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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - February 12, 1852, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaBig oho Beatton. A a Lott country May it always us Rio it but right or wrong our Carlisle pa., thursday february 12, 1852. At $3 00 feb Annok. in if the world keep moving Forward a. Like an army marching by. Hear you not in heavy Footfall that rebound eth to the any 7 Eom bold a defers Bear the banners. Soule of sweetness Chayut the song Lins . A make tre timid hearted Strong i a Xii a Brave spirits we Imrch Forward if you linger or turn Back a. A Yoo must look to get a jostling Wirtle you Itald upon the track keep in step. My Good neighbor. Matter standstill. I Gate on a sit goes not Quito sure that he i dreaming. In repose a nothing Good a to says can Issue prom this endless a moving on. A ancient Laws and institutions Ware decaying or Are gone a Are Rushing on to ruin a v i Lynnr Load. New tangled Way while be Speaks it thousand voices As the heart of Une Man say keep in step a a a gentle neighbor will you join its a or return to Nuil old ways 7 take again the Fig Leaf apron a of old Adams ancient Days or Bee none a Hardy Bra tune. A Beard the lion in his Lair a and tie Down in Dainty slumber. A Wrapp d in Kilna of shaggy mar. Rear the hut Anvid the Forest a. Smith the wave in Light Canoe. A i see i you do nut like it �?T�.1 Tbs a if Theta old Way Awong to. Keep in step. Be assured Good master standstill All Wise Providence designed aspirations und progressions. I for the yearning human mind Geo rations loft their blessings it in the relics of their skill. Generations yet Are longing. For a greater glory still. Arid he shades of our Lort athers a a Are but jealous of our deed we but follow where they been. We but go where they do Lead i a a a j keep la step. One detachment of our army. 4. May encamp upon the Hill a a a while another in the Valley May enjoy its own Sweet will. This May answer Toone watchword that May Echo to Ann Lucr but in Unity and Concord a i thay discern Tuat each is brother. Breast to Preast they re marching upward in a Good now peaceful Way you la be jostled if you Hon do a 6o done to offer let or slay keep instep. . The cousins. By miss Mitford. Lawyer Molee Worth was a Rich landlord in crash Lear the native town of mias Milford. He had two daughters to whom his pleasant House owed its chief attraction. Agnes was a Beautiful woman Jessy wat a prey girl the fond father intend fed Thatje Susey should marry a poor relation one Char Luis Woodford. Charges had Bee brought up by. His uncles kindness and bad recently returned into the fatally from a great office in Charles was to be the immediate partner and the eventual Suo Resaor to the flourishing business or his Benefactor whose regard seemed fully justified by the excellent conduct and remarkable talents of the orphan Nephew. Agnes who secretly obtained an affection for Charles was destined by her Halbur for a Young baronet who had lately Boscn Tiuch amp a the House. Out in affairs of love As in All others says miss. Milford Man is both to disappointments., so found poor or. Molesworth who Jessey having1 arrived at the age of eighteen and Charles at that of two end Twenty offered his pretty daughter and the lucrative partnership to his penniless relation and was petrified with astonishment and Indiana tide to find the connection very respectfully declined. The Young Man was very much distressed As he had the highest respect for miss Jossey but could not marry Here he loved to Holder and then he poured Forth n Confidence As it was undesired by his incensed Pairon who left him of amp la and increased perplexity. R the interview had taken place immediately after breakfast and when the conference ended the a provoked father sought his daughters who Happi a unto Niclous of All that had occurred were amusing themselves in their splendid conservatory a Sheho always As becoming As it is agreeable to youth and Beauty. Jessey about like e Butterfly among the fragrant Orange Trees and Bright geraniums. Agnos was standing under a of Superb Oschida that Hung Over a urge Marble a Eibin he form and attitude her White dress and the classical arrangement of her dark hair giving her a lock of some Nymph or Naid a rare Relio of gee Cist Art. Jessey was prattling gaily As she wandered about of r concert they had attended the evening before at the country town. A a i hate concerts a said the pretty Little flirt a to sit Boll upright on a hard Bench for four hours be a to wry in the same four people without the possibility of moving or speaking to any body or any body a getting to us. Ohl How tiresome it is a �?o1 saw sir Edmund trying to slide through the cry wid to reach you a said Agnes a Little archly a this presence would perhaps have mitigated the evil but the barricade was too Complete he was forced to tet rest without accomplishing his of a a yes 1 assure you he thought it very tiresome he told the so when we were coming out. And then that music a pursued Jessey a the noise they Call music 1 sir Edmund says that he likes no Mdse except my guitar or i flute on the Wales and 1 like none except your playing on the Organ Handel on a sunday evening or Charles Woodfords Reading Milton and bits of Haislet a. A a do you Natl that Musio a asked Agnes laugh a ing a and yet a continued she a it is