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   Logansport Democratic Pharos (Newspaper) - February 9, 1859, Logansport, Indiana                                 VOLUME XV.  LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, WEDMSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1859.  NO. 32 — 700  5IISCELLANY.  THE DYINQ WIFE.  Lny tlio g'jin v.pon my bu-soin,  Let ni'J foL'l iier swout wann brcatli,  For a .sprango chili o'er me Ali 1 I know tiiat ¡t is dcat'i;  I v'vul 1 gaze lipon the treasurc — Rrarccly glveu—ere 1 go;  h'T ro.~y (iiuiplcil lingerä ^V;!!l•^.'l i!iy choi-'k of snow.  J a'ii [i:i->ing cLi'ougii !Ì)0 watcìs, iJal a l'I'j-.-j] .-!io:-o aj'püars;  b.'.-Mo ni \ liu-^baii 1 Jearost, L;i lìi'j ki.-.- away t'iy teav^.  Wrc.-ll'i wit!) tliy gricf, iny bu.sbaüJ, .S:rivo fi'Oin iniiinig':' until Jay,  It iiiay loavo an aiv^'il's V.los.-'.n^ A'i'iun it v.pi;:-!ietb away.  Lay tho goal upo;i my b isoiti, 'Ti.s r.ijt l'jng .ilio can be thcre;  Soci inw to niy breast shc ncsilcs, "Ti.s the pcarl I ¡ove to wear.  If in aftur years le.s:(Iü (ìico .Sii? anot'ior in my cliaÌ!-.  Tiiougli hoi' voice be swoetcr music, And her faeo ìliau raiuc more fair;  If a chenibcaìls tbcc "ruthei'." l'ai' muro boau'ii'ul tban th!?.  obtained a clue to tho affair in some manner that the mother is as good as the daughter," I so that he not only discovered the fact of and she glanced complacenlly at the .still at-' elopement, but the very day on which it was tractive face and form reflected from tho ' to occur. i mirror. j  "Sly dog, that Charles," thought he to: Just then she board tho door open, and | : him.self as he sat down before tho fire in his j Florence entered. She quickly crumpled t dressing gown and smoking cap, Ici.surely | up the letter and thrust it in her pocket, i p: pufling away at a choice Havana. "But I j Florence and Charles did not meet durin" <■ don't wonder at it; he only takes after mo. j the succeeding day, chiefly in pursuance of Still, I owe him something for keeping it so | the plan they had agreed to, in order to h ' secretly from mc. It would be good joke, ! avoid suspicion. : p  , if I were a little younger to cut him out, Si^uire iMarkbam acted in an CACcedingly a and marry lujr in spite of him." ; strange manner, to h!.s son's tlrnki-^g. Oc-  S.juirc Ma'khain was one of tiiose jovial casionally hcs wouM bur.st into a hoarty wiJowfis who take lifoas it comes, and tnus-; laugh which he would endeavor to .si/'prcis, i cd more and more on this idea, stuck out by and jiacc up and down tho room as to foi the clianco, as it were,until he really thought walk oiTsoa; ^ of lil.s superabundant hilai' ' it worth somethiML'. i "What'.s in the t-iio t Liiaile:! to  rrom the imiayoite Cour;--. , perquisites, making it fat in land specula- hat there is a future beyond this even on  iCAIîAL AND THE EHDROGLIO. ; tion.=—to surrender tho Canal and have the earth—that there is a time promised and b maintenance of our Canal, its im- | State resume it, amd with it the once paid already dawning in which political fraud |tjco in cxercising a controlling and : debt. ]5y a prompt and conspicuous act on and corruption and its aiders and abettors Scent iriQucncc in develnping the ma- ■ the part of the Legislature the brazen dc- will bo blasted before tho breath of an hon-  aud in-  , tcgrity  Scussion or affirmative argument. That : summary disposition of the affair by the lation of and condition of life.  any well grouii.le.l cau;e fjr ap:)re- ; Lcgii-laturc received the unanimoussanction in3 that we are to bo i'limcdiakly ue- j and approval of the people throughout our of this importani avL^um of t;.;;]e ' S;aio, a.s in-tanccd in all tlie State and pri-raffic, wo essjniially disbjli.ove. "We ' n;ary conventions held by both political ¡»ar-t,not allow any of the t'liis'cr t'lties, and in everv other manner throu-h  »^..v, ..i.iu.M^i; ui ucw.