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Defiance Democrat (Newspaper) - August 11, 1855, Defiance, Ohio VOLUME 11. DEFIANCE AUGUST 11, 1855. NUMBER 50. f HEADACHE AHD I sat beside My arm her And listened to the sweetest words E'er dropped by mortal sweet it yet So new Her maiden fear arose She felt shs excise so Shook by the strife will and She gave a sudden And My HIT aching head I cried She laughed to hear my piteous I smiled her art to And promised I would her If she would doctor me. Tlie bargain gentle touch I soothed her aching head The tender word she gently My pain as quickly might all heads by torture racked Find antidote as And all hearts Obtain as speedy value of his labor in market is mil that a working man has a right and when his bor is of no then he mast go to the or wherever else he can. Peter That's my do you think quite agree with said Mr. v agree with The value of their labor in the market is all that laborers can pre- tend that they should Nothing acts more perniciously than the extra- support called said Mr. a clew Go my dear go What results from charitable aid con- The value of labor is kept at an unnatural State charity is state bery private charity is public That's it said Mr. What do you think of our John j don't like I don't believe said Can't she carry on the ness I dare say it will support her very said Mr. died a and his widow and children are doea not alter the said Peter thing for Let Briggs's family do To be sure said Mr. Briggs's family are the people to do something for She expect anything from is she said With this is another You surely ought to notice assist Confound it. I'm for letting her have the dred What a break down said Mr. Collett So you were trying to low Peter Finch through Stony and turned back at the second Here's a brave in. You were quite right to gire the man traveller for I'd have given nim a shilling your Arabia and leave keep to the sterner ways to very different Good-bye both of I'll think over a I f. THE TWO AT the parlor window of a pretty villa near Walton one evening at an old man and a young The age of the man might be some whilst his bad certainly not reached Her blooming and light upright were in strong contrast with the worn countenance and bent frame of the but in his and in the corners of his were indications of a gay which age and suffering had but not 1 No looking any said he neither John nor Peter Finch will be here before Very hard when a sick uncle asks his two nephews to come and see they can't come at The duty is simple in the to me to and take what I chouse to leave them in my will Pooh when I was a young I'd done it for my uncle with the utmost But the world's getting quite sir said And what does mean said D'ye think I shan't die I know A little and there'll be an of old He'll have left this dirty world for a the great of his affectionate relatives Ugh Give me a glass of the doctor's The girl poured some medicine into a after having contemplated it for a moment with infinite managed to get it I tell you Miss Mary said I don't by any means approve of your and and the rest of it. when I've told 3'ou how I hate to be called sir at Why you couldn't be more respectful if you were a charity girl and I a beadle in a laced of your Mary if you I've been your lawful dian now fur six and you ought to know my likings and My poor father often told me how you dis- liked said Your poor father and are quite said Mr. Sutton was a man of capital His only fault was a natural inability to keep a farthing in his Foor he loved sure he He bequeathed me his only it isn't every friend would do A kind anJ generous protector you have been I don't know I've tried not be a but I dare say I have Don't I speak roughly to you sometimes Haven't I given you worldly advice about John and made myself quite and like a guardian confess you love this penniless nephew of indeed said there it said Mr. what business has a poor devil of an artist to fall in love with my ward And what ness has my ward to fall in love poor devil of an artist But that's Button's daughter all over Haven't I two nephews Why couldn't you fall in lore with the discreet thriving one Peter ering he's an a worthy young He is industrious in the and attends to people's business when he's paid ior it. He despises and always looks to the main But John my dear may spoil canvas for and not grow He's all for and and social and spiritual and the Lord knows Peter Finch will ride in his and splash poor John Mcade as he trudges on The harangue was here interrupted by a ring at the and Mr. Peter Finch was an- He had scarcely taken his scat when another pull at the bell was and Mr. John Mcade was Mr. Collett eyed his two nephews with a queer sort of whilst they made speeches expressive of sorrow at the nature of their At stopping enough said Let us find some better subject to discuss than the state of an old I want to know a little more about you I haven't seen much of yon up to present for anything I you may be rogues or John Meade seemed rather