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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - November 02, 1865, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA to tar country mat it always be rights but right or wrong our a Slettia a vol. 51carlisle, a. Thursday november a 1865 no. 20. 3rican Volunteer. Tab Libed Evert Monk Iii by John b. dollars if. Paid Trilan tho and two dollars and fifty cents if not paid the Joar. Tieso terms will to rigid Lyrad in every instance. No subscription Dis id. Until All Are paid unless at option of the editor. Fermi sements accompanied by the Oasis and in coding one Aquaro will to inserted Throe for $2.00, and Twenty five. Cents for each Pool insertion. Those of a greater length in ution a Agni Ntina such As hand Hills posting Bills amp lots Blanks labels a. Ac., executed with a and at the shortest notice. A the old clock. Old a look of the household <v.btock. ,. thing and neatest Tonda though old had a touch of Gold a Quot a it Atil the sweetest. / i a Monitor too though its words wore Fewa a a they lived though nations altered s its. Voice,.atill Strong Quot warned old and a Young. I my the voice of Friendship faltered11 tick a it said Quick to bed it ton in be Given warning. Sup 1 and go or else y of know _ iut la never Rise soon in the morning v a Riondy voice was that old old Olock a it stood in the Corner smiling. Blessed the time with a merry third of o wintry hours beguiling t i Oross old voice was that to rte some clock fit called a Daybreak boldly Iff the Dawn looked Gray of Eif the Sisty the Early air Levri co by a to okla it said 1 Quick out of bed five in be Given warning p. Priever have Libath you la Quot never have i.wcalth.�?T, a a a Lew Yohy Fri Jurri in the morning 1 motor tsp to 8 smmfid83 round and Sprind ,. A a fond that of eases Fievet a tears Are shed for Wight Days fled cd tie old forever i rte boils on though hearts Are gone ids st la my few though bands to Lovd ill a on Earth to longer. Ti0�k in of Ui-na�?1 to the 5s <5u,nv� Lirt tii off warning a a of and Rise. And look at the skies of spare for a heavenly. My owning in 1 ear i us said a in. The Ulf Lutr Loimil its Ronly a singular. A i cannot make it out a or Many Bart six yet none proposed st run in w there a or. Baily Conj in a he red ill u a to dinner and to doze who smiles and sighs looks Jim by Wisd be. And yet he done to pro steal my pocket re they Pray for locks of Haira they ask me for my hand to dance they Praise my Grade and s. Or. Dyson fond of Tyson 2 t wonder to done to close make his Tea to smiles on to i Aud yet he done to propose. It Park or play at break of Day i they follow me about. Iding or walking singing or talking a at revel masque or Roluri to father thinks it very bad. ? l hat out of All the beaux. A a who come to Dine and drink his wind a none of them will propose. Yes at is very singular i to half a mind to pout a Sof my tho beaux none will propose a it i a what do they dream about ? however now my minds resolved. In poetry and prose hate or ensue if false or True be of them shall proposed tho lady in the meantime Lead not lot go her hold on the half old sturdy Little girl whose face was flushed with passion and discoloured with blood dirt and teats. She stooped Down to her raising her veil and said a Little on if you will go with me ill find you Home. You shall have Hico clothes enough to cat and to taught to Road and write what do you say a tho sweetness and Beauty of the lady a Faco surprised to the child seemed quite overpowered by her gentle influence and replied a yes May no i will go with you any where. At this conjunction a policemen arrived on the spot and the lady at once addressed herself to him explaining tho Caso and bin rely afterwards she walked away leading her Little Olin Rucj escorted by tho guardian of the peace. Although much pressed Tor time a i lingered to look after her till she turned tho Corner for i Rieves had seen a face which was half so Beautiful As hers and it haunted me Over after. I it a a. -1.1 i Hafl however. At that time too Many troubles of Tny own to Ufford time to look of. Ter those of others. A very Long and expensive Law sit it had exhausted theprio6 hand some Fortuna that had Long kept Tny family a in so enviable a .position,.and left me nothing hot fallacious Hopes and al Kisio Expoo-tation8. My father died during the slow Progress of the litigation the lawyers who had Connie nod and so Long it also died before its Bon Lusion and it appeared too probable that my Mother Tai it would pass arty without the satisfaction of know that so much Money thought anxiety and suspense a had not been entirely thrown away. She was very ill and i foresaw with that the slender thread which held her to this life would snap if the final decision in Ovir cause which it was believed would scion be rendered should be for it would necessitate the Sale of All that remained to us arid Lea o us Little better than beggars. It was our last stake upon which All our Hopes and Confidence had gradually concentrated and if that wore lost