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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - August 13, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioA a of c1nc1n 18,1852. That stood 01 volume 1. 1 of the Temperance Reform published every Friday y by Caleb Clar Khan Franklin printing House. V Tehi if. A Vav Quot i i ugh sigh eel did >>1�,. .-.01 50 of ten Aud ,.v. I 0 a Law re tip Iii Niu to lie in it it a Tomii its Willii the Cash and Ujj old omit d. Postage paid to a Ca Deb Clarea hex pair to in Looe t cd Neil inti 0, lib to he Tsih Wii Oik evening 1 i a a a rain cd puss whore in tot a. V tags Pate. I the a i my i it talking Hen an aged Woi juin mate. A the Frost it of Igo in on her it a j a Timu Ovi in Iier Eye a it / a a j and her a Bent shit fro. Rokad Aliu Hecotr a Elk ugly the Frost of ago was on hcrimiw., yet Garf Tomp her a Tongue of tis. V a red a the doings ugh Quot with the Quot w Hen she vhf Young. When a Pitt voting voting Gal were Meek and looked rom id kind of shy and when they were comp lied to speak the did so to Oder us to they staid at tote und did the work made Indian bread Ano who Alca. And Only w e it to Ai Ngit it a Sel tool Tut d inn teunies a to cd tits meeting to and children were obedient then Mihov Lead no hanging at the Yard Arm almost. Some time in inc summer of 184�?having oct Hsioh to go to the North fro i a lha Kjeston Ami the in Xvi it Short trip l y sen would by it an agreeable change Arpin tin heat and dust of i took. Up adage a a the Brig Ellen . I win the . A the vessel indeed w As a Traer trader not a Deakin and ter Tbs a of travellers. Had provided my Elf with a few,.books but Timidi Reading when one has it Othitis. Else to do Ivah weariness to the flesh \ r a of Friar i had exhausted the conversational Powers of the Captain and mate a Al it was aces foil we to go Forward among the men listening to then yarn sometimes taking a part at them myself. One warm a Mien driven from the a amp a eigai1, and i rolling of Waid yes taking a part it i pleasant night Tori the Cabin in the com ing _. Bind Force of vermin foul odor and smoke i 1 igl Itera i in the forecastle seated or rather stretched Kihyet of upon a Quantity of to be rigging that wait gathered into a Heap finder the weather bulwarks where r Puld either a Termito the men. Or Eoannu Ute undisturbed with my. My 4�ii Reze front a a bought. There was a Fine fresh pro the southward Ami Westward. Every thing we set that would draw and the Crew were Saury jars a ,. Bur Juil a Quot what their Mother to say their Urayani hot now Altay Sythey know said Aimi Ldar id enough before they a a know their letter Sand Young ones Lilal Van liar Day walk f will a outrun dwt their he tors. A a Young Monifo Trow go sit a no round and looking out for Henius. S f. Y i s a and scarcely one in ten is fro it i i who Nytuk or a �., mends her clothes. V t rut the of t Diu Trbic f a a folks Don t do of they d Oag Litver t they Trad dote they do. V Why Don t do a they a o ugh Lor a i of a when i was Young if a Man had fish Dho shut up House and Hall and Nevey ventured out till night if to ventured ,. Out at All it f a and his wife sold Itu her a buy Ptack and ids son. Came Home from College. ?. And his gab left school in Rel lined to w a it i a tid Hake and such like a do wlm de a y they gave up cake and pumpkin pies and Frad the nearly All on deck lounging on in Alp nit the wind Tsa. And telling stories True a Iuit Igi it nary Fil their past lives Little of Feirt Iotov versa Uoo however Attr Arteil Iny  �tu-.utiot�,-Unfil my ear was caught by the word Quot that 4 a not a bad yarn boys hut la Van spin a Zirafet ter Oik a were any of you Ever Bung a a thu uhf no nor you either Thon Ilyo bin in no ilk Uger of Ever j,,\�?T4. V a a w Elt i came so rear hanging Emce that any of. Von would be Greener than a fresh Ai ter guard in no a if you would have Given a quid is Feracco by a Ftp Bop of having a anything to stand upon half air emf longer., hero there was a Goya Era Ilet and to a to the speaker for his a a a it a while the Ihen gut i tied More Elo Selv around i in r1 my of to who Brig was that Ned i Aquira one of his auditors. A a that a the fist you be said about any Sueh a a they Call a the the place aboard shy where prisoners Are confined. In a frigate it is generally on the starboard Side of the , Beta eau the two Forward gun it 1 w As slowed away there with Ituna on my wrist and angles under the guard of a Marine whose duty to walk bilk ant Rorth picking i Teeth with Faia, and to she that 1. Had no talk with and of the men. There