most truly so with his. Rich pasta like voice and his Fine sense of sound and to you who do not greatly love for its Sake it a doubtless a pleasure much la Seibling in kind that of the most thrilling Nielo files on the noblest of instruments. I myself amp be Buoh a gratification in hearing that voice recite the verses of Homer and Sophocles in the original greek Charles Woodford s Reading is Musio a. A it is Muslo which neither of you Are Likely to hear again interrupted or. Molesworth advancing suddenly towards them a for he has been ungrateful and have discharged Agnes stood As if petrified. A ungrateful of father in. A Yod san to have discharged him to be sure papa a a Aid Jessey always Good natured a a poor Obs Les what Dan he Havo done a a refused your hand my child a said the angry Parent Taf used to be my partner and son in Law Tad fallen in Lovo with another lady what have you to say to him now 1�?� a a Why re Aliy. Papa a sold Joast by. A a la a much to to obliged to him for refusing my hand than to you for1 offering it i like Charles Woll enough for a Cousin but i should not like such a husband at All so it be the worst that has happened there a no great harm and Ott the Gypsey rank declaring Ehe must put on habit far she had promised to ride with sir Edmund and Hll a a liter and expected them Overy minute. A remained. The father and the favorite daughter in the the hurl i. In of Chod however a a a Aid or. Molesworth looking after her with a smile. Untouched by Charlee Woodford undoubtedly replied Agnes a but has he really refused my sister a j j a undoubtedly a. A and does he love another 1�?� a a the says he does and i believe a a is he loved again a that he did not say a. A a a. A did he Tell the name of the lady 1�?� a do you know her a a is she Worley of him a. A most worthy.�?�. He any Hope of gaining her after Lions a Uhi he must be must what woman could refuse Hilya the is determined not to try the lady whom he loves is above him Iri every Way and As much As he has counteracted my wishes it is an honorable part of Charles Woodfords conduct that he intends to leave his affections unsuspected by Ufa object.�?�. Here ensued amp Short Patrise in the dialogue Dur she which Agnes appeared to be trying to occupy herself with collecting the blossoms Ofa Cape jessamine and watering a favorite Geranium. But it would not do the subject was at her heart and Sale could not Force her mind to indifferent occupations. She returned to her father who had been anxiously watching her countenance and resumed the conversation. A father a Pornapa it is hardly Mardenly to avow at much but although you never Havo in Sot words told me your intentions it have Jet seen and knew i cannot Teli now. Alt Thel your kind partiality towards us has designed for Yoiiro children. You have mistaken me Dearest fut Lior doubt edly mistaken me first in supposing me fit to fill a splendid place in society next in Tro gaining that i desired such splendor Yutt meant to give Jessey and the lucrative partnership to Charles Woodford and designed me and your Large possessions to Yoor wealthy and titled neighbor. And with Little change of person these arrangements May yet hold Good. Sir Edmund May still to Sotir ton in Law and heir for he loves Jessey and she loves him. Charles Woodford May still a bur partner and adopted son for nothing has changed that need diminish your affections or his Merit. Marry him to the woman to loves. She must be ambitious indeed if she be not Content with such a destiny and let. To live with you dear father single and Unwe dded with no thought but to con. Tribute to Ybur Comfort and to cheer and brighten your declining years. Do not let your too great fondness for Tae stand in the Way of their happiness make to not so odious to them and to myself dear father let me live always with Jou end for you a always your own Agnes and blushing at the earnestness with which she had spoken she Bent her head Over the Marble Basin whose Waters reflected her fair image As Fisho had rosily been the grecian statute to which while to listened her fond father compared Bor. Lot. Me live Tingle with you and marry Charles to the woman he love six have you heard the name of the lady in question 7 have Jou formed any guess whom she May bet. You May see Here at least you Inay see her reflection at this very moment for to has had the Infinito presume Plikun the Admi Rohlo Jornod Laste-f11 in Tove with ills Cousin Agno or a futher a. 1 and now my own sweetest do you still wish to live single with me of father father a. 1 or do you desire that i should marry Charles to the woman of his Hoart 7 father dear father choose my Agnes it shall be As you command. Speak freely. Do not cling around me. Out a Peak. Of my dear Fathor cannot to All live together ? i cannot leave you. But poor Charles surely Deas father we May All Uve together Ard so it was settled and a very few months proved that love hid contrived better for Molesworth than he had done for himself. Jessey with her prettiness and her title and her Fopp Riefe was he thing to visit for a Day but Agnes and the Cousin whose Noble character and talents had so Well de served her Mado the Pride and happiness of his Home no. 36 a Lewis Wetzel a Pioneer settler of Wester Pennsylvania Flo Caty of printers. At a banquet Given in Commora lion of the birthday of Benjamin by Tho now York Typo graphical society