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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 10, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana Rol. 15-no 36.fort Wayne Indiana saturday March 10.1855. Whole n ii35 Thomas Tigar Koi Torino publisher. Office a Corner of Pearl and Calhoun 9lr�,ets,,oppositep.ki8er 8. Terms f to Dill upper annul in Advance two dollars fifty cents at the end of six months or three Della re at the end of the year. To Piper is continued until All trea rag is Are paid up except 1 the option of the publisher. V i�8rtisement3ii3erted at one Dollar per Square of ten Finea for the Firat thre weeks and half that rate . V albaral Illo Wance Raade to those who advertises by the year. So Eluted with neatness accuracy an Patch on the Moat reasonable Tei a. F Volk Bice. 11849. poetry. Life int sur once. V states Isire insurance a annuity Trust company . Frill by is. E. Corner third and Chesnut ., philae ii 5 nagsau3toet,new york43 Orleans 59 second Street Baltimore 18 con�r�8s Street boito30 Titi re Street Cincinnati. Assets liable for losses,Jan.1, 1853,$306,029,004 the Cash system the Only sate sound and sensible Una Tor either a company or insured members Piid a Para Averice in rigid application of Correct life 1 have resulted in the most eminent tic8e33 of this a Spany. Clef i inti Board of trustees. Johi l. Vattier president Colerick Withers a a Neif and Coutelle at Lavand general land and tax agent. For Vita Ync Indiano i attend to the collections 8eauriacofdxbtb,and examination o titles a c., Indiana. , and Columbia Street s nov. 17,1849. We. W. Factor or land count til a a at Law fori Wayne Indian a. he courier p f chel Sefl judicial circuit.ind., and Wil Lalio attend an bu8ineiientr�itedt� i tear e By Brencel a Mcdonald i pro Fetter Oil at. A William. Otto j Indiana uni Vereti Sam Elhanna. Fort Fayne. Hamilton Quot Samuell. Huge. Decatur orc by on Clinton Street two door North of theban. 3-38 . Jit a t Law and a Ifa Sterin Cut Ancert. Fort Wayne ind Thna. Offick on Clinton Street two door Louth a Brick store. Rnrake.\ridge,jun.,j9tcorneyand Conn Selto attend tothe coiled Tion adjustment. Or securing of debts the pay Menlo to Xci Purchase Ond a ale of land and examination of tit Jeff n an spurt of Indiana. I s Messro w. 8. Pc g. W. Ewins of a Rii Tayrie Quot , Quot s. Hanna Hubli Mccurl Locia a Alfred Harrison India Dapolito Richar Suydam few York. . , Quot to Jamie on. A a j. Amp Joncy. Cincinnati okie Orrin a a Corner of Pearl and Calhoun Bare Etc under he Sentinel office. Rie i in Ltd it ii lit is b. Vav. . Of i. It Ameron Jane a tie we a Taft Jaba Evani. K. Yes aug. 07ih, 1s53. Sex John a. Mosaic pc P. Williams. Richiard Bales Robert i Umenori Robert Moore Wii of Abr Soce tary. S. Bayless amen for fort Wayne. Physician. Y-8 the Mutual life insurance of new York. Trinity building 111 Broadway. Kel Atsumu Lalii Cash funds july 3ut., 1853.$2,103,802. Quarter Oak life insurance Connecticut. Amp Apical and surplus Over $300,003, j r in undersigned agent for the above two most i sue cease in and responsible life insurance com j Janie in the United states is prepared to receive Jusli Tationa for life Laurance. J a a pamphlets containing Raies of Premium and in i Hunn itans of the 8ub a clot life insurance May be i obtained at the office of the undersigned. I Quot it is no More the them in duty of Man to provide Iha daily bread for his f imply while he lives than it medical notices. Or. C. S. Smith fort Wayne. Office on Calhoun Street recently occupied by drs. Sturgis and Woodworth under the Sentinel office. Fort Wayne july 7th. Y�?1 ,. Surgeon amp physician. A Jice under the Odd Fel Loio s Hall. Fort Wayne june 16tb, 1854. P6n50 drs. 0. Amp Mary f. Thomis. Office North West Corner of a n and Calhoun Stree if in Phoenix Block Over Foellings e shoe store for v Wayne ind. Tl-41what a Sermon should be. It should be Brief Ihlen Guliy it will Steep our heart in apathy Oure Jei in Ilett the Dull will Yawn the Chapel longer doze ambition Flag and Mamor it i Portali cloth. It should be warm a living altar Coal Quot to melt the icy heart and Charm the Cool a hapless Dull Harangue however Reod will never Rouse tha Loul or raise the dead. It should be simple practical and Cor no Fine Span theory to please t he , no curious Lay to tickle lettered Pride and Leate the poor and Plain Una find. It should Bete Derand affectionate. As his warm theme who wept lost Salem s Fate the fiery Laws with words of love Allaire will sweetly warm und awfully persuade. It should be Manly just and rational wisely conceived Ond Well expressed withal not san Ltd with silly notions Apt to Stein a sacred debt and show a Muddy brain it should possess a wed adapted Graco 7 o situation no Dince Lime and place a Schmon form d for scholars statesmen lords. With peasants and mechanics ill accords. It should with Evangelic Beau Iier Bloom. Like Paul s at Corinth Athens or at Rome while some Epictetus or Sterne esteem a gracious Saviour is the Gosti theme. In should be mixed with Many an ardent prayer to reach the heart and fix and fasten there when god and Man Ore mutually addressed god Grants Able amp Silig Man is july ble Sec. It should be closely Well Opplis at last to make Tho moral Nail securely by the maw and thou alone will make a Felix tremble and