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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - February 09, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA a our country May vol. 51. Ii always be big hts but right or wrong our country i a. A i Aam Kric an Olustee r. Job listed every True Day hot Wiro by John i. By Tattoni. T e a to s. two a Llars if paid within tho 7 Mir and two Dollora and fifty cents if not Piil within the year. Elioso terms will to rigidly and scrod to in Ivory instance. No subscription discontinued until All arrearage Are paid unless at tho option of1 Tow editor. A. the can and not of eroding Ono Square will to inserted tin of a Limos for si.50, and to to to Firo cents for ouch a additional insertion Toboso of a greater length in . A. Do Nve vex nth a tax such an hand Bills posting Hilis Buholts a ac., Ono outed with Floura a Todd i it tho shortest no tie Carlisle pa.1, thursday per Barf 9,1855 a love is a by n. P. . A i Thoy May talk of love in a cottage and Bowers of tha trellises Vino. Of nature bowl tellingly simple and milk aids half Divino. They May the pleasure of sleeping in tho Siliado of a spreading tree and a walk Iii the Fields at morning 1 Quot a by the Side of a footstep Freo. A but give me a sly flirtation a by the Light of a chandelier with music to Piny in the pauses and nobody very Noar. Or a a Silken sofa with a Glass of pure old wino. And Mamma too Blind to discover tho Small Whito hand in Mino your Lovo in a ept Tago is hungry your Vino is a Post of lib so your milkmaid shocks tho graces and simplicity talks of pies Yoji Lio Down to your Shady slumber a and Wako with a hug in your ear and your Damsel who walks in tho morning is shod Liko a Mountaineer. 1 Ruo Lovo is at Homo on n carpet and mightily Likos his Easo. And True Lovo hns an oyo for his dinner. beneath Shady Trees. Ilis Wing is tho fan of n lady a his of a Otis an invisible thing ail his Arrow is tipped with n jewel acid shot from a Silver string. This journey., returning at to Loti Fortin Pepaj ment of tho present Century to his Dative country Beckford again abandoned himself to the selfish enjoyment of his wealth inking capricious dislike to a splendid mansion on his estate which Ltd Boon erected a by his father at a Cost of 8400,000, lie order a t ? in piled Down lie re Solva Tomt i. Hoo enix like Oliero should arise from its re Quot ins a building which should surpass All that had hitherto Boon known in English i Anthill Abbey once one of tho wonders of the West of England was the Resul t of this determination. Whole Gallios of that vast Pilo Wero of Metod solely for tho purpose of enabling lick Kotord to Eui Altizen on their windows the crests of the families from whom to boasted his descent. Tho Woofer of the fabric How Over was a Tower of colossal dimensions and Groat height erected in tho Mun nor. And spirit of those who once raised a similar eur Victuro on tho Plains of. Shinar to let us build a Tower Hobo top shall Roach unto heaven and let us make a to completo the erection of Beckford a Tower four Hundred and sixty men Wero employed both night and Day during tho entire Winter tho torches used by tho nocturnal a workmen being visible to tho astonished traveler at. Miles Beckford a principal enjoyment was in watching tho erection of a this str Koturo. At Midnight he would repair to bpm elevated a part of his grounds and there in Solitude would fast his senses for a hours with the singular Spe Otaolea presented by the dancing of the lights and the reflex Tion of this Glaro in the surrounding Woods. The building was indoor Beckford a a idol the. Old out for which to lived. To devoted tho whole of i a. Apergios to Mako it realize is ii Iii Homos not made of Palace Wallsa tin ugh with and gilded Home is where affection balls a filled with shrines tho heart hath by wild by a Homo go watch the faithful Dove sailing a neatly tho heaven abcs by a Homo is where there a one to love Homo is where tar Crew a one to love u y. Homos not merely roof and room a a Homo needs something to endear it Homo is whore the heart Cari Bloom where there a some kind lip to cheer it we Katie Homo with none to meet a none to Welcome none to Greot us Homo is Sweet and Only Sweet. When there a one to Lovo to meet is. A Manton a freaks it a millionaire. William Beckford Ono of the most remarkable men of was the Only son of Alderman Beckford of Loridon who died when his son was Only ton Yoars of age bequeathing him West Indian and erty which yielded him an / income equal to half a million dollars a year Yozing Book Fords Ibntal Powers were Good and no pains were spared Thorn by a refined cultivation sir Chambers instructed Kirn in agriculture Whilo the great Mozart taught him music. At 21 with tho Ino Omo of Prince and inns in ready Muriby to tho amount of million Sterling five millions of dollars he Jan eclied upon the world. _ tho great Trilli in of promoting human happiness was placed withinjiis.,reach,hut he threw. Tho Gold ii Opportunity away. Proud and haughty the Youthful Beo Fprd withdrew from the Active business of life and. Retiring to Portugal the re devoted himself up a life of luxurious ease. Tho first outlay of his wealth Yero was the erection of a go orgious Palace. In ring his residence in Portugal to visited under Jilb Loyal Sanction tho