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THE LITTLE JOKEII.
sOEZL ]BT tY "L Editor and Publasher. NATICNAL AMERICAN TICKET. tOR PRF-'IDEIN F. MILLARD FILLMOR1E. FOR VICE I:'Fl ID.10 , ANDRIEW J. DONELnON, I.IIR t 1' i "tlii S%.I.l,I I I .FI Tll ? TIl I N lI'I I1TI, UIT IFxom H I ATII TE YrT-I'E. IlHi i mi . I m HIil.R MV ITI E 1t TIIIt'IIII Ilk i IIA.I H-NN AHlII T Hl"tE "11H. l \T Y FIR +", Il AI: ,A TIE1 . 11h II|AD N I:% E rI T, THI.hIk A il, AIT A AA .IHII'AN TIl.S WI TIlE IIA.Ptl.' M IIM.NT 11110 IIwE IIE 111411 PH- 0 11 ~ H N tan H :RATE. HIT 111 N I 'RlT Dl.ER Tt HK llAlIII lr MY IIE l " V YK " iAN 4lEitr11f I.TIZl..l IT IIII N Irt Itlr,,,VI: 1II I T1I lAKIK IlP III- 1ATr AII Illlt IRATIN. 1H11 I Il, 1'"11 I NTIo TII Y HIr II: W'lEt': II PR1iK1 , s HPI IIA II E Il IiF A I. I I I tT 1 l TIl iTll. l'l-wNI''Y, .i AITIlI I . I'1.11-TIATIII.N OF I THEII 'INIIS.'tIITIN oI l IFE l.It NI'Y' AND TIt 111: X lit I.F. 1(uI NTIIY I" Till lE Ilt i PIN IE-ENT HA tI B *t .IIT TII .PHAY rlll ,+RTl A-. Ia T THil ,I rlI --i .11E PII'TII AI;. II'Tr TIES NIITI. III. t .t- N'T I 111IK 'A\ IlI .AT, fr \\I'l W O1 THEY +II I n 1. F1VI. TllI l¢ .i ii-F" It l;lt- IlkI 1 iW I.'IT lA111. N'TlI.T T. tIll W ll I Il1TRY. AIN+ IITIITII B'T IIIl i1 %TIfI -WE r Flluit'Ie rtpyt (oh Ne.e lork I ltlIittN f Ifj v 141 .t Jilt 111 IRIDAV, JUlLY 4, I't36. To THE I'ATSii t, to TH "t'l*tR 1A 1 4It reit -lt-I I. - c.ndi-r. in ,our troubft, aln a amllni,\i,-.--th'e l:a.t of whirh was the t.xtrenmt. cold weather-- w" elu!,i 114,1 tnl lhll, t urt furtibh our , ',t IENI\ + . D ]% I T V with th*" C.to(llry NEw i'Ye tt to lnit Ie plII-. iln.t.ad. tog Ivi. tht 1,11i the ollrthl ý,, Jdily to d I ) ;I SI.rlr JKtRu " :t full of Fun :111 II- rl . a. w" coulI Ina:ke It. . msuchl w," .uibmnit oulr lfilk .hl'lt to yoi,, h1,pugthat lou will kirily e ,.rl,,it an. . rel. ef the h,:l-a- of the li heart we know thelre iareI n1..e ion mai i.oul ni it. While we hope tlhI.t in it, cilln n.,ne will Lind caIe of Iotences, wt tru-t that all will bt pleasiel with it. and if our effort i- rewarded with a irngle stmile, our task is accomplished. Without far ther remark, we submit the LjirrJ Joma to O PIt rns of "thle Scoal PL AN ." Tra (;omRPa AccoDmRan TOIlNTrr Ilnlitim.- "Go rein. to all the world, ad shoot the goq*I at overy crea ture. f' In ordecef show how gonrl-naturel I'ncle Sam is spreading bina-If, four new States will soin apply for atdmltion into the Uniun. Oregon. Miinouta. L'tah and Kanlas. Ttni WTY IT Woi.s.-O-f eleven talay ipa per of New York. but three, and tho.e of inferior grade. support Mr. BIuchanan. With three or four exceptions, they all supported Pierce in '3. WAnTrD -Several huulredrl aiili belie-I, active men. to ehout for Ilnehanan and circulate a patent life of the " Ten Cent" 'Ete.nman-prori le 1. they can he engaged at ten renlt a d(y. )Mlichanies preferre i. Ap. ply to the nearest liemocratice'otral Committee man. It muet be observed here, that no reference is inten ded to Frank Pierce, the one cent hero. Cra.oemsa WacTRD. -The identical knife with which Mr. Buchanan would have opened his veins to let out the Democratic blood. Ai~a-The utensil into which it would have fallen. An--The measure by which the exact quantity of the blood that would have run out, was obtained. A Cratory.