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   Wisconsin Express (Newspaper) - June 18, 1850, Madison, Wisconsin                             aksliool il. TIIV MAUIWN PUCK Huiuou FIEEM.D, JIO.MIS AM NATIVE I'or firwdum, honor, nriil KKh HtUlll fllfl'VW HIMlMt; 'I'hr IHM ill Ilif fix hu will lltlur fl'nr, V.'hui, rufit llirtiiiU'ii a limd to Uuur. All iuiin.il, I Jlnit-li on In rnxtlom'ri cnito, in to l'i I'Odmn'x uttered bund, Truu to True tu tuiul. Ibuw CHM FUJiol, iliuj'n in niu'il; Abkit U.uy friendly I" rixhln, lulTHUChy'n hliithl. All uuill'd, ttu Inwftalid for hwivom worrl, jiour'U; lud uurcr ijtall ilkl', 1'ilt tirlli umlor homlagi: riliail cuiuc m fclifh. All united, ho, no avenue Thal'.liii bath jrlvo.hlm no II. 'T censo lo trespass on my property.'" Hal iiT'. "5 "S nud one that lie ouu und will sustain in the courts agci'mut ymi." Lot him jfti to court then, I bonght Iliie farm I't the COUIUrfe. to purpose was to liles dintunt, "Thank you! Yi Let me speitfc a j Hut Jfr. Hulpiii hud mined liia horse" hood, anil was inovit.jjoft'towards tlie place of entrance to Poor flolton What was lie [0 do? Never felt BO oppressive a scene of liumiiiatiuu. He had reined up his horse to hate (or, at leait, I thought 1 that hniband who hud always laTished upon me every kindness. 1 never quarrelled with him. was too in- nately prowl fur lliai; but I allowed inywlf tu brood upon my growing hute, and, on, Ihere is no feeling on Ihii earth that to nigh warpi Ihe brain to madness as ihe lime horn ot A friend of mine, who had iln> privil- pgf  tfiiini'ir, un 1 live' 1 riding 'jloiij( over JK anil it belonged In S t'.'i i. infu a the impudence ofoldN.ek ii HIS- r Tli'-v go hy replied Hon. Wi'ii.i, it hint linen rvcr I have worked vui> iiJia. j Ihink I once heaW Jenhms, IftMiuUX. lliul Air. Li J'.UIH UjJ like, WUJ' of way Strom my cxela'imud II; II'h.ni, mroiijgly innrkrd ML. ciiai 1 Coup- ilv .V'lLli I i jui '.j uke u Im.k il thai jwiil uty Au; -Jr Sultan tlrxlo oft tKenuipan'ml by Iii. tj ide. 'J'luuw' llie rjnli- over into i'.'.y j 1 -i in li.i'll ruiifmilided :il iinl' r. i uiHle'.M'.iiul s.iul .tlr. linlUin. i s wr Uul---------" I'll l.vllHf. Tln-ii'. iiiinllirr way for Mr. I'.ilkn llir jHlMir ritud." 'J'li U'r, uf my no ii i-vi- HfiiUlii' hinhw.iy my i 7 II II- H U' lll'llV HI.'V ..rrlrre if I'fnh owners, imitieii'd i .ii.tr uirui'd .mil miiri'hfiliiH'.ij with I i flride-. "Bill it' illerii w'lil a niee teu ii'iKliiTf tliemt dijljilK I -ew iw mv iiHiih' is'nt Men j 1.. liinii'i'.Vr. ItnlliPH'ii exrile- .Tcille, mill it ciiinu into lim mind. i'. he uncllt have lifted n lilllu Ilimtlly. i 1 i. '......a, t li.iil liren givvti li> em tin- j .mil lie not tin' mini to ''niufcc luck I'.' ii.ii -ei- Kdu'.ird f" Kliiil iWni. llttltun, i liiis'iiiuleiileri'il tin- ii la- 'ii v Im Ii Mmii! ii pileher of KWi'i't crt-iilil null 1 .if tieiJi tmller. Iliilpin urii' i I'M r, unh IIIT iMiiip'iiiieiiln thin iiiorninir. ii kiu.l 111 ln-r 11 .'ti.u's cumiti'iiuni'v WUH glowing nitli i j timt wiw a wrighlxjrly, mldi'il Mm. H. I I il n 'i iliiuk niiu'li .if lier replied H J mi. coldly, hi1 p.iwd tin' rotim, Iliere only for a iiHunrnl. lie I'.mld liiiiii'cirf Imlter anil tlie piloher w iiliniii leeliiii; ri Unked, hiul ;u he x ni I direrti'd s-'iid Mr. Hnl- MI'I kiul iir.'Ut., un meeting Uon mMiirl ri'iinuinj; from tlio nf llic fiirin li. left him. N -i'." ni- the rr of BI-II. h il il d yon tin with the jjule 1 liri u mil. llu' firlu, as you told me." liiiin'l Irfeiik il.'" N...