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Indianapolis Indiana State Guard (Newspaper) - November 10, 1860, Indianapolis, Indiana The Indiana state Guthe coins titty Tioy the Union and the Equality of the states vol. . Apolis ind., saturday november 10, 1860. No. 1.the Indiana state guard is printed and every saturday by elder amp Harkness at thir Book and Job printing Ohice on Meridian Street opposite the Post of Bce Indianapolis ind. T k u n s. Our copy c mini this a Une Coj Gay 1 year. I Lei cop Ilii 1 lir. J a icily Goji ies 1 Jedi $0 75 1 50 12 50 50 0�o us in a Vance in my casks. J it no per will be sent Uii lil pm ii for iii id no paper will lie cd Ltd after the Lime iii ii for cup Ira a i Ilcus re Noweita. A Kalis of . 011� Gifu fire c8 lilies or Les so ins for 1 a eek.0 50 Lor e ii i subs it iii edit insertion.0 525 for Oliree in it i ln.�3 00 Quot f r iii iiioiith.-�----,.5 00 Quot for one year Wii Lionil allerulioii.8 00 Quot for one your wit i Frei Keiit c 00 a sin ill re licit iii Uitile on Larimer flu . Cuts and Spet Ial notices double the above Rales. X c to .11 a. A a a a if. published at the expense of the attorneys ordering Lilieni and p i it Niento is due when the purr Ati ii i Niide. No extra cd Marjre made for furn skiing affidavit of publican iii. We will not by Arcoui liable for the acc Rucj of Nepal Adverl a intents. Jtj he handed in by thursday of each week. Or they will be deferred until the next Issue. From the Knickerbocker Magazine autumn. Summer was dead and now it was he Day of autumn s grand reception. Tivas tie time Quot when All who sought her Bounty should receive full Abr Labner. I had seen tie loaded Wains go it rack iii j the door and poverty s Jhale child ii t lad in rags. Walked sinining by wit ii pails of fruit and then i knew tie generous Chieen had come summer s successor. J was e or a time and Loyal subject to the reigning Power and strange moved Ine As 1 went to Linail Lier in majesty. An open space of undulating up ail Girt Willi Wood an Island in a Lake of foliage she Choie for her reception Hall. A crowd of proud attendants dressed in livery Gay game in her train and Kuks goddess kind brought All her yellow Sli eaves and Golden Corn like a True maid of Honor while behind pos Iona followed scattering her fruit Isalt dancing to the tune that piping pan avas playing on his Reed. But autumn sure was glorious and queenly o or her brow a Crown of glittering grains was placed set Here and there with dark and a Hining Cones i it Ike the Jet beaded Blackberry. Iler hair of richest Brown a clustered grape Vine wreathed Twining and looping up the Large soft curls. With its own Urple Beauty and her Cheek Brunette and Bright with color throbbed with veins like those which Streak the peach s Down face. Her deeper tinted lips were like some fruit opened from Over Rij Jeness and a smile a melancholy smile played round their curves and her Large Eye with purple blackness soft was covered like the Dahlia s velvet heart. That bloomed upon her breast. Their dreamy gaze seemed fair off fixed As though they tried to read some volume of the future. Now and then a troubled Ligpit Ila sized to rough their Mellow Depths. And cast a shrift and flickering gloom acro.?s her Olive tinted brow while her proud Frame would shiver As with fear and her line Mouth tremble and work with smiles so sweetly sad it thrilled me for they seemed so out of place. Her gorgeous Robe flowed from her faultless Throat Down to her Silver Sandal led feet and trailed in heavy folds upon the carpet Gay _ that zephyrus was spreading while he sighed with every Leaf his Balmy fingers placed Ier name in softest breath and she would yield her sad and j a Ful smile with Sueh a Grace so passively it made him sigh the More. I gazed in admiration As she came breathless with Awe and reverence i stood and worst ripped silently. Yet when i heard the rustling that her to ailing garments made still nearer come 1 Knelt and dressed my brow upon the Maui leaves at her shining feet in Humble ado rat ii. Tsien she Laid her fingers on in and my being thrilled till every nerve became electric wire at her Light touch so that i wondered not the fragile leave Sli Ould to Enible Blush and pout As she brushed by them. Slow she raised me usand with Tho a changing Dee magnetic eyes i joked through my Liepart. Then quickly she in Clas de the Robe that hid her Beauty and i saw the Pearl like Lustre of her Virgin breast a heaving wave of trembling loveliness it Rose and fell. Here is a gift she said i be worn it next my heart a Little Plant that i have Hametl reflection life with thee has hardly put its summer brightness on and thou Wilt find it is not yet Loo Lale to cultivate this germ. Tend it with eare so when thy autunm comes the choicest fruit Avill All the past re a her quiet tones were ended with a Sigli and something like a kiss fell melting on my Cheek and left a sense of painful . Tsien she placed the tender rare exotic on my heart. And Avith a sudden wildness in her Mien she hurried on. Twas scarce an hour ago i thought i heard unusual meanings bounding in the wind. And the tall Pines smitten and Bent with grief were sobbing loud so from the casement panes i watched with anxious scrutinizing glance. For this new cause of mourning. And behold this strange and queenly autumn that i saw Avent shrieking past her Fine hair blown about her wasted face her dark eyes fierce and blight Quot with maniac wildness and her meagre form half Clad in tattered remnants of her Robe. Her naked feet struck on the Flinty l Oad Yei still she fled with thin consumptive form liaising her withered fingers now and then Cassandra like and pointing far away. Shrieked insane prophecies. No soul was left of All her court and Gay a paroled train not even sighing Obi ii discs was there to Calm her insane vagaries. I wept a tear upon the treasured germ she gave. The while my Eye pursued iter flying form and just As distance look her from my gaze i saw Liat was close behind with