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   Mauston Star, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1860, Mauston, Wisconsin                             C TERMS IN ADVANCE, WESTWARD THE "STAR" OF PROMISE LEADS THE WAY! IF: NOT PAID IN 3 MONTHS, VOL. a .IVTA-USTON, JUNEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1860. NO. MAUSTON STAR. IVELIBHED EYSKY WEDNESDAY MOUSING AT MAUSTOK, WI3QNSIN, By-B. B. STEVENS, CAMPBELL BKO., OLD STORE. Terms of Subscripioa and Advertising, One copy one i' paid wi chin three inontlisSl ,50 Otherwise, _2, One eol'ni per year i Business Carets Half 25.00 I .One sqnaK (12 Jy.'OO lines one insertion 75 Each subsequent do 25 Halt ijuar'ter, r-JO. 81, Of Free aud Accepted Masons. REGULAR Lod-o Meet second _and last i" each month, nt their .Lodge room, in Field'; All brothers of tae or- derating ourpiaoea L. JOHXSOX. Secretary. NO. 116, IndstienSsiit Order of Good Templsrs. Tlirsiodtce mee.s every Friday evenin Templars' in this village. memb-n-s of the order visiiir.s; this place at KELLOGG, at Ail at that YVM. THE LITTLE SJLBEPEK. She sleeps, Init the soft breath 2so longer stir? her golden hair The robber haad of death Has stolen thither unaware The lovely edifice Is still as beautiful and fair, But mournfully we missed The gentle habitant that sojourned there. With stealthy pace he crept, To the guest-chamber where it That slept, And whjspered.it to come away He broke the fairy lute That light with laughter used to play, And left all dull and mute The silver strings that tinkled forth so gay. Then with his finger cold He shut the glaciug windows too With i'ringo of drooping gold, Ho darkened the panes of blue. Sheer from the marUe floor He swept the flowers of crimson hue lie closed the ivory door, And o'er the porch tlie rosy curtains drew. The angel-guest is gone. Upon the spoiler's dark, wing borne Theroud shejourneys on Wends evermore, without return To ruin and decay The fairy palace now must turn. For the sun's early ray Upon its wr.lls and windows .--hull not play. Xur light its golden roof to morrow morn. the comprehension of it. When she had finished confessing, with much shame, blushes and tears, how far her affections had been engaged, he was silent, and when ho spoke, it was with a low, grave voice. "There is no'doubt, my child, but her whole interests given to the wrong- ed claimant. It was nne of the ablest of counsels who skillfully developed engagement has only been announced.' "Not married said Marian. "I thought you were married when you the foun'dation on which his client stood together by the seat at the wat- ed his claims and when he had fin- ished his narative he called on a junior counsel, sitting beside him to produce that you have been greviously sinned the witnesses to his assertions and ex- against. But that is hardly the ques- tion now. It is not for you to moas- amin them. Marian had been so absorbed in all ure out the punishment for such gross the speaker -who .had just sat down betrayal of your best and noblest affee-1 had been saying, and had kept her tions leave that to Him who judgeth j eyes so constantly fixed on him that erfall the evening before you left us." "Whom do you mean, my next night they- were initiated for the first time into the delights of a series of revolving views, though they hardly forgave the showman for trying to make them believe that, there were really in the world mountains higher "MR. FOWLER HIS JFAMULY, The New York correspondent of tne- Philadelphia Sunday DespatcJi, says the great moral disturbance of the weak in this quarter, has boon the defalca- tion and flight of Postmaster Fowler. love? That was Svdnev. my brother than Cadir Iris, and waterfalls even The. newspapers have Deluged you with T so much intelligence, on this subject, feydney, the barrister. You did not more magnificent than the Lynn of tiiat lt would be a "thrice told. tale" suppose that I was married to my own brother, "Your brother, said Mari- an as the blood forsook her chocks, brother Sydney Carewe! How more righteously than we can over hope I she had not noticed the young man j can he be your brother? to do. own words this afternoon -sitting close behind him, who now rose "Yes Sydney Myrtoun tell you what remains for you to do. Ito perform his part in the duties of j He has only taken that last name with- Can you fathom the causes of the cir-j tne day. At tbe'arst sound of his voice cumstances which led on such a cli-.' Marian started. She looked at him, mas of deceit; can you comprehend she could not be deceived. Yes, those all the motives which induceed were the deep, searching eyes, those Do you know yourself how you would i the deep tones, that the broad fore- have acted