a David quake out enabling inducements to All our fellow being. Vve reduce our Public debt lighten the burdens a pack of cards. A Nobleman in London who kept a great num of taxation to our citizens open the pathway to Ber of Servante reposed considerable of confident Region and Ciui nation where for thousand of be in one of them which a jealousy in the others who in order to prejudice their master or. Is�ger8 office on Corner main and Calhoun streets Over Evans amp fort Wayne sept. 19, 1853. Co s store. I6md21 E. Tupper m. D., surgeon amp Oculi St. Office Corner of Columbia and Calhoun. Over Wilson s store where he my a. Found to provide against their being Felt penniless in the by wish Fig his Aid in Medicine rtt Hia Hafits Quot i a vent of his death. Joseph k Edgerton Agni. Fort Wayne sept. 12ch, 1353.____________y 10_insurance Agency. The subscriber having received the Agency of the or surgery. All diseases of the Eye treated by proved sir Guicai practice. Fort Wayne july 1st. He most ap-j2 or. Woodworth lushly Altce of paints removed his Cyffic. To his House on the Toj Mvubu. V a i in Corner of Clinton a Dwayne Streete directly of Connecticut Bali of the 1st presbyterian Church where he May i prepared to Issue policies on Tia Musi favourable be Tounh when not professionally engaged. Lerma. A fort Wayne feb. 23th, 1854. 34 this company has a capital Stock of $300.000, All Home Lopathy it Aid in and Well invested and is one of the oldest and i re a. J Kun , in he . J p. Question , Finity is of a a my Bopa thic physician and sur Eov h my 1�� our country found a t the office of or Brooks on Calhoun Street first John Hough or. Frt Wayne oct. So 1851. Yl7 from the Ohio statesman. Has emigration a Jared oar country ? under this head the Washington Union has a Tery Able article on the subject of foreign emigration to our country. We Are surprised to find the erroneous feeling spreading though the country at this time by secret organizations and native prejudice to the character and principles of our institutions and the emigrants from other countries. These pre Justice and this new organization have been sprung upon the country in hot haste and Given prominence from a variety of causes that must it seems to to a burst to atoms of own inherent heterogeneous elements. This subject is one at present of such prominence that it seems to Swallow up All other subjects and engross the Public mind. Let the people not be deceived there Are other subjects of the utmost importance that should Yea must receive their attention and be decided for their weal or woe. We cannot yet believe but what Many Good men otherwise at least have been buried into this new organization without due reflection if any reflection at All. They were not aware until after they got into the organization and taken the degrees and oaths of what they had to subscribe to they were not aware and some May not be even yet of the part they would be required to play or the extent or Absurdity of the doctrines they were required to support. This being Tho fact and it is Charity to believe it thousands will shrink from their allegiance to such an organization controlled by secret bound oaths and engendering the worst of a principles or rather prejudices for they Are not worthy the name of principles and return to Freedom of mind and body and to the Standard of their country. But to the article in the Union which puts the Quot has emigration injured such a question would seem a Propri ated enough for indians upon the great ply fire Marine insurance company of , Conn. ,. Capital Stock s300, 00. Years untutored natured reigned supreme and Reward those who have fought our Battles against the common foe. Who does not see How such a picture held up before the hunted and starving masses of ancient kingdoms is like the voice of god hims Elij calling them hither wards it is he who Speaks in these wonderful and manifold evidences Othia goodness and his glory. And when the emigrants come answering to up As the agents of the Supra me ruler do they take from us without giving in return do they not a d to make the wilderness Blossom As the Rose to dig the eau in to heave the ponderous Granite from timeworn caves to Strech the Long line of Railroad to pay taxes to contend against our enemies at Home and abroad Quot but More than this leaving the material thus Given on Tho one hand and returned a thousand fold upon the other to those who Delight in such calculations who will estimate the general advantages to those rational principles of Freedom and of civilization and of Law. Secured to use by these additions to our population exceptions indeed there Are to this rules deplorable exceptions. And. So where there exceptions after the revolutionary War among a native born people who rebelled in the face of sacred obligations and resisted the delegated authority with Tho Strong Arm. But the problem has been too fully and clearly solved in regard to emigrants to this country. Here All nations mingle and make up a race such As the Sun has never shone upon and the feature that towers most prominently in All the states that arrests and converts if it does not denounce and overwhelm every element of foreign tumult transported Here a is the feature that when men would be truly free they must be obedient to the Laws they themselves