-I- In- iriHinle. .Vi. Ben. I'." MHikium iLltmi. the rtehl o( way to Mr. mi'. nmiMitahi'. lie 1 iii.w He rninr down from his I f it.iw in? ai work, a'jd awkcd wlinl 1 j. J when I lo'd him ho Ktid ymi wi-ru 1 ml would wily gel Aimm-ll into Ironhle. H: farm riylu vf w Iliio' It'll Mr, Pix, him ngtiin, iml to :nv replied Mr, IVIIon. "1 utn j >'i iiwtenl lo iniiliiige lii.iu 1 i V: IVilion turiinl from Won, CMI uttering -h. hfuvv Mr. who owned aiiuiher I t Ihe phtuo nTL'll 'II uuulu i tolul j "lid Ihe former, in alone of of hii neighbor No! 1 urdon mo for miymg that m tlr.e, you avc in I tnild prnnauun, "1 you have thought belter ever, rcr, relumed (he other. '-Orixinnlly both furrim J of Iho muttt-r about which' we were laNiing a few crrcr, wtro in one. right way ne is no such concestujn in the 1 said Dultnn. If you will take (ho trouble to make an ex- wns subsequently sold with a hours ngo." nerom this." I "Abnui Hi you mean 'Yes.'- right uf way through, my farm, If you will take (ho trouble to make an ex- I hope you hnve concluded to ro-npon tho mtc amiiiiiliuii in the cluvk'e office in the county court, and h-t things remain as they have been at least you II find it to bo as I slate." for the present. These meusures ui.lv I don't care nnjlliing almut how it wasorigi- reliiriu-d Jtulton wilh llie headlnost of pas- nion when excited. "1 look only to how I il is now Thww my fiinn. 1 bcmghi it with no said ho aloinly. sueli eonecsDions, und will yield it unless by cornjuilaiini. I winild'nt be Ihu ownor of u piece. provoke anger and never do any good." shofm ILHI l.uud. W 'i'hat was i'or- troubled, oppressed, ulrickcn ivns Mr. UiJtoii, ihutlie remained un the spui Hliere Mr. Hatpin hud him, looking after the latter until hi- arrived at tho pluco where an ubitniution luid been thrown in his wuy Ily thia lime, llie very breatti of IJultou was suspciiiteil, XJnbonnclud I was Ms surprise, us he olwcivod fllr. leap I h 1'urse, swing open tile gate und. Bullon tlirough. lie seen uriglu lie rubbed his eyea and looking again. Mr. Jlulpin hud closed I I JAUIUlll [lUtl CIOSOU no right lu trespaM! on iny the gate, and was on the other biile, in act ol of land that another muu hud the right to enter." "That little strip of Hii'nl Mr. Dis, in of but triflinif value, might bo fi-nced off as nmd. This would tnko awuy all necessity for and in the vml, if tho runtter goes to coui will Imve to yield in'ilie right of way, and oe cjuiupeled cntrring f otir ginund." As to Ihe mailer of replied Mr. "I Iliiuk (he general opinion will be ugniuet munt. attempting !o curry out purpose, nlouiilingliis nurse. "liuve I done riijht sa.d a voice at tliis you Will subject ymirnHf to'a good doul ofod.iun which every man ought 10 uvoid if riossiblp.---- "Hollon started, and, t.n arouai! saw Mr. Ves, you have Joiie righl I" he returned, with an eniolion tluu he could nut conceal: "und from my heart I thank you tor this limd oflico. You noalili, to iooltoiics more on hii ohilii. To every enlreiity, I retnrned, a cold, ilern, haul uuttwcr, and ibr alt ihia 1 have O.euvly hiiten the dusl Hince. The ycura Bpitl on whieh return no more, nml my child liegan to expaud into u loveli- tsa v il h mi his, liusbniid Lbrollgh her. inconsisloiicy you rtmy cull hill il ia vieverlhtitebslrno. I knew thut ho was alive, (or regularly every year I re- ceived a small piovision for our mtiiiUetiauce through miknoun hands. Thin, with (ho little