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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - January 7, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioNumber Sligo a due it a terms .#1 w a i ten i new Aida. 00 a nao be s<x<6 in pan led with the a Mii and aug a leu pop Uge paid to Caleb Clark Baa fuck Kex Puto nto he so Cincinnati o. A r Runa for the Organ of the temp Ranea he form. To lib dying year. A it. By mrs h. B. S. Dav. He is dying be is do in Quot he whose Lech Are thin and old acan it of Tell me who be a sighing t Wjk i Lite Day Are almost told. Lie is dying yes is dying he whom lately we did Greet. With songs of Welcome now Ore morning his warm heart will Censo to heat. I v a a a a. we remember his Bright morning when tits Northern Crown he wore filled with circling stars and brilliants Blazina lights from Shore to Shore lie is dying of is dying a and his Lovely Bride of sprint. Hast adorned with hols of Beauty time has left co swiftest Wing. F yet she came As gentle Zephyr tripping Light a fairy Queen a a fld he changed his icy jew Els for her wreaths of living Green. A j a but he a dying of i is dying fitted with grief for summer fair she whose zone he fitted with glory. She who a now the Frost wigs heir. It to is dying sorely dying he whom a Hare loved so , bring autumn s varied Mintle dyed with hues from Hill and Dell. He is dying yes is dying a fading gently from our sight he who bore us on his pinions when the Earth was Robed in night. But he a dying now is dying a. Quot a hark he Speaks in accents Clear peo 1 hear my a Tecoria upward Hail now Hail the new born year. Fate thee Well time honoured father o How quickly Bast thou tied yet thou st Pio sighed thy furrows deeper Gath ring to the countless dead. Filotto Titi Ohio dec. 31, 1s52. Wewt Perret a my est i twi a Ftp Fly a Mads of the a of i it if Pcrtoif-1 Ted to edit ult their own fancy no two individual would choose Quot it done to appear to me id or of much consequence whether they a re a like or to it end As for a chandelier we certainly done to need a new one. I always thought tie one in our Church remarkably tasteful and elegant and lha never 1 believe sustained the least in. "1 done to know that it has but for my part f think oar pastor As worthy a handsome Church As respects decorations and All else As any one in he City and our Soudelier is not half As costly As that in or. Yarmouth s Church. Come Maria do for once try to think and act like other people. No one understands fancy work better than Yon and As Yon have plenty of Leisure Yon ought at least to prepare half a dozen articles for the. Fair. By the Way what., have you done with that Beautiful Collar 1 saw Yon embroidering Romeiro Estuce i have never seen you Wear a a a Quot it was not for Meell. It was one of a half dozen a poor woman was employed to do and As she Frimd she Eon id not finish them in season i offered to assist mrs. Willerton was prevented from making any reply by hearing the Doof hell. Ring. Quot i rather think it is mrs. Wyman a said a he �?o1 have been expecting her All the Morti Sittg. She told me a was going round Tor Day to try and augment the funds of the Dorcas society. Now a a a Ria you certain can not. Ref a st to subscribe for such a a �?o1 1 shall tie obliged to Quot returned Maria a a a that is if 1 have been rightly informed As w the manner the society is conducted. I cannot think it right to pm prov Podr a Botnen at prices so Low As to Render it inv possible for them toe frn a comfortable suby we calculate to make them Quot worse Atril a Van Maria s reply. Mrs. Wyman a showy fax Hio Oai it Lyl dressed woman now entered. Alter a few minutes spent in pleasant Coite Sathm she unrolled a a Nice of paper on which was written a few lines by Way of preamble stating the object i the society and the a inadequate Mentis of its disposal to carry that Oburt into effect in a manner which was at All a satisfactory. It closed with a pathetic Appeal to those ladies charitably disposed Call pig upon them to give of their abundance to thus a perishing with hunger and Cert. A a a a mrs. Wyman with some difficulty commanded her voice while she read it she and mrs Willerton both bed tears. Of from Arthurs Home Gazette. False _ a % by my. Carolise 0bx8, a Quot i believe Darta a