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Racine County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 17, 1861, Racine, WisconsinThe Racine by z. C. Wentworth co. A t3sar in Advance. Vol. 43. Racine vvis., wednesday april 17, 1861. Thl is wednesday mokn1-Vo in Niox will Elritt by z. C. Wentworth it. Co. In 4 rams or advertising. 12 line or close air tit id kept on the Itji of. 00 pc acc lit. Viii Csc on n it a mute rates. It lint with Ini Rawl Clia Suil Loric Voi irly Lulu Kluern of Oliuer Ink. Job printing of Evory Nei itly exl Clit Tel 011 Short logic a Fantl business directory. . Attorney autury Public and for Chw Brixiu of. Ulius fac Iii City til thelor take in announcing Tolu Oli Hoir flouring Mill for jul Chint work Are Low Renolt u Firu dimly i s uti in s hoi1 rest no Trow. Tid Tecl i i i Vav i n Lukum t i i do an Hood prom the Savannah news Farewell to Yankee Yankee Doodle Faro you Well Rice Aad Coloa flout you onco they liked you very Well but now they la do without you. Yankee Doodle used to treat of Pompey As n neighbor lie did t grab Bis bread and nor at Bis labor. But Doodle now has got to be in for every dirty shilling prop so a Job however mean add Yankee Doodle s Doodle too has Hud Tho Luck to get a Nerr religion a kind of holy Zeal to Pluck at everybody s Pigeon. Doodle e morbid conscience Strain with Purit anic vigor to Loose the Only chains that Ever bound a Nigger. Yot Doodle knows a Well tis to that Wrhen he s come and pm Ilc d Sec a million niggers before by d help to teed pm. Yankee Doodle sent us Down a Gid Huit Ili Sidime Captain Jolinn Brown the Arleu of Harper s Wolyk Himi y in t i Wili inn if fur that i Rit Racine a ill. Which Jitu be procured t l Stom work tin manner for Tuli by Haut it . To Ith pikes lie Briod to magnify the Freud of by Oid Virginia lifted High this military preacher. Yet glory to his name is Sung a if with tin Antni Titch the bloody wretch by Justice Hung by bigotry is sainted. Yankee Doodle Good Bye spun a thing Rotten proud Independence is the cry of sugar Rice and Cotton. The of City j3 o o k s t o r e i a Witti Over thing tic civil Anil in Tho of books and stationery. . Congress. Common London Vinish him Ihire i inn Mill Lilic comanor ctn t Lirk axe a kit Uler Virrl of envelopes. Gold i of Tiik very Best make Stokl a xxx. 1-excif.ft. New York and Erie great Broil ullage Vancu and Tel Grui h Lio Tilc 10 sew York Boston Amdall East Eek cities pm Iutin tub great Western and North Western United states mails. Arrival of All 1, Shore Iii Lorail. From is. . In i i run through to new York City without Tho v r no running i to now it. Clio Ruthl vent Ihnet Sli i Nii s Cam Hron Gli. is by am free run an v Oiler Roi be Piti Tii l Cal via Dunkirk new York aril Kris us Vlrna i Wlinich not it All Tiu in the Thia Arlton fail tit a for of i Roi Glit super our to other run to. An Exve Tess fat Clolla unto show connect i inh Chr to nil Points . In a quicker time Tiina Ever by in tile or Liny line. Vat Frei or in Intro of of j it. Broad now York. Roof Jacob Kornuth Fri in lil , Cark Street Chicago. Cha s i i Racine and Mississippi Railroad. On Akk nonday. Dec Mukh Al. 1s50, 1 it i Jour trails will run lilt follow going leave a. A. Lerono diction. At Kucine Jun Cajon Wilh ruins from Chick at Cli Tuii Junction with Trnini for fond Ulm North. At s p. M., Tho train Oil Tho Lilii Iii Central r. K. L4avk p. M., Kex Proiti can Jan Cioti with from Chicago Clit ton p. With m5 p. Our Jin Zitillo arrive it for whorl 51. Going a Bat pmiedp9r on arrival of Raini from Thiu Mjune nil Arruti at Clinton 11 s a. A. Consort int with c. A w. For Chicago at p. M., Racine Junction p. M., with Traudi Chicago and a. A. A com ratios at Clinton with train ma4li4oa, Oil Koch. On do , la Vail the North. Arrive my at a cent at p. for Anesimo my Porntip on tha Miami suppl Kiter Rolt tallow at Brand with Tho Sci Talch. A. A. Thomson rat lob Milwaukee Chicago Railroad. Change o7 time. Of us mired 1, 1soi, until fur liw 1m into. Volg Fol do. Oriso to Refl und pm cow into m. . Sue p. Aaa r. t. a if jew a8tjole, of 1.0ve at first sight. Hist look the speaker was one of two Young men who had Couie to the mountains of a pedestrian and sketching zip Edison from the City of Phil Adolphis. As he spoke he Laid his hand on Liia companions Arm. The person be addressed looked and saw a Little i irl about ten years old advancing in an old Buckbery