or. Bio Klow editor of the evening Post made to following singular and to the Craft Gratifying abatement the said that he esteemed Ilan Honor at All times to appear a the representative of the press. He Eato emed it lie More when he enjoyed it by sin inv lotion of Tho society of printers. One reason Why be would make that distinction he . Six or seven years a go he had the Honor of being appointed inspector of the slate prison at sing sing. It Lay in Tho line of his duty to observe the antecedents and peculiarities of the inmates of that institution. He found there some nine Hundred persons of every nation of both sexes of every color of All Agos except the very Young who wore exempt from prison penalty be found representatives of every Grade of der ally and every denomination of crime and representatives of every imaginable business Art and calling or life save one and that calling was the Art of printing. There was not in that institution during the to lire years he was connected with it nor had Thero been for a Quarter of a Century consigned to a Marble jaws a Tingle a Otter of types. Thore were carpenters tailors masons Shoemakers inc Sun. Tants brokers doctors and yet there was not a Prin ter among them. There Woro also lawyers there and to said it with mortification that one member of that profession waa now there paying Tho penalty of a crime for which to had not the poor apology of poverty. And there Wes also there a Clergyman but there was not and Nover had Beon a Printer. There waa something in the fact Worth considering. By the total a compliment is paid the press As the but. Wark Orihue representative system. Timo would not allow him to speak of it it he Cuttle wish. He was forced to conclude by a empty proposing a the memory and Honor often tolling which is unrepresented in the state prison.�?�. Among the Many heroes of Border warfare Lewis petrel holds no inferior station. Inured to hard. Ships while yet in boyhood and familiar with Allsho varieties of Forest adventure from Bat of Bunting the Beaver and the Bear to that the of wily Indian he Beca me one of the most celebrated marksmen of the Day. His form was erect and of that height a is adapted to activity being very muscular and ibs seized of great bodily strength. From constantes Torcise he could without fatigue Bear prolonged cd violent exertion especially that of running and wok. Ing and he had by practice acquired the Artof loading his Rifle when running at full Speed by web the Forest and Wheeling on the instant he it Ould discharge it with unerring aim at the distance of am try a a a into a Mark not larger than a Dollar. Tons Art be has been known to prac.  1, Quot Ltd a re la killing the it it bul Lull eur Oll a cd in 11,0 dark. A part would certainly escape. A. Non As dinner the True in. R0d la d0j�?T Ato it a a i0� electing h it dlr and Keliel the , he both fired at the eema Lime each killing i. he Joung Man Rushing Forward knife in hand to relieve the Young woman while petrel reloaded his inn and pushed in Pursuit of the two surviving in. Diane who had taken to the Wood until they could ascertain the number of their enemies. Wetxel. As soon Asho saw that to was discovered discharged his Rico at random in order to draw them from their co. Iii a re orind finding Iho selves unhurt the indians rushed upon him before he could apm reload. This waa As he wished. Taking to his heels Wetzel loaded a he ran and suddenly it Ihrk a the remaining Indian seeing the Fate of his com tip. Ltd. Pinion and that his enemy a Rifle Wes unloaded i a a Quot p Foci Wilh Frlj a Uii cd Forward will a. Energy the Pru Peol of Success. A Marksman of Superior skill was in thou of Days estimated by the other Borderers Muerb in the same Way that a Knight Templer or a Knight of the Orosi who excelled in the tournament or the Barg it want valued by Bis contemporaries in Tho Days och Valry challenges of skill often took place and Manshaen who lived at the Dia Tanco of fitly Miles or Moi i from each other frequently met by appointment to accuracy of their aim on bets of considerable a Wetzel s Fame had spread far and wide Asih your babies not or thirty five years ago Thoro resided in the town of Hebron a certain or. T. Who became very Inoh enamoured Ofa heal Lull Young lady who resided in the same town in due course of time Thoy were engaged to be married. The doctor was a Strong and decided presbyterian and his lad love was a Strong and Doel Dod Baptist. They were sitting together one evening talking of their approaching he tuis when the doctor remarked a i am thinking my dear or two events which i shall number amongst Ihbe happiest of my life. And Pray what May they be dr.? remarked the lady. A one is the hour Whon i shall Call you Wilfo for the aral time. And the other f it is when we shall present oar first born for baptism what sprinkled a. Yes my dear sprinkled. Never shall a child of mine be sprinkled 1�?T. Every child of mine shall to sprinkled they shall be has a yes my levs.