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;.r WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1861.
-election of Jfidces.
' It should be remembered that this important
election will toon be upon us, and every voter
4 should be prepared to casta judicious vote.
".This j we are glad to see; is to be no contest Tor
r the success of partizan schemes, but is to be de
cided entirely upon the merits and qualification?
of the aspirants. There are ten candidates for
v the .Supreme Bench many of them pcessiitp
eminent qualifications for the omee. Some are
Whigs and some are Democrats. $fot as to their
political persuasions, we hear no enquiry. For
the election of our Circuit Judge, there will be
no contest.' Judge Well, (he present tncum
bent, has given general satisfaction during the
. time ha habeen acting in that capacity, and will
.' be elected without opposition , Ho is a geoe
man of sterling integrity, a sound lawyer ami
"nuke a most prompt and efficient offiqer
r In regard o the SopremefCoUrt, witliout any
.-desire to disparage Uie claim. of others, we must
ay, the legal acquirements and sound judicial
mnd of Judge Naplon, in addition to bis hones
Try," industry and enlarged experience, peculiarly
.fit turn for the important trust, which tormany
yean he has filled with signal ability and honor.
' Judge. William Scott islao a gentleman of fine
attainments, and makes an able and enlightened
1 Judge.' He was very Improperly removed two
' years ago, by the one man power, and he de-
serves to be reinstated' by the people, for whom
lie had. acted as an honest and impartial officer.
..The published opinions of Napton and Scottn-
litle them to an elevated rank among the jurist
of .the land,- . And to them perhaps, more than
to any ethers, are we indebted for the character
and standing of the judicial decrees of the State
of Missouri- . .
Hamilton R. Gamble, of St: Louis, is' a law
yer of distinction, whose reputation and acquire
ments entitle him to much consideration in the
coming election. These three men associated on
the Supreme Bench, Missouri might well be
prouaol ner judiciary.
v, - . PeunsyHjsla PoliUcs
The Whigs f Pennsylvania have re
nominated Jtdtnsoif'or Governor, aud by
in doing, Irave committed' themselves to the
Free Soil doctrines flf the North. As Mr.
Wvbstsaid by the nomination of General
Taylor it was one"iiot lit to be made."
The Whigs of that great State, by this act,
have separated themselves from Mr. Clay
and his friends. Tlrej have taken a pup
(ion antagonistic to the doctrines of all thfc,'
conservative men of their party. Notwith
standing the" Convention adopted a resolu
tion declaring its willingness to stand by
the Compromise; Measures, yet its action
Iniirilv UrAnlaima a pnntrurV nnr.lriniR at.' ' .. . 1 ....
.v , . .an eviaencertliat the "lnnr and hitter war.
. d -. r , . . . n '
i) in ins speech oeiore the von with which the party was threaten
i A Good Sign. " !
The Jefferson Inquirer responds favors
bly to the remarks we uttered a few weeks
ago, in endorsing the sentiments, of an ar
ticle from the St. Louis77me,in relation to
the "Duly of the Democratic party ,' and
the necessity of Its re-union. The Inquir
er desires a union of the party, and says
that if brought about it must be both divis
ions abstaining from abuse and denunciation
tl ?ach other, by eivine un nreiudices a
gainst men aad uniting upou principle. It
should have none further and said prejudi
ces fur and against men. The man who
causrd the division of the party can never
oe an t-irmrM at its union. Nevertheless,
as far as it goes, we hail this conciliatory
spini oi in inquirer with pleasure. It is
vention, applied the term "kidnapper" to
those who are wiling to aid the southern
man in retaking his fugitive slave and en
forcing his rights nnder the Constitution-
speaks cf the repeal or amendment of the
fugitive slave law as desirable and only
submits- to it because "law and order" re
quires it at hi Jiands, and uses terms of
contempt and ridicule for those who have
taken the side of the Union and the Conati-
t- - ( -
tution. Gov. Johnson was known to be op
posed to these measures, by his whole
course of conduct during his present term
of service. The Legislature of his State,
at the last session passed an act repealing
the obnoxious law on its statute book, which
refused the authority of State officers, and
the use of its jails for the safe keeping of
fugitive slaves. 'This law had been justly
complained-of by the southern states, as an
aet unfriendly in its character and violative
of the spirit of the constitution and the laws
party was threatened is not
to be prosecuted; and that peace and unity
are to tawe tire place of wranling and divis
We have heard a rumor that he who pre
sents the only real obstacle to a union o
Uie paity lias left the States md to return
We areoiow encouraifcd to believe this is
. . . : " : .
