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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - May 15, 1858, Indianapolis, IndianaJux der harkne9s, vol Xiv. Quot the chariots shall rage in the streets they shall seem like torches they shall run like the lightning a , 4. Frt Ntelis and , ind. Saturday May 51, 1858. No. 13. Tsi e v i printed and published every saturday by elder amp Hakk Nesb at tilth b�o11 a a cd it of Roll a . Intros poll in Quot of Pilto the pet office. Bult Oun Dollar a Voss. Twenty Llvy Fiatt to hire a. Ill to Plant in one mls arc a for a be Joor Kio Timur to to a a a ter. L .>u.r., fr7 in a / a no paper will be a opt of toll Peid it Ami no ���ir�h1boconilnnoil after Lio to a Zzz or Ros tin to null of soon Lar .tth.eribor. Evn knot Logout o Bon they ene a la rss Oso Quot a Rod is Ali or paper mod Luz u a a a a a a up it or tool until lbs ibo Crl it icon to r�04w�d. T k r w a or week.0.50 a a a for each cum i font iuiortlon.05 a a a for three a a a a a a a for in month. í5 to 4s for one yrs a. 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One a bold a a that a Tern patriarch of old of one a faithful and a True a fainting lame i Ever know of one who come to Arlve up Light win Conns in cheer and Lucaa our Light with a Jyh t inf Sci who a Lento a Bine Man Diamond from Golconda a mine with glue of a which a Oak a a the Power to Light and me to Darf Ceat hours Cryatal. Which make the do my it pique All Plain alike to youth or age. Us Holch clip the Wirtz of time and pain. And make the dim Kyc Bright again. His in no talk of a mgr amp to plug jew devoid of All that Quot Good and ten who a forme a Upp Lea Una want of a Alna whom ouly aim la Petty gain hot with re who ii it. Teal and a kill with Balay latin and a tar neat will. To Aea Tlora bin Vainga far and wide. And Guthra Friend on every aided proclaiming loud to 11 menu kind. You need no longer a on to Blind Quot my has. Of Alcuin. So. H what Wodahl Notor. Street. J. A it i vet it tin Blind a Hamila Turco 3 Square Sori of court Huwae. On Alabama rent. Koupa con Stanlly on hand Blind for dwelling hoi a a a. And also make to order Hll Nwafor Public or private . , agent to a Vij a Tolan Hund on Meridian st., near the pop i office at lain furl tire Wogomom. Lantell f. M. w c. amp Cox. i do Psi Oil. Law i Cru Ivory a in incr flood Fiur tobacco Fulgar see., Sec. Oam pounded Willi a to and a from pure Muti Vlnar. To it so. 1h East Wash i sotos st. A Biff Lily 1s01aspo1.18 1xd. To ii s k a 1.0 Kos Accorsi Feii Cah Kiac tit a inc cry co Voyad to and from ibo depot for a no train by Larlas order at Law Rusck 4 a Littsky st a . Or tub 14 or the Palrei not a. J�nrc-9m Indiana Poisl Ltd. To kk8 Pic nature a i returning Hla Thanka to the liable Ami Genll Rentt of thl place and Vicinity Lor their vory Liberal patronage and a till to Iea to meet the aug a Confidence be by a ranged a Inen he commenced the practice of Hla prof Aalon Iii Titran Pantla. Artig rpt Teeth from Ono to a full it Imer ted on Platina Gold or Sliver. Paru Eular attn Tun Given to regulating cleaning and extracting Teeth. Kill tar Given when required. All work warranted and charge Recua Onate. Office 2d a Torr Fletcher a a we Nlle it a Block. No. It Kaat was Hinr Ltd a a treat. Oct. 94-tf i. R. Tit Iris a a of Leonitu. J. A. Usu or Iii and ordain rental Nar Oery. The undersigned have Aat Alfahed the Maclac in the Nury a cry Bua Lnch on the Well known Nursery Gromada formerly of by Aaron Aldredge a few Rod Teal of the corporation Une Indian Upolu. We Bevc in hand a general mar until of fruit ire a of Hrh a Are beat adapted to our Golf and al Tonata. The Teea Aro of the re by beat Quality. Ale every line atm of ornamental shr Hubery. A we arc now Reudy to All All orders promptly. Add Reta. 1 Hill gg1.drmith a co. Nov7-v�7�tf Inglat Rapolla in to Young men if you wish to a Quick a Complete sowl Edge Lbook err Lnu in Ull Ita bran chef Allenl a1ktilf. Oullc6e, at incl Alapoti where each Atud Eutis drilled at la Deak step by a ten. Until he has Man Rod the entire routine of an act a mutant Titi a and u Hilly taking charge of any set of Hooka rep tag ave Niue Haa commenced. If you Wlsh to Romp be a Ron. This Winter you a Toubl enter a non. A a it i arli Cultra. Addres a the Pron a toil ��17-Ly j. C. Fund is ind1�i,a>oll�. few Ltd to oct. Eri Tuku. Lock. A Rance agents . and a Merit Lloud to Cotef it Filoi a store Odin Supolik is Dias a. Ham Tuohi isl Kam k co., of Harl for Lonn. Sett a wit. 7f of Ciao co. Of sow York. Sott a atoll Tojiki 00 re mix co., of liar Foril conn., sri link ww.1tj m str nor a Union Ina Aranco co of Lhnn. Puna., a. _. So a��tt., is vhf Fira Tau Laura co., of Hiir Pfohl. Conn.,Sott am ska to o w bal Lana life co., of moa�., p. A is a a a Rte. Tjw f. R a a try no a tin latin inure co., of Hart nol conn., in a. �?