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JACKSONVILLE, OERGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1858.
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MrptnJeitt on all Subject! and itevotttl
tjlUittt Inttrettt of Southern Oregon,
Published Hvcrr Saturday,
W, 0, TV AUI.T, Klllorfc Proprietor.
lino Your, $5 Oil Hlx Month, 93 OOt
Threo Montln, $1! 00.
Ono Suaro f lwolo " or lean, first In-
nertlon, $3 00; each subsequent inscrtiou,
tufjtii Cinoa, each square, for one year,
t30;ilx nontlu, $15; three months, $10.
A liberal ittsftunt mJo to persons wishing
to sdvertlst to the extent of four squares.
Till! Proprietor, bavins a cood vai.
L etr of Jon TYPE on hand. I nm,
! ml to do all kinds of
or LAMENT AL
On the SHORTi:ST NOTICE, an 1 on the
moit REASONABLE TERMS ; such ns
'Vc 'J'., ijc.
JO'l ttotk none in
in k, tt;r -, -
to salt customers 'Orders ntyejti.i.
Corner California and lid Streets,
JACKSON villi:, OltKGON.
KI.IPPKL 6c WILKINNON,'
(WMUIAL STAGE HOUSE.
April 2, 1838. I2tf.
DR. L. GAHUHG,
I'hviirinn, Kurtoou nml Accouchur,
T"VTI.L Promptly ailenil any who may
1 I rrnuiro lilt professional servient.
JrThu largest and best ielecion of
iirufitiul rueiit Medicines constantly on
Orncr.-CaliCornla Street next to ilia
Tin Shop. OrnG
IMM.IAKD AND DRINKING
JACKSONVILLE, O. T.
n. j. MiTnir
Oppoilto Eeglo Hotel,
KUUUYVILLK, O. T.
Jsnusry 1, 18.18.
DES. BROOKS & THOMPSON,
Physicians and Surgeons, .
OrriCK "Jacksonvllla Drug Store"
opposite Union llouin.
07 A cimiiaut supply of Urugt and
I'sient Medicine, always on hand.
v. n, junMo.v,
Lite of Sacramento.
II. J. LADATT,
IUEM0N & LABATT.
Corner of Montgomery aud Commer
(Over Hanks & Hull, Hankers,
Hun Frnnclsco, Vn)t
II J LitATT, Commissioner for Louisiana
R. B. SHELLING,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, '
dfFFI0E-On Main Street. lour doors
J south or the Post Office, Yreka.
W Will practice in tho District Courts
of Jackson County, O.t. 2 20f
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
V7"H.L ATTEND TO I1USINES8 in
the Third Judicial District uf Ora-
At Kerhyvjlle, Orvgon,
D. D, BRENAN,
A TTOHNE Y-A. T-LAW.
OFFICE At his rc.idenr.e, Jtutoou.
ville, O T -13
nr oko. i). rniiwricK.
Tho tender dew drops fall
Upon the shutting Mowers i like soulsnt rest
The stars shine gloriously, and nil
Bare me arc blest.
Mother, I loro thy cravo ;
Tho vlolct.'wlth Its blossoms blue nnd lullil,
Wares o'er thy head : when villi It vravo
Aborc thy child?
'Tis a sweel (lower, yet must
Its bright leaves to the tempest low
Dear mother, 'tis thine emblem) dust
Is on thy brow. , t
And I could lore to die i
To learo untaitcd life's d.irk bltterstresms,
Ily thee, ns erst In childhood, Ho
And share thy dreams.
Ami I must linger hero,
To stain the plumage or my sinless years.
And mourn the hoiios to rhli."-' u,ar
VUU M lcnr-
A lonely brnUlw '',
Whose last frail Icifl withered tree,
Went down wlt,n"mo,Jr ,cre'
Oft from life's withered bowe.
In still communion wllh Hie mst. .
And inuso on thee, tho only flower'"1
In memory's uru.
And when the evening nalo.
