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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - October 25, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina i who gaof jrWjrw paw tip way Uxra shaft all that it e4a per in Miii 11 paf and Bin htvethc telf and tai mp off IfW with me at f E t the dinner i or fc r jt tebfc wwi iaanoonwd by b owing of barniL Tbtty mwdto b bftiuM in thifl fo B bajftJaey wai ipticimeiiiof allU ring midnight V malting raiuk mo JDimitr Hare v Ur rntajdp my the objeoi of hia hair is fory ejt iW I wouldnt wonder il the maw she haa on her head this afijr aoonooat twenty Nora was about to cry For shame when a riaion of Berry in the doorway checked She returned and stood half hesitating a Then she advanced th Kft white train of her dress nutting im tier her face her eyes in of hex inspioion of teanu nviy uveriU much L I wouldnt take a thousand pounds l raooJ MM my machine onini nkinf Wftt me mlwea wo minwuen T Hake raxnj y Him f indulge me iu I object to tfaj an outoftheway place i Next winter I must goto work j in good earnest and I wanted a travel nml recreation dnr tne worm nonsense J Berry Bays its and she ought to for she spent two mouths there with her aunlt hut The nicest tfap Wjith a shaded terrace that over looks a pleftaut There Jovelv walks aud and the dearest little with a boat upon The village is perched upon top of a its such n breezy with a fine view of socnery j Stop an1 clniuied putting up bnnilg jjj Berry talk like that If shq 1 dKiuld going to pli evLii if it were an 01 would a desert de lightful She WBH the deareat friend I had loyely little ch beautiful hair long and heavy HO rettil adopt the new ntylea nt Probably her father was a and sho asfUBted him when nt You flbler 1 Her father was ft when living and Berry in an with her Its really theWay she WBB Her mother hod beautiful like and her odcnired it very used to call her Berenice sometimes for a pet after Berrys he aud her mother to 1 1 ml her Ber because ho loved the nanH1 Berry used look at her cnllod ovary mimbier night when was not too I never cared it it is so dim but now I always think about it when Im looking otHhe Oomo Fredj you artinterefitcd in I Be H good aud promise me well for tha hair Im wearing Mr Lewis I vshe And she wak coquette enough to hide the in her f Fred flushed and he would hov given almost anything to be able to1 re call his i He to hia wtid Miss I humblybeg your Ion for my iltnatured I onl eit to tease of nj uo Apologize to not to lef j i i She crept away by and fa j in spite of her effortajU Conquer the hurt and sore It won she told herself Ahe surelv didnfc care what ftbout i or either Aud then came jus she thought hi not care for or he could never have ridiculed in any even ti his I And though she waa not vain the had always looked upon her hair a i sacred birthright bestowed by her dead and hod ever 1 the beautiful com teliotion Berenice with thoughts of mother iu heaven a childish but it clang Jo her as childish fancies will cling to us That before she braid td her hair in two long andiii ihc morning she combed it out and left it only drawn away from htr anl banded a The braiding had made it and fit foil in heavy golden like mantle of cloth of far beldw ihor Fred half triumph when he saw it i I didnt cared imaoh for he thoughtl Berry observed his slid appeared on her hairi llpon my I And than sue asked she Void in a little comforting whisper rv Not long FreU downVto the table and began writing Presently Berrjcame flying into tlie she iu the softest little oioe In the around on one and carelessly tossing aside with her Out flew ithe golden1 and Freds jeu went spinning along the j i pardon me I she My ijew wigja a little tronblesomt to nian yet Ive uu but I shall jbe qoiue accustomed to it iu time nway she leavingFred to np his pen and resume his writing fia best J i This WHS more easily said than about quickly nither iire me for that un f ivar for soon laying sh otherj Tm tirtdol thbi Ofjefjdad P Uke a lively i iterant in won dering what she will d o next and then ahea Borejio w H n off my I nt rarJMnder and throw upon tha mercy of Fortune seemed after an to road alojud to 1 into the low but Fred will you ueverf Ittckjr upeeob She abnouj speeihj If9wiB I was not i Yon cannol ht mean 1 he do you ware yon were an pi knowing whst And yon are fjtill nol thougti t ii was both ungentlecaimly and She was silent for huh seeming to hover whether fjfom anger or excees of he could tell j i I agree with you she jon Not a very encouraging and he felt bat was determined to have done with suspense IwiahtoreoaU what I have bewent Ill say you have the most b hair1 