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QU CPTUMWA Ao "The Present Time is Biff with the Fiitarc. Lmsra. NEW SERIES. WINCHESTER, RANDOLPH COUNTY, INDIANA: THURSDAY, MAY 2h I860. VOL. 3 NO. 21 ft RANDOLPH JOURNAL FLUSHED BY B. F. DIGGS, llrr.ry Tlaurwil.tr norialuff. - T 12 It .11 S : Onf Iolt.r niaJ t Unlf s jr.ir, In nlv:tncf. Cj7"N rxrr disc-htixced till all aa- RURS All PAID. OFFICE: On Miln Strrrl, Kat llc, oyrr IV, . l'Irrrc'i ru? Store. usmcss prtetor. DENTISTS. ii. w. rosDicii, RESIDEXT DE XT I ST. WINCHESTLK, INDIANA. OFFICE over Kizer's Drug Store. May ?.. HOTELS. FRANKLIN HOUSE, WINCH rsTKR, INDIANA. ALEX. WHITE raormrrna. RATHS OF Al)Vi:ilTISINR: O ic s piirc, 10 lines one insertion,. .31 00 j C tc't ft I litioiviil insertion, f I Q urter column, one ear, ' MM " 33 0 On 3 OO XT L.ol advertisements must be paid . m.I V -k .r .Sk Vi ill n4 UV ... . . ... ... are solicited to pvc it their patronage. ISo tlT Unles a particular time m specified or troublc win be 8parrd to those who IJosrdi r kept hv the d iv or a e k. Am ple ccm. nidations for traveler?. Clnrpes moderate. I May Right at Home. S' Washington street, cast of Main, is now opned, and the traveling pi.Mic The Miscarriage At Charleston. At snch a crisis as the present we do ii'-1 think tli At an aspirant who in ready to sacrifice to his personal ambi tion llic ascendency of his party can Ii too neverly condemned or too little respected ly those who inrely regard the ascendency of that party in the administration of the Federal Goeti.rnet as essential to the integrity of the Union, the stability of Law and Order, and preservation of the Consti tution. It is not mir purpose, how ever, now to add to the feeling of sell-mortification which the candidate of the trumpeters must experience, or to the chagrin of his allies at his il own Sali. The events at Chaileston have demonstrated the absolute impracti cability of foisting any candidate upon the democracy to whom the democratic States are orjofed, and have shown that those .State possess sufficient authority vet in the United States to assert and maintain the great piinciples of the equal rights of all the States under the Constitution, despite of all the means and appliances that can be brought to tear against them, whether whe bnJe.l in. mar favor it with a call to m,ke them com-1 from willl0llt or within their borders. paMished until ordered out, and cuareca f , , fi j th B j Än,j for accordingly. Loop,,,.. County custom particularly 1 he experiment has bom tried and as . : - we stated in a brief paragraph this 5T"ADVETHtMEMTS. to insure insertion desired. the same week, should be handed in by Tuesday morning. may 12, 1S-59. business prtetorg. ATTORNEYS . a. rtn.Lt.J f Aini.Ew j. xtrr. i i: i: i i: a- . i: v r , Attorneys and Counselor at Law. Office in the new Jail IluiMiitjr. Willpr.ictice in the Circuit Court, the 8ir,tcmc Court and the U. S. Court, fjr tc District of In liana. CAREY S. CiOODRICEI, Attorney and Counselor nt Law. Oßit 1st Floor in Xev Jail Building. Will nromptlv attend to all business en trusted to hiscarc. btnet attention given tu the security md collection of claims. .ooouaicii.J kmob l. watsum, i;ooiui( II Ac WAWOX AUorneii an I Counselors at Law, 4tGcc Up tnlr in tlie New Jni Will promptly attend to all busmen rn- ruhte t to their cue. Kpecial Attention k'v- 1 1 the e :ariu ' an I c llcction nl claim NIL c;oi-uvk, Attoriiy & Co ii ! or at f.uw, West Tuhlic Square, Winchmtcr, lud Will promptly .vul diligently attend to H bn4inc44 rutruitrd to inspire. Franklin House, N. ross, rnonuLioK. roaTLAMD, IIDIAWA. This Houe is now open for the reception of guests. Charges moderate. May 3. PALMER HOUSE, f. D. CAR3IICIIAE1V.. Proprietor Cor. Washington and Illinois Sts., INDIANA To LIS, IND. 53?" Fare reduced to$l 50 per day. United State Hotel, JOHN T.WATaON TaoraiiToa socTit-wr.sT coaNf.a or Slxtb ntid Walnut Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio MEREDITH HOUSE, North-east corner of Main and Fifth fts Richmond, Im. Winchester & Cowles, Proi rietcrs. Jj" An omnibus will convey travelers to and from the depot Ireenl charjre, ami every thin;: about the establishment ! itisfiictoriKilonron the're. Patronage respectfully solicited . ct!3 ALLEN WALL TaorairToa Deirfield. Indiana. M K It C II A N T S. kc. T. :iawir..J i- J- che W'IS sfc CIIEAEV, A M or ne) ttl l.itw, O Uoe In the new Jail Building ftire especial ttcntlon to the collection an I security of cl uins. New York Cnsh Store. PHYSICIANS. Dr. U. FEIU-USOX, OÜ ?eat Mioldstittd.ror MinA; South Si. W i-re he mir it 11 times be found un I r professionally eoanl. Ir. J. E. HE V E It LY. 4:yl;-l;i't si it :t Mtr;:Min, ;) .1 re i t I r mi letre In hrii.