patrimony I received from my father, enabled mo to live far fioni ntlbrding iiitiny of "How was it nslteil the party. "Well, I will tell ihe sidernlle umusempnt, at unios er> w'10 n B'j' twinkling of humor in ever J would attempt to ronianniratc wait hUcye. "During tho campaign ol '48, him upon the dnnger of his uf coming too "''lc" promlnciit of liemoc- much ongrosscd with nntl the like- nnd whigcry were cam-awing thct lihood oi'lheir loading him noplt-i-t 0[ i State, one of dii.ttnguinhed Ricti of (he iruc value of pionoy, he lunyii by appointment at a smalt and say it oniy cost him a'finv shillings, village, where the people were nearly anil he considered it cheap at limt. j Dually divided in The Dcmo- rivilr.-o dl i Clut uftc'' llic it was iho Democrat JiadJ the luxuries of little know how I hnve tho _ ootild r.ol perieiicc iho after cl.ips.) had liku every thing else, the "in.nl 's bordered uiihfiue scfiicr [Hlt ulndcd speech U> disperse, wlien vt. i a lull raw-boned, nyty looking customer Kot s'ar.d and said, yenrned lo loolt once more on my husband's face. Oil, Emily, I Ihmigril if I cuuld but tee him, nil might Ire maile op. i prcp.ircil tu linmbk' or nvci ui reply 10 llial hut Koiillc'man talk- ........ed." At fiitit ihcurowj cumiueuced nnd iho' i nud liooiing, lo put him duwn.bul hu one of iho kind lo stay me thiil, to miii" nngry, and snjry men are generally dent' us an Alt'. Jlulpiu first, und explain lo him how much j When Air. Ilalpiu liter b) Ibc voice of renstin. So the neighlur who I you nre at liuclini; a right of way fur culled m (he hupe of turning Iho new nrcnpnut of the fuitn from Iiin purpose, and thus saving trouble luhiinwirund Mr.llulpm, rclirtHl svithont cflucl- Mig whiU he wished to t'icomplishi It wotiM be lining injustiei: to Ihc feelings of Mr. .fi-.illon to sny, that he did not feel somo etiKUionn of for liis preciuiuulc uoUoii. Hut Ubvtng nssnrcti decided u position in the matter, he tint think of rounding a slep thut he had iaVi'ii. H.uiy nud positive tm-n are Henrrnlty wriik-mindi d, aitc! weukness usufilly shows in pruk of conwff'oncy. If they say tiling they will parei'vere in doing it, right or wrung, for w.ll think Uiem vascillating, or, aw, Just such a another furmucnisstlicone yon liuvu pu.chased tojnu weeks afterwurda, made vufcroncv to tho riglit of way uciosu Air'. Boltoii'H land, and asicd him if he would not soil I am sure some arrangement satisfactory to both I him a narrow atrip on tho south erVo of hii farm can be made. Mr. Halpm, if you take liim right, to be fenced oll'mr a road, the hitter said is nut an unreasonable man. He'll do almost j "No, JUr. Jlulpin, I will not sal! you the lad llnng lo oblige iinuther. But, ho is vely stuo'j if you utlempl to drive him If he coinev In .ne and finds things they MOW ate, he will feel dread fully oiilrugfcl i ;md you wi.l become enemies .11- but us il is of lill'lc or no value to 1 will cheer- fully vaoulu u lur u road if you are trilling to rim stcud of friends.'' c.'.n't be. helped now, "xvhul's (lone is done.1' "ll is not loo lutu to undo I Mr. "YesU is. I urn nol the inuii to make bucks i Good day, Mr. Dix j Aiul lo his liDtbc, Rnllon slarleil offul i. brisk irul. He did not feel very comiurla- I blc. How coulil hu t He loll Hint lie ir.ul il.