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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - April 13, 1864, Allegany, New York                                 ItËpoâTfiiR« Pgbliìihcìift tfVcry WdvcànÀY, át tlio Vil-  tigept Aii^ellca, Allegany; Cannty, Y. ;,>ERMS-^T\vo Dollars ^vitlnn the , Tear; or Two DQllars and fifty Cents -»ti^tlioj&xpi ration • ' N.o ^aper discontiniicd iii'itil all ari-car-«ffcs are paid, unless at Iho option of Uic 'Publialier.  .. oxt'cuU'd wilh iKMtnos- and thsp.itoli.  C. V. DICKINSON, i:i)lTOll AND PilOPllllüTOR.]  '"lílB WORLD IS GO¥i:UNEt> TOO .SlüCH."  [TEßMi?,~'X WO liOLUÜS PEU ANNUM.  V(îL. XXVil.-  4-2  -frUre- lilièiiraiice ! !  IIOUNELLSVÍLLK AGENCY.  iEína Insurance Company, - Il AIITI''URD, CONNECTICUT, incorporated 1819—Cain/n/S 1.500,000.  VHARTFORD INSURANCE COMi'ANY,  ' HAIÍTFOIvD, CONNr.CTICCT, ^  taeorporakd X^hi—Oipilal SjOO.OOO.  ■Bamsenats  ANiiKLIUA, ALLEGAlvY CO. N, V., WiCDNliSDAY MOUSING APRIL 13. 1S64. .  [WHOLE m  ~ .frlVnittiiiiiiiirf ^ pfípe* , ,  %hei« p^'t^ tii «plliS •  lO,Mâ06UÎaÉ6tliÎtJ the ÀdtwrtlmiheAl-  PiIŒNIX INSÜRANCK COMPANY,  ________ril5ll'lfiJid.,:tIuiîJlî,'Cticut. ........  incorporated 1S51—C'(7»ííi/Z, í-lOO.OOO.  ' CÌTY FIiîEÏNSlTRÂ^XrE COMPANY,  J_______Capital g('>'r>0,OC'o._.  MANHATTAN Filili INS. CO^IPANY, Ni:w Yui:K Cn'v. Incorjiornkd lS'2i —Capital ^:;20Ü,000.  Tìì3 Ciiítaa liviua of <ï»e üepiibüc.  Mine C.\»'S l!!iT<! I' CII <lic. Jî'ory uf tUff to n!i <{ «Í ihr tor i : Ilo H iiinin.lliiiî vul 11)0 vhuaau »liCio the Krnt.cs «f »mUiftr«!  H.rt'.l; ' [m«o!-.>;  fio hmli Ij s-d »lio fti'cfut ii'n/s <if ïli» »criib c snilt  lltw trulli i«iim«c'h)iig on. , - ■ Olo y, Í1! r., Tinií<¡'irJ;iti, Cl<;1 ir>, Uui c < j «h, Oluf.\, O or.-, llailciijih! H h ira'Ii f n.  1 Jtave sein Um In tlio waUliTircs of a hUmlreJ ciitiiiií!  ________ - __ _ _  NORTH AMERICAN IN.ÎURANCR roMî'ANY IIarUor<l,ComicctîciU—Capital S^iOO.OOO.  NEW lîN'GLAND INSUUANCÎ- COAIPANY, llartford, CminfctiGut-CiipUrtl SOO 000.  Insiiraucc ciiii bi; <;ir;cto(! witli Uio siil»scri!)or "lli""th<j Ubovo oltl cfitalilî'-tura ^tOi K f'cu.'i imiick UIî" Dsvc'IIîukp, Storc.'ï, Churches, Fiicioiics, rcrsonal IrropfTty, &c.. oil terms af= favorable • us oiln r re-«pOHPÎblo Any comnîntiicn'ii.'nî^ (•.<]-  ili'CiiHnd tu tiim nt lliiinniln-Ulo wii^ nucl A-ith »rompt utlcutloa, ■ V ^ ■ ■ J. C. MlLLî^n, Agent.  ' Mardis leCS-r'Hy  Tli'j h/ivc l't.ild^l Hiin su Bltifinllso mciiinjjJoüs nt,il (Iniis; . •  l.ran Tfjj'jiJili.iiittrDnjjErntci.co.-lv lliiî'.dim aiiilJlulíi¿  .......  ................. -......, .. Uiii.<la>,li.iti4rj.lùiii.ou.........................  ï hive rendu fliTv gnsful »Ht lu linrui-l cil rows of fNoI;  Let ilic Ui r,» boni of woinnn cus^i t'ip scrppiit vvi'U liW Ivccl, Siiii'c Gu'J il >narcijiii< Ol).  • Io liiit'i njuüUiil fu 111 Ilio Inurpa tini BÍ ali üovof call rvroii';  Ile IR -if''l'i; nut »in- Jimrfïi of mi ll I cfurc tlip juOgnicnt n'ftt; Oh, !'e s«it(, my nail, to mi-nor.Uim; liejti''lliiit, riij fi.uí¡ . ' Oui (i li IS nuri-liiiii; I'll.  ill till- IlKllltll'S of t!lv lli.'lM Cl'li t \Ml3 1» rfh ucni»s (llC FC.>, W illl II hItv 111 Ili- Il lïOlii tMaf lraii!ii)t;uie> ju« hii I iiic:  Wliil.j (iiij i»irn>iliiii^ oii, ---------------cc:L,is«—■■ ------------  Wliai Püoplc Siiy.  his own iv.soiuccfj, von mny ¿i-ivo liim ymir rt'spooi, Uiît i.iiu tlio'ulilloii.''  WimU'vcr muy bo ayujinjjr iivaii'a qiKiîî-tics, if ho i,i fnii(î, very íuiid of j^uin^f- to the tiîoatfif, "ivluíie'' 1/miî.  TITK PLÜMl-:il JjOOT.  The íbHovviiig Dxthicí?^, í)-óm tlic pcn  1,. , , , , . take ínim tiío Atlantic Monthlv% íTOiú  u-liich a vorv corred ideu ot' this great,  AÜTEMÜS WAliD'cS AI)VENTURE.  T must relate a little incident that hnp-pcnod to your hu«»blo í5<,'rvant on hid trip home Inmi iho wars;- ■ .1 ,wasr walking'on t!)0"sti0L't, lortIiin{,",S() gnllint nud gay, in iDv hr.'iss koto an' bhjc bnttonn, and other iiiilitary hiunosH, when an excited I'tMnail núílied ont ov a iiousc; throwd h(ir phmip liiuxllca aroun' my neck—which part I  Jlyiiu cvtH- y-fH^^^-mturKpcnk yf-yeií'tt>-lhe t^titth-of tìrc foor,-[rmì ttr-Tllo  his I'.ahor or liicther 'uisrèsiìectr-.illy, con- oonsii'iiotioii of a l.istnpun which a Ix'ot  lioe can bo.moulded, which,shall-bo  tcmptnuily. do nul encuarap;« <itU n-; or tdu^e (^m bû m l^rasflfo wilTdr) tlìe Rnìao'/ji" yoti.'îûrdin"; à"(Ì3pte(Ì tö'itslarm ññtÍ uccûniniodalcd many way;í wiìL nud;c yuiu-achei lo ils-»etirn.  