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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - October 30, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA our country re May she always Quot be rights but right. Or wrong of or. Country Carlisle 30,1861 no. 21 a Merican Volunteer. Puli snid every thursday morning by. Íoh1v b. Bratton f t e rom s. A. A Dollar anti fifty Conta paid i us Vinco two dollars if paid within the Yeara Rvl two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within or. Rear. Those torn will 1m rigidly nil bored to in a Jefry i Finco. No discontinued until Havro rags no paid unions sit. Trio option of the go Ito. _ a a. Any i \rnnt1�?accompanied by the Cash and diff Ono in a u c. Will to inserted three i incr for on it , mid fwd qty to Volonts of Road hindi to Iii to Sorlom. Those of a greater length in lion a Ifni in Ftp Finch of tip my Bills posting Hills he it duds to. It Tom executed with v to l tit tin hour of notice. Starr is >1#tswa a so Mil Glimis de1d son Tina iks Tojo of boy has Dono his duty. Tiv Como. My son a Thoro set him Down a Ray friends pull night tia to f May View in Leibro thu bloody Curso and count those glorious wounds. How Bountiful is death when ii Rod by virtue a who Jimim not to that youth ? what pity it Inthir to Cun Dio but once to Savo our country. 1. Wily sits this is Dinoss on your brow my friends a Ioui Ltd have blushed if Cato s House stood >5.curo, and a civil War. Porcius behold thy brother Hud Recomb or. A a a tii life thine Wii when Rome demands it Woon Rue demands it but remo is Moro tin roman empires fallen 1 0-1 our Sod ambition i. Fallon into pm Sara a bands our Groat Sorofa Kliors. Hint left him a aught to conquer but his of wintry. A Porcius a Como hither to me. A my son despairing of Success. Lut Rno advise Olieo to withdraw betimes to our parental seat the Sabine held. Who Otho Groat censer toiled with his own hands in Humble virtue Anil Rural life. A Thuro lived retired Quot Content thyself to to. Obscurely Good. A ,. When vice prevails and impious men Bear Sway of Honor is a private station. A. A Farewell my friends if there to any of Yod who dare not Trust his victors com buoy know the Croaro ships prepared by my command to Weir sails already opening in the winds that shall convey you to tho wished for conqueror draws near once Moro a Farewell if. Over we moot Horn after to shall meet in happier Limos and on a. Safer Shore where a Mars Novor shall approach its More Thero the l rav youth with Lovo of virtue fired who gently in his country a ,.shull Ickow he conquered tho firm Patriot Thero who made tho welfare of Mankind his Caro though a till by faction vice and Fortune crossed 3utl find tho gone Rous labor to has lost. A Wulf i a i amp Cousin. May oar Pluton. 1 Liko a sunny morning. And sunny Faeost too _. A. A it Vlikov to moot i friends. Ill uojv/1 i like al Twilight when the sans qty a in , a i like them All but , my friends they re not what Siliko Bent. Hike to watch the Moonlight a. I like to cull Swuat la Ewers. I Liko to Danco when music ? fills up tho Golden i Liko tos build air castles,.�?� a a. When All tho worlds at Rost. Y�?T.c-, Thost like . Still you know i do not Bent. I like Togo to mooting when in be got something now in Lik Togo in pretty late. And sit in tho front Pew. A i like to eat Pine ice Crenin a. If it must to confessed. All those Gliko but after All a do not Liko Thom beef i like Anion flirtation. A a in Sonio Cool Shady spot. A a i to to Tan me. -. We a the weather a Ratibor hot a i like Irtis is. _ flu a it in vide and in dress do indeed. L do still Good folks a. I do Nof like it a fit. Jul Len with t Ickow it Ronij on a a a Vii Nir a add Uch a in Sudul moustache a and orc i it Medhi j Lubirl. A i i Haud acid Oart will a Nivy him no a so Blest up i la he a a.�?. A and a hit i like bf.\t. Love and moral courage. A but Why done to you like him Agatha a 1 of Boci Tuse 1�?T. A Wlms philosopher Ever of this True woman a reason ? a because Means ten thousand things that pretty dimpled % i Loose to put into shape it Means that they Khiav Why perfectly we themselves,1 Loir Woi a Tell and not All the to axing of curiosity to an set it out of Themi. And so pretty Agatha Milne played with the knot of Scarlet ruses whose velvet petals a glowed in her Belt ribbon. And lifted up her. Soft Hazel Hrman Eye with a a proved ugly absent unconscious look. But Agatha a pursued Ruth Henwood stopping for a moment in her occupation of braiding and arranging agates Beautiful Traves of Auburn Gold hair a in a sure a pleasant partner at Halls and parties and of Agatha done to Jerk your head so or i Samll Diazo to braid All those strands again 1�?Ta nonsense 1 that a no Tost at All a said Agatha pet Tashly the peach like Crimson mounting to her Cheek a what. Can you Teli about a Young Man Mere Ball room acquaintance ? any one can be agreeable enough to hold your Boquet or bring you an. Ice Cream a that is if to knows enough not to tread on your Toos in tho polka not to step on Jour flounces in a promenade in is