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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - May 14, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioA of of it a i /. \ m a a. A. A t a b o a Gaji of tote tempera nor Reform a publish a every , a. A a i Attak Ben Fra Riklin steam printing House a t in v of 41 a i k it 4>i a it 14. Terms 7 single subscription a a it �1 50 club of ton anti upwards. A a a i 00 must be Acennie Nniro with late Cash and Addre a it Ltd. To tog paid to Caleb i amp re iks Frankus Vrin Tiu morsf., a a Cincinnati o. I of flue s father would almost reduce therm to pow Rumm forr Reg them to Sull #<iissdrsm-1 a i. I Tasic feh Tever they still Fiona this was not however the Case wit a every one of them a. Man dwelt a Neng Lento arid bad Dirette so for Many years off to seemed a Little Wiser and Inore careful than the rest of the Community. His name As Pierre Bandeau. To Way Mot a native of the place but had Long Wen established among them and had at one Shewn Hin Sel f a worthy brother. He was pit Hess sol fish and cold. La is fiery than his Fel Loyva he had an a Tiemit of caution which Marie Flieten feel his value and a ready wit which pen helped them put of difficulties. His to wilts.,was soon a Felt and he became a and of chief. He was at last recognized As the head of the Vul Gutt and the Leader in All expeditions. A rut the great source of his Power was his foresight. He Quot a a a written for la Organ of \ the rum seller a banquet. By n us. Ii. A Dav. Tameen the now it altar a room the , the Wir re Raj it flow freely a we re nil a us Iez a lord a mind not lire Law Wail that lame of stall the Noil of the drunkard Shore Cap it i All. I Quot of Quot gather come pallier the free and the gave who deem it a Thra Dom the Power that would save who tear not the King of the Arch fiend below it where a Horn of Alt glory the dts Kari lie Low. Wiandt la Mun a or provisions at i Yoars. Landed in safety Art that part of the was always really to kelp one of coast by so a Ray mysterious futility they p to 1 Raj always perished. 1 presently three boats were observed pulling for die Shore anti coming towards the Sandy in Uch at the Mouth of the Gorge his companions for a consideration. In Ines of distress he bought tip All the Stock p hand and even sold on Cret lit. In course of time he Rich had a better House than the Ryan and could if. Be liked have retired from business. Rut he seeped chained to his Trade and never sign of abandoning his disgraceful occupation. Of a Jle and pulling ill Fot one a Point Mats apr Mac bed a 1 a re Aye it or Hwy Fiker the Yewing arts tip wild i in whom the Bright Sun of the morning weel trailed Ere they looked on the Cap and Taw their mad gain a to wow a rpt in Cloud and a he a t full of pain. Of me gather Quick gather the Rich and the True who foot tie Blank Billa when the drunkard get ulna for deprived of Tuch Friend be might not get a taste of the a Uong cheer of Lig without which a i Eie a waste. A a a 11 a Pumo bring to out Htun nol lha widow a Pale ton a we 11 Fen to on i mood Ere i Ufa ii half run 1 trend not her deep Corso when she take he poor boy Hack Back to a heart that b Breed of All Joy i dim gather Quick gather from out the it Weet Liotina the Dearest the Noble a and bid them now come while hotbed Are the shriek of the lost we have damned a a if and hid Neath our cloak the stood red of Ouri and. A he a they were within fifty ard4 to the Shore ant pulling still abreast hey had entered the narrow gut of water one Day however he left Montreau arid j leading to the Gorge and were already out s he he of reach of the huge Waves which a minute a before threatened to submerge them. The Campai died by a Young and Lovely girls a one wreckers extinguished the lantern on the f those energetic but Sweet creatures whose cows Horn. There was no Chance of the influence would is supreme with a Good boats being Able to put sea Many. Madeleine Sandean was eighteen stay ill away nearly a fortnight who came Back lie Wash Fet alone he w suddenly a figure pushed through the tall Well proportioned and exceedingly j crowd am approached the Fife near which was moreover educated. 