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   Depere Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1851, Depere, Wisconsin                               1m .works of Robinson and Crusoe, ant) Captain Cook, and die definition he made- Irom them ihat far away over ss nnin 'hiiherto untrodden by the fool of man, was an undiscovered coun- try. As he approached manhood, he was filled wilh a desire le diicovcr thai coun- try M liich he so often saw in his youth- ful dreams; by ibis desire, lit' p'.'titioueJ. great Pontifiniil Pope Home to give him three yawls ami a jolly boat lu carry out his de-sign. That dis- tinguished "nvin at first refused, .but his wife, Cleopatra, being pleased wilh the promising looks of Mr. Columbus, aoiua- ted wilh a magnanimity which is a cari- caturc of her sex, prevnile.l upon him to.; Rrnnt Columbus' request, whereupon, providing bis vcs els with Mures out of bis pocket, Columbus got ready, and on a certain day of a neriuin month, and in :i certain year, he sel sail from the Holy SM of Rome, and :if.er a long and irip. lit- set font, at last, upon the Plymouth Rock, in llie Island of Juan Fernandez; it was on that occasion that he exclaimed, "Breathes there any man with soul so perfrc.ly dead as never 10 himself has said, this is my own my na- tive "Sir, Mr. Columbus ili.l not long sur- vive hardships of that voyage, and was fmully taken prisoner by thu king of the Cannon-ball Islands, and, with all his crew cast into chains and slavery, where he died, at an advanced nge, an ignorant- ins natural death, with bis crew, leaving not one to tell the tale. Peace to his ash cs and their'n. "Sir, the discovery of this continent was the greatest invention of ihu year, 1402. Fernandez's Island was ihe stop- ping stone tn the settlement this' conn- trv, sir. Look around you and behold the populated worlil; llie U. Slales. [North and South Ametica, Oregon and Asia, Hinilnosian, mid Belorchistan, England and Turkey, Frani-e and 'hina, ami ma- ny othes too numerous to mention; behold these countries traversed by steamboats, railroads and telegraphs and ask yourself, if these things would have been if it hadn't been for Columbus? and your reply would certainly be, 'Certainly not, sir.' It it hadn't been for Mr. .Columbus, General Washington wouldn't have been but suppose he had, what then? W hat did asliinzton ever do that was a great benefit to this counlry? There is much said about bis talents fnr war. To he sure he performed several masterly retreats but what's that an evidence of? Sir. it is that he was a cownrd." "General Washington n coward! acreamed Foster, the village doctor, in a voice of thunder, "General Washington a coward! who so base as dare say Look atiiim at the ba'tle of Nile, look at him at Waterloo, the Cowpens, on ihe plains of Marathon, at the pyramids, at Siillman's Defeat, at Bad Axe; and, sir, look at him at the battle of New "Gineral at the bailie of New cxel .imed a huge back- violently. "Mr. Speaker is ihere such a ignoramus in the fcouse? Sir, any school boy knows that the bailie of New Orleans was fit betVrj General Washington was born. Let the gentleman read Plutarch's lives, tilt lives of the signers of the Declaration of Inde- pendence, or let him read Arkwriglft's History of the Black Hawk War, ami he'll find that General He-iry Dodge fit the battle ot .Ve Orleans.' Here the noise and confusion became great thai our traveller might have been seen wending his wa> to ihe inn a wiser wan lhan wlien he arrived at he bench, supposing Kirby to have beer) shot by Hall, commanded the sheriff to ar- reslhim, when Hall approached ihe Judge and offered his Judge asking him if be shot thai man; to which he re- plied that he did m t, that his pisiol was still loaded. Hall was unhurt, and placed himself in the custody of ihe sheriif. SOUTH The Charleston Mtrcury, in the .