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Oshkosh Democrat (Newspaper) - July 22, 1853, Oshkosh, Wisconsin THE DEMOCRAT M WISCONSIN ft OO Dollars a rear when by tho rier One Dollar anil a halt No In lo Uka It longer Una It U every ono U desired It wben It U no lunger thai people need or tua uken In payment If offered of description done If Mil mid OSHKOSH DEMOCRAT Boom Enough for All Whit need for all ihU mil strife Each with each Why should wo In Uio crowd of life Keep trampling down each there no goal can bo won No other war of getting on llut grappling to obtain follow men hew then In friendly warning the world U room enough for What If peasant find No field 111 not atop behind To his neighbor la land of tunny gold for toll U giron Where brawny hand that IU can n living Ohl fellow men then Tim world U wide abide There's room enough Tor til air And tainted and dwell In ami plenty In attendance And furrow of Uio plow A Ohl haiten then froin floored den And cramped anil The world li wide In enough tur all In this faraway Will labor find A work K Anil will enjoyment What then of dolly Where WHM with hU Why need we through the crowd of lift down ouch mul crime that Will the world so wMr enough for There U NOT room If oni may own land that toil H frold be dug or grain bn aown For to and pull If to each the equal To plow and din bo To competence limy nil Through honett toll room nud more titan room And gold lliu tinn and for gold lie VOL OSHKOSH WISCONSIN FRIDAY JULY 22 1853 The World u It Eyo View Tin very In place our own country at bend of the for over sinni the Init war with linn ed her nt tho head of tho doclar ing ihu could whip thu tilling unit wasn't Jonathan's opinions urn Tut tho of tlm for tho rapid growth of thin country in wealth and has no in Iho history If our rulers ID I HI wisu and our thin nation mint ere years take lend in Iho world's affairs Tho new in getting mi- nil and in eminently popular So fur look u anil it ia to hoped inny liu no In or tin ship to fur Ima of ability nnd judgment In tho light Old young between nnd ua far us yot liu a info with onn eyo nuj tho other on of tho dangers both Wo nnd in Mir relations rarticulirly with lingland and but in no reason to apprehend at present that they may not bo amicably boar in generally and truly tho leading Europe She undoubtedly linn n valid to what a power earth More than twenty years ago u French writer nnd Bo predicted that tho United and weto to tho two Mom than thirty yearn ago Napoleon predicted that in yours would become either or Cossack In tho of conrno bo by in tho aimer would von check mill tines uf Iho would bo controlled powerful At present with her powerful armies and her diplomacy is pursuing her steady dominion Tho bravo Circassians withstood her for many years nnd ninny times repulsed tho powerful armies with great slaughter but Iho great power nnd untiring of will doubtless at last bo Having long ngo swallowed nnd anil obtained controlling in Uio of Austria nnd upon koy nnd probably inako n meal of her if tho lion did not show his teutli ond bristle hii at every de- indication of tuch a movement OLD glorious old nil bus a the battle movi s on In her majestic career tho notions rich fat and hourly quite an old in her way and yet not entirely destitute of the blood of Young America in her voins She is the world's but tho vill resign one of these to her daughter on this side of tho after wo got our Tactile railroad through become the regular house between Europe mid tha East In- bids to present a re- instance of national longevity She longer lelah am yot shows no signs of decay hw faults but her character has generally and tho World is largely her debtor Him is a of nnd Christianity In tbo straggle which to be approaching in between despotism and freedom will be found on the right side and will make her power felt gay fickle revolutionary France is a national Like led pig that would nut hold still long enough to be counted shu classification or Her ror III is nisei a In- stead of tho weak was thought to bit previous to to thu Presidency lie bus proved to bo a nmn of great nerve shrowd coal and during what aro really his ciples and purposes nobody can lull Ho says peace pence but Iho world hardly believes him It may that of these mornings bright and early bo will be found pitching into England and ing n neighborly fight to avenge tho full of his great uncle It may bo that ho will shortly bo malting u demonstration or Italy to extend tho daries of his empire If ho keeps till tho great continental struggle conies between