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JACK8QYJfeLE? OREGON, SATURDAY; ' APRIL'S, 1858,
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Juitlces' Offices, opposite Post Office, Yre.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
WILL ATTEND TO HU8INF.88 in
tho Third Judicial tiistiict of Ore
At Ketbyyilte, Oregon.
. G TYADLT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Ja,w.
Ad.Notary I'ubllcfor Jackson Co.,
.WlflpiMlWip the Supreme and Dis
Uiiot'Cou'rts of tho Territory.
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On 'the the"Hil!, near the old'1'uwonogc,
' JACKSONVILLE? OtT. '
Written for the Sjcntinku
April comes with genial showers,
KnthlBs; all tho cArlh'wllh flowers ; .
Xhetnfalr heads to tho sun's rays. .
Illndfs of grass ore sparkllng'brlglitly.
As the dew-drop awiyr them lightly ;
Lambkins gamboling away
(To enjoy the pleasant day.
Jllrds on ev'ry treo arc warbling ,
Tuneful lays'to April morning ; .
Or wlthlri.tho vino-clad boughs,
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All la Joyous animation . ',rt . .
In this bvautifal creation i ,. ,
There'ls not hidden rill -n.ii
But sends forth its msrry trill, h . t
With glad songs nlrsadyifllllngi ,
Earth and air, add ever bringing,,
Meui'riei of the happy iMst-n '
Far too happy long to last. , ;- ,
When our hearts were as theBioralug
Golden scene befora us dawning j
Dreaming of the castle fair
Wc were building In tbu.alr (
Which, like rainbow tints adorning ,
Snow-wreathed mitts upon tho mountain,
I.ook'd as beautiful as they,
And as soon dlssolv'd away. i
Kerbyvillt, April 2d, J. 8.
Written for the Sctineu
Lines. To Guruldlttu.
IllcthlnVs I hear thee gently slgli '
r For mlos beneath New Knuland's akr :
ki'ou'ro sJchlug now I Oh, tell mo why
J That wall, "My Native J.nml!"
''Whence ord'thc tliounhts that bid thee nour
my inys to " origin new England's snore," ;r
niuisi round tneo nnture's riehost store
Unfolds at thy command r
Where Home, with all its sacred train
Of frlendiblps, in the heart's domain,
Hath many a 'tlaim'.sA 'warrant' lain,
Therbi a fruitful field.
Thero. pictured, are loved scenes of old.
And thoso whose love can ne'er grow cold J
Thero '(lowers of aympatliy unfold,'
And. their sweet fragrance yield.
There, where thou spent thy Joyous youth
'Hid scents of Innocence nod truth,
Where sweet Contentment smiled, forsooth,
I wonder not you ease.
i Jl u t , though 'tis pleasant to stray back
.And loiter in that sunny track,
.Fair Oreeonia doth not lack
Theme for thy choicest lays.
i Where e'er thy rustle home may tower
' i Upon this richly gold-fringed shore,
I There may Imagination soar, '
l Ami cull rieb geras of thought.
I Is written many a strauge legend :
Ktcn the notes the brccic send,
Come rich with poeayfraught.
i What TOlnmct sntakthoM gorgeous hills I
What muslo Mowing with their rill I
And bow Its soft, sweet uuilc trills
Invmehony alone I
ii What scene more grand to mortal eyes
Thau yon proud peaks wulcu Jicaycuwaru
And cnill4 from out the crystal skies
A wslcomeueas to song)
'Tis written In each limpid fount
'TIs carved on eTery hoarr mount
And who shall half the tale recount
That Natura tells to him T
'TIs stamp't upon the xenlth's height
In characters of lovs and light,
And elided round with story bricht
That never can grow dim. ,
Forget that Eastern land ; and come,
Let's sing ofour adopted home,
Where red men still are Wont to roam
Let us not alien be.
For I would hear thee sweetly sing
Of vales where dwells perpetual spr
And strenms where picks and sledgea ring,
jn tny simplicity.
Waldo, O. r Mirth Ath, W8.
Klamntk Lake liitlluus.