berme yon dio. j ''Ttulo this, liu bc\ain3 wlicre every _It; yo 1 liiiow a^votiiMr niiui HkvR lo  an);jiid tavcin douis, ut, lluvstux't corner«; tljo nr;tnral/üot a^ itiv iicok; ""  aiid about ^cal yonv hai-.d .^ii' nn-'poihjil .vs yct by social corrnntton's,  nîtiier Iban pL.co it m his, vvorth j j,, fo liavc c-  li muUT can tell you a fr-eal diverted ufit.  Ii.uinii.a <MI>UU lll,V -VVIIICU JKll t i Y , . , - s..»...........  lida't nùrid- Hincti, lis tÜoV were tôuiïxî  ..........tnc currency of rnurtiillty:  X have noticed that|je Arho thinks ey-  uno whcn, ho BÎmvea hiffî®îîv.:ûntl--lie ought, iti iïiçrcy iôrlï^  onos—and ejrcbiiined; ^ "Poo 1 beliold timo once ag-ain?" . - J-ih^fdt-y+'ili-ari» h<ddin^  me Ilio faslly," ^e/. I, trying to release thè eXft--i)(i'icli leniaiPH aiuìh.  "Oit, lev voli cniiì back~hcv yon cutn  Dy TfcUi.V T.\I.l,UAX.  SìiRGEOi'iM C?IA;;îcal  ISLJ LíU ^rH:^.  r—fj  ]^ermaûently L caled at Fiiendîliip,  ri--t. îV'U-tV ff^'^H-lÎL'iiiielt »"c Co.—¡11  - TTKT C; I>rü.\:t^V K fi. Í>v i/iivor th'i B oro of ri. ."v BniiMi Davis' inoc.Ic, Aiiif;!ic;i.  N. Tî.—l U-ivc 110 l'ivitiicr.  t:Jt3tf Au-i/l',cil April II,  AMHIÎIOAN IIOTKL, îseîmont, Y.  L.W. HOLYEN,.....PIiOPRIKTOfî.  rB\IltS Uofcl hi\s tieciii 11mr'S;i!;lily rounv.itvd, i<'  ; od »  FfRST CLASS I' UB LlC ilOCSß.  Tbo patroiugc of tho public if «ol:i;ilocl. The.pro-J- prietotwill spare no pains iii icnclciiiig the vMicr.-tclN an agreeable and plvs-ai.t placo oi :-ojmuu Ic aUthoie w!r> niu.y l'av er liim v, iili lii'-ir bu.'^tcDi  cyivvL'Yjtid-iy- aiitl' ùvm Ihu c.^r?^ li uc^  ■ orohargi;. ' !  ......L July, I, 1^02, ' ■ pdOiniaOU  ^I^IIE SaU^üriboi-'ä havÌ!i{; pin cbii.^id U  I- AVeU-ki)0',va  I'Mil.r  li iiyiit. at'i' tit ji vri. fcii ill ix;  y ubcvc  11 tlli,iH'll  jliU'jl to  ■ p iKH ò;ì-; 4_  'ú- pl'J^^^ to Úi- Winrif-Trav /< r —  Pu'ílic p.uraii viíi! tí. .-iiiLcitcd. .-íp -ciai atieiiiion will Inj tfivûi it) l'l'Ai-iiir.o a:ul W i-(îtii;:g 1'i.rlios, for wUicl» IÍ!)t';i. íius lusiii ko lamouí-.. rrici;.'-wilt bü üM-lo i,ii corresniinii «viih tiiut -i.  ' í'i.WKM. ÓLIV!-;!?.  Novtli .«i<lQ t!ie l'iUk. Au^.jlic.i, Nov. Ih'. ÍSt;3.  SLÍNTOH l'-OTEL,  NO. 28 ¡ÍXiJIlANTrl': S'V., UOCII K-TIIK, N". Y.  •íS'VAC Ain>s-:v íí (X).,  Tims tlouse ha.« Jasl 1)< IMI C(iini)U,(riy l i'iV.urxd aiid iifwly ¡iiviii.sliod. (iiis iius ai.-ubt i u iii-ti'oduevd iii'ojiilllnt j>i  makln-5 it-as coip.p!u:lüii.;i all ü.s .uj.porutir.ciil^ an aa)nioíi^,; ill W. sti rii New - Voi k. llocliestuv, S p.t. 4  l;  lúL_______  Ü9  Ijaifiycfití liiJU^e, ( íibn, X. V. this o'.d aad w:U k'i-'.va Tav<'ni Sr ;; d h h livcn ii;.\vly í ¡r:i;s;iu i,, i.ìd n '-a- i.i diiMni.  „ami lif-i .Siih.-oriiict-toiid r,= li.- fíc; vif. s !  Tuinvil l'i^Vfîy ifì adiiKii'.'s-U-'.' ii'l V.llii !ii •■> h'in.-  .ll  i:d d.  Uiid vt-ni ut ;m ter to ílij C'nn'uri aml w 'far-ir líiñi ■.viíM ür-i ' pi," :" -' - ^ í'AliLfcí'jiiiúj lióus. NVL'il; lon-d. and \ ta«i»a!)\:c arT'TiVv,ítcTi lo e¡vil aitd-.H;y his Ure ¡  . ' f. D. HATIIHU  illaoksmItWiíiL thc taviur ifeb) fti"] Olcftñ st... " "opfyíjsTtc  ■Wácksnúthinff-TVTll-.btíidoutí'üa tlú; s-EtVrTt'VTttotic^ aud laost rca-ona!-Ííí i'c.-rn:H—aad IIoi>:e aiid 0;{ Siio'ítui» m a fíiípcrior iua:mor. ALSO. niánufacturi-r ofCarnn^p'.'nuír^'if.s^Wnu'onM. ■&c.. tviid roirÜroifr d'-'á.-^ 11,11 ••^liort milicc —oiiudoor tonfb orillo niasfeinilli Slio!) oii Olean strcct.-  í'ooplo Icll inc l'iM ccccntiic.— ■ IVople. i¡oiibilch.'<, oiigiit ti) know,— AI d líieyVi'-tidd nía ni-FO cftcn T!):U I liall belicvo it's ho  To iny fact; lÎKiyi'go no fiirthor Tiiati 1.1 teil mo ••i;'.'^ tiio ruiîi'' TtifiTa mail wfio i.s i ccL'ülrrc •Miii-i bo a t cuius ur a lool."  I Lavo uol pi'ufimely handU'd Great Creation's niy.stic l^w.s,  Neilbor lua 1 idoithx'd wit'i buLuL'S, 'Ntir yd "ricUlitU \villi i^lrawH."  If l'ìu v, if-:er lliaa my iicighLors To ihuiiL' luUm ^' ¿MVO. iLo praise^ iiilc. pi:r;.iipr'.¿li-,' is to blaiii|j ll 1 I avo idiollc v.uya.  II I clioo 0 tc tiirn my cidlai'  (Jver. V. lido you lot yoiud stind, l)oi K it prove tliat I iiavo lot riy lis escupí; b 'yoiid cohiin3,i;d ?  If I ciiou.i'j tlial tli3 adoniinent AVliieli ii;o 1 a:;d of ualuro ¿ave - ^ "To tlns til \n'niig1ït ii!f 2 ûf"ra^ Ciiil at inyiition ol a fch-uvo ;  - if t cli'ioso ti) ap'j the prcphetg Or the- holy Naznriiic, Vi'h;) wtlli ¡lowing' lofks of ^'olden, Liüwii, (u- ebon hue wore fccu ;  WLiioymi cIijo.