�j7 1-y sett , �bs.t08 jul a n is in of a. Lara la. T a of t ii r is a i b l k w to it k 11 Kevy a a ski 11 11,11, Wool Nan and Kelsall tidal Era in italian and american Marble Ert Dlapa st oppor the the Pott office. Lala Napouk ind. A of a r to a of Martin d a elected with great care Quot Aird i Aupp Flor Lomonof a Butk any where. Tiv Jaq it ohm who we to Purchase Choice kind Are in in bed to a a i our work. Order to any at Trot. A no for any kind required will he f in thed on a Ion notice. All work oae outed lathe hot of War a a Lantka. And of lha mail approved order v a a a a Tala. Noun menu a rave i onry a it 1 a my a Era to blk i Ops. Efu Tillea. A. Con Tau 7 to hand of Farsi rhed to order. A we a pm of a nne Wallag anything in our line will and Uto Itter 1�it�r�i to give a a a a All of Teford per Chateng a Etayem tvs Rop kit mtg p. O. May it of dues in to a Rin \ d. / the perils of the Border. While rending recently Tut account of the frightful Miu Nerc of fever no White Tamilio by Ibe Lik coot indians we Werc reminded of n thrilling event which occurred in the wild West Quot a Ali ort time a Uble a deut to the revolution in Weikh a highly a coup lured Young lady the daughter of a of flier of the american army played an ii i rant part. _ the Story being of a Moat thrilling nature and exhibiting in n striking manner the a a peril of Tjie Bonier a we have concluded to give an extract from it at originally Publ hed at follow a the Angle on tote right Bank of the great Kanawha formed by in Junction with the Ohio is called Point plea aut and a a a Piare of Hiat Urical note. Here of the 10th of out old a 1774, during Liat is known Tut in try Dunmore to War. Wan fought one of the in Rcck to and Matt desperate Irattle Liat Ever took plate Between he Virgi Ninni and their foe. Afler the Battle in i Uez ton in which the indians were Defeated with Cecal loss a fort was Here erected by tie victors which became a Stoat of great Inirio Truee Lirou ghost the sanguinary scenes of strife which almost inuit Diatel followed until which in this Section of the country were Conti Uund Lor Many years Etlor that of it Capo which acknowledged the United colonies of America a free Ami Indeli and ent nation. At the Landing of the fort on the Day Nur Story opens was fastened a that bout of the kind used by the Early Touvi gators of the Western Rivers. Upon the deck of this boat at the moment we present the scene to the Reader stood five individuals alike engaged in watching n group of persons mostly females who were slowly Appi Oarling the Landing. Of these live one was a Stout sleek negro in Nir tial livery and evidently a House or body servant to lire were Hatinen and Borderers As indicated by their rough bronzed visages and coarse attire but the fifth was n Young Man. Somo two and Twenty years of age of a Fine commanding Renwu and a Clear open intelligent countenance and in thu lofty Carriage of Luis head in the gleam of Luis Large Bright Lutzel Eye there was something which denoted one of Superior to Niue but As we shall have occasion in the course of our a native to full Sot Forth who and Flint Eugene Fairfax wus we will leave him for the present and turn to the approaching group whom he seemed to be regarding with Lively interest of this group composed of a Middle aged Man and four female with a Block female servant following some five or six sores in the Rorar there was one whom the most casual Eye would have singled ont Anil rested upon with pleasure. The lady in question was apparently about Twenty years of age of a slender anti Graceful figure and of Liat Peculiar cast of feature which besides being Beautiful in every linear edit Randy fails to of text the beholder with something like a Charm. Her travelling costume a Fine Brown habit High in the neck buttoned closely Over the bosom and coming Down to Lior Small pretty feet without trailing on the ground was both neat and becoming and with her rid tug eap and in waiving Ostrich plume set gaily above her towing curls her