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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - March 19, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioV v a \ Nvvf i Quot a Nav by a a Quot i \ a y. Quot y a a a y Quot it a Yvo by Quot. V y a x a volume 1. A m to Temperance Reform published Evert Friday \ \ or the a Ben Franklin steam printing House a by i alb Mac la k k of Ems a. Single subscriptions a f 1 so club of ten and upwards. 1 00 a must be accompanied with the cosh and addressed postage paid to Caleb Clare be of Waou pour ruin Kouwe Cid sati o. Ortry. I inn to a it a a m m v. A. �?T�?T�4 a�4 the hut walked about How Atran a Alerv to Tho Boa Almaeta three too Naod Yaar ago Whan Tea Memnon us a in a it go Orr. And Tima had not Bagan to overthrow Tbone Templo Palmeah and pile a tupen Doo. Of which the very rein Are Tremanda. A f.,e a snack Fot thou Haat hug enough acted Drumy thou hat a Tongue coma lat a hear its to a a thwart standing on thy leg above ground Martty a rate Eiting the go Paoa of the Moon a _ Mot like thin ghost and disembodied create re a hat with thy Bone and flesh and form and feature. Tall a for doubtless thou can at recollect to whom Spall we assign the a Fame a was it Jive opt or Cep Hemet architect of either Pyramid that bears his name ? was Pompey a pillar really a Misnomer 1 had Thebes a Hundred Gates As Sung by Homer i a a a \ t perhaps Timon a Vert a Masen and forbidden1 by oath to ill its secrets of thy Trade then say what secret Melody was Bidden la me Ranee statue which at snorts played 1 perhaps thou Wert a priest a if so my struggles Are vain egyptian priests never owned their Joggle. Perhaps that very head now pinioned Flat has Bob a robbed with pharaoh Glass to Glass r or dropped a has Penny in Homer a had a f or deltoid Tyiee own to it uasi a dido pass or held by Poi Omone own invitation f a Torch at Quot the great temples dedication. I need net ask thee if that hand when armed Haa any roman Soldier mauled and Knack led for thou Wasi Drad Aya buried Anil embalmed Quot Ere romanic or Remus had Boon tackled Auto Xouy Serene to Bavo Hogon it Long since thy primeval race was run. Since first thy form was in this Boa eat Udod. I a above ground have seen some strange mutations the roman Empire has began and ended and worlds have risen we have lost old nations and countless Kings Honvo into Dost been humbled while not a fragment of thy flesh a crumbled. Hit l Tycon not hear the other Over thy head when the great per inn conqueror Camby a Niche armies Over thy Tomb with thundering tread r of a threw of shirts on Apia Iris. And rebook the pyramids with fear and wonder w Han the Gigantic Mem non foil asunder 1 a if to tombs secret May not a coalesced the nature of thy Privet life unfold re Quot a a be Art bus throbbed beneath that Leathern breast and tears admin that Dusky Cheek have rolled. Have children climbed those Knees and kissed that fun a a r 7what was thy name and station age and race ? a. Of state of flesh immortal of the dead f imperishable trap of Svanau ence 1 Peel amont Man that cwt a st thy narrow bed / and is Node at undo Ayed within our presence thee Shalt Bear nothing till the judgment morning. Whoa Tea Groat Trump Shell thrill thee with he . From Captain Reid Book. Scalp Hunters a a we amp a do see want no to go 7�?� said Rube. The other merely pointed to a an open Glade and answered sixty. A take care of my claws Dye hear 7 them injun a made Mem scarce this child cant aware a the old trapper said this with a flourish of his right hand. I noticed that the Little Finger Hail been chopped off. A a a never fear old nos 1&Quot was the reply and at this the Smoky carcass moved away with a alow and regular Pace that showed he was measuring die Yards. A when he had stepped the sixtieth Yard he faced about and stood erect a placing his heels together. He then extended his right Arm raising it until his hand was on a level with i shoulder and holding the Shell in his fingers Flat aide to the front shouted Back. A a now Bill be shoot an he did to yur a the Shell was slightly concave the concavity turned to the front. The thumb and Finger reached half around the Circum Ference so that a part of the Edge was hidden and the surface turned towards the Marksman was not larger than that of a common watch i this was a fearful sight it is one not so common among the Mountain Maui u travellers would have