said or. Willerton addressing her Cousin Quot that As Well As i like Horace 1 should never hate married him had i Kaoru Haw much annoyance i should re Toive on account of i poor Quot to they annoy your asked Maria with a look of Surprise. Quot Yua they do exceedingly. I have been made unhappy All the morning on their a i have never met with any of then and thought they did not Call on Quot they doubt neither do 1 Call on them _ Horace does and they enter their complaint a. A a Sard he thinks we a ugh to assist them a Nipote. No Lunger ago turn he called on his sister air. W told him her health was very _ a Nadad him into believing that she cud her children were actually suffering for Quot mrs. Wiwi brige is a widow i \ Quot twi and the word my we with some people a expected to a a tie the purse strings of every Penrou w to has a decent income. It i a Elf i think that the business it so arranged to give me the control of the property left f ter having Hod Tinc town pose herself a Little mrs. Wyman handed ter paper to mrs. Wil Oferton saving of she did. a u Quot my dear Friend you must head the subscription. I brought the paper to you first in purpose because 1 Kne e Vea would give liberally it will be a Good Tom nil to a Tilers. Example Yon know goes a great Quot you must not expect too much a. Returned mrs. Willerton Quot Blit the Little 1 am Able to give will be Given a be opened a Little portable writing desk considered a moment. Uni to up with a Sweet smile irradiating her Chi Etc sauce wrote her name and against it fifty dollars. A she then Drew Forth her purse. Quot i will pay you at once a said she. Quot i have placed my name on the paper merely to Euleon rage other. Quot a lit a a cad Money would always be acceptable a said mrs. Wyman Quot As we Are entirely out of is ter Tal and there is a capital Chance to get sewing done cheap. Nearly a dozes poor women who have families and several Young girls Are waiting for work who for the Sake of having it will do it for Les than Thuv Ever have before. One Young girl Fanny Wood Bridge 1 think she told me her name was offered to make a dozen shirts for half the usual Price which will be a great saving. A number of Ether will make different article at a rata nearly or quite As Low. By a Maria thought or. Willerton winced a Little at the mention of Fanny \v09dbridge, was her ims Batty a Niece if it did sex any interest in her mind or cause any Lings of compunction she abstained from King any Ibi Piry. She it Boobly Felt afraid that it might Lead to some Duco Verv relative to her connection with mrs. Wood Ridge. Quot mis Vernon is amp in mrs. Wyman presenting the a per to Maria Quot i know we May count on something handsome from a on. A Quot i am sorry to disappoint you a she Rcd Quot but 1 must decline i a or. Surprise me my Vernon i Heve been old that Yon were very a reputation which is certainty desirable line giving aunt Oyog Tofty a i omwt4ooumii-t> maintain it. By to Itkis utile to the funds of the Dorcas As to give me the control of the prop _ Otto by my father \ Quot i snap get yen do not understand the pria Horace would squander one half i Ciple by which the society is his a in Tor and her children. 1 am la a Tell a Nodo is of re one know who is to All to a us Kiatta with me. Within the last year i have headed half a do to sower prion paper and now just at the time i want to prepare a Low fancy agr Elm far the pair i most v teased about apr a a or a Wood Bridge and her. Children. Look to is a this card Case we by i shall h off a a owe you go Rke who would me to make a a a a a a to i lady Hir five or sit dollars Atud the whole master if did not Cost Over four Aad sixpence. And it has taken me no More thaw five or six hours to Mike ? Onitt tend to con Tributa something for of i Thiak Quot Well let me toll you Cousin mine that a Young lady with a dear income of five thousand a year ought a if she App Ove of tic Man War in which t in alias the garments for those poor obtained. Women who Are Willfo Quot what purpose is t which it is expected fair a a a Quot Why Haven to you heard the Money intended for til he Raber at the your ignorance on the subject a How the Little interest y Lake a Ben Evolene i sch files. It u oar wish raise a Tom Raffi Ereat to pm Archese a new chandelier for the Church also