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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - May 22, 1858, Indianapolis, IndianaElder amp Harkness Quot the Chariot shall rage in the streets they shall seem like torches Thoy shall run like the , 4. Printer and publish Era. Vol. , Ini. Saturday May 22, 1858. No. 1. T n f look Totic a lated and published every saturday by a elder amp Harkness. Al i Btl Book a no lob priming office on Marl Damn so re to. In Loo polio ind. Oppor in la pot office. Thu us Ion Datura your. To riot a svy menu for Throe la. Sit Coloa to Ono Iii from Toruno for. Five dollars to in a pie of oar for ton dollars. 1p�t a . S a Layat Lei sops or will Lio Yonl Unell pm old for. And no paper will to Cunt aimed Flor to time Sld for a too out Row tue Moll a to astr can know Thiol Ullmo la out a Hen they tan s Largo Oso. Marked of la Clr in ice mid Ilia la Lwy a a in a a paper sell Unell the Aubac Lollon it Rone Wod. Tinao or tot Tiaiso Ooola it Inore Leta. for 1 a it of a or a a Abib Quot lin�rtlon.0 25 a i a a for Throo Rort Nyht. 3 we a for a i Moo lbs. 5.00 a i for on your without t. 4 for one your wills frequent chanjras.13 00 a a null reduction mide on Lur Cor Advertis Omeo. Cuu aii<1 al Ocul notice double Tbs a Boe re tel. Of swim Cash Mutt or handed m Fajr thur Daf of each it a Rutkey trill he deferred until the Nett it tue. Optical. Ynte re rued of 5l�r who who Troia on sinus to a or end Tell cd Lili god Xii a Lorn old Futro a a a who Alono mood up before Uit Kajj it Tun i run a and Colw i on or anti with pc Gumul band of it Down Opidi Mellon Iron the land you be Berarti How Julih Fulty lie led who la Roi re ho5l Fruin Bonds fled $ How. Re oiled with Power do Rene us my a lie Tuyl the red see in or Ware prow water from the it lit rack. On manna Ami his wayward fuck. Keller re each want Anil mum and Only a no Phil kit Ftp Hon and Ideal. 1 inc of 51 a a re one a hold a list a la re patriarch of old of one a faithful. And a True a fainting Farad Over know of one who come to Fae us left hts who come to cheer air a lil Naour a Fht with pc Charlea a boat it nazi Atno like Diamond from Gold Midas a mine with Ola aaes which Pom Caa the Power to Light and bleat the Craft Ufa which maker the i Rural All plan in Ali co us youth or we lilt clip the win a of Larne and Toto and make the Dluhi Eye Bright attain. He u no to a a of Gray plier jew a devoid of All hot a a a Good and True whoa Brase a Tipp Lea us a Mil of Brno if whole Only aim in potty train but with experience Zeal and a kill with Balay land and Carnet will. He Mcallen mean to far and Waldo. And Flem la on every aided loud to All Mank ind. You need in longer of it blindly Moses optician. No. Wont Street. J. It a it invent inn Blind Mann 3 Square North of court Hauae on Alabama at aet. Keep constantly on hand Blind for duelling Flou i of a. And also make to order us Ludo for Public or pro Vala building. M. U no agent Lor Vanilla a Blind on Meridian st., near the in a office at his up Molluro water porn. Janst f. 51. Mot ii Kushka 0. W. C. Cox. \ Cox Bealert in due Ogk Hedy fixes paint or unlit a l it nov Good f Ine t tobacco. Choice cup it ac., a. Prescription compounded with care and accuracy Ftp i from pure Medicine. To. To. A East Washington st. Urff file in a j ii ii v k u cake ugh a v y 7i7j� , log nil from the. Nihil. For any to san by leaving Orler is Lawrence of Allens Uvey stable. Not tue r�4� or Tine Palm Nona. Joffo of Indianapolis. Ind. Takes pleasure in retain or i thanks to the ladle and gentlemen of thu place i and Vicinity Lor their very Liberal Patrono und a till Boma to meet uie earn roof Denoe to hat Riga card Rince be commenced the or Actlis of his Profet a Ioa in . Arllof Toimi Teeth from Ono to a full my in Aorta on Platina Gold or Silver. Particular Ulten Tun Alvrn to regulating cleaning and sex tray plug Teeth. Ether Given when required. All work warranted und Ohn Goa re Aalt a Nablo. Uff Ico 2<1 Alory Fletcher a Woolley a Block no. To Kant Wool Lofton a Truel. atm . My. A . Jal. Nut. Fruit and Nursery. la cd have it tall a bed thom�4tlvv> in the Norv Ert Bua tiie a on the Woll known Nurer it ground guru curly occupied by Aaron Aldridge. N few Rod East of the corporation line . We have on hand n general a a Orti of fruit tree of a Uch Varia Lica a Are be to adapted to our toll and climate. Thel Ruoy Are of the very beat Quality. Also a very Hun mock or ornamental shr a cry. Jar to