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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 5, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Be just a cd Fea Sot lit All the esd aim of at by Twy cou ctr to of Tut co a Ayd family newspaper Neutral in politics. And devoted to literature. Science. Commerce. Agriculture. The me Ohanio arts. And the general news of the Day by Morgan , Iowa saturday april 5, �851. Vol. 1�?no. 35. Fol weekly Telegraph. A a a unction tuesday. April 1, 1m5 Lolur irm Hiram Power. 1 lie California courier contains the follow Ine letter from Hiram Power the sculptor to his brother in san Francisco relative to his new statue of California. Florence aug. 18, 1850. Dear brother a j. Via a Tioy a or. Frank a arrived at this City on saturday evening Laa with emigrants on Board for this and other a Raats in Iowa tin the same evening the i i lauded with Marly the nine Imber. We Are All in quite Good health and i am get Tver boat that come up brings a Large 0.k be to it Here but have bad some jaw Estever. A Tnie Forlo sea lately. Both a eve a and my stat Rois get a i Emigran s for t is ate. We in be of or. Calhoun have had miscarriage to at sea Jeand by those w to have come Down the Ohio but the former has been got up and i am in july that the number of emigrants wending Hopes the latter will yet be saved. Roth Are in z r was Westward exceeds that of any other a a a a lil a a a he Rel a How a Thor of them their a 0>t. 1 dare Sav you will Rea Jall about these Etton by thousands. The probability is that shipwrecks in your papers. A rom Yum to w ill be added to our pop 1 am now making a to Tatum of uni Dorado Quot a during the present Spring. Or californian an Indian figure crowded with pearls and precious Stone. A Kirtle surrounds or two term a new. Stu. I her Waist and tails w Ith a Feather fringe Dow n to Geo. Scott has w Ritten the Soltow my to a w lug just above the Knees. The Kirtle is ornamented Ami free in reims Vlf Ania. It does not evince we in Dian embroidery with tracings of Gold. I Par. For that Quot a a a a in Mth run a. A Riv Peru iian 1 at her Side stands an inverse i Cornucopia from Deuce. Coull the presidency add aught to the which is issuing at her feet lumps and grains of Gen. Scott those who have achieved of native Gold to which she Points w Ith her left Ness and an illustrious name should be hand Winch hold the div Ming Rod. With her rest i careful of the terms on which they throw them Aelva into the hands of political a. Wachi Motok March 20th. Dts a whig committee and its ser Retat of Juniata county have done me he favor to announce your action in placing my Imi before the country in connection with the office of the presidency. The approbation of my a hit re was the first and will be the last great object if i he. If 1 have had the happiness to obtain it it will be of minor importance a Heather it leads to a change in my of Cirl relation to the country. With my most respectful regards to the gentlemen of the committee 1 remain. W. Scott. Buying the morning one 0. Gardner recently a Deputy Post Ciao ter at West Buffalo Scott co., in this state tras committed to jail by win. H. Ewing Esq. Of this City u. Commissioner on a charge of Ember log two fifty Dollar Bills of the Bank of Missouri from the above mentioned Post office Seine tune in july of last year in default of one thousand dollars bail. Stephen Whitch dec Esq. I. Attorney appeared in behalf of the United states and Geo. , Esq., for la accused. return our thanks to maj. Remey. Of the Oswego for full files St. Louis pay ers a and to the obliging clerk of the right hand she conceals behind her a Cluster of thorns. She stands in an undecided posture making it doubtful whether she intends to Advance or retired while her expression is in Ste rival. The Gold about the figure a nut be represented of source. By color As Well As form. She is to be the Genius of California. 1 could execute this statue on a colossal scale in Bronze on Marble and it might be placed upon a a Edesta out or in doors. It might be set up. If preferred at the Entrance of the Harbor of san Francisco. The new Goddette of Gold a old plutus is dead of Chagrin since the discovery of California and 1 am making a substitute for him. Is she wanted in your City a and will the Good san franciscans give me some of their Gold for her a inscription Union the base or it Pedestal of the statue might commemorate the discovery old Tel Dorado a so Long held As fabulous and the statue would stand As a Monument to the most wonderful even of modern times. I have noted Well what you say 1 think this statue w ill be popular it w ill lie eighteen months yet before it is done. The Block designated for it is spotless and that is a matter of great importance to the effect of the work. A a a a a your affectionate brother Hiram Bowers la Yuri for special favors. A our Friend or. Biu i la. The gentlemanly Teik of the or. Franklin w ill please accept our thanks for attentions to this Hope he will continue them As we shall take pleasure in reciprocating. Jelm Linda has gone to Nashville Tennessee. The St. Louis papers will now have a breathing Pell. Early t . Barton Morgan of the Hickok Garden has Laid us under obligations by presenting us a Fine Bunch of lettuce and radishes the first of the season. Think of that people Dow n sout i a and away Deown very Well we think for the last Day of March to Iowa. Lawrill a outre i Lauk Road. The Stock books of tins company have been opened and Are being fast filled thousand dollars Are already subscribed. The company proposes to commence Ofie rations by building a substantial Bridge across Skunk River at Lehi. Thu is a project that our citizens should encourage by Liberal subscriptions of Stock. The books Are at the office of messes. Grime 4. Starr. Done to wait for a second invitation to subscribe. M m. Noah death of Morde Cai m. Noah of a world wide repute As an editor wit and scholar is announced in late new York papiers. New new y Ork Herald at the close of some strictures on the condition of politics in new y Ork proposes the following ticket. We commend it to the notice of our Long a thud contemporary of it. Pleasant. Fur pre Tuiet. We. H. Sew a re White Man. For l ice president fold. Dodg Lasi blackmail. Death of Gen. Met i South Carolina a jars announce the death of Geri. Mcduffie formerly u. S senator from that stale and a Man of distinguished next to or. Callioux he was perhaps the greatest Man the South has Ever produced. Barret . John c. Fletcher has purchased the interest of or. Burns m he above establishment and will continue the same on his own account. Papers m the slate which Are publishing the old advertisement of Fletcher a Burns will Peak a Correct the same according to the new one a to Days Telegraph and notice the change editorially. . Car enter advertises Sonie re Auer new and Choice in his line. Call and the Bonn land Law. Department or the Interior Washington March 15, los a. $ sir i herewith return All the papers connected with the Anieul prayed by or. George b. Sargeant in the Case of fielder Walker from your decision in regard to the As inability of and warrants under the of september 28, 1850. I have without hesitation affirm d your decision. Shortly alter the passage of the 1 had occasion to examine with great care the question of the assign ability of warrants issued under it. I then decided that they we e not assignable and that decision with the reasons on which it was founded was published in the newspapers. The correctness of that judgment has not i believe been seriously questioned but on the contrary i have been