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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - August 29, 1854, Angelica, New York                                 ' ;t;i>iïi:i> î^irn'iaimD'WKÈîaY, uy  ......  -«Tîft-  ■O. 'Zf  '-m  cfiii.-. in Ptlv.i'rcc, ,■0 aud lilty  Titnir. p. r a 11; .1.^,(1 ilit, tv,.' i.l.i: . '.l'ii.i îlj" y> r.i'. <\' t ci'r.i; ,iu l'Lil <)'t'ili'j^yt îtV. .  di.--uiithHUil UlU/i all unvaragcs ßro jcíM. unì. fit "iiü'iji ci iliv jí^ií T'Iuj?,  Atíví ^•l:.'■(uutll1^ iii-ii tul .;t the uraîul ratus.  All Li tUrs addixmd to the lìdltor luust como lit»; i |ì.iìd, U> imeiitioit.  r- (• lied f. :tì> N inn' Pl'.'prttf'h  '•a  ■Í,a21T-iE33 3)m2ST0nV.  ^V !!  ■ f',..  '''■■¡ny \U ul <o '>11 \H-> in th- liiif> nf flu'h' (111 IÀ\'-t Strk'.^f, nî ilio (íM Am-t/'Jcd'ciììr'Hfioro, i.iA. I). 1-. ' o. V^V.Í. r>'.o;f  ¡■ÍClíAiU) ("(lAlIl.î M. n..r.M...Vc\ i:. M. AT.IÍA. M. ■ . -  ■ I'to^/OT Sîîîaoîî«,  AU.>i-pr_\ «imd rir.i:i ■ Hor^-iU Ln\v—Oflkc fonrdooiN V. ' I ¡ iM,' L' Hol' 1. Aiií^í^rcu, All Ini-I-  iir- rii'.í ,í-tiMl li> í'.ic!r i-nrowili l)C iiromptlv ut-ini-Md t-i- ^ ■ : :  .Nov. 1.-). K.Vjif  Aftci-.!cy- iiiid ('.<tii:i«!']liir-! ai T^aw—Oliicc oiUMloor t di" A" niirr'íí Storo, nnd directly dpiio-  fii.t'' (írovcn- A- S"iann<<, on "Nfrtin Ktroot, AiitrciiciV. Villi lu^U l.» -iit«>-).t-H<iHflttl íwtlnñrchnrj:!»  viíli i>ii.iii))tiii'-;.iiui d'^.'-i'.ateíi^ Nnv. ir>, iK,-);'., tí:,r>tf ■  Att'iv-j'y n^id t'o;r)'^:f'llor nt I^nw, (Jouiity JiidToand ^■'>l•^.vr!ftB --()!i.l:'; dnor t.'U'-t of "{ho Clork's  I'. ih" !i  J- H-"!.  I - li  «'f till-Park. Aiürt-'lü il.  Wtlliam t\ Knglc^  niaclv'TiiUli—Iwviiifl; pond wòiìvni»» in Lis plion. pn'jniudtodo iiU work in his Hue on tho Mwit-'si, not CO and no-t tva.Müiablc t- ruu-'. Hors« ^hü^■jnfç "all round" fnr oiic<! ihr, c.i-li, nnd other woik m projiortîo». iilidj) ojnìoiiti' Ilio Furnixcc. AII/C1'<M. NOV. 1,1, l.S';;;. Wiif  Alien & j^Silça, ■  -Vamir-'ctiircrif of all Kind,s of L-'uthor, and donlnr^v'ì l'I Shocp .Skill--, HMi's Ac. Ca'-b pa'd ior llidOM  Aiiwlit.i, NtM.  riiV.Vciau and Siuri-'f^n. wilhvait on ♦ho'-o Mho tnrtv d.-lr>>hi-~«f>rvic"'».wrtNpminj>fn.- pro cui)lit,uV made at h's OJTicc, Fccoiirt ilonr oust'of IÎ. Alloir.; Tarmorv. ■ i - v Atïio.îica, îîav. 15, 8,V)tf  Praitiel Suoiv,  Moat Mavlt.-i -first door wo-t cf ihfiîyiùiriUMJ Ati- ii> rcatliuvSS >Yhca desired.  .......-TnpîitirOmri'.-T)TnTaTir«troet Atiirolica. .....  Nov. },->. líirfíj. F.iñtf- - ---  J^iMîîire Store,  By H. Slicrtiian.doalcrjii dry f;oods.(îroccrie.'?,€r<>ck-ory, ITarduari.', ."to. »to., iii tho now btiildi«-?, oik ' door \V(wt (»{ Tlathbiiiis' Tlotel. Ali;^. I IM, Vi.v, 2.', ItC'J. fc."(itf  'PO^Y.iY.  ly nssorttncsjit Consist of ncnriy every WtV-isuftUy kept in our largo AVarc Rooms, as regards st;^lc!i Jir.d flnisli» my furniture rIiqw for itscir Gno thing tnore- -I nish it inctly understood that I nm selling Cftbinet ro  CniUPER FOR CASH 1 jiny other e.slablish«iicnt in this part of the ntry. I'leme hear tlm m viinil. I havealso >od RSKortment of Matresiscs, Hair, Ilwr & m. Cdtton & ralin. Sea Grass, all Pahnlcaf, ie Cutting, Holsters &c. &c., also Hair Til-B, a fme article for sickness, or Summer use. ,'lic ."^ubsiiribcr-has alnrgc assortment of ready .Ic OofUns on hand, and a beautiful llcarse  Angelica, July'ïl,"l8ô4.  W. li. COLSON. 888tf  tic Excitemcnt Just Gommenced,  Afi  ■•1 ('¡■•p v .1  .Nov. J  in  ■ .11 'oi'-v, ! , I'm'.. < A 1 • Vim.  «J. Coîlîsis,  L;n\-—()nîr""n th'^ronlh V do.>r on -f <iC 111'' :\trt1i('.d'st Part'Ciil'ir ati^iiCoii iv'll Ih;  lb,-.: J,  îc'îirr. I<)rocíf»sin;í of rnortíraí^of,  Alt.  t'i ■ I'n-f^ (Ì Ì;  I < .I'm-'.  X. ■ 1- I.--.'  ■R.ÏJî^T«!, '  ' . Hr.r 1' T -OToi^^i fh^ loav ■'.on Mi-i'n A'it. l'ca. All  tl ÍI) ]i::vcar" will 1h' luoiiiptly nt-  R-if  IÎ. AV. ESdrsíK'P,  (íini^riiUli; two door,s west Ol till' iMiiphv Storf will liianiifiicliiro aifd repair all ürtTlcs i» h':s line, on tlii'slxirlcst not'Ci' and niost roasoiiable ti'rni-j. Nov. ir>. Miltf  Tanufr'aiid Courier aiid dealt r iivall kind-« of T.eatli-lioïmn're'sio;" ^tcct.aícwrodswoetoí^jj,, and lo.t  -- ' ' L Ptock of llVady-mndc ClotlvinR ever IwforG of-  • tred in lliía market. Consisting of every style lUid olor of  Nov. 1.1. 185:5. 8ó5tf  hiiittiici Ugrtcîi,  VIIOCK DlíEíírf & SACK rOATiS  du^^-ö^rMVies o,; ..u^ines. coat, ,.oth n.  ■Auúvn^'Ji, .Tl! fe o'' ('i ' T'. [U- —niiii'  \riMM' C.I . TV.  r. í--¡r  r'».CrÍ€tEfl, Ulli! door wc'fct of J. C.  ha.'id tor sUe, n.,d will do;,!» "'"T"' -  OM fj,e sl.011< ^t nofce. Shop on n.aia.trcJt. a V.l- 'V.rlrj"""?;.. tie lielow Ifathl.iins'Hotxd. „ ÍV"  A'1-î. 1 c.», Nov. '¿¿. S.'r.tf  J-'^î-î^î J. Iloc>.:\4't»ilow,  K.'cvi'iirv ,V Tr;i^ui"r of Hi:' All ■■.any Mutual Tii-Î^U-M'UM' rnmirriv for i't - rlo-inu. it»«  .\f u r/l ! i,imii-pie' A :íciicv A'c. OiJice oiipn- 'i ■ t!i" Ifotel. Aii-ereà.  