k00"�?T 8 Ruth a but the question but the question is a interrupt so tho in a Jbv Quot us Young Beauty a Haw do i know that a r. Fitz Aubyn Silver tongued a to is to a to with his homage and his compliments in pc go borne and swear at his Mother and Sisters Tiow do i know that or. Jennings who hns the whole dictionary at his Finger a does no to Ohe it his Landlady a what Loans have i of ascertaining that Young st. Quot nuns Wiio is such a Graceful Waltzer and Gree Ahlo Small talker does not finish his t 11 drinking Saloon Oil Ruth we 00 8 Tler ascertaining spurious Dollar Sand have to i Uuk notes Blit How on Earth Are tin la t w a counterfeit husband until a is Shi in Uruu Lucky apron Sti ing for life a bark Bud As she sprang up to look for Bitha,/81 4110 Lon drooped a a Zipie ious Moji Hir. A Well a said Ruth care singly patting Agatha a tiny hand a i am very very thankful that Providence i Jnet Mako me a Beauty and a heiress since it Ihas such a tendency to and distrust. But Agatha inspire of All you have said i feel convinced that Charles Stanton is a Noble a very Likely a said Agatha lightly but Here comes pita Aubyn with those splendid horses of his so give me my a and whither Are your footsteps to be directed to Day v. A. A of we intend to go to that private View of pictures in Street which i told you of.�?T. A and Agatha swept out of the room with the port of a White Lustre of Moonlight pouring Down through the circular dome of frosted Glass gave a life Liko glow to the by porn paintings whose gilded frames literally covered the Walls of the up noxious apartments. Here and there groups of absorbed dilettante moved with subdued whispers and brandished. Opera glasses As if it were a forbidden thing to speak above ones breath in the presence of these fair landscapes and Seepes from history a Page. Directly to front of one of the finest works of Art stood a pair who had unconsciously been tho. Object of Many a curious glance and whispered observation of the other sightseers a a tall 8tylish-Loqking Young Man with an old indy i leaning on his Arm whose antique dress of snuff coloured bom Bazine. And oddly shaped Beavor Bonnet occasioned a Groa Many Covert smiles and half concealed tit ters from those present. A a of by the Way miss Milne a said Bitz Aubyn As in their Progress round the rooms this couple gradually came in View a a you have hot seen tho. Greatest curiosity of All a a where a said Agatha raising her opera Glass. A. A ,. A you Aro mistaken it done to hang on the Wall a said Fitze Aubyn laughing. A Book nearer Earth if you want to see Stanton and his Fossil aunt.�?T,. Agatha turned Hor head accordingly without remarks Alio smiled a Little however a a twas All Fitz Aubyn wanted. A should you suppose any mortal youth would have tiie courage to bring such a last font qty up Heitnen to a place like this where insight know lie would meet All his fashionable acquaintances 1 a pon Niy word i believe hell take her to the opera next a see him carrying her Morocco bag and Cotton umbrella 1 done the remind you Quixote in his Youthful Days a / a a probably she Lias Money to leave one of these Days a said Agatha the distrustful Elo Mon. Uppermost in her mind for the moment. A not a solitary Rod , fori have inquired. She is in reduced ii ours Tancosh a that a the term i believe a but Stanton is very fond of her nevertheless. She acome up to town from the Hack Woods for a few Days and a a r he paused abruptly As the very pair in question ppr poohed still absorbed in picture gazing. My dear com Bleb a said tho old lady at length you cannot imagine what a. Treat this is to Roe i have not. Seen Buell a pictures As these since was a child hew Tipu Gotful of you to bring me Here a. 11 knew you would enjoy it aunt a. And you Are not ashamed of Jour old fashioned relative among All those Guy Young people a on the contrary dear aunt Lam As proud As a Monarch while you Are leaning on myarm.�?T. ,. Agatha heard it All and she also heard him answer in reply to tho Gay Challenge of some companion. / ten Ink you but done to reckon upon me As one of party this evening at the opera. Quot i am go Iii with my aunt who is passionately fond of Musio so you must excuse me for a. A a i told Yon soil said Fitz Aubyn in a Soto voice tone shrugging his shoulders. A did you see such a fellow As Stan Topi in. A never a was Agatha a reply but it was so emphatically spoken that. Fitz Aubyn started. And tout night Wale Cue Ugurlu Beauty brushed out her luxuriant hair Slu paused Many a time and fell into a thoughtful revery. A moral courage a she murmured to herself. A i have somewhere read that it is nobler far. Than the. Iron Resolution which makes men reckless in Battle. ,1 wonder a an i there she stopped resolutely. What a glorious bracing now years Day. It was 1 there had been just Snow enough in the night to form n White glistening Coal everything and a Vav ird an once lieu of ouse for the merry suit Lis that darted hither a and thither with so raining furs and jingling Hells. All the fashionable world was astir tho gentlemen busily consulting their Termi Quot Imblon lists of Calls and the ladies putting the last touches to their gorgeous toilets. There were not Many upon that Day who received Noire adulation than Agatha Milne As she stood1 like a a a eng Empress in her splendid rooms every Mirror flashing Back her loveliness. Her dress was very simple Pink silk edged around the shoulders with so Rwy Ermine and Long sprays of jessamine drooping from her hair yet she. Knew that she had never been so Beautiful As now As she listened with languid smiles to a the compliments showered upon her. It was nothing How. C. The gilded ohm Ndu Liers had been�?