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Long Island farmer. (Jamaica, Queens County, N.Y.) 1862-1870, June 24, 1862, Image 1

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RSVe JAXtlfl M. Him T T lNQ’S M m m M a ii ^ r f r i m i m l r i r r P A W R . V S C H O O L F O R B O Y S JAMAIGA, r . 1 ' w 2 S S ^ f c e e « < '1 . . A y wyyiB I* eeWAl>*:< r w t b * a u * ana eery.ietW b A . H*.«hW*hSH\' MMarawedaayeebaeia^ ‘ttm ii hfcir* (M iN H tl Uira2 A a * Ausih.. n m i i m i M i i f n n c w w i p w c # w MWS #T M tt M W —* t ialb«thr. , ! & i y s , t e £ i * ptr*ryl*W,«nle**«dMBw*nt tlmaahatt bepraaerlbeit tb*reln,*hal| proVJaiQB* f t thia tM* coaneeeawad.take ettot, tirooghoutlhe hUto, on and not Befbre tht |u* laoh boindL Suohl twMHethAy«lterthedakbritoiWBta*i^>**bwt(li>4tqf UwSoc* ' \ ' rwaty Offltoto, See. 1ft UU*4,cb*p, T,yu;t jl, fttTlaodBtototot.l ' , i t a i i w : 4 & - r . ' As Am is fst Mts twliMlinti^ lieBMraA egafnat Posed Apriltttt 18S3—tbresjftlifbalDg preeept. Th* jPtapU t f lhis JStat* n f % F # , reprttintd: in S t m t * e n d A y r n U h , tto tm c t o t j u U o m : Whenersr e debt fmounti'ne ftj fifty, do . •r bpwerd*^ wto s*«i geing or ooeen bound teaeei, ut •»*»*«**tofitU»n!4611at*:*r upward^.** to axjy'othM “ he eQptntctod bf tbem**ter,uwn«i.ob*rt«r- _ ; ebo*fgn'u«,,ot *toi ablpor Ye**#1,6r ft* agenf effteat wuWftiialMttfor either «f ft* foliosf. •ooQunt of, ttork den* ut .m^enal* ot.otbef *r- iebed f t blue tftb*' for of f t t a f t i f t * building, ftttiortfuniebiiig Of equipping each ehip or tie- /.: ■:• '. >■(' ■'■ ■ ■ ,• ■■ . For etwh ptotieione'snd (torei (urnlehed within thia BftM;|uiwMr-Pot «ud propht fof ft* ut* o f euch teasel, at the iftif et'n'eO th* tteeo Wet* furniahed. htt eoeouut of fta whaffage *nd expeoaea of beeping euoh tetMftl in port, including the expenie incurred in era- pTojiUg p*racn*to wat«h her. » *: 4ft. On aeoonUMf loading of «nloading, or for adrancea or tmm I, o t ^r^i^naufanoO ihereof. (ft. Or wheneter a debt amounting to twenty-fiee dol lar# or upwkrd* ahalt be oo*traot«d «• aforeeajd, within tht i etaftonaooount oftho towing or piloting suoh teefol. or op account of the mi(nranca or prcnnomoofineurance of or on ehoh wetool or iter freight. Such debt elmll bo a lien npeo enoh teasel, her tackle, apparel and, fureitHto, ahall be preferred to sU other lien* thereon, except mari­ ner*’ wegea. , . § *; Such debt eh*U eeue to b f a Hen a t tho expiraUon of iia noatha after ths eaid debt w.ae contracted, unlcw at th* tfm* wben said six month* ahall . expire, euch chip or teaeei enaU jbe, absent from the port at which ipohdebt wae'ebntfacted/in which case the taid lien shall continue, uobl the expiration often dayaafter such ehipor teesel (bail next return to sitid: port; and, in ail oases, euch debt eball cease to be a lien upon such snip of r e m l, whenerer such Ship or yessel ahall lCaTS tho port.at whicb iilch debt w*a contracted, unices tha person having each lien, ahall> within twelve aaya after aucb departure, canse tobe drown and Sled specifications o f sucn lieu, which may consist either of a bill of pertieuianof the demand o r a copy M apy written contract under whieb the work maybe done, with s statement of the pmount c.nimed to be doe froin siich vesicT. the eorrectnew of which eball be sworn to by atich persdn, his lcgal repreisntatleei agefit or osiigni, § S..Saoh tpeoificatiqn ehsU CI‘J *’— ' clerk of the couuty ip contracted,except t h a t - - - - ------ ------------ cohtracted in eitbCr o f tba cosntiCe efKew York, King* or Queen* anoh. s|>*eiScetton ahall be filed <n i the office of the clerk o f the otty and codnty of Ifew York. §4. Any pcrson hayrng a lien upon atiyahlp or rceect for any debt contracted for any ol the putpoaea herelub*. fore epecified, may make application to any officer aathf! yiied fty l*w to perfprm tbe duti« df » justioe of tl e en preqtei. oourt at iftambera ft, the county withm which euA rhip or veaial sbali ften be, far * warrant to onforcwhb* eeidlien,*ndt6*oU«otthe amouotthereof, .. § &. Such application ihaH ba in writing, *nd shall exhib­ it andepecify: . * ' let. -By whom end wh*» rucb debt we* oO*(r*oted, and for what ship or vee*iil;. ?d, Th* item* < Omposing auch debti Sd. The ampunt ciaimed, and that the ram* rajnally due to thO peracin in t f hbae behalf the Applio*uvi> i» maOc, over and abof* i l l payment and just deduction*; 4th, Any aeaignment or transfer or auch debt, if-any such ha* taken place eiueo the eame was contracted; 5th. Whcn ond where lha epeeifioatioo of each debt was filed, Sqch application ahall be verified by tbe affidavit of the creditor, or of the person making the application, or of bis or their agent in that bohait § S. The officer f t whom yich application sbali be made Shall thereupon issQa a warreut to tbe sheriff specifying the amount of the elaim, ahd tbe names of the peraona meking each claim, and-comioandipg him fo attach, eeixe and safelykeep eaid ehipor vcse*], h*r tockie, apparel and furniture, f t eatisfy euch olsim, H «at*blUh*d, to bo * lien upon «ueh.ves»1, according ft law, and ft.tnake return «f hi* proceeding* under such warrant to tha officer who ie- ened the tame, within 'ten days after eUch seixure. Such ihcrHfahail also, Inhil return, eftte whether b * haeieixed ■irtu* af any other warrantor, war- uoie behalf, and for what (time snch _____ , ____ _ beeni iieued, rmpectively, and the tim* ofhie reeepticS'fhereof, .. . g 1 . Such Warrant ahall nat be^issued unlee* ft* person iplying thereof shelf deliver 'ft the officer to whom the application ia made to be filed by hiat an undertaking to tbe effbet that if the aaid application dofipt within the time hereafter Specified in ssition stevSntb of thia aet proeeeute any bond, which may he given upon the discharge of euch warrant, Or if th* eaid applicant in any action brought Upon fifob bond be finally adjudged not to have been en- fitted to euch warvsat, tha parties giving such undertaking Will P*y pH eoaUth»tm*ybe*w*-'<tad ngainst sueh appli. mnt, not exceeding the Sum spectra to the undertaking .wbieh ahuH b* atleaat en* hundred dollar*, and any dum>, ga* ftetm ay baaueudoed by ftanon f t fte eeisire of enoh m A l l M E N . ” ! .ii te i ,,,, w,; . ; ------------- — P U B L I S H E R A N D P R O P R I E T O R . , . J O E 2 4 , 1 8 6 2 . N E W S E R I E S , T O L . S X X . - - N O . 1 5 . executed b y end *Vle***< b e f t e r w i ‘ e applioent* ......... .... ..„ -Urety, whaAbtoi.be n reddwit and bea**‘ tuieetota. Such liadertakiag shall be ap< Bnvefiby fte*^d,officto. . , . , ', ft tt/A a y sheriff tsu r tw n ftebw a m u tsbtol have, beep dbtoU l awd d t o m S w f t f l fiarihwltttexftuft . t l a eem*. <N«M 1 ItoW tftttodYemel, b a r ^ k f t ^ p a w l audyur- totnra f t im uftfteed of aa bereft directed. H M i- n f a w - ftlllK K l i t M g ( 0 m L ‘ iltK*. 9Niii ki\ iM rA e ra t f ■JmM. HUgyjal If w , 'Wp 'W p l B ' B I B n Se l l r .; la tha eounty m which euch veeoto teey ftim be, or, if Bouauepepar b* f t published ip “ ...... *“ **-* 'vesroet eounty in wsnsb a.U*te> i eetaieg forth thatsueh warrant ...... ... apffto elaitrn sgratofiai tbarefa, i s w d s p e s s s a w --------- ’ * 1 ■* ■ •a u m / n m - . >v B A v r a m r - A « i i a a » * W 1 W1 m mmmti.i B a r o l a y S t a w o ^ ^ ' * | i n u y f U M f * ’ - ....... •' .trteatotovesftiBft ■u)pfteaa,of bwjaeeetoT iho proposed ........................ ....a ahead ft Iho ertolftft > t ia f itiH ir« M ib O » ( .m f t^ a tieN td b a b lo ttia t f k g fta f t e e i f t i e f n y eaMlaUeiehivaad tuba duaftfhepar. tt *B*ft^sBwEtW<..Yarr«Bt wee^itomft v M i n m ih^* pfiltt.'dMftbwaefi eftfigee*, .