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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1858.
Independent on alt Suhjeets; and devoted ' '
the best Interests ef Souttrrn Oregon. '
rnbtished livery finturdur,
W. G. T7AULT, Editor & Proprietor.
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A literal discount nude to persons wiahliigi,Fi0,trayd,bnfalh tha ahelt'ring trees,
t advertise tcMhr extent of four squares. J Or there reclined in Idle ease ;
it . . - ,
"nPI miBn " i Listening to the rlpllng streams
d h 1 1 1 1 L ii Softly tulnsllntf with my dreams i
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THE Proprietor, having
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HARMON & UBATT.
Comer of Montgomery aud Commer J, ""' dewn of birds is on owl, the most sol
cial Streets, j'emn of bvasts an ass, and tbe most solemn
iQrer Bank Hull, Hankers,
Shu Francisco, Cul.
LiaiTT, Commissioner for Louisiana
ATTOUN E Y-AT-LA W,
iTvrnCE On Main Street, four doors
J suuth of tbe Post Office, Vreka.
of Jklouounlr'aT1' ""ff CoMrto '
Attorney and Counsellor at Laic,
IV ILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS in
the Third Judicial Ontrirl of Ore II
At Kerby ville, Oregon.
D. B. BBESAN,
TfOllXE Y-A T-LA W.
Vi o r
Written for the Sa.vraeu
InseriUd to " CMstahlU."
IrwSti5?h' Nci1 rUnd, a,,
! And whence "the thought that bid me pour
1 My lays to Lrlght New England' shore.'
To answer you, I now will try,
While visions float befor tar eye,
Of scenes which, with a thrilling pow'r,
Steal on my mind at this (till hour,
Thinking the future coming hours
Would drck my path with brighter flon'rt
et, my happiest hours of earth
Were spent around the household hearth.
Rut I will let no lenger flow
I The nieraorv of lung ago :
Hut will, upon this ' gold-frlug'd shore,"
J The free of Nature bene explore.
And will admit 'tis grand to ga:e
I'pon those hills that prendly raise
Tticir tow'riug heads m fur and high
Lvcr pointing toward tbe sky.
lint if within their hidden depths.
No treasure there did safely rest,
, Which oft so gladly greet the eye,
. Mctblnls you soon would pass them by ,
And, perchanee. sigh for '' native land,"
I And lor that hanpr. smiting band
'That yon there left in days gune by,
Vour fortune in this Innd to try.
I Rut this I cannot promise ret,
i My Eastern homo to quite turget :
I I will, with jou, mtrtt "sirrttlv sing,"
h bene er i near tac " sietiges ring."
And will forthwith Implore the muse
To ne more Oregon abuse ;
Hut spread Its glory far and wide
Tilt Eden tf J'oefic tide .'
Kerbytille,.1rrl nth, IMS.
do not blame tlic Ilachclor.
1 do not blame the bachelor,
If he leadt a single lire;
Tb way the girls are now bro't up
He can't sujport a wife.
Time was when girls co'd card and spin,
And wash, and bake and brew.
Hut new they have lokcon a maid,
If Ihry hare aught to do.
I dn not blame the bachelor,
His courage mutt be great,
To think to wed a modern miss,
If small be bis estate.
Time was when wives co'd help to buy
The land they helped to till,
And saddle Dobbin, shell the corn,
And ride away to mill.
Tbe haehclar It not to blnmt,
If he's a prudent man ;
He now mutt lead a single life,
And do tbe best be can.
'i-tuA young lady being told that ber
lover wnt suddenly killed, exclaimed, " Oh,
that splendid gold watch of his ! Give it to
me, that I may remember him, and cherish
bis dear memory."
,rs!lere is an epitaph of four Hues, con
talulug only four syllables :
Shall we nit die !
We thai) die alL
All die shall we !
Die all we shall.
tn-A gentleman meeting John Savage,
one day, loeking very dolorous, said, "Why,
John, what -alls you ; Is not your fiddle in
tunc" No, sir," replied Jack, "It's in
pirThc Dusy-Body. He labors without
thanks, talks without credit, lives without
love, dies without tears, without pity save
that some say "It was a pity be died no
rlt U said that, owing to a falling off
In tbe supply of rutkln, In Parir, this tea'
I son, there will probably be a rise In tbe prico j
of "extra line l.id gloves." ,j
.jrs-lt has been said with justice that the
of men an as too
;S"Have you ever broken a horse 1"
inquired a hone-jockey. "No, cot exactly,"
replied Simmons ; " but I bave broken three
or four wagons."