despotism and freedom he will then bo found in the hottest of tho fight but nobody now can guess on which sido ho will be AND aro smouldering volcanoes and nnd Kussuth are in tho distance to seo their ing fires not Europe in u blaze ANH II future fatu depending less Upon themselves than upon surrounding tuitions France nnd uro their keepers their backers their guardians their arbiters POOR OLD feeble nnd broken down in her old age still retains some of Iho an- cient and spirit of her better days when sho was tho foremost nation in Eu- rope nnd filled tho world with her coin In her weakness and decay sho still protests sho will not part with the last rich gem of her ancient crown Culm tho fair queen of thu Antilles And even now it is said the good old lady in giving a of her mind to our Minister Mr Soule for coming as shu suspects with the intention to coux it or buy it or stonl it away from her is still hovering between life and death Her doctor in thu last resort fur many years been Huntu Anna Sho bus just called him in nnd bo is trying to seo what ho can do to savo her It is case anil very probably beyond his skill Her constitution is broken amputations sho under Doctors Scott nnd Taylor very much weakened her anil deranged her whole system What will bo tho Santa Anna's does not yet clearly appear It is said ho grits his teeth at these United of the North but ho will hardly bo mad enough to venture on a quarrel unless ho makes up his mind to Mil off his patient nt onco tu relievo her of hrr Hut Anna is a powerful man n re- man and ho may possibly nnd old Mexico and something of her yet At any rate if ho finds her in a sinking condition and is obliged to nin her ashore it will edly bo upon const of tho United States ho will probably mont i to bis own which is known to bo of princely r exports of uro in- creating and her imports of slaves ing- is still gling with revolutionary troubles At tlm last which down to tlm ly part of April was in tho vicinity of Ayres endeavoring to negotiate terms of pence in of which u siege of tho eity would follow is est gold mines now am her TIIK less thu aborigines aro fading away dwindling in mid will probably dio at last in Uncle Sam's arms is a great clinking among tbo dry bones of tho Celestial Empire A rebellion has been eating its way through her population for two 05 three years past and strongly betokens thu fall of tho of tho and tho establishment of a dynasty wise nud active ns an shut close in its shell just peeping out and awaiting for the United States to come and open York Lawyers and their Fees The is n new Daily in phia nnd about tho and sharpest paper issued in that quiet city The editor appears to been absurdly accused of harboring a against Lawyers which imputation ho rebels with as Wo not only respect Lawyers but have n lively admiration fur them Whoever heard of ono of them taking a feo in an un- just or doing a hard-hearted thing? or saying what bo did nut or en- or misrepresenting evidence lo tho Do rightly says they aro tho aristocracy that the best of thu United Stales Our own admiration of them is founded on a largo experience of virtues Let ui call up for u moment from our ant memories of the post thu images of n few lawyers of our own acquaintance There is our friend at Columbus Miss who never varies from his scalo of charges oven fur friends Wo tent him onco fur collection our of against ber He collected it tho same day and UE by mail his own fur with a polito dun for tho unpaid ballanco of Wo remitted thanking him for his promptness Then is thu eminent counsellor nt Laku Providence who charged us un a of exchange for been paid on presentation Wo and ha consoled us for not having collected through n by the assurance that if did not for- bid ho would certainly reduce his original charge which ha admitted rather too heavy A still better man was a to whom we entrusted a disputed land claim on an arrangement called very common iu that part of tha country A facetious dog was Smith About teen elapsed without our hearing from Ho then ur in answer of our twentieth that bo had dono ro- with tho having mised it for half tho valuo of that ho had thu half for his feo and that we Weru really not indebted to him for anything besides tho costs of u suit ho had nnd discontinued Wu could have fairly hugged tho follow fur his gay and careless humor nut us half the wo had with a lawyer out at City who had collected for us iv claim of several hundred Punctual im a correspondent hu advised us by thu first mail adding that tho mails wero very irregular by tlm overflowing