path. She was Brown is a Berry from exposure to the Sun and her feet and aria were Bare but there was a Grace about her As she tripping Forward that a Princess might have envied. In front of her a spider had Arti n Ilia crap -i1c judg Man spoke she slightly stooped her head Aud raising her hand pushed Obj cobwebs aside. It waa this artless a Tuvil move uncut in Tiiu completed the put nip. I should like to print Eaid he who Hud spoken. What i love at first sight answered his companion laughing. To think of the fastidious Clarence losing his heart to a Sun Burnt fairy. You Are eighteen and she about you can of lord to Liis conversation had been carried on in whispers. The thud still advancing had by this time come opposite to the two Vonjj men., of seeing them the Stop Ped Aud stared curiously at to lieu As a Young Deer that had never been hunted May be supposed to Stop and regard Tho first stranger that the Forest. Her Bright sparkling face Slio stood gracefully arrested was not less Beautiful in its Way the re her Little figure. said the just speaker would you like to be made into a Pic Ture my Friend Here is a Painter and will give you n Dollar if you will let him sketch the child looked from the to his Friend. Something in the hitter s face seemed to restore the natural Confidence which the free and easy air of the other had for the moment shaken. She Drew coyly up to him As if for Protection. I have read of she gazing up into Bis face but never saw one. La it a real picture of me you will the artless appealing of the child went to the Young Man s heart. He would is Toon have joined in bantering her As in bantering a Bister. He took her hand As he replied. I will route As Good a picture of you As i can if you will let me. A picture like one of and be opened his portfolio which contained various sketches. Of Bow Beautiful cried the child. It was evident that a new world had opened to her. She gazed treat lesser at sketch after sketch till the last had been examined and then heaved de p sigh. Please said she timidly at last will you give me my picture a Fatien Jou hive painted interposed the other Young Man but we will give you a she turned on the speaker lot go the hand she had been holding and Drew her self up with a sudden haughtiness. Don t want your the with proud delicacy. She was turning to escape when the artist recovering her. Hand said soothingly. Net i mind him my 3eai. 1 will paint pictures and Giro Yea Cone will that do Reichi Iryl the child took tit position to her end Clarence Harvard for the Young be c rapidly painting. Two 7 sket Alie. In Oil he said drawing a Long breath Yon been Asoo Iet m a Little mouse and i m a thousand Timos obliged Jet. Tike that and he. Hand Odker the sketch and of these Days Yon u think of him who gave thai i will All my he Loffle id a Fulwid . Of Couill intent to be thus singled out fron. So Many. But she had nother motive for exerting herself to Shie. At the Veri first glance she had r cognized in h re mow Cray the companion of the artist who had sketched her High years Back. In Hopes to hear something of his Friend she turned the conversation i Pon Art the City childhood and everything else that she thought might to but in vain. Sho could not be More definite because she wished to conceal own identity for it waa evident or. Mowbray did not know her besides he natural Dulie Aey shrank from enquiring about a perfect stranger. The next Day As Soo of etiquette Al Lowed or. Mowbray a seen driving up to the farm. Nelly appeared beautifully stood him. Her new Possession with an enthusiasm partly born of the artist soul within her and partly the result of a child s Pride in what is its own Especial property. Of i interposed the other youth you 11 Promise to be his wife some Day won t you miss cobwebs the child s eyes flashed As she turned on Tho speaker. Her instinct from the first had made her dislike the sneering Man. She stomped her pretty foot and retorted ill never be yours it any rate you old snapping and As if expecting to have her ears boxed if caught she darted away disappearing rapidly Down the path whence she had had Couie. Claireace Harvard broke into a merry laugh in which after a moment of anger his companion joined him. I you deserve it said Clarence. It s a capital nickname too. I shall Call you nothing else after Titis than snap Ping hang the Little Jade was the rep a. One would t think Ahe was so but what