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Plymouth Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Plymouth, OhioTo i j 1. 1 l ill i f j ". It i t 4 if if. V. ,. ii int ill u ii in t Niv in fac r to i i i n Liu Fli i in111 i Iii in ill y i i m m i f f ii Iii Iii Iii Iii Iii in Iii Iii ill Usu n ill ill ii ill in u m ii. In. A twp c-5 by 1vvvyk in i m Iii i v in Ivy Iii. A up i m ill Illva a wj--1 3 f n2ta at t a 3 Luff he Fannilu bras paper or Bott a Diciur turf m Aito or neral Garfas Gritu Luif Ani of Star Wirfs. 1 1 i v by Robinson & Locke. Plymouth 0., Friday morning october 27, 1854. Volume n. No. 1.r the disaster f Jan Nade Fuelber. J House. Poo to Aro very Liu a to Rob Yon. Had i their flocks n .1 their Herd on the he was half craze 1 web stress of business from the sew Fork Mirror oct. 4.prize ode to Powers greek came in thing went glowingly on they Sec a House As dark a. An oven they Hills for three generations it was death i Are sure nobody is in it they go and steal i Poison 1 pestilence revert Shless. As Jant Hillia ii Owett there Are a multitude forceps and the Fang be erected and err it by pressed upward the Lenora will seen issuing from the Fang and dropping from in Point. It May then be absorbed by a bit of sponge or caught in a vial or on the Point of a lancet after robbing several serpents in this manner ther Wen mm1 of tar two Ian fat i a a ill Irlda never came in faster never give snob satisfaction never brought in so much Nione v and besides such Harmony and affection was there in the House such Delecta ble discourses did they hold together. There was nothing to conceal Jau s thoughts flowed like a great Stream and when they screw a Little wild Aud vision again Jan blessed his Stais Aud As he grasped his Cash to every Day stitched it into the Crown of his Cap. No More pots no More i Ling holes no More breach of places on this Noorjan 8c5 ilium come out but was and the Damsel were agreed every thing or heard of sine. Turc b 1 1 Lauri log. 1v" would always Elso was nothing Thev were married. J think there somebody i the Derby Sun he been won by angst in do Puin of Liia City. At the Pebie r Well aware or. C. L. Lerty the actuary of the Cofman Polzun Art and literary association Dur Chisca Rora time Linch the original Itata wide Globe that were Nev was in. Too at All Jan it must be confessed was exceeding the Day of creation and that never would events you might have a liar it " of 1 Oweis Tierk slave As one of the Privet toes pockets for him lie put it under the guardianship of his own Strong thread and become known to a soul beyond their of n fam Miles of circumference except in those " there is something in said Jan. Be distributed by the asiatic., Luh. A Wuh venom of was not unreasonable so he determine Ai v. As they were Apt to to m Tensity with that first to have a Light in future and he fell to smoothed and reduced them to sobriety by exasperated that the future mayor of it Apps should be thus estimated and treated and determined to show a Little spirit. As his fiddle entered into All his schemes he resolved to have music at his wedding and no sooner did to and his Bride Issue from the Hurth door than out broke the Fer cd a prize or one Linn ecu Nui Iara Lur uie Best me written on this Beautiful creation of Durinik the process of Robbins several with such a delicate tact that so far from dexterous Needle it went on exceedingly Well. Accidents however will occur if men will not Trust their wives and especially if they will not avoid awkward habits. Now Jan had a 6trange habit of feeling offended he was delighted beyond species of serpents i inn ovulated several Small but vigorous and perfectly healthy work again. Mad As his Luck had been he resolved not to be cast Down he was As diligent and As Thrifty As Ever and he resolved when he became mayor of Hupps to be specially severe on sneaking thieves. Expression with her prudence. The fifty Harmony which he had provided. The dollars were raised in almost no time Ana Universal disco Erie the were it not for some spark of Genius which suddenly kindles there and carries their Fame through All countries and All Gene rations. This has been Tho Case Many times and will be the Case again. We to ii and to hear the sound of names that our fathers never dreamt of and to litre Are other spots now basking in god s blessed Sunshine of which the world knows and cares nothing that shall to As if the prognostic of their being the seed of a Fortune were to be immediately Ful filled they came in opportunely to Pur Chase a lot of cloth which More than who crept into houses that were left to the care of Providence and Tho municipal auth of it ies. A Light was everlastingly Burn american Genius and selected the following gentlemen As judges to decide upon the Inerio of the offerings a sync Taylor of the tri Bune Withard Storla Willis of Tho musical w orld and ii. Fuller of the evening Mirror who met at the St. Nicholas hotel on tuesday evening oct 8. About two Hundred contributions were