wealthy and luxurious Monns tries of that country. A it is in Licule to idea of the pomp and a pub Guior of this journey which resembled Quioro thee Vallade of Irineo than Hie tour of a priv to individual. Quot everything a lie Hii self says a a that could to thought or dreamed of for our cohr vengence or relaxation was carried in our train . He left behind but care and a a. A the most Fasoni naming visions of vain imagination. Toifl Tower was finally erected but As might have been ,.tho mortar and Cement had to set properly Ero a violent Gale of wind brought tho vast str Koturo to tho ground. Merely remarking that to should have been glad to witness a the fall of such a mass of materials to gave orders for the erection of another Tower two Hundred and seventy six feet in height this also fell to the ground in 1835. After tho completion of the Abbey Book Fords conduct was still More extraordinary. A Wall not Ray two Miles in Cirou frence sur Roii Bojied his mansion and within this scarcely any visitors wore allowed to pass. In sullen grandeur to dwelt alone shunning Eon Converse with the whole world. Majesty its old was de Birdus this wonderful Domain Hilt was refused admittance. Strangers would disguise themselves As servants As peas uts or As pedlar a in the Hope of catching a glimpse at its glories. Air was its Interior unworthy of the curiosity. A1i-thatart and wealth could give Topra Hure effect was there. A a Gold and Silver vhso3-Ond cups a says one w Lio saw the place a a a Are so numerous hero that Thoy Dazzio tho eve and when Ono looks Ardwind him at tho Chi pets and learns and ornaments which dec rate the room to May almost imagine that we stand in the Treasury of some Oriental Pri Noo so riches consist entirely in vases of Gold and Silver enriched with precious stones of a Voy sort from the Ruby to the such was sleek for of foothill. With an income of Moro than d�100,000 per annul he 8cemoil above the a Verso Fortuno. Who would have ventured to style All this Prosperity evanescent tis tho my Ragor a a a Doir depreciation in the weit India property took place. Some Law suits terminated unfavourably in Liko on tho princely the Gates which had refused admittance to a Monarch Wero rudely thrust open by a sheriff s officer. The mansion erected at so vast an expense was sold. The greater part of its costly treasures were scattered by tho Hammer of the auctioneer and Beckford driven with tho shattered fragments of his Fortunet Spond n solitary old ago in a watering place a there to moralize on tho instability of wealth there to feel How Little a Lemstra the retrospect of negro Tod talents can give and to Point the Oft told moral of vanity of human affairs. To fell it is said in pitied by any. The Tower we Iii he bad Erc Tod at great a Cost fell to the ground Abbey was pulled Down by its new owner. Thus melted away work before the Sun tho extravagant productions of a Man of Nis whole life had been a a sad Iris application of the talents committed to his care and in the end to discovered to had been cheated by the Mirage. Though Beckford a a princely lnviehneo8 Cun Syd him to to talked about All Over the world his Trae claim to remembrance rests upon his talents As an author,.and his Gunias As displayed in tho wild and singular Oriental tale of. ,�?� which is so splendid , of Eastern costume that lord Byron considered it difficult to credit that it an Europi in. And said a even Dei Johnson a a tassels must Bow before or. Beckford was the author he died in the. Year 18-14, aged eighty font years leaving two daughters one of whom is tha present Duchess of Hamilton. His wife was. Lady Margaret Giordon daughter of the Earl of. Anyone. ,. I ,. The boiling of Ray apartment in the i monastery who adds a a was gilded and pain to a the floor spread with persian carpets of tho finest texture the tables decked with Superb Ewers and basins of phased the kith off n which tho dinner was prepared is thus described. A a Stream of water flowed through it Froni we in a wore formed1 Rotor voids containing every kind of River fish. On one Side very heaped up loads of game and Venison is the other Sido were Yogo tables and fruit be endless curio a Long Lino of to Torch extended a Row of ovens and Coloso to a com. Hill pcs of Filo Ateria a flour finer than a Bow books of Silgaro jars of the purest Oil and pastry in various ,. Iho dinner which followed these pro Para mis was served in a Saloon nov Teu with Pio tires and lighted up with a profusion pm a fax tnp is in a of Noos of Silver tho Bah not a Iho adds a a consisted of rank in bad a a a a Ohe ies if every season from diff Era Jitu do Oryx a Tjw Agif Honeo tits Narf a and. Fret awaited tho party a b ,0nr,, pump thous where Vea heal Ligero containing Iho rarest fragrant spices were banded around with s Nahdo of life during tiie tho suns warmth keeps the sea liquid and tho atmosphere a Gas and All the storms which agitato both Are blown by tho mechanical fore of the Sun. He lifts the Rivers Iid the glaciers up Trio mountains and thus Trio Cataract and tho Avalanche shoot with Quot an Energy derived immediately from him -. Thin apr Anil lightening Are also his transmuted strength., he years As i have Nailiu the whole vegetable world and through Iff tho animal tho Milieff of the Field his a workmanship the verdure of the