tm V r,lst !t "5 nd if so, the next
lectihn will witness the Democratic party
oi Missouri united and triumphant.
the Union, determined to repeal the ill-ad
yised and objectionable act, and replace the
state in the elevated position she should oc
cupy . as the "keystone of the arch" ot the
union. This luw Governor Johnson refus
ed to sign, and gave it a pocket veto, there-
j ct r i t . y ueieaune lis enaciraeoi. rrociaiming
,-uug r. . sicono., wno , wen Known oppo,;,, o ,e Jaw he re.0mina-
most of our citi4eus, is also af candidate, and en ted and b, seDliroents are enthusiastically
joys the reputation of having made an able and cheered by the convention,
efficient Judge." Many of his' published opto- Resolutions in support of the fugitive
tons, whilst acting as Judge of the Supreme, sla ve la w, were introduced and voted slows
We take the above from the Hannibal Courier
of the 3d inst. It is upon a subject deeply in
teresting tp the Democratic party. Every mem-i
oer of .the party must deeply regret the dissen
sions and heartburnings that have caused the
prostration of its principles in this State. No
thing but a continued defeat Can attend the pre
ent state of affairs. We conceive it to be the
duty of individuals and presses, who pretend to
desire the advancement and promotion of the
principles which lie at the foundation of the re
publican faith, to shake off the foolish prejudices
fthicb drive them into error, and to assumes
nnnilinn riPAininni?it Kv t-nAn aiuf Inrfific-fl tin
oi congress. i ne legislature, animated oy tmlh p.. ,.,, m :nvar:flhlv ihp ,.,
I . I I l r IT . - i . . i . . . - - --- - a - j --- -
mm khiu iceiiiiK which can ione preserve,.,, , , . ,
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. Court, exhibft deep research abd a familiar ac-l
ouaintance with the law. ,
There are others who are favorably known as
fenctitianers, tad who, if elected, Would proba-
My be able to render a faithful discharge of their
, , duties. i
Plaak. Road fleeting.
bv a msioritv of about three to onek - j. V.
The Democratic Convention took itfohg
grounds in lavor oi Uie wnoie ter.es or com
promise measures, and obtained from Col.
Bieler. their nomioee for Governor, cleat
and decided declaration, tbalif JfAtefi
would carry ouf 4lieirprvirieie" l,V
faith. ' It U well known that without a ln -
RimTl-rf it,.t . 't,ir J mJi toth'fo' execuUon of the rugitive slave law, by
ba hel,atWl,GreemoBFrid.v M,t- IlU wLicb ,.0U.l!,er?? raV tnW .,he. TW
-v a ... t . (guarantied to them by the constitution, the
oe company wm maae enons 10 Union wHj nnMt , withfttnd the ,,0ck
organise on tnat dayror some day shortly there
ater, preparatory to a beginning of the work
A smalt amonnt of stock is yet wanted, when it
is eonteapisted the , subscriptiouwill be amply
Buacient to complete the road from bere to Bow
ling Green. It is quite likely that some stock
will be taken on the day of the meeting. There
should be a large number present. Let those
who have already subscribed attend, in order to
encourage and" promote the objects of the meet
rig. VThose who have not yet taken stock, should
be there availing themselves of so favorable an
opportunity to enrol their names on the books of
Foostb or Jolt. This great anniversary
was appropriately celebrated by the citizens of
our county; At Frankfort, there was a barbe
cue, where a large number of persons attended.
Judge Fagg delivered an oration, which is spot
en of in the highest terms. At Prairieville,
large audiencs assembled in the Church to bear
an able and eloquent oration delivered by Col
Minor. In the evening a ball was given bj Col.
X&Bey, which passed off in the most pleasant and
agreeable style. The. Cotillion party at Bow
lug Green, given by Mr. Elain, could not have
Ims xealisV peaJtdvied!y when we
ay, it was decidedly the farty of the season.
The Udies (bless their souls) wsrfaere charm-
ing then' usual. AH were gsyhsppy and de
lighted; 'Fanatics asy talk of Undoing the
' Union; but who would not rather think of con
fuamsQng a. imios upon aa oocasion of this sort ?
