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r VOLUME XLIII. COLUMBUS, OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1853. NUMBER 2G. I en lUcckhi (Dl)io Stale Journal 18 PUBLISHED AT COLUMUU8 KVKllY TUftfDAY MORNING, i SCOTT & BASCOM, muriL smnmof, mm sun piaiu steuts mutroi on Bin. TKHMSlHrminhiyin mlmntt: In CohimbiiB, ?2 0ft jrnt; by mall. VI SO i club ( four slid upwards, 91 ii ; of tno slid up-trrU, 91 imp. THE HA1 1.V JOl'ltNAf. U furnl.-hej to city subscribers it S6 00, ind hv inutl Nt , nnu nir-Tim TlU-WKKiaY JuUHNAL i 3.00 ft year. RATES OFAHVKltTISINfi IS THE WKKKLY JOURNAL ilH.l11llillt ' r ft W CI CO W W Ol M ta frt o n n e itci to i le liqiiBr, &0 TU 2fil 762 2Ta bDf 006 00 0 rf)8 IW SfquirM, 761 flil 75 'J 2T.3 HI 4 (KJ& (MlO UuS 00 VI 16. Miuiin, 1 001 Tfi'i ft 8 604 flf& 000 DOS 0011. 17. ,!M square, 1 252 2U 60 4 00 6 00 0 00 8 0010. 14. 2.1. 'i. p tusrt, ctmiiirMtliln oinnihW, yiiir: wwkly 20. '.'4 eiiluum, I rhttriitHilili iiiHrtTly ou iMl column, chMiitft-iililf piartal.v i ll column, I cliHiiKtjl tusrialy HJ0. 10 ln of this lwd type I m-kiincl s'pisni. Advertisement cult-red mi Hie UinM -ln"l-ly, dullp the tbow rut. All ltuld nmic cliHritml iltmbln, uJ niftunimj u If nulid. lto Ccgtslnturc. ItloiKltiy, Felmmry I t, 1H53. IN SENATE. flj o'clock, a. m. Mr. Vattier, from tho committo to whom wat referred the report of tho commissioners tn La-ate two new L'inalie Asylum, in answer to a resolution of the 8 n ate, previously adopted, ropnrted Ihe name buck wiih tho conclusions ol Hie committeo i which were luid on tho table to bo printed. Mr. Crndlehaugh, un leave, rep irind a Idll to limit the repealing of the act to provide for Hie crouton and regulation ol incorporated companies in ihn Sinte of Ohio. Alio, n to nmond the time net, Mr Kilbourn, on iohnll' nf Mr. Gushing, pave notice of hill to amend lint charlur of thi) Udllipotis and Chillico'ho Riilrond Company. Tliu tjenulo ilifii took n recess. 2 o'clock, p. m. Mr. Pardee, nn lonve, introduced n hill lo limit ihn lialiility of excnion and odmiiiMr itum, mu to rfptal tlm 103 J Hint 1 IS'li tRUtioiiB, inclitive, of tlio net pin ed Muri'h 23d, 181(1, ti prencritio thedutiua of hxcu-tors and odin'ttimniior. Toe S"naio then went into committee nf Ihe Whole, Mr. Kilhonrn in tho Clinir, mid considered tht gonoral Oilctidnr. A't-T iome lini'f o ifnt, llio commitlen oroso nnd reported tho ordrri back, ond ihcy wore tuvcrally op-proririn'oly nforred. Thn Hwiiiito I hen Hsnin rrardved i'sHf into cnminittw of ihe Whole, Mr. Burnett in tho Chair, and resumed tin consideration of rmfinUh-d linniiioii. A dor boiiih time, ihe comtrditee urota nnd reported ihe ordent luck, nnd The hill to authorize the Atidilori of Inwnship tn receivo ile da of f:fl for r- id i'nlutt, find in hidd the rime, wai rolorred to ihe mntidiug cumriiilteo on the Judicinrr. The bill to nntliorizn R't)lr..nd Cmnpinieii to mm bo nil i, nnd to iicrinni iheir cu.ilul iinck in certain raei, wm nrdr-ri-d to bo engrossed nnd rend the third time to-nmrrnw. The Senate then adjourned. HOUSE OF REl'ltGSENTATIVRS. ) o clock, a m The SppnW preirnted a commiiinrntiuii frmn the Oode C(itnmiiiiiiert, contidning n list of law replied by ihtf citde bill, aUn acvvrul uuiendiuf-ntn. Laid on Ihe tidle tn be. prin'td. House hill, to prnvUo (or the pnymontof delit on the Hiplcy nnd HilUb ro', nnd Mdlurd and Chi!liiotbe nndn. PftMed yi n .18. nnya 8. Tho Hniite took a reuen o'clock, p. m. Mr. D-de introduced n bill to prnvem the publication and circnliiiion of nhnrt'rit' pninphleta and books, Mr. Newlmra intrndnced n bill to amend tho act crea'tns a lien in fnvm'iif mei-b'ioict, &c Report of Standing CommVtret Mr. Hiffloiv, from tho co".nuiu-H on lU'iievolent InNiiinthmi, reiiortnl k tin- refloluiion f t the emnlnvmnnt of n ntei h iniir tn eximine the bnih)int;i of the Itenevolent Inxiitiiiimi nnd ri'nort tlm amount neroMnrv to pti ilx-m in n-iviir. and recomin-nded the adnpiton of ih hennte nm-nd-nv nil. Aureeri tn, ami tliH r 5oini'in wan miptfd. Repoifnof ttUct committer Mr Allen r- pnrteil ac RonitHbill providing fur the dec I inn nnd rraignutmn of Jmliceiof the Pence, nnd reconimomled tho ndop-li n id tho mnendments nf tho cnnimillee of ihe Wliole, nnd the pimiL'0 of tlm bill, Agreed to, and ihn bill ordered to a third rending. Mr. Hiik reported buck ill" bill tn preserve the purity of olectioim, w i ll attieiulineiits. Afier n Ima dicui-i'n, in which Menr". Honk, Goit, Huley, llrnrlimun, Wurd of Criiwfurd, nnd Willi-row paniriprttrd, Ihe nnt 'iidmenia w re ngreed to. Mr. Williruw moved the hidolinite pnBl;.ouemint of the bill. Carried yews 48. nny S5. Mr. WillinmaolVorod ihu lollowing resolution, which was adopted t Rrtohed, (Mr, Neil cntisaniitifr), tlmt the use nf thi Hall it iinititt'd to the Siperintendent nnd Tenrh'TB ol the Dfaf ami Dumb A-.yiiim. f r ihe pnrpnan of yivinp on extiihiiion by the nupih ut tli tt iosiimiion, on Thurs day nft"rnooii, ihu 17th ., nt :j o'cleck. Mr HIhs rn ived toch uiite th bourn of meeting to 0 o'clock in the morning, nnd 2 o'clock in the nfturooon. Lot eat 35, imi 35. Tho Houao ibf n niljotirned. Tucsilityi Feliruury 11, 1S53. IN SENATE. I o'clock, a. m Proyer by Hev. Mr. D.mihoo. Mr. Rico proiented the petition of the Tnulen of I hi WlllotiRlihy rem lie Heininnry, ol Lake conti'y. pnying a Bpeciul art nuihiiritinp the ntmoin'inerit of nn dmiiiHtrntor In take clturpn nt ihe trllVcu of unkiiowti perB 'im litby the burnii'g of tho ti-ambo;tt (itilli'h, on Like Erie, in June, 18-'il, nnd to apply tlmnumo for the benirlit of the H niiiniry. On imninn, n-ftrnd to a icJoct committee of one-Mr. Rice. The hill tn authorize rail mud cornpiitiicn lo lue bonds and to increnne ilielr f.ipiial slock, was nud the third lime nnd mb d. Mr. Mnngi'ii report. il buck tho bill to mi'lionr." the Irnitto.iol towifhip to iny out ilitthea nml edtnoliou wither fi'Mirxea. Bill patted. The Senate iheti went inM ronimiltfu nf tho Whole, Mr. Burnett in the elixir, and renumed the cntiftiilem- lioti of the bill In prvflrrihe the junn lictiou of Juaticra of Hie rmce, mid in deitue Hio ilnMcBot (jonstitdes in civil Clues. After imim limn io spent ihe c.tmmitlee rose nnd reported no resolution. The tannic then lo tk a roc SA o'clock, p. tn, Mr. Riddlo reported back tho bill t Bind the act to cretin a lien in favor of nierh'tnica and o'hers, paifed March II, 1811. with adilidounl amendmerit which were agreed to and tho bill patted yeas St), nays y. Mr, fiilleit ofT.Ted a eiia nf preambles ' wilh n ro Anluti'in iinnexi'd." reciting that wheretit. the Lf:H la in re of 1815 hud ini'tirpunitrd the ata'n Hunk nt Uhi with a provUinii in tin ir chnrter t'nt ix per cetitnm of the proliu Bhould be taken in lieu of till laxea m-etsed 1 and wlr n, the rutd Stute Bank now rt l'oe tn bear il just proporli-.n of the public bnrdeiit tinder cover of their prou-mled conirnri i and wheren, eipi'i). ity In tint b. half it a demind of juttico as wedn detmwraev. tlien fore. Reioiwt, That the rnmmiitee on finance be di rected to inquire into the expediency nf accepting fix per centum of the profit nf nil uthor business mid phi-ploymeniB in lieu of the tnxea as now atsctucd upon the nronurtv ol this Smie. The reiolntion and premnhlo wore laid upon the table and ordered to on printed. Tim Sena'o then went into committee of ihn Whole, Mr, Burnett In the rhmr, and rcomed the o on id e ra tion nf ihe bill to d'fin ihe Itimdioiinn nf Jintices nf the Peace and to prescribe tho duties of Constables in civil catet. Alter tomeiitue, the cnrmniileo mite nnd reported prottrest and nskrd leave to Bit again. The Senate iu-n nilj-mnied. HOUSE OF REl'ltESENTVriVES. OA o'clock, a. m. Mr, Huubei moved t tutpend ibe rols tor the nur- pnte of Riiit into ronimittrn nf tho Wholo nn the acnool Mil. A creed in, ami mo iiouin weni nuororn mitiee of the Whole Mr. Okey in ih Chiir nnd re. timed the consideration nf ihn schonl bill, and nt 1 o'clock rote, anil obtained leave to sit a-jain, and The House took a rocoia. 2A o'clock, v- Tho House resolved itself Into a coimtdnoo of ihe Wholo nn the school bill, nud continued the same Ihe whole afinrnnnn sussinn. An amendment to strike out Iho necllon providing fur the appointment of a 8'ato Huperintemlent ot uom-mon Hchoo's. wnt Inst bv a vote of 34 to 3(t. An amendment reducing hit salary from $1,700 to $1,501) was nareed to. 