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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - January 02, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May it always be , right or wrong our country. A 1 a a. A. Vol. 48. Carlisle pa., thursday january 2, 1862. American Volunteer. Pubm3hed eve by thursday More Jonq by. Jour b. Bratton. Tells. fifty cents paid in Advance two dollars if paid within the year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. These terms will by rigidly adhered to in every instance. No subscription discontinued until All Arrop rags Are paid unless at tho option of tho editor. accompanied by tho Cash and not exceeding one Square will be times for Ono Dollar and Twenty five cents Coroach additional insertion. Those of a greater length m proportion. Job Quintin of such As hand Bills posting Bills pamphlets Blanks labels. A acc. Ac., executed Lyoth accuracy and at tho shortest notice. A a t Quot a u b1 Lutia Quot by mrs. Co Idalia h. Turner. Bury to in tho Valley. Rosido Somo rippling bar can where blooms tho modest Lily. Amidst the Emerald Green. And where tho Fath Rod songs tot will build its Dawny neat. Amid tho fragrant Roso Trio that blooms above my breast Bury to in tho Valloy. Whore Early comes tho Spring. And whore tho Tow bring Holly. Will lasting Beauty let to Distant Sunset its Gold and Crimson shed upon tho murmuring water that glides beside my bed. Bury to in tho Valloy a where tender Breeza blow. And let them murmur gently a Aly re Niom soft and Low. And lot tho glistening Dewdrop a to pearls upon my breast. With quaintly carved though Humble slab to Mark my Poco of rest. The Bells. From the German of Vogel. Two Distant Bells Aro sounding. A Adown to quiet Vale a. Their Tonos Aro soft resounding in evenings sunlight Pale. tolls from tho Castle. A. A High on brow to other from the cloister close to tho Lake below. A now in the Castle troubling. A Maiden Pale and fair follows a stately bridegroom. Hor Marrugo vows to swear. Cheerily and on Oither hand the Sweet Flowers leaned towards him of if for this was what Alice s eyes took in to her heart there was no deeper meaning perhaps. She was restless Aud uneasy. After a while she glanced Hack towards the breakfast table still untouched. Near it in a lounging chair her sister in a few Hester sat Reading. For a moment As she looked upon her an unworthy question framed itself upon her lips. But she did not ask it. She had Little need in fact for Hester anticipating her closed her Book and joined her at the window a a a Don t feel annoyed about it Alice Quot she began. Quot i m sure Edward never cared atall for Madaline at least not half As much As he does for you. But at one time they were very intimate and Mother and i were afraid he would marry her. But that was a Long Timo ago Quot i Alice smiled and asked a a is she Beautiful a fascinating a did you say Quot a a yes after a fashion Quot replied a a she has splendid eyes such As will draw Ono this Way and that. She sings Well too and has a commanding Way of doing every and in tho solemn Ollie ten. A Wii ii Anil Pale is breath in g Quot this vows with Fai tug Mouth. the soft wind floating the sound peals of again. Two wounded hearts Are beating with suffering s deepest pain the wife a trial. A a my Cousin Madalino. Garter is coming front town on a visit to us mrs. Lund looked up wonderingly into her husband a face a he Poko. The name was strange to her she had never heard him mention this Cousin before. A and when a Alie coming a she asked glancing quickly around the break fast room. Or. Lund smiled and Toason a dashing look ing letter into his wife slap. A a read for yourself a he said a a and then Tell me How you like with a puzzled expression upon her pleasant face mrs Lund read Flint perhaps pleased her and what perhaps did not for she had a Strong control Over her features and did not allow them to betray her secrets. At nov rate Oliou she had finished Reading she Drew her Finger laughingly across the commencement of tho letter which was a a my dear Edward Lund a and said a bought i to like that dear ? that a posse Szivo my a As to used to say at school in connection with your name a or Lund Shook his head. A do you Liko the handwriting a he asked. A a it is very Beautiful a Sho aus ored evasively. A a but that is not speaking plainly do you like it a he Nersi Stod in saying. A a Yea Well enough a Sho replied. Quot but you know i am Seldonia drawn very strongly towards Gay find Sotriou a a but How do you know that she is Gay and a lie asked. _ a a the handwriting indicates As much a was the reply. _. A you Are right Alice and Edward knows it. If i were in your place i have her come Here at the voice came Froman open French window at which a fair girl entered. A a what is Hester Here As Early As this in the morning a said or. Lund evidently som Owlet annoyed. A a this comes of bottling Down within a stones threw of ones old Home. Now Chatterbox what have you to say of Madaline Carter a a a that if i. Were Iri Alices Placo i would not care to have her Here nothing More