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' E lA "Illi aTl'OIV ' '"-.l i i i" ' : ! ' ' " ' ' " ' . ' " ' " " : 1 1 f -
tde mmn democrat.
Q(jlc$ oneldccr cgtt of the Coutt
1,00 prr yair, emrf i no,' jvytd uiAinlfti
.i.r 2.C0 uill be churned.
i tettA. ""' B0 or'er tt'" discontinued until
til arrearage urc paid, vnleti ut the option
of Iht putlnfttr.
fXTt 0 ',', lUir.lun lines or lest firtt
tkret iiu(rliun 1 00
Each additionul inaerlion i!3
Cardtuntytar, ............ .y 5J30
-- A lilttrui Mdwtkn vill' Umudf io per-
raPHt sii crlisiiie by the yeur.
All advertitimtntt juiijubh in advanet or
en etnaPd ,
We lie liti-kiiil to eimite, upon tie
shortest notice, in ll e neatest nmni'ieiaiid on
Iht cheapest term, ell kinds of 1'luin und
Funcy JUu 1 Ill-MiU, st'tn as
'Uill Ihudi,
Jc, cjc.t
CO" W iwietifullj olii.il Uie printing
riruntii;e of our LV'ii.ocrutic liieiub, uiul all
oilier ifiiiiiiing norlj," V in tun comity.
isr ills for lEc ".Mitlinrlicniocrut."
Tk fullowiniiOanlleictn will Btotiv and Eecflpt
lr buLkCi)uoin and iiavariiicoivni, ivx iium it
ftr, lu Vlnibu Count', Ohio.
J. J. AlUtuV,
J. M, hAil'M,
TlTTtlK Col,
J0. LAkH, Sr.,
J. lluil.K,
J, 111 1. 1. I.N.
AliH LK,
llaimlfii Funiice.
ltrrison Towusliij).
NNllKesvillj i
k. F. HEW ITT, Judge o( Probnu Courr
TT.L. hDMIblU.iera Cuni.l'Vat Cuu.
1. A. 15RAT10N rroetuiirin Altofiif j
n n.'Ti&iit;, bii.-i.ir.
JObbl'll iMAlSF.lL, Auditor.
H. PAY Mi, Trobsurcr,
JA.MKS MALOMi, lleioider
tLSO KltilMONL, SurTrjor,
(Taciut,) Coroner.
Couniy (joniniisioners,
e. D.6KA Y, J- lUMiY, & J0.SyAlM
btltool Lxa miners,
. T. U. V. fiHUCIiEY and
IHOJt F U It ft A U L a ,
MjUi the ir l'ottOaite Ac!reSSes
C t R ( l a 1 1 1 LUti. WtHlall, Stew
art tu. Ji.naunt icri. it tte leu
atlitr i lun. Uan.Ueu, llctdi
.ill 1'. O.
Lauh 1 iKt a it., tuu:ev, Uentlrr &
to. .laiilllaL'luirk bt llio btl tballlv
Viviok FikjtLi, Mfaiif, Clark it Co
tianuiiicikiieik ol Ltii juluy ol Fig
lu n. N i i hi ii ruiiKice roki Otine
.ii 1wau, ttte, Tart
Mill fi.n Ullae.
tun b
Lie bAtu FiKKAiE, Bbttlett, Dtia i
Co,, MkiiulkLtuicib ul l he best quulit)
I filron. ioktODae at Allien, 0.
3iKtHAMa Or Jt.T0N, WHO AR
Haalaia in Cry Uovdi Uaidnare, Queiii'ua, Bouta,
katii, Urocn, aic,
iVcAmulb. jclai S. Hawk, J.'K. d-D
W ill, 'ioiiiluiMjii & Co., Owtn Jjond, . A
litalion, J. i. t. LuOte, SsLuiits & lvrji.olds.
, ilAj.iiiN. Luii. Lill, V. V. I. tluru, 11. ii
i. VV.O: W. U. Willttn, Win. C.
iuuir, i. u. r ,
lrBou.- x : Jdm cillen
BlAttr Miller,-Mil-
Ah "TuAaAKT-l'liilUpSulll. ..