'iho cnmmitlee roue aim nmuine leave to sit n!?iin. Tho House thfn adjourned. Wc(liicIuy, I'Vhriitiry 10, 1S.13, IN SENATE. OA o'clock, a. i Mr. Msck rep iriod back the bill for the support and trMtmsnt nf idiots and iutane nertons in certain cases. wiih amendments, which were agreed to, and iho bill nitSMrl. Mr. Riddle reported bank the bill regulating tbo jees 01 HQ en its in rrooaiouount, wimoiHamonumuui., nd tha hill nuul. Tht same gentlomm reported bick the bill to ameod the act regulating desren's and the distribution of per -mini relate, with nineiidinems. which were agreed l; nnd it was ordered to be eiigrii.sed atid rend the mini lime nwnorrnw, Mr. Pardee reported bnch (he bill to autliorixe the reltnrpiidiment ol turnpike nud M'lc idnmizfd roads to the county ilirouh wliitdi they pns. wih amend inentt, whi h were nsreeil to, and the bill pasted. Mr. Riddle reported h irk the bill to amend tho ftC etlHbli.-hli g Bo-irilt of Cmiuiy C'linmiMioniTt, with an nm MnJnieut, which ww nre d to, mid ihe bill whs ordered to bo entrusted ond rend the third timo to-ini'rrn.'I li- bill to authorize the trustees of tnwmhipB tn rereive deeds of gift lor real elaie, and to hold the same in trust, was rend ihe third tinm and pa-sid. On motion of Mr. Ilawkini, ihe Senate then went into cnininiiteo ol the Whole Mr. Burnett in the Chair mid considered 'he general nrd r. After some time bo spent. Ihe coinmitiee ronu and I ho orders were severally appropriately referred. The Salute then took a recess. 2 oclork. p. m. The Sonato wont, into cnminiiteo ol tho Whole, Mr. Alwitid in tho chair, mid cont-i lrred House bill to pro-vi le fr ihe puhlicniion of Hie geneinl lnws in newt papers, ni:d tlie ch'iirnnin repuried thetnine back wilh one Hiriendinent ; which wan agreed to, Mr. Pardee moved in girike nut ot tho 3d section 50 cents, nnd inert 7.) cents per thousand ems. Meiirs rardeo nud kuixium sitpjiurtud tho amendment,Mr. Riddle nppnsed it. Toe amendment wns llien temporarily laid on tho tp bio ; and Mr. Kinck submitted an amendment requiring the publication of only ftich laws ni are of gen end interest to tho county where published ; which wns ngreed to. Mr. Pardee's amendment was again tiiken tip. Air. Mimgen Biipporied the amendment at somo length, nnd Mr. flnwkint refitted. A cill of iho Sennla waa had, and 25 Senators du- swor.'d to their nntnes. Mr. Finck culled lor a division of the question. The question being m slrikins out, reniilied veas23. uuvs I Mr. Hawkins. Tli" question then being nn Inserting 75 cents, the yens nnd nays were demanded ond reiulied yeni2l, nays 4, as fallows : i kav Mt sr. Alwnrd, Armstrong. Cnx. Ferguson. Fndgo, Kdhiuirn, McfCinney, Mmde, Mungeti, Pnnlee, feppntd, Rex. Bice, llwh, Iliddle, Smuli, Taylor, Van Uuskirk, Vtdtier, Wiiliaum. nnd Wilson 21. Nat Messrs. B irneit, Kinck, II ill and Unwinds 4. Mr. Rice submitted an amendment, excepting the net lor Iho eftablihtnt lit of nrnde id' civil (irocedure 'nun publication. Dimreed lo, und the bill ordered to n third rending to-mrr w. The Senate again went into committee of tho Wliole on ihe special mder, Mr. Burneit resuming llio chair. At a lu'e hour the committee ruie nud reported back Senate lull to reynliio procedure before Justices of ihe Pence, wilh Ptunl'-y nmi'iidtnents. 1 ho Senato then adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. HA, o'clock, a m. Mr. Bishop offered a rcsolulion for ihe priniiog of a number of copies nf the reports of the Secretary and Auditi r. for the use nf ihe members. Lost Mr. B'lrnum moved u tusiiensioti of lh Miles, for ihe purpose nf going into committee of ihu Wh b, on the school bill. Ag'i ed to, mid ihe I Initio went into com mil tee of the Whole, Mr Okey in the elmir nud resumed the cnnsideralion of the school bill. An amendment, striking o.t iho see lion providing for the assessment nf nne-lfiith of a inill on tlie dollar for the purpoao of libinries and school apparatus, was reed to. An mtinTidment In nicmnt Hamilton cnuniv from the provirfteiH ol the hill, wis loul, rift -r n long disruisi in. An ntneiidment to slriko out two nulls, us tlie rnteol tnT'iiion fur n school fund, and insert one nnd a lutf mills, wns lofd. The bill wns rend through and reported back to the Hoiii. nnd relern d in the committeH nn Schools, Mr. D mind trom-d n recotiddermlon nf lb" vote by which the reHolutiou respecting the elaim nf Joseph WmIioii. wus lost. Agreed to yens 30, tniys 2G. Tho llouo took n recaps, 2iJ o'clock, p. ro. Tho resnbitioii respecting tho claim of Joseph Wa'- inn was luiil nti the tnUlo, Mr LeBlond moved lo suspend iho rulot In order to ke up ihe efb bill. Lout, Nftnr nnm ducnssion. Oil's iniood. Ity Mr. James, to re pen I the net ot- einpitng toe homeslead of famiies from ale on execu tion. Rcporlt of Standing Commi'tcn V; . H-mk, from ih't ,ludi itry comrinilee, reported hack ihn loll authorizing the 0-immisinners of tho counties of Illicit, rnl'ou and Williams, tn the S'ale of Ohio, lo appoint toiihthlo persons In transcribe certain deeds now re enrded in ndi uning conniies o Michigan, and recom- loernled its third rending and pjs:tge. l'uied yein (ii), tiuvs 2. Mr. Ilisbop. fr.-in tho rommitteo on Printing, re ported hick Ihn S'-nato resnlutiou for priniing .1 OHO copies of ihe Aioi'inl ll"port of the llonrd nf Public Works, nml 10,(100 t iho Autnm! K port n the linnnl of Agrictiliure, and recommentled iis pustngo. Mr. Kriiler moved lo nmerd by having 2",fl00 copies of the Agi iculmrnl Report. Adopted, und the "ilutioti a ntiiendrd adopieil. Mr. Honk, from the Judiciary committee, reported b ck tho b ll Biipplemeutiiry tu tbn act dispensing with proof in certain cases, nud recienmeuded iU third rending. Putted veas 54. navs 0 Mr Plumb moved n recnn-idemiinu of the vote by hieh the llousn refused tu iidoiit tlie reiolulion for piiniing 8 11011 copi-snf ihe report 'it the S-croinry nf ate nn Common bcliouls, nud ti.UOO copies ul lue Andiitir't lt"port. Agreed In. The reuhni'n was then ndopted yens 40, nays 2.1 Mr. Mills, from Hie comuiiiteH on Roads and Hi-h ays, reported bick th bid dehniug die mode ul lay ing nut nud ei'iililiiluiigS a'ernii.i,anil recommendi-d tlmt ihe House ngree to the S mate amendments. The firjit nineiidment was lost yens 22, nays 45, und the other were a reed lo. Rt-psrt of Select Committee Mr. Dividsnn reported hack the bill to divide syrnmnre lowuttiip nun oiec preciucti, and recommended i'i indeuuito post ponement Agreed to. Ordirmf the Dav.Mt. Intiinn moved to inKe tip and indelinitely inHtoono ihe bill to amend the 7 Hi terliou nf ihe tax bill, which requires Iho assessor to xnruioe and vabin personal properly. Agreed to, il the bill wns discussed for some tune, nnd I'ho Home adjourned. THE NEW ROYAL COURT. The Paris correspondent of tho Now York Exiue civus tho loliowttig ilems ul inlcrctt tout Itmiii ll ii'iius. The U .yul Household is now neing lormio, aim con sists of 87 persons. Tho PrtVllhon ot tho J (iillenes to preparing lor 1 lie I'nucet Maiuun, me my see nation-nle ftr Prince Murat, nud 1h" Palais U ovule for Jennne llonaparte. The earringes lor tho Lmperor uro being tnaile, and lor s,deiidur will stirp isi oven inn uoyai irriaifMif Char en X. Tin tafnutriawto himml in pre paring the furniture for tho theatre of tho Tnilleries. The bill (jiven lat week nt the Tuilleries by the Em peror, is lo bo followed by one to moriow id jilt, at the L ixembiiurg, to be given by the Status Contuttuin, nud it it anticipated th t' (here will he one a wed(, giv-en by the ll'-ad o ditVi-rent executive deparlineuts. until theSJ'h ol relirunry, wiienni" prouuiuon win take place nt tho Tuiliene. in costume, in ino uoun Dress, Borne ma'ters are left to ihetato or convenience if the wenier. The mat must be of blue, and Mtigle brenstt d, with si;ii,dmg collars, but it may bo either embroidered or p am. The brcec In 8 may ho either dmb tr b iirk.nod the stockings to matcli, worn wmi sttoet. fo.. rhnueau NmpiIooii will be worn. The wristbands will be i dyed with a narrow ri.tlb", nnd imned to turn buck over iho wristband, and fi'l up tho end id' the sleeve, the sumo as for citizens' lull dross. CLOTHES FOB THE PRESIDENT. The tailors of Boston tiro preparing a suporb suit nf clothes for President Piikcr. A cm respondent f the AVw York Herald bus obtained a tight of tho articles and thus registers the imporiant event. We transfer it to fumre ues for ihn benefit nf those who mny detiro to know how n PreMdi-nt of iho United States dressed in the year of our Lord 18 J : 1. A lino black dress coot, made from the tame id--lb which took the premium at the last World t Pair leuidoii. Coat t'lpnibly liii' U witn satm aecneno j sleuvo linings nl-o nl sail . Niyle aoout n tneilium between iho gravity ol ngoanU ihe fopp'-ry ot "upper, letulom." Undrest wnistrnat et pln'n iilucK shbi nacK oi satin d- chene, and lined ihroihoui wiih white satin. 3. Full dress vest ot plain while silk nick and linings of white saint. On tho snim lining ol the ri Id side are thirl)-ouo slurs, representing tlie Slutes ol the Union, foruuiig a circle, wrougni in stiver, uniun this circle of stars is ibe Anchor ol Hope, worked in uld. Outside ol nil is nn untiles circle. 