Hows, like n mourner on tlm dim blue wave,
I stray to hear tho night winds wall
A round thy grave.
Where Is thy spirit llown ?
I pare iiborc thy look Is Imaged (here ;
I listen, and thy gentle tone
Is on the air.
0 come, whllo hero I press
Sly brow upon thy grave, and In these mild
And thrilling tones or tenderness.
Bless, bless thy child.
WRfl,T,t.Nf ?l)-liJ'll" '.TlgTg
- r- . i.-.T t--
is mmmmm mmm;
'A tail H.iaaia.iltL.I . Vrlff
"7" fTjiiw m jxuni mi g
nan aivcn ucr conient"-;
To early wed with roe and so
I iwstcil cir to seo
ily dear friend llrown John Urown and
If ho would bride man bo.
lie had opposed my courtship
And uow, Into my ear,
Ho whispered that 'twas folly
That It would cost me dear
That marrUd life was dreadful
When no longer It was now
Tint I would bo a hen-pecked mau,
And wife would be a threw,
I own his words perplexed me ;
I knew not what to do;
fc'o I went Into the country
To stay a week or two,
And think tho matter over
Hut era n week bad sped,
I formed the resolution
To hasten back and wed,
I hurried to tho city,
Without an hour's delay,
And called at once to seo my love
And fix the wedding day;
Alas I alack! I learned from one,
That Jana had married Brown John
Aud left the day before.
The honeymoon is over,
Acd they arc back agnlu :
I pardon Ilrown's vllo perfidy,
Which caued such grievous pain ;
I met him In tho nlreet to-day,
He looked tremendous ''blue,"
And I havo learned enough to know
That Jane hat proved a shrew.
p3T During a lesson on the animal king
dom, tho teacher put the following ques
tion: 'Can any boy name mo an nnimalofthe
order edentata that Is. a front-toothless
A boy, whoso fueo beamed with pleaiuro
nt tho prospect of a good mark, replied s
'Well, what Is tho animal I asked the
My grandmother I' replied (he boy, with
tea- A clergyman wa rebuked by a bro
ther of tho cloth, a-faw days ago, for tmok-
lug. Tbo culprit jreplled that he used tbo
weed moderately. V
- hat dp you call moderately !' Inquired
' Why, sir,' said the .offender, ' ouo cigar
nt a time.'
, Suspicious tailor to a suspected cut
'Make m a rnnt ttr '
... w-. ., ... .
Oh yes, etr, with the greatest pleasure.
There, just stand in that position, please,
and look right upon that sign while I take
Sign reads ' Terms Cash.'
aa-'Now, George, you must divide the
cake honorably with your brotberirlee.,
' What Is honorable, mother tHj
It means thot you must girfflfe'tho
Then, mother, I'd rather that Charley
should divide It.'
JB8T ' You are an Irishman,' said a fellow,
tauntingly to his neighbor.
' Well, sir, I tra no more reiponslble for
having been born an Irlcbman than you are
ferbiving been born ac ate.'
Nortlici-ii Vlow of DisHiilon.
The Hon. Mr, Dawson, na President of the
Democratic Convention of Pennsylvania,
says (ho Charleston Mercury, taken tho most
sensible view of tho capacities of the North
and tho South, for separate and Independent
government, that we have yet met with from
that quarter t
"Tho only Lottlllly which England has to
the American pcoplo is to our republican
example. She hopes to seo disunion effect
ed through (ho agitation of tha Nlavcry
question. ! aceon." ...-
una alii"" ... ----
l,o Southern section. This would suit
England, while It would bo fatal to us.
Nor would the lino oi scparauou ucpmc
the South of witiy advantages or locomo
tion iv irniiorlitlon which sho non en
joys. Uast )our eyo over mo mHp oi mo
Stutes, nnd you see that every river west
of tho Hudson to tho Illn flranile, haa its
oullol to the Aliunde and the (lulfof Mexico
through ihc siavu territory.