'I nra thy father' spirit," as the
bottle said to the bov.wben be found it bid
In the woodpile, and wondered what it was, , j
'j-Rejected courtesy becomes enmity. I
W " "'"" l refused, tho mere
closing of the fingers change it to nftst,
b-A henpecked husband rays that In
stead of himself and wife being one, tbey are
ten ; for she is 1, and be is 0,
-O.Wbo was tbe man who first introdnc-
, ..,. ,.,. ,.. ., , -l.k.
i KU pat. jJiv.ioiuun iu.u lug uii; I iiwut
for he took Ham Into tbe ark.
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V. hlch causes a girl tbo most pleasure
to bear herself praised, or another girl run
pcirWhy was Lavater likely to be a good
soldier I Because be could write about face.
ptr'Tbt boy who lost hi balance on tbe ;
ti'Jtfouud ll en the ground thwtly after
The Death of Washington.
.PI ,- lLl .MH.u..n.t wl.l. !(...... '
.uero w noiiH Cu,...... .... .B u.o
of Wash netoo that does not awaken In the'
I . , . . , . ,
nearts or toe American people, a more pain
' otic spirit, and a deeper love for that liberty
i of the people, and that union of Stales, In!
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good man so earnestly labored. c cherish
. as dear, not only every incident connected
, with hi life, but eren the circumstance
, connected witn tits ticain, nnoruing as tney
' do an evidence, if any evidence were want
ing, of the place occupied In the heart of
! hls.colcmporarie. by the Father of his Coun-
n?? Wlili ihf tltir. wr niibllth lhla wrck '
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for the benefit of our readers, the action of1
Congreis upon receiving the news of Wash-1
lugton's death, which we have tnlcn from '
the L'lstcr County Gazette, (furnished us by !
I a friend, who keeps it as an heir loom,) pub
lished at Kingston. Ulster County, N. V.,
by Samuel Freer & Sou, Saturday, January
HOUSE OF UEI'ItnSENTATIYna.
Tuvrjuay, December 23.
Mr. Marshall, with deep sorrow ton bU.'connIdep snitublc nannw isf i ajlas Lonor
i countenance, and In a low, pathetic tone of
i voice, rose and addressed the House as
Tt. ...I.H.kiiW A..A.., Mtfh wa vn.1... '
,UF UIVIUIKUUM IHUI
day announced without doubt
dered but too certain Our Washington is
no more I The hero, the sage, and the pa-
trial of America the man
ou whom, In
. - - r
times of danger, every eye wa turned and
... . .. s.,i . s. . ....
uil iivi'w iuhvui tuts iikM wum iu mi
own great actions, and in the heart, of an!
llonate and aflllcied people.
If, sir. it had not been usnal, openly to
testify repct for the memory cf thine whom
Heaven l.nd selected as Its Instruments for
diipenslug good to man, yet such has becu
tho uncommon worth, and such the extra
ordinary incident which lave marked the
life of him hoN) loss wc all deplore, that
the whole American nation, Impelled by tbe
same feelings, would call with ono olee for
a public manifestation of that sorrow which
Is so deep end to universal.
More than any other Individual and as
much as to one Individual was poIMe, bat
he cuntrllmteil to fnmiil tlila uur w i Jivtnri'.il.
luc rninlrc. and to clve to tho Western1'
World Its Independence and its freedom.
Having effected the great object for which ' l"'e 0I T "t"cs "" " Tu
be as placed atlbe luad of our armies, we eroIneDt 'b,6- Ancient and modern
have seen hita convert the .word nto the'Uame ,re JlmIu!,hc,J Ututt Um GreftU
1 plon -share and voluntarily sink the soldier !ne,na u baT0 often been allied,
:... .... i.i but his fame I whiter than It Is brilliant.
