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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - March 25, 1852, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA Quaw by John b. Bratton. A a Oun Colinan re Way it always m Mon ukr a Iuit on Whoso Oun at a 00 feb annoy. Vol. 38. Carlisle Tav thursday March 25, 1852. To Erica l. The jul dead. A. To Vail 110�. A Costa Rostok. A Why weep file thee 7�?�ao� Hes deat not. Toa Tetra that o or thy shed Tbod it hippy Atid thou of eldest not i our sighs fur. Thea the Early dead a Why weep for thee stay Caree Are o or forgotten now in Yon Bright Akles. To Lark its destined Shore a and lies save moored la Paradise. A Why web for twice 7�?thnii st Only shared. Of Phetsi Nellei of youth s most summer clime a to , thy course thou Hast been spared a a the lengthened Riske and storms of time Addlfas Cloud e or tried to throw a a Shadow o or thy sunny Day twos like the tear of Vuini twos scarce Seon Ero charmed by Niles away. Then let Lis not shed tears for riles a Sun Check the vain and self shouldst a cause of envy be. To struggling mortals Here below then Besliy Tomb with roses twined and be thy grave with lillies spread let s weep for those who Aro left behind Fiji Dot for thee the Happy Diendl from the Dublin University Mig Acine. -.1memory. Soft As rays of sunlight stealing Quot pc Quot on the Dylan Dayr. at Chimes of Low Bells pealing when eve tides away. A sad As winds at night that moan a through the Heath o or mountains Lone coma the thoughts of Days now Gono. On inn Bood s momory., a a As the sunbeams from the heaven. Hide Kiev a their Light a. As the bolls when hides the Evin a a peal not on the Niehl 5. As the night a Nils cease to sigh when the rain Falls from Tho sky a pass of Days gone by. From age s memory. I yet he sunlight in the morning. Quot. Forth again shall break. And the Bells give Sweet voiced warning a a a to the world to Wake. A a a soon the winds shall freshly breathe Over the mountains purple Heath. But the past is lost in death he hath no memory. A amp . From hungarian military thrilling tale. Bridie. A tilt a Kllc of love Doty and patriotism. To n Small gallic an own was quartered a Divi a too of Hussar a splendid Fellows for whom to heart of Many a Poliah Maiden beat quicker than Ila won. Tho Moat Beautiful woman in All the neighbourhood loved Tho beat Bado amongst the Hue Aars he Captain. A coun Tasa Anna k Usky the Lovely polish i. Dow had Boen for six months betrothed to the bold Hui arts officer and the wedding Day was near at hand. A single night intervened. On the ave of the Happy Day the bridegroom went love Ait his Bride. He waa a tall slender Man with the Bloom of youth still non hit facet but his High Furch Eod was Alcoa. By Bald Sun add Kroon together a As the hungarian proverb says the Bride was s fair and delicate lady with abundant Buok looks a Pale nervous countenance and Blue that unusual Lustre which one finds Only in polish Blu Oyes. At Tho sight of her Lovorn her Alabaster Cheek was overspread with Tho roses of loves Spring time and her Oyes Boa Mcd like the rising Sun. The bridegroom would Tain have appeared cheer Ful but it it hard to deceive the gaze of Lovo which reads the beloved ones trouble to each fold of the brow in each glance of the Eyo. Tenderly she a Prouo hed him smoothed his forehead s wrinkles with her hand and Impf cd a kiss in Lhoir place. But again they returned. A whal alls Tho Dearest this sad on the eve of our wedding Day a. I t nothing ails me bul i Atn annoyed at an incident a casualty a which i cannot Tho court martial has condemned o Man to detail. 1 have just now signed the Senteno. Tho Man is to be shot to Morrow just on our bridal Duy i would it Weie otherwise i a the Man is doubtless a criminal v. According to military Law. To has bean do a a thing a oldies from their duty exciting them to desert and return Home to fight the serbs. Death. Is the Penally attached to his orime and you have Aig nod the sentence ? Aro you not a Magyar ? Lovo you not your native land a Lam a Soldier before everything. I Respol Tho laws., a Moss into. You who loves so Woll can not to devoid of that most enabling kind of Lovoy Patriot ism a a a i can love but i can not dream. Of the Maxima and principles off revolutionists 1 understand Nota word but thus much 1 know revolutions Nover end wail. Much blood Little Honor eternal remorse.�?T. Say not eternal remorse but eternal Hope. Ilo pc that a Lime must will Compono ale All buffering and sacrifices a a a. Tho fair enl Husina quilted her bridegroom s aide sealed herself at the piano and played with of Verlah Energy Tho Well known song a a Nocoli fat Polon no Cal Varia Ron r. Lier crop lulling Ali Gourli Lior car. Her Lover of. Pron Clied ipod removed her lion which trembled Wlllie Motlon from the key. Of Hie instrument end kissed it.,a poor Poland Woll May thy daughters weep Over thy Fate but alas in vain. A was lately in Peath. Pm Alang along a Etrest whore a Large House was building i noticed among Tho labourers a woman carrying atom to and fro upon Ier head for Tho use of the masons. Twice thrice i pasted Bosforo her. The sweat streamed from Lior face her limbs could scarcely support her. She Wesnor longer Young and the toil was Severo. This woman once possessed Man his life whose patriotism was stronger than your own. On our bridal Ove i ask you for a Many a life As a wedding gift. A ,. A and a soldiers Honor a punish him otherwise. Athera is but one alternative the Man has in Sli galed Mutiny Ondy de ortion the Law has doomed him to death. 