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,' . Or 71 0 t: JIM M I.I JI "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD III' SHOWERED ALIKE IT'ON THE HlCil AND THE POOR." Jacksox. A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Scieuce, Agriculture, Foreign ai;t! iio :::"-.! it: .c. Volumo 1, Plymouth, Iflirsiiall Caunty, Iniiana, Wednesday, Be:. 3, 2331. Number 46. FT YM I Jj l ill Ii 1 iiJ f X 4 I, i ' v V . 4 V, .4 t '! II a : '( : V '"A " V " X , t '-.7 : '.i : hi V I. THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is publislcd every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. P m T M Y i'or l7ie Plymouth Pilot. TO JAAE. BY FAITHFUL. BS. Iisr fe 7f nnifl in flilviinff . fnr eirlii?i lim mniüi af:er subscribing) 1.50. ; Friend Jane, 'tis not for thee I ask, If paid within si mont!i5, - - - $t.0t. The wealth the earthly minded crave; If delayed after that, tune, - - - $,0. 1 For pearls an J diamonds rich and rare O-The above terms will be strictly adhered T, precious soul can never gave to positively. J J irrTowu suhcriber., who have tlieir paner j leftby ho Carrier, will be charge I Fifty cents : Nnr would I ash that those should drink in addition tit!!e sahst rrit'mn .rif-e. j);M-p at the fouilt of worhllv love; HT-N piper will he dHCOiiiiiiue.1 until all por eurlhlv wisdom oft has proved arrearages are iaid, unless at lue untioii of the ! Ti i i i publisl er source vl sorrow deep an I sore. HE ItATHElI GOT HEIl Several yea r ago, wIkmi one of our pre- SMOKING. MURDE11S, An atrocious nruder has hen, conimit-! T!i?re is a s? lory toll of a pions I J ted at 15ostoii. It appear l!m some ftnv Viah-r lady who was much a Idicted tt TO THE C01N1V A (I PA C lT LT URAL) forNTIKS OF INDIANA. Tiie J t. a:;.n; tl iit. eiiiiir of the Indiana mont'.is since Kliab-ili A.Y.Djv'is, mar- , siitolün- tobacco. She h 1 indulged li-ir-! State. Hoar I of Agriculture will be held ; n.i.l Mr T 15 I . .. v ; , ,!f :.. .1 . 1. 1 . :i : . 1 ' . . . . . sent justices of the Miperior court was: . . 4 ' 7 ' . T " 6, 1 , 1 " s-u ;il un ilJUil mnn u s , at in it nrnm)!. tnc hrst lhursday alter district attorney of a eiohbori.,3 countv. jf,li0ta l ll Wl:U .brollier, who much noon her, that she not oaly'sinohcd th, first Monday in January ISM. It is rather a lau "!nMc incident occurred re. h sent m Ca.ifornta ond return- Iter pip u lare portion of the day but ; expected that there will he a full a (ten ia ted bv himself Court weel-s h w!1' " "ome 1351 i;rir- SllKe l,,s return frequently sat up in bed for this purpose i dance of the State Hoard, & of the Pres to occupy a b,d room at Col. Wi's, j tot wil, ,,lis 'V1 , "y6. After onof these noctur-; idc it of county or district societies or who kent the'n,inci.,le hotel at that conn- i Z IV'J At au ! ,lal Hert.inineuts, she fell asleepand other delegates therefrom, who will be & 4 Terms of Atherüsby. j Nor would I ash that laureU bright Advert'.semet.'.s will he .-0115p. i u iti1v inser- , rl ... , , ' ted 111 tue t'lymniih-i'üoV at the Toliowin- r!".v will fa.Ie and pass away prices, viz: It matters not how bright they shine. For I sfj-iare (oTlO lines' 3 insertions SI ,00 j . Each additional inert;c:., ....... 