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Fort Wayne Morning Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 24, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana A fam a m Fol. 15-n� 34. Fort Wayne Indiana saturday february 24.1855. Whole n ii33 Thomas Tigar a Dit Orand publish or. Office Corner of Pearl and Calhoun s t Ruceis Phird . Risers terms Advance two dollars fifty Gerita at Theen Dof six months or three dollars at the end of the year iia p i air ii continued until All area raves Are paid up a Ciot i the option of the publisher. Vav Gratiaa cents inserted at one Dollar per Square of Tea Init leg for the first thre weeks and half that rata for subsequent insertions. I Liberal allowance made Tothie who after times by the year. M. . Ilt49. W. in outed with neatness Accra car most reasonable Tei Patch in the life i sur Slnar. In states fare in surmise a inn Why is trite of company or Philadelphia flick so a. Chesnut sts., Pillad a 5 Van Sau 9teet, Orleans 69 of Lynnd Street Baltimore la co Grega Street boston33 third Street Conci Onali. Assets liable for losses j an. 1,1853, 3306,029,004. To it Cash system the Only sate sound and sensible me Tor either a company or its insured member Kii id a Porse Verance in rigid application of Correct life Hare resulted in the most eminent Access of this company. Ciuci Xihai Board of trustees. Jom Quot a l. Vattier president Coli King John Vav. Messica a. A. W. Mclean. I. P evil Miami. Vav m. Cameron Richard Bales la not a Hewi Roert it Beer Iii a Taft Robert Moore John i and. Wil Caret Seco tary. S. N. Bayless agent for fort Wayne. H. F. Ayris . Physician. Aug. �?�27ih, 1853. To Colerick a a ,.�l Arney acid Cornielle at Lato and Gentril land and lax at not. For Wayno Indiana. Wimstt end to t by collection. A see urn Neo debts add examination o �titls�,&c., Indian. ,�?otoib.8niuhistor�, an Columbu tree to a nov.17,1849. Wow. Carson a a a at Lau fort Wayne Indiana. the courts o r thel3ln judicial circuit. Ind., and will Alio attend hit car. Mcdonald prof to or a Lavi .1 Williamt. Otto j Sam Elhanna Fortwayne. Hamilton Quot Samuell. Rogg Decatur. Office a on Clinton Street two Doe a Nort b of theban. F . At Tommy and Youmeller a t Lav and a mastering chancery. Fort Wayne Indiana. Office on i briefs ,juri.,./ihor��yani Counne Lenaia itty Foit Wayne lad. Will attend tothe collect Tion adjustment or securing of debts the payment o taxer Purchase Andrate of lands Aad examination of title Fin an part of Indiana i me hrs w. G. To. Quot . Quot 8. Hanna Quot Huish Mccullock Alfred Harrison Richards Dustin a w. Hyslop it it Alex. Kevant it tos. Jamie sob a a j. A . Orricer Cornero Saarland Sentinel office. _ Jya Isiash ii a a a in by Ami poetry. Jvette Strk. Cincinnati Ohio life the Mutual life insurance co. Of new York. Trinity building 111 Broadway. Ucol aces Mullins Cash Foj Nofs july 31 a i 1853 a Gusi ter Oak life insurance . 0apilal and surplus Over $300,003, medical notices. Or. C. S. Smith fort Wayne. Office on Calhoun Street recently occupied by drs Sturgis and Wood Worth under the Sentinel office. Fort Wayne july 7th. Y�?1 ,. Surgeon a physician. Office under the Odd fellow s Hall. Fort Wayne june 16th, 1854. P6m50 drs7o7& Maryf. Chollas. Office North West Corner of a n and Calhoun Strrett in i hopi ii Block Over Foellings s shoe store for r Wayne ind. Ti-41 or. Log us office on Corner main and Calhoun streets Oner r. Evans a pc fort Wayne sept. 19, 1853. Co a store. C. E. Tupper m. D., r Leun Jar signed agent for the above two most j in and responsible Lite insurance com Ian Erin the United states is prepared to receive Only cations for life insurance. Panpliiei3 containing Raes of Premium and in i a nations on Hift subject of life insurance May be lined Al the Elfije of the undersigned. J surgeon amp Oculi St. Quot it is no More the them ral duty of Man to provide Price Corner of Columbia and Calhoun. Streets Iho daily bread for ins family while to lives than i t Over g Wilson s store where he May to ground provide against their by inti left a penniless in the wishing his Aid in Medicine Iven Tot his v f Edgerton Jug i. A Xuy diseases of the Eye treated by the most a i Jet . 12th, paved practice. Fort Wayne july is. Insurance Suju a Riber having received the Agency of the i or. Woolworth a Iez tuai Luvata Ivcic Tuu Avn Tjas removed his offic. To his , in the 1. W xxx Corner of Clinton a d a Ayne streets directly of Hartford Connecticut j Bact i of the is presbyterian Chi Rich where he May Rda Rej to Issue policies on most favourable be Tounh when not engaged a. Termi. Fort Wayne feb. 23ih, 1854 34 raid company has a capital Stock of $300.000, All h o m up o p a t h y paid in and Well invested and ii one utile oldest and i to u m it. U f a j m i. Tuosto Sci possible companies my own fir Issleb. Let others seek for empty joy9, at Ball or concert rout or play whilst far from fashion a Idle noise. Her gild Iid domes and trappings Gay i while the wintry Ove a Aye twixt Book and Lute the hours Divide and Mai Val Bow i e or could stray from thee my own fireside my own fireside those single words can bid the sweetest dreams arise awaken feeling s ton Dorst chords. And All with tears of my Oyes what is there my wild heart can prize that doth not in thy sphere abide haunt of my Home bred sympathies. My own my own fires do a