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Madison Express (Newspaper) - July 9, 1846, Madison, Wisconsin 'VV- f "SPWun-isps? BO word Fail. BY O. LEE. The proudest motto for tho young Writo it in linos of gold thy lieart and in thy mind, Tho stirring words unfold Anj in misfortune's iheary hpur, Or fortune's prospering Twill have a holy, cheering power, "There's no such word as fail." Tho sailor on the stormy sea, May sigh for distant land And fice and fearless though he bo, Wish he were, near tho strand vvhi-n the storm on ringry winds Bears lightning, sleot and rain, lie climbs the slippery mast and sings -There's no such word us fail." The weary student, honchng o'er Tho tones of other days, dwelling on their imgic lore For inspir ition prays. though with toil Ins brp-'n is weak, His biow is deadly pair, 'i'he language, of his ho-.i't will no such itord us full." "The wily Statesman bonds his knco Bclbro fame's glillrring slump, Arid would an-humblo suppliant lie To genius si divine. 'Vet though his progress, is lull slow And enemies may rail, lie thml.sat last tho world to show "There's no such word as fail." The soldier on the battle plain, When thii-ting tu bo fiio, And throws aside a tyrant's cljuij, on for Libi-ny Our household raid oui native land, We must, we wi'l 1! Then foot 10 foot, and hand to hand, no such word as lath" The child of God, though oft fon5 Thov precious w >id> no'cr foiyt At >id tli( ir dreadful d n lint upward looks vv til eye of faith, 1 vv it'i t'lo fhlist! in null, And in th" covfliut no .such woid as lull." MAftlSO W. WYMAN. Volume 0. In Tonl protested. IIo thought ha I and I finally brought "old Bollzy: .....d tukon his ohanco; but the I was read to him, to bo hung by to lakon his chance but the level on him, nndjust laid him out as sbck dio nock until he should bo and ho was in god to submit without fur- ther parley, fir. Jenkins folt his pulse, nnd declared that ho lonlly was not yet and tho sherid'coald not disregard live aJvico of so distinguished a medical gont'oman. At length a now ropo wns brought. "Uomo, said tho Squiro, "go up aqain, Tom, that's a good follow if you The of iiir illsin in I'.iii >l ti r< spei'tahl oitv In J ihoio in .-ai ly times, an 1 w is lie thus. c; inn i of property, ,11 u m v.ilir th- e-itiM-- 'in 1 i 11 uls df dtliei th' t ho found tl. '.injf Hi ui tho r t e men in n a II m in bh ck -i i si ml tu vihj-n hi h.ul v erv hllle c T', hii- 'S in o of 'he .lav ed tho ik Ic nUi.-t kind of Cullld I 1) his Hi n j.ii ig Ihe mi 1. ml to hp loun I m .id. 11 d by some a others an M; lon all her iniiiicv, but mib.idv could toll who did il. Th took an especial liking. Il-anging my game to tho branch of a neighboring tree, and lostmg my gun by its side, I leliredto this, invlt.rig spot and was qujckly.in e. land whoi-o uneasiness is not felt. How long 1 slept it is impossible to say but tha nap gone-rally, was a sweet refreshing one, and might have lasted much longer, if I had not been disturbed by a shmy compressingsen- sation about my throat, together with a fool- that Hlack Tom protected to the last his'ingthnt somothing was passing over my innoc-o'ico of tlio murclor committed on the Col'l Ohir bpimg road. Wo obscivo by an i face which was not evcfy way pleasant to do with t husband. paper, that a man has been ai mY- I was not thorouguly disturbed; yet j ting you rajst be quiet. has I folt my situation becoming more and more moment, and don't let me sco in ihiit State, for some oflbnco, and confessed that lie comrniUed the murder unpleasant, and, m a dreamy hsl'.ossnoss, Wo regret that Tom suffered, us it ap- _, pc-ais ho wns i pally innocent." The b-O'ikingof Iho rope wns pvi le-illy hour po s oy ecame to what was on. andslood where ho uhon morey on me' I found up onor- idctitial, but not iitorpietod cor- inous snake (well known in that region as stairs this moment tlcnc-c i- not alter all to bo icliod on in all ighting- ihs Tiger. a htf.o luiuuro time at my corn- man I during tho summer of 1843, 1 con- to follow the general cm rent oftinv- el aidstho Hot ngs, in Arkansas, and visit tliut place in oulor th -t might "get n of th r, wondcr- lul fic'ik of nature's great tabornioiy. To llus end I undo tho requisite arrangements, and in duo season was formally introduced to a sorno combining moio of tKo grind, beautiful .tad sub'imo, than had ever bcforo bo MI my lot to wituosi And wo turn to the iinmodntoobioct iii I'lting .his sketcli is t I'ui'nbody a th-t carno to niy oar-, dui ing this v sit, 'is well is to tanyijilityr.au shapu to an incident in tho Hmtoi's life, tmd the rocit'il had well nigh inaJe Utiatt il u id roinbinucl lo part, Ant] ,ich particular hair to slum) unit." Jivciy one who