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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - May 18, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA your country May it always been a hts but right or wrong our . A a -.7� a. Quot vol. 61 carlisle/pa-�hub8d�y, May 18,1865 american Volunteer. A a bums had every thursday morn and it j0hk a Britton. Tbilisi a Quot 1a a dollars if paid Wilthia to Ltd year and two Dolera and fifty cents if not paid it within the your. Those terms will he rigidly and hired to glory Timco. A no subscription discontinued until ally arro a rags Aro paid a loss at tho option of the editor. ,. 1 a accompanied by the oa8n, and not exceeding Ono Square will to inserted Throe tunes for $2.00, and to Onecy Fiva oohs for each additional insertion. Those of a Groat or length proportion. A. A., Job print Ixos Suomi As hand Bills posting Bills ban plots Blanks,1 labels &cv&c., expo Tod with Doc Ruroy and at the shortest notice. Cortical tsp i a the Spring is hero the Weot May blooms a like Snow flakes Whiten All the air . A Emoly tho Doli Oato perfumes. Of Apricot and Pear. ,. .1 wander Down the Garden slopes a. And take the path that nearest loads a to Blind Assurance gropes my buried store of scots. A a i nature fails to not i she keeps Hor promises snored As of old see a Nora Hor glad fulfilment peeps. Up through the softwood Mould pansies and pinks and daffodils a. A Bravo array of. Bursting Green y. Pro Betio of to Bloom that fills a Sheen. A handful of unsightly flood. That was the Flim Plo gift i brought \ \ and to answer to tho does a Miracle is wrought tale prospects of peace. Even now from half tho threaten d horrors Frood see from our shores the leasing sails recede Soo the proud , a to Ocbo wind unfurl a waved Iri proud a Trius Mph ground a vanquish d. World a. Inglorious Fly a and Leo their Haggard Crow despair flame rage and infamy pursue. A Hail heaven born pc co thy grateful Hies sings pour _ _. this glad land and round tho pooled a Boro thine Are tho Joys that gild tho Happy soon with too Gay pleasure frplio3 Over tho Plain. And. Smiling Plonty loads tho prosperous train. A Fry a Thon 0 Blest land with Genius conf a. It a with polished manners and the illumined mind thy future race daring wings shall soar $ each science Trace and All he arts explore till Bright religion beckoning to tho skies. Shall bid thy sons to endless glory Rise. W. A Zatell Aimin a now. Godfrey Cinosi is wife. A a. A Godfrey old boy a said Henry Clayton As. He tilted Book his chair and put Bis feet Ontie Mantle Piloo. A when is to wedding to be . A a whose Redding a. A miss Laurie Somers or Jenny we Ipoh is it a. A i Doris to know a sure.�?T. A now .t.,b6 mysterious Godfrey you Are a constant a visitor fend All bur sex Are talking about the match. Done to pretend you have not selected one of tho sisters.�?T,. 1 a How do you know whether either of them will have me a. 1 dope to be absurd old boy. Dome be Frank which is sister a _. A , frankly then i have visited the family Lor co voral Rico Tbs As you know but i cannot decide. Laura is certainly the hand sonics with her flashing Black eyes and queenly Mariner bub Jenny seems although the youngest to to the most womanly and Tiefu Trif tho two. Yet i cannot to sure of that. My Entrance is tho signal for Oor Diol smiles and let me Call at Arhat hour i will they Are always dressed and apparently disengaged. To be Sura i always a the morning wait before Laura is i. 1 pop unexpectedly and notice tho Tornal w b Quot a How can i a card at the door will Pat a the lady guard or even the notice of a ,visitor.�?T,. A go therb disguise. As a Washerwoman abr inst Rico .? Good i i a. go there As a bras Borcoman ? orind ulay Quot a stat eia otly to a to will rib Tsih Arnitt Ririe Quot id a mornings privaoy.�?T. let ipod result. Laura and Jenny were the child re a of. Wii lower who altho moderate or eur st tines moved fashionable Soei to. At the end of my Short Akotoh he was about to. Supply to lamented mrs. Slim Erst place after notly ten years mourning and although a kind Hud indulgent Parent Hud no Obj eur to his daughters marriage and indeed had a told to lib Iri s i Laura whose High spirit re rented the probable supremacy of Astep Mother had already Soleo ted Godfrey Horton As bar husband and Jenny who was. Younger and get Tatlor spirit had tried to conquer Arel Why conceived preference Tor the Sanie Ner Sori. All his attentions were ascribed by her As a brotherly regard though every not of kindness and Courtesy touched her to the a . A. A it was aft the Sisters were the by Laura with her Glossy Black hair brushed. Negligently off her face with the rough turn her ii braids of last evening a coiffure gathered Jonkely. A a Orinis Wear Ilg a smiled wrapper torn stockings and presenting rather apr Nilong Qon Tost to trip Brilliant Ball room Bollo was &so.fa. Jenny a neat morning dress a with a Large pm Guam apron and Bair smoothly Biu bed into a prot to knot was wishing the breakfast dishes. A there is old Man at the door with some artificial Flowers a said