to wince under this but Peter Finch sat calm and put a said Mr. morning a poor wretch of a gardener came begging He could get no it and said he was I knew something about the and I believe he only told the truth so I gave him a get rid of I'm afraid I did What reason had I for giving him a billing What claim had be on me chirm has he on The John a shilling j you said Mr. J I've no voice to talk any more very generous with your jail you have Would you fly in the face of all j He pressed their and they left the political you Vandal old man was too weak to speak said as the Vandals flew in j next in three days after he the face of and destroyed what had calmly breathed come a falsehood and a Poor said Mr. We shall never make anything of we'd better talk of something tell us all about the last new As soon as the funeral was the will was read by the confidential man of who had always attended to Mr. The group that sat around preserved a 1 decorous appearance of and They conversed on various until the the usual preamble to the will having been ened to with breathless the man of arrival of the bedtime parted uncle and nephews for the Mary Sutton seized an the next after to speak with John business read the in a clear bequeath to my Emma notwithstanding that she shocked her family by marrying an the sum of four thousand What occasion if she could even find it would last and do nothing to provide her with John Meade and Peter Finch ground his in a respectable The man of business went on with his Meade said do think more of your being fully tbat her lost own our for you to be so violent diet Mr. Collett so I saw Peter or Finch laughing to John you must be more or we shall never be I I'll do my said i It was that confounded with his chain of iron tbat made me fly 1 always held the opinion that woman i I'm not an I should be rendered a rational and independent I Thank you're said Mary having duly considered the fact but an iceberg of I that society practically denies her the right of time you offend Mr. Collett earning her own hereby bequeath to 1 ir fS f you please Mr. So I do said ber If you would only try to be a little mean i remain as she may i and said Mary a to John Meade gave a prodigious start upon or As article in the last number of wood's on the above holds the idea that the age of man should be one hundred years instead of three score and The author We do not simply we usually kill Our our our anxiety of body and shorten our and prevent us from reaching the natural limit of human he lives than intemperate and it is the fashion to restrict the term sobriety to the moderate use of A sober life implies moderation in all and in the enjoyment of all the sures of But although we have heard much of moderation in eating and the difficulty has always arisen in our minds respecting the true standard of What is who will define The ard suitable for one is not for No Man can doubt for a moment the benefits of in all But no Wan can or should set up his own standard for his And yet it may truly be that general rules for temperance may be set if would be of im- mense such as not to eat so much as will unfit the mind for its usual or so much as will make the body heavy and Nor to pass hastily from one extreme of THX TOLEDO THE Among the remembrances of the past which j The Concord Patriot gives the B old settlers delight to to the rising and as if conscious that few could be the most pleasing of them all is the history of the Toledo Probably no contest so bloodless in its results has ever found to credit gives the assurance that it U About two weeks since a little near cured for State such important advantages as six years of named of did that violent war of And yet was searching for berries in the most the recollection of it is though only when her attention was arrested by a a few vears since the ghost of the Bailey war peculiar singing and on looking up she horse made his last appearance in our perceived two large black one of which live The of the old war iu an erect attitude and gazing fixedly is not without some items of as upon accompanying its vibratory motions aim incident upon his being foundered as she a most beautiful She Erst attempted to but found herself utterly incapable of doing so. She then ed at the snake until she became so pleased ith it that she took it into her and held horse i the claim and subsequent formed for years after a sufficient subject prolong the cession to ninety days after every other pretence had been used Along the southern of our it until she thought it and then fled to was a strip of land some ten miles noted for its black ash swamps and magnificent bull In this strip was we the present town of and the deserted city of clapboards and on tbe mee forgotten at This country was also somewhat celebrated in for we find in the poetry of that The potatoes they grow on And also the somewhat inconsistent living to but to change slowly and The girls arc fat as on to cat plain and wholesome Over this interesting domain Michigan and