-i^piii- LUC iil.t-; Uie part oi uic J.egisiaturc ilic brazen dc- will Do ijlasted betore tlie brcatii o Ijesources and compa.^sing the ultimate i mands and ingenious sophistry of these gen- est and insulted people, and virtue jcrity of our great valley, needs ncith- j tlemen was repelled and silenced. This , tcgrity shall bo tho law of men in  every rc-  ANECDOTE 0F GEN. JACKSON.  At tiie Soutii-wcst, tue people delight to talk of General Jackson; of bis daring love of justice, and the jirompt way of ad-  itly ventilated by tho cmi^^irics of ! wiiich tho poMjde" couid givo utterance "to niinistering "that article," when he found B,¡tier & Co., in that belialf, to ; their h'.nc;.t convictions. With this „n- 't it'ccssury. I was on the Mississippi,last |all our credulity, and wo opino tlie ; qMalliied verdict cn tlio part of both the ^ tao following story :  |anco of th-iso gentlemen will bo in-^ l^egl-^lature and people against any intcrfer-^ The General, then Judge Jackson, was ive i:: either drivin;; or cocr(3Ìti_5 our j cncc or admin-ion on Uio pavt of the State courtata sha.nty at a little village  'After ali," sh-jutod ho. "I am not .-o ' him-elf. "It can't bo liiat the GoVCrnòfs po^o to ill-devisod or unwarrantcd rolief. i of liability to thoso Canal bandholder.s it ¡n'i'cnncs.'ce, and di.-ponsing ju.stice in largo  old, cither, or at lea-sí the ladies say í-n, and getting c"a?;y.  íiinf'iüinz vns  ti:.' n:  In conr;n:':P'.;on of our coüíl I'.-iieo " in tlie : ra? punpnseil by ti;o innnc::-,,'. an'l un^^uspcet- small doses, as scemod to him to bo  they ought to be good judges in such mat- beyond a doubt. But wiiat it rea lly wa.s, fui-Jrc ope;  tl'.o Ca- ; ir.g thi'.t the iiiia;;Ì!'ary  ter.=. I have been a bachelor a good while, he had not the faintest conjecture. , ii^l. we discover on page 1 of the recent  and ouglit to have found out. before this how ' At the hour .specified, tho Squire had '-q^C'i-t iif Messrs. Batler & C i., that (af-much more comfortable it would be to have hi.s carriage at tho np.pointed rendezvous, ter bc-stowing some fulsomo com!)run..'nts  claim v,T.s forever ri-'-i''"'-'-^ case ; lioiore r.nn. v/ae clay  con.signcd to tiie^oml. of tho Ca;.ulets.— court, a great buiking fellow, armed  But not so; it was not "a dead c.,'ok iu the ^ bowie-knife, took it upon  pit" yet, by any means. It found a new ¡'¡mself to parade before the shanty Couit.  a pretty wifo> to welcome me home, and do He began to peep anxiously into the dark "pon thcm.selves) ihcy expended, during | re.surrcction in the memorable year 1S5S, ; ''  ^ tho honors of my table, and to help mo keep for Florcncc. At length a female form, ibo past season, (183S,) tho sum of 1 and is now brought forth, newly attired and :  I tho rascal Charles in order. Egad! I've well mufllcd up, made its appcarance. ' "'39 31 upon general repairs, and in (luite ; baptiicd, aiid, under the auspices and engi-' ^ang out tho Judge  half a mind to do it." ' i Thankini« her in a very low whisper, lest it' an extended enumeration of what was ac-, neering of new step-fathers, the unscrupu- contempt of court, and  very low wuisper  Squire Markham took two more whifs, niight be suspected that he was tho wrong accomplished upon the work, elo.se oiT witii Ions and hungry lobbymon of tho Capitol and exclaimed: person, he helped her into the carriage and paragraph couched in tho following hope-, The grand scheme at this stage of afT.irs  drove off. i ''ul term.s, viz: "Tho structures aic rebuilt i is some skillful Lo'j;'slative co:n) d'ef at.—  'I vow I will do it."' "What this mysterious "it" was, vre will  "arrosJ and confino  him.  