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   Hamilton Weekly Hamilton Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 18, 1860, Hamilton, Ohio                               HAMILTON AMD TO AU..'MBX, OP IVHITKVKR ST.VTB OB PBRSIUSIOS, KSLioiocfi OR ESTABLISHED A. D. 1814. HAMILTON, .OHIO, OCTOBER 18, 1SGO. HEW SERIES, VOL. 33. >T0: 11-1 l it A JOB OFFICE! TUE 3K. JE IVC X TT 3MC For IB" of MVKI TUB THIRD -.BUSINESS GAUDS. LA FAVBTTK THABEU. ATTOKKEY at Law.IbmiU.Hi, Oliiu. Ottieruii Busiu v ID. tlui lit. ICE1L, A'l'TOKSKVS ____. Law and Oiiiu. Office in Feb.M. I960. Weal Hamilton, Olilu. will ailund tu any buiineasiik hislluo in tht Prcble. cuituty of I and AL MIMJK1N. ATTORNEY AND Co'unselnr at Law, Hamilton, O. _ AT b sin tftruft, U-HMiUuN.O- tnr at Law. Otficc un ISa-tin Hamilton, Chin. ly _ _ E. HIIOVVN ATTOKNKV AT LAW. Uincc, llarnilum, O. lteiidjirornplly loall buatiu-sa uiitiuitiedto ra JL Oilier J C ii lleckull'it imiueili 1'ultur'fi lijiik.llain ____________________________r'-y_ ci.xr.it. M. c, I, Ml K.til AT LAW, Ijiiildiiig.Suulli-weiii t'ornvriil I'ltiiilunii ALlil: lur and cutni- WA l.n in f it 1 Nntary Public, I TORNUY AT LAW. iitinn. Ohio whi ._ _ Hume. Will attend nrumiitly to jll UHrntH-il lo ANI> JL Cmmtfhtrnt Law, will attend promptly lonh b fMiie-ifU'ilrnxied in him Ho lias removed up itiir-tin Hnnier ft. Uobcrianii's nuw mi in I Mulirv Public, will ai- tn biHean'. ilin PuMic Square (east aide) owr ihe 41-v. i> .UL.IU' ufi-tisrv, AT llninilioit. niiin, will iirumplly nnd uirr. Olfice on street.opposite tin- Cnun _ llUf A. II ATTOHXKY AND SIIKHIFF'S SALE. Jacob F. Jtowe, -V Butler Com. Plus. Uicliard L. Qard.et.al. BY virtue ut an order "for sale in the above cause nnd to rno directed by the Court of Common 1'Jeaa of llutler county, Ohio, I will of lor fur tale at the Court HAUM In Hamilton, on Salurday'lhe 3d day nf November, A. ItiGO. HI one o'clock M. oa aoid (lay, the following res Lying and being In Iluitercoonly. Ohio, being! part ot ihe quanrr ol teclinn three, town five, range two, east ot llie meridian line orawn from the mouili of the Oreat .Miami Khar. beginning at a makttun ilia boundary line of aithtt fouth-west corner ol Jacob K Kowe'afaml.in rccimiHroni which tialte a white asliiirc, tndiaiiieier, bears xmih SO rast and a sugar tree T inches in diameter, east, distant 5o liiikc; thcuce alone aaid tine scciion U and M links to a stake, ihencneasl 9 uliaina lo a ihence north 2 ehims and fO loa Make; 13 chninn to a stake, iKenco south Cs 1C nnd 2rt I tn a gloria on the nurlli Ituutidnry of a half acre lot hidoutlora public chains andm-liteim links mn wnilh 96 liia imineiiii Itou-e'a land; l hence weal 31 and -Jfi links Iu tho (dacuul 31. acirs nf an acre of Hnd mote or HA. fnvinj; and ux- tIK: mij pant 1 of Inml. uYpcrihi-d thus; U [in; in tjnartcr of wet km ihtcti [3.] loun live (5.) rviye two UmnJeJ as follows. ihw of .Mi'l village (if Somcmlle. ai and miutli almi" thu line betucrn the owned by K. tlime. anil ihe Mid (.nidslaml. two huiiuml niul liliy Oei.tlujm'M i Itet to ihtiplnre.il "iiinwjr.uintaiiiiiij: one half lire inortvor uhidi irnt-l H now held by Tiiornani Tone. To b-j fold a" ihe priwrty ol JEjdiard I, tli.