in a similar situation Has head, which enabled her, despite the was when I told yen so. It was to it conduced to your happiness or not, barrister's white wig, to recognise him j Paris he had gone to esamin a witness to nurse such feelings of resentment', in an instant. It was Mr. Robert living there." and pride in your heart? The very i Smith, or rather the person aha had fact of your unhappy state of mind j known under that name Farmer's Exchange. GEO. HeCArSEKTY, Proprietor, COSSEK 6F 5TATZ AND UNION STREETS, WIS.. MA USTOX, r THIS well house having been re- J centre-feted and re-furnished, tie L Proprietor takes pleasure in assuring the -UjalMLProprietor taues pieatuie public that he is now prepared to fur- evervco'.mort. tv-rmau and beast that car. bo ieVn-ed 'One tl, Biticeen I'ortfje desired and Crowe, attm-ltcrl. KOUSS3. ChiB well known House i? well fcrmMiea. and fit-, d up in proper order for the ccm'.crts ot tr.e traveling ...id the pvoi-netor flnttei-3 himself thit can cive fatkiacf.on to all wno may make it their abiuir.g pUiee tor a longci or shorter time. Passengers carried to and ft-otn die ear; free of charge. DUDLEY LITTLE. Proprietor; Maustcn. Junc-au Co., From the Olive Branch. MARIAN LLEWELLYN, BY J. C. B. CHAPTER VI. The Sunday after this conversation had taken place, about throo weeks after Mr. Smith had left Llanfylin, i Marian was teaching in the Sunday in' the last few weeks, with some prop- erty he inboirited from an uncle." "But you told me he was in France, Graeie, only a day.or two before." Llanfylin. INALIENABLE wo- man has a right to bs any age she pleases, for if she would state he-r real age no one would believe her. Every man has a right to were a mustache who can. Every wotnarrwho makes a perfect rig'at to believe that she can make a better pudding than any other woman in the man who carves, has a decided right to think of himself by putting a few of the best bits aside, .Every "So he was, or rather I thought he! woman has a right to think her child -r -i f-.hp litt.lf haVin in world 'Let her sit said Mr. "Wat- kyns "it is to much for her." should have told you how wrong you j Her heart beat almost "Marian, dear, sweet Marian, say were. No one is unhappy who walks For a moment she seemed to gasp for you forgive implored Gacie, with a simple, humble heart, trusting breath. By a strong effort of will she j bonding over her friend, now lying on in heaven Ob, Marian, where was repressed all emotion, and-sat intently sofa. "See, here is one come to your care for your own soul when you j listening for she felt, she knew not pjeaci ujs own cause." fed it with such bitter food, tbe very I why, that she was about to learn sdnio- as ber eyes gradualy opened the "prottiest little babe in the world, and it would be the greatest folly to deny her this right, for she would be sure to take it. Every young lady has a right to faint when she pleases, if her lover is by her side to catch her. apples of the Dead Sea You have indeed laid your soul in dust and ashes j instead of elevating it by a noble hu- manity to Him who saw fib to send you such a trial. thing which would throw a light on to coneiousncss> rose from the cushions much that was unexplained in the past. on Tbioh thcv had laid her. '-en. aighing_ aspirants for "her A RISKY WAY TO GET A young, beautiful and wealthy lady, widow of a French officer who lost his life at the assault of the Ma'lakoff, has chosen a second husband, after a some- what eccentric fashion, arising either from a martial disposition, on the dif- ficulty of a selection between no less As: he proceeded with the examination of the witnesses with a clearness, a straight-forwardness, a conciousness the imploring eyes of Sydney Myrtoun who was kneeling beside her she put out her hand to him with undis Marian bowed her Lend on her that seemed to carry conviction with it, j emotion, not lessened with the 1 t T tl TT 1 I hands school. One of her oldest and best scholars .had just been confessing to her the ill-will and pride, she felt to- i continued ward ono of her companions for a very great injury she had recieved from her. Marian of course spoke to her till it nearly touched her knees, j she understood it all. He it was who j passjnate ]jisc 735, tremblinc with deep emotion. down in that remote corner of Wales, ed ;t_ cs with whiuh he cover- She was, trembling with deep "Can yon not forgive, j had found witnesses, had searched rcg- Mr. Watkyns, you would be forgiven "even left no stone unturned to Oh, yes trace out the truth to which he had yes V she cric-1, sinking tae very slightest of clues. This was on her knees and clasping her hands j the reason for his close disguise with- hand. Madame invited the ten gen- tlemen