to carpet and Cushion Ait the news a those occupied by the poor a Well As the Rich. The inside of e Church has a very mean look when one half of the news have neither carpets nor a Ashiae and Lor my part i feel ashamed when any distil cited stranger it Prmt. Besides it will a ugh a luxury for the poor to sit on cosh a 9and Pray what can be More laudable than to Mike Aud distribute garments among those poor wretches who Are sunk so Tow in vice and. Idleness that they have Brither the Means nor the inclination to clothe themselves a to speak plainly a sued Maria "1 done to a a a the labor of r outcasts is fug to labor Aud have too much self respect to beg. Are required to work for them at prices so Low As to Nike it utterly impossible for them to procure an adequate Supply of even the coarsest food. 1 am told that the members of the society do most ail the work themselves which Accord ing to my i id a Quot yes we do most of Iton selves said mrs. Wyman eagerly her a we Only give those work who Best and Pray for it because they cannot possibly get a stitch anywhere a but a said Maria Quot if the poor and in do Sirous were employed to do it. At a fair compensation two benevolent objects would to effected at the same time if indeed us indiscriminate distribution among the Idle and vicious is worthy the name of Benevolence. I am afraid it Only Fosters Tbs evil it is design i de to remedy. In one instance i happen to know a woman of intemperate habits who pledged a Calico gown Given Fer her your so feisty and thus obtained the Means to procure liquor by which she and her a Hildru were i a uni Louiva tic of Charity ask a poor Pate not to at such she Meally Low like taking life by . In mph tp�0 Nett to one who was almost daily receive Njg to incense of adulation on account of her Superior Benevolence any remark calculated to show that her manner of exercising it was not the most judicious was by no mean palatable. her inane or towards her was exceed in a y cold and Distant during the remainder of her cull. Soon after her departure Maria likewise took incr leave. A a mrs. Wynn Anjul been gone scarcely Hal an hour when there was apr Thor ring of the hell. This time the visitor was a lady by the name of Underwood. Her husband did got rank among the wealthier Elass of i tidus on the contrary his wife to enable thai to live within their Means was obliged to Coli duct the Domestic Etc paiement according to the rules of strict com any. Mrs. Willerton therefore who did not consider he was flite up to her level received her lest Eor airily than Sii a did tic other lady to of have taken the Liberty to Call on Yon a said mrs. Underwood after some Little delay in a Bali of a poor widow who on aces at of dec Litile health even with the assistance of her daughter finds it extremely hard to get a Quot a. Quot steal in Madam a said mrs Willerton it will be out of my Power to contribute an thing. I have already give fifty Dollar to Day for charitable purposes which is i think is As much As is my duty to give in one a Quot i done task for Money a said or. Underwood. Quot the lady for she is a lady a every sense of the word though in such indigent would hardly be witling to accept of anything without an equivalent on her part. What i ask for her is a Cvrk at a Price which will enable her to live. She is a very Nice sewer As. Is also her daughter a girl of fourteen lately been sewing at a irises us Low that they lava been almost literally reduced to starvation. My heart bled at the sight of the girl who called on me to beg some work. A sad tale of toil and want was written on Lucr Beautiful face which in spite of it m All was Beautiful. 