assured by j on a or More of the committee w to prepared the Bill that it was in exact conformity with their did antics. I have seen no reason therefore to change the opinion which 1 then deliberately formed. Indeed 1 do not understand that l Ain now asked to reverse my judgment because it was wrong. The application addressed to me is to change the Law in View of the expression of a wish by Congress in Ari informal Mariner that it should be so changed As to Render warrants assignable. The application rests on a singular misconception of the principles of Law and of the up. Some ten different departments of the the Law is admitted to lie in accordance with my decision. Recognising it to be so the House of representatives passed a joint Resolution making warrants assignable. The Senate concurred in the Resolution with amendments. Storming an Indian stronghold. The Sonora i or Aid of Jan. 2 my gives the follow i a interesting account of the taking of an Indian Rauchen among the mountains about the head Waters of tie Mariposa. The expedition was undertaken on account of the murder of three men at Savage s Camp of the Fresno Creek a company of seventy five men Well equipped started from Agua Frio under the guidance of Savage. Alter travelling some distance the company a a divided into two bodies one Havu g charge of the pro visions and baggage who were directed to encamp while the others pushed on in search of the indians. The latter division Lorty live in number continue on the Trail till dusk when Savage told them he heard indians singing and said it would not be Safe to Advance any Larther. All stood still but none could hear the singing except Savage himself. I hey then crept along very cautiously a Little further in their stocking Leet. And Laid Down for the night arranging themselves in a suitable manner Lor defence. With the first Glimmer of Light next morning they saw an Indian on i Peak acting As Sentinel. He was looking directly at them and continued to do so for some time. But As they remained perfectly quiet he was unable to detect the nature of the objects before him until the Light grew stronger a and then he suddenly gave a whoop. Instantly the americans sprang to their feet and rusted towards the Rancheria. They had to climb up the Walls Asil climbing a tree. The spot selected was one impregnable by nature. Or. W i a on said that a dozen White men could defend it against 2.htm of their equal. It was a vast Basin in the top of the Mountain with Walls almost . Down which Large a d Loose rocks could be rolled upon an Anny of a Quot umlaut so As com Deteky to prevent them from climbing the Steep and Rug de sides. But the americans gained the Heights before be alarm had been sufficiently Given and then ensued a most furious engagement which lasted t Iree hours and a half. Forty four of the indians were killed and the Rancheria fired. The screeching that followed was described As 1hot heart rending and tar re can be Little doubt that Many of the Obi women and children were burned to death. The loss on the american Side was one killed one mortally wounded and five or six others More or less injured. This Rancheria is described a the largest Ever yet discovered in California covering about four acres with the houses or huts it was wholly unknown to Savage himself. Several tribes were collected together and the number of Brave or warriors could not be less than one thousand. From four to live Hundred were present at the engagement we have described and they said that 6t8> others had been ent off Quot to attack Mariposa. The location of this ran Rhona was on the Fresno about 40 Miles from Savage s Carnap just at the commencement of the snows in the mountains some Lio or 7t Miles from Sonora. After the Battle we Over the chiefs from the Hill top told Savage they would have shown a better fight Only to he of their braves bad been sent to destroy Mariposa and that no White Man would be found alive there. Savage says the Force of the indians is much greater than has been supposed heretofore. They can raise some fifteen thousand braves and according to All accounts the name of Brant is not applied incorrectly. They say that All the indians from Oregon to the Colorado Are league together and have sworn eternal enmity to the White face henceforth and forever. Kaity Sci. A i can Tell when a woman a face is Beautiful said a Friend to is the other Day a but i Don t know what you can Call a handsome we height have referred him to the popular romances of the present Day for thedes Cristion of Manly Beauty but having litle sympathy for Lumler mum. It rantes a. Osgood. To her a torte Norse. Of. Saw be a it a Errata Are so Only so due this it Sinty mini Darli r. Of Mia with a us of her mane that to gym As Jet. With a dance and a prance and a of Nylic curve she is off she is stepping Superty away Lier dark a peaking Eye full of Pride and of play. Those Pervert being with expansive brows of of she Ratthe it tall part had the a Fredris snowy whiteness Oblong drooping deep Ormy fearless my Peerless or loved lady Jam pier reing Blue or Black or Grey eyes finely chiselled features Rich Wavy curls and All the her Silken ears lifted when danger is nigh minutia of Fane Al perfection we simply said j a a kindle the in Fol in Fier re flute Eye we believed there was no particular Standard of iof who us ,.wfer in so say my j part a urn Mil l glance on me teaming with soul com Mist Toutt for to military Are informed that the Board of commissioners upon whom has been devolved the duty of selecting a location for the proposed military Asylum authorized by an of the last session of Congress Are nearly ready to set out upon their Mission of examination. It is composed of the following distinguished gentlemen Gen. Scott. General in chief generals Wool and Twiggs commanding the Eastern and Western division of the army Gen. Jesup of the Lart Ermas terms department Gen. Gibson of the subsistence department Gen. , col. Earned acting of the paymasters department Gen. Law son surgeon general and Gen. Jones the adjutant general. Within the next ten and returned it to the House where it was lost Days they pro a Ose to visit mount Vernon and a a a a a a a a a some other Eastern Points after which a por Peoria rail commissioners tto fice in another column in relation to opening books for subscription. Vein ing the . Benton in a a a Patch dated Pittsburgh. 2tith nit. Informs the Public that be will address the citizens of St Lotus a on wednesday to Morrow evening 2d j Lxi the Gazette will have to take la Otford fit Beautiful painting. We would Call attention to an advertisement i another column in relation to some Beautiful Phijit mgr which May be seen at the Barret House. Rail Road meeting at our readers Are reminded that the Monmouth Hail Road meeting will be held on saturday 5th inst. It is desirable that Burlington a Fiorio be largely represented. We hoj get that a Al who can go will make it convenient to be Preterite. We ought not to expect the Illinois Xuy come to us. And it should be borne in �?��?�4 tout thus far Burlington ians have tailed Retro cd in person to the numerous Invita-t�?~0b extended by our neighbors. That a the Gazette Hava to a Oral courage to Correct its errors and in i j tit its readers aright Lor once by publishing note of Gen. Juries of Rhode in land ad-1 by Inui to or. Sprague in which the a neral announces Hii self a whig in general Tariff Tuan in particular. 