you believe. The feat proves the Marksman a shill find if successful by showing the strength and steadiness of his nerves secondly by the Confidence which the other reposes m it thus declared by stronger testimony Thau any oath. In any Case the feat of holding the Mark is at least equal to that of hitting it. There Are Many Hunters willing to risk taking the shot but few who eare to hold the Shell. It was a fearful sight and Ray nerves tingled As 1 looked on. Many others Felt a i. No one interfered. There were few r resent who would have dared even had to see two men bean making preparations to fire at each other both were a men of Mark to wig their comrades trappers of the first Clase. A Long breath planted himself firmly toe Heel of his left foot opposite to and sortie inches in Advance of the Holk ror of his right. Then jerking no Hia gun mid throwing the barrel across left Palm be cried out to his comrades steady old Bone and Ainger Hyarm sat yes the words were scarcely out when the son we a levelled. There we a moments eath like silence All eyes looking to the Mark. Then came the crack and toe Shell was seen to Fly shivered into Fiuty fragments re was a cheer from the Crown. Old Rube stooped to pick up one of the pieces and after examining it for a moment shouted in a loud voice a hum Center by had a the Young trapper had in effect hit the Mark in the very Center As the Blue stain of Tho Bullet testified vhf cd Indian thus defied by the successful shot of Clary does not avoid the contest to is a most gentleman like person a peaking Good English but dressed in a very picturesque attire. A \ i looked at the Indian with increasing interest. He seemed a Man of about thirty wears of age and not much under seven Teet in height j he was proportioned like an Apollo and on this account a appeared smaller than he actually was. His features were of the roman Type and his Fine forehead his Acquiline nose and Broad Jawbone. Gave him the appearance of Talent at Well As firmness and Energy. He was dressed in a Kun lug shirt leggings and moccasins but All thebe differed fir anything worn either by the Hunters or their Indian allies. I the shirt i toe if was made out of the dressed hide of the red Deer but differently prepared to that used by the trapper. It a bleached almost to the whiteness of a kid Glove. The breast unlike theirs was close and beautifully embroidered with stained pot coping Quill the sleeves were similarly ornamented and. The Cape and skirt Ware i rimmed with Tho soft Snow White fur of the , a Row of entire skins of that animal Hung from the skirt Border Forra my s triage both a Ceil and costly Bui the Moat singular nature about this Tau was his hair. It fell iwo ulv evs Fose Slinn uitus. And swept the ground As he walked it could pot have been less than seven feet in length.,/it a Black Glossy and luxuriant and reminded a of the tails of those great flemish horses i had seen in the funeral carriages of London. He wore upon i head tie Bonnet with its full Circle of Giumo in the finest Triumph of ravage taste. This magnificent head Uriss added to the in Ajey to Fobia appearance. A who to b u f a Falo Robe Hung from his acc elders with All the Graceful draping of a Toga its Silky fur corresponded to the color of his it Lre a and contrasted strikingly with his own dark tresses. There were other ornaments about his person his arms and acc outre meats were shining with metallic brightness and the Stock and butt of i Rifle were richly inlaid with Silver. During the scene described this personage has a stood silent and calmly looking on. His Eye now wanders Over the ground apparently in search of an object a Small Convol us known As the a Prairie is lying at his feet. It is Globe shaped about the Liae of an Orange and not unlike one in color. He Stoops and takes it up. He seems to examine it with great care balancing it upon his hand a though he was calculating its weight. What does he intend to do with this 7 will he fling it up and Send his Bullet through it in the air what else Hia motions Are watched to silence. Nearly All the Scalp Hunters sixty or seventy Are on the ground. Seguin Only Ith the doctor and a few men Are engaged 1 some distance off. Pitching a tent. C stands upon one Side slightly elated i his Triumph. Wit not without feeling of apprehension that he May yet be beaten. Old Rube has gone Back to the fire and is roasting another rib. A \ it