sent in with the writer s names in sealed envelopes with the under standing that Only the name of the Winner should be known. This condition was strictly observed and the committee after carefully Reading them and discussing the merits and defects of the fifteen or Twenty Worth considering name Payea merrily " you u repent re pent repent you la repent you la repent you la repent repent repent and the Bassoon replied in surly tones and soon and thus they played till Thev Rafti Bod ten inn. A Iii Luv Ili Iid tre blod their Cost and gave infinite sat vegetables with the Point of lancet Well charged with venom. The next Day they were withered and dead looking As though they had been swathed with lightning. " j attempting to preserve a few drops of vent Oai for future experiments in a Small Viar with two or three parts of alcohol it was found in a Short time to have lost Ita venomous properties. But after mixing the venom with Aqna ammonia or Spirita of turpentine or Oil of Peppermint or of Cin Namon or of cloves or with Nitzie or Salt Puric acid it still seemed to act with ing in ins winnow now and people As they passed in the morning said this Man must have a Good business which re sticking his Needles of his breeches Knees As he sat at work and sometimes he would have half a dozen on each knee for half a dozen Days his wife told him to take them out when he came Down from his Board and often took them out her self but it was of no use. He was just in this Case one Day Asho Rode out to take measure of a gentleman about five mile off. The ass to his thinking was in a remark Able brisk mood. Olf it went without whip or Spur at a Good Active Trot and not satisfied with trotting soon fairly pro i i a. If i i faction to his customers. Jan saw that the tide was rapidly rising with him Aud quires him to be up so Early and those my in i i by i m ii Jinx diffs. It is True there was Little happiness in this affair to any one. The old people his Wile urged him to push it on with it to take a larger House to get More hands Wero full of anger curses and threats of unanimously decided in favor of the following ode to the greek slave. Dedicated to tub c. A. And i. Jan s Pride was picked Andice foraged till he was As sore As if he had been tattooed with his own Needle and undiminished Energy. It is Best preserved needed to a Gallop. Jan was fall of won 0 greek by More than moslem Fetters Thrall d and to Cut such a figure As should at once eclipse his rival. The thing was done but As their capital was still found scan to for such an establishment his wife re solved to try what she could do to in crease it. I should have said had not the current of Jan s disasters run too Strong upon me however for future use by to iteration Wither at the breast commonly it tired his who passed in Tho evening said " i his Man must to making a Fortune for he is Busy at All lie leapt Down from his Board at length with the work that was to Complete his sum went returned with the future mayor growing rapidly upon him when As he turned the Corner of the Street men and mercies his House was in a full burst of flame illuminating with a Ruddy glow half the town and All Tho faces of Tho inhabitants who were collected to witness the catastrophic. Money fiddle shop boar All were con Ami worse with thrashing it during his refined sugar or sugar of milk. R. A very line Large Cotton Mont h Snake hour s ride than the exercises of his Goose 0 Marble prison or a a Piunt to nought. Where life is half recall a and Beauty dwells crested not in wrought Why Huu test thou my dreams Enro bed in Light and utmost Herd with purity wherein. Mine own soul is transfigured and glows Bright being captured by putting a shoe Strin g Bodkin and his wife was completely drowned in sorrow at such a parting from her parents and with no Little sense of re Morse for her disobedience. Nevertheless they reached Home things began to As sume gradually a More composed aspect Jan loved his wife she loved him he was and sleeve boar d did for a whole Day but now he was Fain to pull it in. It was to that his wife s parents were dead without our a Hudron become places of worship and pilgrimage. Something of this sort of glory was cast upon the Little town of raps in Bohemia by the hero Whoso name stands conspicuously at the head of this Story Oad whose pleasant adventures i flutter myself 1 am destined still further to Dif fuse. Jan Nede Treiber was the son of old Strauss Nade Treiber who had As Well As his ancestors before him for six generations Practised in the same Little place the most gentlemanly of Ull professions that of a tailor seeing that it was before All others used and sanctioned by or futher Adam. Now Jan was from his boyhood a remarkable person. 