gentle form is near me now a Small White band is clasped in mine i gaze upon her Placid brow Aad ask what Joys Cau equal thine i a babe whose s Lulf divine in sleep his 8 eyes doth hide where May love seek a fitter shrine Thau thou my own fireside. What care i for the sullen Roar of winds without that ravage Earth it doth but bid me prize the More the a belter of thy hallowed Hearth to thoughts of quiet Bliss give birth then let the churlish tempest chide. It cannot Check the blameless mirth that glads my own fireside my Refuge a ver from the storm of this world s passion strife and care though to launder Clouds the sky deform the Iii fury cannot reach me there. There All is Cheerfull Calm and fair Wrath malice envy strife or Pride hath never made its hated Lair by thee my own fires do thy precincts Are a charming ring Shaio no harsh feeling dares intrude where lire s vexations lose Tefr Sling where even if is half subdued a place the Halcyon love. To Brood. Then let the pampered fool deride i la pay my debt of gratitude to theol my own fireside shrine of my household deities Fairi Icene of my Homo s uni Allied Joys to thee my burdened spirit Flics when Fortune from no or cure a oys thine is the Bliss that never Cloys the smile whose truth hair Oft been tried w hat Iutin Aie this world s tinsel toys toil Cen my own fireside of May the yearning fond and Sweet that bid my thoughts be All of thee. Thus Ever guide my wandering feet to thy heart soothing Sanctuary whate or my future years my be let or Gric my Fate betide but still an Eden Bright to me my own my own Fike Sidi the Sultan was so delighted with this merr duet that he made them repeat it Many times. At last As the were about to commence a fourth time having contrived to give to each other Many additional scraps of information he exclaimed Quot atop Quot he turned his face with such an awful frown on the lady that she also stopped Short in the Middle of the first note. Quot i understand nothing of this language Quot said he Quot but i perceive that each time you use a Fifer ent words. Madam you must not take it ill but the next evening the interpreter shall partake with me the Delight of hearing you. The lady and Benetto both suspected from this sudden change that the Sultan entertained some mistrust of them and the next song therefore was performed with More quavers than originally belonged to the composition. Benetto was Dis an a plucky present it is related in the Quot Ingoldsby legends Quot thai an old gentleman a merchant in Brush Lane London had an Only daughter possessed of the highest attractions moral personal and pecuniary. She was engaged and devotedly attached to a Young Man in her own rank of life and in every respect Well worthy of her Choice. All preliminaries were arranged and the marriage after two or three postponements was fixed Quot Posl Lively for the last time of marrying Quot to take place on tuesday april 15, 18�?. On the preceding monday the bridegroom elect who we to have received �10,000 Down on the wedding Day and the further sum of �30,000 on his father in Law s dying As there was Hope he soon would a had a Little jealous of Mongea to the composition senetto was Ais squabbling with his intended at an evening party missed without any Gold the Multan tending the Tiff Quot arose in consequence of his paying secretly on the Morrow to Reward him with two More attention than she thought justifiable to a a tale of the harem. A italian of the name of Benetto a florentine singing master was on Rispass Fogo to England when the vessel in which he sailed was Hundred strokes of the Castinado. Benetto however resolved to take advantage of the Cloudy night and soon succeeded in moving his tree ladder to the apartment of Angelena. He eagerly mounted and peeping in what was his horror on seeing a Lovely woman making most Earnest supplications Wither raised hands to two or three cruel moors who were about to place her in an enormous sack the Mouth of hic was gaping to receive her. Her Mouth was aged so that no cries could be uttered. The terrified Benetto was so horror struck that he scarcely knew How to descended his frail ladder. With a heavy heart he now placed his moans of escape against the Wall of the Garden next the water gained the top and with the assistance of a Long headed Hoe let himself crop on the ground on the opposite Side and made for the Landing place half considering whether he ought not in etiquette to drown himself and thus share the Fate of the unfortunate lady. Whilst he was thus wandering and reflecting the three Black slaves having tied up the lady in the seek repaired with their Burden As they were directed to a secluded part of the bosporus in order to place her in her last Bath with the greater privacy. Now it happened that there was a ship of War lying off at Anchor having brought out an ambassador to the Sublime Porte and some of the sailors and Junior officers desiring a frolic had put off and landed about the same spot. These Jovial Fellows encountering the Black slaves insisted upon knowing what they had in the sack and the fair Angelena though unable to cry out managed to move about so much that the sailors observed the motion and soon with great indignation discovered the nature of its contents. The cowardly Blacks not waiting for the buffets of a justly incensed company of