1 Mast exe Euto he sentence or Fly with him to Hungary. And thence i Well know i should never return. In a Case like this the. Judge punches or is an accomplice of the criminal. In one hand i Havo the sword of Justice in Tho other Tho Banner of insurrection. / Chokio which shall i raise a. A a a a a a a a a. The sky wok scarcely reddened by the Dawn Whan the prisoner was led Forth to execution. Silently without other sounds than that of their horses hoofs Marc had the Square of Hussars. In the a entry in an part. Cart was the chaplain a Crucifix in i hand and beside him in a White shirt bareheaded and with fettered hands Tho Oular Ltd George of st. Thon Tari ,. The Sun Rose As they reached the appointed place the plumes of the. Hussars and the Grey locks of the condemned Trifan fluttered in the morning they took him from the cart six Hussars dismounted and Unsung their carbines the remainder formed up. Tho adjutant unfolded and read in a Stern and merciless voice the dec Tenco of death passed of st. according to custom try Soldier stepped up to the adjutant pro sent a him with a Wand and in race implored mercy for. The condemned men. The third time the officer broke the Wand in two throw it at the criminal s feet and said in solemn tones god i merciful a at these words the doomed Man raised his head his attitude grew More erect Hie feature glowed. To gazed around him in to faces of the assembled soldiers then upwards at the purple Clouds and spoke in enthusiasm to ones a i thank Theo 0 god and thanks also to you my comrades for my death. Life has Long been a bur then to me death la we one. I Hae lost ally wife and child House end Home my country alone remained to to and her i could not free Tro juice to to Yuu comi Ades bios god that yonder beyond the in attains you have a Mother a beloved b ring a faithful wife an infant child awaiting your return. Yonder beyond the mountains you have your Homes your colleges your families. Pray to god that last hour Yon Jay Welcome. Death a joyfully As i who have nothing left upon Earth Iio paused and Sank upon Hia Knees As if Power had departed from his limbs. Tho soldiers stood motionless As statues. The adjutant waved the paper in his hand. Gloomily the six Hussars then raised their carbines. Onco More fio adjutant raised the folded paper when behold a noncommissioned dashed out of the ranks am rioted the fatal document from his hand Tore it and threw the fragment at the feet of the firing party. A a. Two Hundred sabres flashed from heir so it boards and amidst a Cloud of dust two Hundred chargers scoured across the Plain. A f a a a. A the wedding guests Wero waiting. Tho Bra Del Groom was Hare in full uniform glittering with Gold and the beauteous Brido in her Graceful Robe of while lace. Yet a Romont and she would be Hie wedded wife. A a Tho moment was very Long. The bridegroom awaited his adjutant s return from be uni then hoj Voute not approach the altar. What if at the very instant Tho solemn yes passed his lips there reached his cars he rattle of the life do Troy Long Volley which he the thrice Happy Lofren had commanded. What if. Whilst gods servant implored heavens blessings on their Union the angry spirit of Tho criminal invoking vengeance on his judges head appeared at the Footstool of Tho almighty st i no adjutant Camo. The bridegroom was an easy. Yet Une Asier grew Tho Bride. A perhaps a he whispered it were belter to postpone the a. A or to replied to hasten it. A foreboding of evil oppressed them both. And still the adjutant came not. Two or three hours now elapsed beyond the Sepo Inrod noon approached each Minuto seemed an eternity. At in is hoofs Olal Otfred in Tho court. Hasty slops and Jingang spurs wore Hoard on the stairs All eyes were fixed upon Tho door. It opened the adjutant appeared Palo Dusty exhausted with the sweat streaming Over his face. Remain without cried the bridegroom. You bring a Moa Sage of Doalph enter not Here.1 no message of death do i bring a replied the officer hour Acly hut a Hundred times worse. Tho condemned Man has liken Tho Hussars away with him ally towards the hungarian Frontier. A ecu ple of tongues off they released to to Mako my re port.�?T. A. A my horse a shouted to bridegroom hurrying to the door. Out he pahs cd at who sight of Hie Bride paler than Ever and with terror la Bor Glanos. A Quot / a a wait hut a moment Dearest love who said clasped her to his Proust kissed Lior end threw flu Iswulf on his in so. ,. Tho animal reared beneath him and would not leave . The rider struck hit spurs sharply into his flanks. Once More lie looked Bank. There Sho stood the beloved one in her bridal dress Upun Tho Balcony and waved her kerchief. You will Toon be Bjiek a she said. _ bite never saw him again. Point it handsome Napoleon la Isis the Captain gazed hard Al in Cortij but a a raised not Hie Sabre to strike. Behind him Bis a a 57��mblmd.b 1 so my Viliy is of a shopping a a Hod Poltz Lotins of d�?olim01u, Uble Oil Puou. Of Volt youth oud thoth glory a i i. Cuu Nuy. It a sri a the my i to raised not i. A Bro a to strike. Behind him i. A few evenings since says the Boston Post Tho tile Empire had mods him old Bosforo his Tho. Genoer train on the a Railroad arrived at or Stibor am Ballon Dahs has of. Of. Muh tvs a i Sions Quot arriving of of Ana inquire the Way to Ino Man a a a 1 Dill ded belb0b0 Bor a cd pos. Other with o Ianth a Stroo. fierce conflict so no we was no of in than to have in Quot ,r0, be �r.0�?on1,1�?ori1 Quot Dine Quot Holt do Quot a a his Nirh to overpower him his Bead a a Ink upon his h�?