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Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 15, 1854, Hamilton, Ohio THE HAMILTON cr DARK EH AT FOLLOWING ASD Alier ami tlie a Alter ilia 3 HI who iln give to tlie contrary arc as wishing their II order the of their tlie may tu until If to oilier u Inch are thu r la turn ami iho are Mii er mutt EVERY TUESDAY OFFICE ON SOOTH AM. OK 01: 01: A. D. 1814. 71 y Home in thu cr u. 11. Jtv the the uf life At thu ushering in of Where the mountain nnh r Mts rocky Where the In thu AUGUST 1851. NEW VOL. 41. in fair civ niv oft the dark nf with a As My in the uay I'll Ami thu 11 1 I'll liable to r the Tis thi re 1 hue to 1 to Evening Tar in a nnd u intU a t full and the old nf my in could kite havo 1'or years sho sued the even tenor uf her and of several I that 1 told that tho deformed brother was and that the lady ed so for the jwor a body would have thought cared fur nothing in the world but I wasat the imaginative age of and I now began to conceive this idea of this individual had for yean been my paragon of romantic after liad renewed my familiarity with my old had to the music of the pine heard the birds in the sugar the xx hidings of the brook in I had delighted to wade I a and had thing uu to and soothed to iu had ascertained by that the in the bed of the firm and and the in its easily then I resulted to make the I started bright fully prepared to enjoy the mm mci of perpetrating the secrets of her As I one glance ti the impression its on tier refinement of and with and 1 was There much anil freshness then mid- she could been content tu bury herself in that When I of the deirth of congenial society but when our physician said it would b for ona of hU to live In such that thu of lilting tip tha old ami tho out-of-door life ho would thin lead might up and add tu 1 op. it no brother did not atone through tho deep of Though ho it 1 too had been a now bu bid 1 listened to tho of a hid my succeeded in the object of bin I felt free to but now the path of duty only If it had tho end and aim of my to lighten pathway tho much moru funning a tio h for my home of haxe in the and my brother felt that hu could live Ni mutt shu proved for and as her A thousand Of ami untroubled I Health j wandered in the direction And Hupo among thu hills and an open Poll MIHS nn the the mould tin ir nests The is And untie the t far from the and clash Jly fancy n him this rude I this I reath of And uf rarly And the wild glee of the littice xx ith richly v 1 hear the distant Thin uur Inn 1-cwil. With lite To bUss me And And arm in ami the old We 1'rueliini the ihm O In When 1 And filt her soothing When for rny thirst her iv that the adjoining room was fitted tip ns 1 a The tilled with choice the rich crimson lounge and arm the in the and the bird cages just made the so charming that 1 did not she never cared to visit the neighboring where a-s well ns only of the day was in the meed or not primly and old j but seeming as if placed in just the spot most i favorable fur use and The toilet my hid she been in the could not havo been in moie j i or iu purer her to the country one of the ex of her as and luxuriant as those uf a her greatest lay in her conversational 1 can only that they me. When 1 rose my hostess kindly sured me that my had given her and urged me tu repeat it From whenever I out fur a morning my horse's feet xx ere pretty sure to tread the green turf of Alton's hwn before Jits heid turned in J one of our interview she gaxe me the i lowing of her j of my father I have a dim J hew and for 1 by him ed to and ex en ten x ean thu happy and during that time my brother to the which live er thill he lie that hu had living and looking with faith to Him xx ho thu resurrection and the he been without to lean liow mx life luxe 31 jy liod bless return to ety now I asked after a my h iid ith a it truly become ter ko of as unlit fur in thu with and fora A brought an action ron tho MIC resisted by pleading the Hut surpassed thu following which we find related it the of the law uf which oc curred the other day in the court o an unfortunate tailoi sought lo recover tho sum for furnished to an ingenious than any other class o are tho at the mercy of accomplished win ply their calling when haxe on been paid in the to the unfortunate tailor im- no that he ha I of he the order and dt the Poor man! Me knew nothing of the working of under he of the of every one of by u of he is to ac When lie had proved hU ns he foolishly sui he was the of w htch he had on tho garments fer haxe taken place that to back and notu nuke me feel ii tho once I afraid to linish the thu amount of ed without The eyed thf lawyer Mich lo do with thu tlm I sh ill and thu learned to