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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - March 09, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May it always be he Filitz but Uttz Ute a wrong our yol. Is Carlisle 9,1865. I a 1_ _. A a a i 11�Fri or american yol unteed. Jwili hed Evert thursday Gor Niht of Jonn b. Bratton. ,. A terms. A two Bollara if Pittl within Trio Eliarr id Taro Bollard and if not paid within the year. Thomao formic Willic rigidly adhered to in every instant. No subscription Dis anti nod until All arro Aragon paid rimless at too option of. Too editor. accompanied by top Cash and not exceeding one a Piaf will be inserted three mme for $1.60, and Twenty live Ponta additional insertion. Whoie of a greater length in proportion a a Jon Paiker Kos Inch a a a hand Bihy pop Ting Bill pamphlets Blanks labels,1 a. Ac., Apo Tod wit sea Rio and at the Hortet notion 1 though years bavqfpnssfid.avvay.,.� 1/ since my Young heart beat joyously Bend to Ftp a its Foiani of a Riff fit re a. No jewels Hung aroilhd1 my neck. A 0.h glitter�?T4 in my. Hair. A Stop a Tript along. 1 my spirit knew a ii Caret a y a Quot a and eyed their a routes ,. Hard was on. Which i slept Bril yet my sleep was a lurid. My russet Gowby to Maicl aside a. A .oc.ono.,,��.,. I thought in my simple Pill its Charm ooh old no or a fade. I left the cot where i Lead pass d my Happy Ohio Hood years 1. ,. A 1 i left my aged father sad r a 1. My Mother Wari in tears v 116ft them for a wealthy Home a 1 to he a Rich mail s Pride and thought that splendor would atone Tor loss of All beside. My russet gown when next f gazed. Upon its sombre Hue. Brought such a lesson to my heart. A sad As it was True. Its sir apri neatness seemed to Mode a my Silks and Jowels Gay a and a Oro re a a pandering thoughts to those dear friends so far. Tolt How fleeting wore tho Joys that wealth alone Oak Buya a Rand Tor. That Humbie cottage Home a my ,a a my russet go writ Stahl live Lieut a a to Motif Eph amp a growing Pride a silent foil to deride. And theril meet with faithless friends t a Mph the Giddy throng -1. Who Vieo and Plo Asuro in Ali or train \ drag heedlessly along a Foel How gladly i would give my a oath and bed of do nonce More in Sweet Content to a and Wear my russet gown. -. Am ii a our dream of love was Olivious but very Brief. She eloped , apr Das the lord god Lyoth i meant her to harm for i made her my wife and he added with Ansolem nity that startled the soldiers who were not often moved by any strength of expression. A yes she became my Wile 1�?T he continued. A your wife a Ojack fated one or two of the men. Thunder and lightning Here Dick give us your hand my boy 1�?T and a cordial grasp was Given we thought you trifled with the Little child a.1 my parents heard that i had eloped with the child of a tradesman a the Soldier heedless of this went on 1 and a threatened the poor old fellow with ruin and it would not have taken much to have broken his boart for it was half gone already but what was done could not by undone and i thought my father and Mother loved pie too Well to thwart me a and that i had Only to bring her Homo to give her another father and Mottier who we of uld Noyo her joke Here .oryp.,a meant to have put Lief Bank into Aii by sem ant said 1 embrace , a of also Embr a a a my wife tis Tilliy Blit that . Firn a a in w Little Eden of my a a Wii far from the turmoil of then my Little Baty hpurly.�?T, a a a my parents prevented this a he inti used Taften a Auke during which he Drew Iii hand Over Soverall Timea a Thi Pigh things wore crowding to his brain and confusing tiny Vith variety. A a yes they hindered All be Jim Eddie Walds at the time and who a a in Biby was born and a by put it. In my bosom and Laid Lierz Owhi Sweet a to to head like a blossoming Flower beside it a i prayed for her the Soldier a go to sleep and done to disturb 1110 i am going to dream of my Alice and her Cli ild again Aud he foil Book on his Side and a Mournful wind swept wailing by As bad Boon the voice of the dead. My the Young soldiers Story. A generally speaking by Gap the youth 4 stories Byo what is a a al of a moral to Thant and if you done to know what that Mearaa t shall not Stop to Tell you a. A 1 know ran in Low murmurs a Well a nine , a cause sit coma too Lal e it a a la by his voice thrilled As he spoke a and habits uses would be very Doii Toul pc , it matters very Little who of what i am he coat sued. 41 Liao lain m silk Ana Pur do and grew ii As one born to oot Omand. Went to collage and very Likely you think i was a wild Harum scrum Dor Ilof a fellow boating driving Hunting owning and Towning it cultivating wine cards am i so on As you May have Beard that Voung. Fellows with plenty of Money do. We you think so you mistaken a was a quiet studious Young Man. I might Nuu moral his Sardonio laugh jarred As to a fore a an tit w6ul4.hayetbeonpor eotlytru<j., i loved books st Fly. And peaoe.vra8 scholar studied music an the. Arts Fennei Liko Angelou Thore a not a Man m the army a perhaps that can Piny at the. With me and quiet Usan infant i Btu Hau a fiery Devi Fin to. A a i fell in love do 1 a 1 with a of