- building, coi ner oI'Nirth o I Kt streets Vincnter, ld. South-Kat eornrr of Public Squirr, opa- Ut the Franklin lloute, Vincht$trr, Iml, L. 1. JL T. S. IHM It, Taor' at StAnle and F.mcv DI.Y C.OODS, ftoot. hoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Ladies' Press Oo.. etc., for Mle at lew f rier. Hiittrr. fes Rti''1. reath.rs, Uacon, I,ard etc., etc., wantisl.ut fair price. ulG !t. It. W. HAMILTON, WISCHESTER, ISD. jinnies, M.'riJian Street, South of the OF FlZ, ST . T. A'iur'i Draj S:trr, uit Dr. Fliek. E. j. r U T .11 A I , wnoimu r. ad ar.TAii. nrAtia im :tpl utitl 1'une.v Itrj (aool C. ROC Kit I FS. HATS ANPCAI'S, HOOTS ANDSIIOFS. tTPeals in all kind of GRAIN. STORE in the RrUk arthou$e,nrar the Depot , W ineht$ttr, . paragraj morning failed fatally. It may fairly be prcMiuicd that at Baltimore it can not be repeated with the käme advan tages and chances of success under which it so signally miscarried at Charleston. Theaspirant who caused all the difliculiy there has been fairly beaten, and the necessity of proving the opposition of the Democratic party at large to tuch a choice will not again occur. '1 he reult at Charleston reads an impresive lesion to personal ambition and illustrate, th. inevitable tendency m of that passion to bring to political ruin the man whom it madly drives to increaehi.s own distinction and power at the expense of his party and his country. Had Mr. Douglas known where to stop in this fcelf seeking career would he cen now raise the dictates of patriotism and party fideli tyhe might roll back the tide of dis trust and displeasure whuh threaten him as .an architect of disturbance and injury to the Democratic cause. But the demon that po-sjM' him seems to urg" him on to his fate. Lt the overweening and selfish political adventtiPM of the day take note of the discredit whi h the people will assuredly visit on nil enterprises of the like kind ah that whoso failure At Charleston will, wo trust, he forever mcmniahlo in the annaU of paiy. The 'trumpeters' have not only been t living lor a long time to invest their hero with nlmt supTnatiml qualities d' hf atmanhip,'but to trick him out also with the mock attiibutes of popu- laiity. Hut it turned out that thoir idol was, alter nil, not the t hoi c'of n Mingle olio of the seventeen Democratic States whose votes are certain to be e-ast in November against the com hi ned force of the enemies of Democ racy. This impression can not be chared; and will, we doubt not, effect ually check the ipvumption tlnet would db-tfttc the repetition at Ibtlti more of the nttempt made nt Charles ton Washington Constitution. From the Ehristi&u Enquirer. "LEAD TIE XO THE ItOCK that is iiiciii:k tiiaiy I. lr Mas m. r. lottk. I sts it there above my head, Oh! lead me un. tht I mT sit and rest: Then I shall know where all the pathways' . . . , t( ' appreciation of ita value And find, at length, the way, And how I went astray. The thicket Iure me with its mellow gloom, I fathom dreamily its still retreat, Nor see the rising vapors round me loom; But there no fog and damp Shall e'er my breathing cramp. I reach the slopes o'er-touched with tpots of sun: They lighten up raj keart to peaceful cheer. Yet, when the noon is hot, I am undone; But in that cleft 'tis cool, And calm, and beautiful. Impatient as the lonping butterfly, I smell the far-ofi' flowers at goiden morn; How hall I find the meadows where tber lie? Ah! there they'll come to sight These gardens of delight. Two roads I reach at last. Thev hold roe still; Yet one of them my feet must surely take I'll go not with a blind and partial will; Upon th;it rock of prayer I'll choose, and then i'll dare. 0 Rock of Age! strong and swt:et repose Foif all the pilgrims of mc.tality, Bewildered at the morn or evening-close Take them unto thy breast. And show the hind of rest. the iisi::v;ziuab,ii:i. BY i. O. WHITTIKR. He had bowed down to drunkenness, An hbjtct worshiper; The pul-e of mtuhood's pride had gone, Too faint und cold to stir; And he had given his spirit up Unto the humblest thrall; And bowing to the poUou cup, He gloried iu his fall. There enme a change the cloud rolled off, And light fell on his brain And like the p ishing of a dream That cometh not again. The shadow of hi spirit fled; He saw the gulf before He shuddered at the waste behind And was a man once more. He shook the serpent's fold away That gathered round his hcait. And shakes the swaying forest oak Its poison vine ap.irt; He itood erect returning pride Grew terrible within. Ani conscience sat in judgment on His most familiar sin. The light of intellect again Along his pathway shone; And reasoH like a monarch stood