-Irtsiionoflho "Union TickiM HI gta. by a largo majority, his is ihe present position ol Georgia, nm! the sort of co-operation she tenders to -us. long aniclP introduced with these words designed to show llie uwfuliun of awaU- in Abaction of other States in favor of sect's! on, ,-nncluJCT is we tending! What To what then are o aim have we before us? Are we .unified with our condition under a eminent ihat is notoriously spreading all its vast nnd increasing powers to ensnare, fetter, and destroy us? It we ,ve not willing to live under an Abolition we have not made op our minds, lo lie down former in abject submission to "nn irresponsible nne "a viilpif what way shall we com- mence resistance? In what way can South Carolinians commence resistance, but in South Carolina, and by the of our own Government! This not only the wav lo gel co-operation, but H a the only authoritative and the only re-spelful way to ask for il. It the co-operation of Ihe States that we. we must de- mnnd it in the name of tlie Slate. It is co-opcralion in action thai we seek woll lei U3 art. and then the feouthern people will understand, and not till then, why it is Ihat we invoke their sympathies amifrail for their aid. When we present our bill, let il be for work done, and not for conjectural undertakings and pledges unredeemed. DEPERE. WEDNESDAY MORNING NOV. The Retrospect The strife is o'er, the of ualurc close, And lart raptures triumph o its woes. Bravely p.nd manfully have the Depere Democracy fought through the recent elec- tion, and now ihey can resl on ibeiroars, and review with proud pleasure the part thev have acted in the exciting "MonT "on ihe canuoibelatil to their charge. They have proclaimed wilh bold candour, their position'to world. It !ws been their proud part act Ihe -advanced guard" in the. the to contest. tal renown, mocracy' livion forever, stood shots deep inw LATE TVAGEDY AT TlfSCALOOSA. The Tiipcaloosa Monitor ol the 2d test. a full account of the tragedy which occurred there a week or two ago, und whiHi was briefly noticed sit the time in the Wisconsin. It says: "It will be recollected that, some time in April a difficulty occurred between Mr. Ffe'k P. Hall and Mr. John Kirby, bath oW and respected risizcns i f this county. The result of thai difficuliy was that Hall wounded Kirby. was nn armed at the and injured him so badly ihat the life of ihe bitter was for a lang tttne despaired of. Hall was h-ld to hail for his appearance at the present term of iheennrl, and on Tuesday evening the vf as called for trial. A continuance was asktwi for hy the counsel. and, on the nffi 'a it iliill. it was ed hy the Judge. At this moment Mr. Kirby, who was sitting within the hnr, rose and asked permission to addressthe court. Judge Walker remark pil to frirri that il wsia and Kirby then sat down, but was seen immxdialeljr to nttempt lo draw a pistol from his pocket, rising from the time. Mr. Newton Whitfirftl, who was landing near at- tempted n> prevent the drawing of the pin- lot, in the struggle which ensued; the pistol was fired, tlie a large -.pawing ihrough the higher part of Kirby's thigh, ranging down and eominjg out on the leg, unveriiig the femoral artery am) causing hisdrmh in a fow noi nites SiWh was the the ball, that, after through the thigh of-Kjrny, it pen- j l This prominent position Has.niade them conspicuous for the shots of t .e> adver- saries. At ihis they have not Their bravery has won for them' immor- and the name of "Depere De- will be remembered when that of "Green Mountain Boys" in the revo- lution, or -the old French Guard" at the battle of Waterloo shall have sunk to ob- Foremost. in the fight has ,'hhertiser hurling deadly ihe serried ranks of its enemies ;'and for the good ot its country, immohting itself upon the altars tf her freedom. First to strike the blow for fteedom ami honor, it faultered not mine hour of peril and trial, nor quailed to meet its foes fare to face. But the Advirtiser does not claim the glory all its own. Other papers In the State have come manfully to the rescue of our free institutions. The Oshkosh Democrat stood boldly forth in work of reform, and rallied ihe people to the charge. The editor of the Democrat has shown himself a lover ol his country, an uncompromrisitig cham- ties are equally happy. Some of the pa- pers say wshave had a quarrel wilh frii nd Robinson. We flatly deny it. We be- lieve Robinson one of ihe best hearted fellows Wisconsin posestes. it a "slight bout." term it a friendly hunch." The Milwaukee Commercial has con- tinued lo abase us through the whole cam- paign. We have refrained from noticing its scurrility for two Ils tone has been too contemptible to desene We don't bi-lieve its eduors approve of it, and we attribute it to tltc crazed mind of some "Sub." in