The Lone Star, and Texas Ranger. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 15, 1853 Page: 1 of 4
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!5. T KusicjQ Worlfl and HmesX
is Funerals. ?,
snfashionahle in 2ifew York
funerals to the grave."E-
ty not accompany, the little
Jjeloved tihlld oevandthe
iSfcisiolatincr the diealklaws
Lonothers ? T.ivps tTipiama
., fcr . -
SJHadmg, stands back.nor
ie. little marble form that
neelayS tyYer beneath ber heart
6triis?noTqiL nadimniea eye recalls "the?
irnfftelasp cjLthat tiny hand, the lovinsr
&t 3fc.-. ., - , V-- - i
tfeneaeye, ana the music ot
IaujP-te.ow painedmoan, or its
5og heat quiver? who would not
an strange hands should touchthe;
if robe lis dainty limbs lor burials
nofc-when the careless business
remove the little darliug iromdts
rnere loving eyes so oftjiiave
sy lumbers, to its last, Tcold,
Blow? who lingers not tchhi all
na Tainiv strives, -with strainintrv
$e tafcw that little fresh-laid
Qj when a merry group-go tlanci
Lnofc, with, sudden thrill, to touch'
Seme sunEgneao, or-gaze into some sofrblue
EJtharfcopenedafresh the fount of tears,"
anenfcwtnen'ouoisa Jips tbe murmuring
leplajjnvoujd totfodlhad died4br
WheyTOyflhildjr" who, yriien the- wintry
blasfecomeeddvins: bvu shudders not. because
'ehe cannoffbld to her own warm oreask.theC ,
little lonefcsieeper m the cold church-yard h
Andolps thereone who, with .such "trea
sures ilaidfntieaven," chugs not the Jess io
ear'vh, sirjKgnbt oe niore to keep her spirit
?T"j 'r-i HWrV- ? .1. . . . , - iiCit -"s-i I
untenjeajgearajJOE mc icss uie-ami, aarEA'ai-j
? - rr' t A iagsk v. i t . . -- - - .-v
A V A TMfTT V ITO'tl'TBlA "BJHB -' t" -Tlle Slar-Sjangled Banner, 0! long may t wares. " -;4? llfffll A WtP ' IWB iTVfflT ?
11 JEiMEHaX'Ma WaJpdHJiJBa-'' " O'er the laiid of tlie'&cc, and ffie home fffliflirS-c..-;.: .-' .n-:l).BliU-paxl-lXb U V&Ji&lhd
S - ttt 1 rtTTTHTNmniiT mnTT mTTTTn n t tt ttti r-rn-fT-T-!T-4 if! ir.mi . t flTT.Tfl irrsnTV ni
ms, mm. wmm , m
Jey cheehj-a cherub voice, inaudible save
An 25iipalc22ieiit in Java.
Debt is a perfect bore. How it haunts i' The criminal was led in the morning to the
man from pillar to post lurking in his break-VplacCof execution and laid upon his belly, be
a pertect bore.
fast cup poisoning his dinner embittering
Ins tea now it stalks from him like a living,
moving skeleton?" seeming to announce his
presence by recounting the amount of liabili-
ved stpuy-heartpd, relentless
aituua ay-mio nigutjirtDOU
wilt: defenxjicur women:1 half-. clothe with
Simsy fahricbur victim children-; wring the
lastpennxfiroui the sighing, overtasked, toil-
ing husbasdpzKis iolhebaddccfpdsihycovn-
try jCozttfjyrbRT t reign supreme in the
bantjuet hevel undisputed-at the dance;
Tjutwnbum-guest thorns nqhe'ihvlte,
ivbo noslaredeuys strides wifh defiant
fronacroourthresh"orjjland- back thou
iearUesi Srleguin and leave s,flone -with
ourSacaa.shalie list the lesson those
a SmSJiS. SL.Lzal?ZF1'
introducing its internal "balance5' into "the
tialculation of madam with resfaid to tnej
price 06- a new cai pet, or a new dress I
How It hinders dreamy plans of speculations
audaccumulatiqns. Botheration ! Jaow it
hampers useless energies, cripples resolutions
todgood to be fulfilled.
At bed smd board, by night or by day, in
joy or grief, in health or sickness, atf-home
or abroad debt, grim", gaunt and shadowy,
fallsias an incumbrance. ' As-no presence is
toojacred, no ground is too holy to deter the
memory of "bills and notes payable" from
taking" immediatepossession, so no record is
so enlivening, noremimscensernpre dehcious
than the consciousness that debt has
fallen like January, mbrnrhg, 29 degrees
ibelow zero t
A "Wife's Influence.
A wife bas lier husbana3sfortunes in herl
lie JBietS-Ilairf- -v
-A.l.S35.Al.-J3SfL-i; . . --?t .t -
zJWttf ' vvurenviog, wim weix.5,. because she Sy, or she may
of thfcoeean. -011 winch thev bar? Tprn sEmi m,-5sy ' t . . - . .
wreaked? ots and vegetablestserved them
Jprfced-agprmg supplied them with water.
mrl rAftarraZ&Kn tha nl. wUI. J n?J "&-',
.m vvvuiudiu tut? au;ji-vtll it U
Stomapollpapest oftoi raged fe;
the island, a -
vast contmentT breadmilt. -frmt.-irH
k whatever other luxury Isyielded-there, were
. thing unknlin to them. --:
I bkeiand, one dayvnpon the island, ;
I four3oors,ga sria&Jboat. THeparsntsj
MtSat, 3Pi hoped now to be rescued"
v rrom eir twwoiesi hat the boat tR
er first duty, and ought to b herl
Ko passion for luxury or display
pride. JSb passion for luxury
Jraucht for a momenfto temofehcr to deviate
mvthe least degree from this line or conduct.
Any other course" is wretchedness itself, and
ineviiablyeads to ruin. .Kothing cdn be
niomfecrable'-than- thjtr.uggle to keep up
appearances. If it would succeed, It would
costmore than it is worth : as ltjnever can.
ItfrfaiTme involves tho deepest mortification.
borne of theiSubhme-st exhibitions of human
. .tt.tu i -r mi.. -...:.. ii
vin'UCiu UV 1UU1 1UUU. J.UU UJlCUUIIUUBI iucu
nade a transverse incision at the lower part
if the body; he then introduced tho sharp
pVint of the spike, which was about six feet
IoW and made of polished iion, into the
wouud so that it passed between the back
boneand the skin." Two men diove it forci-
blvip alone the spine, while the executioner
helduhe end and gave, it a pioper direction:
till i camfe out betweentbe neck and shoul-
ders.! The lower end was then vput into a
woodW-post, and rivettcd fast ; andthe suf-
ferer was lifted up', thus impaled, and the
post stuck into the groundv At the top of
the post, about ten feet from the ground,
there was a kindof little bench upon which
the bodySested. """The insensibility, or foitU
tude of the miserable sufferer wasjncrcdible.