1 rmislatlon I thesn emblems: " In iho Union of iho Slates it our only hope. God watches over the Republic ..toriin be iu durntioti UU llio opnotiio wnno snuu HniiN! is wrmikht a chanb t of bay leaves, lied nt tho bottom with n giddeti knot, outside of wlpch is ttnother circle of gold. 4. Punts ol plain black doeskin, tu ino iincsi uiaie-rial that can be procured. 5. Undress pants id n plain niacn, very nuo, sim mwl uritnl milium. 0. Overcoat of pliin blank, superbly lined, nna mauo in the hirm ol a stirtout. This suit is being tnamihclurod by Mr. II. E. Ar mioaton. Wnshinatuii street, llostmi, a g'-nilomnu whn 1.4 to ihe inilitring art what (Jreeuoiigh was among sculptors. Tho embroidery ft being execu'td ny a ln-ly ol that city. It is intended that the suit shall be the fiiii'tt specimen ever manufactured iu America. It General Piorca visits your New York World's Fair, next summer, it ts expected that be will appear in as much of it as he ran conveniently put on at once, and thus show the publio what our Yankee tajlori oaa do, ?i Sale of ll)c (Dlicn mc. THE CORK LEO. We believe that iho fi 1'owidk rimirnM airr. written aim twpnty yesrt w or m- rt-, hy H. ii' y iHlif il 1- U Mn Ktmli h u hiir, hn iet (tinn ih-t nxitnU nt ih- ii"w(i)Hr 1 r 1 aur vm. ii insy ne wen ennu n in glrn ll iinrt t,ir the ciiuQt ul he riling neuerstina BoUoh Journal. -Ho who bis been at Rotterdam will remember n house ot two stories, which stands in the suburhs just rtdj .ining the basis of the canal running between Hial ity and the H ague, Lnrienai d oile r place. 1 tuv lie will remember il, for ii must have been pointed nut to hi in as hiving been once inhabited by the moat iu-3iiious nn tint that Hull uid ever produced, to say no-thing of Ids daughter, ihe prettiest inuiden ever horn ithin hntring of the crunlf mguf a frog. It is not widi the fsiir Blanche, urilorHitia'ely, that we have nt pie- ut anv lliinc to d t it is wiih the old ceutlemnn. her fidher. His profeHtion was that of u anrical iuttni-ment maker; but his fume rested nrinciieillv on the sliitl with which ho consiruded wooden and cork egs. Si great wns his reputation in thin department ol human science, tlmt they whom nature or accident nuu curtailed, curricatured, or dlsippolntcd in mii very necessary nn appendato lo the hudv, came limping in him In crowds, and however desperate their cues miht oe, were very soon nn tlie euy mg ), set upon llieir legs ngaiu. M uiV a crinple. whu had looked noon his deformity as incurable, und whone only cons daiioti consist d in an occasioned hit at Proviilence, for liav ing trusted his mtiking to a journeyman, fotitirl hi nisei I soadmirably fined, so elegantly propped up by Mynheer Turningvort, that he almost began to doubt whether a timber or cork supporter was not, on the whole, superior to a more commonplace nnd troublesome one of fl-rdi and blood. And, iu good truth, if von had seen how very handsome and delicate wero the understandings (a -h toned by this skillful an i fieer, you would have been puzzled to settle Ihe question vourself. the more especially if your real toos were tormented with gout or corns. One morning, lust at Master Turninevnrt wns giving the last polish to a calf und ancle, n messenger entered his studio (to speak classically), and requested that he would immediately accompany him to die matisiun of Mynheer Von Wnrienblock It writ tho mansion of l he richest merchant in Rotterdam ; so the nriist put on his hunt wig. and set forth with his Ihree-cornered hat in one hand, and his silver bended stick iu Ibe other. It so happened that Mynheer Von Wndenhlock had been wry laudably employed afew da h b-f re. iulurniuga poor relation out nl'doort; but in endeavoring iiihasleu tho odium wretch's progress down .stairs by n tlight impulse a posteriori (for Mynheer seldom at nod upon cer niony wilh poor reluiious), ho had uidortuna ely lost his balance, and tumbling neadlong from ihe top to ihe bottom, be found, on recovering bit, senses, ihtii lie had broken his right leg, nnd that he hud lost three tenth. Mont tirst thought ol liavn-g Ins poor relation tried for murder; but being naturally ol n merciful dm posit inn, he only sent him lo i iil on account of smim un paid debt, leaving him there to enjoy the conid rodile ction that his wile und children were starving ut home. A dentist soon supplied the invnbd with thr-'o teeth. which he had pulled out nf an indigent i't head, at the rato of ten stivers apiece, bui fur w lib h bo prudent ly charged the rich merchant one hundred d.tlitir. Th doctor upon examining his leg, nnd recollecting Hint he wnt nt Hie tune rather in want ol a suijer, m it cure-tully oil' und took it away with turn iu his carriage, tn leeluro upon to his pupils. So Mnher Wnileiihlock, considering tlmt he had been hitherto ficciisinmed lo alk nnd not. to Imp, and being perhaps somewhat pre jodieed in fnvor of die firmer mode nf luromoiioti, sent for our ttieitd at Ihe can id bat-in, in order that hn mighl give him d rection-ab iiH the repres-niativo wiih who h lie wished to be supplied for bis I 'st member. Tlie nrltlicer euiorrd the weuhhy burgher's up ariunit. Ho was reehiiiiii on Ihe couch, wiih his lett h-g locking as respecbible us ever, but wilh his unhappy right stump wrapped up in bandages, at d conscious und ash imd of its own littleness. " Turiiiugvnrt, you havu beard my misfortune. It hut thrown urn into a lover, and all Rotterdam into confusion ; hut let Hint p,ins. You must make a leg, nud it must he iho hott leg, iir, vou ever made in your life." Turningvort bowed. I do riot care what it coat; I urinuyv rt hnwed still low- ; "providing il uuidof-s evorything you have yet de. I mn turnout! of your wooden spindleHhanks Make it of cork ; lei it bo li"ht and elastic, and e-m it full of springs as a waich. I know iioihing of this busineas, a nl c.inud be more speedie iu my direct inns ; hut this I mn determined upon that I 'lull have leg as ond nt the one I have lost. I know such h thing is lo bo h id, and if I get it from you, your reward is n thousand guinea." Ttie IJu'ch Prometheus, that, In please Mynheer Von Wndenhlock, said he would do morn than human ingenuity Ind ever dmio before, nud undertook tn bring him, within six dy, a - g which would liLiih to scorn trio mere common legs pust s-ed by common men. Tins nsHiiruiice whs led meint n an idle bonst. Turningvort was a nun nf speculative at Well as practical science there wns a favorite d's nverv which he bail Ion-; been aiming at, nud bo he- lii'Ved lie h id at lasl tucceeded in accomplishing it that very inoriuug. Like nil nHier manufacturers cd torros i trial legs, ho had ever found iho chi. I flilliciliy iu his progn ss lown'ds periecdon, io consist in us uciiig np-: nareiitlv imposxi lo to imn.duce intn iheni nnyihiog in iho shape of j itnts, rupahle of being regulated by iho w 11 and of performing those imp .rtani (unction achieved under tho present system hy m"utii of the ilduurable mechanism ol tho knee mid nticle. Our philosopher h is spent yours in endeavoring tn obviate the gnuid inconvenience; mid aliliouh ho h id tlndoiibteilly nindo yrealur progivss than any one else, it was not un'il now tout lie umnm inm-eii completely mister nf tho great secret. Hit lint attempt in carry it into execution was to be in lh leg he was about tu miko for Mynheer Von Wudenbloek. It was on the evening of the sixth d iy from that to which I huvo til- Iniled, lhal with tins inaio leg, c ireiuny pncxeii up, the acute ariinn aaiu made Ins appearance he- lore ihe expecting and impudent Von V mlenhlmik There was n proud twinkle in Turnm-ivon's grey yo, which seemed to indicate that he valued the thousand guineas, which ho intended for B audio's marriage portion. Iea than the celebrity, Hi glory, the immortality of which he was at length so sure. Ho untied his precious bundle-, nud spent minis hours in displaying and explaining lo the delighted burgher the number of additions he had ms.de to the internal machinery, and ihe purpose eitli was intended to serve, Tito evening woro away in these dltctisaiont con oeuiiiig wheels wiihinwhoels.and springs upon springs, ah-n it was time to rest, bnlll were equally s lishVd wuh ibe perfection of tho work; und at his employer's enruoU request, Iho artist consented to remain for the night, in older that early next morning he mi-hi tit on ihu limb ami see how ll permrined lis tiu'y. ciny next morning utl the necessary arrangements wore comoleied. and Mynheer Von Wodeiibloek walked tori Ii to Ihe slroet in ecttacy, blessing iho inventive Dowers of one who wns able Iti make so excellent a hand of his leg. U seemed, bidet d, to net lo admira tion ; in iho merchant's mode of wulking ihere wns im ftidVneas. i.o HI't,'. no constraint. AM the font per formed their i.tllce wiihout iho nid of either b mo or muscle, Ntiboily, not even n connoisseur tu lameness, would have suspected anything uncommon, nny great collection nf accir.