...It'BMlLL.-J.UtO-'.- .
UikikiiiiiMiB'o Mai. William lisue.
FlkNlTU.fi r. Ii O 0 M s
McAuthi'R. E. P. Uothwell.
... - -
McAkthurCJ. ii. Yill. :
ilAHULN. Duvis & Collins.
iIke& H.I.K. tline & Uarduer.
"Boot and siOE stokLs.
McArtii i R.-J. (5. Sweiluml. 15. C. Cogswe
Alio rucj at Law,
Will practice in Vinton and adioiuiue coun
ties. Oflite three doors West X)l the l'Obt
Oflice. , - ' '
Feb. 9. 1852. 34 tf
. Allonievs. at Law.
Will practice in pBrtnen-hipinVintoriCouii
iy. unite, tour uoors eusv oi oibsun m nui
berl'a Hotel. :
Eeb. 21. 1854. ' Iy9.
AX to rncy a t. La y,
! - McARTHUR. OHIO, - . '
WILL practice in Vinton and adjoining
counties. Office, one door east of the
Court House. ' ' -'
n ft n n n n if o. nn
Oil L) b U 0 V a UUl
f ftinnnCinrt'litpTrliiVn-iS.
,-.)..6Sl87Watr S! f'BV,r0RKJ4
' Fcbuary 17, '54. 1 r. . ,
'nil a w. DIUISII! i. I rm ! r. n i , . m
' - -" " ' " , , ..n.gv. V.Bljf ,
AMI A. I nBa.aua.a a t m f
j I D DEALERS IS- p :n
on hmoiiHi .Pous wish-
X '
e". a 1 n . .. .
. aiiu Mac (Miee,
cttotnt the pot orrtcc.
13ASSENGERS who stop at this House,
can Inks lli Com Ii everv mmninir Inr
Cl.illiroil.e, to Bjfr's Sietion, tl.mieby Kail
Koad; also, every morning for Alliens, and
other joints South und Eu6t.
The rror rietcr assures all who farorhlm
with call, that mi n.eana will be spared to
make .them coinforlaUe and r diaries to
sun ma iiuiea. ju!y27, M.
J. n, Mumuim.
'merchant -Jifilor,"
Sliirts, Umbrellas, . Cravats,
Bosoms. Suspenders, Scarls,
Collars,' . Under Shirts, Drawer's,
Stock, Gloves, Hosiery, &c,
Ko'-. IS, 1853. ly,
c ? TiAcy. f, j. 0Aiu.
C, P. TRACY & CO,,
Manvfucturers and Whohsah
One tleor below P. Rliinry it Co' Blink,
J rout Street, tOltTUMOVlll, 0.
April 27, lb5D. ly.
II. II. J 0 11 . S 0 . , .
KtdicnI.Tlicologiciil, Blank nndlUiift'la-.
ncout BaKi, stationery and Wall Tap T,
.Books received, from the Eastern Mar.
ketat their earliest publication, or ordered
wwn desired.
klv. A D. YilL,
Ili'lS, l"Al"S. 1MUTS, SHOES. PfiUlJUCK,
At., Ac, Ac , -'-Main
Street, McArthur, Ohio.
ms. run Trade, im:
il. 0. SKOLL,
ccois, clo-jhimgAeoots
AM) M10LS. llAlS,
. (Jc.CiC.
IE now prei'tired to M-pily M'irhaiVs ond
Furnaie Piorrietors. wnhal! eriirl..
his Hue at fuir rrices and upon reasoimliln
terms. " His stock is new, lare, and well As
sorted, Bud will be sold invnriably at Chi
cinnati jiriccs. aug. 30 2ni.
(Sucrrssorof OnKes & Buskirk.1 '
AND . '.
FRODL'C r IfFS, -Buckeye
Blcik, Front Slrrrt.
January 19, 165Jir-tf. .
