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   Washington Bee (Newspaper) - July 24, 1858, Washington, Indiana                                Hark the nuuixl of Kuw tints fcV GoJdca Jic Ci Ppcut lie rcsjvrii Sldwert witfe riralbBg ibo wjfar OXJ1VJBR AKD NOXINTKKVJiXTIO ATHOME AND ABRC tfAVIESS JO 1 1S5B For TJ1K HARVEST tv For tic WwUlGfVW What AboIlllonUu Giro To toy ninA tad I w21 York Jm says tbo in tKnt Ctl the An fran I If Uicy will my liciTon Since cry last I have cn It U slated tjr Burdock that the wife of a countryman in Mosrow had I children at 27 fattr four one sfec l fel i by I nobody will believe THE talent of success is cotbing ciorcj Ithan doing what you can do j j No WOMAN should paint unless bu lost tbe powder of A yATHEE called his son into a crosd I uc to tic iUmst tLc ncUr stortd Kotr tfce lisud cnt round llic board Jjicl homclr face is trresllitnTin and ininhlhr h tic foil lc dttic Vjil of tU ae All tast lean fcna upon M t r nearlT two hundred and i record wbat to tc mc U promises in cbundancebut nothing idea arc j Andwill ever1 J pickpockets aud i be redeemed it or isibo whole conn ITUIOUJ tby bavc mfiiTr ccrri bankrupt to the i f Where are tbe for the 3 of thrEC rash pledges And j where ia the abolitionist who can honwt ll0 hl1 hp b looked over tho gallery epoyad tho j Thc greatest number of thilJico ever person who had hii pockit pit J produce J one birth to have til a I of whoa wero boy and all osmad the knack amonV whu gjv Wrth and were hal bcaa auJ 1 track of tbo gnilty ft wartbt of fftait ufc tij Duo1 i j family ought to keep a kitten j the They should aJta keep cbildren to amuse the j my coffee cried an old1 baclcjjr to I gucts yet spit in hip and be DJ siz hajipy Of Uial yd u be j tbo r jurot Girruis tlcUc joy AtiJ laiiy lie trtry iti ly finder on tbe Sgurcs and ci Hire is the rciult of wclJincicJ labOM in the cause of humanity No Tbe oldbxkui advocated bv tbe not Were but tcrious Down witb MarbAtin the f ibcn bore tar bytaakj JilJ 0 fcBilcs K by at bcr Ustconfiacmiot one a ti S lUr raott At ttto triumph la iho ry tiiaoc ithjg r UaJ produced 21 taitj tiUinian1 lifi la Sacsr Iw Mil 10 Witter of tIci rA ill yt wiU furiy IS cthe to tbe of their pi the white aid negro detectives become tamil them that they easily iJctify tl inats jn tho members of the ibey Jtoarn with the adopted fors of aud up tbe a bcaa and tijul fcnfurc of their 1 tit U 1 1LI I U i VUV i I jf but j ifroai light into titsc i Uvbcn a decent white who was considered gncd a cven by gcmaflj ob color is rapidly We are i0 nal rtfiiffocn frorn o Up aero I1 l ijGErt wibbes thut all mankind hntl only one neck that it had only oacbcart two teargbnds and two bent A J ruLj or Tie tonics cf America nnt be Tvliat they cioulu true idea of life sinll become widely The cf tbo dollar and barn shortly afterward Trc rTldC howi lie arc to their natural the life of tban any already gitren I Irius lir which lilted Bore 27 sed 3girK in her second which lasted lore 14 sit tbo fito at the sis at tbe third A There N fan in tTh Krantiaw when a otcimcr The el the New YorkTines witnessed a a uf ti Then in 1 hj off thi i S For not fellow was Ure tbui deicribcs i andi fha fas duly added to lloston polievann o July MM iuit ticir ta ion tu iWr WaJ iI Ths were a forlorn baking ct when I bad all tbe od of univcri The chief cud of life U to j and thatgold is counted hangs a picture uton the S nhtt to of wood and cr of tbe which children were reported by tbe Methodist Sfbbafli Schools of Pbiludelphia Con ference for tbe past the was a grocer and provision storekeeper in JCew uurfc wji fruus n to nuu where his sign is still to be seen tbo free air snd a Mae that decorated bis ihop before thei ucnce f mch upon him in af i 1TJV I bis and by that A party Ibst would en Ul oihcr to htamp suih tctitiravnts upon tack to stjdjpaten lost which cf American titi penitentiary for ten tu con wllKll cus shouldbe rcatcd Uic with r IIUrCU21C3 I t a loy or a booi for the And tbistluy have aud Is this the whole of bu cjntinire to U man life then is it indeed a riseiKfJ taca and moH undesirable A child nill Po forth looked as if they didnt circ lictbcr they ever to I no f fevcrsl Mcalij for bMnaeu at Hkd rtfTjtc fail bsnncta ou tat a ftiw A J i hive pel in for tbe but be We like an the of tb r t it tlu sun riu ith tlnrif Jfnu is S all cf like broken ilm tbe fcr lhti5 We Siro ia in 153 of idem tu of proper Uus in coajn thca Uia 3tl toe t Wo Jj tut iviiieii ive Richi like cvory jqond eays that ThcVAvirm Clndidau wLom tho Southern pcoi clotUcj a j could hope to elect President iaandtb old ibtJI boigc is afccned bird soiu as itcau EyT Inter down a minuts pcrsois f llie with jjnj icr When tbe bill in thtir tbo Xew Yik as1 1 irjrjy rrIy 2 fast it were far better tlie Capitol quite a TLii plan jaakias Vlo bfnld be with all its tbe pbotojrapbic arf that that of vrholc fabric if under 1 tflcrn be Adopted ia all A of cjpu portraiti fivfraiiitiif tj threatened with far trul liGioe atriarilrjl acres MomLlT going through the uo i OLH1 y rn of gword cut asked how he fhould par niotbcr the band inc v Never mind said the old literates assueiationa thai tjiould