icy Fetters manacles and chains. Poor Civ Izy dying autumn let us make a Dirge for poetry of blowing. By o. W. . Clear the Brown path to meet the Coulter s gleam to Oil he comes behind his smoking team with toil s Bright Dew drops on his Sunburst Broad the lord of Earth the hero of the plow first in the Field before tie reddening Sun. Last in the Shadow when the Day is done. Line after line along the burning Sod mark.? the Broad acres where Bis feet have trod still where he treads the stubborn clods Divide tie smooth fresh Burrow opens deep and wide minted and dense the tangled turf up heaves Mellow and dark the Ridgy Corn Field Cleaves up the Steep Hill Side where the Labouring train stands the Long track that scores the level Plain Shrouf h the moist Valley Clogg d with oozing Clay. The patient Convoy Breaks its destined Way at every turn the loosening chains resound the springing ploughshares circles glistening round till tiie Ime Fiew one Billowy waste appear a we re Liandi unbind the pan log own. From the Knickerbocker Magazine the observations of Mace Sloper Esq. I want to introduce you my beloved slope rite read Ere and genial Knickerbock Erite friends to an individual whom you live probably met before under one name or another upwards of a Hundred times. Whether 3 of be really thought 7p/ioi he actually is and what sort of a Roie he plays in the great comedy of american life is something you must Settle with yourself. In fact it s a most Dubine Rousky doubtful matter of great uncertainty and unsettled Ness whether i who am so far away from being one of your smart sort can succeed in hitting a Milf with All the Clara obscure s and Harry desks which envelope him. But i la try my hand awhile waiting for some better artist to come and do it More completely. I m talking about Appledore Fowler a Man with decent names enough and As most people think him a decent individual enough. But the fact is Apple Dove is not Only what Hiram Calls a Subtle and dangerous bore but also a Subtle and dangerous Humbug of the worst description. Did you Ever find out in your wide experience dear Knickerbocker that there Are certain and divers people whom you got along very Well with for a Good while even below Ling yourself with the idea that j of liked them if not compas Sibly or taking in All the in ints of affection at least on a few. To and behold one Fine Spring morning or autumn afternoon it struck you like walking into a Well that the individual in question was very far irom being in your line and that it would rather be a Relief to see his name Down among the passengers for Canton. It came on you like the Grad-1 Ual conviction that there had been a Beetle Salt mixed up with the sugar in your cot fee or a slightly i prop j or egg insinuated in your on Telette. From the concussion of the idea to its discussion is j Only an instant after which comes by Way of Reper and Cap the Climax the remark Quot Well i Altai a thought there was something mighty queer about him anyhow Quot i Quot Uncer Quot in about a week gets to mean something about As agreeable As the discovery that you be been stuck with a counterfeit Bank note anal can t remember where you caught it. And alien you begin to re j Call How it used to strike you in a dim sort of Way that the Young Man in question had a Good n any friends who never spoke Well of him. Suddenly it conies into your head that he looks or talks unc of a Only like somebody you used to despise like Root Beer about Twenty years ago. This generally settles the you Don t take any More lunches with him you Don t Trade cigars with him any More trying to see if you can t give him the Best you Don t want o Sec his name any More on paper you turn the Gas off on him and you in Down on him generally. I now if you dear Reader be a decent High minded generous and Nice individual As you uncut St Ion ably Are there s generally hid away somewhere plenty of right Good sound reasons for your antipathy particularly if you be a woman Patanella Seton was going to spend two Days of summer shopping in new York and stay with an aunt so i took her Down on the boat. A Nice time we had talking Over what Mould be bought for a or pisses and who we d be Likely to meet and who Tiger the town would be empty or warm or Dusty and if Amelia had any Long gloves left and would like some of the swedish. For country Wear and where those lawns were to be had and if i remembered what that last Book of Ticknor amp Fields was which Bertha wanted and if i had read Fields poems and if i had heard How much he had seen of Tennyson lately in England and what i thought of Stoddard and Aid i Rich and Stedman and Bayard Talor and Paul Hayne and if i did t love the Amber gods and had i i read Ann Whitney s poems and what glorious things they were and who was it that wrote that i splendid Quot glance at Victor Hugo Quot and those Fine letters in the Mobile journal and and while going on at a grand rate and telling me All sorts of things i saw Nella s eyes suddenly shut half up�?7iot Doton observed and then open again while in the next instant she greeted and introduced me to Appledore Fowler a decent enough looking Man of some thirty eight thanksgivings a person of medium height and clean nails Nice Linen and no jewelry and in fact so far description goes every Way calculated not to of tend the most fastidious. He went the Howdy do s with great Limber Ness went Over the weather like a freshly oiled Merriam Slid into the beauties of the River scenery like an Alderman s fingers into packages of japanese Ball tickets and turned out enthusiasm As easy As Eugenius Shine turned out the fourth Ward american female school i teachers. All the while Vantanella never took her eyes off him. There s a Way of flattering people by attention and that she had up to the nineties in the Shade. I say that Appledore Fowler seemed to me to be one of the most gentlemen men i Ever met and i in fact know that he was a gentleman by the Way he spoke. Quot you have Sueh a True love for nature