nor less a was his Sisters reply. A and Why not a asked , Host or looked annoyed. She did not know whether it would do for her to speak her mind or not. Shaking her head Sho said archly a you me to Tell Why Edward a a a nonsense a a snid he. A a How thankful i am that i did no to choose such a Little goosey irys .f0r a we to. Alice will to pleased with Madaline i am sure in spite of your mis a a us Oroa c of. Done to mind her Alice stood looking alternately at her husband and Young sister in Law striving to comprehend the meaning of their words. There was a perplexed expression about her Well formed Mouth and in her Clear Brown whatever Hor thoughts were she kept them to herself for she remarked Altera moments pause in an indifferent careless manner will be Here on wednesday to mor arc dear.�?�. In this Assurance there was something inexpressibly touching to the Young wife it least her Peculiar mood made it so. There was a Little fluttering in her Throat for a moment and then her eyes were . But she did not speak Only rested her fair hands of the head of her sister and tried to look across tho Well kept Garden and its Gay Flo Ivor Beds seen through tho been what a pleasant a Happy Homo this was so she thought. Tiow blessed had she been above All other women in memory Sho was carried Back into tho past. All tho struggles trials and temptations of. Her life arose up before her. They were not few for with her own hands she had made herself a place in the Busy world. Not few i say but at tho Early age of Twenty three Sho had conquered life. By this i mean that she knew it As women twice her years Seldom do. No matter How. Perhaps it was through her own heart. Love is a great purifier sometimes and. Comes like a rapid fire to Clear away the rubbish from our eyes. Blessed is he who can read and interpret what he sees 1 so Alice loved and Learned. Standing Liore she thought of it. The birth of Hor Lovo had Given her great when Sho looked at it steadily and Well Lief heart was filled with Joy. We ought to thank heaven every Day we who love for tho Sweet privilege of Loving. Its return is the gift of another itself Power. Why with All her experience tho thought of Madeline Carter should Jar so strongly she did not know. As her husbands Cousin and Fri cad brio was prop Rod to Wol Como her a As her own Friend she was afraid from her present feelings she never could. That was the dark Side of it. Having naturally a sunny liotart she soon found the brighter one Aud in an hour s time to have looked upon her As she walked out into the Garden one would have a a gtd tit to who evil so ii adv wholly exorcised away. It was one of the pleasantest evenings in Juno that Madaline Cater came. Alice had expected to meet a handsome woman but for so much Beauty she was not prepared. Fora moment she started Back As we do Avion a sudden Light Breaks upon a it gives me great pleasure to Soe you Madaline 1 a said or. Lund Shakin Glier hand cordially. Aud thou turning to his wife presented her. A Madeline s proud Oyos flashed widely open Upen her. At a glance she seemed to Tak Iii tween them then fierce deep and Strong Edward Folt it. The Swift current touched and thrilled him but to was like Ono standing in the dark. On the following morning Ralph Morrison called. To was a dark handsome Man with a smooth Tongue Anil a soft voice. Or. Lund did not like him and so gathered his dignity about him Liko an icy garment. Alice was very quiet and a Little Palor than usual but Madaline was All Graco and Beauty. Her eyes shone Liko stars. They were so Bright that what was lying in their Depths could not to been. Buforo he left or. Morrison spoke a few Low words to Alice and Asho did so Madalino scanned the face of or. Lund closely a a a they Wero very dear friends once Quot she snid seeing How indifferent Lio was. To glanced towards Eliom a Mckay at this and then looked inquiringly into her her words were simple enough but they weighed Down with meaning. As if annoyed she drooped her eyes end playing with her Bracelot remarked in a confused half Trou Jilch Way a a excuse to i supposed you might have known never mind. See or. Morrison is bidding Alice to was indeed but Why should Alico stand Blush singly before him Edward was startled out of is composure for a moment. To turned to Madalino. Sho had risen from her chair and stood with her Beautiful head Bent thoughtfully Forward. A i am quite puzzled a lie said in a Low tone. A a i must hear More of this who added quite forgetting himself. This was but the beginning of with Edward land it a increased daily. Between Alice and himself a strange coldness sprang up but Madaline was everything to him. I do not say that lie was conscious of in her Cheeks at the Pion tint of his a ame. With a Quick hurried Glanco about him or. Morrison Bent Over Alico and whispered a few words. Alien Lic turned away Ilc Stor went at once to her. A a toll me what he said Alice dear a she began taking her hand. A a a that he was Happy to see to Down stairs again Quot she answered raising her eyes won daringly to Hester a face. Quot a a a and