~lighted., and the jewelled fingers of the tiny Alabaster clock on pointed to , when the peal of the door hell announced a new incursion of guests,.and or. Fitz Aubyn entered surrounded by a Gay party of Young men. A Good evening miss Milne 1 surely i am hot too late to wish you the happiest of All imaginable new years. Whom do you suppose i saw steering in the direction of your hospitable mansion just now Here he Oomes to speak for himself the Chevalier Stanton a i Agatha turned calmly to Welcome the new Comer and the keenest Eye could scarcely discern the deeper Shade of color that glowed q0 her delicate Cheek As he quietly came up to Greet her. 1 glasses gentlemen a exclaimed Fitz Aubyn holding High above his head a tiny Ohn Lioe of engraved _ Bohemian Glass brimming with Crimson wine a let us drink to the health of on fair hostess Mies Agatha-Milne.�?T. A the Impromptu Toast a was received with acclamations of satisfaction and Fitz Aubyn glanced around to see if All bad followed his lips to the Glass. Come Stanton no Lack of chivalry Here whores your Glass.?�?T a i will drink miss Milne a health in Clear coed water with the greatest pleasure a said Stanton smiling a but i never a never touch wine 1 and Pray Why not a a it is against my principles a said Stanton with quiet firmness. _ a i Fitz Aubyn curled his lip in Contemp Troub silence that was several degrees harder to Bear than spoken oblique but another Young Man lung Avrard to Gator left i word a of for the wine to him yourself miss Milne surely he cannot to so lost to All sense of gallantry As to refuse it from your fair hand 1�?T Agatha had grown very Pale but Wib Hopt speaking she tilled one of tho goblets and held it towards Stanton. A. Will Yon take it from to a Stanton looked at her with Calip Gravity As he replied. 1 miss Milne i should be a Coward indeed did i allow your persuasions to Sway me from the fixed principles which Are the Dpi filing Star of my a a he bowed and withdrew. The Glass fell from Agatha a hand shivered into a thousand sparkling fragments Sho bit her Scarlet lip until the blood started with a strange sympathetic thrill of exultation. Had he wavered for an instant in his determination she would Havo despised him. A a very poor investment those horses of mine add nil this behaviour a la Good boy in Story books a muttered Fiz Albyno about four weeks subsequently of into tho brilliantly illuminated of the club House. A waiter a Glass of Barnudy and water Quick 1�?T a a what a the matter Fitz ? you look As Black As a Thunder Cloud a observed a bystander who was leaning against a Marble pillar and picking his Teeth in a most epicurean manner. A the matter ? do you Rome Bor that mag in fluent Agatha Milne the Queen of All the beauties a. Of course i do she Hasni to lost her. Wits or property i Hope in -. No but in to lost the latter a torn pretty effectually. To suppose she is going to marry a i am cannot guess. Do toll your news at once Ait Don t keep a fellow in suspense.�?T-,. V. A Well she is been memos. Charley Stanton actually going to marry a Man with a Fossil aunt and Principio that wont allow him to drink a Glass of wino Bali the Humbug that passes. Current in to Lii world a. A. A i could have prophesied a much Bojorq my dear boy if you would Havo Only Dono Mon the Honor to listen to me a Obs Rod tho other coolly unfolding the newspaper,.so As to get at the inside columns. A you Gay and. Dashing Young follows arc All a girl wants to. Amuse herself but when in coins to life Long question she is Apt to prefer a True to a false Man fur a Fitz Aubyn groaned deeply,.but considered his position too precarious to to Worth arguing. A. Meanwhile Little. Ruth Ellenwood was As Busy As a Bee working at her cousins wed Ding Soho of spotless White Satin and asking ten thousand questions tho final of which s was. A , Agatha you never would Tell me Why you did no to like him and now you Are just As bad. Tell to that a a Darling Why you changed your mind a a and Agatha Only laughed in i Crim soned and made tie same old provoking answer a a a �?