visited tho point in will recognise tho many log slum- ties which are spr.nkloil along tho valloy silent and lonanllcsb in winter, but re- dolent with hfo and spirit in summer. U 10 evening towauls twilight (in compa- ny ill) several wo had griticred mound tho doors of one of tho shanties just i rofeircd to, and listened with delighted oat and CMiitod brain to tho ous stories the natives woio unravelling. During tho relation of one of these sto- n-ctly nt tho time. Circumst intial evi- the Racer) had wound himself around my I .I.... .._, _ 11 j _ _ l. _ 1 _ J neck, and was bobbing his nasty head back and forth upon, ncy face, while Inshoiriblo tongue was playing like lightning upon my features Wjth a J e 1 of horror 1 sprang 1 to my feet! Fortunately, my presence of mind did not leave mo, and. I bethought my- scll at once of- my knife. Quietly draw, ing it from my belt, I managed to pass it my throat and tho snake, until I spoke. was that its point had reached beyond rncnt, tin ned the back to my anc iho ill break blade to my enemy, ond with a vigorous thrust of my wrist, ho was Hjmg povvcilcss around my I had-Urno to ro- l fi 71 Til i m4 t-J U Lj W: 1 j 1 B ft HI IL L jLLA JL JLJ_ JL K_x 0 j iij-HF-ui, Aim REAIUKSS. TWQ DOLLARS IN Wise'onsingiuly 9, 1846. NuEibcr tho out all of his tea at a time, ho had no recollection of" any interdiction on that .although it had been made as feeling but reiVeshcd liom sleep Bofoio sho was ready to leavo her loom she iicaid Iiurn'> voico calling BY T. 3. AIlTllllk.' V" over ugain dozens (jf. .times. In a from the next clvimbor, wlioro he he came creeping slowly The liincs wcie fretful; ho want- nntly It is better far by love than fear resumed his place table, his eyes upon his mother's face. (Mrs. Burton some attendance, t and w n crying oul foi it in. a manner th it instantly disturbed itly I Lot not harsh words mar od'vve might do here." 3ntirely at a loss to know what lo at said Burton to that sho had sent hihn away for what was only an accident jshe felt thai sho hud baldly bcenjqst to thoughtless boy. She did therefore, object to hi! coming back, but said, as ho took seat even suifaco of tho mothor's fi'io him angrily to be quiet until she could finish dressing when tho words gently" scemoc wbispojcdyi ef- see trint yoi1 aio was mt.gioa! ihe Ujol'iei's -pint was anxious lone ot voice. l lis impel lous tampot I never m in anything 1 think about are about him all t'le time, told ;ou aga.ri and again noi to fill your sajc-or to tlio brim you can never do it without spilling the tea over on iho table cloth "I mill speak she murmured, and went in to Ilariy, who still crying fretfully. >d results. Mi-s. Burton was speaking, a iveboy, eight years go, came jto tho and, without heed-rio, commenced boatingwith two is against one of the window was noi ssokon in kindness. A scene somewhat similar to ibis was enacted every but instead of uriprov mg in his behaviour the boy grow more and more Mr. Burton mrcly said anything to [lurry about his unruly do yon want, my son slio said, in a quiet, kind 'J'ho boy looked up wiji surpris0 his eye brightened, und iho whole expression of his face wos changed inlo an msliint. "1 cun'l find my slock. ng., ig a- deafening noise. but ho did, a word was said gibleboy bis That woid was always m Icty yet fii they are, under the buroiu." re- quickly up to him ind spoken IIo did not th, nk him a Mrs Burloj, as gonlly astlio out of his hand. "Cm'tl 01 difficult lo manage at least fitst spoken. r manner nor decency I have hundred times that when you the room wlieie any one is found him so. "I wish I know what to do wilh said Mis. Burton, aflor tho yes, so they c-hcei fully replied couldn't lliein no whore." jf be quiet. Goipslahs had been sent to bed in hour you think crvinc would brina ind don't let me sco you for time, in consequence of sorno violation them v' law and oidor he nmkrs mo feel un- This was said w th a smile nnd in v became sulky in an all tho while. I dislike to be scold- tone so unlike his mother, that the where ho was, pouting him forever, but what can f do If I locked up ag tin ink. her faoe wilh HI hear what I saic f Go not curb him in some vmy, there vvpuM piisc Cia: w Mis Burton plainly moment no living in Ihe house wilh him. I am rninglod wilh Qi'ton spoke in a vtary he will cause us a world of hou- i you want any tiling else'" looked quile as as M 1 moved the boy towards thg Burton sal silent, lie wanted to say a word on tho subject, but he ma Tim ho replied cheerfully, "I ran dress myself now.'' irkcning his face tbii was but its effect might net bo vv bat he fust little efli.il wnserowncd with jforp w blight and His "I wish you would me whnt most cjicour.'