-tely adjusted clock wm k under the full well sls!,ed pal dontis of the substantial looking It.itrlimmi Hud it not l.een lor a slitiht ireuiiilom.no nroi.inti.d bv tho r.ipid whiilmif of ul mt twemy wheels m Hie Interior, ami constant cncRing nuo ana of a watch, though somewhat louder, he wnu'd him self have forgotten tint he wns not. in nil respects, as he used tube before be lifed his right foot tu bestow a parting benediction nn his pour relation. Hn wNiked aloiiir in the renovated buovnncy nf Id soirils until ho came iu Msht of the Stadl Home ; und iutt at the foot nf the (light nt steps lhal b-nd up ! ihit iiiincitiil door, he saw his old friend, Mynhce Vanmitern waiting to receive him. He quickened his , nice! and both mutun'ly In hi out their hands to each olher by way of c migrstultt ion, before they wero near enough in ho cluped inuiit-ntiiy cm 'trace, ni ue m-rchanl reached tho spot wheto Vmioutern sinod Km dflmi-. tuna that wnrthv m id's nstotdrthmeut lo se 1dm ili..mh bn held out' his hand, pass nuicklv bv without sluupiiig. evon fur a moment, to tuy, ''How d'yedo?" But this seeming want nf polileuefll wrote i.,.m fonlr nf nur hern's. His aNtotutlimeiit wns a thousand times greater, when he found that he had no power whatever to determine either when, where or how his leg was to move As long as his own wishes happened lo coincide with ihe manner in which the machinery seemed des'ined lo operate, nil had gone on miMiiiiiyi aim no nuu hiishihimi ms mm ""i"1""" with Pa independent aim sen acting powera mr a mow nx,.tl, nvnr it which he now funul he did nut pos.ss, It liv.fl bfit bis most anxious desire to ploii lo iiienl with Mynheer Vunoiltorn, but his leg moved on, niu; ho tip. Ilimsell Umler llio necessoy m i"Mmji Many an attempt did ho m ike to slacken h s pace but v.irv mte mot was vain. In caught tioiej m inn ran walls mid heUtes. but his leg tugged su violently, lhat b.i wniHlVaid uf disbicaiing his arms, and was uhl'gi to go on. He began to get seiiouly uneasy as tu ihe Ouiisrquenres ot tins most unexpected turn wincn mu ten had taKen; ana nisoiny imps w, nun nm mid unknown powers which ihe complicated a i i ruction of his leg seemed to possess, would Bieedily u.l...,..t ibemmlve. Of I ns. however, lie Colllil ft is cover no symptoms. He happened to lie going in Hio direction ol the Lnydeii Oaiuil, nnd when lb' arrived m siiiht of Mvtibner Turningvori'i Imusu, lie called loudly upon ihe artificer to como to hit nssisianco. The nrlituer looked out of his window wilh a fuce nl wonder, " Villain," cri d Wodoublock, "come out lo me this instant! You havo made me a leg wiih a von-gnnuce! It will not stand siill for a moment t I have been walking straight forward ever since 1 left my own house, and unless ymi -top mo yourself, Heaven only knows how much farther i may walk. Don'i Ktntid asuing Ihere, but come out mid relieve mn, or I shall be out of tight, and you will not be uhlu to overtake me." The mechanician grew very pale, hn was evt lontly not pretiitred for this new ddfi.:uliy. Hn Imt not a mo ment, however, in following the merchant to do what he could toward extricating him from so awkward a tiredicament. The merchant, or rather the merchant's eg, walking very qniok, and Tiiraingvort, being an Iderly man. found it no casv maiter to make up to htm. He did mi a' last, nevertheless, and catchiughim in Lis arms lifted him entirely from the ground. Bui he Ktru;ugtiiu (if so it may be called) did not sscceed, Inr the innate propelling motion of tho leg was so rea" 'hat it hurried the artist along wiih his burden at the same rule as before. Ho tot them, therefore, do a n again, mid stooping, pressed violently m nne of the springs that pn.iruijed a little behind. In an iuslaut the unhappy Myneer Von WiMleuhtock was oft' l'ke mi arrow, calling tint in the most piteous ncc-nts " I am lust! I am lost! I am possessed of a devil in the shape nt a cork lejf : stop me ! for heavena sane "top me! I nm breathless, am fainting! Will nobody shutter my leg to pieces? Turningvort! Turn itigvnrt! yoti have murdered me!" The artist, perplexed nu conl'iiinded, wus hardly in n situation more lobe envied. Scarcely knowing what hn did, befell upon his knees, clasped hi hands, and with strained and staring eyeball looked after the richest merchant iu ftotterdum, running wiih the speed of ati enraged hull'do, awny along ihe cunal towards Leyden ami bellowing fur help as loudly at hit exhauttiou would permit, Loydon it more than twenty miles from Rotterdam, but die nun bad not yet set, when Ihe Mistoi Back- stieider, whu were selling nt Iheir parlor window, tin-mediitely opposite the "Oolden Lion," drinking tea. nm iiipuuiiig iu uieir ipeniiSHH Miey paiseu, saw flouif one coming nt n furious speed along the street. His lace wus p. tie ns ashes, nnd he gasped fearfully lor breath; hut without turning ehher to ihe right or left, he hurried by at Hie same rapid rate, and wus out of sight almost before they hud time in exclaim, "Good gracious, wnt not ihnt Mynheer Wodoublock, the rich merchant ol Rotterdam?" ' Next day was Sunday. The inhabitants of Harlem were nil going to church in their best attire, to say their p ayersmid hear iheir organ when a figure rushes ueros the market place, like an anitna'cd corpse, wuire, nine, cold, nud speechless, its eyes lixed, its lips livid, its teeth set, and its hands clenched. Every one cleared n way for it in silent horror; nnd there was not a person in Harlem who did not believe it a body endowed wiih Hie power of motion. On it went through the village and town, towards the great wilds and forests nf Germany. Weeks, month, years claps ii, but at intervals the horrid shape wq seen, nnd st ll continues lo he s-en, iu various parts of ihe north nt r.uropu. i he eiothet, itxleod, winch ne who was once Mynheer Vou Wodeiibloek used to wear, have all mouldered nway ; Hie ilJdi, too, has fallen from his bones, and he is now a skeleton a skeleton iu all hut thecoik leg which still, in its original rotundity and s'ge, continues ut'ached to the spectral lorm, a perpet mm mnhite. dragging ihe wearied hones forever und forever on the eat ih! May all good saints protect us Iroui broken leg! and may there never again appear a mechanician like Turningvort, to supply us with ork subatiiutesol so nwiul and rnyst rious a power. illtcccllttuij. WASHINGTON 80C1E1Y. Harper's Mngnziue fur December.cuntalnsa "Skelcb of Washington City," by Anne C Lynch, from which we uke the following extract ; Tie society of the citv of Waohiaglon ha peculiar feature which distinguish it from that of tiny other in the Union. It is certain Hint, whatever the political institutions or our country may be, i's social or'mnzi'lon is fur Cm m being demo cratic, hvery town and village has its exclusive cir- ie, composed of those who hvm weubh, fau.ily, or liishinn, aiitne, wiih more or lest absurdity, to he ihe aristocracy nf the place. At Washington, on Ihe con trury, ihe I'leciileid and I'lheert ol the Government, holding iheir position direct y from iho people, owe. even to the humblest nf ihem, a certain allegiance, and it is die t'iCit iidmi-sion ot this that gives lo the society nf the capital such euibe fret dnm imm aU constraint and lormiiiity, mid n nilers it the only truly and prac-lic dly democratic city, not only in the Union, hut in the world. Iu die capiluls ot othor countries tuesirau- j ger is Impressed only wih tho power and majesty id th" tiovenimetii. everywhere lorced upon him by Die Ho- pump und ebcumidmice with which it surrounds il. self, mid die ib f renco it demands; while in that of our own he feel only the soveteignty ol the people, ul whnui Iho (lovernmeut ib absolutely and literally Die I servant. In oth-r ci'tet in our own country, Mho best i society,' ns it is cdird, and tfien jntly, is hedged round by so many coiiveiiHonaii'tea Hi it n is almost inaccesi bio to thue who nre without its charmed rirde; but 1 hre, Hie President and Cabinet open ihoir ilonrs to nil. and all meet on llio same social plane; hoi thai disliuc-tion are not felt here, more, perhaps, ihsn elsewhero, hut the iii-ttrtnco wiih winch one towers above another, i the result nf ti dive superiority nl uie, and not of ar-'ifici'd pmp, As a natural consequence, character soon find it level, and recieven ita just apprni iitinn Tne f icl that one i a governor, a juilge, n milliunaire. or lail'T of ffiduon, n' hme, where th-'se quulihca'ion give him shunting, avail him iiu'ldug here, ard he inevitably f.i'ls into ihe pUro which nature, and not ad-veuiiiiiais cirrtimsimires. as-iuns him. It i found, lint thi p-culi ir rpuiosph"ro of Wasldegton ntfects astoii- slini;ly