the Gourd seems to a titty the Indian for whatever purpose he intends it. A Long piece of Bones the thigh joint of the War Eagle a hangs suspended Ever his breast it is curiously carved and pierced with Hole like a musical instrument. It a one. He places this to Hia lips covering Tho holes with his Finger. He sound three notes oddly inflected but loud and Sharp. He drops the instrument again and stand looking eastward into the Woods. The eyes of All present Are Bent in the same direction. The Hunter influenced by a mater ions curiosity remain silent or speak Only in Low . Like an Echo the Throe not a Are Quot answered by a similar signal it is evident that the Indian has a Comrade in the Woods yet not one of the band seem to know aught of him or i Comrade. Yes on does it i Rube Rube a had some previous knowledge of the Indian and the conjecture he now makes is verified by the result. 1a rustling is Bocard a of some on parting the Bushes the tread of a Light foot the snapping of Twig. A Bright object appears among the leave. Some one to coming through the Underwood it i a woman it is an Indian girl attired in a singular and pie Arenque costume. She Steps out of the Bushee and come boldly towards the crowd. All eyes Are to roed upon her with looks of wonder and admiration. We scan her face and figure and her striking attire1. She is dressed not unlike the Indian himself and there is a resemblance in other respect. The tunic worn by the girl to of finer material a of Fawn Akin. It is Rief Cly and worked with split Yuri of Bright Colora. It ate and reaching to the Ankles where they meet the Fine of her mocha Ems the Quot last Are White embroidered with stained a tills and fitting closely to her Small feet. F a Belt of via Pum tunic of her Waist exhibiting the Loti year develop Menta of a full grown Besom and Theun-1 dilating outline of a womanly person. Her head dress in similar to1 that worn by her corp axiom but smaller and lighter and her Nair like Bis hangs loosely Down reaching almost to the Quot ground. Her neck Throat and part of her bosom Are nude and clustered Oyer with Bead strings of Vai Rinus . A the expression of her a ounce Nance m High and Noble. Her eve is oblique. The Quot lips meet with a Dot foe curve and the Throat is full and rounded. Her Complex Ion is Indian but a Crimson Hue struggling through the Brown upon her Cheek give that pictured expression to her countenance that May be observed in the Quad Roon of the West indies. She is a Girt though full grown and boldly developed a Type of health and Savage Beauty As she approaches the men murmur their admiration. There Are heart beating under Hunting shirt that rarely deign to dream of the a charms of woman. 11 ant struck at this moment with the appearance of the Young trapper Carey. His face has fallen the blood has forsaken if Cheeks a his lip Are White and Corprew de Aud dark rings have formed around his eyes. They express anger but there is still another meaning in a it jealousy ? yes. He has stepped behind one of his Comrade As if he Aid not wish to be Mai. One hand is playing involuntarily with the handle of i knife the other grasp the barrel 1 of i Gulf is though he would crush it fingers. The girl cof flt up. The Indian hands her the Gourd muttering some words in an unknown Tongue in known at least to me. She takes it without making any reply and walk off towards the spot where Ruto bad stood which had been bin by liar companion. A ? / a she Roaches the tree and halt in front of it a facing round a the trapper 11 of it Ihu a moment of intense Emoi 1 Tor Amienee waa profound. Every breath seethed suspended every Eye was fixed on the yellow object not larger i have said than an Orange of Ood wih the a Hof Nev a come ? Gay. It if came. The Flash a the crack the str am i Hurrah the Forward run i a were All a Itoku Iraneous things. A a we saw the shivered Glot a Fly off. Vibe girl w a still upon nor feet she was Safe i fan with the real. The smoke for a moment blinded me. Heard the shrill notes of the Indian whistle. I looked be fore me. The it Piri had disappeared a ave ran on to the spot where she had stood we heard a rustling in the under Wood a departing fou tote. We knew it was she but guided by an inst item of delicacy and a know Kegei that it d Ould to contrary to the Wjk of heh brother to. One followed her. I we found the for agma pts of the Calabash strewed Over the ground we