appearance contrasted forcibly with the rough unpolished looks of those of her sex beside her with their Liti Scy bed gowns Scarlet to Nigel petticoats and bleached Linen Caps. A a of Blanche a said one of thu More venerable of her female companions pursuing a conversation which Lead been maintained since quitting thu open fort behind them a i cannot Bear to let you go for it just seems to me As if something were going to Hap a n to and when i l cel that Way Audi Elsing generally a a Well returned Blanche with a Light laugh a i do not doubt in the least that something will tiap pen for i expect one of these Days to reach my dear lather and blessed Mother and give them such an embrace As is due from a Dutiful daughter to her parents a and that will be something Liat has not Hap it a cd for two Long years at a but i Don t mean that Blanche a returned the other somewhat petulantly a and you just laugh like a Gay and thoughtless girl when you ought to be serious. Because vote have come Sale thus tar through a partially settled country you think per taps your own pretty face will Ward off danger in the More perilous wilderness but i warn you that a fearful journey is before you 1 scarcely a boat discern a a the Ohio that docs not encounter More or less peril from thu Savages that prowl along either store and some of them that go Down freighted with human life Are heard of no More and none Ever return to Tell the a a but Why repeat this to me dear aunt Quot returned Blanche with a store serious air a when you know it is my destiny either Good or bad to attempt the voyage ? my Jia rents have sent for me to join them in their new Home and it is my duty to go to them be the peril what it a you never did know what it was to fear 1�?� pursued the Good woman rather proudly. A a no Quot she repeated turning to the others a Blanc he Bertrand never did know what it was to fear i believe a a just like her lather a joined in the husband of the Matron the brother of Blanche s Mother the commander of the station and the Middle aged gentleman mentioned As one of the party a a True daughter of a True Soldier. Her father. Colonel Philip Bertrand god bless him for n True heart never did seem to know what it was to fear and Blanche is just like by this time the parties had reached the boat and the Young Man already described Eugene Fairfax the Secretary of Blanche s father it once stepped Forward and in a polite and deferential manner offered his hand to the different females to assist them on Ivord. The hand of Blanche was the last to touch his and then but slightly a she sprung quickly Ami lightly to the deck nut a close lower Var might have detected the slight flush which mantled his Noble expressive features As his Eye for a single instant met tiers. She might herself have Sean it perhaps she did but there was no Corres bonding glow on her own Bright pretty face As she inquired in the Calm dignified tone of one having the right to put the question. And who might also have been aware of the Ine 3uality of a edtion Between herself and him she and Rea Ltd a a Eugene is everything prepared for oar departure ? it will not do for our boat to Spring a leak again As it did coming Down the Kann what for it will not be Safe for us i am told to touch either Shore Between the different forts and trading Nous on our route this Side of our destination a the Falls of the a a no. Indeed i Quot rejoined her aunt quickly a it will be As much As your lives Are Worth to venture a foot front the main current of the Ohio for news reached a it Only the other Day that Many boats had been attacked this Spring and several lost with All on a no one feels More concerned about the Safe passage of miss Bertrand than myself a replied Eugene in a deferential tone. A and since our Arivel Here i have left nothing undone Liat 1 bought might possibly add to her Security and Comfort a _ Quot Liat is Tuc to or it ers Oua knowledge a joined in the Uncle of Blanche a and i thank vote or. Fairfax in behalf of my a a or Kinswoman. T Berc will perhaps a he pursued a be no great danger so Long As you keep in the current hut your watch must not to neglected for a single moment either night or Day and do not i most solely charge and warn you. Under any circumstances or on any pretence whatever suffer yourselves to by decoded to either Shore a a a i Hope we understand on duty better said Ono of the men res Leo fully. A a i doubt it not