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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - January 30, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaYol. 48.carlisle, ., thursday january 30, 1862. No. 34. American Volunteer. Published Everty thursday Fornix it by John b. Bratton. T e s. Dollar Anil fifty cents paid in Advance two dollars if paid within tho year and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within tho year. These terms will he rigidly ail Eroil to in every instance. No subscription discontinued until All arrearage Aro paid unless at the option of tho editor. ,. tho Cash and not Oxee Eding Ono Square will to inserted three times for Ono Dollar and Twenty five cents for each additional insertion. Those of a greater Longan in proportion. ,. Job printing such As hand Hills posting Bills pamphlets Blanks labels &0. &0., Ono outed with accuracy and at tho shortest notice. A fatal under the Holly Bough. Bavei scorned of acc a or injured Friend or brother a in tho past faded year. Eye who by word or deed. _ Havo in ado a kind hoart1>locd, Como gather Horn. A lot sinned against and sinning. Forgot their strife s join in Friend slip now j. Be links no Longor broken a. To Sweet forgiveness spoken. A under the Holly Hough. V. To who Havo oved each other sister and Fri cd and brother a _ in. The past faded your a. Mother and Siro. And Ohill it a. Young Man and Maidon Milda Como gather Horn a Aric lot your hearts grow fonder a As memory shall Ponder each past unbroken vow a old i Ovca and younger wooing. Aro Sweet in tho Ron owing. Under tho Holly Bough. A a a q ,. A a a to who Havo nourished sadness. A estranged from Hopo and gladness. In this past faded cat a. To with a Burdow de mind a. Made aliens from your kind. _ hero. A a. Lot not tho useless sorrow a. A it urs Jue Yogi night and Morrow. If of or you Popodi Hopo now a a Tako faces. And join in our embraces a. A under tho Lilly a by r. B. Williams. Alas tho Woi iry hours Pusa slow. Tho Ili Glit is vory dark and still a Anil in Trio Niar Slius fur below Quot a a. I Muiir to bearded whip poor will a i Sci Roo can Soo e. Yard Alizad quota Are Strain of to catch Odeh flounce a Quot. T x hour tho loaves about Juo shod a Aud tho Springs bubbling through tho ground. Along tho Bouton path i paco.1 whore i Vito my Sontry s track in formless shrubs i soom to truck a. Tho Foo Maui a form with bonding Back i think i Seo Bim of roughing lows. A Quot i Stop Aud list i stoop and Peor. Until tho Noigh Boring Hillocks grow. A. To groups of soldiers fur mud your. With Rudy i wait and Qutob. Quot a until my Oyos familiar grown do oct each harmless ourt Bern notch a a. A and turn Guo Rillus into Stone and then amid the lonely gloom 1 Bon oath tho tall Trees a. My. Silent marches i Road inc Maud think of other times than those. A a Haiti who goos Thoro a my Challenge cry it rings along tho Wutoh Ful Lino Quot Relief a i Hoar a Voito reply. A a Advance and give tho countersign a with Bayonet at tho charge i. Wait gives tho Mystic spell a with arms Aport i Coburgo my Mato. A l Hon Onward pass and All is Well. But in the toll t til at night awake i ask if in thou fray i fall. Cun i tho Mystic answer tho a Ugolino. Sentries full ? a and Pray that Louvon May so ordain. A hero or i go what Fate to Mino whether in pleasure or in pain 1 i still May have tho countersign. Ant. For there a a half Smilo around Lier a Mouth and an expression of thoughtful and subdued tenderness in the deep Blue eyes and on tho smooth open brow. Her maid who had entered some minutes before but who had hesitated to disturb her now approaches. _ a a it is nearly ton lady Blanche Quot Slio said addressing her Young mistress a in half an hour tho guests will be a a can it to possible that it is so Lato As that a she replied starting from her seat. A a All Martha i am so very Happy i Quot a a Ilo avoid Grant that it May last lady a said Martha solemnly. A Shadow fell across the Young girls sunny face. A a in am afraid l am too Happy Forit to last a she said thoughtfully. A a outcome Martha a she added gayly a a your skilful fingers must be Moro than usually nimble or i shall to late at my it did not take Martha Long to Loop Back those clustering curls and to Arrango the shining folds that fell so gracefully around that Exquio Stively moulded form yet Sho had hardly finished when there was an impatient Knock at tho door and a Man entered .22 mall mind. Mui Deit a help in of help a a How Sharp and fearfully distinct that cry rang out on the Midnight air but there were none to hear it except the two ruffians who or casing still Ploser to their victim bore l in it Vily to the ground. A who is Deai iils said the eldest one placing Liis hand upon Trio heart of the wounded Man a who Lay upon the ground without sense or motion. A a we had better make sure of it a said the a other significantly pointing to the River at a Short distance. His companion understood him and without a word on either Side they lifted up the body and married it to the River. There was a heavy splash something that sounded like a stifled groan and the Broad Waters rippled quietly Over it the Moon looked Down As calmly and placidly As if crime and murder a were a thing unknown. The two men then mounted their horses and Rode swiftly away. A a this is a Good nights Job Quot said the Shorter and tho younger of the two. A i should judge so a returned the other dryly a a As