Upon its golden throne; The honored and the wise once mora Within his presence came And lingered oU on lovely lips His once forbidden name There m y be glory in the might Tht tre.vlelh nation down Wrt'ath lor the crimson conqueror Pride for the single crown: lint nub'er in tint triumph hour The disenthralled shall foul. When evil passion bowetli down Uoto the gotNlike mind. IV. John II. Crowlry, .11. !, PHYSICIAN AND FUKOEON. Crvluatf of Philadelphia- College of Medi cine, and Philadelphia Lying-in-Charity, embracing Practical Obstetric and diseases of Fern lies. Haviiv been Aitant Demonstrator of Anatomy, and having spent three years in the Hospitals ami Dispensaries ef Philadel phia, and being supplied with excellent Sur gical Intruinent.heis prepared to perform all Operation in the various departments ot the profession. . tlP Particular attention paid to diseases of the F.te. OFFICE Washington Street, near the ttorth-west corner of the Public Square, Wiuchetrr, Ind, .Mr 17. l-bn. DRUGGISTS. XV. n. PIERCE, uur ist, AS l) DEUKR IX BOOKS AND STATIONARY, EiU Pahlic S.pure, under Journil Office. H. P. KIZER, DRUGGIST, wi(:iii;s ri:n,. - - - i.ki. DKMi.F.R IN DRUGS. CHEMICAL. OILS, PAINTS. PATENT MEDICINES, EVERY VARIETY OF NOTIONS. ETC. GROCERS. JOIIA It OSS, DEAt.Ca it Groceries! A: Provisions, N.E. corner M iir L Franklin streets, Winchester, lud. CROCKER & HEEL. AND cirainx UERciiAtts, DK.M.CRS IX 9 ETO. Noble St., bet. Ith & Gth, Opposite the Passenger Depot , tpr2SJ RICHUOSD. IXD. II . IV ARI), m eNi'FACTcar.a or Saddles and Harne, hop north Public Square, Winchester, Ind JOSEPH PICKETT, wnoi.r.sei.r. a arTaii. nEet.ra in STOVES. COPPRR. TIN & JAPANNED WARE, Store West nf the Siuth-irttt corner of the Public Square, Winchester. TIIOS. WARD, HARDWARE MERCHANT, VVashinstcn tt., north of the Public Square. joii kiciiakiio:, Merchant Tailor, Shop west of the public square, Winchester. ROBBINS & POMEROY, DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, no. ai n: itL sthi:i:t, John V. RrtM.ini. lUlphM P...ery. I CINCINNATI, O. A.Uro H. Kohhiiii. James r.l'oaicroy. Wisiif.h of ax Uli Fooy. A cor r"j oid iit of ono of imr exidiane? I ( 1 1 ' I'm tin L'oiid dd times i t mic'i Itj-im" n t lit? fidlou'iii: "I nin not suretbst the telrajdi any benefit to the country. Formerly, btd'oic tbe teleiajdi was invented, it took m lonr to traiiMiiit news, that one pint d t lie couutiy got oxer the excitement before another could bear the exriiing news: but now. trän, milted n it is by lih'niiii from on end of the t-ooutiy to tbo other, the whole jieojde get excited at the same time, ami blaze away at each other by meaiiH of the wires. Now irivc me th good old dayn of klow coachen, uleejiy papers, dull villages, peaco and liar tnouy, rather than this constant fuss, and fury. Oh, for a lodpc In some rast wilderness. Some boundless continuity of shade,' where 1 could hear the, birds sitg, as the dcrr bound through tho forest, and liten to the w hippoorwill, without hearing forever tho battle-ny of Nigger! nigger! nigger!' Weekly Constitution. Reward of Merit. It will probably never be known till it is revealed at the Judgment day, whether the singular certainty with which murderers receive rewards from the present Administrtion proceeds .i, tgtiwinuic uj me crime, tr an a partv implement. Whatevar may be the motive tho fact is notorious and monstrou. S. V. Clark murdered Thomas Barbour during tho Kansas war, by hooting him in the back. He was made a Purser in the Navy. James Gardiner, an abettor of Clark's in that murder, was made Postmaster at Lawrence. Fredrick Emery who murdered Phillips at Leavenworth, and headed the band which murdered a poor (Jerman laboier in that town, and murdered and scalped Hopps. was made Receiver of the land ofiieo at Oglen. J. S. Murphy, who murdered ITopps and scalped him. was made agent of the Pottawotamie Indians. Rush Elmore' who tried to assassin ate Kagi, wa made Judge of the Uni ted States Court, in Kansas. Lastly, and very recently, Calhonn Benham, who was the second of Judge lerry in the duel with Broderick, and aided both in the plannning and exe cution of that deliberate and abomin- ble murder, has been made District Attorney of California. He is as guitly of the blood of Br derick as the infa mous scoundrel who shot him, and just before the duel, he insulted his victim by feeling him all over in the most offensive wav to ascertain if he had on armor to tiefend himself from the bullet that the party had moulded to kill him. The rules of the 'code re quire the seconds to examine the prin cipals to see that no armor is used, but the duty is a mere form, never per formed otherwise than by a mere touch