~8 arrant i which Lher Luttan to Nava the corpulent nil bonded to Deaden his limbs end ener Breset. Suddenly blazed the trumpets in rear of the Nile of lloy Wedlock performed. The reverend val0 Hii faculties. An Early obesity overloaded him Squadron at the martial sound his eager War Hurse gentleman was just leaving to perform a service w1th Leib. I. Cheeks with branded beneath him. With Awakening enthusiasm of another kind and suggested that the parties Muscles and hollowed with the Workings of Genius the rider raised his Hoad and waved his Surbro. Should wait his return. But John was in a hurry were Broad full and Over him gig like those of Olio Forward then a he cried in gods name a and tie minister thinking he could make a Short in the roman medals of the Empire. An excess of. And Forward lie sprang into Tho fiver the two Case of it consented to Tarry but the bridegroom bile mingling with the blood. Gave s yellow lint to Hussars by his Side and the Cloven Waters splashing was not quite ready. Hie trunk was out on the the skin which at a distance looked like a Var Nash of in pearls around their Heads. The Blu mountains 1 in lengthening column Tho Hussars followed arose the Stream the Horsch bravely Bre Asting the flood Forward Forward to platform and said he addressing the minister Quot Spose you just help is in with on getting it into the House he added Quot just help me up stairs with it Elizabeth the bold riders singing their wild Magyar ditty.�?j0 dre98�?� Tbs done. But dark and gloomy was their Leader brow for it y0ung lady present As he descended Quot Spose you each step led him farther from his Happl nos and on and help Elia Elk pile Gold on his countenance. His lips still prose re. De their grecian outline and steady Grace passing easily from a smile to a menace. His solid Bony Chin loomed an appropriate base for his a Quot and How Quot maj Quot How to a i 00, a Quot a a Lnu it Llin and . The a a paleness of his Cheeks Guvo greater. Brilliancy to the Bride. A. A it in the midst Oft a troops Rode Georgs Ofsa Tho mss in his hand the Banner of Hungary. His Cheek glowed his Eye flashed each step brought him nes re to Rov Onge. The troubled Stream is Onoe stilled ills fir Wood receives the fugitives and their horses tramp Dies away in the darkness. Here and there from the Distant mountains the Herdsman a Horn resounds on their flanks and the shepherds Firo gleams like a blood red Star. Forward Forward a a a a Back to thy Lair blood thirsty monster Back and sleep. Let Tho Forest grass grow Over the ensa Guined Plain. How much is destroyed How much has passed away. How Many Good men who. Were Here Are Here no longer and How Many who remain would Grieve but Little if they too Wero aum bored with the dead. A the hero of Battles is onco More a robber end a fugitive. The a run hand of the Law drives him from land s end to lands end. In the mad House moves a Captain of Hussars Sod Ever repeats wait but a moment Nono the Rocs guess the meaning of his words. Only George Osl. Thomas is Happy. He sleeps in a Welcome Gre a a Sweet renown and deep Bovengo. A a a list 1 too was yonder born where brightly beam Tbs. Influence of also states a it Hoa been quaintly but wisely Asid remarks the Hartford Courent that Mankind is divided into but two a faeces those that Lead and those that Are led. The first Are few in number but they give a tone to society a character to Tho world around them and Are frequently accountable for Tho Lolly be Tbs vices end the crimes of a whole coming Pill. The same fact takes Pisco among the Young. Human society is the sit no in Oil Ages and among those just entering. Life there May be found the Leader and the Fol lower for either Good or evil. To the leaders we can Only. Say at present beware of the exam to you set. Tho destinies of human souls forever depend upon you for you Hyvo More influence in who forma lion of the character of your companions than oven the parents themselves. The Lime is coming when All the evils of a wrong influence All the consequences Ofa corrupting example every unholy or impure Precept every character contaminated and every Prospect of usefulness blasted through your so ency will Ery out trumpet Tong died for your Eon Damn Tion to those who Are led whose Deeloy and character depend upon the la fluency of others to can say Quot beware of your your minds Are pliant your opinions unformed you Oro ready to pursue any Road pointed out to you by Tho amusing companions around you. Beware then of whom you choose for companion. If they Are vicious your own docile dispositions will to easily led into Tho same Dunge ious course they Pureyo. If Tho Morel principles of honesty and purity Are wanting to them the contract with their stronger Powers of dec stun will soon undermine those principle a in your heart. This Caulion be More particularly needed by Young and Isab from the country who go to the City As clerks or apprentices. Their whole character not Only during youth but forever May depend upon the Choice of the first companion. Their whole a a Crois in their employment Tho acquisition of Hose habits that will make them useful and resp Octabio he Renaer will depend upon the influence of Tho As. Socials they select. They May conduct him by Steps Knapp troll in himself to