s Ito great hardship in this confinement in fact it a fellow is Lazy he can have rather a Good time of it he has no work to do and can sleep All Day if he chooses and his mess mates will generally lend him jackets enough to make a comfortable bed. Then he can see every thing that a going on and can hear All the talk of the men though he a a not allowed to put his own oar into the water. A \ a the Steerage officers to a come Forward to the bridle wart to smoke Airt a hinge , y Arne air to l be heard Many a Good a joke and Many a a he Al la ugh in the Rig whoa they thought 1 was Lateep. But a fellow gets ired so fit after am Hitaf though it s too ranch of h Good thing when it lasts a month. A a 1 supposed t was in for a round dozen at the Gingway. And expected a very Dav when the Captain came aboard that 1 should be take it up to the Mast. But they had no idea of letting to oif so easy. They wanted somebody ,1-0 make an. Example of 1. Suppose and they wanted to gut up something out of the regular course for a a Little excitement for it was rather stupid fun lying at Anchor All summer in the Harbor building a Dyke of beef Bones round the ship. We Kulil t get Agron red though pm our own Bones As they say of the Flag ships before us did. A a a a Well aft i r a w Hile 1 found hut that instead of flogging me and setting me to work i Ati Init of Gaz att Pever asked of a a Fca Liotine to1 Toj and scarcely weal to 111 Oti i in w the Man but was a Noi erupt cafe a Dwa Kinder a hooped ,. A. A a and Hanily a red to Slio w his be and among hrs town folks Theu. Hutz nowadays when a ipe Restant fails they say he a Makos a Pepay a. A a has wife Donl have a gown the i Siuty Hie it Ailigh of ter just As Many. A Ltd a a his sons Utey smoke their Choice cigars. Airt a a Youfe Tabeli a of Fly wine a a and Dobs to us Sruti xxi us Ham folks to t to was he a walks the trivet he my Van nil to men a in a him All tit Wiaz. \ and what in i Lay called Rotare arc sow called Maat mix. They Call toe me Proa Revatt who Rai Pigal the City a it la it dats to who i by Raje a the pity. A a. A a but there i Tell my daughter. Folks done to do As Thoyl Stongh is. Again they a were going to have a to tried by to court martial did no to i a to nip tie under my i confound edly a ick of a a with nothing to do but to think that 1 was half glad when it did conic a thing unusual was Over my head for Fauzy that a la Ite a of Dot fora fellow Stendig a Smail Chance of get. Of Clear Fig Koch a Case with All hands alter., ,. Own Mir him like a Fleet of whale boats after a Timber also aug que itch and having Dir Neil Wal tin Rio stay. Over towards life in class upon which he was sitting and settled myself a comfortably As circumstance would. Admit of upon my rope Couch listened to Tito following tide. The speaker w How went yet a. A a a a a a Ltd a Ned a was a Middle aged Bat muscular �ffb.ii,&Quot whom of Hhd let Rford observed an India thug in hit countenance and More gip Cratl than in four Dot to Leeoin i Dhoti Ruskof lie May Bave been Dri it Nelly educated for a higher sphere than that to which his vices perhaps had reduced hip. It is Verv Poi a a Hll Ulso t hut Fais know ledge of the fact Quot that he had be for an auditor Modi a fied in some mean use his Mode of express chg himself. His narrated Lurt fever a thickly it typed with Oatly a which a regard for the j dish vols Ami re spent for taste of the j readers of til a paper a Udo a a no go Oil a 5 t have glad for Iii Unica a can oils inuit Tel a Kite it anted of the ship in which and of the of j fiefs is hiding whom the events narrated out cur red. It. Ned a yarn. A raft. To officers All join their Heads together Ere and nth i Coy Mott cause and have every thing of and dried before hand. Thick neg of the court is an officer and the lawyers Are ref Fitas and the i to Maser any a a a a turf the other Side is one poor Devil of a Seaman who is accused of assaulting an what Carf ii expect except to go dead of a Ward a a when the time came round they got their court together is the Cabin and figs taken in to hear the charges As they called them. There they All sat round both sides of the Long table As solemn As Parsons w Ith the Commodore at the head for a Bishop. 1 Don tf�mem-1>c� Horn Long the thing lasted but it was 8ev-i a it Days for As Ivory question and answer had to in written Down Thev made slow headway. They got through at fast however and a was Ifft. At peace in the Brig go was Uvea 80 far. 1 did t know what decision i Heyi Oad Job inc to bit i knew it wa�, me or else i shout Illiac been inf to that however was just w hat i had made up ind to beforehand so 1 did no to my Jimd to Belore Fiauu so i an t worry �?