of the hand upon the breast. Benham made it a deliberate insult by searching as if he snpeeted Broderick leally had armor on, with the purpose to discom pose by enraging him, to make doubly sure of a murder already certain. Such a man is esteemed thü most fit by the Democratic party to hold he office of prosecuting offenders! Verily mur der is a profitable crime in this enlight ened country. Indianapcl is Daily Journal. Kile, Cleveland & Co. Roberts Rock, opposite i,ruAPons. Un. on Depot, ) KOt.E ACKNTS KOn TIIK NEW AMERICAN CYCLOPAEDIA and AsaincrMrxT or THE DKHATKS OF CONGRESS, FOR INDIANA AND UI10. CLOTHING STORE, H. SHIRE & BROTHER, morniETORs, No. 72 Mai? St., orrcsirt Ott Hotkl, ZIICIIUO!, I'M). THE UNDERSIGNED request their former friends and patmns to pHc them a cm)!, when riitin Richmond. Shall always beg'al to see them, and pledge thexn kind treatment. Eapeeii! attention is culled to their Mer chant Tailoring Establishment. nl9 M. IIIRE k URO. 31. A. REEDER, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, .Shop on Wüstling ton St., Opposite the Aker House, Uincrfrr, Ind Gt .ad or ir.--About one half the l)emecratic voters are as glad of the cxplotdoii ol their party as if it were the event they had most desired and prayed for. The truth is that the best nun in that party have voted that ticket under the protest for some time back. They have not approved its policy; the have been offended by its subserviency to tho slave power, and have only stuck to it as long as they have, in the hope that something would turn up to get it out of its un woithy position. When ths alterna tive whn presented at Charleston that it must dive deeper and come np dirt ier than ever before in behalf of Sla ery, or fall to pietes, they were quite ready to accept the latter and rejoice t in it. J hey now feci at Iilcrt v to Keek more congenial associations, and air glad to be relieved from a party fealty that has long been uncongenial and Lksome. It is not easy for a man to quit a party with which he has long voied, even though his moral convictions are all against its princi ples and policy. Thousand of Mich men have clnng to tbo Democratic party to the la-t, and thev now re- job c in the falling off of the chains they had not the r wer to break. Sjt incfield Repullican. One of the Penobscot Indians re- GnEAT Sensation. While a fash ionable e'onversation was being held in tho Musical Hall of Newcastle. England, recently, a malicious wag called one of the most extensive ladie aside, and told her, as a profound se cret, that a cclchr.ttcd electrician had placed a powerful magnet in each of the six beam i fill chandeliers, which would cause thehteel spring skirt ol any lady pacing near them to be in verted by the power of attraction! As any one might conclude, this pro found M-ciet wu.h oooii known to every ..... , t laity in the room, an t produced a great sensation among the wearers of steel ribbed garments. During the whole evening, not eno could be in duced to venturo near tho biilliant mediums of light, and several timid fair on departed for their homes instanter. When the hoax wa proved to be auch, the storm of in dignatioti was worthy of womanly lungs, and had the wag been within reach, he would have paid dearly for his amusement. i mm How No.s-lNTKncoi'nsc' Work at Tits Pouth. The New Orleans Picayune notices the fact that, r.otwith standing all tho clamor about non intercourse, tho export of shoes from Boston to the bouthern htates show a considerably increrse for the lat three months over tho corresponding period of 1859, and asks, Ot what efl'-ct is all the cry of non-intercourse when, in the very beat of the ex citment against Noithern man nfactures, the trade of the South with the mot obnoxious of the Northern States grows, as shown by these htatistics?" A Mother's L ve. Children, look in thoo eyes, listen to that dear voice, notice tho feeding of even a single touch that is bestowed upon you by that gentle hand! Make much of it while you yet havo that most precious of all good gifts a loving mother. Read the unfathomable love of those eyes; the kind anxiety of that 'one and look, however slight your pain. In after life you may have friends, fond, dear, kind friends, but never will you have again the inexpressible love and gentleness lavished upon you which none but mothers bestows. Often do I nigh in my struggles with the hard uncaring world, for the sweet deep security I felt when of an evening, nestling to her bosom, 1 lis tened to some quiet tale suitable to my age, read in her tender and untir ing voice. Never can I forget her sweet glances cast upon me when I appeared to sleep; never her kiss of peaco at nielli! tear have