-í; ÜmI (his udornmcnt  Slia!l bo barber-ou^ly torn Fruui yuur ph z till you are barelaced, ............. iiTTcl ■ iTioT at cIt: lîTTî lOD pFötrslrörir;  If I ftn'Oio to use my patiyiico ^Vhile yen cliooi-c' to n>;c yo ; r boot,  ----J-f f chfuiso to be á-kiiow'jiou^ht.  When 1 here'stngi'trry a.'uot ;  If I eboo^e (o prai.-c uiy neiglibors WÎK'ii iny iiei¿;íilH;rs ïhuuler ¡ne, Iii í'i;uc; e it) Lei p iiiy ertili  .Wìnlo ycur tüiiju'j is over frco ;  -If I cliOo=e !i Irci ¡mbby,  Ai.d '.hc:i elicoso lo r'.di; him felow ; Wii L-you evAwd u wild 2:40 To ti.--' (jUy^ek >t he cm go ;  If 1 c-h(;(iK(; a pait Ihi luWest  W'iich/üie .sla>re df lifo nífords, ■\V-!i;lo y/Mi a p,i, t far bi;;licr  To f'.<il ill, ui):)a in btiarùs ;  II I eiioo^o Iv-. yr. el } nur rrduro  W.'i il a cüifi;, Di covi i t mcers, V.'bile \('ii cm so yyur ill paid claqucri, I For liicii iiálí iiborlivo-clieersi;  ! If-, r:: c'l'-ior-i; to r-ay a: d .'ec what I ' '■ •  I 1 duii't cîjcosi' lo.-.-y a id .-ec,  ÎI yt u clioo'-e lo do at!'' be yvÜat  tliüos« lo co and lo  And piy cho'c ' proves mo ecientric,  V, !iy. I ihiij; I mr.st b» ?o ; r4,cpl<' ti ll lili; I'm I cci-niiltí~ rcop'e. doübtivFí. ou^lit to knox.  alioiit caidf:; scciiis lamHiar willi a multi-i  til  0 «.jf li :ci-:a -M bieu can lie iH'i icinieu i n^r- i • , • -l i i Wiil. the same, ami i. himsilf an ade,.t in! ^  such tliing-s, let him win a!I the money iiel^^^^^^f iliL-^j two .listinct '»'vhe-;-  iono io;i<i,itud;iial. witli the lioeLand tho  nued  outward disinii-ses.  uiay.,üf,..uÜJierj5,.luit.J(,^t.Jiiiu. 'hviíi^-  heart, jV-r he will "hi.si- it" in'a year, amf j ball ot the ibot tor iis base  the other  ieave yoii a broken one lit iLs place.  If you l;ii(iw ol' a ''nice yoiiii.^- man'' who will ccrtiiitily heir a hii-o'e esilile, who is of a "liiy-hly res^peclaÙe í'iiinlly/' who .■scema lo he at liome as to llio usao-es, cus-and  Í3 the Ir.msvcrtO arch, having' its b.ïî^o on either side oi'the ñiot. . . ''A man'wlio wrdks on natural sur-iacOfJ with hi.« iuot nnprotectoii by mn  ce," |);u licilhulv' , • 1 • .  • , . .1 hrc-h in.s'tpp wbirh i.'i prized'as an «-vi-  deuco oí'i^-oud blood. Tlio Arab f;av;^a  him .slunilil he a  v(;ry tliiiiji in ita p  for ohi women, .wi^nií  children, iievei" mari y nmi .-^utniiu m-a-iK i . . .  vtni. Sudi a man can never warm a wo-1 ^^^''^fun ol water c.in llow uiidcr hn toot man'.s heart!; will never twine iirouiid it ! 'Witli.oiU touclmi;^ the sole. Under the the tendrilti oí" a trtie a(Vi-etion, fur lie it; j condÌMomv sup[)o.-cd, oí'a naked loot on innately colti, unsympatlnzmg- and scliisli, la natural surihcc, the arciies ol'tlie foot  nul you  will  ¡iclíiieí! leave  your-elf.  uid truiiblo ctJine to yoa tu bear thiwn all  Idlenes.-!, haviii,«,^ no ocimpation, wiP. al-way.s iiinl inevitably en,i;-ender moral and I o[ i-alnre. |)liy.-,ie;il il¡!-ita:.u'; ¡iiid tlio;;e traittí will be more or le.s.i perpetuated iu tlie chiMren born to such; tht; bruntnl" tlitv-ie calainil ie.'i has to be borne by th(> niotlier, and in the liearin;.»' up agMÍnst tlu'iii, how fiiany a ii'diie hearted woman lias fiiirrowetl anJ oT^eved, and loîled herscli" itilo ä prema' -t uf, - H1 ay-1 le -l^Km number cannot in; espiOH.scd in a AîW lì;;'-nrcK. Therefore, my s'unny-faced dau;:!;h-ter, if you do not want tu g'row old before your time, to live a life of toil and sonow, and t'h'n priMiiatarely die, glv<; not, yuuv hand, but only "the mitten" to a young; mtsn7 however welrborn or nchV vvTio Iuik iHit a lep;iruu!itc caUni¿- by which he could "mai;e it.,liviu|i"' if ho were liy Bome for" -^u+tydeí-t-peimtles^íí.-------- ------- - - --------------  will eoninionly inniidain their ¡n(cí.¡;rity, and ivive the noble sava^'o or the_ bare--i'ut>te\l Scotcl'c lib.-io tlie elasliciLv of !.':ait whi«li we admire in the  ('ertainly Pvo onm back," sch I, or "else I wouldii't he 'bore. Bnt 1 doa't thinir limow you nnrchly.^'^  "Not kiiow me—yonr own Gìnrctta Ho.^etta DeliottaTr-Hho who has not sot ber eyen ontoyou forinore'n two ycara! Yes," «he coìitinii(;d, placin' her haiids onto my siioUler.s, and lookin' «p in iny fuco liko u i-ilyih- ho.sci-ny—'^-yeH-l ¡iw iny nwa dcar  Alfrcn'rt eycs, hi:i noae, liia earrf, Ina--"  "iMadam," sen I, ''e.xcoose me, l)nt allmy me to corioct yoa. Kf I^air not mistaken, lhi;ao earses iin! cycscH an' nose boidni;' to my^tll' imlividortdly, an' your own AH'»ed  cum into iion, Lincoln  - ... .. ......... feinail was mis-  liiken—ihatflwaa naLmo but anolhoi'"maj. «iie winited, . -  "llow old is he?" sex I. '•Which'f' 8ez Khe.  "i hat, lille uon, Lincoln. Hninside Mc-Clcllan an'.soTórth."  ' He'» just bìx montila old-i-tho little  dar!in[ç!''  "\Ve!l, mada^n," hoz I "et' little Lincoln  '•i>ut aw a la>iro povtitni of mankind tread on artiíicial hard jmrfaces, e.?pec-iaily jiavemeni.s, their leot are L-nbjoct-ed to a very nnnatnn'.r anionnt of wear and tear, llov/ ^rroat ihin-ls tho inlnd)-itants of citic.s ai'C aj>t to lorgtd-.  chihlrenian' you liavn't Kot eyes onto yonr own Alfred I'oi- moie'n two years, I thiidi there's a miHtako aomewhere, an' that I am not yotir Airred, but anolher man!"  'I he woman shot into tho honau like forty, tin' tliat was tho lust of her; but I ()ity poor Alfredi  violent percnsiion uihI nnoven finrlaejis, they nin.'^t. bo protccfed by tlVick .soIei?>x and thick soles reqtni:o strong npper leather,  Wlien the foot is \ved<xed into one of thesic casing's, a new boot, a .stru,i;;glc BegTnH wlucb cndy in  eoinpromise. The ibot liecomcs more or less coinprci^sed or deibrmed, and Tile" l")W)t~iTTirre or^^lc'SiTHfTcnTd^JtlP'Trtr^f!)^^  points wliere the CDiuiter pressure takes  placed " - : ^ V -------  'tOii the part iiif flie foot, the efleets 1 re lt7i bte 11) RW t he m •  THE STO M AC IPS appeal,  .Who but.an idiot or-sam« . nnpriní-a'pliíd servant or recklessly wanlel'ul spendlhrift- ^jj*-wiui'd think of buüdirfu' as lar^'e tires' in liieir htaise.s in the Ajji il ;;pi'in_u'-t iuie as in \)l(';ik Deceinber? Aiul yi^t; lailiv.'s' ami g'«>iiiIeuie!K slafesmen, p!iiImshpliers, .and sell ihirS"ot" ( veiy f^'raile; îi;'.' jiulu'e, llu' -se-uator, the hiwyer, and the cleriiyiivan, S.a!l commit tin; more uii'i.irtioüable f'.;Uv, 1 unpardonalde liecaUde it is a;.^'a;i!st ¡í.l:,'!;! land in f.ivor of tue lower iiistinu-ls anil I pri pens.itic;^., of not fuily as iiincîi ;'.s ilie I ;il!jK'tit(! demr.nds, but ol' "takinv; something-" to sîiinul.ite that af.petíK; to call fur uioit3 tliaii nature ie:,d!y nei.íLs, as the warm weíüln'r ai»i;ro;ie!it's. The two o!)-jceîs ol' eiitii;;:; as to men iw.ú won-en ai.-l proceed ÍVoju t wo seri'^.:! of »lala. Fh^^f, io <cive vi^-or in tin; body and to keep it : ^o ria in theoretí'ürví inlereiu-c-s iroin .the  lare ^  selves in the thíckenina" and inilhinnra-litni of the integhnieiits, in dÍH|i]::cc-inent 'of the ioes, ur.d occmiionally in the brcakiii;:,' down oí the tran.svers(; or loni!;.iiudii!;d arche.". Oo the part of the- b'''!)f or .slioo, th.ei'e is a radnaj ae-(Hininiodationwhich in time tils it to the foot- i'lniust as if it had bccu nnuild-ed npoM it, :•'.) tÍMt a- little bofbro it is vi-orn ont it is invahialde, like other blessing;! brlgliteniiig betoro tiiey take.  ihcu' ílij^ht......  '"Nuw, I)r. Pluinor':; inuiroveineid.'-.  A w-Jiiîï W1FB:— AÍr.s. X-—^.whoji'oj-  sîdês^Tï om'r^eni ii neighbor,Ayho was rGprcscnted.d^ ^qnarrekome in bis family, making liia hwne anything' but a pleasant abode,— She,^^;^»pwevei', having heard that his wile wita^a good deal of a vixen, thought til at lliel^fejiúglitJaíLH^ inipleaán'ut ëttûe of artairs in the house. So, full of charity.nnd.the doctrines of tbe )a:y_0-ümidtK¿vilrB. X-  WHAT I UAYE NOTICED:  I bayo ndtiecd that tho pnrt'cr of ev? cry 8ÇÎÎ4îih Jiian in "f<)rgivc us our debit»" but that ho makes everybody ptiy wiio . owes him, to tho utmont farthing: , fi'^'^nv r wTSJ I have m>tlced-tlnit Death  lesa judge, thouprh not impartial, Every inaTi <)we3 a debt. DotUli i-unlnions  I have noticed that money i.s the fooPt^ wisdoiu the hnave's repìltatinn,' the wise iinm'sjev.-el. (he rieh inan'« trouble, tLe_p00r4uauVd0f»{re;-i5nd corctouF mun s nnibitio», otul tho idol of-all.  1 have'noticed that wliat is, is riiriit, with low exfeption.s—the left eye, the hd't le;r,anil thè left fiidc.ot' thè plum pudding. ,  I have natieeii-that in order to be u reayonablo creature it is tiiiio to be downright niadi  I have noticed that ar? wo are always wi-shing instead of working for fortUnCB, We uio disappinnred; and _culi Dame Fortune ''bliud;'' but it ¡litlie very beàt of r-VTciencO thrifc"flre"0lirr(Ty liaa*li)0i5t capital eye-sight, and i.s nò "granny" with itpectacles. , '  -1 Im-tì noticed-that purses will hold ponriies instead of poundf^, _  1 have iióli(icd tb!tt-toTnb.gtoneg sny "Here he lie.s," which no doubt is often the truth; and if men could ¡s'je the epi-taplhs their frlendt} sometiine.s '.Vrite, they would suiely believe that they luid got into tini wrong grave. .  