'Zr-' j w0.,( !lsv for ,10e mv friend, TT'Anvt'tin'i le.is tLaa a-triare, w;Jl lecoa- ! .;. , 1 r 1 ' . "i siliere I a Mpnre. t JTA'lvertiscr.; nmstle pnrtieulartomirK the An J H'-i's brighter far than gems "nniiilernf ii.s'rti.'s 101 the ftu-e of t he :i iver- ; 1- safe laid u; for thee in heaven, tisements, or they will be puMis! ed until or- j dered ont.au d ehar-ed aceordindy. ; Alll WO!jU 0. a crown o( stiif T r libera! dis'-oo:it will l u ma.ie where ad- ; ., . . . . . ,. ver.i.i.uMsdoLebvthevenr. ; those we love so well, ffjAllCo:ii.i;un;. a,i ÜS iroiu a ui-tanre shoul 1 : Riven thee, when thou shalt gam be addressed l'osr-I'Aii to tj4e Publisher lliut place where suints forever dwell. j celebrated G.-u. (now Ju.lg') Nye vas i counsel f v r the di'feud-nt. lie examined j v jgner and Ins wile, Djtli ot wnom b.-ar; r'.reamed that slio died, an I approached . ex oJHcio members of the Board. members of the tState Hoard of ilture coiilideutly hope no county .rict society will fail to comply 13 provision of the following sec f the Act for the improvement of .ilture. approved February 14.1851. Oil Sat! ItiV hit the far.! II V (lined to- turned with a sorrowful face, savin" '-'t Sec It. It shall !k- I'm dutv nfrh mini. gether as usual, cud after dinner Davis ! no; ihvire!" " ' tv or district society to nublih annual. I f tv seat. He Siad hooks and tvmer iii I this room-her, he drew his indie menu i lUe ;V' very resp.ctaole : ruven. Meeting an nSe!, she asked The ' . , I : : t . ... , I , : : P-aae . l-avis lias in -411- n Jy oeen Iwiowa ; him if her uaniÄ was written in the Book Agrieu irect thesheriu to bri.m up XU? v?oM's A slsUr Vanolhife. He disappeared, but replied u;,-. or dist I witnesses for r.üminarv . x . mi t ion . ' ' ,U d r, on return., that he conld not hnd it. will, til I I Innnened at on eonrt that he had an ' " " . 4-o, sal I she, "dojook again; it must Hon o .! , , : ;. i:iiirna?ii!3tii!sw!?.rs. e ther-V He examined a-ain. but re- otric mi ui t.i !ii 11:111 ill Last i.uiii.ii ' uii. x.iv;; I ft t!u house, A J.)ut 1 o'clock in the 0!i!" said she to ajony, "it must b? ly a list of xhz awards, and abstract of ! minutes of what th-y would state on the , r , n ' - ' ' ! 1 ill' U 'S iü nW of 'stau., lie. ftunl that a la.ly was the Vr r- T- . ' 1 ,3? dlst aili li) make a "P0" of ! ... ; , . , r .1 1 , i5 s-lLr A''- fni.a replied that : J no aasrel was moved in tears by her thir proceedings for the year, and a sy- h .-!-o il" coeied that he wus rather e--i 7 -lJir". immediately upon . entreaties anu aaia left her to renew his uopsis of the. awards for improvments l-.u.e am .nn strung, and a rallier lust ; returned an I went to th-2 sink wliere ! ineSr I :-. r,-.. nü-rnfwi!. n.i .v.i ir 1, ti..r riii. .i.ciri.f nrh. And this the gift I ask for thee. fii , 0 i- l.Ir Lai Ci .i i' !;!( f.. j Yi s. wlien in proyr?r I diily how 1. Subscribers who do l oi :ive t -x press no- ! To tio I in heaven the supplieut k vie 10 n.e eoxrary, nre con-L.trea as 111- . Til;s S treasrt,f ti,is l!ie ()Ve 1:1 j 10 rniiuiiii'- s::en mij:-i i t.iii. 2. If Mibscriben orler their papers diseon tinneil, I'uMisIi rs in;ty continue to i-eud them till all char-'es are paid. j If Mibserd er ne: leet or r i' to tal.e i BOB FLETCHER, their papers fro n t! e fii -e or plave to whic'i J they are .en1, they are hehl rcpmsüde until j thev yeltle their bill and discoatiiiue them 1 ' ti:i r. I Ai'prelirn'ive of trouble lis thought I he'd caution her a little. Ho he toid her vvh.'ii -.iin on itu ctii-it' int tit i 1 ! ! ,1V :,,. , v ' ; , ,7 , . H ..; ! Uf0n P cam- rj:i-; iurdly see it!"' I u hicii report hall be made out in ac- i -' ;.-" 7,,v i:in- down into the sitting-room exclaim-, The woman, upon her waking inimedi-; cor lance with the rules and regulations !... .J.v.'