Si t!i HOLMES,
(Sutvsfot to Smith and Holmes.)
! Till, Sheet ion, and Copper Wares,
Sforts, Grate & Hollow War.'
April 1 1554. ly. . . ..
Wholesale Crocer;
Water St.. between ralnt and.aKt,
.; , chillicotue) ouic v
i Dec. 20, 1855,-ly . ,
Attorney at ,Law,.
J ,: OilUlLI,, JitlSOX icri, OHIO. ;
WILL attend the' vi9 in Jackson,
. Vinton, Hocking. kthens, Meigs,
GaUiaJLwfenoeScioif7,rii,e, and Ross
counties All buisijess -entrusted lo
his care, -will' b pronfptly aitiindad tp.,
! Pei8ons.erjtitled 'o Lsnd .Warrants',
under .lb late art -fof tonresg; wll) do
well to give biro a call,' is fie tas pecii
.liat. avilitiea foi ottaioiDg the same,,"
I Tb ViKLest Cash ,pxioIJ for Ltpd
WriaBts, pci,sl . estaie; bought and
pg.jiQseu consult
. -. -V rni.T.TT-r.
i luuvi
'jTf, '
y ' r
Sweet Lucy May
A long time since, wheu I was young,'
A fore dig woulunt n.
J i-d to court a colored e,al,
' Jler nsme was Lucy May,
Si.c iiv'J uear by, across d creek
Aniti at de cose obday.
J'd co at least nine tiniest week,
To icvi meet Lucy May.
Oh Lucy, dear! dem days am passed sway,
butlllrtlei iorfett thee, my. own sweet
Lucy May.
. Oh! tov die hesrl would palpitate4
M id tub aaldrrtr nr
, De plai wheie she would always wait,
For diis child to apear.
And den. w id gentle wordsand kiuJ,
1 il coax bei lor to say,
Dt she'd be mine, ani only mins,
My own sweet Lucy .Vay,
She promised datsLe'd be true;
' And ebber lubbin wifaj . . .
Jkuddeij us. both looked forward lo
A long and happy life.
I fixed my little cof up nice,
Madeebry ting look gay.
And only waited to be spliced
To my swotlucy May.
But jist a fore dat iy come round,
JXr snatched her right away, .
And left me all alone to mourn
My own sweet LucyiWay.
Now ebery day I cross de creek,
To kneel upon de clsy
Dt covers all I loved on earth,
My own sweet Lucy May.
bsolem Nippers was a widower.
and one of the particularest men, per-
iu.i ! . . r
nap, mai ever uvea: tiiouglit lome
people siid that wlien his wife was
alive, lie used to dress as common as a
held hand; didn't use to take no pains
with hirnselt at all. In his settlement,
h.9 had a monstrous bad name, particu.
larly among women, who used to say
thai he didn't allow his. wife more
thati one dress a year, and as for a new
shawl or a- bonnet,' the poor woman
didn't know nothing about such tilings.
Every body noticed . bow ho spruced
up about six weeks after Mrs. Nippers
died, and how be went to church reg
ular on Sunday; But they didn't have
any confidence in. his. religion.and
used to say he oojy went to show his
new suit of mourning and to ogle the
g&ls. Old Mrs. Kodgers hated him
like pisou, and sajf that the believed
his poor wife diei broken-hearted; and
as ipr nis pretending to be lorry about
it, bat was' all sham, for she could
tef plain . .enough at the furneral (hat
he liad one eye xa the grave and the
other on the gals, that were there, try.
ingto pick out of them a wife.
Y Mi such a character among the
women il aint to be supposed that he
siooa any sort oi a cuance of getting
another Mrs. Nippers near, home; and
whether he was as bad to his first as
they said he was or not, one thing
was certain, he had to look abroad for
someone to fill her place.
Mr. Nippers was very lucky in find
ing a gal just to his mind what lived
about ten miles from his plantation.