to servant opening the dining room door a will you see Kina i ,. Jenny. A yes a oried servant Deboton did to obey the last . a few Niin Tea the old Man entered tho room. 1 he was a Dolly riled with a coarse Blue cloak which was Mach too Largo for him his hair was White and he wore a very Long Board and moustache of the Samos own Hue. Making a very Low Bow he placed tho great targe Basket the table and began to show his Flowers. A i have a Bunch of Blue Flowers Here a said to taking Sherii from tho Banket that will just suit your Golden hair miss a up to Jenny. A a it was my sister who wished to look at ,said Sho Yos bring Thorn Here a was Laura a Impe . The old a Nan s eyes followed Jenny As she washed wiped and put. Away the dishes swept the room and dusted it and then eat Down Quot beside Laura who was still looking Over Flowers., see Jenny this Scarlet Burich. Will it. Not be Lovely with a few dark leaves to Wear with anew silk. But you cannot afford it just now a whispered Jenny. A yes i can. Father gave me Homo Money yesterday a said the extravagant housekeeper. A to pay the last dry goods Well i can have that carried to my private account. ,. A of 1 Laura i hat to Hoar you talk so of that private account. It seems so much like of heating father.�?T, a nonsense 1 it will stand till to get married then i Oan easily save it put of my housekeeping Iriney i should t wish to marry debt a said Jonny i. / 1. The pedlar looked at the had better take this Erinoh of Blue Flowers miss a said be to Jenny a if it Ain t convenient to pay for it just now i will Call again. A Iso i shall not take them.a they Are very becoming miss look tho 1a a 1 a i wish my hair was Light,�?T.,said Laura id like to Wear Blue. Godfrey Horton said last night that forget me not were his favorite Flowers. A 1 a Jenny coloured and placing the launch the Basket said come Laura a decide. You Are keeping one waiting whose time is probably valuable a and then passing a chair she added a be seated sir you must be �?~-irod.a i am tired indeed a was the reply. A i will take that Scarlet l Uno and also those red camellias and this White cd faster a said Laura. ,. A but sister you can to afford it yes l Oan Godfrey Horton is rich.the old Man bit his lip. A think a said Jenny undo torte a if you love him How Rii Uch it will Grieve him if lie should discover this deceit. nonsense. Well ill Tell you How to Smedy. It ,7 lend me Homo Money out of the housekeeping funds . A Laura steal from father. A there done to preach.1 , a servant entering at that moment a the dinner Lias tire room and turned Over tiie Gay flon ers while the old. Mas pointed out their various beauties his eyes the meantime there running Over the late disordered i air shabby dress and Lazy position while Hame tally contrasted her with. Jenny. A not decided yet.?said. Jenny after a Short absence. A. A 1 no. Come Here.a i can�?Tt., father has sent Horne a calf a head and i am afraid to Trust it entirely to Margaret a i must superintend the dinner make a pudding and the parlor must be dusted and there is my White mull to be finished.�?T, a. -.-.j. A before id be the Drudge that you Are cried Laura. A Drudge i nonsense 1 i have time for enjoyment and father cannot have a comfortable House if some one does not superintend these things. When i marry you May do it a she laughed merrily., a As if 1 should not marry first 1�?T said Laura. A there i have oho son All that i want a shall i Call again for the Money a asked the old pedlar. A i thrill be Happy to add the my sob Somers any list of yes amp fall again said Laura. A pedlar took up tho Basket and win ked Home threw Asido the wig Beard and1 disguise arid wrote riri avowal of his heart and hand to miss Jediny Somers which was i Hope you ii tiht to me or. Hubbard said toward a if i say that i did. Aaa Tell me All Ibn Ulit a said. Or. Flu liar a with interest. 1 Wii t was it that withhold you. I should Rizvo have known it i know that a. Ani then Wipt wit Iii id you from taking it first i win Tell Rou what tempted to a said Edward. A 5iy Mother and sister Are obliged to Dep Elid up a sew Irig for. A living Anil vie live but Pool Best. But a fortnight since Mary then we have bad a inca Iii sick and since aril time. Mary sap Petite is poor aril d is not relish food but Edwards temptation. By Horatio Alger or. It was six of clock the afternoon. At this time the great wholesale warehouse of messes. Hubbard amp son was wont to arose life the pressure of business compelled the partners to keep open later. The duty of of losing usually devolved upon Edward Jones boy of fourteen who had lately been engaged to per Orin a few slight duties for which be received the sum of fifty dollars annually. Iio was the a boy a but if lie behaved Lii Nolf saas to win the approbation of i is Eric players his Chance of promotion was Good., yet there were some things that rendered this email salary a hard trial to or. Cum Saricos with which his employers Quot were unacquainted. His Mother was a the sudden death ofor Jones had thrown the entire family upon tit air own resources Rina indeed Siut slender., 1 there was elder sister who Riss isted her Mother to sew nod this with Edwards salary constituted tho entire income if the fam ily. Yot by Moahs of untiring Industry they had live using strict Economy of course. Yet they had wanted. Lbs As Vou ? none of the absolute necessaries of life. R r. Two Hundred Del Lisa a Vonro exclaimed we Uro Able top it he i picked up that Bill much i Migl a and yet you did i to. A via it a Enlil i nothing better. When could not help with it for her.