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   Fort Wayne Times, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1854, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE FORT WAYNE TIMES, BY THOMPSON N. HOOD JOHN W. DAWSON.] VOLUME 14. FEARLESSLY TO ADVOCATE AND DEFEND TRUTH AND REPREHEND ERROR. [AT PER YEAR. FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, MARCH 29, 1854. FORT NAME TIMES Ode to Shelter. BIT BAYAttD TAVLOtt, "Wby art dead? Upon the hills once more mists oFwanjine autumn lies The.slow-pulsed billows along tlie sbote, And phantom isles are floating in the skies. They wait for thee a spirit in the sand .'-.Hushes; expectant for thy lingering tread Inward, the silent land Lies with.its.mournful art thou dead, demands that thou shnlt cnll her fair? child of song, spirit eyet dwelt with mine, Feeiing, twin doomed, the burning hate of wrong, And beanty's worship, deathless and divine! Thou irt thou riot soon return, To tell me that which thoil hast never told? To grasp my throbbing hand, and by the shore, -Or'dewy mountain fern, -Pour out thy heart as to a friend of old, Tearful w'ith iwilight sorrow? Nevermore. Why art thou dead? My years are full of The pain subiime of thought thnt has DO word; And truth and beanty sing within my brain Diviner songs than men have ever heard. thou-but here, thine eye might read the strife, 11 The solemn burthen of immortal And hear the music that can find no lyre For thou hast known a life, Lonely, amid the poet's mountain Whose cloudy snows concealed eternal ftrel I could have lold thee all the sylvan joy Of trackless woods; the meadows, far apart, Within whose fragrant grass, a lonely boy, thought of Gou the trumpet at my heart, When onbleak mountains roar d the midnight storm :n hrrinH ntiH prnnil? From the Literary Messenger. Catliulicisiu. PIIIKKD Ros8 If you will grant ins tho privi- lege of your columns 1 would be pleased to ex- amine, in a .series of Ictturs, some of the absur- dities of tlio Romish cli-'rch, which they place before mankind for thoir acceptance. This church Ims been silently but stoadi'y Working itself into power in this country for ma- ny years, and tint flood of emigration from the old to the new world, is constantly augmenting iier strength and power. I would what is. and ovor has been the policy of the Roman PoniiU'n? is it not the union >f church and state? what does this continual low to our shores .purlond? does not every arrival most assui wo aro warming info life in our GUI grant that mav nover feel its sting. Vioo. Terra Haute, Fob, 28, 1804. The Voice of the Slop Shirt. H was a little bundle neatly packed and iyin" on the counter. Tho shop was old and woatho stained, but the man that kept it, ha was old am sin-stained. The liollow in his fate looked ou as if mercy had there laid hor length and died and if there over was kindness in his eye, i was before ho let his solo on a lease to avarice. Wo said there was a1 little bundle neatly packed lying tlierp, but there was somethinjr bo- ny, bluish, knotty veined, famished looking hand woman's hand. It Boomtd as if y arrival strengthen tho Pope's power 1 had never a generous tending to thi uredly it'does. If this bo acknowledged j or if it had, hunger kept it back. ose poor veins what conclusion must bo occasioned by this flow Under a ragged green veil, a fuco peered our if papacy into the land where the majority rules? that was pinched and homoly nono of vour beauty in hers; iho bitterness nt hor heart had wronolied all eomlinoss away, and she stood thero suffering a miserable slop shop slave. Before the woman had spoken, a stranger en tored. At tho sound of hor voice ho staid his steps, for tho concentration of years of agony, meted out hour by hour, moment by moment, tick by tick of the clock, soemod infused in that hoi- low, sepulchral voice. And you won't pay me? And t was'bathed in lightning, broad and grand; Oh, more-thin Till, with more than sacred breath And'forehead flushing warm, -I would have led thee through the summer land Of my young love, and passed my dreams of death. In tlee, immortal brother had I found That voice of earth for.which my spirit pines A grand defiance rounu the moveless shores, And vocal grown the mountain's silent head Canst thou not still awaken Beneath the funeral cypress? Earth implores Thy presence for 1 cr why art thou dead? I do biit for.it is better thus Were nnce thy starry heart repealed to mine In the twin life that would encircle us, My soul would melt, my voice be lost in thine B-ttcr to mask the agony of thought Which thro' weak human lips wo'd make its way lone endurance such us men must learn The poet's soul is fraught. With mightiest speech when loneliest the day And fires are brightest that in midnight burn. From thr York Journal of Commerce. The A preacher traveling through our Southern States, was rowed nrross n ferry by a pious negro. who had labored hard through manhood and middle age to purchase frcedomfor himsciruniJ.wifr. nnd he mourned that old age, and loss of strength compel him to leave all of his children m slavery. He laid his hand on his breast and said, Master has all my strength, and I have these old bones tiis head was white nnd his eyes were dim, And his face was marked by woe; The vigor of youth had passed from him, And labor had bent him low. He gave the oars his remnant of strength, As the shallop left the- shore, And he told his isle of grief at length, Ere the stream