now ready us full All order promptly. , Hill Goldsmith if co., hot it if Lindlau Apollo important to Young men \ f f Yob wish to acquire. A Complete Kkt we a Luck fir look Kip Pimin in til Ita branches attend la Lydeck Inch car Ritie c0llege, at where cacti a to a Dent in a ill cd at the desk a lip by step. Until Hoha re catered the entire routine of an account Aat a in Talca and la fully qualified for taking charge of any Art of Houk. Or the pruning see inn . If you with Tov 2?1 or Ltd urge his Winter you Thorild enter a it Mii Dpi Etc Culf fall particular. Addres of a a my j. C. Hayden Mlan Apolla ind. It us with Ion. Win. \ m the Pron 1 ill ind. / Tocar. Irik kilo tech Ranck agents. A. . san Meridian to ,.nreruuulop"i Storr Izbi , Indiana. If at Koife insurance co. Or Hanf it my Conn. A 4 Awu 4�i��9� 74 Xante Inin Rinc. Co. Of new York. P , do rant co., of Hartford. Coba a a or 11 a Cru. 300.1 a i 0, a run Rry Union co. Or Lhnn iv.,ii-,Brit a Uil. �o37.i3b Asl if fir co., or �nrlfor.1, Conn.,. arum a 901a�r. ,9 a i life insurance co., of mmm., , so Quot a a a litre Lala i or . Co. Of h,. Conn., in. A a i a non a min a it a a ito tonic Orna store. I its. \ Bbott a coffin Haring Tuor lain , a ingot for in in drug Rual Noa. Law it in Ihu i Arctic of i. Irenc. Would a no Cit n Morilon of in hair Patron gun a to Quot a a Kurp nothing bal purely Mounir inc Dizinn we ran aril v it night a m our line a rh.1-,f. N. Any Hiim in die weal.f., if lace. No. Is. Real a al Agton a Itei. Laden Apo of. Indian. In the big a Boni inel building u a Abl it our re a Deuce it i old Aland. Loa Denee. Lor the , Tornar of i Leware Taeuu immediately North of the had Ward reboot. Cd adjoining or. Wood uru. Rea Denro. Caria pm a lass a 8tohewaiis wholes. . 100 weal w Abington Street no Poelter the stale Rottee. Da.m.1 i no cd. N 1 a b id a 11 a Elihaj f nor Rhonl. Prom hot choir a Gallno. Squire Richards second wife. A we tel to you Ilon t May no i so Nirve Ric Liam going to marry or Iii. And is wife Only Tirad a strut month goal new me a a tin awful you May will by Netanis hed. Mrs. Wilkes it is terrible to think of such deception Why it his wife a funeral one would have Plum Jikit him actually heart broken Anil then the Grajio of i hat is a half n Yard deep a a me mrs. Hannon there is no dependence to be put on Spearance. The world jets sin Fuller and sin-1 Tiller every Day Anil it can t to inverted up with silk or Broadcloth As i said to my husband or. Wilkes the other night says i a Simon tilings arc coming to awful pars. Everybody we a tit into the states Pekin in two Yean at this rate and nays Simon says lie a i Don t doubt it Alarab Quot a and you and or. We laces were right perfectly right it a just so. But Liis dreadful conduct of the Squire a has made me More conscious of the truth of it strange that a sensible turn should Bellive so p a yes it is wonderful but Liow Floii it get out so Quick the Squire Ain t no hand to Tell of thing you a Betty Higgins found it outlast night. She was taking Tea at the Widder towns Yon know she a almost always visiting somewhere though i mention it to a living person a copt you mrs. Wilke and while they were at supper the Squire Rode by in a new buggy going toward the Dejml. People Don t get new buggies for nothing you know a no Slutt Thuv Don t mrs. a a Well he was t gone More than half an hour a fore Back he came driving upon the Gallop he did t Uso to abuse his horse when Jion mrs. Kichlu Irdy was alive a and to Anil behold sitting in the new buggy with him and Hiarm actually around her Waist in Broad Day Light was a Little girlish looking woman in a Pink dress and Green silk Bonnet Only think of it a Pink dress and preen silk Bonnet and Liis Arm around Bur. It is abominable p a my gracious goodness i want to know yes its every word of it As True As our ministers discourses and sir. Som Well never sex age Rales lies a Fine Man mrs. Wilkes and the Widder town and Betty ran up into the Garrett they can see Squire Richards House Plain from the Garret windows and the Squire drove up to the front of tie door of if the Side door was not Good enough i and then lie got out of the door lifted the woman of to the floor Stone 1 took her right into his anus in Broad Wilny Liger and lifted her on to the door Stone p a my goodness As if she could t git out herself its indecent now ainu to it a to to sure it is and lie a Middle aged Man and a member of the Church or. Sample a ought to