Av;ii !,m- k pi  r-',IT: Nov. 10, 1  is.sn-er':; Oîlice^  o.äcü d r:-Cl]v n))p  uc  (C Ilio E.v-SMITII rtAVl.S,  Tr atinvr,-  D-.l r I 1  i'i.-' . ('¡rrsrr''Il'.ivihvave. A'O.— ■'•!: • <•;;:... 'te th;' ì'.icUil.lgC Hotel..  I V  ■ ■■ ; r "1-i.'^ijMt T.. ' ^Vm N.i  M .  Yii'ik  '^h.ii  . l.K 1;  W'M of ,T. A. Aüui l'en.  (!'i(ii- wc-t ■O^rrv.in: 1  ~ mnr;  f!. i!r.D:3<'5', ■lî'actîîrc. ■( 'nrtoio'-'r i^liop—one V- iV Simon's. ilh'i'Ctiy n^po-  •t. Aiiír.-'iicn.  î^nck^■Initll. one door erisl of ()• den's V.'ap:on • fliop. w.ll attc.'id to »11 liuHiiM'fs in hix.line ou tin.« nio-l n a^oiiald'i 1' rni«. A.iyclca, Nov. '12, 18.'X fijíilf  P. M. i. ish,  IJlaek tn'th—o:i the corna-of Main mid Olf^an ft  <il.p..-iie U.vth'ili.tjl Wh.'re all k oi' l-laek.'Uii til Will bi- doiioonth - slinrlest iiot'ee  a d most rs a'o.iaMe tl no—-a.:d Ilor^e and Ux. . Shof inir in a «íp r or niariin r.  A LHO^ni:unii'actur. r^ifCarr  Ae.. a;,d r- pair^n-r doiif on short not 'e,':-oii(''"(l;or ■ soul!) Ol the Jilaelí: lùilh Shop o.i (Jkau tlreet. : Au^il.oa, Nov. lär.;;. t-.jüif  : -Iv CU Duncaw,  Manufact\u'(n: of Cutlers,Sleith::  Á4 oi.rOIean itrei t, near the i;r;d"- ~  S/xorca, Nov. 22, Iftjn. â.KiiÎ,  iï. J. Wêiib,  in'nd und; Ji(för ïri.imifi^^^ at the Steam Factory, next to the ere( k, on Oleaji .«trect. will promptly lill all oril vi; in his line. AiiH-elici'  Ilea. Nov. 22, i:i.>(Uf  •ìiVlliiam' If;^ Crolsoiî  i : í dvuli-l- in U|l kinds of'Catii;!! ! im'i'-. .'':h.-.p(rivvt door  '■Hill (Ú- - 0!» Mï'-;!,'! Mrer-t--.8ìlOV.- pónili  r ílie^rua-of ^lapaud Ulean  A;í,;. !:cn. nov. 22. 1S.-S. , : '  Jiir^  (  anty r.vs.^lmkkk tant«  f tho best material and Ktyle.«, Alf=o an afsort-lent of Vtsts to suit the ta.^tes of all.  tnillTH, <;OI,I.AIt!^, CltAVAT.^, HTOrKH, lIANDKEnoniKIV OUOVJ«, SOOKYJ. AN!)  li-o, Punnner Hats and Caps, nnd Clark & Gilman'ri lolf.'ikin Hats always on hand. In fact cvorytliinfi 1 the line of gentlenionH weaving apparel. In doinrr Custom Work I nm prepared to say,that defy comi)otition. I Inxvo a nice stock of IJroad ;iolbsand fancy Casaimeres and trinnnin}?s, an«l iiivinR a practical worktnan in my employ who h)i| ong been admired by the fashionabho world for hii lice lit« and tasty Btyie.«. With these consideralioii| make my as.«ertions. ' |  In tendenling my thanks to my foriner patroni : will say that riiy goods have lieen well select^' ind bouiiht cli'^ap for cash. And if I ever hav ?iven them pood b^ri^aina I am now pn-pared t rive him bettor.  (Vive me a call gentlemen and look at my good iiid if von cant trade with mo it wont be my fault N. n. PAKKEIl. Ansrelloa. May 1. 1S54. 877tf  Tho Story of Marti, the Smti^ler^^^  From Iiallon> IIif tory of Cuba, One of the most sumv-ytful villnins trho^o Hf^ry wiM imi wiittfn ih liistorv is a mun nuniod ^^;u1i, well known in Cuba a» tbo persoti tú' the (.¡ovfiuor (ieneral himself. Formerly lie w/i-i îioinri.n'R n?. «uSnujiöfk-r nnd ltnlf~jr|. r; ie on the ooa>ii of the i'»-I;iitt|, iidanu"-  .mm! .locoiniili-ihed k-nder of Kîi-kk>ss uien. At Olio tiiuü ]io bare thu title of Kin;» of tho lalo of the l'iii<"s wlicro wa.s hi.s prindjjk' reiuk'x-votHy «¡111 iVoiu whence Ii« dejipatched liiíi vo.s-. s.'ls si:i:ill n ut cralt-^, to ojiorate iuthe neigh-' borinjX ■ „■ _ „ ,  "Wlirn'r.uoM huuiodon the island nntlbui-rr.me (;QVi;rii.jr (JeiuT.'il, he found tho revenuo in a sad condition, as well as tho iiiti-r-ji.il ugiil.itioDs of the. iiil.'Kid | Híi<l,tt íth a spirit of niinqled jiisiin. juid o;'|iro!i«ion, hu detor-iniiied to do K.imi tbiiijnr ill tIlo w.*»y of reform.* Til" Sf:iÍM-h ni.'uino, sent out t(i teiíulmo Mio in.iiilinio i¡i;iftris of tlnvisLuid lav Mlyiiiport, tile oíii,"( i> pasMiiiT tlieir tiinn oii slum«, of in IvilK ;iii 1 d.üK'os 0!J tlio decks of thoir VI ;.'eK 'IVu't n saw that ono oftiMt íir.4 moves r..i' lililí Ío iijíil.:.' \v;iH-fo Piijtjiress tho 8|inu:*-u] on tin« cofu'i at, ;,I| h:iz;irds; and To' tliisi-nd hoci Î liiin.elfdiivctly to ivorlc. The ni.ivitiiiiu for,M- .-it Iris ootiiinuiid was ut once detrii'fd lipon lilis p^M'vicc, íüiil they coasted' ni^Iit ;iiii! d:iy, but without the lejist sticcis'} ;i.',iÍ!Ht t!u' s.iisi jMlers, Iti v;iÌM were all the vmii.UH'.o !i!id activity of T.-icon iirul hin ««»"enfs  :—lliey !lC(MOllp!isl|,'d liotîlillir.  Al-l;ist. ti: (liii-r (Iiîit íiil Iiis expodítion-i .•lo.iin'^t Iheiii fíiikd, l>;utlv frouì thondvoilni'ss .'lid Iipt\.')y o! th.» and p'irily from  tiuí w;irit t'>( j.iluís nnii.iio tliosho.-ils mh.í rock.s that thi'V tr.-(iii: iif.'d, a l;ir>;i';i!id teniprini»-n-aid was olf. roil to any oiu- of; Iioin who wi^iuld iroiii Ins ci.iiiriidf.s .-ind act in tlii'« «-ü-¡»acity in liohaii'ot the /fovcrnuii iit. At tin;  U11U-, il doul.ìe üiiiu, niosi |iHjiccly iu .aun.nul, was «>(i;.|i;d for tlio person of one, Àlar i. <lcad or ulive, who was known to bo; 'Jif leader of lliu luwks.s rovi ».