the downward course of dissipation dishonesty and degradation or they May Lead him insensibly to the higher walks of to Broty honesty Industry and Good order until habits Are fixed character is steadied and Success in business reached. Much May to not say every thing to them in life depends upon the influence of Atenci ate. Surely Buoh a request could not to denied tube lady was dressed and her toilet duly made As she was about to descend she Bethought herself that Johns wedding Quot Rig Quot was in the trunk and a he would thank the Young lady if a he would take it into Johns room and Call him to get ready. A the Rig was accordingly taken into an adjoining a Hamber and the bridegroom showed Quot where he might make this occupied time. But it length the parties descended and taking their Batione the service was about to commence. At this instant John filed off to a Distant part of the room where the Young lady was sitting and said to Here. Quot come now Spose Yoo just go and stand up aide of Elizabeth it will make her feel the lady acceded. The two were soon made Quot one flesh Quot and the Clergyman left it was exp Otid of course that the Happy couple would take the latter train and proceed on their Way that night. But ail hurry was now Over. The parties seated themselves and seemed at Home. At length John spying a piano said to the Young lady still in the room. Quot come now Esposo you give of a tune on Thal ,&Quot Quot a. The lady complied it was e sentimental Long and the bridegroom was in rapture. Quot never heard each a right Down Good thing in Mil. My life and now Spose you go right through Al it was repeated about this time the car whistle announced Tho approach of. The train. They were informed but John said to Quot had no thought of go ing from Stich a confounded Good place that they stayed in thou morning they took the Early train and justas they were leaving Tho generous and grateful bridegroom slipped Aat Lver Dollar into the hand of the Clergyman his eyes opening and glistening like the rising there Quot said he Quot take that i m going up to a. In be a brother there he s going to be married i la Send him right Down bore for Yoo do the thing so handsome. Forward Rood the Hussars upon their rapid Tourso Forward to the Blue mountains Over through Forest wilderness Over pathless heaths up Hill and Down Over Forward to Tho dial ant mountains right and Loa so plod Cilious appeared and vanished Tho Vesper bolls Gro Elod Thorn As they p used loudly neighing their in sos swept along wifi and Evor swifter. Amongst Thorn rods the Groy headed Man guiding them by untrodden paths Over swamp and Mour through Slont Groves of Pine forwards to Tho mountains. In Tho evening Twilight. _ Mihov reached Tho Banks Ofa handsome Stream. Here in w�.7.r. Of a ,&Quot.� a i and nil Dhul Pionto All. Waa Bim. A. Por the first Lime they dismount to water the sir horses in the --------.�?. A a tale were surmounted by a Prince s Cornel and Many Are the joyous hours 1 Havo spent beneath its hospitable roof. Whon st Tho sound of the noon Day Bill Ehe so Atod herself at Hor wretched meal i so it costed her. For a Long Lime Sho would not recognize me then she turned a Way Hothead am wept. Tho Othor to. Man Only laughed Al Hor. 1 of Lorod her Money Sho thanked to and look very la lilo. Sho the my Stross of millions Besought Molo Send the remainder to ber Little daughter whom she had left dependent on a Rich family in a Distant town. Whon i had last to fender shows a Lovely child eix years of eight Yeal a had of spied bringing Hor to Tho Vorgo of womanhood. I reached the House. In answer to my inquiries a girl Sepo erode not that fair and doll Oato being whose Sweet countenance still dwelt in my memory Bat a rude Cro future with hard and Coatse features sad wild eyes. She did not recognize me often though she hid seen rate i snob la her in polish a he understood nut a word. I asked after her Mother. Sho stared vacantly in my face. Truly the Falo of Poland is a terrible sex Templo or what be nation May expect from its neighbor when it engages in a struggle with one More powerful thin itself and woe to the Magyar if to does not profit by the warning. A a ills no Magyar who can talk thus. Anns thy first husband foil in Tho Battle on Tho Morrow of thy. Wedding Day. Would thou lose thy second bridegroom on its very Evo ? a i with contrition i avow my culpable weakness�?1 love you More than Ray country Muro than Liberty. Until to Day no Man Ever heard those words from a polish woman. I wish you to Sori Fiona yourself did you seek to do so 1 should sure by hold you Bank of Ohleh no polish wife Ever did yet Lober Hui band. Aug Crevo of Yoa is to Leevo that the wave whose source is in Thorn to leu the horses sup Tho tool Stream there their riders Slatko up that Gay and genial song Whoso Overy Nulo brings memories of Home a a hot i Antcli Tell bin Dori Acboren to Dor Stern dust strabit.