. I. ' A ... I ...K ' ' i tii -it'.! i i iu. a:i I uueu cuiu.J.? i or how apparently silly, but ilou'i a low I !. ; ... -V .... I . . 'T . v.. - V. . I .. ., ..T " in iu 1 i uu M.i i uui utiiuin c, T'ie district attorney and the witness be wnsh-d nis hands and then went nut claimed. j descriptions of the seieral improvemenU into the street. He had been gone but a j 4-Ve have found it, but it was so cloud-, and also make a report of the condition few minutes when 0:12 of his ov. n chil- ed with "tob acco smoke, that we could of asriculturc in th"ir county or district. Ill . I--' u nt )".- dead:' The: ately threw lierpipe avay, and never in-: of the Indiana Slate Board of AgricuL lure, and shall be forwarded to the Stats ; Board at their annual meeting in Jan uary of each year; and no subsequent pay- ; men tshall be made from the county treas- r nf i l,r unless a certificate is presented to ! mo-t shocki.r; nnnuer, the win lpipe be-, lhe llUJlierous s;lüWä wllk.-u art in fui O J. the Auditor fom the secretary of the Slate I in eutir. ly severed. A nzor covere ! ; ,inr;n,; u-.Ui I fn.md mvwlf !,t 15 fl showig thai such reports have beeu ' ' - V J i , . I . -.I,(f-.A.. ... - 1... I 1 ! I ! 1 . r , ) a--1 a ui tu i-uiui. -i L-re i-iru uy i nulled sal Jiilii T again. ;lotxamieyou, voum-ist be very c.treiU; i i, . u-;,ilbor. ff!m miP,li:lt,..! " " nee, iind not get excited, for lies a real b!ack- v . , ho.,,, anil' 0:1 :., . T1Tr n a 1 1 vn if re sppprvra - J . I , Ml . ,4 I j , - r r 1 i iu .liwiiJ .1 111.. l.J, i ; : . :J :rs: , , : , , . : staus Mrs- .v.d v' a !vi 1 1 a Paris correspondent 0f the st.Louis . w ...z. .r. Mio a.i-i I i j,, 1 ior wil l her t'o-it cut n a1 . i i . I ....... f. ... . l ' vl1 ' ' I tui in a ..u . ;ui savs: I sinned to see snm. in l if-in im loa i i'j I ii1.) it oni'i l." i-uif l witli!,!ool, was lound ner her, and drop, ,,,, n rir whppi, wn ,Vi ,;,-.de. blojj v.vref ulna on th .? sturs, as well J s!)0wilI:, üiT witli seven or ei-it -real ! A compliance Vt ith the requirements of BY T. I'.UXIS. i.Mrli-d lur lh i -rl. f . Wvl i'iv tlt t-:,. I .... .- - v , u-w i . v..ltlAbLLlltu.'.-.w. ..., I .....f, I A A - . I Lll. lilir III II ' 11 I I I I II II I I W'l I II I I I III lllll TI la 4. If f:uscribers remove to other place' , fame on. The district attorney culled,,..:...... a.v,r....i.. . .... 1)V V"itf fifl -'l-'la- nututuaiu, a), ---n-"o - , witlont in'on.n.K the Publiker, and the pa-. I cuce knew a ploughman. Bob Fletcher ' his -.vitar-ss. an 1 she we-tt th-ou-h with I i i'1. V ' . i , "V f.7 bat tha crowd hid become so great t!lat I caOons from frienus of the ciuse xyho re- per is sent to the farmer direetu. they are ! his iitme, ,Pr cvid -nee on th- part of the oeoele to : yCf V'aS C' ' J 1 fouud 1 coulJ liot ,Jlove. was oblige J i sIe couaties where no societies hava l.eM responsible. j Who was old who was uSly, and so was pcrf,cl admiration, and handed 'her I "'T p , M w 1S . r , j to remain a witness of certainly one of ! .t been org.ml, will enabb the State r " -ec- hisdnne, ovei to ve He went alon- a while ycrv i V , fj"'; 1 t!i3 must curious and frightful spectacles , buar1 10 la.v Io tho Legislature at its ?33 llS5j22S?Sa Yet they lived ciuite contented, without 'llf 1 shortly a t-r hi, nmva Davis n,, t!Ver oliVra to lhe puhUcf The sa Ue-eh,i- -x .session, a very valuable and iaterea- g. fV ---' -i" eeuted j nny strife, , iicr ail(l h,.y l0 .iUx, u o im h . , - 'ö " - was seated on the groual, after the "f report relating to me various modes EjlA KJ at the olli :e of the Bob Flet. hnr. lhe ploughman, and Jud v I . rw led her ihc m ore aulvry .tih v! 7' ohioer larleton too.: l.im into ftls!liüU of h;3 country, with his snakes ! of rmmg ui Induna. and U the agncul- "PLYMOUTH PiLOT" j '-wife. jmade'a regular' breeze, r;,. .hr, ! "I , " io -'ö- U-efo7e"lc P d iSSk-1"' ' il tU' ; As mom streaked the cast, and ni.ht fled j US J uJl,! was invnTo "ne wöuU lueni ' ' ' " S. . awav. . hUletitsy s-irc KM. and snots ol hood be- i-. i .... i . . , . 1. Hvnm or 7 s- . - S. ciuifbAibs NAXüniLi.s, ,r. "1 w-itit answer any more of vour con- , .. . e , 4 ... , f , . i p in ui nan is, ici inem win.t aroun.i . - .... iSlievWOUM rise lip lor labor, Kircs led . . . - - . ,. itiguiina upo.i i:ie v. rioiuan-as 01 jus j balv neck ml bp-id- tick ph let. I c .a litis, Ni po.-tkhs, I ' lemptable ones' ions; you are a nastv dir- ! .!,;,. . i, , . .. ; ..... , .... fr i lU: ,Lo? r.ii, ujjj, ne ck ana neau, suck. iii on the most accomola'ine; terms, . r U-V ... iv hhirkan .rd am! tt J'nrl,. :! ! ..r.,..v ! ' . . " ' .' 1 oat liieir lurked tülVIU3S and k 3 i in Oil ! .r""6 uui nu icuge, in a style r.oltobe Mirp.nsse l I yanyolhcr ; And the song ol the lark, as it rose on ' ; . , , ... ' ' ' ' i Vtu,i,:-Vl 111 t,J P-' S-;J. oI lil - o:',':or- the ban Is. the lips, tho eye-lid?, and pre- a UU to our mcaas of usefulness. .lishment ia rt!.er Inttan.a. I . tKee. . . A r , f.r t ho ,.,, ,v, r, ; (1 , .. c.,i. ..: . r.ecea,,.! uas -i years ol aSe, au. Ol v - , s.ut their heads or tails to him. as lie i, summ oxs- executions, round JJoj at the luouzh. ai'd his wife at 4 "- ry pre.-ossessu;' atv.iesraiM-?. I i i .i l Tmnn ( imp. We were 1 O .... I tJ . 1 ILM I 1 1 1 1 I Hie pall. 1J00K HAM Printed and e.stab UEEDS I MOltTO.tOls, I Mi'i'OKN' AS, I 1;L A N K SOT ES, j a:id all kinds of JL'STIl.'EV and CONSTA-i BLE'tJ BLANa-S re ke;; cf:i.;'aa:ly on hand i A urtat little cottage in front of a grove, at this ofli.e, or prinitd. to order. Where in youth they first gave their ' - w-----Vv' I young hearts up to love, dm 1 J.1G:K V.1, j Vas t!ie solace of age, and to them dou- ATTORXEV trCtSSEllc'siT LA W As t,tATthe pa,t hha.mil.or SOLICITOR an I Master in Chancery, Not a- f a tear, ry Public, and general A::ent, for the se- i curing and cidkciin;-' of Claim-, Purchase, ' Each tree had its thought, and some vow Jr-'ale, and Renting of Real Estate throng!. out j could impart the Wejd eonera'dy Atent for the Smkimr ! ,r, .it- ' i .i . , Fund Lands in Marshall county. Fnat youth the warm wish of Office one door north of Per-king's Drus.'! the heart; Whit;! the district ntto.-ipv told von' dreadful scries of uftVavs oeeurrc.l on so! When an l wheredid heVll you so?' ! luK,.v c 7 VÜl. '.V1! "e ar. J' L'n!ls: . A -ie most sucessful v ..ii I. " .. "... . um u im med ij-:iei del had so abused bis .t clbm.i.l n;Y .,1 i... (i,u ü.oiu crop, ii w "lie ion me so last nig:it up in b.h : .r . . , , , ' w-.-.v... ..1...1.1.... . T . 1.. I I wif ih:t sne took refuge ai the liouse of! Arab, or an'-nr-viilv so a. ! ;!n"'i. it-f Irom lh:nilu- Ua 13 a tn-ii 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 , . , . 1 1 i J C"5---0 I f.t 11 'ii... o : I. r.u 1 j . ! -'if. t ):;, a nei.ghjjr. laic enraged her ' self .iIout. -ot out of the rrow.l. M-prv aPPlc 01 1,10 l,Knl soiii. n.iitu loiiow en uns answer 1 , , . . ' . . o- o - f , , , I., ..... iti : ......... , , . ., ... bus mind so that he took a -tin and went boh- von i.viv snr- civ In bim : torined ! W c s.10 :i! we i'.