1 gave her what w Ork i had cd hand an j paid her in Advance to enable her to procure food Lor Lmh by bet ave be was near fam Ishing. She told me that she had been promised some sewing by a lady of the Dorcas society and named the she was to receive a id i must confess that f was astonished that ladies could in the name of Charity ask a poor pal Girt like her to w rices. It seems i Quot As the fan Sof the society Are at present Low we Don t feel it to be a duty to give More than it demanded a a said mrs. We Bertou a mrs 1 Underwood made attempt to reason with her on the subject. She Thongt what she had already said was sufficient to suggest such reflections is might a the end prove salutary. Till mrs. Willerton in allusion to the society made use of the pronoun we she did not know that she waa a member. She however did not n grab having censured an inconsistency m glaring and so culpable. After a few minutes silence she asked mrs. Wilder Tou if she could not furnish some Plain sew. Ing for the widow and her daughter in question. Quot i am unable at present a was her answer. Quot a nth now i have ufos time to prepare work As f am extremely Busy in making fancy articles for the Farr. Yon of course Wilt Esu tribute something As you Aud your family in com Mou with others who attend or. Carter s Church will share the Benefit of the proceeds. Quot it is not my intention. Oar Pew is already tarnished with a decent carpet and comfortable cushions Aud the most or. Underwood can do will be to pay the average Price of new ones lie will be sure to do that As soon As the sum can he ascertained. I Hope a said she rising to go Quot that when your hurry is Oyer that you will be Able to prepare some f Quot in Erbes i May a said mrs Willerton coldly. "1 am afraid a thought mrs. Underwood As she turned away from the door of the Pai Ace like dwelling Quot that the eclat of heading a subscription paper with forty or fifty dollars influences mrs. Willerton More than any real desire to relieve the when or. Willerton came Home to dinner he spirit were evidently much depressed though he endeavoured to appear t he truth was the suffering condition of his sister caused him great uneasiness for strange As it May seem for one who dwelt in Apia be and fared sumptuously every Day he won unable to afford them very Little Relief. He was lawyer by profession Aud had an average share of practice. He never had nor had he Nowa wish to be Idle though he certainly i Aag ined. At the time he married a Rich wife that he might occasionally relax a Little in his exertions lie soon found that be had indulged in i Vatu imagination. His lady wife to a him in Plain terms that she expected he would defray the family expenses with the exception of furnishing her wardrobe. This As he would have no rent to pay the House where they lived being a part of toe property inherited from bar father she thought would he extremely easy is she should make it a Point to get along with three servants. She he asked ton whom i happened to n which Yeu toned us last Ait was through mrs., Underwood a Means a a with yesterday told me that tie Cutie that i Soutul you a said mrs. a of our society if they can raise Money a the Mora Rait she was a Little better she re a a Mem ered you Ait set to request me to Call on Quot friends Star tag up ground us Al at once a said mrs. Woodbridge. Quot you had not sough have it in contemplation to Purchase i new Bell hut added he so Many throw pm Buffer on the project that a done to know at they shall be obliged to give it up. At a request he showed me the subscription part and 1 was truly mortified to find that your me was among the missing a. A we have a Good Bdl now a said he.-. Quot it is not a Good toned Bell nor never was id now when it u rung at the same time the Ell at or. Yarmouth a Church in i feet fair ashamed of it. Five Hundred dollars or. Ireton said would make tip the necessary Ini. And 1 am sure you might put Down your me for fifty of it. Or. Month Wieke a name Down for a Hundred and 1 done to believe that big profession is More lucrative than yours. 1 wish ladies subscribed for the belly if they did my name would soon be Down Fod a Hundred Quot if i should put my name Down for five dollars. I could t pay it. If 1 Rivere Able to give my sister Only one Dollar a week which would pay her rent she and Fanny could sew enough a ass not to suffer for bread now if is cannot Beliey Horace that your sister is in the suffering condition she represents herself to be. When you Call there because you Don t see her surrounded by All the luxuries you Are accustomed to at borne you Are easily made to believe that she is in want of the common necessaries of �?o1 wish Jane you would Call with me if Yoa would i think you would change your mind a a Quot Well perhaps i May sometime hut As you a or. W i Here on was just writ know Itji a very Busy time w Ith me. Now at i v a Viii Lati la teas Midnight. This prevented him from in itch crossed with business that he was obliged to e at his Offee Early Imd later sometimes As calling on his sister though his thoughts often wandered to her Humble abode where in agitation he saw her surrounded by her Elhiu Dren whose meagre faces would have brightened with Joy could the delicacies who in. W it Carton bestowed on her pet dog have been w Allerton. As Well As her husband bad Bee extremely Busy and had not left the. ¿�?