was ferried o'er. He looked on one, with his eyes dim ray, That he ne'er shall see again, Till the brenk of an endless day, Far beyond a lylnnt's reign. hcsaid, "you're n childofCod, His senl is upon your fncc; Poor negro has felt his nlinst'uing rod, And gloried, too, in his grace. The that rose upon Master's morn, Kejoiccd o'er n frrc born babe; But the light thnt broke when t was born. Looked down on a lettered slave. I. grew apace to my bitter lot, Too my hcavy_dinhl; And olUn cried, D! why will not Earth take back her chilu again? I thought, perhaps, if 1 bent to toil, That Heaven might let me see A day in which 1 could tread the soil, And breathe the air of the free. I toil'd at morn, and I toil'd nt eve, And 1 toil'd in the mid dny suit I rested not. when they gave me leave, And said that my work was dune. I paid for myself, 1 have paid for my wife, ttut our sauds arc nearly run, And the freedom I've bought at the rnd of life, Would have come with my setting sun. A NUN'. BY WlSTIIROl' S1ACWORTII rAAKn. She was a very pretty nun; Sad, delicate, and five feet one; Her face was oval, and her eye Looked like the heaven in Italy, Serenely blue, and soflly bright, Made up of lanpuish and of light! And her neck, except where the locks of brown Like sweet summer mist, fell drooping down, Was us chill and as u-hilo as snow, ere earth, Has smiled the hue of its heavenly birth; And through blue veins you might see .........Je: Like noiseless eddies, that far below In the glistening depths of a calm lake flow: Her cold hands on her bosom lay: And her ivory crucifix, cold as they, Was clasped in n fearful and fond caress, As if she shrunk from its holiness, And felt that hers was the only guilt For which no healing blood was si-ill: And was bursting all the while; Yet now and then a vacant smile Over her lips would come and go A very mockery of woe A brief, smile n piteous token Of a worm love crushed, and a young broken! 5oea it not point to ecclesiastical utt the higheo rower, or to iho union of the church and elate? Thu almost unlimited power of tho priests is charge cannot bo dinicd, for lie is a holdc b rough his father thu PUDO, of heaven's "herefote'.beiieving1 this they submjt to him, an vill do his bidding his voice is law his choic usl bo theirs. .Tho ballot box can be control od by the will of a few'men, instances can b ited where a bishop has ordered hit charge tc upporthis choice at the ballot box. The present Popo has (with unparalleled oranco and impudence) requested our Cine lagistrato lo exert his power and authority in rotecting Catholics hero he must bo vory tg norant of our form of government which protects all sectf alike, anrf is no respecter of persons.' in my loiters I dhall endeavor to sustain by an application of tho different subjects of which J may write tho following assertions. 1st. That the Romish church is not tho church founded by Christ, over which tho Apostles w-ero appointee as loayherp, consequently she has no right lo tho liile Mother which ehe claims. 2d. That her doctrines a? a system, nro absurd and ridiculous. 3d- That ignorance is hor strength and that hor aim 13 to keep tho mind darkened that she may retain hor power. And 4Uilv, that her doctrines are calculated to sap tho founda- tion of unite church ond stale, and tako frnni us tho liberty of speech and action as our consciences dictate. I am induced tn this examination fur several reasons, the firnl Is thcdcsiro to spread truth and expose error. Secondly, a sincere love fur our fyrrn of pcTcrnrncnl which ia nniagonislica! to popu-h policy, nnd hmly, ihe knowledge that a great niajorily.of our countrymen are unacquaint- ed with, ur look with iudiflcronco upon Romish progression, unconscious of tho busts on whioli it and tho poliey tlmt directs all such 1 direct my remarks panicularly. Per- mit me now to cnll your uUenliun lo that moot absurd of all ab-urdiiien, iho granting uf indul- gences. Tho present Popo Pius JX hns offered a. plena Not a rung out sharply, like tho twang ofa rusiy wire; t'other ehirt ivas spoiled for custom, you oughter make hall'a dozen moro for nothin'." "But my baby was dying while I was finish- ing tnat, and the tears blinded mo till 1 out the button holes too big. I buried my poor thank God for takinc it from that's what I want tho for." "Can't help whine at mo: think lean bury all the poor babies in Tho woman threw down her veil nod turned o cho reached the exclaimed n a shrill You aro warm here, and your Jhildrun are warm at home; mine ore starving, reezing, and and with an unearthly shriuk she burst from the shop, ond plunged to battle with the fieroo wind. The stranger who had witnessed all this, 'ought thfi with it he bought also the nemory of that wretched scene. Day and nignt t had a voiuo for his ear, and a vision for his 70. Ho saw ghastly ond sinful creatures moving bout tho wet pavement, but ho dnrod judge :cm fcat man's judgment, fur thought o; mt hallow voice, My baby was dying and iho ears blinded IIuw know ho but cruo' had drivgii thorn to crimo! Tho slop shlrU Little do wo hoed its voice. t comes to us shining and snowy. No record bears of iho Hint eluinod its whiteness, icy aro all washed away. H reminds 113 nol int the heart-broken sighs of tbo needy havo ocn dropped thickly amid its folds. Crowding bout it aeo no wan of children. Clime Tlie Press In the course of our weekly duties as an edi- tor wo have to look at the large number of ex- changes