Omen Suit. Indian Amiroi,
Salwu, Oregon) Marsh 18th, 1838,
OtNTLKsiEX : I have to acknowledge the
receipt or your petition or Feb. 23 th, ask '
ing my Interference to prevent difficulties ,
likely to result from lbs visits of the Klam-. i
alh Lake Indians to Jacksonville and vlcl-.l
nlir. T h. in rrt that It Is nut of mv i
power at present to afford tho relief which I ifther-who has defceaded fromaraukto
you desire, as I have no Airent whose aervl..i"uW' Frederick William's dearest hope is
ces can at this time be dispensed with at tho
Reservation. Besides, I am perfectly des
titute of funds applicable to (be purposes
set forth. In your petition. No treaties havo
over been ratlflcd with those Indians', nei
ther has there been any Agent appointed
by tho Government to take charge of them.
In my annua report of Sept. 1st, 1657, 1
called the attention of tha Department to
the necessity which existed for ah Increase
of Agents within, this $uprlntcnueacy. In
thq event that my recommendation In this
particular meets wtu tthe approval of tho
Government, and other Agents are appoint
cd.jonowlllbo dispatched to establish an
Agcnoy among the Klamath Luke Indians.
If, In tho meantime, your apprehensions
of danger should locjease, I ;woii.Jd suggest
the propriety of, your petitioning the Gsa
era! in command ,of tho U. S.'Troops in tbs
department, ,fyr protection, .It Kill-afford
me pleasure; 'tO'jo0' you jn sucu request,
whAnevsr.yau may ilecu tha emergency
warrants it. ,
3nJRept'jryour ob't servant,
' 'Rllhi.ffnlll.n"Arr.lM.I ' '
.ttlVtnn.ol III,..' . ' ( '
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v f Taxing jliiiainlii.
'AKI-ACT to amend an 'not entitled "AtaoL
;ttax: and protect Chinamen mining In,
OrteeB.1' . 1 1
SkcrtOM J. Jit it t'natttdbylhliLtgitW
liveJttitmi!; bf the Territory ef'Grtgont
That fronvami after the first day of. M arch
lBAS1, no Ohlnamsn shall imlnc gold, irailo,
sell 'or buy g'oods, chattels orany properly
whatever, for the purpose of maintaining a
fllrollhood, In this Territory, unlessjlceaoed
' so to do'as provided ftthls act. fci
Sk(. 2. lcry Clilnaman'Mgaftd Id ml;
nlng gold", trading, aclllng orbttylh'KOede,
chdttcls, or any prorn?f ty Vhalcrei1, In litis
Tcrrltory.'jhnll pay for such privilege or
triv'IIc2c. Ihe sura of four dollar's 'pbr
month lu maimer hctelnaftcr provided.
SKd.'d. Jt shrill be' the liuly of tho eoun
4y Audltoc of each county In which Chltfa
men vrc engaged In" mining 'gdld, trading,
Soiling or buying goods, chattels, or any
(property whatever, td lesuo td fthe Sheriff,
On the first niouday In March, June, Septem
ber nml December of cud'j yeK'huuiriber
. of blank licenses, .sufficient for the riumores
contemplated In ills act, subitautldlly in
lllih filllntftnf fnlnf!
C6m,ty of '
This rcrtlfles that '- -i , has this
day pild to the county of, twulvo
dollars, which entitles him to mlno gold,
trade, sell or uuy goods, chattels or any
property whatever, in the Territory o(" Ore
gon, three .months from dntc.
Witness my hand niul the seal of!
lus.i sniu county, this -, uoy or
A B, Auditor.
Skc -t. Fifteen per ccut. of tho revenue
aritlngjromjthc taxation of Chinamen, be
fore deducting tha cost or collecting, sliall
go, and be accouuted for to tho Territorial
Treasury, in Uiej-aamc manner for which
' other Territorial revenues are accounted.
Sti;. 5- This acishall not bo so coustru
cd as to tax Chluamjm hirelings, engaged In
farming, agricultural or mechanical pur
suits. Six. C. All acts and parts of acts Incon
slstent with this act, be, aud areJiereby re
, Passed, January 20th, lMtf.