He did not utter the least complaint, except
when thd spike was rivefted into the pillar ;
the hammering and.shaking by it seemed in-
tolerable to him, and he then bellowed out
for pain, tnd likewise once again, when he
1 was lifted up and et on the ground. He sat
in imsareaaiuisiiaauon mi ueaiu puc an enu
to his,. torments, which happened the next
day, about three o'clock in the afternoon.
He owed thisspeed7 termination of his misery
to a "light shower of rain, wbich continued a-
bout an hour, and he gave lip 'th"e ghost half
an hour afterwafds - r ' " -
There have been instances at Batavia of
criminals whhave been impaled in the dry
season, and hajuprcrjiniried alive for eight sor
1 more days, witnout?food or drink, which is
p-evented to be given to them byaguardwho
-is stationed at the place of execution for that
purpose. Une or the surgeons obnhat city
assured me that jionc -of the partshmmediate
ly necessary to lifenjured'byimpiehient,
virtue, haveseen made by women, who have.
oeeurecjpuaxea suuaeniy irom veauu-auu .- u , th gbnjt thc-more-cru,
snlendor to abnlnifr want Tbensa- man s 'b -i-ir,i.i-Ti L."Sai.t-2 l t.
fnniir ' " - . , i r-t -- uiu Juioicrauie: uubiuab a& auuii ua uuy, iva
itf . 1 - -.i ., r fj. St loriunfLiTrrr.-iTT js. -mnriTifr. in -,ne- naucs di ms- . -t .? .y-zi, .c j-
smaiup:taetbemalt over tocretherio 4hp I " V ?r " ' i-1"? SttIb in cac WPUic, is morwuesac
.adjoilpg-jaiido thefather def errr.ln , ' T" " ; .,u r& - -- ; " ' j01i, a angrenv wMch. b.n on
nsteim passnf .- pcBanbtr uinoraiawepCTnmra- 3 Xbis imscrabh-
oih& Indahildron frKn l. W!?T,8' ijmpay, nerce-Uantj p mtclerabl
.saBeteihibTi,.a. ' naiam:nmr Wm&& is pxHarly incident to On,
ealfoufakesihl,n(r0 5 ?5SSi,jm ,,R. iwibi? .
" . 7i- ZZZmr t.- "w UtUiUB UIUI U IV'U W. WSA, AK -Wfc-ni ,- ,J1 . --. -4..-. -. --1. ." .. ,-V . . rt T-
aioi?sw53gS3rJf r?? SSrv-&g
toatTeifndHandttif", e pwcesrowbon hi snjp is borne f:""1"" i"fsuiiy
" atii'-iuir jiisetlTS. I W..H tn cm 1,
An Insurance Agent communicates to thej
Troy Budget the following description' of a
Xiro ZVULUuiJiiiur, wuiuuuc Jiuuwa uy uipuri-
ence, is about the tiring and which can be ob-
tained at a trifling cost :
" Why will not people avail themselves of
modern discoveries, to save, their -property
fiom fire ? A package of two or three pounds
of sulphur, disposed of in sucha manner as,
to be among the fiist things to burn ; or at
hand to be thrown into the fire soon after its
commencement, before air rushes into "the
building, will arrest the nre, as surely as wa
ter; and is better than water, when varnishes
or resinous gums are burning.
" Oxygen and sulphur have so strong an
affinity that in the combusjion of sulphur the
oxygen of the atmosphere is converted into
sulphurous acid gas, at which point fire js ar-
rested. , ' ?
"I tested this principle and thereby- saved
my property some years since? an account of
which I gave through your colums at the time.
It is impossible to conceive how much human
suffering might have been averted, had that
suggestion been attended to by ship and boat
owners -J neverread the accounts of the
terribleJoss of human life on board our ships
and steamers without thinking that they
might have beensaved, by a package of brim-
stone in the fireroom."
1 A JLiixcljy Dream.
A correspondent of th& United States, Ga-
zette gives the 'following curious, account of
the manner in which the- mode of making
round 'shot was originally discovered. -We
believelt wIU1e new fo many of our readers:
My father was a plumberf.inJthis city, and for
a long time could think of,hothing but-how to
make round shot. iHoundshotjtwas die, bur-
den orthe nightaj welljas2the day. One
night he was,Awaiened'byiablow in the. back
from myraothenf who cxclaimed.xL have found
.4 oat-how q makeroundshotrL'I flreai
K& 5tes!,Bt .
-A rz;e Vis?lisCi
TT'iien it '.vasied, oCa edrlirftd-Xpudijni
Vu.il-i. , nun. i.iue. ji.",3 iwci, iiv izz ' S
quired an unmenseTlbSusir, wl'IIc ths ttisejt,
End best of fee rdf35siaj conltl scarcely lue
hy their axerrioiv;, he defied hi-rntdrlocuio
to estimate vi ai was tha utiaserzft.tl retlonll
'between tLv. Iterant and th1 vLc aao g thj?
sick of "London. TheeLy?was :ab' it!ten
to one." " Very well said tue ypact'ypji,
attend the wise men and 1 tne tools. -
Aftecthe first frost. Jet this crop-ba gather-;
ed in as soon as possible. -"VSe peed, not giv
the modua operandi, end varna only advise i
haskins and bruises be avoided ly carefalj
nanaune.-sAJur pian is to remove eaoa even :
irigat harbe.en dug through the day, and
depositrthenim hfllsof some fifty or seven-
five bushelgjtawhere they ought to bs cavered,i
in due timerfef the weather-Is.nofe very cold.t
or went?" a sligbfceovering; of pine? straw wiiij
ufnciently protectothpm and we Jhmk it julj
th rfetter to veniaioBn this condition for
day ortwoi aiti r which, cover with a, gooc
goat orstiaw theu wifhlhvrge pieces of pinej:
oai v, put, on sningie rasmonaana cover tn
wnote with earth, leaving an openkspacs a
the'top'ot the, huh to prevent totfmuclradat-j
jug. xi. is Deuer xo sneiier me uui vtnq
boards fo protect against rain,Jmfcif you ard
inta creat hurrv tdret back ta. the cottoil
picking, a larsepiece of bark laid over tea
,top, affords pretty good protection, andmalre
avery acceptable compromise with mostplani
terswno are wining po yieia a suaxeoi tneti
UULUlUlli, lUL'ti liUiG UlSpiOJ Jli bUilUU JUltO
We lmvenot.yet;Iearned to properly estimat
thevalu& of the potato crop?whick may wl
care bekeptcas well as -comPafld be apprcl
r . -1- ii . -riu jp- 't '-., r J
fcprjatea taras. many uses iorSttae jamay ana
I stocir; f
Egg- Two young men waited upon the late
Peter S. Duponceau, Eq , to ask his profes-
sional assistance. One of them commenced :
"Mr. Duponceau, oun.fatherdied and made" a
will." Vis it possible ? I never heard of
such a thing," answered Mr. Duponceau
aI thought it happened every day,7,' said the
young man. "It's the first caseof the kind"
replied Mr. Duponceau. Well saidthe
young man, "if there js td be, any difiiculty
nrinnt Jfc. vre bad better" rriva vou -a'feetQ at-
tend to tho?business." Tho fee was giyen,i
and- then Mr. Duponceau observed :vOh !
