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   Weekly Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - September 20, 1862, Placerville, California                               THE WEEKLY MOUNTAIN T; BUT, KIOHT Oil WRONG, OUR COUNTRY. VOLUME w All I" UV Hi.lSCLS 1AE. t -v The Cobb family were at breakfast. j 'A little more irravy, if you said Mrs. Cobb. As sde raised her plate there ws.- a loud, single knock at tiie great front door, which opeiud instantly, apparently of it- l wtU be laattf ta-- Self. il'.-. Mr. -aii) Mr Cob', to in a di.-iippoiiiicd tone, a- though he iiad expelled to see the Secretary of raaUMn TT J at least a niori.iiig, Mr. he. Iktaa. 'Vour Servant, ctariHCiTi. returned the vir.it..r, sUmpii ihe siiow PLACERVILLE, EL DORADO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, 8EPTEMBEK 2ft, 0fDte takC' thv' Mr- I don't b.en thmkiug. if >ou are agreed, we will i I 11 f u- po.-itrtu here cou.-iu put up at the tavern during remainder At the I Mr. tt piam-td On- live-, but it's ,-omcvvhcre among these et our lour, and not Vousin' any more.' uneasily toward the window, and Mr. ere hills; and or.e thing I am certain. L r 1 from his Ixxjts in the saline emphatic man- that he Ile was so Urge a .IL> ihjj s r. hair ttltt W tl' TAIN UkH.XKlt .1 1. 1 .i not ki-> 'K left a.la aim Witt JW nv Vol. L- ft HoPkiV- -ir L. WAS far Carts, Etc. to be lie I'jipo-e-I ill iven tt Lu i, at m -j :i H.Mil t" M.IIII ll.n iii l.il :il K. WlUl tK-. II WlUJt' WILLIAMS WILLIAMS. A T T rt r, S K V A T -LAW. llaiU.: Ma a itrt-ct Ptac-r- be procci ded business, ai.d thf reax.n I calle.l so early ti.i- iu..ri.inr'. i.- to Kavc talk witii on ab ,-vit v in j V'lin.: t., take a lair -tart to n.ui iov. inuri.ii.g lor Vermont, to look tor sonn-. I bvluve I am i.ul iu lioiikii LT uaol morestotA, liici'ifjij I tailed in to -ay It you wan; to join me in un expedi- tion i f tl.l- kin-1. !'v liaiiy t., ;ib :ny tr.ftat pa.-: iv iiiori i ;4. I am a n.an ..f lew Word.-, ilo s.-tl ye- or Neighbor C t. ..k a to con- Will m allt'ir f.uri- J.i.lit-al then toli- rn-d i! 11.ore ftovk, ill ii. t -.v but ai- aiiv liiii.-. I.. 1. irvti-'.v' I Mam bavc t.ni: you ju-U it I t.vai.t to an cnriv -rnt.'i Mr. villr, tup Altoftif j Grreral. JOHN B. BLACKWELL. ATTUKNKY-AT LAW, of Mt-u I jnn.Il) THOS. J. OBGON. T T O U N E Y A T L A W F. A. HORNBLOWEH, fORVI-V AM> AT LAW, A: 1'ilut II. il, ti A. C. fEABLE. A T T O U S E T A T L A W S. W. SANDERSON. ATTORSEY-AT-L AW. in b.oclau' Bj.JI'ng l. JuUa IIIMV. HUME SLOSS, A T T 1) K N f. 1 s A T I. -Will [trarlir. .1: af I 1 IMi   t'l North aitl- Jl i Placcri ;1- CHAS D. HANDY. AM) ATTUKN'KY-AT-I.AW. in O D-.ra.lj liU StuD> I a-'t-rv :'.v. O. D. HALL, O. TALE, Ijw in all ...irtf nf I tab. I and Virginia 1TJ. H. K- SHEABER, NIITVBV rfr.i.l''- at Mam tlreet. thrr the i.iinn.i-ter- li.e oat'i he f l.jAvl it ac'.iveli doorway. At i.reciseiv. un tin- in tb'_- i.! i. ..iy st.n. at a ,ia- z iji-tai.t-e I v ,..v n., Mi. 'itl.ue Mr. I'.-b vtiiii .-.il y.v-t, for i.e lia-1 11 iiii-'. :.i tl.eir mi r> w i..-n f, fro-l-kitii had been   lore nijhifail they r.er.r an .11 a; town, u Li re Mi-. d.i you -iy t-i ,-ivj- g 'I am ;.gieed to Mr Wi-jjin. how it, bnvc your fo.k- -liaw and pio'tt-i-der et. I expect they are fue- iian ie.l people, an-I r- i- .niitr a hkvlv ---rt of a :nan, I should judc, nv vt hat little 1 hnvj -ten of bun. in At liotttc, 'til l DK- I- 3. TITUS, fi um >ua "Etc. BOOK HTORE, Afur st-Cie ii.ijulry a- t.. the Cray an.l him pung -toi.ped in front t( doctor .