üuin iiii.iiiinee.. in nr.. 1111 .-; , . . w . . . 1 - ' o j Store. R E F E Ii S T 0 . JOI1X RTFAVARI) Jr. & Co. New York. DAVID JAYNE M. D. ri dhdclphia. Hon. J. W. CilAI'MAX Madison I11J. A. L. WHEELER Esq. Plymouth Ind J. HRADLY E.M-. Laporte Ind. C. B. & L. BLAIR. Mich. City Ind. j The thorn was still there, and the blos soms it bore, And the song from its top seemed the sali e as before. of 'J1.1 shout Nve told th? witness sh- 7. in nd si.ot Ctj-.ik, as !t-3 was at work in t!ie cle presented bjr While the spectacle was proceeding in I uov- " "gm )esuraaj Miinaiarge line 1 l O ' 11 ir.i. i t ..... ray. one of the 1 ir-' irilow ni,e appie ui uic "June ana f . I T . ".I .1. - 1 as raiseta inree mues the same tree an crop this season is uld like to see this bcatuu. Stale Journal. clear space. Jiiot outsi.le of the. circle ; bv .1 1 i:.. . 1 - : . .1 . u 1. 1 . . . . ... : v v vj e .. . t: uv.xm, wuii'it;u nsni 111 nie wreasi, uui wo tlocs were n aviii ' together. TSie ' - - - ot severely. Cook th-M to d; out a wnr- s,rp.;iurno sooner espied th.m. than he , A stem editor cautions his readers HISTORY OF VIC0110I raul f.r iSch eildel's arrest; Lilt upon the raised his head; and in another moment a-llllt K,"in" ;!;orl B'rSf. because this ' approach to th: hoiise, S.heilda,vas busy winding 'himself aroun l thell:i,Jlt mat,c hl rouiuUhouldered. Alcohol was invented 1)50 vear.-? !ir..l;in.! LM!..! !,;. r,,,r c; .r? b .. . . i.. r r .1 i ! Send all such tirls to us well risk tSie son of a stratiga woman. Anger in ! went with ai ms, and laid f ie-e to th -' Th,. ,i.,r d.vr r'.U- ,.-, r-d with ' our uac,i and-shou.t.crs. hx. Arabia. Ladies used it with a p-nvder hous ; Scheildel eseaped by a bick door; j fright. It was like the screams of a hu- j to palilt iliemselves. that they might ap- he was pursued, and after receiving three pear more beautiful, and this powder was wounds, surrendered ihi ciliers tkreut- called alcoaol. Djnng the reign of Wil- mug to shoot him dca I if he did not. I ia lit and -Miry an act was pissed eneo':r- 13TSA IXSÜB1NCE C03IPANY, OFUTICA, XEW YORK. CAPITAL 1 2 5,00 0. riHE object or t Lis Co npayis to insure JL both l'e:il and Urstmal Property i:aiiisi loss or damage ly fire, and the riks o inland naviiratiou, and from the peculiar a Iv.m'a.'cs derived lroiu its Cti.nrier under i.ee ncral in urance Law of the State of New York, as weil o " c . 1 . i 1 .1 11 -1 ...... Oirulia: iu ifai; mv tuns hcii cuuli- in iu oeing. 1 , ii- it . , Tlie Arab no sooner heard'it and under- ed rallier than "h, far the hopes of the stood the cause, than he got up. xvent learned are more valuab.e than the treas- A mortal combat took place 00 the lS:h to the spot, and Twithout touching the urca Ui luu i"'-'1- .-.il.rt ft f.i in iv.tr 1 ! on-1 " musican in Torento. last week, while g under a lit of jealousy, seized a horn and blew his braius out. remains consisted of an old hat. ll'L . . f ... . - .i . c . r -. : wicu tue curtain 01 nigru over nature agtug iue mau-iiacuire 01 o.rus. c-oon : ....... t T.,., b,i . , C:.m,,n o ,11 c Was snrpaJ. I after, lnteinneraiice and orolll norv nre- . .!... 1 it -n. . .1 ......... i,. ...... ...,,.:t...i :.-...irl A I . 1 ! oroi.ier.-j, uauie-i 11. 'pp. 1. 