in jthe world j for youj Ill jsav youre1 an angel an say and do any hing you desire for the restof my natu ral if youll forgive and my wifej I I j Im not an she if yon are worthy the UUB nnd of an angel you are too goodj i for j She spoke in unnatural tone of voice but JFred was too m ich excited to notice II you will only love me Ill ry to be worthy of1 he quad j Her lips weregrowing pad jhe sat her teeth hard i Cant make tlie she t It woud be impossible for me to lejarn to love And Bh wept into the Fred began to walk the terrace hnr I i I dont anaentaudj tiieoe e said as thonsapda men have said be OTO him and tiionJMudB more will say f moments Nora cnKie run ocd jlrrt It WMJ Henry yho introdaoed Thow waw aad Woodtjn aimply If did doubly and l 4 r jheynaed napkins at of with their coata c and richly ornamented by jwec ona But those of were ahw Forks were unknowij up fottrteinjthl Theycarried with them and A knife called VB aifork a the ioad the wife At iywd always man land wife oi the mihtary AppUhae and Forljlj I i to I have a military oattpaign two n will telly I of the jaod insirtei upon my to this pUteMone bWn through a stirring and is not cjirjen men n any jiiihe United f the Southern Oonf To jsuch can the the j riialignrty iili he hia I wiil juribospm poye olf bat find I and through ln the earliieat Bummer and jtboae who wit beside each other fijom due drank oat of one Whertref i in Oerrowiy fuJBhian did not prevail there i were rajl ej eating rooias man and Tl ejre was neither norporoelmjrvin in the eleventh pen veaselsiof the poorer claases were mide of wood and and those of the wdwtthier of tauqoliea tuad Tlile nobility hwi ftilrer giltplated wluoll wrvcid more to foedj the Whatu the Fred she Hero you Are looking like a aud is in her rying as though heart would breakj T nont Anrl vnlk n4 ItAv eiyjeijtban foir any practical to ttUnd on the sideboard which called buffet in the fifteenth and credence in line sixteenth At this time with the domestic offers lot prescribed the 1 ber of oooneB for the table and the inaea of their the out and length of their At this time we ind the luxury of the middle j ageJH still prevailing which new ones were ado edi i i h Jhilip the Handsome forbade oac the use of golden or silver vessels it had not Jan income of andj ordered that at a cpmmon meal bat one dud of soup and one shoAld be On festive occasions one milk soup and two Louis or dained that at a jbooqaet helil n no mojro than per head per to be An ordinance at Bade 1566 meal to have no nore than JUtree about flyo worth of meat or two boizen of fish per fibcteehth in oncl i nxes a omtieQd the price of fifteen aud any ornii ment for a womannot to cost than aabo to dan of t ie irarj I stepped out of Hanni by with a aid detochojjent of the Oonfederate Graiinrai Tom Hiirnss army I find mjyBelf inj a great minority Up ft gorge beluiod old Balls Bworeijas made UBJ swear to uphold flag and Constitution of aud Uv deutro r any other military organisa thit we the same In othier were repel Wejfwertj the firalj who Or Mt kngh v in the great reookd of f iomnjandieriii OU4 i r dee PS of those eleven bee i bro light pflieklly to i hi i ttSngs in you r 4 i A ita and ao shaU tra nlent historians brtjoght and jjI yoilj to revere the infiiaojpoj jthe orderly Berkeant j and those frith jjif aijd foifotten my trftjrelrtained wa first in M dating the injterval Hie you mised We oould not really tell whicheide wo were on bat we wejit intx icamp aad left it to the of was the custom hi that made second libutenaut and if a companjjr of eleven didnt Jmow anything about ythingWe hadj no who VOB nineteen years Ifkneefeet witjfo aud some and just Ofut of the iu waa made ordod Y His nAmfej was JBeu ami hehad Peasant women ore forbidden law tf wear j gold or i hard When he wass mounted on ttfe he used fp go to sleep homo would reachjjarifmnd and and his bite his want to taredhi i weredis march in aid i then he cry and Japanese Chem ingenuity and Jit in Staitf bnt of the ftw N effort of Ja Mmese workmen have caused alarm gotoe of thei manufacturing where for i t iTalpan f sufficient i already trade are mt of these artidea nude in Japan to cause in that country to discontusup the irn pdrtation of The of with Japqnwe workmjen SB explained by a gentleman in was a zigzag niArk over I told Bnrry f was nlmont certain of and as the pen twd fallen upon its Very If yon ore ou will be satisfied with the we consider it weeks Frel Lewis and hit orrivetl at the hotel in the which Nora hud dosoribed Berry i wns immedi of tlioir aud wns to iaeet her friend though he had heard bor woa not diuippoinbed his it was bent nearly leaned bock in his