the of certainly to the of tho m to quote acts of William the and thu gix ing in each chapter and tho most cool and prox ing the making of Vloth decidedly and that thu unhappy MI far from being in a to not only forfeited his but had rendered himself to for miking of a and the I not all alik buttons or button or hound or or any A In the year 16OI, when Con of thu American squadron in th was gaining a glory alike for an nnd for his Lieutenant Com had cumman under of thu a schooner of 1 ing the which had occurred w ith thu had great bravery No. 1 and to th that a happy result might lily In obtained by thu ketch In a craft of about 73 thu which tho had aud burn thu frigate her into thu harbor under the nail of the in direct contact wit I the entire marine force of the And in the autumn all with j And Thu strict Thin on my i t nf Till in trailed 1 n rural J. J. A. and I felt that he forget though other under the of v Fl t Ii I f ll it f lings for and provisions further direct that no can fur m ule At the this a according to the proceeded from the in the laughed but the Tor these glibly xx ere no laughing The judge found that h id passed to the button in the goud old days of had been and the that the tailor and impudently told by the mm said that would be with I w Uh he remained that lie might come and claim to think woman's life is imperfect without but I assure you that 1 on contented to the close of any such Such total would hardly add to my 1 that I lo bu imro useful than 1 am at nnd of a charity Would jou come and help teach the children of this him that be proceeded l the nius tin My brother two yeirs nnd on j of my nnd for they for the of thu i acts to commend him to my know to bu grateful for Mich in the makes him unduly she i and appreciate it be the nim of your life to guard Vou don't Know the j him from all I feel their that hts life will not be rents I can do but could 1 hit active mind and ardent feelings xx ill near1 in awakening iu these children desire for out feeble Tor his I could the seed would hive wished to lix that I might him up and bear fruit w hen I am de from any remark that would wound hit j Header idic did nut engage in the work uf tlo Will my try to j but it was in mil my and I to than the barefooted children I would haie of that A gentleman came me and I die I lily and pleaded fur the and I knelt I htr aid iu the of his four her holding her already icy h md that it haul to wv him I m I breathed a prayer that my And when lar away from tho strife and bustle of city et's liod would and watch oxer me in to and told her how there lies which proportion as I supplied my had buried their mother far summer xx ill be to A wa stood Hut one not the charm j beautiful that beside her ly and mine to love them as onr tears fell thick and fast 1 beetles their nut l-e lo render the spot Thu on theorem inwardly my 1 them all then her her heart comfortable with the and lo devote my life tumy and and she will be a glories in the the sh nly for help to Keep it. And he had abundant er to my for When I heard the name of the gentleman orchards and further still the fields need of all my lino and of and rich loss to had thus in red rows such a degree that he shrank in dread from for if nnd over xx Inch the just freed the familiar and lor at from the or galloping time any ono but form a and how earnestly did 1 prav to complete the clear blue of the nnd him If I OCT much Tho which the it will be a highly article the nominee of its fur the of Mr. for him a remarkably honest and capable saxs in reply to charges re- the to he that it not intend to Ins We Like lo be a I rum one of Mr. that the charge in the ii of the of in th daring highly dangerous Iwing determined will whom it had tin he was nnd the preparation w ere promptly made by pounds of were first placed iu the hold of the and ibis two hundred and fifty thirteen inch train attached from tbt Kibin and Only one tin and lamented of the present to and four seamen were to hist All were now iu except he selection of the it ranie to this it man on board the taxing volunteered for the This without to the succeed iti r Two nights did the Intrepid but owing to light and amis nothing rould failures .md an movement in lie harbor after on thu third rd to that the of he enemy had and they were u the It was the general that their as MI large a ipi as was on board if would greatly lend to the he addressed his the tolling them no man need w ho h id not come to the blow Tho great which thu and announce the approaching ional elections hi thu north be to turn will be the repeal uf tho Its will 1m and by the and and will ho resisted by the Democracy und by that portion of- the bigs stand upon the uf Clay ami ami are to a union of