tar took to their heels and were out of sight in an instant. The lady was speedily released in limbs As Well As Tongue and failed not to the latter most energetically in thanking her deliverers. They rowed Black to the ship where Angelena was treated with every kind of tenderness and attention. Bonetto had remained concealed near the lading place until the night was a Little further advanced. His thoughts still resting on the unfortunate lady and her Oriental Mode of death Tho Moon however suddenly appearing to Haugli sight of the English vessel and though scarcely believing Young lady with sparkling eyes and inimitable ringlets. The gentleman retorted and spoke Slig tingly of o certain Cousin whose Waistcoat was the admiration of the Assembly and which it was hinted darkly had been embroidered by the fair hand of the heiress in question. He added in conclusion that it would be time enough for him to be schooled when they were married that Reader Pardon the unavoidable expression a she was putting on the breeches a Little too soon Quot after supper both lovers had become More Cool iced Champagne and cold Chicken had done their work and leave was taken by the bridegroom in posse in kindly and affectionate if not in such enthusiastic terms As had previously terminated their meetings. On the next morning the Swain thought with some remorse on the angry feelings he had exhibited and the cutting sarcasm with which he had Given it vent and As a part of the amende honorable packed up with great care a magnificent Satin press which he had bespoke for his beloved and which had been sent Home to him in the interval and transmitted it to the lady with a note to the following effect Dearest i have been unable to close my eyes All night in consequence of thinking on our foolish misunderstanding last evening. Pray Pardon me and in Token of your forgiveness deign to accept Tia accompanying dress and a Cir it Tor the Sake of your Ever the new York quarrel a oaths Power. The debate in the new York legislature about Quot Sam Quot has been Sharp and stirring. With one or two exceptions All knew the old messes. Littlejohn Stebbins and Liegh Are honoured friends Quot of his a Ndu a therefore the Albany Register the Organ accuses them of perjury in supporting Seward. The first named gentleman ii speaker of Tho and replied to this charge �3 follows the speaker went on to say that something had been dropped in the course of the debate about a combination Between the Temperance men engaged in a great moral Reform and those who on this question sought to protect the Liberty of the country. He denied the such combination had been or could be made. Or. he had heard so and believed it. The speaker sir. This Rumor is a lie. A Lii use during which a voice heard Quot Clear the gallery j and sir Soiseth no Avassa d about party obligation that men were bound by party oaths under the dictation of party leaders. , i know no Leader and believe to Man on h s floor knows a Leader unless it May be those who themselves seek to direct an Ltd Diola e. A. parties there will be As Long As our institutions stand and party of blight on Are the results. To promote common views and principles men must act together and if a majority on this floor Are oppose to to Tho Extension of slavery Isay not its abolition and if that majority on this floor Art oppo a of to the Extension of slavery i say not its abolition and if that having written the note he gave it so his Shopman to deliver with the parcel but As a pair of his nether garments happened at Tho Timo to stand in need of repairing he availed himself of the Opportunity offered by his servant Havins to pass Tho tailors shop in his Way to Bash Lane and desired him to leave them packed in another parcel on his Road. The Reader foresees the inevitable contre Tumpf. Yes the Man made the fatal Blunder consigned the Satin Robes to or. Snip and left the note together with the dilapidated Hab aliments at the her indignation was their sentiments of Washington and Lel Syetta on the know nothing question. We invite attention to the following exam Chi from the writings of the illustrious Washington and the Gallant Lafayette. Democrats should preserve them for the perusal of their know nothing friends. In an address to the Sibolio of dated March 1790, Washington says Quot As Mankind become More Liberal they will be More Apt to allow that All those who cond at themselves As worthy Mem a is of the Community Are equally entitled to the Protection of civil government. I Hope Ever to see America an on the Foremost nations Iii examples of Jii Atice and liberality. And i presume that your fellow tits Zeimis will it it f i get the patriotic part which of took in Quot the accomplishment of their re Volu tit a and the of their government or the important assistance which they received from a nation in which the roman Catholic is a of Washington to Page 197. A the Irish volunteers Boer it the warmest thanks of America for their Pitri Ofish and i Hope their countrymen who have so Long struggled for Liberty will be hospitably id cordially received the bosom of America is open to receive not Only the opulent and respectable stranger but the oppressed ans persecuted of All nations and of All religions whom we shall Wel Cumie to a participation in All our rights and if Ashington. Quot the citizens of the