~,01i�?.because�?T a a Siy heroine. Nil t in a Little Bro in House containing to Low dark rooms lived my Yard in front ,. Hut in Sonin i is Gay with balsams Lind Bright pinks a. In Littie Fiath the Gate is Ahva Catly swept. But per flaps Yon will Ooi Lii my heroine deserving of the title when i teb you she is neither Beautiful nor talented As tho Heo rinos of novels always arc but she possessed ,mind and heart which would have done credit to any. A ller father was a drunkard. Her Mother wins a Pale sad woman worn with toil and sorrow but was Ever gentle and uncomplaining in All her troubles Ever kind and forgiving when her husband ill treated her and. Treasuring up with Jay every word of kindness which cd my like a transient gleam of Sunshine in his sober moments. Bit the faithful Mother did leaving six Little children do struggle with the the eldest was Able to work for himself and the Pufunt was Givon to one of tho relatives. But upon Mary my heroine came the whole responsibility of caring and providing for the rest for her father too far lost to Havo tho manliness to exert himself for their support continued in his to graded course. Thus the Little girl became a demure housekeeper. Tot for her were the games and toys Quot and sports in the open air. Iier time was occupied in the making and mending of Little garments and All the sober routine of a Domestic won at. Flow changed she was a careless Happy girl to a sad Proma Ture woman 1 a that was but though she worked Early and late and the Cross was heavy to Bear she often said with to is in Hor Pale Blue eyes a i cannot wish my Mother Bojt to so much trouble a a a a i. A Noble Little gut self denying and Faith Ful toiling on without oven tho cheering love of a father never dreaming that Scio is heroic i a peculiarly Noble trait of hers was her for her shield ing him from reproach Sho would Novor say he was harsh to Hor. But with Loving Charity hid his faults from tho world As far As was in , but in less than a year after her mothers death this Meek Young spirit found rest. I thought with Joy How her patient love would no More be tried by an exacting surely the Roward of such Doyo Tion will be Groat a tho Little family was scattered acid the father joined the array. It is hoped he Wil sometime realize the Worth of the devoted creatures whom his blindness brought to the. Grave. _ ,.and pow has not my heroine . A a . It is of Warren tho author of a ten thou Sand a tear a that tto is Sld top practice in the examination of a Man a Seu Sod of Svevo Arius falsely in a . It shows great dramatic Power r a unconsciously exhibited in his daily business. I Trio prisoner being arraigned and the formalities gone through with tho prosecutor placing his thumb the Seal held up the will and demanded of the. Prisoner whether he bad seen the Tostato sign that instrument to which he promptly answered to had. A and did you see it As sub scribing witness.?�?T. I did. V ,. Was it sealed with red or Black Wax with red Wax. Adid you Leo him Seal it with red Wax ? i did. Where was the Trostl tar when to signed and sealed this will it in his bed. 4 play How Long a Pic the of Wax did House ? about three or four i Echos. Who gave the Testa air this piece of Wax did. A a where did you got a. From the drawer in file a cd How did to Light the piece of Wax with a Candle. A a a whore did that piece of Candle come from i got it out of a cupboard in his loom. was that piece of Candle. Perhaps four or five inches Long. Who lit it a a i lit it. A what with. A with a match. Where did Yogi go t the match of the Mantle shelf in the room. You did ? a. I did. A a a. A Here Warren paused and fixing his Large deep Blue epes.upon�?Tth�. Prisoner to hold the will above his head hip thumb still resting upon tho Seal and ,.j.n a solemn measured tone. A ,. Now sir upon your solemn oath you saw the testator sign to. Signed it in his Bod at his request you signed it As a subscribing witness you saw him Boal it it was with red. Wax resealed it a piece if one two three inches Long lie lit lint Wax with a piece of Candle which you. Proc tired for him . On hard you lit by a match you found on the. Mantle shelf ? Quot i did a a i once More �ir-7-Npon your solemn oath a you did ? a i did. A. My lord its a was the prisoner was Deli icons judge l. In Juabn Niiva kept a Demijohn of Good old Jnai a in his private office for his own Comfort 1 How enteric Immert of his particular friends. The judge sad noticed for some to Iii that on monday re in rings his Jamaica was considerably lighter than he left it . Aai fast had gradual or . Jvn Whitsi mind. Llis., son Sam was missing from italic. Patenia Pew in Church on Stind nys. Oho Sui iday afternoon Sam came in and went he stairs rather heavy when tho him a a Sam where Haye Boen a. A a to lurch sir a was the prompt reply. A a what Church Sam a. A a second methodist a. ,. A a Iohd a Good Sermon Sam a a very powerful sir it quite staggered me sir a a. A a a i see a said tho in do a a quite pow Ful he. Sim a. ,. The next sunday tho son Carol he me rather earlier than usual arid apparently not so much a under the his father1 hailed him with a a Well Sam been to the second methodist again to Day a. A. A a yes a a Goole by a a a fast was father that i got in Church shut up and a ticket on the door.�?�. A a sorry Sam keep going you May get Good by it yet.