1 lio uiopiiL. ; iio iijiuii. i i a 11 1 1 j uiii.vji.cu n.i;u , I And Bob had returned from his plough to vaüed to such an extent that ti,.. retailers .vaS o,',,,.! bv X division of some ! slowly until it left the dog free, and I : IaWm h,s or intoxicating drinks put up 815:1? in ; pr.,p,.r-y left them by an elder broth-r, assure you one of the- canine race never -lrcn?h 1 .1 kp I hi hi VP nti lipr iipst li rcrn.l Mllb!ir:i'a.es i o form i n ,r l'iit.'nnlpib.ii! 1.1. 7 .... .i. - . r . .. i .. 1 i : I .. - HlS - - " i' from all care, If his wife and his youngters contented j 1 were there. I have passpd by bis door when lhe even ing was grey, And the hill ami the landscape wore fa- ding away, , , . 0 Ul v:i.c:i ia.. youuges! was grean enra- ; 111 as jasi a u'g m i, as souu no :ie ; . - they might get drunk for a penny, and : ( ht,:lluU to kill or bum up tliose ' got loose. The surprise of the spectators . aaJ a ba:,aaa, "erch.ef and have have some, straw to sober on. ( Jf h . brul!lL. wIi0 tuU,a lhisl glt. j oI this scene knew no bounds, and pieces, beeu scnt u' legrapl. to his friends. In ills llil'i I'l'Mfiirv ilicl rnint.-! . - . . i 11 . in ine iot!i century distiil-d spirits ,1,. ... . ... . n-.vi.v. to !.Y l;h n't 'of silver were literallv shower 1 into the ' Sprcal OVOr the (o.ltiu 'lit of .Kir ope. ! A fj. llopp-r learned that bis youn-r : Arab's turban. lul,Uium mi,:u M,,!s 11,10 brotiicr was in ambush in the woo Is, a- th 'colom.sasthc United States were b ).u lU l)!iint ui0u, armed for the. par tium calletl. lhe first notice, we have of! osu of assassinating him. lie procured ' us use in puuue nie, was among l he bt- 1 . ' 0 o UUICii Y1T Curran '.vis a rare wit, but cv?n he A provision dealer in Massachusetts I advertises 'Jenny Li. id sausages, which I a critic called emphatically 'linked sweet ; ness, ne or two oNiis neigliiiors. arined him-! cn.n, tiot -Q o..t hi itii. ii lh was once . . . Wr, the Direct el iWifi-lcut O.nt they grateful surprise. ,1 .' I 17 it w Tn as a V ' ,1 "VV1 & -o.ss-5raiud ugly-faced w,I- ! Uuse he keeps bid COinpailJ. can do so on as j'acomUe inn,, a,.d wita The voice of ihdiiks-i v i in; like incense ; Kit? V . 'V,, s ascertain lhe. whereabouts of his broth- ,U'S3. At leiiglli lie cxclaimed.ItV HO 1 1 1 ' M,ltif arise. l"UI' lllü aIc;)aüJ,! use trying to get the truth out of you, .for K foll(nv com7t of a Urem One SAFETY TO THE ASSURED, 'd of grapes and sohl ,u Italy ,x .Spun Thc coinpjnv iinallv discovered him by I ,-eo the "illaT.i in your face'"' 1 comin out oi a tavern one as any other relne Company whatever. And I tho't of the proud who would look a a ft"ward ths vmtng ' f a c,)t s,tti;-ly camped in vou. sir! ' ' retorted th, man. . "l0 - t " i l,U foit" he Heine rondiieted on bot h .MCTL AL an-1 STUCK ' down with scorn ,n'tlle u Uom ZTJi y" 1 ll as a p'lt- ! the wools, with i n. p!e ni Mils of death. wilh a cr'u,t -why then it must be so P," , ,?:r p , 1 V u ' i PKiNCiPLKs it combines the a.ivantaee, i 0a tUe lleat Uttc cottage, the grove and j ciu' Ul loiiU' Uilr l!l'' üf u- j 0 1C or lwo hordes, &c. Imiäe.liately of- faix I never knew my face was a look- T r , ! ? ' both systcin, I esiles niiiiy not posses. cd l y . . ' teruflif II nil th loth centm-v if .i i ... J 'n. i" m u in) iacc was a ioo.i . ed stand on slippery places," "I must be- ny Company con l,,,ted Jlcly U either of .lthUlHTS , , , f,T I U "l' long to a different class, for it is more .... ti, frtii-.v!-...., arn s.nu.. ,f ti..- t.r on-- I An 1 felt that the riches and tinsel of ife . 