a girl about my age to Wae seventeen and for whom i would have taken my heart out of my bosom. She we so frail and fairy like a creature Tomt i could have put her in my breast to shelter its Ohe would a Little Bird old eke loved Ine with such a strength of Faith that had i been Don Junn himself there was such in her that Sho would have converted me from a debauched into a True honest Man. she is As still now is a Frozen Rill sleeping like the streams in Winter she will never Waken again a and. His head foil on his breast though his Oyes were burning with the paid of his Strong agony were moistened with a tear. They bad a ried at the very fountains. A for both a a my of e uni then t made any mind to return to Vij fathers House a 1f one Day went to my Little Hoine after walking or fishing or and i found Here gone a Bot i Gona l then the. Sleep Inge Devil Wifki to try to a up 1 Learned from the pro Leof Thelio Usu that do Stern Man and i Poi cd Pale woman, dressed,.drove sip in a hoi ass. And loaf Rod Ker off robbed Ine 61 a my wife and child. This Many this woman were Tny Pire uts. I travelled night and Day and arrived at their House in teen. A i demanded my wife 1, they called her a a designing of suing girl to and they said something worse of her to bunk in could Bear and bile need them and made them turn Pale and Tromble. I demanded my. Child a they knew nothing of either. I cursed them both and quilted the House,.never to return a to if More. A a Ai need not Tell lick Long after on by what Means i traced my Alice through Stamps of nod penury fill i found both Mother and babe my wife arid child dying on a mean Jullet in a Parish workhouse. A i could fit to called our by a from heaven and fires from Liell to. Avenge this Immiti Gable wrong for what had this Pale crushed tender Dove done to win such in atrocious injury but when i saw her Pale thin ohm oks and heard her moaning and Baw liar wasted babe on the half starved breast worn a 6 i adored As devotees adore heaven i stilled my Soult shed no tears i heard Lior utter h cry of Joy and pain and then the thin helpless hand wandered Over my head As i Laid it kneeling by her Side in that horrible Hole upon her breast beside Ray child. A a a Little Alice in i said a Little Alice you and your Sweet babe shall live hero no Ion ger. It a. A no Goorge no she said. Of her thin tips Liiv they trembled 1 a no George dear to shall not Long not very give me that Brandy my lad in said the Soldier abruptly. A Ltd to lose a parents to lose a Mother one to Voas to lose a Friend Oue is devoted to to lose a dog that has been your companion for years is All painful what was it to this continued the Soldier. When i heard what she said i had a terrible foreboding of the future. Was it for him i had sought _ her ? was it thus my parents had shown their love wits it to see her die that i had moved the heaven and Earth to discover her ? if tears were rain and a not tia bitter and acrid Shower which scalded my face like a Castio roses would have sprung to life Arnuad her dying Pillow and that dabbled. A a be my Hend in your arms my dear George a she said faintly. A take my child in your arms too. K.�ss111c�?kiss the baby. You love us do you not ?. God bless you 1�?� god protect you do not separate us. Do hot forget us Quot i have borne my ohm but i loved you so dearly no a i forgive every one As i Hopo to,be.forgivenl�?T a i the rough soldiers turned away Ana one or two Quot a a pm a the if eyes furtively a few sturdy but suspicious items sounded sushi. Ciousfy-a6d Quot a a Quot Little wit Bollt rag a a i am Only going before you she Waid arid i Felt that Ahe. Was Setfa Kafig the truth a a i he being before you clasp me Elope re in Eteoe feel your la psf lift Ufi my Heidi a Quot my bobs Montoto Mino a and a and Soi she died my lads�?T1 and for an bar after i hold her baby in his Bosoni till1 i Felt it old. _ it was dead ton 1there was of Long deep impressive pause and again Lio went on.,. They made my heart desolate wrecked and void and in i in turn desolated their household a a and wrecked forever. As they had two passions to feed and Fostor the most boundless Lovo for me their Only child pud. A Pride which. God forgive them 1 they Lead also Given to me and the latter the. Greater they sacrificed to to that Well i trampled on their Pride. They Knelt to me in the dust and ashes of humility and i scorned them. They offer ered me a Bride the fairest in to hts land avid i laughed at-them-they1 could not give me Little Alioe and i a had nothing else to. Ask for l Ibad a Grana funeral irom that year Khenpo wife and child and. A Pooh in Namo on Hor to flip lid and1 after that in i forgot that t had name 1 yes yes 1�?T. Again murmured the soldiers a Wen wit. A a a he r,epe4ted somewhat scornfully 1 All very Well that but different men have afferent,1 la a a. I Soiree. Aft sensual we depraved 5vfith, love w were poll tip Eland Misoon prehension Octuk Lii up amp apion and l i ave met Wolfch but few Quot Yll nit would Imide stand a was Vimb me a nor scion of life of exp btes be. A a a she was _ daughter amp a do am in who moved her,�ik0thh Apple of hit Eye a but she a briny a of a a few qom Pratt Woulf Given Hen one., As twas i cop to make her thought fool that iwas to honoured great wealthy Shu is Defi Enby go a of null co Invin a not parents and i knew that i and avenged Alice for their House is a House of mourning und the world is. To them As to pie a sepulchre.,-i. a a a t v a and this is the Renson,.my x done to Oare for anything shut a my Janto Little Alios my Goldon haired i a Niv can spa in my arms dividend baby.11� tho Douw or Trio trumpet Wako to up and the n l Havo Only the hits uie q a look has not a bomb a a thut 6�?