1 Lis father had known his share of trouble and having two sons both older than Jan naturally looked in his old age to reap some Comfort und assistance from their United labors but they had successively fled from the shop boar one had gone for a Soldier and was shot the other had Learned the no purpose faster than Ever it dashed on prancing running sideways wincing and beginning to show a most ugly Tern giving her any Token of reconciliation a circumstance which although it Cut her to the heart did not quite cast her Down feeling that she had nothing but what a Tia rent might forgive being All of us around him became excessively Lero Clous striking at even the crack of a Small Riding whip. Finding himself a prisoner with out Hope of escape he turned his deadly weapons on his own body striking repeat edly his Well charge fangs deeply into his flesh. Notwithstanding this Horas Cut into a Small Basket and was carried per. What in the name of All Balaam Sas though an Ungil souled away its sin. 0 chastity of Art 1 behold this Maiden shape makes Solitude of All the Busy Mart beneath her soul s immeasurable woe All sensuous vision lies subdued and from her veiled eyes Tho flow of cats is inward turned upon her heart possess the animal to could not Lor industrious Bhe was careful and they trusted in time to bring her parents rotted when they saw that they were do ing Well in the world. Again the saving scheme began to haunt Jan but he had one luckless notion which was destined to Cost him no Little vexation. His life conceive the Only Chance of safety appeared to to in clinging with both creatures alike to err and demanding alike 6ome Little indulgence for our weak Ness and our fancies. The brother was now sole of the family and arms und legs to it like a Boa Constrictor to its victim when shy away it flew sued and when poor Jan danced and catered in the very pcs they of his distraction " a 1 " said his neighbors " this comes of leaving a Light in an empty House. It was just the thing to happen Why Don t you get somebody to take care of things in your Jan stood corrected for As i have said he was soon touched to the Quick and when his anger was a Little abated he thought there was reason in what they said. So abating not a Jot of his determination to save he took the very next House. He Hud inherited from his father together As if it were driven by a legion of devils. In a moment it slopped Down went its head up went its infernal heels and Jan knowing the generosity of his nature she determined to pay him a visit although in a condition very unfit for travelling. With his Stock in Trade a Stock of old Max ims amongst w hich one of the chief was that a woman cannot keep a secret. Act found himself some ten Yards off in the she went her brother received her wit Craft of a Weaver but being too fond of Forward. In one hour after he was found dead and no of mount of irritation could excite the least indication of life. A Large Rattlesnake beheaded instantly with a Hoe would an hour and a half after strike at anything that pinched Ita Tail. Of several pors on who were testing their firmness of nerve by trying to hold Tho hand steady while the Serpent struck at it not Ono could be found whose hand would not recoil in spite of his Resolution and one Man a great bully by he by was Middle of a Pond. To escaped drowning Vou might As easily have drowned a his pot had broken his neck by falling into a Quarry As he returned Home one. While on her poisoning Lipa her i Orient spirit swoons Aud from the Lustrous brows eclipse Falls patient glory a from clouded Moons severe in Vestal Grace yet Wirra and flexible with the delicate glow of youth she stands the Sweet embodiment of truth her pure thoughts clustering around her form hike seraph garments whiter than the snows which the wild sea up throws. 0 Genius thou can St Chain not Marbie Only but the human soul and melt the heart with soft control and awake such reverence in the Bruin that Man May be forgiven if in the ancient Days he dwelt ing on this Creed he not Only never told his wife of his project of becoming mayor of rapps but he did not even give her with All his Early affection in his House her first child was born and so much Ditl she and her battling win upon his i in to in w it a f i i night from a Carousel. Jan was left the reason to suppose that he had Laid up a shilling and that she a Advt not happen Rush but his Cap was gone the dollars in Tho Crown had sunk it past recovery. He came Homo dripping like a drowned mouse with a most deplorable tale but heart that when the time came that sue must return nothing would serve but he must take her himself. She had been so which luckily happened to boat Liberty and he got a Journeyman. For a Long time it appeared hard and hopeless there were two months to feed instead of one wages to pay and not much More work done than he could manage himself but to stumble upon his Money to took care to carry it always about him. It was his with no More knowledge of Tho cause of struck on tie naked ble Force by the headless trunk of the ser Delight Whon he got into a quiet Corner his disaster than the Man in Tho Moon loud in Tho praises of Jan that he deter mined to go and take him by the hand. It would have Dono any one Good to seer As he cume along a