- cnii ol Jamb f. A. A.IMllLl.li'S.'Sherlfr "i Itnih-r .tMcFarliml, Auy'd. Hutlur Cointnoti Pleas. BY virliifu) an order for sale in the aim caut-f ami to mu thu Court LID lor snltt nl (he Court llotttt- hi Hamilton, oit Sat urrtay. iliu day ol A. l> at ttVlock I'. M. on said day, iho ruil All tint trart of land Minnie in the ny ul I'uiler anil Stulu ol Olnu, it (he corner of wctimi livi- inuiuliip and ruiiyu tlirtf [J.J cixl nl the nirniliaii litifdrnwn Iruin tin- iinnilhof ilit- Gtc.it .Miinii n-l ulinii! tin- H.niill linn of caul HI [jD.lcliiiina iiiicUt I1TJ links n nlaki-. nt tin- Niirih-i-T-t corner of InmU belonging to Iloit- in, in tcrliiMi i i" ibf il range, tht tice alunt: lUnlinanV M chnitis .mil liliy link-. n> in the miilillrol ret k. tfiem-.' wn Iti'-1 entrr ot rti'ek, liitirtrnt anil thirty Unkn, tt> a in the ci ntru of crrek. E IT f d toliini. Ollii-r in tore. High Al'TOItft-KY Otficu nn tiv AT tln-nco imrib itintuelur. IH-SI tin- cuulli liiu- nf .c i IIIIIH mill o l which n -uaar irt'i- li niul n half Sue had loved him too guarded and cold 1 the tone of her voice the glance of .Thathi4 burning tnyatery never told, left her to languish and die. Uotr lovely looked in her early decay; Howaoftlyand lit-rtircalhi the of the twilitrht faded away, bright nud Uaatiful iu dtatli. In the land afar from l.ergravet The wanderer lived in hiaculdnraa and pride) TJnlutrd and unloving, to memory a Ah, better fur him, if, like her, lie had died. For hope, on the future, no more casther light; JThf joy of further (ltd; While ihf chain that first bound him, endur- ing and bricbt, II Mu dtad. Oh, Xntiire, thy voice hns been Oh, love, let the flush of niantlu thy fervent, nnd virtue AVliy not the rye aud the tunjjue dare Flam the Fonthcrn Atlanta C'lnfedrrnry, Krjit. CGth. IIun. A. II. at Atlanta, T1IULRAMJ On ycatrrday, tliv Sfitli inst.p Hon. Alexan- der II arrived in the citv. on bis way to much debilitated from the lufttof the sum- mer months, he vea-s prevailed upon to pny in Whalf of the liDie-honored prin- ciple of tho Nntiottnl Democnitift parlr. and in vindicatiun of the grvatrhnmiMnn of pop- ular Stephen A. Doiiplna. At onco'cliKrk Mr. pave copM-tit to Kpenk to the client of The fact uat publish tt] nt four o'clock, and nt half-past pittiring of Uif people n'fintiK'd nt Ihe Cily Hull the pnrv pntri'itnnd eil etnlcMinnn. Old ncfd nnd yuniij; men were thcrv. MI n of nil were there, nnd the Indite, mnrrif d fln and Georgia, againtt tlie jiro- bibiuir3' attempted tu ta ezrreitod ly tbvtruateea of Uiecruwnaf Great Uritain. It (Hipular which Ororgia andcTcuTvxat In TrxuUivre a lair prulnbittug tlie ductlon of yet jmpular carried il And for that maon tin pk taw that wai suited to and tliiualtiuf TeiM. Suit will everiTwhere. SoJlaDil climate will cootrolitia tcttla- of all t lie Territories. Mr. Douglas baa Wen wiih liaring eatd iu Nnrfult tliat if Southern State veceded lie wouldansut Lincoln, PmUlvnt, iti coercing her into I am litre tn deny the Mr. Duitglat heU no language. Mr. Douglai did that when a candidate fur President tflect' ed according tu the prescribed of the CoiLHtitutiun, he would defend him in the dU- c barge o Constitutional duties; but when-> ever undertook