cjliair laughal That wiia grnoofully IH ac lie i 1 The afternoon was and and I cant find out afflicts her Berry crying f echoed in os j Have you quar reling Fred was unable to speak from amaze and Nora begati to the i t i i r i dont HOC how it b with you restoring Gray nair she I know you love each yet yon never1 agree upon any i Leaving Fred toj ponder on her she went into the hotel to try and com fort Berry sue saopeedfld sm that before many jminutiea elapsed tho two girls oamojout Berry was anxionB to shojw Fred how indiffer ent she and he starlight told no ro The otjlieij men pos a ji When they ountiea they said they couldnt double file with because his footl took HO much One i en we were itho camp a fil ow on the outside at the said Ben it aorta a shadow like a boaketl Ben said I aint got any the otihor fellow said j I its ytfttr We all slept in cbrnj and the ratis Ben JTuppcriuul bjupii carefully and rigidly and when he was ready be1 ho would atari to pray jknda and th natural Vitality and all BerryH called thou Upon the to view a distant mftun whioh Huowod vory th being very Fred brought his and gallnntly hold it while I peered with snoh dis j interested one woiild suppose this tales about the evidences of paid dout sit rausjng by yourself its awfully dull this j l So sLe gradually drew tiietn into conj and withdrew to the op posite end oCtlie terrace making an ex cuse to listen to some singing in tho ad ele jocontrooms and loaing A Arossmg vrliicb 03 ODOO imd cirocluril for preserving fa rlcd or hair is soon restored to ftt original tftc Jitoas of yout Thin ij tliiil d tyotj think Berry beautiful I hnl no thought for anything her upon the first j side of tho she giving Fred jrt had half thinking of answered loat heart diaoretion the j looked a little on the very well but yon wont contact becauso I wish yon to amid waa quite for Fred loved to tease liia though usually he WHB very indulgent He was a nobjehearted fellow and very and Norawns very fond of He mot Berry almost for their two parlors were and both opening upon the and he aotia grew very fond of her ho indulged hi to teoae Nora about One evening they all sitting on i Iho enjoying the starlight ouJ cool breeze row the kkeAiler 1 h Yontoonstellation qnito distinct j reated arms and A the under iho pretense it was How protty I her head a sudden Away fleV a lock of straight as archers into Freds nearly dropped the and uttered fngry exclamation iu sudden j j my sho futi I haxl for thej mo yon wore so j Fred went into the house and bathec his eyes in rather a reflective mood j bu when he again Berry setmcc BO entirely unconscioua of having lone anything and she waa so pretty and engaging in manner throughout the he forgot his was as agreeable as The next day she appeared viti her hair in tho same and aJ the waa on the lookon t for another hostile None moment of time began the conversa tion where it left qff ho cannot you see wretched lam Do forgive ho Hush oho aiolaimed under her Nora will hear wtiftt you ere hearf alliu a may think of what I saying Whatever you pooirest but according to the Bus sum the of Not farjfprora the above ihurch is PeUir jthe Greats There tho famous Iwat rmiide by tqge her the h Peter jbadwith him iu jtlie ttlje at where he oon returned Berry iiftuolly it is Bcarcely brighter than Milky Fred and gallantly quoted Behold The gtUtaning muo of luir Forty btit rtoh to kiw Tbo flowing with ft Umbeat fllfnt And feeling slightly was very decided1 in the opinion thai Kurds was a perfect gentle and cotiW be very entertanung if he The anlojr of He took out i tnua under iho pretense though i1061 jljo a cigar and1 lighted he make the most of for it waa f for muaie while he phffed and the girla began a vocal In the micbjt of the song Berryitook off her making an exouBe to f an her self with it As she elastic oad iuddenly beneath out flew tJomewhat upm the foUowiog She was looking charming in a daintj vbiie hw hnir aiwildefmeiw of bnootii Mid soft Fred admired he r liiuuelf ao viry agiwoUIc Hint WHS highly le Efriiy stepped into W1 own parlor momeat iiu pomuit of a hie r shining hair like a glittering fligat tho head of the i and away went Pifeda hut cigai into the That was too cruel Cf he exela Berry Bang her aoft voice ling BO smoothly ijbove half ahaded ibjia and with have done and said he drop ping voice for jier I love you And a little strategy almost drives wild to know jvon dislike me BO didnjt nayj I disliked yon 1 and she seemed BO troubled that Fred drew the najr Uttflrod Jargor of the two rooms iruuge whioh decisive bat quered the Swedea and established his The little apartment woe bright with ithe light of