On tho other hand, In tho event of tho
dissolution cf tho Union, what would be the
position or the North Could sho as readi
ly unite In tho formation of n now govern
ment) There are numirous constdoratlona
hich forbid tho Idea. An insuperable bar
('c'o tho forirmllou or a common govern
ment .0,j ttrcscut Itscir in tho want or
rcllowilu. -vvlitcla would bo found to exist
between th. Slnlc, 0f jjcw i:ngand and
thoio Of Ilia 0,o rallev nnd of the unncr
iMIsiiMlppl. Tin. now England character,
liiitelleclu.il and Cierprlsliir aslllscon
I fused to bo, by Its loustaul Incllnallou to
novelty In politics, moials and religion, nnd
Hit morbid love of imi,1im nvcr slitco tho
binding of tho Mayflower, been Invested
with a peculiarity rendering It nllcn to tho
WsU.0? i-Wt mw &&n rihfcCfflnH;
! e SMrimmltinl Kt sWasw
rtMseSCr Wm Mr sic4tiMtf ff-fir
sylvnnla nnd New V kTniralhTreS?
tint two Senators should be the fair allot
ment for all New England t
Then, again, how will you rccouctlu tho
interests of Now England, which ore manu
facturing, wllh the commercial Interests of
New lork, and the agricultural Interests or
tho West ."
Suxnun. Of all the monsters of human
birth, open or masked, that go up and down
tho earlh, slander Is tho chief. Oftener
batched or Idlo depravity than or active
malice, it is in every Turin an assassin's dag
ger. Perchance no living imil has eircaped
Its thrust to universal Is it. It rears not
Hie high and scorns not the low. Every-
wucrciis wiiiierlug venom spreads, embit
tering (be world's heart, nnd enkindling halo
and read. Devilish child of tho unbridled
tongue, what paugs, what ogonlcs, what re
morse hast thou begotten 1 0, toneuo I that
canst whisper to swcclly or love that can
burn with tho firoof frkndihlp.lhmo with
tue eloquence or mcroy and truth that
canst thrill tho eoul wllh delights, and con-
tecrato It to ull that is beautiful and holy,
why wilt thou over defllo thyself with tho
j demon'! curse, the serpent's hiss? Angel
one moment nnd vampire the next I 0,
I tongue 1 that art so capable or good, aud yet
so preno to evil that canst bid llvo, and
yet must kill I Hut for tho slander, pcaco
might dwell among meu tho living happy,
and the dead unharmed. Hut for Blunder
ah I the poet named theo well
"Slander, thou foulest whelp of sin!"
"Gossip," art thou In thine Infancy, stir
ring up rancor and bitterness In neighbor
hoods T in thy fullness, thou art a black,
blasting "He." All men hate thee and scorn
I thee, nnd yet to all thou art "a sweet mor
sel on mo- tongue." Who can answer for
this anomaly who explain it? Blessed be
the tongue that speokclh praise and truth ;
accursed lorevcr do mo tonguotuatuttereth
falsehood and slander I
A Fatiier'd Advice. Many years ago, I
, remember of young man leaving his pa
ternal roof to look out for himself. On tho
Uvo of quitting his native village, his father
, placed a roll of bank bills in his bands, with
this advlco t "Joslab, you are now about to
go out into the wide world, where 'tis a good
deal wider than It is here, and no fence
round it, nuther. Tako them bills; and,
mind ye, keep yer Angers onto 'em tight,
for tbo wind is mighty apt to blow 'era whar
you'll never seo 'era agin. You hain't got
a hard-flnleh cdicalion, but I tell ye, Joslab,
common school larnln' Is Jlst as good as tbo
burd-finleb, if yo only know bow to lsdk
it. Don'tswar don't throw tliodipsMl
play the kcards don't bang about tavuros
but yer may cbnwr terbnker some, 'canto
yer dad does. Don't cheat anybody what
can't afford to stand It; them m can, you
may put the bard finish onto us thick as yer
like. Keep a stiff upper lip, Joslab, and
don't let nobody Impose on ye. H tbey do,
just bring out them bard-flnlsh licks what
yer old dad bas guv ye fur a 'Jurltance."