a replied the co Matuu a of the Point a i believe you Are All faithful and True men or vote would not have been selected by the agent of colonel Bertrand for taking Down More precious freight than you Ever carried before it still the Wisest and Tho Best of men have lost their lives by giving car to the Moat Earnest appeals of humanity. You understand Liat 1 mean White in the greatest distress Wilt Hail your boat represent themselves As having just escaped from tin indians and beg of you for tie love of god in the most piteous tones to come to their Relief hut turn a Deal ear to them to each and All of them even should you know tote leaders to be of your own Kin for in such a cose your own brother might deceive you nor wilfully Ond voluntarily perhaps but because of being goaded on by the Savages themselves concealed. Yes such things have been known As one Friend being this used to lure another to his destruction Anil so he Emilious vigilant a Nave and True and inv the Good god keep you nil from a Annly As he finished speaking. Blanche proceeded to take an affectionate leave of All receiving Many a tender message for her parents from those who held them in love and veneration until the boat Strung out and began to float Down with the current now fairly entered to Jon the most dangerous portion of a Long and perilous journey. The father of Blanche colonel Philip Bertrand was a native of Virginia and a descendant of one of the Huguenot refugees who fled from their native Laud after the revocation of the edict of Nant in la Sis. He Tail been an officer of some note during the revolution a warm political and i Sonny Friend of the author of the declaration of Independence and a gentleman who Hill always stood High in the esteem of his associate and . Though at one time a Man of wealth colonel Bertrand Lead lost much and suffered much through British invasion and when shortly after the close of the War he met a been Fain to accept a Grant of land near Tho Falls of the Ohio now Louisville tendered him by Virginia which then had jurisdiction Over tie entire territory now constituting the state of Kentucky. The Grant Hail derided the colonel upon seeking his new possessions and building up a new borne in the then far West and As his wife had insisted upon accompanying him on his first tour he Hail assented to her de ire on condition Turnt Blanche should lie left among her friends till such time a a place could he prepared which might in some degree be considered a fit Node for one to carefully and tenderly reared. Blanche would gladly have me with her Parent hut on this Point tier father Lead been inexorable declaring that she would have to remain at the East till he should see. to Send for her and As he was a Man of positive character and a rigid disciplinarian tote mutter had been settled without argument. When colonel Bertrand removed to the West Eugene Fairfax As we i ave seen accompanied him Ami coming of age shortly after he and accepted the Liberal offer of Bis remain with him in the capacity of private Secretary and confidential agent on taking Post Salon of his Grant Tho colonel had almost immediately erected a fort and offered such inducements to settlers a to speedily collect around him quite a Little Community of which As a matter of course he became tote Bead and chief and to Supply tie wants of his own family and others and increase his gains in a legitimate Way. He i Tail opened a store and filled it with goods from the Eastern marts which goods were by Laud Over he mountains to the Kanawha and thence by water to the Falls of the Ohio whence their removal to fort Bertrand lie rame an Eay matter. To Purchase and ship these goods and deliver a package of letters to friends in the East Eugene Lead been thrice dispatched a his third commission also extending to the escorting of the Beautiful heiress with her servants to her new Home. Liis last commission land been so far executed at the time chosen for the opening of our Story a it to bring the different patties to tie Mouth of the great Kanawha whence the Reader Lias seen them slowly floating Oft upon the still Glassy bosom of a the Belle of tote Day which was an auspicious one passed without anything occurring worthy of note until near four o clock when As Blanche was standing on the lore part of the deck gating at the Lovely scene which surrounded her she saw a seemingly to Viii a body suddenly leave a limb