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Whentbu tlebll tr of our federal nilem
had become manifest and tbe bonds which J
connected the parts of this vatt continent '
were dissolving, we have seen him tbo chief'
'ot those Patriot who formed for ut a Con. ,
wiii.I uust. b,til.l. ami perpetuus
tho,c blessings our revolution had promised
'.,. .. I
InoUdieneetotb. general voice of uU'!
country, calling on him to preside over a '
great people, we have seen him once more
quit tbe retirement be loved, nnd In a sea-1
son more stormy nnd tempestuous than war
itself, with calm and wite determination. '
T. H? !-.'nterts of the nation nnd
cumriuukc more iuaa any omer coum con;
tribute to tho establlthment of that system
of policy which will. I trust, vet ureteric1
our peace, our honor, and our Independence. '
Having been twice unanimously chosen the
Chief Magistrate of a free iH:oplc, wc see
bim, at a time when his re-election with the
uuivcrsal suffrage could cot have been
doubted, affording the world a rare Instance
of moderation, by withdrawing from his
station to the peaceful walks of Wc.
However public confidence may chance
I and public affections fluctuate with respect
j to others, yet with respect to him they have,
In war and In peace, in public nnd iu private'
lit liatssn atMlflv MS lit nvii n nt.,.1 i
...v,.. j . .. w- ... u..uu,
aim as cousiam as uis own rxaucu virtuee.
j Let us then, Mr. Speaker, pay the last
tribute of respect and affiction to our dc-1
parted friend. Let the Grund Counell of
the nation display those tentimeuU which
the nation feels.
For this purpose, I hold in my band some
resolutions, which I will take the liberty to
offtr to tbe House.
"Resolved, That this House will wait on
the President of the United States, in con
dolence of this mournful event.
"Resolved, That tbe Speaker's chair be
Ubroudcd with black, and that the Members
!n,i nr,r. nni,n iinii..iri,uA.,.i..i
"Reaahcd, That a committee, in conjunc-
'tlon with one from the6euatc.be appointed'
to consider on the moat suitable manner of
paying honor to the memory of the man,
first in war, first in peace, and first in the
hearts of hi countrymen."
Resolved, That this House, when it ad
journs, do adjourn to Mondsy,
These resolutions were unanimously
llagrecdto. Sixteen member were appoint
,. .... ,,..
d on the third resolution.
Generals Marshall and Smith were ap
pointed to wait on the President to know at
what time It would le convenient to receive
General Marshall and Smith havkg
waittd oc tie Frtrident with the tret rtes-
I'lutloo, reported that the President would
d Tbe j, ,cconllngly ,jlcd oa bim
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' Cl'UhU lUUiOWU .S3IUVUI IU(
following words i
Sia : Tbo House of Representatives, pen
etrated with a sense of the irrrparable loss
IlUlw.a bj the nation, by the death of
i ,Ut grCB, ,nd good roftn lhe iUutroosj and
luioved Washington, wait on you. air. to
ciprrM tucir condolence on this melancholy
and distressing event
( To which the President made the follow
i Gentlemen tf the JTovte ef Hrreenta
lives: 1 receive with great respect and af
fection the condolence of the House of He-
presentatlvcs on the melancholy and afflict
, ing event in the death of tbe most illustri
ous, and beloved pcrronage which this coun
try ever pf oduced. I sympitbize with you,
j with the nation, and with good men through
the world, in this lrrtparable loss sustained
by us all. JOHN ADAMS.
A message was received from the Seuttc
, Informing the House that they had agreed
1ft th nnnlnlrnMit nf . tnlnl nmniiiiHftv in
1 1 to the mtmory of tbe man, first In war, first
I In peace, and first la the heart of his coun-
, trymen, and that they had appointed seven
which was yetcr . members to join a committee for that pur
lUbt.hssboenrfll.'no,. idl'd tlllMondav.
poie. Adj'd till Monday.
To the PRESIDENT of the UNITED
ii ST VT15
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THE Ecnate of the United Stales respect-
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ff ".. P" rp0 '!
UCT " '" "'? T Tn TS
sustained in the death o( General George
Washington. This event, so distressing to
all our fellow citizens, must be peculiurly ' I
heavy to you, who have long been alexia- .
ted with him in deeds ef patriotism. Pcri,
mil us, sir, to mingle our tears with yours, I'
on this occasion; It Is manly to weep. To,,'
loip aupb a man et .urh . rrl.T. I. nn rnm.it
mon calandlv to tb. warbl OUr rot.ntrr
mourns her Father. The Almighty Dispo
ser of human events has taken from us our
greatest I'cnefactor nnd ornament. It be-
comes us to submit with revercuce to him
who "m&kelh darkness bis Parllien."