IjMthM at kot been ascertained that
Gaorge Galphio, the recipienl of the $190,
000 npder the adainutratioa of Geo. Tay
loiad tike aKoiranceraf whose claim placed
in the packet of air.Crawford.Secretary of.
Waf at that time, so- handsome a fortane,
wJ a most Tamonj tory of the American
reroJtUion--that 4a Jived with the Indians
of Jeorg?i, traded with thtm, and cheated
tbejri'oat of a Urge fortuoe, that hen the
rev otutidn broke ot he joioed the British
and vith. his Indiaa aui ss and various cut-
throats and iobiiDdrelf, eecame the' terror
of the whoje eouatry .trosnd. hint '
: Ts Biver. After visieg nearly 12 kjch-
ff daring fut week, bari)dVf..eoftmenoed
rteec.Bg u good eareeit. It If ftuiog from
.. j-ti datrn,aad vratcpa esj rorjaae
-r ljfz& wiihio lit htski.
The exasperation of the south will be goad
ed and driven beyond the bounds of longer
forbearance. ,The issue, then, in Pennsyl
vania is, Union or disunion! We hope the
result may prove favorable to the honor of
the state and the interests of all.
23"The Canton (Mo.) Reporter says,
that not more than half a crop of wheat will
be raised in North East Missouri. Tilat it
has been injured by fly, rust,scab and cheat
whilst the contiuued wet weather has
greatly injured the growiog crops of every
iup are urosen, nairea oi ine most vindictive
character frequently ensues. Io proportion as
the former attachment was strong, so the strife
often becomes the more deadly. Then it is that
truth loses its swsy for a moment, and error!
lilies supreme. Passion and prejudice assume
a dangerous power, and the mind, blinded and
goaded on by their evil promptings, resolves to.
seek its objects regardless of consequences.
The rest cause of the dissensions existing in
(he tarty, is now removed. We believe that
cause iaremoved forever. A contest about men
is always attended with a departure from prin
ciple, and a departure from principle will inva
riably result in the defeat of any political party
that becomes involved in the error.
The' friends of Col. Benton Were really oppo
sed to many of the views advanced by him in
the last canvass. All disliked the arrogance and
haughtiness of his demeanor, and the impetuosi
ty of his temper. Hut few coincided with him
in his wild denunciations, prompted rather by
private revenge, than a conscientious duty to the,
public. But seeing nothing in the beginning of
the controversy, which they retarded of iiffi
cient importance to caue them to abandon him.
their feelings became enlisted in his favor, and
the contest waxing Warm by opposition, his fu
ture errors were overlooked, and the dangerous
vortex of Freesoiliaia, to which his public course
was rapidly lending, was thus entirely undiscov
ered. He has now withdrawn from amontr us.
seeneT Air at i
" CorraponJenci of'iht Banner.""
, Notes by tbe Way. - -,
May 29A, '51 Moniicdh Seminary- Work
men now placing the iron rails on the track be
. TT - H ..Lull .liu llll. yVMHf BlljJIIKVIjMr
forma me that the grade of the R. R. from the
depot at Alton for the first mile is 70 feet, and
that an immediately succeeding section is still
steeper. An 18 ton engine, he says, can draw
160 tons up a 70 le t grade to the mile, at rate
of 15 to 20 miles per hour. ' Ripe strawberries
on table here, (ireen peas and bests on is. is.
yesterday. Weather oppressively hot, both day
& B. Prairie Slate. Peoria, .Peoria Lake
a much smaller body of wider than the maps had
led me to expect, notwithstanding the extraor
dinary rise of water which at this time (June 1 Ve
nub, tl nim r tl.ii lu-iM. it. 20 fci-t "ff Barcelona 57, air bO at 0 r. . ' Li
above low water mark. The little towns and woraei, as we tua nesicujc- -
houses on the low banks of the river below, areiR"?4 numbers of msjestie sailing ships, lom.
mostly one story nnder water; hut Naples, the " wee masis, origs, scnooners, Ke.
present western terminus of the road, (snd where ea 18 " one view near Chicago.
noon on thii laV aZZLal
7 60water 69. f In -the river aW'
The above appearance coniishuj K
shore the whU r tL- . V
Vice,'., ,. th. wmfrhiKVZ;
eyes could only reach a part of the WT 1 -
Jrou- Atioble town at the south e-Lrf -lake
and 18 miles frost Lake Erie. , T
dwn the mer from Detroit, water Vj .s ' !
bO at 4 f. at., the warmest weather 1 ? tTVJr
since we left Pelru ,Balow MaJaenUiR)
water in Lake Erie tJ2-near the nU. v uL'l
ry'i i victory" 62. I happen to think U Was lull
terJiere en a certain lOUi.Seambe - T -
?"ky 8ttHlf way hetwaaa OcTsUad fa
Buflakij just passed through atiiff-taeyqjiT; .