�?T. Well sir 1 Oan Tell you then fast your babies won a be my babies. So a Good night Tbs lady left the Robin and Tho do Ondr left the House the sequel la this a True a Story wis that the doctor never married ind the lady is an old Sondhi uhf fax the Lunt. Roll expert and unerring shot of the Day. It of Hanckel that amp Young Man a Fow years younger than hims lived on Dunkard s Creek a tributary of the a Wahela River which Waters Ono of the earliest Menta Region Hoard of his Fame and was also an expert woodsman and it first rate shot Tho Best in his settlement he became very desirous of an Opportunity for a trial of his skill. So great was his desire that he Ono Day shouldered his Rifle and whistling his faithful dog to Hia tide started for the neighbourhood of Wortzel who at that time lived on Wheeling Creek when about Halfway on his journey a Fine Bpck sprang up just before him. He levelled his inn with his usual precision but the Deer though badly i. Muted did not fall Doad in his tracks. His faithful dog loan seized him and brought him to the ground but while in Tho act of doing this another dog sprang from the Forest upon the same door and his Mai Tor making Al Tho Samo Timo from Bce Lod a tree with a loud voice claimed the properly because to had been wounded by Hia shot and a sized by his so happened that they both fixed at once at this Deere a thing which May very easily happen where two Active men Are Hunting upon the same ground although one May fire at he distance of fifty Yards and the other at Ono Hundred. The dogs Felt the same spirit of rivalry and quitting Tho Deer which was already dead fell to worrying and tearing each other. In separating to dogs Tho strange Hunter happened to strike that of the Young Man. The old Dago Quot strike my dog strike me Quot arose in fall Force and without farther ceremony Oxcell a few Hearty Curacy he fell upon the Hunter and hurled him to the ground. This was no sooner done than he found Hii Solf turned and under Hia stronger and More powerful antagonist. Discovering he was no match at this play the Young Man appealed to a trial by rifles saying it waa too much like dogs for men and Hunters to fight in this Way. The stranger assented to the trial but old Hia Anta nut Ltd to Kafir a in up i a a or a a a a what news Zofe to do with the Rifle saying to was of much his Superior to thought with that weapon As he Wes in bodily strength. To bade him place a Mark Tho Ezic of a shilling on the Sido of a huge Poplar that stood bes do them from which to would Start with his Rifle unloaded and running a Hundred Yards at full Speed he would Load it at to ran and Wheeling would Dis charge it los tally into the Centre of the Mark. Tho fast was no sooner proposed thin performed the Ball entered the Cen lie of Tho diminutive target. Aston laced at Hia activity and skill Hie antagonist instantly inquired his name. A a Lewis Wetzel at your service a answered the set Igor. Tho Young Man seized him by to hand with All the ardor of Youthful admiration and at Onee acknowledged his own info Lori to. So charmed was to with Wetzel s frankness skill and Fine personal Ftp Paranee that to insisted upon his returning with him to the settlement on Dunkard s Creek that he might exhibit his talents to h a own family and the Hearty Bac woodsmen his neighbors. Nothing Loath to such an exhibition and pleased with the Energy of Hie new acquaintance Wetxel consented to accompany him shortening the Way. With their Mutual Alee of Hunting excursions find hazardous contests with the common enemies of their country. Among Othor things we tool stated that his manner of distinguishing the footsteps Ofa whits Man from Tho Toofan ind Law although cd Herod Wolti moccasins and intermixed Wilh the Raeke of Savage lie had acquired this fact from closely examining tie manner of placing Tho coi the Indiati stepping will his feel in parallel Linos and first bringing the too to the ground while the White Man almost invariably places his feet at an Angle with the line of an Opportunity they Little expert of soon gave Roon to put Hia skill to the trial. Of rothing the Young Man s Home which they did that Day they found the dwelling amp smoking ruin and All to family lying murdered and scalped except a Young woman who had been brought up in he family and to whom Hoyoung Man was ardently attached. She had Bein taken away alive As was ascertained by examen he he Trail of the Savages. Wetzel discovered that the party consisted of three Indiana and a Renegado White Man a fact not in Comton in those Early Days who for Crimo or the love of revenge the while outlaw Ltd to Tho Savages and was adopted on trial into their tribe. A it wee past Tho Middle of the Day the nearest assistance Atill at Louie considerable distance and a there were Only four to contend with they deeded on a it land Pursuit. As the deed had very recently bean done Tilly hoped to overtake them in their lamp hat night and perhaps before they would Orosa the of to River to we Ipoh Tho indians always retreated after a Suposs Faful incursion considering Iho selves in a manner Safe when they had crossed to lie right ban at that tune wholly occupied by the Indian Tribus. I ardent and unwearied was the Pursuit by tin Youthful huntsmen the one excited to recover lift lost Mie Tross the other to assist his now Friend a to take revenge far Tho taught or of ids a Slang Tor end revenge being to daily business of the Borderers tills portentous period. Wetzel followed the Trail with the unerring Eaga Eily of tilts bloodhound and just at dusk traced the fugitives Tol noted War path nearly oppose to tie Mouth of the Caplina croak emptying into the Ohio which Mol to their disappointment they found Tho indians Hal crossed by forming a raft of logs and Brush Miheli dual manner when