--The Know-Nothing who quitted the American party because they wanted to force an office on him. HAPPY D)rLI'.tIOs -The Ihce,. iu si tuppoing that they are goi.g to diet Pncba.uaa an'l !BrccLheridgo OUR NATION'S RIRTIWPY. To lay -the Wiii amtra. ofih! '.''r h. ! hi-tot ', f on rvu fy that will I, ."n" .!. r, . thI' 4th dayv of July 1 7711. sinki intr. o ,g" ant tirnl,,k'it. It baii.. t, t , om ""ptm hu of a wFn. I7 T(··l"lgil ul+ of )1(· ,, day, 1141." not let, an dlll neve '~it Itilthril Jite oar~ti'n if hin ."it,-a wit a feein pt ~on ii' to Ito- lair tr;l a I . w iih mrli for I.llr "1111 i.,t( i. l.,- 'C]'( II 'l:, ni'ortett~lll. 1... III ' w, 1r"1·1 fattir, u f, ''' i, i- ilt, i- i ;ti l,. t u Jaikl, fla- r ofi t r itiuriN 1' Ii'". In t i" ii , Ili, r t:r our forh Ni' atl..-aiti-a l h,--til TiiE Tii ne tJiNii-i butii', , arl, ahnit ttIa of iIIIIttIVCI on It IIn fIns-it rva. mull J i,,. h'iat-l.-tt d a't. i ii t IhaU( l,- Iftriu pilh, t ,.it U:. all( Iii.-1r hr-- thtra i.n th'. an ark our dir it lhoo t hr. T i tt' rr It hu II i-I mait.t- ant IIg kiy ovII it e i,.i .ti..i'i thI, b uurruk ttr fin tt~r .ir i withirt-. ,alat Xii, tt iii a h ir., -ati- t Ine e in j l i,-i~ mi-. i. a- Lost, e t I' t bii t t Ii .huN t " a-h . t ' th , Lvi t, i . t it IlFitx wt ip tI N e TK rtt,,r,,-- , "iii SIt i-ni ,.'- ,, r iii. anal that tl . ." ):lc I of F'xt[ t \.".v t :"'a h'o ttutS v IViT I t tru lt to t'adh t Jr i .itia 'itir ur iti li-i." alu.aorb~lelt i o..i ~y Rally, Bol., Rally, Voter~ Es f at and ~tes4 tetaeh Rouge! It is a w.-ll known fact that hiad the Gtrnatorial election occurr."l one year ago, the American candidate wol.l have rolled up his inajo0ty by hundreds in our two parishes. 'lI) Is it then that lanofoco's now brag anad shout that thlr'ill ousk us closetrext Novem bek t lHas the enthnuiasm that knit you together in one solid phal.anx. faded away '-has the example of men who joinel you and after discovering that their ' love for lcnfocoismr was insurmountable, left your ranks upon the very ere f batlle. shook for a moment the steatlast reliance you placed in the prin'iple' when first you embrace theim? No! It cannot he this ! The fires of '54'5 still slumber in your bosoms an I i( the flames are not streaming among you. the glow of lif' is atill there, ant we watch as the patrnots of 1813, watchie I through the dlark night thi slum btredt o'er FORT MdI-ller, to discover by the light of the Ilain; tonlbs, 'if our Ilao was still there ' - we await to see if thespirit :f pride that olumbccs in your heart wsilt not compel you to rise anl lend your Sait il the coming contest. You know your leader, and MILLaRD FIH.I.i.MR stauln ready to lead you into battle, di.,laining to consider the chances of victory or defeat-and we ask ask you to turn your gaze from the faint-hearted who may leave us now, and gath Bring the spirit of the hosts who join our rauks, fight with us the goodl fight, and shout with us next No vember over the defeat of despotism and the triumph of FILIuORE As D InDosntUo. t Naw Han'.