retired Lane from till he Toro his fingers on Tho Needles in his errands to take it out and count it abstracting his wot clothes. Fortune now seemed to speak As Plain and calculate when it would amount to Lyas she could speak Jan confide Inthis sum Aud to that and when the pro posed sum would really be his own. Sole staff for the old Man to lean upon and truly a worthy son he proved himself. He was As gentle As a Dove and As tender As a Lamb. A Cross word from his father when he made a Cross stitch would Al most break his heart but half a word of kindness revived him again and he Sel do m went Long without it for the old Man though rendered rather testy und crabbed in his temper by his Limey Trou Bles and disappointments was naturally of a Loving compassionate disposition and moreover regarded Jan As the of his Eye. Jan was of a remarkably Light slender Active make full of life and Mettle. This moment he was on the Board stitching away with As much velocity As if he was working for a funeral your wife. You see All your schemes with still the Money grew slowly very slowly but still it grew and Jan pitched up on a secure place to his thinking to con ceal it in. Alas poor Jan he had often in his heart grumbled at the slowness of his Journeyman s hands but his eyes had been Quick enough and one morning be fore Jan was up the fellow hid cleared idolatrous with sculptured life and Knelt to Beauty to than heaven Genius is worshipped for its works adore Tho infinite source of All their glorious Tho to so blessed Art like nature is o erf Raught with such a wondrous store of hallowed influence that we who Gaie aright on her creations Haply Pray und Praise go. Then fair slave and in by Fetti is Tench out her fail. Open your heart to her pent and staggered Back tainted Ana leu from seven venomous serpents belonging to five different species were made to Frater Nise and dwell amicably in one Den. A Beautiful pair of Long bodied speckled snakes known As King snakes known to to Fang less and consequently without venom were duly installed As members of the family. Some Yuoa Sines Wero perceivable among the older of the members but no attempt was made to destroy the now it happened one Day that having Boon a Good Deal absorbed in those speculations Deal fairly generously and you will reap he Hud loitered a precious Idelee of time the sweets of it was All in vain he had not yet come to his senses. But Good live to Liliu uss the Only thing hero this worthy Mountaineer setting Forth himself firmly seated on his great horse his Bister behind him and the brat Slung safely on one Side cradled in his Corn Hoppe r. It would have been equally pleasant to see him set Down his charge at Tho door of Jan s new House and be held with wonder that merry Minikin of a Man nil smiles and be stipulations come Forth to receive them. The contrast be tween Jan and his brother in la w was truly amusing. He had a Shadow Lik e homunculus so Light and dry that every wind threatened to blow him before it the Borgman with a countenance that like the setting Sun the stature of a giant and limbs like an elephant. Jan watched with what Cav n in Spur d und Genius Bath design d out his holding Plum and was gone. Liis was More than he could Bear. Lie was perfectly Oast Down disheartened and solve to mount was his shop boar a thai be thou evangel of True Art and preach Tho Freedom of the mind 1bore him Well and brought him Contin away and suddenly coming to himself lie set ofus was tils worn on a kind of easy Trot in which his Small Light form thrown Forward his Pale Grey Eye Earnest looking visage thrown towards the sky and his Long sky Blu e coat flying in a Stream behind him he Cut one of extraordinary figures in the world and intruders though they might Nave of equal Good could to Only contrive to keep killed i Stanter. Tho next morning four it on the venom of serpents. His wife was from the mountains she inconsolable. An said his Olli Cious neighbors coining in to condole with him " cheer up Man there is nothing amiss yet. We it mini pics few dollars ? you will soon get plenty More with those Nim ble lingers of yours Vou want Only some therefore liked the sight of Trees. Now in Jan s Back Yar d there was neither tree of the venomous serpents were found to have been destroyed by the King snakes and one was still within their Coil and the two remaining ones Woodd make no Effort at self defence. A Large rattle Snak e checking his Pace As he Engoren the town he involuntarily clapped his hand on his pocket and behold 1 his Money was gone nor Tun to she got Somo tubs Ana in the following by s. Oilman l. L. D., published in the St. Louis medical journal is the most interesting Artiola we Ever read on the subject there is much in the history and Hab or a wedding at an hour s notice the next he was despatching his dinner at the same rate and the third beheld him run Ning leaping and playing among his companions As Blithe As a Young kid. If he had a fault it was being too fond of his fiddle it was his