�7 you know sip mates that 1 have Ceu in i myself about it. It was a Good while before i Uncle Sam s service it was when 1 j found out Vinit the sentence Sun a they had wearing his livery that 1 came so near being j to Send Oil the documents to Washington and taught a new lesson on the tight rope. 1 was to wait for an answer and All that time there Nghin a. Iuliu not on Gtyler Deni mrs ii. By Damn Ivy 46 mme my when 1 was Young Cuma was Quot cum by it had n other name i aboard the old frigate on the Miest i it a data. Station though the greater part of our crusing Eoas isted to. Gunning up and Down Pensacola Harbor Between the Navy Yard. Aul the town. We were the Flag ship. You see a a we staid snug in port and sent out the sloops to do All the work. The Captain was a Goodenough sort of a Matt for anything that i i Row we never a much of him. In fact the Captain of a Man of who do a it t have i much to do with the management of things f and. Flu a est he me , bettor if Olgen i orally him it All. To the Firat Jieu Tennaut. If i tin Slipper inner Fri with the first Luff he Down on the it on to the will ride it Aid when Iwaya proved , he had to w ill save i dignity by coming do a Bear the mime. A. A a a watch .officers.1 old it try will Para i they called the Man the a tule a Ihms Fiir a reefers and Tito in their torn w wasted no m Fei ii put rough shod Over the of thu so that Jack gets in ramp the worst of it at la stat but if the first officer they did not make a repro Balo Ihu in cafe of song i happens to be a 1 Al tar Lump Elf look out Fop and Story As if the glory and Hen. A murder a the murderer find Thor hit a a a his i Bat nowadays set tells. That a Gli there a no getting away As his a Todd if Frt it re Gaiter we Raj from him a knows everything on in the ship from the Gulf rail to the Figuro the murderer luts our sym Alln propert soued to his guilt. And what the Law has proved a Man to be a second Cota a dozen jurors will be found to bring him in and then petitions will be signed ant texts of scripture Nunt until the wan who a proved to Boas blood thirsty As nero., a will walk abroad like other Tuout Only a groan.1 r hero. F a but Diere j toil by daughter a j Don t do it a they daughter they had not Ough lec do As they do r Why Don t they do is i hey Doughty a. / Jauntia ots in Amyx Putnam a a letter from Amsterdam in the Boston. Transcript Gays. Are dragged Over the pavement in Amsterdam on wooden sledges and there is a curious vehicle still in use which has no where else a counterpart. If on a Fine Summers Day a gentleman were to ride up Washington Street in a coach without a coach Box but placed upon wooden runners with the Driver walking by its Side and occasionally throwing a greased rag under the runners to Kimmish the friction Fie would probably have a Voluntad a and highly enthusiastic escort of the Youthful portion of the Community and be. Looked upon a a a a for on insane Asylum. Yet this is precisely the vehicle that sues squeaking along the streets of Amstey am. It is literally a very slow coach. I the Well fed steeds who draw it should be frightened and run away they might attain a a peed of six or eight Miles an hour but dutch horses Are Seldom guilty of any such Irr leg Tilori a. Ties. A a r a j. to sit on to sofa Between two pretty girls one with Black eyes Jet ringlets and Rosy Cheeks the other with soft Blue eyes sunny ringlets and red Cheeks and lips and both laughing at Yon at the same we know of nothing More trying to one unless it be to have both a ruts Elbow deep in the leg of your Trowser i anus dough and a Flea up the it loons in the heat of stun mar. Glom a opt by a head and yet to to find his spoon in Jour soup when you think in tic Ward room. A a i a Well that a the tort of mid Adji amp a in the old frigate and the rest of t to offices caught his disease. The worst of it was there was i lot of youngsters in the Steerage not much longer thah a Monkey Tail babies who ought not to have been out of sight of their mothers who were allowed to order about like dogs Mem old enough to be their grand fathers and who knew As much in one Day As they did. In a month. Here the speaker wandered from his Story to enlarge upon the abuses attendant upon the practice of giving authority Over old acumen ? boys of from fourteen to sixteen years of age in which discussion his hearers took part with a considerable degree of Euthul Siam some boosted rather Volo Rousky that they would act thus or thus in