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   Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1859, Waupun, Wisconsin                               TUB WilPO TIMES, An Independent Republican Newspaper, tVYut'-.l l" nii't UciuTiil ami upva tin- of I'ulllieul iillil (SI'UUUSIIK.t. r.VKUV M KO.VK-DAY .MOUSING, AT j H. BrinkoihofT, Publiuher A Proprietor. THE TIMES. J. II. JtlllAKlJItllOl-'r, aiul 1'ropi'ielor. IX, AND Per Aunum, lit Advance. I.DU.IH nil. M. VOLUME ol Advertising. WAUPUN, WIS.: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1859. NUMBER 23, i-.'lim "I "ii.- jfiir. "lutuii, .1110 year, rr.; I- lin-1" ulie >'i'nr, wi-.-k, i ..ii'x.-.iMi.nt In.prtton. (in- 1 :iu UO 01) t'J UD J Ml 371-J r, S 00 O, Plodge Me Not with Wine. r.f jM.-'it K. iii-Nt. :ir 1 >vc! l.y .tir.-vtlonl, .-.I until f..rM.I. iin.l l.'iilv.i'lvrrlMi-r. iin, oiiiDlu-.l tl.i'U U-irilliiintF Uua- iiitv.-i iiiiitl (.iil'l In c in ..i..f.-i r.i- ii.li.-rii-ii'U "'I' i-i-li'l'-i-'-l tiii-irl-rly. i-l. i ti-.-i." I until j.ni, 1 I. O. O. Airrllns of inl.l :it O.M 'jl ii j IIKWHT, it.s. 1 o. o. r. fi.'iillrj ll. 7 r.-'.l-.-A-' ll.ill. Mill" rtvrt-t. IIKWITT. s. 9, ,-ii. .it (Mil I. O. fi. T. ivi'.i.coMr. v I II..1 I.. It. tliiu- 0, Ill" li'-: witli u-liif. i HliviiiU frolnit. ni uliiiv. A ml ii .l-.'iiluy int.. My lilu- .mow. M-it iviih wiun ili-.ir l.ivu! IIH ul' CMIII unit .if ii 0. in.- nut u-ttli ivtin-, ilour love t 1 .iilvi-rtvlili Icy ilri-.-ul! K.i.-t, tu in-i-n Mnml 'lli.it liHTuivtiil i-yi--, h.ivu t luivo a In ,t nivn.v riMli'l- Ilii-ilu-t "f yvurt. mi [t....... ii.nr li'-art will break, l.iki- ii miiiiim-r i-lvu.l HI IMI-J: iin-t u -tnriii ,.f :iut moil .tli''--t A l.i .u 1111- i.r i mult -v 'Jli'.l nil" II. Il.it ll-i Unit ,-lllli I', till' liltv-ll I.UK I VI.1 Ull.l uitll I'ltli ,1 IIII-, il ll.iiill.K I..... l.oi iu On-iiuul mul A .l.'.'.l. ivitli 1.. l, ill; Ami lii-l- Ill-Ill-, hull r.itli'll l-i.-in ii I'ul.y1.. ivii.v.u lot in. bore witness, he drugged hiniv.-if along to a post, and Iried to raise- himself by it> means, lie hard with death, in vain. The co d %v is curdling his blood, and lite was first departing. At be j-avu up. and stretched hi.iiself out lo die. 1-Vrhaps he cn'led for help; but the. call was hot in the wliislliiiij winds. Perhaps he thought of the luved ones tie Inul lo.st, nnd wept an tear Peiliiips lliolHjhl on his God, and prayed. At early dawn, a young man, passing down llio ulreot, saw the prcsirnte form, and jjitvt! the alarm. Speechless, but slill alivo ho was lying viih his eyes wide open, upwards sis if into the world j to c me. He was carried into a whose Very door he had lain a.I time. As ihev him towards u he m.ide :i feebio tUm. out hid li.-iinl to.v.ii-'l it. nii.l dli d pockul c TlinKK CK.vj'.s, AM) u-.rn.i-: .'I-' in M. l 'Ihe. coroner cullud together his jnn, 'ami niiide inquisition in iho case 'J'lie rrs, leo.-il and who were The Diamond Breast-Pin. Hiakcly is the of H (class. nil of tin-in rob banks, or de- It will cost two hundred tlollars. I'umd iheir finployera. Hut all of them, Miitl B'nkelv lo his in .support idle, extravuuant wives, ami proud, and ext wife. The t.'iie co.siiy stly me oinpHri- iu which he said this, showed that her i Iheir tne.'ins- i I Unu-v it will irli iwo l.iindri'il dol ars for iijeml t-i pay Ihoir just qucal had Mi. tint mi diaiucnd Mrs. Hlalit-ly's voice was half Mary diii- iiionds cosl over n thousand Just one lliotisiiiuls dollars more her hu.sbiiiid could nfl'oicl l.o pay for Mr. lihilielv. and wild fiul in A modern younir lady. i-d- iiciited, and with inedorn notions of stylo, l'a.shion and domestic is alto- iiether an iiiiielo for n youiti.' m.