United states of America have a right to applaud themselves for having Given to Mankind examples of an enlarged Ani Liberal policy a policy worthy of Imit to on. All possess alike i Bort of conscience and immunity of majority choose to p Ace a. I. Boward a rain inor. I to -4 j c. I. O 1. To. A 1 t of citizenship. It is now no More that toleration the United states Senate As Tho tried guardian a they should do deprive science reason and judgment ? where Power ? in his seat a you know. Gives to bigotry no Sanction to pcs cution no j assistance acquires Only that they who live under its Protection should Damean As Good citizens in giving it on All Occas on their of a a a , 1 1 Quot in Iliff la it Uil till u you not taken the oath ?. ,. Factual Quot a speaker speaking of oaths let to ask j Fjoy nor is an extract from a letter writ an oath taken to murder an Uther is that oath Lafayette to a gentleman in new York to be regarded an oath to violate a Man s Eon i is that o be kept ? pile up oath upon ,. of regard for my oath. Aye. Unto Btu heaven when Hap Pinol in Veur kind let they use fore with the die ates of my conscience it of the 15th ult. 1 beg to i to let a Assur i violate the oath. No oath can come betwee me and my maker. No oath can bind me to cd Are grateful to my feelings and i shall cherish. J 1. I i i the recollection of the Mauv services and and outrage my sense of night and duty Here or else i where. I Hope 1 am a have intended to be a j America As Man of principle. If in an evil hour by intrigue Renini sciences connect or management. I May have Boon betrayed into taking an oath in an uti guarded inn Keiit which sentiments 19 to die ate to to for All tune to come a political Devotion and attachment tour country and course that violates my Eon a Enco reason tests institutions. But 1 Usu to be Quot permitted to As Aud scouts its Bodin obligation. 1 Hope those the fears which in your patriotic who have taken these oaths will Rise like men Eal. Vou seem to it Oer the Liberty above them and act like Mon like american a of a states is destroyed it will let a by citizens Lalk about Ain can sin 1 he nos. Tion is one of slavery or free Lom. It is against one that we desire to Tance Ozmore than half a with the pro Konish priests Are certainly without any Shadow foundation whatever a intimate acquaint. R a. A t Iii eyes 8trippe<l off his jacket and turban and a broke off Tho match cd by the Superior Force of a turkish Galley. Poor i plunging into the water was not Long in joining elapsed Means were Benetto instead of making his Fortune in eng tie ship. It would not to easy to describe the cd with the history of residence of the lady. Neither to be described nor so exasperated was slavery or i she at what she considered a determined and 11� a of a a., Deliberato affront that when her admirer called election of i. Influential priests and members of she the door to be closed in face re i compared with this matter of America War fused to listen to any explanation and resolutely Moln Ericc 1 he matter sinks into Bisigni a Many had Heaney m the contrast. let us select a Mai land was put in chains on Board a turkish ship purchased by an agent of the Sultan of Constan transport he Felt m Hon he came on Board and discovered Angelena. Suffice it to say that the before Many weeks had Heaney in the contrast let us select a Man a to apprehensions of danger to your Republic curve Fui ind to make her acquaint United states Sena e who institutions from that Quarter. F the of actionable present a intellect and grasp enough to take All these j a i. U Iii emotions Aud Olio so question it not limited to Ruinen s Rifi hts in Neir iia sinople and placed to work As an assistant in their hip setting sail immediately for Englund during Garden of the Serago. Many of his companions the passage the liberated songsters agreed to i rest upon her. But Sho nevertheless adhered firmly to her resolve. Deeply lamenting the misadventure but determined not to let the Burthen of the Riili ulc fared much worse exchanging one bad master after another until their condition was most de perform a matrimonial duet for life and a very Var it Niru ii inf a if Una i if air it off a Vii Cbill it to Fayae oct. 30, 1851. Protection fire Marine insurance company of Hartford Conn. Capital Stock $300, 00. A me undersigned agent of this old and Well known i co spiny is fully Aai Horison to insure d Elliot few stores a Lozieh Mius a Lanuti Cories litres 3c,t. Also Ali ushold furniture and Livoda a fatty and merchandise contained and stored therein l�s8 on by Mihic books and Slali onery. I l Hill has received his Spring and summer Supply 0� books and stationery and has now on hand the heti Stock Ever offered Lor Saie in this Market. Ii consists of i of every description used in this Vicinity and offers i them at wholesale or retail. Country merchants will do As Well to buy of him of to go East. Law keeps a general assortment of Standard Law books and has facilities for ordering anything in this line that May be wanted. A1�3, dry goods groceries Manefa cured goods produce i household furniture live Stock a id every to uord�ieriptionofmerctiandiscorper8onalpraperty, dipped or to be shipped or Good Steamboat or boats to Arihara Points on the Western Waters or Between j a a decal books every thing in the Murdica Kasurin Citira via lakes or