�?T. T take i t ? a no sir it would ave Boon wrong and 1 co told not have Loeks you. the face after it . Edward spoke . Raton of modest Coonfi Denoe. ,. / or hubbard�?T., want to arid wrote it Check. A. j a yen saidedyrard.,. A Heriot Firth a per cities Vail be increased and i will pay you Tirol Kundrod. Aviu that a Trinca inn 9 a 1in a Largo Ball and la fast room Togo Laura so mors had two sources of profound spec Ulitin. One was a Why Godfrey Horton proposed to Jenny instead of herself the other a i wonder Why the old Mao never called to be paid exquisite Flowers Josh Billings Quot Wii you ask to to describe wit. I Oano to Dew. . It Pedigree it like that amp wed it blow nth when and whore . To Niarie a be witty when to wants to Erin Moro than he Ken to hungry Whon he wants to,1 it Kummeth to him As Luv Duz he Tell How nor who. A a. Awit is Wisdom at pity humor is Only Good, a.,frolic. Wit is like great strength a dangerous one. -. / 1therp �9.pothibg that so Tunis Tow to map Uliarte so much As jewelry.,. God save the pools l -.ftud dont let them a up Apt for if it Wasny to Fot them Wise Iberi you Len to git a Lipp. A . A Sonie Peu Jiley a Branea Are located noir Beds. A . To told that there Wasny to end thing made Vii vain but i have thought that All the time spen Fiu striped snacks Rind Muske Oters was wasted. A Waz Muthio but truth id this world a Phool wed Stan Good a Hanoa As a Wise Niarie. ,. A . True p Olite Riess consists Ria be very anus oboist nothing. ,., a bombers come just like rain they fall the just and unjust. A a. A. A if a Man is As Wiz As a Serpent he can afford to be harmless As a Dove a the Best place to worship Grid is out doors. A a. Ais Are Attu Hait them who wont take our advise arid Diboise them who do. It Esy to be a Phoolo a map Cap to Prit kno it. A. Elegant Lez Zurey Oha ving plug tar broker and spitting a Dorgas Eye ,. Boal Bapp Poss done to consists so much what a Man Don t Havez , what he Doris twant ,.,. A a fear is the Fust lesson Lorna to and the last one forgotten. A . Nobody but a Phool gits bit twice by the same Dorg a Pritz com Altus makes a Oross ram. By staffs Are Liko Sirouss Bills there is More the Bill that is Over perform of. / a Phaoe tho enamel of the soul. / i Tew Bea Helt by eat of ions arid go naked. But Mary to Dob Edwards sister grew Siok. She had taken a severe cold which terminated a Over. This not Only cutoff tile income arising Foril her own labor but also preventing her Mother from Ithoc plish Itig As enrich As she would otherwise have been Able to do., quota do the morning of the Day our Story commences Marv had expressed a longing for Orange. a her fever it would Bavo been most grateful to her. It is hard indeed when we Are obliged to deny those we Lovo that which would Bearo-fr08htnenf and Benefit to them. Mrs Jones Felt this and so did Edward. A i Only wish i off fold buy you. One Mary a said Edw Ford. Just a be set out for the store. A next year i shall receive a larger salary and then we Shane to have to Pinch to niuoh.1 a Evor mind Edward a said Mary smiling faintly. A i ought not to have risked for it knowing How hard you and Mother find it to get along without noe.a done to trouble yourself about that Mary a said mrs. Jones soothingly though her heart Parik within thought of her empty Larder a Only got Well and we shall get Well enough was with to memory of this Soene that Edward went to Trio the morning. All around him were boxes of Rich goods representing thousands of dollars Money. A of a thought he a if t Only had of one1 of these boxes How much Good it would do poor Mary a and Edward sighed. The Long Day wore away at last and Edward was about to close the warehouse. But As he passed the disk of his employer his attention was drawn to a bit of paper lying the floor beneath. He picked it up and to his great Joy found it to be a ten Dollar Hill. _ the first thought that flashed upon him was a How much Good this will do i can Brit. Her the oranges she wants and she shall have some everyday. And perhaps Sho would like a it moment later his countenance Ell. A it Isnit mine a lie sighed. must be or. Hubbard a. This is his desk and he must have dropped it. A still urged the to meter he will never know it and after All what Are ton dollars to him he is Worth Hundred thousand still Edward was not satisfied. Whether or. Hubbard could spare it or not was. Not tho question. It was Rigli fully his and must be to . A. A fit go to his House and give it to him this very night a said Edward. A otherwise i might be tempted tit keep it.