a I wnoo"metnid ri'siniMeiicejanu I tie magnate f nur Pwn or citv, at home so unninirnaclmbU nll) , tenacious of Irs p -sition, here, fiiuliug how little hi factitious ndvnnlnges avail blm, suddenly becomes nit bio, gental, nnd cnurtenus to nil. Hundreds of people. mt only members ot tlto (t ivernnient, hut ternpnrnry residents, thus broii.!ht togeihor frmn all parts of ihe Union, utid tried by the new sttnd ird, cannot fill to compose n sncp'fy ol the most striking nnd oniMunl el t-menis, mid in comparably superior to any other that our country nitoros. In this social collision, sectional prejudice wear off. anl die E tst nnd Wet, Hie S atin and North, thus brought into cl- ser intimr.cy, become cemented by more enduring ilea. As " iho king never dis,' so the lovernmeut never censea, but it is conttntitly changing sollijers; ami it is this perpetual cliatit-e that give Washington all Hie payeiy ami abandon nl a great watering-pi ace, without. Its accompanying frlvulity. AiKdhnrcharncterisiic feature of suci.il life in Wash ington is, thai here men nnd women take their proper places ns leaders id society, while in our country gen- rntly it i mostly civen up to too yiaing and tinninr b d of both sexev die fitliers often nbsen'imj them selves entirely, ond the molhers merely fulfilling the duly ofitiiirfitiiziug their daughiers. This circuinttnnre alone would give a higher bme to socieiy here, if it were not, as it t, composed nf the most brilliant talent in the country. Tuo President's reception or levee, which takes place one evening of every week during the season, is open to nil, nnd the President nnd iha ladies ot tut family, nher receiving ihi-ir guests, mingle with them in Hie drawing room. In this promiscuous assemblage, we meet representatives from every class of society, and iwery Stile in iho Union; with foreigners, titbd and unfilled, citizens disiiiiKundied nnd undisttnguithed, nud with characters, manners, and miters equally dl verse. In such n cadinrine one can scarcely tail tu find amusement und intorofct. The hours ( f reception are limited from eipht to ten o'clock, and no refreshment nre otleiTil, the Chtef Magistrate thus sotting nn eJtnm-nle of true republican simplicity. In coiirlusiuti, it may be repented, ib at it is only here Hut the great principles upon whicu our government is f. u nd' d, nre luiiy ami practically carried out in social lile. Like llio high nlbcesof State, the high places of society nre open to nt I ; and while the Hnvernment hn solved Hie great poiuicat pmniem, ami nemonstratea that men are competent to govern themselves, society has solved tbn great social prnb'em, and shown that there u no natural or necessary alliance between do mociacy and vulgmiy. J0TTINQ3 OF A NATURALIST. The first of n series of pa :ers under this head, in Eli- t Conk's Join nsl, concludes thus t " It is not nl wax s, however, that Die maternal facul ty mnnifettt i't-ll ns n thing uf enntpensntion. There it often n sngaci'y ami disinterestedness inndn evident, which lif's brute feeling into a noble light. An ewe, which brings forth two Iamb, will not admit one lo her tea's, unless ihn nlher be present and partaking, otherwise one might (smith while (he other would irrow fat. In muuv cites this sui s tyrant man, and ho tillows nature to toto her course, lint where the law stands between him ami his interests, he never hei i-iiet to nut It aside Tni female reindeer dmnt hi fawn about tbn ni'ddle nf Mav, anil pives milk from the end f June to tho middle of October. Thesn mothers nro extremely fond of their young, and the Laplander, iinwdli ig tn le tho fawn tnko milk, yet knows belter than lo separate it from tho mother. A rope It thrown over Hio neck of iho don at milking ti ne, and she is rotnnollrd to submit to milking, giving about H pint. But Ihn ftiwu is not yet sufficiently do- fraudi d. A'ter minting, inn teais m inn mmner are anointed wi'h n preparation oxreedinglv offenikn in tho fawn, whit h thus, notwithstanding its disgust, gets just enough to support life, nud no ttore, and leave Hio mother wiih n full uddur to enrich the dairy of her ex- aetieir master. ' Whatever tntelligrnco or murage animnUmay pot- sett, it is seen, to the greatest aovatiiagn when Ihey hsvo uff.orinir to nrotect. Then it is lhat the smallest birds bnhllv attack hawks, nt.d drive th m from Ihn field. Then ihey nre ready to submit to any amount of dlenng f .r tlio sake ol Ihn young, fiver) body has rend Pi-rcivaPs ib-si-ription of tho discovery ship Car-cats, while nn a pelir ex pedilion. White's stnrv of the hen that buff-ted n hawk lo death, will be fresh in iho memory nf tbn rentier. Sparrows taking Biraws tn i heir nests, wi make a wide oircitii ll they nre watch ed, nod tho lark dropping down from heaven to bit downy brood, never slights iu ihe Immedinte vicinity ot his nest. There is in tun gtmnnn ni uegent's Turk, London, a plniii-lonking snmher IitiI, a native of New 11 Hind, called tbo brushturkey, whose habits of rear-iu ft its brood arn among ihn most remarkable in Ihe history of animal lustmrts. Tho bird it a thorough chemist, nnd constructs for itself a patent incubator, on rtinmieul principles, bv which It hatchet Ms eggs hi B ot' ht lie manner, wi hod dm ledl ut si-lint; to which othor birds suUmb. This bird at present orrupie part oi inn grem aviary on no imui nun oi ine gardens, on tbn right after entering ihe gate from Ihe road It is not a very striking bird in itt appearance. The upper surfsee of the adult male, in wings and tall, it ol a black i th Drown, but on tno nnueraunaoe tna teitn rs are blackish brown at ihe bos', a dug into silver- giay at Ihe ends, The skin of the head and neck is ol a deep uink Verging n red. nnd ihliilv sprinkled with sh r: duigv hair. The wattle is of a bright yellow -hailing . rl'imo red. lis size is nearly that nl a turkey liigeier,) ha'dtt this bird is nothing remarkable. I" is in the reproduction of the epeciot that its anomotiiai proceeding are maudesied. It is a believer in ler iiieiitmion and co opera' ion, for when the breeding season arrives, a immb-r of birds enter into partnership. and collect a Iiol'o heap of vegetable matter, which U ull owed to lerment nil it ioruis a ho bed. Several weeks are patiently employed iu forming thit heap, hul whou once formed, does duty for several years, new matter being added at tup at that beneath rots away. In collecting, the birds use only the foot, the oui m not usrii ar all. 1 ho surface ut the ground surrounding the hotbed is (hut cleared of every leaf nnd blade nf grass, every scrap of vegetation being added toassi tin the fermeniHtiun. Whn this pyramidical mound of green si nil' has had stdlicient time to heat, and when il is just ot tho proper temperature for hutching, the large ggs mo inserted not side by side, but planted at rou ar intervals from ech other, and stuck tnlo Ihe fusty tmukiug bean nerlecllv uoriaht. the lariro end downward, and at un unit's length below the sur- nce. i uey are then covered up and left nil hatched. Whether iho chickens hive 1 1 fijlit their wav thrntih the wnrm "artificial mother," or whether, as Mr. Gould was informed, ihe females remain in the neighborhood to assist them is n question no! yet settled; there is no iouim, nowever, mat in either case nature tins provi-led for Ihe safety nf the vounir. and that all its instincts are adapted to the circumstances of iis birth." FEMALE PHYSICIANS. Tho Dot ton Journal strongly advocates the introduc tion of f males into ihe rank of tho profession. We consider the needle a much more appropriate weapon in tho hands of woman limn ihe scalpel or bistoury. exenange. Do yon ? Just suppose vourself a forlorn sick bach elor, iu the upper story of some noisy boarding house, wlme inmatei don't care a pinch of snulf whether you conclude lo die or get well. S.lppose youv'e wotohed that spider in theoorner weavo his w b, till you are quite qualified to make one yourself; suppose yon nave cuuuteu, lor the Ihousmidlh time. Mil Hie stieper-desses, distorted little dogs, and crookod trees, on the papered wnll nf your room ; gnawed your finiier nails to the very quick, and twiichal your moustache till ev ery hair stands up on lis own individual responsibility. Then suppose j-itt us yon nre nt tho last gasp, the door miens, gently, and ndmitsfnoi a great creaking umr oi pools commtitug an orncti ar. solemn M. i . grim enou-'h tofriuhtt-n you into die chnrch-vnrd) but u smiling, may cheeked, bright eyed nice little live woman doc trees, yes? Well, the puslit bnrrt her curls, throws oil hnr slinwl (Venus! whnt a luuro ! ) pulls aft her glove, and bikes ytttir hand in those Utile fingers. How yourpulte raci: nne mnits nt you so compassionately trom tho-e soft blue eyes; lays her hand on your forehead and ihrn ouesti.'iis