?. The last excuse for crinoline it, Ibat
the "weaker Tcitelt" need much booplng.
The New York correspondent of the Sao
ramento Vnton, under date of April 12th,
l.ola Montet has closed her amusing lec
tures In this city, by giving two evenings to
her own history, and to full houses. The
ex-Countpss told her hearers that the was
barn In Limerick, Ireland, In 182 1 ; that her
rather was Blr Edward Gilbert, and that her
family name by her mother's sldo was Mon-
Moorish blood In her veins. Her rather was
married bemro he was twenty, to her moth
er fifteen, aud little Lola arrived almost In
tho nilddlo or tho honeymoon. For tlm
J definition or "honeymoon" seo Webster, w ho
sayoth, "tho first month nrtcr marriage."
flhKtenaelirl.triird Maria Dolores Ellla Ilo.
sanna Gilbert tl.o diminutive or Dolores
being Lola or I.ollta. At tho ago of four
teen, the requested Copt. James to run nwny
with her, that she might cscnpo marriage
with an old min named I.umlcy, n Judge of
the Supreme Court, dipt. Jnmcs, nged 27,
made Loin bis wire, and sho repented tho
bargain Immediately after, for sho found the
had secured only tho shadow of a husband.
Tho lecturer here related somo curious an
ecdotes of llfo In fudU, which tnaJo tho
uiulo portion or the audience laugh, and tho
ladle blush. After living with Capt, James
eight months, the eloped with another lady,
and tho felt no sorrow nt tho result. Sho
appeared soon uftcrwards lu London, where
her atep-falhcr presented her with $20,000
and a home to llvo In
Miss Fanny Kelley
tried to nittko of her an actress, but failed ;
( sut was nuuo a iriiiJf, nuu urs appear-
cd with Mr. LumUy, nt Her Majesty's The-
-i I.-..1 II i I.. -.1
?, . "7,,, . ' . , UU"""K' "'i.palr of shoes ns aro necessary for him; four
If her chIM was dead: btr debut wos sue- 'I ... .,..... ..n. ,.... . .
-.,- .p.. ....... I mAM l.rAtlntit
In ii .ii.l. In ln.i. i
rSTTS JV- - 5 -"..,.,...
.MH nu-.-.i... vtv.u
Lwey, Mm MilK
MStBJ fVissp k ttM
V?T"LT'ir . rIft-V .. llTC,'.r.-
her, over iCncf1TnrdrrTri
Viceroy or Poland, fell disgracefully" In
love with her, although ho was an old man.
For tho reason that Lola's Imprcguable vir
tue withstood all his offers, tho Prince caus
ed her to ba hissed at tho theater one night,
when Lola advanced and Informed tho au
dience that Ihoio hluas were nril.rrtl fnr '
her because tho had refused certain propo -
sltlons from tho Prlnco. Tho nudlenco ap -
plauded her for her braverv. but the was or.
Idered to bo arrested next day, and sat with
in loaded pistol soveral hours, threatening to
shoot tho first ofllcor who thoiild attempt to
enter her room. At length the French Con
sul claimed her ns a rubject, and she was. I
compelled to quit Warsaw. Sho then de
scribed an Interview the ouco had wllh the
Emperor Nicholas, who, when tomo officers
caniu to visit him, thrust her into a closet,
and on releasing her, gava her 7S0 roubles,
laying he would always do that when be Im
prisoned any or his subjects unjustly. This
closed the first lecture, nnd on Monday last
Lola delivered tho concluding one. After
leavlug St. Petersburg, tho went to Paris,
auu wnj "aujanccu" lij to tue editor of Jm
i Vrene, who was soon uftcr killed In a dud
by M. do Heauvlllon. Lola hastened to the
dueling ground "for the purpose or taking
tho place or her lover, but was too late."