��?�4 to Cir wow Niyo Foj re. Ife. A Flauio been extremely House at All for several Days except to do Little shopping. One morning Neu out a a few purchases for the completion of nay articles for the fair when she fell in or. Snipers a lady of her acquaintance. Joey walked slowly along they became so in try i imaged in conversation that or. It of did not observe that they had a Oit a portion of tie City inhabited by the classes. Mrs. Somers suddenly Stop to polite on of the houses. T have a Call to make Here a said she Quot will go in with me a. A n. Willerton glanced her eyes Over her i a and fashionable Dresa aug Las she did voluntarily Drew Back on will not find a better Opportunity a sail mrs. Somera Quot Tor the exercise of Yourt Well known �?~1 Don t know a she replied Quot that i can sprite the time to go w Ith you now. In a few dam 1 shall be More at rtt my be too i ate then As far As Yon Are Coria Reneri and i know that Yon won do be sorry f miss the Opportunity of helping to carry into effect a plan Tor ameliorating the suffer Gujri of the worthy and Tito ease in question is one too urgent Tobe defaced. Last a Feising for the first time i Vril informed it it of the sufferings of the Laurily i am no going to visit. I called immediate. A an d have since found that Maria Vernon had already commenced arrangements which if carried into effect will enable the poor widow and her daughter to maintain turn Elfe it and the Reat of 4 or. Isomers had already rapped at he door and it Das now opened by a Little girl about seven years old. Quot my dear a said she Quot Plesac Tell your Mother that mrs. Somers is at the door end if convenient would like to see a a Bel Ore the child turned away from the Deor she raised her Large dark eyes to the face of mrs. A Millerton Iulai Grutly. Mrs. Somers saw the look and said in an a Yon May to say to your Mother that i have Friend with me a very benevolent a a yes May am a was her reply. After a Athenee of about a minute she returned and said her Mother would be glad to see her and the other lady. The first object that attracted the attention of mrs. Willerton on catering a room finished m a coarse rough manner expressly for Thi accommodation of the poor we a a woman Bolita red up a bed Bolding in her left hand a Corse shirt sleeve she had commenced making she w a about thirty five and Cornea of g no ground As All in Ridge Quot Yon Hadi ten minute Lait ave Tang before a voting lady called by the Nape of her thoughts seemed to have trued the same Way that yours Aud mrs. Underwood a have relative to some plan which would enable Fanny and me to help ourselves. A perhaps by some Means she had been made a a re that though we Are willing to work to beg we Are ashamed. Miss Vernon said she would Call again in the morning.�?�. V t "1 Hope that she will Call Wilile mrs. Willerton Aud 1 Are Here a said mrs. Somers a. A a we three i mean mrs Willerton miss Vernon and myself have ample Means to carry the proposed plan into effect. All we shall need from or. Mud Elwood will be her excellent advice and 1 have met with no lady w Hose j us intent discrimination arc Superior to hers. If Tome of the ladies who pre Quot Side Orier a or benevolent societies were like her they would i think be conducted in a Lua Uitti Tufte different from what Thev now mrs. Willerton. When mentioned her name Felt extremely uneasy. She dreaded their Ctorn of Fanny lest when she addressed her she should Call her aunt and thus betray to mrs. Somers her connection with the Wood Edge family for she cd old not Hope thai one so young1, would exercise Toto same proud forbearance we Rich her sister in Law had done. From the younger children soon after her Entrance she iou Lnla Liat she bad nothing to fear. They had no idea that she was the aunt Willerton they had heard their Mother and sister mention. In addition to her uneasiness on this account she Felt de press cd and tumbled in the press Nch of mrs. Woodbridge. A serve of her superiority which she could net throw off forced itself upon her mind. Seeing that maps. Somers was engaged in saying something to the children she Rose Aud went close to the bedside. 