know of it so that he could preach a Sermon on the duties of men to their families. Only think of poor dead mrs. Richards Little daughter Elmetta being ruled by a step Mother Lia dlr older Tolian herself it will break the poor child a heart p there was a Long and impressive silence during which the two amiable ladies regaled themselves with numerous pinches of snuff from a Box which had made its appearance in the Lap of mrs. Wilkes. No doubt it helped to digest the momentous Antler. recommenced mrs. Wilkes a i think such doing is awful. Getting married agin azure his wife is cold a a now i suppose hell say that to needed a housekeeper but that a no excuse for my Mary Elizabeth or your Julia Ann would have been glad to have gone. Man Elizabeth is a terrible it polite with al Nietta and Mary Elizabeth is a grand band at managing children a yes Mary Elizabeth is a Fine girl mrs. Wilkes but her health in t hardly Good enough to take so much care As there would be in Squitire Richards family with All i company but. Then Julia Ann would have Dono it Well enough. Julia Ann is a remarkable band for children Ennst help learning of them something All the time she is with them. Her example is so Beautiful Vou a Well for my part i think somebody ought to go and talk to the Squire about it it Ain t right for us a sifters in the Church to let him ruin himself and Darter a in arriving nobody knows who i he ought to be reasoned with a that a just Flint i think mrs. Wilkes and i railed Over Here on purpose to ask you to go with me to the Squires to Morrow morning and talk with him about in its Tho list we can a ill go and be glad to i Hope in a never backward in Doin my duty a Well i going ave made a Long Call tomorrow morning at eight of clock its Best to go Early a i will Call Over for you. Do route and Sec me mrs. Wilkes you know its an age since you a talc been to our a dear me mrs. Hanson i done to come half As often As i want to but. I m ashamed to keep Corning All the time. As i told my husband or. Wilkes the other Ilay. Say i Simon i m Metilly afraid i shall Wear my Welcome out Over to mrs. Hanson a. And says he says Simon a i wonder it you did Mari,ah.�?� eight o clock the following morning found our friends mrs. Wilkes and mrs. Hanson standing on Squire Richards front Doorstep the Side door was t Good enough for the lady in Pink anti of course it Wasny to suitable for ladies of their a calibre a awaiting to be admitted. A pm Uzi loaded Irish girl answered their rap. A is Squire Richards in inquired mrs. a in ? to be sure he its i Safe in bed May am 1 is it after seeing him that be Are a a yes we Call to Lee him on important business a replied mrs Hanson Friendly. A sure thin Ami ill to after calling hint thou the Ould gentleman is sound a Slaper fur i heard hit snoring but list now Whin i cum fuming i lied room door. Come in with Vesp and Biddy ushered the ladies into a room where Trio breakfast table was standing in waiting for the family. A hum a said mrs. Wilkes looking significantly at the table a she can to be no Groat tiling lying Abed till breakfast time 1 of norms. Richards she used to be up in a a on just at this moment the Squire entered in decant dust no a that is without a coat and minus shoes Ami stockings. He advanced holding nut his hand cordially. A Good morning ladies Good morning in a a Little late you see. Homie you la excuse my toilet the fact is i sat up rather late last night anti Felt drowsy this morning. Fine morning Isnit it a a very end Hunting a returned mrs. Hanson who greatly prided herself on the elegant propriety of her language a it is Beautiful enough for a morning in the Gor cons clime of the Oriental. But. To change the subject we Call on a matter of business a a what Stile difficulty now mrs. Dinuson. A now carpet for the parsonage or is fifty dollars wanted by the missionary society ? come speak a a Squire it is wuss than that a put in mrs. Wilke no longer Able to keep silence a its something slut con am you. Squire Eon Sams your Ever Bistino Well being a a indeed Well,goon.