�?T�?T. A but Tho Vid Eues nuke Suddon Lagos that Somo one Toniee. In the distance a horseman is seen ins Alcea flies in swiftness with the wind his Long plume and laced Polisse Stream behind Tho Gold upon Bisso Hako Glit tors in red Sun rays. A the Captain a is murmured around. The Husnara mount draw their sabres from e line and when Thor Captain appears in their front they offer him the Ous Tomory Salute. Breathless with airy end Speed at first he . Motionless in vent of the line his Sabre quivering in hand he or st a loss for words to express Hia before he can find them four Hussars quit the ranks Tbs youngest the same who Tore up the lenten eos raises is hand to his Sosko and a Dresios his Chieft a Welcome Captain you coma at the right moment to accompany us to Hungary. Short time is there for deliberation. Decide quickly. We will Moizo your horse bridle and Lake you with us by Force. Woll do to know that you Hume willingly but so will you avoid Dos Grade should defeat be our lot. You must go with us by forgo. If we succeed Yore ice glory if to fail the guilt in our since we compel you. Play your part. Defend yourself in Cut Ono or two of us from our Sod Dlos Tho first who lays hands on your rein see i grasp it t 8trlke, Captain and with a 1 Yankee wit. Boon after Tho revolutionary War a Brave Yankee off Ioor a former service happened to be at Petersburg in Russia and while Thoro was invited to Dine at Tho Luble of a distinguished mor Ohanlo. There was a Large number of guest at the table and amongst the rest in English lady who was anxious to appear As one of the a knowing ones. On understanding that to american was set Llang near her Sho expressed a determination to quiz him. She fastened upon him like a Tigre a a skin no cornus inquiries touching our habits a alums dress Maii nors kudos of life education Amuso Monti amp Otu All those queries Tho Captain gave courteous answers which ieemed1o satisfy All the comp my with the accept inn of the lady Hor Solf Sho Una Donar Nii Ood nut to be sat fled end Wehl fit have Tho Rich people in your country any of Arriago far i Eup Poso hero Are Somo who fall themselves Rich a my replied Tho Captain a is in a Small town upon an Island where there Sre but few carriages kept but in the larger town and Elliea on the main land Ibero Aro quite a number maintained suited to our Reub Toen Moi ices a indeed 7�?T replied his fair questioner in a one that was both interrogative and exclamatory a i Osnel Ejnoy whore you find Coio Mon. I Ghoul do it think the ame Loina knew How to drive a two find no difficulty on slut Aero Una Madam Camly replied the Captain a we can have plenty of Drivers by sending to England for them. A a to England a exclaimed the lady speaking cry quickly a i think the american ought to drive the English instead or the English driving Tho Garieri to did Madam in the Uto War a replied the Oft Fleer a bul since the peace to Havo permitted the eng llah to drive us a there to no More a quizzing of our Amer loan during the dinner. Lip walled in vain like a Sara Weller be Pink week for Tho next question. 1the negro Monarch. A French officer writing from Hayti gives a portrait of the negro King that is Worth preserving for comparison with whits ones while Kings ust Quot we have seen Hie Imperial majorly the emperor1 Autlin 1. A the suit which we officers paid to him no received i with All the etiquette of european monarchies. At our the principal court of ibo Palace formerly the residence of the French governor we found ranged in tolerably Good order platoons of the Foo Guarde and of cavalry also on foot who presented arms As our staff advanced. After having waited for some time id the first Saloon to were introduced in the Sallie Des Mareo Baux where Tho Gus id marshal adva cod toward us. He wore an elegant lieutenant general a uniform a shortly after one of the urge doors was opened an usher cried a the Era Eroi gentlemen a a Fiu Liri i. Then entered surrounded by a staff wearing Bra hint uniforms but awkwardly end without taste. The emperor seated himself upon a raised Arm chair and begged of us through his guard marshal to sit Down. A to the Courland aids do Somp they remained standing but were covered. After an insignificant conversation of four or five. Minutes our com Tnador Rose and to took leave of the emperor. We were Occum Panido to Tho doors of the Palace by a veritable escort of generals. The emperor u of i cry Fine Black and Awell made Hia features Are Izard but intelligent. He wore a Limpid dark Green boat with Tho Star of his order Faatin i and the grand cordon of the legion of Honor White trousers on admirably Beautiful sword a magnificent Cono and ornamented with seven urge stars to disc kids. He Wear his costume with a Good deaf of Grace. Sun Louque has made himself Binder Pribut to had not Boer crowned and is he imitates Napoleon in All things he is very anxious for Tho ceremony. He Lio sent to Romo an ambassador to demand that a Bishop shall come to Crown him. End make him an emperor a by the Grace of god and of Tho holy it appear that Hia. Holiness who repro chos Autlin i. With having am what unceremoniously declared himself chief of Tho Ustun Church Tho orthodoxy of which is vory contestable and Wiloh has so sorely anything Catholic excerpt the name has flatly refused. However Faustin. J. Has not yet Hope and he has recently spent 750.u00 Frances in purchasing a throne a , crosses flags velvet and Silks and he has unused s throne room to be built Wiloh u really admirable in decorations and Rio Quot hangings. But there is no Bishop. He a Iosty wishing to sea All his people has gone on s visit to different places followed by Hia guard and by five it a six regiments a vary numerous cortege for such an of Salon. The part of the Island Wiloh was Spanish and which now forma the Donni Lioan Republic a much alarmed As it fora Hla Raa jetty intends an invasion. The great Powers however have declared that in care of agg Reabion they will eatable a a blockade. Such is the position in