was Tomt All Quot ask id Hester. A yes Quot replied Alico still wonderingly. A a that is Well a said Hest to a a Somo time you shall know Why i asked Madalino clan Hood Lior hards together and under her breath cursed Hester Lund for what she know not. The go ply a face was unreadable As n sealed Book. There was nothing to be gathered from Toliaf. Perhaps her step was a Little firmer her head always finely carried took a Moro a a rident poise As she turned from Alice to Vii or seat again. There was something it any rate that jarred with Madeline s thought to All present it was an unil Casnet evening. But or. Morrison was never More witty it in entertaining. This hut doubting his wife lie undo Mada Jino his Friend. It was so like old time9 to to with her he would say to himself so like the Ponsant Days of , listened to her Sweet musical voice. Sora times he. Used to wish that she could not read him quite so easily that she did not know quite so Well of tho Little trouble Between Alico and Iii self. But after a while lie ceased to think of this even and Alice went further from him Tiow end As the Beautiful enchantress willed perhaps. But the Good Angels of Earth Are Many they watch As Well As the bad. One ovo Ning Madeline told Edward that or. Morrison and Alice had been lovers once. She said tills in an artless innocent Way As though she did not half comprehend what she was saying. But lie drank in every word eagerly. A a Why did they not marry a lie asked. A there had been a misunderstanding Between lib my they had not quite comprehended each other a reply. $ a and now a said Edward. A Oil Thoy pm us see How it was now of course a said Madaline. Quot a a people could al Wayes be a a a a tui lieu .y5p.-Rep�Cdy evil.�?�. Quot a. A yes. Yes a sail Edward a but had they loved deeply ? a. ,.a yes a to plied mad Linn. The word Camo with a Legli. At that moment it fell Wal comply upon his cars. Mad Quot who it was tho Sanie to he brother that beyond Alice be cared Little for any of the company. His eyes constantly sought her fico. His head was Bent towards bar As lie spoke and As though suddenly Corise ious of betraying too deep an interest,-ho.woiildoccasionally turn his face towards Madeline but it would be for a few mom opts Only and then to Alice again. V. When he turned to leave the room Tomt night of. Morrison Drew Liis handkerchief from his pocket and As lie did so a1 delicate Little note dropped on Trio carpet close at Edwards foot. Or. Lund stopped to pick it up. Suddenly his Eye caught the address it was in the Delicato handwriting of Alice he put a a i did not think to sea you Down to breakfast Alice a said she. Edward bit his lips. Quot Are you quite Well this morning a he asked raising his eyes to Madalino a a 0, yes quite Well a Sho replied. A a then you did not take cold last evening a a said her Cousin. A a Tako cold a. Sho said changing color a a yes or. Morrison was approx onsite that Yon would a said Edward. A a and it was extremely careless of you standing out in the night air so Long. Did you go out immediately after leaving the room a a a not that is a a Sho stammered. A a you stopped to Glanco through the door Whilo Alice rend your Noto perhaps a he asked in the same Cool collected tone. A. She flashed her eyes upon him. They shone like balls of Tiro in her anger. Sho Troso from tho table. Trying to speak her rage nearly Choa cd her. A i hate you Edward Lund a she said As she swept out of the room. A an hour later Madalino Carter was on her Way to the Bath. Station. Sho did not Stop to Tom nor. Iii a mss. Incl Tim a she i try a Lave everything in readiness for her a her husband Bent Down and kissed her As. returned tho Caress Meahan locally and let her eyes wonder searchingly Over his mind Hoster Alice. Miss Carter its a very Nice accomplished girl a said or. A or a As 116 turned away. This was All of the mornings conversation to they Una a Foa heart a Shade fallen. Going to the window she watched her husband As he walked Down the Garden. The june Bun glimmered through the troops upon him. Tho Birds Wero singing her whole character. How much a Sli igl look will express the Ono that passed Between the two women was fraught with meaning. It said a i shall hate you a from mad Aliue a eyes it was. Like a Swift stroll Blaze from Alices like a Start Sharp and Lanee like. This was their meeting although Tley a l the Whilo clasped their White hands together and smiled. A servant asked to speak to Alice for a moment and she left the room. When she was gone Madeline congratulated or. Lund upon his happiness his Liotine his wife. Sho did this with a to Bush of tenderness in her Clear skilfully managed voice. A a i always know Edward a she said in her old familiar Way a a that some u would to settled Down in just this Way for it delightful a. A very a replied or. Lund smiling i used to Prophesy too if i remember rightly who added a Little archly. V but you were a false Prophet a said his Cousin. A a i knew you were a a yes no who said. A circumstances on Tiroly justified my conclusions. You la admit that a a not Evou that