I think I know now what you mean. Xou
mean that your father made a will and died
Yes, yesPRhat must be it! that musfclbeit !"
Funny fellows, these lawyers.
"Young -man, do youbelievo inajfuture
state- ' 'v " J' .
"Incpurse I does; andSwhat's moreIjjin-
tend to entcritas sopff'as'Befeygets her
weddingithings ready." , '"il&&s&SgL .
"You mistake mefsir. Do you believe in
a future state of rewaicls and punishments?
That'svhatl meany-- -m- -t
, "jIost assuredlyIfjhsliould cut nugs aC
aTrediheaded woman;fifsnouia expect?my iiac
?' "A. Iaxaent. --
hesleeps that stillrKl pleasant sleep,
aEor .wbicbtlie weary'pant in vain,. ,
A.nd, where the dews of evening weep,
p- Jj-mav not weep-again r -
0 1 never more upon her grave
Rhnll T "hnlinlrWKo -rc-ilrl flffnrl-r-nrr
They lairlEer where the sun and moon
; Looked on her tomb witblovingfeve:
.And I have heardthe, breeze ofUune
z Sweep o'erjtr like a sigh: .
And the wild river,swailing; song
f Grew dirge-lik"e1fegit stole along " "&
And rhaveidrept, in malry dreams, -.
Of her. who .was a dreanftto mp?:i
-And talked to hereby summer streams
j.n5crowag, aua on xne sea,
Till innry soul she was enshrined,
a. younggena,or tneimma. x-
. . . r &
;Ti5 years ago! and other eyes
Havefiung their beauty o'er myryontn.
i And I havejmng on-otherf sighs
And sounds.tbat seemedrlike trpth;-
And loved, themusie which they gave
Like thafc"whichvperlshed-.in the gralejt.
And lAhavP Iftfftflin rriTTinnrl nnn
gptBtngle with theirvncoirr
Ihere-is a weight aroundmy;head
Itfy beartf is growihgTbldl
0 1 for a Je&ga andm bame
,With thee, deaHIllen, in tlrv tomlNaS
y breast andbramyg-
-- ,i ,t - - 3
J3ut tncy are an tome own. again:
-r.,AistP ti.j2fiHu1r f
t iiiirrriiniui jt 9 k., n -kj n
rA. ",""." H,a u Jiurrasassana worn
ii7-r. Titirr. hiH -iri..ir. i --- t'C
wrviu tr'.iwuiutv 06r?cnrierona ctfli
vi i:T -I V : A,,rw- wignienod ni
wav,z Jr5 "UJ fcii.uaaerea a xhi-Trf. . ,
Waifor andr:' , mr qteime
ilni I ok
ul- r iiim?;v- sottHifng mm-potent Hn
tT rf k , P. tS"rE.sr?Ml "n JSsES-. , 5?2
. u. ioiasjiigiy xoiineufed by ua.aei- J .TJu . j
ii a,-'"auijui,Luui-auttuitAiiJuit:i tm'
-j.nnrc.nnT7 rn maKe irouna .snnt. i ntwrnnn i wnirtninH t. r'ft-crvotor Tnn snr-rtr.ruii jrj-- , .. - - v.-r .
u V-2 :.. i , ,$ !,. f,. i . . .! j f ;u"""""; v "' T - i A3" tijOU H cr ,a tlry shrojia 5.
deatbaJ-, vc iu'K.,, , r" f - "IU.V- o?- c - . . '' ' .,, Than all Ac fe! ficdrilsh eroVdfe -
sulltrer -elI'n. p wcu, ou ararmg a ms&insr noite wcto to, ynng man; yoare incornioitf' - ,
elbi-st proeeca irom an iser room, i as lctormejtfo to7 - a - .
temtle :"ww ;. re r.-, r" 6wmS , u ,u w, H--r .,. - -:, -s. . . jae-KfESE, Js , p
,o;n il m, 1 iooiiea np.snu saw a inan riounna inc. buramv. darned aI wuuldn t ro-.a u z"j. isu; r ': """ " "w -- ' -
..' taUau rr..io-Ti. rt loo" nr ft,.! f fl,r. I .tJL .! ,.,.. Tl ,w. -lV t- AU " 1"" tl'C TV .W5
oi tap - i "i : -vi&'rSJ-3.- -? rr
PSISgsLS'Sife. -isfe?iS.'s ? fcJ5teV. Aaidt.
-ittssf.iKsisvrai tiAtzrmm-r ';ssMsnML,',siMwsfcv . as W9BwciJEaeuatF"?' .af5 -'-"i8. . .
i . j j.. Trj-XL !.