On tho trial or the "murdered," nt Itouen,
i sho was examined at tho same time with AL
exandro Dumas. After this uufortunate af
fair sho went to Bavaria, where tho as a
dancer, and King Louis feeling a "fatherly
affection" for her, they became worm frlsnds,
and she taught blm Low to rule. Ily her
counsels to the King, sho broke down the
influence of the Jesuits, and of Austria, and
in spite of them she was made Countess or
Lanefcldt, aud was presented with an estate
or tho same name, containing three thousand
souii unuer uer own ruie. ouo inuuenccuii
the King to dismiss his Cabinet, nnd this I
roused tho enmltv of tho Jesuits nnd of
trla to new efforts. Sho was pronounced a
fiend, n the duvll, nnd a doien other bard
names were applied to her. The priesthood
denounced ber from tbo pulpit, saying there
was no longer a Virgin Mary to bo worship
ed, for that "Venus" (meaning Lola) had
usurped her place. Tremendous applause
from tbo audience She was often shot at,
onco poisoned, and was finally obliged to
flee to Switzerland, disguised as a "purty"
peasant boy, nnd afterwards secretly rbvis-
I ted King Louis in tbo same dress, ilcfore
coming to America, ebe married Captain
lleald, from which match nothing but sor
row resulted. Notwithstanding all the sto
ries about her bortc-whlpplng men, she bad
never handled a cowhide in ber lire, and
other slauders about ber were equally un
founded. Her adventures since the came to
America were lightly parsed over, from
which you may correctly Infer that the bas
not related her hull history.
jrtrAn exchange has discovered that
Schottlsoh Is a corruption of the words
'Scotch Itch.' and that tbo famous dance
owes its name to a person afflicted with the
Scotch plagu!) aforesaid. Awful, Indeed!
,,rm rm y .
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WMiMflL' - -
A CnrloHs Documcut.
Washington, at everybqJy knows, was
very methodical ; nnd ho was parti
have matters about which a dlsput'
arise, "put In writing." The arttch.
Is copied from one of his "pptrt,'
both characteristic and amusing, mm
ncrccment with bis gardener, whefiB
penra, wsa In tho habit of getting "tl)
"Articles of agreement mado thlaj
day ol April, Anno Domini, one t
twron George Washington, Esq
lib of Truro. In the countr of Fnlrfa
of Vlrelula. on ono nart. and I'hllln Ilatcr.ii
i 1'hlllp Dalcr.li
rinr,inBr nn it,, niimr iviinf ... iimt Dm
said Philip Baler, for aud In eonsKlcrotIon'I'lUMltoTl3U Cnllfon.li, accompanied by the
or tho covenants herein hereafter mcntlonid.J, material aid was duly dispatched, and In
doth promise and agree to serve the said ,(
flrnr. Wnnl.lnolnn fur the term of one vcar!.
as a Gardener, i.nd that he will during the'
same lime, conduct ..ItntcirfohcrJy.dlllgcni -
ly nnd honcslly-lhat he will rallliMly and
Industriously perform oil nnd every part of
his duty ns t Gardener, to tho best of bin
knowlcdgo nnd abilities, and that be will
not at any tlmo suffer himself to be disguis
ed with liquor, except on times hereafter
"In consideration or these things being
woll nnd truly performed on the part or the
said l'lillo Hater, the said George Washing-
tun doth agrco to allow him (tbo said Phil
lip) tho eamo kind and quality or provisions
as he has heretofore had, and likewise, an
nually, n decent suit of clothes, befitting a
man In Illn Italian in rnnilnl off-nut. vent
iL ..j brp.pi.p. . . wnrvint, i.Pbni and Lrreeb.
j el of ,l0mMpun UMtt , ts0 wblle ,lllrli .