With pMrlolie pride, we review the Ufe of
our Washington, and compare him with
"' -"V"" " ni..imi ..
tuc ainjT.iy vi uia viriuc.
ll .,...U Ikl.
Intemperance ofambition, and darkened the
splendor of victory. The scene demand
we RT0 no ,onRer BM,C,U '" mi-rortunci
to the end of hi, Journey, and carried with
, 1'm 'DnB K" of honor j he has
deposited it safelr where m sfortune cannot
!-") malic, cannot Wast it.-
l,Tored of UeaTen-1'e departed without
kH.ltIngtbc weakness ofhumanlty; msg -
" deUi the darkness of the grave
t?$ df nlo
,SuJh " t,be, oan, 1,0tm we deplore
' , . "
JwwpleW -Wt Is In Heaven.
Let his countrymen consecrate the mem-
0,T of tu0 bfroic General, tho PatrIutlc'rjcarcri
Statesman nnd the Irtuous Sage ; let them ; i M '
teacb tbeir cnimrcn ncierto rerget tbat the
fruiu ot bU 'ftlf. BnJ u' example Me,
j THE PRESIDENT'S ANSWER.
Gentlemen of the Senate.'
' I recelte with the most respectful and af
fectionate sentiments, In this impreeilve nd
dress, the obliging expressions of your
Bret. for the lots our country has sustained '
t.. iL. .I..II. . I I .... I 1.1..ji
.mucueam ut ncr musk vewviacu, uciuj
'and admired Citttea.
In tho multitude of my thought nnl re- I echoed from the woods aud bills around, .'great many editors who bavo nmaated for
collections, on this melancholy event, jou Jl fhrce general diKbarges by tbe Infantry, i tuDM )' tue '"'pic exercise of their talents,
will permit roe ouly to tay, that I have teen
bim In tbe days of adversity, in some of tbe
scenes of his deepest and mot trying per
plexities; I bave alto attended bim In bis
! highest elevation and most prosperous fell
icUy : with uniform admiration of his wis
I dom, moderation and constancy.
Among all our original associates, In the
memorable League of the Continent iu 1774,
nl.l.l. A. .-.i........! ,L. . 1 tit .-
ii nuitu ui.b i'icncu tu sovereign will 01
Free Nation in America, he was the onlj
one remaining in the General Government
Although, with a constitution more enfte
iblid than bis, at an age when be thought It
fnccesry to prepare for retirement. I feel
myself alone, bereft of mv last brother: yet
J I derlvo strong consolation from tbe unanl
'mous disposition, which appears in all aget
and classes, to mingle their sorrows with
'mine, on this common calamity to the
Tha life of our WASHINGTON cannot
'suffer by a comparitoo with those of other
j countries, who have been most celebrated
I and exalted in Fame. Tbe attributes and
decorations of Royalty, conld only have
served to eclipse the majesty of those vir
tues, which made bim, from being a modest
cititec, a more resplendent luminary. Mis
fortune, had b lvtd,vould btrcsfttr hsvt,
'sullied bis glory only with those superficial
.minds, who, believing that character and
action arc marked by success alone, rarely
'deserve to enjoy It. Malice could never
blat his honor, and Knvy made him a sin
gular exception to her universal rule. For
bimstlf he had lived cnongh to life and gjory.
I For his fellow clllxens, if their prayers
could have been answered he would have
been Immortal. For me bis departure ts at
) a most unfortunate moment. Trusting,
however, in the wlto and righteous dorai
Lion of I'rovidcnce over psIons of men,
'and tbe result of their councils and actions,
1 as well as over tbtir lives, nothing remains
for me but bumble resignation.
I His example is now complete, and it will
teach wisdom and virtue to Msglstrates,
Citizens and men, not only In the resent
age, but in futuro generations, as long as
'our history shall be read. If a Trajan found
a Pliny, a Marcus Aurclius ran never want
Iliograpbers, Eulogist or Historians.
; United States, Dec. 2i, 1799.
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i On W..duedv latt. the mortal rrt f.