7 or will that i or a fill insist that he is a Clear grit demo off Sjma a Errott f in Utic lecture in Iduru Luu. It requested to a Fate that col. Ii. Sixtos jr., of Public in Struc for will deliver a Public lecture on the it Ibbett of eau ratio at the methodist Episco pm Church this evening a 7 o clock. From want of time to on the amendments. It is not pretended that Congress has changed the Law but. It is said it indicate a purpose to do so and having failed to carry that purpose into effect. I a Mere executive officer am gravely called on to assume the province of the legislature and to do what Congress would probably have done if it had carried its intentions into effect. No argument can be necessary to prove that 1 have no Power to do any 1 such thing. If i were to attempt it my action would be void and justly expose me to the imputation of a Gross violation of duty. If the executive department should undertake to look beyond the acts of Congress and to speculate As to what wee the probable wishes of the major it v of the two houses where would lie the limits to their discretion and what would become of the division of the Powers of tire government w hich is the great safeguard of Public Liberty and private right if i were to be at Liberty in this Case to change the la because there was known to be a majority in both houses of Congress favourable to the change Why might not the Secretary of the Treasury pay or. Ritchie the indemnity which he sought or the president direct the disbursement of the Large sums specified in the River and Harbour Bill to make improvements contemplated by that Bill because it is quite As Well know la that majorities of both houses were in favor of those measures the a it Ella it seems to forget that there is j something More than the ask ent of the two houses Necess Ary to the Validity of the Law even when formally expressed. The Sanction of the president must be Given to it and although in this particular Case i doubt not that the president would have cheerfully approved the . If it had been passed by Congress i cannot forbear from adverting to the tact that the principles contended for by the Appellant j would abrogate practically the whole Power of the executive in this Imp Rotart particular. 1 am very respectfully your obit svit signed Alex ii. H. Stuart j a Butterfield Elm a Secretary. Commissioner of the general land office. it air Al new Lork. New York March 1"�?2 p. M. The effect of the a form lat night was severely Felt on Staten Island. The Woods along the Shore were submerged by the heavy tide which made a Complete a reach Over it Ami several of the Dock. The health officers a lock at quarantine was much damaged. The new Bulkhead recently built at Stapleton was partially washed away. Portions of a wrecked Brig were carried High upon the Beach. Vanderbelt a lauding w As also damaged by toe heavy a All the ves Els at Anchor at Staten ged their anchors considerably. On the North and Kam River the tide role above the docks Ami it i fear �1 that some of the Collmus steamers in the Corner Stream have received serious damage. On the North Side of the cite. And in the Vicinity of Rector Albany Washington West and other streets Many families have been driven from their houses Ami some compelled to take Refuge in the station House. One family was rescued from a cellar in which they Neaily lost their lives. Bed bedding and other Arti nearly Island drag Tion of the Board w ill extend their examinations to the Vicinity of new Orleans and thence up the Mississippi Ami Tibio Rivers. The will probably be absent some five or six sat. Intel. The Rio he to Man in i have thought for some time i would write to your paper something in relation to the richest Man in air Mia and the largest slaveholder in the Union and. Perhaps in the world unless the Serls of Russia be considered slave and the wish in your paper a Tew a lavs ago to know whom it was a a a wealthy in Virginia induces me to write Litis now. Samuel Hairston of pit Sylvania i the gentleman. When i was in ins Section a year or two ago be was the owner of Between a Tkv to Quot Ami 1.7 h slaves in his own right having but a Little Vav Hile lie fore taken a Ceu Tut. He Aho has a prospective right to a it it la kit slaves More which Are now owned by his Mother in Law mrs. Ruth Lalii stun he hav ing married her Only child. He now has the management of them which makes the number of Bis slaves reach near three thousand. They increase at the rate of near every year and he has to Purchase a Large Plantation every year to Settle them on. A Large number of his plantations Are in Henry and Patrick counties Virginia. He h. S Large estates in North Carolina. I landed Pion Terry in stocks alone is ask Ossed at $fiod.0uu. His wealth is differently estimated at from $3.<rmi,0u0 to $5.huu.u it Ano i should think it was nearer the latter. You think he a a hard lot but i assure you or. Hairston manages ail his matters As easy As most person. Would an estate of lie has overseers w to Are compelled to give him a w Ritten statement of what is in a be and spent on each Plantation and i negroes Are clothed and leu trom his own Domestic manufacture and raising. Leaving his tobacco crop which is immensely Large As so much Clear Gam every year besides his increase in negroes which is a Loi tune of itself. And now for his residence. I have travelled i Over fifteen slates of this Union Ami have Nev i or seen anything comparable to his Vard and Garden a except some of them in the Mississippi id tax and none of them equal to it. Mrs. Hairston has been beautifying it for years and a Good old minister in i caching near the place and describing Paradise std a a it was As Beautiful As m s. Hairstone so or As a Friend who had visited Washington City for the first time i remarked thai a a the Public grounds were nearly As handsome As Samuel Hairston so or. Hairston is a Plain unassuming gentleman has never mule any noise in the world though he could vie with the bruces the Mcdonough and the Astor and it is strange that while i their wealth is co extensive w Ith the Union he in not known Phi Miles from Home. I believe i be is now the wealthiest Man in the Union a win. B. Astor is Only Worth about and the estates of City people Are vastly overrated Rule or. Hairston eau show the proper i to that will bring the Cash at any moment. Or. Hairston was raised within a few Miles of where he now lives in Henry county. He i has several Brothers who Are pretty Well to a to in the world. of them Marshall Hairston floating about the Dock and of Henry county owns More than 7� negroes. A a a a a t a ,. A it a a a i a a i n a to a i la i tit it Lye a it Wal be seen by reference to our Adver Tise Uig columns that s. I. Burnap is now re Kis a Prog Stock a drugs medicines it ill a to or. I keeps a general so every thing in Bis line. but four seventeen Dayr a a that the diver end Cle May be seen a a altogether the scene is one which has never before Tieu w witnessed by the Eye of Man. On the Jersey coast much damage is feared As the Stoiu must have been severe in that Quarter. The a a earner Alabama due on tuesday not arrived. The ship or Witt Ilton arrived from Liverpool lost thirty one pay engers by hip Ever. Forty now on Board sick. A r Imp. Being balance on mexican indemnity was paid Troia the Treasury to Day. Theft uni of for Southern learn from a late number of the Southern press published at Washington that it a not done pay a a a business mice its establishment. Fisher a Alvs he has been compelled to pay a a a round a pm out of i own pocket a to keep it going. We Are right glad to hear tin. No paper ought to be sustained w hich seeks the dissolution of the g a a tub. Vej Good a Are now conveyed from Pittsburgh by the was Cleveland to Lin Tum i Nihi it hours the first i am old a get be Pittsburgh