from all ports of the country, and the thought often occurs to ua that we have much cause Tor gratitude in the fact that, with few ex- ceptions, these of the Union is extending a fa- vorablu influence in behali'al good morals, hu- manity and religion. There arcgrossexception, we admit, some of the worst of which are print- ed in Gorman, and advocating the most hideous infidelity, licentiousness, and reckless contempt of religion and its institutions and observan- 08. But with nineteen twentieths of the American >ross there is a spontaneous andhoarty devotion to tho right, the good, the human, the religious views and sentiments which adorn and oxalt so- is a regard for the interest of odu- eation; iho claims of religion, the saneity of home aflections, thera is a glowing sympathy with tho suffering and sorrowing) and a readiness against rower ond tyrany, which 'is not only highly gratifying to every'right-minded men, but is fiil'l of promise to all who wieft well to there country and iho world. i Tho fact referred to, is'the mure important, lecauso in this country' the press is the great fovernmcnt power, the "tmperivitt in fie power which presides over the' opinions and selings of Ihe nation. To have this mighty in- uonce steadily engaged- in the, ol ruth and virtue, diffusing through' the minds ol niilions of readers, young and of fteem and respect for truth, ordorj good morals: or and human brotherhood, all tnis is worth we say, of grateful With what just alarm should1 wo contemplate the influence of those thousands of presfoc, if thoy hod taken a contrary course r.nd combined thoir power to inculcate irrovbnce for authority, contempt for order virtue, anrl inhumanity, hater of the Bible the Sabbath, and tho Church, if, in a word, tho press had scoffed at, instead of hon- oring and cherishing the causa of religion, patri- otism, domestic lovo and virtue, and kindred in- terests, who would not tremblo; for this country and consider its doom as already sealed A virtuous, patriotic press is the richest of blessings lo a nation, and its influoncein sustain- ing and most vnHmliln in- terests is incalcuable. Every dny thU influence Useful Knowledge. Among tho common things to tho teaching of ivhich public attention is now so strongly direct- ed, it is to hu hoped that tho art of ono of the commonest, and yet, apparently, ono ol Ibo most difficult and neglected of not be forgoilon. The instruction of the fcmalo peasantry in this useful art would bo as advan- tageous to themselves whon settled on thoir own hearths as to them of classes, in which before marriage they officiate as domestic eor- vants. Emigration and ubunduneo of employ- ment have given lo tho servants at homo Ihe upporhond at completetely as if thoy wore in Australia. On all sidos we hear complaints of tho difficulty of finding, and of retaining when found, a cook who can roast a leg of mullon, and make batter pudding or pea-soup. In point of lael, wo havo heard of ladies who havo it in se- rious contemplation to dispense with servants al- Without wishing mailers carried quito no far, wi From the Michigan Fanner. Gel Kcntly for Spring Work. March is al liand. nnd it behooves tho person who has not already mudo hia prepara- tions tor spring work to be gulling every lliing in readiness lor the plowing and planting season. If ihe fence t  i time lo attend lo fences, when every hand want-id for other work. How is tbo manure heap? In iiall in goo sliapp, su that no unnecessary timo will be lot- in goiling it upon tliy field when U is [fit is lying oil over a yard ofu qnnrter of an a ore or an acre in size, at loose ends, let ii b gathered in compact benpn as ?oon as the wcatli will allow it to be done: for it is vory eacy t OPS one ur two dnyu work of men nnd totim >m the more inability to load np quick, whici NUMBER 301 Telegraph from New FuundlaDd to Ire- Inml An officnl dnoumont nddreiwd to thf) S convinced that many of our fair friends would scattered manure will most nurely canso, dt i loso nothing-, either in point of, respectability or I time when every hour counts equal to two at an lappmoss, while they could add at least one-third other time. o the effective income of their husbands, if they Aro the plows, borrows, whipplc-treep, ant were to spend a Hula more time in their kitchens wngnns in perfect order, and in a conditio superintending tho preparation oftho family din- that they mny be relied upon? lliw n set of spar ner. instead ol'contenling themselves in ordering plow poinls been Itiid up so in ease, of acci indeed, they condescend to do oven that. denl, nn delay rnny take place in tho wprinp plow ry indulgence to such of the faithful as will pro- J oloso has it laid with iho sliroud over iho mo- nuuncn u certain prayer fur the conversion of tho thorn fndod It has tho last coal hcriiiuH in thiw cuunlry. Before examining tho d'u OUL in tho night gloom. About frozen finjr- past uf I wish lo conaidcr i crs 'lils it boon wrapped, in Icpa where luxury for a mnmom thu i-ffcci such license upon tho nestled, hns i; Uid- It IIUH felt the hands welfare uf untniniiniiy. A plfnm-y itidulconeu I soft and whim nnd covered with juwuln; il is an entire remission of penalties due to j bus crowded back thu icora in eyes otico blue, What 'lien, is ihu privik-yo given by the Pope? bright nnd now gold and dim! Ue has Miid, in efi'uet, my child, here !H a nhnrt AM! listen well lu iliu vuico of iho ulopuhirt. prnyer I wish you to repent, if