at a Dia Tanco from their Vii loge by examining carefully the appearance of the of Post the a Hore they soon discovered the fire of an in Dlan Camp in a hollow Way a Fow rods from the River. Lest the noise of constructing a raft should alarm the indians and give notice of the Pursuit Tho two Hardy adventurers determined to swim Tho Stream a few Roda below. This they easily accomplished both of them being oboe Lent swimmers fastening their clothes and ammunition in a bundle on the top of their heeds with their rifles resting on their left hip they notched the oppose to aide in safety. After care Fazly examining their arms and putting Overy a Rill be of attack or defence in its proper place they crawled to a position Ohleh gave them a fair View of their enemies who thinking them solves Safo from Pursuit were carelessly reposing around the fire thoughtless of the Fate that awaited them. They instantly discovered the Young woman apparently unhurt but making Mutoli moaning and lamentation while the White Man was trying to pacify and console her with the Promise of kind usage andean adoption with the Tribo. The Joung Man hardly Ablo to restrain his rage was for firing and Rushing instantly upon them Wolfol More Oaut Lous told him to waft till Daylight when they could make the at Sok with prompt revenge being fairly before him. Wetzel led him on dodging from Trio u tree until his Rifle was again ready when suddenly turning to shot Hia re. Mailing enemy who fell dead at his feet. After taking their scalps Wetzel and his Friend with their remain log captive returned in safety to the. Settle mint. Like honest Joshua Fleehart after to peace of 1795, Wetzel pushed for the frontiers of to missis. A Ippi where to could trap tie Beaver Hunt the Buffalo and he Debr and occasionally shoot an Indian the object of his mortal hatred. He finally died to he had lived a free Man of the Forett. How slippers was taken in Clint woe an auctioneer. Not one of the whole Knock Down fraternity possessed a More unlimited faculty of gab or could More readily dispose of goods and purchasers at onco than Ciriot. His perception of the wants of the purchasing Community was admirable. He leased a portion of his sales room for a prime refreshment stand receiving a Large Reot for the thereof and having besides the advantage of a source of constant attraction to his est a Bli stament. He erected in Bis room a mechanical orchestra of forty hurdy gurdy Power an amalgamation of clock work and music boxes on a Large to ale and from the Lime us melting Tonca first broke upon Tho evening air opera ceased to flourish and musical reunion were at a discount. Clint had everything to sell from a be Pond handed pulpit to a razor strop or from Copper stocks to Fanoy stocks and cravats. A Clint made some Slick bargains perhaps not always honest but Clint said he could t always be stopping to learn and to allow for the weaknesses of human nature until Tho Trade was made and then it was too late Clint sold a follow a pair of boots Buth made from one last to Boott but Clint said it was a to each Wisdom to fools or to show Ono Tommy How another Tommy got Burnt each one for himself and the Devil for the whole was his motto. A snip pors was a Brick Behoved he knew a two and Throe Penny Chain from one of forty limes to value Welt perhaps to did. Snipper attended one of Clint s auction safes Clint Esmo opon the boards to sell a warranted Gold Chain. He had in his Vest a valuable Gold watch and before stepping out he took from a Box sold and the final a Gono had hardly been uttered Whon snip pors asked him to put up the Chain he wore. Climit Pul on a comical oxur Eashoo and said with Samul Hinkof professional abandon. Chain of that s brass put it up. Why Geo Lomen i could t Havo the heart brass Chain you know poor Devil Liko myself can Tearry anything Elss but however ill Saccom Tiodulo you if you must have what a bid ? eight dullard everybody was . Ali Zed. Eight dollars for a brass Chain Clint twinkled eight eight All done at eight dollars a sold Cash takes it a slippers was seen next morning entering cling i a Loro. Wilh a face of forced sobriety he asked Clint if lie had any More of those brass chains lint was a Little Sirotk Wilh the nature of the question a believed he had t any More any thing a else Hotnog lit do for him no no matter did t know but he might want to repurchase this.4 Clint eyed Tho Chain closely and opened Hia eyes to the diameter Ofa China Lea sat ceh he had sold a forty Dollar Chain of Puta Gold Ihnn King All the Whilo that he had fobbed a Green one finely i he had done it that Chain Tho Deuce it bad been mislaid with a pile of Flash jewelry and was now Snipper a leaving Clint thirty two dollars minus. Slippers merely remarked All s fair in Trade and loft Clint to his reflections. Forty plated chains were afterwards found in the canal. Clint Haa abandoned the a tidiness a texan colonel s Story Quot no my Friend a said the colonel to his grave companion. Quot no it is entirely impossible far too nursed As you have evidently been in the Lap of in a coiled and framed House to know what we suffered hero in 36. I la just Tell you exactly How it was with me and i have soon nothing �?0, nothing at ally to what some Havo you Soe i was hero in Sabino county had a Little Cabin in Tho Woods Sway from town some dozen Miles. I had a Hundred cows Twenty Maros seventeen fillies