a Sho replied Edward smiled again. He was used to Hor evasive answers. Thoy seemed to please him from her manner to was led to watch her closely How Beautiful Sho was 1 As he thought this a Little Vendor Breeze swept up from toe fragrant paths of the past. It was so pleasant that to doomed it harmless. So to turned his face towards it. It grew stronger then and swept through his Hoart a Edward Lund what a dangerously deli1-cion8 pleasure was that Madalino Carter came for a visit of a few Days let they lengthened out into weeks and still Sho did not speak of going. At dinner Ono Day she said turning her face towards or. Lund while she fixed her Oyos upon Alice. ,. A a when i was shopping in Bath this morn ing i Mot or. Ralph Morrison whose acquaintance i made last your in town. Finding i was staying Here lie Haid to knew miss Thurlow before Sho became mrs. Lund and should take an of calling Ore to left Bath. I think you will like him. Some people Call him very attractive. What is your opinion mrs. Lund a at that moment Edward raised his Oyes to Alices face. It was so Pale that it startled him. A Faro you ill who asked rising quickly from his he air. A no not Pray be seated a she answered glancing deprecating by into his face. A a i was a Little dizzy it has quite gone meanwhile Madaline had watched her Lobely. There was a satisfied knowing look about her Mouth and in her eyes. A Good Reader of human faces would Havo known that there was a certain Triumph at her heart. A a i Hopo the thought of seeing Ralph Morrison does not affect you so mrs. Lund a she said gaily. A i shall feel obliged to warn Cousin of him a she added half playfully. Alices face Crim soned and for a Ino Cut Sho did not answer. Even Edward seemed a Little disturbed at her strange appear Anoo for to raised his eyes to Hor face As though and her reply. A a i would advise you to do so miss Carter. Perhaps Edward will appoint you to watch to olo Soly when the gentleman dolls a Alice said at last laughingly. A a perhaps so a said Madalino opening Hor eyes to their full Width. A a i hate you a was the look that passed be Aline perhaps had loved him deeply involuntarily lie raised her hand to Liis lips. A Lund 1 could you have soon the Pale face Bent towards you at that to Motito could you have Seon the. Terrible look of agony that passed Over it you might have stayed your feet from tho path which they wore Trca Diug. The Beautiful hand would Havo scorched your lips like fire i a softly Noibe Losely Alice stole up to her chamber. In tho Duran pcs upon Hor Knees clasping her hands across Hor forehead. Her prayer was a a lie merciful to merciful my father a # a a it is so cruel so wickedly cruel a so Hester Lund kept saying to herself As brio sat by Ali eos a bedside during tho illness that followed that nigh t. But Alice did not speak it All Only mutely with her Large Brown eyes she kept dior Pale Foo hidden in tho Pillow and muffled the heavy sobs that Spoti her lips. At first Edward Camo to see her but Hester suggested to him one Day As she saw him approaching his wife a chamber with a troubled expression up ii his face Liis Mouth Stern and Bis brows knit that it would to bettor for him to allow Alice few Days of uninterrupted quiet. To looked at her keenly As she spoke. A a Theu 1 am a trouble to Alico who said in a Low voice scarcely above a whisper. A i did not say that you Wero. But something troubles her i am sure of that a was the Quick answer. A i do not doubt that it does a said a i have ample a and so Hove i a retorted Host or under her breath turning away this conversation was on the Landing near the Bod room door opposite to made Lino a room. _ at the door of her chamber which was slightly ajar Madaline Carter listened to it. Her Beautiful face Glo Amod in its triumphant Joy. A two shall been we shall see Alice Lund who conquers a she said clasping her hands together. A a to fail is to die and that you begin to feel but for this Little Quick eyed Hester i must keep a Sharp when Madaline wont Down to dinner that Day Sho wore Hor sweetest smiles. A a How was Alice a she asked of Host or. A a much bettor a was the tool reply Given with a corresponding Gln Noo. A a would she be Down stairs soon ? i would have visited Hor but feared that i might disturb Hor a said Madaline. You most certainly would a was the prompt decisive raised his eyes in Surprise. Hester looked him firmly in the face. Madaline watched Thorn smilingly Quot i roust Soo to that Hester a Sho thought to herself. _ at tho expiration of a week Alios insisted upon going Down stairs Hester protested that she was too weak and Edward expressed Foar that she might endanger her health by so doing. But she was firm in her Resolution and so at dinner time that Day Ehe took her Placo at the table again she was looking poorly. None Folt this a afro keenly than did Foster and in consequence she hated Madalino Carter most deeply. How the Little play would Ond she did not know hut she thought to herself that in it she would not be an Idle Ohara Otery that she would help the a plot Quot to a How strange it