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Burlington Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 15, 1851, Burlington, Iowa Burlington weekly Telegraph. Be just and Peak not let All the ends thou aim St at be the couxtby8, thy god and family newspaper Neutral in politics and devoted to literature science. Commerce. Agriculture. The Mechanic arts. And the general news of the Day. In Morcan a my Kenny. A a weekly Telegraph. A flan Tox t1k.sday. Feb. 11. Cil snip speak a ice. Koa it i meet a our in a will. One is meeting c court Holt Mon saturday tvs Lut w 49 largest and most Cal Hub is he Rii has Ever been held hire with refer amp it City purpose. The proceedings will Subj in another column and will doubtless j with Peculiar interest and satisfaction to concerned. In object of the meeting was to obtain an Sion from our citizens As to the expedit of instruct Kig the City Council to author of g rate t Letak. N at to e approaching elector awl against Liberal Loans to be applied a construction of internal improvement a Liing into Burlington. Will be seen that the meeting instructed in roof $739 for the Peoria rail Road and �5 Mig for Bridges across Skunk and for the \ in by Grove Plank Road which taken in con a Tion with the $19,000 Alre by invested in the Arlington Ami mount pleasant Plank Road a Kes the even Sura of a it .0<>0 which our eng City is cheerfully assuming in order to uhf Forward to Early completion the various a ejects upon which her future Prosperity and eat Ness materially . A Jav Rote upon the resolutions instructing in tor of these amounts was unanimous and sen with a spirit which indicated that they Ould be carried out at the polls with an equal hot laity. The $75,000, in Aid of the rail Road is to be jus dered merely As an Earnest of our present impose. And not As the full extent to which our of intends to go in the Enterprise. That Point was considered sufficient As a beginning id was recommended w Ith the understanding at a larger amount would be voted whenever might be deemed necessary. And we feel Thor died to say to the people of Peoria and i those along the route that taking together w Public and private subscriptions among us ice May set Burlington Down As Good for Hundred thousand Dolors. Peoria Monmouth Farmington ac., oar be presumed will be Good for a similar Bount at least and the stockholders in the a atral rail Road to which we shall be the ingest tributary will doubtless have no Hesi Icv in taking the balance say More a therefore there is nothing extravagant or probable in either of the foregoing suppose on we Mav take it for granted that the Road a ill be commenced immediately and that the us will be put in motion upon it within two r three Vears from this time. This Enterprise May be regarded As establish in beyond All doubt the Onward permanent id unexampled growth of Burlington. It eeds but the subscription of the Stock the or Amza Tion of the company and the of the work to give to affairs among us an ape Tushe like of which is but Seldom realize in the most favored communities and to ensure a an increase of population rivalling in wealth no i numbers the most prosperous cities of the rest when it becomes known that the Farmer an Haifa continuous outlet at All seasons of be year to the Eastern and Southern markets id when it becomes known that Piersons May Ike the cars in any of the Eastern cities and Ive an uninterrupted ride to the Mississippi it to be presumed that Burlington will make a Methin gof a figure in the world and rapidly attract Trade capital and population. Looking at the matter in this Light our Citi end have not failed to see their own interest ind hence the extraordinary unanimity of senti nent and enthusiasm of feeling with which they have enter i info th�1 undertaking. The i we recommended in Aid of a Plank Road to Virginia Grove and which will doubtless be voted unanimously by our citizens ensure the construction of a Good Road in that direction and All the resulting benefits of a greatly increased Trade. The bridging of Skunk River at the Points indicated is also a matter of leading importance to our pro Swienty. We have no doubt that a Bridge at Lowell while Good Stock in itself and important to us As diverting a Large Trade hither would in a Short time bring about the construction of a Branch Plank Road from Lowell to Middletown. Who can fail to see the great advantages of such results As these ? a Bridge at Rome might also be considered As ensuring the Extension of our present Plank Road Westward to Ottumwa and this perhaps without further Cost to Burlington. Our growing importance As a commercial Point and the certainty of the construction of the rail Road eastward make it greatly the interest of All the towns West of us to connect with our improvements As speedily a possible and we shall have greatly overrated their intelligence and Enterprise if we not immediately witness the most Gratifying demonstrations among them with reference to this purpose. Thus then has Burlington guided by intelligence and prompted by a spirit of Enterprise peculiarly her own established for herself a firm Broad and enduring foundation upon which she May rest her future fortunes and prospects with Beart Felt Pride and unwavering Confidence. At acum of the cite Council vote authorized. For $90.000 we have the pleasure to announce that the City Council at last night a session in conform Ity to the w ish expressed at the Public meeting on Sawday evening decided upon a poll for a in be taken at the approaching election for i it making a loan of $75,1x10 to be incited in the Burlington and in Eoria rail Road wed for $15, 100 to let a invested $10,000 in the a Vrginia Grove Plank Road and $5,000 towards bridging Skunk liver at Lowell Rome a. Me May therefore look upon these matters As faced facts a a our citizens think and feel with reference to All these measures. Ltd a Dwter and the presidency. Urall sorts of speculation afloat now a with reference to the next a the parties Are bringing Forward hosts of can drip a but the Public sentiment of each a Fawsto Beti Tate about settling Down upon any particular. Die follow ing from a w Ash correspondent of the Cleveland Plain is the last demonstration which we noticed. It will probably be read with Ordinary interest Here where gov. Dod is Wel and widely known �4 dem it Cut from new England 1�?~-Dat. That be wan with col. Kumim on when he heard of the a i wort unanimous of in. iiiimr., of Iii main to _ 8.jv-Natr. ,�?z1 he mod Benton declared at a that its. I Nige War the Man for the next Pr�i-"7 and Hult i Lara Uon Hud a rare ooze among "i,11 Hurral mimic Here. Gen. A . War the it a intimate Friend of . And it la raid a a pm a Man whom Jauk sox War intending a Irwi to so lit anoint of or John c. Calhoun wimm times. It is a awl ltd of him that he was Eara Irv a Fecit Ever in the United Vitato ar-2>ucd. Lia Neyr. Lie Ita from his youth been with the great West is in favor of Harbor a i quot Ami has Alwais a a Deal right on the a quot it Tea Ehmu if the age. His health which Oue of a a it Hite or. I now perfectly Row amp and will every Day see him walking a Juir Errair of the Rajo Tol the straightest and j?1 Ddis a like baking Man in Washington and 1 to i hate Bead More Good men Rjabak Well of than of any other Man in the i s. Sin quot a and who better than the inter Amie Friend of a a a id use True men of the i sub rally a uie great fight of 1 152? let a All exam Kii Mauer Well or it in really Imp so a tank to Ali aka feb 4. Ziwak St nato f a idiot Ftp a Ionel -m6<1"% thu frit Tver of fill More and sew Hong a s proceeded. At 