the Com- nicrcial office, who has been elevated out of his proper sphere, and don't exactly know what to do with himself. And now; citizens, that our public duties are over, let us attend to our priiate duties with in- creased vigilance and attention.; Our young State needs improvement in len thousand different ways. Clear good out thor- deal honestly wiili owe anoth- er, for honesty is alwayu the beel policy. LIV.NO continues u> us ladened with its choice treasures. Suc- cess to it, it deserves it. THE "Ladies for etober, is unusually interesting. It is "ti excellent paricdiral, and should be well supported. WE staled some time since that an in- junction had been tiled against the Treasurer, not to pay certain charges made by the Wisconsin Express, for Legisla- tive prihiiug. The says iv is false and requstfld us to correct the mistake some time since. We lost the forgot to notice it stthe time, but we now cheerfully make the correction. Election WE have waited lill the last moment, and used the utmost ditligence to obtain the following returns, which we are happy to furnish our readers. Green Bay. State Ticket. Whig. 163 Farwell, 174 Hughes, 189 Wright, 174 Crawford, 176 Truwdel, 171 Brown County Ticket, 154 Dcmoyen, 175 Root, 5 Trudcl, 10 BauVi TELEClRAPilC. New -Yoik, Oct. S8. She lefl 'Southampton on the I nndon pipers oi thui date, and 142 pas- Dem, Uphum, Burns, Kob Estuhrook, Ladd, Peak, Hoyce, Wiieelook, 127 118 }U3 119 118 133 135 IBS ngerc, among whom are James Gordon Emmet, and Madame Biscarcianti. The Pacific arrived on the 7ih, in less tl an ten days During her passage out, Mr. of the firm of iJtenniston (of N. Y..) was lost overboard. In Manchester, there is litile Manufacturers will not concede lower rices. Public attention is engaged with, the c miing of the Queen to the west of Eng- nd. The excitement in London was intense i account of ihe close of the great shi- On Monday the number uf visit- o-s was and on Tuesday they aclied 109.916. The whole receipts aehed The clos- ing took placi on Saturday. The Queen was 'o be in Liverpool on Thursday, and in Manchester on the after- n.ioii'1 of the same day. Several deaths arrtong'llie nobility had since the sailing of the Arn'rica, preluding ihe Earl of Liverpool, the Vis- c innt Bolin'gbroke, Lord Striifford anil I ady Douglass. Lurd Stratford married one of the Misses Catron of Baltimore. The companions of have been n-lowed to pron'eed through HOST siih was Ml Marseilles on llie 7th., the French heal failing. At Paris, flour market was dull. Seven persons connected with the So- mei'iing at Renil kad btien arres- i and imprisoned. Boston, Oct. 23. DREADFUL Comtniitee of t shermi'n, sent to look alVr the wrecks that about 75 vess-Is were 1 >si, and ashore, ;itul almost 150 lives lost! 'Phe remains of 07 have been ascertained. The papers cgnuiia. accounts ,of further disasters, Washington, Oct. 23. Attempted Involution i-i Xort'i- President has issued a troclama'iion against any citizens who nay be found forming an expedition for be invasion of Mexico. It was issued on iifornwtion that some Texans have enga- ;ed and crossed ihe frontiers. New York, Oct. 23. Democrats ol the city ind county of New York held theit rati- ication mass meeting at Tammanv Hall last night. There was a full attendance ind much enthusiusm. NoBmalw Upham, Bums. Eatahrook, Ladd, Peak, Chocy, No Bonks, Upham, Robinson, Bat brook, Ladd, Peak, Royce, No Batiks, Depere, State Ticket. FarweSI, 55 62 Wright, 55 Crawford, 55 Trtuadell, 44 Lord, Brown County Ticket. 5? Dcanoyen, 55 Root, 28 Tnidel, 2 Banks, Lawrence- State Ticket. 9 Fnrwell, 10 10 Wright, 10 Crawford, 10 10 Brown County Ticket. 9 Detnoycw, 10 Boot, Tm-l.l, 1 Banks, 73 BS 5S 63 63 74 69 74 109 an 19 in 19 19 19 so 19 SI 27 Independent. We heard a good story of a msticynuth and a country girl, who sat facing each other at the supper-table of a husking par- ty. The youth, smitten with the charms of.the beautiful maid, only vented his pas- sion in sly looks, and now and then touch- -Pe sectttion of ihe Empire City, from Havana, we learn that Mr. J. Winslow, editor of the Faro Indi.stri I, whose paper was suspended, was arrested by government on tlie 13th, and confined at the Commissary of the Police. had been mildly treated, but was not allowed to communicate with his