other Inland routes Ana i Une of a Standard character can be had Al Hill s Book a y to we in in Western country against the Liz a ads of g Ini and t 11 a n s p o r t a t i o n1 miscellaneous full Supply of Ian a ii Omen to of goods wares and m Chandise All standards works together with All t in Standard a a or Good vessel or vessel is Between new of Jan Sand poets Are kept Constantis on hand and new my Eccl were for Liberty and As this appeared unattainable to at length dug and watered his plants very contentedly oftentimes beguiling himself by singing in a truly melodious voice the airs he had hoped to turn to a very different now it Haf opened that these Sweet strains found their Way through the windows of Tho harem and the sultanas soon discovered that they proceeded from no Nightingal though equalling in Beauty the song of that Bird. One of the fair a prisoners was singularly affected by the Breeze through the jealously guarded lattices. Alas they reminded her of Italy the and she could not refrain from Jii motions Aud whose test Ion it not limited toll Linen Sright Sini a a one. Caroline s. Freeman of Manchester new Llanier this is Good. But or. Speaker Litlejohn of Shire avows that she has certain Inalie Ual o ter All did not present the View. The rights notwithstanding she was not born a Boyne ulers of the know nothings Are they who have baby and among others the right to seek 0 among the passengers who arrived Here broken the oath they Are the betrays. They Well As accept n husband Sho concludes her to declaration of Ludepen Deuce As follows privileges on the other f others of my own sex test. And i am Atli in their behalf to dts Pany of which m. Consider ant is the head Al Breakers for a coarse selfish object they Sac Clare that on Ami after Ith of july a. P. A inf words do not Cost much ready amounts to about a million of dollars and re tired alike duty principle i t them we proclaim and put i it a to the world our they never Blister the Tongue or lips. And we that some hundreds of French Liel Glan and stand Forth then As the men who purged tiie Independence Froid All such cruel and Unchis Havo never heard of any mental trouble arising Cerman agriculturists and mechanics May be oth of its purpose for it was taken to re it is de Tian restriction. this is to give timely not be gentle Ign with Nevi excluded of and temperate habits in this City that improve the few remaining months to Wantage fur fior the incoming of soft a bids Sotton our own soul. Angry company have bought Lan Swo arc not informed Cleveland Leader the immortal fourth we the Iru King sisterhood Are fuel to the flames of Wrath and make it Bla but m. Cant Aga their agent. Has Scitem Poris Between naw Orleans and other Gulf .rt3-Between All Ain Eriean ports and Engliski or e in Jean ports or to any maritime ports Itiat Soever i lbs Atlantic Waters a a inst the i evils of the seas. For to Soma also pamphlets containing i tier , apply to a join Houg Nira ont Protection Laurance comply. F.-tw7ne,Jin. 16, 1850. _ a r t o r n a y a a t Law a Ninde l. Actor and Cal is Luik at Law , Indiana Orner of Mam i. Calhoun streets. \ -26 do. C his office on a Alouin treat. 1 to Irr. U iri���rvice8 will meet with prompt Attencio i igneous books Are received As soon As published. Paper. French Enesh and american Cap and letter i paper Worth from one Dollar and fifty cents to five dollars or Ream. Bill paper. Wrapping paper printing and hardware paper he has always for Sale. He has also just received a Large lot of fancy articles such As Fine Rosewood and mahogany writing desks pure bios card cases ladies portion aids Anc gent t travelling cases together with the most Beautiful articles of All which the ladies Are requested to Lake particular notice of Viz a a splendid lot of ladies Cabas of the infest and mos fashionable style. Piper Flannings. He keeps the beat Stock of l Ope hangings Windom shades and fire Board prints n the place. May 2ih. Tf8 will a>1 . 1 u Rori . 1847. He Hough or. Houg h s6 Jone cell Mellora at f jut w a one ikd., i it thrill attend to All Legal by amp inces entrusted to in Itier care and will give special attention to he Coll Ctina and securing of d�bi6 throughout the references. V Iea Wayne. , Vav. T amp vivid Leay to no pfc . Taylor amp msgr Vot a so jo.,0levclnnd. , co. Cincinnati. Stoddard amp Lover Iii. Mcnowellfcij4y, Wood Ltd a it Bot Bullini fair borne a a c. Cask. Pc French. I i or \n.lrcw8& co it a i a Tweed amp co., a a Rilke icon be co., Buffalo Fly wird amp Nof e. J. L. Wouden Worden amp care attorneys ajl it a tie s w. Corner of Public Square Over reer office a l9t, 1853. Fort Joseph k. Edge Eta it. Attorney amp Coli no a Llor at Siuw Laniz amp collection agent. Fort Wayne Atrill practice in the state and Federal courts i f Ani five special attention to Lind ask cites a litha securing and Colic thai of veils in any Parton i Liia la. References . Nii Ilea work pc Moore John 8ward, co. Tweeds Vio Olton k. Plimpt a a Boyatt ii yep big. Clark it work. 8tedaian,maynar4ae co. V <1. 4. Brown . Allan Hamilton i a Meca Loeh Tark. Cincinnati. To ten. Fart Trmina. A pc Llareli 7 t. The Best Young country. Hyson into j. Pc c. 0rff. Tutill deliver All goods bought Emporium a Tony parted the City free . Go nil runs South tide of Columbia St., three doors rat of Clinton. 