�?T the Squire nevertheless looked As if surprised. Mrs. Hanson Drew a Long breath and began a Squire we Call to see if you were thinking of marrying again ? we a you weren to Goin to propose to me were you ladies ? i should be exceedingly Happy to receive such proposals. Hut i should Hare Deacon Hanson and major Wilkes in my hair forthwith. It would not do ladies 1 a no we supposed you had already made your selection of tie in Rod who is to fill your dead wife s place and we called to talk with you about her. We have understood that site is in your House and if agreeable would Liko to see her. Jur interest in yourself and Motherless child has induced us to mrs Hanson spoke with sole him dignity and evidently intended to impress the Squire powerfully with her manner. A and to want to know where you got acquainted with tier Squire and How old she is and if she knows How to do Hunse work a said mrs. Wilke. How did you learn anything of this ? asked Tho Squire evidently wet what nonplussed by the extraordinary knowledge of hit affair Lisp laced by. I visitors. A we heard of your Riding out with her Squire she dresses All in Pink with a Green silk Lionnel done to look very Well. Squire to see a Man of your age Riding out with such a Young Gal 1�?T a Well ladies suppose i should take a notion to pet married Yon could t blame me i think. Here i am with no House keeper and in Irish Girt to oversee things and my Homo is Nono of Tho most orderly. I Luctta needs some one to care for her. Anil it would t be in nature for a lather to be unmindful of the into ests of his a Why no. Of course not. But then if you need a housekeeper my Julis Ann would come and look after things. She s a capital manager and very fond of children. She and Elmetta Sweet Little thing would get on yes or my Mary Elizabeth either. Shed be tickled to death to come. She thinks so much of Squire Richard Ami his Nittlo gab and if 1 do Sav it Mary Elizabeth is a Nice a Gal As there is anywhere a a Mary s health is too feeble Lor much exertion mrs. Wilkes you done to do right to put anything hard a it a her Vou know she lips a pain in her ride half the Lime mrs. Lansou was determined to have it understood that the hone of the Wilkesen was Only an ornament to the world. A Well a said the Squire at last a i done to know Flint to think about it i do not believe Elmetta would give up this a lady in Pink a As Yon Call Ber at All she has taken a wonderful liking to her a where did she come from Squire ? you Ain t told us anything about a to be sure mrs. Wilkes. Well. I found her in a milliners Shoji in the City of a in a milliners shop 1 then she s a Milliner is she ? Weh i a will you be so kind As to favor us with an introduction i should be Happy to see Bur Indore i form an opinion of her mrs. Hanson Stone was very patronizing and so the Squire seemed to think for he hesitated but a moment before lie said a Ivell mrs. Hanson it will to an advantage to her to form the acquaintance of such estimable ladies As my present company i will be very glad to present Hes to you forthwith. Pray excuse me fora a Stop Squire 1�?T shouted mrs. Wilkes a what a her name a a Jennie rav a returned the Squire disappearing in the passage. A Jennie Ray 1 a Reg Lar Book name. She is some City High flyer i a very Likely or. Wilkes. But i Seo the Squires mind is made in. And its no use to say anything. We must make the Best of just As my. Hannon let fall this magnanimous speech the door opened and the Squire appeared. A ladies a said the Squire bowing Biol Italy permit Etc to present to you miss Jennie Kay my daughter s Wax Dou which i purchased at Portsmouth last week and which arrived Day before yesterday at Tho depot Tho Cost of it was forty five dollars and Quot at present i have no intention of making it my wife. Poor mrs. Wilkes. Mortified mrs. Hanson. With burning titles they took their leave and Rinee Tho i believe they have miraculously minded their own business. Squire Richards was somewhat eccentric and knowing How Busy bodies gossiped about him and living per Aliased a Inge Wax doll for his Little girl the idea struck him that it would be a Fine joke on the scandal Loving people of who Atwould to take it from the Jack Itig Case and ride Home with it in his buggy in full View of the Public. We stave seen the result. The Squire is still unmarried and bids fair to remain this ids widowed sister having established herself As mistress of his family. Mrs. Wilke and my. Hanson like to have their unfortunate mistake Mode Public and i wish it a a particular favor that those who read this Little sketch will keep it As private As possible. A bygone hit at tar old and respected citizen of Philadelphia Lias handed us a Little volume called Tho Talisman published in new York More than thirty years ago. Among its contents to find a quaint and nit Liy