~morrg, Tutill y.a�4 Adi Hend to Host aka Hetio Hiie came in to Hia White a Cheka. In a Inq of ohy6h�abiiat�h ,thptftt9i�y a Mary Quiten of scots. Her regal Mantle and train were of a bluish Gray but velvet Riehle embroidered with White Trilk and pm pros. It was of a marvelous length full six guises covered with precious stones and was supported by Young her ice Utah Maries doubtless Wero entitled to that lie nor but neither they not the commissioners for the Merringe who Werp present As representatives of the three estates of Scotland mentioned in our contemporary Fronch authorities. The estates of Scotland had positively refused to regalia to be carried Over to France to decorate their Young and herein Aorta the nuptial solemnity. Yet Mary to denote her rank a a Asa Fqy Ereign Queen wore a Crown a Cylon this Bias Ign a Crown far Jwj Ore costly to an any previous a Scot Tatish Monarch Ronld Eye a boast probably Piade expressly for. Huh a. The the King of. France or her a wealthy Unolt a he cardinals do Thoj Frappe Rind ado scribed in ooa1 temper Siryj Eoo Iid of ,.6ri��moniais, ris be of. The finest Moat exquisite workmanship set with Diah 6nds, pearls tubies and Emerald s of inestimable Worth having in thai Centro no a Pendant oat value of of Ipoh was Bompus ted at fire Hundred thousand crowns. About her Rice Johnj shop piled by chains of. Prebit a is a fines , Foj him its de cd Ripton must have been Thant at Well known in by the familiar name of the great Harry. This was not ode Iff the e Crown jewels but her own personal., property a haying been derived from her. Royal English Groat Grandfather Henry vii., by whom it was presented to her grandmother Queen . Quot Mary lived in an atmosphere of ele Ganea As regarded her personal habits. She ate moderately but she liked to be. Grimly set Rind daintily served. Her braid a la Tbs and a apkins were of the of feat Quality fringed and embroidered with Bullion and coloured Silky a queenly fashion which gave female bands. She introduced the fashion of having the Laws and beaks of too roasted partridges and Moor fowl that were served at her table Sil Voogd and Gilt. She Rose Early in the morning and transacted much business while walking in the Garden. Of horticulture Ehe bestowed great attention and introduced exotic fruits Flowers and vegetables into the gardens of Hai country palaces rarely visiting a strange place with omit planting a tree with her own1 hands. Those were Long pointed out and consecrated by tradition As memorials of her she was fond of pets of every kind especially dogs and Birds tit Eho do a the i on children she loved her attendant ladies and treated them with the greatest indulgence. No instance of ill nature envy or tyranny towards her own sex has Ever been recorded of Mary but on. The contrary her expenses and a private. Letters abound with characteristic traits of her Hen a Volence and generosity. A Mary sat daily in Council several hours in Earnest de of tip ration with her ministers and advisers but while thus occupied she employed her hands with her Needle a Little table of Sandal Wood. With her and implements of Industry being always placed by her chair of state. Every rightly constituted mind must Anre Oftis this Barac Teristi trait of feminine propriety in a Young female Sovereign whom duty compelled to take the presiding place m a male Assembly. It was necessary for her to listen with profound attention to the opinions of every one and to deliver her own but instead of Rio Lolwing her native modesty to assume the awkward appearance of emby or abstinent or bashfulness she took Refuge from encountering the gaze of so Many gentlemen by bending her eyes on her embroidery or whatever work she was engaged in. A she entered the Council chamber in her regal capacity hut Bhe never for got the Delios of of her Box while ties Strickland. _ How the news of Feroe was received in 1815.�?years ago the office of the old Gazette. Avis in a Honover Square near the Corner of Jpn a a re Street. It was a place of resort for news and conversation is Leo ally in the cloning. The evening of a a Briary 15,1815, was cold and at a Lato hour Only Alderman Sebra and another Gen deman were left with father. Lang tho Genius of tho place. A the office wrist about being closed when a Pilot rushed in and st doll for a moment so entirely exhausted As to be unable Poppenk. He. Has got great news a extol aimed or. Iang. A presently .the.