you cannot Sny a word at all nnd everywhere for the her tt miu that yntir limited mimis can sisterhood Hvo by stitching. No mat- rcmcruller, repeat it, my children, und 1 furgivii j whether they wore bred in u palace, or nov- ull ihu sin." iliuivuwr heinous) you may commii cr rtnw boitor than the of the hovol, ;hoy fur iiiio lumdn.'d days, whttfuiy thoy bo againf-l oro God's children, held undor ihe liisli of nmn'o llio Well being of society or against tho laws bondage. Bo pitiful, then, whonover you hear which pruicnd lo govern you. Any intelligent mind tan nee effect such privilege would hnve, when granted lu t'luMi who have implicit fuith in thtt Poue's power. Such indulgence Jrt eulculuitid to fid ul defiance till hi we, liiiiniin ii ml diiine, and if in direct antago- nism lo cvury prineiplo in republican form. Indclgvnoef were firfi bv Urbun II, 11 i.'ie eleventh eunlury to thohp who ivunt pur- i-xinally in ro conquer thy holy land aflorwnrd to ihimo Who hired n HilMitutu for tint purpose, and finally to nil '.vbn money to tulvuc-tiic Iho voice uf iho slop ttoaton Ol. llruttch. Jtc j xoollcttt OfnL'C Knits. Tlio populnriiy of wuniun's labor in printing: cilices has oxcilud tho of the Now Urlenna Picoyunu, that paper having jitnued a notilientlon thut If iho young ladius who vish to bo inMriic- in iho art nnd myiilury of llio priming In if. I'D. they can ubt-orvo llio fiilluwing rules ay apply nt lliu Pieuyune uflice, goes forth, breathing tirrn il-.e mind and heart oftho people, creating or deepening senti- ments which uphold and guarantee all that is good and great and glourions in our national ex- istence. What might not Roma havo boon, if a sound, truo hearted press lud served out whotosomo mental and moral aliment to her own one hundred and twenty millions of pop- ulation. What might not Italy, and Simin and Germany havo been, if a vituous presn hadjfortho last two or throo centuries been diffusing an in- fluence liko that nf ours 7 Let us give thanks and take courago in view of iho general e-hnraclcrof Iho American press, and let every patriot and Christian yield it a gon- orous support and all duo i'orA- Organ. the spring nnd calculated ihe cnsiofii? Is nwaro limi unluHit tut hns everything iti ordor to tukv nfiho tfio season wii, lake of him? And thai if he docs not put a A cuff nf'timo in thu spring, it will kecji uliA- ___ him np fur llio whole yr-nr. On thu work plexion. Were it not so, wo wuitld rather livo dor.o in the njirjnu the whole profit and "f the farmer. If Jin has not titket) ad- vnntngptif giifiMi him by the winter. ho (iud timi everything will out of ordur, and llmi hu will bu when IIIN muru act- ive aud neigh tin ure homing; and tlml his hoeing will inlurforo with bts harvifsiing nnd iliai nciihcr will bo done ui ihe right time nor without extra expense. The Clay Monument Wo hear it tnid ihut ti pmin-Htrion will n bly bo tiubmittud lo tho prcst-nt A Table Exhibiting tho Dominical Loiter for ovory year in tho 19th Contnry. A. U J j lij 3 4 I 5 I u I 7 8 fa___ 1801 13! 18-1 JbJ 180 Iti' JMfij 1JC K 190 c DC BAG IJ DC CP I'M) CM n PIC cm G E D CIt A B AG D CB El 'D C D F CFE DA C EDC ir- CB DJC FED BA CB EDC F AG n EDO ll heart Tlic The dead alone are great! While heavenly plants nhide on earth, The soil is one of dewlcss dearth But when they die, n mourning shower Comes down, nnd makes their memories flower With odors sweet, though late. The dead alone nre fair! While they nre with us, strange lines play Before our eyes, and ctiiisc nwtiy God's'light; but let them pale and die, And the stores of There is no envy there- The dead alone are dear While they are here, long shadows fail From our own forms, and darken all But when they leave us, nil the shade Is round our own sad loolsteps made, And they arc bright and clear. The dead alone arc blest! While they are here clouds mar the day. And bitter sntrv-falls nip their Muv But when the tempest time is done. The liglit heart of i.enven's own tun Hroods on their land of rest. Prohibitnpry Liquor Law pnasod by Legislature of the is merely do- iHgnod to restrain the retailing of intoxicating drinki. It provides llint no liuemto tthnll be prnnt- ed for the retail nf Hpirituous or vininus liquor, unUsa tho petition oftho pariiot applying- sijrn majority oftho in Iho diatriot or town from whence tho npplicution Tun WIHO VICTORT IN np.TnniT, Michifj-tn ii atlribuUd, by the Advorti-jor, oflhatriiy, to popular foeliny ajralnsl tho Nobrnskn bill, nominee being- opposed to while Domooratic nominoo was known to bo in favor of it. The majority for the Whirr candi.tnto Wii viiSe-, in city which uiualr ffivgs a Doiqooratio mvjorily of eight hundred, nny of tlto PupuV piuitH uideil Lou X in erecting llio toni plu Sr. PuiorV, nt Roniu. Findiug it n frtiitfu Hourco whoruby to reploniith iho church coflV-rh divided llio papal teniiory into diittricit which wore nnctiont-d oil' lo iho highest bidd'.