Out went the sheriff, but soon roturnel with the Vt'ord to tho Ju l":e tiiat ho had  Love thy ür=t born'. Oh, my hu.sband! leave the reader to infer from his very next  ürove OU 1 IUI lei ¡n.S, > 1/.. .I_uu , JJ'.-- u u Ul.- ! IJ  Daring the first part of the journoy noth- in the most substantial manner, :.nd tiio : Legislative actiou i:i some f .rm, only legis- ; inipossiblo to tako tho offinder.  ing was Said. Both Parties were desivous Trusteos are gratiiled in being able to state ^ l.tivc acti.n and "ti.e game baggod."- ; "Smnmon a posse, then, said the Jadge.  Turn not from tho motherless. T^ll her sonu:tin;es of her m.j'her—  You can call iior by my na nul Siiiold lier from ilio wiirls of sorrow; If she ovr.:, oh'. ;r'.fitly blame.  movement. Hinging tho bcdl, he inquired , of concealing their identity. At length that the Canal, north of iMontc/.uma, is in ^ (live u.s luorely an act nulhori/.'ng tlio bond-  ' Squire Maikham, con.sidcring that after all better condition than it has been since its ! holders to closo the Canal below Tcrro  "Ilumphl that'll do. . ...........  L'.ad l:or sometimes where I'm sleeping; ^^^ ^^^ g,,  I will answer if she calls,  and bring him before me.  of tho Ecrvaut. i Squire Ma,kham, con.sidcrin- that after all better condition than it has been since its : holders to closo the Canal bolow Tcrro: Tlio sheriff put out again, but tho task  Is Charles at homer' ' he could not marry the lady without her : construction." This admi.s.ion of these con-i Ilaulc, .^ay they, and wc waive anpropria-; not, or dared  "No, sir," was the reply, "he went out ' consent, and that discovery must be made ! i^i^^-'^'Io expenditures, coupled with the tions and all o'hor aid or relief. Bat for ^ '«y ""y  this morning, and will be gone all day." '' before the marriage, decided to reveal him- ' asserted present superior condition of tho ^ what honest purpose do the^o persons dc- , P'^^se like Ihe job any better than  ....... ' 111 - - -- - .111 1- ____11— .1,.,.-,, ^ -1 1 o _ ____ _ . • _ A -. ' bo (li,1 fit! tho fidlow threiitennd "to sboot  CO much the tiet-  And in;; breatii will stir ber ritigiets, 'W'iioii my VL'ice in blessing f:;l!s.  ller soft, black oyes wili brighien, And wonder wlienco it eamo;  In her heart, when year.ì pass o'er ber, Sho will find her moiher's naiiio.  It is said that cvery mortai  Walks between two angels bere;  One records the ili, but blots it, If bofore t'ie midnight drear  I^Ian repenteth—if uneaneelLd, Then ho .^eals it for the skies;  And tlie right haml ang-'l v.-eep.oi'i, Bovi'ing lov,- wi:h veiled eyes.  I will !)e her righi-hand angel, Sealiiiir ui> her good for lleaven;  Gtriving that tlie miJnigfit watehe.s l'in 1 no inisdeed unforgiven.  Vou \-.-iu not f.ii'g.jt me, liusband, '\Viiou l'm sleeping 'neath the .sod!  <Mi, l'ive the jowel given us, As r love thee—next to God.  HATniMONIAL GTRATAGEM.  •Xow, 1  e'bet- ;:elf, and tl.en ur^^'his own suit as well as Canal, doe.^ we think, quito mellow do^7n ' sire .^o simple a remody? the an.swer is too^^ the fellow threatened "to shoot iuire, he might. ^ . their rormidablo threats of abandunnient,— npf^arent: n;croly that the Legislature shall, "^st skuiuc tnat come withm tea foot of  "■\Iy dear iMiss Florence he =aid i-i his by .■iiv.rli inlcrferoncc, unwittingly and un-  ¡eít to natural vo'ce........ ' " philanthropic gentlemen are wearied, or suspectingly ackno^Yledge by their ofiieial At this tho Judge waxed roth-lo Lavo  s run- ' "Why:- shri-k-l the ladv, "I thought disgusted with thing, generally, lot them act,a contingent autl.ority over.and residua- , ^"«l^^^n^y P^' ^^ defiance before all U.o  • ' D ^ _ _ . . , , ' .......... . . , ......1 r.C tu.if C'^ priAil  ihull liave the grcand left  niysell'. Let me .'^ee, the raseal intends »uu- iwij. mh.'jk'j'i mi; i.n;*, i. «..