*gaotorwimma»d*rof|tay .A.kil«fihfft'bBftft«iiftYftM ^ *»b*r»' ‘ ‘ * epply ft ftnoa ft by *ftoraey ft the ’of-. \ J\ ‘ “ ■* * ...... >y such b o n d . Bueh having^utitoicttouth**.. a f f t r a u c b del i v ery, b u t a . M S, Jr any action brougiit n* be daatba J>t*IotItr, which. wa*i oaf St % tlma.of exhiblUnr tt 11 ftreauerixt that thoptale i**a#er of-the scUonaoUlh »W*d,tHd Iiibavo ,-i-wutionth tbat no subelsUny lien existed hr] blbtusf ble oi*im, men jn! tiff {or. Ib* costs end kUoweceea a tfttimenLsnberein provided,U4< end peid oarekaaiu* siich V«* VM*. Thccoite orttie e t t u h . ^ , atento { for fllinr speoiacetldo a t i lien and. proccrlng * l/arrant-the Ofty dollara, ten (toilers; w h ft t lar* and Is under two hnndrecC* theamoitntor.thellen,*xe#ft tt dpr one thousand dollars, thirty'li. lion exceeds one thousand dellara, (1 charge pf any warrant upW A entitled In proceeding nfider tl ses rSbr,serving a anrraift'* defier; for tho exponsea of lc« ry sums paid by hint tberciar, ii dollars and'Bfiy'cetiis'fer s a w i him In enstpdy. Saoh aherltf * or greater sums than (hoee f t * . . hy him in any proceeding U ftftfilfj pepses of custody upon more th*».| eosta, dlsbnreements and (to* p‘ ' by tlio offlcer who isstied the * § 15. If tho creditor who a i. have been sails’lloif) and if kttOkt within thirty days after thoftrft j| the ninth section of this act, »~ notice,' the blltocr whs teedOd >i sheriff holding t f t veesoI-undSr. B proceed and scll tho Vessel f t *‘ Cnrnliure, andsuchordor shft'S bio raised to Battefy all qhaatp. against such vessel. Upon h f t f t I quirod by tho ninth sccttoA ofAUsf for sale opon tho owner* o f Ihaws tors who have Glod BtKciacatidOe C Ions of thia aol, suoh Ordar f t V'\ bo lsaned.at.eny timo after thd # . §18. Within ten days alter'ftsX nnloss snch order lie sooner r f t solzod by him, hor tackie, aplbrel in the same manne r, and m tofp in cast of tho salo of personnjip'f' § 17. Th* shorilT shall 'ret*r» I _ proceedings under the SaSk*, ducting his fee* and expense* L S I ing enoh vessels when duly tahtd,! lii* hands, to b* distrlbatft ftftftl. § IS. At the time of IsxnlBg ssy.s Ing tho same shall ordir ahotie* |*)l in which the notico of: seiaura is rs a week for threo weeks, requiring * Such vessel by virtu* ofthe p»*t‘ owner, agont or csnsignoe andaB* sol to appear before him at a day’f t j thirty and not more than forty i ' notice, to attend a distribution. *|f i such vessel, her tackle, apparel itt. discretion direct such dietribull*n t pointed 'by him on notice. 8«ch proceeds o fsdyi UBiil.di*M)Vuted-*a fisreln ft*I fttu-snch distribution nny pen hen agslMt aneb veswl maye* th*.s»»*.ai*i)*»r h* Is hersin Vssssi'herself, and With like ' :*s* 4 * ,.th e '* *>if t s :*iai' 1 ftp* «pu* to f t WNfther . . ton* *f thi* act ihall with tb f t, ti m m * f t e r f t r f t t o ' f t f t W ***' 4«v*er/«rUM M ftdJft.w ftrftt meats and aiiownftces tipog such dl allowed m civil action* upon a triali lj SO. At any time beloro th* fli masior, owner, agent, codnignee whatever in- such proceed*; iqav been exlilbltcd against such vessel, 21, In caso of such Contest ,lh* claims shall hie with tho oillcor *'' ting tlio claims he do.dros to.conte gafldns of the petition exhibiting*! troveri, and likewise lotting, upa^jj Snch statement or answer sbalt bo same to the effect thnt the Mint* B beilof. A copy thereof shall Wil bo served upon the porsoh k f t f t attontey, otherwise it ab«l! b*i §22. If inch answer do aot It may be stricken out •& toft ., claim against said vttael f t dfti § 23. Tho bsno between si ' judge In like matmor as Otbft triod before a judge, and M X, who bsnod the warrant, f t' ft* to somo competent ratprftft'* ‘ ner In civil actions §24. Ether party tday from th* report o f » a f t;r actions, and on y*ft: law and of fuA,. Ahall anew trial itoqrh* favor. ofth*»Wft**l psrty.shAn f t f t t W f t to’ r In theopft.-ft4|(o**d*f*ft §25. 'When tb* Mioant f t hlbited, ana’wwch are i f t f t vessel at the timo of toxftMMt ___ mined, the said proceed* shall, f t . in section clghteOn af Uft a f t f t ' ' in op otherwise. Any ont of such proceeds prior f t on motion ot the pt»ru«*tol ... live priorities, notwllhstonXIftfj time It be mtds to appear tb*t claim* and their ro*| cient to pay all prior Coal nnrplu* of such proceeds i . . nnoontested claims. SucbcUii f t th* vessol or other partis* *uch surplus, wilh ctets. §28. The proceeds of *0y ftH< this act shall be subject to th* ~ tithe belnvesfed by »uch tjoftt, §27. ftheasvertny p»r*OA shall hav* flfed apecififttioft t may be assigned and tnuntsrrad ' kndwtedftd and filed, is th* Aftft' ofanch lien* wore filed ; *ach**». d*d to be transferred, ftdfttoftk thereof, and shall slat* to.wham! transfer and tho narii* w lift per* h e f t tr*bef*rr*d. s h s tite Wftd hy ofauch lien, snd after the ■Bigot'' pot otherwise, th* person to Ybcw* b» entitled to enlbrct tft.ftto*ft fbrred the ftmeftttid h*V* ttfttt. § 28, .WhChesft any sfttott “ *el shall h»v* W f t W w * warntothwhee* feseft-toW ftifttfttaaochshtoftvftw lj ...I P. a (U-» , w W f t f t f t w t t ftw e i f t f t d f t , f t aubsfttog..... nSoA ft B rtt-tftfttoM a f' f - -ttt . ftfiU M M 4 * h £ l f t t f t to h w d f t, hafinff the hen ftfbrt ft* fftftftft|«C M iW r t o l » i day* pettee ef th* tift* *od. . uponB toftrtW -ftttogftft • w w s s t s k i, B a r t a s * Mdd 1.. . . . , . Mft* f t f t s f t A 'f t m s A f t 1 ftW W i^tsftipSA ^ I ' L i s - - . — a-I to ■* ■»*W(ft. fiiiff .xe • totftpw**o*eotitl*»th*r r ,urdtt«W )tM *h » lib a v * .ftW ] •wvljl .ftwtt ™ ftftraS h ftftr Aft. I f t i f t ftftBfta* >fftUM rrpro6**d' ! M f i f t l 4Bfi«r >>>* rfitft*ndM«ured filed, {h AbVcourt ^fi^dtkifft.iaontiis ww r,\: ‘P . d tib* fhnhd ‘Vat any sum t UpftSU iplpor vcs- ...., f t .ftftiq, judgment kfttatm * w i t h 'c o s t s apd tftlifthm aetfthsreid pro- '“ *«*!> action it h« found alntlffttX th* titto of *X- I *t*inst*nchplaln. a f t d tft.cosw o f tho at- .. ..ftfttAf shCrilf’d fees due a'Arrftt- , ftaddition to-tho disburse, for exhibitluga ft* emouat of lien ta uudor r tht lleo exceeds fifty dot- ' fi tw*«ty dol|»r«R when * fifty dollar* aud.ls tm- rhep the amount of the J bV *tte>idldg to the dis- 1 The AUoVuf shall be bfthg foeAiadexpcn- ; xftifting {he snmO, *ue el Ul puitody , tlm necessa- ■ iftftrver th* siim’of two I AkatHtoV* boeb held by Hied toreoeive apy other r any ssrvlce rendered rahall be be allowed ex- i*t>t tbosame time, Ail t hyafDdavlt and adjusted kqfhtwa Jlis cuuiu shall not uAfthayeb&endiicbarged a « foe notico required f ' f t the publication of tucli {tatoall iftno.bis order f t the ^directing such slteriDC to f hsC tacicio, apparol and pt;dmaw<l iioccssury to Ik kava been; exhibited j'ftrTioe of tha notico re- f tftlco of *Uo opplication on a l t e t '' unpaid crodi- spiirsiiai. .C foe pruvis- AdttorCtion oC tho ofllcor ,,h,'«l*eU . r»uch order the sheriff shall t to sell the vessel so e, upon the same notico, i to the prortiiora of law ifttofotkm,. grantiug sueli order his .. A f t Auch, tale,, after do •King, watching and sell- . gained by such aheriff in diafisrdlrectcd. kjlftimle, the offlcer grant- iftdin th*wmcuowa[)aper Ifteby to te published once towho haye-any lions upon f«iA a o t, snd ths master, ■nterestedlnnuoU vcs- i specified, not less than ■it publication of ,such t srislng from the salo or! ;■ T&C officer may in his MftdKj aceforesto bo ap- htcat-cf fols aoIAhall, I af th* VAtneh Ant| * act to enforce a teucbprt>«*e4*, In IllUettftaliAi ft* rtbUtioa of s*cli pr'o< ^ t o f t f t b i i s t i f t f _______ wgto thsprovB' l «4fth*xpfts8* and allow- f t ta the enter of tite , ttteceats, dttbnrse- nirtthotataoastiittse . Sntlpn of such proceeds tlie jtperaon h*Ting any- interest f ftdaa Which shall hare bead* thereof, fchig'ebjcction to any auch . fiuqcnt or answer designa l’Jhtrersrting Such of tho alio ‘ l v»* h e . may bo able to con- Matter of ftfodco thereto.— | hy the party prcsefitlng the * f t t t of his knowledge or from tho filing thereof Ext Riieaded to contest or bis frifftw e d . . : r of defenco to such claim, jnrhQha*. axhiblted any JIA Shaft he tried heforo a {ftAautitoriaed.br law to he gt to , bo fixed by the officer rb* refer redby *ech officer ' ttft.iam e ln likCman- ;,ft except to and appeal , . f i *oebjadg« ax In civil laAhrafere* f t ennrt, both of li* nvers'ed pr hnsdlfici or f hitift'tijwl bs'renrierod in _4 a*U«»*,Aad ftaAacoessful I AM .tikmaaoM provided for ' v ■ ' . .