Nancy Parker- was rich, and though
she wasn't very young nor very hand
some, she beloneed to Mr. Ni
curch.atHl filled his eye exactly; so he
sot in courting her with all his
Tep miles was a good long ride.and he
was a very econ omical man, he used
to ride., over to old Mr. Parker's plan
latioR every Sunday morning, and go
to church with thew, and ride home
in the cool of the ttening. In that
way managed to kill two birds with
one stone. jih at is, no advace the pros
pects of hisi hanniness nn flu a oi-il,
and in the world to come, at the same
time, witjMul losiner anv of hi
day timf ' v
,rnmg, iver a dusfyj ; 1
apt to sou a gentleman's dry gtS,ur,and
jiiake him and his horse very tired.
lTr Ninnara rtl.tn't w.:n4 .1.. t.,:
so much as his horse; but in a mat ter
such as he had in - hand, it waavery
iiiiLwiau. mat ne snouia make as good
au impressioa .as possible; So he a
dopterj a plan by which he was able to
present himself before tbe object of
ut xiicuiuiis m oraer wiui nis sun
day coat as clean, and his-blooming
rufjles 81 fresh and neat as if they had
jusi come out or. a Dana-box. This
was a happy experiment, and wbat
nobody but. a widower-lover would
ever dreapi ol. He used to start from
ttiome with his new "c6at and clean
shirt tied up in a pocket-handkerchief,
and after riding within a quarter of a
mile of Afra.' Parker's plantation, h
would turn off into a thicket of chick,
apin bushes, where nobody coojd see
him, and there make his rural toilet. -
One bright . Sunday morning' Jlr.
Nippers hid' arrived , at his dressing
ground. ' It wis an .important pecas-
sioo. :. ivveryiuing was promising, and
be had made up bis . mind 16 "pop the
dueitiotz that very, day.". , There was
up uouui ia ui isioirfuai.ue wouii re
turn home an, Engaged ,'niah, jn be
horse 'tnating 14 .a'ccu tloricd .-.'ar-
of tfrcsj. ; ,;'' ; ';
'Tie lad drorj ed Tin 1
was recRuningover t uimseii me w-1
obcjersl VhL'e he4 wai;'tsltjpj oaJL-,
1 t '
v'; 4'
' 1 11 Rk the 1 buinineita rliia lim "
said Mr, Nippers to himself. ' "HI
on. n:ngr to point before I go
home this nicht ' said ho. At Ii A tin.
tied his handkerchief wuh his clean
rlolhf j, and spread them on the saddle
aV rw
-Wo Ball," taid-he:! baie enlv
ft ot 10 y Uie rords, and wo," said
ut to lus borsa who was rareing and
kicking aLout "wo! .you cussed old
fool! and the busiuea i ii!oit
slick as fallin' offn lou!"
He was drawin? bin uln'rt Avar kia
head whan Ball pave a sudden spring
what like lo mike hinlo his balance.
Wo,' said hebut befpro he could get
his arms out of the sleeves. Rail
wheelins; nd kickin? like nraih .i
something that seemed to trouble him
behind. Down went the clean clothes
shirt andall, on the ground. ''Blast
your infernal picture wo now," saiJ
"'pirs grauoing at tile reius
But before he could get hold bf them
Ball was off like a streak of
ighluin lowed bv steamboats, with
whole swirm of yellew jukels round
his tail. i
Mr, Nirpeis eralbed hold of the
mane and tried ;o stop the. horse, but
it was no use. ' Awav the infuriated
Ball, taking the road he used tu travel
in another moment brought him to
the house. The sales were ODen. and
in dashed the horse, with almost naked
Nippers lianging to his neck, hallooing
"slop him hornets! hornets!" as loud
as he could scream.
Out come the docs, and alter the
horse! They went round and round the
house, scattering the ducks and chick
ens, and terrifv ine the little niters ouf
of their senses. The noise brought the
women 10 me aoor.