1 had no Ideth a said she speaking in an. Ere tone a Quot that you were red need to t s e your brother u o tier tone. Condition in w hich of find von. The family in compare i rot lie r will Call and Seeve a this evening and 1 Toifl try and do something for you a v a i beg that you will not put yourself to the least inconvenience a on my Acedou tit a t replied mrs. Wood Bridge coldly Quot a Rov Deuce has seen fit to raise up friends for the Relief of my suffer Itig i Atily so that any Aid furn you will be Quot if you refuse to accept Aid from me von will be willing to accept it from your a a a a yes i am willing to accept All that he is Able to give and that i am Stire of Quot what kit a y a Ilis sympathy. The thought of his withholding it would cause me much unhappiness of a i Quot mrs. W a Merton instead of answering started Ami Turu Itig hastily away from the bedside Drew her veil Over it her face. caught the sound of footsteps the door Anil the thought if Fia inv had returned and should recognize her it Woulff cause her reputation for Beac Volence to suffer in the estimation of mrs. ,y6ycasioned her quite As Machoi Heartness As the idea of having her know that mrs. Woodridge was her inn band s sister. The door opened Aud Fanny entered. Mrs. W ill or ton a fears subsided for merely Curts eying Turner she turned to mrs. Somers who greeted her with a smile and pleasant words. My Willerton in the mean time stood with atoned face and As soon As she could do so without 4�reaking in upon mrs. Somers told her that Slit could in a Little is line in the state of hooey a Rana a the year lbd-1, there was a fall sort a of excitement concerning the Doe. Ives and prophecies of that Aioli a Mcciver. M Iller. For Mouths the mind if it cry followed by the morning howl and the Noonday yell had circulated through the Village Ana surrounding counties to an extent hot even equated by or. celebrated speech. Men disposed of property Tor Little or nothing a be women were Palm and. Ghat Rolv trom watching and praying and intact the whole population or at least those who Bele bed in the coming ascension looked a if they were about half Over a second attack of the chills and fever. There wire however so me Quot Choice spirits a not Choice in theirs How Evert who notwithstanding the popularity of the delusion would not enlist us feb a the Banc Ortof the Ascough mists and amour these was a wild Harum scrum de Stoin East a by the is a me of babe Newham. Now cabe was As hard cd see As Yon Wohld meet on a fourth of july in Texas always alive for fun and a so fort of any and Verv description and a Strong disbeliever in Mili Erhuy. The right of the third of april was the time agreed upon ont w est for the grand a Zhibin Epif of Quot ground and lofty and a about ten of clock of the same night numbers of the i re rites assembled a a the outskirts of the town on a Little Eminence upon which the Tropi itto Ishad allowed a few Trees to stand the crowd and the Only representative of Sibly remain longer. Rondie spa. I by a Lew words with mrs. A Woodbridge she join i a twill detain you Only a my Nate longer a replied mrs. Somers a after interchanging would thus she said he at Liberty to gratify her benevolent impulses and her taste be Beautiful and she might uses and her taste for the have added her income being nearly ten whims her yearly i it. _ thousand dollars. It was , m the thought than she pm entitled to. La oor by it Lerton soon found that instead of relaxing his exertions he Wax obliged to redouble before his marriage he took what practice was offered him now he was obliged to seek for More. Early and late he worked like a slave yet after All be failed to Realise Bis wife expectations. She was ambition to see his name on subscription papers. It seemed strange to her that Hie could not save fifty dollars now and then to devote to charitable purposes. The difficulty she thought was his Lack of Energy or worse still As she waa afraid the want of disposition to Giva yet when he asked