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   Mount Carmel Register (Newspaper) - April 23, 1856, Mount Carmel, Illinois                                 T. S. IlOWERS*    X  editor Alio niorniKTOii. S  Vol. 15....no 16.  Liberty and Union, now and forever, ono and ifilp£rÍPbíe.  MOCXT CARMEL, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, A Eli  0‘i  ïïfrn.  S    T E RMS:  if *1.50    ÀXStM    I*    ADTAftCK;  ... ' 2 - » 22^2-m , -■■»—< 2  \MIOLE NO 718  MMMf  p o r i r i].  To-ltlorrow«  To morrow ,frit ml,may bnf*l with light, And draw <lie iJnrkenl ▼ «il a*ide;  The longoat day Bitut have a night.  So drcamiti»»« thought« mint have a guide!  The »unhsffti* i>n the chceka of May. Their beitUnet tints irom cloll’d« vnUtt burrow;  And that which wear« a frown to day, I’crh«|i« may wear a «mile to-morrow!  *Ti« w t II that hour« of bln« »hot!Id fa d«.  And molt like rnowfi nkc» on a atrcam *Tju well iho mind ia born to wado 'i llrough ¡11« to ttat its fauti druum. The sourco from whence our trouble*  / flow—  From whence springs forth our deepest torrow,  Jn one »hurt hour with hopes mtt/gldw, And buisl in beaming «milua lo*mor-row.  ! lo»li»hly rnoniioned ilio itdfof of ; Only two of t ho couragettH young 1  Tlio Finest thing Out. | 1 lie Penalty fot getting drunk  j ghosts, something of thnt descriplion ni^ri dared approach him. Ono of I hod on nunt earning to visit me In Philadelphia, rect nliy, u ‘•mod-having been report» I n» having been ihem forced Marlin to rolox Ins hold for the first timo litico rny marriage, prate drinker,” who has been in iho »,eon in tho Vicinity of tho church- on iho throat of tho figure, whilst the and I don’t know w.5nl evil genius ha hit of setting drunk occasiofiSHy ynrd.    òthe? tore away tho folds of Urn »bout. prompted tho w iekednue-, (I ncknow I* -—Richard Tullio hv 11010'’,—wns  ‘It i» a «illy report,said Martin, nt tiial moment the bparer of the Ion- » dgo w iih tears in toy pyos that it tviis hr ought before Judgn Kelly for anti* ‘Nobody can befibvo that a ghost has tern came up. Itv light loll on the such) which 1 perpetrated towards my ICBC«, having been convicted of ae* really been theft {and I doubt if there bloud-sinined, distorted features H llife and my ancient relative.  : is anybody here b< dio ve* aitili in the Isabella. Martin uttered one moro “My doar,"sti>d I to icy wife, on existence of ghosts.’    unearthly shriek, and fell senseless tho day before my itint's arrival,  •You dc tourself—you know you upon tho corpse, lie never spoke “you know Aunt M ary is coming tomorrow; well, 1 f< fgot to mention n  HntNKDio Death uí Csrtf'ff A bofv, Mrs. Loe y Wioes, uf Groen port. I., I., whila reftrhuig up 10 tho «bel,, íthicb was over a «Jo-,o m lier homo, nccidentnMy kn H*ked the cam* phor hottío ov**r. l’s contenta wero  sault and battery with intent lo kill. Ilo had while under tho in nil** flèti of liquor, Mobbed nn otfjiMilntahce in four difi'jrent pianos. In pronnuitc ing tho sentence Judge Kolly remark-  I do, Martin, although you nrenshomed again, but lived—nn Idiot ! to own it,* tried isabella. But Mar-    A frightful contusion on Isabella's rather anhoylfig circumstance with ed;  I tin only laughed, »Como now,’con- temple boro evidence that tn his fren* regard to her. Slit's very deaf, and “It wn* niv duty, a f w dnyà ago,  to twolvo > ear a  Y till Oft uf I! 11.  OT Why is a cow's tail like the letter PI Because it 1« tho end of beef f  (TThe laiesl and moef convenient  *pi> ed up*-n her ’res), »ntufniing us snuffbox invented, is in tbo »hnpe of waiat and I'eevea, flfiil alto npftn the  n  pistol; and, hv means of a small -Who. Here it cHugh fire, tod tho  H piing, the muff is fired up the note, eimrs reaching upward, she was in-  ntnntly enveloped in them, and so so- How Delicate. Exceedingly iac j  rious'y burned, that tificr    lingering    deal Voting lady “]sn l    tin»    a very  about a fortnight in yrtnt    pain/ the    pretiy bfihy, Mr. brown?    Brown —  died la-tweek. Hef iltio    child was    “Yes, my de-nr. Boy or girl?’’    \ oung  sin ruling close by her when    the acci-     l,M ^y “tle*a-be|ongs to    the    female»  tir.urd the thoughtless girl, ‘1 can prove  Z y ho had struck tho supposed spectre although she can hrfbr my voice, to to sentence n man that you have some idea that such with tho iron bar, Tho blow uns which she is accustomed, in its ordì- imprisonment for using a kiiifo just deht happened, but ttlinoit iliirtoéillOul* 1  raua ic ' i, f  Hir * tilings may exist  On to tho church- probably the cnuso of her death; al- nray tones, yot you will to obliged to as you did. IBs caso grew out of a  meeting with a number of Ins acquaintances at a drinking shop on ¡Sunday, Tho j hce was full, and the fight was with an acquaintance.— Jus I your case precisely.    Yours <»c-  ly escaped unhurt.  I’fopio w ho keep rnmpborn ted «pir  ns in their houses do not refiect timt cu^wior» ;  ynrd a'ono hi the dark, and then di« j ihough such a grnsp as his hands    speak extremoly/ltuid order to bo  clnrc if you can, fhift you havo foil    must have given her throat might hntn    hoard. It will bo rather lueonfon-  nofenr,'    'deprived her of breath. Ho novor iont, but I knoy ytiu will do every-  j ‘Ami vrbftt wonbl thnt prove?'    know afterwards whnl ho Bod done, thing in your pov ,r ;-s*lifakc her slay  •Why, yon will ho frightened ihough f or  never a .»'earn of rertson ilfnmino. agreeable.” you sliould *eo rothing. Totttfeilffl [ ted ihn darkness of his «out; And now Mrs. S. announced her dotermina- curred near tho snme place. But would put yorr belief ‘.0 the test. How    the tolling hell lias told us that Heaven    lion to make herself heard if possible,    there    was this    difference.    Tbo    man  could you be afraid if you did not feel     m  its mercy« line finally fned the,    i then went to John T—• , who  (  you    stabbed    was    ahlo    to    ho in    court *mohoi to dm«u;vo tbo gum.  Ha';d.—Tho Library Socrety id now in full blast. Question for dir-  it is qu.tu us dangerous an article as rarnphenc. To pfeVfnl aijch casualties a*« iIim, the enmp fOr should never he dissolved in anything stronger than brandy or | roof spirtii*. Don't uik*  3Ü i s r r 11 n ti r 0 n J3.  that thero was acnietimething to be spirit from its shackles of clay, and loves n joke about as well a* any per- and testify against you—the other | afraid of ?    given    it    life    and light in n better sun I know of, told him to ho at my sent hi§ victim to the other world.—  | ‘I do not think your logic in the vvofld. beirt ifi tho r.oMJ,’ replu-d Pliartin,     -  ÖaiAurüL Cas,..tLTV.—Uti Saturday afternoon tbo wife of Thomas  laughing. ‘Men aro often troubled  The Illinois Free Banks.  ; w’i'.h fear, when their reason tells them Our neighboring ¡Sin10 is certainly there is no cause to fear. But I deny, permitting too many banks to ho os-in tho first place; that a journey to lini »^blished under thâ operation of the   _churchyard, even nt  fc ffiidmght vvoulu  Not many years ogo, in one of my j frighten mu in tho least.’  THU TOLLING EELL.  A SABBATH MORNING TA LE  “If a man boild a corn crib, doe* that give him right to Crib corn?”  OlY’ I hope you ivill be able to»opporC i»K * M?d a ycung Indy, while walk-ir j» out w ith hor intended, during tho Slirpory state of the sidewalks. Why, yes,’ «aid tha somewhat hesitating swain, ‘with soma tittle a«sistiiucu of your father.’ Tbefo wos some confusion and a profound silonco.  G£rA ln'iv made a «omplaiot it  summer rambles, 1 found myie beautiful Subbath morning the  house at C) P. H»., on tho following By the merestchai.ee yo;l Were *nv  evening and felt eomparitivolv happy, ed twelve year* impriHonmont* lion t »reiofy, residing in Quincy, 111 , wo?  1 went to the railroad depot w ith a have proved a good character; when discovered by her iiusbond. upon his carriage next night, and when I was you nro out of prison, and about to return from work, lying upon the fl mr  on my way home with my nunt, I aoid, drink again, just think that ; ou see in a dying condition, her clothes burnt Frederick t. v ,o Great, King of Pru^iu. “My dour nunt, there is ono rather the ga lows at tho bottom of yoar of? her, with the exception of a »mall ”Y</ur Majesty«” aoid she, “my l»ui-Ereo Bank L iw or the stock securi- annoying infirmity that my wife has glns&l The use of tho knife has bo-, remnant then bhumg, and her body, band tfeats mo badly.” “Thai 1* tv bnsi«. Tho bills of such issues, which I forgot to iheation hrfore.— come too common, end we intend to from head to foot, completely charred | rmne of my busioess, replied the lu4vg  *forl to »top it. I therefore —the  n esh in many places burnt to **But ho «peaks ill of you,” no id» th? y 011 n sentence proportion* tho very hones. Medical aid was Indy. “Thai,” ho replied, “iw non .