Meadows find tho Eattle upon a thousand Hills. To forms the muscle to urges., the bigot he builds the brain. Ilis Fleo Ness is in. The a. Pass foot in Theta Tithorn he soars in the Eagle to glides in the snpkp., ii s Energy is poured freely into Epan a shut our world is a halting space who re this Energy is conditioned. Hero the proteus works his spells the Solf name a sconce takes i Misiph shapes and Hups dissolves into its primitive and almost formless form. Tho Sun Homes to us an heat to quits is As heat and Between his Entrance and departure the multiform Powers of our Globo they Are All special form of Bolar Power the Moulds into which his strength , in passing from jts source through Infin Quot do. Presented rightly to the mind the djs itudo.,coteries and generalization of modern science constitute a poem Moro sufi to Thondis Overy to new a addressed to the intellect and uni agitation of Man. Tho natural of to Elay May dwell amid conceptions which beggar these of,.milton, i .in.i. A sym a. Fool of. A by the Ufa Kamo of Thomas brow robbed of 81 �220&Quot in Gold find Atria do Hsi Ihu a in hew York a few nights Waineo and he fails to recover tho biggest part of i. Riih destiny of j03ecihne. A toss Phino into osts Ivory body and to gladly give bur readers tho following from a correspondent t of tho Knickerbocker Magazine the history of Napoleon is yet to to written and by an american. The world 1ms been amused with fables of this mat1 of Dos my fables which have Boon translated is Hoir Liqin until Thoy have reached him who now sits upon tho throne of Franco and in pleased with the title a the Man of ibis Tutlo though a Favorito one with ovary class of frenchmen undoubtedly arose from tho Story of Josephine and through fear attached to Napoleon. Though her simple Story is smoothed in tho morn Brilliant Ono of her husband yet it is Well known that Jung before Napoleons admirers claimed for him the great destiny lie finally wooo plish edit was a common Story in Paris what to Are about to toll. ,. 1 ,. It was while almost a thud , in some of her wanderings with her school Matea Camo a Cross a Jagrani Gipsy or. For it Tun ozellor. Tho woman attracted in so to Way toward tho Beautiful child insisted upon1 tolling her Fortune oven against her will and without Reward. She told her that Bho would very so on is a wife a widow and afterwards Queen of Franco. Tho prediction in itself was common enough but As simple As it was it had its off dts upon Josaphine who immediately embraced it As a fact and 00�?o Ltd for a Long Limo think of nothing Elso. When the fulfilment came to tho first part of tho prediction it of course strengthened her in tho Bolof of tho lost and Evon when in prison under sentence of death and her Bod was taken from her at night also fee was to Dio in tho morning Bado her friends have courage that it would not to so and that would sit upon that throne then in ruins Bonrath the bloody foot of Ito a be Sciorra and Whon the sailors in derision called Poji Lier to Namo the maids of Honor that they night he ready when was Queen did so and her nomination was finally full Ltd . On that very night Robo Spirro foil. Had ins downfall occurred Ono week earlier Josephine a husband would not Liao Boon one of his victims Lead to lived Ono Day longer would have been another of them. There was but lapse of time Between her liberation from prison and her marriage to Napo Lood and it was by tits influence that Oxer Tod that to was appointed to the command of tho army of Italy after which tho path that led Thom upward was Olear and open until the fit a tiny upon was .accomplished,.bad the Crown of Franco Ivas upon Hor head a. ,. But Thoro was More Liat jose7 Plino had foretold for herself,.which, was tho utter loss of that Power and rank to a which had Heon so elevated and still while food of Over this to who was a her lord gathered hew Power to hew ambition. She tried to crush it and to Point out what should to his True Aims hut Leo was an emperor and do Siroti to to tho founder new Empire. A. How Well her instincts told her that the Timo was rapidly approaching when that ambition would make him put her away 1 then Camo the close of tho Campaign of 1809, and saw that the hour was approaching still nearer that was to Seal both their fates there was no longer Trio Confidence of tho past Between them no longer the seeking of sympathy and advice. It was on the 20tli of november,.1809, and tho court was especially Gay in Honor of the visit of the offing of Saxony. Josephine sat of tho window of her boudoir looking out upon the River when heard a Stop at tho door and. Rose to receive Napoleon who caught her in his arms with More of the of Don time embrace than had known for months. She led him to tho sofa on which jihad been sitting and seated herself by his Eide. For a few moments there was silk nce and to spoke a Josephine you have been-weeping.1 Are you unhappy a a a no sir 1 not with a nonsense Josephine Why do to sire ? of Jato Yon Arp making these forms overshadow All our a ,. A to lion Why should Thoy not to forgotten by both ? you have now reached that Point of ambition that should Content you turn tho tin quiet god from your bosom and own your own happiness a a a Yon misunderstand me lady a he said quickly raising from his seat and leaning against the window a i am nothing for myself but everything for a it is for. France Napoleon a Bho said drawing. Close to his Sido and taking his hands in hers a that you will put away from you not Only a True wife hut at Rae Friend think not that i. Hyso been Blind Siro to this. My alarmed Heiret has told me All and believe Medhat i , no protest to your will hot .0 sire 1 examine Woll your heart before you .