Two MABnuur.H A Conthast. Strange
to say, within a day of icaoh other the Ifrr
uld has contained notices of two marriages
(in the very highest walks or life. The one
was tho marriage of l'rlnco Frederick WIN
I Ham of Prussia tb the Prinoeas Koyal of
hCiifjland ; tho other waa that of exI'rst.
ident Fillmore to Mrs. Mclntudi of Ibis
.Stale. The bridegroom in the former case
was a possible heir to a throne; In th6 lat
ter, tho extlncambcnt of a Presidential
chair, nnd ' possible csudlftato for a like
honor in Ihefuture. Yet what aicoulrast
'In the ceremonies I
A psge'of the lltrald did hoi wholly euf.
1 flee tu describe the splendora-and the galas,
'and thd plageantry nnd the "august dis
play "tho drums and trumpets, the heralds,
jtucnicn at-arru.i, tho ladles and gentlemen
Of honor, the crush of tltlcdom, of military,
legal, eccleslsstlcat and political greatness,
and tho throng of pompotpi snobs, male and
female, who monkeyfkd themselves ou tho
occasion of the nuptials of tho Princess
Royal of L'ngland. For months all Europe
has been on tlptoo to hear the least details
of the "auspicious event." Newsmongers
have made small fortunes by supplying tho
newspapers with choice Items respecting the
trountau of the bride, the atyluof her veil,
tho "loveliness" of her shoes, tho exquisite
taste of her India shawls, the spars and or.
Ijuera ui iuo unucgroom, ino tiiaue or Bis
, moustache, aud the exact contour of his
nose, Hundreds o? thousands of dollars
.have been expended in one way or another
"Pn " penormauco j Hundreds or lamlllea
- iubslsteil for weeks ujion tho labor
"M the marriage devolved upon them,
Mr Hw. on contrary, wfio waa
"10 Per0'' the Prussian bridegroom's grond-
that he may errlvq Mr, Fillmore's wedding
was chronicled la four lines tho name of
iuo orgymau, iuo piace, iuo uaie. mo
names of tho parties, and t,ho ac( of matrt
.mony. Tbls was BU tue papers bad, to say
about it. nor urn tue ceremony vcau lor;
more. At the time 'fixed the.brldesroom
Joined tits bride in autct Sltjlug room and
both shooiybands quietly wlth,;the oicrgy
man. A'teryfow select ifrieadg wereipro
sdnl, After a little cosy" conversation, the
parties stood up, the clergyman atked the
usual questions; uiftdo the usual prayer, re
ceived (we presume) the usual fee, aud all
Wo.hopo LoJtlj imarrlages may prove so
happy that colther can eVer bu said to have
been tno Happiest, as tuey say or Hanging
hanged high or lunged low, It Is much
the same to the psrep, hanged so of mar.
riages ; married quietly in a country pan
lor, or married noisily with organ, drum,
trumpet and pageantry In n, rqyl chapel, It
must be all tho sswc, after a, daj,qr ,(wo,.to
the persons 'mttrried.1 (Letina Wish both
1 ' VilWhy la love'llk'e a duck's lei .'
Lsttor liom i:nrepo.
Our dates from Kuropa ore to February
Olhi. She news U nolrery Important
i ' Th6amlcnbldreltlonh heretofore csliilng
I between. France amUKogland have received
lit slight iklit, in icoatbquenoo'of thoiat-
lomffe'd stusMlaaUoii of Napbleon.. Tho
dwipcror eemplalns.'OrallowBotliiifB todoin,
pkla lndffU)lalefgani,tbaU!ngland,la bci
leg an "anyliim for ;polltlcal t ofugces from
every ceuutryKhas becomoa "den'of nssas
sins," Inasmuch as it harbored thoso who
sotyftt his llfa. Numerous Ttddrcsscsifroin
1ho army) eto, ltava appeared In tho official
paper, tlio Mtnittur, demdndlnglhat ng'
loid'liould no longer be allowed to bo a free
nsymmj-npu 0uering.o msra upon u.ium
W solM.Upon hor own soil, tbu Infamous
wretches who would shed tho b!6od of Na.