have made or sworn to respect. And this is the Rock upon which for fifty years a popular government has stood and upon which it now stands stronger than Ever. This too is the Rock upon which absurd prophecies and Craven fears have been shivered to atoms. Quot the narrow bigot or Tho selfish demagogue May choose to extract apprehensions from these observations but we advise him to adjourn his criticisms. We advise him to leave As a legacy to the future his present prosecutions and plots and there can be but Little danger of the Issue for if he will try his theories now he must rest on a More enduring basis than Mere proscription and envy. He must erect his Standard higher than the secret cells of Midnight schemers. He must raise his voice in a purer atmosphere than that which exhales from oath bound orgies. He May riot for a Day in the excitement resulting from intoxicating prejudices and glittering promises. But he must oppose arguments to facts truth to history great thoughts and Practa a Al benefits to the solid and inspiring record that we hold up before his eyes. We cannot realize such a Prospect in Tho not too Distant future when the Pacific slope will swarm with human beings when the untrodden Empire that now belong to our country will be people with freemen when against him accused him of being a notorious Gamester. Jack was called up and closely interrogated but he denied the fac at the same time declaring that the never played a card in his life. To be More fully convinced the gentleman ordered him to be searched when behold a pack of cards was found in his pocket. Highly incensed at Jack s want of veracity the Noble Naan demanded in a rage How he dared to persist in an untruth. Front tie country Gen Lumen. Hints for february pruning. During this and the succeeding month the fruit Trees should be examined and whatever pruning is necessary got through with. Dead or decaying branches should invariably be Cut out Low enough to secure live branches and if the limb be a luge one it is hotter to trim it off afer the saw with a Sharp knife or Hatchet. The saw is but a poor pruning instrument at Best without trimming ii Quot especially on tha out aide of the wound As it will scarcely Ever heal Over whereas if the branches Are Cut with a Sharp . And the three healthy the a surrounding bark will soon cover the wound and Quot my lord Quot replied he Quot i certainly do not no a thus Avert decay. The object in pruning varies the meaning of a card the bundle in my pocket with the different sorts of fruit. Is my almanac. Quot your almanac indeed then 1 desire that you will prove Quot Well sir i will begin. There Are four suits in the pack that intimates the four quarters in the year As there Are thirteen cards to each suit so there Are thirteen weeks in a Quarter there Are also the same number of Lunation the twelve signs of the Zodiac through which the Sun steers his diurnal course in one year there Are fifty two cards in on pack that directly answer for the number of weeks in a year examine them More minutely and you will find three Hundred and sixty five spots As Many As there Days in the year these multiplied by Twenty four and sixty and you have the exact number of hours and minutes in a year. Thus sir i Hope i have convinced you it is my almanac and by your lordship s permission i will prove it my prayer Book also. I look upon the four suits As representing the four prevailing religions christianity Judaism Mahometa ism and paganism the twelve court cards remind me of tie twelve patriarchs trom whom sprang the twelve tribes of Israel the twelve apostles the twelve air till amps of Christian Faith. The King reminds me of the allegiance due to his majority the Queen of the same to her majesty the Queen of the same to her majesty. The ten brings to my recollection the ten cities in the Plains of Sodom and gomorrah destroyed by fire and Brimstone from heaven the ten plagues of Egypt the ten commandments Tho ten tribes Cut off for their vices. The nine reminds me of the nine muses the nine Noble orders among men. The eight reminds me of the eight beauties the eight persons saved in Noah s Ark apples and pears where allowed full scope require thinning merely of weak and Cross branches and All Spray Cut clean out in the body of the tree. Dwarf and espalier Trees require somewhat d Efferen pruning but most of which should be performed in the summer All that is required at this season being to shorten in the unproductive shoots of established Trees w thin two or three inches of the a length taking care top a orc the fruit Budd which Are readily known by their round and plump form. Peach Trees Are much benefited by pruning As if commenced while Young the tree Wil Al ways remain Bushy and Quot close Quot while if left to itself it will become in a Short time an ugly straggling tree with a few bearing shoots at the top. Cut out All weak spindly growth except where wanted to fill up a vacancy and shorten in the leading shoot of each Branch. We prefer doing this to shortening the branches we intend to leave. If the tree is inclined to be crowded a third of the Young Wood May be taken out with advantage. It is better to leave the Salmagundi. A now then Thomas what Are you burning off my writing table v said an author to bin servant. Quot Only the paper that s written