The swells of the Lake, crowEilmK -.:.-
caps," exhibit a magnificent spea. Wates
off Barcelona 57, air 60 at 6 r. . i i s -a
Monitor of the fPest. Wo have received a
No. of this new paper published in St. Louis,
tri-weekly, in French and English.' It is
edited by Salard'de Lane .Marqatt and
Charles C. Rozier. It is neatly gotten dpi
and we wish it much success.
I saw a train of cars come in from Jacksonville
and Springfield,) Meredosia, Beardstown and
Pekin were hi'ch and dry. Peoria is a smaller
town, and the buildincs are not so large and cost
ly ss I had supposed, but its location is delight-
- . .aa in
lut. and natrrre seems to nave exerted nerseu in
surrounding it with the most lovely landscape.
Yesterday mrrctiry cot up to 85 in the air.
sod 70 9 in the water at Naples. To-day at 9
A. M.. 70 in the air, and 71 in water of the river.
At o P. M we reached Lasalle and Peru,
two towns on the north sttfYoflbe river, extend
ing some miles along the bold 'elevated bank,
thinly scattered houses and no well defined line
of demarcation to tell us where Peru ends and
Lassalle begins. Fare tu this pliice $5 a piecej
accommodation cood enoii;h; but traveling on
this river will make a Missouriun proud of our
Keokuk Packets. Here I learned that the roads
had been rendered nearly or quite impassable
by the rains, and took Canal Packet "Prairie
State,' fur Chicsgo, 101 milt s, over which we
floated, by horse power, in 22 hours. This is a
noble ditch, designed originally 'ur a Ship Canal,
and cut on the north section 18 feet deep through
beds of regularly stratified rock, fur the purpose
ot getting below 111 level ol Lake Michigan.
Tins plan, alter incredible ubur was wasted,
was abandoned, and liuse pumps, propelled by
two Meam engines of 12 moiiMrotis butlers, are
made to throw 13.000 cubic feet of water per
minute from the Chicago creek, six feel high
into the canal, when the feeder, on the timit lev
I, some 15 miles from the city, gets ton low,
This Canal, passing through apparently an or
dinary prairie formation, lilhW! thp bed of what
must rnre have been a mighty river, which con
veyed the waters of Ltike Mi-higali to the Gull
of Mexico, till it was dried up ly a Union oldie
two lakes at the Straights or Mai-Linnw. The
rocky banks of this ancient rivef t.ihil holdl)
out, runninj parallell with each other, deeply
marked with water lines, resrinMinir tntiuh the
eastern shore ol the MiUirpi above Alton,
but the distance from one bwiik to the other
proves tht this must have been a touch larger
river than the nlisMssinpi. -
CAiVsjro. Here for Ihi first t wiIommmI
a specimen' of tjonk roiJst otherwise street
paved with plank. Drnyi and rorruirrs pa M
noi-ielcstlv that one sct lislotned to the din and
clatter of St. Louis, can hardly realise that he i
in the midst cf one of its great romitierciat ri
val. Weather has erown cnUK wmwr t-loilies
indinpt-nsahlr water in Chicago crt-rk CU c , in
the lake near by 54.
June 4lh. Took passage on steamer Stiltna,
which they say coi $95,000. Weather cold
rsniDr all day from 48 to 52.
Jimr ;!. nf Shihoigan, we have tourhed at
Waiike-an. Kriiosha, Racine snd Milua'ikie.
Ail hd been to-day sLout as it was jesterday,
and the water near the Shore 52.
Errning. 'JO miles south of Manitan tIand,
one Mil, re ol the lake lust iIi-remaMe. .W ,:,
water US) wind" slill iiorlluily. j ni.ti just
jumped overhiwrd, in a hi of ddiriuiu Irni.t lis.
hogs to produce more filth?
and it remains for the party to re-Unite upon ' Kve is deep ami cold, and hi. late a I. -on
mii "iiw ussrc iiiv n is.1 aiiriii";i a is a a ft iva
principle, disregarding bim'as all other men.
fPrentice, of the' Louisville Journal,
being asked whether he was for or against
the Bloomer dress, replied: "We are deci
dedly a short dress man. It is not in our
power to piss much time with the ladies ,and
we wish during our brief opportunity, to
see as much of them as possible."
