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Democratic Expounder (Newspaper) - November 6, 1856, Marshall, Michigan ttr Vint At das Dollar and Fifty A If Ul Bke ever Aad through A or two and learn lo if far is And some go and some know m Tint 4mnfltit A ef Bat fat n many warrant ono whoso band Is and brown For In jro And 700 likely to thing 7011 will mnj hn as well That Aristocracy In bat truly thing at And though and strong May M to Yet Ashes all both and An going op kind Our are full of and And 7011 U rare Anil twere doctrine now and That plans roost And though god II And Yield the and only up and A erdi and his finding tile rather too for brt were about to go fonng was regretting would deprive him of the few mo ments of conversation which he had aii this and which hardly take place in jon and my pounds and Then let me humbly A little use of Thai Isr all of And have runs on whom ytu for fear see him When you are only going THE WHOLE 49 I I took p from Liverpool on fine looking and wo hor ed to make the run to Now York inside of twenty It waa tin Irish which was at its heigh years and wo had at lens two passengers uf nation in ihe and about twenty cab in The however was a large and well found aud 1 no on a rau il examination why she would I had outwar trip in a an I a vessel on my of ilia va it would Scarcely we discharged onr pi lot an I fairly luid before unmistakable evidence ill it in in nf a vessel I had probably bee Fiom a somewhat exten the sea the be of ii 1 myself at outset inclined lo tbe lei of tbe officers an to the safety of ao an in ber of listed ajone seeme 1 In possess a decree of in which bis station while 1 saw not one win looked outwardly as tilted fur a of tbe first officer I was I was intox from the outset and contin ued sn lo Ibe end of The crew b as inch ships companies an I under proper lead and dis woul I less done well under any ordinary circumstances To balance ibis appa rent waul of in tlie and the itself was a hundred ton of a lurmo nearly and tins only her second tiling aboul ber woik eI and abe i a Consoling myself lu 1 lo be und for ibe Lut would inu b bitva lu be on dry Und taking passage in a skill of whose of I were soon pleasantly ud ibe tim 11 ise 1 for some eight in t lu ol 1 y I null ibe appearance id one a Inly of and a in ol poi twenty two From i conl I in ike itll a story I in Tlie bei wealthy New on a le Hi gen a b au A bo in le a in excised len se ul l aids t Fui iber iban u H ui easily ibal tlie Ulber fiom some cause looked coldly upon tbe that tvere but made by the young ladys On tUe displayed in the the young mans name stood Mr aud ma king inquiry Of the other iban to selile muj of we wilh fallen inlo au agreeable ibe cabin Young Hammond to be affected in bit after a few days of iUe Captain had fbr ome object gone arid rith one arm resting over the stsi board wan making of he ships fore when suddenly he cry of man startled IK and looking forward to where captain had we observed hat he had Instead of either o the ships officers taking matters in here at once arose a Babel of jach one suggesting and two or three foremast handa ng intd a began to pre for lowering it into the I looked toward the first mote a glance was Ho seemed to be either half or feigning lie did not know what to do f howas as stupid as he this was tho 1 saw yonng Hammond seize hold of the after and we threw it inlo the while lie exclaimed Never Captain wil pick ymi the grips of that shouted young in a tone o as we had not heaid on The dent tones iu those lifi continued ho who had thin nn not between end Bnt 1 overheard the end Not ten men In the British ser vice conld have saved from he first moment I heard four on I knew there wan a hand on hat what WHK as the of young delighted quite as No boat ran live in am at once inspired by the confi tsey were address There no long hr coldness on the part of fa her of girl towards her new Both danghter witnessed tbo entire scene which we have so hastily and young Hammond was Admitted to their confi dence and as he slso became the idol of the whole ships The thus remarkably Ift resulted in an engage ment which terminated In a happy and appropriate Arriving at Were for and as Hammond was handing Edwards over the ships I observed that ho wore the uniform of an officer of the United States The The following is a of tho