All Over j i Haven t touched the clean Quot was the reply. A they make sandwiches in Australia by put Quot ing a piece of leather bet Vreen two shingles. Tha Price depends on the Supply of old boots. A the sensitive actor who could t sit in the same room with a Tea urn on account of to hissing has just been killed by a Quot burst of a soldiers come what May i never be at a loss for bread As they can always fall Back upon the regimental Roll. A Why is it impossible that there should be one Best horse in the world ? because at every race course you la find a better. A Why Are the names of the jewish tribes Lili a the serpents in India ? because they re found in numbers. A to make hens Lay perpetually hit them on the head with a big club. Other modes Havre been recommended but this is the Only a a Quot we have found effectual. A a sentimental Chap intends to Petit in a for an act to improve the channels t f affection so that henceforth the Quot course of True Ion e May run a Why is a Man who marries twice to the Captain of a ship because he has a second mate. A a married woman ought to last longer a single one because she is Hus banded. A it requires capital to Start a daily paper. It i l Stop itself. A Tho Man who Quot kept his word Quot gave serious offence to a Webster who wanted it for his d tit ions contained in the lord s prayer the five reminds me of the senses Given by god to Man a hearing seeing feeling tasting and smelling. The four puts me in mind of the four evangelists the four seasons of the year. The three reminds me of the Trinity the three hours our Saviour was on the Cross the three Days he Lay interred. The two reminds me of the two testaments the two contrary principles struggling in Many Vir we have rescued the suffering nations of this j tue and vice. The one reminds me of Tho Only hemisphere by the Force of a peaceful example j True god to adore worship and serve one truth from the sword and Tho Bayonet when our lakes to practice and one Good master to serve and on All their Borders will fulfil the that pruning of peach Trees till All danger of excessive cold past As the it Bud it in extreme cases arc killed by i tonary Frost and where this occurs pruning must be a let a girl to Ever so Young the moment so done accordingly. J is married she becomes a woman. The native grape vines that have remained in the game of fashionable life is to Plav covered and in pruned May be done at any time i against the fruit will come much finer and suffer less i try a i from mildew and Othor pests if ample space Jug i the great value of arithmetic is to add it it left for the development of the foliage. Undergo pruning should the branches be nearer each who fish Ivr other after they Are done than eighteen inches compliments deserve to get a bite three feet is better. Two sorts of defective a ii currants and Goober should also be pruned the defective.,. Established Trees of the red and White currants i a married lovers a Hen pecked husband the eight persons mention dem scripture to be a require the Young Wood Well pruned Back and declared that he longer he lived the More released from death to Hoo. The seven adminis-1goo.<ebernes, the last years Wood thinned consid wis smitten tearing spirits that stand before the throne of god Erable leaving Mounir Wood Enouch to be free i the seven seals wherewith the Book of Lite is Seal from crowding during . The seven Liberal arts and sciences Given by j the Black currant is much neglected in this habit should get it. God for the instruction of a i the seven wond country. To grow it to perfection requires a ers of the world. The six reminds me of the pc moist soil very Rich in pruning it Only requires a Choice of .4. t be d the branches thinned and occasionally the older to she m r awaits them and renew there the glories of the ancient republics when in All the world there is no tyrant and when their need be no emigrants to this land because toleration Equality and peace will be the common blessings of the whole family of Man Quot so far is very Wells it Aid the Nobleman Quot but i believe it of Havo omitted one card the Knave. Quot Quot True my lord the Knave reminds my of your lordship s informer. The Nobleman became More pleased with Jack than before freely forgave him raised his wages and discharged the informer. find in the Louisiana courier ones taken out. The last French Corre upon Dent of in to clip the following from the Rural new yorker. The use of carrots both for cows and horses is now a subject of much discussion and also one of much importance. We shall from time to Tim to give our such reliable Ira formation As May be found on the subject in Essres. Editors a i have tried feeding carrots to Milch cows and will give you one of my experiments. I have april loth seven in milk one calved in june the rest in september and october i raided 80 bushels Ruta Bagas and i 409 of carrots and fed them to my cows Gonic Sciug Tho first of december. I gave them 2 4 bushels per Day at noon the Ruta Bagas first and when they were All fed out the Aine Quanti j to of carrots. I found when i had fed the latter a few Daya that my Cowa were each giving from two t j three pints of m la More per Day than when fed on Nita a a. I was feeding be sometimes melancholy but no matter As Loti As she is pensive without the sex. A it s a fact but you very rarely the woman playing a chess together. We supp is because with such a partner there is but lit amusement to either in being mated. A or. Casin having heard the Famou i thomis Fuller repeat some verges on a scolding wife so delighted with them As to request a .