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#L "E w M.-C
j.) ri BLISIiEI) EVERY TMI'asiuV. ON MAIN
STRKKT.
Y jr A 1 S G. 1 W A S,
Proprietor.
E S
gone Dollar ami Fifty Cents per year:
be pa..!
advance.
it
advance.
Perwnx forwarding a two dollar current
bank bdl by mail, franked !v a Po-'f Mas
ter, will he credited for seventy
Burlintjtoii
s
Moines county,
justice
Whuksaie an
N is
for
an
1 c.litems about
1
W\TI:B
M'tu:'.r,
Burin^rn,
idi:, s: n
J. 'T. n
o £i
A 0 K .V E V
V
Ml. I'leasanJ, Henry Couai*. I JU I
Calieetion il Land 0intns pro it
to
Sy
5-ly
/TiT^n it
ft'.t -A. U i i s .»•
servi.-. .s
*1
'MM'AZ'.W h'i.i
i i' r.
Ji it J»
Watn- Street, Hnrlm-Uei
!'t
»V. il. 'I.H-ttO,
Tfit.ik«
I'.-i:is.-nii. r, iiankInI lor [l ist ta vers.
n:i method to ni-onn tlie t»ua
th: iio is now prepared to t'Mci'.le
painting of any description. A Is
'"2. liUzner mid' Paper hanging done on
teasnnaldc tenns Public j)iii ronag". t- t'e
ppcctfiilly solicited. Orders bit at Ins
owe.litig- or at J. IC. Field's saddle.-y ?ao
next
doer
will
he prompt
Iv
djel
Fob.
Oct 2 l-*jt.
=-M
IFfitU !-.
JMHU
For Six Months, eighty-seven and a half O & A S O N S
ttnts
I
non compliance with the at "e terms DEALERS ••IN
niil.ubiect each delinquent to AN i PRODUCE AND GENER.UJ MERCHANDISE
charge "f e n y -h e e n s for every three, «.„ ,»
delay. This rule will he strictly, Jcflerson Stf( •.
tdhered to.
nunih. rn.
Advertisements inserted nt one dollar per
Kjuare for the
first
and fifty cents tor cae.a
tubfp']iicrit insertion. A liberal discount
made to yearly advertisers.
professional or Business Card*, NOT OX
jecnin? five lines, will be inserted i five
dollars per annum.
the seat of
!an
1
inhabitant.-* "It is situated on tin- west
bank of the Mississippi. about iniios
above
^aint Louis-
]7G7 I, A U .VI A N
fIRWAHDIMj KH-i:rAmSm
MERCHANT 'V*
.' Retail I)a L.r in
El Y 0 O -s II O K il I :S
W8BK*VI*ARK,
HARD 'V A n, BOOTS,
!sin»es,
lint.-, Cap.-, Si.-.-,
a tun futri.
T. v p. i.t i'j:,
mnKV\r a cj
!. T.
^:v:mn-
v i.v
Dry Oi i •», SJ it*. Cap--,
Bonnets, 5Ioo i siioi",
»i«eee.sv* are, U.»v-i are* ice.
t'i i L-.ii/ -m of
i:ii:5• •—i vie:,i
o.Ve.c
&»•' T': r.i 'i!.*,
i —t
V
Bill
A
Fi.r'i.-U.
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aiti.nd: to.
p-
'-OW PERTUW Al K
|lBID & J(.)IIXSX,
51 Law, Fort
W .LUCK
itci
FIO «),$(£& iVM*
ATTORNEY -AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
WKST POINT, t*" Co., Ion a.
~~~~VVlLl7l A VI ChUUCll MAN.
Attorney and Counsellor a! I'liw.
WAS -V:TOS, VVASUINGTON COCNTV, 1. I.
octn-1 y
/~i 'i K WHICH P. '"ti
!':iW'
'i'er.-ttoi
T,
^•hJfruori'S. tenors. -S fH] ,.!!iv.-,, .ent o,tnl,
I J" erncr i'ron I a
nd \V a -i: ri ot a t-
oiJ
k i' on n sim
Attorneys
a!
Madison, Iowa. .nine sr nU T1
2&3l'-S'X rly'k.yt l.y
S'1-11
!"'r c'''n"'...