-iiu wroiif, nnJ it-lit truublo anc! inorliJi'. n iv.ri-, I Lietore linn. Jtnl stnblnirn pride ivotlld nol Lt him relracc a lew wrong iiteps Likei. from a wionjr nnpiilHt'. To Ihu eitj he went, hX Inisint-H, und iheli turned his fi.cx- iioinevvaul, Ihti leuce.' Anrl tluib w.isgeiileil, most amaciably, a mutter fail, in llie betrninhif, to resuli in a said Wr. Boltun, and angry dibiiiiuilidii, iiiiolvi.ijf loos ol i-ioney, I tune, and Uiu-.iUl.v roluLwiships. Kver ul'le'r, lie work, uhen disjjuseii u> uut from u fini urjjry Mr. Bullun's would turn hTlliw tiuht ol lit would ocoomo cool nuTl ra- tional m a moment. 1 considered iltny duty in him thu iui-t to "chari'.aulu nbjoct" so niiji1 him very strongly lodo'jt. iipprimciicd for hulilinj: the l.nr, hu be. cuuie excitingly and I wns Konic'was once by the cack- inducLtl in iisili him, un o-ic IK n i ''ll' but I don't think the hUsing returned from o iiifctinsr, if' tln-y usi-.l j wil1 Luuisanu.or liqiiors-r'iic ically npponf.'il iiilu.vioaicd X.icU This speeoh re- and when at length iho n'ijjhl arriicd, ha "'li rounds of nnd shouu as li> As thu l.nr, hu L-, and I aliouicd thu limn- Kcr, a stentorian voice, "1 will inlro- tltiiu'nijsi'Ji'luyuii us u [Shouts of hurrah J'or Krjiujcky.] They [itifornied mo wiihmuch-r.iiiCuiition, ihnt "lus-" i i [e o muc too.for nearly four years ntnl linti brings "lus-" -iii c u, .ii., i hts "m for uccompa mf.lnn l widowhood of nearly thirteen years. 1 had also outlived the hope of j ever ngnin seeing my hiibbiiiid, ivlion tiliout three weeiis since I received a small note from him, atitiounuing that lie was in Mobile, and most aiiMOiis to sec the on there." i siiiv how uits 1 snid Suit ed lo await his slory iibuiil H In1 came home. I waited for his return umi! jiasi mid. Ho Itiitl won (he crowd over ,ni 'I'titv iirffcivcil nl pictcuod ill oiico vvas ti Uiuraeli-.r, und ihoy bccamo and I'll itl" Timt wns ono of hit f.ivor.U; Ami lio repbaluit il tu AOW, di'ivo iiB' the rrpenltmt fulu hin initiil. At ;iine. when Mr. Ilollon s.it down to Iheliible, lie found, plucr-d just before liinMi print flf Ilio golden butler to wife MI that very moiiiiug hy Mrs. Hulpiii. The annoyed umi wall a prcssuie ujiou li.h Icflinjrs. linn. Hi' Ml lliai he hail Won liuHly, "All to hmiSBir, us iirinciijliborlv tiud, it fiH'usilit- f lie tctU'cliuii IvnsnWn" ,11 OHO af- fer upon hiB niiiirl, lie saw llinl ;i lijjlu nf j cipiiute. Jin'. I w.is pioiultcd to tlnnli Unit any fur .'Mr. llu'pin was) ii'diHptiiiinhli', ud tli.il chimed llie unlit to III.IKO a public' rouil il'nij n.'tfl (.live it tc; him, it wus u riglil of winch through my ]l I'd known tl a' ll.ilpm wm hccoi.ld turf di-pnve wiihoul nclui'j unjustly, j u ofJiu'gu Thu DISTRUST; o ii ii n Victim of Voluulm-y The liitlo rafe is l.iken from n mini itu'e spuper, edited und published by he rode j the lndiesconnucicJtYi.il thi' Sic'ml l'ru Jlfobilc. "1 wi.-'i J liad twice :his mortiiny I I will tell you ,1 story of real lit! bi'furi; I ucifti once. I need not have ln-sti bopre- uceiuaid .11 uur very wtdat. 'I'he heroino und would, it is ly liifve diirkened his mind .iniiiii. Jlut ilu-y had, iil tnni, In give jit.ico Ui mote ct.rrept Jiid feeline-1. Just ttyntrtne of Ihnt blHU'T, il is delicious''' tuiil ,lfrs. lioltuii, soon ul'ier they wt-ie seaU'd lit the I don't naro nlwiut butler at dinner re- plied IMtnn, coldly. Hut jut' try some nl' thic. I wunt you !o l.istf it." urgi'il llie tiife. flavor is delightful. J nnjril jfo oyrr and see Mrs. Hiilpin'ti duiry." 'rountitfl't bin Htilton UM.k of Ifie blll- ti-roii Insp'lMte. vnllier b.u'u thrown it i.nt of tin- wmdotv. Now U'y it on n pieco uf said llnlluii. 