4; VUiC lUi Utit; JTUliUV AUlt
' In a recent conversation with. Mr Joel
Barret, Jr. of jayuga "Bridge, on the subjec
otthejpotato diseaser he informed us that
rhrtdjaotfbeen troubled with, the rofcfor. sot
yearst and that there wa&an easy remedy fq
it, which all might apply with very littleirot
ble or expense. Qif inquiring for tbia simpl
"remedy, we expected, to hava been tela ths
St wasa secret to be revealed onlv to thai
r -t." - r. jk, - - . j
Iwho were wilims to.contnbuto a handsoi
o the discoverer. Bcfeiyrr- B. free!
j give ns.hfs experience whicb?wVas freely it
part to Qurreaaers, leaving it to mem
make the experiment If they thinkproper.
iur. xsarrec siaiea mat aew years sine
(ho, as well as most of bfs-nelghbors, lost the
'entire crop of potatoes by the rot that tEj
next spring he was compelled to go to anc
er town for seed, where h& procured a suppl
for -himself and an adjoining neighbor, an
where he was told how to DreventVne- d&eaac
fHcsaFdheand bis" neTchbornunted the see
i7Wj- jt --? -jSAJp --rja'-it- i d
tne remeay recommjiscTrt aiv wnea-ci
tsistea, in sowing as ,:s vr tse aarw --cj
?jr- i j- ' . i t . .
weei jor six iveeiis, cvitPTi'an. yg.ar v -.tv
the second hoeingcf uC etopr p ix-z"
two to three bushels of asres- pfrc.v, r." ; i
issufiicient'to"give the petal
dusting. ThV result wa ihal
lenthely free'from the disease
toes on tne aqjoining nei i
filrr.,t as welras"mosft
fctneaisease. - "--
S&ihL. A ffood: lesson is ccntaind in
itefcl naragraDh froroSan essbi-ugt "
AafcjS 4aIrilCrnv. a Toitf dinna1" ,r.v'afTBrjec.v. - -
miw - Ajuwb Jw"gj.srv? ""c "iKyjtr?,
JfTOlJ J "-., r-..JilPW!:?.V.X.ftJ jlSit- -.1
j - &V
floor. a:,d on takin.
j .am s mr r,.-A !,,. j.r ,i 4 5- , , r ...i ti" i xi
to -wv. .w uwuis utiurnnn niwr. ?iT,ri t uaiiu. f muna ifinv wsru ,.,.fiti i .
jiound him convntsing witb bystanders.--P &bcr explaimed fetacy "YoufeP
fie plated to iheurthennneai whbh hopund it out. Immediate y he fiQi 4 m?lt
O'derWins good master, and expressed hij j'pot lowofkj and on ponrin- lomef h
"s.1"- iuu atinorrpr.f- nt r,o oi-nn na t icau rmm itw
Tjfi.-.Ti!-as5 ' ""riuu
1Bug.ine shado,rJqfpalmx trees
M.T'" bildu, we
ooW feared. f oe rejo ced:
rL&u the blae r, .- .1 - J
theettr lafed." WUi"c w e BS aaJ $,
TSear chlidwn e7ji.- .r. ,.
- .- " uu iainer. our
yoyageirom tjbe. Jesert island to tbibeautiful
country Uj higher-meanin"
'5fS f 1P tillnger ToyL
sse to a mHf?lr,TYinfnTS:x!..i . b
am earth SH."r2S7' -:1?6
Jsnd. TS-3a l,r i. :". ar?, fn E-
dcimitkd. -Tins beid with eatn,.hot nnioir
li VeV e!iirtr,Toa l. .!,. J 1 -.. ,y.TOSUre, VPt an lns&nf&K-,-,.-,!., KVit ii bflfnrn mo A
T" J ... .jw iJXi V.C1VI itlZU iinit 11ZT i - ' - """J "".! UM'UO UC UU1 5 1. UH I. I ---- &u.u
rr ' . ... rv -"-. r .ic: 1! . t .. -a . '-w''-"i
ft anguhed, haiencc -and forti- . j"e Dcrt cgmpiaioquuPfiuencbabltj
sffSa" dySrer-to reklndlS theminthei,i&f,;'..,tI0-0lie Trae ailowed tt&illeviate,
hcarg ana iepgaln goes fortEtolncw thFinIe dr0P of ater' the cxcruciatincr
e?c0lh the loilsd troublesof life. t0rm te?iCwelt:
- AVisit to Java.
.&mmB.iK--v! iwjwat.- jm i ' i s. .r - - i pi fin mi jwbi . r -s
e -is;3i. - . :: ' rs-L ?ri"f ' -?
; our yci3ouid give such adviccto a tpi.t.
7 hust starring 13 life r "
j. his rather tok AaDoanfiT. fim tpji, .
er flft? nnnwrstfmn .-..JTb. j ?ti .w,"F
"m.u.iuu ll(I lKMffkVf'n TT"J rirt. W-b
: . .. ..w. Mili UVC'MC
ahowu uii our expresses arrivo
tuo or twiflr ,nif,
sortie of the sbot in ra?
'2r iwj -r,
' mic rriiwus. jffldiBif Jla sraar
top and Atrial! rooii aSapfasIsea.lwJf eac5
irox to&erafc, H5reseredCt'fn. and t
Lckfpt year soWj&Hwlt.Ti fxnaiitj aai ,
',. ii .1 r-11. --ir TV-tru tRn Jwo-Tljff rrt t4 2-.,.. -r -
pbS?- 1? sra, - ri
Ssaih5S;Si.'Biwft&t, -SaftfcsS&siS-" Fddt . -3-
f!.siisaH,JBioa'7s K.,ca!-air i "jwiihl l . w i .-wb" w.ieR
"r.(wiT"-T-T.T',aaii w" xjot- .. .. vadtj-jt- . :
, .- r5;i
l.W? tbe 5 Ltf m b:
f . io flee awayj-ane atTfe "
eatli iu Ciiiiaion
Thailand here is, indetd,loble
" crQough alamt shadow of heav-
LaZ W b1t1jcr' over be stormysea
is death; fiSt Jittla brint rHoo if As
njcnwhichgen in black apparal shall at
r&mmfonh- But when that
hourtnkexi myself, your mother,
or you, moct leave this- Wnri c r "nJ
?.i5s,MnUSBjen wholove fid d
iadoaewilL.nothing else but a vova-e
iu iue oetteRiand.3!
own reasons to aery beautiful lady of that
"'"' . Fyctiitieu me ionowmgTvinch we can-
not deny is done with much tact and clever-
ness, at the expense of the lady's brother:
"A young man was promenading the streets
T?3(SXBZ.n ;ti . . r. w
c jTT""- writes or, the Sabbath:
juuuv snnnirtihii !.- i i J . .. ..
.j - - -
us writes of
ihebest day of alle
ilow trueand exnuisitelr TiomrtiAil i,
i?..T7 !.. C r -1 J -...... j luc
luuowing expressive passage which is taken
from an article in the DublinTJniversityMa
. uuib 1Cw iinngs-appeaj so beauti-
tul as a veryj?oung child in its shroud. The
little mpoceat faee l00ks o sublimely simple
."prog amongst the cold terrors of
deaf lisa i!i lmnlocc r,niT A..ft- x? . ,. .,
-JS ' lj,J4J 1UU. !: I !?. THT" I I a. I wm -- -
mortal has nresaed alon ft !, .If1 ousmouth last night,
aria .explored tlfe mysteryf dissolution 'l IT 5?' and'
i here is death In it5 sublimest nnr. T,nst.
image, no hatred, no- hypocrisv, no suspicion,
no Carefor-tlin mnrrnvT7 . J..l....,i .L..
lttle facedeath has come loveinsly upon it :
there lSTlOthino- nr,a n Kt. ;"-T . .