-'i WMAbaiitll haV* been ex- ftoetttift tion* open snch' 111 hAr*-,Ossa finally deter* Ihy toocourts* provided I ftypefMdlnteroeted there ' ‘<4 by tht* aot to bo-paid i may be contested shall |ft,th*ftd*r. of, their respec- t Wlth oosta, and tt at any wA ef allpriorDneea tested f'dedocting an amount suffl- 4 eftft,ft«v* will remain a k-paymwtsor.enycuiteeqttent *Uo» to foe qwner or agent i ordered, to be paid ont of v . I f td f t t h * provbion* of l ooort, and may nt aoy . .. . . teo'th«r«»f. ■ ■ sw a ftst Anyshlp er ve**el M N by this act, sneh lien \anAftt m wlitiOg, duly ie. • foeorhtiWlspecKlcatloiis IstidWoribe ih*d«bt inten- ffteftlngvtft'apeciflcatloa \ 4 to irantflir ill. Such i to' WhoiAsuch lien has sft*.*tlgin*l *Otey ► aad transfer, but _ , A trtaifofrhd shall f f t I f t f t M * wh» trana S s f i a a i i ftrAhig-ft ft- te if th a a a p r tm e iftfttfir. ftech ....JA'ftftAejt’Of lh*- htftfthc* therato; it 'eKftfersedi «t (Wblch r« .A * tlo * to' lh# parson l l f t f t . . tipOopwseuP Wftt.vrttii At Mat five . * ftatek** heM Atffvtd ftlftp f i M j A f tf t f te b * W f t tf tw M c te l m . a - — i ■ - - ^4i t I p i'IH IO tM lllp; <IC!17#» pi n n m i ^ i * ‘ dlrsctthat the ' siM 'H S li' ith M M ifK M w U i w d ws PB^ ^^PPwvl ' MtedhytMicoart aliatt not b* toads ofwch ' ir . . i.aod th* IMgMfthiMd'fttiw •ftp } . ' -fifi 'if PPPr (P to - l PPI*' tho safety of said vessol pursuant to nay order for that p-irpi ' - order nf each ofllcor, and by process of attachment for Cm-n-j- ... thoreof pn theappltaatton of any person uftorested thereio, § Sit. Whenever any ship or vessel shall have been run down or afoul ot by any ofoor ship or vessel; through tho negligence or wdfhi misconduct of thoso navigating such other ship or vessel und shall t hi;, t- by havo sustained damage to the extent of liny dollars, the owner ef the ship or vessel SMUistSlqing damage shall havo a lien upon the ship or vessol cnusiug such dnmago in rammer aforesaid, her tnehle, apparel and furnituro, to foo extent of such damage. Tho master, owner, agont or consignee bf the ship or vessel sp receiving damage m iy en force tiio said lien tnlikn manner, and wMi foe same effect a, in enso oi other Ucn3 cronted by this net, hut such precredings Ii. i-t be c .1 monccd within ten days nftor the damage shall ho done, othorwiso such damage shall ceaso to bo a lion upon such Ship or vessol. §34. lltio eight, artlclo.one of chapter eight, of part third of tbo lie vised SUtutes, entitled of proceedings for tho (‘(,1100110!, of dorr. ,-i-l, against ships anil v«sse!s, nod all-acts atneudntory thereof, nnd uio'> an act entitled an act to extend tlie provisions of tho law re', (live to pro­ ceedings for tho collectiqn of demands against ships aiid vc.-ecis, pass, I eighteen hundred and thirtymno, chapter force huudrod[ai:ie'v''te • are hereby repealed. § 35. This aot shall not apply to dobtti contracted bee.,re tints r.ct sbs.'J fake effect. S tatu ox N ew Y ork , j Office of foo Secretary of Stato. J I bavo compared tho preceding with tho original law on file in foil cfili.e,and du-ccctify that the naino iaacuriuel ti.u.*,,ipt ihttehem and of tho whole of said original. HOBATIO BALLABD,. Secretary of State, T H E S O L D I E R ’S W I D O W . BY S. P, WtU.tS. Wo t for toy vine-clad homel Whnt it ehonld ever be so. dark to me, With its bright threshold, aiid its wbiejicriog wee, That I should ever come, FeariDg the lonely ecbo o fn tread. Beneath the roof-trfu of my glorious dead! Lend on! my orphan boy 1 Tliy home is not so desolate to thee, And the low shiver in the lindi-nttree May bring to thee a joy : But, oh! how dark is the bright borne before thee, To her who with a joyous spirit bore thee! Lead on! for thou a rt now My *ole remaining helper. God hath spoken, ' And the strong heart I leaned upon is broken: And I have seen bis brow, The. forehead of m y upright one, and just, - Trod by tbe hoof of battle to the dust. He will not meet tbee there Who blessed theo a t the eventide, my sor I And when tbe Cbadows of the night steal on, He Will not call to prayer. The lips tbat melted,, giving thee to Gud, Are ia the iey keeping of the sod 1 Aye, my own boy! thy sire Is With the sleepers of the valley east, And tbe proud glory of my life bath pass’d, With Iris high glance of fire. Wo 1 that the linden and the vino should bloom, And a just man be gathered to the tomb 1 , t