-in of small nso t'is a moderalu sulitry. .1 pins rich nml luces, rose- furniture, s.i.v, .seven, or nine lie's the best judge of llmt, I presume.'I "ix, -seven, eiylit or nine retorted bis wile. I'lundn-d tb.lli.r houses. balls. Ail i.............i.lni-l.-l I-- ll..-ir.-.i, .e'.-Hi..... 111 I.. Ml.'rin-V HI.'I !lt I.ai I'l.i.u.- I-..II.-, tin H'. A i: N I1'-V ;...i: -a rltitr. (nuso tu.tn lior tin 'llii-. ii lalilniviiy t ii.1.-i- -Sit't .-I .Mars: i f.l nill" t'.luo l.il." li.- "f Ni.inry M. ir... A I. A .I'.ii', Hi- tlir-.M.il K.I-II....... ut knowing anything of iho nut summoned to tliu ami litriutly intcrrogali-d lull llu-y iniioc'cnt us l.-inibs. Nnnu would iniinii, U'Vi'ii wlioii nndur oiilh, Una lliry s .Iii I liitn liiiuur lliu pruvintis uviNiin-; it i witli d.llieuUy tluit soiut; could In- lo ri'Ci'llcut tliiit llit-y evuu sei-ti i iiiui l'i-r sotno Tliu verdict, of uuuiso. Uol .'o bt'VOljd till! facts Icifitllv I Tliu couimuiiUy in. general Li, iniii. .ill.V I.OV.'TII. Sntin'i A" True Story, n i: v f. T c it A x E. much [lily for the friendle.ts .strut.jfer, and ilicy jjiivo his lemains dicent biirial Quite a number assembled in the. Mo.ho church, al his luneral, and a sermon i was pruacheU from the it, lint tlitti signify. I cannot do yon do with your inmicy my Ttiu -iiini: wife ivirnoil sharply np'n; l, iii.il t.-ilhi'i1 reply. Hut thi.s innbli' liarlies. and Newi i '.iiu is i and in i they must A irirl have ri.-.spoct for uur if you liain'i no re.-pcct our Milker." If tins hoosier bad been atruck with thunder and liglrniiig, couMti'l biten more- coiiiplelely tuck aback. II, shut bis mouth right in the middle of v.lini bo was sayinir, ami looked at the pivitchur. while his got as rud us Ure. says old gentlon-Hn. a terrible bad pttietiec, and tbere ain't n- use in il, no how. Tim Bible not and I s'pose you know ibe Coin- niandmonts about, swvurini: The old lady fort of brightened up. The pri-nclii-r wns her duck of n mail. HIK! nil) with and wise Iwvtmd vtlimt iswrhlcn." long been considered a crime, nhliokgh t-et down as such in the shows this np in true ia Auld and Kew Light." "In tlioiw tim.t tht-r tboo jbt lihi'A irtik. ,ir .-hoon. Worn IIT lill li'r lo't non pwt their And v n-, Thry gmt acw It nrur iu tholr doubt it, Till thKln got It. JIM It wranc An" uiucklo iliu tbcrr xbuut ll, Some wwl Won -I nill.l Mtkf llim  Tli Tll.it liir.k tlir.v U-tvr v le i Tlian tli-i The man who ft-II into a deep re .vtis drnwii out b.-i.llv lunt. stealing in the second sausajes. lie not clamorous, in dispute, but itijnru tliart our ft. by iininluiiiir low.irds llu'iti. fur ,iwn livinii iis ii livelier or wilh tl .f fashion; and a only imiiis'rv In nr I upon f .r dy arousid heran-erand made her mure! of l-uiu-tlliw unri pui.sisienl. O, very said her too 'yielding husband ut last, uo to Camfield's to mor- row iii.d u'el the pin. Tell him In send in the ace -ni't on tho iir.st of J.murry iind il will bo paid. Mrs. Hlakclv wns in earm-sU. Tiu-ie wns in'l one of her fa.shioiiabl" iicc'liain- bui hiid a iliumoiid rin-j; or brt-asl pi.....ntl unlil she was ihe nwner nf or bulb, she cuuld no bold up her head in socielv- Her hu.ihand wasri-o-iv ini; tclh r in a ba'ik, at salaiv of fifteen hundred dollars per when he un- b'Ult' a yi'iir bufor. lu post, n: i ml S'line people don't b'liovo llio And ibi'ii ho went on lo pruauh H lar Mriii'in nnd to quuit- like he bad tlio whole Bible by In i he course of IIN argument, lit- cess in life, is a to-I to marry .