"n "WW Ul UU1AU III IT5 ClflfntTT
Theyearnihgs of love, indeed, cannot be sat-i
isfied; forjhgprattle, and smile, all the little'
world of ihourrlifK tt TOOT.n - ji:l...i . .
gone foreyerfr Awe, too will overcast us in
its presence, for we are looking on death but
we do not fear for the IohaIu -0 v t
cbild-has- gene, simple and trusting into the
from thft top
from the sha
m. ir . . - J-
A JUoonltelftt Lover. 'K "rw WI Ka-Its Barbarities;
Tho editor ofthe Portsmouth. (ra au .. J'oe a?v.lce? f,.om China givejhoekinff ac-
being.desi.ous to pav a'comnl mGnt fr iS !? .?K 0t ?. baant whioh alemnfmitted
. . " . . . "" ill lUC EaCKinrr nf tntrrio o- il
'1 - . sereaaaer -
?e top o8M!,e 3tahs,hc found tlQ 'OTr. SkeeSs. youlaid the'ddant aS l"r 5 SL oSfa7 l
round, thauiuiy which.be had honest and intercut : -What N r,Amiffwnffloifers;
e Aifoiriwn: 1 ., j -. i,?mj- . . rV hilt mwceffoa f - It seems mif Mxpht Lnf i
of tbe leading trwef ixrthe city. ' lkXo sir. I never 4ed him " -Z ,? "1 tae raonrwit?hoar3
uch better; stif? nn nnnnn "WKfj ,1 . . ' iKt '.and manv a IfSTifcfSTflSfes tswiHP
flftf the SfSS nT-'I r',U nn lZdE. -VUtt wg? a conclu?? , M nrldnra1"?-
--- AVUtaA. 11JUL III -v lOOIHBV tfjidSHr . X. " " - mvH1V1I UCL' II! I P ar -.
round shot." ' if4Ca1sThe,takes ten ZZZ .fe, tulling oTthe licrhrnitniStl
presence jgjis All-wise Pather; and of such,
we know ishe kingdom of heaven. "
W ! - J"??,tt w ascetic form, or
"-" J uiioe ftiii .s-i,-.!.-- .,,, .
- r -- toiiius, ana waii -r3!p j Mwcau auu nroiectea nv a snnoi.cfiiinn
Tiie Cedars of Leoanon.
J.ne cedars of Jbebanon hae ?iminilij
overtook a vouner ladv in n
span new dress of the latest fashinmfn mAm-
al and mako, and who our promenader took
to be one of the finest if not the'finest formed
women ue had ever seen. Portsmouth is pro-
verbial for thebeauty of females; but this
specimen he thought the most cmfrmin"
-tie follnwnn hT nn of n ..tr..i it . b
v wuu, lcol,clJuu uistance,
determined.to find out where she went, with
aview to make a profitable investment of his
v,lu,u:3 ana sniaJl talJ. m tne form sq te
micumgiy enveloped m the sflk and lace that
weie swelled and rounds nnf. hrr l,n-
fnl n, .:. J "" H
..m. ui uuui L1IIIIS
, , w , u "" ms. UCIU UI'
uaie. it is stated that in one engagement.
- - ..wamuu, uusiues ajarge num-
ber who tvere drowned by being pcrsueTinto
i-f. "r m, another, seven thousand were
filled; in another, s?ven hundred were burnt
to death and three hundred killed. nn!n,'n.f
prisoners having been brought in by "the vie-
ways paysthemln advauV"
Verdict for the plaintiff.
CaS0' . Tb,
A celebrated druircristofmilnoTMv
ingas he thought, on the poinfrof death, sent
' r1 v-' wt,u was lue tamily physician. C
xiuviug prescriDea, was about to take hisleave
when the draggist called him to hisbedsfde'
and said: Doctor, I have something-heavilv
on rayintmd Several years agojtwl&fa the"
uaoic or adulterating mv i?rn-c1R, jr
fc , . , ,.- "Bu I UUU,W
tors; but they had the heads of one Imndied ?W apprehensive lest I will not be pardon-
and fifty others: Numerous engagements are ed - - "-:,
mentioned where thousands t.oo1.j ipl. Well, said the doctor. ffTotr or- 3,7 u!
Rmn .r.7 "te "'"""". Jrul? mVm :r.'.7 -.', "V ""Sl
t,v.4U. 'iTt io beu ine example of barba- uf-c-r '"w"UIj a9u no may torgiveyou,
rous cruelty. When one nf h;0 nm., :-j but l were he, Pti j oiTS ftl, J J
fvrkMJ I.. iT 1 - I
aicu uu laes ms head off. Everv f?en8rnl
,. , o 1
therefore, is fighting for his own tfead.
iling the h;
i rJt. t
? w -1111" wnose very
uiu De no uav for .
oped brain of childhood
o shake the simple faith
noccnt lips' id say "Our
on tdJff-backa'cnSrs till rtl , nW
be no day to sit upright j
3. uuiui! un npnonn ci.ii
bn-dSshntlW nnf Kr m 1
f 1!', owerto drink ThS
-tiS8 lre3 0."fotterles.s. - T nm c .2.
nO-mOimw Te CJJm -rs Jf
--- jw uuuuavi I' mm nimnnn
this s4 Jaojent jggjjgp prom -,
rooi, ci mistaken -bnt ffpl!.m,mni.
i parents: ir
from tbelins of vour nTiiH!
uiffitntiJJ.,.la i. . . r'-i
miii&fr ialT,5i0usten to two or three
IarS;,S1lons' Smftritcfied between
? h&Jli i?ltltlGns of creeds and cate-
No nPrelfiaes Jour eary victims!
" aI RAi...tSJKS.,irit -nearcn is one etern-
- UUUlil'i f II. .
-vu ; inii
Ifilkii TCT7rriiiiiilH iUUK since oeen tul-
I-- UUU. JJKIl.tmni . - S .
field." "the rnsf. nf tU fV7Tr!t
r !.-. ., - " .!. uus lorest are
-aeana may write them." The ce-
dars of Lebanon sMPPMe nA .
i . . &&. sJ r "siKj space e-
qual to twocres of giunfe But Xebanon
is a fruitful field ; and its more useful leaves,
with a gracejuljuxuriance ; and in its valleys
the harvests wave spontaneouslv in autumn
-, f Quarter! Howry for QctBber
-& mMi--. ,r - -
Good humor is a hriirl.nin,. t.