J o e H a r r i s ’ P a u l l i c r F i g f c t. J& j Ijfarrie w a s fh e y o o p g o s t o f th r e e b r o t h e r s , §he *lJ*81, B ill a n d S a i n , b e in g tall, r a w - b o n e d , fair- h a ir e tl, Tair-CQtnploxioned m e n , peisy , i u s o len t and q u i c k ' o f q u a r r e l, a n d c o n s tn n tly e n g a g e d in fig h ts, tn w h ich , by tb e w a y , from th e i r g r e a t p e r s o n a l stre n g t h a n d a c t i v i t y , th e y g e n e r a lly pro v e d v icto r i­ ous. Jo e , on th e o t h e r b a u d , w a s a b o n t t b e m id d le size, w ith d a r k sk ip an d eyes, a n d h is b u l l e t b e a d co v e r e d w ith sh o r t m isp c u r l s o f th e je t ti c s t b la c k . Q u i e t a n d cool in h i s d e m e a n o r , h e seldom if ever g o t in t o a d if f icu lty , b u t w h e n ho ch a n c e d t o be d r a w n in t o o n e , g a v e am p le p r o o f tb a t h e w a a by no m e a n s beL ind an y o f hia fam ily in fiatie prow e s s a n d acco m p lish m e n ts. T h e y liv e d in C r a w f o rd county,. A r k a n s a s , s o m e th i r t y y e a r s ag o . U h a p ­ pened on o n e occasion a t a q u a r t e r ra c e — a t a little place fam iliarly kno w n in th o s e d a y s ns P i u H o o k , b u t is now th e th ick ly se t tl e d to w n o f Y a n B u r e n — t h a t Jo * g o t m ix e d Up in a fig h t w ith one o f th e b u llies o f th e n e ig h b o r h o o d , a n d w a s k n o c k i n g tb e c o n c e i t o u t o f h t i n “ h a n d ov e r fist,” w h e n B i l l , th e eld f iit b r o t h e r , w b o w a s sta n d i n g hy, a n d h a d n ’t b a d a fig h t fo r tn o r a th a n a w e e k , j u m p e d in be­ tw e e n , t o o k t h e fig h t o f f J o e ’s h a n d s , a n d d e m o lish ­ e d th e fellow in th* tw in k li n g o f a b e d - p o s t. A f ter th e affair w a s o v e r , a n d b e f o r e th e y h a d tim e to liq u o r o n it , J o e to o k B ill one side, o u t o f ep r - s h o t, an d v e r y d e lib e r a tely rem a r k e d to “ L o o k h e r e , B ill, PH tell y o u w h a t i t is, P v e no o b jectio n i n th e w o r ld, i f y o u see t h a t a feller’s g it- tin* t h e b e tt e r o f me, th a t y o u sh o u l d c u t in an d g e t u s a p a r t , b u t I ’v e no n o tio n , w h e n P v o g o t a fel­ le r a s g o e d ns w h ip p e d , t h a t y o u should ru n in n u d ta k e a l l th e c r e d i t 'o f tb o fig h t! ’T a in ’t th e first tim e y o u ’ve d o n e i t ; a n ’ i f y o u ev e r d o i t a g a i n , I g iv e y o u fair w a r n in ', I ’l l tu r n rig h t ro u n d an* lick y o u lik e h-M 1 N o w m in d if I d o n 't 1” “ V e r y w e ll,” **ys B ill, whO' w a s well a w a r e th a t J o e w o u ld b e a p t to b e as g o o d a s bis w o r d , “ I 'l l try a n d re m e m b e r ,” T h e y th e n w e n t b a c k to th e cro w d , a n d clin c h e d th e u n d e r s t a n d i n g w i t h a sm ile o f B a idface, A few w e e k s a f t e r tb e co n v e r s a tio n an d figh t afo resaid , B i ll a n d J o e w a lked d o w n In to th e riv e r b o t t o m , eith e r to h u n t o p som e c a t tl e o r hogs, o r to look fo r tim b e r stocks. B ill h a d his rifle, b u t Jo e w a s u n a r m e d . A f t* r f o r c in g th e i r w a y so m e h a l f * m ile o r su c h s m a t t e r , th r o u g h tb e th i c k u n d e r ­ b r u s h , com p o s e d in part, o f th e red b u c k e y e , w iib its b r i ll i a n t blossom s, t h e y w e re su d d e n l y sta r t l e d by a low , s a v a g e gro w l, w h ich so u n d e d u n c o m f o r t a b i j n e a r , n o d o r e tlioy c o u l d lo o k a b o u t th e m , or tn a k e an y p r e p a r a t i o n , w i t h a w ild sh r i e k o f e x u l t ­ in g ra g e , a la r g e f e m a le p a n t h e r s p r a n g from a lim b ov e r h e a d , fiilj u p o n tb e sh o u l d e r s o f J o e . T o tw ist h i m a * l f a roU n d find seize t h e a n i m a l hy tb e th r o a t w a s b u t th e w o r k o f a n in s t a « t o n th e p a r t o f th e i n t r e p i d B o r d e r e r , a n d th e n co m m e n c e d a stru g g l e fe r life o r d e s t b . A f ter