tn A. KUHlan HuaU olf huntiuR and bear bunting are the ft rurite of the Russians. WolTti an- junled In this way in the winter, when tin wolrea being hungry ars ferociuui. Three nr four liuntimen. each armed with a double bar relied gun, get into a tnnka, which Uany sort of a Cflffinife drawn by threo name being derived from its team, and nut or in, The'rntddle'hone trota witli bin henil moging duwn, and he is called the Snow The two others have only one rein, ;nd they are fastened to thu poles by the die of the body, andgnllop. their beads frve tliey ore called the The tndtin driven by a nitre coachman. A pttj is tied to rear of the by n rope, or a chain preaU-r security) twelve yardt loirjr. The kept tn the rehicle until the hunti- reach the u here the hunt tuUke [dace, whfti he is out and itnrted. The not Wing; accnttorned to or commit any a upon the of the he would iu g him as high as the iung old John Drown. Mr. 5nid, furtlu-rinore, that tneelcctiol of Lincoln was nut a Rait. ;enerate into Jutn fur disunion. I Q fl with Mr. fttut cliildn-n, nil vii-il with i otlier in Jp VAN nr.itvKuit, wHIniiend tn ii ILnlu'r iit'l -iiliitining ivitinii riiutn.iH Ohm. _ STKPIIKN Oil ANT.. AT at llamiltiMi, tlhin. in Oilier. IJniblioji. with 4n tbi-> oltinr liy wlm-li 1 nni (iimlili'il cliiniP Ttit iT'iniart I nm nNn well proit-trrii to lo ull rl.iimr diHiunt ___ niul n b ill ai.it n HIIL" ir In r ui! in ibinu'l. r, north ihiriy lunr -.'ti-i riiiht nni! (75.) j lo ti on ol I mil iontu rl> t In-; lo Hrnnil. bti i-lrven (U 1 i-li HIM amUcwnu-null tun ulnkr Iroiu whirh n whin onk: 1 ilinc 33 U'..] ilMinnl lueniv-, f HIT hnkn. ami n tree inutli forty j Ill' C .J link-, my'tivr rli.i.nt ami link" t  Club, C..1. Oh-nn open discussion in a ohorl and ad-1 niidcuncludeJ by introducing Mr. Ste The n'ninrkw of 3Ir. Stcptii-ns were in iuh ptfttici' fnllowft- "My ciituilrytnpn: T thank you for this ingrtttituilei Stephen A. DottpKi-y AtAndu to   tnke aim. The pif; wolves the rattb1-; it in n concert lo mnke Mepbts jenloui. Innjj as Iho driver com- mands hia horses, ns fast they may be nini; nwny, there in no danjrer. Unt, it 1 to V master of home; if they balk, il ;he trotkn is there is no hope. The icjt the day after, or ft week afterward, nothing will renrntn of the party but the ck of the tniikn, the uf the and the larger Iwnea of Uie hordea, liuntatucn ind driver. winter Prince Ttepine went on one ol heve hunts, and it came very near hit apt bunt. Ho wna on n visit with two of hi Iriends tonne hia cctntJ-s nenr the Tbeilvcmauf tenermWe ftrtiit, wlii-h -ccurred at his in oa of tlie will male orro-v than lurpnte. Mr. Peale had already laised the allotted term ofbumAn life, having reached eighty-third on tli a twenty econil of last A few ago, received a aerinut accident while Cou lecticut, and obliged to rrmain for ime in where, by kind attention. ,e recovered sufficiently to return home. He taken ill Taeiday night, with hydro or on tlie heart, and died tt.nlf past ill o'clock Thurfday mominw. Mr.P-ale IwlontH to a fam.lyof nd thevun of Chnrlca Wilson Peale, of he old Mm-lira of Philadelphia, of which occupied a Ilroad wav, opposite the Park. The Urge ealleclior, f portraits now in Barnum's