�?T,Pilot, grasping for breath whispered intelligibly a Petois v. In Trio , brepth4 ,8.,fast As Mojo lot Gaiard Pilot a to a a an Iri he�6v, Withof a treaty of peace i Nir they say. That or Lang exclaimed in Cheater word to used boor for and Airhar do i claim my pc ice i fea6�b, -.v. Tha windows Flo Jupt or families lived Tinero then no sooner Woro the inmate sure of the Sweet bound of peace than the windows began to glow with Brilliant Ory of�?T1 peace peace a spread through the City at the top of All voices., no one stopped to enquire,about1 free Trade and. Sailor by rights.�?T. No Quot pne enquired whether oven the National Honor hid been preserved. The Mattries by which the politician s had in Rita trip the nation into War had lost �11 their. Iai Ortance. It was enough that the ruinous War was a a old Man on Broadway attracted by to. Tile , was seen to pull Down a placard to let a Bioh hair been Long posted no never was Oliero Eucil Joy in the pity a few eve hangs after there was a general Illihi nation and although the Stio was a foot deep and sensed with rain vet the streets were crowded with Mon and women eager to see and partake of Cypei the Jug which had in it tho sight or taste a pm act a to Loii Gazette. A a a try prayer boots ar.?, purposes besides that of being enry the Triblo Csc morning. Were at riot for those Little Mari rats people would have it Iriri to hold he fro their prices at Church when they . Gaping or dung their Heigh boys 6r . New a thu Iri the pest pm a i dig in the i so a iffy a he no Dan the we no in was at Tirney i Feria to a de Oil Mason Fri High a oops Puld of a Koht a Phis of fit a and go Vethe oof and Quot. Quot i. Or a Del mob. P a in tho land where i am Gorig 17here my earthly life is of or \ r. When the tired hands of ease their striving and the tired hearts Soho no Mare in that land of Light and Beauty where no Shadow Ever,.crime,to of Ero loud the perfect glory what shall be my Angel name ? a win n the spirit s who await my Moat me army in Torrig i Ltd with what Namo of Jive and music a will their welcoming begin ?. Not the one so dimmed with Earth Stein linked with thoughts of grief and pain not the name that mortal gave me. Will not be my Angel name have Hend it Rill too often. A tit tired by unloving a Quot. A. Earthly uary and sin and sorrow it with their drink eclipse. Of shrill Chango it a Iko a garment a a a when i leave this mortal Frame it i and at life a immortal baptism a i shall Haye another name. For tho Angels will not Call me but the name i leave on Earth a they will speak a holier language or a there i live my holier birth i. in heavenly Musio ,. Sweeter far than Earth May claim very gentle pure Rind tender such will be Ray Angel name. ,. In. A a. It has thrilled my spirit often a in the holiest of my dream but it Beauty lingers with me a Only Liko tho morning beams. Weary of tho jarring discord. Which the lips of mortals shall i with Joy and rapt us. A a answer to my air Gri name ? a 8bvbn-up Good Fob a i Obj or 1. It Flat. A in the state of Illinois there is a certain Village boasting of a tavern stores and four groceries where from a pricing till night Ana from night til Dawn a person entering tho town Inay find in the tavern stores and groceries aforesaid one. Or More groups of persons playing Oards gambling Here is reduced to a some Noel the history of the four Kings is thorough y studied Rind from the school Hoy to the Gray headed Veteran Friori the miss in her Teveris to the to Thor of a Irge family they initiated into the mysterious of High Low Jack Gams right and loft Bowers the honors and the Odd tricks. One of the Best players in the Village was major Smith the tavern keeper or As be expressed it the proprietor of the hotel a widower who like a a a a a a Ajo Stoa judge of Israel a a had a daughter passing fair.�?T. Fanny the daughter was one of the pret tip it girls in thai Village. The sweetheart of Fanny was a Young Farmer residing in the whom we shall designate by the name of Boh. It happened that one Day before Harvest the coring Man was detained in the Village and night found him As usual at the hotel a Eitz to Between the major and his daughter. After a desultory conversation Between th9 two gentlemen on the state of toe weather the prospects of the approaching Harvest and in important Staples of conversation the major need Bob How his wheat crop pro ii is rid of yield in reply he was told that the Young a Armor expected to have at least five Hundred bushels. The major appeared to study for a moment then abruptly proposed a gome of a old pledge a or driven up the take to be his daughter Fanny against toe drop of wheat. This of Poujade , Young Rhian a Riding Nav ily Rofu cd to Juuso Ijo could not Bear Tomt tips hand of her. He loved should be made the subject of a bet or that he should win a wife by gambling for her and perhaps because he knew the old Tiu was hard to beat and there was a Strong probability of dosing both wheat and wife. It Vyas not until tho major with Bis usual rid tinny bad sworn that rimless he Vyon her he should never have her that the Young Man was freed reluctantly to Cen sout to Povy ,. Tho table was placed Canales lit the Oards of Odd cd and the players took their seats with Fanny Between them to the of the game. Regn Larry sheriff red and Cut and it fell to