«} who tluiri tle-"ii' d th.4 .; ,, XhtJHJ re4=»t:¡clrt; were  Uri ly l>;oHiu!:(aiod, and posted so as to reach slic I'ai.-^ oí'illuse whom ihcV'concerncd ; but <. ve!i tlu Mi seemeil lo j)roi,hice ,no clloct, and th>' ;j;in'er:nai'Ut cillleeis were at a loós^ how to I'l'oi-Lvd ill the luaítér.  It was u da;k, cjotidy night in Havana, M.iio' tlue«.! or four months subsoquéiit to the iri>niing of these ¡daeauls annoiincln«? ttie wards as n for red. to, when two .sentinels were paciiig baolcwanlH aíul forwafda. before tlie main entrance to the novcrnor's piilaco, ju.st  .....WAN TED M - ;  ' 100,000 Snbscribev.s t o the leadin g Magazines ' of the day.  NO IlUMIUin—NO LOTTF-UY—r.lTT rni: MOSi GUAND PllOtlllAMMK OF PIlI-iiENTS EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.  Readunddecido for Yourself!  H^TU^UUU dred ThonsaM Hul.smbers ti wal.di-- !u 111 n-in h, llarjier's Magazine,('"dey's Lady'sliookji^raliaiu^, j a i;. l!i.; ivu;  Magazine, Putnain'ii M&titlily, Cleason's '] ••• lU.-u the two so  )l>lHiiUe tiro ^rar.d ]>!: mail N\ra¡  i''/'v ^'oi.d.--.- fir' P'T'  a a  üv NI. "aúv-.  ..ri:, tir  1 il.  Mia.  Ufi tei y •  Vrliiti .1 UÌI'UIUI llU■^-  ^iyJ.!IJ,KL lUj  Jiiilil^c are reqUe.-;tLd to  -i'V '.'lli'lP.Srlvt--^.  \l. r, hnMt TVlìir. Íirií d; .,1: ï in Rvady-Miide Cloîli-ihy , tl'-oi- «raf I óf P.Üílt's Ue^ìdator—agt-i^  i;rul-an-i>rli<i''nt consta.i!iv om band. Angelica. Nov. Wl'itf ' - . .  ..agaZiUr, 111111,1111.-. .nv/iiimj, .............  Room Compiwòo'u or the Demoevatic Review.. Th regular sub.'icriptioîv price to either of the.se popula, Magazines is Three dollars per year, which, if sen to the uiuler.Mgned. will secure to the sender eithO of the atjovo .Mugazine.s for-oiio year, commencin on the first day of .January, iK.'ìó, antl if Ibrtunat«  ,.n.. nf »1... ((illnv. inu li'JtKy HNT.S. rn  i'iiitf  A Ca^Vi prc.sent of  rnafïjnK lV<>in  war li' í 'i'-' < irì:nn'v.  ì/.a. A- lillhs bi;fot;e 1 iu a -cloak was  i,i!il ■ tlh'^ HÎ:ltUti3 id' i:!i, alili, aller .uli-acliiir' a,s seii-;•!> .-is to nioi't  IMI tir ir ¡J,;r!,-; ;|,.i I hcy  i!i"in"rt ii! îîir'îii-■. iM.í.h wrj;,; i.iinie.i a-""■y uvro to  • llrr  vn-wing in n (Si/ijrfo plancé, t!io eubjoct beforo hirti.^nml then s»ld r,  ''Krcii then, be yop. wliom vow iiiht ; if) oli nre aWo and wiU honestly piiol oì<r «lii^, aud rero.i! tÌto smcts of Muftì nitd iis followers, you shall bo iTewftrdetlMotlrJifofret sets forth, and yourself recdve H froo patdot;."  "Ktcellonoy, I think I knòwyouf chflMetof well enoii.flfh to tnist you, or eF.w I shotlfd not baro rentUfed hore.^*  •■'Spchli, then ; luy limo ¡3 preelotis," was tho impatient reply of 1 neon.  "Then Kjccelleiiè^, th« man for whom you I1.1V0 offt-red the largcst reward, dead or alive, is now béforo you !"  "And vou are—''  ...... - "  - The Governor Generai droAr back in /tótóD islinient and cast liis eyos towards a brnco of Pistols tliat lav within reach of his right hand ; >ut it was for a single mom<fnt, when he  pUtols tliat lav within ivach of his right hand ;  It it was onlv for a single mommit, when he ag-iin «Muinecf entire seif control «nd said j "I Khnll k««|> my jv^omÎM, «ir, prorfdwj yoú r> faithful, thotrrift the faws calJ -hudlv for  Nov. 1.-.. I.S.-  ....  liv F. II. Oliver, oil Main .'^I'reet, An.gelica, 'door.-i eu t of ttie I'uriiace. uIut A No, 1. will ¡1I all times ire served up in tho best style. Cull iu. ; jS'ov-r4i'>j lí-ú;!. 8.')Jtf ,  D. K. Clmrlcs,  .. 'ill td\ Araniifa<;Utre^-ft«d-dt^lrriirn1t1{ti>n'sW7]0ots^ and ' .'-^hoifs. All <uders jiromjrtly attended to on reasonable terms. -Angelica, Nov. 22, 1S53. 8ó(>íf  ............. ■ •  Mannfuctnn rs of Steam Engine.^ Mill Gonriiig.«, Plows, and Castings of every de.scrîption, on Main street.  . augolica^spv^ûôôlj. sjtitf —  ill lio 11« follows. t<,».«. ii  . 4.0(1  i u : a.iW  Ihe Biescing of Old Age.  tliree ri'sli Oysters,  Á?iííeli«íit Dîî, I^lediciiie Pcpol,  r,v C. K. A Gi AV: Tiunuas, one door cast of the E.v-x-hanue Ilo!- !, whei-,' in;;y be touud a general as-■ Wirt ment of l)ni.gs.t'»iuts, Oils, IJooks, &c. Nov. l.N  .liuucocîs.  Doah'ts in Dry iiooils, <¡roe.-ries Ae, '-New York (,'a.-li .-iore." iii llie tiulldiiig owned and lately oeciii.il.d I'V (.'• l>'.'v..'ii])orl', oa .Muiu slrcct. < • Anix. Ilea, Nov. i-k  lIttrT«y Milea,  IJlacksmith—is prepared to do work in all branclios óí'íusl>u¿nness. His cu.'ntomers ate cuisiuvd that work entrusted to hkn or lfm woikinoii, w ill not have to be taken to any other shop tO-be done over, r^î^hop on Main street, à few doors east of thö l^seliisnge liötid. Augdica, l),ec. V 858tf  S.l.'itf  Beïî'.i',. Co.,  Dealers in Dry (ioods, (iroci lies, Croekcry, Hardware, Clot Ilia in tije ni'w" Imile Htaiitoii.  Ancelien; Not.. 1.'., 1853.  lately Oceiipiid Jiy E. U.  Milliatì--. l)rr^: in:ilC( r.^ and Dealers in llil.bons and FancV Dress (iooil^. in tlic cond stoiy ofWelch's lîlncli, over Angt4 A' .