113,1 "4!,-v Uv ' 11 u Iu D) a pouu i aru s as 1 r.....l iioon A. C. Honner. the con- . . ... ' i i ... - i - i I,.... i , ,i. . "Fel! les by which this Company is uoverned, and Mil must at once perceive both their FAIRNESS AM) LIBERALITY: 1st. They reeognizc the ac ts of their authori zed Acents, bo h in making Mirveys and in is iuing Policies; and to avoid lititra ion, arrange ditrerenc-es by arbitration at localities ronveni crit for the s: ured. 2d. They prouintly pay all los. es for whom they become l iahtet. ' . 3d. They Lol'L themst-lves responsible for losses and uamaees by lurhtni'ne, Were dross to contentment with Robaud "di:ine. During thereigri of Henry VII bis wife. WILD ANIMALS APES. Mr. Werne found abundance of game, including elephants, rhinoceroses, lions, gazelles, and various smaller animals. Several soldiers were slain by lions, while wandering away from the camp. The mountain of Kassela swarmed with tents taking efiect. A. C. Hopper recov- low-citizeus:'' said a stump orator brandy was unknown in Ireland, and -.,... :, ..l . . r.. . ; i I .i. swm ils ""' in Miccu ine gov- . s!lott firt..i 0ll !lIS brother. Having a dou- lhc best government. No peonle on the , eminent to Vs a law prohibiting itst ble-barrelle I shot gun, he discharged tV 1 fiice of t!:c lob., Onjov more 'pnvileg.-s' manufacture. contents of both barrels, which took mor- J tJu.n xve do& Here we have liberty of ivoout l'J years ago it was ued as a bevenge especially among the soldiers in the English colonics in North America ! breaking his gun over the head of lhe oth eriug somewhat from thc ellects of the ..We have the best counlrv in the. world,. shot, fired on his brother. Having a dou- ( tiic best cvernuient. tal effect. Hath, mortally wounded now J 8.(tech, and lib-rty of t!ie press, "with-; closed in on each other. A. C. Hopper Lut enormous desootism. What, fellow-j 4th. They take no sinule risk for a inenter ' apes, of which Mr. Werne frequently saw ! sum Ihan .ooo, hoc on real property lor more : roups of two or three hundred seated .... than two-thirds of its value 5th. All Surplus Funds, after pnying losses and expenses, and invested for the benefit, of th company, or divided a mom; the inetuU rs thereof, as may be deemed expedient by the Directors. Cth. They classify riskr in such a manner that the Premium Notes cC Farmers and per 'ftons insuring property no more et po-el than farm buildings, are not liable or losses of more hazardous property, nor are .Merchants and the iusMrers of builiinouly partially exposed, lia Lie for the loss of Ihat which is consider jd ex tra hazardous. ' , JOHN E. IIINMAN, Vre'n1enl. EDWARD LAMES, Vice 1'nst. W. D. HAMLIN', Tremurer, A. F, ROCKWELL, Secrd'try, M. H. T.IOMSON, Aetuunj, J. M. GRAY, Central Ant, W. G. POMEROY, A-jtnt for Xtrihu n lmluna. Plymouth, Auj.-JGth lä-5', oi tf . upon the cliffs. Much as he desired to make a more intimate acquaintance with under the preposterous notion that it prevented 'Sickness', It Was looked upon as a sovereign specific. , Such is a brief sketch ol the introduction of alcohol into ! ..! to his residence as a beverage. Tiie hislory. o" it is.writ- 1 ; 1 ten in ! tlie 'wretchedness. the tear's, the j ' H00S1ER CONVERSATION. t.r cutting with knives, ccc. Tin yotig er brother expired instantly. A. C. Hop per only lived a few hours after he was eiliz-Mis, is more desirable than this? j l)j you want anything more my country men? sir-eel saiic out a red faced ........ . ....... ..... ....1 ...... I . . I k 1 . : ' Lriti.iii.t. iMiirrit' niivi iiiuriii'r ill 1 1111 1 ijmi ii i ' . them he found it impracticable; and 7, i.a .i,k .... r. "Hullo, stranger you appear to De trav . . . V 11 III 1 It. Iiril ill' IUIIÜ I' IUI I II U fclllAll when he paid them a visit with agtin, he was glad to beat a retrent under a tre mendous shower of stones- A Turk, whom he had bribed to catch a male and female, and who offered to get a wlio'c .camol load if he desire d.sneaked buck after sev of a giant leaving the impress of his foot steps the life's bloo I of thc people. The following was copied literally from an old tombstone in Scotland: eral days, with "a hob in his head, and i Here lies the body of Alexin U-McPhcrsou . . . . .. . . . 1 um .. . . .. i: his shoulder badly hurt," but minus thc monkeys. The monkejs fight among themselves with slicks, but use stones when attacked hymen. Awful was the screaming and howling they set up of a night when receiving tin unwelcome visit of soma hungry leopard or panther. Ctmjirn in Afrivi, Who was a very extraor liuiry person; He w is two yards hi;:h in his stocking feet And kept his accoutrements clean 'cneat. He. was slew At the battle of Waterloo, Plumb through The gullet; il weal in at his throat And coins out at the back of his coat. clling.' 'Yes nev." loafer, this is dry work. 1 waul a suck out of that lias!; sticking out of your coal f pocket, behind.' ! EPITAPH Under this stone do lie Hack to back, my wife and I; More blest than in life's short space We lay like others face to face. Now free from quarrels free. from' fear If she should scold I cannot hear; When the last tiump the air shall fill If the get up, why 11 lie still. In a French work on the uncertainty of the tdgns of üaeth, and modes of burial. . . T.w- t-1i.v- ilia l"VtiirT ii ? i ' did I 1 III II. 3 UK II th- Hill. t - . . v.J. f r ... j i ia fact is brought forward of a man, uow Jeui.nr s got it carting mud and ( lam-1 ,. . . 1 w , , , , , 1 i , ,, ..i .i . r., auvc, wao uas ueen uurieu trice. 1 always travel when on a jour- shells up the alley with the cat lor j , a horse. 'I ib'n.if I !nvi seii von somewhere." ! "D'ar lttle fellow, what a CMmi3 h . . ... , , r. i It t 11 'l I . I " . - . . I A Spanish piper calculates that there - n.; 1 .. . . . 1 .1 . .t 'Very tk 'lv. I have often been tner-. ! wll nuke; but go an. I get it. e er go- . . . ; , . , i. ! . i ,i . ...ri fr,, ei., world 55 in Europe, 'J37 in Asia, 267 ii t .. ' , a mi ilit vniiT ii linn hf ! in i In i ii .i I'liiiin.ini n i l II 1C( trV S I til ' .iiii pi.i. iui in. j 11 . . r , - j f,:,. , 1 on i :,, .tnPr;rT ..i. ...: .i.. i. . e r....i.. : " s .i. f... n: - in Allied, l.-Oi iu -Mnerica. XI UllLilll Iß OHll 1 dlVII, I'll I It I 3 II"l i IXOil IUI UllliU I Have you been long in thes? parts?" 'Never any longer than at present five feet nine.'" "Da you get anything new?' Yes, 1 bought a iuw whetstone this morning. , "I thought so; you're, the. sharpest bid Je I've seen on this road.' A Goon Toaft. Some unconscionible i C lif riiia wag sent the follo.vinj toast lo a Bloomer celebration: "liiere are women enough in all con science, but not conscience Cnouiin all women.'' . ' Where's 'the bioöin! . lie I? -eps his road well enough, who gets rid of bad company. ""The New York Tribune says that Sen ator Douglass of llliiioii, ?'is bound to In the nominnee of tie n?:t Democratic National Convention." -' " . i it Vi ti r- 5.' V v.- i - i r . i. t . s - w 1 v-.-Vi ' l f. I k t i i I- I- r r. M I i 0 i . - ' I. .