�?T, a Sam Sriya on going to the office for his usual spiritual refreshments he found the a a Jolma empty and by Aring tho following Label. A a there will be no Servito Hore to Day this Church being closed for repairs.�?�. Grades of villainy. Tho Man that will take a newspaper for a length of time and then Send it Back refused and unpaid for would Swallow a Blind dogs dinner then Stone the dog for being Exchange. He would throw a soldiers wife and family out of. A rented shanty and shave their Heads and sell their hair to a wig maker to pay the county Farmer. Gentlemen you May As Well give it the English language Doos not contain word3 sufficiently forcible out of which to Frame a sentence to express the utter meanness of Quot that Man who a takes a newspaper for a length of time and then sends it Back refused and unpaid so then save your wits for something that has a soul something that is not both an outrage and Sling poo to Wellsville Patriot. Jho would be As mean As the Man who chased his poor old Blind Mother for stopping in his door Yard to beg for bread and who gave his Only child a Penny for going of bed Sun Perless and the next morning charged him a Penny for his . Worse yet. Iio would steal the pennies from tho eyes of his dead grandmother and then curse her because Thoy wore not a yes Hill Fec a Hie children on Broad and water tickle them in the Throat with a Feather till they threw it up put Tawny carefully for another Bluff Beacon. A worse than that. To would steal eggs and suck a Ems and then put the in under a setting Hen and curse her because Sho did not. Hatch full hedged county California journal. That dope to fit the ease at All. Iloyd snug Glo himself through to. Heaven by a round about Road Bribo st. Peter with a bogus far thing and then after h had got in would steal from the streets and Trade them off for half Penny stumps of Morgan co Gazette. Stronger yet. Lie would sponge a living from the hard Cai hings of his poor old father until the old gentleman is unable to work and Thon let him die in House arid afterwards sell his remains to the medical student for Anat my Cal in Roposo a bin flan a yes. Tie would Chasee. Broken legged Mosquito across a ten mile swamp for its a gut fat arid then curse his maker because he would not suck nourishment from its Tail and thus save Tolje Ordinary expenses of watchman. A Quot True your children to not Ivinity to Enterprise to fearlessness in what in right and to cowardice in what is wrong. Educate them to make for themselves the noblest purposes of life and then to follow them out. Educate them to despise suffering that stands in the Way of Tiro accomplishment of Many Aims and count it As a Little thing make them free by lifting them up into the storms of life and not by covering them Down with soft and downy Plush grandma do you know Why i Oan see in the sky so far a asked Charlie a Little four year old of the venerable lady who sat on the Piazza knitting. A no my dear. Why is it v replied grandma bending her ear eager to oaten and remember the Wise saying of the precocious Little a boo Ause there is nothing in the Way a a.�?z0n,ii,. And the Young philosopher resumed his Asp re us a al a Detriech it a to so Toon Omisol mrohs and grandma her knitting with a Man pro r Ouri Inus Mirror a among tho curiosities exhibited at the last Paris exposition arid promised for ours was a Inigo concave Mirror the instrument of a startling species of opt Cal magic. On standing Mirror and looking into it it presents nothing but a. Magnificent monstrous dissection of your own physiognomy. 0n retiring a Little say a a couple of feet it Given your own fico and figure in True proportion but re versed the head downwards. Most of the spectators ignorant of anything Elso observe these two effects and pass on. But Retiro still further standing at the Distanto of five or six feet from tho Mirror and behold you see yourself Notas a reflection i it does not strike you As a reflection but your Vorita Blo self standing in the Middle part Between you and tho Mirror. The Offoot is almost appalling from the idea it suggest of something supernatural is startling in fact a that men of the strongest nerves will shrink involuntarily at the first View. If you raise your Cane to thrust it at your other self you will see it pass through the body and appearing on the other Side the Fig ure thrusting it at you the Sanra instant. I the artist who first sri coded in finishing a Mirror of this Disori Tion it to one of the. French Kings if to recollect aright it was Louis Xvi placed his majesty on the right spot and bade him draw his sword and thrust it at tho figure to saw. The King did so hut seeing the Point of the sword direct cd to his own breast he threw Down his weapon and ran away. Tho practical joke Cost the inventor the Kings patronage and favor his majesty being afterwards to ashamed of his own cowardice that he could River again look at tho Mirror or its paper. I where age we Drifting when we want to discover whither we Are a Drifting and How far we Havo gone from Safo Harbor All to have to. Do is to recur to the original land Marks. Kith this View to sub join Somo extra cts from tho