�?T. A. He determined to go to or. Hubbard s before he went Home. The sight of his sick sister might perhaps weaken his Resolution and this must never be. He must preserve his integrity at All knew where or. Hubbard lived. It was a Largo Fine looking House a fashionable Street. He had passed it several time a we Eolior i it Mno Nuat not. Feel Happy who was Able Tolive such a style. O without .any.unnecessaryidelay, therefore he went to. The House ascended the Steps a and rang the bell./. A a Rhian serv Rint Oatrice to the door. A Well a he is or. Hubbard at Homo. A a yes but he has Only just Homo and i a done to think he can see you a was the rather Edward i is eyes of Yob and at tho eau pakling with if the year to Inorg based if As i line Jii doubt you Cuntin be to Merit my Lori i lo�?Tei1 a of sir How can Ward full of or Tiitu by prescribing y sume you Are or will pay you Ono que is a Cheek for fifty d cashed at tho Lank. May have the rest of Edward flow to. The Dori riches hasten he knew Woid i then made haste he Fortune weight seemed Irio thei Aii j Dau Glit e vied Tovy and my Ujj Leme. ,. I Lank you.? said edle., or integrity. As i pre sep need of Money i Tor rid sauce. Here liars which you can get and by the was you the Day to and with his Sud-1 to to Market where he pure Hysni a Supply of provisions such As supercilious reply. I am his employ a said Edward quietly a and i have just come from the store. I think he will Seo me if you mention this to ,. Tory Well you Oan Poine m.1. Edwqrd was left standing the Hail while was sought by the servant. A. A a., Well a he asked inquiringly a has anything happened a Quot a no sir a Eaid Edward a but i picked up this Bill near your desk and supposed you dropped it. I thought i Hud bettor bring it Here directly.a _ you Havo Dorio Well a Ervid or. Hubbard f arid i will remember it honesty is a very valuable Quality a boy just commencing be business career. Hereafter i por be of confide Rise your honesty a. Edward was gratified by his Assurance Yot fes the door closed behind him Rind lie walked oat into the Street the thought of his Siok sister it Home again intruded Upun him and he thought regretfully How Inoh Good could have by Eri done with ten dollars. Not tint he had regretted that he had been honest to Tere wet satisfaction doing right a mrs. Jones brought to her daughters Brid sife but . It away. A i Sharik you for taking top trouble to make it Mother a said she a but i done to think i Crin possibly eat it.�?T. A is there anything that you could relish a Mary a / . A a no a Eaid she hesitatingly nothing that we can get it a. Mrs Jones sighed a sigh which Edward echoed. ,. It was with a heavy Fri dirt that i waru started for the warehouse the next morning. To bad never Felt the Orving Ifor wealth which now took Possession of Bim. A no set about ii duties As visual. About two Hou is after he had arrived at the warehouse or. Lubbard entered. To did not at first appear to notice Edward but a by it. Half hour Siim boned him1 to the of Foo which was partitioned off from tho remainder of the spacious Robins which goods were stored. A / he sri filed pleasantly As Edward entered his present. A Tell my frankly a he said a did you not fool impulse to keep the Bill which you found last night a. Welcome at a Home arid be to and Ioune his Good hearts of As Bis tour t furies thanked god for bestowing upon her a Good principles had this great Relief 1 and or. , Lorie tie Var so that night that at ii Eli Glit pecuniary Sao Rifino be had done a Kim Atiim Contr sued a boy his integrity and Giaisi lend a struggling family. 11 outre wire More As Oon-.eidbrate Asho Thorp a build he Fower Dishon est clerks. A a Teby Bible Duel fear Yoars flinch As a Ron Leman Whoso Avo shall Call brawn waa Bassiur a of inv Jniya one of our Western cities he. Has a the. Misin tune unintentionally to offend the susceptible Honor of a tall militia was one of his fellow boarders. His apologies idiot being sati fac Tury it Clia Lenro was Isoif to him which however he declined from colonel who a by , had won three encounters quite a reputation a As a dualist Cone Vivod that his opponent Vlaar Coward and resolved to disgrace him the Faue of All the assembled Wisdom of the House accordingly the not Day at dinner time Mii Rychod the dualist formed a with a , and.-,advancing to Brown s Cleiv proceeded to dust Bis Jue cat for Rhim the most approved Stylo. Brown . Luckily been lieutenant of militia . Bis native state knew the importance of Inco Moding his enemy by a diversion. So Gravy Tureen he Tossi a. The contents info the face of colonel and before he could recover from1 the drowning sensation thus sprang upon the table add began to Shower with hand tie contents of the dishes around you ave infernal quo Cowart a the. Colonel about to. Say but at that moment a plate it greens struck full upon , and the word was blockaded. Lost forever ,. 1. A 1�?