everlasting Delight. One would have thought that his Elbow had labor enough with jerking his Needle some thirty thousand times in a Day but i. Of seemed stupid and indifferent to his late. Considerable anxiety the Experiment of his Kinsman s seating himself in a chair the chair however stood firm and the Good Man surveyed Jan in return with a he could not be made to threaten or give i i no a to help you to keep them must got a wife Journeyman thieves front the first must gel " " t mar thought a str All As at the very Meu Iliou of it. " get warning with Liis rattles Ine Smau Esi i a i Sii pc to i away t Iron ii a Noie it von. In the wild i s and bitterness of of s lie ruined Back heartily cursing h s i nor in 1 to aver of that most Niece of buckram that Cora Wosch Vou a Lacap Marri them she placed a variety of a which Mado a pleasant Appo Biauce and gave a help to her imagination of the Noble Pines of her native scenes. In one of these tubs Jan conceived the singular idea of Dipo icing his treasure. " nobody will meddle with the tubs he thought so accordingly from week to week he concealed in them his uhf. Isi ions. Liis had gone a Long time. Lie had in out it was in him a sort of Universal joint it never seemed to know what weariness was. His breeches no c k unit Hoy had put item i Wii into to co a Woom in its of the reptile tribes however repulsive they May be in appearance that is very interesting. During a sojourn of two or three months in the Interior of Arkansas which appears to me to be Tho Par Adise of reptiles i paid some attention to that Branch of history called Ophi ology. I found four distinct varieties of rattle his he dec stood always on the Hoard in a Corner by him and no sooner had he ceased to brandish the Needle than he be Gan to brandish the lid Lestick. If he 0iild Over be said to be Lazy it was when his father was gone out to measure or try curious and critical air As doubtful whether he must hold him in contempt for the want of that solid matter of which he himself had too much. Jan s Good qual uie. However got the better of him. The Man is a Man said he to himself cry philosophically and to is Good to my sister he shall know of so As he took his departure he seized one of Jan s hand with a cordial grip that was Felt through every limb and into the other he put a bag of one thousand dollars. My sister shall not be a Begger in her snakes for talus of which the Cro talus and Fine presents to go a wooing with and Parson s fees an i welding dinner and dancing and drinking and then Doc Tor s fees and nurse s fees and children without end it is ruin upon ruin the fifty dollars and the mayoralty they might wait till doomsday. Well that is Good thought Jan As he took a Little More breath " they first count called me to get a Light then went House and All in a Bonfire next i must ret a Journeyman horrid us and Cro talus Kirtlan Dii Are by Tograi so villainous by As to break Down with the Carriage of a few dollars half Pence thimbles balls of Wax an 1 thread and a few other sundries after the trifling Wear of seven years nine months and nine teen Days. To was pacing step by step after his lost treasure when up came his wife running like one wild and telling him As Well As she could for want of breath that he must Conio that instant for the Lutter of Falacho flaps had brought new liveries for All his servants and some debts he had succeeded beyond his Hopes he Camo Back exulting the sum was saved and in the gladness of his heart he had bought his wife a new gown. To boiled into Tho House with the lightness of seventeen his wife was not there he looked into the Yard saints and Angels what is that ? he far the most numerous. The former is the largest Serpent in North America. The family of Moccasin snakes Golluber is King Snak e was afterwards inoculated with the Poison of one of the serpents to had destroyed and died immediately after thus evincing that they must Nave exercised some Power besides physical Force to overcome their fellow creatures. In Short the result of of a great number of experiments performed with the venom on a great variety of serpents seem to Lead to the following conclusions 1. That the venom of All serpents acts As a Poison in a similar manner.2. That the venom of some varieties is far More Active than that of others. L 3. That a variety of the Golluber Khouri As Tho Cotton Mout is the most venomous Serpent in Arkansas. 4. That the venom of serpents destroys All forms of organized life vegetable As Well As animal .,7f 5. That alcohol if brought in Contact with the venom is to a certain extent an antidote. 