it gives you one of the richest1 Oarl Doms in England. A a May and by my Knightly Faith you shall find that the Earl ofe Berton is not ungrateful a said the other. A a the thousand pounds shall be yours to Morrow and if there is anything olso i can do for you you May command me to the full extent of your there will be a merry bridal to Morrow a said his companion. A very Quot replied the younger one with a Light mocking laugh. A a lady Blanche will a wait Long at the altar for her Lover and As for my Good Cousin Walter who has been my rival in love and ambition ill warrant hell sleep As sound to night As he would were he Fiill owed in her arms i but we must separate a Ere who added As they emerged from the Forest into the open country. A a we must not to seen together. Adios we shall meet to Morrow at the and so saying he turned the head of his horse into one of tho two roads that were before them and his companion taking tho other they parted. In an olo Gant to Ido Ivl portly reclining upon a Low Couch was a fair of not More than Twenty Summers apparently in deep Rovery. Ilor thoughts Wero yory plots Whoso Bove l form liar ?5�?o�iie impress of extreme old age. It was lord Cunt ref. He gazed upon his daughter for moment with an expression of mingled Pride and pleasure. A heaven bless you my beloved child a lie murmured fondly a but Conie a head ded a a the Carriage a waiting my love and our friends Are growing a a has not Walter been Here yet father a inquired tho . A a no a replied her father. A a it is rather strange but i suppose something has do trained him. To will probably meet us at the . As Blanche passed Down through the group of liveried servants that lined the Hall every one anxious to catch a glimpse of tho Bride Many a heart blessed her Sweet face and prayed that All tho Bright anticipations its smiles and blushes shadowed Forth might be realized. lord cant reps surpise the Earl of leg Berton was not at the Church door when they arrived. His brow grew dark with run Xiet though to endeavoured to allay the apprehensions of his daughter whose Cheeks alternately flushed and paled at her embarrassing position. A just As they were about to return lord Oan Tref noticed a horseman approaching at a furious Pace whom lie recognized As or. St. Croix the Young Early a Cousin. His clothes Wero torn Ana Dusty and his face Pale and Haggard As he hurriedly alighted from Liis horse which was covered Quot with sweat and foam. As his Oye fell upon lady Blanche he hesitated and casting a significant glance upon lord Cunt ref beckoned him aside. But this movement did not escape the observation of lady Blanche Whoso Climek grew Pale with from Walt i a she exclaimed Bra Jiing from lion attendants and following Jour Iii Lior. A toil 1110,, wildly add Ressing st. Croix a a is he ill dead a a a be Calm my dear child a said lord ii Tref soothingly whose countenance. Betrayed great agitation a a the Young Oarl is not dead Only missing. It is to to hoped to be a a ardello a exclaimed st. Croix astonished. A a nay Edward a said tho woman with a Low bitter laugh a not the Loving and trustful ardello whom you lured by your vile arts from her Happy Homo but Cleopatra the Gypsy Queen Quot a a a in i thought a stammered the Earl. A a you thought Moas you intended to to to a Lead Quot she said interrupting him with a still More bitter laugh. A but my Friend Poison does not always kill oven when administered by so practice a band As yours. I Liao Many antidotes for such As you gave me on tho night ref our last meeting 1�?� a a you Aro talking at random woman Quot said tho Earl sternly recovering in a measure his self Possession. A what is it that you want of me Money Quot. A a not for worlds would i touch your Gold Edward st. Croix a exclaimed the Gypsy Queen with a haughty gesture a a red As it is with tho blood of the innocent a no i am come to warn you Man that tho cup of vengeance is nearly full that tho sword of Justice is ready even now to descend upon your Bond go and fulfilling tho wicked is in your heart to night. Mount Yoiiro. Flee test Steed and escape into some far country and there by a life of penitence strive to retrieve the past a a Are you mad woman to address such Langue go to me a exclaimed tho Carl Angri. By. A a a nay hear 1110 out a said the Gypsy Queen calmly. A a to Morrow is to to your bridal Day,.is it not that is to witness your marriage with the Beautiful lady Blanche a a it is, her companion a Grini smile of satisfaction flitting face at the recollection. A woo to the Dove when it mates with the Hawk a said the Gypsy. A Edward st Croix was not the earldom sufficient for thee that thou must Lay. Thy blood stained hands also upon the betrothed of thy murdered Cousin a a. St. Croix fairly reeled upon his Saddle. A a what do you mean a. Lie gasped. A nay be Calm a said the Bivoma mocking Lyas she observed his agitation a a let not your Craven heart fail you now. Dead men Tell 110 tales. The Nion that behold that deed of blood tho River that received tho body of the victim have no Tongue to accuse Yogi. Yet is there Ono Whoso eyes were upon you and Whoso vengeance will surely overtake you. Go i warn you to flee from the Wrath that is tho Earl remained some seconds with his Oyes fixed intently upon the spot where the woman disappeared. The cold sweat started out in Lar of drops upon his face and limbs Shook seized with r where Lio had fallen they found that life and