WASHINGTON tbe Grrtt-tbe Father of!.
his Country and the Friend of man, wt seen-
signed to the tomb, with solemn honors anditno,D,nK ""P 1B" ?nT
funeral jump. Uod wen are given to this practice, Is un
A multitude or persons assembled from! dcnUUe ?beJ UM Trr' ,,ekcd ""f ,n
many .mil. s round, tt Mount Vernon, the lwJ " J. rMy meaning nu
cl,nl. aLoJe atd lit r!Ji.n nf th ill,,.. . h lut overlooking, with culpable care-
trlous chief. There were the grovet-the
spacious avenues, the beautiful and sublime
(j'HVivussiituuvri itiv uvauiu'ii nuu puuiiuit '
rttM. the noble m.nslcu-but alas) the'
laugnst Inhabitant was now no were. That
great soul was gone. Ills mortal part was
there Indeed : but ah ! how affecting! bow
awful the rpectacle ef such worth and great
nes, thus, to mortal eyes, fallen! Tes I
, lu "" "- ,? "",? "'"" ""'
iiiv aikiv ni.ii.cu iu ait ui. giurr, Bun la
,ltto "" !.
Tbe countenance still
composed and serene, seemed to depress the
dignity of the spirit, which lately dwelt In
that lifeless form. There those who paid
the latt tad honors to the benefactor of his
country, took an Impressive a farewell
On the ornament, at the head of the cof
fiD. was Inscribed StnuLApJcciDira-about
the middle of the coffin uloma pro and on
the silver plate,
Departed this life, on the Hth December
,i itoq T-t r.a
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Tlctwten three nnd four o'clock, tbe sound
th" . .,.,,.,..
rroc,,oa WM formcd un j m0.ti . Ii
. . P"",,on WM ,oraw DU ra0Tta u I
tt. roHowlBsj wder :
Infatll, C With arms reversed,
, Gus,d. 3
The cineral's horse with hi, saddle, hoi-
' C1, Sinms, Kams.y, snd P.yne.-P.l.
Cola. Gilpin, Marsleller, and Lltlle.-Pall
When the procession htt arrived at the
bottom of the elevated lawn, on the banks
of the Potomac, where tbe family vault is
placed, the cavalry baited, tbe Infantry w"6 noi "iy . uu' ..
marched towards the Mount and formed '. ' protect against alt this, Neln
their llnes-tbe Clergy, tho Mseoulo liro., I upon It, that editorship Is as good a pro-
thers. and tbe Citlrens descended to the
v-..i! ,.i,i.r. it ...i......!lren who find It so bard to live, had better
WM j,rrforWlt (jo
,was nrrlorwttl. ILo nrlnsr was rcoeatir
from ,i,e TC(M. in o,. ri,cr .,. ,vt .ouud,1
tbe cavalry, and 1 1 pieces of artlller v, which 1
ll - " -
nKl lL lnV. nf Hip Pntnmai- I.pV rt tl...
Vault, paid the last tribute to tbe entombed
Commander in Chief of the armies of the
L'nlted States aud to tbe departed Hero.
The sun was cow setting. Alas' the son
of OLOiir was set forerer. No tbe name
of WASHINGTON the American Presl.
dent and General will triumph over Death'
The unclouded brightness of bis Glory will
illuminate tbe future ages I
A Lovlr's Ui;v..oe A gentleman of
this city who bad bten paying his attentions
to a fair lady not unknown to fame, and
wnose aaareesesano presents were ror a lime
gtV.VUJ MV(JII 1VUUU UlUiHil UUI WIJ(
since jilted by the coquette, aud in conse
quence their amicable relatione were rup
tured. Th female took a woman' privi
lege and enjoyed her liberty to tbe fullest
itxteot; not content with wbtch, she was
foolish enough to ooujle abuse with her re
marks. This reaching tbe ear of the party
mctt interested, be undertook a coved meth
od of revenge, no less than the purchase of
ill claim agalott ber, end they amounted I
to a good round sum. Armed with amount
lue from milliners, shoemakers, dry goods
tttrebsett no4 tree boMs t cellec'or r.t
duly sent to present thtm. with Instruction
to be careful and present but ono account at
a time. The lady at first was perplexed,
and finally, become annoyed, demanded If
all her creditors bad entered tnto a league
' against her. The collector responded hon
estly, and informed her that they were con
centrated In the hands of one Individual,
mentioning his name. The belle, consider
ing her inQuenee slftl of some weight, laugh
ed at the matter and trusted her kind cred
itor might obtain his money. Legal pro
ceedings, however, being threatened, the
fair one was bronght to terms, and not alono
1 cached vp.'tat endeavored to make up with
the old love. Tbe money be recovered, but
the proffer of affections he rejected, much to
her cbsgria. The storyfound currency ss
a " Roland fur her Oliver" and tbe lady bis
'sought refuge, If net oblivion, In "a csrr
county.' Cat. Spirit ef tin Timrt.