Counterfeit Coin. Gold dollars, quarter
and half eagles, well calculated i o. deceive
the bst judges, are in circulation iri differ
ent towns and cities in tbe East, Businessv
men should be on their guard, as the oper
ations of trade will bring, them west. '
2?"Mr. Webster in his Abingdon speech
in 1848 used the following language:
Suppose now that all of us who are
bigs should go and join the Freesoil party,
what would be the result?. Why so tar
nothing would happen, but that the whig
a i a - m ,
party wouia nave cnangea its name, mat
would be all. We should be there exactly
upon the same principles upon which we
have already stood: but then they propose
to eo further, and do that which 1 agree
Hmnibnl and Si. Joseph Railroad.' A fire.
per cent.. call will be made upon
rrr ra Uje J9th. This Jookr. like business
CHFAt" PojTAClc. On Tuesday, 1st inst.,
the new postage law went Into effect, and
hereafter the price of transporting letters
and papers through mail is greatly and ef
fectually reducedt Letters not Weighing
over one ounce are at the rate of 3 cents, if
pre-paid, 6 cents if not pre-paid anddou
ble these rates for every additional half
Weekly papers circulate free in the
county wherein they are published.' Out
of the county, and not over fifty miles, five
cents per quarter over fifty and not exceed
ing three hundred, 10 cents per quarter;
over three hundred, and not exceeding one
thousand miles, 15 cents per quarter over
one thousand and not exceeding two thou
sand miles, 20 cents per quarter; end so on
in proportion. Semi-weakly double, tri
weekly, treble and daily, five times as
By this arrangement country, subscribers
will receive their newspapers at little or no
cost. We hope to see a reform pervade the
whole reading community, and a more lib
eral and extended patronage extended to
the press. We are living in the midst of
an intelligent and commercial community,
and it behooves each and every one of us
to keep pace with these times of improve'
ment and go-aheadism, if desirous of suo-
would be a great change that IS to putfeeedintr: and here can this information he
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Mr. Webster is said to be good authority
V t I 1 . .1 . At '
amoag me woigs, aooui uui umt.
better acquired tfisn through the Press!
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'23We learn from Uie St. Charles Chro-
notvne that the cholera is racioeat Cottle-
the atockhold-r6 ' county.yThe health of (he city
of St. Charles igojbd.
jierale'' use of a once fashionable thougii uelcs
tith June JIifcAinow. Early in the morn, air
48, water near the island 4U. Apple trees put
ting out their leaves, but saw no blosoin.
Strawberries and red currants in Llotjin. Blos
soms of red cherries timidly looking out of their
envelope, as if in lear of a visitor f rom the north
pole. Vegetation of all kinds, trees and shrub
bery appear sickly and small.
Saint Clair River Have passed through an
other great inland sea, Lake Huron. Weather
foggy most 'of the way.- Kurometer ran down to
29 inches on the lake, and Capt. Appleby, con
sequently! was on the alert for a squall, tho' I
think 29 cannot be much below the true range
of the instrument here, as we are near 800 feet
above the level of the ocean. Temperature of I
air near midway between tins and Mackinaw at
noon 43, water 42. It is remarkable that it has
been a littls colder at noon most of the time on
the lakes than at sunrise,- and that air and water
are usually 'about the same temperature.
Both banks of this beautiful river are dotted
with houses, mills, ship yards, &c, with well
cultivated farms in the rear; but prejudice need
nave no pan in convincing the traveler that Jena
than gives higher evidence ol industry and en
terprise than John Bull, who owns the farms and
villages on the left side of the river. .
Slopped at the town of China, lo take in Coal
Here saw men barrelling up fish, tesembling the
Mackinaw Trout, and a small fish in shape and
color of the celebrated White fish, but not half
as large. Trout I saw that weighed 50 pounds,
but these pickerel, as they call them, would not
weign nve, out i saw ine trout aa small. 1 hey
sell them here, when pickled, at 4 J50 ner bbl.
