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JACKSONYILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1858.
Independent on all Suitctif and devoted
It tt itit Intcrutt ef Soultern Orrgon.
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Business Cards. '
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SIS, EUjVE IB BILA(DEijiry evening 1 see In their beds
TNtr. . A "Inker's doicn" of curly beads.
to suit customers. Orders solicited.
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DILMAllD AND DIIINKING
cnei or ciuron.vu axnoRcooxmicirrs,
JACKSONVILLE, O. T.
Opposite Esgle Hotel,
KKRHVVILLE, O. T.
January 1, 1B33 I if
DBS. BI(H)KS & T10MFS0I,
Physicians an4 Sargcoas.
OFFICE "Jacksonville Drug Store"
oppooile L'nion liousa.
(ry"A constant supply of Drugs and
Patent Medicines always on hand.
Late of Sacramento.
it. J. laWJLTT,
EA1M0I & LOiTT.
Corner of Montgomery aud Commer
(Orer Banks & Bull, Bankers,
Mnn Pp.nrlirft. fnt.
ton btt, Commissioner for Louisiana
V y 0410 ... ..
1. B. 8IELLIIG,
Oflieo on Fourth street, adjoining tbe
Juttiecs' Ofiices, opposite Post Office. Yre
U. Cul. 29tf
Attorney and Counsellor at Late,
WILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS In
tho Third Judicial District of Ore-
At Kerbjville, Oregon.
Jama f7 llf
W. C T'YAULT,
Attorney and unsellor at law.
And Notary rnbllc fur Jackson Co.,,
Will practico in tho Supremo and Dis
trict Courts or ilia Territory.
Office adjoining the Printing Office,
Jacksonville, O.T. llf
1. S. B1EIAI,
A TTOttXE Y-AT-LA I J'.
OTFICE At his
Are taken by
On the tbe Hill, scar tfeevld Farvon.ge,
Written for tho Skxtom.
O, Send the Loved Oho Home.'
nr writ, nrxmc aiuhm.1.
Upon the lonely beach alio stood
A gentle mother, weeping wild
And gazing out upon tho flood,
She prayed for her long absent child.
She wrnng brr hands and cried aloud
As far out on the ocean's foam
She saw a stately rcascl proud
"0, Father send the lorcd one borne.
Allured to that far distant land.
His wild, ambitious thirst to sate,
He has no fund maternal band
To soothe him In affliction's strait.
0 wilt thou bear a mother's prayer,
And let ray own dear Willie come
To drire nway this load of care ?
Say, Father, send (he lorcd one home.
"Not all the wealth tj Willie seeks
Though he might gain bis fond desire.
Can tiring the bloom hack to my cheeks,
Nor gire mine eye Its native Ore.
But tho' the lustre to mine eyr.
And rune to my checks lie er come,
All tin, I'll bear It patiently,
Wtlt thou but send the lorcd one homo.!
"Not all the heaps of shining gold
In California's myriad rills.
Could crcr bribe me to withhold
This anguish which my bosom litis ;
Nor can It erer buy of joy
Enough beneath the hearen's blue dome,
To pay me for my darling bor
O, rather, send my Willie Lome.
" 1 would that all this bitter woe
Was from my aching bosom drlren ; ; I
lint should we nerer meet below, j
O, Father, may we meet in hcarcn !
Ye, tbo' we nerer meet on earth,
May we to that blest haren cetnc.
Where grief and sorrow find no "birth
here all our happy kindred roam."
Winn's l'allry, Jan., 1638.
"A married ladr of thirty odd,"
cicrj niuruiog utj miumucn gr-c
j The patter, patter of twenty-six feet:
Thirteen Utile hearts are always in aflutter,
, Till thirteen little mouths are tilled with
bread and butter ;
Thirteen little tongue are busy all day
And thirteen little bands, ttilh doing some
i! Till 1 fain am to do.
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) With an energy, too,
1 As did the old woman that tired In a shoe,
And when my poor husband comes borne
from his work,
I Tired and hungry, aud fierce as a Turk,
What do you think is the picture be sect ?
i A legion of babies, all in a breeze
jobtiny a crying.
And Lncr a slcblnc.