-tat I'll run n. a-'- I -ee il tin an- -a said Mr. C, bb, whil.- Mr. U i.-.-i., iu'id in tin- -jray ht'r-t- with all i.i> mijt.t. i -bouting r-'Wlii-n. wbnr! i n Inch had tin-, llvi t oi making i.im _ (and rear, tiiUa chouii rus mettle t-> tin H.. j.., of Ud WorlU, i A perl colored uir'. answered liit Jour bell, with her Iliad thrown bark asUi'msrh 8CHOOI, BOOKS. an IKKS, IPTHIIT. J   EBB CELLAR when she came in, but showed no an- noyance, welcoming her husband with graceful ease. Mr. Cobb made her acquainted with an A KOHL.EN, at M-mtiuit! I old neighbor ol his, Mr. NVi.'gin at Ica-t Cellar OLD on he did, and Mrs. acknow! WHOL0ALC RITTAII. DEALER til i Vfur-vlf to ri chair. Mi. anting but he pieferied old hat nil l.i-hi-iiil jaw- o, as K-ur- IT ?Ai Tmtffifco men. Cobb said: 'alien In? Doctor has a barn a horse out h. re that I it is about fod.li ring tune.' 'I mistrust a lillie liay wouldn't taste bad to tiiij Mr. li.e shall be obliged to ;.-k you to take your horse to c.f tbc hotels, as Ihe D-K-tor has n extra stall- in the observed Mrs. lljnver- in a court, ous lone a.- though she a.-eu.-tomed to coat iu-i- hii-t.aiid'.- Mr. -trode orl', -horkeil.it nl.at seemed like inhoMiitahty, lo him he would ma ie a .-ubie t.f his bed-room if f-J'ff-r o> but out "f re.-pectxo Mr. Oobb he m.-i.lr n-> of di-eouititure. I about, we shan't be bothered with any of >arn We've j thai na-ty ,-iuelling stult' f.ir to iight lip expect tin- mom- and t.'iere won't be niuie an.l .-liveware on the tabl clo Otis trv. nu-e was n but nft.-r lo.-ing Jr. acral at II.g It IUIgQt, lo IU Wu'lk UVVaV of U virfiata IK.. '1 may as u ell be brief and come rijrhi _ to the point I ;iiii n plain ii.an, :i- you know neighbor Cobb, ai.d H h'-ll I have .-ar. sj.Citl; out a k S ftUITH i. _.. ii He II say, without the Cereiiioi.v ill d ver that certain one- of our :u Oawee, on oloann Hirrrt. won't call t... n.itnv-- oti t'-.i- nco-i-ion, _ but you 1 meuu well l.y :i MI nU-n wi-aken mu-eles i.f hi-; nerk and eyelids, H hich i ave i.vL.i c lu his Polly. Wh.-n t.v- r, tun ,--1 v. Mr. Tobb from caring for tiie Mr-. wit- not in the piirli.r, ,-.nd 'liil not :it in-ar until tea-Illne, tt l.lv h set m-d a tnlioo- H lille t-j iiivii vino iiiid fm-td the north ttii.d day -ii.-l, at li.e bad intin but coid doiiiln.iit- ami i-bi-e-e -in.v. Titelablr, eovel. il elegant Wn- Ullii Mlver al'd but, all-! tin.- s'l. i.-ol br. :.d !-o n- tnuti 1- li-il, I'll warrant you thai. Cou-in lo.U-i an'l none of your stuck up jteu- or 1 al.i iiii.-ti.kcn, I h.-u.'t s. en l.one ol ttu-lli thisetnelily years.' The f- r iou.-in tiii-' I.. lonj: and trea.-lu-r. u- one lhe way several tirm-, nnd a hvtve north-ea-tfT till fir into the i venii.v, tbey oaine in Mtrht of a dim wbii-h Wa- .-uppu.-ed to show tiie haven they sou-lit. Mr. U jumped fioiii the sleigh. fJtJ. I.i- way to the door. nil ins whip.stalk. 'iAie ca'S w'as an.-aered diie  tune wa.- so ta- up that really Ue l.-i 1 more r-.al, ai.d t'-i'L" iy t-iiine ;n vi iti. tin r ('.era: H.I- above siii" C.bb, i b. it tl.i.i t the 1 gin, tui i.ing a1, i >ur i an h hem to uititr to retuin. bid uirtetly, oar-i- nkne i the .--a, emu- r wise: ;t y.u t f..r tli.in. 'Hi ii, Hi. i: Ai.d ,-ui'e and .i.'