of a Gigantic tree whose mighty branches extended far Over the River and near which the Boot was then swayed by Tho action of tie current and alight with a crash upon the deck of the bout not More than eight feet from her. One glance sufficed to show her what the object was and to freeze the blood in her veins. The glowing eyes of a huge anther met her gaze. Tote sudden Cwi of the Shock which this discovery gave her was overpowering. With a deafening shriek she fell upon her Knees and clasped her Tamis before her breast the Panther crop cod for his deadly leap hut Ere he sprang the Hunting knife of Evigene Fairfax who with the Steersman was the Only person on deck to sides Blanch Ewas buried to the Hilt in his Side inflicting a so yet hut not fatal wound. The infuriated beast at once turned upon Eugene and a deadly is niggle ensued. But it was a smrt one. The polished Blade of the knife played Hack and Forth like lightning flashes and at every plunge it was buried to tin Bill in the panthers a hotly who soon fell to the deck dragging the dauntless Eugene with Liim. On seeing her protector fall Blanche uttered another shriek and rushed to his Aid but assistance from stouter arms was at hand. The Boatmen gathered round and the Savage Monitor was literally hacked in pieces with their knives and hatchets and Eugene covered with blood to to dragged from under his carcass. Supposing him to be dead or a mortally Woun led Blanche threw her arms around i neck and gave was to a passionate burst of grief. But he was not dead he wus not even Hurt with the exception of a few slight scr atelier Tho blood with which lie was covered was the panthers not Luis own. But Blanche s embrace was his a priceless treasure an Index of iter hearts emotions and affections. It was to color his whole future life a will to seen in the Progress of our Story. Slowly and silently save the occasional creak dip and a Dadi of the Steersman s oar. The boat of our voyagers Walt borne along upon the bosom of the current on the third night of the voyage. The hour was waxing late and Eugene tie Only one astir except the watch was suddenly startled by a rough hand being Placid upon Liis shoulder accompanied by tie words in the Gruff voice of the Boatman a a i say Cap a Here s trouble a a a a a lit is it Dick a Quot inquired Eugene starting to his feet. A a done to you Sec liar s a heavy fog rising that la soon Kiver us up so thick that we wont be Able to Tell a White Man from a Nigger a a replied the Boatman Dick Winter by name a tall Bony specimen of his class. A a Good heaven 1 so there is 1 exclaimed Eugene looking off upon the already misty Waters. A a it must have gathered very suddenly for All was Clear a minute ago. What is to lie done now ? this is something i was not prepared for. On Sach a night As a it looks troublous Cape a ill allow a returned Dick but we re in for to that a a Nortin and i s pose Well have to make the Best on to a but what is to be done a what do you advise a Quot asked engine in a Quick excited tone that indicated some degree of alarm. A a who of you War it so so bored about the Vount lady and it vim l so dead agin the order from head quarters my plan would be a Clear and enav one id just run Over to the Kaintuck Shore and til a a no no Quot said Eugene positively a a that will never do Dick that will never do 1 would not think of such a tiling for a moment to must keep in the current or All Means t a ref you can Quot rejoined the Boatma but when it gift so dark a two eau to Tell one thing Man t other it la be powerful hard to do and of we Don t run agin a bar or bunk Afore morning in spite of the Best o us it la Imi the go out crr 1 and a hand in. A ice Cape no it s Tilic Krong up fast we can t see Estber Bank at All nor the water Eyther the Star is Betti of dim. And it looks As it liar War a Cloud All round a a i see 11 see in returned Eugene excitedly a a merciful heaven 11 Lope no Neci Ikel will a half a Here and yet my heart almost missive my a for this i believe. Is the most dangerous part of our journey the Vicinity where most of our boat have been captured by the haying Una Eugene hastened below where he found the other boat ice sleeping so Tou udly As to require considerable Effort on ins tart to Wake them. At last pitting them fairly roused he info my d Licin almost a a a whisper tor he did not care to disturb the others that a heavy fog had suddenly Arisen and he wished ten in presence on deck . A a a fog Cap n a exclaimed one. In a tone which indicated Liat he comprehended the peril with the Worth a a hush i Quot returned Eugene there is no necessity for waking tie others anti having a scene. Up 1 Nail follow me. Without a word 1�?