-  10 UI 111^ irm'Ht-n mu III 1110 IV»»*.    ly tiasl*. 1 110 UlllS OI SUCH IS«U<'8,    .»,v        -  y^elf on© ] How hrnvoly you cun Ifilk! Mid Is©* iJ^ounh they uuiy bo ul imuloly od f  bbo ^ very denf, ©ritl n!c.iou^h cn., rnnuo no t L • guest of holla, indulging in her customary tone J  ont j| bring their par value, there is ono henr my voice, to winch she is accusi- shall give \ i  a worthy and intolligeiii' iaimly, in u of »arClism. ‘Hut nobody here believes j  0 hV cl ’ioi»°lo Vhia’kiKd ofcdfrtncy, that to mod, in its ordinaoy tones; yet you nle Jp our rule? and fix the period at- promptly secured, but the poor suficr* of > our business.” nuiol country vill,gc.    I you; I don’t ni ttny roto. Why, you  :     j 4 , ¡„  nlmMl  „||' CIl8 o 8 ,  rcn Jor it of «'»' >'« «»»¡¡H  10  "l ,ook  M'ftrmely .. vcnleen month, in the «»tern pen- or »».beyond the reach of human    .  The early breakfast was over; pa-. didu’t have courage enough tho other  accon darv cits'* Tho oUeclion loud in order to bo heard. I’m sorry iteniinry. I his is the lYnulty lor skill. She liugercd lof several hotìrs ^  A  ,  lorK  pep r says, di  rend- day, to kill a rabbit! your mother told bo found io the fact that the bdU for it.”    .    ¡J olli "e ' lrllnli -    •    ” ,r ? ,ne     •««•»{     wll<: ‘ !     <«“»*    i ,ul     “    n,„"*     r °    ° n °    ° a '  S0UrU '•  rents and children had joined in    .    .      ..........................  ing a chapter in the Bible; Mr. Sodg- me so!’    >  ot tl0 ; ej n re not convertible into cash Aunt Mary, in tho good new of her  wick, tho head of the family, had then ‘1 nrtef like fO Cause or witirpsspoin  rt ftny mo , nc ot. But, ncf.vithstand- heart, protested that she rather liRml o lib red up a fervent prayer, at the if it can be «Voided,’ answorttl Martin, ^ u9 0 |.j (Ct io„, n limited or reason* speaking loud, and to do so would uf-conclusion of which wo sU arose from blushing.     0 ^| 0 PU pj>jy of this kind of currency, ford hor grert pleasure  Will it Pay ?  There is the force of a well Reasoned sorrnon in tlie follòwifig ffdm  end to ber torture*    ^ ,e ot h e rday, usa wilness, wususkeu  'l'ho causo of ih.Jinost dreariful rad  for h:s  «llfgiotlf boliof. fio re^liecf «ad nfiair enn only besurnnsed, l’ho “ ir0,J L'b an »»terpreier. ‘1 believe in deccased wns in tho halit of smoking  1  j e 1  resident of thè Lfltted ¿tates auo a pipe, and it is supposcd thut Alm’ghty.  our knees; when our ears were greeted    Hu! ho! hn! what an excellent, ex-  |)r0|)ftr | y  issued, will aU ays find a  (  The carriage drove up—on    tho t|, 0  “ Kastrru Times.” ItHihcqurw  by the clear, deep peals of the ringing cel font excuse! Y off are brave enough  ri . n( i v  circulation, and st?Wrvo a u*e-, trtops was wile—in the window wan ti6n: “Young men, yofl who are about  n s l ,f “^ from tho pipe fell upon her Wantsd to Know.—The numbed church belt.    >    to    bo    sure;    hut    tender-hearted!    Come,    j u | purpose. It is, therefore, only to John T.--,    with    a    face    a»    utl6r*    forming    habits    for tho future, just en- clothes and ignited them, nnd, Ming |cf inch*« in the foot of a mountain?  1    i » i t. „ 1,    »d    f    *    «    I    i    _    !t‘    t.    .    I..J    «1!    h,.,    «    .*•»    .    f    f r i il r\f • A'l L Kn    ‘ Bitlfwn ehn     # I' ■       .« L. - t* l    *.    i.  i\>  ‘So late!' exclaimed    Mrs.    Sedgwick, I now;    you dare not go    to the churchyard    be ( eort .d,    when    tho    multiplication    of    ly    solemn, as    if    he had    buried oil hi#    tering upou thh eventful voyage of    fright*ni J, sho fainted befom    she    The strength of Iuogs required    iS  looking at    the cluck.    ‘Our    time    piece    this    night.    You    ore    half    so    courage*    j? ree     B an ks    fboda    the    community    relatives    thut    afternoon.    human life, and who are acctfrtorined    could alarm( the neighbors. Mrs.    G.    sing the base of n pyramid.  mu«t be too slow.’    ous nn you would bovo as belfoVe.— with theao bills, to an excess beyond f handed out my aunt—alio ascen-  lo  indulgo in habits of indolence, just "a« about fifty years of hge.    ,    T    he length of string necessary to  aak yourself the question, will ntich         —    spin    a tree !op.  you,” shriek-    habits pay? Vt’ill iho natural fruits Couiuuk, Mothers! — Newton    sin*    What kina of lumber is    bost    lov  tman on the     0 f  s uch habits be such as you will find    cd away hi3 early udvfcntogns    end    make the stand of nn army,  bell is goirg to loll for Martin Lord.’' tho sarcasm of nobody except Isabella j ^ e i’ U p «theme* end speculations in or* opposite sidewalk started, and toy to contribute toyour elevation, or even became an abandoned pro ft-gate; but A Genuine D0ugbftic0.--.Th9 baker'.* ‘Such, then, is his unhappy end!’— could hove stung him so to the quick. jj ef U)  „¡ ve t | lC} i r  funds a circulation; aunt nearly foil down the stoop.    to your real enjpymerit? Will it pay the texts ond hymns his mother had |    ,  mused Ins wife. ‘Well, it will be ; Scorning the imputation of cowardice, j  0|t w j ien t t, e y endeavor to “get it oir” “Kiss me, my dear," howled my you to quuff the sparkling bowl, to fixed m .Y1 minJ iu his infancy and ^ s-'  1  ‘ wish 10 attract attention,  bv the “swopping” process.    aunt; and tho hall lamp clattered, and tamper with the profane oath bt the childhood, were never (iDced, and fi- 2°  info Church tome SuoctojB after tho  the w indows shook as with ?ho fevof ribal jest,  must he loo slow.’    ous as you wou.u havo as ueifeve. with theao bills, to nn excess beyond * hundcd out tny aunt  »That i* not tho first bell for church,’, Whether you think there aro ghosts or who’osomo demands of busines*; dud tho steps, replied the husband solemnly. • 1 here not, you mo afraid ol them.    |    whou    it    becomes a drug upon tho mar-1    “1    am    delighted    to    see    yo  has been a death in the village, i he j Marlin ws extremely sensitive; but  ni)C ] ihose who issue it contrive to nfiy wile, anu tho policer  l.ii I -     ^ .^11 A.. \ f* 1 1 n T    *    ♦?»/» u n 1 e?i 1 Uf 1 n f nnh/tflv    f    I    1    I    ,*1    .1.    1    r    .    •    ...    !    -    if    n    ix/ivllr    il.n    rtPfl  wrong to mourn his death. If death ho was ready to do almost any despe-vrns ever a merciful provideneo rt is rate net to prove his courage. ‘But.’ so on this occasion.’;  •Is it a person who hud sick?’ 1 naked.    j of orchards and apple trees, 1 am not  Instead of answering my quostion going to walk half a mile, merely to directly, Mr. Sedgwick «aid:    bo ianghed at.’  process.  If Illinois has not allready arrived  jost, or to givo up to listless in- nally fastened him to the ero«. Bo-  si ‘  vic  ^ have begun, m n pair of now  j snid hs, *ahboogh f lid’vb no more fear 1   ol  Uii*" point, she is fnst approaching and ague. 1 looked at the win Jow— dolence those hours, which should be cil tells us, that in the days of hi» vnn- ^.'*onking boots, and parade splint been long of church-yards and ghosts,than 1 have  n  Her “kites” are springing up fas-  ” •    '    ti    *    --------- 1*" v “ ,u i            —        —    j       »    .    y  John had disappeared. Human nn-    employed iu storing your    mind with    itv, though he w lthstood so many piou?    OfOtttl aisle,  ter than mushrooms. Equality,    Hut-    lure could stand it no longer. 1 poked    knowledge, iu bedecking    the immor-    emkavors, he never codld rcsUt hi*    (ETA bew of little children were*  EouViHa, VIrbanna, etc., etc.,    now    my head into the carriage, and went     la |  jmrl  with brilliants?^    Believo it    mother’s tuars. V\ Uton, latq Brshyp    telling their tether what they got at  boast of “Banks,” at toast we find into strong convulsions. ^    ^    |nut. But heed tlio voice of tho world a of Lnlcutta, »n hi a nnrrn live of \ntcr- ic hoot. Tiie eldest got grammar,  ,    w.    —    _______,    •    n    .    .    1     m w ’         r     ,    —    • v. Iiuui •    ciuom    ps V7V     |*  •There is a very melancholy histo* ‘FIs? ha! but you shall not escape  l(u , m so  designated on the bills. It When I entereJ iho par or, my wilo experience end fiee from nil such course with Bolfington, lire ^ssossin, geography, arithmatic, etc. The next-ry connected with that young man.— so!’laughed Isabella. ‘Horn before  Wuu |d be quite as difficult we fhink to was helping Aunt Mary to take of! things as from a pestih nce. Be as- says lie could make him feel nothing got reading, spelling and definition*, ill* sofYio time since tho excitement theac our friend*, I promise thnt thitf fi u d the casliiera end pay-masters of her hat ond cape; and iho.