a shrew sue will make 1 i pity the clod Hopper she marries Shell Hen Peck him out of nil peace and Send him to an Early nothing More was said for at that to meat a dinner Horn sounded and the r Young men Roso to return to the Road Side where they Hud stopped tha right be fore. Their time was limited mud that evening Knapsack of Back they were Milea away from the scene of the morning. A week later they were both Home in the City Ciarence hard at work perfecting himself in his Art and his companion Delv ing at Coke and Jack store. Years passed. Clarence Harvard had risen to be an artist of Eminence. His pictures were the fashion he was the fashion himself. Occasionally As he turn sized the Samo sneering spirit which be de Over his o d sketches be would come lived in nothing True or Ood from which whole no. 461 at or. Stanley s. But he always found or. Mowbray there before him who in. A Elvored in every Way to monopolize Nelly s attention. Reserved if not absolutely haughty Clarence left the Field to his rival and Nelly half indignant was sometimes tempted to affect a gaiety in Mowbray s company which she was far from feeling. Occasionally however Clarence would assert his equal rights to share the society of miss Stanley s guest Aud at such times his eloquent talk soon eclipsed that of even the Brilliant advocate. As Nelly said in her secret heart., it was Ruskin against Voltaire. And the Tiore Clarence engaged in these conversations the More he Felt that fur the first time in his life he had met one who under except a Genius it would be eccentric. Hut you do not know How pretty it sounds from is what is it a refreshing season at a Cali fornia prayer attired in a refit morning dress and look ing so fresh and Sparklin in Repito of the Lute hours of the night before that it could baldly be consider adj fluttery when her visitor assured her that she looked lovelier than her Lovliest i uses. Or. Jow Bray was full of regret s it cruel Fate we Ipoh he said compel d him to return to the City. He could d t conceal his Joy when Nelly s aunt inadvertently and to Nelly s secret imn ounce let out the fact 1 1 11 h one morning the Footman came up to the Little panelled boudoir where Nelly und her Friend were sitting saying that or. Mowbray was in the parlor our solicited a private interview with the former. Nelly Rose at once for she fore boded what was coming and was Only too glad to have this Early Opportunity of stopping attentions which had become unendurable to her. Or. Mowbray evidently embarrassed that in the fall Nelly via to pay a visit to an unusual thing for him. 3ut he rallied an old schoolmate in i Ludelphia miss and came directly to the purpose of his Mary Stanley. A cried the visitor and his face flushed with pie sure. I am so delighted. I have the h nor to know miss Stanley. You will be site at Home in her he added Bow ii to Nelly for it is by Cooj Nion consent the most cultivated in the Nelly bowed coldly. 3cr old distrust in the speaker had revive d again. Thro All the polish of his Man Ier and in spite of his deferential Admir lion she recon scent rude upon As he was accustomed laughingly to Call the sketch of the child and then for Tho moment he would won Der what had become of the original but except on these rare occasions Lio never even thought of her. Not so with the child herself. Nellie Bray was a poor orphan the daughter of a decayed gentleman who after her father s death had been adopted by a mater Nal Uncle living on a wild Upland farm among the Allegra uses. Her childhood from her earliest recollections had been i u mrio. This nut free life Hud Given her the springy step and Ruddy Cheek which had attracted the Young attention but it had failed to satisfy the higher Aspira Tion s of her nature had been born in her blood and which came of generations of antecedent culture. The first occasion on which these higher impulses had found congenial food was Chen she Hud met the Young artist. She car ried the sketch Home and would never part with it. His refined intellectual face haunted All her Day dreams. From that hour a new element entered into her life she become conscious thai there were other people beside the Dull plodding ones with whom her lot had been Cost j she aspired to Rise to the level of such All her Leisure hours were spent in studying gradually through her influence her us Cle s household grew More and More re fined and finally her