to breakfast, at her country villa, and, having thus united her sui- tors, informed- them that she would unite herself to the one of them that would consent to hold in his hand, a watch for her to fire at and break, with a pistol, at twenty paces. Nine Sydney knew of my engagement of the party didn't care to run the to Henry Leighton." continued Graeie I risk exacted by this female Travis, but i the tenth, a young merchant, coura- "an engagement we had not aared to- speak of to papa and mamma, because j his name was under such a stain. It for me to go into the details of the astounding for Fowler wag, perhaps if not the. at least one of tJie most popular men in the city, and hia ruin did astound the whole of us. Ho is a well-built, mauly look- ing with a fluency of speech and .a suvity of. manner quite irrepres- sible. He dressed with exquisit taste is kind hearted to.a remarkable is one; of the most.generous.beings you ever met, and certainly the least selfish of all human creatures. He was every- body's and seemed to be per- fectly reckless as regarded his own in- terests, provided he could serve those of other if tboie other people were politicians. Fowler's ambition seemei.t.o bo to enjoy the universal good opinion, to wield authority and influence, and to live a Prince, anil see bis associa- tes made happy through his intrumen- tality. For several yeais his rooma at the New York Hotel have been the focus of political sentiment, for they were open to all, and champagne and cigars were as plenty as at a ban- quet. No matter who you were, if you dabbled in politics you had only to choose between the "green seal" and the "gold seal" for a beverage, and the Havanas were unimpeachable'. His weekly bills at the hotel must have been enormous. Then again he was Grand Sachem at Tammany; and as he was always lavish of his contri- butions, he was at tbe head, besides jeing the soul and two-thirds of the- oody of many other political organiza- tions. In this manner he squandered A. T. at Law and Gent-nil Lnnd Agent. 'liillfbovou.ih, A Dted Lar.d Contracts, etc., always on hxnd. t.iKi ov.t at fhort notice. [3-47-ti] __ __ _ -.11 together. "Pardon mo. oh my Father, out that precaution.his opponent, who Wa3 for my ]0ve that Sydney under- about it, and used an 0 _ I nil nf nrn- _ ___ __j____ very sen the arguments she could think of f0 my bitter pride, and forgive me as was narrowly watching all of his pro- took to rcmove that stain, and came have found him out, down bcre on information that Henry tior.icv and Counselor at and Solicitor in :br the payment 01 taxes, in the Juntim, ami tor the Collection of Ofiee Lisbon, Juneau Conr.ty, 0 f .t I forgive them with my whole heart." 1 ceecungs, wouiw naso :ounu mm uui, down hcre on information that Henry prove how simul u, was to Watkyng bis on beP and circumvented everything he did, j gave bim. j. not know that he was mirsosuch win forgive i the very moment that lie discovered !.here so secret was his movements, or I creature, an w-ao irvjurv vie i phild he said, "vour sin that he was actually in Wales on the Sh0uld never have come to you, so fear- selves by following such a line of con- Juu> U1J <-.ua u, j duet. GiiORGSA HOUSE. XB LISBON, K-ISCOXSIX. General Since ofTice, at this Omnibuses runmiie tu iroui the SlUU'A.M 6i We are so little able" she said, to judge, of the feelings and motives to fulfill the con- dition imposed. Madame C. loaded her pistol forthwith, and stepped into the garden, followed by the company. The twenty paces were carefully meas- ured, the mercantile hero pulled out his watch, gallantly refusing one not much larger than a frano, offered by the lady, and fearlessly assumed his place. The Amazon took deliberate aim, and fired, bang went the pistol, and down went the watch, pierced to the cap. The gentleman unharmed terness of spirit. Now listen to me, j that her spirit was so much softened ho wag as much sul.prised as myself, ty the_ adventure, has married'the you, my against Him, if you do ir.ueed feel j very last spot he could bave wished j fui should I have been of defeating sorry for it and fall no more into bit- i him to visit. It was well for Marian an j when I met him here, !___.. n. -i which prompt tho actions of others to- j Marian, my own Convc-yar.cer and ruMic. Alro, for the Siin-nra 1'iro Company, xn. X. couuty. VVif. 2a-t. Attornev Rt La-v aivl Ju.--.ice of the Peace. 31au.-ror., Junean County. V.'keonsm. 