6. That serpents do possess the Power then went the Money und now they would have me bring upon me More also quite numerous there being not less than ten varieties most of which being quite As venomous As the Rattlesnake. By dissecting great numbers of different Spe cies i Learned that the anatomical Struc Ture of the poisoning apparatus is similar in All the different varieties of venomous serpents. It consists of a Strong Frame work of Bone with its appropriate mus cles in the upper part of the head re husband s House this is properly her own and much Good May it do i need not prolong my Story the new tailor soon fled before the Star of Jan s Ascendancy. Jan was speedily installed in the office of mayor of rapps in his eyes the highest of Ull earthly dignities and if to had one trouble left it was Only in the reflection that to might have obtained his wishes years before had he better under stood the heart of a Good woman. On and his Riddle being too Strong a temp tation for him he would seize upon it and labor at it with All his might till he spied his father turning the next Corner Home wards. However he was a pattern of Fil Ial duty with this trifling exception und now the time was come that his father must die his Mother was dead Long be fore and he was none in the world with his fiddle the whole House Board Trade what there was of it All was his. When he Camo to take Stock and make an inventory in his head of what he was Worth it was precious Little. His father had Seldom had much beforehand when he had the whole place to himself and now behold another had come from no body knew where had taken a great House opposite hoisted a tremendous sign and threatened to carry away every shed of Jan s business. In Tho depth of his threatened if he did not see Jan in five minutes to carry the work Over to the other Side of the Street. I Lere was perplexity the Money was not to be found and if it were found in the presence of his wife he regarded it As no belter than lost but found it was not and he was forced to Tell a lie into the bargain being caught in the act of searching for something and say he had lost his thimble and to make bad worse he was in danger of losing a Good beheld his wife Busy with the Trees they were uprooted and Laid on the ground and every particle of soil was thrown out of the tubs. In Tho delirium of consternation to flew to ask what she had been doing " of the Trees did not flourish poor things they looked sickly and pin ing she determined to give them Somo soil More suit ibo to their nature she had thrown the other Earth in the River at Tho Bottom of the and you have thrown into the River Tho hoarding of three years the Money which had Cost me Many a weary Day and Many an anxious night the Money which had made our fortunes in Short that would have made sem bling and being in fact a pair of Laws. But externally to the jaws proper and much stronger. To these is attached plagues than Moses brought upon Egypt. Sny nay thought Jan you la not catch me there Jan All this time was seated on the shop boar stitching away at an amazing rate at a garment that the rascally Wagner should have finished to order at six o clock that morning instead of absconding with his Money and Ever and anon so far forgetting his loss in what appeared to him the ludicrous Ness of this advice As freely to laugh out. All that Day the idea continued to run in his head the next it had lost much of its freshness the third it appeared not so Odd As awful the fourth he began to ask himself whether it might be quite so momentous us his imagination had painted it the fifth he really thought it was not so bad neither the sixth it of fascinating Small animals and that this Power is identical with mesmerism t 7. That the blood of Small animals destroyed by the venom of serpents bears a close resemblance to that of animals de by a singly Moil articulation one or More movable fangs on each Side just at the vireo of the Mounth capable of being Job and All Tho hitter s work for Ever As moral character. Thore is nothing which adds so much to Tho Beauty and Power of a Man As a Good character. It dig Nili him in every station exalts him in a vented it n Basurc. Inese langs Are very a consequence. Away to ran then groan ing inwardly at full Speed and arriving out of breath saw Tho hitter s Carriage drawn up before his Oji Poncet s door. Wormwood upon Wormwood his Money was lost 1 his Best customer was lost and thrown into the hands of his detested hard Sharp and crooned he the claws of a cat and hooked backward with a hol Low from the base to near the Point. Trouble lie took to ins Nauvie irom is to mayor of Apps exclaimed Jan perfectly off his guard to the exposure of Bis secret. " Why did you not. Tell me of it said his wife kindly gently and have occasionally seen a the Slit Bone i fiddle to his bed and in his bed he had a dream by which he was assured that could he once save the sum of fifty dollars it Ide this hollow making two. Ivi Weir every period of life such a character is More to be desired than everything else on Earth. No Servile fool no crouching by no treacherous hour seeker Ever bore such a character the pure Joys of righteousness never Spring in such a per son. If Young men but knew How much a Good character would dignify and exalt them How glorious it would make their prospects even in this life never should enemy. There to beheld him and his " a that is a ques base is