lairs and requirements in the election of a President and Vice President Electors elected on the first Tues day after the first in on tho first Wed in and cast They then sign three certificates send a messenger with one copy to the President of the Senate at Wash ington before the first Wednesday in In the of the we frequently eee more mention matte of some characters and that may not hare aided a little la the de ot that We eon not complain oft his regards the For were each individual earh a score of not contain them Ws in these to dwell more partic tipon these thereby doing to the act by and presenting worthy of t in oar greater way persons taken command of the Among the worthy in those good old a family Van The world of these people were far from but with a ble spirit they worked hoped that thai evils of the as well as the bo reme died by the successes of the In this the head of the family was rather prematurely cnt off by Whether this was one of the good events that Durae Van Dill its had hoped dries not appear bnt certain it that her did not sink under the She had yet son and danghter loft to comfort her any new troubles were generally carried to the account of and left there instead of being taken into tho reckoning of that to The conse was that Dame Van al ways wore smiling and carried a cheerful Katrina and Carl were much like their maternal and we readily believe that they wore all com At the sound of the fife ami drum called into action the bone excellent Hal ha 1 she little I of the the so K wai lucky that 1 crossed far It been a weary bnt if the remit my I shall Promotion The visitor rose their en rance and with epon the beanty of after the in tke note for Ton said you were anxious to get over to the began 1 dont know bow you can do Katrina and take you over in onr Wonld you like to go with ns saij a score of ready voi Now 1 iv one of and lecp the run of th t h t h for al ready the c making him self fasi to il by of Lin neckcloth and continued yonng Ham addressing the first uho seemed to partially all hands on sir call up What would yon do sii the mate respectfully for in spite of the impropriety be was awed into obedience by prompt manliness of young We must work the ship to wind ward and come doWn upon bun Brace her p bring her clone o a wilh a will theres no time to Whether tha obvious of orders si ruck I ho 1 cannot bu they woie instantly Young Hammond a deck and issued tbe di in and with that und calm decision every soul wilb Tbe ship al ihe tune of ibe nn ler double reeled emu and and running at tbe I alo of twelve ihe wind abeam conse orders ibe hatch upon which tbe Caplain was float waa neatly two miles dead to ibe w of the bud lo Awe lime tbe sea loo to lower a I and tba only i bum was to to f bun and I now U iir ml younj pas sender a and ability ill handling tlie amazed tlie old tar He it in a beautiful w bile tbe male and j men obeyed Inin by the same j of onr Had the re been for and Ka and the third deliver lo the United Stales District Judge where electors Each hy law for filling any vacancy in tho board of elect ors occasioned by death or re Such of the electors present are generally authorized to Rll any vacancy The Governor notice to electors of their before tbo first Wednesday in On the second Wednesday in Feb Congress shall be in session arid open the The of ihe Senate in the presence of House of open the cer of nn 1 count tho Tha person having the greatest number of votes if such number bo a majority of tbe whole number of shall ba If no person has a majority as the choice it to be made from bM s of the by form themselves into and the majority determine which is to be Ibe choice of Slate having only one vote 7 If neither of tbe candidates pots a ity of ibe States before tbe 4th of Mai i the Vice shall acl as H If people do not elect through elei tin s a Vice then lie of tho United States shall the election from the highest can returned lo bv the a moments A A singular discovery lately been I ju f ed Alexander London U list and we extract a parat Hi aph f i oni a communication on the sub addressed by him lo tbe Society It u known by the name of or Valley and follow ing a path which has been made for the put the parly shortly reached it with a couple of dogo and for the purpose of making On arriving at tbe top of the the parly dismounted and