was that or. Morrison who had absented himself from the House during Alices illness should make his appearance on the first evening which she spent downstairs. To Edward Lund it was inexplicable. To All appearance it was tho same to Mada Lin o. But Lestor was Content to watch without wondering. Alice was. Lying upon the sofa lion or. Morrison was announced. Hor husband was near enough to Hor to see tho taint color arise Liis foot on tho Noto and bowed or. Morrison from the room. A for a moment lie stood is White As Marble. The perspiration gathered in Large drops upon Liis forehead. His lips were tremulous but not wit speech. He knew then when Slio seemed to go Borovor from him How deeply arid to had la Vod Alice that Liis passion fori Madalino Quot compared to that was no Niobe than is the 1 first breath of Spring to. The Rich Iglow of summer lie had Boon feeling this Alj the evening.,As he anxiously in toned the s face. To Gatho Rcd the Noto in has and crushed it there. A. A a h a w�i�t�8 it Edward a whispered Hester softly. He waved her away wit his hand. Ilis Oyt sought Alico. A a not Rio to a Sho said j he turned round. Madalino had stolen quietly from the room. K 1 ,.now�?� to said almost fiercely. Alico looked up and Imp went to her. You Are no longer my wife to said looking into Hor paleface As he spoke. Slio started up Wildth Fly if to crush her Down again lie held the no to before Hor Oyos. She read. A evening. If you love . a i ice. Quot i never wrote it. Edward Edward to Lievow to a she cried sinking Back upon the sofa in a swoon. A a a a Yon have killed her a said Lestor Asho turned Awny. Iioru6liod out of tho , Down tho Avo nuo towards the Villi ago. To did not know or Carp where or which Way he wont. So to wandered about till nearly Midnight. He was drinking from Trio same Cap that lie had pressed to Alices ups. A a a Morrison a cart blood shall blot out this wrong who said to Liim self in the heat of his mad passion. Then to thought of Madaline. Instinctively to cursed her and lion himself in turn. At last to turned towards Home. He gain edit by a roundabout Way that led him to tho farm buildings situated in the remotest parts of Liis grounds. He Erit ered by aside Gate and As he walked along the. Grass by the Side of a path densely shaded to caught the sounds of voices. Ilis first thought was that Alice might be there keeping tryst with Ralph Morrison. He listened shuddering by. Behind the thick screen of rustling evergreens Morrison arid Madalino wore talking. Tiow Long Thoy Ltd Boon there to had. No idea. But they wore talking of him he. Thought. Hearing his name mentioned he moved More closely to tho plot Depons a Madalino said. A i had no idea that it would work so Woll. You have acted your part Well Ralph a a a Why should i not a said to. A a Alice Thurlow did not. Turn from my hearts Best Lovo for nothing. I swore to her then if time were spared to to i would Latriko it to Lon Dorest part of her life. Even now she thinks the blow is deep w she has not Folt it Yot do you remember How Palm she turned lion i first spoke to Hor she had not forgotten my words. They will go to her grave with treated hospitality or oven to bid them goodbye. For a Long Timo Edward and Alice sat at tho breakfast table Whilo Hester was Reading by the window. The Breeze Camo in gently Laden with the summer s dying perfume the Canary trilled Iri its Cage the Sunshine throw its Golden lines farther and farther across the table. Tho Young wife smiled the shadows were dispersed. Sentence of. Gordon convicted in tho United states court at. New York of piracy in in trying slaves from the coast of Africa was sentenced on saturday morning by judge Shipman to to Hung. In sentencing him the judge said in the verdict of the jury it is my duty to say that tho court fully concurred the evidence of your guilt was so full and Complete As to exclude from the minds of your trios All doubt. You Are soon to to confronted with the to Triblo consequence of your crime and it is proper that i should Call to your mind the duty of preparing for that event which will soon terminate Yorior mortal existence Aud usher you into Trio Prosoco of the supreme judge 1 lot me implore you to seek the spiritual guidance of the minister of religion and let Yorior repentance be As thorough Ana Humble As your crime was Groat. Do not attempt to hide its enormity from yourself. Think of the or Nolty and wickedness of seizing nearly a thousand fellow beings who hover did you harm and thrusting them Between the decks of a Small ship beneath a burning tropical Sim to Dio of disease or suffocation or to transported to Distant lands and consigned Thoy and their posterity to a Fate far More cruel than death 1 think of tho buffering of the unhappy beings whom you crowded on to the Erie of tho helpless Gouy and. Terror As App from their Nativo land and especially think of those who por Islic under the weight of their miseries on the passage from tho place of your capture to Monrovia remember that you showed mercy to none carrying off or you lid not ouly those a matrimonial Intel cities. By an irritable Man. The morning after. A what in the world a the matter ?