found a Small sack containing would to the seed of a Fortune that he Tion said he. And it was a question should flourish far beyond Tho scale of old j o worked round in his head that it Man in a prune Dustie irom Day to Day while his own House was deserted. All people wont where Tho titter went of Strauss should drive his antagonist in i air Sot on Ine Otner sme it an despair from Tho ground should in Short for spite of his apparent test iness it had occurred to his mind some dozen of times Aud now it came Baek with such an Emo Tion that when he thou rat he treat stroked by lightning or Hyde it loses its Power of coagulation and can not be Long kept from putrefaction a k which is the Happy Man ? we Abw a Man in Michigan who lives on the inter est of his Money and that is Only $70 per annul. He has it is True a Small House with Ono room in it three tar four acres of land and keeps a we re cml of pigs and a few hens yet he and i wife always appear cheerful and contented and preserve a respectable appearance 00 their $70 per annul. V 1 we know of a Man in jew to rat who expends 815,000 per annul for his House hold expenses. To pays for his Gas Light More than the whole income of the hich a e. Makes annual Holiday course his adversary was nourishing out of All Bounds to had got a horse to ride edit with contempt it had fixed itself two or three drops of venom which resembles thin Honey. The sack is so connected with the of the Fang during its erection that a slight upward pressure forces the venom into the fangs of its base and it makes its exit at a Small Slit or opening near the Point with considerable Force thus it is carried to the Bottom of Auy wound made by the Fang. Unless the fangs Are erected for Battle they lie concealed in the upper part of the Mouth sunk Between the external and internal jaw Bones somewhat like a pen Knif e i do shut in in its handle where they scared clearly to have its advantages Chil Dren did not come scampering into the House All it Onee like a flock of lambs a wife might help to gather As Well As to spend might possibly bring something of her own would to a perpetual watch and housekeeper in his absence might speak a word of Comfort in trouble where even his fiddle was dumb on the seventh he was Oil whither ? Why it so happened that once he had accompanied his father to see an old rela Tion in the mountains of the acc Hrncir we und them yielding to Ine give Una and base born purposes of human nature. Result of fashion. We noticed a Beautiful poodle dog trotting along our streets yesterday who had been completely shaven except two Graceful Tufts descending from either Side of the upper jaw forming As Complete a moustache As the most exquisite could sigh for. The Little arrive at no less dignity than mayor of Kapps. Jan was As i have said soon set up with the smallest spice of encouragement he was moreover As Light and nimble As a Grasshopper and that litle animal would exactly represent him could it be made to stand on end his dream therefore was enough he vowed a vow of Unco Napiera by c might and to it to went. Day and night he wrought work came it was done he wanted Little a crust of bread and a merry tune were All he needed. The upon his better reason and never left him till it had worked a most fortunate Revol ution. He said to himself " had i told my wife from the first it could not Possi Bly have happened worse and it is very Likely it would have happened for Tho bet Ter for the future then to it wherefore he unfolded to her the whole mystery of his troubles and his Hopes. Out and take orders and was Likely to be come mayor ten years before Jan had ten dollars of his own. It was too much for even his sanguine temperament he Sank Down to Tho very Depths of despair his fiddle had lost its music to could not Abido to hear it he sat Moody and disconsolate with a Beard an Inch Long. His wife for Somo time hoped that it would go Olf but seeing it come to this she began to console and advise to Rouse his courage and his spirits. She told him it it was that horse which gave the advantage to his neighbor. While he went trudging on foot wearying himself and presents to More than the whole Shpunt of the Michigan Man. It cosign in sum six times As Large As Tho whole Inco Nee of our philosopher to support a single waiter. W e know them both very Well and w creature seemed to Realise his importance. Quite unanimous. A Good Deacon making an official visit to a dying neighbor who was a very unpopular Man put the usual question " Are you willing to go my Friend " of yes " said the sick Man. Think our Michigan ii fid by. Far the Hap Piest Healthiest and most enviable wan. In i advanced in yearn " Tho isow sirs. Jan Isadel Treiber had great cause to feel herself offended most grievously offended but she was not of a has to temper. She was a Sweet tender patient creature who desired her husband s Honor and Prosperity beyond everything. She sat Down and in the most mild yet acute and Able manner Laid Down to him Are covered by a fold of