and Cleveland armed at the City on the 18th. The Hera a a it Fly this route me a is. Clarke Parks a co., will i Aulo Crry f �,1�?o i�11 p,7 , i , f Dollar i it or Hundred k>uii<1, delivering it hours iter shipment. During the season old us water on the Ohio the River charges on freight Are about seventy file cent per and the tune occupied by Barge ten to i shut the difference of tune a i i in h a re i ecu a ass # a a a a to heard Iron. The result is thu Sta considered Pittsburgh men wants we a. ,7/i>ttt�ore, de 26.Iii saw ver. Whig advantageous to Send goods re a l .eve.and, a Atwood fires of 1 11,72<>. The House a messes. Choike Parks a co. A it n 1 r a express line of boat Lor tins pm or of to Ravenna they must do considerable Leigh tag of in a a via 12. We High u7 democrats and 25 free a i he our towns to be Herd from sent it ear r democrats. The Senate consists of i whom 6 or 7 Are democrats a a a 2 or 3 doubtful. The legislature must it a govenor from the two highest candidates w or Sawyer will be Goven Post to it it Fri it to i the a balance of. Horton a re hot a i Aleck Scot Ness. _ new y Ork March 26. The Crescent City arrived last night a he left charge on the a Ltd i of March Bhe $517,<>00 in Gold on height. There a been a decided improvement in business in san Francisco. The Indian difficulty in California still online. No election As a Oen. I.�,u�h6 bout i of Cabin passengers yet for United states senator. A English emigrants a route for Salt m of to a 1 Fly a Quot Bale Hearty a it oking �?��1 r.��? j n l lob of a Ober and drinking cellar in Boston mass. Ital the follow ing sign a spiritual Knock in a Down Here a Robert Hairston who now lives in miss i Ippi. Near 1,000, and Hardin Hairston who has Al of moved to mis is Ippi. About 000 slaves. George Hairston of Henry has Given Almott All his property to Bis children reserving Only about 150 for his own use. This i believe is a Correct account of the circumstances of the Hairston family. Combo Eoutz. He Tuond Imig i a. Beautifully Nav a. Judge Dellahunt has written a letter to the Memphis enquirer declining to be a candidate for governor of Lenn. From it we make the following Beautiful extract on the Homestead exemption Law. Secure to each family whose labor Mav acquire it. A Little spot of the free Earth that it can Call its own that will bean Asylum in times of adversity from which the Mother and the children uld age infancy can a till draw sustenance and obtain Protection though misfortune Mav Rob the m of All ele and they w it decl they Are still free still entitled to walk the Green Earth and a breathe the free air of heaven in a a Fiance of the Potency and pm Evver of accumulated wealth and the domineering of the pretending or ambition. The of that consecrated of will make them warriors in Rimes a of eternal strife. A those shocks of Corn a said Xenophon a inspire those who raise them with courage to defend them. The largest of them in the Field is a a Pize exhibited in the Middle of the stage to Crown the secure a Home to every Hamdy whose honest Lobor May obtain one against the weak is vice or misfortunes of the father arid you will net the Aff a Fiji. Of the child in years of Man-1, by a stronger bund than any consideration that could exist Lle will remember where he gambled in Bis Early youth the Lieam a upon whose flowery Banks he has played Ami in whose lined Waters be has bathed the family altar where he Felt a to their a to a and a Mot Ber love and the Green spot within that litle Homestead where sleep the loved and a he lust. The mileage allowed messes. Wright and t last session of Conte a. For their 5 to Gilbert this last a a ,. Iota ref to and from Ali Nrma is eyeing according to the usually travelled route he of Panama seven the it us Ai a modes. Or. Grin a constructive mileage for the extra a Aon of the Serur amrut to $ll,2tv. Ence to i sex and we think that a were Correct. A a it to not like a pretty Man w Ith Ircy Lisp arid pretty walk. With hands that prettily part a fan. And delicate Lis that prettily talk a says a lady at our Elbow an interesting and sensible one too. We believe As a general think. Ladies do not like what Are called pretty men their style of lace is too softly feminine there is generally no break up in the of expression no so Den gleam of Joy no flitting Ray of thoughts they Are like a cloudless sky which need a Here a to Nav ire a rav of it Fark Clouds there a broken line of Fleecy vapor Here a Bright spot of Brilliant Blue there a Paie azure a a Ort of almost imperceptible blending into the White pure Light that sometimes silvers our Northern heavens a w Ith a dazzling Wreath to make its Beauty impressive and lingering. Gentlemen remember i does not need the air and face of an Adonis to please and interest a ladies. Only let us read upon the countenance the stamp of a cultivated mind or the Quick Light Iii upon the Eye As some generous impulse prompt t it in of kindness let is behold you at once dignified and Corteous gentle and refined to All alike even to the erring delicate in your attentions Seji scially to the ladies unbending in your will Only when in the absolute right gentlemanly in your address and neat in Fierson. And w e w ill Al a those whose opinion is of any value of course pronounce you handsome. Without a dissenting voice. Remember that the qualities of the heart and the actions of the life stamp the features with Ari Sineff Ceable Mark either with goodness and cultivate those Otic Branch. The Washington find in tins paper the follow my card from the pen of Matr Jonelson the new editor. Having purchased the Washington Union i take the Liberty of announcing to its readers and to the Public that i shall take pm a cd a Ion of it on the 15th of april next by which period i will arrange my private Aliulis so that they will not interfere with my duties As editor. Gen. Robert Armstrong a a Tennessee will be associated with me Asey Jual proprietor of the establishment. In becoming the purchaser of this paper i fear that i assume a Tak As its editor greatly too much for my poor Abii ites but i could not decline it pressed upon me As it has been by tiie friends of the democratic party and constrained As or. R techie conceives Hunsel to of to retire from the press. I cannot flatter inns a a i that lean bring to this service a powered dial to that of the web ran whom i succeed but i Hope by my Industry and Zeal not to i Pappou t altogether the Hopes of those to whose counsel i have yielded. It is not intended on this occasion to say More than is proper to apprise the Public of the deposition which has been made by or. Ritchie of the paper he has so Long and so ably conducted Ami which has been devoted i Liso much Zeal to the cause of democracy. When placed in oses it us a of the Esta Lehment i shall state at length the general principles which will. 1 Hope have a tendency to promote the Union of a Good republicans and heal those divisions which have threatened not Only their party organization. But the peace and Harmony of the whole country. In the meantime 1 throw myself upon the indulgence of the great Republican and democratic party for the support which May be due to one who can Promise so Little to justify the Confidence w hich has been Given him in Advance. A. J. Poeih lotion of the United the National intelligencer is indebted to the i illness of the superintendent of the cent a for the follow ing table of the population of the United states As near As can be ascertained at present from the certificates of the marshal the ratio of representation and number of representatives to each state which that amount of population will