departed. It seems that tho wounds Given to tho Young Cirl , As his murderers supposed mortal. His plunge into the River instead of rendering his death certain restored him to consciousness and when lie arose to tie surface he made a desperate Effort to regain the Shore. In this to would not probably Kavo been successful for he Wab weak from the loss of blood Ltd it not been for tho Gypsy Queen who was crossing tho River in a boat with Souie of her followers. She picked him up conveyed him to her tent and with the most devoted and tender care nursed him through the Long and dangerous illness that followed. The a Arl on his Rococo re became aware Ftp his cousins usurpation of his estates and title also of his betrothal to tho lady Blanche but retaining a grateful sense of his indebtedness to tho heroic woman to whom he owed his life and. Who in ski Toof All still cherished a Strong affection for his treacherous Cousin to allowed her to waru him hoping that it would induce him to flee the country delaying for that purpose his appearance until tho very last moment. A the chippewas Trail an adventure in Northern Michigan. There was another bridal Day appointed. His an ague fit. She is no Woi iian a lib muttered to himself As he spurred his horse Onward a a but very fiend but were Sho twice the fiend that Sho is Slio should not stand both Teri me and my promised Bride a ,. Iio reached a Gorton Hall in safety and endeavoured wit i Largo draughts of wino to drown All recollection of tho Sceno through which passed. But twas main those Black eyes so mod to be burning into ���?oc�ttswowtfifppfirotn�gta�7 the lady Blanche the Beautiful Hose of Glen Valley gave her hand to a alter Earl of leg Borton at the altar of tho Ivy Clad Church of Stock Cra Tref. A -. A. Both thee re and countess tried to induce Cleopatra tho Gypsy Queen to Settle Down in the neat pleasant cottage tho Earl Ltd give her. But they could net prevail upon her to give up her roving life to which she was strongly attached. She it a Rule How Over to visit Egbert on Vilall once a year and tho Earl gave strict injunctions to All of his tenants that neither she nor her followers should Ever be molested Many Yeats have elapsed Sinco tho events have re corded but in remembrance of the services rendered by tho Gypsy Queen any member of that wandering Tribo Nhu visits the neighbourhood has always a hospitable reception from the descendants of the Lionso of Glen Valley. A a boat me in Beal life. A singular trial has occupied the attention of the Paris judges involving the right to the title and estate of one of the highest of the Noble families of Franco. Somo thirty years ago tho heir of this was confided to the charge of a wet nurse and his parents fully occupied with the Gai ties of the fashionable world Seldom saw their infant. One Day when the Mother paid one of her fleeting visits the nurse in her excitement let the child fall and broke his Arm and. She was. Induced by her husband to Tako her own child a boy about , to receive tho maternal embrace. Instead of the customary smiling India Fererico Howo Vor with which Sho and her Cliate had Boen usually greeted a cry of angry tip error burst from tho not Liori Quot grands f what filthy Little of Tinct 1 How 1 n and a r Tyyho w i 11-Cutr in 1 for a an a in a a in Faiia a. By Uncle Sam. _ near tho head Waters of tho Manistee River is Ono of tho most Beautiful lakes in tho West. It is known to tho Fow Hunters who Aro acquainted with its locality As Clear Lake. It is about Twenty Miles longhand eight Miles wide. The numerous streams which empty their Waters into this Lake abound with Mink and Otter and tho country round about abound with Deer Bearg wolves and other animals the Winter of �?T40 found myself and Ben Waters a camped on the Shore of tho outlet with tho intention of Hunting and tra pining until Spring. Ave iad a Good Supply of traps am unit of flour and Salt which we had drawn on hand slots and to calculated on making a big haul before Spring. To Wero Strong and healthy and our rifles furnished us with plenty of meat. To had first Rato Luck and it wis already tli3 last week in january. I had Gono out to the. Traps expecting to find a warm breakfast prepared on my return. On nearing the log Cabin however. I was sur prised at not seeing. Any smok�asc5�atng�?~ from tho stick Chimney. 1 quickened my Steps thinking that something must to when about Twenty rods from tho Cabin an Indian rushed out of tho open door followed by boils dog who followed him a few Steps and then went Back into the. Cabin. I was loaded with the Gamo that i had taken out of the traps and before i could ensling my Rifle the Indian dodged behind the Cabin Aud fled into the Wood. I entered the Cabin and a scone Mot my gaze that made to sick at heart. On the Hearth Lay Ben sweltering in his blood his faithful dog standing guard Over his dying master in tho farther Corner Lay an Indian shot through tho brain. A Are you Hurt bad bin a said i As i stooped Over to examine his wound. A yes Sam in a going fast a staid How but i shot Ono of the red devils and the other shot me and would have scalped me but Wolf drove him off. stolen my Rifle and everything else that he could find. Now Sam do you follow Liim and put a Bullet through his dirty . 