-h thai. 1 in u It -.tt.nl t b.: to il iy i- I !i tiie i ,iv lor- e .-.inn :AV ;t ;y..l lure a- ve nri iu lii i-hed .-piakiiv joy of tteiiollie In Ja: 'Mile I. from tiie old li-iy Mate in tills st to -ee u> omy Hunk on'i h.-.ii euuy retired the i but iii- b- -I-r.....u kltrii-. ii bei iie did to di---- b.-foiejoir... with hi- wife'-. now, 1 never ilhf! '1 Ins Is b, tier :i jruM liiamonil, aii't it, llep.-y? ho'd a be- it! Citan tin- oM Mute. v iiai.'t l.a.l -i :i- a i-o'i-j-i see u- tiie-j ten year-, Irivv wi- II -p-y Kveii Mr. Vi'ij.-.siin. witii all hi- power oi td lor a nl.iie, but he look of the lir-t lull t-) r-.-iy be ha i :i tiitnd in hi- at tiie d..or. I ii.t-ri-a.-ed tiie 'Tl.ink of that, cou-in to see us! Two on 'cm in one IKi'e, wake up, fliiliirin, ue'te LOUS- in.- from to see u.-.' i.lle Hli.l bunks gave- Up an im-redible numi.i-r of w bare-tooted occupants, was nl the welfoiuiiiK Mr. Cobb. in! wa.k in! ili.n't stop to i t si.o-is o., i..u -i..ivi i powerful jr ad to you. ;ind ,-o i- llep.-y.' 'So I be, -iiid proud to know that you took Uie j.ain.- to come aiul see poor folk- iike llip-ey, foi-w-.-iid witii .-iiabin iii dvf about ii- r foim, and i.vt a bit of pi-li.-li in her inannt-r; yet with r-Uv.ii citn.ialily and tt of nesrt Unlit- i'V iiji iiui.i, care-worn lace, that she M iit.td irouiely to the weaiy Ihe poor room, ton, nith its uneven lioor ami .-c-inty furniture, looked cheer- A ot 11 may be con soimg to some busy people, w ho groan over the lo-ses of time occa.-ioned by the visits of to know that similar feel- ings have been experienced ago, as i.- icVcaled by a cut ivti.- lu.-ciiptton di.-- t-tnere.i ainni-g the i uiii.- ot Pompeii: 'I be cxcivatioiis .it the binied cities of Pompeii, Ileicuianeum, Pozzi and Cap Ua ale going un with teneued vigor.under the stimulus ot an appmpriation of money fur the purpose from the Italian govern- limit. Heritofore Naples has had the work under her exi-lu-ive care and con- tii'l. At Pompeii new fre.-foes been di-covercd, and lime i- an in-criplion un jhe nfiat sonic as "Otin.-i- Vif locus non est. Morator." This uiay be translated This place is not the inzy. LoaUr, depart." This ti.'ii i- a- for industrial U ..f modern nine-, a.- i: w for tho-e of aii eient I'omjf ii. Its di-covery is inteie-'- ing, lioui the fact ll.at it shows h naluie wa.- the same eighteen centuiics :igi< in iialy. a- it i- now in AUK r'.  Mie in niLriit'- tipp'.-tl llji tile sil in liie in tliv by i- a t-i ..-oi too, i-n'i lit-p-y. lookiht: at Mr. t'os.li, a- What }o-j flice." h I laiiL'b at :i man who cxpec's po- sition to command the re-pect winch bis and ijuaiilicatioii.-! A repailee we prtsuiiae to be an imuie- diate and appropriate reply to an ation. upon the rapidity of the of workii-g of the uienUl powers, which seem lu rather faster with uome people ihau with olbvrs. We were once lldint; iii an oid stajje eoacil ith a woi thy f-iimer the mud wa- very deep, and our progress at the rate of '2 4" ini'i- per ho.ir. To our impatient s a.- I wiirii we .-hould riacli our de-tliiation, the old msi. lepiivd in a .-low tone, tt bu ii mil not lie hi- words, "I never allow my mind i travel any faster than my body." I per-oiK, however, seem to have an elteliit- furii-i.t of wil, wliich tiashe> the iiioineiit it n.uet- ai. oppo.