-5 a Quot there is no necessity for that Quot said Fuller a you have got the fair play and no favor. He who reads and Comoa to pay shall read again another Day but he who will not Plank the Cash. Through his name on our Cristion to v wet Hall to compelled however re tartly to make a lung books and stationery. L Illel has received his Spring and Aumi her Cut 2i Supply of looks and stationery and has now on hand the hell Slock Ever Lor ease in this Market. Ii consists of rhe Laie reigned agent of Eisold and Well know a fully authorised to insure d veiling is stores Iloth warehouses Milu Manu victories urns also ii leasehold furniture and goods a Dirks and Al a Chandise contained and stored Chereia against i of every description used in this Vicinity and offers loss <3r a Omige by fire i them at wholesale or retail. Country merch Anib Al dry goods groceries manufactured goods will do As Well to buy of him of to go East Polace household furniture live Stock and every Law keeps a general assortment of totberd�38ription of merchandise or personal properly j Standard Law books and has Taci lilies for ordering hipped or to be shipped per Good Steamboat or boats \ anything in this line that May be wanted t. Or Tram Points on the Western Waters or Between medical to oks every thing in them Dica the proceedings of a democratic meeting in marshal county mies., one Resolution of which Prairies of the West in general Council assembled but that such a question should be necessary to put to a people Whoso very existence is founded upon emigration from foreign shores and whose Power and glory progressed with the Continua to Correct whatever mischief May required Cor Quot a the now Modris Thuv the cow that calved last for Tho trial. Within own organization. No new cards distributed in i or Eal and carrots and i fed per t m 3 have perfected an arrangement we party is needed for any such purpose. If the a Ivia Ronai county miss., one Resolution of Iii a City journal writing from Paris Speaks of Ai presents an admirable summary of political truth a Rcw style of visiting card and is beginning to a cup Quot Quot Quot it is As follows in Vogis be in that City. He intimates that it is a resolved that we believe the great demo creating a sensation and that it will speedily cratic party of this country is fully competent to adopted by All Good Lookin Young the value of carrots fat a a Keg milk so i my is meanwhile with Ake meal and grounds. The i thought struck to that i Hay and two pounds wheat should to consolidation of the Michigan Southern r Northern Irvana n. Y. Trib. Of the 90th, says the in Chiyau sont firn and Northern Luna and Lichi in roads have Dee very Eusiblo roads which thing have committees of thaia. Been in for sir. Tion of the Moat Liberal inducements for such emigration to continue is one of the remarkable events of these eventful times. Yet to it is and naturalization Laws shall be found defective we necessity seems imperative and it is ably and believe the democratic party As now organized a Quot a Jujj we should think successfully Quot Quot Quot a Quot a to i Oliai a i it Union says Quot it is stated we know not the legislature of Wisconsin passed resolutions against any alteration of the profusion at new year there is a new i produced a great sensation become the fashion with those pattern cities via lakes or other Inland routes and by town in the Western the hazards of Giorg line of a Standard character can be had at will a Book Inland t r a n s p o it a t Ion Alan shipments of goods wares and Mai Chandise Fer Good vessel or Vessells Between new Orleans and Buterin p>rt3�?Between new Orleans and other Guu 3.>rt3�?Between All american ports and English or Earp san ports or to any maritime ports whatsoever j a the Atlantie water against the perils of the sea3. Miscellaneous full Supply of All standards works together with All t in Standard poets Are kept constants on hand and new miscellaneous books Are received As soon As published. Paper. French in gush and american Cap and letter paper Worth from one Dollar and fifty cents to five fart 3�ri�fjrmition, apply Toa Ajohn Slough .fr., a eat Protection insurance company. Rrt w4yne,Jan. 16, 1850. Att Ollney at Law l. M. Ninde at Toby. No counsel Llor at Law via Yob Indiana. Office of order of Mam Casio Una streets. Y 26 dr.e.8turg18, o feed Ici be ind sure Eiynk his office on Nios Cri Quiring Iii a a a vice a wiil meet wit i prompt Atte in Ici . 1847.