to proportion its quantity to the prepared to exercise the and the strength of the I it Ohio then came the frightened when she Not to allow the appetite for food or to of war From thc vallies of the regulate the quantity to be but the For a number of days sbe visited the unknown to her who finally discovered her feeding it from ber She continued feeding it regularly every until it would wind itself around her arms and and even take food from ber Finally she was prevailed to place it in a on condition that it should not be and in that it is still except when being fed. dreds in the have been to see and it is the opinion of the medical men who have seen that she is completely and that thc death of the reptile would prove fatal to The is over four feet long. The N. H. Mirror adds the The little girl was asked if she was not saw the She said she was terribly frightened and when asked r to be but and the Grand Riveri the hardy These lo brethren in the eastern to promote and rt of thc Buckeye invader ter lenerth of davs and ence void of sensual will tend thas lead to a greater length of days and thc or in the attem t. Antl Mary the only of my old I'll Frederick tbe sum of ten thousand which will enable he to or to You would only stoop to hearing and Peter Finch ground his teeth she did not she said she tried to she also tried to scream for her but could not speak a The idea that she was paralyzed by the magnetic O C7 f VI 1.1 C L 1 years m man's existence still there is a a most array soon stretched along lnc first time she re- ral period for man to and neither the So near did the op- a long not nor sobriety can place him beyond forces that they actually crossed Afterwards daily she staid with We find that each species of animal has its j and the foes drank each others health j v boundary of and so has He has its in d old from the same Water sald UuT and middle old and then comes the winding sheet and the narrow i goou oia uino irom me same j y d melon patches and hen roosts beyond three of maple that Bii and a faithful chronicle of the laid and sweet gingerbread v-r rt But how long does his existence how us that Rt an unluck mc whenever she to give them years encircle his natural life? These tor one ht a Major of lhc snake would try to the srna 1 A f 0 n 4 li n f t i II C 111 are important We find that thirty was skinned by a fourth cor- is considered to be a generation that file whole world is every thirty J Jars with a new and a like number de poral of Michigan Of course such or perhaps we should The one away from her when and she cuffed Isim several and he returned the compliment by ing her fingers into his mouth several 1 say could not long escape muc l Consequently s attention of the General and l love snake s the t arts from it in that But no person f til 11 considers thirty years as the natural term of j the attention of Congress was I she IS federally ol years being generally to the unhappy relations existing upon Own as that A i n begin and you deseive to in a manner hardly May I gain my then said by kept Are you not to be my loving Mary The business went on with his And arc yon not to sit at in my j I have paid some attention to the character whilst I paint my great historical of my John and have been tare How can this come to pass if Mr. Col- grieved to find him much possessed with a lett will do nothing for us ing of and with a general pre- ference for whatever is noble and true over our Peter coming through the j whatever is base and As these j gate from his I leave you J cies are by no means such as can advance him i so she in the I bequeath him tbe sum of I said Peter as he thousand that be will thus be Skulking on a fine j kept out of tbe and to ing like I've been all through the paint bis great historical as Not an ugly wants looking they have only talked I after Roads shamefully Pigs j As for my other Peter he i allowed to walk on the footpath j views all things in so sagacious and selfish a j exclaimed j and is so certain to get on in that I i I came out pretty strong last j should only insult him by offering an aid which said Quite defied the old man I j but I like your 11 have no doubt yon thought when I was a I was a little tbat I the north and all their p was ly published in Pans by M. which I at t forth to st thc of created no small sensation m that j where Th succeeded in effecting the old age at eighty-five and tbe settlement of difficulties something after this natural life of man about a wkc was to hold upon places first manhood between forty-five tcn was revert to and second manhood from that f and i nf nM at that jn j Territory commonly called the Upper No adequate indeed no conception i The girl's parents have changed and are now exhibiting the child and snakes to a crowd at N. H. On they were by by which some were to instead of old age at that We are inclined to accept his view of the question as the most correct Buffon the WHAT FAMILY IS. entertained such an The was at lhat time had of vast of life laid down by him that