, cLcck do , , kct ,mnJkcr,
MoW(ft wo pnlronlnon ovcrimlls, as manj
" -' "'-I -."- i - 1
... m ..,.., .m.m u ... ,,
drunk,rourday.and four nights; twodol -
,1 AllAkd af.4 fTt. f.Ll .m m flMl i It Mlif ll 1. .& l.A 1 1
MM M Jw-r M cwk m wwwrpo?,j
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"t: ' r. ,
, G gono E,7ramrrrmM
iiiMMk a'ips 1 MKyCtnmmr?H.m tlf mf dfi'TmWIaWaW
VtrMsMSsafril i ' .' ' II c--i-:: .:- j-.-L' amMmMSmSKE'JmaaTi
Gko";: A. WAtiiiNoiov, poMlbleplaco oreoeeilmentrftoWlirtlM
Tom A! Leak. ' young ofllcor wat ut utake, and not n mo-
- l(mcntwat to bo lost. In such an exigency
SmAxnE. Ono or tho strangest features tho young widow, who wat robed sonioivhat
of the politics or the present day, Is the fuel' , In the ttylo of our modern boiler, invited
' lLnl nU ,uo 0,a "' of Ihe Democratic!
1 l'"' uve "ddenly turned Democrats (?)
I,1100' 1Iko Carlisle of the Journal, who have
Brown 6"y badgers inabuseortho Dem.
crHo party, now assume to bo Democrats
.... ...un.v, iu un.imtm. ins ngui, io uio-
tato to Democrats what Is Democracy and
mo uuij ui jjeiuucrncj. iua grny-iieaucu
I uld federalist or tbo Journal, Is now abusing
'Democrats for having written a letter to
' Hon. W. E. Nlblack, our representative In
i Congress, cocgratulatlng him upon the
. courser ho has chosen to adopt on the- Kansas
question. He finds fault with Mr. Nlblack
for this course, nnd charges Ibat be misre
presents the Democracy of the district. Now,
! who ever expected the Journal or any other
Know Nothing or Ulaok Republican organ
io approve or any thing done by n Democrat?
oeriainiy no ouo witn hair tense would ex
. ' .Ayf M...-I1.ln mn Iiaih.I .. ...a1. ..!
After opposing the election of Democrats
with might and main, theso hoary-beaded
old hypocrites como in and claim the right
to direct Democrats on their road to duty.
Every old Know Nothing and Ulack Repub
lican iu tlu State, together with many new
convcrteto Democracy, are now Douglus
Democrats. vanicille Enquirer.
Makinci Aioek Hou:s with a Gimlet.
Tbcro is a good deal of Dr. Franklin's "Poor
Richard" style about tbo ensuing para
graph, upon "making auger hotel uith a
' My boy, what are you doing with that
gimlet i" I asked of n flaxen beaded nrcbln,
!wuo "" 'ao""S who an n.sm.giu
... .... . ..
Aub-tr'"60' uoftru wore mm.
'' 'Trvlntr in m.Vft an AHri-Iin1v' li khM
without raising bis eyes.
Now this Is precisely the way with two
thirds of tho world' making auger-holes
with a gimlet.'
m.A ... i. t .
jj 4UII5, lul CAUIUIC, is joung A1 ,
'who has escaped from the clerk's desk, be-
I hind the counter. He sports a moustache
and Imperial, carries a rattan, drluks cham
pagne, and talks largely about the profits
of banking, shaving notes, &c. Ue fancies
that be Is really a great man ; but every
body around blm sees that be is only ' mak
ing auger botes with a gimlet.'
Miss C is a 'nloe,' pretty girl ; the
might be very useful, too, for she bas intel
ligence enough, but this mutt be the ' ton.'
She goes to plays, lounges on sofas, keeps
ber bed till noun, imagines she Is a belle,
disdains nil labor, forgets (or tiles to for
get) that ber father was an honest mecbanloj
and all for wbat? Wby the is try bg to
work berseif Into tho belief that an auger
bole can bo mado with a gimlet.
Sfc, When a miter w as asked wbat be gai e
to the poor, bo testily replied :
' Wbat I giye Is noting lo nojjody
Roninuce of CtUifernln.