t'riem's. Mr. Wilson, one of tlie Libera- tors, was released on the 18lh, Hud came home on ihe Empire City, Washington, Oct. 20. CUBA letter from -Bayou Sara, Louisiana, to the Nashville Banner says that another Cuban expedition is on foot in that State, at the head of which is Felix Houston. (Don't believe a word ot it.) Boston, Oct. 21. Vermont Central Railroad trying to pay i v mortgage to the amount oi was executed eslerdajr by the Vermont Central Railroad, and bonds will soon be issued in the amount of its indebtedness. Albany, Oct. 20. The Treason Cases at A> Conklin has decided that the Syracuse rioters were guilty of a misdemeano and they were held' to bail to appear at the The Washington Telegraph ihe Presidept made an appointment of aCoiiiuiiwioner to China. President is expected to visit ihe State Fair at Baltimore, and Gen. Scott will also visit it. Washington, Oct. 22.. CUBAN DIPLOMACY com- munication WHS received by the President juidrt-ssed to our Government by Lord Palmerstoii. the English Prime Minister, relative to the expedition alleged to have been fitted out in parts of the U. S. againsl and in violation of the spirit of our treaty. This was answered by Mr. CRITTEN- DUN the aciiitg Secretary of State, in a paper marked for its dignity and high American intiniHling in very plain ti-rnis that England had better atlend to the administration of her own This reply will probabh tonil tn prevent all further European inttirfurence. or will at lunsl warn foreign powers wlial may be expected, if undertake to intermeddle in the concerns of our Government. This document reflects ihe highest credit upon its auilior, Mr. as as upon the Adminictiation which sanctioned it- Hon. Henry Lytton Bulwer has return- ed from Gntiit Britain. He expects to re- ceive an European appointment, Bosion, Oct. 19. horrible -murder was perpetrated this afternoon about 5 o'clock. Thomas. Davis, a negro employed in the navy yard at Charleston, killed his sister, cutting her throat wit i a razor. After he had inflicted iho fatal wound, he seized his victim and tore nut her windpipe with his hand and otherwise horribly mutilated her body. Her ige was about 23, and Daus is about 26, and has lately returned from California. If is saiil that delirium trerttens, Rum was ihe c. use of the act. York, Oct. 22. The sleamsliip left tu-day for Liv- erpool with 01. pasSMigers and in specie, N'ew Orlenns, Oct. 20. It now understood here that Judge of Mississippi, is to be Consul at Havana, in place of Mr. Owen, and hot C. C. Langtton, as before reported. Savannah, Oct. 18. tria1 nf the steamer Pamper at St. Augustine, has been postponed to De cemher. Thu Government HJS sent to New Orleans and oilier places for evi- dence. Toronto, Oct. 20. The Jenny Li ml excitement here is quite strong, and there was a great rush at.the ticket sale this morning. All were disposed of in an hour and a hall', and not one quarter oi the applicants supplied. Buffalo, Oct. 20. DARING M Luther, ol Milford, Michigan, was knocked down on Saturday evening, about eight o'clock, and robbed of over 8300. He was going up the Lake on the steamer Ocean, but the boat nut being rea'ly to start, he a few rods down'the where the rob- bery was committed, and he was lefl for dead, but will probably r.-cover. Baltimore, Oct. 23. CUBAN Orleans pa- pers slate that the Spanish residents nf Mexico, have dis- tributed among the families of those who fell in the Lopez engagements, Denhison, editor of which arrived here oit the Oci., Cardiff. (Wslw.) is loaded whrJly Iron. for ihu abute (.'i.tniianv being a portion of th- contract i" HoiiTR. J. will. Mem.. Brother Co., in agents Messrs. Ka> mond Ftillertim nf thin in June last. Two. more car- goes are now on ilieir Jiere. road was commenced iti July, ami is grewing welt. Ten milts of it is graded from Fun du Lne il is anticipated that fitly miles will running order during llu next A contract is made for the grading of entire road from Fon du Lnc to tl-e line south, wheie it will emitted with the Illinois and Wisconsin Railroad, which u also under contract to be graded bum tlut point let Chicago, and thence to the line of Indiana This latter portion is to he completed early next Jitinnu-r. oilier section of the road, from Cliiuagato ihe Wisoonsion State line, is in be by llie fitsi of June. 18fi2. The of ihe Rock Ri.