7 Piem Bandeau stood. It Appel wed to be her father bring her to different from what she was used to she presided Oner at once with ease . Great was the horror of the Lunf girl when she found out the character of the people around she remonstrated freely with her father As to the dreadful nature of his life but the old Nim was cold and inexorable. A he had brought her there to preside Over his solitary House a lie said a mid not to Jedju e him a and Madeleine was forced to by silent. F bet pry thee Loftt juber the orphan we be Elad 111 Ray end in mourning tech heart should be glad for if Why should come near tier wild revel heal a the reel in our Veniace Wield re Orch their Bare feet. R net bring the mad wife w Ith her hair tire Aming wild fur sure the would say you have robbed my poor child a i i of father of Mother and All thet a dear. Andr tins might Diali eartes the i Sita Here. Ltd i of Quot Quot Only those who c an join our wild song a v who Reck not of life but Milf death Noley probing a these gather be Jovial not fear the Dart pall if we sleep the Wpm sleep Well sleep one and All. I Anesati Mey 7th, 1k.�2. T 1 the h. A so on a certain part of the coast of Brittany some year Hack a gang of wreckers existed Olio were the terror of All sailors. Ever of the look out for the unfortunate vessels which were continually dashed upon their inhospitable shores their Delight was in the storm and the blast they Rev tilled in the howling of fierce wind and tin lightnings Glare was to them More delightful than the brightest show of fireworks to the Dweller in Large towns. Then they canse out in drove Hung about the Cliffs and rocks hid 111 Cavern and Hole and waited with intense anxiety for the Welcome sight of some Gallant ship in distress. So dreadful were the passions lit up in these men by the love of Lucre that they even resorted to in fatuous stratagems to lure vessels on Shore. They would Light false Liea cons and strive in every Way to delude the devoted bark to its destruction the Village of Mon Reaux was almost wholly inhabited by men who made wreck Jug their profession. It was a collection of miserable huts built principally out of the broken materials of the various vessels driven on Shore and ostensibly inhabited by fishermen who a however rarely resorted to the deep a of cent when a Long continuance of Fine weather rendered their usual avocation Leas prosperous than usual. They con Sis Tod in All of about thirty families wreck cars for the most part from father to son and even from Mother to Dang term for women joined freely in the atrocious Trade. Atrocious indeed for murder necessarily accompanied pillage Aud it rarely Hap Jie tied that Many of the Crew Ami Parnease tigers of the unfortunate vessels escaped 1 alive. Bodies were to deep found along the Shore but even if they exhibited the Marks of blows the sea and the rocks got the credit of the deed the Interior of the hut of the Hamlet presented a Motley appearance. Their denizens were usually clothed in All kinds of costume from toe Peculiar garments of englishmen to the tur Lens shawls and petticoats of Lascar malays and others cases of spirits chests of Toola barrels of flour piles of hams cheeses curious arms spy glasses compasses ac., were thrust into coffers and Corners while All the villagers were in the habit of spending Money Fiat certainly was not coined in France. A the state Oftle a Good people of Montreau was one of splendid misery for with All their ill gotten wealth their i Providence and carelessness was such that they often a the indiaman was evidently Shore and All the Elferts of her Gallant Crew seemed powerless to Savia her. Her almost naked marts and her dark Hull with a couple of a Antens could now plainly but distinguished As she Rose Aud fell on the Waters. Suddenly she seemed to be comp motionless though quivering in every Fibre and then a huge wave washed clean oter her decks. She has struck on the mistral Bock a said t Pierre. Of my she will he in pieces in an hour and every atom will Cortie on Shore 1 a a they Are pitting out the 1 boats Job served Jean. The wreckers clinched their weapons. If the Crew lauded in safety their Hope were gone. But no Crew had Tor Many they were evidently crammed full of peo j 1 i .1 ii _ 11 f a. Living thing Disch Birgh a Quot fee to Cave where they sometimes took shelter 11 the coast guard was sent in search of mba the delighted sailors and passengers read themselves through the Village took a see Sion of the houses at the Ai upper 1 d slept in the Beds taking care however i the place four sentries in War concealed