U .i ,, . .
CJO mey wain along High streetthere
they turn down cross street, up another, and
so on, through rpvp! nf i,o j.To.i. 3
- c- ..-. v.. un "u iriiva anu
yays, until from the monotonous same-
ne-s and distance of a.- certain tread behind
uer, the beautilul young lady with th?Hebo-
liko form quickens her pace. aBd at hnti
reaches, and strage tcsay, goes in at the very
corthe promenader himsAlPHrnc ir,-
urirrrrj- : "
-uc ionuws m no harm to follow
uuc s own house the
I'!l?,ala?tei,2n on aowal Fasts.
JJfle PresbvtersW RHinlmi-n. !,. i. .k.:
modeiator, wrote to Lord Palmerston to know
uuiuertue appointment of a national fast,
wasm contemplation HisLordshipthrough
his secretary, replied as follows :
"There can beno doubtthat manifestations
of humble resignation to the Divine Will, and
vSBUJcuis or nunian unwor-
'thmess, are never more appropriite than when
it has pleased Providence to afflict mankind
with some severe visitation ; but it does not
appear to Lord Palmerston that a national
fast would he muiLiMr tn v : .
one in 1, !f4 " . 1 "L ut '. uwianees ot
j "r -"-F1"' momenc. The Maker'bf tho Tl
A hoisier woman, writimrTn her nMfi"
sister who.itj.inx.f. .n'm; .f ":..!.? -0 '
3"w"-"",",uS "f, uauiiqusner a-S
Bu,UOt iv.iug snor. men. Shesavs flmra S
Cometh, my Io?, and-I.w3I weave
fti-iiuuiurEiiv nrnir- - .
lThe briglitest roses, kissedfby, eve
Tt Are shining brighter-nmr- ,,
However bright, for nt -
-Hf 'tis not shared with thee, mv love-
- -u. tia uuauarcawitnthee!1'
Z Echoes. W
Still the angel stars are shining,
Still the rirmlinjriiwaters flm S
HT fBut the angel-voh?elsiIent" '
ji-i-uacjii npnrri.Hn.J2T7rs --'J"r
Hark! tHellchoesnrmnr Tox
- - sfi. V
laf settt Ka.dw tWtKt
i taw wen, acni:red riAm aQa &&
.or semo ote seed, wHeb I ecdaedfrt.
iy at one dollar thcbustuil. Ts bsrd
jnougb -to pull Bp sjBglsrpo not niu
I HiiSappipe-stem. TE& werR
handsome A1lWfl, a - ,
inj. thecsroots and. employmg' the
IIS POSSiblerfor hfnmfn t, ,
seed, from which to lecmS t ..
cad cure ofthTdrchard, fielda:
Tl, r trnT i iS,
wi nine roDEPdonein pnttmgmses
xuk, iHuniQ, out everything In preparing
ground" for seed next snrimr ' a
Onionsmaynow be planted, and Sourh;
uaPf SUB CaD03Ces. Dress nrnr. fl, ,
?.QS T,? , S17111 a good coating of manurd
rnto win rn. ... ; t i
.. i uc iu uue oraer m the spring for 1
succulent stems to shoot thrnnfrl, x
pure the whole garden designed for vegetabi
m the spring; pile it. on," and then turn 1
no 'satisfaction in it, especiallyif circuinstani
rHnuer it necessary 00 it in a hurrv T
and further: 'vou am 'not-pr rn . u: Jl
hasty dive, you are just as likely 'to. kissChe
end of the nose as anythingelserand that is
not always clean VMoretvar.sho attributes
a.stitchjm the back, withhilhflhe is now
troubled, to that nernioiomflmTiWf' f,.i.
Awful. , - J
,fac&- ja.nj.rish ladv wrote to horlnTrnn 1ZZ?
fnP jim o send her some money." Sh'eaiL-
-., uj llJf ut-postenpt : iam so asnamed
ot the request raadeJn this Inffor tKf. rntx
.,r .t.!-. , . ;, ' m J. o Uii It
ancmqjpostman to get it? backbut the ser
twi ngnt; she is so exquisitely moulded, had
u aFieuUiuty lujirounaed neck and shoul-
ders ; Imfcannot help what he does ; her as-
tonishmg,loveliness has completely overcome
his sense ot prudence ad propriety; his arms
cncircledier "waist, and an imnuki
of life. Jint self-denial onlil-P-A.e.ntxno,c plants a 'burning kiss nnnn
A Person who is the slave of selfishncSB& tbeImost delightfully ripe, mellow, pouting
hao,many wants of his owntto4be supplied fpS - cver t,s1ald a eet thing or sang a
, 4uivita til ii!K nwri Trt Cttr.A.i 1
l?ro,i i..x .. t- . : wun. aim
..v.uu, wiab ue nas noleisure to
wants and interests -of others.
i sown uouse the entry is nearly dark- -"" """'" J.ne maKer'ot the U- ailmcspostman to get it?ba
sees her form dimly, like that of ahde in fIf ,aa .Uoisbcd certain .lVT6 of nature-j vant couW not overtake himt'
light; she is so exnuisitelv mnnMJ Ha fr tbe Pianet II which live, and the weal -r , . .
mistaken parent! Tolax
s-prevent'the fearful re-
re 11 .,- , . Si , ,
safi! t- ITrv lUBcaDDatn what troa de-
UUU UW VI.OU
Tt Tc : . "
Wfi tnnf 1, JLJ, uZ . ,. "," PUSI-
othersaroundhimso. W "
-3- Wesni?e '
ffJ of virtue seven.
ffessunVi ? Wards he lands of the set-SSrthe-Wrfarch
ATJcantifuI Incident. V
-fn1 fr belD.S at8oa iQ adreadful
J JftnaingTnthe cabin near
-, uuu iiUea with alarmor the safety of the
S.f.CTJS at his ComPso and
c7Tr uneu-out: -
iuaear, are you not afraid ? How is-It
possible you can be bo nalm in cr,i.. j ,
fultorm?" u"r ureaQ-
Ho f.n. A.o il. T - -
-".w iusc iium Liin nimir Hni,.j ii. . .,
. u ijej
or woo of mankind depends upon the observ- ot 8", J" Iove iS lnjy-d, red QSiL;--,
anceor the neg ecc of thnz Uryr omj ilol my heart and there she Po&?$vm?
a -- - ... .u.,,n. UHU in. , I r. , . ' 0 " -"
iuSa uu ucr nngers andcorns on her toes -'
.holes in her stockings and I should be sur-
prised if she ain't some "pumpkins1 in ?..'
world but the Lord only knows..