Uncle himself be came ambitious for Nelly and As he and no children consented at his wife s in treaty to Send the Young girl to a first Clasa boarding school. At eighteen the barefooted Rustio whom the Young artist Hac sketched had dawned into a Beautiful and accomplished woman carried off the High est prize at school was the Belle of the country town near which her Uncle s pus sessions Lay. For meantime that Uncle had been growing Rich like most prudent Farmers partly from the judicious invest ments of his savings. But in spite of her Many suitors Nelly had never seen a face that appeared to her half so handsome As the Manly one of the Young artist whose kind gentle words and manner eight years before had lived in her since. Often after a Brilliant company where she had been Queen of the evening she herself wondering in her chamber if she could Ever see that face again. Freyou going to the Ball next said one of Nelly s friends to her. They say it is to be Tho. Most splendid affair we have Ever bad. brother tells me that or. Mowbray the eloquent lawyer from Philadelphia who is in the great wiil Case Here a o be i expect to was the answer. But or. Mowbray being there wont be the in of you Are so Beautiful you can afford to be indifferent. But All the othe Girla Era dying at the very thought. The Ball came off and was really Superb. Or. Was there too with All his laurels. The great will which had agitated the country for to Many months had been concluded that very she had shrunk instinctively when a child. During the interview is e was civil but no More. She could not however avoid being Beautiful nor could she help speak ing with the intelligence and spirit which always characterized her conversation and so or. Mowbray went an a More in love than Ever. A few months later Nelly domiciled for the Winter in Philadelphia. Hardly had she change her Travelis Drefs when her Friend can e Irto her Ruhaut Ber. I want you in i y or prettiest to said miss Stanley for i expect a crowd of beaux and Snong them or. Mowbray the Brilliant to ing lawyer and or. Harvard. The f met von. Orr Usu j v mul i Beauty. The latter woo is the great artist and very critical Laup is at his Friend s enthusiasm end says he d Jet you re Only a common rustic with sheiks like peonies. So i wish you to convert he Only a Commil said Nelly to herself heartily avid she resolved to be As Beautiful As possible. Penavs too there was a half formed resolve to Brit a Tho of fender to Hei feet in Rev Ige. A great Surprise a Iii d her. When she entered the in Wing 13om, that even ing the first stranger is c saw was the identical Clarence who h j painted her As a barefooted Little girl a id then for the first time it flashed upon or that this was the great artist who had s Oken contemptuously of her charms. Ii to notion proved Correct for miss Stanley immediately advancing presented the Sti anger to her As or. Harvard. A glance nto his face re assured Nelly of Bis ident to and satisfied her tha he bad not Reco sized her rofl then she turned away after n haughty Courtesy to receive the i Sci felicitations of or. Mowbray. There were conflicting Eeling Sot Warin her bosom that evening. All her old Romance about Clarence was warred upon by her indignation is a Belle at his slighting remarks and it Bis preset for to had made no Atte up to improve his introduction but left her entirely to the crowd of other be us prominent whom was or. Piqued and excited Nelly was even More Beautiful and witty than usual. Ltd Ein the evening she consented at miss Stanley s request to play and sing. She first dashed off some Brilliant Waltzes the a played bits of a few operas and at Lei at or. Mow Bray s solicitation Sung several few persons had such a by a pathetic voice and Clarence vrho was p Mission lately find of Musio Drew near fascinated. After and Are Yesu e the news is Bonnia act others which bad been Asker for Clarence said and May i too ask Foi my favorite she answer a with the least bit of banter. What in it of 1 too sad perhaps of so Gay a com Pany the lord of the i hardly dare Hope you la it was her favorite also and her voice singing True visit which was As Nelly had suspected to tender her his heart and . He was proceeding in a Strain of High flown compliment when Nelly said with an impatient wave of her head he looked his astonishment. Many years ago i answered you the same question which you now he coloured up to