' And worn-out mamma, with hair all a firing;
I Strong jmd angry William ticating little
Charley in the pantry, fating currant jelly;
Blchard strutting round In papa's Sunday ,i
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TI.rrY at ttio rials, with
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noUU finger, crushed when Susy
.ht. it., .tnnr ,
Mitigates their aching with a rorty-pounder
Baby at tbe coal bod, hurries to begin
Throwing In his mite in tbe universal din J
Alas t my lord and master, being rather
, weak of nerves, he
Begins to lo his patience in the stunning
I topsy turvy,
Aud then tbe frightened little ones all fly to
1 mo for shelter;
' And so the drama closet aid a general bel-
I tvr .k.lt.r. I
I'll give you my name, lest you tbiuk me a
I myth, i
Yours, Tory respectfully, Mrs. Johri Smith. '
teeu A clergyman wboVa. "consoling a
I.young widow on the death or ber bti.bend,
"spoke In a very verlous tone, remarking
"snoke In a verr
"that be was "one or tbe few. Sucb a jewel.
w --'-- ...B.
jora Christian you cannot find bis equal,
! you well know." Tu wblcb the sobbing fair
lone replied, with an almost breaking heart,
'router I will!"
r Tn lli. villa.. tf fVn.ftiir.V- tn the
Jura, a wolf was caurht In a srtare. wblcb I
caused a deal of excitement and some Joy.'j
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! Tbe wolf, after UIng led through tbe village, !,
was brought to a solemn cooeUveUfore tbe I
church, when tbe people dUcusaed tbe best I
j mode or puulsh went. A a matter or course
tbey disagreed. i
Let us bang hint by tbe paw.!'
1 Let us drown him V
Let u. beat bim to death '.'
' Let n. burn bim alive V
'No,' said a peasant, who was very uu-
bannr iu bis domestic relations. 'Let us i!
marry bim!' ji nated, and though we cannot see daylight
-A young lady who was urged jo'lyet, tbe clouds which bangaround thoKaa-jlUlow,
atudy French, replied tbat she thought one '
tongue sufficient for any woman.
cfc. A little boy, at his father's funeral,
observed a neighbor's child crying bitterly.
Tbo little folloiv btcamo indignant, and ex
claimed, ' You needn't cry this ain't none
or your funerals.'
2&r ' Never judge a man from manners,'
said Lord Byron, ' I once bad tuy pocket
picked by one of tbe civileat gcutleman I
sa- An actor iu a Boston theater was
called out four time during boo evenlog'a
nArforiu.nP.wt.rl.. hv a Hhrtff. on., t.v m. '
'.tailor, and once tu drink. I
I'&S.Ibe oldest perMfl in the United i
States' i Fcter Nassau, acolorcd man, of J
i'ewfret, Vermont, Hi age Is 127.' He .
wasibrcucbt from tbe Island of Msfiinlque
as a gentleman's sen ant.
j Washington CerrcspeHdcHco.
t AIHIOTO.T, II. V. IU. SO) 10OO.
Kd. Sentinel." The first scralon of the
35th Congress commenced on the first Mon-
ilaV In flmtunliav .1 tit finnim.nAAhiulit hf
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it was auclou. or a harmonious, peaceful
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the country and for the great Democratic..
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party. To all trne patriots no spectacle
iiani.'i. vii an Bunirr di m nr rni iniuir inr
cooldt more gratifying than to sec the
boarr be.drd Glddlngs, as the oldest mem.!, UT 1"-u "le M' "ins ' "
ln"f it., linn.. rn.l1l i At-U, "!... Sh 8lilHrMt. the WD
tbe oalb of office to tie jptllant ml cMrsI
II S-.aTL r -iit- r. . a
trouffdcciii uarounisui. rvv iwcdit jcunu
Glddtngshssbeen battllngln to. cause of
t lu.lltl.1. ! .Ma wIs.H klnUna B.k.1 a.
tlw InCrmltles or age, and wheri, In the
course of nature, be must soon retire from
. rM.Lti.i 1.1.... u.i.
Lh. arcnn of his mlx-blerou. labnra. bn U
rt!,.1 nn n ..tmlnl.lr- lt.1. n.lti of nTr. n'
l.n..i,ni. k. ilnn.r.,nitvn nt Qnit..rn
chtrilrt- and honor, the Imbodltnenl or all
the elements tif true Southern character.