11 ti. S. PHV3ICIAX AKD SL-RGEOS, MAVSTON. W1SCOXSIS. OiEcs at the Juneau Cyunty Drug Store. wards us, so liable to niisunc" everything but our own feelings, and even often do we not misun- derstand them? Is it not oftener re- dariing he j that she could listen to all the details and jittiG time had we to decide what dersUnd continued, raising her tenderly "for i which brought out these facts. No j begt bc Cion0i and so his disguise was rich widow, and piece. tlme like a dear child you have been to me longer feeling any resentment towards kcpt Up  fa L i 1 J DO 'ing over the past and endangering a "Who is the young barrister, asii- who so ekillfulh" ney- as ourselves, we who offend Him far Attorney at Law. and General Land Agent Now iiisbon, Juiieau County Wisconsin. oftener than others offend us and He also sees our motives, sees how will- fully we sin. against Him As these words left Marian's lips, her heart smoto her. A hot flush passed over her face, which as quick- Iv became as pale as dfiath. The words of her own mouth condemned her. In an instant she saw her fel- low creature, as he stood before her confessing his sin, eueing for pardon, and rose relapse." And so, when Marian arrived in town, at the Iiouse of her friend, she was already happier and in brighter spirits than she had been for a long time. CHAPTER VII., cd a gentleman, unraveled this clue 1 "His name is Sydney re- has taken that name with it. would not hove been here to-day but i ilauston >s. W. FIELD, Court Commissioner and Justice of ths Peace for Janciia County, Wis.; will promptly attend to all business entrusted to his care. References- J. R. Bcn-.iett, Esq., Jancsville W. .N. Woodruff, Chicago; Biiss Spear, La Croise; A. Cady, R. Masters, Jeii'ersou; fi. Jarvb, Newport. M. M. MAUGHS. There was certainly not much going the very great friendship he bears on in London at that season of the j Henry Leighton. It was no com- mon interest which made bim so persa- in his researches." Marian had not regained quit so year still there was much for Marian to see on this her first visit to she would have She had already written to her aunt I i you bad not forbidden me to appear in mfnating in a dark cellar, why do you not go out in the open air and warm sunshine, and add lastre to your eyes, bloom to your checks, elasticity to your steps, and vigor to your forms'? Take morning exercise, let loose your corset strings, and run up the hill for a wager, and down again for. fun roam the fields, climb the fences, leap the ditches, wade the brooks, row the boat, and after a day of exhilarating exercise and unrestrained liberty, go home with an appetite acquired by healthy enjoyment. The blooming and beautifiil young and bright eyed who can darn a stocking, mend her own frocks, com- mand a regiment of pots and kettles, feed the pigs, milk the cows, and be a lady when required, is the girl young But Sydney had no need of any ad- vocate in his favor. Nest afternoon he and Marian stood by tbe seat at the waterfall. This time it was her head which rested on his shoulder his arm plied Mrs Meredith. "I hear ho has 1 i was around her waist, and tuere on just succeeded to a large fortune, and tne vcry 8Pot suffered I so much, her heart throbbed with a happiness to great for words. leaves wore off the the ground was covered with snow but the Christmas robin hopped about of the back of the chair she had been sitting on. Her scholars were alarm- ed, but she told them it was nothing, she would go out into the open It was the heat affected her. When Mr. Watkyns heard she had j left the school-room fainting he follow- Ltumber Manufacturer, at Mangos' Mills. All i ed her out. He saw her sitting in the ouu CUIIWH.V., friend had to show her. The day carry off the young barrister with her from to twin-, bis glowing crimson men are in quest of for a wife. But i i vour pining, screwed-up', wasp-waistec not so bngbt a speck agamst the wh.te underground, as those two warm and happy hearts, in the bare and wintry was at last fixed for her return. She had been more than two months dinner. Mr. Leighton, however, scene around them. _______ _, kinds ol'Piue Lumber constantly ou hand at T market rice. ch an eel of the church into which the school-room opened, He went up to her, and found her with her face hid :st market prie- illusion, May 13, .LSD was to dine with them, and she con- The wedding was very quiet. Gra- O h a fl tlGPR IJJUl'U bilitii u w IIIULHJU o j L and year was drawing tnved to escape to her room, where cie Myrtoun, of course was first bndes- London, and tne j ear was drawing _ lnnrKnCT faHo-n> from Lmrrhton best man. close. She thought it was time she remained pleading fatigue Horn in to a now for her to be at home again, to the heat and excitement, as an excuse uvj ivjt resume all her home duties, to see all! appearing that evening, She JOHN W0053LOCK, Surveyor and Civil Engineer and Land j h weopino- bitterly. JiuieMi Co. n iscouein. All bu.si- j I o _ J intrusted to my care vrii! bo promptly at- tev.ued to. FKEZxCH BllO'5 Co., Wholesale dealers in foreign and domestic Dry Uood.