________ William . Ing and hardware paper he has Al ways for Sale to Iii he has also just received a Large lot of fancy articles such As Fine Rosewood and mahogany writing desks ,c8rd cases ladies port monies Anc genes travelling cases together with the most Beautiful 1 articles of All which the ladies Are requested of take 1 particular notice of Viz a splendid lot of ladies Cabas of the latest and mos fashionable style. Paper Mangin is. He keeps the Bart Stock of Poperl landings window shades and fire Board ii Rinta n the place. May 12tb Hir Hough or. Houg h 86 Jones attorney and by a fire Oris at Lau fort n Towill attend to Alixe Gai business entrusted to their care and will give special attention to he collecting and debts throughout the references. Ai Lenh Milton Kort Waym. A offerd , j. amp Hilvid Peaytt Quot found fac Vaite Maume it i. Aylor amp Hogg Quot w. A oti�&co.,clevelafi<i/ 7ichc�ck, ,,7 amp w. , Cincinnati ,Esq a a toxic French. Quot , amp minor andr Wiit Stoddard amp Lovering. I a4 ,twee7t ., a i Owell amp by Delp. A a Wood y Abbot Wilkes attn it ., Buffalo. &.noye, t big Lett amp fair Thorn j. L. Wolanen Case. Worded or Sii Catl Attori ctr at . Fli be 8. W. Corner of Public Irenr b office. 1st, 1853. Fort i Joseph Pierto it. Altos Ney amp Coli no Ellor at Tiaw land it t collect10iva it. Fort be we Lawill practice in the the and Federal courts and give special attention to land age Cie and the securing and collection of debts in any part of Laii aaa. Re Brinces. 6rinnoii,. Pub Leo work k Moore Jahob .y.ird, amp . Tweed a Ilton amp Plimpton Rob thy top Eil. Clark work. . W a. A. Brown a . Allan Hami Toji a tech my Golloub / , twi a or .9pp<nittet t. The Best Young country. Hyson in the j. Amp Graf. Few York. A Infin Noti. Oaton. A it mint. X clip re pc tit ill deliver All goods bought at the Emporium to any Parton the City free . South Side of Columbia St., three doors East of so ., Rifle and pistol manufacturers dealers in double and single Barry i shot guns revolvers and other Pis Ola powder shot and Caps. Guns neatly repaired. Guns motifs furnished with materials a Low frices. Store on South Side Columbia Street three do Ore East of Clinton. Or increased twist target by Tea made to order and warranted to perform according to the a nixed scale At 100 Yards an average of 1 Inch each shot. 200 Quot Quot 2i Quot 300 a Quot a a Quot 8 Smith amp . Aug. 27-. _y-8cash crockery in. , no. 195. Fearl Street nov door Bilow Malde Lane sew York. China Guasti and earthenware of every description at prices ten per cent below an credit House in tie City by the package or ver y careful to re packed for the county trip particular attention Given toot Dereby mail. 3 m piano stools. Just Rte Awad at Hills piano Forte Quot of Are room another Large lot of piano Todia of aide scrip Tiona wac wih be Hotd a i9w m pm in be Tifrit m Naur Yak naturalization Laws. This item of news has suggested some reflections on the subject of emigration which May not be inapplicable to present politics in 1840 the entire population of Wisconsin was 30,945. Quot in 1850 the entire population of w Wisconsin was 305,391�?being an increase in ten years of 886.88 per cent Quot of this 305,391 souls 11,477 were born in foreign countries and but 54,479 within the state of Wisconsin. There Are Many other evidences of the value of emigration which deserve notice. Quot Chicago that wonder of the lakes which twelve years ago was no larger than an Ordinary Village and which is now one of the great depot of the far West had a population of 30,000 two years ago. Of this number about one Kalf is composed of citizens born in other countries. Take next the City of Milwaukee Wisconsin which has Only risen into notice within a few years a gtd we find there a population of 20,000 three year ago of which 12,782 Are adopted citizens from Germany and Ireland. Quot Cincinnati the Queen City of Tho West has a population of 115,435, of which 54,500 Are adopted citizens from Germany and Ireland. Quot St. Louis is another wonder in 1852 it had a population of about 78,000, of which 38.397 were born in foreign countries chiefly from England Wales Ireland and Germany. Quot new Orleans has a population 50,470 native born to 48,601 foreign born mainly irom Ireland France and Germany. Quot Detroit numbers 11,055 native to 9,927 for a in born Quot Boston has 88,948 native to 46,667 foreign born. Quot Philadelphia has 286,346 native to 121,699 foreign born. Quot it a beara Bays the compendium of the census compiled by or. Disbow that there were in 1-8m. In the United state 961,71i persons born in Ireland 278,675 born in England 70,550 in Scotland 29,868 in Wales making a total for great Britain and Ireland of 1,340,812, which is considerable More than one half of the total foreign born residents in the United states. If British America be added 147,711 there will be a total of 1,488,523, which makes two thirds of the total foreign born. From France there Are 54,->069 from Prussia 10,549 from the rest of Ger Many. .573,225 and some 80,000 from other could tries including the Union closes the article with the following Strong and thrilling Appeal to the just feeling of Tho county Quot it is not necessary that we should retrace the history of emigration for the last Twenty years to show How and by whom these lands Are Piir chased. While the government liberalized Laws cheapens Timic lands and peacefully treats with the aborigines the doctrines of our forefathers Are equally respite and applied and the and Dow-tro4den of the old world come hat Henrard to help the cause of enlightened Liberty on these Shore my to find Homes for them selves Nih none to molest or make afraid. We thus Alfill ennobling duties and hold Yaj Jug Day 27 paid ads of Hay 4i pounds of mixed meal Only requires confirmation of the two it r., a and 22 of carrots. And she a rave 45 pounds go into it infect by which tha two roads