-'e sat John su red they wul not pay. The road till ho mentioned hi« rnaiher; and then “And what do you get, my little sol-  rccasioued hv this strange tragedy ring shall bo yours,’ slio Continued,  8ome 0 f ;hese banks as it was to find with lace of wot  to bitter repentance is paved with just he broke luto a flood, of tears. “In dier? epid tho father toa rosy «Cheeked?  r?ied awrrv; but the lolling of tho bell displaying onó given her by and old  l[)ose 0 (- 8ùin0 0 f  v ho kilos of Indiana Suddenly, Mid you havo a pleasant  8UC h materials.    ,    tho morning sow thy seed, and in the litUe fellow w-ho was at that moment  this morning must bring it back forci* j lover, which Marlin had often desired  a  f ow m0 *itl» aince.    journey?’ went oil’ my wife like a.j     _       -    evemng with!,o'd not thy hand.”    sliiy driving a ten-pennv iviil tnto-a  bly to every heart. Perhaps you her to part with,‘provided you goto Bidi-'m has hordTy yet recovered pistol, and John P. rather jumped 10 i    A    Singular    Prayer,    !     r     "    •“'• l .    dc.ut p.yuel.° “M*-s—oh, I gets feadiixT  would be interested to hear the story ? to tho churchyard olone in tho dark, f rofT1 itl()  commercial revulsion into his feet.    ;    Oo    thè    evening    of    tho    battle    of    j    OTIn    n    South    Carolina pnpf’r,    .p and spanking*«’ 1   1 expressed rriv desire tt> listen to and doclnro on your honor, wnen you  w Bìcìì she was thrown by the fully ‘Bather dusty,’ was tun response, |^ una  Visti, w-liilo our vaUiant littlo c » 1 led tho Southern Enierp*B©,  t ,p.  • •     i     ’    ■    -------*' '—*  L1 ‘    ..... *'    '     L     ^    -     ,u “  A  •*—•    -    -    ' ~    (j    rYoung America is growing ra-^  withi ll«r&* rapidi  liege fiifty- ■  U ! HVU1U I ,,,,UIM - ' *ju»o juu uccn to tho*  the hope of one of thè most respected the entire distance you can bring back    driven    out,    for    tho most every word plainly.     !     frightened ut the idea of fighting five three^“yea ,* ago last” Decefikber. * I Astor Library?” asked a youilr of In©   1 ....... 1        '    part, tho better elusa of currency, and    In the course of tne evening, my  {[) onc>  q U j el |y sneaked behind a stump havo ly oe n ^ v ru3 i tfe  f or  thirty-seven  when they went down from the weight aunt look occasioii to say t» me:    ^    (and    offered up tho following rather , yea  r s. i kuow that I havo watched  i hus driven by taunts to the com*  0 f ibeir own recklessnes, ilio Statu ‘How loud your wilo speaks don t  s j n g U | ar  prayer;    over \|s interests wit!: nil tho caro ol  had Comparatively no available it hurt her?    “Oh    Lord!    we    are    about    to    erge    go    a. deop and abiding love; and yet 1  money.     <     '    -     !0 ^    ^ lcr     “ efl     P arp ^ n9    tc<     in an awful battle. Santa Ann”, wit.li ] know tfiat of nil the students gradua-  Hence, everything was crippled, loud, and that^my wife-being used ¡,¡3  U oodon leg, nmi un nro’y of five ling from 1S00 to 18f)5, loriy-ninu  families in tho villago. His amiable    with you the iron bar,    which you    will  disposition and superior intellect    pro-    find cioso hy the gate,    said Isabella.  cured for him universal love and es- 1 f tcm>     mission of a folly/M’artin took leave  Although of a slight figure,    and    of the conipftny, lull    of courage    and  pnlo features, which indicated a    con-    spirits, and set out on    his errand.  father a low days ago. “Ni*. F havo not,” repked the father. “You had bolter go and see it,” the youth con" tinned:    “Just    mention    my    namo to  the Librarian, and ho will shew yotx every atleutioQ.”  A Distant Reticence. — An olcfe  against us; but with ib r j help of thy all her havo died drunkards, or are 1 ow Indy in Vermont, who lived in a srnuT powerful hand, wu will hyaiter tho drunkards-—a shnrho to themselves, log house, v/os disturbed in the (Mi-' —1 --- y    -    -    1.    «    enemy ns wheat    is    scattered by the ;    and a burden to their families.”    ness and oblivion of her usual state,..  the present ‘Alf, how very lout your aunt a s.    of    llu    sower« Will thou assist        —    -    by an accident happening to* k stogo  bserver, the    ‘\es, said    1.    ‘all    ea    persons    0. q L ort M  tn     ^^7 But, O f -ord, J     New Mode of Finding a Verdict,    ciacb, on the road, nonr her harnble  it you can’t, help    us,    don’t for Ilea-      u  recent murder trial in Sacra-    dwelling. One of tire passengers ca  vcn s sa help them. Keep cool, and mento, the jury disagreed, and on ho- to red the doinici e to take up u i* ueu  --r------ .    .    —    .    ..~  0 ------  ^    .    .    wo wq, 1 show you some of the “gosh* inn sent back to the jury-room, tliev and hoard for the night, and she in  Martin was a great favorito with must have boeu as 1 am ubout to ic- p| { j naPi  about‘(Georgia shin plasters,’    Llated by    their    success    n    eing ,    dajndest fighting    you    have ever scon.”    nut twentvfour tickets into a hat, on    her simple curioaity inquired of him.  itnr«innit tlir-v wnnt fit it liammer    ■    *    '    .    ’  stitution hy no means robust, Martin    It was near a quartor ot a mile to     om j  man y j, 00t |  rnen  went down with to it, was not alb citd bv the exertion,  t i meg ng s i,- 0 ng as we arc, )'r^ 9  como years, one fourth of tho whole num  was remarked for his uncommon the churchyard, which was approach- jj (e     g u     j;    vvtll bo in Illinois un* and that Aunt Mary vtus gelling ulong j  n g a j n gj m- but wi  beauty; and indeed his fine, noble ed by a louoly, dreary path, seldom , | osg a c i, Bn g fl  j 8  brought about.    |    very    nicely    with    her.  forehead, shaded by lockff of soft travelled except by mourners.    Every    branch    of b.tsiness maybe Presently my wife said soflly--  brown hair, his largo expressive bluo    U is impossible to relnto precisely     goiu ^  oa b vvimmir. a »y for  eyes, straight nose, with tiiin Grecian    what happened to Martin 011 that      nn: j  l() a  superficial    observer,  nostril*, and rather voluptuous mouth    gloomy road. 1 judge fr om Iho cir-    p r08 p ecls r ,iay seem    very bright    You are getting    along    with her finely;  entitled him income measuro to that    cumstances which afterwards came to     u head. But indeed they    arc not. Our    sho hears every    word    you say.’ And  Consideration.    |    ligk*»  an( ? conjecture his aiiventure neighbors may ravo as much as they 1 rather tiiinlc she did.  the ladies, old and >oung; but he never late it.    !    and repudiate and condemn that illo- understood they wont at it hammer  «bowed any marked partiality to any j Slight as he was in frame, and ten- gliimate currency as straneously na and tongs, tiil everythingon the mun* ono, until he became intimate with der in his feelings, he was not desti- Uiey like; but if thy replace it with a tlepicce clattered again, nod i was  twelve of which was written “guil* where ho come from, and upon hi»: HorribleTragcdyinLouiseana. ty,”  ant |  on  Uie Other twelve ’’not replying “from Boston.*' “Oh dear* 'Phe Natchitoches, (La.,) Chronicle guilty,” ofiif “drew” fur a verdict.—    said    she,    “how can you live so»  tuabelln Ashton, lh« daugl.icr uf our .ule of ccurnge I du not think he  re . varap  of tho old broknn.down kite, eerioutly afraid of a croud cullecling  of  , ho 22J u „ ,    ¡ v “    „„     of    Tho Vot guilty one, got a majority, far oil.”  frtghtcnc'J hy tho stgli.ng of l.te f rnl „ |„d„ina, they »ill, in no wtso, in front ol the bou*.    '    the    murder    of    John    Rodrigo    hv    his    The State journal favors the idea, be-  Inlo clergyman, who died of grief was  about a year ago.    wind,    and    the    rustling    of    the    dry    au  belter themselves.  But the end was near, my aunt,  Mattho'.v cause tho matter is settled at once, hut  fiT’Judge! you say if 1 punch a mars  fcient. laabolla tvaa one of tho most might have been. Ilo marched ateadi- Banking I*» of lUiDoi*. that the ah.r- mind, was deeirona ot finding out  Kodrj o    what     |,o    thought,    hereafter    before    the    trial    to    aavo    tk-  young and thoughtless girls in our    ly to    the churchyard,    stopped a mo-     g a p \V a 11 stroet thould issue $100,-    whether'.no    exertion oi talking    wus    .    ®    1     8 j lgnrPt     his    wife's    fi-    nenso    ane    trouble  village. She could have little sympn-    ment    perhaps to gaze    sadly, bu-t not  if) llOl©v$ pn ya ,lln  fi! flnt unrtV 11.    