her one Day if she had not a Orne Oast off clothing which i tit or could manage to make Over for the child Rev she told my carelessly that every thing of that kind which could be made available Wax placed at the disposal of the Dorcas society. Mrs. We Lertora i Tatur did not notice or i,01 Onia Moa loveliness still remained on her countenance though Pale care worn and ent ctawa.1 mrs. a nervous Start foe she at once recognized in the indy before her mrs. Woodbridge her husbands sister. The recognition was Mutual for though Nei Eraf them had Ever before entered the oth is Home. They had often seen each other at Ehn in-1 was there a them had Ever id not know her. Quot mrs. Woodbridge mrs. Willerton hoped that to sister now her. Mrs. Woodbri. E sensible of this from her noticing other Way than by slight incl Nav the head. As Are. Willerton took the lured her by the child who had con ter Aud mrs. Somers in her Eye fell Tubaj sleeve or. Bood Ridge held a her and by its coarse texture. She knew it to a furnished by the Dorcas society do you feel to Day a or going tin to the bed. Or than f did lot even Tnge much bet Las the reply., should not attempt to sew a said mrs aught i must try Aud do a few stitches a red. Quot for Fanny a almost As feeble asted As t am. Your medic my How. She faintly smiled at the Emp a word Quot has restored her quite As has s it Fanny to asked mrs. Somers Curry Home Tome work we have for mrs. Underwood. She is Are Limard. Does a ter m Soi Aud sex in i race present Pas a free n ego by the Amo of Sam about As ugly Black woolly and rough a descendant of 11 am As Ever baked his Ahins Over a Kitchen lire., a same a head was Small body Aud Raftis very Long and his Lega bore a remarkable resemblance to a pair of Hauie in fast put Sam or a a it a Horte by Mega clasped round its neck hid head towards the Tail and his arms clasped round the Ultima is hams and at ten paces off you would sit ear he a was an old set of a Lent be ayin a the leade Ruf flee Mil crites owing to air Quot a Lieut grudge he bore hated Sam Quot like and had done All in his Power to Prev Eui hit a do Kittaneh a Doug the rtt act a but All to no pure if Sam would creep in at every Nice thug. We to night Here he was to. Pm few Rrt \ a a mfr onto cure-1 to his body by a be it and shouting and praying As loud As the Best. Nov. Ori the morning the third Galy had. With a. Deal if and More trouble managed to throw a half Inch hemp Cord Oyer the Branch Al an Oak. Which stretched Ite Long army Dircio try Over the in d where the mile rites would assemble Oue end he had secured to the body of the psf and i he other to u st nip Amine distance off. About ten of clock when the excitement was getting but Quot eighty pounds to the cabe a hold a Licet walked into the crowd and proceeded to Las ten in As secure a manner a Post a hic the end of the rope to the Back part Belt w hich confined Sam s Robe emf , a Quot sloped a to join Somi of his con pan ions who bad the other end. F the few stars in toe sky threw a dim Light a Over the scene and in a few moments the voice a of Sam was Beard exclaiming a Quot Clor a a mighty us a top up who ooh a and Safe Chough. Sum was seed mounting into the Quot rth rail Efti a this was however chocked when he had cleared Quot Terra Firmat. V a few feet. Glory a cried one. Quot hallelujah a another and shrieks and yells made the night hideous some fainted other a a Rayed Aud not a few dropped their Robes and Quot Slid a now w lither it was owing to str tightness of his head or the length and weight of his heels or both same a position was riot a pleasant one the Belt to which to abets Cord was attached was hound exact la round his Centre of Gravity Aud Sam swung like a pair of scale head up and heels Row a heels up and head Down at the same time sweeping Oyer the crowd like pendulum which motion Wai accelerated by his strenuous x clapping of hands leu nth he became Cut lady Aud though her Taw round hied the impatient or. B in Letsou whose hand a was already on the door Laten. F when mrs. Willerton in silent communion with her own mind recalled the scene of poverty sad suffering she had been constrained to witness her own course during thesis year of her wedded life assumed an aspect quite different from what it had formerly done. Being unimaginative