-. Yankee 142, East Wa- ter Street Milwaukee. LE FEVKB, GREENE CO. Wholesale and retail dealers in Foreign and Do- mestic Hardware and Agricultural implements, No. 81 East Water -Street, opposite Wisconsin Leather Co. Milwaukee SVis. Howard Association, ...PHILADELPHIA- A Beiiei'oleiit institution established by special en- the relief of the ecd, affli'cted with Virulent and Efiide fur ike Cure of "Marian, my said the good old man, taking her hands away from her face "it is time that you should those who depended on her presence for their comfort and happiness. A few days before that fixed for her return, Mrs, Meredith said to her at breakfast, "I want you to eorno painful in the past. maid, and Henry Leighton best man. Mrs. Myrtoun was there, and pressed the hand of ber old friend Miss Llewel- lyn with a cordial grasp when that la- connected with so much that had been with me, Marian dear I want verv much to be present at a trial which is- tell m9 what it is that troubles you so particularly interesting to me, as the interest of a very dear friend, a cousin to tell her aunt. The next evening but one slie was driving up the avenue which led to her own door. How much she would have MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon! to all who apply by letter a, description of their condition, (age, oc- cupation, habits of life. .and iu cases- of ex- treme poverty, Medicines furnished free of charge. VALUABLE REPORTS on -Spermatorrhccr ?d" ths Sexual Organs, and on iSe :JJE W REMEDIES "employed to the afflicted in sealed letter envel- opes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps postage will b'e acceptable; postage will b'e accepta' Address, DlC J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON Acting SuEgoon, Howard No. 2 South' Hinth Pa. By order the Director's'.. EZSA D. HE ART WELL. JAIRCHILD. .Secretary. heir-at-law on He is claims. It comes on to day, sooner sorely. Y.ou are not right to hide it from me, your oldest friend from me of mine, are dependent on the issue. who am ao well disposed to judge you He is trying to recover an estate with- lightly, to advise you so held from him by heir-a" Have I over failed you when you have account of his illegitimacy. sought prepared, however to prove bis just "Oh, pardon me, my revered friend I have boon proud, rebellious, and have rejected your aid, your sympathy. Oh, if you knew everything "Then tell me all, Marian, my child here, in this holy house, is the most fitting place to disclose the sorrow which seems to prey on your very heart. As Marian, proceeded in the nar- Her heart was full of it. dy entered the room with the beauti- i strings, and breath in tho pure atmos- 3 and become something as good s nature designed, wanted to be alone she had not re- covered from the shock it had been to her to see again so suddenly a person M bride. Mrs. Meredith, too came; down from London, and Marian's faith-' ful friend and monitor.the gray-haired Mr. Watkyns, had tears in bis eyes as he performed the marriage ceremony for the pure and noble-hearted girl, on whose infant brow he had placed the holy sign of baptism. But if the re- joicings in the houso were not very demonstrative, there was plenty of beef and ale in the village, where Nelly doll-faced, consumption-mortgaged, music-murdering, and novel-devouring daughters of fashion and are no more fit for matrimony than a pullet ia to take charge of a brood of fourteen chickens. The truth is, my dear girls, you want less fashionable restraint and more liberty of action more kitchen and less parlor; more leg exercis and less sofa more pudding and less piauo more frankness and less mock modesty. Loosen your waist money without the first idea of its value and it not demand a long, period, with such wide gaping sources of exodus, for the most capable of re- sources to exhaust itself. Fowler's father was President, I think, of the Highland Bank, or some: other important officer in that institu- tion.; He was a similarly dashing, gay and exuberant gentleman. He became a victim of a- defalcation to a heavy amount and committed suicide in his mortification'. His son, our lats P. M. inherited bis sire's love of a brilliant existanee, and spent a patrimony of in his first dash at social ei- perienee. He next spent a hundred thousand for his mother, when she wisely cut off his supply. His third application was through tbe funds of the post office and I suppose his de- ffioit there will reach hundred and! eighty thousand. Besides this, he ex- pended much money that he was-con- stantly making ia successful specula- tions, and lost much in hosts of unfor- tunate ones, for he