ratablisbmeot was furmed by this Mr. C. "W. Peale. Tli the site lli Continental burned down teveral since, "and the principal contents of Vnle'e of tbli city, wen long ago transferred to Mr. Bar num. Htiinbrandt Pt-ale was born atlhe time when Washington was at Vnlley and learned irnfetsion in studio at Phtla- for was a painter well ft nhowrnnn, and had painted portraits n its beams a light inferior TrumiaOIIHikln, All1 (Vt J, ItjUi if I. r Comity. Ohio. smnurr-.s i C. f iHvif.. >mm0t M9' j viriiirnf tninrniliiiri in ihi- -ibmc and In (Incctett bv tlir Conn ol C.HIMIIHII ai ibf lloii-i-Mii thiMiilton. on Siinnliy. tfft.lMl.itr r.f fViiilHr IflW.nl loVI.uk -on ,j ,1 ,v. th- InlhiH intf n-'il cfltair lo u it: nil tint In) -uuatnUn (It ts n Gmcrnnn-nt which bnft been, nnd is, i the ndinimtion of the civilized world. The 1 people an- pritsperntM and 1 ftll n til Thus we hari: ntlempled a mere chnrcoal pkt'lch of one of tbe pnnli'sL Apetcheft it evi-r been our pond fortune to henr. We never Mr. SU-tens bef..re, but we have ht-nnl fur en at nbtlitv on the people ami happy to an extent iof Mr. Stephens, in this citv. lias done much Mr I tpokr in Allfiiitn. tne thru- for Stephen if h mini cni ft! the le in "nii lf I in m'ntlnne ViM.I'mii.lfiiry, Ilif iliftVr in uho nrf fnr Hie e! I nit Hint t.ini.'r.il Mnin ami Cliutili ulrir thr Ivu p.ppnl tlicm ninin Ilii" cut ticUt., I will m-t niiy an.itlnng t ir HIIM.II hrint- i.njtt.liw I nm n-11 uill, llir llnw. ,1 Tlinrcliw m were Him gnen fur Hun. A. ..il y.-nntJiy ill.r 7th. 1 tli.tn vrrll. Ami H.Su. fill all (lie itid npjinrt J none dit I k lovv 1 I Thtnl run I I.n.l rilti attended lo. I Mlin-! fj cinti, Uirn-inimli, i t-Vpi. A. A PllU.Urw Sbrrin" nrf. bin ifi'i priiit'tt-tinually in tin- i-iltzeiM of Iliinilton I nnd dtu ol clnottic A Br' 1 Kfntii liv H'clitcli In ft-icn I'. Al. nl Slrtrl, two llmirs F.Mil of July I VN AN1J SUIJCilCON. Ilitililinu, StcunJ Tliir.l -TOIIN MKRCIIANT f} ili'M llio Cttnri llonp'1, IHinilliiu, Ohm. A ifnily-niult: rl'itliiiiiriiit ikr to alUliHl'. _ VNKI.INI'M'KK Mll.l.ri. Ml HT.lPil Y- I1 ilriiilic.lliiiiitiiin.llliM. I. SnjiliT .V Un., t'linrilrinii r.l'n'tU, nnil iiiilii'T. yr Tilt! In Client III fur tlir ni i nt ot tlti- i are ntl it ii" n r thnn Stephen A. Pntig. rhimtnW hoiicil, fnitliful. and no timf cerver, but n nlnlenmnn hai inj: Iwen imminntcd tin1 Ilit- pnrly, in tin1 only i nlnr nominee nf the pnrly, nml ohotiltl nceive the c.mlinl support nil Xutionul the nn.l tut; In htuvivi; on I'Kiumi. THE SCIKKCES OF LIFK A.N'D DEATH. thnt a nimhine hnl cnpnldr of turning nut one hundred nnd pixty riflt) ballc per niinnlc, hfu been ntnrled nl Twice ns iniirb attention to Ihe fcirtire of killing ns to thnt of curing. l I'M id tin ir noi THiftN, JIHTICK Till: ft I'Btcn. llaiuiltun. U. Olfiiv'n of fortuf r otlirr. tin yntitli of urtln Wlllillcud (irnmjitly to nil __ Ifl- r'l-tllll C I Ctiilr Uan-ifneliiriT. U'lntlUtn. ton. O nn. All'iriurn QXncittL'd. Thf mnid of nil 1 Irtiriw (Though thnt maiden not mr) N I in (be ltnd  Blnnd. idioinfi' unfliin'Mtignilvopf.t'jnf the pcrprtuily of this inn.rim. Rinl (.ric-b-. ir-'Vernm-Mit. He has for jtnr.i the M ol NomnU-r, r ,0 h. nntiri'tn from infrinpiitp upon the rights of jtlw- Smith, Upon Ml tindvrnll I even nt tbt> harnrd of his own i f.