we had nothing More to Losow nothing but Blank do Spair to encounter we Ipoh we do Erst not anticipate. A a a. The lawyer who at the tithe conducted Oil r suit was in old Friend of my father so ,1 Rich Independent arid As he had undertaken the Case More from Friendly than pecuniary motives did not attempt to disguise the truth from to. But t could not look Forward to anything but Triumph did Choso rather to regard his discouraging tone As one of tho Means he employed to end Iancy the value of his services in achieving Success lie was a Good than at heart that old lawyer and his Peri etry tip i was wonderful but lie was not to spoil his meal Chib by Over sweetening Island my pampered palate rebelled not i Little against its disgusting hut whole Dame bitterness. I had a Long Hunt Notor an important for male witness whom i found at just in a Garret dying of consumption. And whom should i find sitting like a ministering Angel at her bedside but the Beautiful blah keyed lady whom i had , the companion of tho Little orphan girl f ,. A it is in such places As this whore a Good angelic Mont Neci Iii and not in the circles of Gayety and fashion. That i must seek you i see a exo aimed i gazing upon her with irrepressible admiration. The lady blushed deeply and As Soori is she had recovered from her momentary confusion Obs of de quietly that that she was simply performing a duty to which an old Friend of her mothers was fully entitled. the deposition of her patient i Hail several opportunities of conversing with this exp Leht Beauty a and her modest elegance and Graceful ease Captiva Soula one Riveri Ihrer web permitted to Neco Pii by her in Sharoh of a conveyance 1 arid As i had resolved Tri express my so a Ntim its freely to her on the first available cission t was As is Usu it in Sulci cases much Eithar passed when it itself. A your patient i a flying 1 a she is conscious of tho Rosoh of Deli i slated hand with sympathetic cordiality the object of my visit. A Lyell my Young Friend a said he a i ii Avn anticipated your wishes and have just been talking with the successful party. She is by. No Means inexorable but to Tel tho truth no ground of Compromise left. You have lost All. If she accords you anything it will to simply a donations nothing Moro or less.�?T. Quot is there no resource loft by Eliiah i can for a Timo Ward off this final and Mother i fear latal blow a a a none in Law a in what then a in yourself a Tiow in myself a a in your person. You Aro Young and handsome. I done to say so to flip Tutor you but to make my meaning clear.,�?T. ,. A Well a a a Well marry the marry her. I would rather hang you should know Best How fit Yogi Are to die. I am afraid your education and habits live totally unfitted you for business and use-fllldqr8 1 a but a this marriage is. Absurd impossible i aup. A j am not in the habit of proposing Fri sur cities and. you will authorize to to act you Willm nud it no such thing Quot vill you do Sovy not for tho world a a understand that i Havno to urged a Cir a he half but for the Sake of your Mother and Sist Rirs especially on. Account of your my tier fori whose life you pretended a to feel an. Amount of solicitude that would in Abri you to Inake any sacrifice a for the moment i did not think of them a its time you did since my counsel is so very unpaid Tybie perhaps Yogi will condescend to inform i what you Roposo to a anything else but his is to tho old lawyer turned his a hair round and commenced writing it his desk As coolly As if he had been Sqq ingenious Neq Shine invented for other purposes. I Thoi ight Ori his proposition till i. Grew pick and faint the. Recollection of of her i loved added a i error to of hate such As she we re a hopi to Muke my own and i could not bring a by heart and lips to say yes to such a destiny. At last i Rose and said a i will Call to Morrow and give you my decision.�?T. A very Well a replied the old Man without Tiit Ning Hie head or ceasing to write. I went he my and attempted to prepare my Rii other for the ruin Liat had befallen us but in tho subject found that it was More than he to could endure Andrelin quashed to lib ,despair., sister f ventured a to trill the truth a and a he wept bitterly not a for herself but for our Only Parent who Pliz assured Rise would inevitably expire on bed in it it a new. A .1and wont you do it?�?T.j�?��?� Quot a i Ennst bring my mirth to it a i a it is dish no est ?.�?T.a no a done to know that it is but vory repugnant . Fqelirigs.�?T. I am. Sure i would do Mam to looked at the speaker for a moment in am Zomont an involuntary groan escaped my lips. A it cannot to possible 1 is she deformed a a of no Sho perfectly shaped As i am.