or. Fowler said Nella at last. Please observe Reader that this was t pitched too High or too Low it did t go into flattery piping or come out in a common place tol de Rol tone. It said in the deepest Soi t of sincerity and in a Way that would slash a susceptible head t All into sausage meat i really do believe that you re one of those men in a ten thousand who have got the genuine article of sentiment the original Maria Farina and the ski dam 1 was taken in any Way for As i remarked before i 7nu>- t say that Appledore Fowler seemed to me to be one of the most cultivated men i Ever met and in fact i Imei that he was a cultivated Man by the Way he spoke. Me Wei e going through tie finest scenery on the River not to create a false impression and had been going it for some time. Aji Ledove i saw had been Reading a foreign Book of some kind i had a Good Chance to notice this for he accidentally held it a Good while so that i could t help seeing the cover. Quot i believe miss Seton Quot said Appledore Quot that i am gifted with a very sincere love Lor such scenery As tills. Not that i or any one can be gifted like you. Beauty of course is drawn by Beauty and those Lovely views were made for Lovely eyes As or. Sloper i see was just about 10 observe. To carry out his simile and Avail myself of his ingenious thought i would say that i do rejoice in having a great idea of Jue things because that is to say you know a it j uts me in enviable relation to the Moie Superior beings who Are gifted As i i mull say hat Appledore Fowler seemed to me when lie rung me in on Liat idea i never had to be a Man of uncommon tact and delicacy in fact i a Neil he was a Man of uncommon tact and Decca by from the Way he spoke a you evidently Are not one who travels without observing the beauties of nature Quot quoth Patanella. She be Jet her eyes earnestly on him and to make the conversation easier he Tui died his Back toward tie River and scenery so As to face her. He did it with a Little Graceful , which i noticed at the time in fact not to create a false impression i May say that i rather admired it. Quot yes Quot said april Dove Quot i draw strength from its primitive ardor which opens the future without however confounding that part of it which is the soul and imperishable virtue with that part which is Only Youthful and perishable mortal Quot yes Quot said i Quot be , and you will be i must say that Appledore used very moral and elegant language in last i Neui that he used elegant language by the Way he spoke Quot then Quot quoth Appledore Quot i should be like excuse the remarks like miss Seton. Like her As the Swan s reflection is like the Patanella continued to look steady at him and smiled so Gray that i began to see that Appledore was t making so much of a Mark on her As he thought. Quot and yet or. Fowler Quot said she Quot with All your enthusiasm for nature and All your exquisite take you do not lose sight of the practical. The whole world Speaks of you As exceedingly shrewd and sensible. I should think it would be impossible to circumvent you. One does t gain much reputation without Desei ving it struck me at the time that 1 had never heard any such stupendous records of Appledore s financial abilities in fact not to create a false impression i May by that not being one of your cute sort i had remained under the compression a kind of two Penny syst caring Anai Tom and snap judg ment Genius Dovey iii a Budness Way rather a Cross Between a dutch dumpling and a one horse Blower. But he at once marked i himself up at a much higher Figuir. Quot yes i flattered my self ahem i believe that 1 am. Up to a thing or two but it s simple miss s<5ton�? nothing easier. The first thing one must do is to get rid of All the Noble soul business one hears so much about. I really wonder that there s so much of such nonsense left to encumber commercial relations. Yoble so of Oul. Bah when it conies to common sense it Don t pay to believe that any oily Ever Milays anything but tie grab game. It May not be True but its always Safe to go on the a principle that most men Are thieves and that All men Are liars a the scripture says. I would to of course make so Broad an assertion on my own exit Prience. Beside i Don t say it s Irue that would be rude i Only say it s always Safe and a i know to be True. I must say that i began to think that Dovey was rather mixed up and a user in his notions though he them very politely and in fact still continued to show himself a gentleman by the Way he is Oke Quot and yet it seems melancholy Quot Siirid Patanella Quot to think that Superior intelligence Reid tires that we should act on the theory that everybody is a liar. Not being very practical myself it seems to me that if your doctrine is True i ought to disbelieve in it because you assert it Quot Here Dovey Soj firmed a Little Quot or to think that everybody steals if Uliey can not that it is Reaf so As you say but that we ought to act on the Suji position. But what makes it most melancholy is to reflect that it our experience As a practical business Man confirms it All. I m afraid there s joined Tine in Quot Oil Quot said Dovey Quot if you la Only reflect an instant it will appear True enough. You la Grant i suppose that every Man has Liis Price 1 believe continued Ovoy Triumph Vantly that Kolodij Ever disputed that. Some people s Price is High some Low. But nobody Ever held a i principle he would t sell out on for a High enough bid. And if every Man has his Price i for my i Art can t see the Diffen Nee Between admitting that and admitting that hell a the Early chistian martyrs Quot began Patanella. Quot sold out for a heavenly Crown Quot Pioth Dovey. Quot that was their Quot the martyrs to science Quot Quot not Josted on them. Mostly humbugs 1 suppose. Blew i presume in trying to find out some High pressure smut machine or Patent Medicine that would pay Quot Quot the martyrs to philosophy and free thought a a Quot Quot a Dovey smiling very affably As if he saw the Light now and were