-n.li.l tin-rich-Id the South. He the of IIIR sictinn to the in of the He mnintnins ttiat, is a government for nnt1 for find tbnt the Dcclnration of Inde- i'had mi to the Mr. fil> i of been patented n ithin tin last tweniv and only twi> pienti'iira live., HnlluwnrN 1'ill- nml Ointment, hnv r blinlMt ilwir nml wtit I twl all kniiS r itfir It Ohi ininrfc nounnc Mill Ilini- Jl-ly of rich at l> W. DAVIS. W.R. J.W.MeccLtv.W.C T. inc evi-rv year. The late California paper- haa deeded availed p.prt..pnl ,1M ns accnmpliH.inp the by hifrher-Inw- rtnrc. in thnl Slate, nnd ism. And nil ollur isnifl tb.it werewnrrinp up- Jn thrjilacrrrt, and dry. That on her rifthUnnd even when her own of internnl Hyu-ntery, Ittit maid wen flf duty. Anrl' to alt terrors in the even ol brni.I to ltfiU the miner-. ,ince the introduction Of the pill-; Or bird lilr thrill. }irre> "'.vcountrymen, j. grAtitude, or ruptions and ulcerous diner- At rve, I go Thnl wny n I in Tin- light of her And then, I ofl "--y I pnis, tnald lored Juvlai U. eitln n Kridar J.W A young lady in one of tti< who WIM mther remarkable for her Wfttitv, ineoleach U.an wiih A gentleman with wine in n large np. She svai dresied [n rlrpnnt fimplicity, with n Tf11firerlierliM4f, kliieh pnvea tweet 7 illinugli infantile her Nn. 160 KOSH OF fentlrman a punning1 inrrts tatlon of known beginning nf a in man? Mr. Uen chnrrvd by the nup' porters   prove that Mr. of eicnty; not of Southern riciiti. If being and endorser of pnpnirtr novrreignty made a man iinwiirthy or unsafe (rutted by the South I guilty to the eimtrnrifd by working in half filled with water, undrra hot nun, are to rapidly reduced by of ihe Oilit ment, that tb'- are leflH careful than they ought lo be to avoid exposure. HUinut remittentit and remittent fevers, have hrrrtn fopp Urrible in 'be vnllry fifths Saenimentfl, and in the of all water wliere (he preienee of pule hat attracted pnpuUtion; but now, piv pen Pay that ditordera appear tn dy ing out under the. renovating and purifying operation of the former preparation better than the inlel e of new diftcuttriti Mining Ktjittfr. Tlie Ilohert Ilarrlav estate, haa but lately avtry Va The (he rf-nm Jn which Harclny wnile hit fnmnu f--r He wat a cot-rnpomr) of On.rge Fox and William bf intimacy with Charles II. Henrj- Calhoun, life lone ernl, hai taken the ftntnp in cmmi for and .Tdbnion, ainl 'T. i i j, Kajdj.n liaveanni'ed tlif in-onU- thai ,.f to the CM. legroilarery into the colonici pi VirginU.ltionvf Uiecounlry. nined to ifo en n wulf hunt- They prepared n Inrge fleigli in which three person" cnuld move nt three vigorous were put inUi it, nnd they selected for n. driver a mnn born in the country, nnd thoroughly in the sport. Every hunUmnn bat; a pair of double "barrel and one htindreil nnd fifty It waa tbe> rt-nclifd the Dieppe; prniric covered The fnll.nnfUh. fcy an The pip was-vut out of the flcigh and th' tip. As soon ns the fcV 4inifprd he bepon lii fftdtVTr but they were timid am :-ptn Inni; TTii-irnumber" qrndunlU gained in strnncth tin K-canio bolder. Thew were almut twvn' when they cnmb pun range he troika. One of the party r.rrolf fell The flock