O. UMU Ui
iuose laws connects health with
m iuosg- gaseous exbilations which proceed
trom ovcr-crowdod humansbeiugs, or from de-
v-uusiugsuostances, whether animal or ve
ctable; and those ,samegaws render sicknels
the almost inevitable consequences of expo-
.- luusi: uuiiiius mnuences. Knt. if .oc
weet song. She, of course. shril-a - o
vant runs with a lamp to. tho parlor, and -ft,,.
promenader is discovered with h?Q ;.. i.
belle of street, in his arms. Ho bad of rangon,ents as wi)I prevent or -disperse such
ton. Irissflri Mc hifmt;pnl.e.'d ... i..- halations as to lender them linrmlnea pi,
. or. . -..-...., uuu uuvur oeiore
at the same time pjeasod Providence to place
it within jho powePof man td"make?such ar-
visitation of cholera, whiuh hi Knr !,'
iltalS4e.dltenraneM, has never lost f d"jh word and pointing it to the
fSSSKWiwd m Paul whenhe sought bt of his wife, exclaimed :
- J?d m AnmKhfi .!..... t.. rn tIL- "Are you afraid?" ' -
She instantly answered, "Noli' -"Why?"
said the" officer.
l2?r feann t.r ,t- !..,. isecadse," reioined the Iam- tfi. !..
. r "iuor iu iu uuuj 2 ', ," , . J "" mis
sword is in tho hands of mv WW. ..j "
loves me too much to hurt me." ""
"Ihen," said he, "remember
I " ?
Jnovmg still the earnest
liaS look westward with
'Bcr. S. Ofgood.
Of Ve1fliJ.P n flnmnpr's
hadfii?., rtntn nf in-
" by banging--round -
purify towns and cities, and to?pro-
vent,or remove the cause of disease, h ivo not
beensufficientlv aetivHin mrm,,!' ..?.i .
- v-fcv..v. iu CUUU IHUl'
gest that the best
,U . T 1.-1; .. T -" """v m
wuuiuxuBiieve, ana that He whodiomVthe
wiJ. H fi313 andj&he water m tfie hoUow
or His hands is my Father " ' i
SSUAjeoward is generally r'ibully," for
ho Who if "chici811. hejirtnrl : ?c t,oA,m11
foul modified. J ---.-jr
in?Iho character of a lover
,2fow the corollary from tho abom i !,; .
jo "women (lasses and grown ones) of Ports
mouth cannot oe surpassed for beauty and
gtucujMa uio.wonu, wnen a brother don't
knowliis own sister in a new dress."
Men of the Revolutiou.
Gen. Greene, in his" despatches, after tho
battle of Eutaw. says : 'Hundreds'bf mvfmpn
-were naked aslhey were boin." Judge Jolm-
son, ih his fife of Greene, says: "Posterity
will scarcely believe that tho loins of many
men who carried death into the enemy's rank
at Eutaw, werejjalled by their cartouch boxes
ivfluea told oi rag or tutt ot moss protected
the shoulder from the same injury ft om tho
musket 1 XJeneral Greciie'savs. in his lotrpr
to the Secretary of War: "We have throe
hundred men without arms, and more than
one thousand so naked that they can be put
on duty only in the most desperate cases.
Our difficulties are so enormous; and our
auw so pressing, mat j. nave not a moment's tinn wi," ' i i v ;-" ua-
relief from tho most painful anxioties. ' T W J?.?11.1? ?as.doDO hl3 utost for his
a A - y few N-IlprTT rins. j.1 im
more embarrassments than it is nroner to di. uus. Vr vu ls ina. uma mvoke the
clos them to the world," J ZL! ,? 0l aeavGQ t0 S,vs c8ct to his oxer
2sTo, no, 'exclaim'eol dear jfrs tW?n,r
you'ro gals now-a-days 'hainf b'alf so under--
pendent as they used to was in '76 W-hy
whon.my old man fust set to make aninquest
ogihe p.esent Mrs Partington, you i.toUh?
're see hira I One ninrhtr. Mnrm oa r,i i.? j
- . . C --' --.... .iji jyau H.IUU
Still thewoodisdim and lonnlr'-
Stilkthe plashing fouutains plarjlfe
Buthe past ana alfe'beauty, m '
TVPhitBer-fihs.it fl"2owv? 4 4
Hark! thejmoumful echoes say
on xl. i ...i . . , . ----.-"jy.
uuu uie mru oi nightpmplametE
v.u' "m Hgpam)
V ISlOns.Of mv hannv nnnW ".
? -Dojcallnjieall invmn? jl
"-Harknthc echoes cry agjfiif
sd j. jAll'in TnTnJ
- Gease, oh ecbges, moruful echoeslH
. V" vf" uur -Y01ces weit
iNojv my heartris sick and weary,
iujrMui oiu, a longtjareweir i
. Muun'me ecnoes sad and dreaKg?
iry jareweil, tarewtUll
What is hope? Thcanteous sun,
Which colors all it shines uponf C
The beacon of JhVs drehryea.
The s'tar of ImmortalitypP "
-Well undor. A ?., . ,
- .- fc uiuuii iifti. fnTiTtnT . ..
; rl.. - ,! ..." , r -"" wo 3
itu,ar mac richness is i-fpnKM rt :i
K r 21 . . "'- wi uiowiur
xu you wantgooa Irish potatoes in thesprfnS
in:fiiiira Trnriw.t.M i . . -r
TT,. " j-f&vuno. now. ioyou want!
iuii urup or tnosesweet and ininooT ..
annlr- thv r " -fv
..rv u,uaulcw,i. if your garden
.- fcMVri &4t& Air AiJLIJt flTIV It- , f "
clay give at some sand, but do not delay thl
until sprmgvandthen loot tn mt- j J
.-- . . ' MUA&itiuii i:ni7i
Ot YAP'et.irSToc 1?S1! x. . a
-.-" 4wo i. iiii &iiii winrni nM.u.ir
.Itt ?, , I. V " puaac
rJ :v MUi tu Mrepare ior cardeninff Tn
'. E'xuit Orchard.
Tfif;Jiij(,j..ji..t. r .