b e i n g strip p e d to t h e sk in ftndl r e c e iv in g som o s e v e re sc r a t c h e s , J o e g o t b i s kttifa in req u isitio n , so d p u t a n end to t V p s n l h e r by rip p in g u p h e r bow e ls . M e a n tim e , II !1 b a d betin lo o ld f ig o n , q u i e t ly restiftg o u his rifle. - IV b t n th e b e a s t w a s d e a d , sn d J o e bud recovered b r e a th 8am « w h * t, h e n o ticed th e calm n e s s of H id. , “ W h y , B ill 1 w h j tb # ti-ll d i d n ’t y o u shoot tl;p v a i m i p t , w h e n y o u tie d b e r d o in ’ m e a o f ’ inquired i ' “ H a m I” la i d B il l . “ Very good reason w h y ! — fMdn’t jf*u toll m e , t ’o t h e r dev, if I ever mixed in tt fig h t u f y e u n r ag in , w b e b yc-., was g e t t i n g th e b e l t o f i t , t b k t ym P d lick m e J S a y 1 I f I’d j t I M * tb * ■ a u th o r h a v e yo u dow n , and p u t t i n ' it. i j i t o y o ! 4 , I ‘d * s h o t h i m ; b o t long as I seed; y o u * * * g e U i a ' tjhe to u l d i i V a tou c h e d , h i m fo r h a l f o f ►foft-dfti- A shot hfre it. C r f i w f o r d c o u n t y ; d r - d i f l w o u ld;I” O t coorse, J o s lia l r t h t t B i l l fta « r i g h t , so be* |s t c b t d « p h l i « r t t l c 1 i t t ^ ’s t t d ^ is.tabV e . A b o u t. Th? M M r i l i f e a a d B i g c t t i v e Q n a l i t i e s o f F o o d , Tho iin p o r t a o c S i q f tjbis su b je c t is so very oL io u s in iiscif th a t i f is desiA ttd w h o ll y u n n e c e s s a r y to ®fi'r rem a r k upon i t , The n u t r i t i v e an d d i g e s ­ tiv e qu;di:i*s of th e food w e ( a t a r e m a t l i r a w h ich co n c e r n th e health o f ev e r y i n i l m d u a l . M a n y e x ­ p e r i m e n t s a t i J ni:aljve3 h a v e b e e n Ittfide by co w p e - te n t m e n o f science, to deter m in e these p a i n t s , a n d {be results' o f them mil! L« fou n d c o m p r i s t d in the fa l l o w i n g : ' W heat is the richest in tha elements efnutriliou, Of a il su b s tan c e s , ex c e p t u;l -coa'.iiiiiiug n i n e t y f i c * p a r t s o f n u f r im o n t in every one hundred p a r ts , f i i - difiu cp r n ra n k s next iu value to w h Jat, a s it y i e l d s , su o o r d iu g to D a p a , u inety-o. < p a r ts t« il> o h u n d red of a u i r i m e o t . In barley th e r e is e ighty - n ine, in r ico e i g h t y six, i n rye seventy-uirie, ia o a t s sev e n ty f o u r , ' io b u c k w h e a t sixty e i g h t p e r c e n t, o f n u trim e n t. M e a t c f all kin d s , iu its r a w sta te , c o n t a i n s from sedenty to e ig h ty per cen t, o f w a t e r ; h e n c e , w h e u ev a p o r a ted to dryness, t h e residu e am o u n ts t o fro m tw e n t y to th i r t y p e r c e n t ., w h ich m a y b a re g a r d e d ns co m p o s e d alm o s t en tirely o f d i g e s ti b l e m a t 'e r . — M u t to n fo t h e m o s t n u t r it io u s ; th e n c h i eke d , i h e n beef, th e n veal, th e n p o t k , w h ich is l e a s t sc. T h e fru i t s are as fo llo w s : P l u m s , tw e n t y - n i n e ; g - a p e s , tw e n ty se v e n ; ap r ico ts, tw e n t y - s i x ; c h e r ­ ries, tw e n t y fiv e ; peaches, tw e n t y ; apples, n e a r l y th e s a m e ; p e a ts, sixteen ; a n d g o o s e b e rr ies, n i n e ­ teen p e r co o t, o f n u t r it i o u s m a t t e r . G a r d e n vege*-> table* sta n d tb e lo w e s t on th e list ia respect to th e a m o u n t o f n u tr itio n afforded b y th e m , in a s m u c h aa th e y c o n t a in , w h en fresh, a g r e a t p o r t i o n o f w a ter. C u c u m b e r s give o n ly tw o p e r c e n t , m e lo n s th r e e per cen t., t u r n ip s fo u r p e r c e n t ., c a b b a g e five p s r cen t., c a r r o t s ton p e r cen t., b e e ts f o u r teen p e r cen t., an d p o t a t o e s — tho h i g h e s t — tw e n ty six p e r c e n t . D ig e s tio n is the conversion o f food in t o chym e , o r tbo p r o c e s s o f d e c o m p o s in g a l i m e n t in tb * s to m a c h , and reco m p o s in g it in a uew form , and th u s p r e p a r ­ in g it for circu latio n ap d n o u r ish m e n t. Of all th e artic l e s o f