p;iscd away since we Lid hr b.vsi le my la:h r in th old churchvaid; vet still her voice whispers from the grave, and her eye watches over in i as I visit spots long since hallowed to tha memory of my mother. JIucauluy. What the Ilomctenel Bill Pro Tide for. The Homestead Bill which passed the Senate on the 10th iust by a rote of 44 to 8, provides that any body who is the head of a family may, af ter the act becomes a law, enter one quarter section (160 act es) of vacant and unappropriated lands, or any lea quantity, to be located in a body, in conformity with the legal subdivision of lands, upon making affidavit before the Register that the applicant is head of a family, and is actually settled on the land, and that the application is made for his or her benelit, and that of no one ele. The final certificate, or patent, .hnil not b-; issued for rive years after the date of entry, and not before it is certified bv two credible witnesses that the settler has erected a dwelling hou.e and resided upon the land for five years; whereupon the patent shall be issr.e 1 upon, payment of twentv-fivc cents an acre. The From the Independent. An Exile from !orth Cnrollua. Rev. Daniel worth, whose impris onment in North Carolinia for having our stock ri- niooUy Murrain Old IXntclirr' Opinion. The following communication frem John F. Ijara, an old citizen of Co i..i . iii-. . . r .b.,t tt.A flrr.M tr.int Sl.mr ""'l'US' U1 W4 IUIOrl-iI OO mil Slll- I ... . . . !Ject. the Ohio Cvltirctor. will U nas maae mm wen auu u urr rea l with interest bv whole country, addressed an audience in Cooper Institute on mon lay even ing, reciting the story of his wrongs, and drawing a striking picture of the "peculiar institution" in that State. The meeting was called to order by Lewis Tappan, and the chair was oc cupied by Edgar Ketch-m. Mr.Vo,th is a very large man, more than six feet high, stout and well-built, of a commanding presence, and a flucut and impressive address. He had been five months in prison, the confiine ment of which he suffered greatly, to l mi ui men is: la tha Cultivator Apiil lt. I no ticed swine remarks from C. Iithb.;:t with regard to Ubmly Munain. Us is eorreu in his tattmeut of th.? I being the cause. I suppose, as I hav got to be a farmer, it will not be out of order fr me to say a fe wind : through the column oftli CMvstor. I luv- t eon a regular bntchrr t . j past 0 year. ia Ohio. I am at:iie I that Murrain is caused by the Jc.h. OfUi cattle have Murrain sli-htlv. i remedy for Mnrriun. Thor i- i,j ruie but there is a preventive. Ifji.urot- -4. , i0v -uurrain s.igfitiv. and recover; the ownr gives thai lotnething, A'd is confidrnt h? bss u land thus acquired hhall not be liable ( lhc JamaSe of his health. He was j tU have g..od uua.In water fcnvjv for debt until alter the patent is issued, finally released on bail to the amount . A Sn nnonN Fact. Whatever else mav beallitme l or denied of the late National Dnto rati j Convent on at Charleston, it must certainly bo ac knowledged that the partisans of the squatter-sovereignty can lidate failed lo fatally that It must seem to bo natural resource in themselves to make trial of some other man who will be acceptable to the Democratic States Bv the common and obvious means of information anv man mav satisfv ... himself that Mr. Douglas eannot possibly overcome the opposition which is made to him by the Democra cy of thoso States who-c electoral votes iu November will certainly be cast for a Denin.Titt. Contention with such a fact as this can only end in hi political ruin. Washington Cow- stiiution. j they will not got Murrain. Whk- Tiik New York Saturday Press, in noticing the new diily religious papur called 'The Worldabout to make its appearance in New York, says 'it will carefully abstain from printing any thing to disturb the nerves or engender anything like worldly tho lights. The prospect is, 'adds that journal, "that it will be a well-printed, solid, susantial, learned, conservative, prudent, pions, and eminently uninteresting sheet, catering for a class of people already partially provided for by the Journal of Commerte." i a The spiteful attacks of the 'trnmpet- ers' and their organs upon the disttn pnished and patriotic senators from Louisiana, Indiana, and Delaware only show the rage of disappointed partnership and defeated personal ambition. The egregious and sublime egotism of the trumpeted candidate has been imparted to his humblest dvocates, who now talk of the eloing rf delegations from anti-democratic States as the movements of the 'true democracy!' Such names as Slidell. cently appealed to Ilia .Miama lvgi. , Bayard, and Bright, however ne?d no latureto build his tribe