will a a which has produced a great sensation and w 1 i Ujj j apr wet hot the expensive Competition we. A Quot l ,. P i j t i amount runners Erat Lve a that Tho Nav Days she came no to each Bead will not to less than s250,0q j again to 35 pounds of milk per Day. Anum. Party to Ponder seriously before they leap by j a this shows that carrots Are Worth to me. To hasten my to join an organization to break Down countenance on new years motives to none we would respectfully ask circumstances under which Quot the democrats who Are becoming distrustful of their �3 i Ade. For instance on Ordinary Occa v a in. If eave robbery of boxes or r i foreign influence As it is termed. Is there not and sue rth s20 per ton in the barn and at 3 cents shipped from California by the nor lie danger Tea they will it in Power a class of Ciu Dolence per quart or 1 cent per Pound for Midk 6 pounds to Page Bacon amp c., a new \ Oric it was Federal politicians entertaining it i Erin Ciales with / or certain on thursday had been Stolon. In to Schiher contained forty thousand a Lar Quot a Worth of which they Hae Bee Nat car All the a instead of the symbolical Lette s cows precious Metal. It is supposed Dollar s Worth t but what High p p c., the Vitor will to represented on his s a a Portuni the precious Metal. It is supposed that the Card coded with Tho travelling Cap and framed . . Bery took place while crossing the isthmus i in the window of a Railroad car. 1 he Art of. not known until after the arrival in a v photography has been so Simp fied fat the Cost Jurj in rare a Vermont Farmer a Turk when upon the boxes being opened of these portraits cards but Small. One Hundred Jug following is a sure method of clarifying the parties they were found to contain Iron ii. May be had for Twenty Iive francs or five . Guar a filter All your sap before boiling through Stead of Gold. There is not the Shadow of doubt but what High Tariff Bank internal improvement and no Extension of territory politicians will Rule the secret order of know nothings americans or what Ever Namo they give it therefore to join it to put out one spark of fire there is danger of becoming enveloped in the flame of All other parties Are antagonistic Al to the democratic party and a party that has succeeded in bringing Forth a Prosperity unparalleled in the history of nations should not be abandoned for Light and transient breast pins used As is easily to be understood that an ornament so capable of variety in form and material would give birth to the mania for forming collections. A financier Well known under the restoration enjoyed the reputation of the greatest Amateur in breast pins of the capital. His charming wife who might have been taken for his daughter was most attentive in her endeavours to satisfy his mania and not Only on Ordinary occasions but at All times was glad to seize opportunities for presenting him with a new breast pin utterly unlike any he possessed. More she attention so far As to insist upon reserving to herself As her exclusive privilege the care of selecting and placing the pin to be worn every morning As the Reader May readily understand the husband was delighted to be Tho object of attentions so delicate and constant. But of be raining perfidy must the mystery be revealed ? each specimen of this Rich collection had a private signification understood by Madame and a Young gentleman whom her husband visited daily. A solitary Brilliant Cut Obleni of the Shepherd s Star meant Quot i shall be alone this a Camea with the head of Medusa carved upon it meant Quot my husband will be at a me Dion full of hair Quot i have the head there was a breast pin for each theatre for each walk for each Friend s House at which a meeting could be arranged. All the phases of an intrigue had their Golden representative and thus ornamented with secret hieroglyphics which he was proud to carry about with him the poor fancier was the faithful but unconscious messenger in the reasons of which he was the a Clini a history the Cravat a certain member of Congress from one of the Eastern states was a peaking one Day on some imi it Orton question and became Verajr Anima Teil during which sat a brother member Bis opponent on the question smiling. This annoyed him very much and he indignantly demanded Why the gentleman from was laughing at him. Quot i was smiling at your manner of making Monkey facet % 11 Well sir you have to of passion to try the Experiment for nature has moved Jou the tramble. The Hammer was distinctly heard aids a Roar of laughter calling the Hoofe to order. And Are hand formerly executed and Embel hired Quot. Hopper or Box of Sand which he satisfied take out not Only All the stains derived from Domestic crusty old Bachelor who leaves tubs crumbs of bark but All other color can see no Good in anything not foreign pitches eng matter that can prevent tie sugar from being into our american maids and matrons in the pure White. Following rather Curt manner for not attending ,1-----1 1 a to in this neglect of House it Quot an old and suggests to us hold american females stand alone. A Tho importance of calling the attention of those Gorman lady no matter How High her rank whose Means Al of t a i to forgets hat Domestic labors Conduce to the selves with a Supply of Bedel Othma and firewood Hulth of body and mind alike. A