animals from six to seven times the number of thc States of the wory u IV ill IIJ the I bequeath him the sum of required to complete their such Of th afe tKa Michigan among for inexhaustible e he does not from bis affectionate and entirely as a testimony of tion for his mental I venture to that he will accept a bequest of five hundred j It is not to watch children with a eye to frown at their merry outbursts of innocent to suppress their joyous and to mould them into little models of And when they have been in fault il is not to which completes its growth at moth boulder of the Ontonagon tad long been Punish them simply on account of the personal lives from twenty to twenty-four known to thc and and an In- that chanced to suffer in and a man who takes eighteen years to dian tradition told of his hidden consequence of their while disobedience his full may live more than a like the pictures on her rocks Superior's by inconvenience to hundred There are but a few men who ures more of lne than passes without 1m to a hundred and just as few horses thu The then was the j Nor is it to overwhelm the little culprit with that hre to but that affords no of the American Fur flood of words to stun him with a reason why many and almost all men of and the thought a I deafening noise to call him by hard fnr a I I t sound constitution may not live for a Tlie table of M. Flourens is as way saiJ the towards the completion of his I the my dear cures us of all sive library of fie dog romantic I of to see How Peter Finch and called names John Meade broke into delirium of grows for 20 8 Tie horse 5 poor people miserable but what's the use of It's no part of the business ol the j Mary Sutton Cried and then superior classes to interfere with tbe and then cried and laughed all supply and poor people must be j these matters I shall not attempt to What can't be cured must be en- Mary Sutton is now Mrs. John Mcade and her husband has actually begun tbe great That is to returned what we Peter Finch has taken to dis- can't they must endure and bringing actions on them Exactly siid and drives about in 1iU brougham Mr. Collett this day Was too ill to leave bis About noon he requested to see his i nephews in his They found him propped up by looking very but i in good as nr WHAT an abominable fashion is i now j they got when they retained the frogs and we wnich do not express his misdeeds to load took the natives and unexplored wilds of thc which would be extravagant applied to a fault of ten fold enormity or to declare with passionate vehemence that he what unexpected vision u j j j i l ls the worst child in the and destined to American energy has tunneled the the lnc Paid on lnc i to for the first mining companies alone almost ings of and to repress them to counteract 1 port State Mountain upon the earliest workings of selfishness to and lives 90 or 100. 40 25 4 15 or 20 3 10 or 12 This is somewhat different from but he sets it down as a gcr animals live about five times longer than the time required for their full The mountain of iron bor of man question is one of deep importance to the whole Ol l Juman It is one to which the than has brought a great and he iron piled only awaits the press the first beginnings of rebellion against and investment of capital to yield rightful authority to teach an implicit and n than California or Golconda's and cheerful to the said here I you prevailing of combing baek the hair from thc brought to nn anchor at The doctor will j forehead of children in order to give the face they're all in the j mark of descant as we lhay upon thc dark together the only difference is tbat the phrenology of full perceptive and reflective patients grope in and the doctors J The most beautiful women are those roe in Latin whose face gives not the impression of skeptical said John ness but rather sweetness and repose to draw tbe hair away from thc fa Let us change j it naturally grows is to give to that face ai bu the e as un- grope in Latin You are too Pooh said Mr. i the I want your j on a matter that concerns your to to attain a i I'm going to make my will and I don't j torture their scalps by a circular comb how to act about your Emma i drawing the hair straight backward the Emma disgraced us by marrying an unfortunate wearer net more but j An oilman exclaimed Golconda's j unquestioning and cheerful to the of the parent j as the best preparation for and he No longer do tht barriers of nature interpose a future allegiance to the requirements of the ap as presenting to all men a life of obstacles to for industry civil and to the laws of the great a verv extended fund of I come them and now far away On Ruler and Father in that inland sea the white wings of commerce It is to punish a fault because it is a are everywhere and on its remotest shore because it is sinful and contrary to the a city is springing up which in business and i mands of God without reference to whether importance must vie with its sister City of the it may or may not have been of Pensioners of the