coming up to time Quot you must t talk about things. Miss Seton which nobody knows anything about. Who Ever heard of any such cases v 1 am not Avith it just began to occur Tome that in the first place the men who insist so much on general Rasca Lity Are As a Rule Fellows who have rushed up into a Little information on a few things of which information they Are enormously vain and that they always hold what they Donu know to be of no account at All and not to be recognized As i listing. Ami secondly i began to feel that Patanella understood an immense sight More than either of us that she avas taking in the great Points of a problem and that 00r a Grey was being played with like a counter and used for an Experiment while he thought he was arguing. I m not one of your cute sort but i saw this and marvelled sore Quot there was a Man once or. Fowler Quot Cju oth Nella Quot a Noble honest Man named Bruno who was perfectly indifferent to a future life Avo had no party or clique to applaud him Avo had been sated with literary Fame and he threw himself to preach new thoughts or ideas into the hands of the Church and was burned alive. This is All perfectly Quot a Quot said Dovey very Plain indeed Quot it was a Case of lunacy. Lunacy miss Seton of May not be aware is often extremely Subtle so very Subtle that sometimes you actually can t prove it. Five heard of a Man s being sent to an Asylum in England simply because his relatives proved a great Many intelligent and shrewd acts on his part Avrich it was argued had been assumed to conceal a a Quot sail Nella Quot there s no arguing against you i see. You Batter Down my poor defences terribly. What a lawyer you Avold have been How you would have kept the principal out of co dirt a that is the great Art of winning cases and to Sim july win the ease in Point is of Couise the great aim of All Law and of every sound Quot of course Quot quoth Dovey Quot of course. You see miss Seton allow me to make the remark with the uttermost deferential Ness that the aka Cicai. Man who has got rid of All the Bosh of Arhat they Call in their technical a phraseology honorable sentiment and Noble soul and such stuff must a Caius get the Best of it. Now you be read an immense sight More than i have but All your knowledge that Ever was that they bring up again the Way you used to feel the same things when a boy. When you and i were boys the shape of leaves the colors of an Apple or of Spear grass the looks of snakes and Inse tithe Small Corners and Fine finish of everything was observed More closely than now. Partly because it was newer and partly because our senses Weie fresher and partly because boys May l x k at Little things with their whole hearts without being continually called Way by dignity. To be sure nature has off her Fine work so finely that it s beyond your scope or even your Microscope but then nature has no dignity at All much less in deed than my Friend Erasmus Jackson d. D., Parson of pig Wackett Centre. In fact if youll observe her j you la find that she sometimes actually slides along in a Happy medium Between the vulgarity and Law com j cd which is however just As much nature in its Way As if she confined her operations to genteel Thunder storms among the Alps or manufactured nothing but lakes of Como or mount Zions. Avell As i was saying boys and Humble sort of peo j pie Are privileged by their simplicity to watch with merest a great Deal which the ripest poet or Painter or Quot observer Quot can t do though they May have the Best will in the world to do it simply because by Wizig i up or i should say by getting educated they lose the faculty of wondering. A j when you Wake up from an uncommonly wild j dream common sense really seems to be trying her a 1 very Best to keep you from remembering it. I de dare 1 be sometimes thou Glit i could see the Goblin i scene shifters pulling at the curtains so As to make income Down quicker and keep you from catching a i glimpse at any of the playing. Just in this Avay does nature hurry and flurry to keep the Man who has awoke to the realities of life from remembering the l of dreams among a Jyle blossoms and Cloer. You i dont Noav sir How much you used to watch Trees and Sunshine Birds and Rivers when of Avert a boy. You be no Rojkes icon ii Oak much More than any men some boys feel the life of Nav scenes. Finally we Ilon t know or Don t like to admit How much of the enjoyment Avrich ave ii Oak have of b. Auli Ful things is j after All Only the boy feelings served up Over again i of course because ave like to imagine that such enjoyment is All intellect and education a High the boy has t had at All. I i had to say All this i always Felt from the beginning that a time must come Ashen i d have to say it because i know that the world can t understand that the Young or the uneducated have any part or share in a watching the beauties of nature. I had to say that Mace Sloper Avaio is just on a level Avith an immense lot of his country fellow men has reasons Abr belief ing that he and they can enjoy by the hour sky and a aves and mountains the River and the Palisades sleepy hopi Oak and Corn Fields just As a Ell As any body just As naturally and just on the same grounds. Sir i m a Ery much afraid Quot that most of your love of did t come out of your boyhood. I m afraid you pumped some of it out of that Little Book of poetry. I Don t blame you it s very Fine but it in t 1/our own. I i feel the old ideas the old simplicity and Best of All the old Hopes come Over me very often in Thea oods in summer time when i lie Down and watch i the branches Saa aying. And see the clusters of leaves opening and parting Between me and the far Wavay i sky. They All live up there such a different sort of a life from what i do greening and fanning and a aver ing the a Hole summer Long Quot Avit Hout a thought. So Cool and clean so Piure and free from mortal meanness and smartness and trick and cuteness. They Avo iii shame me if i did t Noav that if they had thinking souls Thea a