Oregon spectator. (Oregon City, O.T. [i.e. Or.]) 1846-1855, July 03, 1851, Image 1

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Oregon City, (0, TMJiunsday, July 3, 1851,
TH M!V aiJCTATfmi' "
' A WKBKLY HEVaTArK,
MTrrt T Tt MXiU NCIIIl AS UTUUI
mum or m raeru
MaaWrt Mti tefrrealatr.
TKKMrt.
mVAlUILY tltiliVAKCC.
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. A UIMSI IMUIMUUH nM M JIMIT HmiMW
AWdeiMwthaUir(W (Hrsssss.
Il U.woemil.lmmolblaatall (Invito
be anlnutHiMyandchearful. Sfckneti,
sorrow and dieatier aro, more or leu, tlm
lot of eyery bamaa being. Thero are,
likewise, tltnwaM aoaeonawiien II it al
4J,muMlmym mrt'h-aWMr moat Impaaeilnla taJaHr OJso'a aplrlta, ad
mMm Uw auufta, stksrwas) todb inai nsar aliaislasln salami lnnaW'
HMkHl 101 Until ' " ' i ..,. 3u Ji ,7-7 7 .i, , " . " ,..;
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1. U Miaa. li , U fsnaral uaat far Ui (
r U lit Tsnilntr, and la authorised I reealV
.afibHa.aisr. Tlaey will naslta sub. oi ouilnae aneiyaao: eiBlia, or om
-wnirUaMkwlutdcilwRitiiurorw. dull and murky alntoaehere." Thero
From lias ranaavlranlaKoijulrar.
lMIoofljr '! Casoarlartra.ee.
tm aomswui caacu.
- Bwool CbMtfulJMi.
WkM ft, lib IvIaUlag atu. la a ! clnr,
Wm a'MtfU oltb aattM, tUt U ! bumm
tipuiwuy, juiy
They ahould lie clieorful n wall or ihrfr " ' Cilry Ufe.
own pleaaurr, at for the iitlifietlon, tn- '" How often do we hoar country Utile
joymentandoontrntmentofthabouathoM bewailing llielr lat, complaining if the
ciroie. i.iie, in n urn cononionj nai monoiony oi a country hip, ami eiirvlnt
aorrowf, dloattera and vlclnltudea' lha( tlio drdiny of tucli of tlicfr cualnlnc
are unaroidatile, uui If, In tery'perv aailva In the lunnoii andricllemcntoi a
venenrtf. wo infuannreciato our uomrbrM lowol Would our fair reader but or
and our Moulnga If, In mere liIm,'ca-Jjilore lha rich trtaiure of rational and
price, or em temper, we aro pinonrjr, on-' pure enjoyment mat are aa proiuwiy teat.
qull and unhappy, the comefiienoea wilt tered around a country houie, they Would
not only ! dltrrmn In our own felteli bo moroar.t to condole with them than en-
ty, but tothat of all within our Influence; Yji' their aiitera of the city. Our object,
and who look on to ut with affection' and In thete ptc, will be to awaken In your
rtapeet. Cheerfulnen. we ropeaf, la ' inlndt an Jntereat in the rartooawerkaof
flnuo," that ahould be Muldualy MMOoni nature, aOlblaWttewora(Na.yoii Vto
tUBtlytlaUd inoreryeaaJdAiaiJrUrop Jirect joaripiUmM )oo irdiia
aa Mtot
baaat-tw
i.l rcii4 far H nww4rUllf u Uw
Ai M. I'ou, H. (, Uwtt eeaaty.
T. I'. I'nwaai, CtaUap cawily, O. T.
(Jan. AfMMTar It ;, Uivgaa city.
CoCt'H aV Co , faltlklKl.
J. II. .MCui, I'. M.MaUm.
tf. AtU, Aitoria.
:. M.Wiunaim,Ctwhkm.
A.J.IUaiata,Ma,YaailluL
r. Dif, f. Uae c Ity. '' .. .