�?� irid Kod Iny wife when after having finished Tny breakfast i moved my chair Back from the table preparatory to Reading the mining a nothing a she replied in a tone however which clearly signified the reverse. But i know Oliero is a i answered a for you have spoken scarcely a word since i sat Down to a i did not suppose a Slio said a that you cared to have to speak. It does riot seem probable that p husband who will leave his wife alone an entire ovo Ning is you Havo done could have any wish to hear her utter a a a a. A a Good Deal will depend my dear under those Coroum Stanics a i replied a was to what the subject of Hor conversation May to. If Slio to Likely to find fault with him for lev ing passed Ono evening on of say a month i Pray Thoy May a said Madalino in a tone of deep passion and As for me i Faro not How soon. She took my heart away from me when Ehe married my Cousin Edward Lund. I Havo been a fiend Ever since. I stood at tho door to night when to held the note before Hor a yes. How Happy i was when i saw that agonized look break Over her Pale face she who had. Mixed the burning draught that was raised to her lips. And Edward a a you Aro a str Vigo woman Madalino a said Morrison. A i like your strength and bravery. You Are shivering with Trio cold. Let me Lead you to tho _ a no i am not cold a Shoals world. A life to deep for that to night. This revenge is maddening intoxicating. My brain is on fire my heart seems burning within to a _ a i must insist upon your going in a said to. A. _ Morrison bid something More but Edward could not Quito distinguish what it was. Something about a a living until tho Victory was entirely won was tho Burden of his words is Thoy moved away. Whon Edward readied tho House he found Aliso asleep Hobent Over her Couch. He could Bee then How sadly Sho was changed Bow Pale and thin Sho had grown. She turned upon her Pillow and whispered his name Brokenly. Tara gathered in his eyes. Hie heart was full. A a a forgive me Alice a he cried As she opened Hor eyes upon him. A a a of Edward you wronged to 1�?� said she a a i did riot write that note How could you think so i do not Lovo any one but you you Are All that i Havo in tho Wido world.�?he4ook-her-hands-Tencjeriy-Lndi�sr-and-i� broken sont noes told her what he had Learned and More he told her of this strange infatuation now Ono for Ovorn Aud he pr0i?,8r de to be All in the years to come that he had been in tho past Vendor True and Loving. Tho next morning lie carried Alico Down to the broakfa8troom in his arms and Pla Ood her Coloso Rosido. Him at the table in tho lounging chair. Madalino looked wonderingly a upon him. She was taken by Surprise that a he forgot the port she was playing your sex but woman and helpless children do not flatter yourself that because Thoy belonged to a Diffor ont race from yourself your guilt is therefore lessened. Rather fear that it is increased. In the just and generous heart the Humble and weak inspire compassion and All for pity and forbearance and As you Aro soon to pass into the presence of that god of tho Black Man As Well As tho White Man who is no respect or of persons do not indulge fora moment tho thought that he hears with Indef Feronie tho cry of tho humblest of his children do not imagine because others shared in the guilt of onto pricing yours is therefore diminished but remember tho awful admonition 61 your Biblo a though hand joined on hand the wicked shall not go turn your thoughts towards him who alone can Pardon and who is not deaf to the supple cations of those who Sook his mercy. It remains Only to pronounce the sentence which the Law affixes to your crime which is that you to taken Back to the City prison from whence you were brought Anil Rori Iain there until Friday the 7th any of february next and then and Phonco to the Plano of execution Between Trio hours of twelve of clock at noon Aud Throo of look in tho afternoon Yon to Hung by tho look until you Are dead and May the lord hav Morcy on your soul. Quot the prisoner was not in tho least affected Althom duh the judge and tho spectators exhibited considerable emotion. Lie was remanded and loft tho court with Liis counsels. Quot biding on n Railroad a most voracious chronicler relates in tho following fashion Trio experience of a Young indy from the Rural districts who lately visited tho City accompanied by her Peculiar Swain and took an approx native View of the elephant a Oetting into Ono of tho City cars for a ride the Maiden took a seat while thelo Vor Plant of himself on tho platform. The Gra Toful a chicle had sped but a few Short blocks when the Bonifi Centle Young conductor insinuated himself into the popular Chariot for tho purpose of collecting expo nos approx owing tho rustic Maiden lie snid affably a a your Faro tho Rosebud allowed a Doli Oate Pink to Manifest itself on Hor Chooks and looked Down in soft confusion. The justly popular conductor was Rathor astonished at this and ventured to tho remark onco More a a your fare this time the Pink