WCAITIC alarmed fled A wav Seven or hungry wolvea remained IK- id to devour their dead companion. Th )n were poon filled. On evry aide hnwN howls; en eTery aide uliarp rind brillmtit eyes wrre petrinc. nil KM! vollrynfler volley; the fleck if ttolicfl inenflsed insttnd of diminishing, md ponn it wan nnt n flock, but a vast herd of .rulres in thick Berried which gave to the ikigb. The wolves hmirnTrd forward rapidly they lermcd to fly ovtr the snow, and lightly not n nonnd uns bvnrd; numbers continued o increasr onil tht-y Deemed to n tide dniwinp nenrt-r nnd nearer, and which the cuns of the pnrty, rapiflly they ftJlac lady, Take arv Thv tUrn it Vile niii I then Ihe _ A vuiit the i" It my noAcan 1 Vafce, the A bnr.i In juudt-r And Ihe Urtd itre iQlhen; am Vnfce, TWnm, rninrt tJw ob f.-nee Jondrr, Vile the forth liLHJlin'i (VLy dun't il.t- rake, I Softly on lit I, hrr Ivfims nrr down vink if Sal Vake Sallr, Tnfcel and look on aae It I II liftfcyon. arid hate (Uy Liturgy t Oh. IA ctrrnet the bnlt-doj; DOW) "Dow uw! he'a a In a delivered at the of a school in Edward Everett ke of With the ackaowl- uality of woman in general of Washington, who, in 1795, aat three to the Itembrandt, then but seventeen years old. Thcyoungnrtiat wns much fcight though tending in either the study of Washington's head he tonti apjiropriatfl developcivnt, witB Tier ihen made, served as the basis for hia future {nil ltd to man in tact, of He Uy, phyiieal anil moral cndttrAncc, tinted therefrom n picture which, in 1832, of perception, and jxiwer of accommodation as purchased fur two thousand dnllara by ,to circumstances, giva her fur two or the government, and pltced tn ttio United gentrrationi t-qual advantage mental States Senate chamber. Penle continued the of creation will have to carry mnsttn the time of his death Ui point picture) Jmoregumi tJisn they do At patent, to keep of various portrniti, lamlieapts, and her out uf the rnjnyrnent of anything which onirMiaitions One of the inns t remarkable it touml n-aanningand faircxptricneewill anew tobe her I have, however, atrong vasK, which bns been copied inen-, iloubu Mhctlief tried by tbia tent, the reaalt ;s, and recently exhibited in this would be a participation in the country, Mr. Colion, tliu it tl.tj rxjliticat dutiei, which the !a Paid, paid the artist twenty dol- 'of the huiaaa race, in all aces, for it. Some two apn, when Peale confined to the c'lsrserwr. I do not rcatthU wns eighty jttHt of nge, he (nude A copy of opinion sulely on tlie fact, that theie dutiri Ins WitsliinpUin this, we Wteve not congenial with the superior doItmf crflshiu last nrtirtic labor. Quite recently he iof woman, orcoinpHtiblo trith ilelirered in Philadelphin A lecture upon the vliicli nature a portraits, by Stuart and' of to her in the I think it would be found, on trial, thai Mr. acquaintance of the wuuld Le "ehangeil 15 men at the neat of pnvtrnment made him for the puttrnfr teiea on idely known, and for bis nrt'utic, f. HI tin 5, with renpectf'for iDttanee, tn ItiMtyn Inrgr patronage and j the right of .Whether the -wivea and'. enjoyed here it to that pf itfi the hnshandf and brotb- 'cnurt nbmarlr nticnuld ezint under ur diffirvil thetn, otirform nf