declaration of Independence and from the a Constitution of tho United states. Quot when our fathers grew tired petitioning the British Crown against grievances and protesting against usurpation they took up arms and gave their reason so some of which to Annex in a to Morallo Papor known to this Day As Trio declaration of Independence. A r the history of tho King of great Britain is a history of repented injuries and usurpation All having in direct object the Stab Lis Mont of an absolute tyranny these states. Lie has affected to Render the military Independent of and Superior to the civil Power. He has Toni Bitio with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our Constitution and by Wiir depriving us in Many eases of the benefits of trial by jury. For transporting us beyond Trio seas to be tried for pretended offences. These reasons were held then to to sound and sufficient and to this Day the whole civilized world holds the same Opin Iori of them. Tho a revolution and Independence achieved Trio fathers of the a Publio Mot in convention to Frame a Constitution for the Safe and. Bettor government of the a states which at a great expenditure of blood and treasure they rescued from British Thra Dom and to save their do Seondo its. From outrages and aggressions similar to those practice upon themselves by to lie King of great Britain Thoy did a3 they supposed so distinctly define and limit the extent of Power entrusted to each department of the Nati orial government so clearly indicate the reserved rights of the individual states and so securely hedge around with safeguards the rights and personal Liberty of the citizen that there could be no danger of a Nermae ments by the Central government and consequently no cause for dissatisfaction on the. Part of the states or insurrection or revolution in the \ part of the Puoplo. How far their expect. Tons have been realized history will declare. As far As human foresight profound Wisdom Largo experience arid an Humble Trust in divine Providence could enable Thom a perfect Constitution they succeeded. To the president by virtue of the civil functions of the office and As a commander. In i Lief of tie Arispy and Navy is committed Tjie faithful execution of the Laws by and. the advice and consent of the Senate he May perform certain acts and for the faithful performance of the duties cup lined to. Him lie takes a solemn oath. Constitution of tiie United a states. Of the executive. A.8. Before he enters on the execution of his of Foo he shall take the following oath or affirmation a. A a i do solemnly swear or affirm that i will faithfully execute the office of president of the United states and will to the Best of my ability preserve protect and defend the Constitution of Trio United state a. Of the legislative. Artl Sec. 1.�?All legislative Powers Here in grunted shall be ves ted in a Congress of the United states which shall consist of a a Senate and House of representatives. Sec. 8. A the Congress shall Havo Power to. Lay Rind collect taxes duties imposts and excises to pay tho debts and provide for the. Common defence and general welfare of the United Malte All Laws which shall to necessary Anil proper for carrying into execution tho foregoing Powers and All other Powers vested by this Constitution in tho government of. The United states or in any department or officer thereof. Soc. 9.�?tho privilege of the writ of Hareas Corpus shall not to suspended unless when in Casos of rebellion or invasion the Public safety May require it. ,. 1. A of the judiciary. Art. 3, see. 2�?~. Tho trial of All crimes except in cases of impeachment shall be by jury and such trial shall to held in the state where tho quid crimes shall Havo been committed within any state tho trial shall be at such place or places As Congress May by Law. Have directed. See 3. Treason against the United states shall consist Only in levying War against them or in adhering to their enemies giving them Aid arid Comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act or confession in open court. Amended Constitution Art. 5/ to person shall to. Held to answer for a Capit Fairir otherwise infamous prime unless on a prison tent or indictment of a grand jury exo opt in cases arising in tho land or naval forces or in the militia when in actual service in times of War or Public danger. Art. 6. In All criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy tho right to speedy and Public trial by an impartial jury of to state and District wherein Trio crime Peffall have been committed which have been previously ascertained by Law and to he informed of the nature and Causo of the to be confronted with tho witness. A Anil web st Iii his off a a in. To find Trio following accounts of the fun ral of oof. Fletcher Webster Anil Thoi spec Ion of his illustrious fathers remains in last Nicks Issue of the Plymouth Rock the Tomb at Marshfield once again opens wide its portals to receive the last of tilt sons of the a a great the funeral of col. Fletcher Webster tools place in Marshfield on. Wednesday Sopt a her 10th. The