� oried tie new Dandor whose blood was now. Up a greens. Are von ? a take a ,\t5oo and telling Volley of hard potatoes at him. A. V excellent ,, with calf s head Quot and crash came plate of soft boiled eggs against the Side of the colonels cranium. of the had. Hith erty descended up Onith 0 Yankees head and shoulders now began a to fall a Moro weakly and wildly and Iti became the assailant half stunned booked and partially blinded was getting the worst of it a Ilis courage was oozing qut. take a Turkey Quot Stout cd Brown As a Phle old Gobbler Dencen Fod fairly upon the colonel s head Ond a bursting filled his hair and-,, looking Here a the fringes,,As the Squash and Jelly followed ,. By this time was irretrievably Defeated and As a huge Plum puddings tearing hot a landholding it above his head with both hands seemed about to Bury him beneath it he quailed terror and throwing Down his cowhide made a Rush for the door. A Ltd i Stop for the pudding colonel Stop for speak Gentl Dontly Mother gently. Chide thy Little one. Tie a toilsome journey it Baa just begun. Many a Vale of sorrow Many a rugged Steep a. Lilieth its pathway and full Oft twill weep of then gently a Ontl. Kindly Mother kindly speak tender font. That der child remember echoes Bank thine own. A a teach Gentoo accents a. Toab words of love a the softest breezes. Its Young heart strings move. A would st thou Haro tho setting. A. Of a Gem most fair . a Orewn of Beauty . It wore Thino to War ? a x Mother train with caution. That dear Little one. Guido rep Quot Rove and Over. Lot the work be done. Gently Mother kindly. A daughter s Rose lived Bellville the Banks of a great River the West. Every year he went to Quot Washington and his voice was often heard the balls of Congress. Yot though he was culled great he was not Good because he was very fond of drinking wine Brandy &c.,i arid frequently the gambling rooms so no Junrous the City. These habits gained upon Bun daily until they conquered All his moral strength. Ilis townsmen refused to Sabrid him rib their Delegate any longer. Judge Robo had amiable wide and Clitee pretty daughters Mary the oldest daughter was his special pet. He thought More of her than he did of himself and no wish of her s went unsatisfied she was of a Sweet disposition and so obedient and respectful to her parents and kind to every one about that she was beloved by everybody. And though her fathers dwelling was the most elegant and they had Beautiful grounds and servants and horses arid carriages and Fine clothes she never put airs As Many do but was modest and retiring. ,. A ., or. Rose wife Rind daughters were All members of i Christian Church. He was olten suspended from its Fellowship arid promises of repentance received again. His influential position society and the pious conduct of his wife und daughters caused much pity for them and elicited Penieli tie Nee. They hoped by love and Fri Bearance to restore him wholly. But All tie love of his family arid of the Church could this erring Man 111 his downward course. At last so Low did to full Nso to lose All self-respeot/and1 frequent the lowest whiskey so Ripe Ntow i. Daily he went out unshaved unwashed ragged and almost naked Aad Griea drank would sing a Low son which writ old draw around crowd of boy to Jeri and laugh and soon the once dignified judge. personal appearance lie was now the lowest of Bolow. / it is not supposed that Christian and temporaries men allowed such a Man to ruin himself without efforts to save him. Earnost., the pudding _ _ he did not the ridicule Lii he the affair occasioned longed . Persons was. Particularly exc Sente to fight but the. Privilege of the he subsequently Ohai against whom. Bis ire fed and they ail Rio i Avail aug themselves of Bufil legged party rip. Pointed pudding bag for Ali or weapons. At length the unhappy it a to shoot or. To11 to. Quit the state., relist fun dig no one Lechot at was obliged a worthy rail. Iii of himself applied tainted a Tuffe mllleg�?T8 por a port to artist to drive . .but.said How i Jam i Verv Indus trains Man. T be printed ,08 looting put of inv windows Brit when Ririe one look at me i Vevish to pop Roy he to to,\60 Ric get to. By thought Lazy or As up aiding too Moh Tirifie at tie window a. To. A very Well a said tie. P�rate/., a it shall be dime so.j. A i a he pair ted the Mill Aud the Mill window / tho Tail lbs looked of it. A yory woll.fraid Ltd. A a but where is myself looking out a of said the Painter a one look at the a Milf you Kulw a you pop your had of Courso to prs Servo your credit Tor. Quot that a fight a aids the. Aii ilor. to contents just so. Pm the Mill now am t a i ? just so that will do.fry a German i Young girl is a fishing Rod the a eyes a Are the Hook the smile the bait the ,.the, Gudgeon a marring a the Batter Winch he is Fried. And persevering endeavours were put Forth prayers were offered up and his family left no Avenue to his heart a entered. But All were alike useless and hopeless. His wife and daughters we it and prayed but despaired entirely. A 1. 