paper entitled a a the devils pulpit near the close of which the following postage occurs while our Friend conceived to be written in rather a predictive spirit and by no menus inapplicable to Many of the faults and characteristic of the present times the doctor now eat leisurely Down with his legs hanging Over Tho precipice supporting himself As he leaned backward with Iris left hand while he swung his Cane to Aud fro and remained some minutes in profound meditation. A a yes a said he a a i see How it is. These poor people too must go the Way of All flesh. Halt a Century Leuce they will be As wicked As the londoners. With the same vices they will have More wit. But what of that so much tie worse for them. Liev will leave their South sea bubbles their land bubbles their Bank bubbles and All other manner of bubbles. A a a Mac their Stock Market their new Market and Quot there will be bulls and boar lame ducks Rooks and pigeons in both of them. They will Lisco lotteries and operas and elopement and cracked poets and ballots and Burl Ottas and italian singers and French dancers. A a and every second Man in a Good coat will be a lawyer or a broker or an insolvent. And there we a be no More Cash payments but the women will Wear Cashmere and the men will drink Champaign. Aud the girls instead of learning to Cook and mend clothes will do taught to chatter i Rench and worse Spanish and to get their husbands into jail a but there will to no jail in those Tlayge for Liev will have a bankrupt Laws and three quart or Laws an it i two third Laws and the limits will be a big As the country 1 a there will la no More comfortable Tea drinking and innocent dances hut Liev we a have their bails and their Routs and Conversa Iones and fetes and fid do Sticks. People will Dine by Candle Light of weeks and Folio do will go to Church on afternoon on sundays 1 folks will he knowing in wines and cookery Aud players and paintings Ami music Anil know nothing of Utcig own will go to fashionable churches As an amusement an j to fashionable gaming houses As a business. Tho girls we a learn to in Ltd of the germans and their mammas to flirt from the French. Tie bore will All be men and the old men will try to be boy. A then they will have All manner of a Patent pair of loops to a Patent Way of paving off the National debt. And they will run after the heels of every quack who comes among them. And the doctors wifi quarrel about Moons Tine. And ruin the character of the profession by telling the truth about one another but i shall be gone Ere then a a sufficient for the Day is the eve thereof Quot spare the Birds. From an arid a before Tho Wabash agricultural society in 1837, by Hon. John a a. Pettit year by year our Orchards Are assailed Fri destroying insects and with increased violence. The Cut Iny i protean. It does its outrage sometimes in one form sometimes in another sum time in stripping the leaves on which the larva feed whereby the tree die of consumption for leaves Are the lung of Trees Rome me by depositing eggs in the Green fruit making it Lilie Genius lie Young sometime by laying eggs within the under cuticle of the leaves As in the Rase of the Locust now per halting All around us and some uses As in the Case of the big Borer who caries a Hall Inch augur with him and enter the body of the tree Aud bores out the whole heart making the whole tree As hollow a a pump Kig. No matter what May be the Means we Are spectators of the melancholy fact that All our fruit Trees Are suffering from insect ravages. Tie Best remedy for this is Birds the Farmer s friends the Field Ami orc lord Birds that coup to a prophets of Spring out of the re will raw Blue sky of March dressed in tainted plumage and with bosoms full of happiness and song. At break of Ilay they Recita Matins on tie tree tops Ami at its close chant vespers of the same worship still whose whole Litan v is love and the heart of Man if right will answer with its Ocho. Now All the i fickle and Orchard Birds Liat love to much Tho habit acid a of Man and that Olavs look on a Farmer a honest nuts and set up to Weir Domestic establishments of close to his House As possible in ids lilacs and grate Vine and Poos berries singing in his car so Many 1 to witching airs Only asking now and then o Crumb of bread for Ali or children�?2l these Birds Robin Oriole Linnet Goldfinch Cal Bird Thrush Sparrow Benejar Starling Bobolink and woodpeckers and Satruc Kors and thu winged