¡uu-ul -..q- ".............o o - - ,-- >------------- ----------------■ i r i i • • -, u • i  ning .iway next Thuisday evening, and to- ' ¡t was Charles." ' Mirrender tiie Canal to exporienced Canal ry ownership in the Canal, so that they may ; good people of that vicinity; so ho crmd  day is .Monday. Nothing like striking "And I," said Squire Maikham, recog- men in this city, who, wo think, will agree ; thereby throw u¡^on the State their collat- ; out— , .  when tho iron is hot. I'll write to her in 1 nizinf^ Mr«. Benson's voice with astoni=h- to keep it in good navigable condition forcerais, quoting the act so obtained as I "Mr. ^r.onff, since you canno o oy my his name, telling her that I " have altered i mcnt? "thought it was Florence." ^ its revenue, and that witi-.out State or oth- j admission of the allegation that t.hcy held ' orders, summon me; yes,^ sir,  ; my mind since, and will go just at dark '.c- j "Was it you, sir, who was arranging to , or aid. j the Canal merely as a collateral, and thus ^  ' morrow night. She wont suspect anything ' elopc with my daughter?" | But, in subordination to the above, wc ; falling back upon the original debt, thru.st iima^ment.  Xn bnf T nnnidiide it w.'îs vou. m.id.am ' bavc another motive in addrc.-ising ourselves ' upon the State a nine million debt or meet who was mcaninu to clone with my son." to this Lanal question, ana siiau am-upny ner xinr-uiiien iionnr -iviui %oeueiauw.,. ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^  if you will try, summon you." Jackson, rising and walking towards tho door; "I adjourn this :cs."  (inire, laiK'hinrr; "Imt tlie taet is, mad-: sceiue ............."'"v ------ aii.i.^.-, .. ............ i ' rr i v i i. j- i  J ' I.....,--------------^ -..v.i- I The ruffian was standino; a short distance  until the knot is tied, and then what a laugh we shall have!"  Sq'iire Matk'iam did not consider that it might ma'vc some diiFerence with the expec- Th tant. ]Jü considered it a capital jnke on ' oi  "You, Judge!" exclaimed the Sheriff, in nazement.  "Yes, mc, summon rae! I'll sco what I  his son, but looked no fuilhcr. lie accord-; to iVustrate her plains , _ ii •  in^Iv drew his writing materials towards him, i -K-id! the very idea i had mvself," said ! our firm conviction in tho existence of a concealed beneath some "glittering goner- , walking .owards and indi,-;ed the fallowing epistle: I ,he Squire, laughing; "but the fact is, mad- scheme (both corrupt and shameful) under- ^ alltios" of a simple and apparently inno- comt ten mina.c  "Di:,u; Fi,oi;i;nc!;:—I find the dav fixed j am,we've both of us been confoundedly sold. ! ixk^k'^ pvotonded friendship aud ooacarn ) cent lnwrwUl be found-to lurk" tho subtle I lUe ruUian wa for our elopement on some account.': objec- and the mischief of it is, I have left a let- i for tl.e Canal, for the plunder-'of our State ; and artful adnrission that fastens tho State : Irom the shanty, in the centre o^ a crowd o tionablc, and would lilce,with yonr consent, ter for Charley, letting him know it; so un-! ""'I corruption of our Legislature.-, i„ the talons of the vultures, oppix.^scd ! people "tasphemnig at a terrible _ rate and to substitute to-morrow evening. If I hear ' doubtedly he will tako the opportunity to ^ We think we are not wide of the mark in with an enormous an 1 illegiti.naic debt,with ' ll^^unshing his weapons, and vowing death  , nothing from you, I shall infer that you as- i n:n off with Florence during our absence, asserting, that this ncn.rious scheme to pil- tlio usnal train of cot^soqnences, a legisla- ! and destruction to all who should altompt ! sent to this arrangement. I shall havo a | and plumo himself, the rascal, on tho way ; disgrace our nable Stato was germ- turo scathed and besmeared in corruption, to molest bun  cairiac-i; in readiness under the old oak tree  at half I'ast eig'iit o'clock, tliorc without attractini' í  Y.  ou can vralk  Judge Jackson walked very calmly into  ^d!;;. In n-i.oi whc!; liL'i' li'V-ibaivl g-i.od eirjun.