1 Mary his pet often Laboured to save her father from open disgrace if not from priv to sin. She became very sad and refused to attend Church or go into society. When her lather was sober he had sense enough to see the sorrowful Oharie his Onoe Happy Maryland seemed to regret his course More for her Sake than for his. Ono morning he started a usual for the drinking Simp. He was a horrible object indecent to Inok at As Well As, his wife tried to hold him Back and get him at least to put some Dee but clothing but he would not made her appearance by his Side Ned Bonne less with Ari old whiskey bottle her hand. Taking her fathers firm she said j dome father a going a going where a said he starting at her a if horror Strucka a. A a to the dram shop. What is Good for you is Good for me.�?T. A Quot. Then she began to1 flourish her bottle and airing one tithe Low songs she had heard him sing inf thai streets a go Back girl you Are crazy. Mother take her .0 z but i am going father with you to ruin my soul and body. It is of no use to me to be Good while Yon Are going off to the bad place. You la be lonely there without your Mary. Quot -1 1. Ugo Ridway girl,"you�? me.mad. but you have been mad for a Long time am going mad too. What do i care my. Father is Only a poor despised drunkard his daughter May As Well drink and lie the Gutter too.�?T. Cd a. So Mary grilled away at her fathers Arm and went to. Open the Gate. He Drew Brick still she dragged and Sung louder. A few boys began Tri run towards them and Quot then her father broke from herhold and went into the House. There he sat Down and putting his face. Iri his hands wept and sobbed aloud still Mary staid out. A what is the matter a asked mrs. Rose. Quot Matvy is crazy and i made her so. I wis Lefel was dead 1 do go and get her i wont go out to Day ,. Mrs Bop went out and told Mary what her father had sri id Slid then she went-.�?, she suit Down Stith Hei Botill Iri her hand and All Day she kept the old Trigs. Or. Bose was be Terri la state for the want of his frequently would Gri to the Foo debut Mary was ready at., his Side every Ric Brisbon a mrs. Base Prev. Pared her meals with extra Iyre arid ave her Brisbane two Oupe of Wofle and the lat ter. Part of thei Day he Laid Down to sleep a when lie woke rip Mary was at 11 there her rags and her bottle by hey Side. To. A a with much trembling and shaking to put Sigord sri it of tithes and,.risked his wife to Send for a Barber then rift or ton hosed. A a 1 am going a where a. ,. A to tie Temperance Hall. Go with to and seed i Don t go,there.�?�, a so mrs a Bose Yven t with him to the door of still saying. follow. For a afraid he will go to the whiskey shop without his , go up 01/ ter the meeting room and the door close up him. Their she and Mary went Hynie to rejoice trom bldg at the. the stat age Quot a Surprise Joy. And some distrust pervaded the blinds of the Assembly of Temperance Brothers when or. Bose walked . He was invited Forward and asked to speak whatever he wished. He Rose and told the tale of the Day and added when i saw How my Angel daughter was transformed into i Low filthy creature when new How much lower by would have to descend if she went with me i abhorred myself. She vowed to go everywhere i went and do everything i did., Gould i see her do that her loveliness stained her character ruined ? no Sil-1 if it kills met will leave off and never touch taste or handle More from this night henceforward and forever. And now gentlemen help me to be a Man again.�?�. A the building vibrated with the cheering stamping and clapping,.and a gush of song arose from those Manly hearts which might have been heard for i there is Joy heaven Over sinner that re pct eth a and should there not be Joy Earth a. We Hope god converted the soul of or. Bose for he became a Good Man and his fam. Ily were very Lippy. But we Hope no other daughter will have to resort to so painful i remedy to Savori father Atrick of Esqui Maux Day feeding the dogs i called the whole of them around me and gave each a capelin or Small dried fish. To do this fairly i used to make nil the dogs encircle me until eve Bra one bad received ten Cape apiece. Now Barbo Kark a very Young and shrewd dog took into Liis head that he. Would play a White Many Strick so every time lie received his fish to would Book Square out move a distance of two or three dogs arid Faroe himself into line again thus receiving double the share of any other dog. But to is joke a bespoke Tou much of the game Many men play upon their fellow beings arid As 1 noticed it i determined to Check his Dogfish propensities still the cunning and singular Way which he evidently watched me induced 0 moments pause my intentions each dog thankfully received his Hamelin is his turn came round finding his Semro came twice As pastas his companions appeared to Behuke his Tail twice is thankfully As the others. A twinkle hip eyes As they _ caught mine seemed to say keep dark a Sticks these ignorant Fellows done to know the it Reno a playing. I.m Oor founded hungry a seeing my face smiling at , Henby commenced making another change thus getting three portions to a each of the a the Eros one. This was enough and it Wasno time forme to reverse Tab order of Byrbe Karky a game by playing a trick upon him. Accordingly every time i