� he Pride to Back to the deck and was almost i Stuedi Neely joined by the Boatmen to whom he briefly made known his hot and fears. Totev thought like their companion that on bout would to safest if tade fast to an limb of the Kentucky Shore but frankly admitted that Unis could not now be done without difficulty and danger and Liat there was a possibility of keeping the current. A then make that Bissih Iliev a Cert nity and it shall be tie Best night s work Vou Ever performed a rejoined Eugene in a Quick excited tone. A Well do the Best we can Cape a Quot was the response a shut no Man can he Sartin of thu cur nut of this Here crooked Stream on foggy a Long silence followed the voyager slowly Drifting Down through a misty darkness Tungoc Euraldo to tie Uye a when suddenly our Young co Unander who was standing near the let of fell the extended Branch of an overhanging limb silently Brush Luis face. Lie started with an exclamation of alarm and at the same moment the i Oatman of to right called out a a Quick Here boys we re Ngin the Shore As sure As death Quot then followed a seem of hurried and anxious confusion the voice of the three Boatmen mingling together in loud Quick excited tones. A push off the bowl cried one. A Quick altogether now Over with hurl shouted another. A the dells in it she a noting aground hero on a Muddy Bottom Quot almost yelled a thin. Meantime the Laden boat was brushing along against projecting Bushes and overrun Clung limbs and every moment getting Mure and Mare entangled while tie Long poles and sweeps of the Boatmen As they attempted to push her off were often plunged without touching Bottom into what appeared to lie a soft Clayey mud irom which they were Only extricated by such an outlay of strength As tended still More to draw the Clumsy Craft upon tie Bauk they wished to avoid. At length scarcely More than a minute from the first al amp in there was a kind of setting together a it were and the boat became fast Anil immovable. The tact was announced by Dick Winter in his characteristic Maimer who added with an oath that it was just what lie expected. For a moment or two a dead silence followed As if each comprehended that tie matter was one to be viewed in a very serious Light. A will get Over the Bow Ami try to get the Lav of the land with my feet a raid Tom Harris and forthwith he set al out the not vory pleasant undertaking. At this moment Eugene Herd his name pronounced by a voice that Seldom failed to excite a Peculiar emotion in his breast and now sent a str Ngu thrill through even nerve and lax tuning below be found Blanche fully dressed with a Light in her Liand standing just outside of her Cabin in the regular passage which led Lengthwise through the Center of the boat. A i have heard something. Eugene a she said a enough to know that we have met with an Accident but not sufficient to fully comprehend its a unfortunately al out to hours ago a replied Eugene. A we suddenly became involved in a dense fog and in spite of our every precaution anti care we have run aground it May be against the Ohio Shore it May be against an Island it is so dark we can t Tell. But be not alarmed. Mis Blanche a lie hurriedly added a i Trust we so ill soon be afloat again thou ii in and event the darkness is sufficient to conceal us from the Savages even were they in the Vicinity a a i know Little of indians a returned Blanche a but i have always understood Liat they Are som Coliat remarkable for their acuteness of hearing and if such is the Case there would be no necessity of their living very near to lie made acquainted with our locality judging from the loud voices 1 heard a few minutes ago. �?o1 four we be been rather said Eugene in a deprecating tone a out in the excitement a 11 is words were suddenly Cut Short by several loud voices of alarm front without followed by a Quick and Henvy trampling across the deck and the next moment Seth Harper and Dick Winter burst into the passage the former exclaiming a a we be run Plum into a red Nigger s , Cape a and tent Harris is already butchered and scalped r and even by lie spoke As if in confirmation of his dreadful intelligence there