UV .r. tnU that tt m tbe tint frather that
broko the camel's back. Toer old Gid I quite enough to maintain bis position in I "I recollect one day I went out a bee
This last mortification Is perhaps moro than ! Hearea against the arm of the Omnipotent, , bunting. Wal, arter I'd lumbered atwut a
bis broad shoulders can bear. The next fit So, with the men aboro mentioned the good wbtle, I got kinder tired, and 10 1 lean
h.l... nnth. flnomftLn House will rroha.'1 leaders of the two factions at war with the1 td up agin a big tree to rest. I hadn't
bly terminate a career neither glorious ur
useful, and tbe Tcrdlet of tbo coroner's Jury
would be, "Died or rlsllatlon of God" ,
The first part or the session, as usual, has1
been productive of no legislation. The
( members hare been engaged In tuning the
Instruments fur the grand concerts which
! aro to ceme olf soon. Kansas, "bleeding
Kansas," will be the principal topic or dis
cussion Tbe conrention which assembled at l,e-
'compton In September framed a constitution
which, unfortunately for the peace of the
I country and the harmony or tbe Democra-'!0
tic party, was not submitted to tbe voters of
tbe Territory for their ratification or rejec
tion. The constitution framed by the con
rention, though containing some objection-
auic icuiurcj, n equal m iug cuiutiiuiiuug
of the several States. The fact tbat It was'
not submitted to the people or the Terrl-)lnn
! tory, la made tbo pretext fcr a violent oj
his opposition, is Douglas
strange bed-fellows, and it Is a sJogular
spectacle to kc Douglas, so recently I
i recently tbe b-
ject of the vituperation and hatred or nil
rreesollers, striking bands with Trumbull (
'.ml .QarJ on a nuestlon crowioc out bf
h cpcration 0f tho gnat prlnclplo (as be
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calls It) of tbe Nebraska bill. blleDoujr-'
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S. TCklCV VU DUWli Rtim B. J1.IV, ocwaiu
uwi vi i5uii-h nu.iuj
steel. I need not name such able and ready'
.li-..- .. .lit iw.i. n 1I-.U-I-I
UCVM.W.0 VU. ..,., A..V1.M, VWIJ.UIIIl!
ilunter and Mason. To-do j Hale comes to
tbe rescue of bis friend (!) Douglas. Par
nolilcfratrum Douglas aud Hale !
It 1. tmnn..il.l. In nr,ll..t ..( will I
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! tbe result of this Kansas imbroitllo. Some.
n .,.,, u t .i .
.predict a fatal breach in the Democratic .
!rty. nun cannot wtievo mai a party -
ever distinguished for its nationality andi
conservatism, cau be reut asunder on what I
fsirts 1 r. ttkatlnn rl wnailiap --
slave, (that 1. the .lav. population or Kan-
.as) shall be .cut out or the Terriiory lm-'
mediately or remain there till aonxeruture,
action be taken by tbe people to get rid of
them, ir sucb should be the desire or the
msjorlty. Tbat la the question ; and we
propose to ueuy me Aooiiiionui. lb. gratl-' l
Action of gloating over tbe disruption of!
tbe Democratic party on tbi. or any other
Alffaaf f la
-i"" , coming mw power
" of PuWIe PInIn funded on
the conservative, patriotic, unlon-lovlng
sentimeut or the country, Is environed by
difficulties which threaten its downfall, butt
which do not dismay the veteran chief into J
whose bands the helm ba. been committed,
and on whoso sagacity and nrinoeM the peo
ple rely with confidence to guide u. fely
i through tbe present crisl. The Nicaragua
' nuestlou may be considered already settled :
tbo Mormons must succumb or be cxterail-
M l wl" "e Jon ""Jrse. ana we ,
' shall see oar way clearly through all diffi
Tbo prcac-ut Congress contaius as much,
probably more talent than any sine tbo
day of Webster, Clay and Calhoun tbe I
Augustan, or more properly .peaking, tbe I!