--The B. R. Gtzere greets its readers with a new htnd, and calls their special attention thereto. The arduous duty of taking care of the f " White Hybrids" bhv also necessitated this ad dition to th: fra.n of ithe Junior editor. S Ag Wuonder ifShakspeare had any illusion to the SI. It 'omel, when ho said " thereby hangs a tail." SDont all the "''forket radlshee "' answer at once S AnrrE Pm Tone StttER MiOtrnL -P-uy yJDr sh:rts at Siu.''. a] keep )yor bt'sn , c. *i it [htl,.tapled hto th l.IttIh J, L r Chain Pump Line. (.t R.lwrTi July .d At thii lth. t.al Eleclionua t rclay. Jio'n rTI.HBIE IFIwL.I, s hel-ctol nayor bt, tr-mnendocu majority of wtverna' Ilia compn titor, lfon . .4xni.I A *t, . Ilot I Lr, F, a breten enjoyingI chicken trem'nt ever since. I.tr:c.-Thltre was an alarming riot tInk iplaee cook at the IHotel killed and brtided thelpatgo. ;:, unse rnlatlto ' Polur Ih.ers, July, 3d- r a -A duel of f sanuinnary character took lace here yesterday. 1 red healed gentleman killed an lcd bald head, wit&h knile tedl to his heel' Las-u-S.tartlingy barbarity '--The eitizen~ ref.. bal, heIlea! funral rote;, and threw his body over t6 bld into the riler ' l..cxtt ,sttt. -Gram! esptlOstn of the htumbn.ug~-4 heal wan a ,dungilll, kll,kll in acock fight withian headedl rosetvr i nl.t. l.. IttG, July, 3d. Exdra,orlinry Faritem -sartllin defoehpaents '--Great se.atinion: :--A tr actin wh;ch is thIouight wlllhbare an immense t upon and carry New Y,,rk for Buchanan. tltk psa yesterlay. The lIker backel out tlimypkin.,no . cent bet, that thichlnanan would be elected. The m..e ganv three cheers and ttotk a Kentucky drink. ..nts--Nothing more : fr , all. sw ho KtKu,. ",,thita f,,o, .ui pt,,~tatta e thair )I5 l.tr, l lhn,,e lstuatern I anditrli. T:Ia. ack .,it. bhaut--it will not du, "',,r hitter colp to . t, n,__ fo',r I. it will livl that [4 an" It, Ar," sil ,tu n if Iwatlv |k'atrn. " (;.~l mrning, hinter VAIX Da,--marry chLi ma, to yOU!" " Tank you Miahter holnes-tMerry chrinatma toya and haplpy new year-und fort o, ahnuly--und apt fool-unt all de resht to you. Miother Shones !- Got, ye" Gorvi.rsi To Coc.rat EnnotTs--The rivers and hr ous-the weather-and crops. S A veritable entry made byv an R. S. of thee dcr' read thus : 'After gwitne through the yewzel fawmn. thereas a collecahun taked up, but Iothin' wan taken in' a fir IucIhaian is a ripe staterman.-[New T. Sun. He is a goue deal too ripe-so rilpea to be thoroqf ly rotteo.-['fui.-ville Journal. A It.tunnars Sot.n,--" Have vilio heardi thatBeu an its it er.orruil ill--not exipered to rerovetr"ai a wa eggi. Know Nothing on ,ur street- the otheri to a returned dttegate to the t'iaininati I'nmvenati No." replied the Litter in astonishment. "hi afart?" ' Fact ? (ertainly. rejonine the other, " his ph. eians have bled hinm veryt e.opliousl and his preael tion is e o a reat, that but little htpe is entertainadi hi. retovery." t" Why. iran't heard a word of that. What ialn world's the matter with him? What did they him for?" '7 ltet tahe Dimrratrfie blhod ond." " T,, bt- ," answered the deltegate has and, it is reported. offered his "aausailant'' ten c. a y nothing about it. The New York Mirror ha, the folloting epi which we think has much more truth tian poetry -it. ' iemoerace " in vain has oaid,. Wer'e itlked. wriv- Pierced, we'll Htck emla;' Ani If ton vote for Buck wi're l-!. S':iadt .With truth we're sucked ern tn.