Toledo j mediate injury to the parent or to are some of thc fruits of jour such the j It is to reprove with calmness and in a feu Of in a very extended fund of Scientific VERY Too old Dutch neighbors in Pennsylvania were and they had carried on their transactions with their neighbors and each other for on the tem of ready pay in cash or but at last hard times came and they were obliged to re- sort to keeping One day they met for and after much hard labor and figuring it was made parent that Hauns owed twenty are some 01 tnc ot your me i it is to reprove with of the perils and dangers you and not with angry irritation j fitly and not with a torrent of I abuse to punish as as rnu and GOOD us cherish good threaten when yon intend and can and Christian Let us endeavor j member to perform to what yon to shake off that sullenness which makes us and infallibly to do what you so uneasy to and to sill who arc is to govern your family as in the sight of Pythagoras quelled thc Him who gave you your authority who will of his mind by the use of his and reward your strict fidelity with such blessings Peter and feminine and male This applies himself on doing business at the mit Well you writes do more the grow in us is not said r Xf the more beautiful and me dc JOu writes de I A shocking oilman said Mr. Col- than the arts of a false taste the ish de way 'a wretch who not only sold tortures of can render Hums set about it and and j is this rather rejoinder produced It was a dreadful blow to the j the Boston whose An vras to appear as a on a delicate She not and a bench warrant was issued The of n are thus in the The Know Nothings arc calling upon the of to and to to battle ag Her mai Well seems poor grandmother never got over and a not one of the most devout worshipers st th laiden aunt turned Methodist in shrine of unwomanly woman Brings the oilman died last The notion that high in wome L and his widow has written to ing for I have thought of leaving her n hundred in my women Bellas are to came into vogue with phrenology and is going out with the decline of that pretentious and i 1J. What do you think of I'm afraid she and Not long ago more don I deserve it. What right had she to I than one fine lady shaved her head to eive against the advice of her What it an and thc 1 to do with her misfortunes torn of combing the hair back from tbe fore- mind is quite made said Peter i probably originated h Finch no notice ought to be taken of ken When it is She made an obstinate and unworthy and let her abide the Now for your said Mr. Col- Upon my I think I must say the said John bracing himself up boldly for thc part of the worldly What right had she to you with great Let her abide the you very properly considered that a great expanse of forehead gives a culine comes the word effrontery will not be that the ancient sculptors and poets considered a low forehead a charming thing in and indispensible to female Horace praises for her low forehead and Martial mends the same grace as decidedly as he praises the arched I Westmorland I Dollars For settle Up wen I hash No j monish do Pav v Mentis for her on which she was inst Thc that thc census of 1850 gives as in was Us duty to What a yc Behold two why were you not here I couldn't come Were you not madam but I was Then arose an which of the two ought to keep thc It was finally decided that Hauns should keep how else would he know how much to pay In due when lit t IV 1 I I t CIV the got thc he paid up of about forty sand and eleven Protestant churches are to be j arrayed three Catholic What a then outsiders arc called apon to join thc in put down these churches Tempora What are we not coming Only think of thc iwo thousand and eleven Protestant churches and the outsiders against three Catholic PS. Will not thc sun stand to witness the The Sentinel states that the What was thc madam I had an awful Upon ma lam upon my and thus raised puzzling lald barc at H of ended in the V Was at a of several A school boy among his play fellows il t lT n i below lhc workmen were for his frolics wuh the WHS reading aloud WOU the public in that village in coming to the last Corroded and incrusted remains make waste places be was i of a church was also It is evidently asked by the pedagogue what it The jibe remains of nn ancient youngster scratched bis but in the situated within tlie foundation wall are no when up jumped a his friend and i the and mason i more precocious and cried out I know that Hans had paid thc of a church was also It is evidently asked by the what it Thc of diminutive men who were j the remains of nn ancient youngster scratched bis but among tlie most eminent CT ney Smith instanced his added that there was not j fires were proved that tbe cheaper had not body enough to cover his conveniences of stoics were unknown or roind decently with his intellect was By whom or when H was built thc crly know what it It means ging thc for Tom Ross is alien h 'em lne and it makes glad as can
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