legion Bushido so Are friends of the Farmer Ami the covenanted enemies of All flying and creeping things t hat annoy Tho Orchards. If the Tanner can persuade these cheap Anil efficient servants into his ministry be is in a fair Way of getting rid of the insect m its that Are so various and persevering in doing him injury. There is a popular but unreasonable dislike Felt to Manv of these Birds. Thu Farmer thinks Well of the Blackbird on seeing him in the Spring following industriously Tho Furrow and picking up Tho Cut wonks. But he is regarded As a pub lie enemy in autumn when he musters his colonies from his summer haunts among the. Wusow and Alders that fringe tie Ponds and marshes anti Rivers Anil Seails them Forth to visit and plunder the Cornfields. Tie most Hearty and persistent anti path is indu loud at thu Sapsucker. Who is always sus Petca of mischief when been running up Ami Down and around the Apple Trees Ami hammering their bark when in Foci the a Packer is Only an inductive philosopher and knows by Long study and practice that there Isa worm inside that stands Moro in need of extraction than a bad tooth. When we come to scrutinize them All these apparent misdeeds Are Virtues and the Active instincts of these Little families Rem created for our use. A single household of these Birds father Mother Ami Little ones is As Good to in Orchard of so Many bushels of apples and 1 Sitter than an insurance office for the perpetuity of the Trees. If any person is skin tical of this and at the same time wicked enough let him kill any of these cards that have been named and inquire How he lives and he will find the Lulu Boom Lull of slugs snails caterpillars Ami flies slowly getting out of the any by in untiring digestion to mate room for in other to al. Each Little weathered breast Isa populous prison where multitudinous insect enemies Are shut up to it event them from criminal Date Mojse on the or cotard and Berry Bushes and Grain Fields. Therefore in this economical View pains should be taken to induce the Birds to establish colonies on our farms. Some of them to be sure have appetites for cherries Salt Oberrie and apples but the inconsiderable tribute they exact is Only a reasonable due for tie care More sed Ulous than the owners that they take of the Orchard and Lith not Tho master said a the labourer is worthy of his hire a those Field and Orchard Birds very rarely build nest in the dense Foresta or away from the Protection and society of Man. But this Thor is but one Way to in Luce them to Settle on the Fann and be engaged at the work of keeping the Orchard clean. It is by multiplying thick leaved Trees and shrubbery and Garden Hughes in convenient reach of the farm houses. For most of the Birds that pay us summer visits Are Householder or expect to be and will not be Content if they cannot lease from tie landlord Shade and Rover for themselves and Little ones. Farmers must then provide Trees about their houses and i clix Whilo Young Orchards Are growing or predatory insects relying All other Vig Uench will Lay them waste because the Birds Are not present to be the avengers of their intelligencer. we go we meet with the Siveler. He stops its at Tho Corner of the Street to entrust us with huh opinion. He fears that the morals and intelligence of the people Are destroyed by the election of some rogue to office. He tells us just before Church Liat the last Sermon of some Traurie dental preacher has Given the death blow to religion and Liat the Waves of atheism Aud the Clouds of pantheism in to it dug Anil Darken nil tie land. In a time of general health he Speaks of the pestilence that is to to. The mail cannot be an hour Loo late but he rattles of Railroad accidents and Steamboat disasters. Lie fear that a Friend who was married yesterday will be a bankrupt in a year and whim hrs Over tie. Trials which he will then endure. He is Ridden with an eternal Nightmare and emits an eternal Wail. Recklessness is a bail Quality and to i Blind and extravagant lion to but neither la so degrading or inglorious and inactive As despair. We object to the Siveler because lie presents the anomaly of a being who Lias the Power of motion without possessing life. Ills insipid languor is worse than humid strength. Better that a Man should rant than whine. Tho person who has no bounding and buoyant feeling in him Whoso Cheek never flushes at anticipated Good whose blood never tingles and fires at the contemplation