"Don't look, Miss Nancv! hornets!
wol ketch hnn!" shouted the unclad
Nippers, as with spent breath he went
dashing out ot the gate again, with the
dogs still after him. aud his horse's tail
switching ; in every direction, .like a
young hurricane. Miss Nancy got but
a gnmps9 oi ner lorlorn Jover, and be
tore sue - could get ' ber apron to her
eyes, she lamtedat the awlu! sight-
while his last receedine voice crvint?.
'hornets! stop him! hornets!" still rung
in iici caia. .
She never seen her devoted Nippers
again. The settlement was to full
hornets after that. . What became o
him nobody knows-but it is generally
ocueveo mat no turned into a Centaur
and n going to this ' day, hollooing
hornets! hornetsl"
yoaioiii mi,., u rareij iu
deed that we b.ve heard anything more
truthfully pathetic than the subjoined
wuicu we una iiamiuu amoue our
eichaiiges' Would that every husband
iu our city mikht lead it,
'Dou't stay loug, husband,' said
young wife teud.rl) iu my presence one.
evening, as ber husband was preparing
to go out. iiie words themselves were
insiguificaut, but the look of melting
louuueta wan wuich they were accom
panied, spoke vcfumes. It told ill the
whole vast deubs of a wciiibu's love
ef bar grief when the light of hiesruile
i be source oi ait tier joy beamed not
brightly upon ber.
Uou i .lay long, hosband,' and I fan
tied I saw loving, gentle wiTe sitting
alone) suxiously couuting the moments
ol her husband s absence, every lew mo
ment, tuuuiug ;o the door to set if he
was in sight, aid Guuing thai he was
not: I tnought I could bsir herexilaim
irig ;a dissppoiuted tours' 'not yet.'
Don't stay loug, husbaudaud I aga
in, thenght 1 could see the young wile,
rockiug nervously in the great arm chair
and weeping as though her heart would
a.k as l.r thiughilett'lord and master'
prolonged his lay to a wearisome
llsnath wf time.
! . . . . l. .. . L. : . .
u, ye ui. iit wives io sa j--.u
iy iuuy when you co for.b, think
,1k l :. J . . .. . r.T t . . .
' iiimij wttcu j uu lie BJingllug
lb busy bive of life, and try, just a lit
tle, to make lUeit bouies and heajrts ban
py fo( tbey are gems too seldom replaced
aou cannot niul auiia tb pleasures
tbe woild. th peace and joy that quiet
oome Di.aseu wuu suQa woman s p.a
sencs will afford' - v .
aJou t way loi.g.nuab.ndr and tbe
young wile's look seemed o saj for
oere in ycur own sweei Cooie, Ut toy
ing heart, whose music it bushed w heu
you are ab.e.oi nera is a soft Irteast,
lor you lo lay yout bead upon, snd hera
are puie , tins uuiOileJ-by sin. ih.i
will pay , witn kisses, jus cdmiui
oats auuo. . V - . ..1 i .
Yocno AiiiaUA. 'taiter,' exclaim:
ed a sou and hopeful heir of a ceulle
man ol our acquaintance, not long siuce
whilt the laier was congiiulatin! the
youth apou bit iniartntts lusbinLhifl
aftio studies, 'ftthM tm in, Asftsricta,
,.v... LL'i.i 'i.. L .. - ' ' t
Ys?U.? exclaioietl youag Ataeiick la
4heghifu( ssap-if r,'whaa J trot U
be a. man. 4 wilt it eWa to )ik it of
you wok'V Pv?" i-AiJvig.,-
,Tbe frgadfiLrent'tuswer s tot
"i "7 JHMafe, re sponaeu tne
tfigbilvrpaiattt. : V : -:i '
VW elli father, io- tin-'tare yo6fv
Hot ablda. ovr tf. -l
I ' Cfo 8pctiTT,V-NS , T y Via ca-flt ie
letause 6.)e is erCl ka jft'i
nf t .o Pfif!- ! is isfi
; , . "'"iicilvt
""d ,-c;,tv: lor'-aft
1 :.(!;, tluooi3.'0SlC
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A TALE FOUNDED ON FACT. The Speech of Mr. Crouthers of
Vn, rniriri
The sp.ech dellre'ed in tbe National
House of Representatives on "Whines-'?
day evei.InB. J.n. 9. 1656, by Mr..Cr
uther., of Missouri, is before us.'and, we
herewith present to oar resden its ma
terial points. Mr. Cox.of Kentucky, in.
terrupted him, snd we give that part ol
the discussion which transpired between
them: . - . ., .