give the fractions left to each state &.c. Now Fleet a a fairy be a pee a or the Plain my Darling my , my own lady Jaue tire her rein let her go like a a Haft in a a How. Like a uni on ilm Wing a he u speeding i Trow a Light of heart Lithe of limb with a a pint All ire yet swayed and Umed by my in lat desire though daring yet Dot a Ilc and Sportive but True incr nature s the noblest that Ever i knew. Pfow a he flings Hock her Bead. In her Dainty disdain my Beauty my Graceful my Gay lady Jane from the ladies Ite Kiu try. The prize piano. Along the pavement lies a Shadow thrown by the Moonlight it follows a Man whose eager Steps have led hint far in Advance of a throng that has just emerged trom a Public Hall. Swifter becomes his Pace and louder sound his Heel strokes on the hard pavement till suddenly he turns and Springs up a flight of Steps. I extravagant but we have a comfortable a True and a pleasant one a returned the husband. It perhaps a Little soberly. We have expended $200 in furniture and we have made some debts but our Houie is so much More inviting and we have so a Many More friends i am not sorry. A besides Harry we be got along so w Ell folks expect something of us and it is Well to make a Little display. W Hen you get into business As you Hope you la a to the better for it. 1 agree with you Anna and by the by 1 May As Well Tell you now. Or. T., i my pm Lover told me to Day that or. A. The husband of the woman who did not like our chairs would be obliged to give i up his store on account of not being Able l to meet notes that t. He it la is Anil he said that if i Coull make arrangements with or. S., 1 might take the business and have time to pay the notes. The business is profitable and i should do Well. In less than two weeks Henry Bieber was installed proprietor of a a Tore. The establishment was forthwith handsomely fitted up and he commenced business with a glow ing Prospect. Before he got fairly started he Felt sorely the need of his two Hundred dollars which he had by sprigs up a mini of Steps lie applies his night keys to a lock. It will not i Recti in i parlor but his credit was Good and he exercised it. He had a Lair run of custom and his profits were Consi tolerable. His fashionable friends thought him to be doing Well work. He becomes impatient nervously jerks the Bell wire and that Momenta sen ant opens thedoor. He speeds to the the sitting room where his wife awaits and he mingled in their company like a lord. Concerts soirees Ami , besides private parties social Ami musical were frequent. Annals position required her to attend All of the Best Clas it and him and without stopping to take breath exclaims us Annail you had been at the concert we be got it of but its a handsome one Rose Wood carved spleen ded tone it w ill be Here in the then the poor fellow was obliged to Eav it were incurred but Len take a breathing a Pell and his wife had u As enjoying himself like a Prince till an Opportunity to express her Joy at his pm gtd Fortune. Her husbands ticket had drawn a very handsome piano at a prize concert. Before ten o clock the following morning the instrument was deposited at the do a it a of their neat Little parlor Henry Heber was a Lively trustworthy Young Man who bad a situation at a salary of one thousand dollars her annul in a wholesale store in Pearl Street. He lived in a Small but comfortable House in the Western part of the City which he had built Wili the Money his wife had brought within a few weeks of the time w Hen his notes became due Busi Uesi grew Slack a i Clouds began to gather in the future. The pressure continued. His but Ines .1 item in in or m e. The people of America w ill have cause Vears hence to lament that so utile pains has been bestowed upon the preservation of the lege mls and traditions to our Early history More especially those connected with the Indian tribes. A hat new Ltd it user in Buffalo for instance would Reagine that Only a few years a Delap de since red men w Ere More plentiful in our streets than Pale faces and yet the writer can almost feel the warm grasp of Farmer s brother so honest hand and can re Eal As an event of yesterday the is Pinciu where a red jacket swayed by Bis eloquence the Stern warriors a the Iroquois. We Sli ail have a work i to say a Ere Long about the desecration that has almost destroyed �11 Trace even of the spot where a keeper awake is Buriely but at present Only w ish to Rescue from total oblivion a tradition of Buffalo which was recalled tour memory a few even ing since by an Early settler Here. It was during the late War with a re it Britain that the senecas then very numerous in this Vicinity received a i it it a from tribe Etc a Britain am dwelling upon some reserved lands in Canada. The stranger represented himself As a deserter from the English army and asked an Asylum among the Iroquois. His representations were plausible but the suspicious character of the indians i Touhl not allow his request to be granted without deliberation and a Council assembled to debate the question. The then favorite Council ground of the Seneca a was upon a Gray a Bank where now stand the buildings known As Kali Cott Square. Here on a Bright summer sunday assembled the tribunal of Hie red men and. With ail solemnity never equalled in the deliberations of Whites they proc exiled with their investigations i the subject of which was calmly seated at Short did Tancic As unmoved As though his j not met and lie had but one alternative let his friends know How matters stood or sell his furniture at auction. The Sale w As made at a sacrifice to be sure but his credit was saved. Their House was leased and Anna and Henry took rooms at a first a a a hotel this their him. This wife was a woman Pion required. Their fashionable for one who had not a Litt c fashionable mends that these changes had ambition and w Ith but one child a prom been Mae cause mrs. Heber Eon Tern Ising Blue eyed boy who had just began a bed spending tiie summer at a fast Uon to prattle they were getting on swim watering place. Six months passed i i Gly in the world. Anna was do end it a us this wife a l i�4� what lighted beyond telling with the prize i j a fashionable life was and without an Enano and it really was a splendid instr arc revolution of their habits they could intent in Stylc not at All in with no economize. The kept up appear .1. R a we a dial not afford him the Means to meet his Jfe Hung not upon the decisions of that payments. He was ruined if they were dread court. Each so Neca whose position admitted him to a place within the Council spa it be in Brief upon the subject. The decision was verdict was Adverse to to e stranger and a he was sentenced to be executed As a spy. The Council was broken up and a Fannery a brother Union whom had fallen the execution of the sentence stepped a lowly to the Side of the prisoner and addressed Hisiu in a Low but impressive tune. He informed him o the result of the Council of its sentence and offered him the Opportunity to urge his denial of the charge proved against him but warned him to prepare for immediate it death. Slates. Free population. Slaves. Pm. Pren Tarne pm up elation. 