�?T. A indeed ? what is it then a a slight obliquity of vision or zilch adds a puzzling and Peculiar expression to the eyes. Her hair is of color against which there is a very unmerited prejudice hut for myself i never saw a finer or More Brilliant red with those exceptions there exists a Strong family likeness Between us especially As respects the roundness and height of the shoulders and the size of the what an image of horror was conjured before to. 1 _ 1 say no More a i exclaimed suspense is too dreadful. Let Roe see the women herself though the bight of her kill me in a then and Login upon Yorior death 1�?T oried a Sweet voice behind my Ini a mock tragic tone followed by a Silvery Ringo laugh ter. R i turned and inexpressible Delight beheld my adored Black eyed boat to. A and you you Are a. ,. A not miss a a st born. That was my maid on Nam but ,, widow. Telb almighty Dollar France and such she Fig rids it _ it is an. In gel a office you fill Quot in smoothing her path to tho grave.�?T. _ _ ado not flatter me sir. It is but Little i can do and flattery seems to me Tif nil Ako that Little nothing i assure you i express my admiration in most tinted terms were i to Tell Yod All i think and feel i might indeed Surprise Ybtf then let me entreat you for your for bed ftta�lane0u�s. To Arriage a. A o a the dreadful widow. Ngi Jancio fend a Ciecir 71 m f was rank no my Way through a crowd l i supposed , a Quot a the contemplation and enjoyment of a Somo trifling and contemptible dist Phanco but into which at the time. I was it in is i Good to inquire when my course was Arres tied or of Beautiful Black eyes under a a Ftp lady s veil which met mine with a my to Oppenl that i could not for a moment resist. What is the matter a i demanded of tho assessor of the Black eyes. Remarkably Sweet voice replied a i have ired to interfere in behalf of a child i in people abusing but i am afraid that it some assistance my efforts will he a Ling a a a. I Wasny to abusing it oried several voices together. A she was Only fight it Little Mike and shed a got the Best too if yes a let her alone a _ is quite enough a Aid the lady with Hor splendid sos fla8hip"g"�?�6s Bho i a that should disgrace itself is Way. I shall not allow mine oboe i such a Little creature As this to make a a brute of itself if i can help on Are right Madam a i said. A the who would see your sex dragged into Rizo ring must have Little respect for his Mother. You Are quixotic however to to the duties of this child a natural pro or. Where Are its parents a dead a cried the three other children in rus. Where How does this Little girl live in a. A. She lives with miss Fanny links and a errands for her a what sort of a person is this v inquired dark eyed lady. ,. She dresses finer than you do May am a lied one of the female bystanders a but is not exactly tho person to bring ild in the Way it should go As Sho has Ayed Way out the pointed truthfulness of this romark sed a laugh among the acquaintances of so Fanny Flink. A. a Orif % not it ii a it a digit a amp to in 8 i 28 0d1, a Capo in Jolt it is unkind not to say harsh in you to forbid the utterances of a heart so sincere and full As mine it is my kindness my consideration for you that induce me to Cheok this excessive language because i know you will repent impossible 1 i. Not Only Admire you More than any being i Ever saw but i feel that you Are worthy of my worship and that i love you. A a say no More i rift re at. If you knew who and what i. Am you would confess the Folly of which you Are guilty you Tell me you Aro unfortunate and unhappy i pity you hut there. Is a Gulf Between us and you would Only Render yourself More wretched by attempting blindly and rashly to Cross it a a Are you married a _ a do not ask. Here let our acquaintance cease. You have no More occasion to visit my patient and you surely would not deprive her of the presence of her last remaining Friend As you will do if you persist in intruding upon her. Here then let us part and al she stopped a cab allowing me to help her into it and left me. In my mystery and gloom. She had crossed my dark path like a heavenly apparition an d her disappearance rendered everything about me hopeless arid dreary As despair a athe treacherous Law after having Laired us on to ruin decided against our claims and extorted the last remnant of oar property to pay its. Costs. To communicate this fast Mother would have been like inflicting her death blow and after meditating Long upon the subject found myself unequal. To the painful task i Vyent onco Moro to our old lawyer to ascertain whether Thore was no possibility of compromising tho matter so As to postpone the Ovil Day and leave my Mother awhile in Possession of her Home and comforts. _ a i met a lady descending tho Eta Irb who Hod just come out of his office whose physiognomy was of that unusually repulsive character which imprints itself indelibly on the memory and Ever after in dreams and Rov eries in sleep and in wakefulness rises from time to time to on mental vision with horrible distinctness shocking us with the fullest sense of the dread ugliness of human malformation. I thought of the wonderful contrast Between this creature and the Doliente Beauty i loved in vain. I the old lawyer was in and grasped my a a to Bavo mammals life�?yos Azeil Thori i will not he outdo rib by you in filial affection Inhat do you mean Edwarda a i will Tell you to Morrow. In the mean Tinie ohm or up. I