No country in the world can offer equal
t i-it-irfirr . rnUfciMla'aWliTH tot
''0"cl11 or, At the same lime advancing
'' ' ftt tt" M l,me uw5ftng TJOO
I , to defray the necessary cxptnscs. There
response mcreio me young lauy unucrioon
lllC Journey. On the Voyage hither ft cer
lxIu dMbl"8 yUDS ftn' soubriquet
,,"' " ""J Yn as-iuuous couri io
I "" y"B l'1y. "" 'c many others round
i II nn ftitv tnti InAtnn and uln. She. with
great candor, Informed him the full circum
stances of her M)agc, and In reply to bis
urgent proposals stated the was willing to
be Ids, but it would not be bonorablo to ac
cept tho money tent out to her, and he must
refund tho jatno. The proposal acted rather
as a damper ou the would-be swain who, per
haps thinking It paying rather dearly for
tbo bargain, or from the fact that kit purse
would not bear such an Inroad, refused, and
the contcquenco was that the girl escaped
his snares, nnd lUcs to llcis tho confiding
lover In tho Interior. Wo glvo this incident
simply nt an cxamplo of tbo temptations
which beset tho female sex In voyaging to
this country. Hero nn adventurer wooed
nnd won tho affections or a young heart,
whoso beatings rciponJcd so truthfully to
tho dictates or honor that the explained her
'po.ltlon.and Ihc refusal lo disburse ileum
,,j; 'J , rtnJor her frfP, Lrsn,.1ed him
,.-,,., - , vM, nt th. Tim,.
I "" ' """ T'T4r.- Tr-
f afUfm-taj ,mm. ,
him to crouch under the ample promotion or
her dress. Without a moment's hesitation
(as bow could ho be expected to hesitate ))
ihe eought tho friendly shelter Just asbts
enemies were cuterlng the door, and sho
ii sioou guaru oTer aim mi iney searenca mo
house aud went nwny disappointed
Prububly the only moral of this story Is,
. that each of tho fatblonably drersed woumu
of the present day might, lu such a case of
life and death, hide a couple or patriots In-,
stead of one. Lou, Jour.
fe$u An old member of the Pennsylvania
Leglalaturc, who maintained bis teat and
popularity for a number of years, always
voted 'no when a vote was recorded.
' For,' tald be, when asked his reason, ' when
a good law passes, no one looks for the y.os
aud nays on It when a bad ouc does, they
.9 Gen. Jackson's Administration was
nesailed over the Dank question, and many
men of our party deserted htm, and proph
esied that he bad ruined the party. The re
sult was, that these men sunk inte oblivion,
and Jackson and the party lived. Such will
be the case with Buchanan and the party.
raoli (nif.) Eagle.
The Way-He Dim. The ne pint ultra
of ludicrous epitaphs Is to be found on a
gravo stone In Oxford, New Hampshire, as
"Th all my friends I bid adieu j '
A more sudden death you neier knew ;
As I was leading the old mare lo drink,
Sbe kicked and killed mo qukker'n wink."
su"Ma, pa is celllne very rich, isn't
"I don't knew j why, child ?"
' 'Cause be gives me money. Almost ev
ery morning, after breakfast, when Sally Is
sweeping the parlor, be gives me six-pence
to go out nnd play."
Sally received short rrotice to quit-
a- A'cenntry poet, after looking about
over life, bas come to the following rhyming
Ob, I wouldn't live forever; I wouldn't if
I could ;
Hut ! need not fret about It, I couldn't If I
Well, my little son, ain't you lost!'
Little boy, stepping back, says :
' Look here, mister, don't bo so familiar,
If you please; lam not unprotected, lay-
log his baud on a revolver.'
tasu When the Princess Helena was born,
It was told Ihe Princess Royal that sbe had
got a young sister. Ob, that is delightful,'
cried little innoceut royalty ; 'do let me go
and (cl mammal'
Ssi. VSambo, wby am your legallke.an
Diinno; gubitup.' Catc day carry a
monkey 'tout de streets!' t j
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