1 declure Y'ui us ii' VIHJ were iifruid of the butler. iho inuttui tun yi.u.'" There tvns no reas'Mi tvliy sliouhl not an Ins tvifi- le.is-t no reason eonhl give liir. Il would'nt di> to 1 won't touch )irc. I've ml oirhiTlmsbiiiidVrijjIitof way uciuct my Innd. I've ii'iili-d up tlu> only oullel there is t'rwm li is puljlu: mail." No. U tvnuki'nt lt> wiv Hint. So, wus left for ItuUon but lo luale the deliuiolla but- ter. Ts'nt il very snid his wii'e, she saw linn pluee it In flin Itpa. ii's giKid replied Bollon, "very good luilter." 'I'hmijih in fact it wus far from tust- tn Uim. the liuilturifii rriicl jVlid on rode Air- JJollon, tliiiikmg only (if the trouble lie l.ud so djwn abinit J l-'or I'.ie mile of the tliel'c luul -a I fjenllenuin riding uloiiiJ in iiilvance of Mr. IJolton, I "mlas llic liorae ol the luiier HULL-a luile llie j best speed, 01: him slowly until, just j he reuchtd the point whi re llie rout! leading iu liis I'lilin ihe lunipike, he cim.r up u.ih Inn. Ili'll.'ii, 1 si'id (lie ginilcmim, j conic un uUi-re in.lfiig, us- bo Ii in into luu ol'sueicly. unit! up side by fide KIOIIS by saymg that as il of my utiry lived iniiiiy i cure in Alobile, wus a live, 1 think, llus place .it all cvuuls, her lul m life mui-t huve Duen rjut-l omon'r UH, fllaiij M this liur room huvo taken her by llic himil; i'ur .u every heurlb static tho wu.s u welcome frilut.1, ren- so I y liol Ijnllrunl niaimeis, uud lovely (lisjKjbitiuii. one loved Dora nicii. y, for she loved cvoiy body. She had been ii widow miii; >IT.IS tthon i iirst nmdu her ao [juuii.Uu.ce ni rl n more lovely wouan, in overv point of view, ll lius LLC.I my lot to meji wilh. J oiten wuntleied al lier pcrveiBily in re- muii.ing single, when I knew, wilh ihe vtorld. Ui.it she hud il so Lujjely in her power, nol only it> be- wife, but u most ugdu mejn- lus purried my jtcrmiu- phe fheaili.'fj ihe dominion ol1 tirciinistituct'a not lo reveal Isimaelf to Ada. Oh! llie hours of that diiy wurc so 'loacleii paced A! hist ho came with seven o'clock. 1 parted wilh my husband i. tall, slight figure, with light blue eyes, and dark curling hair-and Isbook hands wilh him, after the lapse of thirteen years, pfirli-ct Indian in enlarged, robust figure, eyes somenhnt uarker, and his hair, tnutviid of gray, na tilack as niyht, Ijmg in ihioli masses of large inanlv, uTisny curia. Never would e child of his he would cull i nlul heavy, I us an old nud soonfi.ll ush-rp. hi iond of Iho funnly promising under any ahoul two hours ho cuiii.' in, :md us rhc door opened, I tx.woue, Iiul liuu slill serve him. He looked around to sec if i.i i i! ol ur ihoNiishvillc Uiiion.oud o eon were then weoi uiitotlu'i.tljlc, i r J i i t r i ufa wrio cornier of counto. and ornptii'd his poukols o siuiie uumi. n i i i i ittinuoi-aul must) I Ho hen took out his nocku imd I'ontinucil lliA Kcitn luchiun, "1 xvatit u vhancc.if you willgivo il lo mo, lojnil iho yen I lemon, ihnt last itilliu'i loyuu iibonl iicii. thro' a course of'yjirours." Fjaiiglitcr nnd cries of go mi.] llcru the stranger puts bath ami drew out ofoiio anil out of the tl.c Oli'VL'liiud down on mi> my tnlk is saw. T'IC Jl 's now L-ti'il lo-niglit, time to i vo rrcoguizcd tho jusbund of my youll ihciino-looldiig, middle-aged man I! I prcst'iiti'd to myj luivfilucr ns the Ciicnd! of 1 hid prepared her to j receive him alFeclionatf lj', and ilic warm M'L-lcciiie s.ho him lh.it j any one who luid known atr father should luivo llic warmest corner