poloon. -All this has raised Ihe high Indlg.'
nallnn nf Kn.lan.1. .ml thrn.l(rl. Ik tirou.
and In Parliament, tho national faellmrls
being bitterly expressed. Iorybody feels
that LoUls Napnloon should bo tha last man
to grnmblo Of England being a political as
ylum, einco'lt nerved blm In n sore turn
afteu did ho plot on Its soil agnlnst the
Frendlt 'King, Louis Phllllppe, nnd twleo
front its Shores did ho Invade Fronoc. Of
course, Knglantl will neror consent, to pleasa '
any foreign poWIUnte.'lo restrict the lilxjrty '
bf any person, native or forclch, on her soil
The Utiathan was successfully launched ' " Th following is the actual slate oft
on the 31st or January. affairs, but It may be materially modified in
On the 25th January, the nuptials of the lho'1 Pttc of ,,rje I
Prtnecss Itoyat of England and Prince Frrd- I T-10 "' of ' General Oovcrnmont Is at
t.rec wiltlnm Oil. inl-.nnt,nr.ni nf ili l'riifc',Trosent In Guadalajara. Don Benito Juar-
stau throno, Werp solemnised at the Chapel tsisnrcsiuon. or tmriicpuuiiouy virtue or -." - -- ,
Royal. St. James, with muih'slato pageant- '''' P0"1'"- 'J f o Snprcme , 'f Arnold, to approach nearer to Albany.
ry. Weroiisnnabrllllnhtrcstlvltlcsero Court. Ills Cabinet Is composed or Bon' TI'O Surrender of Lord Cornwallls at ork
LnntL l,,t,nnr rfr ll,A nM-..tnn fn-.nnm1 Melehor Ocamno. Don Banloa DeBallado.l',0,,:n rcprcscnU the closing scene of the
The Prince and Princess nultted
England on tho 2d February.
m , .. i. -ul nit. -, t I
ilOTTS irUUI AIQU1UUT iU iUO 7(U UI sllUlinrT,.
had reached England. Sir Colin Campbell'
tiift Cawnpore on the 12th Dee,, with a large
force for Agra. Sir James Oulram had fle.'
fcatefl the BepoyS near Alunsbagh, and Ool."
Scaton had also won an Important battle
Hi rMU rnntlnnr.1 in iw, tinnKUini'.
the rebels continued to be troublesome".
Parliament assembled on the 4th of Feb.
In both house excited discussions took place
on the political rcfugeo question. Lord
Palmerston, In, the Commons, stated tbat a"
dispatch had been addressed by tho Foreign
Minister or franco to tue rrencn Amuassa. '
dor In London upon the lac transactions in
Paris, aud conveying the wish ( the French
government, mat its' Brftlsb goyernroent
should take such measures In consequence,
as they lit their wisdom ought think fit, but
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not pointing out any meaiilrc. whatoyer.- - onc ,iaud anj Urbsilanlsm on the other If ' f 0g! ttaa " , Tb lngof Oolum
No reply bal been ruado to the lltspatch of the former trlumjh, we shall hope for such ' , dfr,'J; " ,f f?,U U
the French government. ' progress as will idaco Mexico In her nroner . ,'re" " " Mo ,ho Pealn' C48
aunounced the determination of thp French '(tho clergy gain the victory, we must return
goycruracnt tq provent Frcnoh Consuls', to tho ago of rfallllp I, with itsconcoml
I from issuing passports to British euhjects, '
approved of the coyrse, and stated that the
British government Intended to Invite other
governments to abandon the system of pass,
ports altogether. U.appears that now, by
the payment or a small fee to tho Foreign
office six shillings Is tho actual sum, which
Includes a five shilling Htamp on the pass
port every Briton can roam where ho liken
under the protection of his own Govern
A frightful colliery explosion hod occur
red at a pit near Ashton-nnder-Lync. Near
108 men were at work lu the pit at the time I
and It was feared that many of them were '
The Bank of England bad reduced Its rate (
of discount to 3J per cent. The panic had ,
fairly blown ove.