5-2,02� 31�,00.1 do 4.7 24 314,322 147,549 379,013 Maine v ii. Mas. Venn it k gland 5>nn. X. York 3,990,818 a. Jersey a 4s9,6s Lynn. 2.341 24 Ohio 1,0�vjm in Lina 990,258 win main 305,566 Smtih i Gau 307,571� Illinois 850.000 Iowa 1d2.000 California 200.000 Maryland 402.071 Virginia 940,000 x Carol Ina 480,000 a 280,000 550,000 Honda 45,000 Alabama 440,000 my i a ppm 300,000 Lou i i an a 250,000 Teaa Arkansas m Naos i Tenn a a k Uius by la aware 52 n o. Of Kepr Catt alive and Fra it fans. 0 22,070 8 3h.i75 10 i 3 34,703 1 54,374 3,91.385 33 24.010 5 21,0 i d 25 11.804 21 25,241 10 58,408 3 20,0� 8 4 24,�72 9 11,416 2 5,94� 2 13,048 to e furniture of their parlor. After she she had thu mined on the keys a few minutes she looked up archly and said to her husband a you know i am but an indifferent player Harry and if Fin to discourse music for you i must have some new music books and a teacher. A certainly you must have a teacher and ill look out for one to Day. Who would would recommend mrs. Brown a asked the ii d Igent husband turning to a lady who had called to see and hear the prize Oshe Hall hoped to get. A Yeh 1 hardly know returned the lady a there Are a Numier of excellent ances but every Day his business Embar assents pressed harder till at length he must get help rothis fashionable friends or make an assignment. He applied to numerous intimate acquaintances but found them though they admired his style of living and relished the dinners he had Given thought him a Good a fellow at concerts and soirees if Thev were to be believed their Embarrass ments were Cupial to his and none could help him to a Dollar. He realized the popular end a if a Man is flown give him a thrust trample the beggar into the dust pro u in t o s poof Tiyo a quite appalling Knock him Oer and kick Hwn for falling a i ring is i ome. At least arc have had Spring weath a for a week past in the a parts anti people Are beginning to think about Gardemn. However we would advise them or Swallow a Loes not make a summer and War must expert some frosty weather the present month. Cal Fig graft should be performed immediately if not already d it be. Breseke them in a Box of Damp Moss or saw dust in a cellar til wanted for grafting next month. Trap pets should he pruned now. As they w ill bleed h Olly if Cut when the sap is in Active motion. Pruning Tret. And shrubs generally May be performed now As Well As any time. It is also a Good tue for planting Trees if the ground is not too wet. Stedt of Hardy v vegetables As peas parsnips lettuce ac., May be sown now it the ground is in a to cd order. But those who win a to obtain a a of my a Uppit of Early vegetables should make a hot bed. Or to Uttke a hoi common size of the Frame is ten or twelve feet lord of a a i four or five feet wide. The front Board or Plank about nine inches undo and the Back in inches so As to rive the toward the us and to carry a a if the wet. The Sash Are made without Cross bars and the panes of task Lap on each other the same a for sky Light a Rex it is of buildings. Persons who Mav have old windows however can use them for this purpose by making the Frame of prof ter size to fit the Sash. The bed is formed of stable manure in a state of fermentation. It should eur a Coutain Good proportion of litter but not to mgt much and be in a moist eos Notton. A a select a dry spa it of ground in a convenient place sheltered Fri in North Ami West winds and open to the Sun. Drive a stake at each Corner allow ing a fax get each Way larger than the size of the Frame then put on the manure mixing it thoroughly and i pressing Down by treading observing to keep the pile level am of uniform Quality. The requisite height or Quantity of manure tor the bed depends on the time it of year and the purple for which it is designed. A bed made in March or april a imply for bringing Forward plants of Eurto vegetables Flowers a. Only need a moderate degree of beat and but for a few weeks and two or three feet in height w ill be sufficient. Put on the Frame or Sash and a let stand three or four Days for the heat to arise then put six or eight inches of Fine Garden Earth inside the Frame and let it Starnal two or three slavs to become w Arm and allow the first rank steam to Pas soft and at a a. Then level the Beds sow the seed straightening his Noble form Ami a Traw. I ,. ,. A. Tend carefully to giving air Ami share i Lus Blanket More closely about him j a a a. Quot. Tron hot Sun ice. I r More particular instructions see any w Ork on Ohio Cuit Icatar teachers in the City but i think the gentle the assignment came and Henry Heber Man recently from 1 Ari it or. P a a fell in mercantile phrase from a Toner the Best Llis terms Are High but my girls go to him and they make great 150,00$ 590,000 800,00# 7s2, it do,227 00,355 516,374 5 �0 994 460,000 1,210,000 13 4 712 280,000 048,000 a 8 14 350.900 490.000 5 24 12� 355,000 774.000 8 2 5d2 22,000 58,000 1 330.000 038,000 6 8 0 320.000 492.000 5 2�> 120 200,000 370,000 3 90 472 50.000 120,000 1 36 �24 45,000 177,000 1 83 726 91.547 �44.d18 6 5 772 2 �0,000 950,011# 10 18 21 ,000 Dos ,600 v a 016 2,032 ,676 1 222 Yvo Faliti of the state of Illinois. A in 1839 the total value of Wal estate anal personal Prcz Perty if the so ate of Illinois was $58.88v a a it. The rate of state fax that year was two Mills on the Al Otler. The Gross amount of state tax in 8117.77d 10 file lusting abatement Ami commissions it was $its�2i9l ��?~3. Hie flue the state from counties then was $1.83 4 a it. The Iii Teres on s-io<�1 Funel w As $14,236 t 8. In Isth i the total value of re i estate and personal property was $ i ��5,432,752, 13. The rate of state tax a 5.hmills the Gross amount of state tax a $�>12,128 19. The total and a a my deducting abatement anal commissions $578. 763 81. The Tia Lance Niue the state from counties $77,861 42. The interest on school fund $53,183. The Gross amount of state tax from 1839 to 1849. Inclusive was $2.740.871 59. Ase a Al on a v valuation amounting in the net to $879.191.683 19. Aba tents anal commissions $�96,731 35. Net amount of state tax $2.544,135 24. The total amount of interest paid on Collie and 8eminary fund $554,1 797. Re Woood morning a a morning a Squire Fine Flay for the crop a yes but what to the matter with your face Ruben you have had a fight i a vhf yes Squire. Me Ami Jim Hopkins we had an old grudge anal last night we fit it out. A and which whipped. a a Well Squire we fit a Eye yes 1 know but which whipped a a a Well. Squire we fit considerable and a a a Ruben i suspect that you ran a a a run in Al rather a Well How did it result then a a Well Squire Jim he fit Strong anal i was flow n Good Mornin Squire there a the t cow a a Well what the Fluce did you do you unix planning. Josephus coat faced individual. Yvo hat did Vou do a a Well i did no to run. A Squire a said rub. Sulkily l jest kind of went away a chant to a clerk. In this last he lost Many acquaintances but no real Friendt. House did not go in the wreck1. In Pano a i in concert. Iuse r was Anna s property and they i could now occupy it. It is furnished in Plain style with one exception the prize piano. It is a treasure for Manv reasons. Ing the stranger looked his accuser in the Eye but a poke not a word. After a pause when it had become evident that no be Fence was to be looked for from the prisoner. Farmers brother retired a a Pace slowly cocked his Rifle and presented it directly at the face of the other. The latter raised his hand with a in Otic in As dignified As Calm Ami depressed the muzzle of the Rifle to his breast and there without further sign held it. The next instant saw the Brave stretched in death up on the receding footsteps of the stoical executioner. No White Man interfered Vith this summary of aboriginal Justice though Many were within hearing of the fatal Buffalo courier. And i liked him. I must go to the St a re now but before i come Home to Tea ill see him. And with these words Henry hastened to his business. Mrs. Heber bad Many visitors during the Day and All were delighted with the piano but a number of them thought it would show to better