you demundv about your ' symptoms," (a Jew of which she sees without nny of your help! ) Then die writes a prescription wilh those dainty little nngers and tells ymi to keep very composed end quiet, (just as if you c nild) smooths ihe tumbled quilt ar- ranges your pillow shades Hie glaring sunlight from your aching eyes, with an insiinctive knowledge of your iinspnKeii wants: and ays with the sweetest smile in the world, that she'll " rail again in tho morning;" ami so ihe ful is of her dress (1 tiers through the l"or; and then you cral out of the bed the best way yon con clinch a looking glass In see wirt the pmu ahili'te nre thai you have made a favorable j mores siont inwardly reolviug (as you replace ynuref be tween tne DiuiiKetsi not in gel quite well as long as she will come lo see you. Well, Hie np shot of it is, you have a delightful lingering attack of henrt complaint. F"r iirsiii,F, I prefer prescriptions in a mateuline hand I shan't Hihrrd' my pulse tu anything that Heart a bonnet t Fanny Fern- tumorous. THE RIDICULOUS. The following nmusing incidents are reported in the New York papers to have been related by Park Brnjsmin, in his lecture on tbo Ridiculous, before the Brooklyn Insiiiutn t An anerdote is told nf a clergyman who. while io ihe pulpit praying, chancing to open his eyes, discovered two boys in the gallery, one with very red Hair, f it asleep, while the other, being awake, wa holding his hands to his companion's bead, as if warm ing ! hafid Hnrh mn nlitulion tf hu ridir-oloo could not but force itself upon the mind of ihe minis ler, ami he was obliged to slop in bis prayers. It was Korheloucaiiit wliosu'd. " there is Bomethm? in the misfortunes nt our be-t frind lhat pleases us." havu teen a wile, who dearly l-ived her husband. scream wih laughter at hit bumping his head on the ndgn of ihe dour, f Laughter. 1 I have sneu dutiful children luugll themselves almost into hta at Iheir lather's missing his chair ami sitting on Ihe floor as I did just now. L Ltnghier-J iun tufting nisseatat the desk. Mr- B hud the mufortuuu in " let down" up n ihe fl or, owing to the upteitiug of Ihe stool I have seen people nt church una bio io restrain itieir mirth nt the sight ol a bit id court plaster which bail dinned from the forehead down to the extreme end ol the pastor's nose. Laughter. 1 runnier initially jime, more supremely ridiculous than any misfortune, wus the incident relmlve to the gentleman ol color, ' who leit New York on a west ern tour, and, finding himself in Uuffdo without any Hung to employ his lime, thought ho would Si nd a telegraphic dispatch back home.iuquiring ol his partner is to Iheir business, lie aent Hits message: " How Is things?" To this interrogatory his partner immedi ately replied: Things is fine." Liugbter Heating on this, he was in no very good temper when he r turned home and lonnd his partner bad sold out all his goods, pocketed iho money, shut up storo, and run oft' with his wife! We never see ntirsrdve ns others tee us. "Three chimney-sweeps, sayi Hazlett, 'happening to meet at Lincoln s inn r iokis, luugneu at eacn oilier mi uiey enmo near Hymn. In cities ihn sensu ul iho ridicu lous is worn off by constant attrition. Let a big f man slip upon the ice, and you may be sure that those by slanders who laugh at turn are strangers, because the citizen has become accustomed to sueh sights. When the awlim had "tin freed on uf the city,' they used to ne tuo occasion oi quite as mocn iun ns uit gust. They were always performing Ihe most unex pee ted and the most obstinate feats and exploits on llrotdway. . pordy lemato was sailing slowly along tt mad way, in ud the conscious dignity of city life dressid etil in her silks and satins, h-r nbhaudi and laces, her while hid gloves, &c, and looking liken representative nf Constantinople (judging from her Sublime Porte), when all uf a suddeu she lonnd herself sitting upon the hack of a fine large porker, who came hurrying round ihe coreer of a street; and so firmly whs she seated there that she wns treated tn n gratuitous ride of a wholo block before being thrown from her perilous pod I ion. Laughter. 1 Whether in jured or not by her fall, could she be pi led hy the iiysiniifiersi rso ; inn senso oi inn rmicuious over ruled nil feelings of pity or compassion. C re mi " ,ft,tl 10 have laughed to death at teeing donkey eat thistles. 1'itiablo sights, also, not nnlrctineniiy suggest th ridiculous. Thus it is the depth of sadness to behold a fellow being drunk and rolhug in Ihn goiter, (tut how ridiculous when, nu going up in htm and asking him how he got there, he replies: " 1 made an appoint ment tn meet n man here!" Laughter. 1 A friend of mine p issing a house w here them was a fuiiornl, Mrpped up to nu Irishman and asked him if he could inform him who was dad. Tho Irishman repl ed t " I cannot exactly say, sir, but I presume it is tne gentleman tin lie coitin: Thus how nliBiird appear, through llio medium of thi ridicul'ius, nil the numberless littleness uf life. Oiten tntion Itself is ridiculous. It wears gold rings, and satins, and brocades, and laces, nud diamond breast pin (which nre sutpecicd to bo paste); it has a b at tin Opera, to which it goes every night (ihougli bored by iho music); it rati ies a rare bouquet rather log. which li presents lo a lady in the next box. ll has a lorgnoite, which it levels on ibe already di.cov ered slurs, or searches the house lor oilier luminaries. It always goe to church Sundays, rain or thine, nnd reads prayer aloud, and throws n half eagle into the plate with a loud ring. Dip, while ostentation tints livet wrapt in the mantle of its own selfishness, it always absorb. People laugh at it. Much ot ihn ridiculous may be seen in vnnous niii ilepariuienis of file. Look at some nf the critics of our dav. Look at tome of tho criticisms In the re views, wnoro Hie writer ncstret tu nispay rut own talents miller than give an idea of the work nwm which hn ii writing making tho author a mero honk from which to suspend bis own corruscstinns. That criticism is very absurh in which ino critic pi ages ins author by his own standard of thought or style. The lec'ilrcr also spoke ol a man wnn wuom nn was acquainted, who thought be was n pet because his rhymes were published In the weekly papers occasion-al'y. And he also thought himself a very fatkiona'de mnu, bernusn ho went in the opera, dressed in Hie height ol lathlon, and visited tltrainga once a year. Nevertheless, this very man wnt the laughing stock of who knew him. The lecturer had also heard nl a young lady who regtrded hi rself as one of the remit. to be (lird-f r kind one who considered herself us the link nf net feet ion. nnd the leader of Inshmil, who was ii reality so extremely iniailrnciive as to behkrd hy her mcnttx. l a nil such miiaKen murium w wouiu re- commotld tbn hues of Burns! 11 1) wil torn power thf sun ri inera elves ns tpierss-'e tht mi 'TmtsiI lre m-y n blunder Irea them. And luidl.h ni.li 'n." An old English tons containn the followina, We have seen the id -a, but tiowlure has it beeu mure beautifully expressed: (Us rrverfnif Inches In emnelyn curies did wave, And un his sst-d fmplet craw Ths blottoncs of the arsis. FUN. TheLouisville correspondent of the New York Spirit of the Times, hat a keen eye for ihe ludicrous. We copy the to lowing paragraphs, as fair specimens I wih I could tell you this 'uecdoto at It was told secimo nanti to me. " It ' rather a rough part of the country I live in, he began, "and we do things in a rough way, and when I cum up to town, the other day, I seed a good many things that seemed sort astrange, but of I did n't ee the d dest funniest ttiin r to-day, yet. Yer see, I was along by one of your big taverns when a f dler cum o il wiih a shot gun and aiVerdog Hehnd a striped coat on, with about 150 pockets, and a velvet enp, and a pair or breeches that the fust briar patch would make a mult of in no time. A white powder-flask hung upiide down over one shoulder, and a pouch made out'en a scran of rmrlridpe net nvnr tlm .olipr and sich buttons t I was thinking what a sight he'd boa humid' wiih his double barrel rquirt down in our country, when all of a sudden he calls up a nigger, gives him a quarter, nigcotehed the inT.nd d A ef he and that pinter dog didn't go out u httuten iu a hack, while the nigger druv the two hosses ! ' In a county election, which came off all around here last spring, Dr. - wns an nrdent opponent of J .one of the candidates. The two nass wore about an even match, and every vote, it was supposed, j wouiu te as valuable as every second tn a mile hent, i where both horses could spin around inside of 2 40. Tho election woa to come off on a particular Monday, and on the Sunday evening just before, a certain well-known J voter, came to the Doc's