Jeaira , Afl. Month af Mry'arir.
A. bun. . llltUlMDMb.
JMUIV mmt wm .wvmj
1. W. N.rra. N
W. II.iKim, llalMtUh
JtM Arrwatra. Vrnmaa Vattrjr.
tHto.
Rotiar Niwilu ClitniM(
fltvn A- I.mnut, IjkIIibiuU.
CKhinn, lloia)eMtHy,
J. U. Ileuiu. TMifia Cllr.
J teat Com, HirraM. Uaa eoaniy.
K. Baitnw, I1wmI UUI IN-tOKc-, IWnloa
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Ntk( (iit, K.llf, ColamUiMirr '
J..' Wllllll, NMnillh'a MUb, IV4k tMkl),
W'lLUtN DllLO, ('UMBIttl.
la moreover, aaaaoa fur rll thbigf,"
and II I nernaiM, well ocoaalonalty. lu be
calm, thoughtful and contemplative. Yet
In h general aenao, and M'a rule of con
duct, wa havegrcet faith Igciirtarcwwu.
We regard II aa one of the brigbteat and
nnal ooromendable of the gentler rlrtuea
oue that, like a ray of aunahlne, adorna
and baautlflet every thing It louche, glM
and glorlfiea tho human countenance, and
It a itolden and holy emanation from tho
buoyant and Imputyvn heart within.
iiuw rwKniiai lu mo iiuuirnuiu uucii' it
ciititnr uLr! (How like tho toicn of
tliomornlnir Urk blllh, tray and mount.
lug U tho frro liuph of linioccnio and
oulli!
jpffanr.
Tor the Hrctitot
AMTOKIA.
tl tmoooii J. rcatuax.
Adxut AMMitt
Tbm po m wtll aad wMcly kaawa la tvw '
lltw eTtra la Biy ko)hooj" nwir i-
I've dwell lih wwdr m lb fil-etf tttttt
Ptaicted by each bardf IrafalWru
WaW
mptatiooa,
which all human bclngi are morn or leu
lUWi".
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Miirucat) CosriUKicc. Janet d In
general a good huthand and a domr-illo
man. Occatlonally, however, hit convl.
vial lattet betray lilm Itilocicrmri which
havo tubjeclcd him more t'latmncn to the
illclillne of Mra. A fnw nluhti incn he
waalntllrd to "participate'' with a few
frieudi al l'lorcuco't, by way of celebra.
Iliiff a pioceof cood luck which had befall.
tn ono of liia iieiuhliort. He did "par.
Iicipate," and tn Tiii uMrr attonliliinent,
lien Imi rone l lk lui li-avi, at tin v eo
iliofl mur ayont tho twal,' he found the
largrtfljrick in hi hat hn ever lav, In.
iImiI Wn un lif.sp.1 fri raniinrtr Kntilnrtllniit.
And how difficult It i l eeem'iy .. f,,nI(, Mr. Jone, jou Mere neor
dull, weary and deprrHd, with audi a r,i0 L llghl before.'
uunuoi iiuinr .io..uiy iiKiK . ,. .i,, .,. i,,.,
.I..II,l- iLm.... a. '.........- T """ .'-V..V-. ...
".'" V" .." j ! :,7.,.r'- route which n. auv thinir I
oiM'aoara tl
litery beuulioiiiciriieaiiouiuiio(;iaiiieii
WraTaaa'Jll?Wwt'aa1WnBayMaM
.bim anrnti: to ino nowera wnicu
ooeb with their thouaand huet tho aunny
lnk and tlMtfeitllemeadowa, (lie parched
heath and tho rippling brook J and, ajovo
all, to leach your thoughta !o attend from
uo aJmlratlon nf thi creature to the eon.
templatlon oftiaa Creator, and in all your
olxervation of llio wofkt of nature, "to
look lhroup.li nature up to nnture'a God."