-mg oi.e and it our pupo-e Inie to in, a lt-u- of this sort ol -w.v. v'liich we wotiUi authors prop, r credit if we knrur their names; be- VV lib tile tW o l.-l L'ili.hs, Which Cull- n it hi- i. i: oi.t -ucu a atalogue, i-ir n- t'..-y :.n. Kir-t, hi- r> ply wh.n he tor conniii; in to bu-ines- at the I mi. i ISw.v.v .M> very late in the luorn 1 a! avv very n.ooi. ana that .-tin 'jiitiy crowded All 1 don't know how il l.- Hiti. otiur but that last oy-ti-r le did the lor It I- lel.ited of some friends ol Cainpb- thc author of in his loom after a supper, ti.at one of number hud ll.e mi.-loi- fine t-i i..il tjown a flight of '1 p-iv t. alarmed at the opened lii.- lioor and bai's tiiat 'Ii- J loi.ini; the im- Il.edlilte leply of ill- ti iel.d. Sl.vll- .i..n i- to have reurtiked, on .-i ciow-dtd cominittee-rooui, in parliamen- tary U ill some me-nber move tii it I may take a Also on being i.-kv-i! how '.lie seu.-ilive Fox would take u .-alary provided for iiim by his charitable friends, leplied- "Quarterly." A poet, desirinjr a compliment, to nis recently puuiiaheil poeui j of that vou read my -cvnt into Hell 1 should like to .-ee it." replied tiie wit. A prosy member of pai.iament having asked Have y -ii re.-id my last speech he 1 iinvi-." Two Nevv mini ters were by u vviieii tiie ol ivl oim a-kcU llel'e Would MI i.e if lii.-u :ree bore It.-proper Iti-ir.i: .'iloiic, was tiie in.ii.ciiiale i'-j'iy. An lii.-ii gill al play u buuiiav x.V.i- iirCi'stud by tile (Joud IIIU1- .-.iiiL', of the uit-ekly Illol IiHijT, fiitliel." flit-lids mevtmg, I i.'uve ju.-t met a man who told inu 1 looked urtly hku "'lei; me vviio it wa.-, tli.-it 1 nny knock him leplied the ii lend. Don't trouble he, "1 tii.l ti.at al once." Xlie eelc- liratvil iJavid CiovUit, oil a me- ol a to ti.at ol one of his lellow- Turning, he savv titt l.ml ovv-i-ijeard I'eiuuiLs; lo Ili-ike u.iittels piej.-'il.t, he kiio-v winch to to, you or tiic it.i.i.Ui-y. Two tieacoiia were once tool M wiaflc M tlw fcr The following bit at Kreau, UM comes from the Near rJigland. Tlw negro M htvt I tlretr'ttete M OM Congn-so, was too strong evei. for the Ab- froo Mrtk Iii oiu.ji. r> -iitie i miewbat of doobdal .v ra utsoi-v oui.-e'.vis o.n.forta- ble. If you would like ton tire btfore we return, (jcral.iinc will sliow you your '1 rev-knti tii.-e i-re w sill: I'o'.oiiti t.-i-tv t.. a 1, but pvc got.it. piuin farmer living, and tarnu-r manners.' remarked Mr. as he blew out lhe gas in his bed chamber. I will not waste jour lime de.-fribins the state of tiie attiio-phere in the h.-n-e, by time li-raidine hnd discovered wi.icii ca- j ipe w leaking, exce, t lo-ay wiili Mr. U lhal 'it .-c.nled most inii-t try to f.lf n- i arly a- we t ati ti.i- >ai-i be, tie- tore cm m a.h'-p. 't-.- Utit not ball liopelesn being ac- i a- he wa- to the iiu illy l.oii.-e- wiferyof Mistic-.- I'oily. It AII- ijuitf nine o'clock liifore break- fast w us served, and it consisted uf vval- lles ill.d 'll cvt-r come OK. r.nv, von alway.- tii d lite UCvIi string out, uiih me and my wile natiy to rituin this fivor, .liter our plain, poor, homespun said Mr. in iii-whoie-soiili-d htvir ty by way f A- he .-poke, e Kane.I back so h-iiviiy in tin.- dining chair, th.it frail framp-wnrk lav. audible expres.-io.-i of di-.-ali-f.ii'liitn and it is all tin- kinder in bun to come out of the way to see poor l.kt- u-. that an't i.J lilood to rtplied 11--ps.