"PP^rel Of every deserij.in-.-i, i-,_
or scoured at tiie shortest notice ie, ei, .ri. /i„
A. 1)1 S l't IN
WasUiugl n st.
Burling -n, »v 7
n-j
1041-1v
l^".'l. iiT'w ALLACb, At torne ano Also, on lian-1, a lull assortment o.
Counsellor at I.aw, Mount Pl'-as- ni^t approved
int. Iowa 3^ patent Hcdicint
18,1841 Arranc-einen's
Vh.V OIU.EANS und VuZ'. hou»« K.KI. ru (Mies by winen •,
fdsges lor sale by the hid or gallon at r,f:resh Medoun
Steam mill store
W'ALIACH Mt Nl.l-at,
\\T
"TORXEYS AND COUSSKLLORS AT LAW. JPT
Salt. Salt.
O^Khundred
bbLs salt, 100 sacks fait, .Main a nd
fjk» ft.. i 4_ i
for Siiit by 4^ K s
"7 WESLEY JONES. I
Cloths and Cassimercs.
,:i
,7,
Bur!ini!n,
foiru.
T,7 ). s
t'TVO i\ i'(N,.
Counsrlii,,- "n,I Attorney at
BURI.INUTlfN, IOWA
v I' I K a is residence a the F-wer
end Wain tre»'t. lie wi 1J a 11--nd
10Courts of Moines, Henry,
i n i i e n o n -i s a and u s e i i i i n e and
I preme Court of the I territory.
35
ITIAX 'is SPKIXOK :, At»c
4^ and Counsel !nr at i,a\\ W i.
\V11,1/1 AM GRi'J'.N
1
"ii '1 O "A3 »"i «3 K £C '(-tff-,
i s i n a 1»
I
Tail o
Corw of M'i:i awl Was!':' :i Stree:.*.
P.urlington, Levi
!veoSanqua,\an irn-t
riooii Binder and Blaak I*»
'!a nufa«'tu re i.
IICK I. SO'! ON .1 'iV
X. l.r.Wi.-,
Attorney zu-.\ y
a' '. -'.v K-.w.tnqn.i, an
(i. W. HOWiK,
17
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i
si'au-r.iiv.
JMCCJF X- -WN.
a
O
w
iTf^Ti
.i-i a nd i i e-irv V -1'
i i ted ber,»-i\ i-s o lite I'm
i
w n
:t
i /*:•, I t'J
i-. he «'«ve
V- I' rl
w-'.i n i id to ela mis
e ,-.1 r.o-t a to!
i T'lRVnY
...
I
1'./'.." M" t'c i.) W
'i O
iTIR^St. fOR'-V\RdlMG AMD COMMISSION
AN.')
ai'N" R!.I.'i
if UiM'.Y AM
/. ,.fo
Will
.i
Ksiablished Hrvz store. Main
Street. Unrl i nston.
W i
Women ami .Marriage.
EV -N T. WILLIS.
I have specula?* n great cietil upon
ii.att'inuniy. 1 iiau' seen voting nnl
i beautiful women, the pride of tiiy eir
eles, married as the world «ays—well
Some have moved into costly houses.
and their friends have all come and
looked at their fine furniture and splen
did arrangements for happiness, and
they have gone away and committed
them to their sunny hopes cheerfully
and without fear, li is natural to he
sanguine tor the young, and a! stvh
times I am carried :t»v..y v r11 si-nilar
feelings. I love to yet unobserved into
a corner :rd watch use bride in her at
tire, ainl \sith her smiiinjr face and solt
eves moving before p.'j in die pride of
life, weave a wnking n am --ver her
future happiness und e-iu---!»* :uys«
t!ii't it will he true. I if11 »k iiou ihev
the
aiid
will upon tie.
I\viIii'}i: tails,
iniir:m
1J
r''
!. t"
i i
t'. v
MLnKV U-.
',U HH. ':'V.
A E E N
K
A'."
...Mi-.-lv-nd
11 f»'t «. 1" *. I
I.
W
:sr 1 i ii", o'! J-
'i
i
C')USSi i.!,olt At t-A'-V.