1 a the shall die Bon if i Havo to follow him to port . Ben breathed his last almost Lis soon As i ceased speaking and filling my pockets with bread and meat i shouldered my Rifle and started. Hour after hour i followed on. Tho track of the murderous Savage. It was nearly dark and i was walking swiftly through a narrow Ravine when suddenly i espied an Indian drinking at a Hole which to had Cut with his Tomahawk through the ice attly a Edge of a Small Laker. Thinking it to be the one i was pursuing i raised my Rifle and fired. He sprung into the air with a yell and fell Back dead. An answering yell sounded at my right and the same can pow 1 i Lead seen Rush from my Cabin door st remarks of mr., Hopkins of Washington on the Resolution for the appointment Ofa committee to investigate alleged conniption or. Speaker i confess to Somo Surprise at tho opposition that has been made to this Resolution As Well As at the Range the discussion upon it has taken. When i Ltd tho Honor of submitting it to tho House on Friday last i suppose Asa matter of course it would to allowed to pass without objection but in this i have Peon disappointed. Now sir what is this Resolution and what does it propose to do tho answer to this interrogatory is found in the preamble. It affirms that it has been alleged and is believed by Many of tho citizens of tho Commonwealth that improper influences Wero used in pro curing the passage of an act of tho last session entitled a an act for tho commutation of the tonnage sir is this True it is True i say that those allegations Aro believed ? if say then i submit whether it is not in tho language of the preamble a duo alike to tho parties implicated and tho Public at Large that an investigation should to had in order that truth May to vindicated and Justice done from behind a Rock and fired at me. 1 Felt tue strike me in the stomach i saw. The rom ii or if re War Oato of this belief prevails to a very considerable a tent throughout the state i do not suppose that there can to a Man found any where who reads tho papers that does not know that these allegations have been spread Broad cast Over the country for months and that an impression Lias thereby been made on the Public mind that can Only to removed by an investigation and no quintal by an impartial committee but tho gentleman from Philadelphia Miv Donnis does not think that the. House possesses the Power to investigate the acts of the legislature of 1861. That body tho gentleman tells us a is dead to All intents and sir has it come to this Blavo to really descended so Low in tho scale of decay that bribery and corruption May run riot in our legislative Halls and subsequent Legi Laturo possesses no Power to investigate tho allegations of fraud Howo Vor Gross they May Havo Boen that legislators May be bought and sold Liko cattle in tho in a word Tomt tho whole revenues of tho Commonwealth May be bartered away for the personal aggrandizement of faithless and corrupt representatives and the people have no redress because Forsooth the Iio Uso has no Power to inquire into the acts of its this cannot to. If such a monstrous doctrine can to sustained then i ask tie gentleman from Philadelphia what Siivo we Eft of our government Worth contending for nothing sir absolutely nothing. Wicked and unjustifiable Asia the Presont rebellion which is attempting to overthrow the government what will to have gained when it shall have been crushed out which i Trust in god May to speedily Dono if it to conceded that a that there is not sufi Orient vitality in tho govern stopped i ment to vindicate itself against the acts of be cd a beef and bnb0. Do a fear is the Shadow of Hope. Íh7 no Man can leave a better legacy to the world than a Well educated family. J5@ Pride is tho first Weed to grow in the human heart and the last to to eradicated. Jossy there Aro Many people whose whole i Wisdom consists in hiding their want of it. To Zta a Many a own Good Breeding is the Best Security against other Peoples ill manners. 86? lie spake Well who said that Little Graves Aro tho footprints of cc7�?�tlio weak May generally be joked out of anything but their weakness. To if tho doctor orders bark has not tho patient a perfect right to growl ? 0speaking of fashionable hats should one say a a tho latest Stylo Quot or a a latest e7 marry if you would Prosper a pair Are always four handed Anundi usual a lv�9 it a a a3t.gnnrration,but our an. 0�?�what bites sharper without Teeth than with tho scissors. A. C7 there Ara persons who forgive injuries but cannot forgot they Bury grievances but set a Stone at the grave. A Jess in ninety nine cases out of a Hund red wealth creates More wants than it supplies. ,. A a smile May be Bright while tho heart is sad the Rainbow is Beautiful in tho air while beneath is tho moaning of tho sea. A a Quot. A ft�s�?