government. He loved Ilia ditfi-rence uutlld, in the long 'mn, ut found time to devote some attention to UN principally in alt partUa, the tcioll would erature, and in 1839 published the "PortMin he the at present, too, whether if an ol fnitn had will, rations in nrt nmttvrs. nUo "1I dictated Ihe AI Ibis ft No inme fair poetry. Hi" Inter pft-seil in nuiild ihe tame on all tbe rvult n Inrce fnmily. I.H-T, vncf mm-neil And lenves n wnlnw, clttluren and 1% Pott. Grnealozr of the Prluca of Whn is Albert Edward, Prince of Queen Victoria Enplnnd, who the nircr- of the Kines William nnd Oenree IV. and ilniiRhiei of Prjnen K.lwnnl. DiiVenf Kt-nU fourth III. who the of Fn-Herick, Prince uf Wnb the ton of Ow.rfff II, who TTA" tin- ann nf I. who tlie fif Eh-drr-M of Hnnnier, rlnncliter nf .TaniCA I, who was i.f Mtiry, Qneen vim of III, (if Sci'tlftnd. wlm WM son of [Hi.ry VII nm] Elicn1 cth. which wai the' undoubted to tlie thnme of Encr- land nnd the uf the l.pin.r the dfliirbtcr nf hnd no nntrd n vaot c t nn. The wolvni wboie liornn began In the brines. The in nn rapislv tiny to upring out of the ground. wcinl in tlieir for whin; could three come in such a, dfAcrttif unowT The bad pig tutu the tlf-iqh; Kipital increflAPil tin- The party cnntintn-d to fire, but they had now atmiit linlf tht'ir aminunitifin, and but ;wo hundred cnrtridgM while they were timmnded by three thousand The two horns of thn became nearer and ntarer, auil threatened to envelop the party. If one of the horses should bare given out, the fnte of the nbole party tealtd. What (In yon think nf this, taid ince to Ihe driver. "I would at home, Prince." yon nfrnid of "Thedeviln the more yuU fire the more you'll hare." >4Wbat do you think it the beat thing to be "ilnke (he po "Are you of the hnrtctt" "Ten, Prince." "Are you ture of our The driver made no reply. rjmrkenul the and turntd their lifime. Tho hornet flew fatter than ever. The driver excited Uiem to incrraped speed br a sharp whistle, and made Ihrni describe a eurve rhich of tlie borntof the ere- ccent. The wolret opened tlirir ranlciand let by which men di> the and voting tor ti-itm. of repre. on which promotes the convenience of all and doit injustice to And then for fame, to which, hya naturaLinstinet, the gen- erous a? pi res: "------The spur which the clear ftpirit doth (The Ian infirmity of mind) Edwnrt IV, who the of irhnrd PlnntAifenet, Duke of York, the .nn ..f Annn Mortimer, who the ilnuehter i Enrl Mnrrh whn tlie of ho Pbf who lite il r of I Poke of Clarence, who the son of III, who wan the von of H, who was the non of Totcurn delights, and live Inbotloui And I that the itirc.it path tn a reputation for the mass of mankind is by intellectual ira- pmremcnt; and that in t'na respect, therefore, ounchool plans thuafzcaonan eqnml- The il'AlK-i, the En re nip, died on the The event liA'l much in .he Itrtpcrial family, n-bich was traveling in tlie touth of France. An editor In IOWA has become an hollow Vom depending on the printing for trend tlitt propoies to aell himtelf fur A, itove pipe. jird T, trim i f the I'rnry III, whn wns the unn nf Kincr John, who WAI the of Jlt-nry II. wh Mni Heltrv I. wh" the ion of dr who tjie daugliterof the of THE COXQUEHOn. Henry