of her heari, cotn.'C'p'.ioti pain'.i.l lo both ol us. Thoy hud ti intcres-, tin.' convcrbiuion. He aboiH -l tlmc >'ou 'lnd hcrstudi'es, seemed plensrd wilh the progress she had nialiing lici promise (wilh my permission} lo corrcs- pcuid wil.i him under the assuiued Hump of Dunslott'. in convcTsaiion with 11' 0 I lorino to commence iilaniu' my t u to iii-t :ij (lira) cy wuuld In: ruined was soniP.lhing 0111, bring nai- ui'ally curious, I wi.shud to luid about it. So I slretchcd myself, in.ii over 1 cxclainieil "Hullo you are in, ch (Jiuintiiig your ave mi -.HA 'Neow how ii'iiwli do ilijnh il me lie naked. 1 ilon't Kcseitly- ftve ccnl.s, 1 his chilil, 1 luiii wiiuen a fuw lines, ilut- iit'p my earnest recantation of my form- for a cr error iind earnestly you arc joliinj. ly, iimv ntucli do you ihiuli it'll, 1 Mipiuse ii iliii'n I IJ.ilpin'i. been on its "1 ufien heiud iry bruilier-ii.-luw, .Indge C'ladueli, of }ou and llml he i your huly. pioiniiye oiiiselvea mucli pleiibtire I in liuvii >ou lor U.ilpij nnd 1 will Hike a very u.uly npporluniiy lj call iipju you. How is ul! your family I" "Q'lile well, I lIuu.U replied ,1ft'. Bjllon, ll'Miiylo uppelir polite and pleiiHud, yelhulf uver- liuf his face from the earnest of iMi'.lialpin. have had u biuutil'ul suio lao Jatti-r, who preceivt'd lltut, from bome euuse, ,nr, iiulton was not at e.ibe. ''Very was the biiel ui Mier. "Voiihavclici'ii to ilic tii.d Mr. llulpin, uficr a brief pnuse. "Yen, 1 Imd uwme. bus '.hut mudu U neces- llVmnre than very atienlty. wnil said MW. Bolloii, n linlw while I'll g'.vo iuir pillule. I've made sary f.irme lo go in mluice. "Vou liino abeiinlil'ill I'.irm. One of the finost in the tia.d JUr. llulpin. relumed ihe unhappy biilla.iccd mini, ever to sit down and mope on an unrequited patfeioi life, bud been piused i.moi f lit llie exception ol the live ler m.ir.-ni! life, wl icll had Ix-eli .snent elsev.'l'cre. ll was ihiriitij a brief visit she paid Mob.le, m wh.le ui her tuther's house, klic heard nl hci hufcbuiiil'ti dcalU. I never shall loijjel lliebhock toccusioned me, mine, for f-ulie, ivho I knew to be so urileiilly ultiiched lo him. Thru heals every woiiiid, and I knew, in Hie comn nn of tlnng8, she must have long since cuiibed tu grieve fur hor hiibbund'a '1'lie iiiiiioiii.eemenl al l.ial tliul flic was ujotit tn leiivi. Afoliile fin-ever, and st-ule in Ilio West, filled j ihe lurpo cncle of lier wilh ihe moat IIP- bounded us'.ouishiiient, Icuve the dear frit nds wliere fl'.i; li.vJ been so united, so caressed, I fur u lu.me in a strange fiom llie scenes i uflier chililhrxMl. might we all wonder. dalfrmined, with my husband's permission, to ask was ten-ibly tvgituled cost you over dollar tit durin.'tlie wl.olc interview, and when I j "A dollar! Hyjingo, it laiM mo gave liiui ,ny noVu to road, iho wrong m... so aid ihook like an isiiie fit. I j "lio Bevcral J tost you so the lloov in terrible at; "Wai, I'll tell you. In lie mo orico with thu conee.HraioJ ngouy ol 1 miss these lln: n life oMiiiiiian approach- I ciiliih nsc in one of them, nist most sin-mums nvsurc'iioesto the Dcmoc-, racy pi'lha "ortji lliai Lieu. Casa was tl wiliiinl proviso man, and from tin usiitiieiiucs jtist as pasilivo thai (jen. 11 pro-slavery niun. "Now 1 uivi nut "nod nt einiiinuoil ibo Kenlnokian, "hut iho .Michigan po.siiioti puls me in miiui ,'of a Vitlli1 circumstance whiuli luippcnuil "ll l in iny neighborhood in Konluckcy, tnmo lime ago, which niii.st icll you. You