found the Leaden Mark the Bullet itself was buried jul the hark of the Iree and one of the Hunters commenced Digiso mpg it out with the Point of i How to whih to turned to go Hack we saw that Tho Indian had walked away and stood chatting easily and Fame Wariy w the Seguin. A we re entered tie Camp ground f observed Marev Sloop Ami pick up a shining object. It was the Caye d who Tori which he carefully re adjusted round his neck in its wonted position. From his look and tie manner in. Which he handled it it was Plain that he now regarded that a Owr Enir with More reverence than Ever it How to pay a debt of Honor. V an amusing incident lately took place in Fari which can scarcely Tail to interest Reader and it i Fath May be Robed afford tha fortunate Gamester the Triumph perceiving that he had milled to temper suddenly however the Happy Winner waxed More facetious than Ever and while to cording each separate and additional gain said with a mocking laugh which sex Oria cd the nerve of his antagonist a a again my dear Monsieur 1 you May writ Home to your expression was unto enough nor a a it until it had been several tunes re a heated that m. Tie a began to feel irritated and Imrik Tieff by it constants he Nevert Intess contrive Ltd to control his an Noy Anee Aud persisted sin ply Yugu util the party broke up when fit thous i a the his purse irly adversary Dunand Crow no in Addis to his in to a variety Olbright color it hang to the mid to of the thigh ending in a fringe work of Sheila that tinkle As the move. Her limb saw a mapped in lagging of Scarlet cloth fringed like the to theatrical in up to the present time we had All stood waiting Lor the demure Mutu in silence now we knew what it was to to Jand the men began to the conversation referred to the further proceeding of the Indian hut the general opinion was that lie intended to a Hoot the Gourd from the girls hand that it was no great shot after All and that at any Tate is would merely equal oar Eye. A what was our amazement at seeing the girl fling off her plumed Bonnet place the Gourd upon her head fold her anus Over her bosom and stand fronting us is Calm and immobile a a if she had been carved upon the tree i there was a murmur in the crowd. The Indian was raising his Rifle to take aim when a Man rushed Forward to prevent Lijin. It was Garey a a no yer done to no Vertod he clutching the levelled Rifle Quot she a deceived me that a Plain but 1 wont see the Gal that once loved the or said she did in the trap thai a Way. Not a Bill Cha Joey ainu to a Goin to stand by and see ?. A a what is this a shouted the Indian in a voice of Thunder. dares t o i it erupt me i a i a a 1 dares in replied Garey. Quot she a yours us a 1 suppose. You May take her War be like Aud take this top a continued he tearing off the embroidered pipe Case and nudging it at the Indian a feet 9, but yes re not a Goias to shoot her Down whiles i Sand what right do you interrupt me y sister is not afraid and a a. Quot your i Tvr w Quot Yeeu my Eistert Quot a a and to Yon Gal your Vivtor Quot eagerly inquired Garey i Maimer and the expression of his Founte Biauce All at a changing. A a she is. I have said she Quot and re Yon Al Bol a a a i a a i ask your Pardon but a a i Pardon you. Let me Procco left 1�?� a on. Sir do not no no she is your sister and 1 know you have the right but thar a no aet Stoity. I have heard of your shooting. 1 give in you Kin beat me for god s Sake do not risk it a you care for her do no in a f a there is no risk. 1 will show if you must then let me i of let me 1�?� stammered the Hunter in tones of entreaty. A a Hillo bal be what a the drafted Ruia Png t. Cried Rube coming up. A hang it let s see the shot. I be Heern of it Afore. Done to be skeet be fool i hell do it like a Breeze a will and As the old trapper said this he caught i Comrade by the Arm and Slung him round out of the indians Way. Thi is a Fin bit of nature and our author May take our word for it that it will excite More admiration than the most terrible scene in the Book. But to proceed with the adventure. The girl during All this bad stood still seemingly not knowing the cause of the interruption. Garey Back was turned to her and. The distance with two year Jurf separation doubtless prevented her from recognising him. Before Garey could turn to interpose himself the Rifle was at tie indians shoulder and levelled i Finger was on the trigger and i Eye