Kacli aeaaon b3aitalorieaand ill won
dcra. I'irat cornea Spring. Animated by
hr genial breath, the wliolo face of na.
turo changes; that which i now wrapped
in tho ploom and aleep of winter, will
uon awake to renewed lifn and tigor, and
all thit will tale place at firtt klowly and
gradually. Now, then, i the time to com
menco jour oUenatlont, before the mill.
iinciiy oi ouicL'tB uiKiracis jrour oucn.
Oiftaihj l.&abti.lfcvat aieIfiABiAi 1'iMi mini :
livrii phi au iincin jwm iut,9i uu limit
BtfjuircB hattl ofolncrvtng ; not merely
Tub Ncw.Mr4-W. 'tori MitM'
lowlnff from lhtivanh nftka ttwf Ami.
nlnsll nn mAtimtlnMM
-M or. while fpeaklaa: oai.lbo aobaoli
: . i ... - u
mailer, in wboae naoda printlag la one
Powerful agent of publlolaetruotloaaJ tW
nretent time, moat wo Jbnei aiwiOaOfra.
Whether wo regard them ail tajVM
echo of popular opielooaai a
they partake of bolb i
toat Inamaxament ad aalrabialMawllaV
and nujUlirrfaaaaaleaJlaaAaaT
bUiMMi ordtr. a
cUaaWwaaWaaii
nuantltraod
thai
tho day, Ita rtleMa acMioo M M
wit and Inatrud tta whh tMr arWaaa.""
TbeySixhibti tho brlltloooy afll taaaatt
achular, and tho cloae aeoreMof iwmtb
ingofibalojicuui. ItbaaeaalayiajM
lu (tsclf. It reviews all booka, and ! raaf
of at! ..'lence: It b aamTHor "mX
fteography, and at home In all hietuiy.i i
It is iKdipua to read the riddle whickoro.
rv political anhins may oat before .ft.'"1 It
direa Into cabinet tecrela, and aatioifOMO
the purpoaea of statesmen. It baa law
hundred eyea of ever wakeful Argise, law
hundred handaand fifty heads of OriartaaV
And aa omnipreaec: aa omnladent,, ad
ubioritous aa veraatlle. it la' hero, there.
and every where, from Indus to tfco Vo,
from China to Peru, compawing too worm
with Its correspondents and wjlhliaei
lresies, and lha electrlo telegraph racing
against time to communicate its Intelll."
litlaiice liclMreiitlic poi
. (mally, but by a of looking and oftering, but of intimately, Knco of" mankind in erery regioa) of lha
ung but the .horteft ' narrowly obmnj: ; for b autircd that earth. Th3 aonlenta counted up tat'OB
ointi, not, liowerr, j r.n obwrant I'nlypliemua, with hla solita. , wonders of the orld. t K tbey had poo-
'. i t. i... ..i r..i
eq aou maoe ."'"'" iwlihoul haviim rxiwritnced crv tonahl-'av -ye. olt
winsome splri I At I me., we iiuniii, tnc rniu a,IcTIllwu lh, rPl:rHm, lic, one day than an iinobwnant Argui, wilh
ottaina far more information in
patlv lA.t a,nl iiia lltrlit lausli tuav aeciii ' .. . ' . ' ,t ' i ..,..'( I . i .. - i.i ?..i. I. i
" if", , .." I tf awailru llini iroin .TIM, Jilirs. IH' B uw liunim tjra, in hiiuic iiwuiii. 1119
,ui ui ", ' ,,-Jf iff .. Ill luck that iiighl, was .Mr Jonc, borring aurpritlng liow jour Intrreata in yourcUl
UIO.UI .UUI.. mcu,, .. -""," ulnaVH liii priuiil ttanKrcsion; ho got ly alk will Uo tncreaaeu, when you nave
chase away moody thoughla ana fancied mo -Mi hn fgllm i.j, Mav illto T,i, K,ned an Irsight Into tlm hi.tory, tho
grlatrancM, Iho tendency, the influence , wi( , ..akinK .' creature, ' ut, and tho vanou. objecti nhich you
cannot but be for Bond. Ju vouhb wives .. ,f. t...:.... i.i.im.., ;!. 'u.ll .i l...i nn ,,.
mi rviiii m inniikf. jiiilt viu.iiih in I ...w. '-... .v .n, .v .. wv.-
fand young hustanda, ilm duly, the (njticy,
tlm beauty and the propriety 01 citacarui..