-girg lesults 10 ihe inolh- too deliberate for Mi. his wife soul, a l.tlle she fell a deep peace si tiling in her f Ibo mother; ipi-ang to- ularHly. "You sit aaH cjon 1 say a the coiisc'iousiioss of having gam- i, and- seizing hi en (by iho arm wore., as if you hud no kind of interest a true victory c: the pei verso tenden- n from iho room anjl closed mi.ltor. Wlut am J l.> do I of both her own tuA tho heait of hor y after him. all my own resources, Ii was u little act, bill it was the. no, I am out of alljhoart at a cl fruits, and the g.ithcinii1- even of so sinking down upon a is a way which, if you a haive-sl was s-v cct lo her spirit. upon 1 no ard precept upon I think might do a great deal the bieak fast table the usual scene 11 to no good purposes. .Ur. Burton spoke wilh a i s about being en icled, when "speak my heait yet of hesilalion "If you comiiic nto lier m.nJ provonlcd 11 ton said nothing, but ho to Ifarry, I nm sure you its Il seemed a1 most u ough 'hat it was not all the Lc ahlolo manage him far bcllcr tery lo hor iho effect of words o doubted the use of coming ojt rr tTllSLIi.TrianlTlvnr-n you do.'1 spoken on one who Jfhd scirc-ely i welll >tWI ful one, but who of it For me, I confew that "Not for tha of "For their i 'any sacrifice, would deny" would good and yet tho perfect eorii ural temper, even wilh my lovo for them bri ble." "I th ink you )w Mr. Bui ton so successful, 1 nm e' pair of malting the desire." "I nm glad you are 1 wore equally "It might not bo ns is almost always the case in danger of lalling when sol vei seen re. In is often real power." consciousness gives am litrong icplied M And oho wns suongor limn fcl c.t, and slrong because .she felt ho: Uad sho boon confident of ell would not hav e be-on watchful but fearing every moment lent but ray her oatural huscibilUy an ness of temper, sho her guard. To hci thM of her husband, die lain llioppwei' she Itw" and to be caLn even cd. Hut in nil our states 'of iritf mom there are days and nights natural life. There are titr ihe downward iciuiencics ol' and t-ppcar lo govern J when licr sun bus gone hi us is daik. At such times, we cd 10 believe that da thai the sun will nomort onl moning, which, wi seci'n brighter rind fill! fault. and although he cove1 from my alarm, I lookeil, and mercy had often ten been on (lie point ot ries, wo w ore startled by a soptilclual voico behind us, exclaiming that iho parly was lolling "n h------11 of n yarn! wo turned and beheld a creature so much 1 Ibund a grander hoiror upon me! j knew Drawn Ijy the scent of blood, a tiger" had founl iny gamo during my sleep, and was rampant and i aging over >ns prey. Never shall I foi gel ibe grow 1 which ho gave when ho first saw bo was, roai.ng upon the gamo befcio hm, his oyos like balls of fare, waiting only for me to move to spring upon and toar ms limb from limb. My biain'vvason fire Lsaw but one hope, and laat was to iccovor the .vnifo, which in my f.rst surpiiss 1 had lot drop. I mads nn effort to secure it, but my enomy kept too close a watch upon me, and darted upon me before I could teach it. As he came, with a thundering roar and flaming eyes, I the temper of Ills ili? rrorf iM sonsitiveucss about every tiling thnt looked like charging a fault upon herself, that he Icarod-moio harm than' good would- rosi.lt 'rom an attempt on his paittoshow her that she was much more than haK' to blame for the Loy's pervorscncss of lempor. Once 01 twice the little fellow showed himself at tne 1001, bit was driven back with harsh words until the hour for tea ar- au.Mouj! spirit. Kuclj Mrs. Burton and they were iho unerring 6igM progress. Sometimes for dtfy.s would not be able lo control gainst all iho perverse tempers oi her feelings would re-act unduly. But seasons wci e ol shorter and MibrtW lion on every recurrence of them, i oas.011 was, she !-.lrovo most, en: the sake of th.U child to reduce mind into n slate of order. Jt must not bo sL'jimised that Ml. always found the will of hpr boy yield'itself up even to ihecootrofe4 ness and love. Wilh him, too, a mgbt and a morning, the affections of his r forth into disorderly manifesUtti- ing to hearken even to the mother, and a season, when quiescent and truly hu'mrn, self-esteem was wounded. '-klpoak gently, sliu replied. "J might as well q.cak to the wind L am scmceiv heard now, at tho top of my her positive nnd angrily uUoitcd re- pioil and 11.5.11101 IYM. 1 iv was not is ordorlv m hi'-'lxh'.vioi 'ii tlio l mle ;s t'lo mol'ier oriuld hove vv ishod. (I ho d d much bcttoi th m iisii tl, and secmi-d tc illv lo to ii w h'll Koi ii'i.ily tho, whole Mis Burton able to con irol lu'-rsclf and to her boy. voice. Mr. Burton npv T contended
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