the temples. I surely do not he then said to be made s jest neither do i make a jest of you. Do you not know me i never saw you till this you saw me eight years ago. You and a Friend were of a pedestrian you met a Little barefooted girl whom your Friend made a sketch of and whom you jeered at and then and rising she made b mock Courtesy for she saw she was now recognized i am cob webs at your service the Discor fitted suitor never forgot the looks of disdain with which Nelly Courte sied to him. His mortification was not lessened when on leaving the House Clarence in the door Steps. He tried in vain to assume tin indifferent aspect but he Felt that he had failed that i rival suspected his rejection. The Mariposa Cal Gazette tells the following laughable anecdote a Democrat of the grand River Valley not often seen in Church recently attended b methodist prayer meeting. Vav e shall cull him Squiggle by Way of concealment. In c Short time his countenance lost its usual Jolly look and he became oblivious of the solemnities going on around Kim and was plunged in a profound reverie Over the recent defeat of his party in Maine which he had been discussing that morn ing. As he reflected Bis face naturally elongated and his jul dropped. Noticing his serious Aud solemn look and not remembering Ever to have seen him before one of the Brethren took him to be a stranger of n religious turn of mind and leaned Over his Bench Aud remarked these Are refreshing sea a brother sons.1 Squiggle gazed vacantly at the speaker and groaned inwardly sued the brother Purl is Good to be Squiggle still absorbed groaned Guin. In reverie. A brother do you often think of your future at the word state the eyes of our democratic Friend Hist their dreamy look and his jaw clashed into place like a rat trap. State to exclaimed bringing Down his clenched fist on the Back of Bis ques Bench with an emphasis that Toner s Start d the worthy brother greatly h it s gone Black Republican by 000 6f the Chicago Democrat says a Short time since a Man went to an Intelli gence office in this City and stated that he wanted to obtain a wife. This being a very laudable want be was informed that he could be accommodated. A then stated that he was a menu of considerable wealth to did not want a girl who would marry him Forhia Money he was going to pretend to be poor and to need a servant Girt to do certain work about his House. He wanted the Intelli gence Man to pick him outa Good looking girl and Send her to his House and if he entered. Instead of the her trim. Pliant saucy Tormentor she became the conscious trembling woman. Clarence who had longed for yet dreaded this interview took courage at once arid in a few Manly words eloquent with emotion Laid his Fortune at his Nelly s feet. Poor Nelly Felt More like crying with Joy than anything else. But a Little of the old saucy spirit was still left in her. She thought she owed it to her sex not too surrender too easily and so she said archly glancing up it Clarence do you know or. Harvard whom you ire proposing to i am no heiress no High born City Only let me see what was it Only a common country and she Rose Aud courtesies to Linin. For heaven s Sake Don t bring that foolish speech up against me he cried passionately trying to take her hand. 1 have repented it a thousand times daily since the unlucky moment i was betrayed into saying it. Do me the Justice to believe that i never meant to be per Jit. Ried her be would p gun was made and a Good not avoid Bug Liing liked her after trial As a servant to would the sending of the p ii 5? mow looking girl was sont to his House. He did like her Aad soon married her. But he refused to pay the other 87, and for this a suit was brought yesterday before Justice Dewolf. A judgment was Given for the sum claimed and it was paid. Apple tree Borer. Having been very much annoyed with that pest of Apple growers the Borer i have for so onetime past been experimenting a several for the purpose of ridding myself if possible of the nuisance. I tried whale Oil soap in solution at the rate of one Pound of soap to a gallon of water and applied it to the Butts of the Trees with tolerable but not Complete i nest tried an application of soft soap with results not so satisfactory. I then resolved to try what virtue there was in Potash. Dissolving one Pound of Potash of Commerce in a gallon of water i applied it As i had done the Whaita Oil soap