a new school defense from ns. The blows aimed at house, and thus described the old one: them will recoil on 'their puny The building has become bald with ; AssaiAUts Washington Constitution. agr ana weeps now, wuuin ana wiiu- out. in tvery rain: and is as ragged and tattered as a dead poplar in the woods.' Bouiv Ued-Brlast's Love for Mankimd. It is a curious fact that thel ove of our rare is so innate in the robin, as to rentier him unhappy in any other society excepting only in tin breeding treason, when all birds are naturally shy and suspicious for the welfare of their offspring- Go into any wood, walk down anyhady lano, enter any cemetery, seat yourself in any country churchyard, or perch yourself on any rural stile within a few moments you will assuredly have a robin beside vou. and he will assur edly introdii-e himself with a song. It in vain for you to say "Xay.M He fairly fascinates you; he woos your heart and wins it. How many of my successes in winning human hearts are attributable to the hints afforded me by this ingenious, bold, open-hearted. all-conquering bird! IviJd ou the ivobm. Capture ofa Silnver. New Orleans Miv 12. The United States steamer. Mohawk, with the baik Wildfire, captured oft the coast of Cuba with five hundred slaves, has arrived below, awaiting orders. ! Narhow-Mindcd men, who have not a thought beyond the little sphere of tlieir own vision, recall the Hindoo saying: 'The snail sees nothing but its own hell and thinks it the grand est in the universe.' In cases of faKe swearing upon mak ing the entry, or abandoning the land for more than six months at one time, the land shall revert to the govern ment. The rights conferred by this act are extended to inchoate citizens who have declared their intentions, as required by the naturalization laws, bcfor8 the issuing of the patent. Noth ing in this act shall be construed so as to impair the existing pre-emption, donation, or graduating laws, or to embrace lands reserved to be sold or entered at the pi ice of two dollars and fifty cents andere. 'A"c President is required to order all surveyed public lands into market, by proclamation, within two years from date of this act. except such as are reserved by the government. m i s mm lu ncli on lriiitcrM. Punch gives the following descrip tion of what a printer must be: How nice is this being printer! A public servant, and withal a serv ant of the devil. A good nat tired fei low must always smile bow to ev ery body must be killing polite on all occasions, especially to the ladies must always be a dear duck of u man, always witty and always digni fied; he must never do any thing that will not accord with the strictest pro priety of the most precise old maid, and must always bo correct in every thing he docs; he is alwuys expected to know tho latest news, is styled muggins' if he is not always posted; must please every body, and is sup posed never to need the one thing needful: must work for nothing and board himself: must trust every bodv and be thought a great bore if he pre sents his bill; must be a !adler for a!l political aspirants to step into office, wdio soon become independent, don't owo him any thing, consider the priti ter at best a sorry dog who can not expect any better treatment than kicks and cuff; and finally, summing it up, ho is expected to be a man without a model and with. mt a shadow. From the Cincinnati Com. World on l ire ! Eds. Com.: If the paragraph in a late number of your paper, taken from a Moscow paper, entitled "Star burnt out," had been dated April .U 1 iiifttead oi March öd, as the night on which it occurred, we should h ive be lievod that the same phenomenon was partially seen iu this latitude. On the niulit in question April -21, J Ellis Thomas, a worthy tanner who resided ten miles North-Fast ot this city, (Itichmoiid lud.,) arose from his bed for the purposo oft tak ing some medicine at "0 minutes be fore 2 o'clock. A there was consid erable light ho at firt.t thought it was after duybicak, until approaching the table he was surprised to see the window light reflected upon it, iu which the shadow of the sash was very distinct, and as the light came from tho South-east ho at once di rected his attention to that quarter of tho Heaven, to ascertain its soiree; tho moon being at her change at once precluded the idea that it was lunar in its character, as it is always dark at that particular period. The object sought was soon fonnd in the shape of a red dish of light as large as a dinner plate, fully as well defined in its outline, and resembling a n a 4. jcar-v,. !. ctl. .lwktt. t .M llll III VITI ll'.'ju.ll i I " rw.I lien ncuiiif, in a hazy atmosphere. It was per fectly