�1 if you want to live Long live upon of. The seashore. No matter How fast your Sands run you will always find a plenty 8��?oa Lover often brings suit in the court of a lady s heart without being Ablo to sue out an attachment. Her arms and before the up Fri we mute a Jom tawk let his very soul Quot and the tones of that Grange i a postulate the Carriage had driven off and Tom la a j by Volver and Ondean mysterious warning still sounded in his ears. 1c Quot a Man was standing open mouthed and a slow a he Exola lined after an inert dec a Ono it on tho threshold. The husband on Tual Elfort to banish it from Osmind a it is a in store a to console her with the Hope that. Mere suspicion on her part she can know n Tolje Morrow All Njo uld be right. Lady Blanche and nothing about it but lot her tos beware a screaming heir was quickly al tended Lse in a into lifer in Hiort Rinrin clinic -1 a a. A 1 a Ltd gasping into her fathers arms who quickly for if she crosses my path again i will Send t5 the Village doctor and by Dawn the conveyed her to the Carriage. I Here whore her Bali Ling Many of tho by standers gathered around i diet for the future Quot Tongue will keep once More lord cant reps mansion is All Bustle and activity. The Bells ring Forth a j st. Croix anxious to know the cause of this strange scene. From the narration he gave they gathered that the Earl had disappeared no Ono knew whither. That there was no clue to his. Fate excepting his horse which Cali to Homo a few in inuits after Midnight with dark stains of blood upon his breast and sides. The grief and horror with which st. Croix narrator these circumstances produced a very favor Ablo impression on those we Iii., heard him for to was next Kin to tho Earl f ei1 we a a amp a .iold3 fei1 nearly to Lior and upon his death would come into pos Sesio j i cd a to q in press of of the earldom. Melancholy. She looked More l a a Corpse than a Brido Ana the whole proceeding re next Day the Good Man had walked to. The Ohea teau to explain tho disaster and what was Hia consternation on learning that the lady had Only visited tho chateau for tho night and that she already started by the merry peal for it is the bridal Day of the sole re May for Germany carrying with her the daughter of his House the lady Blanche the a a Tuu of Anser and disappointment Lionso of Glt a Arf Llcy. Agamet the nurse for having allowed hoi dear a Mubinur of mingled pity and Admira to get 80 diet Tolean and Brown. Her Tion filled As the Bride entered i. Persuaded her to Ornain until tho her face was almost As Pale As was tho Cost 1 s return by get they did not return for i a. A. I years. \. _ both children grew up and not until some time after Wero tho fact revealed when the nurse on her deathbed made a dying Declara a cabled far More a funeral in a bridal i ton tie above gentleman at a a my child a said lord can Tref a Fow i tile bridegroom soon entered Whoso Haggard Possession of the estate and whose months after who was in close and a a re est coun Enlil be indicated that to had passed la a a h a a 8. Ionccj�18 a own m Englund conference with Liis Daugher a a i Woi ild not a sleepless night no murmurs follow-1 a t ? secret it it i y to the French embassy urge you to take this step were i riot As c l "8 Entrance even among his own re-1 i or Ilir y years and Only re cutly sure that it would result in your ultimate famei�?T8 for he bore no reset latice to the i. Higher position. at Earl his predecessor whose affable and a i do no doubt it father a said lady ensn5 Hui is Ihnots had a general Jinna Cina the widows. At a recent Blanche languidly. A but somehow tho i morose unsocial disposition in a 1 a Parish a spleen straight Bod very thought is repulsive to me. I never an l haughty bearing made him both disliked 10 in my st exemplary Deacon submitted a liked or. St. Croix and cannot 6ay that 11 an feared. As he took his place by tho Side a port it a writing of the destitute widows and Liko him any better since his accession to his i Ady Blanche he looked Little Liko a Happy sending m need of assistance in the new honors. Thero is to my woman a in-1 Bulc room his manner was abstracted Anil i p., 3are you sure Deacon asked an s Tinct something treacherous a the very glance of his Eye and tho sound his a you Aro prejudiced my daughter a said her father. A a i see nothing of this. Indeed i believe him to to an honorable Man and in every respect worthy of you. You have Wui Mill s Laa Quot a a t ii Minoi mis a Uotila to a Usu -.1, i. And cruel in. .1s we re an anxious Aud restless espre Samp Brathor that you have cobra Van Sion and several times to gave a Sharp Hur it a i be widows lie said to believed ried Glasico around the Church As if fearing if so Buff if any had Beon omitted a a. Run rom Iamon ua___ii__________i.,l a to meet some unexpected guest7 Iio grow tho miss it would to easily corrected Calmer however when the ceremony commenced. I it As it is tho sun1.that ripens As it is. When the old Rector bade those a a who tie so in that Ivos color and flavor As tho ,�?�- he added solemnly As his my a Quot re Nijsse or just impediment Why those a required to do a Lle things in the daughter made no reply a a and will soon two Persona should not to joined together in j. A a a Pant so in Thelio of every Man have no father for my race is nearly run. It boy Matrimony to Declaro it a it was consid8 the Power of god of the soul that is in grieves me to leave you so unprotected and Ore those who heard it As a Mere matter disc Eusiblo to the develop Ament of higher fac it would Tako the last sting from death could a of a and they were startled by tho sound jul ties Ana their development in their highest i see you lord Egbert on a wife.�?