Kara cannot be loo earnestly urgeu. oucn
' favored mortals" should commence their
matrimonial career with a determination
to make each other happy, nay,, to rsndtr
llatir UtUo hoata a refuge 'sjai baven at
door, he cautioutly paused, to give thanks
for tho "comririico undcfilod which se
cured lo Mrs. Jones tho aound and re.
freihing tliimbers which had prewntod
her taking notice of his arrival. Heine
satisfied that all was right, he proceeded
to removo bis IntegumenU with aa much
aataaa anete.' - . 1 . . .i .. iu...
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im ." m .rra xmmmMMmjsmsw m&i
ajay I - ' WUailuaaajwrl 1 . Diaw swsj o-waj-a-- -j 1
la tus rtmelwl cIiidm) Ikfjr talk tt lbr.
AaJ dtf at Ihetf art a larf and aWt city '
Anmnd tb tnAU rainy a Hlulrr alfhi,
Thl yauthfnl eeftr pibf r, whil tba uU
AaJ waywnra vayapi nlaloa U mtott
Oar Iran md I UtU llwm f a 0U rivrr.
Whx watn wah Ibjr banka, wln-t ba) M brand.
Tb' MolwJ nntlra if lha mU inljlil nil I
Awl bow lha (aUt anbnou, Kaluia't Luln
lapa in Iba aunthma ! tf n,
plU. did I tbiuk
Walk) a bay, that aval I abauid Mad
Thy sward, Aatarial and that I arranld Imk
a BUjr nddanad nwinorina ilh thy nama.
Uat'ao lb y (U-lH-J bilk, olu t lv laM,
la griaf and tenia, say tlnl-born, alorline; boy !
And all lha spats me rattd npon with ph-aaiira,
Saam now but la itinin.1 ma af my Im.
With pnda auch aa a falbar uoljf faab,
1 Isvad to gat nn lilin and la IhluL
Haw swaal wruld lx Ilia lima wbra he tvM Iwp
My n,anw, and thine, Aalatia I
Hut lha Iroulltd inc
UrVt ml lha ell luatill lu rnliia wataai
And Ha HharshntJ lh Loinamua waiiaof
(laklaa,
llaa kindly lolJ ua that tba waU of llraten
Are dackad wilh infant charubat
Hbalt wn wrap I
all wt a4 ralbar bow full low lo Him,
Who calls aa wban b I11U, and wh baa ta'rn
Our darilaj ens far from a wotM of aln,
Ta)oia in llrartn the concert of Iba blaat I
Failarr T wi Jmt "
Adlau ! la Ibas, Aatarial nay Iba bmta
That winds among thy IrlH aa swsatly,
ftand fotlb a filling mnilf m for eur boy.
Thy acme 1 are changed ta iua Iho" I could with
Te kwk upoa tba aa In bavkasd'a dayi ,
Yal all thy gtorlra, all thy erat romanca,
Kara changed, far ma, b stem reality.
Adlau I
all strive to render Bona tbo tras aoaiwta
and centre of those calm, tranquil, refined
and virtuous enjoyments, whioh should
congratulating hlmselfth'at he was In bed,
and that his wife did not k
try walk can be devoid of interest to a
ininn uciirous 01 actuiriiiK iinuiinaiiuii.
You 'vill ovor bo meeting with something
new rO excite jour admiration, ever fall,
ing in with .something fresh, to imparl in
struction and lo oflbrd amusement. These
ooemtry walka will (rive vigor to the mind,
aad health to Ibe body ;. that whioh is loo
aisaaVjMBjg" l"'iV'wt'liyg
il r'.l f(t-ke eaasalee ia tho.opan air,
and the result will be a buoyancy of spir.