which we ire with Faustin i. Until we Ahall blockade him in concert with the English but perhaps Hal is hardly . Blue of Hia Eye. Hla look was aware Hong unsteady yet k wavering flame Art Emblem of i1u forehead seemed to Heve widowed from the scant Ness of his Thi Black hair was falling from ibo moisture of continual thought. It might be said that Hla head naturally Small but greatly inor Essed in Sixo to give ample scope Between his temples fur the machinery and Dombi Halloo Ofa mind every which was an Empire. The map of the world seemed to have been entrusted to the orb of that ref Leotilo Hoad. But it waa beginning to yield and he Inolin a it often on his breast while crossing his arms like fro risk ii., to attitude and gesture which seemed to affect. Unable any longer to a Duce Hia courtiers and his said cars by Tho harm of youths it was evident he wished to Fao Loate them by the rough pc Salvo and disdainful Char motor of him self of his modal in Hla latter Days. He moulded him Elfae it were into the statue of reflection before his troops who gave him the nickname of Quot father to assumed the pose of something rough rude and Savage in his movement revealed his Southern and insular origin. The Man of the Mediterranean broke tit constantly through the Frenchman. Ills nature too Groat and too pow. Erful for he part he Hod to pity overflowed on a ii occasions. To Boro no realm bunco to any Mun Arokod him. Superior kind altogether different lie. A a ii my thib wit i or Aoa by a ii Battle Fields out of his element even in hit own pal see and a stranger Ovon in Hia own Ompre. Such was at this period Tho Profilio the Haat and the external physiognomy of history of Tho restoration. The Grumbler. Fitgue Lake him in our opinion he is the Gre Tost of All bores. To have no patience with him to what Good comes from Gram blog ? does it make business better Hen sickness Doea it do any sort of Good ? then Why ool to cheer Fol and smiling and pleasant i you Are a merchant remember that business cannot always be brisk. Now and then a Dull Day or a Dull week will come. you sure that a wide Providence Dock not order an occasional Dull season that the mind May find Relief from the Wear and tear of Busy life Why not take such Oce Asinos for harmless recreation who Chi will recruit your strength end Tyno for the dirtiest of life. Then Koep your tamper. Be Good natured to yourself and to All about you. If business a Dull open your books and enter into a careful examination of your done to be afraid to know exactly How Yoo stand,�?T"1 to Truo to y ourt Olf and you will to True to All Mankind. But no matter whether you hate gone ahead or a hand Don t Grumbt. To one and All we ear Don t grumble. We Mutt have wind and rain and drought. Cold and heat and Froat and Snow Good crop and bad crept Good Timet and bad times. What we lose one year is gained the next. In Tho end everything will Como out right. So done to grumble but a a laugh and grow fat a item Tho Aglioti Worth font tag. L Oan speak it from ,&Quot.�aysifiv6elfc a ruled Erasmus a that there a la Tlly Bend flt to is do. Re cd from the scriptures if they be read cd Aoril or carelessly but if a Man exercise himself Iho Siti constantly end conscientiously he will find a Noli of. Fleacy in them a is not to by found in a of by bar Book whatsoever. A a 1 a the genuine philosophy of Chris say s the a info author cannot be derive trom any source to Kutt Oess fully As from the books of the go spa Lac add Apost Lio epistle in which if a mad Phi most he a d with a pious spirit praying rather Ilion Arguti Ifft Lisl will find that there i nothing Condo love to in rehab Fineas of Man and the pm of Alf duty of Man life which is not in some or these writing Laid Down discussed and determined in a c6tdj>1e e and satisfactory manner. That which Stamps non Tho scriptures the highest value Eye Bishop porters that which renders them strictly i peaking inestimable and a them from All other in this world u lbs it built i they and Only they contain tie wors of else Nat a life. In this re Peot Overy Othor Book noblest compositions of Man must ail they Sonoi f Ivens that which we most went and Whitla old Fini Ely More importance than �11 other thing hit of Etbert it anal lies. A of sold to the old. J ,. Be kind to Pioso who tre in to Sut nmn of a Juhr i for thou Knowels not what sufferings they May Bava. Endured or How much it May still be their portion Bear. Are they querulous or unreasonable. Alp i not thine anger to Kindel against Thorn Reb ukr Trepa. Not for doubtless Many and severe have Boan. Lbs crosses and trials of earlier year and perchance their 1 while in Tho Spring time of. Uff it Wurf it Moro gentle and flexible than Tenno own do to is to Robu Lre Aid of thee then re rider it cheer fall Ana forget not that the time Roa Mohib Whan too Mayst desire the tame naia Tance from others that Yosr a a a thou Rende Resl unto them. Doall that is needful of. A the old and do it with Alan Rily and think it Notha Difut cd is required at thine hand inst who neg Bho to set its Seal on the brow and filled thy pm by we a trembling others May wail upon thee unwillingly. And feel it loved when thy Colim old has cd Vera Toby v face Fere Flag. The Ila Plait Man. T a a lot a Man have All the world Oan give him of to still miserable if to has a grovelling ,1 unde Voul mind. Let him have i Fildi and Hia lawns for grandeur plenty ornament.an4 ? gratification while it the Samo time god is. Not at. Oil in Hia thoughts. And Lei another Havo Fields or Garden let him Only look at nature with an on Light ened mind a mind which can see and adore the. Creator in his works can cons Dor Thim As demsa1 a rations of Bis Power his wit dons blk goods so add truth this Man is greater As Well As Hap Prift in Btu -1 poverty than the other in his richest tha of tie higher than the beast the other a Little Lowe than an angel.