Mr. Coi, intermnUni.l Will tbe
gen'.lemsn allow me to ask him a ques
tion' Loud cries of "Oh. no." Th'
gentlemen has slated tbe reasons why
he cannot co-operate with thore who
are voting for Mr. Fuller, i would lik.
him to tell ms if there is n o gentleman
la the House who has kightrjtofore .greed
.wall. I. 1 . I. ..mI.. .! - - I ' e
whom he could have voted for Speaker?
ana way it was that when my colleague
irem trie Louisville district Mr II.
Marshall.! who is not ahnoxious to the
Charges' he 'brings against Mr. Fuller,
was voted for by the'-Amarican Bortr.
he would notsupport him or some oiker
gentlemen of tbe Ame.ican party! '
Mr. termers. The gentlemen asks
me If there is no whig for whom I might
have voted.' I tell him there is no whig
none, sir. Mr. H. Marshall, who was
Qist voted for by the 'South Americans .'
aa '.hey have been called, is no whig.-
Do you tell me that a knownothine is
whig? Loud laughter, and much an.
plauae on the floor, and in the galleries.
why, sir, (turning to Mr, Coi,)ihe Phil
adelphia convention of last year, iu
their platform, which you have bean
swearing by ever since you hsve 'iseo
member of this Congress, declared that
both the old parties the deomcratie
and the whig were so corrupt that such
pure gentlemeu as they were could not
act with them, and yet you arraign me
as a whig for not having voted for 11,
Moitall, of Kentucky!
Mr. uox. -me gentleman ssys theie
is no wnig upon this Boor Tor whom he
could vote; that party is broken up, snd
that l nave sua so. , , ;
Mi Carulhirs. vjvo, sir. . ...... ,
Mr. Cox. I understand the senile-
men to say thai I bad sworn that it was
broken up, and that I could not co op
irate with it. . I will not co into a dis
cussion of that subject, but I. will ask
the gentleman where the whig party 11
He prolessea to be a whig, au.t yet i
acting with tile democratic party, on
the declaratlOii tbll democratic party,
must succeed, 6? the country rill go to
tuiu. That is the oieauiug of it; aud he
Tirofes.iog to bet whig, seems to be
casting e reflection upon , me because 1
professed, there wtt no whig party,
.Mr Caruthers- Not at all.
Mr. Cox'."- L'"sTo'u''u'lik-fiJ''''kn6w
where the wings party is. I want the
gentlemen to come to the pohit. aud
tell me where it is. Mr friend from Mis
sou ri has been a whig all the time
aud I waul him to lell uie, as he can
where the whig party is in this House.
Mr, Caruthers. I was very unforta
ate iu my remark, if I may judge of it
lathe uiouneri4iwhic.il the gentlemeu
from Kentucky uudeistood me. He asks
me why il was that 1, elected as a whig
bad voted or a democratic candidate
for Speaker upon the first ballot? In that
conuevtiou, 1 understood him to ask me
why 1 had. lut voted for his distinguish
A colleague. I reply to hiiu tun 1 could
be tinder no obligation, as t whig, to
voie for hie uistiuguished colleague, for
he eudorsed a plaltorin which expressly
repudiated not only tbt democratic par
ty, bu. the whig party. I could be uuder
uu obligations to vote for him, ss this
American party was founded upon the
ruiu of both the oihers, The idea of the
Isuguage, which 1 have not before ine:
it, that the praty is established udou
the cirrupiiou of bpib. ILaughter-1 1
am corrtcied, Mr. Clerk, by some ten-
t'emau uear me. I am iutorrned that the.
language is, that the Anieiicau parly
was established uppa the ruin of both
the oilier parties, aud bolt) wert ruined
by their corruptions. Laughter.