advantage if the it Arlor were furnished in the late style. When the husband came Home in the evening he brought to his wife the glad tidings that or. P had been engage j de. And would give her the first lesson on the following monday. In the evening while Ayou Glady who j was visiting them sat at the piano. Anna ii neral Jack on. General Jackson a firmness in Public affairs needs no illustration and big private life offers some Strong instances of the indomitable will that surmounted evil he lessons its history teaches Are profit Ery obstacle to the accomplishment of his Able and its music is profitable for Anna wishes gives instruction upon it to a number of pupils for the purpose of assisting her Hud it and to make another Start in the world. Three years ago we found ourselves at Nashville with a letter of introduction to the heir of the hero s estate. The drive is some fifteen Miles Over an Excel not Long since Henry met a Friend who Jent Turnpike when in accordance with accosted him with a going to the prize concert a not i. Fin 19a no ins. Dry Fitch in one of his lecture on the lung Ami on the male to of preserving health say a a darning is the King and Queen of Quot indoor exercise. It is suitable for All classes. It is a most elegant and to rat exhibiting exercise. It is one of the most ancient and one of the most salutary. 1 do not speak of it As a dissipation but As an v ulu Able exercise. Among the exercises it is second to bum. It a extremely suitable for the sedentary for invalids and a Case of consumption i Ever knew cure by dancing alone practice daily for Many months. The cure was permanent and Complete. A it is deplorable that dancing and amusement of nearly All kinds should have fallen under the ban of tiie clergy and should be preached against As sinful. It is doubtful whether the moral of Mankind Are Bear fitted by forbid do g All amusements and it i us it St certain the health of thousands is sacrificed try it. Win Are those that sinks earliest into co sump a you might draw the piano. A i have been fortunate that Way once and that will answer. Come to my House Tion among ladies. Allow me to say. It South Western ideas of retirement a de to kit. What it take least exercise Aud Retour of halt a mile is made Down a com Frains Rothall amusements a w if a at school Parat ively narrow Road to a Gate leading Home Are marked As models i to the Hermitage a in mansion with a Luks Are demure whose walk is front supported by six corinthian columns show and a flu it be conversation is Aiwaz was thinking of the remarks her guest evening if you draw the prize had male about new furniture and it did seem toilet that the carpet was not just a ugh a figure As so splendid a piano should set upon. Henry perhaps was having a similar train of thought for glancing around the parlor he remarked a that piano puts rather a Blush on the other furniture. A so it Doe a returned Anna a and in be been thinking that we ought at least to have a new carpet Ami i would like to have it before i commence my lessons. A Well think about it a answered the husband rather indifferently. But on the Morrow Anna was invited to walk up town and a handsome costly car Jet was purchased. Mrs. Brown Over the Way saw the upholsterer leave it and when he took his leave she hurried across to mrs Heber a. She admired it Verv Ami i will give you the history of my piano. It might be a Good lesson the Friend was not the Lucky ticket Holder but his curiosity being awakened he called on Henry and Learned the Story which you have read dear Reader. C Ori Sider whether it is not a practical lesson. Anecdote of Jefferson. Or. Stansbury in a Arthur s Home surrounded by grounds neatly and tastefully arranged. With general Jackon a a civil and military acquirement he had not combined a very thorough education in architecture or picturesque design for military discipline Camp fire Ami the Vicissitudes of Frontier life had Given him More knowledge of planning a let Atlle than an Architrave and the effective arrangement of a Campaign than of grecian pro i Tanj rate from the Road up on serious subjects. A in a few years death docs his work and their Long prayed for Haven is soon obtained. No it greater truth was Ever uttered than that a religion never i Desi Ned to make oar pleasure in a a portions. Gazette relate he following a Jajio t e a a Quot a a h r Gate open there t a or a is a gentle Rise of land terminating in a a ii i "t50 i thu a Intro s to Beautiful Mound Hondred Anil filter Jardi he had perched he a count eat on t. A u Mountain height commanding a Ina Mai ,. A a r or Temple As the architect of m. Peter a or the Parthenon could have a desired ? and cent pro it pet but exposed to the sweep of wintry winds and not very convenient of Access. Not far from Montebello and within the Bounds of his estate was a solitary Ami lofty Hill so situated As to be exposed to the blasts of the two currents professions. What a mistaken estimate of the True nobility of profession than Man makes who Abandons the culture of the soil 1 or the Pursuit of Trade or for any of i e a Learned All honest toil is honorable and dignified just in proportion As it an were the necessities of Man and add to Hutnan Comfort and Independence. The upon the other Side of the Mound we Hax e Iller the m therefore ranks first he described Towart a Ravine or Hullow is the Itsell. Fri it a the Road by much. It was to handsome it made Tho a j of wind coining up through the valleys fashioned Centre table look anon different sides of it. Or. Jefferson a immediately saw the Force of this re a thought this would be an admirable Posi Mark and was not Long in finding it out. I Tion Lor a Windmill and having recently a new Centre table was forthwith select invented a Model for a saw Mill to be moved by vertical sails he sent for an Engineer and submitted it to his judgement. The Man of professional science examined the plan and listened with profound at Edo Grace the parlor and several splendidly bound volume were purchased to Lay upon it and the next evening a solar lamp of the newest Patern threw from the table a Mellow Light Over the new carpet. Tention and deference to or. Jefferson s mrs. Smith called the next Day to see explanation of it and to his eloquent Illus Anna. Her Circle of acquaintance was ration of the advantage it would secure Large and of course there were Smiths having heard him through and being ask As Well As brow is within it. The Ladye i by the he thought was seated on one of the rather old fashionable chairs and she soon became fidgety. Of it a he replied with great sincerity Llinat it was a most ingenious idea and was decidedly the Best plan for a Sawmill he a you have got a Beautiful Centre table j had Ever seen. Jefferson was delighted but you w ill excuse me if i say these and forthwith entered into a written agree chairs Are j ment for the erect in of such a Mill on or. Smith was a Plain spoken woman the neighbouring height. The work went bravely on the inventor very frequently mounting his horse and a Riding Over to see How it proceeded. When the Frame As then Smiths generally Are and Anna excused her. When the lady bowed her self out of the door Anna took a Calm stir vey of her Little parlor and was obliged to i was up and the building approached its acknowledge that mrs. Smith had judged completion the Engineer Rode Over to correctly the style of the chairs was too Montebello to obtain a Supply of Money births of eminent personage a Joanna bail heavy for that of the piano and table. And to get some direction about the Sallie who a literary life stretches Back into the they were promptly removed