many tapers placed there by those who have faith in the efficacy of the shrine to prosper their t jwould bite him pn the nl sit all night r and keep town and did ppci seem to yl coiireat idea of iiailitary dia I commanded lib 3ttld hny Wlio wtilt your ly lllHewos have oipline up he viint Inn him to three n he blamed around not didnt i him on time he ou Sun I dropp We ha that bat and the lived oiij impiir wfitrng to the Birmingham frugal as inquetrioasaa thje Japa undenwll every market enter and outdoj every civihzert isan at his own trodol Auy a Japanese cnrpeupc at with toes for a vise andj tliighs anil stjomooh for ai Been tools wejl uied and goods tj Eurupean make turned Tphey will in become formidable on all kids of Westeni The olwayB riidy to and to outvie everything tlijatthe West afad this they wjjth less less clothing an5 co QJ fort civilized The writer farther states tha was offered a largje order for Btrf ninngliam goods at a pfrice at which ht Wbnld lose about ton per i factory at Oafika toofi the order and oliado the i While a freighting t jrelve miles south of Do they were by three m ser Ono I ordered on pickeitduty about lek to tlie a I in the and them soldiers likely to pol prowling liire any So would morning I jxnilered him a In the Ho Next day1 j ordered dujy once This Said be What Tfion must i blamed v ho cooked dinner at ho oampflre and i Ude themselvflB BO ag aeahle that of t lie frieghters except uamedj yore gathered about Young J yers was easpicioup and went to one1 df the where I9 got bis shotgun ijnd remained away cftrom the Puriug the oonverBafion around the one of titxacagfirn admired li shot gun belonging fo the froighters took it up to exai no Suddenly hie cocked and tJireea the freighters tboir and ordered them to their spying they would t1 ta what money in the At this point P cketiagweia iuiprftei my it gooil enorughi time there at rain the njiosgaitoeg land We rind eo W1LH IU bllf yijung Myers behind tlie and striking the robber in tihe face aud T15 robber wheeled ripund nnd fired at Myers and missed Tho then dropped tfce giiniiud firingVyhis revolver at tie On of th freighters shot at him with a rifle balii striking him in tte He fell soah rafter The other rs of the Oil jj The following table give the read ejt some iilen of the TOK amount of this rqatcrial Vhich has been by the jaia oil ajone from 1860 to if I fililL of 40 i Britlah peopla tn siaie of Bignifled i to present to the cityiof New a proper applioatiem being the noble obeUak L which now stands alone near the rmilvaj i of lUatfet at to npanioa having brien ijooepted by and a Scottish Aqdweare abhvto say that the enteTprisingcontrailomwho ore conveying this Englinh obeliiBk to jdeetination are prepared to agree to bring companion moublith from Egypt to erect it in any 8iS which may be selected for a riot exoeeding the whofc risk of cnterpriw being tAken by against deposit of the sum agreed upfcm in the handu of some lead ing American For nearly there have stood the shores of the Levaottwo obelinkn of rouecolored known RS Oleo tell us how those great feet were taken jfrom the of Syene by tjio skillful workmen of antiquity and j conveys Kflrnac and In ordior to move the jtone waa marked tlie whole hogtli and imetal were driven into 4Jio Anuther which wonderful was t insert wedges of ex tremely dry wood and then to pour npOBthetn and the Pliny thnt they were trauoportod to tho Nile with the specUilly prepared veto placed in an erect position cut ting a groove inj the which the lower edgeof tho might turn if it were a the top of the obeJisk being elevated bymeans wf monnd of the size of which waa continually increased till the stone stood securely From where they beifore the entranoe of tlie temple of or the Setting tranJiported to Alexan dria during tho reign of but bear their popular iifimc because tradition that they were transported to AiexAudriB in the time of A igreat deal of controversy raged lontyi but they think r have Jmfr aMwfen Nows JLipathiey but th ihave bqt they i free Corns have but yet arc not Jfo aenec yet palragrmphew do they idiot We a JVY There is nothing ttore indioative of re finement and a genuine onltare in a tatnOythan ioheerfol fnliy decorated exphang4 Tastof ul daboiatioas do not expense and it is pwi uibie to niatea very pretty very no outlay aH quired beyond what would b inoarred under The women of a we apt to good portion of their time in the bed and ia some the sleeping ftpartipenfe are for Bowing sittiug and name It is worth while to obUm the innocent pleasure we can iu thin tud there cau be no doubt that Iffe is plewsanter if of hooiw we in cheerful looking Thirty