stationary about 50 dog. above the horizon, though it gradually eli ninishcd in size so that in space of a quarter of an hour from 10 minutes to 2. when it was first seen, it was reduced to the dimensions of a star of the first magnitude, and five minutes later wholly disappeared, without any explosion or motion whatever. The light cminating from it was suf ficient to cause a glow in all that por tion of the Heavens, thongu nolumin ous spots of similar appearauco was 6cen at no other point. The description was obtained from Mr. T. when at his house a few days Tho census just taken in Washing ton Territory shews a population of G.8S4. The Federal Judiciary and the Mormons seem to be more at variance than eyer. of three thousand dollars. This mon ey must be paid, or he must go back again to his dungeon. During the progress of his remarks ho was inter rupted by a North Carolinian, a na tive of the country ia which Mr. Worth was tried and condemned. The interrupter said: I went myself to the jailor and cave him a dollar to gt Mr. Worth a warm breakfast. I am a fair and honest man in my viewi. All we at the South want, is to be let alone on this Slavery question. Several Voices We wont let you alone. Cheers. North Carolinian Well, you must let us alone; we must be Jet alone. Yoicf.s You shall not be let alone. North Carolinian Then it is war to the death. One of the andiene here asked the North Carolinian if the same privilege which ho was now enjoying that of freely expressing his opinons would be accorded in North Carolina to a citizen of another State. North Carolinian I will answer that question in all candor. Our laws forbid it. A Voice Repeal your laws thn. Cheers, and crie-s of "hear him." Mr. Ketch am In New-York we always hear North Carolinians an-i every body else. A Voice Its not so in North Car- olinia, though. North Csroiinmv, r-iniMiig Oui laws forbid it for the same reason that you would forbid me to catirc a hornc to run away in the street because of tho u am aire he would do for the same irason In.enuptiun, and erica of ':IIear himj''tio on;" "Ficej Kpccch everywhere;' "We don't th'ke peo ple down, as they do at the South."! North Carolinian AU I want is a fair showing, any where and every where. A Voice Except the South. North Caiiolinmn Tho Bcv. Mr. Worth orany gentleman in this coun try has a pei feet right to go into oor pallors and argr.e this question, but not iu the presence of colored pel sons. Mr. Worth That i a mistake. Voices Yes, and he knows it. North Caroiinian Mv iinst rn.es- tioti is, How was he: ticated bv the citizens of Greetisboioiigh? Tie' sec ond. Why didn't be get omehody lsc to go his bonds? And another, How 1 ill he get to the borders of the State? Mr. Worth I will answer. In regard to going into the stores and par lors, arm arguing this question, as the gentleman has said we may do, whv a word that makes a slave uneasy" is indictable. You can't say a word ofthat kind that is not indivtable. 1 have lea I the law for you, and you can hie that there is no opportunity of discussing the matter at al1. He asks if I was not treated well iu Gireiisbor ougli, and says that ho gave the jailer a dollar to get me a warm breakfast. A Voice Yes, and he hai adver- tised it. Mr. Worth If he had given me that dollur I coubt have got the breakfast. I never before heard of tho breakfast or of tho dollar. (Great applause.) He asks if the citizens of Urcensboi ough didn't treat mo well. All the means i bad ot knowing their de meanor toward me was through the jailer, Boone, and he told me that I could not walk that street without be. ing massa.Te 1. 1 could have giwn bail at any time. but. as I have tol l von, I was informed that I could not live iu that community; that I would be massacred by mobs. (Cries of "Shame, shame, "and cheers.) Hi last questions were, why I got slave holders to be my bondtnen, and how I got out of the State. This last U a question with which I elon't think he has any particular buiiK. . c sees I am out of the State. How 1 got out, or by what rncan, are bct known to mye!f. Slaveholders came and volunteered themselves at tnv primary examination. There was one verthe leach cuts throuirii tbo tu 1: duct that passes through the iier, it is certain death, and the more von worry and work with the animal tin: affected, the sooner it will die; for ths faster it breaths the faster the blow I flows from its vein?. When an ani mal durs quickly of Murrain, iUe f.e-h is as clear ot blood as though slatigh teied by a professinal butcher. For two seasons I butchered in thi ea-tern pait of Ohio, the remainder ii Columbus. I killed all my cattle my self while at Columbus. I foun 1 where I bought my cattle