iv1iii hanar only yon let the enemy iattop a1Jin J wouldhaveyou builu j scjvis a bom which ABXER lately postmaster at wUl never bo lightly parted a Boonc has been fbsl sad laws oi be j native J Ij the and tcnccd to ten years confinement in tbc all uhiwe itb tbe inicr that h gen THE mail carries state that their j Irim fuch a 1 have the plains from Llah to j fufiucuces into Kansas was impeded by iiaratuso counauuitif lii a IKHHC 1 while atitclopcs and aecrj would ec noble auiuision taking 1 jrcrjrous were much luorc naraerous tian I he 11 a 11 c IVoubU wife haj of s MO upriu I 1 Jaats in oiLetheabode of ibeV i t ci the Iuitcd States be uite gardcd aud violated to tluclj tu Lt i the of tbe camjiact which ljiii4 this i pive tbe imiruuiant be irfsiku itid botnid to britii ry a A vliir wis i uouicn to the bavo ever rcij 7u that Uleektiili further about 1 lUr it a llack wbith SarkcneJ the tlno a ber 1 nfTiicut were a you young husbaild aud l3j deprive vcur strongest bauk piil Stateof Indiana io the Hank at New It has iu thown oy its last thun that amount by utter poverty justify yon in denying jvcrscS ntul the brake put upon of ojrnhton these influences to your tnc citablithcd libu cf OTJ1Y And bis a auj in itcncd ninctcsntii etnlurv uuj uu tu u u n as vill corao I of i lo yuu through uu like f ILvuul woncv pay you for a dfjri tu a of initaUon X0 but thore ofiTbc wheels of ro ly it UK srj th su believe ibcy iiricr of a It raU tha CKel trilh of v j ilii1 rafc till rtacicd llo Pitlx cut 1 ri tliat tfck jatu tbe ujinulljf the various cfcurcbfi is tows uci tbe to hivi to aver of ir Ui were Ttj th aonaJSt ni ibi lieu driirc tint a arirt Vf thawirli bit aui itiscl null oihcr are i fin an ta ami whvta lJt Wobij f wi to the wiy Usii oaf tcji rri 1Hiit raix or tbo asil fmnJ wiy A twi catii cr a Miay J with e Of tfciy wilt b c I riiKrr blc ths iwa tliias lothc anJ be ia ibt wtlampiaj the llurnt WHY lowed H In of Freemen of isi juii ciiuorie lent of the Kentucky for Can vou vote witb ai Deaf and we find the tLe followjpartytliit yon of to the i fund to in tbn unhal ing conclusive argument against on w pretest of i From ten to wclve the HUMILI pride labor earth t to their aud their doc of as are by tbe aflic bis neighbors trines one to another j lions viMtcd in almost every cane upon Jut tbij principl Mbcir in blindncM Aboitionrrt5 bavc while tbclurKCOnswcrc i and idiocy and ought be a violation hisJeir of human laws i i my i has protect itself agrfast and cgc whose offspring i to established law they bivo LL court martia salll n0 why are you crying thcrcJ1 rank to as iu tnrc youll have but bopt to clem icstcad of pi BILL AVntiTEjLeditorof the Moccai proper and they have embittered thestato says the bccansc gets runs against diminished oiachalf iu receives a Lickinj at and r at the thfnk is only could njcc place without apUliahcd carfhc sajs I once iu rjnjtca states for one A it cost me and caro of infants laboring j of at the and have the communityTgbt turbcd tha good of J ciety bo much has Aboli tionism A comet nolludiig FrecdMirs And drawing Oeliuido tail of OLD Las resumed bis Kit has to so for i nounccj the Constitution of the Uiiitcd tbo Tbo General It may be hoped dial tuis important iect will not escape the attention of legislators many years longor It i have denounced the mstitutions of re jtonfidently belcivcd that By forbiddingIJigiou and proclaimed open San ollersij vbu rcdaugbter he portiyHbroaght 50 to tbs yoa T 4 ported hroagh Clinton coald cly 1 ilton came into anti IcnJi monejclwoald been at college paH lit that ho woubl man relative to whtid to the Commander a competent person toundertako fhc sdfc i DanoUtcn for a moment t tbo if Clinton be cap A WOIIU TO YojfSU be licvc that a by her J consistent Christian may exert an untold You doTWknaw tKe the almost which young no matter bnw wicked may be pay fo a consistent OJirislian bo she young or AVntle man once said to a lady who boarVd in the saae house with that V 1 fn England OUUU1CIU uuuvi to0 the goung lady will keen man floing We haTO known tWfo aro composed of racir from poor jaa knavcvfori tbe caso very and y i i A Socru AFBICAS publish a letter from the Qape of Good which state that an independent of white Itas been established in Southern under the name of the citzcnn various parts who were chased away frota till be profitable to the earublcaun to of a new and J perform F he reason why most people think more of their etomachca than their is because their a conToun ded fight tho larget of the tfifItis not tbabeigth to which men are advanced that makes them giddy it is looking down with contempt upon those below piece on teapiano lively upicts coffco ovar hu sU PrtesbjUriaai BomsQ OL A of editor ia who candidate for his party and few did not decide BE he lieutst Aai for The pleasurofof i remained seven lc dcdiistcd on h bonest Irero of tbe g and nth eloped from tiis named woman duhonett the jnorole arf1 ihow that always contradict tata hubandof JeieSV jet men wlfeoBtra man enterstbi I ata I tawtrafil ojfdUB I Milt fit grievance rota ad fipl rate pcnoaj in1 to Jtodia their to lite wtaa by   

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