body was brought Down Erqin Boston in a Hearse with for horses by Way of Lingham and sooth Shore. Several coaches Convy Ved his Boston friends a from the Kingston depot where a Large assemblage gathered from the neighbouring towns. Rov. Or. Alden tho Village pastor conducted the services the body resting on his fathers writing table Libra-y7 according to his dying request. A Large procession followed his body to the. Tomb where the coffin was do posited with the family whom a nation mourns. By request of Peter Harvey esq., and others the Oaken Box containing the great statesman a coffin was opened and the Mai Talio cover of the Glass removed. How were the feelings of these personal friends stirred within them to find those lineaments and Fea Tures which no Man Ever looked upon to forget retaining the same color and impress natural As when ten years ago they gave him up to the grave. They is were More sunken but the heavy shadows beneath tho brows were always there in life. Even in Deanii and for a decade the captive of the grave that kingly presence inspired the same deep reverence and speechless Awe As when in tiie living Temple of his matchless mind. Said one upon his face again a a i forgot All else and cannot toll you anything of the Tomb or surrounding objects the velvet pall with its Rich embroidery was in perfect preservation though deprived of its primitive gloss. In silence the lid was dropped and the Box Reolo sed. Farewell thou Groat Depa Todl Earth a communion with thoe is . No More shall human Eye behold that face which thought and feeling once flashed the Light and Shade of that a a Imperial mind. Rest Nobis statesman with thy Patriot sons. Thy Momory a a still lives enshrined in a nations admiration and it. In letters of father Post Imbt to him it to Corrip Ulbe by process for these Are extracts from the Constitution a some on a thine a Yankee who was travelling through Ken Tricky had a Fino horse and no Money. Lie had taught the animal Rio lie Down or sit on his haunches when the bridle was pulled pretty hard. Our traveler saw no Way of replenishing his purse but by Selling his horse and resolved to do tho first Opportunity. Asho was going slowly along he saw a Hunter at some distance from the Road whom to Rode up to and accosted. In the course of the o conversation to told tho latter to had an. Invaluable Hobo to sell a horse that would act precisely Liko a setter when to. Was in tho Vicinity of game. Casting his eyes around at the same time discovering some fresh Rabbit tracks to gave Jerk. The docile animal Lay Down. A. A there Are Somo rabbits Here a said tho rider. A i know a i the kentuckian curious to test their pc ted sagacity of the horse searched around and sure enough started three or four rabbits. To was greatly surprised hut the Yap a Kee took tho affair of course. Tomake along Story Sciort tho wonderful horse changed Linds on the spot three Hundred dollars being the consideration. His now owner mounted him and with characteristic hospitality the Yankee agreed to accompany him Home. Thoy soon came to a Stream which they had to Cross and which was rather deep for horsemen. Judge a a tue Kiang a dismay when on pulling the bridle in the Middle of. The River big Steed subsided in the running Waters As if to was a Hippopotamus ,. A a Oil Row is this a lib roared out nothing but his Bead visible.,. The Yankoe who on the Hunters other horse was not disconcerted in tho least a hut replied coolly ooh i forgot to Tell you he is a Good Fqy r fish As for. Rabbits in a homely even a ugly Roan Sihavo no pity to spare. I never a one so ugly yet that if be had brains Rad a heart to could not find a Beautiful woman sensible enough to marry him. But in the hopelessly Plain and Sisters these tears 1�?� there is a. Class of women who know that they possess in their persons 0 attractions for men that their faces Are timely that their frames Are ill formed that leii1 Carriage is Clumsy and that whatever Fay be their gifts of mind no Man can Liap he slightest desire to possess their. Person obj1�?That there no compensations for these worn a ii i have no doubt but Many of them fail to 1 my them. Many of them feel that the Sweet st sympathies of life repressed Rind Here is a world of affection from which they oust remain shut out forever. It is i woman to feel that her Poron is not pleasing harder than for a Man to feel thus. £33�?