^tantoii-s Law llfiico—cn-  Alliambra Saloon^  By G. R. Mile?, two dooVa west of' the Bxcímngc Hotel, Ajigolea. Oysters eoíist^intly on hand. Angelica, AuS. .li>, Iti.'»-!,. ,bi.)3tf. . ,  . The vencni^jìc Josiali 'Quincy, Senior, c.k-PrciiidciVt of- Harvard- UiiivcrhHy,: baving- Wn toasted at the alumni dinner, ina\lo an excellont speech from which the following'is an extract ;  "On every occa.sion, whether in -imblic or private, an old man, was. sure to.be remindc;d„pf bis years. Why was tbis ? Old age did not simply consi.st in length of days; tor, as tlie President hnd „quoted— -  your pnjiishfnetif, ahJ erch now') ou are in luy power, to Inauro yoMrfaltiifulucg»^ you must remain 'present under guardi" ^ny inf? Whitsh, ho rflng à silver Udì by his feidc^ nnd ÌMs!!ei! e verbal órdòi- to the iRttcndant  who answered it. Immediately afteKiheoffi^ «èr of the watch entered» and Marti waa placed in confinement, with ordersto ronder hiin comfortable unti) he was sent for. Ilia name ri-maiiied » «ecfet vritìj tho comuiaoder ; and thus the ni^ht sceno  Oil the followiii^ (hiyj one of the iì»én-of* war that lay idly beneath tho guns of Moro Castle, sMtldcnly became a scene of the ut-mo.^t activity, nud, before «o(»nj hacr\*veighed her anchor, nnd was fitnudiug out Iritó tho fjulf-atream. Marti« the smufrgler was on board as ber pilot ; and faithfully did he guJde the ship, on th(> difieliaVge of his treacherous-busims.s, among tho shoab aud bays of the coast for nearly a monti], revealing every secret liatuil of tho rovers, exposing theif niost valuable depots and well swlected rendej^ous ; ami many a smuggling craft was taken and (kstroyed. The amoutit of money and proper-ty thus 8e(uiret1 was very great; and Marti returned with the fillip to clnim his reward tVom the Governor-Geueral» w jio, well satis-iied with the manner in which the rascal had fulfilled hiiv ngreeincnt Rifd betrayed^, comradoii who Were too faithful to w tempted to trea(dieiy Uieuiselves, suinuioned Martj^lie-fore hi ni. • L '  " "2¥i^you h^^^^ faithfully performed your pari of our agreement," said the Ooveruor-Oeneral, "i ani 'now prepared to comply witli tho art-iek's on my part; . tu this pncknge you w|ÌI fiiKÌ free and \incondi|lon:d pardon for all your past offences ngainnt the law-,< Arid liày is an order on fliO tfoasiiry ' for^—" "  "l']xcclK!iicy, exitu.so ine, the pardoti I gladly receive. A^ to the .sinn of tiioijey you jpro-; po,s(' to to iTii', Icttne make, a T>ropo.s!lioil. Krtain the money ^;í^'l, i!l|Jdaco of it, guarantee to nie the Hoht-to tì.sìi in tho neighbor-iiuud <)f the city, nnd ■iiet'lnre the trade in fÌsh, . itontraband to nil, except iny'agontsi  \ «nd-iidUoi-cct a public  l^iV^ nV 'HI-laM it  shall revol t to the  right nnd title to the fi-h' r,: - , _ Tiieou wsw pleased rtt lli^^ea of a superb iisli inayket, which shoud eventually revert to the goveniment,aiid^'d.soat.tho idea of saving tho large sunKof money covei-ed by t|ie promised reward. The singuiar proposition of tjie pinuirgler was duly considered and acceded  Fro«! tb« Portland Eloctb.  XSASVKIirOAlíiJI'8 rVBKE.  Tliòse wlio haro trareíled need ntÁ to b<! tuld that a majority of lanàlor*!»* i» tJiw dem' ôcratîc country odopt the practicîj of mcä-su-ringf the purse df each whom th*'y re-coire, and of bestowing |thcir eiv litie« ac cordin^j to^ the e.nimnte of the individuals means. Whoever regi.steri .hl.H name at a liotvl makìpg the k;asi pretensions to st} k' aiid-geiiUlity, ^Ul-find-an-iim-niary nflnS por,9v3Mona taken in the active braiu of îîo-niface iu less time than it m]uire3 to write his addre.^s. Let a |>er8on make his appear-  sieek exterior pironounco him Volid,' and  ^ •_______________........». tt  ilh' :rr;:i:  1' ■ i I'. :  : .AYj pilom^ is Jiaira Jmnau,  \  Bscliaiiçe Ilotelv  By C. Higginmr-t»n Mnin street. Angelica, The piibl SJ tt ril iind good accoipi^óáftító'nBj än'ä, lai t li tui attendants, and good'iarc. A liberal share of „IjuLiiic patronage is rcspecttully solicited. ' Nov. 15, l.HjS. 855tf  Angelica. Nov.. 1.), IKoá. ,^öötf  Merchai.< Tailor, and dealer hi Fancy Cassimcres,  one (Jooi west of Iho Empij-e Store. . Atigrlica, 22, . RTntf .  Attorney nnd < 'ounsi'i\.ir' at I.aw—Wcllsville. will jn-onifiily. attend to all busiue^.í in hTs profob-sion. U ellîv d'le, Dec, UO. If'.".;), fcüütf  D. ï>. CaiíJiner,  f'AiìfVlt v Or-vei,í< S. 1 nn iMOlls, ITUit, iiud  YiV l- e N'ri OU—ia Davis Block, one door we?t uf the wh.rc a vanUv m.iy ulways  be foiuul. '  .Aiigdica, Nov. 22, 1Sj3. 8.jntf  ,1. lì. Esslcáton,  Walcii m.ikcr and .JewoUr.. a id (!■ aler in all kii d  "'Ih  oa¿'U«íi"'- -iot.c,- ¡l id i:...r:j.)iiaLli:L tirnü.-  Hamiicl lloltoti,  Barber and Hair-Dresser, one door we.st of ^he E.k-change Hotel, in rear of tlie Jlepov.ter Olllco, ojv st.îiirs, Shampooiitg donc up ih the neatest stvl  JILs-iihop will bo open on Sunday.s, from .Ü until a o'clock, A. M. Angelica, Aug. 15, lí<ó3. 8a3tf - . .  ■. R4 C. Terry,  Dealer in all kinds of Stoves, Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron-ware—Shelf, Hardware, Pumps Ac., one dooi* west of J. & A Lockhart'fi store, ou 3Iain .^t,  Anuelicn An.H-l^"'-  And nil iinspotted Lite i.s his old age.  If it arose from sympathy,there was no ground for it; the sympathy Was absolutely thown away^ So far as bis cxiiilicnce roachcd, old age was the happie.st period oflifs- . And why ; not ! Had we not then g.>t rid of the nonsense of love-pangliter,] tho folly of ambition, the grumbling of envy, the delusions of hope ? He rcpcattd tliat old age Was the .happiest portion of life, provided that in youth and manhood the individual is obedient to the laws of nature regulating health and Ktrengthi and leads a life of respectability :and uscfulne^.s. In order to bo  happy anCiP'ifi .it^'^ tbat  there should be a harmony between the beginning, the middle, and the end of life, and esi)«-cially between the bcgimiing and the end. The young man should cultivate and foster the .qualities which he sees to bercijpeCtnUle ande.steem-cd in the old; and tho old man, on the other  •.'y h-iiue ¡lnuli;^li the cii-!l!!¡s> If i.e'.iuil oiie of the ¡^'Hiar- ÍM tile iniii''V ei.i'url .oí the place. . The. ! oti iindisUnlte-.L wliirh 4ííí-1 thus st-enUIiily effvet-<■(1 an eiitraiice, nov.' .'•nn^'lit tlie broail stairs thill led to tho tlüvornoi-'s suite uf ajiai ti'nents, with a cíiidiiíi-'uce that cviiiccd a ittrl'ecl ktiow-k'(Jgsí.'í)f the .place. -A-fiecond-gttard'p«;st-was; to i>u passed at the head of the stairs; but, as-siiinini;- ail air of autjioii|yj^tjie stiimg^^^ cd a cold luiiitnry salute and passed forward, as thuuglutJiewi-wns^iut the slightest disTáift (|iRSSion of lHs right so to do; and thus avoiding all suspicion ill the gu.ird's «lind, ho bold-h-ciitcrcd tiie (ioyoriior'.s reception room un-chalk'iigcd.,-aud^;íiísed íhe^^lobr behind hi,m. in a large easy chair set the commander iu i;hief, lusily engaged in writing, but alojie, "Au espressiou ot uudi?sguised satisfaction pas^ sed aero-s the Wciither bcaLeu cuuiiteiiunee of the bew conici at tlis.s .state of aU'aiis, as hf-colly cast of lii.s cloak and to.sscd it over his arm, and ÍJieii proceeded td .wipo the prespi-ratiou frun Iii-s face. The Governor looked i'lp with surprise, ri.\rd his keen ey. .1 upolj the  "Who enters here unaunou.nc d, at this hour?" Iu." asked .slcmly, while he regarded the .strangi-r carutsily. .  •'One whi) Ii.is ¡iiforniaiion of value for the (¡overnur-Gcnerul. "You are Tacon, I'sup-  »hole rcpiraent of menitiiir, from landlord to boats, wait on hU steps tji do him scrricc.— Or a gentleman wlioae fanliioiiable dress nnd dashing demeanor bespeak 'fast' and 'rocky,' is i|>ecdily followed by tho wliolo household iKwji, A oJotk io a chambermaid, all aoxttvtts to pr9piiiato "fiw ihvor and do him kindness Itut let» man of coarse and hum^ We externals and unassuniing demeanor en-ter himself as plain Uotm Smith, fiorn the kedentry'and when bo calls for a room, he will hardly fail to hear the order, 'Show this gentleman to 640'—always up seven pair of stairs, and on the back side, over-Iuoliing the stable and piggery.  In the city of M—in New IlampViiIre, one of the leading hotels—and a good hotel it is, too, R8 we willingly te,6liiy.—is kept by  -, he wouldn't like to see his name in  print, and we will ..call him Mr»..-Surface.-^ Like most other men of hi.s profession, he 'measures the purse' of each . stranger who comes to his huuse and awards hint entertainment in keeping with tho imagined extent of his *pile.' The portly rich man .nits ¡it the head of the table. The rusty poor man sits at tho foot. The man of fashion sleep« in No. 1, at the head of tho first flight» The man of business or liibor in 'the Hltic, And so, without acknowledging partiality, he yet makes a wide distinction among his patrons in bestowing ofthe politeness and hospitality to which all were equally entitled.  Not long since, there stopped nt this house a stranger, who.se dress aud manner bespoke him from tho 'rural district»'—appurenity a man of intelligence and some knowledge of city lifie and tiie world, but of tho rudest and most Hnfashionable garb. To cfuiceal no paH of the fstory, ho wore a fanner's frock.— This garment denoted to tlie observiup eye, of th^ host the insigmficanco of his worklly position, and he wjw noconlingly treated with gieat iudiHereiice and lack of attention. So dispiiitlug was the" coolncii.s on all rides jna.u-it(&ted towards liim, that jU the evening wem away,he thought to onlKi^j l.i>, inind nltli H of brandy ujld watvr. Theie is no law forbidding such cotmolatioii.