Pip j a who for Feur of a Mirtise. Madeleine i. Or father her brother the ship s surgeon j to drop a Chip from the Block of impair uts for d a Young lady passenger came to the we have spirit Here worthy of being known to us of old sind eau who was Pitt to lied 1� us Jou. So without More aug ill and his wounds dressed. He said nothing., 1 once to a tale that has not of Tel a been old Lut went Tofsly up or feigned to do . A a 0d , but which merits a place was then put upon to table and tory. And Trust you May hand it Down for the fhe four Pereras above mentioned sat Down 1 Benefit of some one s posterity. By a few i Ninnes in silence. Jacques the j Harry s-4<wne of i he a Rojee ones of a t Airi of the est st Maiuu Tuii looked Mornay the town and although Young in spirits he a and thoughtful. He said riot a word. Slip j �1�?~1 in More ways than nned Rich in Broad fro Klim Haw Ihu Tima aau . Or a mint of total Atid Chr train turn Hud in p a fyn in it toll far a far tax Procos ton. Dear Sheet has been the entertainment of. Many a Gay company in our a tie in City or a Kossuth has it Metropolis j for year yet it is rape to read any of the doings amongst the hog Loving denizens of la Ork Opplis. As i have become a Dweller Here amongst the Many cask a Small Corner How if pm Donna Hon unt trn Elt a in see. Mill my. A to make a bad bargain. Many a trap has been Laid to catch him Bat his operations always turned out so As to add something to he Jpsie and wiil Mote to Bis Renta j a a some time since a parly of Young in Ewere i talking of i Uncle a tiny % great Wiick in i Way and various Lus Tances were mentioned of Bis extraordinary trades Aud Bis uniform Jem it Jonellan at Lem club offered to but that he would catch him before two Days. Of course \ that bet was taken As soon As it was proposed and soon afterwards left sits to make Bis preparations to win. \ flip next Day was a fort Ilia and Jesih and or. Snow met at the court House. A Good morning Uncle Bill a says Jem a fall Ell to Day i Quot of a i pretty Well i thank Yon. Jeers toy son. Ltd enly however he was routed by heart Rte the Yonng surgeont of the Jentie Sophie speak. A a Madeleine a said it he in a gentle but still much agitated tone of voice a How is it i find you Here you 1 whom i left at st. 0 mgr a l a a a Abad taken bet from school to to to a House which though so one of the wreckers but the voice a that to most whispered in the old Many seat Tinaje him Start. Father 1 a said Madeleine in a Low sol emn voice a a what Are you about to do a Quot a fool what Waife you Here if replied. Pierre amazed and angry at the same tint a a i come to a preve it murder 1 father think what you Are about to do i Here Are fifty coating in.,.7�?~>speak of in cried the ant Ouight a Sailor. A a it is. But speak my dear a of Buard i 4m Here because yonder is ,. My father and it is my duty to be of Here who no Hirr f Prog Sramac por a he i a. 1 poor Otu in ii flu interred a Otea Larry is in. A Bot who i your father by re Cottin attendance. Tied the other. V to la Ftp Ana a anus not ent he u the a right by we a a i am hem a said the old Man. Fiercely it and Houghl u to to take All the Tor Ting round because 1 am at War with j kit a order to make he game full Harry the world. For a trifling error i was Dis must have the Lead. Avith these Lew charac missed the co Miraud of this very Jane Tofi Stic indoor Friend which Are necessary to sb/<0 twelve years ago. 1 vowed revenge i �1c, a a h leave him but if you Ever the mud of revenge i., have be was. And want to Arfow a Prince of Good Fellows Call on the aforesaid his heart a Hii and pocket Arcas a a per i Asa Church door. About fifteen years ago soon after the hard Tii pea of a a what Bina Yucis was id a the deep bosom of bankruptcy buried and indolent pleasure had inked the place of pork barrels and sugar Hogsheads Harry proposed a excursion to the Shady Grove to make love and dance me the Coral tid of car Birds and Fla were any trading on hand this morning a enquired to axeman. A nothing in particular. Jeemes. Times is rather Dull just now people done to Trade As they used to a a that a a fact Uncle Bill a responded Jera. A a Well hit be nothing Bettes offers # pose you and i make a Trade a for Black Glove Render him useful at the lat Hoje Tiou the world Jeems. Go ahead a Friend re not get marry Ute therefore 1 40dwe \rw,52h.