f»n! ! inn riAita    t ri mu VV i ffi _    ^    ^  No two being* could ho moro dif- tumnal leaves, ns many stronger men ”  u u not com srnp! a ted, in the Free becoming of nn investigating'turn of    q     #     sug^s!rtl!at^"the*draw?nVVr/ho" pin “0    ^    ^    ^  ‘Yes, air, 1 snid that, and wharf said I repeal; if yeu punch a man» you arc guilty of a breach of tho-peoco, and cnn bo arrested for it.’ ‘Ain’t there no exceptions?’  ‘No, sir, nn exception» whatever.* ‘Judge, I think you are mistaken*,.  ¡logc. She could have little sympn- ment perhaps to gaze sadly, l>u-t not    1(1    notes    pnyablo    tit    Fiutsonville,    not injurious to my wife. So—    threatened    to brine her ton    -    _______________  thy with a person of such deep ftol- fearfully, ni the white tombstoned,  0I - 80m o other obscure point in Illinois ‘Doesn’t talking loud strain 3,'our    ’  v ; rlue  ?.’ or  «| 118 6 j, e  i m( j ftTTlie Inst number of Garrison’s  i'ngs and elevated intellect a. .Ma rtin; ^ a ^^  d  am  f ^ y     with    these    notes buy »100.000 lungs^’ said she in an unearthly hoot     hijn boun ,j  ovur  * lo kt . ep lho  pence— “Liberator” contain» a call for a rnee*  3 she was, u scerns late ground, or .he stars shone >r 1L j|j bonds, leave these with the Auditor for her voice was not ns musical as it  And beautiful as  strange that ho should have giv™‘ns  1,f,nl |y |n 1iho cJ°; ( j  b1; 5 j  l, '^ n  of Slate, and go back to New York was when she was young.    t     conlr 'ived    the    idea    of    getting    rid    of    tho    The    col!    denies    the    divine    authority  love to her« Ihsre is no doubt but, uhou»denog the iron Lui y ol which isn* never p©y uny moro alleotion to  4 lt is an exertion, shriek©'  rv '”  The paramour of tho bad woman then ting 111 May wxt, in New York.-  'shrieked my wife, contrived ^    11.husbend. A  shewn» attached to him;    perhaps she  (  bel'ahad«poken, he set nut to return, bis‘bank,’ but Icavo the notes to take    ! ‘Then why do you    do it?’ was the ^n^t’he wif^ seized Rodrigo w bile no foundafion in truth. Vi* intended    !    k    «I?    ^°i?«    f 1 ,ou ui    brami ?'  u 8 ,! 1    „„Aitpn in iiü^innrr.L.-f '«nrinf Ç a  f 0  of themee 1 ves ai best they may.    * ns iVe r mg sc rcum. ^    ______^leep, and after binding him hand to discuss this particular system, with  ef loving any one; but in this instance way, when in the gloomiest part of  Thi ,  kin( j  of  banking is irregular *ki- ‘Because—because—you can’t hear "nJVoo^d ragged’ him’about a mil^ i h & ho p7 o f bri n g i I’lgnl^ u l't h o g r ’ a ea 1 as in all ethers, her affections^ were thejroad, ta«». white figure emorgo  l|ng i_ a 8wind , 0t  und_ abuse of the it if 1 don’t,’ squealed my wile. _     fr0ITl lh c houw, where, placing a rope ^abandonment of the B.ble everywhere.  punch him; then what?’  •No levity in court sir! ShoriiT, expose this man to tho atmusphoru ' Gulhthc next ct'.so.’  wcordory to her lovo of sarcasm and j from a clump of willows and come f r e 0  Bauki.ig Law. Iiul Im» Il nor •WIiaiT 1  sold'my aunL folrly rival-    i,Ts“"neckYm '''tpil^nV'°l!» I II ¡9 signed l,v tho loodmg infidels of  "“Sirti; and Isnbelln h.d been point- \ i^m^!Tn . winding si.ee “ which    ,* f  ^'„dghbTr! Z‘’2    ^    ToÌtókidime lo ciccete W wfth ' “**  COUOt,y -  a  ’°T e T ****''" •?  ed nt as lovers, by Tillage gossips, tor, trnilcd upon the ground. All .Martin’s  wU |i„ g  , 0  acknowledge it now, they the premises; and looking round end     Afle . , ho ga ,l;y ,n.rtió» had    OJ-Ueorgb is nearly chequered by    wUhn’l, ll7»n jlod his    t!L  ng their unfortunate     rf ,i| r0 nd», and yet she »lands before    imeortoncò' cl perseveranco    and    fcCaverei! tho body, xj.c-    iv.’orlcf wrfh a debt of only two mil-    tilrtde. Ho «aid: —  cunfissed his guilt.    lions six hundred and twenty-four “You that iachurch member»must*  thousand dollars against Bor on tho ! nut louk bock upao Babylcrv like ,    „„.„¡.„.I p-tnmssion ot ^ ^! usr  Dbliene It. A very ballonet» «fee et. No other Stato in thè Paul's wife done! You. most bo a  Tho last  ,U1     ? *. n  !» Veit net uitérinrr a sound  re »P eclable  newspaper exchange says- ^ nion  ¿ an  |, oi , a t0  ||, 0  snrho omotfnt i Hap better ihno the world’» people?  coun ena ic ,    involuntarily    as    '' boro     ‘ s    nl  present i n operation near  0 p ^ of bs of internal improvemerrt and Religion ia Bko a battle, etKV Satan  I »"■■ned.ntely end nvojuntar ly os  lio ,, on  „ j um|ling loCom „ uve , which  show ,  s0     „„    t„d ( .Ldne,i.  cu ui 08 luver», uy vmugo gwoaipo, .u.    .„..g, V u UU .    ....  D Wl i|, n g to acknowieago u now, inoy tne premise«; niiu iuukuiji luuuuat.  asUC | i<  After tl  several month»; ho was but nineteen, j strength of nerve was gone in an i'n-  w jj| be forced to seo it in loss thrrn seeing John gone, 1 stepped into the  yuccee ^| ec |*in ki!li and elie was at tho samo ago, when slant- Courage gave place to despe*  e jg},teen months, if their Free Bankd baek parlor, and thcro he lay flat on    they    cove  the tragedy occurred, which the loll* ' ration, his hair standing erect, and Bis  cont i nu e to increase in tho present his Lack, with his feet al a right an- j    ’    ‘    ■*  f   „fi.l,^ K«ll l.., 0     i    r\    klo«H riinninn nl.ill «»it K Iinrrnr- atilt    ,    .    t_ .    ,    .    ,    •    __lli.n,    ulrl»    L,    otlil” ll«s l/Uin -•  ing of‘the bell has recalled to my blond ruuning chill with horror; still  fa jj ej au£ j  0 n the present plan, memory.    ;    ho stood his ground. The spectre ’    Vincennes    Gazette.  It wus on Qutumr. evening, nearly  (  drow nearer, seeming to grow whiter j    _    ----------  five year* since, that Isabella look ad- and larger as it approached. We Cooking Without Fire. vantage of the absence of her futher cannot tell w hy frenzy seized upon the invention is a plan (or cooking with  gin to his body, rolling from side to-side with his fists poked into his ribs, and a most agonized expros countenance, but not uttering  to have a social gathering of young brnin of the unhappy youth al that  people at their house. Marlin of course was present with the fairest youths and maidens; and being under no re. heard terrific •traint from the gravity of tho clergy-»nan, who was not expected home till late, the company enjoyed thpmselves freely with ijests, tongs’ and social games.  The hour at which such parties ufunlly broke up had already passed, a nd theie was no relaxation to the  moment.  The guests at the clergyman’s houso  out fire,* described in the Scientific  mcd a sun j !ar  attitude, and I think    touches    the    cround    one  American. The foveBtjon is a com-* |  lhnl from lhe  relative position of our  m 7 e . U is perfec11yrounU  bination of tin cooking dishes, placed  screamy. Dreading one above another, tiie bottom of one  are strong! hi short, mv dearly be-  .    loved    hearers^ y so must do like Gon-  (YT\\ ithin two veari upwards of  f ia -I aaliiu^ton done nt the oatlle of  V\'ater!oo. la tiie s^irma^’his horso was killed hy a British cn»non ball., ihu Washington give wp- his sword to»*  once in n tho ina-  and is coated    ....    .    . , .  rubber So  1 n 5 tn! *' ,ül1  copio» ot nmles, tract«,  g ay et y of the j copie, when come one, of ierro?.  ........ .. — perfectly —  boot, »ad head and our a tempi, lo     chi    c( . 01 « r ,    „   c     restrain our laughter, apoplexy must     externa ||y     w ;»} v  India  ( ,. wv ^«.  somo tragic termination to the farce, vessel fitting on the lop port    of    tho    | iav e iricvitablv ensued, if a horrible    r     hn „    i. pfln      ft,ul    Slin,,nr     pn'ulicntinn*    hnv© !»*•«»  they rushed to the spot, one of the ~- »*-•—-    >«    ‘ l >»    H..K    M    nit    .    .    ,    r L ----------  soon    as    me    paieni nos ueen securcu,    ,      *    ■  number carrying a lantern, found Martin kneeling on a  figure, his fingers clutching tumuc wuier »3 Iiurouuwu upw»* >t.u     r Hah e (j    my    WHO unu my auui,    _,I. I I rtr> u |:i. u n  u;„ ,    „    ,    .    ,    -  ' Chemical action generate, intense  who by  ,|,i, time comprehended tho    -tkLira* ft i »• «boel. haee nb. Ima MUbhwhud A Wae  K „s bsmght h.m n,  heat, whereby tho articles on tho : Q i. e and 8UC |,  a  »molding a» I then ,    ,    ,,    ,    ,    ..     nn .,u; n „    * f i    a    hundred    ditros»-ot    pinco«    in    Tor-    ion,    lie drovo the bloody Bn-  (lithe, are quickly rooked, ready fur ' , j'  n#vor £0<  before, mid 1 hone to  llo,!9 nn  ’    '    '     r     ,    key    and    the    tvttwity,    „all    euiwrUee " sl ‘  f,0, ’ a ll>0    lhu *  t the table. *    *.....  i„.    now-»    days.    'mall    IIS.    U,e    Utost,    «f    Suuth    Caroliaa    '  sively its throut, while he still uttered frantic shrieks for help. His wild features exhibited the very extremity  never get og^tn.   

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