one example had influenced her bore than Manv precepts. She saw that Tobe truly Benev Lieut discretion was necessary As Well As time and ,.and the discovery was turned to Good account. Those degraded women who had been accustomed to pledge the garments Given them by the Dorcas society to i order to obtain the Means of indulging in habits of intemperance soon found that they could no longer do so without discovery formerly a Large number of garment As stated intervals were Given to those who would take the trouble to apply for them it had even been found on investigation that the tame applicant by borrowing a different Boquet or outside covering of some kind b id received what had been intended for several and what was still More provoking snob instances of fraud had been traced to those who at once parted with the the clothing for the purpose afro unit toned. In discovering the nature of True Benevolence she found that she had in its name been sacrificing on the altar of vanity. In other respects she Aleo became More Clear sighted. She found that in Hie midst of plenty her husband was Over working him self and that for the Sake of furnishing the table with those luxuries which to her bad become necessaries he was actually at times reduced to As area pecuniary Strait As the humblest Day labourer. She made no verbal acknowledgement of her error hut what waa better acknowledged it by pursuing a different course. 1 ,.by the exertions of those indies who had interested themselves in their behalf. Mrs. Woodbridge and her family were soon pro ived with a dwelling with Suffi Lieut room for their comfortable accommodation. While mrs Woodbridge was furnished with work for which she we Dell paid Fanny was enabled to Leatis a dress makers Tredy in a few years the mistress of the establishment having received a handsome competency retired from Ruxine and Fanny Wood badge. M her successor tided by Tor Mother Aud fritters waa soon Anu Blad not Yalj to surround Hereof act them with every Dri sizable but to minister to the Uro Siuw of and vigorous kicking. At length alarmed he to urdu t go up and he come Dowel Lor a Natsy a cried he. Quot list take no poor Nigger to urn bosom or of him town easy easy Kcf him Down again Pleise am Lor disc Rigg Artwill go straight to am bed ugh Haud same a Teeth chattered with affright and he kicked again Fuore vigorously than before bringing his head directly downward and his heels up when a woman shrieking out Quot of brother Sam take me with Yon a sprung at his Bead As he swept by her and caught him by the Wool bring aug him no Quot All Quot gosh sister a cried Sam a Lei go no poor niggers cabe gave another pull at the rope but the tween the Quot gosh is i Down agin a cried the bewildered Sam gathering Hir welf no. Quot i is bless de Igor but i was nearly Dar i seed the Gate a / a a 4 the Leader wiped his overflow ing proboscis took Sam Fey tie Nape of the neck led him to the Edge of toe crowd giving him a kick said Quot leave Yon cussed Baboon you Are so ugly / know d they would t let you a a rancid Echo do made savant says a a a Farmer in the daily a Brussels ii removing the bad smell Anil taste of some butter by mixing it with Chloride of Lime he was encouraged by this Experiment Aud he has restored to Batter the taste and odor of which were insupportable All the sweetness of fresh butter. This operation is extremely is Urne Aud practicable by All it consist simply a a working the butter in a Suff Tenient Quantity of water in which from 23 to 30 drops of Chloride of Lime have been added to every two pounds of Butler. After having mixed it till All parts re in Contact with the water it May be left in it for a hour or two afterwards withdrawn and worked a gain in Clear water. The Chloride of Lime having nothing injurious m it can with safety be augmented hut after having varied the Experiment it was found that from 2b to 30 drops to every two Pound or butter were sufficient. Another Mode of restoring sweater so and flavor to rancid Batter said to be very effectual by those who have tried it a to put it to into a a Hura with new milk and work it till All Ike Aid suit Aud lucidity is removed after which n is to be Token from the Burn wot to had salted a fresh. / my if str

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