appeared in hiy duy, was hell. He iinaffi iiiod it remarkably fitted for that pui jiose by itti íiery vapor, and its n Item u to plu tig-c.s, now into tlre^fioìjcn c:itretnity of «pace now into tho acorchiiig -breath of the «un. Aguiii, -a -T-almtidic writer aays: "There aio in licll BüVün abodes,- in-each abode »even-.  Haven tii()»kui3^eft»ii in each cleft seven thojisand Bcprpje^l  en litnb.s, utid oh each limb are eevon thousand barrels of gall, TheVo aro also in hell Hovçn rivera of rankest poison, so deadly that if one touchbs .it he barata." Christians exceed the Jew in their jantici-pTïtiôns 60-  berly and believingly writes thus: The world will probably be converted mto a gieul IhKu Ol' liquid globe of firq, in wîiîclï tjip w i cite d « h a 11 be whe Im ed. which win îïï w ay H be iïTtëni peat, hi wh Ich t hey «ìndi bo t<ieàed_to aiid^ iifg' Tifï rcHl  day or night, vâiJt wTü^s o;' billowa <5if fu e con tiïxiiiilly 1 òllTfig over tlioir headf?, of  warm; liencc all food contains two prinei-ples in greater or IcvSS projiortions. ac cordin;j,- to its (piality—to v.'il: nulviliou ^^n<l Avio-inlh. "VYe ne<,'d iioHris.}inu nt all tlia yexir round. . l.aaicc'^^ we niust all l!ie yea"r ro'inu! eat fisod wlrch contiilm.i nourishment^ that js, tlie\;11esii fdrrnilii;- jirinci-  huL in vvanii wculhgr tiic fiiod uiltiehj.'-' caitaiiis tliu liio.-st nu're fiud, Hhmild be to a ccriain ektvnfc <MMi;;'!ed,otherwise We wiik.erea iii-Uw litiat 1 h i u us,'.ariu j  ,cts riliovc nainLML Fiialing  es liîsbie lo br.e;;k dov  11, ho  i he iH-cli-HUp'ports  (he transverse ;!rch_l.i^'"ii!uldiig tlie in-uer i^urlacc. of tho siiîc" Wi^r^ fo it C'S'Jirtvi' iiistciul of coiic'.tye . iranà-v.er?e.iy ; l'io makes the in idilio portion "the -fole convex again in bo'li directions to Ktl¡^portThe Ipngitiidinal tircb, anil-fur llie.^aii io .j,;en.so'n- eXte.iida.;.the forward,-, mr-ñ».  that is i'evf r, .wlio.se \:i:îims- are CGiintéd ! to support the anterior portion of the this excess:ol' heái,i licGpo'f tiïôi^:—  lier ntíighbor's house,witir tho benevolent i il te I it of roconcì 1 ifíg^the dìffe ren^e s (^istinti  ter half sònicihirig in this style: ' > yoii know,'' said «lier "how  nmcii plfîat-anfer it would be if yojijinir Vvhicl^ they^s^^^^  ' '' ''" HC^isoAv^iin atid vv'Uht^at;.ttó  Jiandíí,^K'ii^<;yes, tlwir tnngncFrVlie^^^^^ tlieir loins .and their vital.á 'tíhall forever be O'y pf «iíhu-iníj, niclt  to níeít tho very rocl« and elemerits| HiKl also they Hhall eternally be ftdl of the moat quick and lively sense to feel tho.torments; not for one minute, nor for oiie day, nor for one year, nor for one age,'ni>r for two age8< nor for one handreti ages, nor for tei» th,ou-iiiindft of niiliiiofn.s of agcM ono^afiet-^nothë'r, hut forever and ever; withont any end at ulj, never, never to bo delivered f  your liu-sband would live together with-on ! (piarrellingibotii yoa and yuur children would bo hup[der; and in.stead of being a rc¡)roach to the. neighborhoiul,, } on ¡night become honored memberfj of '••(K.icty.'' ''And it may be, she contin-nei'., "you are pot altogether blamelesit ill tiie matter. Siijipose you try and see whr.t the hiw of kindness- pra.cticed toward your husband will do-in cllect-ing a reconciUaihin. It .certainly, can. do no lir.nn. aiid you may succeed in toncliing the ,tender chords of his lieart. ;MÌd Î10 lïiuy renew hi-s old affection.''— "Try it," she urged, "and if vou do not  of-  eod you will at least hc.ip coaU on hi.s head-,'-and on. ..  ------ÀivgclUa,' Nov  zür;  IL li 'äj. Lra Cî^ >£> vSi'^ï) "THE MITTEN." Scveiíteon vears a"-;) there v.'ii.s a fair  OT.; ¡J on s PTC î'y y (  ar,  •■■(.îofre iêi^  m  liTiiace to tho. purdiG ihat lit  aiY-  l:il<(;n ont  as il Aax'lirtaeo", aad tho?.o who . will liad tiiin '•• adv at nil tiir.fs ¡ny pi-ia'vúrí bUis (if Sil« tvUii  •a f«|:ìl ir lití í.lFf ■djsiw his îiiîrvic  hi» »-»ni'i USoac « r^wi _ T^TS: tfrÍTt^a+tnrs^Hw-^ naiíuu  1y iiotid id 11 iiUoa<l. l^lst OíTice^Auldia^ss,. AiJ- [ r--------------,,  i^lljw-AHutrray Côïïam^ --------------------iivom^yr tU  Oct.i, '  -aM íio pure, ¡jo lovely,tsn tdmed, that she^ by__aiiumtóh¡ng Míe still rises- to my »jiijd -ns aljimt-al^jj^^'^^»-^--^^^ "^S't many  Won by a íiaialsome younu' man of cun.-eid-(■r;il.