glanced along the sight. It a too late to interfere. Any attempt at that might bring about Une dreaded result the Hunter a he turned saw Thi and halting in i tracks stood straining and a Lewt a it was a moment of intense suspense to give my. Of a debtor of i lion to Tuan Nerly adversary. A a tomorrow Monsieur a lie said with a studied Courtesy a this Little affair shall by a def left and 1 will then Trust to a future Opportunity for my Rem the a a a Quot his creditor laughed loudly once More returned Quot his parting Bow Aud out hero threw himself into his cab considerably ruffled by the events of the a vening. On entering his apartment a packet was placed in his hand Jand he found himself directed by Hia chef to leave fans on the following Day with important despatches. This was vexatious enough As it terminated All Hope of the revenge which he had anticipated and. He accordingly resolved to devise some other method of diminishing the arrogant satisfaction of his Laie oppo pfc it. A a a 1 have occasionally lost Large Bitros a a mgr cured a he prepared to retire to Fresti a a but never before have 1 experienced such a dislike to pay a debt of Honor. To w ,u1icu re ones Money upon a Brut of upon. A Young Diplomatist of Good family a a a teb Riplie a is intolerable. 1 will make ipod Fortune Shuke handsome per Eon and j Eil it or once by some Means or another winning manners and unalterable Davniy. Che danger of tot Witiw. Work the fair ugh of a ability had insured to hint that popular Tede gnttema11 / y Talon so essential to individuals of his Craft. Thus a . De a Jura a a Soo forgot was about a month ago a guest at the 1 annoyance in sleep add in the Dino to a Ion of one of the celebrated a i was ordered at an unusually Rosiau text Britt Wiere the music of Musard 31 hour. Some Twenty minutes us a lion of i he vat Saloon m. De suffered by the goddess Toady a charming coquette and jewelled Matron poured Firth his offerings of homage with the Devotion for which he had been celebrated Troia his first entree into the Riih Couable circles of the French Capi out. At length. Yet and by excited Petit i Quot Giddy from exec of fight a he sauntered into an apartment sacred to the Wor Tal and the equipage whirled away and the successful Gambler was informed that us Mone rur in Cabriolet had left the articles in question a which no answer was required. T1 a a a he recipient first of it a Ned the note Aud read As follows. F move Tel re a unexpectedly compelled by diplomatic ship of Atambo whore he amused himself hu�im9a, a it leave farm within a few hours a a a. i hasten to1 cancel the of for Bome moment in watching the fluctuations of theve i out games which were progressing about him. This state of things could not endure Long Faria is As proverbially City of Gai teeters As st. Meters Burgh Udelf of every tug a who seeks to maintain his position in High society is the Carda and Ai a it r quite As familiar Juith the w 11 he we were jury but a such a comparison would by no tue aus have suf Iceil to imply what they., intended to convey we Correct ourself a i �1 a Ai accordingly enclose to you in acid substitute in lieu thereof with his Tai accompanying packet the Means of Lert bilk thus then m de a from is it it a lie widest extent your very a Spectator soon became an actor in the a mph by epistolary system. Ilig Tiou incurred town tres you last evening f do not sends a Ecie but value As from your own lips i was enabled to gather the predominant sentiment of your mind. I Hus Monsieur anxious to meet your Texeir Plary and Praise worthy principle so until singly impressed Sun Emu aim Nice apr no Durif the few Houre in which about to Sav Fais Brevi we hot of a red by Ltd society 1 have in. A comparison would by a a voted Mett what 1 a ult a a Vinced circumstances be your Dearest under the Busy scene and drawing off his spotless fort Nate Gamester eager a opened a files and advancing a chair which stood Enory of i a a old us old therein to temptingly beside a Small table Niche m h�.c0r>iniul0 1 and Atli a Aice two i a Small be Cess dra period with Pale Blue silk of a it a a a min is Ltd of we each found Gnu Ali opt it owed to a stranger by a Euey. A whom he had been invited to essay hts a mow a of we Send file. A skill Quot or to amuse Quot his idleness at one of la the Justice a court this Cue a recently those convenient game of Chance which decided in Agio to novel Way a