IJui'-liiisjtoii to.vii.
"0 in the briek building «»n Via:n t.
the (»:.'/•.•: te ..r---.
il cT-' l'!-t
'Vt r. i. ''j
.1iturn'v ot Ism' and S-itf n.": i,
jiraef lee
in
the s-tvi:.
I i-,.»!i:'
pidicial district.
5 1
fti--e h.. !n k buiidin^
the Jiizette elh.-e
b'.-7-'-i:J-t
_|_ ii-liill: nt, in IJI.(»OM!XG l'vX. I. T.
'on veil ie n to he t» atn'io'tt l.ie.vli.,„-
r. s.
HA
ri::.:.-.
i'
a i- lv
.,,
v n k v
lie Mgn
\.t!
...-i-t^r «»'.
o
,.
i i i o u u i
n Z
approved
s
s Medicmes, hunts and Ihjc,
.!, i... is prepared t( sell at the lowest
market price!
have been made in th
CMiiitiitt. et
»e forward-"^
YrPhysuians Prescript'ons eare.ui.y and
uceurateiv eoniaamded.
Country Physicians and ./(/'-•'
plied on
.avoratdc
tenns-
I
Y
O W Y
!X H'LLS -OL
•.: I ii yav ho
lilt' ttou
.V
m-
in
i
.,
LIR
I) l/F"I.i
-S
a!'o a i i,
11] I!
?:u i
:i
1 -a
Unj o..
k front t!
ihe
S
of ":V?'
Bron :tud
.5. i «o s-
1
k
e-
•i *.i &. 1'
5
1
rhid
a.
Inr jf, ir: {11 hi is
l:im
f..r
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i:"
kl'!»t olil
s
aSi 'ii-s a
II:
11 .' 111• v ..
Mil
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IN Tit
ii-.-i
!:i }o. V
VoUlit,' u Ii s i i:
%I -1
gu t..i
a sli
s'•
1
a
t:'1
"... .-sotM it1 ti in he
i himselt in ie. i
i beauty.
v.irs, arid
rl v aw tv
ward, forward
Ss e ii' iuxun iiit or put
!ro
w,
u s :id- tii ime r'
an-.! the ,*.t ileal
1
'.von her. and fur ••ni-dreu are g-o-ving
up about Wiein, :uel ihey on ieil ol
honor and tiudou -i -I vcar«, and re
retnemtiert
i i.tt.
when dieV die!
eatn »'t :s wi-eu I go to give
Il :s the natural
I
sav I
dream i'
the voting bride
nee -it U-eiing '.oufhe by loveli
:t. s-, 11 foars nothing for it-eif titul
ii 1 e\\ vit-ld to darkened tee ing~, tl
is heeanse the light of the picture is
hanged. I am not fond of dwelling
upon such (di'iiiges. and I will not mi
ntiteiv now. i allude lo it only be
cause I trust that my supple pa»e will
he read by some ot the young ad bi-ati
dftil
being?
who dailv cross my path
and I would whisper to them, as they
:d. de by joyously and confidently, the
secret of an unclouded future.
The picture I have drawn above is
not peculiar. It is colored l.ke the
fancies tit the bride and many, oh
many an hour wiil she sit. wiih her
rich jewels laving loose in her lingers,
and
dream
.-i-ir.
C^TO/^3 STOKt.
N E w E S 11 1 S 11 \1 E N
TT the -ir•
1
l"i
not
i inlonu.i.i tl.e citi-
a.:j ,1II11.
/e iis ol inri.'ugi«:n and tae u
conntrv tii.'it ho hi I a ken t.n.
such dreams as these, ."she
believes them too —and she goes on for
a while undeceived. I'he evening is
too long w oh- they talk of plans
for future
happiness, and the quiet meed
is still a pleasant ami deliahtlul novelty
of mutual reliance and attention.—
There comes soon, however, a time
when personal topics become bare and
wearisome, and siight attentions will
not alone keep tip the social excite
ment. Tnere -are long intervals of *i
lence. ai deteced symptoms of weari­
ness, and the hit-hand fir-i. in hi- man
hood, breaks upon the hours they
wer^ wenit to- '-nd togedtcr. I ev-ntot
follow it I'irenmseoiitaliv. There come
long hours of unhappy
lor ttie
il !t» -e
not give
II' ed
your tun
hig'e,-!!!