|f weal'.!i. lie sported a tine team, didigiiled in Ji until ìli', and kept a  tine oack  dl' haúnd-s. lie neittier phiyed cat'd^i, drank inl4 nor used tobacctj. tie l-jgd n;) occu-t44>4+-aííe; He lived oti  rbiiTrever being  v.diic'i contains ni.j;o warinlli, laoreiuel, j KC-rvico, mid stU(]ies^jhe reliefi? and hob called carbon byl-hnms^iiiii^Hj'i'iu! .sc^iison.! lows which the loot hns shaped on the i-f the ycavjrrvqcn-es. To a certain exient j ¡¡yjer snrficO of ita 'soly. :CjQii>paring nature rcg:nhile.> the demand and'siipply [ vo^id^^! mI' tlii-; o^-.-^niMM.  •d on the anatoTiri-  ■ crïd coincidonee. in them, h« c«nsírííetí>  with their joint  prêt hcnr-öiSravor,'., aiTTl TìC'C-.uTìi  tíiat as the spriiii.!: Cfunes en tîiisr aoiietiletì I 1 • i , • r  , ' '. ^ ,,, I- ! hì.3 last m accortlanc  are not as vigorous as tuey were a if^vL r • ..  weeks eai'íier, begin to take alarm, think-  .UlLCiUlin^i:  iu(e.r-<'iit a-Uuic of .which  LAW.  •4TTORNÍ3YS & COUN'SMLLORS AT  -------" ' --Aiîi/âtk^^^^^^ County, ' A'. ï'.,  flTíU attoud to all b ií<iaí;fs ititrustcd to their-chargo, with ¡jromptiiess au(l dispatch. 8. OllKliX.] AVflKI..  OlUcii-r- Còrticr Qf Mala and Center fctrcetH.  would nave supp'Mtcd a iauVily\|iand.-jouie ly . I nc-ver 4iavv;_4.1ie fiüx bxide agidijjniv  lljey are goiiifi (IFey certainly  hiMict? they bet thé name tioa bitte:  ,iil  fct -1  a-UM cwnciiio'-IInless tiii^,'  We aro infornipd that the Phnnor Lrîst ha.; beon re con tjy do p t e d - lb r the  ^in to take íbUch lUldci' iVdiicdam.KcIiiKvpps, phinta-  "\V'e iidei our ov.n humble belief ijifit  lir. Plumer dese  v»-cll of mankind  eap whisky, with just lor. applyivig'íjóiuif.r ar,aioniîcal prinei-  to the  feet, :hk} for contriving  iïs"~iriîKxîrî'Toi''ir bo^^^  Last "si-ibi  m  Ojinf'fX'lrìa, would rc^?pl•;elfaily nnnounco to  Id a fe'w days ago. Seventeen vcars j^.d j^'-^^^^^  passed awav. and with thfín hi'r beauty i Î" "u trace" (d Inter to rob it of;i(>r  and'her yoniii. her husband's fi.riuu(« and I't^ :nafnr of -^roNîrnt7»-T.r-.d-irly' beer, ! són-uìg  Ilia 'ii'e, '(iuru.g llu- latier pai t of vdiich ' "''H pohcr, all these- thing.-i tending to | whieh is adapted to the fe.rm tia-y lived in a log cabin on the banks „f ; cheat naîiire into a call tor mure food than ¡ fj-^^nj. {¡¡.st:; instead of Iwring to be the Ohio liver, i.cav  l'írfHVÍ-iíí^iug - - -  SUCC  lire oi __  AIT this waii listened to, when the re: .ply WHS mad C I—-  "1 don't kûow about yourcoal^ of fire: /' ¡rkd hQÍlimiliQl ic^ ai.d it dlúut do a bii ()t\, <jOQd!''^-^Ilfn icr\i Marjaduc.  -r -ii'W'-n J it div < 1 r i n Iv ^vhiVk y Do you knoAv? Wqll, we v/otild like to  in wîilcli . pûÎiliinj.mt;. .(-niuinon 'pcopie iifidTÎTe'Tc^ and even ed-  ifors and huvy.cr.s indulge. It is a very meAn praetl^e.^ Itjle.slroys thelintel-lect, damns- th.c sou!-.  Thiîr devii won a-g^reat victory Vi'hetHie introduced- whi^^ itito the world. -Ile knevv what: ïie waa aboutV It wn.s bis businei-:^ to iill his région with fiouls;' and ho knew that.wa.s the be.st recruit-ing ofiieerjbr the armiez of perdition; i.hut he could employ. Wo have a few drinkt;r>!. Duu't tcfuch jt. it jjjltvrei, it rnin^, it kill.s.— Tiîe lùndest, trnest, best hearted men in the "worM <lrink iitjuor, to exces?.— knovT.^-tho t^lrug-  i'jtes of such mea to res^ist tho tenrpta--" -timu—tIcí-a,Uiñ¿Jawwv'i _lu>w- earncstJv  of the foot i P^'--)'^'^ ^^^ '^Jelivcred from' pviL  líjenneiliasset's I.sl- !'''<]MÍres, to impose ou the tslomael;  lüki.family iu-Mojie - swtgle i^own, h»boj-...than it can perí'onm la  ,nn water,-Tat^ baConT ami (;!>ru i ''n? the -ground lur.snmim'r IVver.i'^and tl^ lie:hu.sban.d iiadju^buíáiess ca^-j P-l'^his, which, brnig death to tlmuaan  who mieht ha ve li veci te  "'í' ; ¿'rdhu in by a painful isories of limping  bread. --------------i > • , , .  | pjicrty.- llu ii-Keiilíéhnrn-trf-ethictron, ! who might have lived to a  thAt hr'm l.i4vlly Affoin.mr Alln^-any | vi^jhienient, of noble impulses; luit when s"n¡.ly let thein-  •ivand prcnane utícrances¿ • tlmuaanda '............___  undersigned, ro.i j dcred about, lirst trying one thing, 'J"^' ^ho spring , V u e 1 s  ta th3 juiral.d SilJiti-. vid I'l.L d-^ ol dtc.a'Ld ,.,,„.11 tin illy obt uiu d1 «''C e\tt nt ot s iti-fymg an unsthuul ited nunoi w iin ins o\. n luma ,  SaldiLV^. tilt wo hu' b'La rq nulled with tin m ..n JKii-^vt\ti -M , Ipss of Tii'ion u . 