arose a serie of wild piercing Demoniac no yells followed by a dead and ominous silence. So far we have followed the Lovely heroine and hex Fric Nils in this adventure but tie foregoing is All that we ran publish in our columns. The balance of the narrative can Oulu be found in the new York Ledger the great family paper which can lie obtained at All the periodical stores where paper Are sold. Remember to ask for the a Ledger a dated May 22nd, and in it you will get a he continuation of the narrative from where it leaves off Here. If there Are no Book store or news office convenient to where Yon reside the publisher of the Ledger will Send you a copy by mail if you will Send him five cents in n letter. Address Robert Bonner Ledger office 44 Ann Street new York. This Story to entitled. A a perils of the Border Quot and grows More and More interesting of it goes on. Divorced i us Axil a Ash wives a a cum recently came up in this City which in of great importance to husbands mud wive citizens of new York who have obtained divorce in other state Ami married again. A Man who was married in this state several years ago went to Indiana leaving his wife Here obtained a divorce there came Back to this cite and married a second wife Ami was arrested and hit to Hail for bigamy. How Ibe matter will to ultimately decided we do not know but of a nurse it will occasion the prisoner much mortification and expense even if he escape the states prison. The fact is the Laws of new York do not Rico Pixie divorce obtained in other states for desertion incompatibility of temper and the Many other things for which divorce can let a so easily got in some states when the parties were married Here and one of them still reside Here. Person who run off to tie West and get divorce should remember this and he careful How they Coine Back Here to get a second wife or Liow they travel with her in Thi state or Bow they leave any property Here which the first wife or creditors can get Lulu of. Tho above we have clipped from one of our exchanges published in new York and it is another evidence of the Abu let which is made of the Indiana statute in relation to divorce. Our state is achieving a Nico and enviable notoriety. If a couple married at the East violate the Sanctity Ottlie marriage relation tie j tarty offending a Only to come Here and plead incompatibility of temper or something else equally a trivial arid forthwith our judiciary Grants the application for a divorce. It u nigh time a Stop was put to this indecent proceeding. It is High time that our courts Cense Todo the dirty work of the cd met of other state. It is High time that the Sanction of the Law was withheld from the Nasi v Job of legalizing prostitution. Tie process of obtaining a divorce i now so easy and so sure that every six Mouth a Man May change Luis wife or Rice enquirer. Thu Maple is no Haiie tree so valuable is the Maple quid no object More commit Nila Lilc Titan the encouragement of it growth As proposed in this article a a Plant them by the Roadside Plant them in Tho finn lanes Plant them by the Side of rocks Stone Walls Brooks Hill Side and in waste places and in your farm House Ami stable Yard you can tap them above the reach of animals and Liang your bucket and the flow will Iki just As great a though lapped Down at the Rotts. No tree can be planted with More certainty of profit Linn the sugar Maple it form aril foliage Are Beautiful it Shade Deg haul it sap delirious and healthful in All stages from the water that flows from the tree to it Honey like syrup on the hot buckwheat cakes and it Sweet products will always to Saleable and profitable. Maple syrup would outsell Tho very boat Gulden syrup at any time in the cities if it Wax tor for Sale and Maple sugar is sold tons of it every year in the confectioners shops Ami in the Street to be eaten like Candy it 30 to 40 cent a Pound. There will always to n Market for any surplus Turnt the country can or Tidence but that is not the grand object with a in urging its increased production. It is because it will greatly increase in Liap piness the Farmers Home. It is Lor that we ask Are you ready a spa Horox and the Ladva a witty literary Ladr Well known in London was travelling the other Day in a railway Carriage. The Only other occupant of Tho compartment in which she was seated was a fat vulgar Young Man with a White neck cloth soiled sleek liar prominent Teeth and a self