!t. and a llzhtness of heart, and a cheer.
fulness of temper, which all your poor
...... -....I. a h.I a tt tiAits nrnfifttta fnr.
sesatd a newspaper prcaa. they would bate
had an eighth, more marvellous and of
moro worth than all the rest together. "
TjicTa roa VfxtfU.U will not dolo
hoe a great field for little crops, aor to
mow Iwentv acres for five loads of kar.
l'.nricli the land, and il will pay you for
11. ncjier tarm twenty acre wan, man
fifty by halves. , ,
In dry pasturrt-dlg for water oa Ike
brow of a bill t sorlnn-s aro MM frsMSMst
near the aurfaeoon a height than la a tab,
Tho foot of the owptr k Uo.boat amv
nure for land.
It is beat W eat trala'
ateli asi;aBOcraaa.U
Wroa,
raiaai at
tZA
T,mwwi
Off ear"
caleaaffi
to bo a
asra
tkor
RaPf Ot
or arasiaffasl
fesaetko
mCLi-ff.'. f
nr.w.soetalsi
pblkJsasMrar,
tre40fTriM
SZtSi:
aax
b
wosjUj
fall Wm
OMoatlaatl
SoSaSaal
lwMingiiBnjuieerafxtrasM4,rtaaajaj avasjsasysBjBi
bo cot. FovtWo tkereia oiiiaiillla aTaawl ; aWaatotaW
of iclce lo the ear. Every hoar H alaawk hMajilMaV il
after this stage, ia attended with loaa.. Of kW sNaaK'.
Obtain gora seed, prepare yor ground oa ajaMaae; ksai.l
w.ll. nrlv. andnar no allenlJaa to tsMaWsajMb CsB Baa
' '
now how long
I IA k..l IAH .1. M It .U.......A.I 1. I. ill. fllMt
IIU I1NU .nVII IllfH, IIUVIUIHU .' ...... ....
.... .. 1. i. u illll IIU. LI BII.C III. IW.IIIUII '..t .......--..-.-, .. . .. .----- ' .. . . .. . .
hate birth and being only wtimn tno Horio . j m, ( ( f ,,,, ,;,, , ,,,. nu ttalk, ia, r.,r, ,0 pr0r,ire. well, sow early, and pay no auenuon 10
01 conmience, trannneas, aiteci.cn in.y Indulging. To prevent auch u the moon. .
teem Arc there no; some 1 husband, and ( hcwUed to turn over Ho j A UriARBLr Womax -Tbo N.ila. Accounts should bo kapl deta lio- tho
some wives, young well a. old who , , lf nccomplMbe,! hi. purrljA," American or TriJay savs: rxpen.and products of each field,
aeenttotakea plcoauro in being fretful nowobliced toue thevl1t.11 sue ' S. . "".A"lt , ,'., Vcm When an Implement Is no longer wanl.
and peovlshj who arc for day. and for . JH S";,: J""" AVw fd PlTT ' ' "V Me'
ecks, moody, silent and morose; hJl.'L.L ,1.,, cltknU-r of hts domestic P"i sl widow of Capt. Andrew ilson, but let it be ivell cleaned,
who thus are not only discontented them. .,7 .,.'"' ' 1' "' "' h ., , consigned to ilie gravo in I ,ne street Cu,vite your heart aright aa well aa
solves, but who render all about them , ' '"'.'"..V n ' 1 '.a X I., tone, lit cliurth .,,ril- '" r" ,aJl,,(f"! u ,,cr f!"'.cr- )" """ i nd remember " whatsoerer
Arc there not wine who hate periodical , " ' ' 1 . "" oul "f Z 7, . ' U v" ,,r-. "rn",1r1rtl t ,T,h1c. w".rlri,,'r 'an noweth, that .hall he also reap."
t.. r i..l ..la..llvwl.i na. l ' imrron Ml 0.1 ol in; ten. ., - 0 j ani ,uj Bors,;.m lu .ine . ' - , . u r
Mw.i-. ttim m . . . ...,. ,.h. .... .. .ww.v .v v...