-'aiioio-  fat, fair, and forty-four there will be no moon, we shall bo aldo to  in wlrch I was ta^'Mi in " ' ^^ Indianapolis, among a coterie of poh- ¡n fact \Vi.seonsini;^.'i], a people disgraced  'V'^ nfe^s'ÌVari b<ft a noie for Flnrencc ' f'^^'^ns long notorious in tho lol.bie.^ of our ! and a herd of well' paid deperadoes vaunt- ! t^^o centre of the group, with pistols in ' -II ' • ' ' _ . ... ., , , . , , ... „ . ,„ hand, and confronied him.  "Now." said ho, looking him straight ia  ion, and as to the same purport. How she will laugii ^ Legislaiure for their reokle:^s and shame- ^ i„g exultantly ever their overilowing coill^rE  liT.ler, in very i carry out our pdans without fear of discov-.;d fr.)m his life- I am happy to say that tho Governor  cry.  atme. What an embarrassment!  "I tell you what," said the ter a moment's pause, "we c.on carry out  a s"ap was ca!  ta.s'.c i.f eontii'nutihg to tho general purilsea- (¡ocsn't suspect in the least that thcre is a our plans after all tion ni;.i!Ì;.r.d. Mrs. ]>en;:on took re- danghter-in huv iu store for him. Won't j ^¡t], the intention of Ketiiiij; niarr faao from !i'.r gri  Sqnire, ai  ful coriduet. ]?y cailing meetings at vaii- and ti:D g'jncral ruin, ous points, by appoaling to intere.stcd par- ■ As wo liavo al;-eady stated, t'io cnginoer- j eye, ".surrender, you infernal villain, iie.s to invoke tho aid of the LegUdature, ing of tois diabolicarschemo is in tho keep ' vcO' instant, or I'll blow you through!"  in a pretty cottage situ- he bo a.hamcd';  atcd Oil the prin-ipil street in tho town of, G--.  At first .-.iiO was iiic'insolable; and sho u.<:od to say, v.'i^ii a .: ile;nn er,ip'i;i-is which  Your devoted,  Wc each came out : '^y P^-'«'!^''^ appban-  ........ ............ getting married.-  1 Why not marry cach other, and then vou ' concealing,  know we can make them believe we had it ' ^^^^h some apparent succ.-, tho;r only eiier-  ¡ni of a  eab:il of v/ell knov  spoilsmen at tho Capital, in consumma- | ¡.¿.»....v...^, ..........  tion of their designs they of courso arc to ' ^rords—  ■a and notorious In consumma-  The man eyed tho speaker for a moment without speaking, and then put up his wca-  CllAKI-KV."  said S.^uirc Markhnm, laugh-  "Egad!'  in'.:, "tiiat isn't liad, especially about hum-  uiview all along, and only intend to the ¡.lundering of tho State,  en them."  the fastening upon us a nino million ciobt, ous vrork  bo as ever inccg, and m;.kc thei: camp fol lowers jiorfirin ti'.e dirly and moro danger  I. '1-1, .t........,1.  1 '  ma'.n  riirrio l c oiviofiou to tb.o hearts of her hear- bugging mo. Cliarley couldn't have dune er?, thai nothing but tiio thotigiits of Fior- ,,ny ¡„¡tier himself."  Mrs. Ben-n a.scnied with a little urgin- cxecution of ihe job.is to enìist  Mulinlhc ocitrse of an hour the t,vain ^^ the true fricnds of tho Canal everywhere,  Vi'crc made one  l.-y the intervention |,y .j ¡¡¡.¡é i„,y i,, i.on ploy ment; having (.„y,^. .-.¡¡j Ciioiley, diseovorin ! first marked "jirivate" on one corner.  "Be eareí'al, Mike, to give it to :M1.-s Bni.'ron, ani don't let any one else see it,"  she tiiiev.' asiile ::or Vi'ceds of, was ihc parting injunction l,eeamc as lively as ever.  enec, would havo prevented her from ter-iniiiatiiig iier existe: of ¡loi.-on.  