Tgjp.- jjuvcuiy me oest month, m tl
jruarior transplanting tree?. They-are cai
17 T05 A S4A whw.!. -.A x - t-
r v u. uuiiuuut biaie, as a living treeil
,c ever gets to 'be, and if remove
luajea wita care, wiii hardly realise Am
-c. -- -
r mi. . m'Si
o-ueroots ot younff trees arc i?nr?nr t,I
TCinfOf. TrrtTfl - - . ?- J
, -...v.y vUlua mruniug out aehcate fibred
rwhich areto be the-fecding months for, ihJ
."" " luc "Pwg, iiencethe injury of rema?
.iji tue iree iff Thpipgnteroouti,!
lareiormea, and compelling i &&im
-r., iL. : .,. iUl "s ruaw lls weders.-
""" luuiawmff otttueiejifin iT,c M i.
! . -"Jf-
S 01 leelinfra Vnnno nnrl tt-o,, .
. aay Dcam burstingjhroueh the stormxkea'
-i A trin yf 1 " -i - . cJJWl .
t7 , r'J3Ros.blrtl 7 STi." .L! ?'iTOSS . ? r si
Z - oneeL'-lo.oPureI0r earth! ",M ,u :""? WQ,C? Ji themselves
-.- u iit Siupy, ana mtnea to their chambers
meuc neon mercifully checked, is an awfI i. if L c YttKir'.?? 'fe. uus. -apout,
warning" to the people of thTs lealm that they JJ Wei tl o fir I ZS 'Jltt
have too much ne-lected their i?.w ; ,i.i 1 Sf' , Cl ,ho. flrG blcd, and blazed,
resnent. nn i,Bf , 77 ,'" ." u u "'ff i0Kcu ftt me, and I at him. nntii
r---j - kUv wiuau uuijsuus wiin winm it n ;
tflrs. Lord Pnlmnrstmi tvni,M l.r. v.
.. 7 .ivu., uiuuiiure. suc.
HP f M rt Ixnnf- nn..u ..!!. - -.. I t.
uue wiiicu tne people of of oflior days" "wined her Ci
U 1 J t "7"i""6 jca,"
.distanco, he riz un. nn1 rnnmnni,;n
mo wittean easy smile, ho tuck my hand, and
felt right strait down upon hifknecslo ex-
plore me. 0 dear ! O Hpni.f !. .
Wwd i'witf --and here this imnd ni,i ukL
iv-T- , a ". iiu
ed.wiii hn f n ,!,. k ;:;:..,", UL bl,v.: fBost oarc post
, ... v v,... tuu jUiervai mat Willi
wapau oeiwecn tbe present time and the bei
ginning of nextJspring in planuingand execu-
ting measures bywhich those portions of their
towns and cities winch are inhabited by the
poorest classes, and which, from thenature
ot things, must most need-puri6catiou m1
improvement, may be freed from those caus-
es and sources of contagion which, if allowed
AiBLOSSOir Of thnf. i-niV,nni- -
ySE the a2els oulJ see:
A beauty and a charm, whose nowpr
a portion ot that world to come.
eoJfSlnd ocean meet the last
Tvo,men wore conversing about
uuutuur oi meir wives. "Ah '"
with a sorrovful cxressjqn, "mine is a Tarl
tar." "Well," replied tfie other, "mine is
worse than that minn ic ti,n n - m
tar. icum J Lar-
c lS fedown of the butterfly's; wing;
Soft istlTe Whisner U-hnn fnvpra ennot.
Soft is the litrht wlilon thomf.nnix.owr. m
. -o..,. . ,. w. -u -vvuuis-uiuif, T... , , -www, mc w apnse;
-ouc soiter by far is my ladyc-Iove's cheek , ,?ave 0een.6ut of ground a lorn?
sally's beflt. t!I"e' la stem, tood alfin somfj
Soft am totersall smashp'rl nn
And mush are softens soft kin be
But soiter he's that silly pup,
Tot writ that varse to me!
home in thp.fr Aw T,nr!l. j i
does comer thehavA fnW ?r.
enn? 1, :. . . & lv uu "..
, afST uuuri3l"ent above, to exBand m
budsWoKfe and beauts rtLSST.F.
rn ,r7n. ,V ?. 2Z :T ff wtcu l
-wN"- ik wuw year munert m fhSt.L
a trpn tn f,r,l rS - x- . o,u!Ui
7i ii """"uitiD November,
tbafcliave come a distant d,,.M t
11 S8?ajS . w-djiS
" .r.'.iu" "" a,snMP Mfe, ie.
-v-u mv Uiirjv inn trnnri ovaIw..- .t
from .which alHhe new rootled nm f 1s
. . "- V V-
uo it, barah! never mind your bonnet! as we as in summer. " '
stream of water, until the fi?Tr,iToj 17. 1
fllij l ... . '., -- - u. iw jaaai
to go through old orchards to destrajjho x
"vv""1vj;ia iCiieVV TlPi Rnifflt-nnril KyiAJfe.-,
.uitueiuucr, mat rcotsareat wJFk-k whites
to remain, will infallibly breed pestilence, and
ba fruitful m Jeath, in spite of all tho pr. v-
ers and fastmsrs of a nniFpn h,if ;nnf:. a
: -tirL " . . """ "-u ua
is a tall fellow, with sfiffiS&Llifti,. . x
a wKitnno- R ..iaSSr"i;:"""'a''i
a whitener ancolorer,1pS1his helTd In
he whitewash and runs roundft fie room to 'do
8- A young lady of Tennessee, when
kissed, says, 'put that rirrhUwol- TOKL
colit i M1-"u Juu
rrotane swearing, says the Sew Ukbuu,
dishonors God degrades the swearer and cor-
1 ""? "i3 w.no, moral Pature. It is the diaiue
. ""iiwuuu, ana tne sbame of any peopl
among whom it prevails? Is is an evil, a vice
""4a, 1U1UUU eyerJ c'ass and condition. ItiJ
aumrarops on the lips of the infant, eats into
its very sourep 0 being, polluting and poison-
mg it. From the source of all evil it jsprnn"
and down to the comoamnnsMn nF, Lsj:SL
has an ox
has a bag wi& i
Mt James Thorn, o6hntin
mat civps mitt: freely Hi
ierets. cb oQ. oi wu?k il.?a tniit- ku.
ew re i,o js .wa.i fn.,. -,
cbut unlike the cok ind,
iR. acb nuarterof tb hrfeS n
whth Snnnlioe Ifr - I3 rT .
.-. rr" Wb, xttUBpanoent ct the
phed agam, like tbat of the cow. Oar lafor-
mm siates inat-thcanimaL 8oe eow.
, of evil it surely leads.
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Lancaster, J. The Lone Star, and Texas Ranger. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 15, 1853, newspaper, December 15, 1853; Washington, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48300/m1/1/: accessed June 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.