I'll'.... i.,i. .'.. . , l.....l. I.,, ,,. .. aH , .A v.n
,,,, i,Iiri ClllllL'll WVIUIU .11 "Ml WI lliu ,v.u
sumo lobe wretched without tbo slightest
cause who wear a constant frown upon
the brow, and rriol overythlng like life,
vivacity at
some oentl
iblt their husbands are compelled by the
Vim
yimVf dnnd titan through
alrni cliurcli before the war of the rovo
lilt iota and ever shut ; that when ill
Itritf.lt held tH)ieion of Philadelphia
During 1 they not milt contt-rtrd Mr. Wilson's
vlu.Miv a.,,! nrm.1 humnr f A ro there mil . PlLVCK MlM.Su IX Mexico.-
.. . .. . t.-.l- . iI.a 1 ItiMl . n.iv.tnii. In Muti.i.li nil
entie wives, nno, acapno 1110 inci m.-jii in,.w,.u,.iiii..iii.. ....
.Ir l.,..l..n,l m Y.nitv.lled bv the tlmrillrs, there wus txtrutted from all llie
neceulllek of the case to loll asalduouily mines 111 Mexiro, wit or lo tho taliie of .corner of (Jeorc nu d South streets, to ac
and arduously, day after day, tear after ' c":w,t"UHW wluel. is a pretty tonsiucra. ' cuminodate llntiah jilhiers; that, once
voar. wilhtba obiui.1 of inatiiteji'iiii! are. bio amount ; ami from this it may be 111. juiIhil' will her hu'jainl, Mrs. Wilnou
-m ....... --. ,..- . ... . ., II.. . . I 1
be killed by eatins too much Brain
Keen notes of all remarkable events 00
tour farm; recording even your errore
"- ,, , ,, ii ,,1 win 00 01 uencin.
cliuri-ti into n amine, inn eipcne.i nersen 1 Qne animal well fed is better than two
nuil lamiiy troni ner iiweuiug aouiu-ensi noorlv kent.
. r i" . o ...... ...Ani ... "i
.n.il.1nn.Itmiliianrieiv.niidiirotidiiiL! furred thai, (.oiililthecoutitrt cniny undis.
the comforta of social and citlllitudexi.t.i untied lratiiiiilily, ami all its imlu.ltiul
cno for the cherished onrn at home, vconi operalioiis and tnltrprisei be ade.unttly
in.r.lr irvil,lnii like a nroner sense of protected and encouraged, tlm amount
""..' ." .' ,1. 11 :..:.!.. 1- ... 1 ......111.. i 1.
rrunu tv 1'sEiniiT. Such ol our mer-
rl.m.t. m.J others who are in the habit of
wiix cnplurrd on llie IiikIi sea and taken rrochinir poods from tho North, and fall
prisoner 10 Jaiunvin, wore her forcout will l0 n.o tho precaution to measure Iho pack.
uml lutiguugo otnilcd to protect a good npCs in whioh they are put up, before
pari 01 ner prupent. jib inigiii unir ia)jng Irelgr.t, are olten mane to pay
appreciation, and lo exact as a right, all might I and wonl I bi greatly increased, added that the was in the receipt of two inll.u Qt ,nuc, as the bill of lading could
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ttiat la provided and none, wntic wiry ni ',u " i"--inni- ( ' .u-vuivi. r pcusioiii iruni ink iu-ih'iui unu oiair.iv
imilv demand. Tho "oods are measured
tho samo timn miirinur anil arc "out 01 rccriiuy m v-uiuuiuin, .u nun um rrnmnu
temper" heoauso nv.ro Is not acooiupltsb. to Iw us rich ns the) are suppostd to 1 c, mtorct
-d? Tbnv foruet that one of their dulek the consequence will neucrcnt rediiutiiui laketch to
is to encourage and lo theer, and Ihus ttiVin the pnen or that mineral. It will fall imt her Mrvnglh of character was uiuf. M 0 the consignee. If the thing were
manifest a proper sense, as well of respect no two thirds or onn.half the present prico; ffctc,l by cars; thai the carried to life's nol 0 8Uch frequent occurrence, and the
its : that he kept up nu unbroken al t,e North, just before going on board of
in nil political ulliirs, nnd could ,c ship undeitliersocarelessly, ignorant
lot be lifo prominent Klliiciaiis: ly, or frauduienlly.aslocntailheatylou.