in the hill, at least eight out of ten livers wero perfec t in cattle of all ages; from Jack town in Licking County, eastward, it is just the reverse. Cattle that have Murrain. shnuM be led quietly away from all other stock, so thy may not be disturbe 1 for ihvi moi-e rest they have, the let ter. If slightly cut, they may recover, and the letch remove whre he may do no hsrm; but do not el'-rch ln with medicine, for you can Lot do any good by it. Neighbor Wilson caught a cooper dealing some hoop-poJe which be had j um cot ready lor market. Tlo cooper was astoi.n led, and offered fanner W. ten dollar not to mention the fact; which pro ,.i.j,,r), iluly backed with the money.ua arpfe.!. But the same cvenniir, evbn Mr. Wilson, the cooper, and a lot of um- tual neihbora were talking politic at the village grocery, the farmer turned to a friend and aske 1: Did I eer tell 7011, neighbor Je:.; that 1 e-aught that cooler, heie. (deal ing rny hoop.pol e S" You never did W.dl. tlrn, mil Mr. Wilson. I never w ill, for I promised I would n't It is unnecessary to say, that on the next day a fnst-rate cooper settled in a neighboring vi'llg. You may outlaw the friend of truth, but truth remains; you may h nnblo th poet, the artist, and th Christian, hotyoti ran hot debate pe!ry, art, or Christianity. Mr. Gicen sued a lady for breach of promise, and her frien U offer? I him two bundled dollars ti eitl it. "Wha'Yiie I Gieen. "Mm bun lu.,l dollsrs for inilM-d b pes. a sbaMf,, I iiiitid, a I l isted life. and a ll"!,,, Iieait? Neci ! but tn-ike ittbn eb,itf. died dollar, au I it is a bargain!" When pfroii is afflicted wi.h a cold he generally assure j 011 it i a bad one. DM ever any peisou lvar of a good cobi? Why should a nun on the occasion of his marriage rrt Im expcvte l to pay all the ringers. Ilvcatic lie rings one belle himself. Why i an unknown lane like love? Because it will h ad v.u astray nil I yon can not help wondering whero it will end. In the United Sates, there aio about liOO.OOO .lews while there arc in all England only 05,000. Th Ponr Express, which left St. Joseph, on the 13th, arrived at San- francisco in nino days and teventcen hours. - ! - a - The mot tender-hearted man we ever heard of wis a sh maker, wh alwayn shut hi eyes an I whittle I when he inn his awl into a s-jü!. . Curumber are selling at Savannab, tieorgi. at ÜJ cent e'a-.o, nu t gv u peas at 37 cenU per quart in the pod. Thre years a 20 a man invetel 830.000 in real estate, in St. Paul. A short time inre, hi sold it Sl.fcOO! fur Account from various ources rep resent th insurrection in Sicilv as completely suppressed. subsequently, and was fully corrobor . t..l .vartf r rt !fnl r V Vim lowll- whoal-oobsetved tho Strange phe-present wien, ami, re.err ... .m ,m , .. nmnlinn to a former period, when my father nounce the death cf Dr. Blake, tu s vawa I . . . . . . 11 ' 1 F T and uncle, who ha t done something ! vencrauie uisnp 01 urornrr. I I tie Worths made me. and I have a dev- lish notion to sholdcr tho whole of that myself." A Sad Picture John Ü. Defre,; for him, lived thcr?, rail: in a letter to the Indianapolis Journal, thus speakes of two of the most elo quent and gifted men of the nation. 0, to what degradation have they fal len! He sajs: Twenty years ago I was a looker on at the doing of Congres. The two men who attracted tho most at tention were William Cost Johnson, of Maryland, and Thomas F. Marshall, of Kentucky. They were the most brilliant orators the "observed of all observers." Mr.Johnssn died in this city a few Jays ago, a pauper and an out cast, unnoticed and unlamented. Tho papers, a few days ago, informed as that Mr. Marshall is the inmate of of a hospital at Buffalo, diseased and miserable, and about to di?! To the man of robiut and bealthy intellect, who gathers the harvest of literature into his barn, thrariies the straw, winnows the grain, grind it in his own mill, bakes it in his own oven, and then eats the trua bread ot knowledge, we bid a cordial welcome. Southey'a Doctor. Ml" It is but little satisfaction to a man who has lived honest and upright, and in the end find himself deprive I of Iiis goods and name. Truly the temtations to be a rascal are very jgrest. m -a- a There are ".5olI student in the va rious Medical Colleges of the United States. Hezi'kiah ays tht iftb UtUa Iv knew bean he evoul lnt b"v to.' ai- ticle called burnt and gioun I coif v. There i a man in Cincinnati in po4j.ec.Aion of a powerful mnipev. He is employed by the Ht.niiLe SoJ ety to ieuieniler the oor' Hie iii;:inir of kettle iu one re spect resembles the singing ef a sU-e ringer. An attempt to overdo it will be followed by a hiss. The podti'-e uu is s! avs vraa.