RriU-
i
J. S. KIMIIV'-L.
i lTiuili KO'.ls —For -tie at' H.aek-
K
J^ur*": 1' ll'"
ru0
0*
,__u.i•
-C.PF.Rl-'IN F. tij'd and piain Piiot clothe „i.ll liucoii. l»r sale by
»ud fanty tfassiiiieres, cassjuf't and 1 Djjg Shoulder liacon. yXVtf).
xn36fcEY atrgw
s
s
e
in a
1 111 3
(1U'
|I,V s 1
S Nf'itt1.sl!"
the
u e
on, 1000
bewilder i.'m
1
dessnes.
•ii- ir lover ntl
i,
who ,ir
t|'"ltl'v If
-md
terribie inisgivo.g- ot each o'lier s
worth and ilh-ea"ii and by.
they ''an co o tie tr nr. i--e n
ioiig'T. a'd tr te iv o s k
relief, .on- a^ upon tiie no'low worhl
ort whieh one has proints-
o
U I N O N I O W A A 6 1 8 4 5
idle blandishment will claim the mind
that has been used lor years to an
equal communion?—Think you he
will give up for a weak dalliance, the
animating themes of men, arid search
into ihe mvsteries of knowledge?
no. lady! believe ine. no' Trust not
your influence to such light f-iters.—
Credit nut the old fashioned absurdnv,
that w .nan's is a secondary lot. uim
isterin,, to the necessities of her lord
and master. If your immortality is as
comph-te. and yonrgiief of mind as
capable as ours, I would charge you
to water the undying bud. and give ii a
healthy culture, and open r.s beauty
to the sun and ihen you may hope
that w'11-11 yuur life is bound with
another you will go on equ d!v, and
a friendship
that will
earthly
interest.
If
tr S:a'
Will t!':iS\(' i
(I u':,m :l\
i i o\v i id
I«ij1:v ninth td 'he
qtite e iiiipauy I
th.it WHiin.! cre iMir.
no :-i !, is h. s i
iV to eac'i otii r's
i i*: r«*
to myself
lit.-
IIM III
SI
and her esru-b ^r-ic--
fr en
ripen into dignity, a
liuf"" chastened v. .a die o
in of maternal airection.
n:d lo dis on lo m-
M'en.llti
do a- n n si'it h-
ight 1 vc
1
o'.le
lilt't k
ller hus
id eye.
11 i o v e
1
a pr
i. e 11- s v. eeh ti-
fulness
riend, could
winning, by
tt .te... 'e
t.-llow
1 as ie-.
the
..KwampBEresirapy
^9 c)
*efl'
.Suck-
question was asked—
•iio,-. ,j ou hi! pt \oursi-li in tiic
naturalize
..u
peopie.' HoW (h,i
v ouvseif. as it wer.'i"'
"On, noiiung easn von see I like
i'.. It's I) 'in -eraiic. Bui n did come
-.f-vk wiivd at iir-t. You kno I nil. or
r: s h.
sf i- s i to :t s
i|i W, nine
rose inxti!:
of her guest. The thing a-
clear. I determined to retire, ami with
o u delay. 1 arose with firmness, un
o o s e nty suspenders, and in a voice
not altogether St-adv. said:
St r# la. I think I will retire."
'•(Yrtainiv. sir,'' she quit tU" observ
ed. yon -Aid ledge dietc. sir. un no
...„ -iiitiful b'• ad towards a bed
yards irom where -h»
1 proceeded t' unca-*
o i 1
-11 i::
I
6 s u U 1 1 v v 1 1 n 1
long. And then, thiuk you that an
i O i e I i i UlVseii heiillltl a (diair. Hie
lu'idi'i iniigooagthe p'Sitioo of-
t-,-,-. ,| s-UI-' sei-u-i y. It is simply
o.atn a in an in su* en^es, that a
,,, ,,f -al ia- oo'i of tot cue I (lad
ir,r \v-. n. ••••'-!-n ili\ei' ati i "the nic
a- -n i a* man -.voi.bi s.-iy. of
ed io i: -. aii No
.nor*-, fsct: ii.an landing up beiued
a ladder—-nothing in the wav ol the
aruliery of bright eyes, as a poet would
to.n of
hi
Oi
let
.. :'. fm. sir. I was IrieU'emd tin
.'I Inee
for ll II U.|\ s id
tuts in ii-: --v- e. o ilst y
••No
ab
led bat
iieui
K' ?i
,'"/\
V
A'
It
say. sweeping one uow In'
under
pervade every
JmJjre Douglass in Illinois.