coat was i Dummy be practice m Tett a Iete. Nov a were Pat and the evidence was direct and positive tire it 8 Sloop a is on Tif Tho Comoro Island site Atod m the Northern part of Mozambique Chanht it is much frequented by whale ship for supplies repeated outrages upon whom commit Ted by the King of the Island a furnished the necessity for the bombardment the following letter from the Captain of the barque Dolphin of Warren r. , the particulars of the transaction Friday aug. 8,�851. _ r Aspall a dear sir i take the lib % a try to write you the particulars of the a bombard Tofelt of the fort at Johanna. On the. It h of August the u. A Sloop of War Doit , Pearson arrived Here a a \ and mediately demanded Rodj ree of the a King for the unjust imprisonment of Cap Tain Moores of the barque Maria of new Bedford who was imprisoned Here a a Quot gust 1850. A out. Pearson after making All t. A inquiries of Boih the English Squadron on c this station and the masters of american ships in the Harbor and also of the English a it silents Here being convinced of the flagrant injustice done to Cap t Moore and a Others at this Island Minte Diatel deman led of the King $20,000, and required an Immediato answer. A a. After waiting All night and receiving no answer he dispatched another letter in forming the King that if be did not give. A Faith an answer at or before 12 of clock he should cd it a Jence hostilities. The King ref lied to the last note offering $300 in Cash. And $300 Worth of Bullocks and trinkets trap. P. Refused this and got his ship Jinder weigh and moored her off the town 100 write from the Beach with i broadside to the town. I the a Ling then sent off Aud offered to pay $3,0 0 if he could get it in any Way would give trinkets cattle and Cotton cloth to make up the Capri Verr a �?~4 t son then gave the King 24 hours a Fife to t consider of it at the same time tolling him v not to make any warlike demonstration in a the meantime if he did. A it Asa breach of fld Nence a hts Mai be did not come to to Send the women the place by noon the a then commence firing upon Lee if at Day Light the Frt there were a Large Nulter of troops Parade on the Shore and they sent word to capt. Fearson that he a might do what he could they Duld not ? Pav anything at 5# a. A the Dale Eom fenced tiring shot at the fort. After five a shots they set a White Flag. Capt. F. Immediately ceased firing and sent Lieut fair a with a Flag of truce to inquire what the White Flag was set Tor and if they were ready to treat with him. They answered that the wished the firing to cease and. Said they could not meet the demand. They were told Down the Flag of v truce but they refused to do so. Cent. P. On learning their answer sent another message to them informing them if they did / it not haul Down to e Flag he should commence firing again with it up. After waiting a proper length of time. A capt p., again commenced firing at the fort and Blockhouse at the Corner of the town hut strictly a voiding to fire into the town after Nineteen a hot and Shell they set a f signal a on the Beach Jid Lieut. Parker was aet with a Flag of truce. At this time the it x King offered to pay $1 ,t00 Down give i Bond a for $.1,000, and surrender the town said he was very sorry that he had done wrong Aud faithfully promised not to do so in future. He would give up i House his slave his cattle but that he Puld not give but $1,000 in Money and 30 head of 7 it t. two individual a More opposed in manner for both claimant the Partick were Irish and cattle. Capt. Pearson wishing to avoid tis offer on condition that the King should make a treaty with. And appearance Thau our hero and his an full of grit ready Toj Pend ail the had rather i bloodshed accepted this offer on condition affair had been Carer 1 that the King should refined than give up heat a no no. Wih hold it. Agomo to. M fault and Low voiced As the Strugor was a degree almost Tiou As a Man of were socially mismatched but under Cir of the claimants Modt the following a hauled his ship from the town and Ewery Chin stance the card were matter of More Lor settling the affair. Said Patrick thing has gone on quiet since so far. A the importance than the Man and the two an a Timothy Maguire now be by that coat he , i beg leave to say,.,was re. A Uisu at once proceeded to business. A Long to yer Milf i Tirey 1 by it i me 1 quire a order that americans might be our hero who had prudently provided for now mini be. To Mousy the both in a will. Treated with common honesty it would be Exi Veocie of tins nature had unfortunately j take the coat a an look it til Over the Man that a a great Benefit to the merest of thew Al reckoned without his Host a for it soon Fiat hit name on it a bail be the ing Fleet in the Indian Ocean to have a became apparent that be was no mat Adfor Al of a a said Timothy. A soup of War to protect As. The King makes his noisy opponent and the shining a Apo i a Baa yell stick to the Wargai a Quot asked fat 1 nothing of imprisoning us when he think Irons which he cart mealy placed upon thejriek.