-er Valley Union Hiiilnu'd is lo be completed at ihe same liiiie.uiil wlien these roads are finisfntd there Kill tie a continuous linn fr m ihis ctiv loFoa ilu Lae; oti Luke YVinhebago, uf alom thirteen hundred mili-s. It is IKH nulv inportant for i-ity. thai this r 'adshoulil be speedily made, but the whole country are interested in its being d Y, Express. Baton Rouge Advocate, has died of his wounds, which he received at the ex- plosion of the Bril iant. Washington, Oct 22. The Republic gives ihe substance of a conversation with Gen. Concha, Captain General of Cuba, in which he expressed his determination to recommend the Queen to pardon the American prisoners imme- diately ou their reaching Spain. Von Haunter. Proff saor of History in ihe University of Berlin, in his Bmik on America, elevates a ch.ipter lo ihe Suieof Ohio, several pages of which relate tn fin. cinnati. lie statfs that -at Woodward Collep, I aiieaded two Iciuitrr-s on spli.--ricut tria- onometry, and the of on a spot where wolves were howling fifty years afro.' In a notr, the Proli-ssorgiioj the following cotivei-sniiou, which lie had with a lady of LADY. 'Has no American touclvi! your heart 'Age is no security ful- have been 1 ask wlio the favored ore .'Her grandfather was horn the of April, 1781; her mother was a German. In all America there are not thirty nay, scarcely three women of such beauty, vir- tue, wisdom and wealth.' L. >But you are already married; what will your wife aay is used to such freaks, and won't say a word against it.' '.Jave you made known your pas- sion to its object P. ami she has ilisiincily declared that she will not withold her con- sent, whenever I dare proel-itni .10 the world my admiration and love.' r'But who is this wonderful P. 'She is the RKPVBLIC OF OHIO.S Too FAST FOB JOHN BULL. John Bull has been challenged several times by A- mericans this season and has been on all points. The last unaccepted chal- lenge is that given bv.C'ul. Cliurles, wiw has offered to uol hi? well known Ameri- can "team" any p.iir nf Entliss bred horses, (used as a pair.) t'ur am under one thousand ptMiiuis. Bv-lhe-b. I und ;mil .hat f.'iwrlfs has-been offered two hui'.tlre.i n. V.'v hundred and fifty gnitieits iveii; oiKr.'i for tht-m mid refused before they I CM York. They are thu fastest on English soil, but vrrv fast hursts arc ing Patty's toe with his foot umler the ta- next session of the U. S. Court for trial. WhttfieW' a little below the et'ttins; Lan m-tery and mflteiing a Most naitififi, but, we sineerrty hope. it is dangerous wound. Wrby fell from his chnir. one of who was wry ami pion for honor and patriotism, a self-de. njiiig, public-spirited, liberal minded pit. iz'en. All honor and success to such men say we. The Madison Democrat, Mar- quetie and River Times have also signalia'ed 'themselves in exposing fraud and-corruption, and laboring jor ihe irue interests of the State, The effect of these lab irs; has been apparent. Mark how the Democracy'.'are com- ing 'round. illem themselves und.T the banner of IIow does this cirnrpare wilh that policy' which three years ago would swsep every liuuk bill out of the..' t.uty old things are pass.ng away. The Democrat- ic poTfey ttiis State heretofore, has had too little of the Conservative element in its eompoaiaun. It resembjed loo murh that radical Liberty which has iMtnpkid Law .under (bot, and stained the fairest portions of Europe with and Woodshed within a feW ars past Bui eK perianca is f he be-4 teacher. It per- isusdes slowly, often with biiteniKSS and anguish, but its all the more effuetual fw that. Tor those who haVi The girl, either fearful for the puri ty of her stockings, or determined to make the youth express what he appeared so warmly to bora his advances a lit le while in silence, when she cried New York, Oct. 20. NARBOW. night, when the train from Philadelphia was within about a.mile from Hackens.iek Bridge, it thfr oite from in the wafi the ioor. Judge Walker, who was still upon i of honor and respect, wao do .Wet tersa straw. But this aiakcs no diflfcresiN'. We the feeling reeiproealed, und both per. don't dirty my stockings." HOBBS AND HIS GotD.-.