Ould be too Good to do anything save love. If there s anything i d like inca Exmore to see it would be never to look at any fresh Blooming thing crushed broken brought Down. A Green Leaf in a puddle a a Plant snapped off bark strip ipod Wavay All look to me a utile like Devil s Kavork. It is a sin to Stop Short any creation Avrich is Liv intr for Lif lit. And morals Don t take anybody s say so but go As i have into the Best sifted tables of investigations and police returns see for yourself in life ii Oak people live contrast All this with the same in any country in Europe beginning with England adhere one in every eight or ten Dies in a poor House and ending with Bavaria in whose capital half of the folks Are illegitimate and then see we All have our Little troubles. But a weighing one thing a Ith another i see great cause Why in this country we should push on like Good Fellows with healthy Hearty exertion. If i see the fountains of Justice growing foul and Public men sinking below the moral and social digit of the Aarage descent Pri a ate citizen i can at least console myself that this can not last Long. When Hills have become holes they Avill be filled up and something better placed in their Stead. Thanks to the free Lom of the press within a fear years a very decided line is soon dra Avn Betta Een honest officers and thieves and this principle is working against Many obstacles Tavard a Gootel end. But above All let the troubles be Arhat they May i find Consolation in the fact that that Bare footed poor Little american boy has beyond question a Chance to get at his rights How a great City is guarded. The City of Nav York has nearly a million of inhabitants and Avi thin a Circle of three Miles radius from the City Hall there May be Tavelle Huni red thousand people. As humanity is constituted it is but natural to expect that there aah ii be in such a number of peo Jile some . If we Alloa that one Man in a thousand is a Rascal which is not perhaps a very extravagant estimate ave must have twelve Hundred rascals. If one Man in a Hundred May on some account Neil a at Liing then there Are Tavelle thousand peo Jile Avo May sometimes need attending to. And Ashen ave remember that Neil York has an average Ligating population of sail Oil merchants Lor business or pleasure and adventurers of various kinds from All Jiaras of the Avold a perhaps the Only avoider is that there is not More crime and immorality than is actually among us. The City of Neav York is guarded by one thousand policemen on patrol though the entire Force of the metropolitan District a High inc Uiles Brooklyn and other puts adjacent is 1,878. In new York the number of arrests a luring the last three months was 821, and the arrests for the Vear Avill count up nearly 80,00o. But those figures of the police Ivy Oit Are liable to mislead the Reader. It is not True that eighty Tho ii Santl persons Are arrested in a year in Nav an habitual to Tunkard and Bra aver May be arrested Twenty times Over. More than tour fifths of All these arrests Are for drunkenness disorderly conduct and i assaults. People drink get quarrelsome kick up a i Toad and Are marched off to the station House. Of j the nearly Twenty three thousand arrests during the last three months less than four thousand Avert for offences against property and four fifths of these and probably a larger a Callini for but Sall sorts of paragraphs. The last thursday 29tli of november will be the common thanksgiving Daj his year. It has already been officially named in new York Penns iranian Massachusetts Maine new Hampshire Jav Michigan Ohio Indiana and Iowa. What must the Little women do ? asks a new Woik paper. It is a serious question for according to pres ent indications the will soon Hare no Thiim to Wear in sad reality not i having been provided for them. All the newest goods the richest Silks the most elegant cloaks the tartan shawls the Bro or depressed bonnets seem to be exp by intended for a race of female they require the height of a Grenadier and the magnificent proportions of Venus de Medici to i Way them to advantage. What will the Little a Omen to quilt a Llinat women who insist on the privileges should exhibit the qualities of their sex. She who Shoals the impudence of the Rowdy has no right to expect the defence which is due to a lady. In Short if a a Oman forgets the Delicy of her sex no gentleman is bound to remember it for her. The London papers have All something to say about h. R. H. And the Eric ans. The Post is uncommonly civil and says Quot let what will be in store for America As Long As she cherishes Sulci Hearty feelings towards this country As she has express cil bar her attentions to or popular Young Prince she May count to a very Large extent upon the love and sympathy of the English some of the saints Aire shocked at the fact that clergymen attended the a i a yen to the Prince. Many of the most successful ski Hymen have been the greatest Baal Eis. The Portland advertiser Silys the grand trunk Raih Vay never did a better business than it is doing at present. Freight from the West is crop Ding upon it beyond the ability of the Road to transport and the officers Haa ing chaise of the freight Deij Arment say that if two Hundred additional Box. Cais could Noav be added that the receipts could be run up at once to one Hui red and fifty Lions and dollars per there Are 150,000 barrels of flour at Toronto alone to come Over the Road soon As cars can be had. There Avert three Hundred and thirty nine loaded cars at the Portland depot on Friday last from the Interior while the Railroad Anar houses and Sheds Are also full of merchandise. Among the freight engaged to come Over the rail is a lot of 2000 Bales of Cotton from Cairo iii., tor Biddeford and Boston. Maid of Money a Young heiress. The Nav York word whose Mission it is to did no portion a Ere for Petty Larcenie ight punishment the same person being Arres Ferl several times. J the entire amount of property supposed to have been stolen in Nav York the