will save our Mother and you but if a great sacrifice heaven Only knows How. Great my sister Flung her arms around my Nook kissed me affectionately called me by Many endearing names and i Felt As if i almost deserved them i aerated As they were. A i communicated my decision lawyer the next Day telling him that Bince i could not marry for love i would marry for Hato. Lee uttered a sort of Grunt and replied i a few marriages begin in that a but with love is merged in antipathy As soon it s the Honey Moon is Well Over. Your Jno Ascot of con nubian happiness is the Bright or As it cannot change but for the if you know the lady As Well As i do you would Entz rte in fio miss Ivill is on the on the second Darr after this interview i received mrs. Barrington a card and a written request from my left Wye a that i a lion old Call upon her without Dolay Ftp she had settled tho preliminaries in the most set tis factory manner. I did not Fly on the wings of love to the a tit Cly mansion of my Bride elect As there had been Little Choice in tho matter but willed thither like a. Man who had volunteered to by hanged. Ui1uiu y Usu i ult i s Quot i foil it her feet half imposed to worship her covered her hand with kisses sprang feet and clasped her,in, Clara Harrington will a you become Clara Ingleton ,.p.,.4 in Liat excellent practice you Are 1 map shall Havo you proposing to the whole family. Yon have beg ten bravely first to tho aunt and then Niece Lvi thin five Mim utes. Aunt has Flod As Well she May from so Dong rims a creature what would have become of her had i not rushed to the Rescue heaven Only knows a i Promise you 1 shall be dreadfully Jea Ous of her omd the Superior personal advantages she enjoys a a old Vou have been playing a rare game with Mel. 4 a fair one. 1 have won your love fairly tend Learnt it tho same time that there was right on your Side As Voll. Us on mine and i will be my of equity and do Justice More even handed than the Law ,. A May Praise Yea new a. A a no but a a a a May ref a a ,. A do what a. ,. A love Nie just As much is you please a a Brick in a rom Troy strikes Peter of Iii. Petro Letiel Liiro in me. Else Why or. Moses smote the Rock and exceeding Tiuch in l it Oil treacle Forth. And i rim Rich oils. Co i Midrib Nuch or Cise Dutli a Greaso i. T--.,--it t i. I j skirmishes Ftp al upon the , Giori Ever since i , my a Pherty has he no lir ird to by borne i have suffered a i have been bored tvs erod tors. My credit was run into. The ground. People thought me Rioh meanwhile Rind a very mean while it a As Tob a d a i ii a a they thought Ilo had plan Niaj of Money to they wanted pay Down Lor what t Hotd bought. Nepf wishing Quot to Ditmor people a Wilheit Roine thing of a humorist perhaps i will not Purchase Many things. I leased i bored . Oil i. He i. G r was i oils Woll that ends Well. of Imp. On a a arrival i was ushered into a handsome or Irwin Groom in which i was. Kept waiting for file omit a Quarter of an hour when appeared Quot she Ridin Outlook handsomer than when i met her on the stairs leading to the lawyer a office. On the contrary the relation in which she now stood with respect to myself and the 6 finery she had Pilod upon Hor person Rand fed her in my eyes Moro hideous than Ever. I responded to her and remained silent for i few moments. She appeared desirous of manifesting a Eert Din measure of Mardenly coyness and i was Noi indisposed to allow her All the Leisure she required for the performance of her Wiiri when Sho had enacted the role to bet Satimo Tori and lost a Little patience she opened upon the with the voice of a dying screech owl that made me shudder. Well or. Ingleton the object of your visit is i presume a a yes Madam it is As you say to propose for your hand and heart they Are conventionally supposed to go together a _ my hand and heart a she exclaimed laughing. What a laugh it was. A ruined hurdy gurdy Atman Iaea a Soro Amaud the serenade of a starving oat combined were Musio to it a Yos Madam and does this appear so feb surd to you a a My lawyer has been by to to make a proposition which he has Given me to understand has been favourably received. me a a not a trill hut you have made a slight mistake in the _ a a Are you not mrs. Barrington a. That is my name but i presume you refer Niece this in very rid Kouldus. Shall i have the pleasure of freeing the right lady a. A in a moment. She sent to you for her coming _ ,. ,. 