12 of clock to of u. 8 senator. There were two j h. A the first i whig senators voted Hamilton fish and one whig senator Troin n. Y., tor Francis Ranger a Khoiee. A motion a i liable to adjourn quot a the second ballot resulted precisely As Al the democrats scattered t. Air vote. To tiie second ballot on motion of or. Beek a a the Senate adjourned of the dial Art will p races Arv Lor the election of a senator. Urther stood that there will be no difficulty provided previous action can be bad a a May i Resolution in favor of the coi pro flank Road across the Bottom. It will be seen by the following which we copy from the last Oquawka Spectator that our neighbors on the opposite Side of the River Are j moving in Earnest in reference to the construction of a Plank Road across the Bottom. It is very important to our interests that this work should be prosecuted to completion during the i coming summer and it is urged upon such of our citizens As can spare the time to attend the meeting and take part in its proceedings in such manner As to a sure our neighbors that we i appreciate the Enterprise and will a a see them to All whom it May concern notice i hereby a Dren that there will be a meeting at the Brick Sefi Oul room in the town of w Arren. Henderson county ii Lino is on thursday the with Day of March a i 18-5i, at 2 of clock a a. W., when books will be open to receive subscriptions for Stock to build a Plank Road from Aid town of Warren to some convenient Point on the Alm us Ippi River opposite Burlington Iowa. All who feel a interest in having a air Road Are solicited to attend. L. Hopper Leb. 4, i85j. End others. It quot Nie River is again entirely free from ice. I a quot Telegraph wires Down again. Our reports Are consequently Rne Agre. The hanging of or. Thomas is interesting Only so fur As the presence of 2,000 female could give it eclat rail Road meeting. A very numerous by attended meeting of the citizens of Burlington held pursuant to a Public Call at the ourt room on saturday evening february 15th, on motion of David rorer Esq., John g. Foote Esq., was elected chairman and Geo. Frazef., Secretary. James w. Grimes Esq. Being called upon stated the object of the meeting to be to ascertain whether the people of Burlington in View of the recent passage of an by the Legisla Ture of Illinois granting a charter to the Illinois Central rail Road company and an amendment to the charter of the Peoria and Oquawka rail Road company authorizing said company to make Burlington the Western terminus of said Road consider the immediate construction of said roads advantageous to the City and if so whether they were disposed to Aid in its completion. Or. Rorer was then called on but pending his remarks. James m. Morgan Esq., moved the appointment of a committee of twelve to draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting upon the objects mentioned by or. Grimes. The motion being unanimously agreed to the chairman appointed messes. Thos. Sperry j. M. Morgan j. Grimes j. F. Valiant t. L. Parsons w. Carpenter win. Walker j. S. Schramm. Levi Hager j. Adam Funk Lyman Cook and John Johnson said committee who immediately retired. In the absence of the committee or. Rorer. Being again called upon presented some valuable statistics relative to the Cost of rail Road material and labor and had not concluded when j the committee came in but gave Way and the i following resolutions were submitted through or. Grimes re solved that the citizens of Burlington have Learned with pleasure that the incorporating the Illinois Central rail Road has passed and become a Law and that there is now a flattering Prospect of an Early completion of that great and important work. Rejoiced that by a connection with that line of Road by a Road from Burlington via. Monmouth. Knoxville and Peoria All the advantages of the Northern Eastern and Southern markets will be secured to the people of Iowa and the interests of this City and the state promoted to an incalculable degree. Resolved. That we Are determined said Road shall be built and that we desire and recommend the City Council of Burlington to open a poll at the ensuing charter election for and against a loan by the City to be invested in the Peoria and Oquawka rail Road to an amount not exceeding seventy five thousand dollars an 1 drawing a rate of interest not exceeding eight per cent and payable in Twenty years. Resolved that a committee of correspondence be appointed by this meeting composed of three persons to correspond with the incorporator named in the Bill creating said rail Road company and generally to carry out the objects of this meeting. Resolved that we recommend the City Council to submit to the electors at the ensuing charter election the question of borrowing ten thousand dollars to be invested in a Plank Road from Burlington to Virginia Grove and Jive thousand dollars in Bridges across Skunk River at Lowell Rome and Deedsville the Loans to be effected upon the same terms As recommended in the third Resolution. After the Reading of the resolutions it was moved that they should be considered separately and the motion was rejected by a decisive vote. V it was then moved that the resolutions should be adopted As reported. The motion being submitted to the meeting was carried unanimously. So the resolutions were adopted. The chairman then appointed messes. James w. Grimes James m. Morgan and Francis j. C. Peasley corresponding committee under the i fourth Resolution. Henry w. Starr Esq., was then called upon and in a Short speech very happily and forcibly indicated the importance and necessity of the construction of the Road under consideration to the permanent Prosperity of Burlington and now a. On motion the proceedings of the meeting were ordered to be published in the City papers. On motion the meeting then adjourned. John g. Foote Chen. Geo. Frazee Sec a. Marriage made celebrated Eltris of Lave at last found new York correspondent of the Cleveland Plain dealer communicates the following interesting intelligence to the ladies a a there is quite a stir especially among the ladies of this City in relation to the pretentious of a prof. B. Talleyrand who is fresh from Paris and pretends to have discovered a method by which an ardent attachment can be inspired by any person of either sex whose affection May he Worth the winning. It is rumoured that several hitherto unapproachable old bachelors have been brought smack upon their Knees by spinsters with whom they flirted in youth said spinsters having availed the cml elves of prof Talleyrand a potential secret. If Leport be True the Frenchman s discovery will save a great Deal of trouble. Suppose for example that some bashful Swain in Cleveland has a girl in his Eye that he would like to marry whom in fact he has determined to marry As soon As he can Pluck in. The courage to go through the formalities which courage he can not Pluck up. All he w Ould have to would be to Send a letter enclosing one Dollar not forgetting to nay the postage to prof. Talleyrand new York City and he would receive by return of mail something or other that would enable him to a go in and w in without further trouble. This is a great country and on the Southwest is illimitable. Flint enamel company has lately been formed in new York City for the manufacture of w Are with agencies throughout the Union. As it is somewhat Peculiar in its Quality Ami its construction. The new \ Ork i i Bune devotes considerable space to a description of its manufacture. Or. Denton of Bennington Vermont the inventor and Patentee ins spent some ten or a dozen years in exp Brunei. Ing