of tho river and did lint think it safe to remit Wo wailed un- til summer time until ono could almost thu Upper Missouri Thu river was so low then hu snid that hu found it ex- tremely inconvenient to gut bis paper up lo tho bank bu usually gut it cashed Two seasons passed by and innumerable were interchanged in regard to re- drafts and inundations At last bo- ing in need of funds wo wrote that wu must hiMst upon having tho money of the tho water Ho was an honest creature at heart and sent for- getting lo add tha two years interest hut deducting per cent for his fees Lawyers will bun little lazy but can wo a man fur physical ness or Tbu laziest ono wu ever knew lived at Illinois Hi had promised for a year or two to re- mit lo Louisville some money ho had col- for us demands persuasion argument and had liu upon him liu would write nu more At last we sent him in full Ihu anecdote of thu man who no lazy that hi nto tipples off ihu tree not being getic enough to raise bis hand tu pluck thorn This the right spot and ho roused himself so as to send tho money Tho may cost him his lifu for wo novel heard of him since In no profession is thero moro chivalrous sonso than in that of the law Wo havo a lively of having been long kept in constant bodily fear by a yer uf Hu had maintained h most obstinate for more thun u year lifter receiving of ns tho full amount uf u claim To a letter in which we an immediate and satisfactory adjustment of llm matter ho answered that mir former letters were too Yankee like but ho was ready to us satisfaction nt once ended by ing us to uur friend and as ho would come on and fight us un our own ground Wo wrote him by return to put n Pickwickian construction on thu letter After applying to somu for- ty lawyers to collect thu claim from our belligerent of them refusing thu business on tbu professional we sin needed ill retaining or a ise of twenty pel- cent As the warlike one's was twelve sixty-eight per cent was all that over in our sion Tbo Now York lawyers aro nud dashing practitioners M arm ion never charged muro spiritedly It only the other day ono of them sent us u of for Slicing to a deposition of a few lines to provo u style of n firm adding that be would retain tho deposition until tho was paid Wu hope ho will find it good property wo paid for another lint we havu said enough Our readers may think uf our us Mr dues of criticism un the that it ia time thing stopped Wu shown why and how wo admire lawyers Would any ono of them dissent from our we will feo to dis- with him Why Does not the accepted theory uf n lawyer a moral gladiator with to let on bin Does any ono foul when listening to sio that is u nmn behind A Chilling Interview In Professor wo find tbo following illustrative of thu ascendency of Lord Chatham over the Karl of The Karl was a valetudinarian and hu was so fearful of taking cold especially that ho ordered tho windows of tho Houso of Lords to bo shut in tho hottest weather while tho rest of tho peers wero suffering for tho want of breath On ono occasion be called on Pitt who was con- fined to his bed by tho gout Newcastle on being led into tho found tho room to his dismay without fire on n cold wintry afternoon Ho begged to have one kindled but Pitt refused it might bo injurious to his gout drew his cloak around him and submitted with a passable grace Thu conference n long ono and tho discussion continued until tho Earl was absolutely shivering with cold when ot last seeing another bed in tho opposite comer bo slipped in nnd covered himself with the A secretory coming in soon after found tho two Ministers in curious predicament with their only visible tho with great earnestness from olio bedside to other Tbo Washington County Pott sayi n chap in a certain with whom ho is d having hud sanded sugar sold him inserted in tho weekly tho purchased of n Grocer in this village a quantity of Sugar from which I obtained ONE POUND OF BAND If tho rascal who cheated mo will solid to my ad- dress Ibs of good Sugar scripture measure of restitution I will be satisfied if not I shall expose him On the following day nine men pound packages of tugar worn left at his residence from as many different dealers each posing himself tin person intended Individualist I At a social meeting thu members of tho Press and others nt Tails of on Saturday lint sumo remarks weru by Mr of tho American Company which nro extremely in- us of American enter but more especially of thu Individualism which not only mark tho character of our countrymen but which without figure uf speech may ho said to a new in