rime to him he got no fish although he Ohringer his position rapidly three times yet he got nothing. Then if Over there was a picture of disappointed ians a of envy at others Fortune and sorrow at pad misfortune it was to be found that dogs countenance As he watched his compan ions receiving their allowance. Finding he coaids not succeed by any change his po-8�tion, he withdrew from the Circle to whore i was. Rind came to me crowding his Way Between my legs arid looked up my face As if to any i have bad dog. Forgive me Ond barbed risk will cheat his brother dogs no More. Plebs sir give me my share of i went a Blind three times More and let him have the fish As he had shown 1 himself so sagacious Rind so much like a repentant prodigal Ball. A a. A business Bules for you no world estimates men by their Success life and by general consent permanent of ioness is evidence of superiority. Never under any Coroum stances assume a responsibility you can avoid consistently with your duty to yourself arid others. other words mind . A a base All your a principle of Justice preserve your integrity of character and a cig this never reckon Cost. Remember that self interest is More Likely to Warp 5 bur judgment than All other circumstances combined therefore look Well to your duty when your interest is concerned. Never attempt to make Money at the exp Pense of your reputation. Be neither Fivish nor miserly of tho two a void the Lattera mean Man is Universal Lye of despised but Public favor is a stepping Stone to por Formont therefore generous feeling shout i be cultivated. Prumis Little think Irich and do More. Let your expenses be such As. To leave a balance Yuri pocket. Ready Money is always a Friend need. Keep Clear of Law suite for even if you gain your Case you Are generally a loser. Avoid both borrowing Rind lending. Liquor drinking smoking sugars and of owing tobacco Are bad habits they Ion pair the mind and pocket and Lead to waste of time they tend to let one Down but never to lift one up the regard of the virtuous and the. Good. 1 /. A never relate your misfortunes to others and never Grieve Over what you cannot prevent. A a i a. I bosons san Francisco paper reports a Ouri Ops Story. A firmer living be of the ranches the Vicinity of that pity was recently surprised to Soo a Large flock of pigeons after flying Are find Bis barn Yarda few moments suddenly fall to the ground. Wondering at the Phenomena vie conclude to watch antiquated Thomas oat lib Yard seized upon one of the Young pigeons arid made a Hearty meal of it. Soun after Thomas oat Bommen oed staggering about like one into coated and f tiling Over gave up the ghost with a dismal yowl. The , who had picked rip a number of the pigeons for the Cri Jiose of making pies of them learn ipg if poor Grimalkin s flite thought the Birds were prison eff end threw them Farmer Gri therod j River two Hundred of them and Flirea them into . Old . the. . Wife found the. alive and roosting a Wood pile. Inquiries were to fade was ascertained thatt near neighbor hav Fig been troubled by frequent visits .of.pigeons had Sori kid some Grain whisky and scattered it about his premise so that the. Pigeons became intoxicated fast dead drink. They Reb Vered however but Point priss a victim of alcoholic stimulants imparted by infected Pigeon Merit. Fly get. Out of. The Yard a said a big. officer to a Carpenter. Who bad of fended you shall Foi the a rioted. a tho Carpenter walked to the Gate and with the greatest a aug it a re id asked Liim if he might work the United states. A. A a., b/7�?�. The Star says the vindictiveness and madness of the Abs that town with them Byaro ipad if they mourn .�with.them, a Rind if you do neither the Are mad. . A. Tiie original.bqueer8.� sends the of ply owing curious account of i recant conversation he Halff with a gentlemanly englishman now travelling this country. We give it for whatever a it is Worth t-1-. the midst of c familiar Chat be a did you Ever read Dickens Nicholas Nick lev a ,. I answered a r a u a Well a returned he a old so riders was my old master William Shaw. And Hore you he the rest of his Story one Day when i was about nine Toon years old a i was passing Bari Bookstore Ilo Lburn Hill London near the Saracens. Head hotel to saw i finely though co radically do Vised picture of a school master. stopping to observe i More carefully i recognized the lineaments of my old Yorkshire schoolmaster Shaw and a went arid purchased the a plume containing the picture and found. That it was Dickens Nicho is Nio Kloby. A Short time afterwards i met old schoolmate by the name of Bishop from whom Dickens got the fact of the school part of the Story a he told me that lib Hud put Dickens Possession of them a the surest Way he knew of to pay off old Shaw for his brutality. .n,.