01 ^ 1. id ~ ---"7  Amo» 11. Smith^Eai, oJ ^  oj luatiuui tiic iMKn was_gieat ami the "J'l • ....... ... A vanvnian'S^moib^^^^^^^  fiCd Vf s alfiiTe,^ ■• rtíid---Í il-ui..ii.ny,.titlier dogs or donkeys, tn' wlUl beasf:>, had simply  Voltaire say.s, "A pliy^iciau is án nnfoi--tiinate gentleman who is every day ealled unon to perftH'tn a tairacle—to reconcile  Oil, how nniny we know kind hearted, true, loviifg men, who are vapidly pti^s-  A warning to tue.  OnooT Îîiê BtrÔDce^ hecn made tue jetatSt «f  p-raten in líritísh porti ft;  Is 1? liwHr?—Punr »wift; »tii steamers, built tinder tbe\iíli¡^ wcílkriowu Confederate oStiBfit  dcV of íTie Co«fedcrirte"^Ooy«li! tiiórong'híyeqoippeJ for war, w our seaports, have now elmoci " acar of' llib giiipfl^Tf whose merchant mnm«Jl 0W1Ñ" These l^jtfr vcsset»;  ish gold, constructed by_  dern, etjuippuU in iJritiJii port»,-ued by lirilish sailot«, tiow work ofdcfitnictlon, with ihe huiited as a decoy tot  twOf'tìtè  tho mwchant vca»èla of tliO Vtti Of ih» four privateers, on ¿da and tho  ft Confederate scapOif; ■ TNjr'll» tirc'îy lîritib'h în their desi^ttittìi ' They belong to no recogaij^-fttlltj Obey no 'rccogiî»2ê J'r j "(Ëejr lÜ«^ 'ij íus as tho <var-phijpSofanyBQ**f*îf»|^ er. - lìriti^h froiïi (Heir fo' lMf* mnt.->, thtìij hav^ nothing ConfedenUt ifM (hem except tho coîorabîo preteiftdTi'-il called jcummissioñ from- au Îmiùtg&tlÎMÊâ ject of tho United Stute«. E^f« Wm  der cover of untruths, got bat of oirfWiri clandcBtinelyi aud without iküy kí|^<Ml alice, and now- cng-agcd 4n barm^-ämi UP fUfjticion, tind tvithoai tliit iKii their caplureif - wli^h the bti^pB^ in other word«, the law of batÌ»n«TefllRÌ these ftmr lucendiarics are tnaki^,« «f«É history which, in t"rn, will utthwiC«fy«Nl ate a war, for they arc imt öu!y; fHnjftlì ships of one of the world^i mi^Úetiail tions, but they are; tjit the «tante tiflMiy fig^ ing in ihe heart of that proud ond fKMi^ ftd nation a fi^ of hatrea wbicè 1  OLD Noïionî^-Aiioiît a placb OF Finx'njs ^^^^ .—..v.»_________  was coiiymccd that the groat comet, which tjj^ ; ■  *'Tbesothiitg8 arc «imple fmcfi. ' AlΠicsíuoaptaina, bronzed wiih tr^pìctt mil and gray with age,rrhb ed fe vet's and etorms in. aicqttirtD|r erly in their fine ßhips,—ttte retundí « ^tlieir ho^s^-by db^nty' rma^^îiili^"^';;!!^ h%gaTx'd by the iocendi*nsin <f-fÍiÑni tet't-^'fitted ottt'by-En^iiili «wmlW« Parlitiment, iu open and impndcirt «ôilN Téntioü of Englislf hiw. ' An* fàm^M thiB is |thé case, there is ob omr tlllill book ati cnactineni which dcbraei imhUIÍ ntentfor oll who fUrnisli or ñt ^mé pvivatfcrs, or who 'utteinpi' to fltlMl  fö furnish such, or who are-M iiid|i|( 'coficcrued in' the aiding or . müitiig. M those whoattempt ioforni '  A Cnn,T)'d pAmi.—In thu highlands of kotlaiid there is a uTountain gorf;e- twen-^ty l'eut HI-width and two hmnircd feet in depth Its perpendiciilar walls aro bare of vegelatitjn, sUvo- in" the c.rcvíceí,"ííif which grow numerous Avild flowers of rare 1 e.itUy, Di'.>>iioiis of obtjiinmg íipccimens of these moantain beuntics, Borne scientific tourists, once blfercd a lligldanil boy a hand.Mimc giftjf he would consent to be hjwered down the cliil'_by_iW'ope_and'gatiV; er a Utile basket full *Thë~t)ôv~lôtjlîfd  •Avjh.lfuiiy_jU, <ha_ 4nonoy,-.fbr- hia-par-t-itííi: wero puor, bal-wheti he gaxed-at the yuwix-ingchasm heshuddered,,shrank'bac&iand-dêelined. in liitn  ÍQ spite of this tightly dmwet thua-iui'.udes not the ctiief crlnliii IImh bijt all, dowivto three-felHfi^ali-who have the remotest complidtjr filp Ml guilt, anorc -vessela of-4i «imilar-llhwi «I being built, atid tha ofenda ii rewiiisi m -Parlianjetittvith cheersT ':l'hi8 ia_tt aerioualfitato of arc drifting towards a war iit ^ right will pot be with us-—a w«r-tif|íl!Í tqntuus dimension», in which the wmw^ clas.s will have ho sympathy" 11901.^ governing class—a straggle of _ to which' liritaiu, condemned hf-of her own children, wdlt notbejMt. throw heV tmdivided power, ütio a juncture, wc beg of oof «üriÉfll member th9_cxamp!e of lite ISiaited^ for at thití tituc iitatcBmans^p'^<4iMM-L coubist in unswerhig with the qiflbAíeéi a country attorney the ja»t an angry nation, but ,iu dea1i»f;iiiiltl that nation a nicasure of jnstlite.ifcf  compiett! as that which cvi_ved-at-h!V  lionor ha\e«o power to inore Ifctri consideratioiw pf interest shbjbll It is for tho people to eowider in theiiHdstof ptface nad-.  