�?T. A a j a. 1 he stood a silent while was. A pending and then with fid turned full upon the streaming Moonlight to drown away his went on. A a and o Giro l Boli ovo to that though i am to leave your throne and your Side i shall to love you deeply for my own Penlop. Thoj Rombro it is that i Load that you will look Well into your heart before you yield your future to bad counsel a. He Drew a Nikoly window and walked Forward to the Centra of the room. A a you tiie Madam 1 i with,Jea?on., the Good of the individual must the Good of Franco. Farewell 1�?�. V a. A a stoic said and Josephine stopped quickly Fri foes the room and aug it his Arm. Drawing him As did so again to tho window. A ibo you Soe that Star,1�?�. And pointed at Olio a that Quot shone with marked brightness. A that is my destiny a by it you have risen. To it was promised a throne. Through to you have it part from a Rao and you foil yes a Fali to,.die in sorrow neglect and exile 1 remember this Napoleon and remember those wot a when it is Tso late to Vexall tho not that no words of mine can prevent a nod almost in terror at her the Early. Da\v�., tho Beautiful Foo of tho Early Dawn tooks in at my casement on to when the bounding Steps of tho timid Fawn dispersing tho pearls of tho Down Lawn Attken tho slumbering Beo. With Silvery Koy a looks the Oast. And steals from tho night away while tho waning stars As they watch her flight a _ Are lost in tho beams of Hor Mustio Light and her Mantle of Pearly Gray. Of commending the example to tho attention of thoughtful people As Ono Bioh us sync tipped by Good taste and which May Well be imitated by when the sudden appear Anee of death in tho midst of a Happy family overwhelms its members with sorrow arid no 34� her Sheok is White As the opening Rose whose petals no color Wear and Day lights fairest and freshest Bloom its purest radiance arid Best Perfumo her glitter Rig pinions Bear. Like pleasure and woo doth Como and so u. And a holy stillness brings fills tho soul with a solemn Awo and bids och soul from to world withdraw to rest on tho King of Kings. Of i Blank As tho gloom of tho fathomless Tomb. Off Aro tho dreary shades of night but Homos with a soft and magic Charm our bosons to cheer and our fears to disarm. And tolls of tho land of night. From the heavens come Down with thy gob den Crown a a cd Waken my sleeping eyes like a Beautiful vision that will not stay when the suns Bright tho Golden Day return to thy native skies. Simplicity in . Who stood Liko a prophetess looking out with eyes of fire upon and then with a heart a lorded almost to Sio Knoss he to prod Avray and loft the room without a word. Ton Days passed before to had the nerve to strike the blow Liat a Rob the Golden Mhairi that bound Eliom and from Tomt Momont Asho afterwards Cunt eased at ,-the fall of Napoleon began until he died a broken he a red a Arlo upon an Island in mid Boa woman of of Shiori is one of the Oasia st thing3 . Fri it a a a buy everything you done two it a Ndu a Quot of drip nothing you grit by Riili Niall a husband who. but Thomo pne loot your children and nurse Lap dogs Quot go to of Huron Evory Timo you 6t % new dress.5,�?T the funeral of tho Veteran actor James w. Wallak in new York was extremely private. Pribilo notice of tho Timo of burial was not Given. The family and immediate relatives of the deceased were apprised of tho Timo of the ceremonies and they Fri Fri present. Half a dozen carriages wore sufficient for the accommodation of All Whoso presence was desired and tho melancholy services were proceeded with without show an who died in this City some time a buried in tho same simple private Way and although there were Many who might have desired to to present a lit to rei lotion taught them that the Obs Quick were conducted with judgment. Tho funeral of another per Oriner who was widely known furnish id it an Rixin Leof tho evils of funerals Condu Tod to the Ordinary Way. Trio House of tho Deoferi Bedias literally Mii bed. Hundreds of persons forced themselves into the cd nit be the dead Somo to perform melancholy duty others to gratify a morbid curiosity. The funeral Ortego was exceedingly Large and Many who attended it Wero not in character nor Pond not a Brodit to the ceremony added to these painful Oire Mstan Oes must have been a very heavy expense entailed upon the family of the deceased which by judicious counsels might have Beon the exp Mes of. Funerals in a City tire growing More handsome every Day. Coffins covered with cloth and decorated with Metal in ornaments Are costly and the sum required for carriages Wero preparations Are Mado for a Large attendance is frequently very when payment is necessary. There Are Many families that they Are Brit doing their duty to the deceased if they omit any of the pomp which is tho luxury of woe. A they weakly suppose that ungenerous will be. Mado upon their., Parsi Iriny and that it May to said that they Grid no affect