bouse suffering under the pangs of a diseased molar, Hehnd been trying two or three spiritual remedies, and being rath er brickiih about the hat, the Doctor told him to go tip stairs and lay down for an hour or so until he returned, wnen me operation shoald come nil. When he did re turn he found him sound asleep, and then a luminnoi idea crossed bis brain, which he determined to carry out. Securely tying np a blanket before the window, so as totally to exclude anything like daylight, nnd Bering a wen mien bottle ol uia rye, it, wiih a turn bier and supply of freshwater, were placed near ihe bed, and the Doctor retired to his virtuous cou'-h ; upon waking in the morning, hit first visit was to hi pa leni up stairs, whom he found cmnforinbly snoozing, while the liquid in the bottle, had, in some mysterious man ner, nenriy nil evnporati'U. well, old leiiow, how do you foil now?" said tho Doctor, rousing him up, rreity considerable! :l btd, wns the reply. " Well. VOtl'll hnttfn Hn Hnwn Ni'nin nnd nn In Bl..n if you can; nud I'll pull out that tooth iu the tncfnia, and then we'll go down and vote together." "All right," wns Hie reply. A bottle was re-filled, fresh water brought, the Doc tor went to the polls, worked all day, brought out hit man just ny a necR, nnn, covered with glory, returned home, just at dark, to find his patient still snoring, nnd mo iioiue empty, On the next monilncfTueidav the first man un nnd down stairs was the paiint. " Well, Tom." was ihe D 'Ctor't morning salniittion, " sit down, and let'shave thit little jib over." uown sal lorn, out came the lomu, and at the same time in came one of Tom's cronies. " How are you, bill." siys Tom. " Pvo col Ibis cassed tooih nut at Inst let's go d.iwn to ibe polls." " io io ihnnderr replied bill, "whnt'lt you go to tho polls for?" " Why, to vote for J " ," wns Tom s ituhgnnn answer: "what else do you think I d go there lor V " Why. yon cussed fool, the election was over yrtter day, and J i beat to h 11 and back. You've been drunk, havn't you ?' " No," replied Tom, slowly, an tbo sukumttances ' of the case began gradually lo come over hun. " No, I bnin't been drunk i but I uy, Doctor, havn't X been almighty sick ehV Uoa. admitted Tlmt tin had len sick, virv sick, nut lie never till thit day sent in a bill lor medical eorvt - ces rendered, as I have heard. FOX BT0RY. Mrs. Child's says, one of ihe most amusing stories sbo ever hoard of animals, was told her by a sober Q laker from New Jersey, who said it was related to hnn by the eye-witness, h'tntelt a member ot the same serious unnmhelliihing sect; tie was one day tu mo nein, near n uream wnnre several geese were iwlmming. Presently he observed A.l. i... ,u ,.,- ...i.i. . i,u ..ru nnn disappear under the wa'er. with a sudden j-rk While he looked for her tn rise ngiiii. be saw a fex emerge from ihe water, and irnt off lo the woods with the unfortunate goose in his month. He chanced otn a direction where ll was easy lor ihe mail lo watch his movements. H mrrind Ids burden to a recess ntnler nn nverhmff inffrorb. Here he scratched away a mass of dry leaves, scooped a hole, hid his treasure within, and covered it upvery carefully. Then w, hw "'nl f the - - ngnu. oii.nni.iioui. ....... ...... ... - , and lloated noiselessly along, wnn merely tne tip oi ins note visible above the so r Leo. Uut this litne he wuh nol so tortunato in his manojovers, inn geese, nv some accident, took Ihe alarm, end Hi w away with loud cack- Wft. The fox. finding himself defeated, walked off in a lireciion opposite to the placn where his victim wns 1 TI.. m ,n umnt rn I Urn nU.'a n nr i,vril lliH """on. " r ' l - , hole, put ihe goose in bis basket, replaced the leaves rarefully, and Blood patiently at a dlatanoo to watcli lirmer proceeoings. The slv thief was soon teen relnridng wtih nnoiber fox he had Invited todtnowith HI in. Ihey trolled along right merrily, swinging their tails, snuHiug the air, and smacking iheir lips in andcipatiou nf a rich repnst. When they arrived under the rock, Reynard eugrrly scratched away the leaves; but lo, hit dinner hnddis appeared I tie looked at ins companion, ami inanity saw by bis countenance, thai he more than misdoubted whether anv ffonse was ever there ns pretended. His companion evidently considered his Irieod's hospitality a sham, and nimseii instilled. Nit contemptuous ex- pression was more than the m or tilled tox c uid bear. Though conscious of generous inientions, he fell lhal all assurances to that effect would be regarded as lies. Appearances were certainly very much against him ; for hta tail slunk between his legs and ho held his head down, looking sideways, with a sneaking glance, nt in disappointed companion, indignant at witnt no sup- oosed io tie an auetupi to get up a cnnrsicior mr gener osity, or false pretences, ihn offended guest seized his unfortunate host anil cutted him most unmercnuiiy. Poor Revnsrd bore the infliction wiih iho utmost pa tience, and sneaked off, as il cotiscinua that he bad re ceived nomnretbau mightnatnrally be expected under the circumstances. Rinco the discovery of ihn Australian gold diggins, ntssion for hdnt stock companies has sprung up in L mdon that threatens to revolutionize ine worm, Among ihose just organizing, is one nr a iiinnei trom Liverpool to China, with a branch running off to Mt 'iEtna lor the supply nf Ventilation and warmth. Another proposes to throw a inspension bridge from Cape Horn to the Hanowicil isiatui. wnn a lateral n,ii,ntrtmn with tlm moon. UaoitHl f-JIU 11)11 UU 1. In shires of 10 each. "Subscriber! who pay when they put their names uoyvn, win not ue cancti on again Bo says iho prospectus, and we beliovn it. Ihn company riiartered Mr giving pigs an extra kiuk in iheir lails, hy mixing pulverized cork-scrnwa wiih ilmie faed. is in most fl nirlshing condition. The !rjisiirr informs the thare-buldert that a dividend ninHtv ner rent, will be declared lie- moment the necossarv funds come to hand. As this is rather enui vocal, wo shall waich the op-rations of ihe " Porcine Dave onment ABsnciniton" wPh some Interest. . Novit MtRitttaR A mirriage wai performed by the Rev Joseph 11. Clinch, Hector ot St. Marys Church, n Boston on Sunday last, id an unusual character It was the marriage of an American lady ton Chinese gntitlomnn. the lirst union of such n reles'ial kind winch has ever taken pi ace in urn country, inn brute- groom wns Mr. A. Shove, well known to our cily ren tiers as having been for a Ions time connected with lb' 'China Tea Store.' Tho happy bride who has lured the Chinaman (mm the little. Indie nf IV km or Oatitop, is Miss Louisa M- Hents.of Hjtiih Boston, nf German descent, but American born Old baoholnrs nnd happily married men take very diflerent viows of ihnmurried slate, r or example Hie old bachelor thus decrihet the cotidiiitui as ho undei' stands it : "Nn'sy clsck snd constant hrawllrif, lbriirtl snil ilnniettio M'r Empty euitiorJ. ch ltren hrssrllrif, Hcnldor wanrn uisitn a wllii." The man really blessed with a " bf imr half " that describes the condition l " Lovf ly 1 elit snil fiontlsnt court In j-, Sweeifiiltif nil 'h toil (,t IH; Chit-rlol lehlrt-n hsrtnlet portlnf. Lovely wmnsn niln wile," An "excited" young gentleman, to show hit agility, ii mined from tlm sinfiiM irniu imbur m the rnle ol lor lymiiesnn hour, on me ritcntuirgh rond, a n iy ortwo ago, and mo last seen ot lion lie was doing "inp vans at seventeen hundred revolutions a itiioiiin, whilo ihe air was chock lull of dickey strings, g liter hums, hair and lorn linen. . Joiwa Mu Punch says that iho hoirs of It diiusnn Crutoeinsiitu ted a suit for the recovery of Juan Fernandez, nn thi K round lhattlioir ancestor was "monarch of all he sur veved." Wo do not understand bow Cm ton heirs could litigation about his posesioris, when his " right there was none to dispute. li7 titpttirr. 