In Paris, on tho 1st Feb., tho project of a
new law was read in tho Legislative Cham,
bers, empowering the Executive to remove
from Purls all persona wuo may auempi io.
disturb publio tranquility. Napoleon, in (
order ojirovido against contingencies, bad
created tho Empress Regent during the ml.
norltyof hla heir, and Instituted a privy J
coun.rf. Two of tho persons cugaged in the
attempt upou tho Emperor's life had cou
fesMd tha-lt was the-design, of tho oasa
slug not only to kill Napoleon, but also the
Pope and tbo .Kings of Naples and Sardinia.
Atdsepatcb from Naples announces tha
Heath of Lablacho.the.celobrsted singer, on.
the 22d of January,
A plot agalnst'the llfo of the King of Na
pies had beeu discover, Ten persons, all
Frenchmen, are said Xb have been lauded, at
Naples to carry out the design.
The English papers contain an account of i
an American slaver having several huudrcd
negroes an board : being pursued by a Brit
ish cruiser, the captain informed tbo blacks
Mutt the English wero pursuing thev to cut
their throats, whlsb induced the greater part
of them to Jump overboard, K60,of whom
were picked up by the cruiser.
Tha 'Atlantlo TcleeraBh Company had is-
sUtil'a call for a meeting of stockholders.
It Is proposed to issue more stock, to meet
tho cost of the 60p miles of additional eabls
which Is being manufactured. Great con
Alienee ) expressed in the success of ,the
next attempt (o lay tbo cable.
lie!".1 ; " -' i l
11 is sam mat nuju, luieuua tu icaiuru
i-it' - '.,."' ...., 'br .u. .i i...
alt'itbe marine' stations on the Circassian
cossibupu a n,ew ys)crai which .will
cvsdif the treaty 6f Paris, A newSebasto
pol Is ajso In contemplation.
T!jc Mointeiir publishes a decree nunbun
b'tng'thclntciAton 1rthe government to put
ddwnttll rellglous'contrdvoreyln IbeFreuob
M"- - '' i.i
lecruiling Is. ge-jng pa briskly in all the
British dominions. Troops continue to bo
scut to India at the rato of ono thousand a
mouth. " '
JLatcr from Mexico. ,
The Sou Francisco Mm of the 20 tb
ult. says: Our da.tes.from 'Collma are to
March 4lb, ucorly a month later ilian'Uinso
recclvcil via' New York. The (light of Com.
onfor Is conflrpictl ) ho hod arrived at New,
i. . w. '.... ftlrm ..
I TJ r- "'. j ' '
fs , , ,,',, t
I" nft wqld seem t9 havo been sue
I Cefded by two LCUtlvCS, SenorcS J UOtCZ I
nZuloo3. Iho diaucesaro in favor of
tb supremacy of the former. Wc havo
been permitted to mako the fullowlnc ex
tracts from a private lottcrrrltten to a ccn -
tlemun lu this olty by a distinguished cltl'j mm, and maay other distinguished officers;
en of Collma, They pvesont tho state of af-ianl'luaTBurgoyne was lie Intimate Mend
faln.ntlbo latest dales: nhd companion of Burlle, Fox1 ant! Sberi-
notwithstanding tho extremely critical
poslUon in which tho Itcpubllo is at present
placed, J .ffnd myself unable to forward you
any really dttmlta or conclusive Items of
. Don Gulllcrmo Prleto and Ecnor Rult.
r?nnirr.li Tnn. n.apml.lvrl ntniiftilslftl.rn.ti
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U" iuuiij svvpusivo 44i Hiivnuj "vn sii. m
Ocb. Parrodl as In Colaya (State or Gu-'
aunjuato) on Feb. '.'fith with the troops oHI
the Coalition. Ocn, Oxaltosof the opposite,
parly was at Apaseo, (Stats of Qucrctaro.) . um"Jr 0I l"'ngion, anui,narieawarroii
ih0 two. points bolng pouUguous, a battle yM two daughters. 'Baptism of Toca.