Ciceronian age or tbe Bepublle. On tbe
Democratic aide tbe list or members pre
sents trneh name a. Stephen., Orr, Phelps,
Cochrane, Montgomery, Sickle, Clay, Qait-
mau. and last, though not least, your own
distinguished and untiring Representative
Gen. Joseph Lane, a man as unwearied In
well-doing, a tbe notorious Jim Lane in
bis Territory Is indefatigable iu making mis
chief, and sowing tbe seeds of discord and
strife. Strange that men so dissimilar
should bear tbe same name; but not all the
niiadoiogs or tbe .Kansas Lane can cast a
bade on ,lbc lustre which attscbci tcibc
llVWk.lin, IIO. Will Ui IUV J'l W. IUD PIMA ,i ..... , , ,
Kepublicans, but some oT the leaders or the i barbarous whites. Tbe autboror these fan-, land ojKn and abet, right along as reg'lar as
Democratic party. At the bead oT there ln1 tlc defioratlons Turgot the great truth a lja clock a tlckln. ThloV.MzI, wbt In alii
'..i.n.in inn...n. .ml In the vtrinu of truth as applicable to tho triumph or art as , creation can this mean! I know'd I'd got I
,.- ... i- ,k. .r i.. tti.i naorr oi sau'CiTjiitci iuui.d. iuu khii- - aeca u UDcn mcu iuci. bdu odcii bdq anci. '
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veteran RepreMfltatlrd or Oregon. George
Washington tkc 'Falbr of bis country," in
a name as Illustrious now, as It was before
a boot-black of tbat name was arraigned
before the police court of New York for
,1Bdrjr thefts ami ether offences against the
,,, rf lU K8lp, StMe.
'jitircs, I mast in candor say. is cot all con
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fined to the Democratic side. The Black
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Republicans can bout of some men who in
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bams. Grow, Carfax, and perhaps sosae olh
jlcrs. Hutuplirrxt ManbfcU aai ILAVlntcrliOihecixinsM' pni In Major Pown. ta old
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fa .t.J lt,.t.tl.a ta n .(. h.v. Ja
' 'KJIrO the DCTil hisduC." WLtlC WC do
'.! not adoilrc the rrlnciples and cannot lo
dorse tbe moral character or bis Satanic
' majesty, we must concede that he has a con-
sidcroble amount of talent ; thougn not
I Democratic party ; tbey posws talent, but!
whether eoougu to retain their seats mncb
' longsr in the councils or the nation, remains
to ' Kta-
me wings or me tapuoi at ust spproacn
completion. Tbe House meets in tbe new
nail wnicb In some respects is much supe
rior to tbe old, particularly In Its adaptation
to the conreyance of ound, a great dwld'
eratum In the construction of edifices for
large legislatlre bodies. But tbe earring
j and gilding reminds one forcibly of tbe cab-
! in of a Mississippi steamboat. It Is much
! regretted tbat the designs of tbe ari
cmicci were inutraicu uy toe gauuy unsci-
ry with which a vitiated taste has sought,!
to beautify and adorn this spacious and
magnificent Hall far more grand andlm-
. posing In tbe simplicity and beauty or the
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"" marble or wuich it u censtructeu,
" " the gorgeous decoraUoas thrown
! wound It to darken tbs eye and please tho
arurrea ocauiuui woman ; luai-oeauiy
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, ttnadornw, is adorned tbo moat."
Tut Firrcac What a land of promise ,
Is tbe Future 1 In it we bare rich pcesesa-
Ions, the coming enjoyment of which alone
rwavMb. rre.cn i.Vif of fbTrn
Stitur kt ;&
a weary way ; tnc present is iu or morns,
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F"l bo would give up tho chance
i ' and change, it conceals In its misty depths!
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I We may be poor, and sick, broken down asd
1 deserted, without friends and without borne.
IT !.. .. Inn .. fine. im.Tn. IV. will tint ft.
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spalr of tbe Future. Tbe poor debtor was
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quite reauy to .wear imiucbwiwiuh
' . ' tal he,1ftlrd wheB
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..,jm ... m-.m. .i.niiiii nna-aw sukaaa iiisae
RUUUUi. 11G iUI(UI UIG . uilllivuiu.v www
knows ' Ay e, bo knows, fur who ba. erer
found tbe fair land of tho Future, with all
Mta flch ro.sea.lon. and tl be.v.nly peace?