-i who lu Id hoBVon's keys over tlml dio'rict and wait jutjiiiied to LS much en pi ml UK hu could out of iho of Clirinl'H blood granted to dim in parlH. Thin indulgence- pulling awakened thogrent reformer Manin Luihur lo a of ihu eburebV depravity, nnd ihe rent depth to which liu had succeeded in sink- ig tho iiiindf uf her So said iho prunchunt thu hcnvonS nre open, if you enter nol now when will you enter? For iwulvo pence you can ruditum llio HOU! of your lather from purgatory, and will you be no tui- jratcful ns nut to roleoso your parent from lor ineiit? If you havo but ono coat you oiijjlu lo strip yourself insdnntly and sell it lo fecuro such liunoiii." Thoy averred ihal the imprisoned soul would fly frum purgatory pninn thn iustunl tho ro- inyney tlicst. Nu were huinout> to iio wiihoni ihe pulo of redemption. Were ii iiossiblo lo violnio the mulltor of Uud thin would bo fyryivon by Iho jurchnso -if an I ivill now subjoin tho form of on indulgence and o lisi ol'lhe prices uilncltcd to certnin sinr, IH taken from Ouck't) Tnoolopicul ilcro in iho May llio Lord Josus Christ have mercy upon co, und nbsolva thco by his most holy passion. And i by nis authority und that of iho blessod Aposllcti Peior and Paul, and of iho most holy Pupe, granted to mo in those parts, do absolve ihoe, first, frum all occlosiasiicul consult) in what ovur manner it may nave been incurred ihon frum nil thy sins, irnnsgroffiions and excesses, how enormous soever they may bo, even for such as nre reserved for iho cojjnixancu of llio holy sec, and ns far as tbo hoys nf tho holy church ex- tend. 1 rt-mii to you all punishment which you deserve in purgatory on thuir account, and 1 ro- store you to tho holy sacremenls of tho church, and lo iho piuiy of iho IbilhfU, and to that inno- eonco and purity vou possossod til so tha: ivhun you dio tho of shall bo shut, nnd iho gates uf tho puradJso of doliglit. tihuM bo opunod and if you shall not dio at pres- ent, this grace Khali remain in full force whon you aro at iho point of death. In iho immo nf tho Father, thu Son, and tho Holy Ghost. la there any need of comment on this precious document, which professes lo boar iho divine stamp. Tho following1 bill of prices will bo found uni- versally intorbt-ting1. Fur procuring abortion................ 7s Gd simony OH (id 11 taking fulso oath in criminal case- 9s robbing burning n mtiyhbor's house.........12s 11 defiling a virgin- 9s laying with a mother's sifilor....... 7s 6d murdering a 7s O'd kubpinjf n concubine..............10s fid laying viulent hands on n clergyman IDs Gd The flirt-going list ia to bo inkeii from the Sacryd Clinnoory, Enough 1 think has been fraid on this suhjeut to convince any ration mind, that ihi- ehurvli which can advance such ahuurdilieri and contend for ils divinily is a tit ng.nil of tho prince of Are those whoso minds aro darkened enough to r-jcoivc and buliovo such ihings capable of exorcising with discretion the privilege nf Let iho en ml id and imolligent jiulgc. Let ihum also innko an application of this subject to tho asser- tions 1 havo in n do. (On nil subjects nf which I mny write in future, I alr-o thnt they may bo applied to my assi-rtimis.) If Christ or his Apos- tles were in tho habit of indulgences, if this pulijccl can bo endorsed by iniolligonl iiiindn, if iltis grnnling of imiulgencoM If not ab- surd iind ridienloux, niid if llio thai receive it nru fit pnbjccts ftir preserving and upholding our republican form of government, ihcn will I ncknowlcdgo thai KO far MB subjffct henrc up- on them, my a.ssnrlinnti aro nnloundod, 1 am Wiiltltg iltt-y tllHMIIti hitilHi ttil AliUli U'SIS. If ihift subject is agroenblo at somo future timo I may htvo moro to say io rolatioji to this viper lo ihir number cflwvlvtt roil LADY I'lll.NTKI18. 1. Muul bo ol Iho ofiico from 7; A. M. to fix P.M. 2. No reading- of motto papers and Jovo sto- ries, nur euiiny Luufucllonuriun during working huurf. 3. No shall bo allowed to Itnvo a beau in the ulliuo to aeu her noiiiuy lyno at any time. 4. No matter liow pitted a hand mny bo at making at homo, ifflho tlio of- fice tiho shall bo 'Compelled tn aasuri it. No hand shall bit iu tho tmnuliim longer than to procure aony, unleda requested by iho cdi'lor. 6. No attempting to tlio editor for the rako of "clean Hu will ueo his prerogative to kiart or to scold ull hands, as occasion may re- quire. 7. who bring thoir dinner shall nut make a dining tm'uon of tho sanctum, nor ui'o proof pnpor for a table cloth. 8. Any Indy hntid ahoni io nmtgratn to the slate of mulrimuny. nt luu.st give 0110 month's notiou, th at her place may bo supplied by another. 9. No married woman will bo allowed to work in this nfliec, provided it is known. 10. No lady sbntl bo allowed to laugh at iho mnlion nf another while at tho case. 1 J. NO MIUlli allowed in tlio Tho Dominioal letter for any yenr will bo frum igninst tho lirni 3 ligtirux of iho and undci thu 4th or unit figure. There two Domini- cnl for evory Hiinextilo yoar; the line serving for Jan. nnd Kcb. am! liio o'.bor for thi rcmuindur of the year. Showing what day oftho wook any ofthp Aloiith it forever. January, October. Fob. March, Nov. April, July, Mny. June, August, September. Deo. U G MIT, c halving, ur drain drinking, No quarrelling, pulling of hair, ui or Kioging love songs during j working linurr, and no ludy hand shall have free odmissiun io, or orders fur iho thoatro, oporn, or atlicr ofumitpcmenl unlusas accompanied by O Picayune. It misfit bo a THCO quo-lion for a committee of young ludiod to decide which nf the eleven rules would bo most diflicult of observance. IIuw mid they dccidu between rules 2 c-'d Would they object to the second clause ofNo. 22 23 2-1 125 JH Directions. Souk tho Dominical Ltitiurfor iho given yosr in ft tho gtvcn month in thin table, and iho figure? bolovv in thai column, ahmv thu uf iho month andvvoring tuuaoh of iho from tho nearest of ivhich to thegivrMi dny, anuni backward or iu liio week, us ilibYoIiuw- jtiff example: What day of tho wock u-ns Mny SSUi 1808? Tho Domiiiital Inter fur that year, at'ior Kubru- nry (it hciug biuoxtile) won U, wliiuh npa.nsi Mny siandu ovor tho Now tho 29ih was Sunday, tlio you know, must hovu boon Saturday. And hoiv ab'iui the t clause of No G? And low abnut thu first clause oflhuaamo rule? for the sake of clean copy too! Is our friend )f llio Picayune so tomnrkably close So proverbially neat and Adunis-lilio, lhat tho voung miffies are likoly to bt tomptc-d to try up- on him their first effort in the art? Ah! wo foe: our friend speaks primer-fashion. But is llio .omptaiion strong enough to necessitate prohibi- ,ion' Wo paws for a reply." JKx, Wo would not objool lo take a bukors dozen nuraolvos, provided iho Gth rule was not too oft- n and too literally observed. A lYxtriftijug to Hie Ki'om tlie IVaaliinglon Villon. Woaro awaro thatihore may bo Democrats who contended, in 18-18, for the principle of nou intervention then announced by General Cass, and whu have been zcalons supporters of iho Compromise measure of 1850, which rooogtzttd and unacted thut principle, who for ihe present, withhold their assent from the Nubraska Tin's wo regret exceedingly for many rciitionc. wo havo before, this paper dues not make tbo details of tho bill for thu organization of Nebraska nnd Kansas a party tost. We have no power, no authority, io do it. As we under- stand tho matter, the President not say tlmt ho shall regard ovory man as an Abolitionist or a Whig who refuses his assent to the details of thu bill: but no man will bo so id to to that he will, so far as his own action is concern- ed, allow the bill to be made a lett etsidiere againsl.the men who support it. If a Democ- ratic member of Congress is led by liis judgment and his conscience to vnio for tlio hill, us wo hope nil Democrats will be led to do, and he returns to-bis constituents, tu encounter ihe clam- or nnd opposition of Whigs and Abolili together with disaffected men of his mm no sensible1 leapt, no man who under- stands and appreciates the character of the Kx- will believe ihal the President will nl low such factious men to iciVM pablic patronage to I'Verlhrow man nt home icAo hns given to the principles of the bill a cordial nnd ctntycien- tious svppnrt. Wo ropimi that this paper not tiow uttfumo thnt thtf bill, in nny its napes thus far, or iho votes upon it, constitute n test consider iiib_v........u ___ T, t, viz; iho motives of been tchichcan lie regarded in our party in no othrr iiosl iiisirunuMital in springinii- tins porlenlous as do not here, and if ill question upon thn country. It is sni.l thai Home elsewhere, present whnt the ultimate tribunal oftho first men of iho Republic will bu impli- cated, and nenrly nil of the Southern leaders. PACIFIC Fpecial oommiiteo of ;ho U.S. Sonaio on the Pacific Rnilruad projects it in cuid, hovo agreed upon a bill, which will FOOD b fiuhmiilcd lu Congiop. Tho oil! not Fpccify any particular route, hut Icnvo tho mat- Tile Sequel to Plot IWOTON, March G. DovolupmonU may Soon bo expected which will establish beyond doubt the fuel thnt tho assertion of tho prm- ciplo involved! 'in tho Nabrnsltabill is but tho iryliminary slop towards tho execution of tho boldest nnd most stupendous cnnfpirouics less Dclm-voironl Mexico, Control America and Cuba, during- Iho approaching struggle in Europe, and their conversion into sliivo Hero wo have iho key th iho so- d of thnt must oftho over heard of. It proposes no hat iho forcible seizure of ter open for competition ainonp bidders by mere ly providing tho twunty teoiinno of Id ml to tho mile tihall bo in Territories, thnl the company nnrii-rinkinp tho cnuftruction nf the mud si.nil about ono per mile, or uvo millions a for thirty for carrying iho mnils from the in tho Pacific Sonntor oITexny, is expected to propose n bill which xvill meet more fitlly ihe viiiwn of iho York "moonshine" company which is endeavoring to make thin mngnifioonl jirojocl of Democracy hvt ffi'iitltman tcrll vhtther the great jtnnciptfs of the meo People trill regard ana act upon as a. J Sum o 40 years back ladies wero driven to ing- And so with every tool, bo cure- ihiit i.i sbocrnahing as a fashionable way of killing lime. aceidi-nt to them will catino von to louse out Why not try a litllo Tlinnks to tlio j minute. Una each former laid out hi? work fn modern siuvce, with their nicely arranged eki! lets nnd slew pane, with science and mechanical Bkill have substituted for the blazing kilolien hearth of oilier duys, young ladies of "the 19ih century, just pasfiing its prime, may cook wiih- otil uoilmg their fingers ur injurine their com- plexion. Were it not so, wo wuuld rather livo on bread and cheese all the days uf our It will bo said, perhnrp, that our notions with re- gard to female education and employment are loo in those in every thing else, a now era hos dawnrd. and the polid coin-Be of instruction now given in colleges for ladioa will bo triumphantly Ladies however, who these colid ac-quireincnts, liko Lady Jano Grey, P'aio to a pic- bo least likely to neglect the economy They under- stand llio dignity of tiro employmenl, nnd coll lo m.nd all ihe poetry ol'cooking. To say notiiiiig of tho dinner which Millon describes Evo as Drcparing, when "on hncpitubl? there aro iho IJutneric nt which king literally "killed their own and at whici qticciia princesses turned the spit for tho ruast ing, or drew iho water and chopped wood for the builing. Cooking is classical, and no lady will dindain to take part in it who 1ms road foastn ii llio original Greek. Let it bo observed that il i tho middle and working cltiHuea un whom w  improved in qunlity, nnd ored of being lunger kept in a fresh lute. If bulter C'liiiuiiicJ only (hu fat or oily rt of milk, it would but flowly undergo fhnnges rum eoiitnigi with thu air; tint it rein HIM u cor- ain quni.ity ofensdine. which, transformed bv liiitvric in. ill in iiiliif "li nneid hutternwes taste. Washing oes not removy this caiue of alieru- lon, for wntor tunnot at-i upon butter, nor cnn it eparato the carteine, which ht-comea itibtilnblo ndur ilia inlliivnco of utids developed jn crciim- i moro cumpletu niHy, Jmwrver, hu Duciod if wo kntnrute or neutralize ihu.