� it is said that the average nun Ibet ref Battles a Soldier goes through is five. We know an old maid who 1ms withstood fourteen engagements and has powder enough left for is Many More. A up Quot a Young lady in. Ono of our Rural districts a was once escorted Home from night a veiling party by n Young Man to whom Shi was not particularly partial his Navo to remarked ,. A it. -.t. I guess ill Como and see you again next sunday n get a. Y r "1. A Well Bill sri it a replied the lady a Yoh a an come As a Friend but not As a a Bill go either Way. A Loving Young lady of new Bedford was intimately acquainted in a family in which there was a Weot Bright Little boy of some five years Between Whin and herself Thero sprang up a very Vendor Friendship. One Day she said to him a Willy do you love me a. A yes indeed a he replied with a Olingg kiss. A i now much a. A Why i love you i Lovo you up to Tuo a just then his Eye fall on his j��r1- flinging his arms about her and kissing Hor or the Flowers that breathe the Weott hic into our hearts Bloom upon the. Rod v Reo that a Nail should be drawn out Whon of a ssh a the other Day a Friend a wishing to each my Little three year old Susie Rishoi hymn a a ginning a want to be an Angel a told her i repeat tho first Lino when she looked up ind with a. A no i done to t want to he a . ,. A Trouc Nafur Bov a a boy was on of asked by a companion with whom he Vori oing to Rido on horseback to take such a. Rip As would violate his fathers command a at he nobly declined. A nobody will see our replied tho other still urging him to it in form the evil act. A i shall see Mya Olff a a claimed the Iri anly fellow with a firm Reive to do right All his face. Weak persons May be sensible enough of their weakness to.nvqko.n/,Vise,Uso of it. Life is a lottery but to Olio draws Many corks Likely to draw much else. The grocer who is dish Oriest in the use. Of his Scales lies in weight to deceive. Tho Trout losses his life for a worm Many men lose theirs for less. A. Men have made an obscure Bible but Golf never did. J. A woman in Lovo with Yon forgive a great indiscretion but never a Small i delicacy. 1 <4 a a. Quot a a the Inan who a challenged contradiction goes into an a Vul fight arid was severely. Beaten. ,. For his Noble self denying by Roibu in freeing himself from his faults. _ a they Ere All drawn out said to Parent the boy looked sad and Toro was a whole volume of practical Wisdom in Bis pad Pess. With a heavy heart , a True father but Nero still parents who Wouldhave their children. N grow to sound and , Muse it tho. H. T authorize Iho president sow the seed at the fireside. To suspend it no tho Congress cannot so ovations can Reform by ,1�?~ a a. Holt do Legato the right make him a useful member of s a a j jjft8 it Leon suspended ? yes i a alas the stars Thero. Iho a Rotor maj. Wj1on1, tho president. A a. Nierod with Dees its suspend of Reiou w t by on in t10 Kiojai states where Thore in no tuition vests in Congress alone the res ii to suspend tho writ of Hareas Corpus and that Only in Oasis during the exist Eure o Ion or invasion a Whon a the Public safety May a a to a Congress sri Spondon the privilege of Hareas corms no has it authorized the Prosi dont to suspend of tho Man he onco was to is soars to soars. Ther a rebellion nor a invasion a and where tho. ,. Administration of Law is unimpeded no a Fry a John a a a minister to his hired Nono hut a a Knave Wil say it does Man Vou should become a teat Tolar you Yot it has Lioen suspend of yes and he to Boon drink my again a do you by the Prosi dont Yos l by what authority ?. A breath goes from the preacher Aud a sent id cent is to the hearer and that a generally tiie end of the ii Iatter. I. ,. A Novor to troubled with trifles,.apd Soun All trouble will appear As Flint swims the sea of life with bladders Oan not stand the first Prook of adv too fortune.,. A second thoughts Aro Best Man was gods. First thought women his second. No Man is Happy who is not cheered by-1 tho Musio of a Bird in his bosom. Q i a a a a f. Physical labor Roli Oves us fir mental hip Pinosa of the poor. Time is an old novelist who takes pleasure a in printing his tales of our countenances. He writes the first chapters with a Zwann a Down and Graves the last with a steel pen a tho following working out by a Bane Cyer Angel is Given As the arithmetic of love. After introduction 4 compliments Maka 1 Blush 8 plus Hub make one Vendor look 4 Tonder looks make 1 Moonlight 2 rambles make 1 proposal 2 a proposal 1 to a Mako 1 t Dobby a says to would have died of the Ohol Naver Tako a drop yourself a a John you certainly neither by the authority of tho Era last summer if it had not been for one. A. _?_____nn/1 Nina i a i Onn Nunoo Lun Elnaa f a a n or _1 must look at your. and Constitution nor of Congress tho Formor does a very True a said John a but can you Tell me. Dot g,t0 the authority m any Case and tho How the streets of Jerusalem were kept so i Jitter neither has nor pan Rand As these Aro Olean a a no John i cannot toll you that.a to Only two sources which to know of Well sir it was just Boa use Evory one kept Lenoe he might derive it it must be that his own door Olean Thore is authority for tho suspension which. A i to Are ignorant of or to Lias Ash mod the whim punishment is deserved it is expect fearful responsibility of tho not without any cd and when it in expected it i suffered. A authority at All. Thing a the doctor gave me up a ,. Two Days afterwards he says he Wax a Well Man indulging in succotash. A woman is a Good Deal like a piece of Ivy tho More you Uro ruined tho donor Sho clings. To Yim a wife a love done to Bogin to show itself till the sheriff is after Yon. A Quot

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