�. Of a deep hollow voice in their midst which i m3, said ored to steady myself but failed and fell senseless to the ground. When i awoke tho Sun had set and bends dog Lay by my Side i thrust my hand into my right Vest pocket and Drew Forth Niy watch it was ruined but it had saved Niy life. The Indian who had fired at to Lay at my foot his Throat torn the dog had Dono it to had arrived just Intima for lie would not follow me Whon i first loft the Cabin. I took the indians Buffalo Robe and gave it to tho dog to sleep on and wrapping myself in my own Robo i Lay Down and went to Bleep. I awoke at Daylight and taking nothing that i had not a Rifle for my stomach pained to so that i was unable to carry More i started for Clear reached the log Cabin before night and found Tomt a party of Twenty Deer Hunters had Takon Possession of it. They had buried Bon and the Indian and intended to Hunt for doer and bears a couple of weeks arid then return to their Homes about fifty Miles South of Clear Lake. Before i went to Bod that night i arranged with them to carry my furs and traps Back with them. Tho next morning when i visited my traps i found Thom Well filled with game and it was tho last that i Clear Lako for tho pain that the indians Bullot gave to in tho stomach did not leave Ino until another Winter had passed away. When tho Deer Hunters returned to their Homes i wont with them jut i Rode Moro of the distance of their sledges than i walked. And never Sinco the time when Ben lost his life and i came so near losing Mino have i visite4.clcar Lake though i often visited it before in summer As Well As a lot it Boas you say father a replied lady Blanche indifferently. A a since Walter is dead i care Little what becomes of me. The Earl has Boen waiting Somo time to hold to forbid the the Bride Robin turned toward tho place we no it proceeded. To startled and grew see you Blanche who continued a a May he a a a h 8. Siat it a a fel1 upon tie Swarthy brow come in and receive your consent from your Ashing eyes of Cleopatra tho Gypsy j j i Queen. Unwashed own lips to lady Blanche inclined her head and in few moments the wily Man was by her Side. ,. A a i have no heart to give you a she said by his angry Glanto or tho Many eyes fixed upon Hor she exclaimed boldly a a proclaim Edward st. Croix falsely called Earl of a Gorton to be a forsworn x i Avo 11u to tilt Iii give Yuu Toliu Baliu .1�?T.a in reply to his Earnest protestations lifting of or a Seroua Kinsman and murderer her eyes calmly to his face a a but my hand therefore no fitting Mato for tho pure and is yours whenever you choose to claim i go tie lady Blanche cantref.�?�. A if tho most devoted and tender love canis false she is mad a said tho Earl win your heart it i ingot fail to be mine i ll0arsely. A a let the ceremony dear lady a said the Earl softly. A a a muttered the woman a a you Rush a a nay lord Egbert on a said lady Blanchek a a own. Destruction. Walter Earl of firmly a a it will Avail Little. All the heart a a a the adde i Btu la that i have is buried in Walters grave. Yet Zzz a a �?o5? t a a a w he bad i Promise that All i can give you shall to for Nii f 5 of Obj a a yours any Day you name.�?�. and a Ove tho truth of my assertion. My a i., at these words the Man arose and throw the Earl murmured a few words of thanks ing Back tho cloak Rovo aled a Foo which and then raising her hand respectfully to his though Pale and ghastly Boro a Strong to lips turned away and mounting his. Horse semblance to tho Young Oarle a. Thon walk Rode rapidly toward Egbert on Hall his heart ing deliberately up the aisle to approached full of exultation at his Success. As he was the altar and fixed his eyes sternly on the passing through a narrow defile a form countenance of tho guilty Man Whon st. Wrapped in a Large cloak suddenly crossed Croix a eyes fell upon him he stood Liko one his path startling his horse so that to Noar transfixed with horror. Lion throwing his by threw him from the Saddle. With a Mut-1 arms wildly above his head As if to protect himself from his further approach he foil heavily to tho floor blood gushing from his Mouth and nostrils. All but Ono among that horror stricken tired imprecations he turned towards the intruder. A it is i Edward st. Croix a said a deep hollow voice and throwing Bank the cloak a the Palo Light of the Moon fell upon the tall group supposed it to to tho spirit of the in irm of a woman Clad in a strange fantastic fortunate Earl which Ltd to turned to take attire. Her flashing Oyes Wero Blok As mid vengeance on his murderer and feared to also was tho heavy mass of dior proach him. But lady Blancho Rushing Dorea hair that foil below her Waist Hor com Forward threw Lio self wildly upon tho bosom flexion was dark even to so arthinous. Yet of Hor Lover obtaining convincing proof As Sho in spite of her weird unearthly aspect did so from tho warm kisses that fell upon a a her Ohe oks and lips that it was no spirit but her own Walter Whon they lifted st. Croix from tho place a i % a. Uni v uni Job there was something m the general contour of her face which showed that she had once possessed More than common Beauty. O no Man until lie is Liko a clod until he comes to dust again until he is. Shut up in every faculty can according to the Laws of his nature but to dependent upon others so that to is in himself what others permit him to be or Holp him Tobo 1c7�?