llm history uf thu world Mr staled that in tho year IBID bin began their business and all they curried could bo put in ono carpet bug With Co they now ded the of Forwarding Thu ground daily traveled over by their thirteen thousand miles ly this in great illustration of private en- Thu dividing lino between these immeasurably than Ilium of York nnd Lancaster though mmg by tho Ohio and llm Lukes Wo mention this fact 113 it gives us an opportunity for remarking upon what is certainly tho main characteristic of our countrymen and murks u now era in man quality of Individualism If either tho houso of Livingston Wells Co or Adams it Co iu certain Eu- ropean for example it would bo a Government or patronized by omnium and tho vast services it performs would the interests of family and bu connected with sumo sounding titlo to swell its in thu eyes of llm vulgar If wu ono of American firms and sum up thu labor supervision and responsibility which they daily undergo to travel over thirteen sand miles and deliver to tho minute property to tlm value of millions of dollars it will bo evident that their operations nro as largo and imposing as of a ment bureau with this er hu it bantu in mind that tho partners nru plain do not figure ju the stupid called histories which uru for thu most part bald driveling stories of with thu work of tlm ple left aro not culled tho Lords of tho Treasury Director of the India House nor to conio nearer home havu thuy impertinence of prefixed lo their as every politician who squirms bis way into u Government uf whatever kind Let IM extend tho parallel from u quasi in private hands to thu Daily Press Tho editors of thin country no titles They do not figure iu history except it bo that of their own llut let un luuk at u daily journal and the ideas in it Government oven with thoMi in Stato papers When wu consider the editorials upon for- eign and domestic facts and theories which invariably taku in of over tho debutes in Congress or thu messages of Presidents the money ar- ticles every duy which give us much in- formation as any Treasury Heport tho Foreign Correspondence which renders tin of an American resident ister u sinecure as it habitually his Stato and leaves bis services to consist mainly in procuring tickets to halls and dinners fur his traveling countrymen the criticism un all tho new publications which does onco n week that which tho Quarterly dues onco iu three tho notices uf all new productions of art of statues when wo havo them of pictures of and concerts the of new ideas which county heroes nud parish politicians uro unequal to ther through want of apprehension or al diurnal reports of lectures millions discoveries find ill tho Individualism uf tho Press a great though legislative function which is beginning to override tho forms nnd of governmental tion and with a hand out a new future for personal ambition and eral weal In tho history of tho past nothing is so prominent and dreary as tho utter of the masses They do iu tbo cant of Iho historian nothing They are intellectually ignored Thuy aro not even mentioned us It is kings who build cities and make tho architect or the mason nor tho jurist or publicist times is tho Calf which is pointed tu with by Frenchmen but simply is an evidence of imperial prowess and national weak- ness It is with exultation that we turn lo tho great fact which lies before us that tho debris of government iu this country is more and triturated by Iho individualism of democracy Our cities aro built by nobody in particular our uro created without tho swell and bluster of a single predominant our laws uro codified without a to national littleness our people nru crystalizing in every form of generous and brilliant novelty Tho week at Now York in this view is mi encouraging product of tbo times Without a bayonet or a bull to together companies they como from tho remotest comers of tho vastest of self-constituted they inquire discuss they which their bout wisdom and industry bavo ripened throughout tho entire year they determine fresh arrangements for action nnd they present in detail llm great formulas of spontaneous tion in opposition to tho hideous falsehood of centralization which is thus far tho highest effort uf Europe This ty this agglomeration of individuality is to be Iho dividing lino between tho future nnd past It is to signalize effort from n new point of view It is to reconstruct tho philosophy and incident of history It is to fructify evory even tho least tual particle which may require universal light for iu Y Bus small bottle filled with