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We bold the clue in our bauds, and
need no Ariadne to reveal its labyrlntblan
streets. Wbat the present forms the Future
will reveal. Wwe would reap rich harvests .
in tbo coming time we must sow tbe seed ,
to-day. It Is madness to continue In our j
old course or procrastination, or idleness j
and vice, and still hope tor happiness in the'.
Future. Tbat which we sow wo shall reap, i1
! The Future Is tbe product or tbo Present
j to a great extent we msy make It wbat
; we wllL
j nvix vt.Iiix. A friend some days slnool
ade ns laugb ' consumedly,' by relating tbe
Not long since, cur friend It , or Mo
bile, was on a visit to Lock Out Mountain,
Georgia, and was Biscb struck with tbe fact
tbat a fine jet or water was thrown up above
the top of tbs eminence on wblcb tbo hotel
j stand. He knew it was brought from fur
bat be waseurious to know by wbat
( mecbanicat contrtvaace. atmng arounu
tho jet admiringly, ho accosted la bis ac
customed polite and rather precise wsy a
plain countryman with :
"My friend, Is tbi water forced up by a
Har' meaning, of course,
contrivance so named.
1 1 "Khtal" exclaimed tbe countryman.
"I sy Ram."
'No sir. It's a darned big Mule, and bard
work at tbat. Come here and I'll sbor him
And sure enough, friend It did, from
a different peliit of vjtw Hod thy quadruped
working tbe macbteary, and agreed Jbt U
wa pretty "bard work,"
TSaVIsay, Pal, what arc you about,
.weeping out that roomr ".
' No,' answered Pat, ' I wa .wcrpiog oati
7. " : " mo e.o- ,.-.. -J-s - - "
rnt Crftt0, lM CTCr mK Hur!LVFX.!n
Congress. did, you d a lhouc.bt eoons 1 I Jest tell you,
li. .11. 1.. .!.. tn n.ture'a c-rralnt trinmrib and ehU- MOCUCU in ISO SPlll
the dirtandjeavltis ; the roowj'
ittajar Rrewa'i Oeea Starr.
nr IUZKL orzuc, tag.
"I was down on the crick this morning,"
llt.l Itlll l.lu liH.I T .U.I KMAt. sl
coon tracks. I think they're goln' lobe
((powerful plenty this season."
Ob.Tcs" replied TomCokcr,"! never',
h hcarn tell of the likes before. The whole
woods Is lined with 'era. If skins Is only a
good price this season, I'll l worth some
I thing in the spring, sure's you lite, for l'se
.jest got one of the best coon dogsln all 1111
nolV "You say. you nerer beam I ell o'. the like
-t' . t
, ,c, ninwonsu ueen cnew.ng m. touacco
IB" mw . w hvhs.
' f Alt e1nis Vnnw ntivi ritfli IsVsiil 'itml
boys, you conld'nt go atntn for 'cm. Wc
hardly ecr thought of petetln"cmmuch,
for their tklns weren't worth a darn with
j ns that Is, wo couldn't git enough for cm
" I7 wr mc sainnin.
much tnor'n leaned up afore somethin' gare
roe one tif the allflredst nips about the seat
o' my britches I erer got in my life. I jum
ped about a rod, and lit a runnln', and kept
I on a runnln' for over a hundred yards, when
think, sez I, it's no use a rnnnln', and I'm
jsnaVe-bit, but a runnln' won't do any good.
I So I jest slept, and proceeded to examine ibe
'Wound. I soon seed it was no snskoblte,
for liar's a blood blister pinched on me
I about sit inches long.
j "Think, sex I, that retber gets mel What
in tbe rery deuce could It a bin? Arter
thlnkln' about it awhile, I concluded logo
oacxt ana iook lor me cnucr, jesi tor me
curiosity or tbe thing. I went to tbe tree
and noked the weeds and stuff all about:
I but darned tbo thing coulJ I see. I'urty
'soon I sees the tree has a little split a runt
nln' along up it, and so I gits to lookin' at
that. Dreckly I sees tbe split open about
batf an inch, and then abet up agin ; tbea 1
but what in thunder
.. a la !,. 1 1 1 I .! ..r.