the a joins tot t a Deal the first a land was played Anil bib in ado gift to his Bupp Herits High a lows i game. Bob dealt t in major again in Idri three to h s opponents Orie a he six to Trio a said miss Fanny Witk . / i a Tito major a he dealt tho cards winked Kris a Wirig Lyja a d said a i mood for the wheat master Bob. The old Man turned up a True Ripe it was a Spade. Fanny glanced at hair fathers hand a her heart Sank to held thai tray eight spot and thai. King. She thin locked at Roberts a arid a arid a to he had the in Douce and Jack or Knave a she whispered to Bob tto by go Fri Diflo to. _ a a take �0,- said them Pijor. Robert led the Deuce which the old Raintr to be the Young mails. Over the tabl�1 a in tapping thai last trip with Liis Finger s nid a i re. A that a Good is Rihs tto ,. A i 1 a la it a a skid bub Trillow display of to the Majori Ace a and Jack Yot in his a a High Low Jack gift and game Slio Utoft. Bob al Quot i 1 a out a Cjack Lantrid Fanny a a. A Good its Viliear added bobs it 10 ap8 his arms around heir Hook and kissed her. A Iri Tirifie Uliey were married Rind jever after that ily Hen anything occur Rod of. A pleasant Inturri Lapp or Coli plan they would express their emphatic approbation of Parr ice Breud a i heat la Quot go in for the Why a pearling own a Rio Rioarin forms in which grief is manifested remind Mriz of rift rethink l heard a mayor two ago. Ger Rio Rit Fliri was talking Jpn Tohom her 11 though Ghriri Gril a been lean a of a Bix Iri Ontott a eff Slie Gri Friha of Fri eth fit riri of Noivo Wear Vii Rise tar Inlet of Hira we Ato of a to Phi Larie is a matrimonial cd sad. It Ima foot of which some of our readers May possibly be ignorant that governor am Drews has appealed to the Marisa Susetts legislature to adopt measures for the reduction of too alarming a number of husband loss Yoang women who a a Tarry under his jurisdiction. The Bay state it. Appears swarms with unmarried females of whom there some if thou or Twenty to every Man who Oan possibly he pronounced those Maidens moreover not your boy blushing trembling Young creatures who Confino Reading poetry and trimming honeys okies. They a Bard featured Long sided aggressive race with a relish for the 1 Rug Rance of codfish and whose tears never wakened by ont Iii a my re sentimental than a onion Bod. Tho misfortune which hang a by it the pathway of an Rili Gilri Man in suah a com inanity May readily he imagined a a so of of Hardy Quot and i Nussel a damsels beset him Ort every Side. Ife Oano la marry All of them and it is perilous to take the Onoree which will gratify one but inf i Hite and drive to desperation the other Nineteen. To Friot tie perils to which single men me exposed under this state of things Havo become so imminent and constant that they have driven the governor to invoke the legislative remedy to Whin we Bavy referred it he proposes to ship the surplus virginity of the Gombio wealth to Distant quarters of the country Idaho Nevada Arizona or gun and Washiington. Here he gravely ass riots they will Supply a growing demand for wives a be Uuie the Heads of thriving families and at the same time extend new England influence and disseminate new Englana duo Trines. This air statement of thai evil and thai remedy proposed Lor it by the governor a there Oan be no a doubt that tho scheme offers immense blessings to Massachusetts whore there is positively nothing for those unsought and in muted damsels to do. They ail have excellent appetites and great leaders. Most of them have a turn for Publio speaking too. But everybody in Massachusetts reads and Gables As fluently As they so that while their appetites persistent and damaging their file Nib altogether worthless Tor pecuniary purposes. Reuple won t pay to hear Shak a Peru recited through the Noso of a neighbor whoa they Oan snarl it out with quite As piercing a twang through their a own beak. The Young ladies in Short marketable but Uro Ninny thousand Miles away from Market Aud Lack transportation whisk governor Androw proposes to furnish them at the expense of the . This scheme strikes its As about the fun Niest that has Over emanated even from the Fertile brain of new England. . Have put everything thu Foan be thought of As Merchantable into tho Markot. They Bend metallic big rial cases to Minnesota to catch the tirade in consumptive who go there to die and they furnish More embalmers and butlers to the army than recruits. But thin thing of a a swapping off the yield of their cradles and supplying the matrimonial Market from their Domestic firesides a per con-., tract is u surpassing Novelty in the Way of. Trade. A Friend recently returned from by Stan has put us in Possession of some of the details of Shoho Vornor a plan of which that functionary Only gave an outline to the legislature. It is proper to say that our Friend is v n reliable it seems that companies to be organized. And placed under the direction of experienced widows who to preserve discipline among toe Yuu tig ladies on the voyage out and chock any unseemly scrambling after Uri my ried pioneers on Landing. _ y. A regard for the of fort to say no thing of the personal safety of