upon the various proportions of Flint Quartz ac., to be use in the production of household wares. He has persevere i against every discouragement the absorption of his Means the remonstrances of his friends and the loss of an by cd until at last he has been enabled to produce a Ware combining strength purity and Beauty in a degree utterly this Ware is composed entirely of Flint feldspar and Quartz ground together bolted like flour then formed into a Clay or paste Ami folded into any shape which taste or use May suggest then covered with a delicate enamel and baked a to a consistency exceeding that of Marble. Tins enamel is composed entirely of Flint w without and poisonous metallic bases which arc found in much of the Ware in Ordinary the Ordinary color of this Ware is a Mottle brow a but can be made a pure White if desired. Alternated murder of a woman by her on the 15th ult. We learn he the miss equal rights that a or. Tate a tempted to kill miss Shepherd by firing a pistol the Ball of w hich entered her breast in the Region of her heart and lodged on the opposite Side. The circumstances briefly Are these there was a wedding at which both the parties were guests. After the marriage ceremony a dance was proposed but As the Host and hostess w Ere Church members it was proposed to and i Ourn to a neighbors to finish the festivities of the night. Miss Shepherd refused to go a she was also a member of the Church. Or. Late who wished to anticipate a husband a authority rushed into her apartment where she had retired with her Mother Ami Souie other ladies Ami asked her if she would go Over to the dance or not. On her replying in the negative he Drew two pistol one of which took effect As above stated. From last accounts. Miss Shepherd was not expected to live. I he Hamlet of a Lover w is taken he the crowd and would have been dealt with summarily had it not been Lor the inter to Ilion of one or two influential per sons. Lie is in w confined in jail to await the june term of the circuit court. The Man must have been deranged. I the first Sod of the Bombay rail Way was Burlington Iowa saturday february 22, 1851 vol. 1�?no. 29. A Republican Acari a Duchesse a smok n at the grand military review of the president Prince Napoleon a Tribune is erected tor the accommodation of privileged spectators. Upon this English ladies of rank have the first place but the actresses of Paris As inane As Are very popular through Talent or Beauty Are also there in conspicuous places. At the last review one of these a a be witchers of audiences a however committed a slight disrespect to the titled ladies around her. Coolly drawing from her chatelaine an elegant Little tinder Box she lighted a match and placing a Cigar Between her previously Sweet lips she proceeded to pour Lorth indolent columns of smoke which penetrated among the curls and around the nostrils of Duchesse and Marchi Nesses very unceremoniously. The writer states that some of the English ladies present a became purple with it was remarked by the gentlemen however that the Cigar was a regalia of the purest Quality and that the smokeless was divine As Juno amid her Clouds. Taciturn people Are frequently the deepest Arlin a in his late address before the mechanics Institute of Leeds England. Says that if one May judge from the taciturn Ity of the americans t hey must he the most unhappy people in the world. His lordship cams to forget that taciturn Ity May Spring from reflection As Well As unhappiness. As a general thing the less a Man reads the More loquacious he is. Put a dozen ignoramuses into a room and they will Wrangle All night about the constitutionality of a saw Mill. Put the same number o sensible men in the same situation however and it will not he an hour before they will he so absorbed in Bulwer or Scott that nothing will be visible but their standing collars. It is w Ith men As it is with Drums the emptier they Are the More noise they make. Americans Are not More melancholy than other people they Are Only More studious Albany dutchman. Pat and the oysters a Pat who had just been transplanted had been sent by his May Ter to Purchase half a Bushel of oysters to the Quay but was absent so Long that apprehend pensions were entertained for his safety. He returned at last however puffing under his Load in the most musical style. U where the Devil have you been a exclaimed his master a a where have i been Why where should i be but to Letch the oysters a u and what in the name of St. Patrick kept you so Long a a Long i by my sowl i think i have been pretty Quick considering All a considering what things a u considering what things Why considering the gutting of the fish to be a gutting what fish a a a what fish Why blur an owns the oysters to be sure a # a a what you mean a a a what 1 mean Why i mean that As i was resting myself Dow n foment the pickled herring anti having a drop to Comfort me a Jin Leman axed me what i got in my sack. A oysters a said i. A let s look at Mem a says he and he opens the bag. Och Thunder and says he a who sold you these a a it was Mick Carney a says i a aboard the Powl Doodle a Mick Carney the thief of the world what a blackguard he must be to give them to you without a ainu to they gutted a says i. A Devil a one of them a says lie. A Musha then a says i what la i .?�?T a a says he a id sooner it myself than see you abused a and so he takes Mem in doors and guts them Nate and Clane As you la see a open Iii at the same time his bag of Oyster shells that were As empty As the head that bore them into the House. Fugitive slaves agitation in a Tetter in the Boston Liberator dated Edinburg january 10, announces the arrival there of we. And Ellen Craft the fugitive slaves who recently a leafed such a noise in Boston. The following is an extract we came to Edinburg and had the first meeting on monday evening. It was a meeting of the Edinburg emancipation society at which win. Craft told for the first time in this country the Story of his escape from slavery. The audience were very deeply interested in the history of our Friend and especially the part which related to his escape from Boston. Craft and myself attended a Soiree last evening at the music Hall where our Friend was again warmly greeted. We Are to have a meeting on the fugitive slave Bill in Glasgow on monday evening next at which Alexander Lustie m. P., is to preside. I have invitations from various parts of the country to bring Craft and hold meetings on the fugitive slave Law which i intend to accept As far As 1 can. We expect Ellen Craft from Liverpool to night. There is a general feeling of hatred Here to the fugitive slave Bill. The Angel of fati Enue. By 1. G. T Rit tub. To weary heart to Umu Minjo Homes the Angel patience gently a nines Xuy Power has he to banish it Ain. Or give us Lack our lost again and vet in tender t love oar dear and heavenly father sends him Here. There a quiet in that Angelus glance 1 Here s rest in his still countenance he noes no grief with Kite sheer. Nor wounds with words the mourners ear rut ills and w yes he May not cure lie King Fly teaches to endure. Angel of Patin be sent to Calm it or feverish brows with Cooling Balm to Lay the storms of Hope and fear and reconcile life a smile and tear the throbs of wounded Pride to still. And make a our own our fathers will of thou who mourn est on thy Way with longings for the close of Day a he walks with thee a that Angel kind a and gently whispers a a re resigned Var up tear on the end shall Tell the dear lord order Etc All things Well. A skipper s Brace of , you know skipper Tilton ? Well if you done to Well