Ion for the departed. Suor observations May hos Foly disregarded Ocause they Are impertinent. Where tho a head of a family is suddenly called away in Many instances who leaves thobe whom to loved hut poorly provided for. They May Haye i fed a Aux pity but their comforts were attained by. Tho personal services of. Ono who can never labor for them again. With his death this income ceases. They have not Only lost a dear Friend and projector but they have lost capital. Very few families reflect tint the earnings of a husband and father Whilo Thoy can be Given them Are equal to the i Neomy of a Fortune. A Many persons would think themselves Rich if they were possessed a of Twenty thousand dollars yet that amount prudently invested would pro Duco them but twelve Hundred dollars a they Are so fortunate As to rely upon the Ino Eino of Ond whose yearly gains Are no More the less life is to Sherii the same As if Tyrity a thousand dollars of their Means had been suddenly taken from them. A if. They halos Tomoney instead of Thali of which brought Thorn such gains they would to Over whelmed with fear for the future and Ritre Mohmont would be an Immediato subject of study. Why should it not be so when death stops in with a deprivation More serious than the loss of this Point of View it will readily to seen that any inordinate expenditure upon a funeral is not a testimonial of gratitude to the deceased but a thoughtless wastefulness which sullies his memory. a in a family usually leaves besides funeral expert sos debts due by. The deceased in Small or.1 great amounts. Whore the person who Dies is actively engaged in business a settlement of his affairs frequently leads to tho unwell Zoino discovery that instead of being in prosperous circumstance to was actually going behind hand. The payment of his debts May Little for his heirs. A How weak and sinful Tbod will the Lolly of tha a members of it family who have sanctioned a costly funeral App Dir to. Themselves ? How unavailing will h e their regrets Whon want stares Thorn in , and tho future seems shrouded in ghyka. A. Of a so icon is to blame for the Oxtra Avaganos frequently show in this matter for Thoro is Ovon in ,,.whioh a s it of Ita sincerity and compels it to is Imit to hollow artifice. The pro tie of wearing mourning is one of the. Costly subservience to fashion which adds very greatly to , and which yields, the testimony in is which Are de to a tho. and,.in too Many oases considered by the.,.world As an offo station of.,.grief. We Aro glad to. this custom is gradually a pig iotoiai8us0, .and, be by for those Yuho to be to Savod a when it shall on fir Ely cease it Only needs a a few Promin ent a Sain Ples to pageantry of funerals and. To made those ?9l the Nuh Lio notice of tho manner of or. Wal Laoko a funeral have Given us the Opportunity a a stricken 1u0treb. I think your readers says tha Annapolis Eor resp donor of tho Philadelph m press will a Fri in tho following something touching exhibiting As it does All tho deep intensity of a Mother s love. Thoro is a grandeur in the conduct of this prior Lone Molliep whose love hns made her mad who yearn fur Ono her poor faded will never see More than a year ago her son a member of a Connecticut regiment was taken prisoner and confined at Andersonville. A Short time no Terwand Devoral wore exchanged. A is Mother in Connecticut hearing of it a and believing tit if Jio was among tho number left her desolated Homo and Camo to role which is situated two Miles from Annapolis to seek her treasure among tugboat he his landed on . \ waited wearily waited Day after Day for the coining of her boy but though Many Carao to was not among them. A Hope deferred Marketh the heart sick and so it was with her. Broken hearted with constantly recurring disappointments i cry mind already Ehalen by grief at Jast gave Way. Ever since Roro than six months has been stopping in this Ciyi How or where i know a but. X. A during nil tins time comes to info Fri to of or. \ nude Kieft the surgeon in charge to ascertain Heth of any boat leads of released prisoners have arrived. When the last a none in seemed overjoyed and went from a be Oton toss Kecton in gory and anxiously but her Eon was not Therri acid each Day wont wearily Hack to her Home. Tho Good hearted surgeon although he knows and he has told her Many times that her Eon had been officially reported dead still answers her every Day the same monotonous a a no to comes alway. Provided with a shirt a pair of drawers Panta loons boots and Cap and when informed that her Bon has not yet arrived goes Down the a rave led path across tho Lawn to. Tho very with for making Suir these gentlemen test tho Malter on a grand scale. During tho fall of 1803 and tho Spring of 18g4 Ono Hundred acres of land were prepared and planted Vith seed imported by themselves from e Arripe. Tho season was unfavourable owing to tho exons Sivo drouth and yet the1 yield of beets was believed to be about fifteen tons per acre. Or. Belchor of. Tho Chicago sugar refinery Ana lazed Somo of tho boots Ami found them to Oun Tuin twelve and one Hali per cent of Crys tall Zablo sugar eight per cent could to extracted and that is by no Means and improbable estimated tho yield of sugar would be Over Twenty five Hundred pounds per Aero. The beets harvested tho Juico ext Rao ted the by rip boiled Toa certain consistency and the st Tsoui refinery feb future a. a a a treatment and the Public Aro not Ira formed at last grow dim her strength fails and with of the Cost of rain ing the beets or the Stehl the empty void to Hong in her breast of i How of actual work Rig. A. From tho Palm Tal agon, slowly turns to depart. The Ken to conceal the result doubt but it was Ono of it Success. Iti Yonh of . End of the a Ong wharf. There stands looking Over tho Broad Waters of thou Chesa a Cako for fully an hour. Clad Ever in the panic neat dress and closely fitting Bonnet a my of Giraos wistfully longingly the Blue water is if her very eagerness would hasten on the. Bark imagines bears Back to her her child. But jipr.tear�?Tswojlen.