certain supposed Bis t Ned Cut them Short by tolling them with More de Isiora than Courtesy that they were a pack of Bow and had bettor Quot wait Quot until they smelt powder before bragging How Well they could stand fire. Of Jgr having discharged their surplus indignation they called upon him to continue jus Story. A i Wasny to brought to be kicked and cuffed about and never could learn to take it quietly. When a Man strikes me 1 am Apt to Jet him have it Back and i generally give him his full change too. So i got the character among the officers of being a surly insolent sort of a fellow who would not work Well in the bar Uchs until 1 had been broken in by the cats. A a Well one Day when i was Cook of our mess one of the chaps spilt some grease on the deck and one of the midshipmen happened to see it and told me to scrape it up. I did no to do it to suit him and he called me Hack and set me at it again and gave me a cursing for grumbling f did no to hold my Tongue a he ordered me to so he hit me Over the head with his hand. 1. Started up and before 1 had time to think where 1 was i up with my fist to strike him Back. But you see i had that cursed Cuifo in my hand that 1 was scraping the deck with and if j had hit him 1 Don t believe he would Ever have had a strap on his shoulder. But two or three fellow jumped on me and before i got my wits Well about me i was in the Brig in double Irons was no fun in having nothing to do hut to calculate How Many dozen i should have to take. I tried to get some Clew from the reefers Wetyen they Canto Forward but they were As uitime As qua Kef and. 1 reckon did t know any More about it than i did. It came at last though and Wasny to 1 taken Flat Aback then what do you think the upshot of the matter was a by they had a Nade but that i meant to kill the youngster if i had t been Prev quoted and they nod me to or Hung from the Yardar till i was dead a a Jack knife and they had got i to put his fist to this in Block and White a Large As life.�?�. A avast there. Ned fait they hang that fore passage in i knew Sone Ling on a the Momin could hear sawing an hammering and a cry few minute somebody would coins Down to the Yeoman for one thing and another that i knew it tvs a Well As if they had told to was wan fed for building my scaffold. There was of a tilings Quot too among the men that want natural where two or three Hundred arc together it showed that something was going on that they Diu a to like to talk about Tabard the Bell a Trike every half hour that morning Tou May be pretty sure of t hate and t he Hall hours grew rather Short after breakfast. About ton 0 Toek the Par soil name Down and had a longer Sermon than usual to preach and As i was Protty quiet mulch it 1 reckon Joe thought 1 was cutting nil right. Well at of fast a of Levit. Bells want struck Ait 1 the Quot a a Imit a wer called. Thinks f to this is the last time my by it it youth a mar those whistles now my kit the Moat of it a and 1 did Lor they ring ii my tars now not As i heard them then. Ana Tyau see old Brown Oue of the boy in a nates a tot As 1 saw him in my fund s e4yi then�?1 see him any other Way As he name Forward on the Larboard Side of the gun deck with to Silver. Pipe his Mouth one Eye squinted up and one Cheek puffed out. I could always Tell his Call for he bad % Way of winding off the it with a Peculiar twist that be Bose a himself could t imitate. Then there won a Rush of the men fore and aft for a minute As they ran up the ladders and thru we it it still 1 hear nothing but the beating of my heart. The Marine stood a if he was a wooden Soldier looking up the Hatch and listening and a couple of men. Who were sick list and not at rang enough to go Era the gun tuck had crawled to the toot of the Mam Hatch ladder on the birth deck. And were sitting there like ghosts a axing up into the Day Lighta after a few a minutes i heard the Cabin door of the spar Zoek open and then shut Agam. A tar Hod come out. Then was Given and repeated in Topes so to a Soto met. To Oulu Eto Ough Wlton it was for the next began to come Dow u the Todd a. They were coming Down for me i coated every Stop. I knew when the foot was placed upon the combines of the Muir Hatch it made a different soon from the Thio boards. Them i counted the Steps again Down to the berth deck and along the deck to the fore passage ladder a and then the whole Man As he stood before Foi y the sergeant of the manages followed him. J the Oldie Riou duty was released from i Post 1 a humid need him no longer. A. �?o1 had been Dre cd. Up for the occasion a clean frock