scrambled up the side of ibe al a ol a the of tho brain lies of the trees and projecting When ln ul yards from tbe a smell was experi bul on approaching the margin the inconvenience no longer found The valley is about half a mile in cir of an oval aud about v feel deep Tbe billom of il appeared I o be 1 any and a few Menus Skele tons of human j aud all Is of buds and wild lay in profusion The ground they al tbe bottom of the appeared lo be a sandy and no vapor was perceived The were covered with I It was proposed lo enter aud each trina and her mother would have doubt marched to victory with Carl there was no call upon the fat and the females could only assist in preparing the yonng warrior for his al Perhaps none march ed to bailie more illy provided for than or wilh a lighter Youre good on and wood cried the ol J and I reckon you wont let a shot miss i when a wholo troop of red coats for a kiad heart suggested Kill as Carl and shoot none thai you can tske j With ibe firm purpose lo act from and from that Carl joined the army and tht conduct nol merited but I rail haw tn I Van was highly spoken i I Borne ronr alter the nre of Carl from bis tlie old lady was in ber operations by the oi a stronger at her collage Her wonder the greater from the of there being so few men about as this stranger was of the she could nol bul wonder at his Bbe laid aide ber pan of onions some of which she had pealed of their red coats as il they were ber enemies stood before the visitor with lean in her eyes He regarded her for a an she wiped dew away bur bowing sail i I trust that I am nol an intruder in ihe bouse of A womans lears I presume you are skillful and of cannot When can you go T serin its a matter of impor 1 reckon we might go at Id like Carl to hear from us The boat is just down I will pay handsomely for he ser I believe answered tbe with a meaning gut dads old piece in tbe boat may shoot in I always like to provide for We have good hero In a few moments after the trio were Dame Van pulling like a veteran The stranger and Katrina in the guiding the boat and holding the They had a long journey before bnl the tide seconding tire efforts of the they passed swiftly As they neared their the old lady interrupted the lively conver which had been for some time kept up between Katrina and pas She perceived the atten tion of tho patrol on the shore was drawn to as we near the 1 want to ask you a Do officers in our army generally wear hats marked wilh What do you mean ho queried 1 saw that yours had foreign name in 1 dont believe one word ol your Youre a Britisher sure The officer feeling that he was ed moved on his What do you intend to pnr than T he asked with whitening Tn np to Oat to tbo land of Weii baok anin And I went Is the an cat To go tor Book and tantom And many broken Add all onr darkened Are letting in the light t And who once To Are leaving ooA and To go for Book and know IB Our lo With bat Tn gnide their feet But by day theyre Nor held by 700 hi And all The tane of Back and In Mrlf ia I reckon well yon in charge of that man on He likely introduce you to General Wash in whoso service you say you are And du you suppose that I shall al low myself lo a by i ntm lev keep rye on THE HOUSEHOLD M 1 wai when I wat my lather and mother moved r in old Counsel lent into the rant in ten ittle nil younger than I was They had lout and went out nto that dark piny to begin got a of wM land jarlly on a log and went to Before tlie year fallier and wo it hard to gel without and in We gave np everything o store and should have fell is rich if we could only raise what the law allowed But we had no barrel of beef or even he law allows to a poor family we on rye and and a mo when we couldnt get The Uw allowed us two pigs and cow with a Our cow was a capital for and gen tle as a Umb you dont know how tbe took to well they She more than Marm did her best for her and I as hard as ahe spin ning and curding ibo wove done Those teemed as If they were weak that the sxe I turned TO go ready to or rather than look that in with the are in my I but there clearing the with I bo writ flying ont In his 1Vfy thought of tbe with nothing to dont know I didnt think He was talking I cow was right before there she the geon birch like a axe wouldnt rise from tire not do He called oni I heard his step in Then my strength flew I was