Spirit of llii
This shocking habit is shockingly on the
.Increase. It seems as if every third man
(was aecuttMncJ to use expressions more or
less profane, with which to bolster up his
.' otherwise feeble speech,
Swearing Is lllogl-
eai.MwHM nsughty.and Is quite as great
B breach of philosophy as of etiquette, to say
,lM,ncM' "" oatraS Uey commit sgalnit
I morality, religion, and Integrity. There
'" ome, however, who sftuaUy defend, on
I ' I-rlnelple. the uve of profane language, as a
sort of safety-valve against extreme anger.
They say "better out than In," and when
they become insanely wrathful, vent their
spleen In a series of oaths, which, they aver,
j afford them much relief. Fuscll, tbe French
artist, believed In this, and whtn bis wlf
(an exceedingly passionate woman) got an-
1 gry, used to tsy, " Swear, my dear, swear
It will relieve you 1" She did not swear,
I however, and ultimst.lv died from apoplexy.
(induced by a fit of anger a clrcumstanoa
which was to Fuscll, a positive proof of Mi
theory. Hut to our mind, It would be far
better, If tttfe human steam-boilers would
expend tbe energy they now watte'ln pro
fanity, In learning to control their tempers,
so that no tuch safety valve would I re
quired. Iu this country, wc regret to ssy,
the habit of swearing ll by no meant confln
el to the rougher sex. In fashionable socie
ty, especially, we find that It la awfully pre
valent among ladles t One whom we know,
generally hides ber wickedness behind htr
' brother, saying, "Well, at Charley ssys,
- ,"tU. shielding her.el, A.I.bov r.
ore not to scrupulout, and we sbould be
1 1 we bare heard from ladles who move In tbe
"first circles," and who are uckuowlcugtJ
a belonging to tbe ion tin. Cannot torn
of our cntbutlaitlc divlnet make thlt a mat
ter of tspeelal investigation and reform?
Thlt present season of revivals Is a very pro
per time, and a great sensation might be
produced, perhaps, by a sermon, or a series
of sermons, egalost tbo sinful and pernicious
habit of profane swearing, addressed to tho
ladles rarticularly' It would be a capital
tubject for the Hev. Mr. Spurgeon, on tbe
other side of tbe water, and perhaps some of
ournatheSpurgeons might do It justice
here. Who will commence 1 Golden Prise.
Ewtobs. Editor are an abated clan of
cry respectable Individual. Not content
with the taunts of poverty, dishonesty, etc.,
so lavUbly showered upon them by tbe pub-
lie, they often take an apparent delight In
ttulm as any other, and those of our breth-
. ... ..
resign luoquin nu rciwvi., i " wvu-
patlou better willed to them. There are a
1 ontl 00 C,M profcesloual mm Is more con-
! . i .......
CSt ana UMIKUl as a C10M. is nuuimvu
for people to tupKse that the editor Is al
ways out at tbe elbow that hi wallet con
tains nothing but clipping, from exchange
papers, and unpaid washing bills that bis
bat Is invariably a " shocklug bad " one, and
that be Is very miserable at all point. In
the name of the guild, we deny this agrees,
ble supposition, and beg of our brethren
that they will be a little more chary of the
publication of their private woes. It Is only
because these are held up before the world
that the profession Is to stigmatised, and, If
tbe detagremens of lawyers, doctors, and
an equally nlde notoriety,
they would suffer as greatly at tbe bands of
that stern Judge and jury Public Opinion.
ptrka Irishman, In France, was drink
Ing with some company who proposed the
toast, "Tbe land we live in." "Aye, with,
all me soul, me dear," said be. " here's pocr
bS,The strongest kind of a bint a ycusg
Ml wklnga gentleman to swe if one of her
'lag wJU go on bis little flogtr.
, Thc Pareotm of Jokiog.-Ifs a
aiw jo .litri that kncTi its os father.