�?Ti ,. It a. P a a toll Uncle Billy i have a Mare yonder i want to Trade for that male of yours How w ill acre Yat poor in the Golden Coin of the realm Larry Haisa Large Circle of friends and being near related to that Well known gentleman a a the oldest inhabitant a has been is and Ever shall be the first called upon to att us a wedding or a funeral and although Bis disposition Aud qualifications Are More harmonious to the former yet his Pride of office anti partiality vat t a -1 n Feu res loafing m Eye of of Frt Yed it tug a and you will give Theta i the Jim 8&piue a sob a you i and you see the kind of revenge i have be Lect do a a Bear father a said Madeleine gently a Raee what an a scape you have had a v a a to Side a a interposed Jacques a a there was to occasion for revenge. M. Sonceau who bad adopted of searched tot you far. J and wide to give you another ship. A they dismissed you in a moment of anger. Taij a life Aud shelter death i a a it. By a a this is no place for you Madeleine a she saw at once the utter futility of. Any cried the other in a husky voice. A go attempt to Civilia Eor human Ira the a Legra fit me girl and never let in see you Otil ded beings she with and so she again at night of a 1 Tikik to the children. With great difficulty j a away Madeleine a away in said the she formed a school her daily a crowd a Lalmer to Iustini not Only words but ideas and i a a i will not away in i will stay Here to principles into the minds of the voting in Eye Tiu do your foul deed to fix it on my fledged wreckers. She gained the Goodwill Nind that Day and night i May shout in of the elders by nursing both Young and your ears that be Are murderers father old a luring their hours of sickness As Well added she solemnly d imbue your hands As by a slight knowledge of Medicine in the blood of one Man to night and 1 am which she had picked up in a Way she Nev a he River explained but which always made her silent and sad when she thought of it i. When a Black and gloomy night came round Aud the whole Village was on fool then Madeleine locked herself in Lier room Knelt Down and remained in prayer. Now and Firth she would creep to tiie window look out Aud interrogate the gloom. A she never came Forth to Greet her father on his return from these expeditions. Her heart revolted even against seeing her Parent under such circumstances Ami towards nooning she went to bed rarely however to Aseep. On one occasion after a cold Aud hitter i Day the evening came on flu Denly. Black j Cloud covered the horizon As will a Fune j a pall the wind began to howl round the Era coining Dowtin in a body. Hamlet with fearful violence and made Quot As i expected Quot he. Cried in a Load Leine shuddered for she knew what was to ringing voice. A a fire a a shoot every one of Fie expected that night. Scarcely had the \ tie villains a voile to child of Yoars. I will beg 1 will crawl through t he world Ort my hands Bat nver More will i eat the by Ted of crime a a take her away Pierre a a said one Nerc Ruffi anly than the rest a a or you May Repetti Ilia 1 f a a go girl go a whispered Pierre faintly while the wreckers moved in a body to the Shore where the boats were a bout to strike. A never a shrieked Madeleine clinging Frant icly to her father s clothes. ,. Let me go Quot cried Pierre dragging her with him. At that moment a terrible event interrupted their a Man stood upright in the Foremost boat guiding their Progress just As they were within two Yards of the Shore this snap saw the wreck soon As of Odd be to nest j 38� mooted Lunf a rearm. And Avertt j de with it a a i three o clock of a pleasant but hot summer of j you Trade a a �?~1 done to know exact a a a responded or. Snow but As rattles Are generally considered As Worth inure than horses and your Mare is get Titi along in years 1 so pose ten dollars would it be to it much Boot would it a give me Tew Deal sri Aud your Mare and Yin May take the mule a a a a done so a exclaimed Jem perfectly Delight cd the Money was paid Over Aud la it i it Cut text were handed Over to their new oils Lew Jedi took his mule Home and that flight this beast Lay Down and died. This was a sore blow to. Our hero but he had one More Day left and a it determined to a Aye himself. The next morning found him and Snover at the same place add in con vexation a follows Uncle Bityk a say Jet a i think you came i. T a a what is done is done a said Pierre