-_y. putting ihe cuke before the tire I-, bake, in a .-pnler. l.eii iloi.e, it ,va- with milk, and i.-ittii with reli-ii cousin Otis and iii.- admiring family looked on, con- An act in relation to-colored people. An act in relation to contrabands. 38. An act concerning ni-rgt-rs. o'J. Resolution of adjournment. Ameiut-rst disputing about the proponed siteof a new j GoCTne AND Goethe iy s a at [ieatiloU, X. C., giav lhe Ur.-l i is so friendiv and kind lo me, that I don't f in that ground as long know how [o thank him sufficiently, or 1 live." an obstinate said what to do to deserve it. In the forenoon tiie second. If my life is will.'1 hu likes me to play to him the composi- lions of the various great masters, in chro- order, for an hour, and also tell I him the progress they have made, while he sits in a dark corner, like Jupiter To- tracts. 2-t. An act authorizing the issue ol more omnibus ticket.-. An act declaring white men almost as ctiotl as mggeris, if they bthave thein- selves. An act to repeal the i.-1-nise of the Constitution relating to the admission of new States. -7. An act to repeal the rest of the Con-titution. Hesolutions pledging the Govern- :in nt to pay for emancipated niggers. An act authorizing the President to kept him for years. pay for said niggers. (Went under.) are "wre "omadic. and make their meiits where they pay the best learned from the a-dars everybody reads the paperM. A. thorough, gymemafi uUr plan of advertising, will ways build up a business; and t in a year or two, of a magnitude tent which would take long yean tit aw) An act to confiscate things. ol. Resolutions explaining thai some otlier tilings are not meant, oi. An act in relation to niggers. An act to make i.iggcrs white. An act to make 'cm a litile whiter. An act to wake 'em a good den! whiter. tablish without advertising. fjrivarded the foiloHing MaMMiic item, for tli- truth of which he vouches: A littlo cirrumstanre happened at James 1-iand after the battle, wh-rh I mention, thmigh it may not inti le.-t you. Si.-.-oi.s of tin- UN ell- I-land :M was bearer of a ting ol tn.ce, aivoinj.ai.ied by three other ail happening to be Ma.-ons. The rebel -nJeiiiiL' ev. iy moutliiiii i-ileii as ,111 espe- I hapjiy to meet iavtir ainj oompiimciit lo thrm- t elvc-. tho meal was ovt r, with ready rc.-koiied they bo tned, and wonMn't lev! like vi.-iting any more that nii'nt. 'I am to hnve turn into bly. can pet alonz well enough tu campdovvn the rhiidrt-n. It would be kinder handy to b-ive another room, hut 1 hope will Jim up wilii this set-ins as we mo all together, as it w ere.' eariness of body and a clear con- ollicer liiat came down to meet .'lap- peiitd to be ,1 Ma-on iilso. Maj. Si-.-nm rtrm-iikcd, "I by tfm f firry I ii-ive tiie honor ofmeetmga Cialts- msn as well a- nn enemy in war." The rebel ullicer You do, and i am you a- such, and regret that t-orupcl us to nuvi io any other tliai. the 1 such are tin- f.-rtmie.- of war.' U lull- they were avvaitinjr answer the rebvl .itli.vr -i nt after some mole Ma-on.-. they cracked a of wine an 1 .Iiank srnd she hospitn- I to liic ''f'tl' of the CialUruen, uheti.u- 1 in pi-iicc or war.' The rebel ofli.-ei re- take the New Yolk paper- rccular, and should we find your tlovvn a.- prisoners we will remember you s'tio.iid your names t'-cape oil.