A c..rrespondeni of the New York
Kve..mg Mirror giving some skew li
es of Judge Douglass, of Illinois, puts
the loiio.ving story in his mouth. Re.
It•rnniT i.ts early career in liie
the
i
haps --he
dn
knew
iha' a
kind
r•:.
Piovu!
genera! n
Cet oan it
,IT
p'.• i--fd
W
-v
j.-11
1- ot !iI V
IMli ll.-Vr
ill
iv.
w boj.y
corn.-
s e n o i i
u,
and
)!. i'
Am
tnees were ihe s
Hold's. Fine fellows
tire
l!ie by the Way, 1 am
oi Ii*,- iolis these. U II. you per
ceive I id to /ivr iht re—and I ii live
1
,i
dr Doag'a
n got a m.g
there."
1
first night I slept tii ere. i own it y-s,
sir. I acMion h-.ige die corn A'i ie»'
1 was
'Siii'ig but
i'i lr M111•:d
•u ever see
l"
0 A ugus* is -mi
'».• ol
U.i.l
a Ve-
"Tiu-n you shall -e Merer,a
Tiiey call lier the "While 1*1 •»vt r."'
seven een plum:) as a pige 'Tt. and
smooth as a persimmon. 'low ihe
devil, s-'id I lo mysell, soliloquizing, tno
first night I slept there a n i to go lo
bed before this young lady! I do be
lieve mv heart was topsy-iurvicd. for
the idea of pulling off mv boots before
the girl, was death. And as to dolling
mv oilier fixtures I would sooner have
had my leg taken tf With '1 woods-,iw.
1 he crisis was tremendous. It was
nearly midnigiit, anil the family had
been hours in bed. \li»s Serena alone
remained. Hngiit as the sun. ihe mer
ry minx talked on. It was portentous
ly obvious to me at last, that she had
determined to out-sit me. Hv repeated
spasmodic efforts, my coat, waistcoat,
ci aval, hoots, and socks were brough:
i if. During the process, my beauttfu.
neighbor talked to me with tinaverteti
eves, and with that peculiar kind of
placidity employed by painters to em
body their idea ol' tne virgin. I dump
ed myself down in a chair, in a cohi
perspiration. A distressing thought
occurred to me. Does not the damsel
stand on a point of local etiquette. Ii
may be the fashion of these people to
see people in bed before retiring ihem
•serves? May I not hive kept tho-e
beautiful eves open, from ignorance of
what these people deem good breeding?
Neither I he iadv's eyes nor tongue had
indeed be i laligue. Those large
-l eves seemed to dilate and grow
brighter as die blaze of the wood fin
died away hut doubtless this w from
kind consideration for the strange wake-
tensions to skill in ground and lolty
Itiiiiblnig: but it is s'rtctlv true. dear
ed a -O K- bound the open space, punted
mvself on ihe cenire of the hed, and
was buried in 'die blankets in a twink
ling.
ate you, mv boy," giid I,
ngra'u.
poising a eub'
die uodon on
a more modest or
1 fs habit, ail bad
it now. W :iv. u
at a fui" ivcd./littg
fine •cseiiiM
1
of both
licai y.