Mrs. Benson wa- in no small degree indebted to her daughter—::inee in le:,s than three m^'iiths mourning and  Touching Florence, she had now re the mature ago oi nineteen, and began lo of a n' think herself marriageable. Sho was quit  pretty, and tolerably woll accomplished, so ringing of the bell brougiit her to that her wishes in that respect wore very , With surjirise sho saw that the pe likely to be fulfilled. i rang the bell was iMike, Squire  Jus', over tho way lived Sq-iiro Maikham, ^ boy of all work, tho village lawyer, verging upon fifty, ■ "Please, ma'am," said he holding out  with Ills son Charles, who vras about half the missive, "a loiter f.jr Miss Bonson. an' bis age. Being a young mar. of agreeable ifd very particular that nobody clso sliould exterior, the latter was (piite a favuiite with s:o it."  the young ladies in tho neigi!b;;rhoo;l, and ^ The air of myslory conveyo'I in tliis char-coiiiidoi-ed, in common parlaiiee, quite a p.cteristie address arou.^ed iMrs. Benson's "ka'eh."  As yet, ho-v been seriously reiiiained so, h. apparaiion, on^ ^n horseback.  The- ininiedaitelv re!urn- infamy. It is well known at Iiidiar,a¡io- and make tuo ho;;e.?t and tb.o sincere their  There, Judge, it's no use, I give in," and Euff;red himself to bo led off by the sheriff, without opposition; ho was completely  b,is to enlist ¡ cowed.  A few days after tho oceurrenoc, wher; the man was asked why ho knockcd under  action in  So saying, ho scaled it up and sent it over : found as they antieipated that Flor-. mootings in the tools and dup  their depar-  V.lli  This is to be accomplish- , io one person, when he had befora rofu.sod valley, in behalf of the Canal interest and , ed by thv,atc:iing circulars addressed to ' to allow liimsoif to bo taken by a whole (ure had them = elves stepped off in a differ- other apimintments to awaken a lively :o;al the owners of property in and upon the company, ho replied: cnt direction with a similar intent. j enthusiasm upon that subject, bad their Canal, of abandonment of that work  Tli.y made their appearance next ircrn- ^ Feiiemors, as kindling thereby an inlerost hH' prepared to huvd. heartily at the frus- ' equally well known there t;:at any hon Mis. Benson was sitting i. her 'jniet: j.i,,,, „f Uieir jon-ents, but learned , ^st endeavor and generous effort made pablio meet.. ^......- - „ , ¡fs about timo to  parlor, ca^ting her eyes over a late numberno littlo astoni.-dunent that they htid for that cause is to be h.gcs, tho ],a.s.-:ing of resolutions and np-^ioi")- ' > > , '  .•,'ino. I'lorencc being absent on a : „p „ themselves. Squire , employed and prostituted to subserve pointment of delogatea to a grand mass : small, ana  .flopping excursion, she was left alone. Tho , Marldiam and liiAiow wife had tho address ; purposes ' ' ........  I' "Why," said be, "when ho camo and "cal "P- I looked him in tho eye, and and among those mo^ interestid^ tho callin¡^¡f ; I saw shoot, and thoro wasn't shoot in s at ail lar!--'0 tov;ns and vil- ■ "íii-y ""'er eye in tho crowd; and so I eayä  Convention at Indianapolis, and thus with  ,0 tho door. ! to eonvinco them that it was all a premcdi-1 ^^.mo formidablo and imposing show of au- ^ long-legged, big, ilat'footed six-footor.  per.son who : this day the young pair i S'^te made a full, satisfactory and final set- thority, these gentlemen aro to ride into the : ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^ ^ i^^ijing ¡^  Markham's I ¡„„orant of the plot and counter ,,lot: iie">cut with its creditors. Tho settlement p,csonce of tho Legislature appealing to , j well-filled, undoubtcd-  The other day, while over in Jersey, a  or, bis  plot and counter j.lot : "e">cui who us ci oauors. a no seuienieiu presence ot tno i.ogisiamro appcaung 'o , j ^  whicii led to this double union of the two ; ''y ^^^ as the fears of some and tho avarice of oth-, ¡^^ ^^¡¡j^ .q^o^^,, and fixings," and  households. ! " unoipial ba rgain. To rcconcde ers, strike a sudden blow,and Mosirs. But- , ^^^^ „„awing away on a largo cnko of giu-  ' them to the measure, iMessrs. Butler fc Co. 1er Co. havo tho whole battle won.—!  