I ...n ..t I.., 11. -,' hontas ' was designed and executed by Chap
waa momentarily expected between the two
All the States firmly support tho Const!
tutlou and all the principal ports are on
ul0 .,, ,je. CTCn Tamplco has come over
to tho sdo of tlip defenders of the Constl-
ITIia nttv nf"rTtf-A in nnlv Thnlil mil
against us as long a.'ths funds of the clergy Y two Indian women arc graeerulljr re
are freely distributed. ' l cllnlng on ono side of the picture,' and seeeu
The exUtlug struggle I. notes, than 0" tabl, without any clotkbg.
rt-i -ir.i riti .- -tnt-i ..
' position among tho nations of the earth If
tants, tho Inquisition and unpunished awas.
slnatlou. In tho latter creut our patriots
will rival those of Nuplcs lu their misfur
tunes. We await life or dctth.from moment
The revolutionists have applied to the
Commander of the Spanish? troopa In Cuba
for assistance. Will the United States perj,Fi ...,,i ..ii-. ,, .
lult such succor to bo given, when its con
sequence will bo tho re-establlshment of tho
Spanish rule In Mexico? We shall see.
Tiik TuitKiaii Axxikau We see that the
Seuate of the United States has adopted the
joint resolution which provides for an offi
cial reception for tho Rear Admiral of the
Turkikh navy, Molmmed Pacha, whoeo arri
val is dally expected. At the same time, a
proposition to limit the expense of the re
ceptlon to five thousand dollars has been re
Jcctcd. ThlsTs well If we are to receive
his Ottoman Excellency, let us do It prop
erly. The Rear Admiral is the first Os
maull or exalted rank and official position
tbat baa over vislud us ; and It is no more
than ordinary courtesy to receive him with
all due ceremony. Besides all ithat, It Is a
good thing to have a show puce, la a while ;
and woiiave had nothing in the, way of an
official rcceptloa slnoo Kossuth, So let us
glve.Mphameit Pnoha all the bonors J'. 1'.
J&rlha United .States Mint Commlsson
ors, Anderson ,and Whalen, began yester
day, March, ICtb, the .examination pf wit.
neesea lu regard, to the Jlitwitby ember.
xjemeut. Cutler McAllister, Uulted States
Combuloner, waa present by request jtp take
down the evldoace, so that it might be. used
before the Circuit Court. Mr, Delia Torre.,
U. S. District Attorney, represented the
Government; .and Mr, 'EdwaixL&tsnly ap
peurexllfor Ilaroaathy, Joseph Reiner was
tho only.wltaeas examined, dad his .testimo
ny confindto. the history bf Uarasstby be'
fora hi eeuneetion .wkh the Miut. This
witness was introduced by Ilarawtbyto
show that be was rieh before bis appoint
ment to the Mint. The Commission are lu
session In their ehimbor Ppposlto the Mint.,
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CoMWB.NCij.0 youwu-T-JjaAN,Eii.L or Min-Kson-The
MinesoU leglslatur has passed
iblll authorizing the, Governor to contract
a loan of $40,000, utelgkt per.cntper an
numto enable theiTerrltory.itpi satbfy the
clalmt! of Its creditors !' l I
The I'alnlliiRi In tlic Rolniuln
or the Capitol. x'
Four of these paintings arc tho work of
Col. Trumbull, soldlcrand artist of rcvolu.
tipnajy. tiiucsj to.wjl : ' "TeprsUornif
lndcjicpdcnce.' 'Tho Surrender of ucneral
Burgoync, 1777.' The Surrender bffiord
Pornwallls at 1'orktown,' Rod the Reslg
nsUon'pf tjleneral )Vatklngten at Annapo
IISlctrtnberV.T,lTeo In Ao pifiullon
of tho first of these, Col. Trumbull devoted
himself with untiring' r.col and Industry,
traveling Yrom one part of the Union to an
other to collect the original material for the
great diilgn 'Itlxrlng bis ambition to tnut
mlt to future generations a truo n presen
tation oi 'the great actors In tho ci ernetn.