-'o acids; 10 casein will then bu rendered fahiliht, Htid the bolter will onlv retain it in ?ry small quantities, in a Klalo which it mny be Iniosi entirely removed by washing. M. Cam- mbel proposes lo nperaio ah luliuwfi: When 10 put in the- churn at the samu lime, qiinntily ofniilk of limp, suflicient io duatroy II ncidily: churn till tho butler pcperalcs, but ol lill it forms in in ns Je usually dune; train ofl'the buttermilk, and put cold water in s stuod along with the butter in the churn nne churning till the butler is sufficiently col- ctfri, than inku it out and make it np in r rolld in tho usual way. Tho buitor which as buen madu nccurding to this method has proved betlor, and kept much longer fresh tan ihal obtained by iho usual mode ol procced- ig. The buttermilk was froo from all acrid ribto, and wns much rolishud hy tho.so persons ho uso it, nnd by animais. It had also lost its properties. Washing wiih limo water asnlso restored butter, previously so tnintcd mt it could not bo used except fur ,ny other alkaline wash mny' be substituted for mo Rcndus. I'ropie vs. I law ley. Cnso rosorvod frotr. Way no Circuit Beer and ale are included in tho l.iqour Luw 1853. 2. The Law not unconctituiunal ho- auco iis destroys his property without compon- ation. Judge Wing read thn opuiinn nf tho Court to who dune PO much l f liin Stntc and country Si'uh n iiM'nyuro uonld nnt fail, iimler tlio eir ciimwNiNC'c'S (neot ilia approbation of thu whol nnd ivotil.i be bin currying out n pnlfei uJitch proves thnt our people retain nn 11 bid ing noiipy of (rriiiinulo toward thomt distinguished mc'i and clnqucncu aro embalmed in memory und adorn tint history pupu Lul Iho legihluluro do its duly, nnd the people in their privato will tnke cnro iho The npprnpriiiiiou by tho tStato, inuludf! pifi nf pvitry mtin, woman and ebjld within itn Lm It ihurufuru liu unitablo to thi man and (bit nccncinn. The people, who jlt.1 imciu nf Clny, will Lhun lifl the monumentii wlmfi io tlmt tnwcrinji height, wlik-h phnll ir Hume morifiire typify the moral grandurti his Lexington Statesman, 'if TIIE JUDICIAL, SVFTKAI or TiiKUni- tlio Attorney Oen- l fian through iho IVenidi-iit, to greasi for tlio rufnrm of [no judicial Syntoni f ihe United Statpi" thus To hnvtt, nt nine, and profpectlvolv, ten circtitc; tn renrrnngo ihe existintr nine cir- cuiin, no a.t to onmpruhvnd within them all thu judicial except thot-e of Cnlifornia: in appoint iitno nKsintnnt circuit j'tdjyon, ono fnr each circuit; to preserve uniinpntrt'd the jurisdiction of llio circuit conrtH, in till tho well now within llio oirctiiu ilmnc with- out to withdraw thu uiruit from the triet and rovont iheni in iho proper unit court flxulutiivuly; to havo iho ordinary cir- cuit an it in each judicial diatriet, and aampoM-d nf >lio jiiHtico of Supremo Court ref iditiff in tho circuit, ns now, b'.u tn wtth him nn Bpsiptunt circuit PO tlmt tho court shall bo holdiMi by a justice of the SupreMfo Court and BSBiftnnl ciruil judt'e, or o oftbem, instead of ihe district judge, tho Uiter lx.'injr luft to JIIH duliff.iind there n roalnnd circuit conri even in of tho tiettnftw ry of tho jiifllicu tho Supreme Court. of lory of the Navy, hy Liout. giiiiig- refills uf iho deep Bcn-soiiiidingV Lii-ut. Uerryman, from llie shores of land io ilK.Ho of Ireland, has been riitfuff Hi-cm to bo decisive of the qucction w' the prnuitKibility uf a sub-marine telegraph ncrogs the Ailanttc Ucoan, in that region, tha divtanco between the nuarost poinls of too conntrif'8 boing ono ihousand six hundred miltffj and the bottom of the sea being a plateau thd adapted to.the whole- distr.oue. f of holding a line of tnagnutio telepraph wi. The depth of tjiu piotcnu IB quite letfnlar, pfadu- ally iucreasinp fnun Newioundluidi' whnro it is fiiteHi fiimdred when pruuehing the other fide. This is juat suited Itf' ihe j-iirpotse, ihe depth such BB to tho ngaintn ell ihe perils of rs, Stc and not too deep lo bd re reitmrkabl'j thsii this is ihe fact thi t, upon iho ndmirnblo "iho wntcra of the flea appear as quiol and completely at reel mi thejr aru HI the bottom of a mill pundT that aro no perceptible and abrading nl work at ihe bottom of' the sen upon thin tr.le- phic n telegraph wire once lodged there, there it romain IP eornpleicly beyond tlie reach of the drift it would bo if buried in air-tight ca- Lieut. Alaury miggeste lhat a Dational irize bo ofl'ered to the lelegraphic oompuny- ufh wiiope wire the fimt telo- plnu shull bu pitBoed- acroea the amir, forth American.