doctor's staff Malno Liquor Law in Vermont A correspondent New York une writing from Vermont of llm working uf Law in that place gets off tlm If proof was needed to how our law has its work in Ibis village it can bo obtained by pending u few hours in of our agent who in to sell fur med- ical purposes Ho is a man and as the sailors has weather ryu open It luw a mutter to de- him fur hits studied well thu ropes in the ship hu is to sail this law h is linen judiciously and yet vigorously 11 hundred of sickness occur there not rently onu before And it is amusing to listen to thu and witness thu of hundreds whn after liquor but who go away thirsty stomachs and empty An u general rule when strangers call tbo requires n from a physician Mr I wish you would put a pint of your bust brandy in this said n man placing tho on the counter and numb camphor yum be- side it I want it to mix with this Thu doctor thinks it will bu good for mu us somewhat out of health this spring replied tin while nil arch smilo was playing about the corners of his mouth Thu liquor drawn and put into the bottle Thu is a man and thought ho would save the young gentleman thu of mixing Iho with it by doing it himself Hu very politely and kindly pulverized Iho gum and put it into thu bottle while tho young gentleman silently looked on with u fuco very much elongated continued thu limit This is forth proof brandy nnd will soon cut tho Tho young man half dollar for thu brandy put the in his pocket and walked nut cursing iu his heart tho kindness of the Thu thing was up so mid so kindly that tlm thirsty young man could not say n Word but his fuco looki d things Women with tho roots and herbs ill their bottles all ready to bu soaked in liquor but a physician's certificate has ti moru potent charm with tbu than bottles filled with herbs Sometimes they bring children with sore brads and point tu thorn us inducements to obtain thu liquor but thu thinks cold Wa- ter is tho best for such ailments Will yu bo so kind nl to let mo havu n pint of new rum God Men said un elderly woman my poor hasn't had n drop for three weeks Let him go without just weeks lunger and hu will not want it lit replied tho agent I cant let you havu tiny A rough-looking in nnd wanted u quart uf alcohol Tho promptly drow it but said when hu look the pay and banded llm to the man you must bo careful how usu this ar- ticle for it is mighty strong I it is liko new replied thu man Very far from answered tho agent smiling It cuts liku a and takes skin wherever it goes Then I will thunk you tu exchange it for said the man Thu agent declined but took back the liquor and paid him tho money and tho mnn went away with nn empty jug and a flea in bis ear Another caino jumping iu and wanted two quarts of new rum tu his swollen which hu tu and show but thu agent bad no particular wish to seo a swollen Tho man said it cost him two York u week to bathe that foot and didn't know bow ho could get along without bathing it in now rum A physician happened to bu present who resides hero now but who has practiced iminy years in your city The physician told him that nil tho good quality in thu rum was thu water in it mid advised him to go home wet in water put them on bis font nnd keep them until they dry nnd then exchange them fur wet ones also to keep his foot still a day or two and hu would warrant the man that Iho swelling would go down Tlm man was very tant such u simple remedy would do any good but hu thirsty and rith no musical jingling of liquor in his jug The above cases occurred in a short time and hundreds might be lly adopting such a course tho agent is not troubled with so many calls as ho otherwise would be Apparently there is not a tithe of thu sickness in town was a few days agu If for liquor bo a proof of sickness then tiro of nnd vicinity nru very much more healthy than they worn two weeks What Two Actes can do Thu twenty-sixth meeting of the near Philadelphia Farmers Club was held at thu homo of H on the of November He is Iho editor of tho u warm ami friend of horticulture He and originator of the Club Though his plot nf ground comprises less than two acres mid u half yet bu manages to produce upon it in n little of who are sighing fur more laud wi 11 do well to read his statement carefully mid inquire it would nut be wiser to cultivate present acres better limn lo add lo their number Tho reporter nt the ing states that during lliu venr WITH cut two tons and prime hay there patches of rutn beets pen anil a dozen of other kinds of beans falsify corn mid Ad- and tomatoes in abundance celery of