1 a i do riot see the necessity i presume not. I will explain a although the subject is a delicate one to handle a better hearted girl than my Nieolo Clara never lived but she Lias some personal defects which perhaps Only the eyes of affection can Overlook. A mean to say for instance that Bho does not Omoy the same personal advantages ris myself by the late Oeone la Grahn they brought him a Dollar. To took it clutched it in his Long Skinny fingers tried its sound against tho bed Post and then gazed at it Long and intently with his Dull Leaden eyes. That Day in the hurry of business. Death had struck him even in tho was hurrying to Collet tho last months rent and was on the Vergo of this noise Riillo court where his tenants horde like beasts in their Kennel by he was Thore with Bis hand Book in his hand when death 1 Riihl his hand upon him. J. Lie was carried Home to ills splendid mansion. Iio was Laid upon a bed with a Satin Coverlet. Tho a Stwyer tho relations Rind tho preacher wore sent for. All Day Long he Lav without speech moving Only his right hand As though in tho not of counting Money. At Midnight to asked Fot a Dollar and they brought one to Liim and lean Rind gaunt he sat in his Donth bed and clutched it with the grip of death. U -. A shaded lamp stood on it fable Neftin to Silken bed. Its Light fell faintly around the splendid room who re Chr Ira and Oil pets Rand mirrors Silken Hod and lofty cuing Oil said Gold 1 As plainly As human lips can his liner and eyebrows. Verc White. His Cheeks sunken and Hie lips thin and bur rounded by wrinkles that1 indicated the passion of avarice. As he set in the bed with his neck bored and the Silken Coverlet wrapped about his lean Frame his whits liar and eyebrows contrasted Witk his wasted and wrinkled face he looked like a ghost. And there was life in his Leaden Eye All that life was entered on tho Dollar gripped in his clenched fist. A ,. His wife a pleasant faced Mettr Only woman was seated at the toot of the bed. Ilia son a Young Man of then Tyne dressed in the last touch of fashion sat by the lawyer. The Lawyor sat Bosforo the table pen in hand Rind Gold spectacles on his nose Thore was i Liege Parchment spread before a do you think lie will make a will a a asked the son. A. Hardly compos Mentis Yot of was the whispered reply. 11 Priit Bol l a Lucid after a a my dear a snid , a a had not i Bot or Send for a pre Toher Asho arose ind took Hor dying hush irid. Fly tho hand but lie did not Nindl his eyes were upon the Doliar 1 a / a Chris t Rich than he owned palaces on Walnut Strid Chestnut streets and hovels and courts in the outskirts. He Hafl Iron mines in this state Copper mine on the lakes sonic where lib had Golieri interests in Only fornia. His name waa Bright on the records of Twenty Lio owns stq0kof All kinds to had half papers pay. To know but one crib Ion to be in debt a without the Power to pay. 1 Iio knew hut Ftp Virttie to get Money that crime lib had Meyer forgiven this virtue lie had never forgotten in the Long Way. Of thirty five years. ,. To Hunt Down a debtor to distress a tenant to Tiern a few additional thousand by a Nam speculation Rise aet Wera the main Ding the. Will attempted a word or two of with tho Dollar in his hand to Sank into a Cath talking of Stock of front of Copper Mino and Camel of tenant and debtor until the breath left his lips. Thus to died. When lie was cold the preacher Rose and asked the lawyer whether tho deceased Lead left anything to such and such a charitable society which had been engrafted upon the French or a tho wife closed Bis eyes a Vid tried to wrench the Dollar from his hand but in vain. To clutched it As though it were tho Only Saviour to Light hint through the dark Osc of eternity. And the son set Down with dry eyes and thought of the hundreds of thousands which Viero now his own. A next Day there was a heats followed by a train of carriages nearly a mile in there fris s crowd a rotund in open Gravo and Riu elegant so Rmon upon the Virtues of the deceased by the preacher. There was fluttering of Crape badges and rolling of carriages in do no tears. They left the dead Man and returned to the Palace whore sorrow died even As the Crapo was taken from the door Knob. ,. And in to grave the Doad hand still clenched the Dollar. I drilled a Halo through a Rook and have already been rewarded with so much of the fuel being,.prepared for tho final conflagration that i fear the inst boil will end in As great a fizzle As did the dutch Gap and now Irish Rich More Rich than any Man of any other. I have lots of Money now when i live no use for it. Lehat a Beer ii old. ,�.��� i. A a nothing like Oil folks say a a hallo Here a honorable Miv Brick just struck a Fortune. Diced Fine fellow or. three months since i was Plain a a its nil owing to Petroleum. And now for i splurge Brown Stone he Jiso Oil i Atli a venue with rown Stone by old drown himself on both ends of it. Red horses with Green toils Pink eyebrows Blue Oyes Choco late coloured ears frizzled. Mane and match less style. Yellow Wagon a with Blok sides it role blinds and Brown top Ilia Clam Shell. Ethiopian Driver , Solferino Stock Ings Magenta Bat hands and false Teeth on Gutta Percha base. And it sixty four ethic Pinn with Brocatello drawers that modesty May not to shocked by looking at the legs thereof. And a Library devoted to red backs and even a greenbacks a a a darn the expense a quoth i. And ill Bavo a Park in the Quot woodshed and a bathing tub full of Oil in Ebu Rolv and a Buffalo to Steak from and oysters As Large As Lincoln a in Prity and boots with round toes and Square heels and a seat in Peonio fashionable Church and pop skirts fur nil my hired girls and i will employ.,so Mitny niggers to