describe him. He a death on fast sailing goes a whole team for fishing and prides himself on his sure aim at Plover. The other Day a Chap named Wesford and Hir self went up Charles River in a Skiff in search of wild game. After rowing and rowing till nearly dark without a single Chance for a shot to c skipper suddenly espied a Brace of ducks some Yards Distant Bobbing up and Down in the water. A a pull around Bill a sail he u until i get two in a Range for a shot a carefully examining his priming a there Lay Low till 1 a a pull for pm Bill a said Tilton u Well have a Nice supper when they Reachell the spot they found two Hind legs of a Deil Doe completely shot off. They Haven to been out ducking since Jeremy . Bush our ambassador dining one a Lay with the eccentric Jeremy Bentham had a Long conversation with him respecting the United states. A a a sep your salaries Low a said or. Bentham a a it is one of the secrets of the Success of your government. But what is this a he inquired a a called the Board of Navy commissioners that you have lately set up i done to understand or. Rush explained it to him. A i can t say that i like it quot replied Bentham a a the simplicity of your Public departments has hitherto been one of the recommendations but boards make Serene if anything goes wrong you Don t know where to find the offenders it was the Board that did it and not one of the members always the boards the Board. Baltimore feb. 3. Money , the defaulting Teller of the Bank of Louisiana was arrested on the 15th, and $51,000 of the $72,000 stolen was recovered. He says this is All he took. He appeared to be deranged and said he had been endeavouring to drown himself. He took the Money and left the Bank immediately after hearing that the directors had removed him. press against the fourth Button of your Vest the palpitating heart that belongs to a pair of sky coloured eyes and a Low necked Spencer. At it Mufang Power of night. It is stated in a late foreign Magazine that there is now living in the Isle of France a Man endowed with such remarkable it Ower of sight he perceives vessels a Hundred Miles at sea he is pensioned by the British Exchange paper. This is rather astonishing for besides possessing a Telescope Power of vision to enable him to distinguish objects at that distance the Man must be Able to see right through a portion of the Globe itself As the natural eur future of the Earth would sink any object at the distance mentioned about Tejml feet below the horizon or considerably More than a mite. A Sailor at a a i had 13g feet High has Only a Range of vision to any Point in the horizon of Abs it 14 Miles. I Power of vision to distinguish objects w without the Aid of a Glass is much Ledger. Ohio total capital of All the Banks in Ohio is $7,489,159 75. As follows Ohio the land of bread a the Quantity of wheat which Ohio raised in 1850 is set Down by the Cincinnati Gazette at thirty millions of bushels an amount sufficient to Supply not Only the wants of that state but leaving a surplus of eighteen millions of bushels. The consumption of each individual is six bushels annually. Ohio has about two millions of inhabitants consequently twelve millions of bushels Are enough for the consumption of the state. Allowing he Price of 75 cents per Bushel and the Over plus is Worth Over thirteen millions of dollars. In addition to this the Corn raised is equal to one Hundred bushels to each person in the state. The surplus of these two articles is equal in value to Twenty five millions of Dollras. This shows what an agricultural state with Fertile land Dan when its labor is not diverted into unprofitable channels or interfered with by bad government. A Compromise with following anecdote re skirted in the journal of Commerce was related by or. Todd orator at the Celebration of the new England society at Brooklyn an Assembly convened for general consultation at Danvers Massachusetts the members of which after very Long services began to feel quite keen for dinner. As they were gathering round the table which was Grace a by a very fat Buck some one whispered that the Anir Nal had been killed by an Indian Hunter on sunday. Of course All were shocked Arul the general impression was Elhat it must be left untouched although there was no Means of providing a substitute. At last the governor to whom All looked in this emergency said that if Rev. Or. Peabody would say Grace he would agree to have the Indian publicly whipped and he thought they might fall to with a Good appetite and Clear conscience. Number ii ilex in it sent rank.11 branches of state rank .11 old Baaki. capital $757,790 00 4,720,093 75 2,011.276 0057 $7,459,159 75 Gen. Jackson and the of the spiritual knockers Down East it seems has teen communicating with the spirit of Gen. Jackson. The Queriot wishes i to know what the old general had first at heart. The reply was the Union by the eternal Don t split u symbolic Al Mutton a Butcher a argument. A on Christmas Day the butchers of Toronto made a Fine display of meats. One of them presented two carcasses of Mutton one a lean half starved carcass was labelled Quebec the other a Fine fat sheep was marked Toronto. The moral of the exhibition was that the members of parliament would find better living by continuing their sitting at Toronto instead of j moving the capital to Quebec. Ball proof Dublin papers j contain an advertisement announcing that a tradesman has succeed led in inventing a and Ball proof garment a which the inventor Tenuis a landlords Protection garment a and which will protect its wearer from being shot. Curious Fai degree of latitude is equal to a degree of fahrenheit and 4 >0 feet of Elevation is the a ame. This fact though curious is of a demonstrative character an it w ill go far in enabling us to ascertain facts in reference to climate. 13 some one asked a Baker who was yesterday delis a ring fresh bread to his customers on Western Row. What he was doing a Louhr was the prompt and Apt reply. S f v stingy fellow in Platteville having got the itch refused to buy either or Brimstone to cure it. When his neighbors fearing the contagion expostulated with him about it and were about making complaint to the Church he belonged to he said that whatever he had got in his hands belonged to him that he thanked his neighbors for their Good opinion of his liberality hut he did not feel Able to give them even the itch for nothing. An author a Paris correspondent of the n. V. Commercial advertiser states that m. Leon Gozlan the novelist has received several thousand francs As a bequest from the late h. Of new of lean. H i quot to convince ignorant men get them in a mob. Any Man can drive a drove of hogs but where s the Genius that can guide the movements of a single one ignoramuses arc very gregarious in their habits Are As much afraid of doing right As wrong unless you furnish them with lots of company to keep them in dutchman. H in the following question is now before the Greenbush debating society a which can a woman hold the longest her Tongue or a hot smoothing Iron a extensive forged Check to the name of William e. Leverich was presented at the counter of the Bank of Louisiana at new Orleans on the 17th ult., for $5.978, and cashed without discovery. Elt pal the North Carolina legislature the equal suffrage Bill from the commons was Defeated in the Senate on saturday week by a vote of 29 to 29. Twenty six democrats and three whigs voted for the Bill and Twenty against it. This measure received three More votes than the constitutional majority two thirds in the commons and lacked one vote of having that majority in