� men can never to brought to tho higher form of their own nature till tho soul Lias Boen brought under tho conscious influence of tho divine mind. And the thoughts of god tho feelings of god. The commands of god tho will of god these Arp the instrumental cities by which we Are to come to ourselves. Ads learn in childhood if you can that happiness is not outside but inside. A Good heart and a Clear conscience bring happiness which no riches and no circumstances alone Ever do. Of As Flowers never pit on their Best clothes for sunday but Flar their spotless Raimont and exale their odor every Day so lot your life free from stain Ever give Forth the fragrance of the love of god. _ bar the latest advertisement of an air tight coffin is that it protects tho form from decomposition a a and can to retained in tho parlor As Lan elegant piece of furniture with out Ariy annoyance by life we Aro told is a journey and to Seo the Way in which Somo people eat you would imagine that they were taking in provisions to last them tho a Tholo Long eth of the journey. Civil War has affected st. Louis like a stroke of palsy. Thousands of inhabitants Havo loft that City within a your an immense number of houses and stores Aro vacant and All business of copt government contracts is at a dead Stan deep of diamonds. What a pretty idea it was in the Little child who supposed when to saw a Dewdrop glistening Pori tho Roso that the Flower while to slept at night Lead wept a tear which had Boen turned into a Diamond that child was a poet by. Nature. Tho a a passionate delicacy Quot of tho offspring of song was indigenous with him. Lie was a Genius by instinct. But Ala for Romance if every a Diamond How vulgar that Gem would Bozonie if the most precious of All precious stones could to gathered thus from tho lip of every Blossom How Fow lips of human kind would Praise its Beauty who a few Oyes discern tho gorgeous wealth that now sparkles from its every Zirri descent feature. Diamonds Are viewed almost with reverence by some people and always with admiration by All. But it is their rarity wins Thom so much homage. Mako them common and with their abundance would fado away alas every vestige of their popularity. Vanity of i look upon the tombs of the great every emotion of envy Dies within me when i read the epitaphs of tho Beautiful Overy inordinate desire goos out when i meet tho grief of parents on a Tombstone my heart molts with compassion when i see the tombs of parents them selves i consider the vanity of grieving for those whom we must quickly follow Whan i Soo Kings lying by tho Sido of those who deposed them when i Seo rival wits placed siae by Side or tho holy men that divided tho world by their onto its i reflect with sorrow and astonishment on tho Little competitions factions and debates of Mankind when i read the Datos of tombs of some that died but Yos Torday and some six Hundred years ago i consider that Groat Day Whon we shall All to co temporaries and Mako our appearance together. Nal Inen j. But or. Speaker i subscribe to no a humiliating heresy. I maintain that it is a living vital Principio possessing All Elk Montsy self preservation including of course tho inherent Power to investigate fraud wherever found to exist and although thou body Quot May to a dead to All intents and purposes a yet tho individual members who composed tho body May a still live a and May be tried and if found guilty of misdemeanours May to punished. This j sir is the Only rational theory in Woll organized society. But tho gentleman from Phil Adelphia urges another objection to this Resolution. Iio asks with apparent sincerity a who Are the Puoplo demanding t Lis scrutiny a the gon Loman from Allegheny or. Williaims has answered this question most triumphantly. To has pointed to tho verdict at the ballot Box where the people spoke with a emphasis that Connot to misunderstood and which May not to a disregarded. Sir cast your eyes Over this Hall and see How Many Thero Aro who occupy seats on this floor who voted for tho repeal of tho tonnage tax you will find that with tho exception of Philadelphia there is but a single Man the gentleman from Warren and yet sir in the Faco of this indication of the popular will to Are asked and that too in rather a defiant tone a who Aro they that demand this scrutiny a another gentleman from Philadelphia or. Abbot assails this Resolution in another Mode. Iio thinks that a it is open to the suspicion that it was prompted by other motives than a Desiro to Mako an investigation Quot waving for tho present comments upon tho exceed Ini Good taste of the gentleman in making this allusion i will remark that i do licit suppose that tho motives which prompted tho Resolution whatever they May Havo been,.will have much influence in making up tho judgement of the House. I May simply observe Lio Wev or that Wero 1 disposed to impugn motives i mighty perhaps find a Strong ground for challenging tho integrity of his in opposing the Resolution Asho has for suspecting Rii Iuo for offering it. But this is not my Mode of argument. I am always willing to concede to others tho Samo integrity of purpose that i claim for who make their. Breakfast on cold Charity Are not Likely to get it warmed for dinner. It we Are told to weigh our thoughts most men and women would need a very us Lull pair of Scales. V Quot a Man can to help what is done behind his Bank a As. Tho scamp said when he was kicked out of doors.,. Fit. A. A a a but when a woman wishes to be very affectionate to her Lover she pulls him a Quot naughty . A a a Beauty is Apt to find no fault Witk her eyes Cheeks or lips but she upbraid her hair. even if your heart is in a Causo it., does no to follow that you should a a put your foot in it.�?