wait on me that Oil ill have to do will be to be Happy. Of Pete Iet Nie. Kiss Yon for your a. To and ill Lay a bed mornings and Ait no All night and Boro my friends Oil Day , Oano to in re a it. Talk about holiest Industry sawing Wood for the dust opening Oyster sur the shells blanking boots merely to Seey or Frt a in them and being honest forty years waiting for some Rich Man to adopt per ted. Petroleum is the Hoy. And now in Loti to High Dut of Day House. Yain pomp. Away from the cold cuts crackers cheese Zilish boiled no. 5 Mackerel warmed soup and Brilliant appetites. Dve st Juck Pete a Pun that is . A Frenchman near the Canada line in Vermont sold a horse to his Yankee neighbor which he recommended As being a very a sound and serviceable animal in spite of his unprepossessing appearance. To every inquiry of the buyer respecting the qualities of the horse the Frenchman gave a favorite reply but always commenced his commendation with tho Doerfl oratory remark i a a he a not look ver Good a the Yankee earing very Little for the looks of the horse of we Ipoh lie judged for himself without tho Sellers assistance and boing fully pors Udod after1 a moments inspection that the beast was Worth the moderate. Bum asked for him made the Johnse and took him Home a few Days afterwards he returned in a High dudgeon and declared that he had been cheated in the Quality of the horse. A. A a vat is de matter a said the Frenchman. A matter a said the Yankee a matter enough the horse Oano to see heis As Blind As a Bat 1�?�, a. A. A a a a said the Frenchman a a vat i Vas Tell you lie look Yor Good be Gar i done to know if he 7ooi at by there Rire worse serpents than those that crawl in the grass and they deserve to Loso their skins twice a often. C7 Why Are jokes like nuts Beranse the drier they Are the better they crack. Achi Edmonts of his life. He Good Many his name was upon n Silver plate upon1 the Pew door of a velvet cushioned clip Rah. He was a Boneyo Lenl Nirina for every thousand dollars that he wrung from the tenants of his court or from the debtors who writhed beneath his Heel lie gave ten dollars to some benevolent institution. 1iio was a just Many the Gallows and the jail always found i i him a faithful and unswerving advocate. ,. And now to is a dying Many see As he sits upon to lib bed of death with tho Dollar in his clenched had.0 holy dollars object of his life Long Pursuit what Comfort Hast thou for him now in Liis pain of death at length tho dead Pian revived and dictated Dies will. It was strange to see the to thou Abd Bon and lawyer muttering and sometimes wrangling a beside the bed of death. All the while tho testator clutched the Dollar in his right hand i Hile the will was being made the preacher came oven to who hold the pastoral Churgo of the Chi Orch whose pow doors Boro saintly names of Silvor plates and whose seats on Sabbath Day groaned beneath the weight of respectability Moa cloth and a tip.-. 1. Lee Gentilo and said his Peri Jerk Deco Rily and in measured words but and vhf once did tho dying Man relax his hold of the Dollar. A a can to you read to something say Quick done to you Soo in a going a Rit length said the Rich Man t lining a frightened look to weird lie proc her whose Cravat wits of tho whitest took a Book with Golden clasps from a Inal bulb table. And he read a and i say unto you it is Essie for i Camel to go through the Eye of a Noe die than a Rich Man to enter into tho kingdom of 1 who said those words who who who ? fairly shrieked the dying Man shaking the hand which clenched the Dollar at tho Prevoli Eros head. A to preacher hastily turned oter the Leaf and did not Why did Yoti never Tell me of this before Why did you and Var preach from it As i sat in your Church ? Why Why a. Tho preacher did not reply but turned Over another Leaf. But the dying Man would not be quieted. A and its easier for a Camel to go through the Eye of a Needle than for a Rioh Man to enter the kingdom of god is it ? then what a to become of rash am i not Rich what tenant did i Ever spare ? what debtor did i Ever release ? and you stood sunday after sunday and preached to us and never said a word about the Camel. Not a word about the a _ the preacher in search of a consoling Pas Sage turned rapidly Over the Ldar a and in his confusion came to this passage which he Road. A go to now be Rioh Man weep and Liol. For your miseries that shall come upon you your Gold and Silvor is cantered and the rust of them shall be a witness against you and shall eat your flesh As it were fire be have heaped treasure together for the last Days. Behold the hire of the labourers who have reaped Down your Fields which a a of you kept by fraud Brigeth and the ories of them which have reaped Are entered into the ears of the lord of Sabbath and yet preached that to to shrieked the dying Qian. A ? the preach a a who had blundered through the passage from James which we have quoted knew not what to sri he was perchance terrified by tho very look of tho dying parishioner. Then Drew near and strove to Comfort him and the son who