deep nod to Carnation and tho Maidon fingered her parasol with pretty Coquettis Ness. Tho conductor really did no to know what to Mako of tills sort of thing and Bogan to look a Little foolish but As a Small boy at the other end of tho car Bogan to show signs of a disposition to Olavo without paying for his redo tho official managed to say onco Moro a a hem miss your Faro. _ in a moment those Lovely Violet Oyos wore looking up into his Foo through an Aurora of blushes and tho Rosy lips exclaimed a a Woll they Dew say in a Good looking at hum but i done to Soe Why Yon want to say it out so loud a it to not a Poal of Thunder that Shook tho oar just then. Of no. It was something Liat corome cod in a general titter and Oul Minato in such a shatter Rig Torian lung alone Aro of Pablo of in tho away from lib me. Wily to la in Fiir Lek see Liaf bettor remain silent.�?�. A a ooh i you think so do you a she exclaimed a then All i can say is that so fur As i am concerned i will not have my Tongue tied but will Tell you just what. I think of such a Yery Well my dear a i Saida to on i will listen. But first let to to a Pou that i think it was very unkind in you not to sit up forme last night. A Good wife will sit up for Hor husband lion lie is out until morning if he comes not Home before. Then too lot to toll you it is confound edly uti pleasant to find All the lights out and tho itself turned off and not a Candle or match to to found anywhere. If it had not been for tho Moonlight which streamed in at tho window., i should Havo broken Riby neck stumbling Over the chairs which it seems to to Wero purposely placed where i might run against them. Now if there to Ono tiling i dislike More than another it is to break my Nock stumbling Over chairs in the a Zwoll you Are a Nice Man i rou3t say a my wife replied. A i really had Rio idea that you wore in tho extreme Stato which your own words imply. In the first place the Gas was loft burning and now that you have drawn my attention to it i Soo it is burning at this moment please. Trim it off will you ? la the next it was raining hard Whon you Camo Home and consequently Trio not shining. As for your not being Able to fired the Candle and matches Why i think it would prove a matter of Little consequence to Ono who could not toll Gas. Light from Moonlight though so fur As Trio fact of tho a ase goes both the Caudle arid matches Wero in their usual place. Lastly As to your breaking your neck by stumbling Over chairs Why All i have to say is that i think you will be Likely Ototivo a thousand years Buforo such an event occurs. What i must look at and to got however is that you Are setting n5,most pernicious example to the children a a Good Grao Iyoub in i exclaimed a what a woman you Aro to talk. Why the children were sound asleep when i returned and if you the a ashamed to take h had been with a a i truly wish 11 a a the fact is after tie second pm come Home.�?�. A a Well you Stop i presume a my wife a yes i believe w then after that so when exactly i Glt eat too Many Oyster site a head oho link that oysters a Good in Juno As Ali o son i done to think the of them a my wife re and my dear let m any Intro with your c prom Isomo that i i promised by Kii As i smoothed the has a and you la not Giop or to Soe the gum Tor Garden a she font me in eth you a 1 said i would no al Sod me. Did no to toll them Thoy know Plieth or i Camo Home on my head or feet. I must say too i think it was very wrong in you to pretend to be a sleep arid allow to to stumble around in the dark As you a but i Tell you it was hot dark a my wife replied a i saw every Stop you took and if Yon had broken your Nock Over the chairs is you imagine you almost did i should Havo been the first to have known a i suppose you would have known it a i said a even before i wore aware of it a very Likely a Sho an sword a for you seemed to know very Little. But suppose now you toll Roe whore you Wero last evening. You loft the House saying you Wero going to tho Market and would Orturo in a few to Monts i you patiently till Elevon of clock Whon i went to bed and i know it must have been after twelve Whon you came Home. I did not know but that you and been murdered and i really was very much alarmed about you a a you mud Thavon been exceedingly alarmed a answered a to Havo Goue to sleep is you did. Tho fact is if there be Ono thing i dislike Moro than another it is to Homo Home and find my wife Abed a a a a you Havo said just tho contrary a the amiable woman an sword Whon you have found me sitting up for you. Tho truth is Thero is no plot sing Yon men. We poor to Maori Aro snubbed Anil curbed at every Stop in life by you lords of creation. Of i sometimes wish i work a Man if it Woro Only to show your sox boy to treat ours properly. But Yon have not Yot told me where you were last night a Quot of i went a i replied a to hear Madame Bishop sing tho a a Flag of on Union and i wish you had Boon with i should have liked nothing hotter a she an adored a a but you never asked to to accompany Vou. Well How wore you pleased a a a of i did t hear her a i said a a i met Friend who invited me to go and Soo the Clinton guards Drill. Thoy Are a splendid corps my dear. I wish Yon had Boon with i wish i had a my wife replied Quot hut remember you did not ask to. Toll me though How tho guards appoarod.