POINTED PREACKING. publi.shed , for gencr.al circulation through- Only let them get fairly before the Legis-1 «Can you tell mc, sir, what time tho Ccira  Parson Jloody was an eccentric man._ out the entire State, a pamphbd of 107 laiurc with their artful and sjiceious jircpo-'  lie had in his congrégation a Colonel In-^ pages, replcie with arguments, and contain- sitions, their mcnaoes and threats,and final-  graham, a wcalt!:y farmer, who had kejit ing repeated declaralions that tho whole ]y their material and pecur.iary inducements.  curii;sity, especially when she observed that j back his largo s'.oek of corn from the mark- ' debt could bo forever ba;i.>fied, aljustod and and they socin doubly confident of a tii-  coino in,:  "Tho cnrs, sii"^" "Yes, sir." Tho cars como in right aficr tho loco-  transgressor. One the prejudiee.j of tiio pooplo were conquer- ! dered and di.^graccd, a Canal in fact aban- ^ ^^^ ^^^^^ scamperod. ¡2xt_"Ilo that ed. Thus it was under.-:lood the whole doned and friendless; and tlie afterpiece of . ' _____________________  vcr, Iiis afiho! ions bad never it was addres.sed to her daughter and not lo | ct, in hope of raising tiic priec of it. The paid by tho Butler bill. Thereupon, '.¡.0 umph. We shall not attempt to l''eturo ,  entangled, and might have : herself, as she had supposed. She returned i pastor heard of it, and resolved to make a "BuIIt" act passed tho Legislature, and ; the issue of all this schcme, a State plun-, pillow-casc—off went  1 it not been for the sudden ; to tho parlor—not to read tho magazine, public attack upon the mori.ing, of Florence riding that had i'o.=.t ils attraction. ! Sunday i'.o read for  "Wiiat in tho world can it bo,'' thought . v,-itl;uoi.!oih tho corn, the people .shall cur.':e ' matter was forever cnde-i, and thereupon , the quarreling and bickering over tho spoils, | Brown, some years ago, occupied  It struck him at or.cc that she was remark- she, "they sliouid bo secret a'o(mt ii".' him; but blessing .'^hall ho upon tho head the Canal and our largo domain of lauds . but frankly aud simply caution and warn : ^ seat iu tho Legislature of one of our ably graeei'ul, and really pretty. Thorciip- Can Florence l,.e in c.orn;spondi.-nco'.' It may I of him tl';it .«-clloth it." Prov. xi:2r,.— ; passed over to the exr.Uant and triumphant! our people of tiio pitfall set for them.—| T^y^gtcrn States. The subject of general on he''cultivated her acquaintance with in- bo something that I ought to know." Colonel Ligraiiam couid not but know bondliolders. Ahl-^i':;o e:.ds proves but the Tliat wo must beware of those wily politi- improvement was bcing discussed, and  creased as.siduiiy, and after a w'lilo a.-kod a Stimulatc l by bor feminine curiosity, ' to wdiom t]:e re.fereneo was ma le, but beginning. Tlioso  fatal question. ' Bonson speedily concluded that she hie held up bis head and faced his pastor cortaining by oxperioMee, at a later day, that we do nothing to countcnanco or  Florence answered in liie aiTirmaMvc, and would bo false to i!ie responsibilities of a ; with a look of stolid unocnseiousnc.os.- thai their own woll-dige.ted and keen driven ; cr their behesta. In defending and aiding himself hugely in favor of tho bill. Point-instead of referring iiim doubtfully (0 her parent if .she did not unravel tho mystery, j ¿^athcr Moody wont on with very strong Miargaiu "was a horse of another color," , in the maintenance and support of ourno-| ¡„g out the beauties and beneüts of roadg. mother, hinted (being a romantic young ^ "Here's pretty doings!" she exclaimed, I remarks, became still warmer, and touched ; suddenly change tactics, and appeared be- ble Canal Jet us scrutinize our associates j ..^hy, gentlemen," said he, "look at ill 0.  