-my r. jundcrlmk to prove the Soriplurv t.> Useful iudiistiy ii --dwjiv liiinrritblc. anil jlru--, and lold n.s nil nbi.ut the HIII! of sex mikud no diifjiunce in ph. cies, antl l! eir Instilment. 'J'liw nl.l wnh ll'.ec.nie look a p.-iri in llie The Hoosier and the Salt Pile. I'm says D.m, as he knocked a.ilii-s from his iis In: sal. in l s-roill crowd over H g'luss of.sherry, lit innrneil, wniuli was i and he still ,-vcupied the s-iimo ine iint1. l''ui' his position, he. hai u's. New Vmk, one ovt-nini I'm let off a few "umxih. nh'. bui In- diiiny" kept sLiuly, he tippeat'eu '.v> be eovi- ed I savs the rireiiclicr, "that Cc i 'n ilr.-nv mil :i man s viriu.'o oO lui.v u .'real ninny le swear willi- ul thii.Kiii, I J the ami winch cover? -.IHVO. iu will credit in your udoru but bocb i" your will verve T' c individual who stood on own responsibility' is to W inJicicd for manslaughter. Ouriiij; the ccntnry. two hundred and li'ty tlioiisand i atenta for ia- ventioito have been granted in Knglund. is the difference between a sailor and a Idler 1 One tars his the other his tent. men iH-ed inom-y vet i-tF-et it, snd iirodi-'uls, i o son-v that, the i ticvvr flij in I In? .slniv uoachua are M- y tl" ,-o Wull :i> I' iniidt; a ll e Alioulniiiios. ali.f nol wisi-lv ,hll Clovelard The hands- me face nnd nrm I .-n.d (liue.tnm.ii.t.ll ov.-r llioS- i't a dashing b.Ol in fni ii us pi i-inj >l Iteiinj ilencl, hu yet IIH.'II followed Ihe bully l.o ll. _ where a cold gmvo hail been ilng in the and' led lo Ihe muriate al'lai'. born in about snow, and die icy gtound. T'IU j lruij wnmiin, lo iransformed inl, CM' his pitrenlii-ja and i WHS lowered, thu Iruxim eurtli WHS icph.ced ltuu Wt.Mk cuin-icious, vnin i _ i _ r i i .....i i i> i j iinil up North, in .stages, nnd I Ju.siico of the ror.co- at tin yeiir life. li'lhnnks were retui'nud, in the mime of om ft tl d iiiin limy be ihnl :i christi.ni futlier giiatded liisjcuiiiiiiun liuiiinniiy, iniiili, ant, t" i-iijiiirt Icssniis oli hud thus .shown t o thusc who It be (hut a I'lniis mntl.i.'r w.'itehei! i.Vi-r his chihlhooti their sympa- n, olh- l thy for the and wo left him it await thai morn when they lhal sleep in iind him to fold his infant hiii'.ds in i the i.lu.-l cf tin: earth .iliall awnke, some :o j.ravor. i.-iew in inii'id. and in jevcrlii.slinj; life, and some lo shame and ei.er'jy if its wi'll as s-liilure, be-! cvei'liislini; Contempt.' e.imc ii man. 1 i-bo.-i' liim it wife 'and wiisl-.ii.tl :.s fervftiliy, probably !isl men. He co.'.sii.'erjibl.il -ml hi-i rlhly nio.iiiocts''V'IUVU Course, what- 1'jverv man's fail h of his nnbelief. lias n civnlurfi, inci'.piil-ie nf jieinnno love, ami Do selfish And narrow inindect IM onorae principles. An I'.xlrav ietil viiHinuierized her from I In- and would hti'.vUt'ii lo none of lu-i husbiind's gently Nearly half his IIH.