past Quarter avas a Little j less than filly thousand dollars of which High teen Tho Saml avas recovered. There is no doubt j that a much larger amount was made Wavay Avith by i persons not suspected to be thieves and never missed by the owners. Tie kno Avn total loss a Ravca or is considerably Over a Hundred dollars a year to do about it. There Are 100,000 a priors on the right Side of the caucasus Avo Are vigorously defending their Independence. The capture of Schamyl did not end the avar so a great russian expedit on is now talked of to see if it cannot be done during the next two years. A dentist is not necessarily mad because he shows his Teeth. The most stick Essul Progress is that Tho Man who Rolls the wheelbarrow for he carries All before him. The British vulgar traction Alf and Alf. ,.,j a 1. I Jacob Way of Peacham raised 110? bushels of Avrich though a handsome sum would be but about eat from two and one half acres of Laid the past an average of a Ork shilling to each inhabitant not of actual times. N. Of try six i it right Tav in Imi a very Well come across anybody Avaio can see All round me and look Over me. But bless my soul there s the Bell Good morning Good morning Quot we had reached a River Landing and Dovey hurried ashore. I Don t know dear Reader if i can give you the same deep almost Aeiful feeling Avrich came Over me As i Saav Nella s smile Ashen he left. It avas the smile of one looking Down from a great height on All the Avold. I m not very smart but i had understood her play and i Avo dered that it had never struck me before hot ignorant and one sided and Corncie up Are those Quot practical men Quot Avo think that to Noav human Rasca Lity is to Noav every thing. Quot see around you poor insect Quot said Nella at last Quot around you and he thinks his puddle is the Ocean or. Sloper Tell me you Avo move every Day in business among scores of Sueh men does the idea really never enter their poor Heads that there Are circles on circles of men and a Omen inconceivably their superiors in All things yes Caen in Craft and in she avness As Avell As in everything Good and Beautiful ? Quot Quot no for they believe that simple Roguer is a match for Vijh kind of Genius. Why should t they v their ignorance and vulgarity keep them from Contact Avith their superiors and then their highest idea of a Victory is to Transfer Money from other pockets to their Avn. It s very Clear. Miss Nella that a rat who lives in holes and darkness must suppose that All other creatures live in the ame sort of vile Avayu he steals and a asses of course everything else does the same to the rate a a very Good. I shall always Ashen i meet one of these poor ignorant creatures who know nothing of the higher developments of humanity class him Avith i rats. Hats yes they certainly Are sorry rats . I Noav very Avell that i Mace Sloper am not a i very Brilliant customer generally speaking and that even a Ith a first class education i should t have been a Paventy horse by any Means of manners i nevertheless i Noav enough and have read round of Ca endings and at Odd hours enough to Kavork out certain ideas. And he Avaio has done tins has done something in common Avith the smartest men Avo Avert Ever started. One of these ideas comes often to me in pleasant Lilaces. It comes to me Ashen i sit of a summer morning among Northern rocks covered with Green Yel Loav Liche near grass and Cioa or under rustling Trees. The bees go sailing along Busy and Buzzy both together As if calling out to All the world to Clear the track. I Liaf believe bees Noav ii Oak much they a c been cracked up in sunday schools and bloat their Trumps accordingly. Once in a while a piratical avast a Privateering Hornet a Fly boat of a Yel Loav jacket goes darting by or stopping at some secret Harbor of a Hole tacks and trims sail bumping his nose like a slaver at a bar before she darts up a Creek. The Chipmunk Jirrels run Over the old Gray Walls and look at me in a Friendly Lively Way with Bright eyes and then vanish in the Cre vices but do even their dodging gracefully As a True lady does Ashen suddenly called to the Nursery the ants great and Small Avander in their usual be doodled bewildered Way even to the tops of the High grass and elder Bushes hesitating and hurrying and going Over the same ground a Hundred times and a mile off you can hear Ethan and Joel Hur Rahing to the oxen. This and that bees and Breeze Flics and skies Are All very pleasant. But the pleasantest thing in them All is. See Case of or. Edward Dariest Tooch s Princi Joes of formic my dicing of 6. F nearly the same feelings a High i feel for leaves anti a Blooming innocent things come Over me but in a higher and tenderer form Ashen i see that very i common object a Little poor boy. The stumpy saucy i Little scamps of the City streets in their a Orst form i Are per Hajis in gods sight the most touching of All. J but to me Avo cannot take so Avide a Range the fre i quent heart pinching come from meeting a quiet rather decent Little Bhaji stumping contentedly enough along Ava King Miles on Miles on a two Penny errand j a Young shaved Avo has had a hard Low to Hoe Avo must be poorly fed and Clad and May be entirely in a schooled and licked and a haled a Good Deal More than j he ought to be and Avaio is finally not at All prevent ble from becoming a great scamp. All because it so came in the Avay things Avor ked that the disease of having nothing Avrich fail Iceil his parents came Avith the color of his eyes and hair blown to that same Little Chap who is no a orse a boy sir and ought no More to be licked or Stara de on general principles than your Nep Cav. I m no Radical sir no Leveller. I d no More propose an e Ual distribution of real estate and stocks than i Avold taking life Wavay from the living Avert it possible in order to revive the dead. It has come so and Arhat has been a million years in coming so Avon t be undone in a Day. But i bless god that i live in the country in Al Rich of All others that poor Little boys