and a wife and three child Ron but not a Dollar in the world. However i was a lawyer and had engaged to defend a then far cow stealing at court in town next Day for which i was to get two bushels of meal. You see my Olpt bes had Well nigh worn out and so i stopped with a Bdl Indian for a suit of Deer Skio did you Over see a real suit of Deer skin stranger Quot Well i have Felt it too. You ice the Indian old to to Dye it in Dogwood ouzo. I did so you know left them in All night. Next morning i waa up Early and off for court for i needed that meal did t Havo anything in the House at a ii. My Deer Akin suit fitted Wall had act round Iho Valvus and skirts. Well i Rode out of Tho Mot of Limber in which my Cabin waa built on Tho Prairie Ohleh at etched the rest of the Way to town a the Sun got butter the wot skin you a Seo i had to put it on wet for i must boat court had to Havo that meal the wet skin begun to get tight i pshaw it Don t mind Saya i but in Twenty minutes pshaw it did mind got of Litho Mare out there in that Broad nral Rio with Tho roasting broiling burning a amp a right Over my head and my clothes creeping up and boiling Light Eroi ind to Liko a nest of snakes. My arms were fastened so by Tho sleeves that i you Len t get at my knife to rip anything. My hair stood on the end like the thorns of a Bole do Aro of the Ini Sory the suffering Tho agony 1 my Whoso body waa bound up and ser owed together and strangled. Blood rushed to my head get Oil my Horae. Well 1 Lay there in the blistering Eun till somebody going to court happened to pats and ripped me of he Cut me in two or Throe places to was shaking so with laughter Whilo to Dia it. Well you be i Rode Bank Homo took the last Sheet in the House out it up wife sowed on one leg while i sowed on the other got to Yourl just in time with my White suite cleared the men Ana got Tho meal 1�?��?red Landtr. A a Jim vote the Pulley Tinter Wenton Oan yen Orlu Oitte that pint a the polity of intervention Lemuel the policy Ofin Tarwo Kation consists in this Here sop Posina Tow you Lead v Turkey old Ore Berry Sauee and War about to Detour the same a i veil Jim. A and sop Posin i boiler to you hand off a fair play and take the Larky and Detour him Medolf a veil Vot Tif that ? a by my precious a Ove trial a Vot i fall a the policy of Isle sweption a Deputy marital h. H. Kline one of the principal witnesses in the Christiana treason trials has been arrested and held to Ball on the Chargu of perjury preferred by Castner Hanaway dodging a Aill tia Fine a military sketch. A a a a Fri 0�� when the objection role Roi Litis Lew were to orce in old Massachusetts the Casto Roary draft was Malde in a country own a few Miles irom Boston and a notice to appear armed and equipped according to Law was left at the boarding House of a wig who possessed very Little material Musio in Bis soul. Determined that he should _ i in no us oui neither train nor a Fine and entertaining withal it l Topin Lono be Ute Lily of the system he look no notice of the summons. Having been duly warned however a be anticipated at the expiration Ofa few week Tho sergeant waited upon him Wilh a Bill of nine shilling far non Alt dance at the Nalor. Subito a. Quot what is it a said Tho wag pretending to misunderstand to collector. Fined far not training crawled the Othor. Shan t it will be three Dollora next time i Call. But Tho wig could t hear a word he said and in the coarse of another month he received a peremptory Sora Mont to appear forthwith at a court marshal in the District instituted far the purpose of trying collecting such fines a could to scared out of Tho of duly. Having fixed upon a final plan to Dodge the Issue at the appointed hour he waited upon the court to show cause if any be had Why he should not willingly Havo toted a Musket and Knapsack about the town for twelve mortal hours and otherwise perform the Legal annual duties of a live Patriot. He waa ushered into a court room immediately which was held in an old country How to where he discovered some three or four Torsone seated attired in flashy regimentals and Whoso awful a Yaller Copo tells alone were sufficient to command the attention and respect of Tho profoundest beholder. Though Lomo whal disconcerted at ibis rather unexpected exhibition of spurs and buttons he put a bold face on the Metier and responding to the directions of the Junior member of the August court to adva cod to the table and the chief functionary commenced the examination. A a.1 your name sir ? the offender placed Bis hand quickly to the Side of Bis head without uttering a word or moving a muscle in i Faco. What is your name 7 replied the que Ellonor in e loud voice. A Little louder said Tho wig without replying. Name shouted Tho judge. Taunton Bristol county a what business do you fallow ?. Main Street said to delinquent. Your business yelled the officer. Right hand Side As you go up How Long have you. Been there. About two Miles end s half a How old Are you fellow ? continued to Jago nervously. A bos Carpenter. What Tho Devil s the matter Wilh your oars or scar Ipie s Oil sometimes. A what sir a a som Tirac cure cml a ointment. A Why Don t you answer me. Nearly five years Quot a he is is deaf is an adder remarked the judge us. A a. it a it ���0an�33tuj8. Epitaph on Bill Peck. Here lies a Peck a some men say was first of All a Peck of Clay a a this wrought with Kilt divine while fresh a became a curious Peck of flesh. Through various forms its Asker Rao then adding breath made Peck a Man foil sixty years Peck Felt life a bubbles. A f till death relieved a Peck of troubles Athus fell poor Peck As All things Tauali and Horo he lies a Peck a of Dost. The Lubber out.