-OIIIO SJM ihu lirst uf their mainline, in ilres iiini jewelry. Tli and for ;t two huiiilreil ivtr frmil Clevi-lat.d to Cincinnali the lime in n. stnje, 1 nn-l :i tjueer u corps. Such n lime, you mverdid see; I never was bult-r HIIIIIM- --il in niv life. We had horses, line coaches, and one i.t tin-in drivi'.fs rend of. Well, l here was nine it.s der.s.' anil 1 don't believe. tin-L- evel1 was ii full of Chrislia is s iirn-d bei'ii'O. so chuck full of niu.sie, Theve a beanliltil yunt; to dim of Uiite.itimtli m-xi to her a Jew and him in was a black- l-r-i .o, i.ii.l in-s i-.iim j bn-iistt.....coining on tJinUely j.-u-.-lry nn I cliiiina i'-r> 1H lenng L'nlikc as'piot.s Abel poor I.U and m-i-li -e.ioti.irh him. I and.-j-------j.------- aru of a d-hca ,n in leman, I K, ine. eny ol I where! J cinne. when comparud with his expenses, t-l sp.'ciiieles, cane, ami a KI ehi-r, I'.eMia pn I i i _.. i- i i i i I- Abel, was inur nisi, of wluil i.s li'i-meil, III phrase polite, Ini'i.l" ii-hih- he iil-te- "l'red. I Its deiiih Wiis cntiscd by cefiain i i weie himself iiml ,1 tl.e cui i i.l death In llu: h.'ind.i nf othei.t .JJ hin.seil. While upon his lieftms, nnd 1 r d 'Wi.-iij Ui Inn; him. liiC vmiilnrr. wh, lO'jler, He knew ili.il ins uvil him alc.'hoi knew it; )et for pnhrj i i lliey bellied him on In his w.inton aaci'ilice .......l :inil iil'era lime. lii.'Se who InVed htm lie I. In; alalMird :itin! in in it ihvm for their1 .ii'jii ,.f uiioii i. liii.se who InVeil him b'..1 his The to n-asou wilh wa ;l r... .'the ocean-.stoi In tilii Hot engi.lt him; Ilie i. pll.-imc did not devour, noi ihe. beast ol e'lMiestness weaKne.ss lieiid. Ihu icy wind ui'jrely i.iiu taper whicb a ue-u uctnu lite iu it-adv eiill.seil to Max Uim. AiCi'hui wa> the iei.1 ol lil> dcalh; :iinl lli.ii in.il! uinenl. was plttiizd lit his b_) III -.-I i M. TAILOR, I !.j ii., I> r ii scorned lln-ir eiill-d their I'aini! ci-iin. I'ltinkaid.- at'-.m.d him. The lerlinu; forms, aiei. t'acis which Iiu well IllieW, itr-'d. but Im cf them as tliu deal v-ra hundrud il.iila s, tli-ht-f him. Lilt. Ilu was not bravo I'liontrh to mci'l lie and, therefor, weakly yirhii'd lo a  out i-vt-i1 i.pi-ninir bis head. I've just licH.d of a tlio pivaclvr, thtt over tin- Bible ila what thinji.s br has i-ui-il lie wa.s at iji.dtim and GOIHOI- aw. ami seen the pluco whar Lat's wifl Ali t-ays thu old with the. citne. s-ivs tin; proiicher, he went tin! vt-rv spo: nnd ivmarka'desl lliinj; o all. he seen the j i l.ir of wliui aho Uirneil inlo." 1> it says l'ie old Ves, sir, lu seen timi l.o this ,'av." .iays llio hoosier, 'Teal gene witut y; T'1 Ve.-i, sir, a pi-lar of salt, just us it w.i.- it. Wliv there anv such ns whole tl iy every dnjf The "oisiiy; wlm fell Invi- wilh a yi'iKi-; levivud etn bu.njj H-keil lame tbednv. -The man who siiuelj Ana Altitude lias Hii.i.lenlv let'l for pal Is nnktioiin. Wh.n-ver is houe.-t, "C-iur- teous and eamlnl, i.s a he i> learned or tirleiirned, rich or poor. 1 mav the so.'erMi when thiil was pnnialied fu, under lh.- The her ilisobi-di.'iiec." ilimpers, ihe Miiilers, All buuhepambler.who w.-is snooziii'j; in coiner tho ct-aeb, kinjj al the piencher, ihe with an .1 eiiuntemitiee thai p aitily '--M imu h s miiid wn.i powerfully convicted of an im air! he ii in the open li..