orable seen. ' Tho Surrpudcr of !cncral
Burgoync, 1777,' to rjcncral Gates, of (he
American army, at Saratoga. New Interest
will be added in the contemplation vf'Ails
picture when it Is rcinchibered that ft con
I talus likenesses from life of Generals Gates,
i,Ilrgoyne, Starko, Morgan, Schuylur, Put-
iUaDi WB ""e" " accoropllsbea scholar
ni wlt. basking in tho suulight of favor,
' (Bnd natl but -"cw & lfo'c iww'jcd
I l,h 'OTCrclgn that ho would speedily crush
luorcuuis, auu rcsioro peace to uisrevoueu
Colonics nay, more, that he was -ander n
promise to meet Clinton nt Albany, but that
jthen he reached that city t prliwnrr Lis
frlends had turned back from the highlands,
great revolutionary drama. Though Wash
ington was present, he yielded to Gea. Lin-
(coin tbo tonor of rccciilng tie
, '"uacr o, ue conuucr.u ,caaer .u.
The picture or 'The ReslguaUon of Wath-
ington,' conl-ilns, among other persona, the
man to tin the place assigned to him. ' The
discovery of the illsslsslppl by De Soto" is
by Powell. The design and composition of
this palutlng bavo been somewhat severely
criticised ; at the same time its execution is
generally acknowledged to bo more than
excellent for instance. It Is objected that
" " o wi'iw nao im viiw wiws m
er CM..U V0'. T"e Departure of the
",Rr"a lI" n tiie Hay lower' ieVy
,W,'r' ftnd ; o'ersal admiration. A
r"i" "-7 ,u'" UM" ' T laT" 'T
and again, each time to sea new bxauties,
and to gaze upon that being of aurpawlng
I loveliness, the wife of Miles SUudlsfa. It is
the very ideal of Saxon beauty the 4-yes
clear, deep, fearless, as a woman's eyes may
oe, yei ucvoiionai auu couiMing; titer are
turned upward, -peaking the woman's trust
In her husbuud uiid the twui's faith in its
God. There Is no Grecian -outline in the
features no angcllo perfection In tho face;
It Is simply the countcuance -of a woman
beaming with Intelligence aud love. Miles
Btandlsb has features and form to challenge
adintratlou, whllo tbo tale, sick boy, going
forth on the tempestuous ocean, touches
deeply our sympathy andjdty. Nor must
we forget the man of God, who, from the
Bible is finding meet words of cousolatlou
......v. li'"HtU l'VHniMJj MV IIUIIIUII
and hope for this brave band, who, for con
' science sake, are about to seek a homo in a
far-off and Inbespltablecountry, where faith
and religion may dwell together In unison
without fear or restraint.
Fatal Accident. A young man named
Ouly Eckler, formerly of Vermillion coun
ty, III., was killed a few weeks ago, at a
sawmill Jn Washington Territory, under the
following elrcumstauccs : Ho In company
with others, was engaged iu, gcttlug logs
down a hill to tho mill, and uuguardtdly
got ouhe tower .side of a log, which taking
a sudden stat, rolled ou to his body and
lodged ou his breast. Not a bone was bro
ken, aud bis death must have bcWcdused
by the rupture of blood vessels, lie 'has
two brothers and two sisters residing la Or
egon and Washington Territories, AU( l3.
ter in Illinois,
".Dikd Poonl'' Just as .If anybody could
die rich, and in tbat act of dyiug, did not
lose the grasp upon titlcdced aud bond, and
go away a pauper, out of time. No gold,
no Jewels, no lauds or tenements.
And'y'et'men have been buried by Char
Ity's bands,-wbb did die ridwdied worth a
thousand thoughts of beauty, a thousand
pleasaut memories, and a thousand Copes
, .4-Flowers have bloomed oa ourrai
rlee, and passed avay, -from age.to age, un
seen .by ma-rfttid mu.t'Utldes LofttyV'tues
hare been acted 'outlu ubsourp places(1wltb-
!QutuotQor admiration, 'nThej sweetness of
B'bolb has gone ur),o.nevep.!:, ,,m
..... N . linvlnrr luiAn (itinlilj. tnn vl,li tit l...j.h,p
' lUl III . J jl. t ' , .ll '
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