j- ui...u " v"u, -
, v inm, uu iwu uwu wNuiima
dreadful; and then again I thought It mout -
ent. Next I tuougut about bants and men
aooui gnosis, ana aooui a ruunm-noma ana
ayin' JJOlhln' about it j and then I thought
CaWa,t " 'nny n 'tB' fr rdnertr
carn tell o tbem a pesterln-a feller right
of ay ancestor, rix up In my veins, and told
me it 'ud be cowardly to go homo and not
find ont wbat it was ; to I lumbered for my
axe, aud swore I'd find ont all about II, or
' blow up. When I got back, I let into tbe
I tree like biases, and purty soon It cum down
'and. smashed all to flinders and what do j
, you think T Wby, it was rammed and jam
I rood plum smack full o coons, from top to
i, bottom. Yes. sir. tbev's rammed in so close i
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tbatercryume tbey Weatbeu tbey aie''tome tbftl ajmlred an4 f.TorKl claM wbic)l
i tbey breathed tbey made''
tbe split open
tia.ii.,v.-.. . r.nv vt it,.'
expcnslrencM of ber toilette, for many true
ladles dree, very plainly and In cheap balil
intents. Not by any tbow or parade of ex-
cesslre wealth, excessive accomplishments
lor excessive beauty. A true lady may be
wealthy, accomplished and beautiful, but
ber intuitive good sense will keep her from (
any rain display or ber girts, whether of
mlud, purse, or perron. A real lady Is al
ways neat and presentable la appearance.
although lie may bo dressed In sixpenny
eallro. She never has to run ut) atalra the
h.rk war wli.n the L1I rtnri tjeftiiA frnm
latloes or innate uncleanllnes abo may be
lounging In tbe parlor In curl papers, stlp-
Lijnj fe,and slip-shod dree generally.
ttk j j, not ftf( j or ashamed to
i mat sue uu me cujicrrmuu vi uvwnua ai-
fulrs, or that she herself eanln an emergen'
cy roast a turkey, bake a pudding, or rou
a shirt. A real lady never faint at tbe
aigui oj a wasntuo; one auow. ner owni proeeM. He took a cord about tbe iie of u
children', name and age without beinglbed (ord , jdUi LU suoatb like a Lit,
necessitated to refer you to me nurao for we Hj ,m u tgbl)j. 0 ,be top of ,heaalnul'i
desired information. A real lady admiU to hod Uf kn Mr u8(lw. rtrJlf f
ber companionship a truly worthy Pfrwnjj ,Bfu., , .jtf,,
erenlftbat person chance not to IsM .,,,,, ' . ihecotCi tn iu nl.ee. TbU
wealth as a ticket to respectable society.
i . Indeed, she herself way not pouM tbe open
sesame to sueh society ; sbe may, la fact, be
poor, very poor in tbi. world's goods and
still be a real lady. A true lady w always
gentle in ber own borne a welj as In, tie
lj presence or strangers, and tbo ''lowoft
voice" of ubicb tbe old poet spoke Is alway,
brrs. Some one says, "How often (bo spell
or beauty Is rudely broken by coarse, loud
talking! How often you are irretbtably
drawn to plain, uaaasunjiig wostan, wboso
oft, silvery tone render ber positively at
tractire." Dtckcu think no lady bs, tbe
shadow of an excuio to be seen at any time,
eva by .bar neartxt frisodv, Ip an untidy
drew, and tbat sucb ncg-lcct betoken, a J .
esrs. uBrefintd creature iiical.tp truejl.
Wt . X'5" T ww"" - iIIbo a
latlyWor. ff, , ,, !!,.,
Mrs. Victoria Fuller, In the Ohio Cutli
rator, In a sisterly way, thus Ulks (0 coun
try girls : ,,
Tbe rrmers' daughter are soon to be the
life as well as pride of the countrya gloj
riaus race of women which no other Unjl
can thaw. I seek not to (latter them ; but
before tbey can become this, they will have
to make earnest efforts of one or Iwo'ktnrif.
There are some riho depreciate their condi
tion, and some' who bore a fptse pride In it,
because they demand toore consideration
than they merit. A want of Intelligence
upon allatibJMt, and o( refined education.
no more In a country than a town-wed
'girl, in this age of books and newspapers.
j Many girls aro discouraged because they
cannot be sent away from horco to boarding
schools; but men f superior minds nod
j knowledge of the world would rather haru
ror wires women well and properly educa
ted at home. And this education can U'
had wbcrcter the desire is cot wanting. A
1 tMle for maing does wonders, and an ear
nest thirst after knowledge Is almost eery-
j tain to atuin a iwcet drtugbt of the "pier
jlan spring." There is a fanner's daughter
'in this very room in which I cm writing, ;
beautiful, refined, and intellectual woum.