the us. A Bright what Are you writing about there my boy a asked a fond Parent the other Day of his hopeful son and heir a Shaver of ten years. A a my Competition a a what is the subject a a a International Law. Thir a replied the Youthful Grotius. A a but really i shall be unable to concentrate my a death and give them relation if i am constantly interrupted in thib manner by Irr Valent celebrated or. Emmons was once asked what was the test system of rhetoric for clergymen. His reply was a first have something to say , say for attaining Perspicuity and precision of style his directions were a consider what you wish to say and then How to say he very aptly likened style to a Frame work to hold our thoughts. A it is like the Sash of a window a he says a a a heavy Sash will obscure the Light. The object is to Nave As Little Sash As will hold the lights that we May not think of the Frame but have the most Columbus feb. 4. No senator from Ohio legislature adjourned without fixing a Day for further voting. The last ballot stood Oris Wom hem .42 i bidding f. A .19 Paine whig .1� blank.12 a Monument to Lei. people of Louisianna Are taking measures Lor the erect Ion of a magnificent Monument to Gen. Jackson in the place armes at new Orleans. It will be one of the most imposing monuments in the Union. A Beer vat containing $7,500 Worth of Porter burst the other Day in Bre la Isby a brewery in Cork Ireland and washed away some buildings life of or. Wendell Holmes the poet is writing a biographical sketch of the late i r. Putman to form part of a work entitle a. U the benefactors of the medical school at Harvard spa House of Refuge will be built near Pittsburgh at once. Citizens of Pittsburgh have subscribed $22,000, and Llie state of Pennsylvania $20,out. _ population of Charleston s. official returns of that City show the population to be 42jkvi, against 31,527 in 1810�?an increase in ten years of 11,1� i. In the five old War. 1850 finds 11,730 Blacks against 11,673 in 1840�?an increase of Only 37 in ten years. _ Progress in turks Are now engaged in building a macadamia zen Road from Trebizond to Eize room two Hundred mites in length which will be the greatest achievement in the Way of internal improvement in All Turkey. _ for Cook stove. 4 years old and Well a a will draw anything from Green Oak to Anthracite. Us jewelry is becoming quite fashionable again. Due of our contemporaries says he met a lady on new years who had a farm on each w Rist a four Story House around her neck and at least six life memberships to the Bible society attached to each ear. Population of Alton total population of Unis town up to december 1st, 1850, is 6,416. A products of Industry during the year amount to $860,000. Alton has four steam flouring Mills one steam saw Mill one steam planing Mill two steam machine shops and foundries and two Stearn distil Leric \ besides about fifty it ores anti Andrj packing Bouses breweries Ami machine Bopa of various descriptions. Gold dollars Fay they have not been there has been a deficiency in the mint in the number of Scales to weigh the pieces of Coin and Gold coins require to be separately weighed or adjusted before they Are stamped which has caused a delay in the production of the Gold Dollar but this difficulty has now teen in a great measure overcome and the director state that the present Force enables them to turn out in addition to Large pieces about a million per month of Ciu Arter eagles Ami Dol ars. So we May look out Lor a Shower of Gold dollars. Animal food. A correspondent desires to know Why horse flesh is not a suitable article of food. He reminds us of or. Franklin a question to the Sarans of , asked the doctor a does a bucket of water with a fish in it weigh no More than a bucket of water without the fish a every one in the company had a different reason to give but the doctor pronounce cd a them All incorrect and at last the question was referred Back to him for men said the doctor with a mischievous smile a a before proceeding to give a reason for the fact it is necessary to Beer Tain whether it is a fact that the bucket with the fish is no heavier than without one. For my part i have always found it so our correspondent should ascertain that horse flesh is unpalatable before he asks us Why it is so. As we have never tasted the article we would not presume to decide. Generally Herb Ferous animals arc Good for Man while carnivorous animals arc not. And the reason is this. The flesh of beasts of prey living on animal food is Tough while that of animals whose food is grass or twigs is tender. The beast of prey is muscular and gaunt in form while the herbivorous species is generally fat and Fleshy. Nature in establishing this difference shows her usual Wisdom. Animals who live on animal food Are forced to exercise themselves continually in order to obtain Carbon for respiration hence beasts of prey Are almost always in motion. The diversity or character in this respect Between carnivorous and herbivorous animals May be seen in a menagerie. Where while the Buffalo stands Lazy and motionless the lion and Tiger Are restlessly walking to and fro in their cages. Their instinct teaches them the necessity of action and exertion hardens their Muscles Ami gives them their Gigan strength. The living on animal food has the same effect on Man he is forced either to take constant exercise or else become the victim of disease. All Savage nations which live by Hunting Are continually on horseback or engaged in athletic sports. Among civilized nations gout Dys Pepsy and a Long train of fevers Scourge those who live on animal food without proper exercise. It is a confirmation if any were needed of the inspirations of the scriptures that things declared by Moses to be unclean Are generally such As the discoveries of modern science have proved to he unhealthy. The distinction of the jewish lawgiver of animals that part the Hoof and those that have claws will be found with but few exceptions to Mark the herbivorous and carnivorous species. 4 touching incident. I went one night to see a comedy. The chief actor was a favorite one and the theatre was very crowded. The curtain Drew up and amid a burst of applause the hero of the piece made his appearance. He had hardly uttered Twenty words when it struck me that something strange was the matter with him. The play was a boisterous comedy of the old school and required considerable spirit and vivacity in the actors to sustain it properly but in this Man there was none he walked and talked like a person in a dream his Best Points he passed Over without appearing to perceive them and altogether he appeared quite unfitted for the part. His smile was ghastly his laugh hollow and unnatural and frequently he would Stop suddenly in his speech and let his Eye wander vacantly Over the audience. Even when in his character of a silly husband he had to suffer himself to be kicked about the stage by the Young Rake of the comedy and afterwards to behold that careless individual making love to his wife and eating his supper while lie was shut up in a closet from whence he could not emerge his contortions of ludicrous Wrath which had never before tailed to Call Down plenty of applause were now such dismal attempts to portray the passion that hisses were audible in various parts of the theatre. The audience were fairly out of temper a and several inquisitive individuals were particular in their inquiries As to the extent of the rotations he had indulged in that evening. A storm of Sibi lation and abuse now fell round the ears of the devoted actor and not Content with verbal insult Orange Peel and apples flew upon the stage. He stopped and turned to the shouting crowd. 