was dabbling in enterprises of the dazzling and despe- rate kind. He made fifty thousand dollars ire three days, in the purchase and sale of lots on Staten Island, but it did not last him over a week and lam afraid that bad-he been favored with a mil. ion a month, he could have squander- ed it all, with the the greatest ease, elegance and nonchalance imaginable. This spirit of careless profusion nee- essarilly won Fowler many Evervbbdy liked him, and hence every- bis misfortune. I doubt that anybody would venture to arrest him Marshal Kynders may pretend to try as much as he pleases but it is my impression that he could lay his hand upon him at any moment if he thought proper. He don't think prop- er, and therein shows his sagacity for, if be did venture to do his duty in the case, the hiss of the popular sentiment would ring in his ears liko that of a serpent, and he would be in- How great was her surprise to be received with open arms by Q-racie Myrtoun, whose smiling eyes filled with tears as Marian, yielding to the generous impulse of her nature, folded than I expected. Will you go You j her heart, have never seen our courts-of justice, continentaly perditioned among every class of his political confreres. Ryn- ders has no charieter to spare, political or otherwise. He will therefore no such thing. As for Fowler having committed, suicide, I can't believe it. Nor do I believe that he has left the country. He is emphatically in the i "hands of his who would [find very little difficulty in paying-up. ,-r, T I his deficit, provided Uncle Sam would BAENUMS a j r au criminal recent speech at bis Museum, m 3Sew And to "this complexion" York, the resuscitated Barnum made at if the govern. the following handsome allusion to his menj. degire to recover anything more wifo than its mere securities. Poor Fowler! In the days of my prosperity 1 made j js indeed the characteristic of a- over to my wife much valuable proper- j ty, including a this Museum lease having about twenty- two years to run, ana enhanced in valua to more than double its original' I am sure you will be interested.' yes returned Marian, "I ail will go with pleasure. It is of things' what I should like best to be present at." The trial was already begun when Marian and her friend entered the erable old man bowed his head in an attitude of fixed attention, as if the tale she told him, strung his heart to they could distinctly hear all that pass- ed. Marian's attention was soon deep- ly engrossed in the proceedings, and "Oh Marian, you forgivo me then for having deceived you, my own sweet Marian "Dear, dear Gracio, you have in- deed reason to be proud of your hus- band. You cau not think how noble he looked as he fisad his searching -I J VU-lUiJ IJJUi U- IJlJrtrll UUULHC J.k.0 vi Jenkyns danced till she was tired, ana j worth> j sold tbe Museum .collection, had nearly forgotten to carry Bran his to Greenwood Butler, sub- supper, although she had volunteered jjeot to my wife's interest in the lease, M-irian was and she has received more thau to attend upon him while iuarian waa ___ __. v to attend upon away. Two ontbs in Paris I can't think what they can have gone there she said; "as.if there was any- thing better to be seen than wo have an opinion loudly echoed an eyes on the witnesses. Now you will hour afterwards by all present, aa they gazed with ecstacy on a shower of fireworks which had been brought indeed acknowledge your marriage in the face of tho world." "But we are not married yet, dear Marian'" 000 over and above the sum paid to the owners of the building. 'Instead of selfishly applying, this amount to private purposes, my family lived..with a due regard, to and the savings, (strictly belonging to my wife) were devoted to buying in, portions'of my. estate at-the assignee' sales, and to purchasing "clock my endorsements. The Christian name of ray wife is Chanty. well .ack: nowledge, therefore, .that I. am T i i. _ t____r if not 'but vDU, down from town; and still more loud- oniy-a pr0per "subject of said Gracie, smiling, "our ly did they reiterate that opinion when that "without Charity I am nothing. 'gay fellow HB NO Mt; negro in Ken- tucky not long since, Had accidentally inflietedF a wound on his foot, was like- ly to' prove fatal for want of care. A person asked him why' he did not bini it'iip. and was no my foot, he be Massa's foot. If waut.him well he may. cure heself. .-B. F. GBAT, residing.in Mad- ison County, N..C., is reported have expended in purchas- ing lottery tickets. TEN can sleep tranquilly, upon a. mat; but two kings cant live- at ease in one quarter .'of the world. RBSWSC'T yourself bj exhibiting good' manue'rs'to 'otEers.   

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