�?T. You Aro not liable to perform military duly said the Etc Rory with his Mouth close to the wag s ear. �1 know that said the fellow coolly his hearing improves ventured the sergeant. What do you suppose to sit Here for ? asked the judge in a loud voice at last. A Dollar and a half a Day said the pro soar. He May go or. Sergeant. A. You can go a said the under Ufal Cert pointing to the door. But our Friend took no to tace of the order. A. It. A you May go yol cd Tho judge. A Good god is it pos Soblo a Man can. Be As deaf a a All that 7 i can t aay continued the delinquent pretending not to undo Island yet. A should think a go go screamed he judge there s nothing to Pey. The lord pity the. General who had a regiment like you to command show him to door major and our hero soon found at Liberty. Be was never summoned again to train during i res Donco in Taunton. Silent influence. It is the bubbling Spring which Towb gently Tho Little Rivulet which run along Day and night by the farm House that is useful rather than the swollen flood or the warring cate Root. Niagara excited our wonder and we stand amazed at the Flower and greatness of god there a he a a pout it rom his holy but one Niagara i enough for the continent or the world while the same world requires thousands and tens of thousands of Silvei fountains and gentle flowing rivulets that water every farm and Meadow and every Garden and Lejat shall flow every Day Atid night we i their gentle quiet Beauty. So with Ihbe acts of our lives. It is not by great deeds like those of the martyrs that Good i to be done it is by the daily and quiet Virtues of life the Clirel Stan temper the Meek forbearance the spirit of forgiveness in Tho husband the wife the father the Mother the brother the Bister Tho Friend the neighbor that Good is to be done. Kossuth a Colotel mail Froder Tok Douglass paper is congratulating itself that Kossuth 1� a col Rod Man. It says. The fact is that Kossuth the idol of the Apier. Veao nation a Noi a Teite Man. To is not a caucasian and Bank god he is not an Anglo Saxon put hat in your pipe and Imo Koit conf redly the greatest Man in Christendom snot a White Man i complexion Laev Railley Between a mulatto Olla up Siroon. He is by blood a mongol and Thorofare according to ethnography belongs to the second beat race of Mankind. Moreover he a a slave not a Mug to. And by lava Are the race from whose Cynd Liun the word Bravo has been Ang Lloise a to Fox will rid himself offices in the fallowing sagacious manner he Lakos a Feather in his Mouth and gradually though slowly enough backs into the water first legs and Tail then body shoulders and head to the nose and thus compelling the floss to escape from the drowning elements to pass Over the note to to a Bridge of a foal her which i then committed to the Stream. Brandy and water under enterprising Friend of ours went to Portland Tho other Day and Pul up at hotel in company with r number of Boston passengers. One of the latter a Man Whoso enormous Rotun Dity betokened a relish for creature Comfort walked up to the bar Sadi Elling Down Liis Litlo carpet bag a Aid a Well landlord i think i la take a a Lyllo Brandy and water a i am sorry to say said the Host that we Zannol accommodate Yob. We Are not allowed to keep any spirits of i understand you Don t have it Jublle by. But than you know Eye to be Aure rejoined the Host a we used to keep it on the sly but they came round and searched every closet yesterday and a Eure a i am alive Man we have Nota drop in the Shoaee. We should be glad to Amish it to Gen. Tlemcen but the thing in impossible. They have got to that they will Aoa Roh it Man s Proekel far it. And there a no knowing who May be Here now a Well a Aid our fat Friend a ill take a room and 1 suppose Ypuh la Send in a Pitcher of Weler and some tumblers. yes show the gentlemen a room. Tho Wailer in obedience to orders Laid hold of the Large carpet big to sorry it up stairs when he Eft Tchad it Sway with Foro Onoue malediction adding a 1 Gumbs you Don t take from me what utile Brandy in be got a tremendous outer and iome laughter a bes Lon Clemmo Nicolta. Twe cannot understand Huw it Jar that Delbeato Yoang ladies too Policato to run up fahd Down ital re explanation. What Young girl Ever refused i hand Homo partner at five o clock in he marn1og/on the Acore of being Quot so tired Quot a a Tim charms of Ert Gliah ladle were Farmerly do irresistible that they enjoyed what is called Quot an european reputation for sweeping everything before them but at present the Only european reputation which English ladies enjoy Jsu thanks to the Long dresses hat of s of cd pm of everything Benld cd Sidney Smiths amp id of. A great ulker bit it would greatly improve him if he had no. And then a Quot a few flashes of poetic Young Man n writing to i lady love Saya Quot her face is it lamp of Alabaster lit up with pleasant what a Idle Feiling Light to write by especially if she would a to you to punctuate with kisses. Take Otway the sugar Jim. Abundance is a trouble want a misery Honor a Burden advancement dangerous but happiness. Ltd a Fred. Dougless