-IJ, M'ldernu; ro ik nose j hv h im i was :t circus ndei1, Itreaih wjis yellow mr.l eouhl be fell just is easy as e ill m eiime and whifh! Across old wmdd _ belure the ince iUliisl alt l- nd U'jliebt- niuiiili uol up as tbinki-l by tli. low coined an of ihe parly, tin Indiana 'liWint! down li., trot an army connacl' to -ply the Ibices then in nut fuel. Kitiht out iu the Ves, .stnndin' lij; wh.-.r she fell." Well, stays ''all I've is if s'lu'd dropped in our parts, llie Ciill'c would huvo licLed her up utoie Mind -wn." The jireacher raised both f.f his hnnd- :il an iri'iieiniil remark, Mid the .M hinisvlf into a tit nt which he didn't m'ur till In- eitoie to t e nejti of horses. Tlte hoosier hail phiVetl the mischief wilh the -jfravily of llm whole ]mriy; wven the oil e horse laughers. Women looks limn men hnvu in.iro f.owt-r in in HIIU i.i their lluin men in tbuir A lady being asked llio otlivr day why chose to lead n single life, -Si-i.p'y because 1 am noi nble to iup- norl a Prof untl silence in a pnlilio a.v semhkige hii-s be -n thus neatly One might have heard the scaling of a jiocket-luuulkercliief.' .....Wlm'. an ungrateful return .saiil :t candidate, when a count of his votes proved him to bv in mi- nori y The crew of a sa boat threw tut all her biillaet, and slie o.aid luid Lo put her litin .ketcbi-.-f In was she destroyed? face, an.l llm voiinir l-nly's eyes were filled with Icar.x for halt :tn h iirafterwards. Tlr- Itl preaeher hadn't another word lo >a Tiike the pence maker'.s part in balirt''. It is end of the subnet; but whenever wc_ came..-1, ilt It r.'l'e.l fi-rs-mio time; nohoih ,ny 1.1 ice .or met anvb >dv on tb.j road, ,p. r would no; have worked so 10. .sei-meil inelim-it lo 1 ne ..lit -tiinu man nnrsetl llie tl my; ulolijj oj sot b ,lt uptight, crab apples ami l-.skinj; what was die pried of salt, iieraimtuiiiis, HI llie. nnd ihe (irciteh tin l osier an liiig htilv d'-oppeil the U-'-IM-II cnr t basnet' uvc..- p.vtt V fao-. am! SAM HOUSTON A correspondtrnt of cars, hi-fi.re tl.e came which :tl- ii_-as -.nul jii'nple.s iva} .s folli'ii s sue I her t.. nod i.ml dream hhe alter completing a portrait ol Us Uuchanni, -Iraws une as follows: ll Io snppli the ext.raVitj'iiil ib'tn ill is lookei 1'ie olil n. Next Kl'le'. Jam-js Buchanan, nnd per at Uic-eornu Imps ahead of him in i.liu personal curiosity nf bis wife, nhtis ai'i-md wardrobe, ami I !he tfil'ubier fell ntl' int i.f his wile, n tins iii'i'iial iiiiniri'iie. aim i aiel !lie "ii'iinier lell mi into "r bills j.-welry, f.-r which she that iL.ze, nnd the f..Mowed Miii. of Tex..-', who is iiiuch such H -nan im.ssi'.n which' is chiiiitcH'iisic   "joni1, linleiiiii-C'! bc.traved the {rniio, so.nel.ii.e.-i uiili a C-JIU Miecr. has li'.ledJniiilC, seven years from thu day nf ihei- l VTas wishing somebi'dy would Ml'- and Mrs. iJlakely were itb-.u1 .mnvvr-iiiiun it -itiu'l, when mad iht-ldicr Itko mid stately, halting on is tit lo bre.-ith which been tiie lungs, until it i  scanlv e.i.MilliLJscilh-: I (roi tin- man ll Ihe liescenoiti'' ruin, Ino er ii! llu: the laver.....r in -7 III 'M V- '-I. eturer of s (in' d'-n iln1 Jawlc.s.s tl.au-i iu iilei-lini.-- riemiu'. be came up Int., t.'Wo, il a uiin- ii lia'.f. to ilf.'iin it.- .s-ir-iw.-i In ar ill ut pitying hd'Aeli, fe.l ll ami i-j.l H ii" ay. o. A .ni.r.i was M'l upon ihe murderer Tin-d y u! Ilie-i-in Mi-.-i.en, an ati-l to If- -i r-.ii.s In n i i the winili "I Uim woo i., me ill l.-ilie nl mm. He wt-iii I" l-.e ol a i i T. Next di M.mi Sli iiml ii.