-Eyos a beet Squall. The Chick Ign 2y��e� re views at some length tho various efforts Mado in tho Fyee Tern states to product sugar from heetb., of tho moot successful experiments tho editor Bays during the Winter of ibg�-02, William it Osborn president of Thoi Dunois Central flail Way and. William h. Bolo her of the Ohio go sugar refinery imported from Juopo several Hundred pounds of a Boot seeds of tho Best sugar producing Fri Kiotie which they distributed gratuitously Morig tho Farmers of the Northwest with a View of encouraging i soul Ture and escort asinine the adapt ability of the soil and climate of Trio Northwest to its production and of noting the effect of the Peen imn flies of tho soil of different a tested tho beets grown in different portions of Illinois Wisconsin and Eastern Lowa and in All instances obtained the most Gratifying thou Ltd to that tho entire and of tho soil and ii Prato of to lib so states to tho cultivation of the Eugar product my Licet Aud Taro Success of Ivery intelligent extort to product sugar in paying quantities irom it is placed beyond All question. Abide Froni this Thuro has been Ono or find Experiment in this state conducted at a expense of �50,o�s0 of which however it is tho impossibility to obtain any results from the interested parties. Tho Pitr Tiea Are to Gen Nert and Broth Ore of new York City vrho after having visited Europe and Given tho personal examination,.looated at Fiat Swirth living ton county Illinois on tho Lino of tho Peoria an Oquawka Railroad some Hundred Miles from Chicago a purchasing at this Placo twelve Hundis 1. Acres of land erecting a refinery one Hundred and if j in �>0 a of it w a process can he a applied As Well to it a i h of Beers let on or tur Neloff Fristo a the o of Gas wanted just aft a Niu Mcd and to faster. Rogn latin i-00? byte Vecty Ingen ious Reg atm contrivance. In writer Oil. S. A a a he at from a stove of and kind a Fri a Hyp to Oating Tell fast interfering with Othor operations. In summer it m a into a rasped by Ltd air a ask which forces iata.11 Reservoir Ernst Ruotol with Finnart ments a which the air travels on a surface Folph i ?b0tt be eighth of a an Inch to depth absorbing in its course nod hol Dineto suspension a current of we a the can to a House through who and to7 p �le-3�?T Ood Trolie 1 a a to la Essaf Way a a a Ron Chinery is so constructed Iti said or crude the possibility of non Losis a i the so role am Gay is h�rnr�s0 by fr0� a thre feet i liner is Winter and Moro a Hiliarie andean to obtained at less than half tho Oost if it Fula ,"10�?T t a non Tori. Is a nost and important one. To quote Civo the Nar find the n stated in the a Lionel an sol. A a. Her Send a it new Orleans Erk the follow to foot Long and Ono bundled feet Wido and ,d0.ld, of a a a Davidson slate a the Mam a building fifty feet High supplied of i to rte Bei oms Durins the late raid. Emu left Baton Rouge under general a d d a by te-�0,d Illino a ca5�?Ta>ry, Cora Man ded by the lieutenant colonel was ordered Thor into a t a Plain by Ady int0 Frank Unton. About too Miros West of the town there is a Lioe Ooth Quot a Quot a the rns Pho Road from ? andr j ast. Of tho regiment re rioted son sh.,11 meet poor crazed Brokon hearted Mother never this Side tho hither chord _. Life. A a /. 4�?Tho following upon life says Trio bulletin occurs in a Sermon delivered Zhyrov. E. E. Adams in the North Hureh on last sunday evening is life in tho Lichen Liat clings to Trio shaded Rock and drinks the Cool drops of the Mountain Thore is life in tho Firo ily that lights up. The Marsh with his evening Ray there is Lite in tho Lark that hails thai Orion Sun Mortl Sweet and not less glorious than Trio notes Rind Beethoven there is life in who shakes the wilderness with his terrible Roar sending horror through every wild pulsing Hort there is life i a the Rife Glo As a he sits in solitary grandeur on his Alpino height or sails on steady Pinion. that Crown tha Andes there is still Lingher life in the speechless child just opening its Little eyes to the Light and. Breathing its Bri Hood glorious in its Freeli ambition a its untamed us pairings Thore is life in girlhood tho Charm of innocence and Beauty playing on tho Cheek As if the smile of god were Thoro there is life. In Rii unhook and in tho herculean Arm in the brow that rivals Jove a and the that shoots out tho Firo of Mars. Measure if you a can the Metal life of. Flatow Tom depth and Compass of fathom and inor til depth of closes and Paul. Talco tho life of humanity let it to rope sen cd by All its Best qualities in a single