the adventurous and deserving Bank woodsmen renders it necessary that the regulations on to lib subject should be most rigid. The Young ladies of course to be equipped for the Hunt by their Parent state. Gaiter Bools parasols Balmoral bonnets Dollar jewelry and other necessary and fascinating appliances will be purchased on the contract system and in vast quantities for thai use of third Amazon army la Umatum will to supplied by the barrel and hair pins by the Bushel. As a majority of the Roor uits Wear spectacles a neat article plausibly washed with Gold and warranted hot to tarnish until a husband shall be secured will be furnished to each near sighted Damsel Cruss Fiyod vol. Unters will he supplied Riith goggles. A. Grand Drill will take place on Boston com Mon previous to the sailing of the expedition when tho Testal invincible will to reviewed by gov. Andrews f Doug Luei esq., Mir. Lincoln and other eminent patriots. On this occasion a copy. Of the a a anti slavery Ili Blo a a invented by air. Bar Lingam will to Fri Serif ted to each private along with a l a n smelling bottle a copy of Sumner speeches and a a John Browne a soul a Sot to Mysia the Lovely Host will then to my arched to the. Richarf Richere Frank so ports will in prepared for their a a pm Ptim a and with tears benedictions and fervent prayers that they May one and amp a get parried go to the Hottin or at any rata never find their Way Back the fond on thai agora will bid Obein fat riri Rill. -. It a a i mean Frimd it is. Tetri Blo to the inv a tho Wiite which amp a unsuspected and a a no poke a. For is. Preparing for the. Honest Pioneer. Little do a the doomed a in think is the Woods ring with his axe and he pauses to wipe his blow and Survey the fast spreading Marks of a his Oil that a weeping deep wafted by propitious gales and Savilio g under Lii by stars that fearful mob of matrimonial add is is hourly eating tho Little Cabin in who lube fcb hitherto been Happy. Lucky Index al. Is it that to does of know Hii Fate. No. 88. After Tisiah by ,. A you see goods Liko go Lse they most go when they in fashion and Grad looking or else a Yoke of oxen a would t draw them off afterwards. The Inan that advertises most does the most business because be done to make one Stock last ones life time. I know a merchant at this District who has imported three different batches of goods within year from Europe and now has nearly sold out Noiin. In of does he Aad his partner get rid of so Many goods ? they advertise More toxin All the rest put together a that Shofr i i Wil prove it. F if you want to borrow Mon Obj if Yon want to lend Money Quot you want p farm to rent if you have advertise if your horse Cori pig cosh cup or oxen go astray advertise them rights off and riot run the Chance of losing having to pay As Rii Uch . Pee Worth in charge for Koop aug. If you a Shoemaker tailor . Ring Orion a or any kind of useful Mon Bari cd How the Perille let you .not Osba ined of being a to Pechanio by advertising. If you keep a hotel make it known. When people see a Man advertising they know that lie is i business Man the world is frill of folks who want. Some inn to sell. Some want to buy and tho Only Way to meet these wants and make Money is to Ady Ortise. Advertising is Fike Nib Riyu if followed up. Merchants think Noth Itig of paying forty dollars for one sign with nothing but n Well what do you think of having several hundreds or thousands of signs a week in a a newspaper in it you show Jour whole establishment to the country every week.  1 a a if you Rikiso \ a. A. Just rub your Oyes ,. V a. And go to work and hit a look to the two persons to occupy a bedroom during the night let them Stop upon weighing Beales As they retire and then again in the morning and they will find their actual weight at least Pound less in the morning. Frequently there will be a loss of two or ,.and tho a Orage loss throughout the year will be More than one Pound. That is daring the night there is a loss of a Pound of matter which has gone off from their bodies partly from their lungs and partly from the pores skin the escaped Mato rial is carbonic acid and decayed animal matter or poisonous this is diffused through the air in part part absorbed by the bed clothes. If a single ounce of Wood or Cotton by burned in a room it will so completely sat rate the air with smoke that one can hardly breathe though there Caribe but an ounce of Forsigh matter in the air. If an ounce of Cotton to burned every half hour through the night the Dir will lie., kept Contin rial by saturated with smoke a Noriss there Oan be on open door or window for a it to is papa a now inches of Shioko thus formed. Are far loss poisonous than the sixteen bunco of the lungs and bodies of the persons who Havekost a Pound in weight in the eight hours bleeping for. While the dry smoke is mainly in to the lungs j tho Damp offers from the body absorbed Holh into tho lungs and into the. Pores of the Woolri body a Quot need Inore lie said to a Bow the importance of having bedrooms Well ventilated and of thoroughly airing sheets coverlets and mattresses in the morning before packing them up in the form of a