nt a my eyes seemed hot with sparks of 1 shut sxe swung a wild and she fell like a When I opened toy she was looking at and so her eyes stiffened in their 1 had to hoK myself up by wilh botH It seemed to me as if I was dy ing What have yon been where is the cow said the in a as be came said pointing lo tbo murdered critter with mv the you wont allow ns two bnt it does give us a barrel of it if you He skulked and 1 fell down on my knees by the poor critter my own hands had It seemed as if my own heart would break I There elm lay with the fresh leaves in her so stiff and there stood the at me as if she wasted to and I make her un why it had to be it was tough From the Boston A Chapter on Children have yon ifen any chil dren lately asked an old as we jotted down our yott he deliberately ad justing bin I wish youd tel mo what they look for tbe ship was hove tbe wan on the miles e could nbt fetch him on the mxt by nearly a hnn dred we could sue him amid ibe breaking ami yonng Hammond jumping into ibe main baled Ills tl Hold well be ba few m in nt e he could bear words ol be si ood ibe of the ship ami ta king lf bu II last hit II over his of thiee miles aud we Haul up ibe was the prompt order ol at tbe appropriate sir I reckon its only the she 1 lo shed Tbe accounts the auny is and the pint Im feeble on II is a matter of pride and lo hear of the success of our remarked the stranger I stopped to see if yon could furnish mo with some refreshment keeper of the tavern in the is absent they ibe So 1 1 am somewhat exhausted and need a little rest Mv house aint much to speak bnl if you will walk in well do our best to provide foi y on The stranger was soun seated at the hn in ble and a frugal repast spread him jumping into the raised the mini of tha gun lo a level wilb tho breast of disco filed were made but like his offered bribes lbe were As the boat louche ihe ibe was handed over lo tbe Tbe affair was speedily The prisoner proved lo be a Captain of the British tbo rev elations made proved that llame Van and her daughter bad rendered a greal la Tha lea der me icy of greal genius that pre sided over onr al induced him lu ave ihe note man ftom a merited drain He was I upon parole and afterwards exchanged for some of tbe Uur worthy captors returned to homes in due Cail joined Both and himsell soon after Old Dame Van related the above circumstances to her heartily as she tbe Dril isher about her when bhe bad jest been into cloth on a hand in 4 yaar or two the calf grew info a fine nnd ne calculated on having milk from her after a so wo begun to fat np tbe old 1 hud no idea we should up onr minds to There weie some debts but we hod given up everything and nei marm nor 1 thought of anybodys coming on HH So we weie of onr and as long aa the children bad plenty of never onco tl ami UM this time fur 1 been left ti lloro Sal inas voice became and iho girls settled into an ught of wanting tirl if we had enl laid ejes on anything loss than six ty in pantalettes for some years my crusty well tell yon they look for wo tent sgrno real and some unreal children in ggr and we class under tbo heads of the Tumbling tbe Aged the ibe Sunny ihe Monkey ibe Alltel aud Genuine TBE GUILD is tbe best illustration of per pot tin mo tion Are y lha from these parts the topsail to ibe now Mr ihe Aud Ihe ship linked down upon the swer of men on account of i Two i i i and along a dozen of on of the parly hating lit a managed this lev wit b lines and hooks lo to gel leel o gripple the ordered a as ibe au without any difficulty of her visil that not far off I am ou a lour of observation for our and design lo ihe river as soun as 1 can find a conveyance is a live chap I reckon him aboul you the traveller I am engages iu looking up 1 doul wear a ou such service You wont Hud here Tbe most ou em baa already A Save Your About a couple of years we were al ibe bouse of a friend w all a dinner of egga 1 and We complimented our on tue quality of bia ba and curious lo lue way lo like success in preparation of a dainty article of one is belier tilted lor the palate of au iban fur the of a dys To our we ibal l bat portion of our was cooked mom ha before Up I on for au he staled ibal il waa lo slice aud f i y his immediately upon ils e mm nu j don I gel ahead of a k u iu owu but you aUU gol any fai fof u the slices slightly bad all tbe