food, b o ilcJ ric* is d ig e s te d in ih o sh o r t ­ est p o s s ib le tim e — a n h o u r . T r ip e a n d p i g s ’ f a e t afe d i g e s te d alm o s t as rap id ly . A p p les, i f sw e e t and rip e , a r e next iu order. V e n iso n is digested a l ­ m o s t .a s rap id ly as ap p les. B o iled po tato o j re q u i r e th r e e h o u r s for d ig e s tio n , w h ile ro a s 'e d p o tato e s a r e co n v e r ted in little m o re th a n h a l f t h a t tiro*. B r e a d 1 req u ires n e a r ly threo heurs-r—m o re th a n beef o r m u t ­ ton: S tsrved oy s ters a n d boiled eg g s a r e d i g e s t e d iu fau r h o u r s , an h o u r m o r e t h a n is req u ir e d by th e sam e artic le s raw . T u r k e y a n d goo s e o c c u p y a b o u t tw o h o u r s a n d a half, b u t ch ick e n req u ires a lo n g e r tim e . P o r k and s a i l beef r e q u ir e five h o u r s aud a h a l f for th e i r d i g e s t i o n - m o r e tim e , p e r h a p s , t h a n alm o s t an y o th e r a r tiel* o f food, * Treatm e'st of Croup.—Creop is an inflamma­ tion of the inner surface ef the windpipe. Inflam­ mation implies boat, and ihat beat must b e »ub- dued or the patient will inevitably die. If prompt efforts are made te cool th* parts in case of an at­ tack of croup, relief will be as prompt as it issu r - ’ prising and delightful. All know that cold water' applied to a hot skin wiil as ceitainljr cool it eff.-— Hence tho application of cold water with linen cloths, of almost boiling walor w»th woo'ou flann*!, are very efficient in the cure of croup. Take two o.r three pieces of woolen flannel of two folds, large enough to'cover the whole threaL and upper part of the chest; put those in a pan of water as hot as the band enn bear, and'keep it thus hof, by adding wa­ ter from a boiling t*a-kettle at band; let two of th# flannels be in hot water all the time, with a dry ilaur.el covering the wet ono, so as to k e e p the steam in to some extent; tbe flannel should not bo so wet, when put en, as to dribble the, water, for it is important to keep th* clelUine as dry as possible! and the body and faet of the child comfortable and warm. A* soon aa one flannel g * t s a l i t t l e cool, p u t cn a n o t h e r h o t one, w ith a s little i n t e r v a l of ex p o s u i* as p o s s ible, and keep u p th is pro c e s s u n t i l t h o d o c ­ tor coroe3, o r un til tlie p b leg tn is loose, the c h i l d e a ­ sier, a n d b e g in s to fall asleep ; th e n g e n t l y w r a p a d r y flan n e l over th o w e t o n e w h ich is on, s o a s to co v e r i t u p th o r o u g h ly , aod th e child is sa v e d .— W h e n it w a k e s u p , hotb flannels w ill be d r y .— , Hall's Journal. , ■ A M ousing C a ll in C h ina.— W h e n a m e r e c a l l is co n tem p lated , th e tisito r se n d s a sh e e t o f p a p e r , cu r io u s ly folded, b e a r in g h i s n a m e an d q u a lity , w h ich is h is c a r d . T h e p e r s o * w h o m h e visits know s by tb is c a r d w h e th e r h e sh o u l d rcceiv* h im a t th o g a t e , in th e hid!, o r i n his o w n roo m . P r e s ­ e n ts g e n e r a lly acco m p a n y th o card . I t is c u s t o m a ­ ry to p a y visits before d in in g , in o r d e r t h a t t h e fum e s o f w in e m a y n o t d i s t u r b the person visited. If tb e la t t e r d o e s n o t w ish to see h i s v isito r , be docs n o t . sa y h e is “ n o t a t h o m e ,” b u t send* b i s se r v a n t te ( sa y th a t h e will n o t g iv e h i m th e troubla o f a l i g h t - 1 io g from h i s ch a ir . T h is m e s s a g e is eq u a lly p o lite w ilh o u r o w n , and baa tb e a d r « i - ‘»ge ot n o t b e in g a d i r e c t co n tr a d ic t i o n o f fart. A iter th is foo settd * ., his c a r d s w ithin th r e e days, snd tbe v isitin g A c * ; q u a i n i a n c e , in th is charm ing ly sim p l e a p d p o lr t* m a n n e r , is broken off forever. ‘ , _ _ -- —-OB- ................ . A W ord to the Vot no .— W hen th* D u k w of Wellington ws* s'ck, the lust thing he. took was a little tea. 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