thousand are engOfml ill the oyster trade of ntid mow than seven hundred formitB Chesapeake oynter Some exptirts will open gJil lous a day of earning twenty cents per gallon mostly of German paremtap are engaged in the packiugMd where the catiuinf In the rnw buwuess the tnru packed in HayiJnnt nitl io for ship fifteen miRion of rtw being iu a Insiiditioil twcnty flre million CUDH of steamed are shipped per The Tangier aud Pocomoke Sounds oysters are the fftvon9 The State Jioonscd were issued on and on Oct 1 season was opened with pnicpcctH owing iff European There died at Grand a few dftys ago at the age of a French uoblemHu who WUB iximed Lnrd Francis Byron by hin he wtw twenty years on account of a love affair and fflmily he itnrai grated to tho far and on the banks of the He erected the first mill ever built on the Wisconsin among the learned in regard their j hauling all his add mn notwithhtanding all that has been said and written about na wall as about other similar monu mentswhich still stXnd in or have been tnuiftferred to Paris anil no absolute certainly to their import haa yet beeu Pliny them to bo symbols of the draw them with to rays other writers hariTiilcntifieJ j over rocksand i on ox teams through an 110 i broken wilderness hiijudrfd i milea After floating down two or Uire j of and demonstrating tim there was to made in tlio he lowling1 them widi hirM men enough to Grand V and passed his hand caressingly over her flowing But I know I still clinging to ainoe ibi nee resulted favor your Yodj call me inKteard of and jou torment me without the glightent To iswept your hair inj my eyes yesterday and almost They pain nja yetl This lastiwaB an ajvfnl and only told for effect he managed to look BO she lieved every word j j j Tm sorry if I yon BO much painj she in a contrite j I i His heart gave tt bound He leaned veryjmuoh en learnest Take pftf mtt hei ex anding hia j j half afraid Nora and seizingBerrys little hftndi she it in Freds eager and ihenlejt She heard UB ngaapel droop ing her heafl until bV hidden ImparUnlltjr of iuerlcaot i Tlio cartridge mannfaatory is supplying materiil for both the Russian and Turkish ondj iAmericap bullets ore hurled pro Ifrom both The Bndgeport company manufactures from six M seven iinndred thousand cartridgps per Thpy hftve supplied forty mijl lioBH to seventy millibnN to Tur and htjve just reoeivedl an order of eigl ty millions from the gbvent bj for fear of and thinking ihe Iblo sang like a siren of the j j Thmt evening remote comer distance from moveid his chair k a j the at a safe wid smoked hiii oipr iu Iglancuignwditet vely by the bright Fred parted and smoothed it back gentlyirith twin ing it tenderly an and hits and drawing her head I o his j VNb ihe mei Two tons of powder are used each and materials in like I inspecting officer ft Busjsia and were recently alike engaged Bide by Bide in superintending the production of the cartridges for their respective I A HornetProof of has ap anonjialoua f r known by tho narnti f who is inseijujiblo to the pain which usually at tends the sting of yellow wasps and He take the honey from without either stupefying ordft stroying the He all the ifornbta and yeilow he Uan ftlthojjgh fjequently covered the uicecjto wb ch have alight ed upon him in he haa never been known to Upon getting holdiM hivneta ht empties it by shaking the out The United with H lees Uian that df inileft of railroad both pa iijs hated us impartau Bat one day Wii hefted that tho iuijvader was approac so two had jubk up and jlijisitie if the invader domiingoguin 8JOjffe moved And next day he us orioe mcfej We didnt but wu mow ill Daughter rather tjlian to make Thw went on for apweek or ten at d iwo saiv considdrntjle Then Ijapper lost He gays Wiir not what itsi cracked np to fni going home if I cant ever get a ch iiiie a ait down a Why do thosa keep us a humping around Blame their do they oa excursion T Some of j J 64 000 think th ti IB the lowjnliwys bjegan 1 The average daily product of this region from discovery of petroleum i4 January Jas been uenrly The daily pro in and 1876 aboiit per Thio there bas been inaidernblo in I be product lly and August ha ring averaged per them with the Jachin Boaz oi Sol hia success fully and he mous Temple at apparently I bogun to reap the reward of early only becansethtj obelisks were iiij his family became reconciled to bafore the entrance of ftu liim nn tiftct of They have been M lamilin to which he refused to identical with the Hindu and a i his home in tint score bf more or less reasonI ge OWned at the time of his death more have been advanced by speculative j hundred million of pine but tberois slill