coat and Trow Seriin acid now my arms were tied behind me and a White Cap was put Oil my head.tft�. Could be drawn Over my eyes and then a the master at arms on the one Side and the sergeant of marines of the other i was marched up through the empty and silent decks to the main Mast. As 1 pent up 1 took a last look at the two guns Between which 1 had spent Many a pleasant hour around our mess table they seemed like old friends and if 1 had t been Quot an hauled of playing the fool 1 who Aid have been glad to Stop Long enough to give them one hug for Good but in a getting sentimental my lads that i stood on i knew was fixed in some Way j so that if Woodd drop and let me fail through Quot but i could t set How that a done. J7 Quot a a a now my fide fellow Quot if Yop want to know How a a fan feels in such a Case As that just Fahey yourself if you ran Standu g of that trap with nothing Quot but a bit of rattling stuff to Holti it up your arms tied behind ton ten fathoms of water under you and a rope round your neck to hold you up in ease you should happen to fall through if that Cord had broken away. 1 should t have been Here now telling the Story. The., Mas ter at arms did t a like to Trust to it for he took Good care not to put his foot upon the i though his Arm Iund i neck were free. V a a a a i i a. Ray a. He went aft and a every thing eur wac to aug end it last Aud Fol the Parsons Pruff. He West aft and Tocu the Cap was draft do in Over my face d the Parsons n the a i was dra and then 1 heard the matter a Ria rms Gog Pwu Tho ladder of the deck and a. Left alone a Good heavens How still every thing was. I might Hove been alone in the world for any thing that 1 could see or hear. 1 knew tha it three Tim Tod and fifty men were within a few Yards of me All took in g of me perhaps As i stood there in the Broad Sun ought. T knew that twice As Many More were look Gou from Over the bulwarks and through the ports of the half dozen a four ships that were moored Aroi Tud us. I knew that Twenty spy glasses were pointed at me from All their Quarter decks Aud a Many More probably from the houses in Shore. I knew that the Quot Broad Pennant was flying a gayly As Eves at the Mas j head and tac old Aultee Bunting Atli the Gaff .1 knew there was life All around me but the Only evidence 1 had of it was the motion of a number 80. Cram the Albany state scene at the Steamboat Landing. There Are Lively tiny Etc among the a a Urup Nero of the opposition Day boats a arly these Fine Morii bugs. 1�?Tcopic who have a fancy for1�?T Reading fare chapters in the Large and inter. A sting volume of human a hire May be a a Cash moated by spending Ltaif an hour it the new Steamboat Landing or at the foot of. Hamilton Street Between 6 am 7 o clock,-a., in. A four True runner is an a Quot old stick a a a ape Quot Jufiar. unlike All the a rest of Naii Rindy Gene rally Plum a always Lively and energetic and Ever charged to the muzzle with the most intense regard for the welfare and baggage of Ever a Mart woman and child a a who May he intent upon perpetrating a Jour Lucy fue moment he is cursing the a a oppose Tiomi runner Ami apparently ready and willing to throw him into the Dock add the next he is one vast unbroken smile politely retailing to a Chance customer with a carpet bag in Dati dog a Heap fare of a Bur a. T ?T a a a we will by i humid the pal fade like and Cap fare of a a or for the pastime of the thing we w a follow the Fortune of this Niaud with to per pet hag till he gets off for new York he want to go no mistake about that and he desire Tong of As cheaply As possible. The boats advertised Are the a Reindeer and the a Henry clays a fare 50 cents by each. Reindeer rap her meet him pretty Well up Broad was k i a a a a a Al i let indeed runner a a oium to new York sir a it y t Chupet Bey s my intention a take the Reindeer &j1v- smartest boat in creation fare Only of cents. A % done to Yeou do no sic i r , the slight Breeze Aero a my Licek and the Ripple of the tide As it ran Afong the ships Side under the scaffold it was delightful to know that the wind and the sea were not Thiu. Sir if you Valle your it i a but this did no to last Long after a minute a . not. Sir or two 1 heard a step it was the Marine at the j c. , the Reindeer has a astion of by Intje my ashore and blowing up about every Dav that s All. Besides Tseytl Char lower Cabin door. ? heard him walk to the foot of the after ladder come up two or three j the Hatch and t _ targe you step until his head was above the Hatch and a $1 Whin Yon git aboard. Entry toy 90 then sing opt a