and a set Juffer i it a kept him to dinner an j when a tax of workmanship took their Smith sir to la a Reynolds and the great Man who figured before the French revolution expires on sunday evening the 231. Aged 89. Site alway lived in retirement and latterly in strict seclusion in her Retreat at Hampstead. The literary Fame which she had acquired by her own work a aided in no Small Dezree by the a Rich Plush sofa followed the chairs then Mantal ornaments then new window curtains and so on till the parlor was furnished throughout the latest fashion. One evening when or. And mrs. Heber were at Tea Anna remarked that mrs. Long and loudly sex Prev a etl admiration of Walter Rovon thought they ought to give their Ott who Imit a he us frie3. A try. They la i never succeeded in drawing her generally into a a a piety. The late dowager countess of Charville die on monday the 21th. At the advanced age of ninety. Her Maiden name was Dawson and she was nearly connected with the Cremone family. Iter first Hub am was a gentleman of family and Fortune in the county of Lonh. He died in 1797, and in the following year she married the Ute Earl of Carlsville. Her reminiscences of Dublin in its Brilliant Days during the concluding Quarter of the eighteenth Een Tay were exceedingly interesting. She was with Grattan in his last illness during the memorable interview with the late Ford Castle reach when that Noble lord announced to him that he was to be buried in Westminster Abbey. Ahead if Man when a knocked into the Middle of next he card to know Hon Many a car Aileta make a laugh ant How Many a dram Quot a in a Horn. Out a go a of Deal and they had never Given one. Their parlor was now furnished in the fashion and they could give a party As Well As not. The cloth was removed and u me set upon the table he turned to his guest and with an air of much satisfaction exclaimed a and so like my Mill �?o1 do sir indeed very much it is certainly one of the greatest improvement in the construction of tiie saw null i Ever witnessed a you think the sail Are so Large it cannot fail to work Well a certainly it must work it can t help it a and there s Aiwaz a wind on Liat Hill if it does not come up one Valley it is Hermitage which it is approached but a Little of is Fine proportions excepting the entablature and Chimney tops Are visible and the excellent natural advantages of the situation were not Only neglected but positively injured from the want of a Tittle More attention to the position of what might have been the leading feature of a charming picture. After enjoying the Hospital ties for j which the Hermitage was Ever Famou. And on our return to Nashville we enquired of an old to Friend of the general s in he knew Why so unfavourable a site had been selected for so handsome a Structure ? yes said he i was upon the spot when the foundation was Laid. And a 1 asked the general Why he allowed it to be placed so far Down the Hill and he replied i a mrs. Jackson thinks Thi spot would be More convenient to the Spring and Here the Home he nil be built. We fear that general Jar Krona a regard j for the wishes of his wife is not shared by All husbands. Smoke c Tell Nev exd f ire pliers. A the editor of the Wheeling a luminary gives the following As the result of his study of the principles of Chimney a draught and applicant a of the principles to practice. A there Are Many theories on the subject of Chimney building and Many a Levi yes to remedy bail construction. Manv of the theories Are w ild Ami Manv of the is the King of labourer so for the soil pro Vides for the first and greatest necessities food and raiment. The Fanner standing this Furrow is More substantially a King than he who sits on a regal throne and depends for his daily bread on the Tiller of the soil. The first is Independent to creates for himself the latter is depend for All he eats drinks or wears. Next to the cultivator Iff the soil in essential nobility Are the Mechanic and Artisan the men whose Brown hand build and ship and furnishes the end Les appliance of every a Lay life. Who a in is Mot to West Mankind a the a a me maker who keep our feet from the Damp and Kohl the Man who covers a air head and fashions our garments or he who without creating for us a single Comfort Calls himself a King and i a tyrant a consumer of the sweat Ami blood of nation duo it need arguing to answer so a Tumpie a question surely not. A Caa see Al ome that he is most Noble in his Pursuit who Uio to relieves the necessities Ami advances the comforts of Minkin 1. What Man on the Broad Earth so Imperial a the possessor of acres Fri re which his own toil can draw a Supply for every neat. He is not Force to to homage to and body less than i a of nor to depend upon any chances for livelihood. Hie Young Man who Lenes the farm Field for the merchant s desk or the Law yer a or doctors office thinking to a Lig Wity or ennoble i toil makes a sad mistake. He passes by that step from in dependent to Vassalage. He barter a natural Lor a artificial Pursuit and he must be the slave of the Caprice of customers and the Chi of course in due time the party was sure to coins up the other and the Hill is i a. A to. I _ _ l a 1 a. Al. Al Given and it was gotten up in excellent taste. Everybody admired the parlor everybody was delighted with the party and or. And mrs. Heber made Many new and fashionable friends. When the guests had retired. Anna and Harry sat together on the sofa. They seemed Well pleased with the conduct of their guests. Anna it liked up to her husband with affectionate Pride saying every one a mired our furniture and All were no easel with our party. This is a Nice place Harry. We have not been so High and Steep that there is nothing to interrupt the full sweep of the w my come which Way it will. You think then on the whole that the thing a Annot fail of Complete Success a t should Kutiuk so but for one a a what is that a 1 have teen a a a a a a mind How you my Jefferson threw up his hands and eyes. 1 never thought of that,1 the Sawmill was abut Loat a of course. Devices exceedingly . Now there is one general theory essential a and of Trade either to support himself or in All chimneys and that is the apportion to acquire a Fortune. I ment i the thru a at to the opening or draught of the room the closer the re of i the get Lintn the Compass of atmosphere admitted into the room. It won id be Well also to have the fire place Large enough to build the More artificial a Man s Pursuit the More debasing is it morally Ani physically. To lest it contrast the me reliant a clerk w Ith the plough boy. The former May have the Moat exterior Nolph but the latter under the wondering in my own Are to gel up your Taw in a false Wall &.�., which will u w a a rough oui i Lep a a Eye he truer at Rainy place the difficulty under control. He in the Freer Franker happier and nobler let the Chimney be High enough not to a a. Would that Young men might jul Igo be interfere with the adjoining buildings of the dignity of labor to its useful near let the fire place be Large enough to add at a Mault nest rather than by the super Mit of filling in. Lieu i glosses it wears. Therefore sen let the offset in the Back Wall beat least never see a Man s nobility in he kid one foot above the upper part of the fire gloves and toilet adornments but in that place opening. Sinewy Arm. A. Is outlines browned by let the Throat be contracted Leav ing Itka a a Beto Kening a Hardy honest toilet largest in the Centre until the difficult i i under whose Farmer a or Mechanic s Vest l remedies 1. A Kiev Chesl heart May foot

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