inlfesla proper sense, as well of respect no two thlnla or onn.half the present prico;
alTtclion. They know little or nothing and should this lake place, then ailter
A Dutchman, on being called upon lo
help to pay for a llthtnlng rod for the vll.
lage church, toward Iho building of which
ha had liberally subscribed, oxolalmed 1
I have helped lo build a house for de
Lert, "and Ifliaohosed lo donderon Hand
knock it down, ho mutt do II at hla own
rlak." t
LA ateam engine wolg?iing only
'mariri,of ai owice, la balog exhibited n
;YorValro)ln fullmollon. 7tlalulendod
for 'iWJreai-BxhlbUlon, and haj been
mad by in loftnlui workman In Saddle,
worth., .
close, unchanged bv roillnrt with new miint Iniohed. In inanv.cases aooner.
of tho carea of the outdoor world, and ihcy lores, that aro loo Kr loyuldn reuiuncr. grneralions, the peculiarilira formed in the 0U1 wc ,10uld strongly Incline lo the be.
are unmindful of the hallowed obligations sting amount 01 him momi, win uvcrana crit naysiuour isn.i nnu 1110 moai normy jCr that il was ..trtly the result or aoot
.e.....-l a su.ll.1 .HAlrtn... mttnm li inli.aliln. and this new Hullreo ol melalio I vl nf nor litnlnrv. ana wna a char.
tolls of lha day la rarely thought of. A w alth tt ill add, porhapa 910,000,1)00 lo JsViVl at once so unique ami resolute, dial ,
word of approbation, a imilo of encour. iho acgregato amount of silver raNed 1 so' the would hate been a treasure to 'no ge. 1
agemenl, aro doalt out spa'ingly, coldly, I that tho whole will not lull ant thinr short, nlus of Waller Scott ; ami we could not
and aa favors. Sour looki, sharp words oftS 10,000,0011 per annum, Iho tranquility allow her to ps from niVijng us without
and hitler complaints ore by 110 means , of thocouulry being pre suppocd. jthls tribute loliermon.or)
rare. Should Mexico tield 10,000,000 per
Alaal for Iho folly, the madness, the annum, Hie annual quantity raised on this ScTitsi and OiiDrrtA-Amottg tho
wickedness of such a pollov I How surely continent might be assimicu ut onu nun,. 1 means of domestic caniPir thero is scarce.
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dent ; but under existing cirdumttanoea,
no cannot persuade ourselvrb that II il
not, fur llio mo t par", tho'worliof dealgo.
N. O. Crcitcnl.
u 111 fa .l.tatauva nmiitilnnnn ami UnnLnlt ni
fucllon ! How siKiedily will it dispel the not bo sufficient lo maintain tho equilibri
1 11 unvi iiiv 1 ' ' ..... --,- in 11111 11 1 1. 1 iii.'i ,iv,m'ii iiiii.i in...- mi '-. at r e
1, and render um hetwccii gold nnd niltcr, as now elab. mt much of llicir well boing depends on Instruiuent .Manufactory, a fe
osen spot, tho ' lished, should California continue to fur- ,ilc arlli.le intemled for our daily and nce, wherojie was ahown Ih
I priceless en-1 nlh the enormous quantities of the first, mniy tup A lilllo ntltntlon to' Ihcso l'raer engraved In a apace a
Hut this prodiiil, large as il k will jT uy M, imjiortant us what ii household
siiiiiciciii in iiiniiniiiii mo rijuuiiMi. iiiriuliirc : most persons must nave leu
fond dreams of happiness, ar
heme anv thlnif but the chosen
duirUliMl Aiin-n of true and Dr celess en. . nisli tho enormous quantities of the lirtl, ,,,,.liilv
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ioymentl And ao again on the othcr'aa ahnlias done lor Iho last two jenrs ; matters U of moro consequence than ma.