5m1th amp co., Rifle and pistol manufacturers dealers in double and single barrel shot guns revolvers an 1 other pistols powder shot and Caps guns neatly repaired. Gunsmiths furnished with materials a xxv i rices. Store on South Side Columbia Street three door East of Clinton. 3r increased twist target is Inlet made to order warranted to perform according to the annexed scale at 100 Yards an average of 1 Inch each shot. 200 Quot Quot 2 300 Quot Quot i 4ui Quot a amp co. Aag. 57. A be the More fiercely. Kind words make other people Good natured land of her birth i cold words freeze people and hot words scorch of so Many industrious and worthy peo replying to them them and bitter and wrathful studs make them the population of the state will to an eve in a Canzone so exquisitely plaintive that the wrathful. A m a i listeners though in narc of the meaning of Tho been in the in addition pie to out in consider ant is known As the Texas for Somo time on that business vestment of so much capital Ami Tho Bridge i Cross it s ins a ? the Honor of first spa Nitin Fath or of Waters with a Brid Iier and yester of Manchester will show what woman can do to Minnesota this great heretofore restricted Commerce of love the mighty by Gallantine around a South making dec Ai actions Aad t should have Bat one Givon Nanu and when they marry should retain to luvs Maiden name As a Middle name. This is the a january 28th this event was it berated in her history. M. Consider ant is known As the j a a i in i cent style by the citizens of St. Anti oily there is such a Rush of All other kinds of Leader in Europe of that class of socialists who Minneapolis on the occasion of the opening words were melted into tears. Benetto bearing words in our Daj a that it seems Desri Pablo to adopt the system of Fourier and we believe pro of the Bridge to the an event car a noun the so lety of friends and Weie this unexpected answer to his strains Drew near give kind words and spiteful words and silly poses to introduce some associative features Tito Tamly deserved a Celebration a it the hands of r to the window and recognized the song As one of words and boisterous words and warlike words the management of this Colony such for inst iwo i those who arc so much Boneli Ted by the ,.hatii-the composition of his beloved Italy and his kind words also produce their own image on As buying All necessaries at wholesale and furn Al skill d splayed in the erection of the Bridge heart forthwith began to ache More seriously men s souls. And a Beautiful Mage it is they Ishing them to individuals at Cost providing medi a although the missis sip i in its course Between Quot a a j _ f. Cal attendance at the Public expense maintain a Xvi Minnesota and the Gulf laves the Bank of Nin Quot than it had Ever done since he had been a Capi soothe and quiet and Comfort Tho heart. They Tive. Here was Oue person at any rate who shame him of his sour morose unkind feelings. Could take part in a duct with him that was. Be Consolation but How should he contrive to Courtesy Ufa t was stated m Tho Salem meet and arrange the concert ? the Sultan spar Register that a living Bear was left on Board the cd him All trouble for chancing to have Over a p favorite wrecked near Baker s Island when heard the exquisite singing of Benetto. Though the Crew abandoned her. The Bear during the not Tho reply he had a mind to enjoy it nearer. Passage had exhibited those a amiable traits of and sent a slave to fetch Benetto into an a til character which have become proverbial but his chamber. This was separated from the apart instinct soon discovered that the pounding of the ment of the ladies by a Silken curtain and he a p Quot a Quot Quot rocks which caused such a Lively was desired to sing one of his Best songs. The commotion among the ship s company threaten Suhan who happened to have a grate taste for cd danger of total destruction to Hin self although mus a was delighted with Tho performance and a passenger and heretofore presumptuous of that spoke of it in High terms to the fair Angelena distinction. He immediately began to coax and who. As she was the last arrival was just then of i it Fly the seamen in the Lupe of indic no them the reigning favorite. She joined in the opinion to suffer him to join them m any Mode of ext an said she thought if his majesty would allow eating themselves from the appalling danger but her to hear the song twice or thrice she could they were forced to leave to his Unco fort manage to learn it far his gratification. The Able reflections on Board the wrecked ship. Sultan directed Benetto to do this and As the ing common schools regulating amusements prosperous and nighty . Yet to a territory and other things of that Kin but we believe it j of the Union almost i Thant capital but Cor is not proposed to attempt any application of tally tit without Energy a Rev Brauc Quot and Fourier s Industrial organisation until a later mechanical skill Appertain it until a period. M. Consider ant is accompanied with the members of his y. Tribune. Enslavement of from Yucatan state that on the 21st of december there were in prison at forty julians awaiting shipment on Board the mexican Shooner Jacinto Abr Havana where they where to be sold As slaves and that one Hundred and fifty More Wen in prison at Merida. And expected to arrive at sisal to be Fhi cd for Cuba on Board the Brig Anton 1-ta. The