"Miss Si
My i»
'Ps 1
in i
o'"'
i -1
EER5sgmab3mpwrorf*wvrzsKrs'«^jcs^rar«TCi
Then I had (ieatl open space of ten feet MR. 11
the counterpane before she weeks ago, and here
recovered her surprise. The plan fail- eend my days. Mr Garnson
ed. You see I am a small man, phys came out with ine left me at Shekig
icallv speaking. and I was glad on it, for I never did
Bouv. limbs, and head, setting up see a feller stick to a gal as he did n
business on one hundred and seven and me, and it warn't for nothin' neth
a half pounds, all told, ol flesh, blood —but he did'nt talk of marryin lit",
and bones, cannot, individually or col- but was just hangin' round me, bu
lective!.. set up any very ostentatious told him to keep his distance—tliai%
precisions. I heve*fhc voting lady the way fo use such fellers. I've i
must have been settling in her mind notion hees in a fix with a g3l u
•some philosophical point on that head, in Kaintuck—any how I wouldent I
Perhaps her.sei.se of justice wished to at him now for I've had five feller-'
a-snie itself of perieedy lair di.-tribu- spark me since I cum here and anoth i
•oiective motives. Per- one wants to cum but
i !e--e-ni .iihl'!ii"V.'i:s!i:i.!i«« playing rile up so they a]wis friten me—• u-'
rs .d in-r mouii:.
of ine cnui-on
t,!
hickv escape
ladv modest
Hat
come
a I
dirt
the same r-'om, with on!v
so of neutral icri i'.ory bed
"You astonish me. Mr Douglas
"Fact, sir, upon mv honor
has
expansion perfectly enigmatical She may
strangers. On"
will, on occasion.
of til hou e, am
bed four
flank one
i
feel
w! o
i
a
ealit il
and large parties will range them*' ives
oil opposite sides of the house as eco
nomically as candles in a box."
Mm mv
dear fellow,
this is
e, introduce yourself
pia
lei
lew id
and now te
gua."
Mi -S spi i/(iz/!e*s
Tiie school taught in Sq
Mi-s IIdena J" .ana A
Spli /.luzle, is con-bi 'ted
des ol" ma
'f
I the ptire-t
i,,,.
an
Sin
flit
"S-b-o e
"No-'t ,1
i i a w I
it right.'
"S-h-o-o-i.
'No try again*
S ii o-r-e I."
d. no that am'. gat.
ui.d v'11ii*
roil pu
VV !i
nd v ",r ne
d- a -1 b,
•t dear in
Siii
v hi!.
i nu-t t. I'.
•I'm a ft a rd
'AlVai'! t". weaa'
otit. iss, or
•k ill ark."
U'eil th "ii the ii
u .i- mihj "lice
(io.id gra( ions,
child is ruined.
No.
plaw.oiis. Fro'n '»'#veland IIf aid.
A I
between me and the hed a sort of a few days since #ve
'twas howsumever I spose they dont
me ai,*:]t I ha determiuci to direct more than uihcr men. This country it
eves to sonie
a-diiiisiiing circu:ii- verry
w i e i o i v n e i e a 5 e y v i s o i i u
v• e e •. y «p-di0 ai th. e i* -:d mo- out they are as still as any other pir.s-.
ineiit. Meeting is scarcse here and wheat
ie oli-ervt
^d, "you dont fetch hut
make
s(
z
41.
a:
bridge of Lndi passage which I was picked up i paper fuld i i tlie form of
forced to make, exposed to a cruel rak- let'er. without superscription and
ing fore and aft Although 1 say It.
wli" -houhi no s-,v it. an einergencv
never aros,- jn w!,n'h »ia• 1 n re
souree. I had one for fus. The [dan
was the woi k of a moment, 1 de
"All! I see, von stormed 'to bal
"Hah! don't interrupt me. No! I
determined bv a bold ruse de guerre, to
throw her attention out of the window,
clear the perilous passage, fortify mv
T'ross :i.T
the country
:.f
Chicago,
unsealed. On examination of its con
tents was con-i
L,
!v amused--
Bel ow I give you a? correct a copy ss
the prairie mud, with which u was
sei!ed. would permit. If you think
will amuse your rentiers, and you havr
room jo spare, orr, yive them the bee
efit of it. Yours.
Iidlen'teika Cr-itc k.„n:is, 1600 ig 44.