had been Rea the Man who wont pay the Prin an exc Mango a May lie to shod with lightning Rind compelled to wander Over Gunpowder. May to Havo sore eyes and a Chestn thurr for an Eye Stone. May every Day of his life to More despotic thah tho Bey of Algiers. ,. May to never be Quot permitted to kiss a hand Simc Wolf la. I ,. ,. J May Hobo bored to death with boarding school misses practising the first lessons in music without the privilege of seeing his tormentors.,. May 2.4� night mares Trot Quarter races Over his stomach every night May his boots leak his Guri Rind fishing lines break. A ?. A a May his Corteo be Swepton with flies and his sauce seasoned with spiders and bedbugs. May his Friend run of with his wife and his Ali Ildren to i the of Boping cough. May his cattle lie of Murrain Rind his pigs destroy his Garden. May a troop of priv Tai is devils lean Lank and i Finger dog his heels once Day and a regiment of cats Cater Waul under Ilia window Bach Anglita a the Pauiine strike i Ghostf nil editors Hanhy , and Hiss murder in his dreaming Caramay Liis a cow give sour milk rid a a urn rancid butter Inay his daughter marry editor his business go to ruin Rind he to the legislature. Ii Liebick save a Little Dir key on main Street yesterday1 soliciting Means from pedestrians to take Hun Bank to Llis master in Georgia a gentle May held a fifty cent eur Enoy a a i s Ingeri while the o Little Darkey made the following Bevoli i want Back Down to Georgia t Jold Massa Kunso id rather livid him one yeah Dan-about-Dis-Wayrall-my-life.�?i--know3-i fvn/1 in Knetha a from or Indian Edni one of the earliest settlers of tho country round Lake Champlain was colonel Ray mond. He understood tho character and of tho Redskin natives of tho Forest and lived Pili them in much i Armony frequently employing them to Row Liim and Eduwu the Lake. A is he. Had of cation Ong Stout fellow by the name of Bigbear Lead his wigwam at no great distance from the col so dwelling and was often there. Tho Colloq i hav Irig occasion to visit Homo Distant Shore of tho Lake employed Bigbear to Row 111ill in . On their return they passed near a High sloping ledge of Rock on which Lay Ana in Menso number of asleep and basking in the Sun. The India Gayo one penetrating look it tho colonel thus inquired Raymun love fun a a yes was the reply., a. A Well then Raymun have fun mind Indian and hold your to rowed along ,sow,and.pu�, n. Crot Chod stick from a Bunch of hazels upon tho Bank. A steady .no.w, Raymun said he Asho clapped the cry etched stick astride the neck of a Serpent that was sleep close Toth Edge of the water. A Raymun Hole ,.it the colonel then took hold of the stick keeping the Serpent Down while Bigbear. Tied a Little sack of powder putting one end of a slow match therein. He then made it fast to tho my to i gave orders to a lot us go it tho Samo time pushing the calf la Oil from the Shore. The Snake being lib rated crawled away to his den. A the Indian immediately then stood and clapped his hands making As loud a noise As Poss Ihlo and thus Are fish a tho other is it 3/who in it moment disappeared. a ,. A now look Raymun look so file said to and in about a minute the powder exploded when there was to. To sure fun alive a the snakes in thousands by voted the Rook j All hissing rattling Twining twirling and jumping in every writ imaginable. Colonel Raymond burst into a loud laugh Thater bed across the Lake pleased alike with the Success of tho trick and tho ingenuity of the Savages Iri Montion bin Bigbear from fhe beginning to tho end was As Gravo Asa judge not moving a muscle and not having the least show of visibility in. His this it truly of the Amer eau aborigine is what causes the greatest excitability of laughter in others bus no effect upon them j Tlisov remain Sobor sedate and fixed is a Bronze Eta tub. They Niay love Fuh but never in the a same a lost degree exhibit that character in Iligir looks. Had no Busi Heas Foll Erih dem1 yanks Olf no How but it Oano to be helped now. Massa and t want to go in by Down der a a fore Winter sets re Yersh of those who have been reduced from affluence to squalid poverty by the Foults of. War in Virginia and who have ,to Roiek Olin i to at the hands of governor Pierpont of that state is i daughter of the late vomit Frable chief Justice marshal. Before tho War this family was one of tho wealthiest in the state. Tho husband of the lady referred to being old and a cripple and Lojia family help-le6s,-had sold his real state and Irive std his fish do in Railroad stocks and and grow a and now at the Coloso of the War finds this a a can to you get along Winore Yogi arg ? a a Well in be got a show Ting of Liuis wid him and heal i done to know in do mar nine whar in be Gwinn to Jan at night f and den you know Matsa All tile big Nigga so grime to git de Host and Dri Fust old Wii at a floating a bout and ils Little niggas Kin do de Host we a a a hero take this it will help you a it 11 take me Dat much nearer Homo Mosso. Ebery Little helps be know and i tanks be Jess As much for Dis As if to give me enuf