ivíslí to fan among 4heir WOiit Ihisa frre« of íiüí^ t hi eaten 4o iK^cqmo^Tiacoiit*« for 'workinsr men to  -wjfl idly stund t>y am see ____  întorëal^ ftyeriliced to the itítefffiMÍ Í "or^hrcc^Khîp4>ûîtde«», «ad »  li n t. li 1 i a 11 tí vu w as s t r+fii^g:-w ith-aj'ter anuiher-^lancu at-tha-gift and at the terrible lissme, his heart ffrcw -, • , x  wronged to graillé iite_ 1 class. It is fur good nxeit  ''I will íío,jf myjailîer wiP. holdijie fòpè.'' Aiid then,- witl^-initthriiikitìg-TicrrcB-and'ilr-;,^!, hc'art tirrr.ly strong, he snílered his father  and perpeltial disgrai^^jT^:  to put the rope about him, lower him into the wihl abyss, «and tD suspend him there" while ho 'iilled his basket with the coveted (lowers. It WÜS a dai ing deed, but his Truth in the strength of his räiÖüT[s~arrir, and tiie luve of In'íí fuíUurjS heart, gavç him couroge and power to perfocm^t.  J3E-OX-Gqoii 'J'iuu^AVjtm  Tliero^di biiei tymtnunity for the trrie ' one universal rule by whidk JiûDffi-jd4ô4eU«-the-aiti*<r _ the freshest «tocfcj and wínTi est::' - lt..is' -ac?«?r/¿ses,—wh'a seelui hia buaineas  it-.g di)wn to death on tlio j-ushing èrint^xìcatìon.^i "D you drink? Stop  The in«tttnt-thy-he;iîHs ìftld %>n ília "lüllow ís^that in_whtch conscience.delLv_efâJtfl.ilfc cri-'cs. îf it has conceived any evil design^ it is surrounded by thorns. 'Ihe softest down is iiard under the restless heííd of the wicked; In order to' bo happy, one  8»y8 that he can otla^e tiaa^aîa Hofi^  brought him thi« to bo too low M liberici ìtdmtiMra; who afeict i  yeirj. and 'i^we foand hira to ha. aa honorable i <iompcnsati<m small j ,it wa» that «n* man îa his bu.siness relation,B^a^ul bebeve that I ^tj,,,, . il, I,herotc " ' any-bitilnoss eulrastod to bita w'lU bt^transactcd rj ¡^ -  wUIi W-tif^.  i JA'^ibs r*V3i\a, 'jOUl Ht'Ì^F,  ftoitogâi^ J  JTV "AyBÎTJ iOOE,  " —im\3os ilcKfcB^  J. A. Jackson,  : L.. It lIlTCIlCOCS,  _ Ttît^sris ^  -UouMi\-s PrLhíiOittí, JuiiN iNimasoM^..  irjOft  foajvaoi ÍüaoiT AUrticrc^tobuy youuUrd.  AasoUe^IIardwarcand Asricaltaral Pf» wthrtelithj best aad moBtcompIct8iM3Qrt-< MleffegAilBtli^QDtfz.  y^r_^ ^____  girl had become a brolceli-hearfed, "caro? worn, povtrty stiicîCn widow, with a houseful of helpless chddren. , "  ~Yoairg_W0fflitiii_if a ritlu-yötißgi-mftif askfe you to mairy hi^n, and has no trade," or occupation, or calling, by which ho conid make A living if he were throwB on  {h-day for your own sake» Po you know à friend-who"som <lrinks ío-ex-  çc:-s but is tr\-¡ng-tü lead soberlife?— Yop do'i Well, don't tòm[it him. It is n great t-rinirrto iTiso your iuííuonco ior th'ô^d'e^tirctiô^é^^' ioflmv" a^cicftirè.'—♦ If you \vill itijtite yoiirscifj do so, but dóii't be InstruinQntyil in tiie uuirder of your  ' ForttY-Hyfcyearájigo Ihele,were inJParis pidy three FriÉcataïit churches ; there are jiaW-thirLy^ne.!- At that time tlicrc-were somctliing like 400 Protestant churches in  aipl'^^^^ __ThQ nmm  The nuribor of-Coiigregational miniafofs  du-Gwat-lk-íiain—ilnd -it-f- depen/îeiîces í«r^yot ^^_  "2,612_; tn t|ie "United" &íatea""2;üi3:~ ïlïëtpp»' «^t hts^lipcndtlirift habits, remember  Would you know haw me'oih'ous is an oath? Listen to theyonog practitioner of ^ ■ - - \vtîcfFyôu lose ten»-  during the same-p(Tn<>d husi incrcased^Tï Pavia frotn ais to forty eight> and through the Kîngdoijrf  from Wèst.—------------ -----  for thu nightly reproaches it i-an make must be heard J yet it is never sO dêlîciaiis," so tranquil, as after a day on which one has performed some good act; or when one is conscioOs of hayhijr^spent it tusóme useful or substantial emplu^meut  A Queer Sextpkce. — The foUowing queer fieiiluncö originated, like many other odd things, in one of our monthly'maga»  ^ qj-ejio tcoH qp:ra rotai."  Í. This spsUs backward and i^örwwd alT the samo. - . ^'-JThen^ taking all the first lette« of  one^piilow, ™  it x-iin makö L^i^ffo MÄ-my  He tnrariii^i* tha&^he^maniffj^^ ho has fewer catto« cftothft Mrmhoéê petitii^ttlô  [«Iex-^ÌM pence''  customer/MBài  ¿i^A wgtiì^ descrìbi^,  his sen'sations Ithiis: "The first hdur I numbef of Baptist clergymen in Great who it was that taught li^im to prefer ifilm  Baitain it 9»006; in thi* wo^try 1,954. coat to ft fiaO^^iSifeSeri^^^^^' ¡laiir Imore mfratd I tImidnHr  3. Then taking all ti» «eooitdJette» âl each word; speîfs ílfc seccn'd word.  Then all thc_third^^»ttd Jio oa tlicoii^  tlíd  witkjlièjj^kfl. ter of each word, apelUng tfa»'l*fl? t Thcu iik^ oext to ^ jMà-«L j| wordf «0 «H ttoMliiiilk;   

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