Dear Clarinda, I got hers t-vi
I
shall certainly
I
not feel easy until she bags. WTun of my sparks has
had not three quarter secshuns and hoys, is
,ty individually foot tall, and four yoks oxer and •.
i-:. si .1 s,"0'i-ul wi.ldorcr and wants to mnrrv me
111, f- :-rece nems. !or we»k,
give hin
but shaii
1 .aro-e ir.-u) a ••••"ttsre if I can do enny lietter, for bet«
o-.a
i
wait
a
little and
of clo'h, us, widd( rers are so qnear, and
men
large and so is men and the
I
dont sr#
2
Men seldom have any notion of their feed their haby« on pork and potate
own powers I never made any pre on account of mdk sickness in l'
and 6—hay and
small ch .nee oi leg* tatoes thev almost give away, and sii
lots of children—the unfeeling moth
country, a puly way to grow babvB I
guess you'll think.
$ow yon must come out. I kno y
you'll
your fortin here.
there's
and she go
point of my knife: "a
tvr.s 'die young and a pare of
Jon
only one gal on lite lid'
big pray iy with golden hair like your
an ofTer evtry day
core of week after she got here.
got a husband, a nisi
in
tin
Now
I S
and
farm
twins. Yon
liking
can't lie!,)
the country—te'ii amy
if
slie'l
here she wont have to kef
w ishing and a
more
I ig of
w is
as we
sm e,
u: v inotiesiy
S i-,m w oal
"i last
you nave
can
.,t no-,v lor
to.
ma
111.
Tel'
v on
lucking for the ft
used
lo in Westbrook—oe n
the,-1 nte arter you
before yotl
of o. Teii motiier
and if she thinks en
see these people are the soul of hospi- Captain Dilsy, at BufTerlow—— he is die
talltv. and never allow a fine social par- nicest man on the water wa« so good
tv to mm out at twelve o'clock at night lo us all. I almost luv h»rn if lie is a
to go long distances li.oir.o. All that is marryed man. Give my luv to Jam
mo e cleverly managed here. An I Hi- and ask her how she and Bill gits Of
nois bed
a power of elongation or and if hees popped the question yet.
have
ti.mk
I hope she'l
to e»'e me -'non as get
ruir
io house keep:
may
tiie,n a little red sock-
or
n
." chest. When you cum be
oi go
br •,
ill of ir
aiiure and
with the steamboat Cheespcdi,
him for all
wnb belter. Nancy
dmuthy get over that. She
to that little
so.
e comer, and pas* him over:
1 me about old 'anandai-
me—I
as if pia.vis.ns wa- menty,
it so. Our ho i- dl
and sicj. times as I do
I go to sleep,
can
was artful
see me and
glad to
so was Jim. She looks
and 1 gess
in wun room
have in getting,
but
Nancy S('Z
I will
yuste
to
Utilv to think
feel jusl
of beio
"arked in
the rurne where they are ail sleeping.
Nobody cant help likin this
No more from vour lovin
death.
S( bo !.
oabiowi', bv
eOlsta 1 rent'
A SM',RT HOY.—'C'an
country.
Cousin till
SOPHY.
you read
»W'hat
volume!'
clo you mean,
child?' 'Why, 1 heard
talk
about a
some men
V) unit
of smoke, and
timrght you could read anything in
a
'Polly, mv dear,' says Mrs Snabs,
'm as'onished
ai
yon, my daughter..
v do von go out night« without
any
ir'ennu to atletid you? You
will
io11 e-tablish your character forever,'
n
r'-al night walker."
'Why. iiu»dicr.
dela't
go that if Polk
father snv
should be elected
would he no snore prelection,
k we may a- well
'urst
1st.'
n
change.
ider man s arm:
and
accommodate
Uts •.') thds f-date of things first as
A ucsieiii p»p«.*r »ay«, 'the ladies are
the on!v sovereigns we own in this
country: upon which it 9 Picayune re
mark* that the owner of one of theso
-overeiem is v»rv nut to have
It is a in:? tike to suppose that news*
ipe
.... pa[»ers are printed for amusement, and
that
hear the ltke. Go right into the ,_,w?v
•et, Miss Susan Sniffle this mieute."
vT'J' ,"Y»-I I i11"" printers deem it a compliment
O, la. Di I et-er!
when a friC!,d
beg, a to give

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