human being. Give him tho Frame of Samson of lord Bacon Trio soul of Payson or , the he Autv and Grace of Alcibiades tho song of or Mozart a the oratory of Cicero or Pericles or Clay the Devotion of Daniel or Paul Trio executive Genius of Alexander tho Selonen. Of Humboldt tho statesmanship of Washington and Trio social nature of Burketh Jim Sio of Shaks Jeftro Alvo he Ivaly of Gus Esti unating that in Sead of yielding High f per cent of tho tire Avo and Eno half per cont. Of sugar font joined the beets yielded Only six and Ono half por cent or Huta trifle Over Ono half of the sugar contained and their arrangements must Honvo Sceri vory imperfect if they did not in extracting that Quantity and tho yield1, would he two thousand pounds to the Aero Worth five hundred1 dollars in other words tho Ono Hundred acres yielded a pro duo Worth fifty thousand dollars i. A a a tho Junction Thero was a wedding party crib non from the South. The party Oon Sisie of the Brkl a and Groom four officers seeing Mcruz of army. Aad ave lad ies so i i Goy tho Coio nol of tho second ordered them to halt upon which tho Mande do to run a both tho Coio ool commanded tho Advance of his regiment to fire and give Chase it when the firing be ran the ladies placed themselves Between Thoo Oriton Iraq Fin try Fly a a t�10 Ellno Ismini being too Gallant to fire upon ladies had no alternative Effner a a ? Rebeir do a i �?T-,.v Ihori Nso last a of ufos 7 so a cd Rasu cd in tto capture of tho entire party except tho Bride. Sho to nuns Adolphus and the piety of of Thiol or of Joseph arid let. Lam stand Forth among his species to do Fondi Tohy a lighter to win., shed hip Ligpit Over the Earth. Let him Reform governments it Rius Toms awaken thoughts banish abuses Olev aft life and fill the now inspiring grateful holy sentiments feelings and resolves. Let him impart some thing of his great nature to humbler mortals let him speak in majesty and tender loss to us and to before us the inv the truth and tho life the a a highest Standard of manhood a the living depository of. All human greatness arid goodness All that is mighty in the Arm of Man All that is profound in his into Leot and All. . Beautiful in love All that is Friendship is sub Inland Blissful in holiness and j will Tell soft that the life of,ohtist.�8 infinitely Moron Angels Chi Init reach Uno wit it is tho life of,.god. Dwelling in the soul a it is i lines that no that fills every capacity and expels every fear. It is eternal life in fullness in variety in Beauty in strength in Joy in Quality in if Tliere-,i8 anything by a pitiful in nature anything of bolted in Charar Tor great in thought arid achievement it is in this life. I Foj Trio Days when servants were bought Rind sold to service in mass bin setts a is y Ell Nso in South Carolina my or find Enthor pm d in a his Fatti ily. Jin Urieta Rixis Darkey called or Wurst a Dinah a a a now Dinah we s fair to arid after sundry flirtations received Dri her eight Erith year a Bonavide offer from a Woli to do Sambo of a a and Lifto him Dinah a a Kedmy Grandfather of tho fair Only Quot a a Tori old Massa a was the grinning reply of Why he a just in his prime.�?�. A a a yes mas Iii Hub Himo by Vohen did Fth got Hor prime dish 7is Hab to prime at All to the Enston sri Fini has an. Artioli Ahr iut Ben butler.�?�., there ainu to any a i a poet Brin Butler any�?~mbrof1 frit airily Ben a is a poor general but jaw hts or Sisaya he is surprisingly a Man. It Thorild say a a poor general,5�?T but a a Rioh the store of a gothic Arm . Paris journal publish s a strange history of and old gothic Arm was sold recently it the Publio auction rooms in tho pro a foot. Tho article in que Iii Quot a a richly Orna invented was. Presen ted kor to Maria Xingu a boudoir. After tho Denali of tho Ein pics of Austria it was print in conformity with her desire to Queen Mario Antoinette of France. And was subsequently used by Louis Xvi during his. Imprisonment in the after the Kings tragic al death glory h is Yale de Shambre Holamo its owner and took it to England Oliero it successively became the property of the Prince Regent and afterwards of tho Duke of Cumberland. Trio latter took it with him to Berlin and there sent it to an upholster for repair. The Workman to Wiliom it was. Entrusted found in tho stuff Fiig of. A sent it Diamond pin the portrait of a Bov and several sheets of closely written manuscript. The Maul sold the pin and gave the portrait and papers to a watchmaker of his acquaintance. Some years Lator,.the watchmaker whose name was nou Gorff on Deavo fed to pass i himself off As Louis Lxvii and produced the papers and portrait in support of his pretensions. After making some noise in Franco and then in Belgium where he Tost his son who called hims Elf Trio Duko of Normandy he went to Java in 1853, and died there1. The Workman who found the portrait and documents kept his secret till just before this Doab when he revealed the whole to his family. One of.his relatives having. Ascertained that tho chair was still at Bortiri purchased it and sold it Toa French traveler who carried it to Paris whore it ultimately. Amo into Possession of an , of an Asylum for Tiia aged lately deceased it has now been sold by auction with tho rest of her effects. Straightened is Ietna we to her horse and outran tho Squadron a the i a i to was brought into the town a �0.