did together with every other kind of vegetable lo bu found in the lugne His fruits consist of im Inns six kinds of cherries live kinds uf plums peaches twenty-eight varieties nf r elect varieties of red white and black currants goom berries ics and four varieties of ries grapes ttc In garden and yard there was n collection of flowers among them many select lines nnd vines The ornamental trees consist of five ties uf thu fir llm thu Deodar cedar yew nnd the American vitie lliu European linden thu sugar and silvur thu and mountain ndi In addition tu was u number uf beautiful Polish nnd peafowls in thu a f in tho garden and u large number uf fancy nt the In all this thero is an excellent tattu d Wu noticed that thu mid lighted with gns warmed with n heater and supplied with water from public works hot and cold have for years been by n reservoir on an elevated buck building holding fif teen gallons which has idso soft ruin water for various parts uf tho building In tho garden is n small excavated in lliu ground to depth of or four feet framed up ut thu sides ruined n of feet Iho ground and covered with glass In this enclosure ur pit Iho usual shelves nru ar- ranged to receive tbo putt and wu are sured by Major Freas that it is the best possible provision fur flowers and almost every description of plants in winter Hoses particularly flourish in much er perfection During the of tbo last severe winter but n unglo delicate at all injured by the frost Tills green houso requires no artificial heat In the hut beds we found encumbers and cauliflowers up and spring full grown We may truly in regard to tho Telegraph that it is u farm in miniature but in comfort and taite without any large pretentious to moru costly elegance it is a pattern and would in the full growing season compensation for a visit from any of our ponderous In n word it is in tho strictest sennu of tho w ord u Onn la or or twice 00 Dim ubo M Ono one half Olio one One column rear BOO One fourth of column 00 Ono column one month 300 Ono half column onn year 0000 One column one Oun rolumn ono rw with tlm of oiw by thu year one Lrfal at the mid since habit is second will desist from hiking my occasional glass Header to this little incident ring in city may bo added reds of thousands dully occurring iu our broad spread country Mulhem heart bowed down lo tlm dust with wives subjected to nil manner of anil lather in Iho county sun bom only to lead n brief lifu of and sink into n mature The is is it out it or look to lie hold your own kin your own hap by tin gulf of certain and Then is no trul bis own and Wo havu it in brightest mint of our bind bavo victims seu it daily to our light as lliu vault of heaven Let us not leo it ill tho Wo Imvc thu of Ilie let it Let us already gone avert that rise will surely full fin to come ugo A marked fur tho better has taken place Thu web of our lifu is of mingled yarn good nnd ill together our would be if our ped not and our would de- spair if they weru not cherished by our tues It Story with a Moral One of our exchanges tells tho story of n Roman Catholic Priest remarkable fur his humility He was the son of a poor erman Ilia piety and learning recom- him for promotion and he never concealed the humbleness of his origin fur though hu roso rapidly from dignity lit dignity ho always spread a net upon his dinner at u remembrance of his extraction Tho reigning Popo died and Cardinals determined to choose this modest print as his successor After his election ho invited and bit friends to a magnificent dinner when lo the astonishment of tho assembled tho time honored net was rein Ono of tho boldest of tho company asked why tho familiar object lo thu Supreme Pontin laconically The fish ii caught Want cf a MAino Law A young man iu a ittata of intoxication stepped into a confectionery shop on Water St a few evenings sinco and culled for a glass of beer Noticing his condition tho proprietor refused to sell him any ing that hu had already moru thun was proper for him answered Iho young man been trying to keep tuber all day nnd I Well I can't sell you nny beer mul you need nut ask for it again Only ono glass comu your ey one I'm ii dry Well there's u glass nf cold drink Stumbling up lo the counter tint poor in- drank n glasses of nnd then turning around said you lire first man that has refused mo liquor wish tn heaven they all had Hu put his hand into his vest pocket and look tremblingly out n small miniature opened gazed upon it for sumo n of un id- derly upon whoso faco wero strongly marked lines of caro and most ns marble the anil