- Slal ii. M v v it. -ers I. .a i-i 11. LATHAM. i" I..IM. I..-I, I l.n ffi-.i-i-lll. i ,-......i-l-n T-.N .11 mi S. E. STODDARO. t 'i' A v r n ti i c .Mu.lm-i'. IIM i.tlltlll .-elier of tin.- pi.sm; bill .she (he lender w.is a w.i-nan o.akesoalh he ilid lu.l obliiin iii.v alcohol lliei" a-i.m.sl t men. le-l.'llp-'li iin lite in llie bl.'Ovli i I _ v" 10 II He then wont to the tavern "ll The Clli.se of the Almlghiy 1-- plu ii-lli (he disiippn.b.iLloli and boiimiible men icMs tile 1'nny; vii'lenllv. Nl r. Hlaliely .slarli d iinuj t'.i''iie..l pale with a sudden preseiitiinenl. ol evil. 1 What i.J lli2 a.sk.'d his "if.-, who saw the .singular e-lnuiijo iii his cutin Mr. lilakely di I not nnsxvnr, hut stom! listening at tho door. Men's voices re low heard, antl llie tread of he.avy feel iloiii; l he passage. There M'.-IS a stait and i hurried Miovcment- by Mr. lilakely; then hi. Mood still as if rivrlud lo tin.-spot. lln- What- is llm meaiiiie.: rhisaiii'i n-t trivalrs'ook c says i- io the n d wilh the cane. No, .Said ihe jje'itlemnn '1 here's very lisile i.ere, and ihe i.s pretty in.jeb wore mi'." 'J'heii 'here was nmliin.i; said ajrain for v.-ies. ur one bundled tln.t iinnv. l hail ihe lif cen Soutii-.-in Sim mote thini three limes a.s ma'iy as -1 K n'ui neatly ft thud of the Vote of llie I'liinn. To Mi-mi ('i-ni-kx in Tnkit wni u I ashes ami c-imnion suit, equal parts, and mix willi water to a thick -i o foot, clad in n le'op-.rd skin fur I'M! w'ln tllis- W'elller and wilh an Indian blanket. foMe-i h..t or clod. U is a KnU cheap :np, anil wnli an Imlian oimtsei to.iie.-i rroudly round hifl martial the but cemenl hero of San t-nlcis the dining Mom of NVi'd.ird's every after the are M-iUed, wits buriieil dinner at the t.-ibb- furthest from thu door, and xlifen k-, up he room pausing to cnnver.se al lime. I e ho-jsiur oi.eliin.' eierv table where Iiu can see H friendly i ,1..... .._ I'm-d rs! Vinunon trees 1 ever did the cjmc ?1 '.Mis. Hlukely in alarm. tin; tiiimu men cniored lh You are sii'ui one of them, '--ii i-haiiji- of defalciilion.' lilakelv slineked, but her Inis'.iiini stood slill an.l stalttc-hkc, his face of an iisiieii lino. (Je-irue. (ju-irjc This is ex- i-u i i i itvn v i-....." i l I t ir-.e. 111! J lllS IS 111 ise, ex asked f..r bu, the of there, he W.ts refusuil.j'-1 will oimr lepu.ai.li. In t u vent This nine oVh.k H in L-, am, he iHti.or r.-M desxiim.g o ,e is av tn.ti tl.e preinjlmr jriiv-- a Imijir The v tm_' la-iy her veil, and i Im ill li'ly s-ta.'ped Uor eyes uod face. In this way lliu good, but n .1 OUT ul.-ver General, iiltriicis a hvtip of noiic.-; ni'd if a y lady n comi'ry yard in Jersey ilu re is n plain tin. gnivi; of a hi-ani'fnl youn'g ludy with >nl> this io'cripMin up m it: Aduitf   tli" nt I -I.- t- t" tli-ir .-ill. In I'" I, ,.iii. li.-. -.til.-i .i.i'l Head Tomb Stones in hiseltoris -i.se, ho tolled nro regularly hcenecd. sidewalk, tloiMi a hlllc declivity ot n tool) or so, towards the street. Ajriiin bent-! r tempted d. ii.se, but he was weak, an'1; Barnum's lecture on the Art of Mo icy chilled bv the i-.ten.so cold, am! be has proved an extraordinary hit in Uc tried to dtaw himself up the batik, by Ktiglnud. All U.o and but it was for you Then turning to llio officers he S'jid, ii a ci'Im a iu al your service.1 
                            

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