quite as much j beside sawmills aud reap rfituto difficulty in arriving at their true nMsini UJB property in ing ruijl origin as there is in interpreting the etijry of the round towers of to compare small tilings the origin of the Newport who is a bettor authority than Most OH he bos j a long period on the banks of the I in unwearied ami intelligent re we A Way to Get Kid A whose place of buaineww They com J laihaal that fehere ina an in ijj not a thousand miles from the Mer jmnts w as many jmfficiemjylof they I men by Jcjipecunipus indi i nmnll lino no Wo ftli el oui There wasj mutiny and dis all here cardie the enemy pestering us two houirpfmorft than and nobody fo turn out af tfcaj hoari This was a little too I ijhe jwiole oommand in one of and aeiit hiral to the audiaskeil him to 119 a district where there wasnt q bandt j Ibtherjgoing The history j was laid before iOBbpd of being touched hj what did he He pjent us back an indignant mesaagejj He ioid You have had a dozen capture i and ho still knew that Stay jwhare you 1 are thistirio will court martial bang Tom you only love F Tl ilL TiA A We wont I care i and yon must give me right to call yVa aJJ world very andlijtaly being while desiring small He the following method of detilinR long preface to the jjequest to dollars few days aud i turning a clerki i we have dollars to i flve we not says Well j lend it to It is tiofc youlfiftned Rummer day before soI when jt cfamefl iu lend it to and j ig to the merchant re inside o7iwaTweekPrtoidlmeshijBbtBiDe88 W4 needy one walks dejectedly out to jry a moreprottt t Mrimercial JBul As regards the original aitoa of it should be mentioned that tbflre are none on the western bank of tho river obeliskftppiHr ing to be a decoration of tho cities of the by tho rising j the pyramid is of those of the j symbolized by the setting of thut lu Taken in counectiou with the fact that at Heliopolis the jnonoliths known na Cleopatrurt Nieedles nt tlie entrance of the temple of Uie Set Words of great evils we Rnbmit There are men whose nre Kprnt in willing one thiug and desiring the i The flnit book read and tin book aside by every conduct of i The maid that lovesgoes out on a shattered and puts her trust iu miracleu We are too opt to bury our aco3titts along with our benefactor to enjoy tlie riunipliH of others asthough ihry were the jutst property of A mans first difficulties this explanation rather shows fe he Sl n ho f Jon I n vi vx tbJB message to my bsjfctahon and j Jays ogojreceived adyicjs from the agent thjjir Said the ser geaut let him ijf wants the enemy United few eing tl receipt Off a letter containing on New anioanfeng to sent from treaiury to that agtocy in May mail rider bearing the dispatches with the difficulties question Uieir meaning anil origin throws Auy decisive light on the Nev a study ojf the hieroglyphics with wliiica the ore covered seems to confirm the i These inscriptions i generally i j the magnificence uiA glory of the monarch wdgn they were Oa tlte obelisk which wiJ soon man straggling with an exensefor fnilnre or when fortune removes them K him the poweir nf doing a 1m tJi then comes the tiiiiL the United States slightly from to the Womans other dfty an lijjijf bruiight np for trial at The agaioHt him when his a mere be erected iu London appears the eyes and blunbing the date of whose and the stamp of according to Sir Gardner look Uie and about tho middle of fourteenth j tentifiea that her husband hud bought before the Ohrifitian or some frojn ft 8le U8j Dever years the other jbntonoej produced the bill of and touching thetheory that obelisks j jnry into ttnxi Vquitted and locked in each otherto aruiB the devoted couple left court amid Two hours later the discovery wis mode that the wife had been schooled by one of the worst thieves in the who had written the bill of Bale for that obelisks were raised for the living it should be remarked that dwarf obelisk were employed in Egypt from the earli est times and were placed before tho of Bcpulchres at least yenn are proportionB of the being onetenth j of the pyramidian or pyramidal which in hiter times waa ped with iron or It Sfte probably during the twelfth of the Egyptian kiuga that they oeaved to be BepulcknJ adornments or and were plaoed before the havent any roe for my A Polite a of the height of the Bhaft up to the foot f MOBS the freat grand daoghter of Thomas is nt the head of a young soJiixJ uear Virginia She has many concerning her famous ouoen aotl among tfteso is thu of a great once remarked naively of her husband the politest man that ever lived he uever even cornea into a roofm without looking keyhole first to know if ;