membranes which encloses them like a Sheath this is the Vagina Dentis. There can to no doubt that these fangs Are frequently broken off or shed As Tho head grows broader to make room for new ones nearer the verge of Tho Mouth for within the Vagina Den tis Cro talus horrid us iof a very Largo found no less than live fangs on each Side in Al stages of formation the smallest in n Bulf Nln v or cartilaginous state the Walil and there amongst Tho damsels who danced to the sound of his fiddle was a certain Bergman s comely daughter who having got into his head in some Odd association with his fiddle could not be got out of it again especially As he fancied from some cause or other that the simple creature had a lurking fondness for both his music and himself. Away he went and he was right the Damsel made no objection to his overtures. Tall Stout fresh wasting his time people came grew in Money grew the sum was nearly accomplished when returning Ono evening from carrying out some work behold his door was open behold 1 the lid of his pot where he deposited his treasure was off 1 the Money was gone 1 this was a Terri ble blow. Jan raised a vast commotion to did not even fail to insinuate that it might be Tho interloper opposite who so Likely As he who had his Eye continually cheapness off a took and papers place Abun dance of rational enjoyment in vhf , and would not wait Bhe uttered i am glad of that said the Deacon for therefore to borrow her neighbor s ass for All the neighbors Are and advised him to ride out daily a a plan of operations and promised him such aids and Succour that struck at once with shame contrition and Admira Tion f tic sprang up clasped her to his of the countryman an. Accumulation of physical ills and a necessity Forjin tense activity deprives j the citizen of jew a quiet enjoy ment and Refle Etin ice former in the probable e6ximuttof Ptg will in Benton s thirty years View is next something harder the third Billmore Little Way it would look As though he had business in the country it would look As if his time was precious it would an anecdote of Lafayette that when apr Ornit Nyrl so on to Ine main we us , growth of Tho open air and Theon Jan s door but no matter the thief perfect Fang. Each of these Teeth had approaching Tho Harbor of new York he made the unsophisticated inquiry whether Wail Lipfin of cavity. Like the main one. Three fangs on each 6ide were found in and others. Was Clear off and the Only Comfort he got from his neighbors was being rated for his stinginess. A said they " this comes of living like a curmudgeon in a creat House by yourself working your look Well and do his health Good into the bargain. Jan liked her counsel it sounded exceedingly discreet he always thought Hor a Gem of a woman but he never imagined her half so Able what a pity a woman could not be trusted with a secret i else had she been a helpmate past All his servant would be Able to and a Hack at the pier to convey his party to the hotel so Little did he anticipate the notional pageant which anxiously awaited his Landing. Die of old age at ninety Tup latter at seven Tyi such is the Dibb ution. and wealth. Ii Vav not i in one of out cite Eris Una of hns accosted by his landlord " As everything a on the Rise i feel & by al7m Nee j"00 i citizen a disc " Sitf t i Tahr heart calling her the very Gem of woman Hood and skipped three or four times across the floor like a Man gone out of senses. The truth is however to was but just come into them from this Day. A new life was begun in Jan s House. The he sat at his work there sat his wife by his Side aiding and contriving with a woman s wit a to. The process of robbing serpents of Thorr venom is easily accomplished by the Aid of rho Reform a few drops of which Stu Hills As she was she never dreamt of despising the Little skipping tailor of rapps though he was n head Shorter than herself and not a third of her weight. She had heard his music and she had never heard of such a thing As family Pride but the old people they wore in perfect hysterics of Wrath and contempt. Their daughter with the exception of Ono brother now on a visit to his Uncle in Hungary the sole remnant of in old substantial House who eyes out to Hoard up Money. What must a Young Man like you do with scraping no pots full of Money like a miser ? it is it is with narrow soul d Puoplo As with pixies them. If while they Are. Under its Bev Are carefully seized by thoth ass however was got out Rode narrow Necke d bottles the less they have nude and the Vagina Dentis held out Ofman s love and a woman s looked amazingly hurried and be thankful for times Are , to it w j. J really impossible to raise it Rensek f i Shine it is a sin it is a judgment Noth. Ii e in could come of it at nil events v Nii Erht afford to live a Light in the in them the More noise they make in pour ing it out. The Way by an assistant with a pair owing half crazed with care people fancied she was Worth an journeymen. Work

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