a and i Tepboon Lolk ears Van of some i am a wrecker i have done wrong but Quot of and baifi�8> vending &uh1k toe Turnpike Road in quest of an Nin brn a Way her. If i recover i a Hall remain and come the trader of the Village of a a a a a no father Lotf a test come with a a observed Jacuta a sadly. You and i and Madeleine will find some Julet spot where none will know of the past and Elfere we ourselves May learn to forget i have he ready saved Depoi ill to supp it us a Quot and Sotir wife sir in said tie a mtg Law by who had not hitherto spoken. A a Leonio. You calf never marry me now. You Are no fit mate for thu son of a 1 a 1 1 Quot a a a Jacques a in Tempo Ted the Young surgeon v neither you nor Judder Ifil has any i gift to Buffer for the errors of your father. Ii made the Aqa quaint and a of yen in sister at my aunts Icho of in st outer. I loved her Jac Tiea my boy take. B. I see this life is not fit for j-j04 Retreat each vehicle loaded with it Rich freight of Beauty and pot much leu agreeable a nov earn the strongest game Over me. Yesterday in that a m 2 i Janie of yours i done to like Fea so much this. / morning a i did yesterday i a of t think he he Gale commenced when Pierre Rose put on i Rhio we motor armed j himself and a wallowing a Brandy portion of provender for the Day s repast. A Quot Harry led the troupe in a Large Carriage with his Little a a pallet at his Side and a Large Basket of cooked chickens salads &.e., in front forgetting the hardness of the times and the Scarcity of Money in the enjoyment of the a moment. A but Alad for the duration of happiness Harry espied a toll Gate an Ini pediment in. The Days financial arrangements never before considered Andra the funds raised for a can in bad been spent in the Purchase feast Larry was at a stand still Bow to proceed Onward. To Stop the Carriage and beg Money of the others would he a confession of poverty and to be stopped at the Gate would be a of the fact. Altera moments reflection Harry thought his face must be known Ami failure 1 arted an this journey /1 had a a Vitoli Gates As Ifie sure indication of a fun rom her a half to Romise which i now Call cd furthermore that he Law. Of the 1 state required All funeral processions to be past Madeleine a a at upon her to a a what say you Jacques gravely a. A that i can never give my hand to a Man whom l love too Well to a a a Madeleine you Are right and you Are a Noble girl a replied her brother. A a children a a said the old pan with a groan a 1 Aeki my crime now in it null hid. Yiu Ness but i can at least repair part of the evil done no listen to me. Alec me lag All the rest had preceded him. He found theme camped in. A narrow Gorge round a huge fire carefully of Small arms within pistol shot of the body of writ the i greeting which these men received and terrible discharge shewed the Way in. ,. B which the discharge had told. One half of to do so and i remain he re a me a wrecker de free of charge. He matted the Driver to allow i horses to walk for the next mile As the Day was hot and arrangements for the funeral were rapidly made the Basket was placed across the seats and Eov red with one of the Black Leathern curtains indicating to All inns no peeling eyes the inst remains of a poor babe. A Parr of Black gloves relics of the last funeral being j drawn on k>4 hands and his face deep buried in the same the procession reached Quot the Gate a Keepe always a wrecker. Gome decide a a Madeleine held out her hand to eds a cd the villagers fell Oft the Stony Beach the other half tied. Hind some rocks. It was a cola Windy i among those who remained waa made and Jacques to Leonie his friends sister wet la ight but the wreckers cared not for i Leine. Bhe a a a the wind blew dead on Shore and gave had received several Rich Promise of Reward for whatever they ground in agony. After the Days pleasures were Over the Story was told am Nett the boys and during the kneeling by her father who. Returning from the Colony where her parents a Rita finer Quot in to to bin Pretl a in eral so and Lay on toe had died the old Man shut his eyes and fold boy s hell uu8ra1, might endure. A a you were gut gut Quot he Gro Guetl a a 1, a �1 a pm a few weeks one of her Rye a particular a Man Lay on the look out at the month see it now when it 1� too late and i few i. Fogt a a neighbouring town and the Crew i j j do lot t Ronda aah interesting child and 1. A to i i _ a a a i_______--.