aud Tho are to govern and those who go into the approaching contests advocating tho of this great have not been but the nnd thu that will induce Ihu und the Union xx bigs to its are clear and and ought to be mm in the north who cerely and honestly desires the and Kansas to bo and remain free territories and to free That opened up territories to incut by the free men of this are Hocking both territories bv and They make nnd by a will prohibit tho uf A vote uf the in any stato or join the day that this Union formed to the present never yet conx cried me inch of free territory t done once by when added a of the free territory cut by the to of but such a thing Im been lone by the It is far lo this of o the than it is to leave it to con- The of Nebraska and lill make territories and it won't more than two years more till will Hith Ripply to for into he 11 mou as free And all this will uvo accomplished by ill. Two more have been dded lo tlie Union through the patriotic of nhn denounced by the whigs It will all nder the of u which ex en in the lor the extension uf to talk Can il ho the hard nnd thu hard tho to thu will he HI forgotten and their former Who can take of the why anl that they tiro liv the men ye from the or Uvo letter that in by Mr. 1'ulh-tt. the litor of tlm w who Mich what change of with the that they can arm artu with th general by onj thf of with or thu as it each additional 13 nun S li lit wnu I ine H it a it IN I M All a m Iw In tit r. ft tins I havo received tho act appropriations for the and Authority of th. Ii re mu in tho of tlm and my a full fur ij iu or of M hich forMil mu to it U tu nro known f anil from a vury early o to he Thi or tha h of On of tut hill M li liui ill my tu in it in und if tiw I it of to tf in MMU tf 1 tiling ol unless tin be and tn hy th ihV 1'rt-c of is lice shion of men ii bale more than ten and during that period has acted the part chief in adding free and to the and bv and for thu the si lite on the jurt ot for which a lo 1 lie an- then is thu duty of ihu U they their i. or they 1 they disband if they I f true to there the of their worthy rr found nnd lion CUT Least of as of the Union can thy jinny into other Uni New York i- known under the name of or no of arv in their and in their liy any safo or uf nuLu a auj would of the eneral lur thu th u to Item of 1'ul.lic with to thu value ami uf U Thuru ii a on all h to 1 wilh tu mis tha to I u In- them fullr This Imro of of by the to a hvi eno of though muru or own it i. well to a of internal bv At by tho as iv render its nsu to the at fur 1 ii incumbent iii ma ent tuthe present the of who added or nil thu of nil w to be All took uf every and of add a single free or free or i foot of freu w arid to the he a and Indiana i f me and the xxi I in when ion under the go a good account of In which the Six m and nil thi and of thu of our liens weru at or nature's sweet in homes as the Sabbath day ii sure to nnd aU was and then UIB uf the o'er the 5tony or perchance tho crow of a rooster that came olf triumphant nt thu in the of our this MI unruly bear of lingo 1 he nf hs forth into thu of our anil whether his intentions weru to go to church or x Uit a to for wu one hoxx if cither was he sadly for the to the Houso of In which it and for thu son thus brieily submitted to thn tiun of tu. withhold from prox August 133 L TUe Dick or Tin summing tip of this by the 5 o'clock on j he made 1 lax in j entered thu door of our editorial as Chief at tile dollars a and iu that capacity while he from the Slate fur ho did not This we the will nut him to that The while it I knew could defend makes an up on Mr. Hi it he is a m in. unite as goud as his her itself in thu necessary for muto hid which characterized greatest around days to have their their court until iu which when Usri delivered prepared reviewing nil the material in tlm both tml interpretation of the law the in At 7 jury retired to their p. of about four t it announced they had their Oa coming they handed in n written tho ii as entire but tho dm of kittle to arms with the of confusion nnd heard from the in. habitants on To aid in the of unorder was bv Heed the appearance of The Know are a in fact l i r f ol an upon a platform of from the lent and to near came rattling ox er and around and to all hu w hether forci we heeded them I feeling alone had what haxe the v of of they have rot but hive his d his done ii things tint ought to IHJ As moment after moment pmed i Max or in nit bringing it the preconcerted signal in mm the the on became a if he might get fome tlm find Dick but he door bv murder of In he even h-a I the ns he is In to reach out his paw to wish his but not the he left followed bv t large croud healed bv tho with nnd probably