�?jone�. A a a mistake. Betray not Confidence. For once that secrecy a formally upon you it is implied a Hundred limes by the concurrent circumstances. All that your Friend says to you As a Friend is in trusted to you Only. Much of what a Man tells you in the hour of if lotion in sudden anger or in any outpouring of his heart should be sacred. Incisor having for sympathy be has spoken to you As to his own soul. To repeal what you have heard in social Intercourse is sometimes a sad treachery and when it is not treacherous it is often foolish. For you commonly relate but a part of what has happened and even if you Are Able to Ray ale that part with fairness it is still Likely to be misconstrued a a word of Many moan nge in a foreign Tongue without the context. There Are few conversations which do not imply Somo degree of Mutual Confidence however slight. And in addition to that which is said in Confidence there is generally something which is Peculiar thought is addressed to the present company alone though not confided to their Sao Resy. 11. Is meant for them and they Are expected to understand it rightly tha ungrateful son. Quot the Eye that Moekel at his father the Reven of the Valley shall Plok it pro.30 19. Thl Quot is a terrible denunciation against Ingret lode to parents and oven in Tho present Day ii sometimes virtually fulfilled. Sume years ago an Irish gentleman who was an extensive contractor on our Publio works was re duo cd to poverty by the profligacy and dishonesty of an ungrateful son. The old Man lost his wife and to add to his calamity his health sited and to fill the cup of bit sorrow to la st his sight. Thus poor friendless Blind and forsaken he found an Asylum in the Franklin county alms House Pennsylvania. While in inmate of this Refuge for the afflicted his ungrateful son travelled that Way he was informed of his father s situation end that his Parent wished to see blk and although to Baas de within two Hundred Yards of the Aims houss he refused to Stop and see the kind Fathor he had ruined. Now Insik Tho result. The very Day he pissed the alms House on Hla Way to Gettysburg. In an open Carriage he was overtaken by a storm end look a severe void that resulted in the destruction of his he Lay. In Gettysburg in a critical situation asking too Young couple Wera sit Lleni Loa Ollier undoubtedly in some Rome lie spot Slih Birds end Flower a round at least la. Reader is led to infer that they nil and moan to Boot Quot Whon the a Quot a my dear if Tho a Aci Floe of my life would please Theo Moil gladly would i Lay it Down at the a a of sir you Aro too kind f Bott Juel to minds my that i you would gratify to by Liob Nln. Using of tobacco Quot a a can t think fit. Ita habit to which i pm very Well sir this is Tho Way in which you Saor Floe your life for Roe Ond As you arc already wedded to tobacco i la take care that you Are never wedded to me also a it would be Why arc ladies dresses about Tho wrist like a general meeting ? because there a a gathering there. Yes and oftentimes a great Deal of Bustle. A Young gentleman who had been paying under protest from her Rich father his addresses to a Young lady and had almost Given it up As a hopeless Onse obtained an Ell Gable situation in a foreign mercantile House. Meeting a lady of his acquaintance soon after head arranged to go abroad he said to Here Quot if you will Promise never to Tell any one ill confide to you a 1 Quot of no of course ill never mention it Quot a said the lady. He whispered in her earn Quot my Fortuno is made a am going to Havre you done to say to 1 when a Quot next separated end the next Day the Ftp her of the Young lady appeared before our hero flourishing a big Oane in his right hand demanding to know by what authority he had proclaimed that he was about to marry his daughter i Quot to Young Man denied the Quot Post you did Quot roared Hla would t be father in Law Quot you told mrs. Three Ero dash that you were going to Laue her Hext week a. Quot and to 1 am to sail for the port of Havre in the . Tho old gent eloped. A it then is nothing purer than honesty nothing Sweet or than of Harltye nothing warmer than love nothing Leher than Wisdom nothing brighter than Vir lne and nothing More steadfast than a a. La ,j.