1 never saw such misery in human countenance. His face was worn and Haggard and Large tears rolled Down Over his painted Cheeks. I saw his lips quivering with inward agony i saw his bosom heave with convulsions of suppressed emotion and his whole Mien be Token such depth of anguish and distress that the most ruthless heart must Heve throbbed with pity. The audience was moved and by degrees the clamor of invective subsided into a solemn silence while he stood near the footlights a picture of dejection. When All was Calm he spoke and in a voice broken with sobs that seemed to rend his bosom proceeded to offer his explanation a a indies and gentlemen quot a said he a though in my acting to night i Ain conscious of meriting your displeasure in one tiling you me wrong i am not intoxicated. Emotion alone and that of the most painful kind has caused me to fulfil Iny allotted part so badly my wife died but a few Short hours ago and i left her Side to fulfil Iny unavoidable engagement Here. If i have not pleased you i implore you to forgive me. I loved her Grieve for her and if misery and anguish can excuse a fault,1 Bear Ziy apology Here a he placed his hand upon his heart and stopped and a burst of tears relieved his momentary paroxysm of grief the audience were thoroughly affected and an honest burst of sympathy made the Walls tremble. Women wept loudly and Strong men silently and during the remainder of the evening his performance was scarcely audible through the storm of applause by which the crowd sought to soothe the poor fellow s winded feelings. There was something very melancholy in the thought of that wretched Man s coming from the bed of death to Don Gav attire and utter studied witticisms for the amusement of a crowd not one of whom dreamed of the anguish that Lay f entering under the painted Cheek and the stage smile. I and in the great theatre of life How Many Are there around us like that poor tie tor smiling gaily at the multitude while at Home lies sorrow whose Shadow is Ever present with them in Busy places. Is not this too the a Jean Jac ques say Liat when his wife died every Farmer in the Leigh godhood offered to console him with one of their daughters but a few weeks afterwards his cow having shared the same Fate no one Ever thought of replacing his loss by the offer thereby proving the different value people set upon their cows and children. Cd i Nese Thermo missionary writing Home from China says that the chinese use Little fire and measure cold by the thickness of jackets. Three jackets cold is moderately Cool six jackets cold is keen and from ten to lil teen jackets cold is extremely severe the jackets resembling a Ball of Carpel rags. Getting into bed with a Corpse. An irishman fright his singular interruption of a Young few months since a son of Erin about nine o clock one evening called at a country inn. In the Western Pirt of Pennsylvania and demanded lodgings for the night. It was evident from his appearance and actions that he and liquor had been quite Jolly companions through the Day. The landlord was a Lazy Good natured soul and had imbibe 1 rather freely that Day himself. A if i give you a Light and Tel Vou where the room is you can find the place a said the landlord. A a och and its myself that can that most ill Gantly. List show me the Way and i la find it As Azy As the Howly Virgin showers Down blessings upon the sinful a rejoined the irishman the directions were Given him and Al flax a Row ins in the West. Newton Falls Trumbull co. Of Jan. 8. Having seen a statement in the weekly Tribune of the 2d inst in relation to flax hemp &c., i take the Liberty to i communicate to you a few facts which you Are at Libery to publish if you see fit a on the growth and preparation of flax a it now stands in this part of the it. 1 have been for two or three years engaged in buying flax and cleaning it out for the manufacture of paper for which it is j Well adapter but i am a becoming More and More satisfied that with proper no he incr. Flax can be cleaned Ami bit ked so As to be spun into twine or Varn. The machinery now in use cleans it entirely free from the so Oak or Woody part at the expense of Only three dollars per ton but they not leave the Fibre i straight like the hand dressed flax it does not however destroy the strength so a Candle. He was directed to go to a and length of the Fibre but leaves it Tan room in the second Story of the House i led so As to require picking before it can by the time he had reached the top of the be spun. This i am satisfied can lie done stairs his Light had become extinguished with Little trouble and so picked As to Aland he had forgotten in what direction he Low it to be carded and drawn much the was to go. Seeing rays of Light issuing us same As Wool or Cotton. The flax which i Purchase from a room the door of which stood ajar he reconnoitre a the inside of the room and found it to contain a bed in which Lay a Man and a stand with a Small lighted lamp upon it. Feeling disinclined to make any further search for the j 20 per cent of Fibre and is considered by room to which he had been directed he the Farmer of no value whatever but for paper it will warrant paying from $6 to it raised for the seed alone. It is mown and cured the same As Hay and threshed or tramped with horses after which if necessary it is rotted. It yields in this state about divested himself of his clothing Anil quietly crept into the Back part of the bed. He had been in bed but a few moments when a Young lady and gentleman entered the room to watch the Corpse the irishman eyed them closely. They seated themselves on chairs in close proximity to each other and after chatting merrily for a Short time the Young Man threw his Arm around her in a cons Only manner and impressed a kiss upon her lip. There was witchery in it which demanded a repetition. The scene amused the irishman vastly and being free from selfishness he concluded that his sleeping companion should be a participant with him in the 10 per ton., which in addition to the seed As a fallow for wheat it is considered Superior to any other crop. I have frequently been told that with seed Tafil per Bushel and .$10 per ton for the flax it is decidedly the Best crop that can be raised both for the land and a the Farmer. And As every acre that is designed for wheat will produce a fallow crop of flax there is no limit to the amount that May be raised. Only let the Market be opened and Ohio will produce More pounds of flax than Georgia can of Cotton and All on a free soil quot at that. The flax that is pulled for dressing by enjoyment of the scene and to this Pur j hand also produces a crop of seed and is pose he nudged him but his companion stirred not. He then put his hand upon him and found that he was tightly locked in the cold embraces of death. Immediately upon this discovery he bounded out of bed exclaiming a murther murther Howdy saints of Hiven protect he had scarcely touched the floor be j fore the Young lady and gentleman were j making rapid strides toward the stairway terror being depicted on their count chances j Chinery. A they had just reached the top of the j if some ingenious Yankee will turn his stairs when the irishman came dashing a attention to the manufacture of flax i Long As though All the fiends of Elbis were have no doubt in a very few years a Yard close at his heels intent on making him i of Linen sheeting May be sold at the same their prey and the whole three tumbling Price As Cotton and then to be to the Down stairs and it is hard to determine j Peculiar institution a which builds itself which reached the foot of the stairs first. Up on a Cotton . A. Rotted and dressed out in the Winter time. It is considered to be Worth one half the prepared flax to break and dress it and it Sells at from .