neatly Glade bed a journal of health. Quot arid grim females bin a lumbers disturbed by to Zeip ,di.a0s Wilri amp it Neft a by. W9-01 a a hideous with their a plug Rio Cricri Rtse we fear a to ,4�u�dr�p Fri spa Iris g he Bdl a of drip he comp rih amp Idi that is Side Sall this at least one of theri Attriririat-.edytirgin�. Woald.,, a Imp by Otonie a week after heir Anding writ oar Hafti a of a would win Kridl Keon of Grid dimple Biris ent of toil toi disown ftrirbat.,a n. A a i , ,. A a that theatrical kind of virtue which or quires Publ mity for is a stage a and in a plan idiot g , its Aridi Enrie a would not Dri dip Rindos Peijin the Seora sir of by i Fridri or the a a Virit Keiit of a Dos it it a a i a a a a Taree do Hote adventure a an English tourist at into Lokau finds himself placed at the dinner table via a vis with a Beautiful woman Whoso features ape not altogether unfamiliar to him Llis memory nil Oon Powers stimulated by his hosts Champagne he finds himself Liy the time the ladies have withdrawn in a position to import to an italian Signor by his Sido Bison fiction that their Beautiful connive was the identical persons whom he had Oha cod too see exposed in tho Pillory and branded As a the at a to Arth a a Arinva in a gtd 0% 4 of Tell Ileal a Progress of the Story quits tie Din Ufir Tahlo. And the communicative englishman takes it digestive stroll., la the evening he is summoned by the waiter into the italian s room. Ali Tohe Learng Toni Shorter this the Porson whom he has a nip. Tho Coni Idonat of his Rem in Scencer is Tbs has band of their heroine 1 a recantation is demanded a and a do Tel across tho table is proposed tho italian proceeding As a minor preliminary to falsify the English Man s state Hent by causing a wife who is an agonized Spectator of the , to Bare her shoulders. She accomplishes the process and the fatal scar is seen. A yell that from the husbands lips proclaims Atchee his. Conviction and his a Gony 1 voices i re no a heard at the door and the italian finding Htit. There time to Hobo proceeds to business his first pistol wounds his. Wife the second put a Stop to his own life. The englishman open tho door and the curtain Falls a. A. A. La of t do to Ivich l following is too Good to he Jost it a Young Man who ardently desired wealth was his satan to majesty who tempted him to Promise his soul for eternity if he could to supplied on Earth with nil the Quot Money lie could use a the bargain. Concluded the Devil was to Piip Poythr mopey and was at last to Hove the Soal Ulesis the Young Man could spend More Piney to n the Devil of old furnish Yea spa amp sed Hway,.theman Mariod was sex tray Aganth i Liying built palaces speculated a widely lost and gave away Fortune and yet has Cut in is were always full. He turned politic Iii and bribed Bis Vay to Power and Fame. Witlip vat reducing a i s up u of Gold. He be cm.00 Fil he Ster a and fitted out ships and armies but 1\iwb�?~anxer honoured All his drafts. A Ilo Wenoff to st. Paul to live and paid rates of interest for All the Money lie . But though the Devil male who no he came to pay the Bills yet they were Nof a be expedient after another failed tie do Yul counted the time Only. wait for the soul and. Me kid Brij. Cal fuits of. The despairing a of a a. Up mme if. , of Phi Irdelphia. Rooe ulv or included an address Malliat City by say Irig that he had attempted to keep his mind and the minds of his 8�dienpe away to n the terrible Venta Whu Fli As a nation were crowding upon us but he Felt like one that walks on yes Ariu rims Nelow its entire height gleaming through crevices the burning lava arid does not know at1 what instant it will burst Forth and Swallow him up. There was a fable which Fie had Road of an old Man who walking one Day in a peaceful Valley was startled by a prop Stio voice which told him that at r a Days Tinero would be three full Days arid three dark night of rain upon the Earth. That Trefy one. Ripon whom tho ram fell would become mad As would also Tobeh children. The voice told the. Old Nian to hide himself in a Cave for the space of the refer Days of rain and at tho end thereof to could again visit his former abode. At the end of tho thirty Days the1 old Man follow Prophette voice a entered the Cave and remained there chs la both of thine in Whiteb the Rizin by pm pc Obi Wai to fall. At the end of that time became out ind entered his accustomed habitation hot that a. Change bad come Over the lad. He saw brother slaying brother a cd Friend driving a Dagger deep into the Back of a Friend. The voice of christianity was raised in Eulogy of these Dow Deal crimes. And As the old Man looked upon them in wonder and pity he a looked upon with suspicion. He was threatened with the prison House and with death in do Spain he too put Lugod into the Waters which had covered them All saying in a world of madness it is better to be mad than to to Wise the speaker raid such is the fable and the audience could make their comparisons. 