�?T,. I asked Wiiri writ part of y or Shiro the Shaw Academy was situated and was at bows. And Sherii by peace meals examined the Oha raptors of. Queers or. Shaw or. Quo cars mrs. Shaw miss sneers miss Helen Shaw and master Wackford my. Johnny Shaw / mrs. Shaw was to a Dot i Dickens represents Hep. She used to take All our Lead pencils paper shirts dollars &c., and ichor sail them or give them to Johnny 0 what a hat Fri lit tie fellow he was head steal our balls and As we did no to dare speak to his father about them he always kept them. Miss Shaw is unfair by drawn by Dickens she was Well educated and considerably refined having been sent to a first class ladies boarding Feo Hobl. Or. Shaw was a very passionate Mah and when enraged at a boy school would order two boys to hold Bim Down upon a table one holding Down Bis head the other Bis feet and then would Gash Bis Bare Back with Birch Sticks. But no boy. school dared Rye when whipped for if he did tho Othor Hoys pinched and kicked him when him out of doors. Or. Shrew a Lover taught any branches except Reading and spelling. The Reading exercise consisted of Bible Reading from the whole school one Hundred und Twenty boys two verses apiece and the writing exercise of two. Lines of Large and Small hand. If any boy either of these exercises did t satisfy or shrew he would forthwith Lay him out the table order two boys to hold. Him Down and flog him till he got tired one Day getting mad at a Hoy for a slight fault penmanship he struck him with a Rod and Cut open his right Cheek. The assistant masters were orphaned boys whom cruel guardians had apprenticed to him. One. Of. Them lad a Large Fortune left to. Him by his parents but his. Ii Ferdinnd had apprenticed him to Shaw is a form boy Rind Teri Oher and. Had kept the Fortune for himself. Or. Shawls Large farm was cultivated by the boys. If they did no to work hard enough they Wero flogged air allowed half a rations. For nearly two months they had to work at baying the Soboti being divided into throwers and Rakers. After the haying old Shaw would say to the boys the writing class a ill not flog the Rakers for their hands Are sore but to unto you throwers 1�?T to used to go Tri Loh Doh twice Ayer and then the boys Grid to write letters tolling their parents what a Good Man or. Shaw was and How kindly he treated them. Before a he let a ters were written he used to say a i defy any Brit of you to say that i Ever took away a Collar shirt or even a Quot pin from Hirr but mrs. Shaw always i l that part of the Busin Ness. When London he quartered at the Sara Oono a head., once three weeks the boys wore ranged rows and the assistant a masters went around Grid saw whether a Cash 1 boy had his Load spoon Kii Ife and or a hand if lie had t them be lost his pocket Money for two or three months. J after the publication of Nicholas Nickleby 1 Shaw lost All his pay scholars Rind so he apprenticed his scholars to blacksmiths and carpenters. Mrs. Shaw about two years afterwards died of a broken heart. Iler. Contemptible died almost idiot a Helen married a Low drink ing fellow Johnny became a London Loafer Aud the second a son Jon Thad who studied Medici no spent Ilia Tver wrist left of the old Niani a property at Iong his follow tut Clits .-drinking and High living generally,.but. For. Some years has been the Village physician his native place Botos John Brodio actually existed ii John boats the Village Shoemaker who Hud the. Humane habit of,.helping the boys Iri running away from shawls Dungeon As he Calic a the i Hoy came to sol Iqbal. Jlas clothes and. Other things were taken pass Essiri of by , and he was Gen prints of.,leather which had been worn by a generation of Bays before him Rind which find been so patched with different Dolored pieces of Olith that the poor schoolboys mistakenly called a them a Josephus coat of Many Eril ors.when or. Shiny and Bontem Tible tribe of York. Shirb shoo Irist bus Grid been shown rip and ruined by Diode risk Nickl Eliy the London. Despatch came out advising shrew arid his fellow sufferers to prosecute Dickens for libel but my brother Andl who by bitter sex Perie Noo Kaneto the truth of or. Dickens a. Of position wrote to the editor of that paper. A assuring Hui that tie Book was almost liter ally. True. Aud then the despatch pitched into old Shaw More i1 savagely than. Dickens. Had done. Nicholas Nokleby of. Rather a Young londoner came As assistant teacher after 1 left. / a wife a fray., my dear what is the cause of those tears a it of such 1�?T/ what it ? done to keep me Ini suspense . A. A it it a of i drive a pitied Orie of hmm letters sup posing it to he addressed to my self certainly it looked More like or. Ghriri �?~mr.�?T, la that All what harm can there he a wife a opening her husbands letters v. A a no harm the thing itself but the con tents Kuoha to. I. ,. Who has dared to write my a., to be read by a 1 of no it is do Minifie most Chaste and a Beautiful Lang image. 1 the copter talk. Ii vc.�?~, -v�1.i Hoje the wife hurried her face m her Rind commenced sobbing loud a Liilo her he Brand Oage Ray i aright rip the letter and commenced Roa Diug the epistle -that1 had Ner irly broken i to ifs a i heart. To it was a. Bill from tha. i Iree yes re sub for the newspaper the. Human race to Oil Moie import use than a horse race

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