of a Noble Nim who has no aspiration and no great object in life is Only fit for the Hospital or the band hox. Enterprise Confidence a disposition to believe that Good can be done and in Liv position to believe Liat All Good has been these constitute important elements in the character of every Man who is of use to the world. We want no wailing Ami whimpering about the absence of happiness but a Strong determination to Abate w hippie. A Friend b a Quaker of this writes a Western Friend a had a daughter who for some time had attracted the admiration of a neighbouring Swain whose visits to the Domic a of Friend b were not altogether agreeable. A Ibe voting Man whose name is t having made his appearance one fret Day after noon it the Home of his lady love after discoursing with that amiable personage at length upon the weather Cro is Etez a was invited to one Side by Friend band addressed in the language of that worthy a follows a Thomas if thee comes to my House As a Friend and neighbor it is All very Well but a for anything farther 1 just thought i would a nip it in the Budr a a How do Vou and your friends feel now Quot a Aid an exultant politician in one of Pur Western towns to a rather irritable of the Defeated party. A i said the latter a we it tel just As lazares did when tie was licked by the an anniversary address or in emf in the Chapel of a. Ii. C. L armity hag 5th, 1858, on the occasion of the third Armira Targ of the Mathe tinn society he one of ill Mei Nicin. By. K. V. Blount. Full Bee by Uit req of of in Kofl Uty the fortress of truth. We live in a Raina Tore age. The motive Power of mind Are becoming Arous d. The sluggish nand and stupid intellect love forgotten their time honoured precepts and sacrificed their terror upon the shrine of Reform. Constantly we Are met with most potent signs rendering the conviction More and More firm that our March is Onward. The Husbandman feels that As vet his presence is needed upon i Fertile Domain but with suppressed emotion con the daily Hoy tiap for tidings of a recent discovery which will obviate the necessity. The chemist renders indignant the Nti Brile miss when arising from ids much tortured Crucible to aun ounces to the shame of her Virgin Pride Liat her cherished jewels Are nought but the combustible materials which feeds the Elainr. Levitt Linus Turrow the Billows of every sea. Tie spirits of sages Linic became amphibious they not Only float upon every Breeze but Ere Long will Dart through oceans bed mid infest the element in which Hydra dwells. Tie grandest achievements of human p Nina will be accomplished when the great Magnet shall Stan the Depths of a Voltl Ocean Over Quot Anil serve As a connecting link Between world and world. The inquirer Here to Day Mav con Venie freely with his itinerant brother wander aug throughout tie Oriental dime or perchance seated a Kwi the Summit of mount Oll Ivul the Cradle of truth wrapped in sit the solemnities of that sacred spot. Time will be annihilated distance destroyed and thu most Power fail of former achievement viewed As the feebler machinations of an imbecile race. While thus hurled Onwu Consul cd by one eternal dream of Progress tin jaded intellect might for n moment swerve from the Well beaten path and View with mingled Hope and Joy a a the for Treu of years had rolled by before much improvement was made in the scientific world. The primeval history of our race present one continuous record of crude and Savage deeds. For Ages we Trace our ancestral line alighting Union but Here and there a Fertile Oasis upon which to rest our weary gaze. The dominant traits of Man were mostly easily developed and his puerile Genius was first skilled in contracting schemes by which to extend his Sway Aud gain tie Ascendancy Over his fellow. But not always thus was the a a lord of creation to Bow it tie shrine of his ambitious and vindicate his own selfish designs. A a Natura a my nature a Law it Lay bid in Iilah god in d Ltd Newton be and nil we a a new Era had dawned upon the world. Fiction startled at the ingress of infant immortal freed the minds of the superstitious rabble and was replaced by one enduring Monument of truth. From thence we Plato the history of Man proper. Anterior to this we saw but the a it on Vaneous up heaving of untutored Pae Sions now reason arrayed in her regal Robes sways the actions and plans the career. At his inquiring command nature yielded up her axiomatic truths and