-Tl.e Lon- don Expr as objec'a, as does Mr. llobbs, to the utigracious'manuer in which Mr. Braniah paid- over his 200 guineas fur having ills lock 'picked. It the following account of the display hiadu of ilid 200' guineas by Mr. llobbs at the Crystal Palace: I'liu American department was again the gre it atiraction, Mr. Hobhs lining, with a fine Bnrninn reward changed into soverigns, -anil spread them out under a glass case, a police- in n keeping guard, and a i iiis-Tjutuii in forming the: spwfiatiirs that there were guineas which tiad be ;n awarded fm h picking. Thn was an ur gu'iaent that appealed to the niuanest caji actty, and excittHl so inucli curiosity thu> tbe jklace was a of alt day, every one wishing to assure bi.nsell' b> proof tbst tlife Americao had rea Won the "Say. The of a huudred locks was himself the observed of all oh- servers, and complained that even'in tbt he one of the dtsaffreexbli of gtoVy, in being ft y crowds on' hU way to the, patace." said crostt oJd msad to "Mrs. if you could, you would liln them better" mildly replied the old lady Oct, 20, THE FRATRICIDE Mi I'hurston. on trial for ihu murder of his: brollier-in-Uw nas t'oinxi guilty. Baltimore, Oct. 20. The youthful Gen. was married at Pfnsacola on the it9ih of September. Philadelphia, Octr 18, PENNSYLVANIA returns received, the Legislature now stands: D.imocrato, Home. 46 -16 16 THE AND DCMB Among the passengers by thi> Independence, recently arrued, is Dr. AlexHiider Turnbull, from whose rewnily discovered pro- cess for the cunt of deafness and blind- ness, hits Attracted much attention in Eng- liiid. Concerning it the London Times says: number of scientific gentlemen as- sembled yesterday at the house nf Or. Turnbull, m Russell Square, to witness the proiluned- by ,s procuss recently discovered by the doctor, und appliud tor the cure of deafness ami blindness. Between twenty and thirty paiicnts at- tandetl, of whom, it was staled by the r parents, bad been born ikaf dumb. Tbey were subtnithiO to, vwrioHS teats, by which it was proved that their deafnKis had been cured by tha appliea tion of T urnliull's remediest nnd what most singular is, .that whether the depetideil on paralysis of the au- ditory nerve, rapture of the tympanum, or obstnictiim of the internal passages, relief hail been immediately ohmiued, or plete cure eflwcttd, without delay pain, or not highly prazcd in England, Cur. of N. Y. Spirit the JUDOG CURTIS. Friday the 10i in chambers, Jitdgft rSpnigue, of adminstered the oath of office to Benjamiil K. Curtis, recently an associate judge of the U S. court, in. place tif Judge Wooilhury, Judge Curtis was lo uke eat ou the bench of ihe United Siaiwri'- cuil court on ihe 15th, when his commit- sion was to btt rea.l. Baltimore; Ctet. A letter meonYenience. (wtienis who re- in the Norfolk Argus, from" an on the say? thai KosBuih's are u nmrtain. whether be, any of his coraiwBioaa, will the Onf- vd wMto frrf him at Gibraljar uirtwenv twenty ilifya.iand notbteg Metl Anawn wmil tier arnwil tbere. come W tMs they aeafl Oot be Mlil the IstofOetember, as the Steamer would take tin southern passage. pcescnted thai they had been bliud, suid that tliey eould now see fectly well. Anathet nunher of the Times says: U e agree wild ChamHew, ihw Dr. TuRihull by piitenoa and niijtty, oblauwd a of ceruih inew fnudicamenis awl metltods, calauUted ta cure of Oemfuttsit, such neter cared mvacted Sonora from Califomis, demand mg permusioa to work the mints. to Worcesiersh.re was awoke by a wn-j ai -midnight, wai he announceiiiuui tbat his besi cow choking. forthwith jumped the life of wln-n turnip stuck in lite spoui ol llie POOR farmer wlinse pi? were so lean that il took two. ot'.lllul" uake shadow, has'been beat by who had suvenii so tliiit ihat they erawl through the cracks in thcif tie (iiwlly sloped "futl" by btotcin their CALIFORNIA article i" Alia California by Vol. Worili. the annual yield from llie gold for many years The vuins, he thinks are anil extttud lor hundreds uf nii'es ihe A minister-was walking JJ1 d paMnl two tittlo bo> s, one ol made a bow. Ashuiunieil the following aiBusing hy, Jolw, didn't vou Parson M.I" J did? f ifot make B bow mother don't w ohurali.'' __ n btinutitul color tlis: IsJy [J( said one gentleman to another passed 'them -Ii U jr, know the store where she t U H argued by s-.iue that there ere' four genders, vii: Masculine, Neater and Bloomor. i   

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