�?T. /. Proper without Law or gospel and we can table soon made their Way into the you tet a to be Tor a answered Timothy Ami veal Only Appeal to our government which has rejoiced co Tooel on both tin. A i proud to a promptly and effectually a then look at it a mid Patrick a he a aed 1 redressed the outrage upon capt. Moores the coot into the hand of Timothy who vainly a you can make such use of this com my searched every port of it flt r i name Aud a j a ration As you think proper. The state red it Back to Patrick Hoot Eucly Mioc. A an Vincnt Are True. I a an eve witness to of ins exulting antagonist that the play a perfectly fair he both Felt Bandsaw but the nieces of the opposite party was so , that it piqued us vanity and w Hein he had exhaust his purse be still resolved to persevere feeling convinced that some sudden turn of Fortune must soon enable him to redeem Hia ill Luck. He consequently explained to i antagonist that he had no More Money about him but that be was ready to continue the struggle on parole a proposition which was a med lately accepted and the game was renewed As energetically As Ever with the same unaccountable result. Prosperity had however tended to1 overcome the Good Breeding of i former adversary who became to much elated at the Golden Harvest which he continued to reap from the Pertinacity of our hero that his exultation grew Wordy Ami noisy and attracted a crowd of idler about the table. A a and nevertheless a he shouted As he possessed himself of stake after stake which he carefully scored against i victim a a nevertheless Monsieur is a perfect master of the game yet you toe gentlemen you see that he cannot stand against my Lucky the spectators acquiesced and marvelled and Stilt the struggle continued. de a who found it infinitely More a May to support the ill timed hilarity of his com Pau san made no reply to the vain boasting now fit us see if be can be film in the like in yer own name an the �?o�e1i�t�k to the mid Patrick eagerly grouping the Peutl. A upon the Honor of a Mao a a a Timothy Quot a then hold on a bit a mid Patrick m he Drew in knife and opened a Corner in the Collar of he Cost taking therefrom two very Small pea exclaiming a a held them out in his hand a there d be see tharis Eye hat what it that a mid Timothy. A a divil Dole it has to do with it it u me name to be sure pea for Patrick and pea for he go the Coa a he did. Scoth benevolent institution of Odd fellow in the United state number 200,000 member. There Are 2 835 lodges and 600 Ebenm Preot is the United state. The amount t of mean for the year 1651 we $1,200,000. The Uso unt paid the same year for Relief we nearly $500, a a to Given to about within month. 23.000 tid to have been Young americana a a the whole proceedings. Yours. A Charlesr Cutler master bark Dolphin. Trail Kiddson Runion Cocker neg Thein Teo Tica Al France in respect to Baigier. Cire ate in Peru. They deserve importance from the feet that the belgian govern men t has Jat ordered an of 100 men m each of the bet tetons of tha regiment of the line of the Bel gun army. A there or 40 battalion Tiu will Moke the total augmentation 4900. It is reported Alto my the prewar that the Gover Araen intends to apply to the Chambers for a credit of 6,000 000 franc for the Eathl usent of an entrenched Camp in the environs of Antwerp and Tor putting into a hate of defence the Teta de tenders. Pasen to Goan a stated that a number of ton and Twenty Dollar Gold Piee Sre in circulation st Pittsburg having Fuet bored through them and to Kwan Mie Efy Elled up m to Render Detec ten Hwy i ger a few . Effey of City to make a Mach no of in ardor to atom sat a Paula of Toto Auto Law Holt win Al Erward to be elated with r

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