- no- tice, s n.l u- y..nr cal.l-. Maj. S. thanked them for their kindness-, but Sw corres pin.dent ol tiie liattfoid wriun liom Xnricb, Uio illowing singular cu-tom> ot that 1 in re are ,-ome ,-trange arid many beau- lifui cu-toms regai.ling liiebioial ol tile dead in An i that can be Miiely numbereii n iKr the first head oc- curred last week in the liuii.il ol an in. lant, dying unbaptized, and alllio' ti.e child ol C'.ii.-tiaii was hot a burial, or u com- mon ttitirrni scrvirf; it otir.g law in the t'ai.ton that children mns, his old eyes dashing on me. II did not wish to hear anything of lieetbo- vei.'s but I told him 1 cuulii not let him and played the pan of the sym- phony in C minor. It seemed to have a strange effect on him. At first, he said, causes no but a.-tonUhment; it is only 'jnuutiuto.' lie continued grumbling in this way, and af- Ur i long pause, Wpttit It4a very wild it makes one fear "TiiePuvsioLoov or old physicians taught, meaning holds good, if I'll irjihrninlaT.V'li a little or' of life, is as the degree of blood in the arteriei "DariBg anger, fury, trials of slrer righting, a large amount lected in the arteries, the_____ bodily strength requiring it, an4__ is sent into thr veins. This coodil constant with intrepid persons." the arteries hold the blood, UcouranM adventure possible. Where they pocv unrestrained into the wins, the I low and feeble. For performance L. mark, it needs extraordinary bealtiv There is chance in results. adults, as with children, one cordially into the game, and the whirling world the others ban and reTTftlti dragged in by the humor and (i. H4o uuiiiur TivBl buried privately and alter dark, tillHl "ouse ls down and those who car. carry a dead weight --.or Lot H..I-..I- nt ijat must it be when by a num- oi.i____ i_ onsecraled but never in in tilt.1 .'I 'i d, u- li.i- con.v-r set apurt tor Ihe slumber pracu ot tho little -ones t- poetic- a'.ly ,1. A sluiieiii of the University w.-i- burit-i! ye.-t, i day. Ills it-mains were lolli.'.ved to Il.e giayo by ali his school who, after tiie body ll.c of men together.' the nimst or another to it again." mule very humble lately CM mice that still dwtll: hi valley of I found Schil- Wilhelm and reading it over again, I was anew enchanted anil it be when played by a num- j ,irst wealth is health. Sickni Ihirinj' dinner, in j spirited and uiyect, bu alluded husband its resources to I have been by a chance oc- on my mind. Bvt or fullness answers its own to spare, runs over, and neighborhoods and creeks of other necessi i science brought uiUnmbled informi d them they although a .-torm ot wind how ltd in at the broken win- ilown the chimney, until, lime, m.-rniiij; and ho- and snow an at the pr ing w.th it l-iir and a luvakt-i.-t ot po'.a'.oes ro.i-ted in the and gar- ninl t-ij w uh salt. in bo; t'i vi-it.irs. lliu rickety t-i- bio via- cm i red with a sheet, taken from tho bed: liip-v ate her with a ling-.- biitchui's knife and unalloyed sat- II. were reckoning in i.-ontrs in the wrong col- and a.-.-ured them tfi-i' tfity, ttltcit I'dn., should be dealt as they had proitii.-i-d to do by him and the posited in the earth, repaired eu io by such a glorious work of art, a fashionable city saloon, where they had a" "le are, and fervor it otlen Iwlrl their i display K An vXbrt-M-Mwt of GoettleV SMld- oftcn held their scholarly carousals in company with lhe deceased; they called wcurred to my mind. In the coarse for refit shim nt- and xvir..