weight Bells a did no to i stiffen cents not cent Mort a splendid boat air myself j Felt a if 1 to turned into Iron a j 750 fact Tong new this summer and the tallest forty horses have doubled me up 1 was ready and now i a thought to a Why the done to they strike the a Hells a you May not believe it my lads but i was wjy�3 me wait to fun t at Ritek. Instead of it i heard siae one come Forward heard him mount the ladder. And knew he was alongside of me on the scaffold i knew he was talking or Reading though Jar hat he was saying dido to know and 1 diag to carers for i had never suspected the whole thing was going to turn out a Flash in the pan after a but it did for the next tiling i knew i was Down on the inn deck again and the men were crowding round me shaking hands and wishing me Good Luck and a Long Rife to enjoy it. It was Boyne time before i got Ray wits about me enough to unde staud that i had a been pardoned and. That this was what had been read to me on the scaffold. So i Wasu Quot to Hung shipmates hut i never want of come quite so hear if again. A a so they did ail that to frighten you into the service for mean my Todo a thing when he does t do it you did t i or did you does t do it you Didu tevet strike the reef Quot no i Phlp t. But bless your heart a court martial aboard hip can hang a Man for squinting at the scuttle butt if they have a lot they Call the a red Book a that they read every sunday to the ship s company on the que ter deck instead of a Sergio not a a it of see Lawa and theft Quot All begin a a if any muh shall do so and so a and then no matter what comes next whether st a sleeping five minutes of your water or blow ing up the Magazine and Captain Cook and ail hands with it every Oue ends with the same words a who shall suffer death or such other punishment As a court martial shall adjudge. A a hang me if i Ever could Sec the use of Reading the same thing o ver and Over so i con id have lumped All a articles Quot As they Call them into one and had then read. A if any Man shall do any thing contrary to rules a and Regula officers May get together in a court martial and hang him or punish him in any. Other Way they like better it would save a Good Deal of time Aud come to the same thing a but lets heave ahead with the Story or we Shane to get through before the watch is out. Quot a after they had read that precious paper to Lite and told me when i was to be Hung according to order they took me out of the brig1 and carried me Down into the fore passage. 1 thought seeing i had Only a week or two left to do up the rest of my living in they might have Given me a Chance to do it this i suppose was against the articles so they stowed me away in the worst Hole they could a i whereabouts is that fore passage Ned Quot a it s a narrow Gangway that leads into the eyes of the ship Forward of the fore hold. It divides round the foot of the fore Mast. A goes to store rooms of the Carpenter and no Aud other Forward officers. It is As dark As a hollow shot until you get used to it and the air Eduwu there is roue of the sweetest neither unless Yon like a mixture of tar paint and Bilge water. Of a a Avell there they kept me Day after Day where 1 would Sec nobody except the Marine re at the who was stationed on guard a foot of the ladder and the Yeoman who had charge of the store rooms and who always looked As if he was nude of Putty from living til the time in the dark. One other Man there was though the Parson 1 came near forgetting him. Lie used to come Down once in a while to preach to me about getting ready to swing that was fun too Wasny to it but i reckon he Diden to fancy the air in the fore Peak for he generally made Short work of it. By _ lets a top a stopper on that. A a when 1 reached the upper of go 1 found All the officers there in full togs Epa lets Aud Side arms. The men were crowded together to the Waist pud on the forecastle and the Marine were drawn up on the Larboard Side of the poop with loaded Musket. I was of Coura Ciche Centre of attraction toward which a 11 a re were turned h Hougha t he marines Point without orders any was except straight ahead 1 reckon some a Man in i of them had hard work to get their eyes straight afterwards they had Given them it he a tremendous twist to part. It we ii All was still again the in Hung they called it of the , and the approval of the president were read so that All would hear i did no to pay much attend ii to it however for 1 knew it All before an had enough to do in trying to find out How Theep Amin god things for my Jaccoi Utimio la too. _ ? 