or furth-  among tho rest, a bill for improving roads WIS before tho IIouso. The Major "spread"  lady,) how charming It would be to steal as soon as .she coubl recover breath. "So j ,he Colonel still more closely, who, howev- ^ fore a resent session of our Legislature, and know of their credentials, since no one Mi-chi-gan road, sir—straight as n bee lino, away to the next (own and got married with- I'loreneo was going to run away and got cr, .still held up his liead, apparently deter-/m tho plausible person of Hon. W. L . connected with a political junto can by any sir; and gentlemen, so straight that you can  ,1. At last the preacher Dayton, of New Jersey, with a mcmcrial : moans act honestly with us. Let us say to a rod dog a milo long, sir."  , and cried out, "Colonel contaiuing tho new and astounding disclos- cur Legislature, "hands oQV non interven-j -------—  'inoxv ilKil 1 mean VOU-. v.-lm urn that thcre was no settlement at all; tion, non-interfercnco in any manner what- Things Lost ron Eve«.—  married to that Charles iMarkham,without so mined not to feel  ,way  out ar.y one being the wi.ser.  Charles Markhait: cauglit at this little much as hinting a word to me." hint, which cxactly diimod with his own i She leaned her bead upon her hand and tomi cramenf, and be at onco resolved to began to consider. SIio was naturally led adopt il. ; to think <-1 her own marriage wit!i the late  in order that it might be carried out with , Mr. lîonson, and the happin':'ss of wedded complote success, it was resolved to seem in- life, and s!;;: co'.il 1 not holp heaving a sigli ñiffjrcnt until the day fixed, in ord ;r to ward at th'e ¡ecolleetion.  lost all ¡latience, lnr)rali'.tin, yon I.now thai J mean you: don't yon Jitniy do^rn your head':  of any su-pioioii that niigiit be aioa-o 1. ; ".\m I a!  So well v.'oro tliesc arrangoinonts carri-d she tlroight. oat that Mrs. Bo:ì ^on hod no suspicion of show this Irlt. r to L'ioroneo, b;\! run away ^ what was going on. : with Charles tomorrow nieht on my own '  Not so with Squire Ma.kham. lie bad ; account. It's odd if I can't persuado iii.n -bitches.  Nr.v,- YoP.ic ^'ituir.^.—.V ".v 'v jrlc e l l(;r thiiii.s.froiu the manner ;,!i!iis are n.ado and newly  in that cily, t!.( re ought lo be an "In-peo ;,;r of scir'.'is." The edii-a' went to tlo  that the Canal and t!io magnificent dona-! ever with this dangerous affair. Let us say tions <u laii'ls were taken by ti,em as a ' to tho onco woii-paid and ought to bo formare phj''go, or as e illa'eral to tîujir no  to remain thus rdÜaryV I lave half a mind not to ' expenso of a iilw shirt the other day, ano  found !iii:!:;;ir, wiien i.o aw(d.e in the morn letvv'.^on two of tloo short  Lost wealth  may bo restored by industry—tho wreck of health regained by tcmperanco—forgotten knowledge restored by study—alieua-resusciluted demand.— arrogant and groundless and wo will havo | 'ed friend ship .un.iothod into forgo tlubies:.— tartling ox!iib;tion (.f riothing to do witii you. Lot n- also say ' oven f.rfeitcd reputation won by penitiiico lost ro-i'test lh:it they to the unscrupulous and liungry clan of lob- ; and virtue. But who ever looked upon his now ready-after hav- by kec[)ors at the Capitol and eisowhoie, vanished hours—vecallcd his slighted yi^iri! /'-•I:  Cl'.r.v'hli;; 0  I'ver sati.-íiíid bo.'i-.thol lor.-, your claim is arro'ìiant and groundless and wo will have  Coupled with this Í the cate, v;as (iio iiK as boniiiif iov'is wero ■^.-■•j  iiig pbioi.od tho jolly (dil ;>/i0.:e p'o ft oily yuii .shall bo starved into refrrmation if that —stamped them viitb wisdom—or eliaced and fe:irUi]ly i'l'.'ir .ogviii.s me,on time b ; e .'loi po. .;iblo. l^e'. u.s leach thoío who ; fionn Heaven's rucoid the foarfi'l blot of living oil good salario;, enjoying untold arc jilotting for our injury and disgrace, i wasted timo''   

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