$125 to $140 per ton. At this Price it will pay a Man Lair wages for cleaning by hand. But a Small proportion of the amount of labor at the busiest season of Harvest but with proper inducement one half the flax now grown in this Section could be pulled and prepared for dressing by Raa the landlord stood aghast As the irishman rushed into the bar room with nothing on Between him and nudity but a garment vulgarly styled a shirt the hair on his head standing upon end his Eye balls Tribune. Flax Cotton. An american of the name of o. S. Leavitt claims through the columns of. #. The new y Ork Tribune to be the disco ready to leap irom their sockets and he Ert a proc0ss by which flax can be gasping tor breath. It was a Silt it that manufactured so As to become a substitute would made a Man laugh w to had w Orn a j a or Cotton and the same thing he says vinegar lace irom the Day of his birth. Be done with hemp. There can be nothing could induce him to seek a 1 again that night. When the Young and gentleman found that it was not the Corpse that had so unceremoniously bounded irom the bed they returned to the room doubtless to commence their courting at the Point where it was so suddenly broken off. J no question but that this is one of the lady a a j the death of his Beau Wiful character his wonderful talents his Fine personal address and his James Audubon the ornithologist died at his residence on Banks of the Hudson january 27, 1851, aged 76. This celebrated Man was the son of an Admiral in the French Navy who took him most important discoveries of the age and will work a great revolution in not Only the manufacturing but the agricultural and commercial world. We make a Short extract from or. Leavitts article. A that we Are on the eve of a great revolution in Commerce and manufactures growing out of a substitution of Linen for Cotton there can be no question. Raw Cotton is now Worth 14 ? 15c. Per la. While Linen filling can be procured for less in than one third this Price especially in those districts where flax is grown for the seed Only the lint being thrown away As worthless or at least not Worth the sex. Juii Pease and trouble of preparing for Market to France where he received a varied and r a he he District Tolx accomplished education. He returned to Louisiana his birth place at the age of about seventeen years and entered upon his paternal estates. He Early manifested his fondness for natural history which he pursued through life with unabated enthusiasm and with a Success that has made him a world wide reputation. The like like Fidelity and Beauty of pc talk the following from the Liverpool mail discloses an important fact and no person can deny that this new text of willing Caa of debtors to pay is based upon commoss seme we Werr not aware until recently that the books of newspaper publishers Are Eon suited to quite a Large extent by people in by Ines. To Vertain the Peculiar a Landing of persons. Debts foe a tie hrs p per decoams due once a year and persons who by up regularly once a year for their papers Are considered As prompt me and worthy of Confidence. We had a person come into our office the other Day and say a you Send the per to we replied that we did. A Well a said the Man he owes me �5, and i can t get it i Don t think he s we looked secretly at his account and found him pid up. We then replied to the enquirer a that Man is Good. Your Deb is sate. He May have forgotten it or something else May have prevented his paying but he is the Man s Eye brightened. Said How i have written to several printers and could not find where he took a per. 1 thought of you and said i would come Here a said he again alter a Muse. A this is the Way to find out whether people Are Good. To ascertain what papers they take and eos strive some Way to Pep into their accounts men who Are Good Are sure to by for their news papers and if they not by for these we Dou t think them is were forcibly struck by the idea. A Well a said he a i will Semi my Bill by the in a Feur a lays the person came in again. Said he a i sent my a Well did he by it a yes sir a Ami opening his hand to showed us the draft. A there a said How give me a printers Book after All to Tell whether a Many a Good there s a Complete thermometer we always know a Man to be bad if he Don try the an old few hours at Pawtucket on monday last we Mado a visit to the old Mill of Samuel Slater Esq. A being the first building erected in America for the manufacture of Cotton goods. It is a venerable Wood built Structure to o stories in height bearing numerous evidences of its Antiquity and wre believe was erected in 1793. Two spinning frames the first operated in the Milt Are still there and Are decided curiosities in their Way. It is almost incredible to believe that this old building time Botterell and weather browned was the first to spread its sheltering roof Over the Young Pupil of Arkwright and that those Dwarf frames Rusty and mildewed with Metivi to to Are the Pioneer machines of that in i Mense Branch of our National Indus a the manufacture of Cotton goods. Fifty four years have since then elapsed and the a Riisness has increased beyond All precedent in the history of j our Rivers and wild waterfalls that then i flowed and bloomed in Solitude Are now propelling thousands of Kiili wheels Ami millions of shuttles and spindles. In the business hundreds of fortunes have been made thousands of on citizens earn a subsistence and find constant employment while millions Are clothed in different portions of the Globe. A wonderful revolution has that old Mill produced on the shores of the new world. By the Way herbs an anecdote of the old Mill and its founder. In 1832, when Gen. Jackson then president was on his tour through new England he tarried of Pawtucket and visited this identical old Mill expressing himself highly gratified with a visit to the old Cradle of american manufactures. He with his suite also called upon or. Slater and complimented him upon being the father of this great Branch of Industry in America. A you taught us How to spin so As to rival great Britain you set ail these thousands of spindles at work and have Given thousands of people lucrative employment a said Gen. Jackson. A yes sir a replied Slater a i suppose Ever a quot Voon socket Patriot. Lineation of the Birds of America placed c enc in Unrot ted flax for less than four him in the first rank As an artist whilst his minute accuracy in habits proves him to be the closest observer. He w As As a staunch a Man As he was renowned As a naturalist. The child can a get procured in the Unrot ted stat the very condition required for procuring j out the psalm and they have seen Fine Linen at the least Cost for about two singing to the same tune ------1---�?