to the Butts of. The Trees. The application was made in the Spring before Tho leaves had put Forth. I used s. Mop or Swob for the purpose rubbing the misture Well into the bark. The effect was not Only the destruction of the Borer Well then i will say nothing More of that matter. But this is Only a whim of yours. How is it that having known me so Long you Only now discover my known you so Long yes demurely. Know you for eight Good heaven 1" he cried suddenly Bis whole face lighting. How Blind i have been Why did i not see before you said Nelly As she took the words out of his Mouth her Olio in face sparkling with glee and she Drew off and another sweeping Courtesy. Before she had recovered herself How Ever a pair of Strong arms were around her for Clarence divined now he was loved. Nelly Alt along bad half secret tear that when her editor knew Tho past Ai in e might not he so willing to marry the j the Albany Arvut to peaking of Lincoln s say to do not envy these gentlemen their Mission abroad. What do their represent tha american name the Republican principle a great and powerful nation f no but confederacy broken by Folly Sod fanaticism and an administration which dares ant be National an is too bigoted to dissent and .00 feeble to assert authority. These gentle men go abroad to represent the of the Republic and to encounter tit Covert and the mock sympathy of our enemies and the won Dering interrogator Iea of those who Lare believed in the Power of Man for self Yot Erna Cut Anc. Have been accustomed to cite a As a proof and illustration of Sneir Creed what humiliating petitions the my fur is the present Terri tories Era concerned Tho matter is settled. Some of it i and Lorae of it is slave. The Law of nature trill Raj Ulata it. Soil and climate must decide the question. But we told that we get other territory and that to should lose our in this a of the Young girl who was sitting before a blazing fire being asked that wan the matter claimed hysterically i was just thinking supposing i get a t Wai dreadful Banner. I Ackmon in Washington a the Are singular Capa for they Are All talk cars. They walk to the White House they walk to the Capitol they walk to i he Navy Yard the walk to they walk the a re due All Day and then walk to a bait and walk Home and Tike another walk after get there to straighten their Lega Buforo going to bed. Such chaps Are Good for Shoemakers but a poor set for the Back men. One of these Prairie of Cheui hey say can walk Down an Nock in Washington. Oxe More cure for hydrophobia. Saxon Ferster named now of Tho venerable age of eighty two unwilling to take to grave with him a secret of so much Alue and importance made Publio i i the Leipsic journal Tho Means which to hag used for fifty years and wherewith i to affirms he he Rescue Many human beings nod from tha fearful death of hydrophobia. Take immediately vinegar or water Wash the wound clean therewith then dry of Thiu fms Arimo destroy the prison of the saliva by which Means the latter is naturalized. But also of All other oar Apple Trees. Insects which infest weather would like to know in Advance what kind of a season we Aro to have and How it will effect the crops. Or. Thomas Shaw meter Loisl of Crawford county Wisconsin has been taking observations and makes the follow ing predictions for the month of during the greater part of this month we May look for a continuance of much wind and at times cold rain sleet or Snow and most Likely All three. The last week we May expect electrical a Tuby Clouds with Hail storms occasionally and Thunder Here and there. Storms a divers places May of expected on or about the 8th, 17th and 25th, the last named Day Hail. said mrs. Dog Burn to her daughter you should not hold your dress so very Ligh in crossing the then replied the Maiden Bow shall i Ever show the Beauty of my flounced pact lets that have almost a noted my eyesight to sure i Don t care at All if All the beaux do look at Hera the Young 1m" y gave a kind of Arch look of or her left shoulder. Mrs. Do Bury then went on about the sin of vanity and the Beauty of decorum Aud retired to her chamber. Information of Horace fair Man who left his Home at Prairie a Sac Sauk co., Wisconsin on the 8th of Venber last and Bat not been heard from since. He be t Home with a Grey team and a buggy. He is about 43 tears of age five feet eight or nine inches High Haa Blus eyes Brown Hiir and whiskers. And