sum received by the mexican government for the Sale of two Hundred ind , 20.000. As Aji pears by an official Ord a f in the Secretary off a reign relations in which it oui in direct eur a Euttu to to tm., Ana As the when capt , of the Steamer r. B. For appears that the fair Angelena was an improve feature she changed Les boarded the ship late in the afternoon. Bru rebellious and the words for some expression of her desire to i Quot Vosco to be very civil and in Han a Trio dullness of the harem the wheedling Way Laid his Paw upon his shoulder averting that they were , and took no rep As gently As was consistent with a Walt to come his docility led to his being kindly treat change the dullness of the harem for fair Florence of her youth. Benetto Liedwith equal readiness begging her a i r despond that she should one Day by his help fee de. And he was brought to this City by capt. The City of her desires. The Sultan not under adv Riser. Standing italian was so much pleased with the it nday night the school performance that he conferred a purse of Gold osweg5 Road about one mile on the Gardener and commanded his attendant a a a a the be on the following night the next Day Bench a for All to seriously complained to the superintendent of precautions had been taken to guard the Royal pleasure grounds that a Par Cular fir a a it Uchan event circumstances Lio Wever tree was of an obnoxious kind causing the shrubs was common la to Wither under its Shade Drunken loafers who had chosen it it is Quot said he bout question the deadly one or two empty i Pas. It any of the iad is of the Larem should Tiruhi twin Nii ii of by Chance fall asleep under its Shade i doubt not it would be As fatal As Tho tree of knowledge Cash crockery . A Lould a a. , no. 19b, Pearl sir i one door Balow Maiden Lane new York. China Glass and earthenware of every description at prices ten per cent below any credit in the City by the Pucka go. Or re y carefully re packed Lor the county 1 sri particular a mention Given to orders by mail. 3 to piano stools. Tu8t re be it a at Hill s piano Forte were room a i another Large lot of it Enofio of Oil Dee Crip Tiona. Will be a a id a Fow m pm a bout n Nettir a was to their the superintendent remarked Quot that it had grown there timeout of mind without causing injury but Benetto if it it so pleases thee to trouble thyself Cut it Down so Benetto did this As fast As he conveniently could and lopping off the Leafy branches he left stump Here and then threw it carelessly in the Comer of the Garden that evening Benetto again attended on his ro3 Al master and began the air of the night preceding to which the fair Angelena again responded. Quot i have been thinking Quot said the Sultan suddenly Quot that i will Havo a a Fery Benotto hastened to comply and chanting a Lively Canzone informed the lady that though there were no Rop ladders to be had still a Putty tree with Many Branch might be Laid against a High Wall and if placed against a lady s prison a vision of an Angel might descend Llie lady responds in the same Canzone Hei Delight and feeling already Uke a Bird with part in the War. From the spirit f i lowing in reported As a True message trom a certain now in the spirit world As we have icon told rapper John Jones spirit of John Jones answers two raps. you Happy Sves. In All but one thing. is that left the world without calling on the Printer As 1 prom Sei. Of if i could i turn to the Earth 1 would do r do what the humor of first a a bridging Quot his Noble Stream with a Magn Lucent Structure equalling in Beauty strength Ami durability any suspension Bridge in the country. Tiie work consists of a wire suspension bold Jlia of one Span of <�30 it and 17 feet Width of Roa Ltd Way connecting to e Western Bank of tin River with Nic Oviett Island about 100 Yards above the first break of its Waters into rapids Al avg the Roadway of the Bridge is Laid with White juice pank it poked longitudinally. And breaking joints w the the Lionor bims. In uder to d Ninish the vibratory Ino Tiou in this plat Furini. A truss is placed on either Side consisting of heavy plecs of Timber. The Roadway is supported by Tho Cable with suspending cables mail into skeins of such length As to c it a e Jenl with the curvature of the Man cables a the suspenders each of sixteen Strals no. 10 hard drawn wire. The Are fastened under the beams by Small cast no. The main cables two on each Side of the Bridge Havo Vert Cal Dei Keetion they Are composed of two thousand Stranius no. 10 hard drawn wire. The cables Are c of Ely wrapped their on Tiro length with no. Annea Leil wire. All of the wire i prepared to Corros on by Beng immersed in linseed Oil at about half its boiling temperature. The cables arc suit posted by wooden towers built in the most Dii Rable Mamm. The Timber. It which Thev Are to ther t generally adopted it would have Many avati to quote i. W e should know at once on seeing n lady s name whether be was married or slug and if the . What the name of her family Walt. And it is farther to be considered that the adoption of this Rule of hut a single first name for Quot a re a would out ail end forever to the whole Brood of Kina Moi Vondas and Uphemia Helen Laura. Ami a style of nomenclature which is thou Glit by most persons to be ridiculous m the extreme. A Young clerical Trentleman relates the follow