and of new bacon just prepared By this our friend bad always succeeded in saving bia fresh aud ibe of A dog U lillle further np yon may meet some the ilh ihe hts I bo already aud bo on her al tbe lively by and il tbe in bit With he waa ber al morning and upon ibe and by and to make at een to the was an individual ol proud of bis to in ibe ai Uto aat be from of prop oa ibe part young did steady all He was eud of a aud to tLo of the while tome of party with in observed ibe tenth day oat when implicitly In ten minutes Caplain was y iu bis aud iu a few WM again at Tbe moment Captain was car ried wai king banded him tbe deck lo io nautical yielded bim tbe but be Aid ao from tbe entire company hia and tbe skill be bad tha in every M At tbe of fourteen sec be fell off hia without moving or looking and continuing alive only eighteen Tbe dog now left ibe and went to bis com reaching bim be ob served to quite and at the end of ten seconds He never moved Ms and lived only minutes A fowl waa in and lived only e minute and a quarter and another thrown in died in lite space of and a 1 intend after my Your 1 I iu Ihe arey 1 my are you away I replied the wiln ao upward Gone where bailies near three Ive got a over i i to go Would yon like to lo ba to be Ill jiat get ta write a few 8end it to be editor of I Uut are you I to tbe editor for t be if anybody will tend him a will aead them a copy of I mother came near retained lo aak do of altitude of profound attention as 1 u as bepan to brighten with when one day in came tlie town with a printed w ill in bis Hed found that we one more cow than the law and be had come alter I thought poor marm would a gone full so bad an I n won j with all and sbe a wid 11 e r It c i m e 1 can tell v o n lint tbe mine and whal sbe do but gue it up There stood bei little on the as if I were a the bare thought of bav ing the cow drove and wan poor wall her Apron up tj bur a sobbing so pilli I couldnt sland it mv heart rose like a roasting of I determined the i aud lhal hard wot king woman should have enough lo con or no conslable said till I drive np cow ebes hard to He sal Maim and the chil dren began lo sob aud ciy I tell j ju U was aa cruel as the I to woo 1 and took the axe from between tbe and in tbe edge of ihe woods i 4W ihe old cow and Ibe ou o I b Ibe old cow lid I a bell and tinkle she moved hor want to my I had to ol warm au 1 ibe beloru 1 could gel courage ty go aud nub ilia to encourage me I and like n all tho dealing Tbe old an I iho heifer were close by browsing on tho sweet bitten I came I bey bulb slopped and stood ut me with eai not sv w as it key wondered what I waa Here across her and tbo color her as if sbo was a of tears nub greal Drapery It was enough to break any heart to see ibal old we to milk pail 4 the axe in nj what U add He doubles bis fisl when i k ur mv i ont of ar out of his nurses As soon as u begins I to it lakes two to keep i and are to him be breaks them all gels inlo vonis one two iot tor and lianil 1 Tumbles every stair ITI tho in Ins to a HI and always baa a 1 and a blue spot u bis ir I THF AGED CHILD On tbe this adolescent 1 it of humanity in lo slow to tumble the time be learns to double bis lt b going to scad U twig Uef Ebe 4 is half the an 1 it him a week to gel over it Tbe child docs not he only He never finds a mouse bole inl Joei not know tbe uf a Tbe aged child U sub servient to bis gi THE An unpleasant but a common of genl fondness 4 pi u ale of bis and as ibe la or getting you way in lohe your bearing il ou CAI His poor luis ouy left lo an inch of MU face both ears hia both eyes and if ever cat needed she Tlie child lias qualities winch he by ing I J O al the monn he is of a tmn and cries for ihe He u in In in an tba can feel a uose j t pulU bis THL G j 1 bless al in bee lua all tbe baking luud in nab a lor aud a laugh foi MIC Every body lUi ou oJ i m n ben he Little of from Uis and tbe child a dimple in bia to tbe colder bearta of Pain falls more tbe neives uot al The sonny child u a dia mond of tbe first ea ibe necklace of tie is a making us believe iu aod lie is a bit of ptat Hit kitten is krim and a puffed out Hu bim III go Cmu a like a U forever oft OAa OB Oan roil bim I ready to liH jAk pardon for ud tVr bonnet by without vio WM ioat alana bors AM them tf to a
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