�?o5aid, a Floer offered tho Brid Gorrim lift r1ium t0 ben1 air tho Bride and finish the wedding if to desired Bat the offer was. Pm Hetely declined. Truly there is a a Many a Blip tout tho cup and the.lip._mai.coi.m�?Ts is a tale told us ,0d, Malcolm Slack Eathy who lived at Cam Beltan nil was a very pions and intelligent Man. His wife was dead and his children a were scattered around under the Saipt roof with him lived an old woman named Kato Mae Yaohin but a partition Leo rated Thorp two rooms it was so thin however that they wore enabled to Eon Verso together without leaving their own going to give you a bit of advice Kate a i said he. Well a replied Krite Quot let me Hoar it toys a hey Given Many then my advice to Yori Katoji said How is that Yon give a give up Pray , who was it very pi0d8 person. Why. What a bad Iran you music he Ivy al a advise me to give -up.praymg�?�l.�?4 Baid he you Muat give up Culm to a a yes Kate praying or else you must give up Hoard you scolding your other neighbor yes Troen and you must either give1 up scolding a or praying for you May depend upon it they cannot do together a Kute be fiame very thoughtful and the said Malcolm was quite tight so kept her praying and did away Altu her scalding. A the i noticed a says or frafik1 Lin a a Raech Anio among others at work on Adious erecting but a Little Way from my office who always appeared to to merry humor who had a kind word arid cheerful Sunlo for every Ono he met. Let a the Day to Ever so Verild gloomy a or in riles Happy smile Liko a sep Besiri Rin his Cho Erfal conto Ciarico. A meeting him one morning i asked him to Tell me tho Sebret of his Happy flow of spirit. A a my. Store to doctor who i plied 16. That i. Have got one of the. Best m to Frork. Alwn a fail great Point to to gained to secure Sloop is to escape froth thought Ospe scially from that clinging Tori Avious imperious thought which in Post. Cases of wakefulness has Possession Quot of. Tho mind i ii ways effect this following simple promos s a i Tirri Triy oyo balls As far to Trio right or loft or upwards or downwards As i can without pain and then commence slowly with that divergence Lino of Quot vision around in their socket Jand Continuo doing so until i fall asleep Wahidi occurs generally within Throe minutes always within five at Trio Trio immediate effect of this procedure differs Froni that of any other that i have Evor heard to a Procuro Sloop. It not merely diverts tho thought into it now Channel but actually suspends it since i Beamo award of. This i Havre Endri Avord innumerable times Whilo thus rolling my eyes to think upon a Piirto Rilar sri Jeri arid even upon that which be for a a a pm mrs awriko.but t could riots Long As they a Ppd around my mind was Hlat Jjlia. If any this lot Hini try the . I wish to would lot him Padieo just hero and make it. I Venturo to assure Hin that make3 i Iii Good Faith a in by Manor described the Promise of a of a Penny for his thoughts a or for each of them who Itol Thi operation is in Progress will cd Dory Liti Lri to hip Foo Fth Ispa a being its effect we Oor Inot wonder a lift it should bring sleep to and Wake fax Man at Iii Vlf 1 tia valid Irtz Antr or to worry Erin. Wives and when has a kind word of Encoh a Geinert for me and wharf Homo Itie ets me with n. Go Homo meets to with a Smi o and a kiss and then Toa is Sanro to to ready and has a Drine so Mariy lilt Lri things throng to Trio d�7 to Loiso me that. I. Cannot find it in my heart to spank an unkind word to any body a what an influence then hath woman Over tho heart of Man to. Soften it and make it the Fountain of Ohe Worful arid Puro emotions ,. Speak gentle then a a Happy smile and a kind word of. Greeting after the toils of the Day Are Over Cost nothing and go far towards making a Home Happy and. a Quot Raj philosophy very site pie. J a de Spoti Oion t Itri tho �kind1 by half Aton Sprinson of Tif Yoli or labor a Wear a la a a jays the if a it st tho Strain upon its fax Ultis i retrieved to Fallo asleep As the Farmer in his Obair after toiling All Day in his Fields j Esy shilla Hor of tho Orpet bag tolls tha following outrageous gun Story speaking to Day with a Sun of1 a gun regarding , lie told to a singular inst Ueo Ula gun hanging Firo which w6ra it not fur his Well known veracity i should feel disposed to doubt. He had snapped his gun Jat a Grey Squirrel and the can had exploded. And the piece not going off to took it rom his shoulder looked Down in tho barrel and saw tho charge just starting when bringing it to his shoulder again it went off a arid killed the Sapir Sci. A / a. A free a of . S. Drake Drift of Trio Stock company now performing at tho Ope a Iio Uso in Winein Nattini was Mado Hoir by in Rin Ali most fabulous num Bor of worthless a Irginia Arris rather an in a Oumer ribs thai otherwise to what now prov of a Yalu Ahlo tract to their i fortunate a nor last Iati Day to received a letter from a prospecting of Tripany who have found Oil ups in hio.,promises, offering him tho sprig Little stiff of $270,00 Cash for his pro Irineos. A a Gsg a it by la a Quot in try a Connie Otious Man. Has vented of watch which is simpler Iri Ita Irion Hanisi than Ordinary watches and will ran 378 Days with onto winding

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