-i under i-uch eii-cumstnnces. And wailing hi.H opportunity as a gi'oup of fjictury agents and inou of cap-jtal retired from the bar, where thuy had bucn lounging, hestc])ped uj» and ordered a drink. Jtttt nshe hiid rt>.!"hed out Lh i,;uid (o sv-ccf^o the 'suiller' from the bartender, the land-  ^rrhitnmarrhii'M in e»'-  for your curioui^ tre^i mint' . ,  Honiface, in Ij^s^Wißj^f»^ «{ïi» ^Jto-t u't name wl-^o «ra yon, tm^ wktt^ ^ came . : ; ■ " ■ > *1 am John II<J1jih<1 »f V^mnecH, wte t raise .stock for my livii^, 1 aevef «i^} fui; brandy without mean» to piiy (or it. . I Way^ carry a few thousaud« my inci  dental expon8e*/«6nd thf. my worth by my clothes, roekon« oftTi wfong  baFi?.* . - ' s  Ilolliiud—I—rsctise mt^ Mr. M^rm«} roally, I have made it aÎBiAkfe fiyA -y^tf  are .^ivay.^ welcome to yotw bi]);ftiul hererd-ter always welcome to mf botm wîtfcfmt charge. What will yc^tt Ht« t«'dtittk. Mr.  81 r T ; W òlIon'Ì^ipeinf Thero'jj a celiar aerosa tiw Street. Oo over thero aud get yote brandy.' , The man in the froclt tóo^ tho fetftfF meekly----reriniquiah^liis dram, anU" weut out. But if he Iwd necd of a'soother'^ he had now a doiible necessity. So down ho went into the celiar, which wìw kept as an U and to Joy^ter 8fdoóa,*acddemjmie4of tlieilealer-in  possess, for the ftttuté, tlie sole right to fisK in; thijûJglkirhood-ôf4lMM5ityy tÎci/Tïn any form, and Ué at once assumed all the rights that, the order guaranteed to him. Ilaviiig in Ins roving life learned all tlie beat fishing-groHnd, he furnished the cky bounti-fiilly with the article, and reaped yearly au im-ineiisa profit-uii^V at ^û-cLlse of Jhfi^peii^^^ oly was granted, he was e island. „Aiîçprdîng to  b'valer 'brandy nnd water,* Tili  for wliich' the mono the richest tnan on t  William Gilbert,  Yankee Notion Pedlar—-Would respectfully aa-nounco to his iluiiurou.s friiinds and customers.  that ho iu nn... -----liUnmut-  IlkuiKOTo.sv' liui>ortta-s ,au^ Foreigu  and Dome.-tic Goods, IG Dey at., and 174 FuUon . St. N. Y.. where he will always be glail to see ahy of his Old uciijuaintancep. StiTtf ~ -  N, 11.- Pav!f.er,, ■■ n „ ,d d ù r ni R .id\-M.ul¿ Clolhin Ihr-e <1 ì(,r- ui-t tìl ih»' Po-t O.ùce, w here a gemr-nl u-H'Um.'ut,.uiAy bt> ioand.  " tVllid" A.ik. l;t;v, Nov. 22, li.-/]. í.'5Ütf  . r -F. Xi. Slówell^"'  With L. & N. Kirky Ä; Co.,' Importers nnd dealers in  Foreign A- Doijiostic Dry Good. 35 &. 37 . an(t:¿i-lJliüzcli-st-.i.>etwc Broaday aiitl Grecn-- w-icii-st,, Ni;av 'Vork. Bwf giid Slioea iu ali tb^ir ■Yara tV.. '  likonàiin Kianv, Wm. J Ccntovòìitam,  Vauxti.ne Kiiiuy^ Ezha M. FnoiJt.i ««Ttf  lAINTS «od Olb, chwfKrtiml «verrait  Joîiii .Simons,  líoot and .^'.lO" iiì.uiulitel u.t ¿Iíoí, Iii thé buUdiiig fonu rly occupi« d by B. fchemifiu as a .store, oau door w{ .-l'oi Augel .V..-3la.ito<i"s Lav.- O.lice—Cuátüia Work upo.i Uo iof '.vad warraul^d io til. -Angl 1.0,1. Î.'.A. .^-'.i^-_  JoU» D. ivuii:,  GcnawlP' ..1 r 11 ll..ià ^ uc. Tvol-. ritovcSjÄ« BiAUuMean.'i i. '1.1 L-j p T.iadSii -etlrottwatfj^ tho Urg -î ai oi'tli.' ty'TlÛ mtllô C  . tv—d'recilv lli; po^t-eillee.  Aa-el'.. i. Nû-i. l.>. M-l'i. b5-jtr • . . •-' T. A. Koyce,  Deak-r in Groc •r:;-'. Provlsron«; aiíd .TâidjM  tioas—a gelerai stock con^tAQtlyori ìlatìwlìld . -íiaip. at tii'i lowest market pme, . ;." \í ;  hand, shouldxctaia. and seek to perpetuate the feeli. gs and vivacity of youth."  The" ex-i^e.s1dent closed witii this ^^^^ The hoary hairs with which wisdom crow ns the young, and «he unspotted life which is the crowii of man At every period of esista .ce.-rr {Much icheering.]'  I ;uii. X'iiat would yoii _willi me 1 W -vatlier, how did you pass my guard uuchal-leiigcil '  * ()f that anoiu Esc« llency you have ofler-fd a l aads« mo reward for information con* ccriiing the rovers of the gulf i" • '  "Ha ! ves. wiuit of themf said Tacon, wi h nndisgnised surprise.'^ ;  '"Kscv'JIcncy, I 111u.st speak with caution," coiri'.ni '4 the new comet- -'otherwwG I may cuutleiiin and saciiiic.c inyi'yil'.'' ■ . ' ,  "Vvti lie. .V to ji-ar vin'yl'-it liujid.——'^  Tlic oilivr of revvanl for evidence agaitii^ tho seapcgraciilJ al.-o vpui-lifiatcs a partlon to the iiifurmaiit. Vou may speak on, without fear  the agreenient th^ue market ariJit^ privilege rovorted to the government at the time «pe<|!-iiied, find tlie monopoly has ever since been rigorously enforced. . ^ Marti, now pos^sswd of inìsnènseV^eaU^^^^^ lookcil about him, to see in what wa^e cotild most profitably tnvestltto instìfe n OTtidscSime and sure return. The idea struck hiw if ho could obtain the mortopoij^: óf theatVifcala in ilavar.iii on sottie such conditions as faé had •lone that of tho right to fish off its shores, lie could still further increase his ill-gotten wealth, llij obtained the monopoly, on condition that he should erect ohe the Mg^t attd flne&t ttieätve»1in:liö^W4«kl, which he did, locating the sanie just outódiè the dty wäll». 1 Witfi the conditions tif Üie mwopoly the imter » not conversant.  Contempt of CovuT.—A coteniporary has a slight recollecti -n ,of having read, heard, or dreained «í the folfowing court goene;  -17» iiiiKi,!! .. " If iliy vu... t j/Kn.