I mtrried Murhitdn. danchier of Mnrcnret, Queen nf Mitcolm of Scotland, who the daughter nf who wan son of Edmund II, whn wnn brntliernf Kdnflrd III. the HIA onlr PHnee al that time in England whn cotild prctenil any ricrht tn the crown. Edwurd Uie Con- ft-oor of Ktht'lreil II, who of Edcnr, who wan ton of Kdmunrl I, wh4> of Edward, cnKed the Elder, who was sen of Alfied theflrrat. nw mneh mnre difficult Jt to net a nian out on n wet wet k Can thut up ihnpt have anything to do wuuthUt The Pennsylvania mineM havealradr year over P.nfWl.onn of an- hitnminntm coal. The total fur year wlli U One t Motet. past. The Prince raised to ihntj.der. "For Ood'fl sake don't exclaimed driver; "we tre dead men if you He oln-yed The wolvei, astonithwl by unexpected act, remained for a minulf. During this minnte the troika wan Averst from them. Wh-n ed again after it, it was too late, tbty cauld noi orertate it. A quarter of an hour they were in nf Prince Repine thinks hit homes ran At i nil niilot in fifteen He over the iteppt the ceit day, And found Uu bonei of more Umn two liunJtt-d wolm. A moU search, the London Court Journal, It about to'take place, that will lorrrn of invention to the tombs Beaufort family. It that the firrt Earl of nf the rlaj nf Henry VII., invented an engine, the original tnmlel which, hat never, to this moment, Through the deepest Jlr. WpodcmftoTjtainul undeniable prnof that Ihe Earl of Worcester deiired ia hu will that model should be interred with him, am; actually in bit coffin. Therefore, Mr. Wood i.rit wat to obtain permiivion lo lute the coffin opened; but before that eonld done, the whereabouts bad to be, discovered, and knew anything abont it. U wat not cnlil the rlher day that, eoming an old manuscript, fnund an alia coffin of Charles Snmfriet. Earl of and that it was buried in a vault, which had in, and, tlir writer obterved, never likely to beheld by mortal again. The rntnu ii upward of oae hundred and ftfty old; it, tbcrrf-n-. may U Imagined that lo 3nd the where buried was HtTieult enough; that, hnwerer, bat Wn ae- and Mr. Woo.len.ft, lianr; ob the Duke of Btaufun'a jH'rmijMon tlie cpfltti, ii only wailing mcctta- ry .if tlta Bishofi to do to. The MnehcM has lignifit.-U ber Jctire to U- prtf ent. nf the hut declined, devil and and goea for Douglas and Johnson. LincnliAnd These nrn in Hrpublicnn and on JlepuMiean Inmnern. fur trhntaf" The are the only persons in thu coun- try %h" do rtutalrvndy fmdoni, and of ennrse it ia for Oiem that the frteilom part of their ntntto U intemledi and frw- duuiforthe tbfn.ii the word W eilloclt liren tn hird-eairrs; without tn get in, aud those wiUtlit (o get oat. "PntTBCs. WHAT A f-llaw- in the lait of advtrtiitd he York Herald; John. Htrnrr jy Teutonic work fnr a firm had to leave town. Accordingly wjn paid tjff, and tnjrlvea rrteipt in full. He took pen in hand, and after hanl produced rtecint, which rcadi l; r "I full. I no more Spirit the baa an account nf A drrarlful old fellow, would rathrT tell a lie on tix tnonlha errdit, than the trotb for cash. A writer in "Notet and tha followisg wicktdibttt witty fplgnm by L.' "The 
                            

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