even unfolded to Etc Laid Dan mysteries of her More complicated Laws. Out from the unsightly mass where chaos had forever reigned he Drew order and Beauty. He looked far Down into the Arcana of nature and there entranced an admiring world with the Lovely jewels which to was enabled to unfold. Where Ever he went with uncaring truth As his attendant he left the impress of his searching and investigating mind until now the nations of Earth Honor themselves by chanting a the Demit of Praise Over his quiescent Shade. Through his teachings a spirit of inquiry was aroused in the bosom of Man which Ever since has been his most exalted characteristic. Regardless of the superstitions of the past he worships no More at the Shine of Antiquity but stand Forth in the person of his own godlike Independence. The of talc a gods and goddesses of Antiquity inspire wonder but not admiration. With a single accent they Are All denounced and he clings to truth As Liis unerring Friend claiming that it has been favored with in Achilleas immersion and is therefore Invulnerable. Since the Advent of truth into the world the noblest Powers of mind have been engaged in its delineation. The whole scientific world is but a bundle of truth. It Lias been augmented parcel by parcel until now like the Mountain which have been increased by annual deposits until Thev Tower aloft and Are wrapped in the Clouds even so fins truth been brought from its lurking Placo and cast a Ion the altar of science until Yetna like it stands an eternal Monument of Many a investigation. As tie Waters which periodically drench on Earth Are but the condensed vapor which arises from the Ocean and not a now creation even so the particles of matter Anil the truths of nature arc no More numerous now. Titan they were when the Fiat of an omnipotent eternal Rush Rcd worlds into existence. Tho Pone Annona was first As True when Balaam spoke to when Archimides asked King Hiero for a aft inhere to stand Quot that he might move Tho world. But each of nature s noblemen no lie runs with hurried course his terrestrial career has but an Opportunity to glance Over the world of science and learn in Laws. During one Short stay Man can but Glide peacefully Down the Stream of time Oil Boro and there gather a few pebbles which May lie unconcealed in the Well worn with of his predecessor and thus construct a Monument which May resume the course of ids future searches a a in of Tare. Learning nil Nuh Tophy men in Bort hard and Laboured All the to Day and in if a How Little they bad done. Small though to Weir labors May seem yet con saintly increasing they have Tiec Memore Romacly and attractive. Aft the seen pics chronicled in the various cyclopedia of Earth Date their parentage to merely individuals. Had not the immortals Horschel Ami Kepler lived who while on Earth dwelt in the skies the Star might have walked for Ages throughout the Etc rial vault and Man would still have been prone to Bow upon his idolatry of knee and worshipped them As Well or ill fated omens. Where the ignorant and superstitious had always turned and gazed to see their eternal ruin melted in the skies or Balm of Hope depicted in tie same there we now behold Beauty and Harmony and with their constant Power is linked our continued existence. Thu stars Are but a Many Steller suns the heat of which thing withdrawn All animated existence would instantly perish and Earth soon merge into her chaotic state. Revolving around throughout the interminable Fields of Aerial space we behold myriad of Side rial worlds and if tinting on to the contemplation of loftier Lieme we Are in ironed in the a music of the spheres a until we finally evaporate in the Poe Tab consciousness of Mirou a a big sign the silent intrepidity of the Tahr Drizing mind has penetrated tie lower strata of Earth until it Wanton daring has been checked by the heated Effery Esensee radiating from her Center. Were it not for tie science of geology a handmaid of troth the Earth would be parked recklessly Over and not once would the discriminating Eye be turned towards those Precio us gems which be concealed beneath her crust had not Werner the great German geologist elicited thought in such direction the Golden jewel which now adorn the Queen of Earth would be tarnished in to Weir unsightly Beds. The murky Waters of Many an Ocean would have washed in disturbed medals which now gleam in the

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