too of the which tho and ho w ill from x d iy u hloh tlam thr ha would the of new The court for tho a feared than tho for n nrw nan of the thit thn M an KM that win of to the rrw In of is nn of the bv jury then ore for himself cive la tho by fer the r hers Intention to move for ix new court then n until P o'clock on the more to be African it it the wild man iho though an on the and ready to attack Tlie of hij aro longer of mi ry full grow n I e them and while tho the and their during I i hating ruled tlir motion for the st th conrt b- up lather than of that at of If that is had ns brax civ been put in w by sh ill not be The fact that the at the to the tint ir. ItU had her and fixed promenading nice enough for company every day of her we her hired girl had and then She nnd as he leaned upon must bo as well as for fche never put her hands to any dirty but nf a morning to read and She took long every a sign of an errand lo and rode on not to any of the 1'iit Just for the sake of Did and two figures so us tint ever a of anything so their WMS distinctly Incoming general air of a jion my arm nnd rd out the he said I feel that I must tell her ami something will not neon my Did you dancing to-night for a chat willi then there thc l of And she played on her they heard for themselves as plain as could she live all I not She has A brother but for tho matter of all the work he can sho might as will be von never seen you'll sco a pitiful sight when you with crooked and tho way waits on him and him t. think ho a so tender Tito ghl that often comes to our house and the me all my kindled nt the toon unfortunate living in with because the peculiar to ho from but around her could no ty in a With how much of ro- mance my youthful thoughts invested this would have been amused you are not Mid am. Vou a ctico for his I lo think uf my being willing to bear through lifo thu burden of a lucked felt my brother trembling in every and God mo fur tho I liad for the last voice tno thrillingly aud I longed to fell the xhu speak thus of the casket In which the Good Father had lo the priceless of my I worlds that ho Mil heard thoso which I knew had timo from nil society with a and lo find his happiness in w ns he said could not taunt him uith This placo had left him liy our nnd the my it our I at it K t wild and their sacred united iu the Poor In but and their nnd m their they for a and walked from to n distance of Hern the ran for lo tho ol their The remainder of the Mory we give in tha words uf the they landed at their tho IIH tip to his elUms in breeches found ho hadn't tho lo the In like a cool spring in a parching there appeared generous philanthropic men to rescue tlie loving twain from brink of woo on which they weru A sufficient to do the and strike n uf the foul n cloud uf Thn knot was tho and the h and radiating their afoot their this m irrvin for have tho August of this a well printed and is cd by nnd It. S. Address Dr. It. S. Una County ud Deli nnd each and all of whom not hold aloof from the but join the to hoodwink pro. mid nomin inch of these mid indeed from other in the names of ris and there they will until success brings them We have not room in our lo a transcript of their to that the Democratic U is md its in such U the nn ml any chart of ridn into nnd a Henry the railroad sued tho litsky nnd Indiana rail nnd hundred ami dun him for tha lo tho mother of. i was mm day number of hrr ng to and have fourteen y boys snd p i f j time uf the hid nut proceeded us Why not he he with of arm xx I w brouen for the uf his tint Mr. legs of the inn oi liis nnd and the I lh it h tinder the pf e bringi h he ind our we tho next day thut youth who liad Iven sent with orders from Commodore to after ho was in the h id him hi the nnd had Such IMS the mid noble fellows who only i u i uu their own had of of force with under the and within pistol idiot ofa nn only in kipking nnd up nn filled with 100 lulls till our gillani in thp take the tire nf tho nnd thus enable his out of i had ahead v ll. ng mom nu nnd which lit would and at last tho fierce ICM of tho could not sec. nothing lijs tho r. if tlm it IKI if Ii no put the cmt nnd I don't 18I1' If you can have tho it might If the Judges lufow nt We in this why of b inking capital it during Tlm mount of .to allowed to bo issued on without security tu tho is mnro than four a half million majority U.S. Democrat He to liquidate th he court then tin r left the xro tho iho above piece of was him m following conundrum look lutit out tho an like a it elime a Mov have re- the August number of this nn it is well worthy the patronage of this lull can arc purely at by Jethro son ir. at they were tho i plo Wh it
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