ing anecdote of a dutch old fellow was about to commence spiritual exercises one Cvenic. When to his being a Little near sighted was a the d m hot of a country after Clearing his Throat and giving out the hymn Prefa Tritty with the Ait ology that i Lii a i a i it of mine Eyra Are dim i a act i Iti a Lisle hymn. The Eliu k s i i Quot song it was the first stanza of the hymn stuck up to the tune of common metre. The old below. Taken somewhat Aback by this turn of affairs corrected the mistake by saying Iii nut mean to sing dish Hon n 1 a Illy meant Muir Yea Iafa dim. Titer clerk still thinking it a combination of the Couplet finished in the preceding Strain. The old Man at this waxed Wroth and Eju Cla at the top of his voice i Diuk it i boil s in you adj it Aiva ii no hymn to Sinie at nil. Bottles were found near the smouldering ruins the succeeding morning which is conclusive evidence that Captain alcohol filled a part in the offence p. S. Since the above was put in Type we no placed in Possession of information which is sufficient to convince us that the know Knol hings were the immediate cause of the fire. It appears that a meeting of this order had been called and this chosen a a place of a Assembly. After the meeting had assembled and general matters disposed of it was ascertained that a son of a foreign born citizen had aided in its construction when it was decreed that it should fall and it was consigned to the flames. It is also presumed that the contents of the bottles Folind had been imbibed to Render them More fit for the patriotic work of burning school houses a Whitley Pioneer. Never attempt to drive religion or virtue into men. If they wont take the institution in the regular Way depot upon i that it will do him 00 More Good Tolian to preach metaphysics to b cooking stove or Plain clothes for a girl that goes in for we fashions. By heavy East ups. The m Ison a upon the s Call on the poor a Printer Quot and him j t we s i Ost is if Een feet in Heij it. The lower but it is entire too late. A. T of the towers Are to Eric As toll them four dollars but it is entire y r no Send a Mes age to your once f my wife to pay it for you and then you will be Happy . Yes Tell her if she Wilshe. To enjoy internal happiness to go at one and d Sharge that debt and everlasting Bliss is mine. R.�?1 will do As you bid me. Political Pensilva Nian says a a from All quarters of the Union we hear of Parsons quitting the pulpit to dabble in the stagnant Pool of ,&Quot and Ades Quot a political Clergyman is the Devil s own Vic Gerent and will doubtless receive a proper Reward from a generous master who upon one Oce Assion attempted to a Ive away Tho whole world when not one Inch of ground ims Hongslo we will not undertake to say whether at the present time Tho ministry 5� Over crowded or Tho la to have failed to present their usual number of candidates for of Bce but since the Advent of know nothing ism Tho fact is As palpable As it is lamentable that too Many of Theel Ergy Are More Toni inc to consult the views of nominating Council than the spiritual Hster Ost of their flocks. A t of the Oweis Are Kiouses. Thi an Horage f r Theab is of a Ned by drilling through a s rupture of Limestone rocks 10 feet in thickness and paving links of i j Inch Square icon through them in c is Iron plates weighing in the aggregate some six tons. To the up in series of links a sing through the Roc there will be placed a bar of 3 Inch round Iron and this retains in position a Sec Ted series of links and a third series is in like manner at it Tal lied to . To the a the the Miles of the cables will to connected. All of this Iron is embedded in Minnie Ota Democrat Quot fou i n shave coloured of to a Frederick Western Elt lit rays a Quot a w a Tei s hed room w to inuit a stove or a Rosy Ckeek a w be is awful. If bachelors Are Ever to be pit tied it is in Winter when the thermometer Falls below Zero and Frozen feet kept him awake half Tho n-bt.&Quot in these . What would tha edit it in think of a Summers n get 100 degrees Iii the Shade what about the stove and Rose Hocek de wife _ cure for cart a Mich r Publ can says a lady visited our family a few Days since and stated that her daughter had the Erysipelas cult had. We called to mind the remedy re of mended by a new Haven editor. Rev a Nung Homo in the evening she found the did a of was spread no . And Quot had assumed a Friglet Ful appearance. She immediately App bed a poultice made of cranberries which seemed to arrest it at once and the second poultice effected a Complete cure. If any person wishes to know the paty they can inquire at our to it a i will beg Auto that alcohol will Wash kid gloves if All Dong As delivered one of his lectures last week Colars without e ther Stan no ,me., morning afterwards an unpleasant odor Almut them. Stepped into the Harbor shop of a or. Bunker an drawn us it on the a and careful n Beth Topian with a slight european Alloy m his bed with a piece of clean White Rita Newet i h blood who absolutely refused to shave Hon. As alcohol until the soil w removed then hang up to it was against the rules of the establishment to shave coloured gentlemen Fred left m a very wrathful mood. Dry afterwards slightly etre Ched. When the or Ignal color reappears. This we have Felt m one who has Rich it

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