�. A 8� a a pitchy darkness Quot has Boen so improved in after times As to read a a bituminous . V. Swinging a said by tho doctors to to a Good exercise for the health but Many amp poor wretch has come to his death by it. A oct to Are oftener More cruelly robbed by. Those who steal into our hearts than by those who break into our Quot Why is a vain Young lady like a / on firmed drunkard ? because neither Niiha a is satisfied with the moderate use of the Hiss As a Man Nover has the least in finding a devoted Friend except when to needs one. I Young Man in conversation Onoonan ced to remark a a i am no prop conversation evening a a True Quot replied a lady present profit to yourself or to any Ono ,. E7 a Man advertises for a a a component person to undertake tho Sale of a new Randi Cine a and adds that a a it will to profitable to tho doubt of ibid tho Richmond examiner says tho Southern people can raise any article of Northern Industry. Some witty wag coolly asks a Why done to Thoy raise tho blockade a e7�?o Mynheir do you know what for to Call our boy plans a Quot i do not really a a Quot Well i will Tell you. Dor reason to Call Wiir boy Hans is it a a his As tho Moon whether visible or in visible has Power Over the tides of the Ocean so the Faco of the loved one whether Presont. Or absent controls tho tides of the soul. By amp at Midnight the Blue sky bends Over us dewy and soft and Radiant with inn me Rabie stars Liko the inverted Bell of some a cat Blue Flower sprinkled with Golden dust and breathing fragrance. But a Giddy student having got his Skull fractured was told by the doctor that the brain was visible on we Ipoh to remarked. A a do write to Tell father for he always said i had e7a Jolly old doctor said that people who were prompt in their payments always recovered in their sickness As Thoy were Good customers and physicians Obj a not afford to Losa Thom. A Good hint and a Sens Ihlo doctor. Tho Only Olliev remark i have to make on this poin is that i offered the Resolution in Good Faith with no other motive than to ascertain the truth of falsity of tho charges and if found to to True Thon i Hope that tho investigation will be followed up by such Steps As Wil. Bring to consign punishment every Rascal both in an out of the legislature who has in any Nianzer Boon connected with tho nefarious business. If this to Dono May to not Hopo that it will to tho moans of driving form tho capital a class of men who Havo for i e7"bo not above your profession and al years Beon prowling about our i Falls like a j ways consider it As tho first any Man can Fol set of vultures until legislation has become Low. Never shrink from doing anything a reproach in the estimation of All Puro mind j which your business Calls you to do. The cd men. If however it turns out on tho oth Man who is above his business May one Day or hand that these charges Are unfounded find his business above him. Id nations Liko children grow More rap. Idly and strongly at first than afterwards and Whon men Havo arrived at a certain Grado of civilization they Advance but slowly As All tho stars mount Moro rapidly when Thoy first Rise above tho horizon than afterwards. Id to world is full of Wise maxims drawn from experience to teach men to to Strong bodily and in secular a fluids. But Whon a Man Atton pts to get above the aver goof human culture and As a spiritual and moral Creaturo living not by sons but by Faith then he Viuda the worm penurious in its provision a a or cannot to sustained Thon sir i will to tho first Man to sign a Vor Diot of Requital and this allow to to add would to a much More agreeable duty for to to perform provided tho facts would justify than would tho Converse. Or. Speaker i have not do mod it proper to discuss tho merits of the act upon which this Resolution is based. I Havo oho son to Reserve anything i May have to say on that subject until the Bill for the repeal of that act comes up for tho consideration of tho Iio Uso. I shall then hold myself prepared to demonstrate beyond the possibility of Cavil that the Roopal of tho tonnage tax with Kin Drod measures which have Boen carried through tho legislature within the past two or three Yoars has Takon from tho people Somo eighteen or Twenty millions of dollars and bestowed it upon two corporations. But As i have before intimated this question does not in my judgement arise lot us Thon sir Havo this committee. It is �7�?o upon tho 19th of May 1790, the memorable dark Day a lady wrote to or. Byles follows a dear doctor How do you act count for this darkness a a he replied a a Doar Madam i am As much in tho dark i.8 you id words Are Nice things but they strike hard. We Wield them to easily that we amp it Apt to forgot their Bidden Power. Fitly spoken Thoy fall Liko the Bunsh Inq the Dew and tho summer rain but when a fitly like tho Frost tho Hail and the desolation tempest of Boileau being frequently called upon by an Idle ignorant person who complained that he did not return Bis visits Quot sir Quot said the French satirist we Aro not upon equal terms you Call upon me Mortoly to get rid of your Timo j when i Call upon you i Loso mine Quot big an Oxford student joined without invitation a party dining at an inn after remanded by every consideration of Justice a which he boasted so much of his abilities patriotism and Public duty and i Trust that that Ono of tho party said a a you have told we shall not to driven from our purpose by tho us enough of what you can do toll us some. Fluttering of wounded pigeons either in the a thing you cannot a Faith Quot said he other end of the Capitol or else where. I cannot my Sharp in the reckoning a

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