1 to i. To Quot a Leni onless i Miman was observed. Ene evening slicing a potato into a hot Whis key toddy. A a Why what Ore you about a inquired al Harley a its push in a making dear1�?T quietly replied Pat. A but. What you slicing that in for a Togi Jolt a flavor a what a potato flavor a a Surio and Isnit a flavor a flavor whether its Lemon or Pigaty a Philo Smriti c had him there As the Story will show Freddy is a Little Orie of seven year so Gre web the Sou of a minister who with his wife had just arrived at a new Field of labor. Heating i Mother say to his father that she had been deceived by his say a Fig that the parsonage was a three Story building when it was Only a two he said ,�?T a Well a a is right a How so Freddy a a tho Kitchen is i a yes a the upper floor is two.�? a and the. Story a told is three.�?T. A dad other or Why Sarah a remarked a schoolmaster to a Young girl who had failed to give a satisfy atom a Abib writ to a question in arithmetic a when was of your age i would answer any question in Arith me Tio that wat asked to a a _ a Lorse sir i Oan give you a que. Turn i Dori t think you Cari answer a what is it Sarah a a a Why sir suppose tone Apple caused the Lin of the whole human race How Many such apples would it. Take to make a barrel a a of Oil der ? ,. A Ltd a schoolmaster fainted.1 3jy&Quot a funny fellow Fiad an office next door to a doctor s shop. One Day an elderly gun Leman of tho old fog school blundered into tho office. A. Is Tori doctor in a. ,. A of Tony to ,�?T said the waa in full a dribble documents. A of i thought this was his office a next door.�?T. A a Pray sir Oan you Tell me has the doctor Many patients Hying. _ the old gentleman told thai Story Iirth i Oil Ity and tho doctor. Threatened the lawyer by Atli a libel. Fair Young Mother up town in thief a year or two ago at . Young Roamer up town in italian who during the be important occasion of making her Little a a a a. Bov his first pair of coloured browsers. Con Hoy his first pair of coloured browsers conceived thai idea that it. Would he economical to make them of the same i intensions behind and before so that1 they could be banged about in Dnepr evenly and so she fashioned them.,.their effect when donned by the Little victim was ludicrous in the pupa at first eight of the buggy garments so a fearfully and wonderfully made a burst into a Ron of laughter and exclaimed a of 1 my dear How could you have the heart to do it. Why the poor Little follow wont know a whether lies going to school or coming not some years ago there was a Bill introduced in the Georgia legislature to Laya tax of ten dollars a year on All jackasses. A seme appreciative member proposed to. Amend it seas to include lawyers and amendment was accepted arid amid much jocularity the Bill passed several efforts have since Herin made to repeal it but in vain and to this Day All jackasses lawyers and doctors obliged to pay a yearly tax of ten dolours.,. A a. A a jts a Piastri a Swap Pei will itty jail w Burlington a to the amp to Tate on Mariy no i the Mian recently fou Vid Hicri Elfton lib Flisterin-uwwta4igr Tatlier. Nunt to nor by a Thor so so onto Hafif Fol info dais get a to dlr Iri re Afiz do re a a l1, to Harown Chol i Runa Trtat tout Briix m by ty-intoii�?T1i i to Uris a a it i we a a 1 Savage in in s i Untulis Nielan holy Iri nine and is Brick a a by Kriv a Hie rid of they of. So a tie. In we paper went the 6oul.wns Aveil. A. Iia Iid l Lio Gritty Duke of Wharton having inti a Duc Elf a scripture Story into Enri of a i so Eliosin theh a by of lords a was ask Edh a right i Everen prelate. or How it in Ime preaching. when l Ain made . Lori yrs i ,reply. Of a Quot passenger having hired Stu ill in a Tosea -vritherir�u�h1treain asked it it Irish Boatman if body Wari Ever lost to re Jln ply dmm broiler in a i i., a am nil -1---------------�?�? 1. Rit Lias been said that every Man has at least one Good Point in Bis character. A gentleman travelling on sunday was obliged to Stop to have Otie of the slides of his Here replaced the farrier1 a Jurist going to Church but suggested to tho traveler that Jem Harrison might be found at Home at the next Gotgel. This proved to be True and thai a Rio Tio who lad the gentleman hers to to Lri spot exclaimed a well�?T,1 must say that Tor Jem for it is the. Only g6�d Point Boal him he did never to to Church a. Empress Josephine was very fond of perfumes and above All of Punk. Her dressing room at Mai Maison was filled a with it in spite of Napoleons frequent remonstrances. Forty years have elapsed since her death and. The present owner of Mal Maisy a has had the Walls of thud dressing room repeatedly Waeber and painted but -. Neither1 a crabbing Aqua Fortis nor Point a been sufficient to smell of the Good empires eds a Wev As Boron g of if the bottle Onieh Cost Abrid it had been but yesterday re Rived a a a act 1 r hives with Little Beds and Honey. Coliey a a life s bocks they mend our Yooko fint done to they spend tho Money t when re Rio 1i�kthrity Babi us q�ipk-mat1 a if thrips a love a if not we Diri and yet they try and raise toi Betoni Bovo g l fit again next Day. I ,�.5iti-.?�� i-�40 . 1� reply a a a. With hatred. Would h1 cwt and no Nasarit a a he Piriak sweetly and please Antly a. A a al wan no , i i a a i a a j pm if fit

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