- Hnrinan By W. H. SniFtrd. Thin is e mournfuV very connected' Wild e life of thi? personage involving1 the f his time, hns ena'Hud the author to mid his nnrrntivoan cxtrnnrdinary 'be stylo if airy mid prncfful, and the uns lu-iitiuTul. At the mon; melanulioly termina-i i m of iho ytory one tan peareely camu lo Auierictco to encnpe exaliotip and dangers of (o sr-Ieetod the Iwlnnd kmnvn by his name and; ipcritied pixiy ifiGJiaaiiH {iolmre in iibnuUfyitif: id ornamenting it wi'.h a residence aud gardenic is wifu watt beiujtifiilainl For1' x tlu-y onjnyvd the paradiia l- Nati coaled. In- to vorite foieneoft, fhe to the etiltivntionof nd her domoKlic duties. Hurr, the dontroyef uno involved HlonnerhHRnctt in m-t. nrder the nfoptablithmg a puriod of fuflering inicrvenrd. The u" lo uiter dupolntinn. HP died tn id, povurty striken, and i-ho inunv yearn after pwiinuiy und want expired iu Now York Ciijv his nil Iho interest of Hciioti, nnd roccni'd ft nnmo and a dtOf from ubliuon. nn which cif n A XKIV Wcithcerird i Philadelphia, a fow aj-n, llmt had bi-on orpanizfd in city, which proini-t'H lu be very numnroim. Already there may bo neon Inrge uf iu mo m at various points iti the Their pnrticulnr business to bu lo nt ladies oudi nvurinj: to ih'1 tnnddy ftreots, gelling tlieir dri'BSi'h soiled; nnd in tn carry tint (ullv llio object of lltu organiKHlioii thu memborn of new order cliiefiy of vouny men and are nl tho in Cd strod, where ihe mud is thickest, lo he nu duty as long ihore nro tiny foinaleti on llm hhd from the eloso man- ner which they rerun in at their wo should infer that thev wore good Thoir duty, hnwnvor, i? nni a hard ono ii .Dimply to ceo thnl n Indy Imw her drcws raided siilliLMcnt y io keep it out of the mud wlien emss- Ittff the etri'et. The moral effect produced hy the pruforninnuo of I duty tiy thu young men ia n pqtm-nloiU for thoir >rou- the nimie of iho order is the County Titnpornnco on tho ti2d tilt, for thtt cif nmri' fll'i-ctivu orjunixntion, detvrinin- ud by rt'snlvi'H nr tn wilt tltV df tho politjcnl fur lotf ewndidntus niid in the of their nominating {food nnd re liu ulo Tcmpi-ninoo mon, no oththf nro io In: mnde. Oh! whnt a luid Hchcmo thii is to affect tho intpy rity of denmorntio pftrty! Thd' truth tho icmporMnc-ti in Indiaflgt' wnnt (tin a prnhibitory law, and they- cure not pnlitibnl pnrty unnctfl it. Is anything inooimitjiont in mouth liatiiff. The Native nnd Know were lo ctnrt u dinly paper in New York, tO'btf called "Tho N. Y, Dully Kiibgot iho 13th ulMnreh. Forty tlioiiMiijd it [R Kaidj ftiburilm for n pnpt-r. motto la th be that command of WnFhingtan, in an hour of "I'uL but on guard to-right." ttinn, in nn nrU'clo upon (ho vubject nf the xige of the Nebrufkn bill, "I" it not that the tntcrcKlfot Freed "in oi> opposed to ry, in thnl lunly, ni Initt b'o confidtfd to the uii'nrnblo minority of f.-urteen, find that of that Hinall niinibc'r, n nuijnriiy aro WhigH and1 iii-tc JVnmcrnisi llint the most blow ever donlt lo our part; J11 A CARD. Puor. c. J. of Cit> is, Y., tnkfi. Uitx nl' (ItHcloninr ttf ritiz-nnoi' Kurt WnMu- und cicinity, ilioi CHtiibliNl.crt n Comm.-r.-ial S.-hool at So. 93 Ctilitmbia orcr Ihe Mnimuoih Clothin? Store. GenlK, tnny hcrr n nil imp'jrlaril, but iniirli branch ol cd'icntion, ottd attain a biMUtiiul hand wrllinr tune. "uuug riieii may JITC qualify t frtr the "ouriiu v Ruoni, in n ttiarough Ifriowi- of Itonk-kfvpiug by Kindle nnd doublf Frum jmii -xpt'iu-nce in Mr D. htlt rni.5iieul tlml poplin pruclirini; umh-r 1 hin ejtttfti and will nut only make Baiinfuctorv but A ipr.-ial inrii-uon t-xtcndpd lo the nearly equal and Jar Philadelphia Knights of iho Juiir- We wonder if llioro c.r d tig rue no promotion lo test. this vion tnkon bold nf n mnn, ntientiun lonll things wurtliv of love nf virltinns decency of thro well to even an nliLMtlu.il in person. Hterythiug is sunk by this predominant nnd brutal npretiio. In mnny inptauct's do wo pue men who hnvo lii'o with ihu pronprots before ihein, and who hnvo closed it wiihoni nny of cninf'-rt and Voting men with guud I'lriunei1, good tRluntf, good lempprn, jjnod good constitutions, only drnwn into the xortex oftho drunkard there is no for nny one. All is mid'rtflinty ntid ansii-ty. He tho come uian for any one dny ot A timu. No ono knows of liio oni'goingM or in Whon he ivill rta-o, or when ho will rlmvn to rofl  Qnartor cnntnirtg cijjht Imperial Tho Winchoptor buchel, wbicli wns the stand- tell us thnl tho British Govorment basnet- I nrd in England up '.o 1820, contains cu- 1 Turkey; I Hod tho question of this gallnnt officer's fate. bio inches, while tho Imperial bushel which ban Corriontoe; By an ordor of iho Admiralty1 ho is to dio on tho been tho standard sinoo, contains 3Ut of this month, nnd tho erows nf both his bic inolios. An Knplish nu'artcr therefore, is e- ihipnarc to dio with him. Of course, they will qnM in nbont 8J nf our huchel-i. This n fact Mr will nlso tvrM iininfw Cyrils Jti a mm lo plat it hours irom 9 A. M. lo 12 from tn M.. nii.l in tho PVOIHIKT. Fort Wayne Jim. 3d. _ 18-tf SHELDON. HOYT mm- ATo. Mi M'HEEX. 3 Deora oj Uroudvsay, opposite the jPorA, NEW YORK. We solicit the nutrition of Hardware mm ana clone to give n Cal KMiy it. SUKI non, IT I. (AM II. HILLIA'R 1KTKKK JODPV'P O >o. II, JUurmy Mreot, in in fl iU.iitliattan, formfrtn tJuit'a i-Aiiii, N E W Y O Connected with Ilitliard, llnimrt of Dry (ratttls and Groceries, Cleveland Ohio. CS. GARY EVANS, ivi-tl In U r ntv in our Sturtt of (n every tlif Irnde l) c comlnc (In iiicml iftfuc k of rt tall of -T.CI.B MILK l fork 
                            

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