7. A a \ a a Quot to it this was no Ebay matter. I was in Pursuit of knowledge under difficulties of they said i could t Gat any information from my ers and icon Dnn to venture to show Toa Mutof curiosity a ont things behind this to fold have been disrespectful to the Gnu Teuton in Gold lace Aud Bright buttons on the Quarter deck. 1 1 had turned my Hack on them they might have flogged me first and Hung me afterwards. A i soon bad an Opportunity of examining the arrangements though for when the Reading waa rarer orders was Given to take me Forward and then i Law How thing were under the starboard fore Yard arms was a ladder leading to the top of the Hammock i pm Token up this ladder by the master at arms and then we came upon a Pine platform built in Telic the ship on a level with Tho upper rail and Large enough to hold fifteen or Twenty Tuen. On Tho outer Side of the Centre of Thia platform wan a trap door some three Good behaviour did they Quot a Jtj boat was one object 1 suppose. Another was. Togut up a bit of fun for the Squadron. It was Aathur Dull lying there in the Harbor All summer with nothing to do except to Send up to fallout Yards in the morning and Send them Down at a a a a did the person know How the thing was coming out of. A a a .�?~1 done to know hut reckon not. They said be looked As if he did t More than half like being hum bugged in that w Ltd allow was the drop fixed a Ned so of to fall at the right time Quot ,. 1 Forond out about that afterwards. It wits held up by a Cord that was led Aero a the muzzle of the Quot gun on the Gundeck under the Scal Foldi and that would have been Cut by the wad and a he gunner stood with the lock siring in his hand ready to pull As soon. As. The hell was struck. Sot should have gone off in fire and smoke Aud with a smell of Brimstone. The minds of Ned a auditors had evidently kind of feeding aboard j it 0. R. Well la gute 1 11 go along with a / a a it. wp11 take Yon for Eleuto Freud Fito to two a Rte Oil Suur Aud Quot Otbo lies about our boat Ito a mid for it and Don to do nothing else. A a cd say Friend if you want to Gas to new York this week take the cloy. Here s a tickets Only 25 cents sir for you old your \ carpet bag Aud perfect safety insured., the Reindeer ainu t fit to ran. She a got a Hole in her butlers big a Duff for you to crawl through a nil charge you a Dollar w Hen they se-1 cure you . B. Well in a tired of this pulling a a it mine the ticket at 25 cents a Jan take the been worked up to a considerable degree of sex Cit ement by his Story and his last or snark gave them a Opportunity to relieve themselves by sundry rather profane jokes which this unnecessary for me to repeat As 1 had Long since finished my Cigar a i left the for Castro and endeavoured a though q trite. Ans no Cess nil y to spend the Vermai Ider of the night in sleep., during my one vhf slumbers i was suspended from a cd soft of impossible place. The most remarkable of my fancies was that i was Rollad up in a Ball and hoisted As a Pennant at the frigate is Mast head waiting for eight Belle to be struck when 1 was expecting the Stop would be broken Aud that the w ind would blow me straight out from the a Teo polite mag Sim. Feet Square and directly Over this was. A rope with a hang him a 1 �---1�? the Yard i i Loose that a the s Sooae in it hanging from Aad the ears and i wits placed on the trap fixed All right under my a kind of neck cloth ship mail mates that l Uever want to Wear again ? after All was right the Parson came up on the platform and made prayer. It May have been to for anything Iki a Aurea tso May have been g i know but it seemed Short to had a a Tittle desire to hear the Metott or since. While he was praying i. Hod a Chi Celo look round and see How the thing was to be wound a at last f or somehow or other i had my wit about me Well edit Tei to understand what i saw and 1 want ing enough Tea everything was done ship shape. P a Well i la toil you How it was. They Hod Rove the rope through a Block on the Yard Over my head end Toon spliced another into it the two Tien to in together to the Mast and were led Down one on each Side of it to the deck and along both tides of the ship through a couple of snatch blocks a for aft As the men Maat. The ropes were lying on the deck ail tailed out ready and when i was sent Forward the men were ordered to Range themselves by them and to stand by to Taka them a and ran away with them a soon As the word was Tho whole Thipe a company a amp amp to Lena ahead in swinging me up to the Yard Arm. The trap following a from the new Orleans True Delta a