Head of St. Clair Lake. tide we have an en
chanting prospect before us One is reminded
of the fabulous story of thaElysian Fields. The
mirrior-jike surface of the- lake ia dotted with!
islands, rising scarcely above the water itself.
quite as level, and covered with the nshest ver
dure; while in the distance, on the west shore
of the lake, stretching-off to the south as far as
the eye can reach, continuous villages or cottages
of anowv whiteness deck the1 atmarentlv nar.
row lawn contiguous to the water, while rich
umbrageous and unbroken forest ' in tha back
ground towers anajesticilly above lit-lovely
if. C1...... ..it . .
uvi iu, van jua tell US wnai C"f
become of the ordinance' once passed b
our city fathers, in regard to hogs ceaerV
allyr- l recollect that about 12 months ieV
a great fuss was kept up, between the ho
and anti hog parties in town, and thaHaaJ. ,
u t-onsiaoie. oacxeo DV llronr nfk2 -
ity, triumphed over all opposition, d peal -
ncu uiem up, o uie great reiier ol detent
propla. ; . t;
Unless this ordinance has been reeeaLwC -
I would like to urge upon those interest! '
(the officers) to reassume the good work ol ,
penning up, Knocking down and drsgginp
This is no place far them and tfie longer
it is tolerated.the worse the matter be comet
until ultimately the town will be'eome m
perct hog pen. It is difficult to travel
the streets, without runnino- foul nit sarin i
plow handles! What is the use of arrinky
ling lime and adopting other sanatory regji
illations, whilst the streets are' filled with
Col. Bijuton. The Washington cerres
pondentof the New York Herald, ftjf the
7th inst., gives the following accotintpf the
present employment of Col. Benton: f ;
Col. Beuton has relumed to this citvfrons
Missouri, and is engaged upon a politA'al
history of the United States. for the Jast
thirty years, including an inside view oft ho
politics and politicians for that period J-be.
ginning with the Missouri CoinpromuV,and
ending with the late Senatorial elecba in
Missouri. It can hardly fail to be aiTUter-
esting work, particularly the secret history
f the annexation of Texas, the eletMV f
John Quincy Adatns,tke defeat of theBank,
and the defeat of Van Buren in the- Balti
more Convention of '44.
If he teJLj thm trutU aUal hia iiiVijauiij
and tergi versions, i( will at least Jtrove an
acceptable Llfeiing to the youog politicians
of the country as a fearful warning,' that hie
example should not be followed by them.
23The iltintiihfrl Courier says that the
cholera is not half so alarming in thai city
as reprf seuted hbnuro. We are glad A be
assured of this fact, for it was general!ya-
dersiood, that all who were spared in Hab
mbal, were deserting the place, and sam i
ning for life." . !
Immcnsr Fasvu on the GovermmcV'
We are in possession of the name of a narfv
who is charged with having committed a
ft and on our General Government, nnder
which he has obtained nearly a half a mil
lion of dollars without a shadow of right.-'
The whole evidence by which he obtained,
this immense sum, he is stated to have con
fessed, was false, and the Government are
now in possession of the information which"
will probably lead to the arrest of the guilty
paity, who is about to leave the country fof
Europe. For prudential reasons we sup
press for the present the name of the pattr
implicated. N. Y. Express. r
77ie Crops. The Muscatine Enqaiifr
says: "1 he wheat and oat crops look r
markably well.and if nothing yet befall then,
a good turn out my be relied upon bv cur
energetic farmers. The corn, so tar as Me
have seen, looks 'down,' though shoaJd iha
season yet prove a favorable one, there till
no doubt be an abundance. - , f
vertixer says: . . . . J
"Ine wheat harvest has. never, bem to '
rich asthe present season in this fiction of '
country. , The weathes hai bean ve dry .
and pleasant, so that the crop baa be well
securred- The past week has been 4 busy
ana mieresungoneior the Iwtmtw'J
Oh, thuat ou me when thou, art gsy
n'hen friends shall an thee sil;t
" " pleasure crowas arouaa yy wsy
And siren charma bevuilaT
Ml' . i .
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Jbh, think on me when all is brbu!
f And beautiful to thee -
When thy bad heart bests wih jfeHght, '
Bestow onetkougbt-on me ; ' """
One lingering thought oh gie to me. '
. sTwill swell my deepdefotioo; '
' rwfll still the tumult of sy Jfcart,
And calm y wild emfcan...t, -
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For theealonfhis heart rtairbeU, r
Fcr t)iee these tears ifcallfJoW, ,.: ,
And thv fond nam Ml hit nbmI.'1 .
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