satisfied air. The individual contrived very adroitly to male the conversation turn upon the Rev. Or. Spurgen. The dialogue soon became exceedingly warm and animated the lady expressing the utmost aversion for tie preacher in question. As an illiterate Moun Leliak and the. Gentleman extolling him to the seventh heaven a the most glorious Man of tote age and the Demosthenes of the pulpit. On Arrivin Quot at the station where the lady a journey terminated Tbs gentleman said a Good morning and the lady replied with a bewitching smile a i wish Yon a pleasant afternoon or. the Park Street phenomenon was horrified and drawing his hat Over Luis brow rejoined in a very penitential voice �?o1 own i have been betrayed into vanity. But the Devil prom cd me the Devil prompted gym Hen a Honse is inf ewed by rats which refuse to Nibbli at toasted cheese and the usual baits a few drops of the highly scented Oil of rhodium poured on the Bottom of a Cage trap will almost invariably attract it full of the a Miv hic Ott rodent Quot before morning. We have known Thi to be tried with extraordinary Suecof. Where a trap baited with All manner of edibles had failed to attract a single rat. The Oil of rhodium caused it to be completely crowded night after night until the House was cleared of the noisome . A Lazy fellow once declared in Public company that he could not find bread for his family. Quot nor a a replied an Indus trip of mediate a i am obliged to work for a rules for Home education. 1. From your children s earliest infancy you must inculcate the necessity of instant obedience. 2. Unite firmness with gentleness. Let your children always understand that you mean exactly what you Ray. 3. Never Promise them anything unless you believe Liat you can give them what you Promise. 4. If you Tell your child to do something show him How to do it and see that is done. 5. Always punish your children for Wil Luhv disobeying you. But never punish in anger. A i. Never let them see Liat they con vex you or make you lose your Solf command. 7. If Fiey give Way to petulance and Tempe wait till they Are cat a and then gently reason with them on Tho impropriety of their conduct. 8. Remember that a Little present put Homent when the occasion arises is much More effectual than the threatening of a great one should the fault to renewed. 3. Never give your children anything because they cry for it 10. On no account allow them to do at one time Flint you have forbidden under the like circumstance., at another. 11. Tench them Liat the Only sure and easy Way to appear Good is to be Good. 12. Accustom them to make their Little recitals with perfect truth. The prolific . Pell of new York before tie Farmers club lately made an address on the peculiarities of Fob. He thus spoke of the Slid they ascend on River from the to of april to Trio Loti of june i Orthe purpose of spawning which they accomplish in the same manner that the Bass do except that the male fails to cover the ova this necessary operation is performed by the ebbing and flowing tide. The organization of the fish save or. Pell enable it to breathe either Salt or Frei water and Taki iia advantage of this fact i have been enabled to Breed them in Ponds and. From experiments am led to believe that Shad live but a single year and thus won they a Down our Rivers alter spawning they Are so weak and emaciated Liat they fall an easy prey to voracious fish. They take the circuit of the sea commencing in tie regions of the North pole in schools equating in extent the whole of great Britan and France. When they reach the coast of Georgia they a iterate into intense Squadron and As the sen Rem advances run up All the Rivers on our coast followed a Little later by to herring. The Shad lives upon suction. And feeds upon the Ammal Cul in the water while swimming. Food liar never been discovered in the body of Slind when opened and they never bite a Hook definitions Rotov x popular life a time to make Money. Money the end of life. In no a machine to make Money. Inonu my a machine to spend if children machines to spend it on. Economy buying things because they Are cheap whether you want them or no tit is recorded that an eminent Buge amp Cher chased a Butterfly nine Miles before he could catch him. The Chase for butterflies still continue and some people expend All their lives in Chare of them in some form or other

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