Now lo the questiou oftbt ceutlemeu
rrom Kentucky, ilACbi Vi
me bow 1. Drufesai-; i! ,.V Frt&t
could do so tnd so. There he touch.a ...
1 have beeii a whjgjroo, my Hojhopdj
uu -.en iuaigeuueaiai that, whtu 1
first became tu aspirant for pylittsal
ttation 10 the district, which 1 nave .he
uouor . repteseut,. that distriol was
democratic by jour .thqusnd m.jority:
aud I tU biia, m my. peopU.wea kaow
iht iaaU.tha forest, tu my, dittricl
l aever abttea one rudcQf w . whig
d.vo.ion; tnd I cere, wtjatinio xht p9
triacal field to. eniaea ia . n'i w...
wbvA carn4 tbe whig aaner opealy.
r.-r...uiu mj iuvb jor it priuci
lea. I cethhsre, then ast whig.!
The gen iHmen;' tsks tV berohe
)J?W,J,,piabt,ill, bim thtV
was out Pythagoias,' who equrtaiutd
the doctra -pl tkt Vrmumicraluin a(
SQVltraud. lbl ,wken the- whig pny di.
fd thfcour xi bt part'went into the
". rvk'-'iv jwiij, i"-.augnter.r-1
saw Uuring the last' tumner j gret
field of figtn-apeuedyend we weretnlw
juuEsit oa.llooktdOver the whole f ,1.1
ibea fui a whig Beaoef. Mov.cJ iu ri.
lent, gtoriouai'aeuiisstfe. 1 t.';w no v. t '
pacuer. iatre. su ilut cava
.r n
bf teit 4t "hu' 'nh: ; (.
mau 'cirriiigVue v. I, a 1
any eis i:ous TtuJ : i
to 'the iitf Lo'm y: ..
himself, bafi ,;) i,,,
t'uckjf;"U;,t did 1 1-.-',
lanaer un(!er v i
the days ot "JeceiWia w.
JJ'id eeUtld Bobbebsj tbe
I feroucbl to McArthur.
iv. Mi
v-. 1
YnrTAlso, COFFEK.RK:a.MoUBii.8?i
t "-bacco's. kx.; all of which 1 will an.
t tla lowest fK!' E A. Esm
sistramsn of bis limes, the sues I el
oquerM men of any tee, sua tin grestsst r-,
psrty leader of til the worldand ka
roirld rest under it, could 1 Lellev t tbt c '
the whig psrty was still tlveT Sir,
you believt it it detdT
Anecdote of Gen, Jackson
tlit Swiith West the people it :
light lor pin yarnt of Cen. jacksco; (
bis daring, over ef justice, and Iht pre
nipt way ol edmiuieering 'that sr'.iclt
when he found it necesssry, waa aa
the Missippi Issl summer, wh.u I atari
the following story which never hav
ing k.un print. I aend you" for the , .
benefit of the readers of the Spirit of
kibe Time.; . , '.
. Tin General then Judge Jackson, wit .
holding court long lime got in i shta v
lee ik a little village iu Teune ...'a a as! '
dispensing juf.ica in large dos.s, as '
seemtil to him to be require! in the :
cist before him.; One day during court '
a grsat V!klng7eltow armed wtih pit
tols tnd bowit knife, took U upon hinx. -.I
self lo par.de before the Shantae Court
House anif.d n tbe Judee. Jury.
snl til there assembled, ia naai a.i
, - - -
Sheritr.' smig out the JuJit. ia aa
awful tone, a rret that mm fur contempt
of court and co'afine him.
Out goes IhtSkeriiT. but toon ratlin.
ed with word to the Judxe ibat ha haat
fouud it iiuuustibl'a lo take the offsa-
dtt. . V':'. .: .r.-
'Summon a posit thea. 'said tkt JuJrs
and bring him before mi P
The ShetilT put out again, but the ""
tssk was too difficult: he could not. t
dared uot ley bis lund s on the man, nor
did my of vha f os like i Job any ketttr
man ne u ia, as iu. felloe 'beretlcBta
to ihoot tht first ainnk. that, caraa
within ten feet of hira".