stand the Best Chance of getting his natural rights. I and thank him too with a Ferror and a gratitude which never was and i Hope never Avill be equated by my thanks for any favor conferred of me alone that this country has through Long strife and Many obstacles been the first and Foremost to prove Tiia Ashen men have equal rights rises in dignity that up ogre s is not a sell and a Sham and that far of a the Day May be we have at least proved that it will come Ashen Freedom from every Sham and falsehood shall Prea ail and restraint on free and proper action Avill be Unkn Avn. Finally Here on this sunday morning in the Church of Green Trees and Blue sky i return thanks that the poor Little ragged boy lives in a land in a High Stoulil his ambition be stimulated he May Rise to the j highest honors a land adhere perhaps the majority of the great Avert All once As poor and As ragged As him a self. And if it be Tnie Avrich nobody can deny that All this Iua Olves third House lobbying Corgi rated i a kindles scoundrel by aldermen thieving Public functionaries and an enormous raising of dirty rascals to place and Coaver All i can say is that Avith All this ave pay cheaply enough for fhe simple fact that the poor boy above refer reel to has got a better show Here and a fairer Chance than he Ever had before since the year one any adhere on the face of the everlasting Earth. Noav Fel Loav citizen i Avant you As a business Man to look at this thing in a sensible Light and not be decl Wavay by either the Blue nose or blackguard press they both pull together on this Point into believing that every thing is As bad As can be that the Devil is rampant and that the a Hole country is going straight to satan. Let us sit do Avn and reason this thing to j other As old doctor Brandreth s advertisements say. J you be heard in your time that the credit system a As a Humbug the proof being Shovan in financial Crisses. J you be also Probach been informed that railroads j Avert monstrously slaughtering humbugs proof being in the periodical massacres. J yet if i m not enormously mistaken Arhat Little by j there was transacted in Europe before the credit system came in avas so hampered by usury and risks that it seems a wonderful anybody Ever adventured into it. The profits Avert Large the exp lenses and risks perfectly Aav Ful. Noaa a it lays ave get the losses in a Lump and they seem greater than they Are. Just so the railroads. Their disasters Are dire enough. But they Are in no sort of proportion to the amount of j loss of life and limb in the old stage coaches. Will any gentleman say of sixty who has been much of a traveller in this country from boyhood give in his experience in like manner we have capitalized our social suf i firings and drawn Rasca Lity from private life into pub lie office. I believe i Tell the truth when i say that in our big cities scoundrels Are impelled bar Irr Sisti i ble and Peculiar attraction Tavard politics. Runi and Roguer swindling and cruelty Vei naturally j seek to be favored by those Avo off to to Pun pm and the Chanry from being protected into protector is not diff Cut. It s a bad business but 1 vow and declare i think it might be forty times worse a and it really is worse Moch Woree in Many countries where it in thing tip a is to Towk like Oil and on a tax flir it i k. Just Impett the Kkt a l state of to mme cd ii Fife a very severe tax if fairly . The police Force has Many duties. In the Couise of the year it finds and restores to their distracted parents some ten thousand lost children the greater portion it is presumed Haa ing a wandered round the Corner. The Hittle babes in the Avo oils Avo Are really lost Anu who Are not old enough to give an account of themselves Are taken to the almshouse and kept till called for. Every Day the police Are called upon to assist sick and Dis Bletl people. Some fall do Avn in the streets from fatigue privation sunstroke and fits of various kinds. Some Are brought from a distance by people who wish to be Riti of them and left in the streets. Nearly Tavo thousand persons a year Are so assisted. Great nun Beis of strayed horses Are taken up by the police and restored to their of avers. Careless clerks leave their stores open and the j olice take charge of four or five Hundred a year keeping All Safe until the of avers can be found to take care of them. Hundreds of Dav Ellings left open at night by careless servants Are in he manner attended to. The police also extinguish fires Ashen they have not got so much under Way As to make it necessary to Call out the firemen. During the last three months the police have rescued eleven persons from drowning. Some Man with delirium Kremens or some poor outcast girl air etched and desperate jumps of the Dock. The policeman hears a splash or somebody makes an outcry and he rushes to the Avater pulls out the Avold be suicide and takes him or her to tie station House. The patrol Man is going his rounds he Heads a faint muffled cry. He listens looks about and by the Light of tie Street lamp finds a Little Basket or bundle of humanity on the Steps or in the area of some House or Perii aps in some Ash barrel. Twenty seven Little babes Avert picked up during the last three months and Timken to the City Nursery. We have some Tavelle Hundred cd Ihlen of the City on Randall s Island adhere they Are educated until Oil enough to be sent to trades. Finally thei e Are i Proa ident or unfortunate Pei sons in Nav York Avo have not adhere to sleep and no Money to Jay for lodgings. Every station House has some bunk not very luxurious perhaps nor Ahvay Over clean fitted up for their accommodation. More than a Hundred thousand gratuitous Lodi Ings Are furnished in 1 he course of a year but probably to not As Many different persons. It is also the duty of the police to report All violations of the ordinances and All nuisances unsafe buildings examine steam boilers keep the streets orderly disentangle the jams of omnibuses in Broada Vaj protect passengers Landing from