�?�. A a a Voll actually my dear a i to plied i did no to Soe Thom. My. Friend and myself thought wed Stop first and take Somo oysters at tho Waverley and Whilo noting Thom we concluded to would. Go to the Winter Garden and hear Blake and so Koru. Really i wish you had Boon with a i wish i had a my wife aus ored a for of course you wont to the Winter. j a a Woll no a i an sword a a Hilt what a woman you Are to ask questions. You a make a Good lawyer. I Hopo you Are through now at All of vents for if Thoro to Ono thing i dislike More than another it is to to crossquestioned.a a but you Havo not told me Yot whore you went a Sho said. A a so you did no to hear Blake after a a not exactly a i replied a a although we met a Frimml of my friends whose name was Blako and with whom we took Tome More a a 0 you took More oysters did you a my wife ejaculated. A i noticed your Appitito was exceedingly limited this morning. Well after those second oysters whore did you go Quot _ a a Good gracious Quot i excl Nimrod a a 1 wont answer any Moro questions. I have patiently borne being Cater Nicod till you have of tract cd Fromm where i went and what i did last night and i won t endure it any Longor. If you an autumn for t something exquisitely of the Rov. Or. Al Etc universalist Church at so from Trio text a a is is speaking of the Fine Cathor of the aug summer glorious summer loth to leave lingered and Broa thei Dens Long after tho i Ture. Autumn come walked along so Goi that Flowers looked up loveliness beneath the i reign. But they Hov and parted company i Frost autumn has spot Ness of the Field arid with russet tho Koliqi even now to Liao her and by such measured is she conducting us in that will Ere Long wet to Are scarcely co Sci is As Power Wiric and gives seasons had looked in tired soldiery of our Tom pored tho winds to necessities As if he i destitution Aud by. This had kept the sunlight c Welcome substitute Forf in an atmosphere so m born suffering for Wint new and fearful Origer demanded a delay in t sons and god had Kef towards the autumnal a armies time in which Faun lain of Newport r. I of after Yoars of Merit in perfecting a and Flowers in Small w Moss and has obtained tho government. In lately shown at a Horti Brooklyn y. Y., Wero and vigor a Miscellanea usually contained on al Basket was Fillod with All stages of growth Thi extra size qua of most 1 november in a third Vine which had yield Superior graphs in q of which had prod Good ter in Ovalor and Tasto As Ai tho Ordinary Way and buds for next years crop wonder was a Pine Appl Moss Baskot and far sup to those grown in pots i that Holia l would Tell them the i which Woro Moss bom Sand and that tho Plant liquid manure about twi a Good to Woro pc Torday to Jolly old landlord of Gor keeps a hotel not a hum this place. A Friend in sen Tod him with a Fine proposed to give. A from a Tion to his friends and t tho Art of handling then before tho exhibition in with a lighted handle an citing a aortic to pin we Gimlet. This procured an overcoat. An pent which exp Loyod in his dog nearly killing if Ilis next exp Arimont rocket which he ignite hand. Avo will do scrip own words. He says i a i sets Hor a fire the pulls Don she pulls a Glo hug flies All Over me Don do darn Ting purses de hot a midst tempest tho a a Lover a a a Amo to tho Rooue of his do Xinna and when tho Quot pint of the Hull thing i fuss explained to him his Mouth expanded iriv proportions that might have Mado Barnum a Hippopotamus Dio of jealousy on the spot Trio pair Des. Condo from tho ear amid a Salvo of mirth Quot Lavoll Yon Eor thinly pro a most suspicious and Whon last soon were purchasing artificial i and foolish woman a i said a a to think your sweetmeats at a Candy shop. I husband should go whore he would be want to know anything Moro Yong la have to Seo my friends and ask Torii a a a i am afraid my dear a my wife replied sadly a a that you went Home where that you would not Cero to Havo me Necessia jokes pleasantly enough and Segoins disposed to i had matters. In a late m old table of school Days a a cent ten conts one dime Lar Quot is pinned out. A d hard Spelter is a sight or tics and a five minutes a is in specie would cure tho of Saint in cholera. But i Bio of currency and it is of charge for tho Benefit o to Cut it out and past it up 10 nniiiibu8 Tio Kots make 5 so Holko a Beor tickets invested in lager. 10 groats Beer tickets n plaster. I handful of Shin plaster worn off make a Man Obi 10 half dollars make a Foo 40 Beer Tio kete 10 Omenihu Ful of Shinol Sstorms and Nai an honest Mau steal. If t Liko to know what will. But Ashen you see a 3 amed to Harry a Prool Ai Oan make up your mini Olianne to will Como to so bit Quot achy is a sailors s carded by her Beau ? Boci 0c7"it is Only those we ing who fancy Thoy can do

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