-1 u a a i Ami Imka Ritj it no no Treml i a ratin Taii a. A a. You were right girl a he groaned a a i of the Gorge under a Tarpaulin. He had a night Glass in his hand with a which he swept the dark horizon for some time in vain. But the wind was too Good to fail them and the wreckers bad patience. It was really a terrible night. It was pitchy dark not a Star nor one glimpse of the Pale Moon could be distinguished. The wed howled among the rocks Aud cast the Spray up with viol Cuce against the Cliffs which however in front 0? the Gorge gave Way to a Low Sandy Beach forming the usual Peen of to my wreckers operations. A current rushed into this narrow bight and brought on. Shore numerous spars boxes Aud boats All things Welcome to these Lawless men. A a a prize a cried the look out suddenly a tall indiaman is not More than a mite off Shore. She is making desperate efforts to Clear the Point but she won t do ii she is ours lads i a a give me the Glass a exclaimed Pierre rising. The other gave him the Telescope. Faith a splendid Brig 1&Quot said the patriarch with a sinister smile a a the finest Windfall we have had for Many a season. Jean you must out with the cow or perhaps it May escape the cow was an abominable invention which Pierre had taught his comrades. A cow was tied to a stake and a huge ships lantern fastened to its horns. This toe animal towed about in the Hope of Direnga Ted. Toe ring himself and in so doing presented appearance of a ship Riding at Anchor All that could Lee seen on such nights being the moving Light. By this Means had Many a bin been lured the destruction m the tub Hope of finding a Safe anchoring ground. A a1 til a a a which was always ready was out and the trick a orld to. Our Money is never Well spent Money. Have deserved it. A a better a sobbed Madeleine a a better be Here than have imbued your hands in the blood of one of those miraculously delivered a a say you so woman a said a loud voice near her. A then you Are not one of the gang i Koew them of old As Well As their infernal Cut Throat Gorge and pulled straight for it but quite prepared to give them a warm reception a Madeline looked up. She saw around her More than fifty men three women and some children. She shuddered again at the thought of the awful massacre which would have occurred but for the sailors prudence. A a my Good girl a continued the Man a a we Are cold wet and hungry can you Shew us some shelter f a yes but do you bid some of your men carry my father who i fear is a a it is no More than he merits a replied the Man a a but for your Sake i will have him take i care Quot it is what i Merit a said Pierre in a strange and loud tone a a but not from your hands a a merciful god pm cried the Sailor a a whose voice is that a a a you will soon know but do As your sister bids you and then we can talk More at. Madelaine cast herself sobbing into her brother a arms who gently disengaging her had a litter prepared for his father Jed then guided by Madelaine the procession advanced on its Way. An armed party marched at the head and in a Quarter of an hour the Village of Montreau was reached. It was entirely deserted. There were fires in the houses and lamps lit and even sep Rema tied silent the rest of the evening. Next Day conveyances were obtained a toll and with proper solemnity he swore vengeance. Ringe mated out with the a last of the front Oue was seated Harry and his fellow �3? it Quot a a a or a. A Psi to a a pfc the a cover of Ivarre Jac Jook excepted he i a pro Quot a a a on of iming forced to go to Havre to explain a Vente to his owners. In ten Days he re full _. Turned. Old Sandeau a Trow a be to w Pau bearer a Ullh Idle Corpse Between removed and the whole party left Mon of a to a. J. Reaux which was then stringed by to re a Kate a reached and about. Being arid de2tod i 7 a id Hava espied the solemn face tha farm la Fon. I. in of the aforesaid . A a with one amp so so tort he a red the Olev o. Feet United with those of Jacques they proved and Catehis Juthe bridle of the horses brought the Quick and the dead to a halt. Ley it a. Lee t sufficient to take a House furnish it Anda Charon come upon Earth and de Start both Young couples in life. Edouard Man led Parmett for eroding the acheron it set up As a surgeon in Havre his brother a a a a a a w As ��ss5�5t3. A �-iitesr4�? the House of