rail cais and steamboats Lavatch the Shi Jiping look out for pickpockets guard the Parks escort ladies across Era vied thoroughfares give information to strangers regulate Croaa is and Jiu Blic festivities and keep a general Lavatch and Ivard oar the City and its inhabitants and . Y. is mule. The problem has per Hajis never been satisfactorily solved As to ave Ether the Nigger a As made to match the mule or the mule to match the Nigger. They Are generally considered As six of one and half a dozen of the other being Lazy alike stubborn alike Devilish alike Tricky alike and Ongoa Conable alike. A combination of circumstances generally the roaming the mule and Nigger together they apparently alternate in getting the advantage of each other. An amusing scene ave under stand occurred in front of Montgomery Hall yesterday in a High the mule carried off the Palm. Becoming Aveary of carrying the sooty gentlemen Avaio avas on his Back the Long eared animal determined to rid himself of the weight and to accomplish his object dropped do Avn and rolled Over. This proceeding a Ery naturally riled the Darkey Avo resorted to persuasion and Force to get him up but All in vain. He was As stubborn As Sterne s Starling the Burden of whose song avas Quot i can t get out Quot Quot i can t get out Quot and persistently refused to obey. The negro then endeavoured to occupy his seat in the Saddle whilst the animal was on the ground but every Lime he attempted it the latter would Roll Over and foil him in his object. The negro was completely outdone that time and the last ave saw of him he was chasing the Quadi used Brittle in hand Down Market Street not saying but perhaps thinking Quot Dan Montgomery Ala. Mail. An Indian being asked Arhat he did for a living replied of me preach preach said a bystander what do Vou get paid for it sometimes me get Shilli sometimes two shilling a and in t that Niglis poor pay. Aii. But it a a a Elbr that s the Way to get Rich at farming is is a pleasant As Well As a rational idea of the theologians that the minds of the great dead lose no employment by losing their mortal part. Think what the a wonderful intellect of sir Isaac Newton May have achieved since his decease a the mar. Of whom it has been said Ilia to. I Quot he left his Fame la sea to shout a Shore forsook one world to learn the Hiwa of More the Vermont legislature Are discussing the propriety of a new Law of divorce. Or. Field of new Fane. Desires to make habitual drunkenness a ground of divorce Avrich is not very unreasonable provided he can define the offence. Here is the Bill in Brief Quot a divorce from the Bonds of Matrimony May be granted where either of the parties is an habitual drunkard or shall have joked any religious sect or society Avrich professes to believe the relation of husband and Avile to be Unla Irful or refuses to cohabit with each other Abr the space of three not to mention the grammar of the Las clause Avrich is As bad As possible even for a legislative enactment the clause itself strikes us As a Good Deij More absurd than anything to be found in the most notoriously preposterous divorce Laws of some of the Western states. Aces Ling to the above provision a a Rangling or indifferent couple have but to agree to live apart for three years and they Are divorced for the asking we shall see whether the very Republic. Can state of Vermont is prepared to go that length. Probably yes. Fanny Fern Avins up her letter to the in. Y. Ledger about her summer visit to the lakes into the Fol loafing a whisper to landlords generally Quot first Don t always fasten the looking Glass in a Laily s bed i Oom in the very darkest Corner or attach it to some lumbering piece of furniture incapable of being moved save by an earthquake. Quot secondly give Laditi four bed pillows instead of two until geese yield More feathers. A thirdly a banish forever with other tortures of the inquisition that infernal Gong excuse the sex ression Avrich has had so much to do in filling our Lunatic an unpopular vegetable among sailors Leeks. Quilt has a mortal hatred of piano Fortes and All attempts of his family to get one into the House. Quot you Don t like music Quot says mrs. Ill Quot it is not a question of Mufic replies the incorrigible Hub a bail. Quot i like music but silence is delicious compared Avioli discords and disagreeable noises generally. Good playing is charming but practising is excruciating. To link How much wretched ear torturing practice a poor patient Mist Bear before the Best of ins five girls has made her playing tolerable even to herself i who wants to make a bawl of his House under pretence of Loving music it s a delusion a hum log a device of the enemy and i la none of it an unlucky Day the Dey of Algiers. The Sanctum of the editor and proprietor of the Huntsman s Echo Quot a sect printed in i Ebra amp a presents sometimes strange sights. The editor says Quot last a Eek upon two occasions from our office we a witnessed the playful pranks of several Anselom and again a sprightly red Fox came up near the enc sure but Cut and run when to aver came in Lik a Nice race they had and both be time Bat re Foard the Best. A week ago two grizzly bears and three Large wolves Hove in sight and Lii cd round on Tom Prairie at a Safe distance the same chaps probably that made a tender meal from a Good sued Cut ours that had been running out. To Buffalo have Nakeil our caution and for two weeks have not to muted there is an old proverb which declared that Nona can Tell where the shoo Pinch save he that wean it the Maxim has a thousand agitations. A who appears to have food of Cir wife a Good Deal ice of an Angel than he had a a i tied in the Days of in courtship let out Smydo Vestic secrets in the Lullow ing graphic manner i own that she has Channing locks that on her by adders amp of what a a Jan a or to Teelie for. In we Alie them All a her tip Ira is True i file Lufto match ii Dii Miffy knew a a a Keyur Filuk fti.,

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