Afra. Man White last tuesday night became extremely tight and engaged in a fight touching the head of her Loving lord with a Board t he neighbors All ground were disturbed by the sound and could not think of sleeping a Wink until the police came when the turbulent Dame was Token to jail and not giving Hail poor mrs. White was locked up for Tho night. She acknowledged inc Corn of taking a Horn asked his Honor to take pity on her a and s he solemnly swore she d do so no More. The recorder heard her tale and told her not to fail ter go immediate Home and in All time to come to leave of drinking rum and conduct herself Good As All women Kulw xxx Kob the j,a00 Oit zeus of Milwaukee have signed a letter to the mayor asking him to put a Stop to the Sun Day evening balls now regularly held at severed Halls it that City. Seventeen clergymen nine of them germans Are among the signers. This is the old game Over again but unit a the mayor can substitute something better in its place All the civil enactments in the world will be useless As they love All along proven. Educate the people. A Good new York tunes suggests that if great Britain persists in her absurd claims in regard to the fishing grounds the Yankees will solve the difficulty by annexing the whale of the British Pou Eamy no in North America. John Bull had better be Content with thin sri As they Are Iraq in a a Dit for the Saddle he lose the horse. The hardest thing to hold in this world is an in Only Tongue. It beats a hot smoothing Iron and a kicking hone considerably. And hauling Aud i jus a a r. , take my ticket at a shilling Aud say no Mist about if. The Clay never 11. Get to new York if she starts for she broke one of her cheats All to pieces yesterday and the Moi heat toe gits under Way Shell Side was 3ud go a c. , Well ill Reid decry and Ruut a i c. to the Overslaugh to spite of yourself. The Reindeer Sticks on the bar three or four hours every morning in sight it of the City. And then the fodder sir Quot a a a c. A. M.�?1�?othe what a a or c. fodder sir the dim for tainted Steak last Summers eggs Chees that runs alone bread a a c. B. , bother on your dinner got half a a peek of said Wiches in my car a pet bag besides c. right sir nothing like eco omy in these Ere hard . A r. a tuba the last Bell sir what do you Sav Only a shilling fare by the rein tear now , lies Lika a trooper Friend he u stick Abii far a Dallar in. He gets Yoi Attar Doand a us you on the. Bar beside. Home go. I Wrath a so Mug and say nothing Marc about it of. Of a ill Lak you for sixpence i want of Tave your Lite i possible. To. C. Ofa Viere s y on to ctr to for three cents a von Are a dead Man if you go on the Reid me Erv a -1 a ,.�17-,a a inc Clay. Off buc. B. Jiin a Meh what gone Uhlah Well Friendl guess i a you a i but a it with Bis thumb to his nose and his digits performing a series Ai Lively and expressive gyrations a no i guess Vou won t go for no Sich Mcquey now. Inc Lay is of u you want to get to new York by Steamboat today you must take the Reindeer Tare Oue Dollar Quot ,. It was a picture for a Pato torn the of the Uronen and the crowd and Blank As torn amp Hmat of the victim found there Way no alternative but the Reindeer and nil far at the top Price. It t the moment the boats arc off and the stale teases it is ,.or, As mrs7 of a Rte Ugto would May very tech Tonto Seo too late belligerent runners in mutation of a Learned Colm Sel Quot fresh from a fierce aet to for edification it it of a jury adjourning to the nearest tavern to drink together and count upon their so Quot / Hus hand of our Young friends whose wife Hap pms Tobe temporarily absent from the City was terribly alarmed yesterday on entering his room at one of our Jar Eland fashionable boarding houses. In his atom Nee a lady boar Der to the Pursuit of a Cool place and a breath of fresh air had seated herself for a few moments in this room. On Enta tog our Young Friend suddenly stopped turned Pale discovering his mistake and recovery it himself he exclaimed a to lord How scared i was i thought my wife had come Hack.1 a in. 0. Fic amp Yate. Four Young men who emigrated from England to Austral 1toma Juve years ago invested their a Uoo Iak the it Ghasi of a Large tract of land tom0hwalk. The land is now found to a a told Boito Uteev Teter a the Chain of Sid offered is fort for the is on All the i _ the Ima newspaper published to Virginia Cost fifty Dollar. A year. It to puh Lohec a a advert Emente were inserted Tea it Lotar the first week and seven Rajaro for each week after

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