\ about hat Leuv im.,. What it von ate As homely As a log but Don t cry Booi it. Let goodness of heart make of cat untoward looks. A lady with eyes that Rose my a peeled on Loos and is crooked As a politician s Credd w a Noie like Hoe and a Moathlhatelrechesframdkr-1 to ear end opens like a Jack knife will be loved and respected by those a boat Good will Al Worth ones pains to secure if she possesses a. heart Sod a kind than if she . Tifful As Mia a so a a. A Ltha Corkscrew Disbo Sulvy a and heart of Load. Tho Wise never judge rom be complexion of the Kiln of the symmetry of the Ioco but by to Virtues of the heart. A. J Tux a Rory and tub Mian Rno to us Aurora Burealina visible on weds edser and thursday nights last the nost Bill list a of ret Marrable exhibition of Ihu kind Loti old her sir years was attended a Ltd Soma very singular a Bubo Mena. Of wednesday Mon in Abu no Auto a puff a Oce of Atmo Aperio Electr lofty we Maal Foat of a ,i.1 the telegraphic lines radiating from East Quot weal and South which continued Mere or leak Tiu thursday svening. Al a mss there was a powerful. Current upon the wires Eua Larned for ,.lb it would diminish to Nuth log and the Parrent from the batteries Oeaze to have any effect on Haag Tibt it Camenos to flits Sod flashes As in the ease during1 Thunder storms but would Emit a steady Park for Seconde and even minutes. During this to blk i weather was cold and remarkably Clear the a ans effect was noticed in other cities. In , a Aid there was Eoff iolent electricity to Supply the Telegraph wires without employing the by Taney a by noticing and recording there remarkable effects a a Cius May yet be of Lawood which with a Oil diet this f mystery of the skies., �?T7, a. The Phenomena of the auroral lights has Long by ski attributed to Eloul Rocity and various theories have been offered to eee Ounla for them All however a no Antis factory. It has bees noticed that the prevail Moat in cold weather and in Olear Rosety what of the sir be most electrical. Cold will he age cop. Ducting subs Anele Inin electrics and Fnu re a Uit a 1 Power of Subil Ancee already ete Otrio. The sir a la. Certain height la found to be exceedingly cold. Inferior polite of the Atmo Epheron Bollech the Troulos Are violently hosted during the Day by he reflex Loop of the tunes rays upon the Earth and would Ihor Rora be a conduct or upon the a a Rob in Thunder Torme end being recruited Frond the Tipper and colder regions proud Long ele Otrie errs bus f i from each pole towards the Equator As observed Damp a ring the prevalence of the Northern lights. Thlu be one of the theories Bot it is not without us diff in a in Tiee not easily explained. Perhaps Tbs my Netie Telegraph May help to a better solution. a a a a a Phi us Ledger. Eyes., until Lile fund were exhausted Sod those who hid him in charge took blk to the Franklin county Aims House the very Day he was brought in his father hav. Ing died Tho Day before waa Oarr led out. He was Pul to the same room and of espied the same bed and in a abort time followed Hia neglected and heartbroken father to the judgment Seal of Christ it is fearful thing to fall into the hands of an angry god. A a alteration the a a major of militia in Pennsylvania who had recon try been elected and who was not Over bur thened with brains took u into Hia head on the morning of Parade to go out and exercise a Little by himself. The field1 selected for this purpose was his own stood. Placing Himi Ulf in a military attitude with Nis sword drawn Meexo aimed a attention the wholoi1 rear rank three paces March and he tumbled Down the cellar. His wife hearing the noise occasioned Lor fall ing came running out and asked a my dear have Yoo killed yourself. A go into tha House woman said the major what do you know about War a Ephraim said Simou what does a Young fellow look like when Gallant Long his Sweet heart through a Ekow Erv a Why a sad Ephraim looking at his Boot he Hae vory much Tho appearance of a rain Beau. A. L-1� Uji Why did Adam bite the Apple 1 sold Nanhoo a these United in one mind for mho purest the Sweet Quot r .h8oh.n�.dbh.d"li, try a ,�1,6 a did no knife it la brl8b,e�, do Bimo a la Cdr a on us mine. The horse stirred not. A to Otto Urchin. \ or. C7thc Maiden wept and 1 said a Why weep it thou Royiden 8ho answered not Elthur did Alio Law waa Snail eur f by the leg Lavature of new York Aga Idit Gimbl iof by Siling lib penalizes. The following Perg Arspn a from to National Democrat shows How it is used of la the City of new York Quot we understand that Somo of the to male lawyeysva1 doing a prosperous business by having Perso Stovis a a gambling shop and if he Loatee a few dollars wit whom he is in collusion writes a very not to the proprietors of the gambling it slab Lisle. A ment and then settles the business for or fifty dollars Sod divides with the informer. Truly there Sre More ways than oos to get a living the of heyday a Yoang lady stepped into a will known establishment in town said inquired off Hon Dioniio clerk Quot sir. Havo you any Rouee Eolyn de Wadiea gloves Quot "mouse-ooloredladies�misil1�?T. Quot yes a sort of Gray jus the color of your Drw ers there meaning the webs painted Gray Quot my drawers miss Quot ejaculated 1 the Young Man glancing downwards Al he ird Tmur it to see if everything Wae Light and tight. Drawers Miael Why i Dup t Wear any/1 the Young indy was carried Homo on a shutter. It what is called liberality la most vanity of the thing which to Liko be her Tbs thing a give. _. Never burp Hose love or Friendship by gifts when thus obtained Thoy Are lost As soon As you. To fit payment. ,. Re Quot Fuery is the Bellows that blows do a Tab is reads s girl that she is an Angle Sod you Oak Paf. Quads her to become spy thing you blah after to bal tub state Tho time for he diag Ifan second Mana Al Batsto fair a Pennsylvania is flt a for lbs 30th, 3ui end 23d of Oal Owr a sol the place for holding it has not yet been selo quod a. It ladies petition for the Mii fre Spok but sobbed exceedingly and i Guin Mako Djwan pro Sunlo to the legislature to the 9d>v>sl, a a Why weep cil thou Quot Whon she said Quot Whit s that 1 signed by 15,560 udies of Philadelphia hum for to you mind your own thew Omo ,. T a

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