the negro Abolila Folst claim Kossuth As a a Man of color a from the fact that Liko Moat Southern people his complexion is it is nut complexion alone which denotes the difference in Tho races but also Tho formation of the bold and body. The thick lips woolly head flit nose a Harp Shin Bone dee., Ore More characteristic Marks of Tho negro than even Lilse flask complexion r. N a John a said a pedagogue the Olio Day a what s detained you a a a Well sir i had hot soup for Dan. Ner and had to wait for it to a take out scat your cd cute u a. A an editor of Tho Weet says he Veao Short Al med that to frequently rubs out with Hie nose what to writes with a Pencil what a a Lossong to posterity if More Western editors had this habit very bad ones unalterably fixed. Charity is not attractive and never Wilt be. If anybody doubts it let him undertake to get up a of our theatres far a poor we Davv Somo night and to will doubt no y. Alae. Quot i think a said a Farmer Quot i should make it Good congressman far i use their language. two Bills Tho other Day with requests for immediate payment the Ono i ordered to be Laid on the lab Lcy a Tho other to to read that Day six months a t m a there is a Aid to be an office in Boston to Nulta women against dying old maids. The rates of Premium differ according to looks and while a smart tidy Sweet tempered gel is insured or two per com., sour to Nai rec spinsters arc Clia god in some instances As High As ten when snuff is used one per coot extra i it charged. A mid with a Largo family waa difficulty of supporting All of them. But said a Friend Quot you have sons big enough to Oarn for you Quot Tho difficulty is they Are too big to work -. A quix was dining at Lovejoy a when Ivor Jody called for peas past until they Woro a ii gone. Quid fait Uno Osy Ana throwing Hini Abl into an attitude like Patrick Henry or Lodi gentlemen thay cry Tel of peas 6u Fere is no peas ?. A ,. Or. Titomas a recent writer on China Evje that Tho term barbarian,1 a applied by them is intended for a compliment and that the word so Tran listed Meane simply Southern merchant they consider it a special compliment also to fall a Talaoc it hid haired a a Quot Man wants Bat Little Hete Boto nor Btu a Tbs to Little Long Quot is a lie he wants All by can get and wants to keep it a Long As he can. The feel Lllan by Oan get but Little end Oan Koop it but a Hotl Lime s negative on its wants. Quot or Doar Folly 1 Ata a a or taste in War log another woman s hair of your head a a Aid or. Smith to i wife. Quot my a Joe i of a Nusly astonished thit you persist in wearing Nothe Theep a Wool on your Bank a. 1. T. Mankind Aro very Odd Creaturo. Gob half Clr a ure Whit they Pra Otibe the other half pret Leo what they censure. The rest always aay and do a they ought. A lad a Faw evenings ago upon taking by Bopf by e novel Quot the last min a threw . Deoly exclaiming Quot the last Man bless my ifs Oeh a thing a to happen slut would become of to women a a somebody says a Quot in is Burious to look Blok and Leo what Wab regarded As great things in Tho a Days. Our fathers thought it was a great Lin Cotile take the lightning it from the old us it Ait spread it on the Earth. Now this lightning in turned to the Uso of men is converted into Ait agent to go of errands i a. /. Grass seed a it is Ita cd a in Bengor courier that at notae of the distilleries in Masia Cutsus Ilia people Are peeking Small casks of liquor a Large casks some in hey Spragia Craf Lemd some to seeds and marked to different Plao a is Maino As Quot Grasa seed.�?�. Tile archbishop of Paris Taf ased to thu try go Niroj Cavis Gnao to mad Llo odier because be would not. Consent to have Tho future children educated in the roman Catholic religion Tho Udy Bong a protestant whereupon the Veteran went to Holland to get mar. Ried. ,. ,. Tils Queen of Spain in so delighted at becoming a Mol Hor that the has announced hot mention of to. Creating her family and has forbidden ber subjects to take the e oath of allegiance to the pm Princess As she Quot Hopes to pros ont the nation if he a a on shortly Quot nothing Squire Neker stops a woman when hot curiosity is onco tip especially if the it curious to know Somel Hiing Boiu herself. Only hold a dieral in Yoter hand to her and it s Liko a Bunch of a join to a cat Aho la jump and frisk and Frolio around like anything and Novar give Over purring and a Gaz lug of you till she gets a a a Wise Man 1> a great Monarch he hath a it emperor within hit Delft Root on commands in posse aaes Tho throne and sceptre. Am. I passions like obedient subjects do obey. Though the cerium rules seem but Small and narrow yet be command and loyalty Are great and reach farther then he Itiat Wear the Moon far Hia Ereal or the other Tea tweak the Eun for his Hemlet. Otto to Happy the passion must a cheer a add a not gloomy and Meun holy a proper Tsuyu u Topa and Joy a real Rishea one to fear Ehtle brr a real poverty. / Jcj Nett onto virtue let Ebu Dren be trained to Industry. A a saturday next will be st. I Leotyne Day a j of which the Birda . Rod a puff Quot Lovye rav heir sweethearts. A title is ipad a any however to Prosma the Fame Ivines will Oliu Ose Thor. Yulen Olnee Atid fund the love Tiiu Svel. Our Quot la i a who is More than usually Goud looking Bejre be in pets a Largo number of la of whack will Eyre paid i

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