-, w'lirb they i about Schiller, he had been able to sup Hi icusi. An Knglish papir -.iy- that recently an old man named t'ln-rn tt, n-.idi'-g at' Can ford n, Kt j'ntiil, had tiie mi-fnrtiim- to Io-e hi.- and :n proof of his utiVlion f..r I.er whom lie had sworn at the altar to love an 1 cherish throni-h life, he performed dr.-illltd, :ine'tii.-ly tl'i-h-d ihind tii-m ;ln- n- a r of i iet-i-. J( and ns their last hijil1 !ilat ali -tan iiiifr. they -v ttto every year, be- t-iiiply a ti.oii-- Recreation of i is absolutely necessary MB minds and bodies tention and labor. wisdom consists in temparing out tions. There are orous. that they avoid an J riiihii.y dare not but abandon lawtal pnrtook of it vv .-imu' let- t th, and students to m .v.- val pla.-e.it. tiie Iir-' ytt produced anything of of.i ,i, i-.e aai.u. I-.H v ..f i.i- all my works seemed isola- he nwnly, moderate, le.tti, liny hi.- i'.i ol in It- ioL 'oo.n.ust one day sup- lawful. If your life be ply something. Pray do not think Ibis, olber poems. This business-like ti rm struck me a.- tiie more remarkable uf ofTending. These an btwd on reading this fresh, vigorous work; and 'f not tyrants to themselves; wb such energy seem.d to me wi-n lerfuily i pretend to a mortified KtrictncM, It i- ,1-toin-ii y >1K'n senn.. to me wi-n eruy e Krcne et tD.-etlnr in't'.e n'dTe-'i- lhal as if in the course of my injurious to their own liberty, of their Maker. pii.fi-, 'aitd we l.nd out l-> rail her llep-y alltr me, bi.t it don't make no odd.-, fir wt- had ju-t as lives saxc it for the ncx'l somewhat ainaxiil, wondrring whnt the two were, when the old man in- formal him that I been wt re <-chooi-f Hows of tii, lrc-s  it in the name of Oat. Henrv Ward Beeefcer il IM IbowtH the Bible gnsurined IM wtwM throw it Don't you where we brinft up If vtpnam Ivw of UM lant) inteHerw with of Senator tkrowa it away; if UM Taw of Ood, intarferea with i Ribility Hictiton tlw lootM i the i hand into l a proposition to make to said may be with you, or what your thoughts Mr. Wiggin, as day light began to fail. 'I may be, hut my mind and opinion is, that put up .-il your cousin's last Light, what, for true, hearty, friendly, thorough hos- d-> you -ay to pulling up at MV cousin's pitality and cordiality, jrivc the poor to-night, neighbor t'obb rather than Neighbor t'obb didn't know as had 1 trans- poor Ihe WMllhy in this world's any objection, but preferred to leavo thc auatli-i-altugclUcrwilhi.ini. Then it is settled in a tc'.v words We After another pause, and drift conijuered, be continued: rnweTcr, and fnrthi-rniorc, T have ____, ____ of random shooting formctl into a orderly, gontloand re- remember ever lo have heard of DC- fined community. j curred during Kurragiit's run of the hlook- _ ado Vicksburg. Just as his lUg-sliip To ri.lrculc old age is to pour cold wa- tbc ITurtford, reached thc inirMIr of the tcr on tho bod where you must sleep. river lhe city, a nhclf struck one of her guns which was being lowded fair Wsare never satisftod that a lady un- in the muxzlr, and pacing into it eiplo dt-rstandu a kna we have it from i dcd, and lii-r own lip-. ,nin unj PREITT Of all other may, in liax, prow twW; tat te tlw cnuittrnaocv of WOBBM ihara M which aeu wearineaa at tn beauty." Mya Jukii mv IEWSPAPES!   

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