-^r, T  think tjint this witricss is, by hi,>î own showing, intere.^ted in tho event of this case. 1 object; on  that gi-onnd to hi.s fnrtner t stiinony. If a . .  man swears himself into the pos.scssion of ; lor youi>elf, vvcn tiumgU you maybe one of in this coiirt, yviiy, all I have, to sny i.s, that this tbe vt-ry culederatioli yourself." is a d——I of a pretty coi.rt of justice  ...............** Vou olVcr ii leward, al.so, in addition, for  "Mr/ limwn, your objection j thé discovery r.{ .\líirii-r-t;upfaiü Aiarti, of the ' $mugi(Lis—doyou notT' • ,  makecood the  Tipsey Judge, seeins to be pretty ■ weirtakcn.r Thi.^ court jier-mits no profane language in it.s presence Ypur language, .MrUrown, seems to be d  " Wodo, and will gladly d|iroi«ne. ! pi'oinisc of ro ward for any audalliuibriuatijn You are lined five dolla rs for contcmpt of court. 1 «il'"" 'replied Tacoii. - 'Dnmken 'Attorns, nah^rCà by ■ the i ".wrymir.  fine.) "»Why, yonr'boiior ha^ju.-ii m.idc use of .kHSi^Uüy woid t'uat yuu wdl gnuit a free pa»-' ..........«Ion loif 1 revcjil ajl that you refjuirc to  Tlpsey^JÙdgê, (getting more típ-sv hy hi.i ef- embt aci rig i lio ino^t secret hiding pia-  ■ ideas.) "Did tho court use ! »'«o ' ' 'i "  profane laii^uage yourself. ' ; TIpsey "Jìtìg^ f " ' • ^ i^l tô'^^çt hfí p^l^noÎaiigfifâgcî ítscl¿' lîçrc iü the irtûri«^, ^ covri ftitendstò pfesem ha digni  conì t-nrc¡ i' >•"}' word uf iioupr,";said the  Mr. Clerk. This dignity .without  on " p^urncy, MM^ikèéMer-lik«« to so» fëilec full uf bonks  jilÛid feMMÍMpIn^m Ü« «loppedover night, ' HyianikiWir iiia-miy .whiskex A^^iiiifétsÚ'uéamééi. i- . mà  com mande  "Nu ijialier how/lniiioiis in th'!-.r«<íbtof/the  my olïeiuies nriiy hav..' bcvu, lutili you will pânluii iiuruu'h'i the kliij^'s seal S'f . "I will if ytui revfîtltnily, andito any good purpose," ijiiswercd T^'eon weighing in his ^ liiind the puijio-ie ol'all thi-i .pieo.iUiion.  "Even if I wcie a kadi r aiuoiig the rovei.s,-nn.jlt;"  - 'Tli^-^rtvcniOT iic-itit, "tfoi a moment, cati-  AShortStobt.—DickenatelU t^ foUowing story of an American .seifaiptain :  In his last voyage liome, the captain had on board a young lady òframwfcaWe personal it-trartions—a phrase f use •"Urriy  newy and one you'never meet with In th? news« futpofo, - ymrnar »•'»J^ Ihfri»^  ly by five jróùng get»tlcroen,:pM8enget», «trd m turn she was in love with them »11 very wrdent* ly, but without any pwticultr prefcr^ce for cither.  Not knowing how to make up her détermination in this dilemma, she consulted my friend the captain. Hie c«pt«ln being • man of original turn of ndnd^ says to the yotfngfady, "jumi» overboard «ltd nwfi? th«teliif frtio JttmptafteT you." Th« y<W3g l«ly< ttrdCii wHh tht idea, and being food of ba|Wng, «peèiinyfs wiNto » eather^ H JM« ^.e^advij* of. thè  ciptaif^ who had a boifÌTcady Mid nisiiiia, in case of nccldent. ' .  Acçfïrdingly, the next roomiftg, ti» fivolCff-ers being on deck, ¿nt« looking very devot^y ra the yòìmg la^f ih« pltfng^ into the hetoi foremost.^ Four of the hmmJ^Kmdi^i ly jumped in after her. Wht* tk* yo^iff l®^ àndher fc«'' love«  the^ptaio^ "whit im 1 to da now^th^»»^  wet?r Says Iho capUl«, ''Tafe W  And tjio young did< and »WTied:!!!!;  Pr. South «»TS that many a mai.ron» hi^ h. 1 against a-'puipiw «ï^o have doni  hiâ country excellât ««rvioA M th« flougb  nsa-t ta  TÛô'wary oysterman, eyeingiiis cnstomer  moment, «aketl ntdely, 'Where do you stop?' ' ' ■ / .  'Over to the M—House,' replied the un-snspectiug countryman.  'Then go over there and get your liquor.^ Old Surface sends his guest» over aero to drink and then has us proscciited for selling. Wo don't tliank him ior his custom. You CAtt't have àtiythìug here, air.'  T'Ue discomfited strangj*;t west otitt in fifth'.  That pight tlie poor man weiitt<>b<Kl 'dread-fui dry,' and not a little sour. Nor was hja anger in the least appeased by being able to look from his elevated situation, through the windows of the roof^to the |>eacefnl heavens ileal' him. Ho even intimated to the waiter wiio lighted him to bed, that he thought the advantage of a chamlHif in such a j^sition diduH repay the toil of g<atting up to it. His slumbers were by «0 means refresh-  His aensibilities had been sorely wounded.— Moib«r «»ffrftnte he.coidd haio bofnè with ^^tient endurance; but to deny a man his  *barkt* wm the sum of all indi^ities, and an extrem« of injustice which imtaCed hia temper and provoked him to linfaigivoness.  dfeBéeddéd the Utiit flight of »taira jiùit •» th« IfòRjK^ waiì »oondiiig fiur Imakfiiwt.---Layiiìg aside his bat, lj« atcpped info the di^ ning-room awl seated himself ne«r the head «» thv iSoArcoty liiHl h« placcd )lìim»cilf  ift th« chair, when the landlord iooc^ed Irìm 00 thìi Collìder aad direotad him to a «eai M the en^me foot of th« tabi«, «ad ai apne distane« ffo» ih« other |(a«»t|. Bi.<{«i«t}y removed to the place pointed ^  ■iioiCniif:-":-'".