English to the. Fact that if they Wii i i one or two by lady whether she be Only a gentleman a wife or bother water heated so that one can hardly a i and hold the hand m it and Placo them corked tight aristocratic Sisters. The result is a to ssi tude of found still quite warm. 1 he practice of the sex mind often As fatal to the health As neglect of pediment will save any family the consumption of bodily exercise the wife who leaves her House More or less Wood and afford a comfortable night s hold cares to the servants pays the penalty rest to Many who must otherwise sufi much which has been affixed to idleness since the from the .ii._______ foundation of the world and either Wilts away to cure Lowic a paper of Tobac from ennui or is driven to All sorts of fashion a of pour Union it a wine of warm water Bio follies to find employment for the j squeeze out part of Tui moisture. And after place ii the pulp upon a slice of bread Aji ply it As a blunders in the celebrated Tea Char Piaster to Ltd the is no thing like it for once prescribed to his theological pupils Quot Xiv Over Tho tooth acc a and it the on y remedy for Correct an error in Tho pulpit unless it be Here worst in rms Tho a be in the face. By or we remember hearing a clergy to fish a Man say in his discourse. Quot blessed Are the eyes great a we f which h ear and the ears that see what yes Pilsl part about Fredricksburg one be. Lately read in an Exchange of ii or that Lach late mini iter of the Muir House hat or. In Manin thetic n to. Penned is , at nigh be near Dun of Quot a Quot safety. He was aroused in the dark silent Dee was remarkable for his absence of mind. In hour Quot Quot by the Wigint of Ells bounced up and the a his Pravir one Day to said. "0 lord bless allo it Ala sous re at the mess. Led rank Degreeff person. From the King on were no Ott his Cavil do in a hurry the Dunghill to the belar on the then Hans greatly , mounted h e Fleet Bob ail like to Iii u without gun knife or Pilot told pan less Cut a Atliss shoe and hatless and with the rear portion of of his shirt playing in Graceful Horn Thev Contal position anade Pursuit shouting Moat Lusti a the the Brit a aristocracy Tho aristocracy a f great Britain Are meeting with rather rough trn Niento at the present time from several of t prominent Joi Ruals of that country. Says i drum Quot a paper a Ilene Cirth we must have Gonc rals and filers from the great mass of the people and n i from a few Chin rules. Genius and wounds Ai i service mum a. I Forth Purchase military no. And not it i. Sears May buy promotion. F not Bank checks. And the time is fast com m events May hurry it on when the peo. Of England will no longer be the property of ii nov Brae Bouses Coroner de noodles and dood. A a be Wilities that Cajipe in with the conquer and will go out with the coming of Tho Cou ii. Ing will Supply their own stat Sui 1 in wins will Rule and not old Sam is a wag in Bis Way. to. Washington a tar and enjoys heartily the or. Pectic joke of being shall aged in his old a for words spoken in the discharge of his Dut. As a legislator. To hear that he declares Thui Jbf a uld any reach him he Sha i turn Tueni and the Matt Ora of which they Over to his faithful mulatto attendant , so Well known to All Quot men i town Quot in Washington As univ Long been a Man in his Day. It is whispered that Chi has been practising for some time pa5t at to paces in anticipation of being called on Tiu n half a dozen Little affairs of Honor Oft Tui Genic. The Dunghill to the beggar ret collecting himself he added "1 moan from the beggar on Tho throne to the King on the we have often hear 3 men make mistake worse by attempting to Correct Thiu blundered in their correction More than original error. Ivy att coo4.�?&Quot what to Cook and How to eat it Quot is tha title of an article going the round of our Exchange. An article on what to eat and How to Quot set Quot it would be much More accept Ash Thea Ehard times. By \ a temporary speaking of the report on gentlemen s fashion says there is not Chance in font Lemen s a a anti Tula Verj us to a. Thor if Lacon tells the of town a Finice ii ird a gentleman make a witty n i a to one who asserted that he Ltd not believe the was one truly honest Man in the worm. Mrs he Quot it is Puite impossible that one m a should know All the world but it is Emte that some one Man May know Unselt pleasant to have read of a a Ratiu by in his Mother Tongue to the messes. Red skin to Stop or he d scrap and roast every Mother s Ion of them. The indians who were some ten or fifteen in of lumber 8uppt�ing they were purified by a Reg ment of texan rangers took Topflight regardless of Booty lava Iii not Only the Hose it they had taken big two \ or Fine Hor a i of their own together with any number of bows laity to improve. Ind Orro if Speais knives Gros and it Aher India a _ a a Quot Quot it has a Ereat Deal of Maui to fan which were found the Nax Tda scatter end along for about a Mik from be i is of paid fori l to in their horses Nusi a take a Wool fibr. Des it is a sure win Tuat be t my no Danu Uliey thou to their add had come pm Idom find Tault Wita their tap opt Jim. A a Ansco Irke. A week has elapsed sine the fair patient alluded to had recoup to to i wonderful cure an Dinow her health a a

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