' In wboso girlhood books were not as plenti
ful as now, and who gained, ber Sue educs
j lion under circumstances which would ban'
discouraged any enc but one wire boda
trne a lore of study. 5
J I will ststc why I think the country girl?
I aro yet to prore the hope of Ihc country.
I Tbe women of our town and cltlw aro be
coming so unlversslly unhealthy, and r
very extravagant, foolish and faibranablc,
tbit men are almost in despair ci ootaining
wires who are not invalids, and providing
them with what they demand after tbey
have married them. Unless the young tnsn
bat the fortune, (good or bad) to bo tbe in
heritor of wealth, ba mnit spend the bloom
of bis youth to acquire enough to "statf
upon," as people are expected tobegmtrow-a-dsys.
Many, cren in high places, wouM
go to the country for their choice If they
l met there equal refinement and Intelligence.
j Women aro preparing to take a noMo stand.
In history, and Uiry cannot do It in Igmr
Tvwn g!rl hav '" ,vliLg f nuiVJ
hlehlr nollshed manners and creater accost-
it,hm.nll , j,-. eountrr clrls have Infi-
,nIUly ore torecosamend tuem utivals rt
, j. rBlr clly ,i,(ers. Tbey hare Eroro
' ' trutu. household knowledee and economr.
llf tUL( ,nJ consequently beauty, slmplfcll) ,
. a freihne of impulse and
, , ,.,, u-h.n th.r h. mltlratiJ mtn!.
'ttere.ro moro chance, in their fcvor rr
Mnt ,nd re.Ublll.y because M murl,
Tbo addod lustre of foreign accomplish
menls could easily be caught lor such a'
mind from a very little contact with tho
I would not speak as Ibougli tmr formers'
daughters were deficient In education.
Many brilliant scholars and talented wo-
men may be found among them; In old
Virginia this Is especially to ; but I would ,
seek to awaken the ambition of all to be-
,be? 00gtjt t0 tei t l6fT wj but unite re-
& " "Ho. their cel1enl grace,.
I A auas Annitf Iiaiisa fila rrtsls aliil
bont'tucMei tralneJ to climb tiTcr It ;
'ltl. .u..t I..I. t..a.lv .nt tnt1tt.n,.
wnu 0wv, m.v, -, " .
within; toll enough to Insure health, and
leisure to conrl acquaintance with bocks
and flowers, and tbe lovrirsesa of nature,
i . . ' . . , , , .
wiib peace, plenty aim iutc, .urvi uu.
of tho paradises which Heaven has left fcr
tbe attainment or man.
Hor to Si'ipcc x Victom lloisc On
looking over some oVd pspcrs tbe other dsy,
we came across tbe following, which, If true,
I worth knowing : It seem tbat a fraltlris
'effort wa being mad In a blacksmith's
shop to shoe a vicious horse which resisted
all efforts, kicking aside everything but an
'anvil, and earn, near killing himself with
' tbat, when by a mere accident, an officer re
turned from Mexico, was passing, and be jag '
made acquainted with tbe difficulty, applied
I a complete remedy by tbs following simple
'done, be patted tbe horse gently on the side
'or tbo bead, and commanded bim to follow,
and instantly tbe borse obeyed, perfectly"
subdued, and a gentle and obedient ft a
welLtraiued dog; suffering 14 foot to be
lifted with entire impifoity, and acting fit
all respect like an old stager. Tbo simple
trju, tbua tied, bad made bim ai oecc a
docile and obedient a. oy one could desire.,,
Tbe gentleman who thus furnished this tf- ,
fectual mean cf subduing a retj dangerous
propensity. Intimated tbat It wm practiced
in Mexico and South Awrri, in tbe wan
agement of wild horses, Bo tbi a, (t may,,.
b deserve tbe tbank. of all owners of sucb .
borses, and specially the thanks of llioic
bo buUucM it ' ma be to shoe wgreoiuT
lb. .ulitals. The I'low. thelIjomlanil
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