'Tls swrettrt si ihe tosd ihn (reg, I ne IUV sun 'n- pioiwi'K But weeti'r lr It la In tno To Uy my hmd on Ha ly' snro. The horse " warranted ("stand wiiboul tyin?," which mnts. mid nr. wn's waste from solution during rains, or n mm nougni n nucunn ine muer nay, is uttered ni When does tbn Holise ol Common nrntent m hidtcronBpectaclef When its ayei (eyes) are on siue, ana ns noes nosoj on ine otner. funning & D omcsltfOrfonomii TIE UNITED STATE 8 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The following, from the Hard New Yorker, of 2vJd ul-, eipres es very nearly our senlimont; and we be-liivethut if Hip real friends of Ag'ieuliure were ffenw- rsjly informed in relation to the influence and diaries atWahiiijtnn. such sentiments would be universal. Lt CM io Vultnator The United States Agricultural Society was organized Ian year, oinl embrace some excellent features. Could ills general plan be perfected and carried out, the re-ait would undoubtedly prove largely beneficial tn as li'tilturists nnd the agricultural interest. But the pdilical wrangling in the Convention c tiled fur ihn organization of Ihn Soctoty, was unfortunate nnd disrep-utihlo, and imparted to ihe public an unfavorable impaction. Though attended by many sincere and ar- unit friends of rural improvement, the Convention was enwd with the pretence and interference f political place hotlers and seekers, and mm of chameleon tike principles wheveeer pawn- or popularity are in the tcalet. rroni Urn first wu have feared that ihu attempt to sustain the organization, wilh its head-quarters ut Wash- ing'm, wouiu prove mine; lur tlm very atnmaptiere ol ojr Nation's Capital. is npparcnily tainled with sel-tiohiess nnd corruption. Ai we have sum, however, the p'nn of the Society mlirnces some excellent features, which m.v bo r- fee'ed. Wore i's head-quartern nt Cincinnati away froDi political ii tlumice and olliciid nml feasance, and uecr Ihe centre of Hie great agricultural interest of Ihe country wo should have much greater Impel of it success; nnd ns it is, we ate not prepared in say ihe Sociefy will nut prove bonefiiiul, or eminently ttrcfBtiiil. Much will depend upon the capability, integrity and efficiency of tlmao oil whom may bo conferred ill future management. No thrwislB or visionntiea will answer no rhanglings or place seekers arn lit for iti responsible duties, id principal olhcers those who iraiiHact its local business, correspondence, &c t bould be as pure as Cicsar's wile; nud not only above sus. ptcion of improper action and motives, but men uf In-dustry, etdarg' d views and extensive practical as Well as scientific information. The Joiini.it ol the Society ought to bo the nbh-st and best in tho laud each number forming a reliable text book uu Ihe subject! discussed. Tn ini'iil number, wo regret to y, is not such an one ns might have been proiluo d, or as the public expected. Though valu tide it i not calculated to rank high at borne or abroad, as nu exponent nnd indicator of ibe progress rd American agriculture. Hat our object in tho nutsei was ruth r tn direct attention to the Socieiy. than tocritieisn its pant, or idler any suggestion rola'ive to its future management. We nre in favor of any and every indicium measure io promote rural progress mid 1 unroveineiit nr rnl culnted to elevate iho standing of American agriculturist hut we are h"nrfilv disL'tisfed wilh tli neti..n of demigogiies on this Mi'd. ct. 'And it is timo fur tlm "ir-it population those who feed the nation and fur- ""h die lubricating oil to the wliHt. of Government to l"k to their interests individually and colleciive ) i accnnipmn someuiiog jn iti. irnwn behad, nnd d necessary upon their nwu afnicri nnd responsibility. " n-xt to us-esn to expect much aid fnun G 'vern- ment or at least ilirmigh Hie Patent Ollico. Tune woen some Ofin-iu lesnireil to tlm country hom I'ho Agricultural Department of th" Patent OlhYn. turner ihe administration nt Hie nffiirs ul thai office 'v Mr. tu imvorHi, an excellent beginiiing was inudo 1,1 the rijht direction ; hut instead uf advancing wiih the couniry, or perfecting any important measures to benefit Hie agricultural community, Mr. E 's meres vors. an I their under r (fivers seem in have been reiro- g'sding and recent development, exhibit a (amenta- ''I5 hick nt judgment and fidelity tu the country, on tho "f tbos who have ben ca'b d tu Washington to i"cno io ino agricultural ineres's ul I bo nation. 1 Persnrial aniuiesiiies, und mi o'orweeniog desire to retain place and spoil, seem to have taken nreced erica ho proper elliirts to augment the knowledge and pros perity of the ogrh-ulturul comiiiiiniiv. We trust the recent raising of ihe curtain wid prove benefii ial, by ii'ecting me atlenllon ut intelligent, thinking, unselfish men to i'ie importance nf establishing u distinct ririil'iirnl Bureau, and of sustaining, also, some siicb organization ns lh Untied Stub s Agricultural Society. The " Agricultural Farce" which has been placing at ,u n , , rn; - e .i . t ZrtLr r r . P '? """V7 " M,,r"tf represntilalion on governmental boards, nod should hn discontinued alloHethnr or at least, not rn- peated during the present century. HOGS PACKED IN THE WEST. The returns from the fir West, viz: Mitsonri, flit- n,lt". nnd Inwu have not yet been renortod lo nnv cnn. sidernble extent ; our information n bracing only ten points in Illinois, three in Iowa, nn I ihree in Missouri, u'rm nhnut tweniy nddilionnt puiiPt we havepm-iial re- . ,.,lt ,,,,. heing entirely reli "ne, wb ii . r nt mchuln iu ihe Mimmn v given be..w. From ludimin we hare returns bum fifteen mlditionai p mos, umo nx. and K-ntoelty two. Of Ihe b ismess at Uhicngo, Illinois, aLd Milwuukie, Wisconsin ao . , ?eieeuenrrect;y advised. From Cleveland Ohio; Lafaveite. Evanvil . v, n..... n ' lonlsville, Richmond, Delphi, Lacrti and K..rt Vvi... ItlHliilm u-i. I.th... -..I; i . . r J I n , it-MiUMU luiorili Hlon. lieluw wo give iho ngeregute of nil Hie returns re- celved up to lint da'o, not deeming it Impartmnt tn .o-o nny niruier twwu mini wn are able lo present I tho lull tintement. Cia. 'rjc Curr,t ouvo. 18M-' I Previously reported MS (113 Id :Jo0 Additional returns 27, '.VIZ I i djo.juo &U4 002 INDIANA 10.11 -'.12. 18.r2-'.Vi. 23 073 8 1, Slit Previously rr -ported .. SH7.I24 ci.yii3 Addiiionairciurus ., 3i9,087 ILLINOIS. 1831-52 ... 4 0u0 ... 78 ft"5 1853-53. in 000 00.707 100,707 1812-'53 317.000 21 300 Previously reported Additional . 8?. ,805 KENTUCKY. 1851-52 ..198.5110 .. 7.101) IPrevieiisly reported . Addiiiunal 200,000 3.18,3110 IOWA. 1851 -fit 1832-'53 SiS.500 1852-'53 07,000 18.VV53 17,110 15 00 32,000 1R.12-51 5H f)ti2 404 8)3 100.707 3;h .too 22 Alio 67 0(10 32,000 1 Afi :m 1,230 80 tteports to date 15,000 MISSOURI. 1851-52 52,080 TENNESSER. 18M-V) Repnrli to date., Previously reported, 7 000 3.0(10 i unnmui.. I 10,1101) RKCAFITUt ATIOM. 18-iI-'.V2 fi:lli iiS 32U 087 8.V805 2i5 Hid) i: no ft'-' nfto , 10(101) 1,3,1.840 of I Ohio Indiana - Illinois .. Kentucky i"w' Mi'snllli .. Tennisteo increase . ....30V,4.2 SALT YOUR STOCK. 3 very person is aware of the beneficial effects of salt upon ihn human system. Halt wa held by the anoieutt in the highest estimation, nnd in r persons have exnrri enced how liiiwhnlesomn ment and vege'ablea are ' wpar.- r co-.k.-.i wi.ihh, or w. u m.iy an in ulfieieut supply, florses, entile and sheep, and in lnrl, all dinned ic unim il should bo regularly supplied wiih it at all senont. 1 he liberal use d tins mineral improve iheir coiidiioii, mid promotes llieir yemd henbh, ai d when ihey aeipiirn a bubit uf partaking of it (re iu silly, Hiero is no dan yer In be apprehend d from Heir inking bvi nnicb. Sail pn'in"ti t digesinui', ami leMrovs or disltnlgt-s win in, winch nl certain seasons H-'intfiines elli ct a bulge in thentntiiHch mid aliimtitury canal. We have most of us, probably, bul occiston to wii- net the avidity Willi w In- It wdil umtoniesticaied aid ,1- eek Hio riiN ks nt d i stuaries wbli-h indent Ihn hi. re of iho ocean 'he milt In ks, nud what Ions lour- dangers nml d ftiailnot lin y will encounter to ren, ro.. . .n.- n-mm ( i-oro inmei mm is not lo be nUribnted lo caio lee t d.-lv , nsome liavn sup- poed. ll'irst s, sheep, heal c.itllo B'ol twin, nto all 1'iady eager tor Him siibinnce. ami c imint be inaui laiued in a betdthy and (liming condiiion without ft. I he hainrr, il has been temurit d. when constantly and liberally sipt ed wiih salt, nro tehloni if ever victimized by iho but is, or nti-'cled with lhat scarcely less fnntiteioiiio iiisente ibe clioltc. In Ihe tailing of ilieep, especially during the vi-rnnl months, when the have reeu. suci-iib-ut, nnd ciMisenuenilv highly ferninniuble hum re- of the food towhieh they nm re-tricied. renders n hill proviion oi sail indispensably necessary, I have I found it ndvisabio m nave a shed provided, nnd fitted with ii r ititie of boxes in which salt can be t-iiiisinntly lr.mii. mid lo wliit h Urn animals ran at all timet have In e Bccess. i ut prncnen in peneriinie ro nny Hial IIHt fallen umler our observn'iou tlius fur, either in theory or practice, ns U enables tlie sheep master to present Hi, mmrrM in o uetleci I y clean condition tn the mil. inr hiavy dews a nacnrm nnniT, Sha ll spenn HSU in r imw i"nin in uio ((--, nun mmt turn nnd twist, and hnuh, and fix (ill she gnta com- one pletely vexed at her own ugliness, and she'll go right ott ana spana ine uaoy.
|Title||Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1849 : Weekly). (Columbus, OH), 1853-02-22|
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|Title||Ohio State journal (Columbus, Ohio : 1849 : Weekly). (Columbus, OH), 1853-02-22 page 1|
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