in formation respecting Bis will be thankfully received by his wife who has been confined to her bed Ever since left Home. Direct to Carolina Fairman Prairie do Sac Sauk Wisconsin Bare footed girl As the Brilliant Belle but All this was now gone. Two months later there was a Gay wed bal of much to Day Ding at St. Marks. A month after that a bring to Light something new in the liquor bridal pair returned from the wedding business and is a fair illustration of what slightly trembled As she began. From j tour drove up to a handsome House in one j people in the Western states Are throwing this or some cause she s no themes eve of the most fashionable streets in Philadel themselves outside of.1 in Ahe had never Sung then before As Clarence led Nelly through the when the had finished he eyes were full rooms in which his perfect taste was seen she would Haye Given much to everywhere she gave Way to exclamation and been decided in favor of Hia Oli-1of ent. No inc i peach As or. Mowbray. I bad face but she could after cd curation of Delight. It m end Eyer Bepo i herself to look us and partly to j at last they reached a Uny boudoir Fez the court-borj.6. Its alternate conoe.1 her enso Feii by by a sudden que widely carpeted and curtained. A Jet Tod argument carried the jury by that they hid Given Rediat without Learng the Young Law yer at tint Ball like a hero Freab from the Bat sle Field. A. Hundred eyes followed Hundred fair a Naomi beat quickly he approx shed. Bat he Taw Only in that Brilliant Assembly and it Wai Nelly. Her Graceful form reeled she he devoted he the room and to. Her almost excl Ooi ild Tif Thalia we Iozip Oliie Ibe truck into them i trere of la nobody there had even before realized the full raped of that Laddell Moat Flea Tifi 1 Dirge. Even tha jewfish heart of i. W Job Raj was affected. When the last bord bad died away he via the first pc speak and he pro film in admiration a id trunk a. But Eik Renoe Taid nothing. Nelly last looked towards him and s a that eyes lad been dim a Well Ai her Ojo. She Felt we to 3, most eloquent of icbms Simants. Aid from that hour for to his for Baring called Ker Toutant of Gas burning in a Alabaster vase Dif fused a soft Light through the room. A solitary picture Hung on the Walls. It was the original sketch of her eight years before now very elegantly framed. The tears gushed to belly s eyes and she threw herself into s arms. A How i Pivo she cried. Nobody who Seea that picture its origin. It is too sacred a. Thing for either Nelly to allude but it pm Only the other Day that a celebrated Iea Dei of it Ilion said to a per name or. Havird w for Bride in Aej body a Taan was indicted in new York a few clays since on a charge of the larceny of 35150 Forth of american Champagne. For the defence a Workman in the Champagne establishment was examined and teeti6ed that it was made of turnip this turnip juice was in ado to. Sparkle by Gas made from vitriol and Marble dust and then labelled Champagne. The prisoner was in acquitted As turnip juice could not to although vitriol and Marblo were added to it. The Daoa tur i Magnet it responsible Fol following has addressed some Versei to the president elect n which he advises him go Forth naked w Don t do it. Old Abe. Kill the legitimately if you old Bat Don t scare to tub tricks or which in in pure state is not expo site has recently been adulterated by dealers with Camp Hernand other Obea substances making it explosive. Several Loci Denta hire recently happened in Conse Quence causing injury Aud even the effect of Luch unscrupulous conduct in dealers Wil. Be to discredit kerosene and Ciure its disuse by any person who has a regard for his acct str. Is a fact Worth knowing if True s. Morgan of Warren county. Indiana writes that seed from the butt end of a ear of Corn will Ripon its product All at the same time end some three weeks earlier than the seed from the Little end of the same it. He recommends Farmer always to break their teed Corn in two in Tho Middle and use the butt end Only for to. Showman lately created quite sensation by painting a common lion Jet Blaek and exhibiting him in Vari Ous cities. We never before Beard of the English making a Ilu Lcy of e lion Tho they Are much in the habit of miking a lion of Dar

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Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

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