� cents per la. Then by the use of a 1 a Chinery somewhat similar to that which i am now using successfully w Ith Unrot ted Heinz in the manufacture of Kyanite a Cordage flax can be broken out for less than two cents per la. More producing an artist whilst ced j a describing their Machil Lerv it 4 in Esloc a. A like simplicity of his manners and cheerfulness of temper were worthy of All him then by my process Anil can be refined and rendered White and soft capable of being spun into j the finest yarns for less than two cents More being then in the condition which you so aptly term a flax this can be spun for about the sum required tation and made Inin Lelo by All who j co on thus reducing the Price of Linen knew him. Yarn far below that of Cotton. From this at the age of sixty years when he was j me Forward As you proceed in the Man first personally known Lothe writer of fact lure of fabrics the expense is about this sketch he had All the spright Liness and vigor of the Young Man. In person he was tall and remarkably Well made. Sweet and animated. His was remarkably striking. His aspect whole head the forehead High arched and unc Louding the hairs of his brow prominent particularly at the Root of the nose which was Long and a Quilic Chin prominent and Mouth characterize by Energy and determination. The eyes were dark Grey set deeply in the head and As restless As the glances of the Eagle. He used to say he Luu no Faith in Genius that a Man could make himself what he pleased by labor and by using every moment of time the mind might be kept improving unto the end of life. Look at facts and Trust for yourself he would say meditate and reason it is thus a Man should educate himself. In the finest of his works he said he had always described from his own observation and Liat in colouring his drawings the plumage appeared so Brilliant and Beautiful to his eyes he could never get his colors to equal them. In correcting the errors of other writers he said he always did so with tenderness and from a sense of duty. In re we feel he has left no equal. The differ ent societies of naturalists will no doubt expense is equal the recent improvement in Power looms for Linen having entirely removed i All the difficult is which were experienced i in this Branch of the manufacture some time ago and from the great purity and whiteness of the Linen fabric by the new process the bleach King is rendered quite a simple and cheap a process As with Cotton. By the new process we Are enabled to produce Linen of a much finer Quality than before. It was common in Ireland when hemp was Low and flax High to use the american Dew rotted hemp As a substitute for flax but it could not be ran to Fine numbers rarely finer than 30s. It can however by the new process be a Misurac tire or Glass by machine witnessed says the Sandwich observer at the factory of the Boston and Sandwich Glass company the making of Glass bowls by machinery and of a magnitude that far exceeds in size and weight any heretofore made in this or any other country. The machine we understand weighs Between two and three tons and is w worked w Ith the accuracy of a steam engine. The glowing Metal was taken from the Furnace at its greatest fusion by the workmen placed in the machine by hand set in motion and in a few minutes a perfect bowl of Rich design was turned out spreading a most intense heat around which none but those accustomed to the business could stand. It was an interesting sight to notice the at rang ment made in working the machine there is no confusion each workmen is in his allowed place and it surprises us to see an article of its weight and size handled with so much judgement and skill that in one minute it was taken from the press by the head workmen and carried to a Side Furnace to receive the fire polish and formed into shape a soon As that was secured it was taken to annealing Kiln and placed thereunto cools which requires eight or ten Days. The bowl 1 ear if. Weighs about sixty pounds. Sily run As Fine As 100 Leas to the Pound. Twenty eight inches in diameter at i have produced yarns much finer in a t a Union bowl and Small Way from hemp both rotted and Unrot ted though the latter is preferred. Right to the any one can be courteous in a neighbor s House. If anything goes wrong or is out of time or is disagreeable there it is made the Best of not the worst even efforts Are n Ade to excuse it and to show it is not Felt or if Felt it is attributable to ident not to his death 1 design and this is not Only easy but Nat re aur. Lura a in the House of a Friend i will not therefore believe that what is natural in top. The moderate Price it is held at will enable hotel keepers and other4to possess a Beautiful and useful Centre ornament for their table. Paob ast i nation Gyman lately told take measures to pay suitable testimonials it the House of another is impossible at Home of respect to his . I. Eve. But maintain without fear that All the Post. Cooking potatoes As they should French method of cooking potatoes affords a most agreeable dish. The potatoes Are peeled wiped and Cut into thin slices then thrown into a frying pan containing an abundance of lard. As soon As they become crispy and Brown they Are thrown into a coriander to Drain then sprinkled with Salt and served up As hot As possible. An article Roa the to Arne a fair. Any tended hides letters of Zadock Pratt of Prattsville has sent Twenty sides of leather to be a hipped on Board the St Lawrence. An engraved picture of the town which was founded by him accompanies them. The name of the contributor the Quality of the leather Aud the name of the Tannery Are printed on each hide in letters of Gold. The specs j wounds to the atmosphere an Indiana Cler a Story a pout a Man with w Horn he boarded when a College boy. The Man was at Bis work one frosty morning. And happened to get a slight scratch on the Back of his hand. A single minute s attention to it would have caused it to heal in a Day or two. It was neglected. A slight in mation appeared which a i simple poultice would Nave reduced but a a a old Octal Luc Nuy be upheld i in it w a neglected. The whole hand be Domestic societies. A husband As willing to be pleased at Home Ami As anxious to please As in a neighbors House and a Wile As intent on making things Comfort mens Are from five tanneries owne by him some were tanned with Hemlock bark and part with Ouk and Hemlock. Able every Day to her family As on set Days to her guests could not fail to make their own Home Happy. Remedy Roa i Eru simple flour relieves the . Reese physician of Belles tie Hospital new York has been making experiments concerning the Best Mode of Healing Burns and scalds and checking the acute suffering. He has foul Liat flour thrown on with common dredging Box is one of the Best Ami most efficient remedies yet discovered. The external air is one of the chief causes of the suffering Ami flour thus applied both heals and closes the the edges of the wounds which remained open he dressed with Lime water Ami Oil applied by a Feather. Or. Reese says the abbe they Are selected from its tanned during application made to wounds by fire hot the past year amounting to 15,0ou sides a Albany Atlas w Ater Gunpowder. &c., has been most Happy in the practice at the Hospital Varue it flame a. Are Ishu Gnu a have had of of Best medical attention b it it was neglected. The Arm and shoulder and Back were seized with pain and Bow All Wai alarm and confusion. Twelve physician were soon in attendance to consult Pei the Case. The question was whelp the cutting off the limb would save the Man s life and it was decided to be toe is i the disease had gained mortal hold a no human skill could arrest it. A Vicku habits an indulged Little sin a neglect a duty How easily Are they taken care e if we Are in season with them but hot stubborn and ruinous they become of the Are let alone a Good Friend of or somewhat of a wag too while working i his Garden the other Day was a Coati from Over the Fence by his landlord win emr. D., fun have to Reim your a i realty wish Yon would replied d., for i shall have hard work raise it myself., nothing has been u about the rent since

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