-""''^'^-" 'I at drink with the like 6f you,* mid the iiidignant man in the frock, >nd as f«r your house, I Mhall be ñire to'»hum a «uc-!> eotf4oüeumoa h tbúwa to outipfi 'iflliow, and %o Itiit« t««peot |r>r manhood in Vkaw ate lire. Good to jon old j- '  John Holland .eRt«rtains4r£tJL$KiÍE«( Aii-lípátlry lo the M r r, iiomi^^ that he Bad rather «top at» third-rate hotti and he treaU«) like a j||«ntleman, jftaa to patronize one claiming Id be 'firat dos»* wluní be ii 'measured by n scnaelcEa and  treated like a boor/  SLSÎQH-rïdîso WJT« A'AVrDftw.-~Sno# had fallen; the jroung of the village ,got up a grand sleigliing partv to. a county tav- : ern at some distance,und tire in lereVöng^id-ow Lambkin - sat la the «am» «teigb^im» der the «ame bnffalo as mvseît  "Oh I oh ! don't V* she extîaimedi, as w« çama up to the first bridgi, catching me by the nmi, ñud turüing. her vt iìed face towards me, while her eyes twinkled in the moonlight.  "Don*t what TI afked ; H am nof dolnj» uî^Tthing." = .  li;' büt î thoaght yott were mAar to take toll !" replied Mrs. Lambkin.- * I njoined,-What's thai!" -'-lio^l^exclaimcd^ thvwiddWT hW'^éJcs.t ~ laugh riniTing ort aT)ovo the musico^the hells,  "I>r.Meadow» pretends he don*t know wbál ttoll  isi'' ■ . ; ■;  "Indood î don't then,* î èaid, kùghin^ iü turn. • ■ ■ 'S " ■ —^ ;  "DoiiH you know that gentlemen, when they go on a sleighing party, claim a kha as toll when they cross a bridge! Well; Ï never !"  When next we iame to a bridge »nd claimed toir the struggk'sof tho widow to hold thd vail wore tiof suflicicnt to tear tt, and somv^iow vheii the \eil was rcmuvetl^ h» f faca .Ittìrnsul direct ly ttîwirrds my wti, and in the glittering of t li J moonlight the horse trotted on híiíí^lf ; tell V.ÌÌ.1 t.nken for the fir-t time'in his liftf by 1 Vr, McadoAVf». Soon Aveóamo to along bridge, l»it the wi<low »^aid it was nrt !i«;e to THfîst, imil she paid Up. as. we retieliiid ii, without a ■ striijxu^kv ' : ' '  "jîtif you Avon't take toll for^everf irch'' «îHyou.^loçtor?,,, To which lh« only reply wa.H n pniçliv'a! affirmative to fìie qii«:^^. yon ever,readt'r, sleigh, ri.iW with, a  most even of those excellem^ wbtehar» lebked on a« naluwiî endowmer ta," wül bi found^ wh«n Examined into more namwîy, to be tòe'product of cmcii«, and to be* raised bñTj t» that pitch by repeated attioos. Some «en arc re-marked for pleasantncsa in railery,ti(hef« for apologues and apposite diverting atodMb iTbia ' is apt to be taken t rjmrff oaiwv; mnd thifct tò^ ratlieiJiccanse It iimotgiot by roles who excel in either of them never píirpolély «et themnelves to the study of U «a in añ to be learned. . But yet ft ki true, that' át first êm lucky hit which todc <Htb yom« him approbation encouragwIMn tétrjr i^ inclined bis thoughts and cndettoi* íhSÉP^ayi ; (ill 1ft la^ he insensibly got a licvlty hi it -^th-out iMToelvinirhow,'«>d âiait ÌSBtl>flittlàd#hoi. ly to nature which was mar* «M ^ uae  á d'prMitlee.—JCMïê. - - - ■  --r—' im^iKiatiiji— CotxsKw roK rns Y<Mtfiic.-~yigtit hawfagslnit a haaty temper. Anger Will stoutly. A i|>srk will sel^ hMÉa-^Js» A flt of paasfOB may ywi.isñmM «•!«■ all ' tho day« 0f your lif«..iir«f«r  Iletbatríveairt^IaMwsiMlrimt» The meek poMew § pimelU IfWM^. ^,  If you balitean «nemif. act kM^iJ^ hü» and make him your Mend, T«« in«Ír iM|. .>Íllih;m atoooe,b«ttry'him»i»i% tul 4e»46|i|w*i bo feUowed by »nethey titt ynt hm It ^mt»"'* yooreodA  down in silence. Not mttil all ])«en «erred did tlie waiter« ^vc the slight  est attet>Uonto hi» wsnts, »ndlie w»«  ITS had fht-  was juftiy  ifqtf  '"Uvtr MHii È ékWkbig  by,lying hi be^ wKIptt tr»te,all(hebusiii«ni ' f  auch a» ît w»tt to §mU Mmm • ' » '.  Om mr^y •iMiWMb'iHpil iitir  ^^Oibe ÄstwrAilrflSiÄl '•¡■p  -"rf; I. mi^m 'Ir The «ditor of om O^awHr savs be «ever i|ihiki l tU vatei l|l«Ñ|BÍiiAi»t  tìon, --y-'^-dtmì  , , . ^ I Ji^J^ìl  Aìm4UkMr4 It W a <ïni«  After breakfaat be reaiaioed a(^w asooieoU ill the office, aw«itli»g the «ntraio« of th« Is^ofd; sikI when the «oon had bee* ilUd  with boarders and transient gttMtv «f^ boose, he walked io the desk and demainUid hia btll. WithoM waiUnv tolearb ih««aio«irt of his indebtednei«« he thrust his hand ear^ i^T into his povkei and thriir dowvailo«-^ MU» hinh w>t». 11ietow}ynitt»4-lord lo^ed «t it is bl»nk «maitemeirt. i *Jf that isiiH enongh, hew/** anbther,* said thV)n?m ^n the firock,,as ho laid dos^n »»other ftf the same dvnominaiion:  Iheltim« serving pubKcan wasstfM a|««ch-lees with wontlw. 'If ihwe ai« nol  MTtri  twMEiWf t  ^ - - ..ùrTiiiiya»^  iíémmM Btw»— miUjf  ¿r ^^yoùnglady who^H in love.' h^ ms \  ' »Taeon gov<?rucd Cuha four veixrr.,from just b«e.Ri>uU^<mthvih«daring«e | ^ «^i fÈ^ - . - - - ^ - ' ' ' iucccfc^full y s^rnggM wltti the world.' ^  hew ate mow—take vonfcRöie«,*ißi«thi«ed iheatiauires^as hr drêw ful^Úi « reH «»d^a-urges.* iò fiy   

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