eye seemed lo search his soul and speak with snd nud reproof to her erring Oh my mother ho much trouble sorrow and I have caused thee His emotion very great last tears came lo his wept like a child whilo on tho ea of thoso around were depicted sympathy nnd At length ho said I'm weak Ho compressed is quivering lips closed tho miniature put it in his pocket nud turned loitered out and said you won't mo a of beer a glass lo nil Ho pained wat the answer Ho gone Hail I many such the proprietor to those around him I would take my pump nnd pitch it in- to tho middle of the treat I with tha Liquor Law would bo submitted to yet I who derive a largo profit from the tain uf my beer Would roto Tor it and that too freely willingly happily I remarked a bystander tn got biM of beer but this fellow has so ened my til to that more bitter than gall would bn should I drink henceforth emco habit grows upon in It is the opinion of somu that it thrown away in advertising nnd thero am be no doubt that u largo amount is ed every year in this way for which nu return is received Itut it is only onu kind nnd stylo of Mint don't pay Judicious advertising well Thero it u man in Philadelphia wlm bus expended reds of Printer Ink and is prepared to thousands more mill what is better than nil be it not ashamed to own that his system of liberal sing is Iho result of his success Thu prr publishes Ilia following report of neat speech be to thu members uf Press on the of tho opening of n new store Head it ye who don't is gained by advertising Col Maurice who has recently opened splendid store in Chestnut street below Fourth ascribes his in to judicious and liberal advertising In u recent speech which ho Iu the on the occasion of opening hit new store bo I every year fifty per cent iif my net to ihu uso of Primers Ink Many of my old fugy friends ntli lo leaion with me nil what they tho folly of throwing away much money nn silly gentlemen onto of my wero a little funny and rather out nl the old 1 found er that limy not only read but ro- membered This wot just the riled which I to produce I to their nud then told them that in fivo years if God my lifu and health I would outstrip ill tlu race unless cut from their old fogy nnd Hip Van Winklo notions and keep with tho spirit of Uio my grew up a little child each wuek being better than the lust until now I can of having what is considered by many of my friends us ihu Model Honk nnd Stationery Establishment iif Philadelphia It is my intention Iu krep a largo of the bust quality of Roods and ihu mighty power of the Press which I second only lo tence itself let Iho whole world and Iho rest of know they ran procured and by telling nl tbu lowest market prices to keep my little before the wind with all her colors flying Hit a great for mo mtn the to know mid 1 havo no doubt but it will bu equally gratifying for you tu Irani in thousands of lain which I havo appropriated tu I have hud occasion lo dispute n from any of your ccs nor havu I ever suffered n tn re- main unpaid after it win due I in conclusion ihu following What oil is to ry anil oxygen to tho existence nl life judicious but it tu success in Laughable During llm past winter n gyman in Vermont being that the accumulated weight of on the l oof of ham might do tomo damage resolved to prevent it by bly shovelling it oil Ho therefore rd it hiving first fur mow might all ulf nt once nnd with he to bis onu end nf a rope nud giving tlm other to hit wife hu lo but still for hit nitid he lie tho rono round your no sooner hud she done thit than ofT went tint snow poor minister and ull and up went his wife uno side of tho barn and confounded gyman hung but on tho oilier hung bit wife high nud in majesty dangling at tho other end of the rope At that moment however n gentleman luckily ponied by mid delivered from their perilous situation Father A letter from Ireland received nt burgh informs us that tho great nf temperance Father is in bad health and bus been his return from America Tho excitement of travel anil scenery in Ibis climate teems to havn him up during Iris short but glorious minion only to him llm more when removed it lilt race U ly run but millions will blest hit twine at fervently at they will bitterly the hour that matched him from hit and mission of CiT The jail nt Vt ii empty uro uid lilt doors may be thrown open fur there it nobody to escape Verdict of tbo it GAS Put bat just been organized in Now York for manufacture of gat from nino wood It 11 tald it can ha for one third cost of coal gai
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