ull wli.itu (itiinia prc- vaiieii .i'Hiie yearn nil the Giilijoct of Diirliam calves, piga, Down Sheep. a neigh- bor by tho it-line nf Martin who was iineomnion L'inx'i'r ami an im- jiovtev ol lim1 htouU. t) 10 dny tho Doc- lor I.) gul iii-, horso nt neigli- Irir Ilini's tlii! livct! about two miles fro.n Ihu Kocloi'V; hollKC, Duclnr eoimnoiifjed talking ubixit his iK'.a.lii'u! Ifrrksliiri: and lolJ tha i bl.ieksniiih, in a lil ol that ho out ol the next liltc( in" Adu g.ivu her a of himself would comu tip to mo lo Mjincilimg ntmicr, the doctor callvd ul hich he said she must koup for her fnih. from hor. Tlicn iinnolhcr oitl I ask Bird ilml 'Su' er'.-i suke as well ;is his oivn her I lo tulic a ticket in the lull! i y. 'J lic'ii an- i r> to g, luthcr WOUlli IIIC tO III.'.' lo Sn Itml In'., mull Hull jver.il times, and bidding hi-.- farewell J other would bring me to tiiiruiluc-i! risked me to tukcitiuni with him on the i the prelliest girl in the room, mid btleony. she did '.lint, she would hint tltal 1 oitglit said ho, as iic ncrvcously to her n jirc.si'iil fur the intr idictiun. closed thu door, "years ago you passed j Then there wus the ministers the (iut of our separation. Vou know ought lo hnvu a present of SDIIIC kind, nntl plaoo n-fiuld jrjye tjini u lime yon ,Au> In ihe conthc of two months or such iv I he doctor called ul tlie .shop nnd had hid u gel Ilia n oil' with bin hiiiitel logct llic pig. Hclwoen itii'ds and Marlitrs Sam Smith. vi Jio was n ifrent qiiix, kept it little groce-. ry and Hob coining post basic on his horse, old with the bnft- !So I5in! posls illow if the cremu, "ih.i' I ui'timinc uiym'lt mucli plon- fiire in having jrtu'd iicighbiiri I Mrs. pin I've heard of in Ihe liirrhral ti-rius. n utitcr uf Judijo I'Hldwull, wilh whose t'umily wo were no inlimutc in lon." You inusl bu iu error thnt No. OnlJwell irfiMi jpokc mo nfoml her, und said that hud writ Im to hor utirr that we talked of bayinii this 1 never know .binbefore." UoRun. Did'ul you 1 thought. 1 hud mentioned il." ilsi true. Anil uiorcovrjr, Mrs. CuhlwcN luhl mo, bofore left. Ihnt she liml received u letter from iu'w'hicli >poke of uf, and in I in which nientionod thmt her hnibaud of- l-sat none of muttered j teu heurd you opokeu of by the Judge, pto- 1-. Then t'orvinjj ;t hia K'C: neighbor wilh choice young plum tree, in full blossom, neur your house thut only came intu bearing last year. I wu teiriblv vexed utwul it, uud rode, up tu re- moiistruie wilh him. Al iirsl hu difposed "Any thing in reoson, Dora, and which il is in my power lo perform, I will inosl willingly do.'' "IVill you promise not to hate me she con- eob'jEd. "Will you promiee by M ent lo ihs Indies, obtained a di- vorce from yourself, and married a Span- ish woman, who could not speak a word ol English. By my last marriapc I have Vou will of my .hat you w till duugliters iBti! himnelf pUswuie in yout sooioly .M r. JJollou pushed buck his chair from the table, w It wns kind in kind returned Mr. Bollon. He could say no less. Uul, oil 1 rebuked and ilinatisfied lie fc'.l. "About that right of vvnj he Ktammcred out, uftur brief puttly uvening lie >poke. Oh, we'll not speHk of that returned Mr, Halpin cheerfully. "Lel'i gel 'ii wiU Bald Mr. IXx, atlcr u l Ii jiaMrd lietwmn "tot hborly ti> take. I uw yunr mrci, a lilllo I'loMHf up tile iipcui from Hmlpin't." 4fr. BnlKHTi bruv> conflicted hfav- hM Of left vliB room, hear nnoilier word. "J. my hone ready, he an lie came into air. replied Ben. well. Bring him round." Are you going Bollon, com- ing to lha door, u led vip ihe hotie. 