hand. A moody husband will never make 'and that she will, nnd more, niuuy belie to i,r persons bvliete; kicpiug up oppear.
a happy wife. SSrowne may bo met by I and beliove, t.x, that tho supply will be a'nur n iihln reusnnslilp hmiiuls is a terj
smiles at first, buTa chango will soon ' permanent that is, il will Inst for an in. auJahIcimdeator. Appearances are, In
conic a ohango that will lio attended by idelinllo numlier of yiars and ccrialnU fir tllJy respects, realities; children bro't,
atperlly and harshneu, or disappointment I a great many. 11 this be so, inen sihoi ,, ,, P conducted home, it hero they
and despair. There must boa mutual
understanding n mutual uetonninaiinn
to bearjatld lorbcar a mutual desire and
effort to please. The toiling husband
ahould bo greeted al nlght.fall gladly,
oheerfully, lovingly, by llio anxious, Iho
confiding, Iho aSeollonatt wife. Smile
ahould ba met by smile, kindness by kind.
neat, frankneaa by frankneu, and lovo by
love. This la Iho only aafo rule, the only
wiaa pollov. The peevish and fretful at
home, will soon become the discontented
and, unhappy. They will find themselves
nagloded, if, not derided and despised.
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for (Il practical purposes, is immaterial. fH tasteful tasei or other ornsmenls, or
And when this disturbance gets lo bo in. pictures 011 tho wall, ilean curtains and
contcnient and embarrassing, tho wise, b'.inds, nnd well iwept carpels, look upon
men who maku nnd unmake llie laws 11111M ihrm all as realities, and without know inc
set themselves to work nnd cojuro out a.tl ,),ry grow up with aconlctlon of their
renieuy lorine 0111 wnen u rumen, uui valur, nnu in most cases provo it, 0'
think it is now on us ; others iiiiiik not.
Wo aro In doubt ourselves n hellior It it or
not. JV,SV. llrprrst.
OCT Thai must be a tery foolish, rash
cdfth ttifi water when it it raining hard,
y
keeping their own household in order. A
propor and becoming (attention to appear
nnees li often a tt arrant for truo resnecta.
billty of character, and it Is sometimes
said that ou neter really know people
woman, who will put tubs out doors o till you have seen what their In.door life
A Good Hit. Tho Cincinnati limit
opens richly in the joke telling line. The
ioll6wing anecdote of a skinflint la not
badly dono t t
A certain tight-fisted old codger of this
city nappancii 111 at rosier a rnuoaopnicai
lew week
the Lord'a
about Iho
sire of a five cent pieoe, with which ho
was' very muoh pleased. Reluming
home, ho related tho circumstance to hie
family, and a prodigal (?) aou coming "(nto
iho aitting.room, the following ensued 1
aiy son, would you suppose mat tno
Lord'a Prayer could bo eusravod in' a
space no larger than tba area of half
a dime I '
Well va, father, II a. halfdune la
as large In every body 'a eyo a it p lo
yours, I think there 'would bo no dlnaculty
In putting il on about ear tout." 'J
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Iloraoo Greeley saya the ataga la a by.
gone atiair mat tno nwpaper,,iaa ly.
ccuin, and the publlo mcli.g,.).ave etta
plantcd it. It 00 longer a powef, toir
mr of opinions, or a rultrof the awh(.
iuui7
presoatsfc'
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