At this the Judge waxed wrathr. "ta
have hit authority pot W-defiance bt.
fort til tht good people if tht vlclaity,
so he cried out from thajljencb, (it wit
nieraiiy a oenon.j -'Mr, henh', liiica
you can't obey my ordtrt. tuinmoa as,
yts sir suniomn me!' :r,
'on Judge,' exclsimoitht Sktrif
-,:n, uit, summon me! By tkt Start .
at . I'll set what I can do.'
JWell, Jude, if youssyso, thowi ;
I don't like to do it.but if you will try.
wjiy i suppose i must summon; you.
'Very well.' said Jacksonjrising tot
walking to the door ! idiourutd Ikil
court leu minutrt.' f
Tin ruffan wis standing t short .lis- .
ttnet from the Sbaniee, ia tbe.caatrt J
of t crowd of people, blaspheming at a
terrible rate and flourishing hi wet-v
puns',' v'-awiag deairactiou aoi 44h; 1.- -ell
and singular who should alteiupll
molest him. - v , . '
Judge Jackson walked t.ii caJmly ia
lo the centre of the group, with pistol
in his hand, aud confronted hi in' :
iN'ow said he I looking him straight
iu the eye, 'surrender you iufurual yil- V
lain this very instant or by the Eltinil
I'll blow you through.'
The mm ejeJ the spaker for two- ''
ineui wnuout speaking, tnd then Ut 1
fall his weapons, with the wordt : .
There, Judge. i;-i no use, I give io.'
and suffeied himself to be ltd of by the
Sheriff without opposition. He wat
completely cowed! .
A few days after the occurrence, the .
man was asked by one of hit comradtt :
why he knocked uuder for ont bid, ,
when ht had before refused to allowed
to be taken by a whole company aad '
his reply showed the estimation ia
which the daring and determined spirit
of . Jackson was held throughout tkt ,
country. .' .., .. . ....
Why, said It, 'what bt came up, I
looked bin in tht tye, and by, I
saw sAoot, and there waseu't tAoet ia '.'
auy other eye iu the crowd, tad to I
says 10 myself, says I host, it's about
time to ting small and sol did"
Anecdote of Gen, Jackson Ravages of Wolves in Iowa--Two
Persons Devoured.
bi- " . .5J,ll
sometime put, tht wolviiioPoU
Owing t-jth-..MfN!s : xqU w ttthtt
tawatttrait county have becomt danger.
out neignoors. rpuitryyard aid shesa
folds have been robbed to t fiigbtful
extent, and in several instance! tht hun
gry beasts have not beta inclintd to-spare-tht
humta species. '
About three, weeks' ago, a' saaa waas.
returning from a. prayer mea44ng, aceaia. . v
pauled by hia'two daughter!, oneiix
teen tod the other twentj.thret yttrt of ' sir
Igt. The were all riding, the etHf'''
hone,-whoa suddenly pack of woUm. '
assaiUi them. anil, . being uuablt to tt
tape by .flight, they . tttemptid to dtf
tuA "tbemselvei . ut Hbe feroclottaA .
kratea aitackfd iht horae,' iindtriog'-v -him
tanman.geablt, Th atdtst fiaugV"
ler was partis thrown and partly drif '
gedWtha creund, aud intltatlf dayout
eu... inn uaoieu ia itiner oa oiner
were too a mastered tat onou mir.i : '
iug tu ha spot jBothinjr was fonts?, by
osseshoC, laia vtry leir rt-)'.ni!l if l'.
unfortunate girlVcloihi- s;, . ' . , j, .
-A! k of aboat, lb in van -.! '
lt .lmnej's livuse ti . v;' .; s " .
smiilj t'.ii'b-Wjas eb'jsil U. ; . , ; ,
taut, allic
lath' time uu!"
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