to tote me All de Way Darin the ditto Date eyes speech Tatrai ipod quite a crowd who contributed liberally towards sending the Little Black wanderers Way Down s Riith in de land Oil Cotton where old times a a not a Louisville journal. Tho a fix for a you no gentleman Mobile Ala Tribune a by a vory Nice Young gentle his i whose name we do not deem necessary to ventilate recently invested a Small Stem in chit Kons which he undertook to take Home Oil tho Dauphin Street Caw. After proceeding a Short list into the at Fentis to of All the passengers a Large proportion of whom were indies was. Called to him by one of Liis purchases Roi Sittg a Luud and continued Nolde. In vain to tried to quiet the Bird tho indies littered and pulled Down their veils tho gentlemen on Board a Haw Linwod and our Young Friend in his ignorance of a a the situation a blushed. Rost loss at being the cynosure of All Oyes Lio cast a look into his Lap and behold there was an egg. He immediately quit the cars and pursued Liis Way hot Noward on foot. Imagine his Quot source of Momb entirely removed from their control and themselves reduced to the most abject poverty. Those Are so Iii of Fhy people whom the radicals desire to put under the Dominion of negroes. Although crushed they Nigist Quot be re crushed. 0/7�?� the common expression a Humbug is a corruption of tho word a Hamburg and originated Iti the following Idannou during a period when War prevailed on tho continent so Matiy false reports and lying Bulle tins wore fabricated at Quot Hamburg that at length when any one would signify his Dis belief of a statement he would say a you had that front Hamburg and thus a that is Hamburg or hum big became a cock Mon expression of incredulity. Id nothing teaches patience like a Garden. You nifty go round and watch tho open Iii Bud from Day to Day but it takes its own Timo and you cannot urge it on faster than it will All the Best results of a Gar Don like those of lifts Are slowly hut regularly progressive. Fly we Liko the Story of a Blacksmith who was requested to bring n suit for slander. He snid to could go into Liis shop and Hammer out a hotter character than ail tho courts Iff the Stato could give him. Od7 it is said that tho Muster omit of tho Veteran reserves will certainly Trike place before the meeting of Congress. The privates of tho reserves wish to he mustered out while the officers do riot a dds a a i mourn for my bleeding country a said a certain army contractor to general Sheridan 1 so you ought you scoundrel said Sheridan fir no one has bled her Mura than you have cd As Deacon Aon an extremely cold morning in old Timos was Riding by the House of Hienei Libor by the latter was chopping Wood. The usual salutations were exchanged the severity of the weather briefly discussed and tho horseman made demonstrations of passing on when his neighbor detained him with a a done to be in a hurry Deacon. Yon like n Glass of old Jamaica this morning a. A a thank you kindly a said the old gentleman at the same time beginning to dismount with All the deliberation becoming a Deacon. A a i done to care if i a nah done to trouble yourself to got off Deacon a said the neighbor a a i merely risked for information. We Hayong Tri drop in the House.�?�. Do did no to you guarantee sir tho Hora shy before the fire of the enemy no More he wout. A Tisne to till after the fire that he of among the saying attributed to Admiral Farragut is one that you can no ulc fre make a Sailor out of a Sriri blubber by dressing him in a sea Toggery and putt Fig a commission in his Pooka to than you would make a Shoemaker of him by filling him with Sherry cobblers a the new japanese or Gipsey style is making sad havoc with the hats of Little misses. The pork pie hat is rapidly becoming among the things that wore and the Broad brims which make the wearer look Liko a or Obb Het Weon a japanese tycoon Rind a Philadelphia Quaker Are fast taking their place. The next style will How a soil a thing no More Portain is it that the Flower to waft perfume chaff that Homo us a destiny is i ministry of love. A at it printers festival recently the following Toast was offered a woman second Only to tho press in the of is. A a do a a terrible affray Ocon rred at an glee Tion poll in Fremont county Iowa on elec Tion Day in which ten persons were so injured that their lives Are in Zangori a j. To a scorn lifts been elected u. S. Senator from Mississippi. Lie and governor Sharkey will represent the state in Tea Senate. A egy Pierre Souie r. M. T. Hunter and Richard Taylor prominent rebels Aro., Iff Washington. Ely to Tell lies before you get a Iff the Drotning is no sin. It is Only lying in he d. Is of Why talk about sleeping a Wink when people in their sleep never Wink. Psi John Mitchells release is Tori Lam de. A Haj lawyers Mouths Are like tur Piko Gates never open except for pay. Fis if you miss a Prairi you done to i Avo to wait for it arid that a a Comfort., Alliy is. Necessity Liko a great Many lawyers because it knows no Law

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