1 with In early, and to aiwl car- lie conld not beur to first." 1 Mr. They wert now at tho grate entering upon Mr. Bolton'i farm, and tha neighbor pushed it open and huld it lor Bolton to pus throujjli. Then, an il swung back on its lunges, he said, lunching hu recital of (jriefB. ".yind, yon proni'rae not interrupt said. "You will she continued, "that I was married early in life lu one, whom f more than idolized, and went LnuHtuia lo live, ll wae duriug the hut month of tlie five years I in that Stale, lhal the seeds of ray after nnhuppincM were eown. I young, Emily, and loo prone to put filth in all I aaw and licord. It hai only been loroujh tho lout two years of my close iiilirnacy wilh you, lhat I learned what a good wife should Ph, Emily, the precious that I hare cut from me and irainfiled in the be- cause I knew not theS v5oe Will you it my friend, that my husband is now ahre, and fhrt fnifixir nf n fami'K. in nne of the WeSl nir .iKiurr thr ran.1. And .IMton fprani: into llic ...j "Good day Mi. Bolton and I will coll over the faiher of n large family in one of tne vtry Ulis evening if nothing inter- India i It was ray she ferea to prevent. If we come we shall d-> with- as I was nboul u. mlrrrnpl her. "I lulcaat) to oiilanycCT.'niony. Make my compliment, if evil counfol. ann learned tr. dfttruB ray pl.-aff I'ulfii'' I l'" Une aftectiouate, kindly caress, would have Llid F risked, "go all; imagijioil "u Unrlisliiro to bo this I niMP hog, cxhih- sairl IIP. iied a very beautiful .spucimcti of jet "Ant! come home alive MacU pig. VPS, nnd Ilio girls that I An idea struck.S.-im Smith in play alter I made each of them a nice presonl j on Hob. and knowing propensity to went off wilh two other r-llows. Dimi imbibe, lolrl him to go iu tho sewing societies clorn.-illv ilurn get a ilrain. While Hub vrnt gnno, Sun tvcry-j Smith ran round the pack of the hoiwo and Why trial's f got n little hlnck pup niph about tho Mmo your eternally thing I seven dollars out! been so little to him, and a precious moi'e'n I've spenl since I cum fnnn hum, hcfl, and took vhe [tig out of the basket remembrance to me Jluy be, this is what men cull retribution." Slowly u'e pursued our way homeward and I ceased to wonder at those eccen- tricities in my friend, which forced the comments of so many. Dora Hammers, ley left Mobile fix years sincc.and in ihe West. Her daughter, as every- body tells me, is worthy of her mother- has married well, moves with her mother among first womctiof the na- lion. poor Printer. altogether. What would my folks say if they knew it V And thus lie went on until I fell ns-lccp. All tl'C rest of the wcelf he full too put tho pup in ...__, i When Hob cnmfl out nticr, Sain Sfnilh him ir) off he went. On trriring poor to eat his regular, or to sleep had got the pig- f mountprf the basket, nnr) at home ihe bhcksmilh onked him i( So Vex, Btx) a ihls. Gold is qf Purl" ty not lubjact to all and yet the bert drow. ex not that thol no feulu. I like him well thai hath but n few, qpd not Hilt. Ill (Ml t T rv fine pig he saW Bob, lifting vp the cover; "black as a when W uitcr of Bob, and Bird, lav a littlo black pttrly puppy- that 1" asked lha in re asl t: "Why it is a mip, not a Rurkthirc pi amazement; "Why it i. a not pi "Blest do ct'd I put hirt) in do bisket, but he saWPifi!   

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