Sonceau and from that Day All prospered with them. Old Sandeau did not live Long. He was crushed under the weight of the terrible past Aud his deathbed was full of horror Aud remorse. A lip three Young conceited wits a they thought theut elves passing along the Road near Oxford met a grave old gentleman with whom they had a mind Tobe rudely merry a Good Morrow father Abraham a said on a a Good Morrow father Isaac a mid the a Good Morrow father Jacob a said the last. 1 am neither Abraham Isaae nor Jacob a replied the gentleman a but Saul the Sou of Kish who went out to seek his fathers sees and to Here have i found who pesos an am Sican boo i a the new York courier notices a fact very creditable to american literature that in an eng Fah wholesale catalogue in which under the Bead a pop Glicr Standard works a Are on Hundred and thirty three Itema of which forty seven considerable More than one third Are the erod of american pens and. Were Fust pub eked by american publishers. Harry begged and old Daria swore. Harry swore and old Davis raved. Head be did if any More roasted chickens and boiled hams could be passed through his Gate under the Knoerl . Harry was obliged to pay the sum six doll an and forty cents bet swore off from any More funeral my on that Road Cincinnati Ohio. Chirs. It. Of a correspondent of the Philadelphia says hat the proposed Monument of Heury Clay in Washington cemetery is designed to Ira a joint Monument to Washington Franklin Lafayette and Henry Clay the name of each to be inscribed on an appropriate place on each of the four aides. The coat to be raised by subscription of from fifty cents to one Dollar from ladies ail Over the United states. The contributors names to be enrolled on Parchment and snap ended in a room in the Monument 30 feet Square. The design is similar to that of sir Walter Scott it win be 180 Teet High on a base of 40 feet Square. A spiral staircase will ascend to the top from which new York and All the sir rounding country with the Bay and Ocean can be seen. Morning Asi am be Torday of acquaintance what it it Gnu take tort a a Swap Back 5 a now Jeemes. My son a answered Uncle Billy �?o1 done to want to be hard of you but you took me up at the first1 hop Auto Sydn k now a Trade s a Trade. But if you Areve by anxious to me i done to care much. Give me ten a dollars More and you May have your Mare t a Uncle Billy ill do it a exclaimed Jem in great Delight. A but Only of this a a Nodi Iione each inn must come and take away his own Thoc a beast t i did no to bring my male along to Day ref the it and i see you did no to ride the Mare so its a a Long of ii s Broad f i la give von Tew dollars now add ill gof Nome with you. First and i. The Mare and afterwards you can Send or Ortte foe the mule at any a a any Way Jeemes a sep ii or. Snow. The Money was paid Angr Jem and the old Man started. The next Day when the same crowd had met to decide Thev bet. Jem waa there giving in his experience a follows a the old Roan and i ride along very costly together talking about everything in the world except our Trade. That question i dodged. I was afraid to open my Lipa until i got my Mare Safe. At last we reached the old Fellows Bouse and he said to me As we entered the Yard a a Eraes my Aon. There u Jon Mare you can take her away with you. And. Boya darn me of there wan t the old Mare lying in the Yard ask dead As a door Nail. The info Nat beast had. Died the same no Jet with Ike York spirit of Thi to sep. A a f to . Of temp it no Trattou of it a re ii re of the Circle. 7714-41 i i. id Square inches we will consider As an Oblom Square divisible into b which k air of the diameter of the id inches when converted into the Circle. The Quantity still remains the same. Nothing gained by the curve nothing i lost by angles. V the same is de deed by considering the e ircle of 12 inches As placed within a Square of 16 inches where the sides of the Square Are precisely equal to the diameter of the Circle. Subtract four inches from the Square and the 12 inches of the Circle Are left which four inches Are taken from the four Corners of the Square projecting beyond the Circle. /. F a a 2. % direct cd cd of cry re Divide the Circle into three Seq dial parts of Foar inches to each part multiply one of the Divi Siroos by 3, and. We have the Quantity of the whole the form of the inches so divided with the acute Angle at one end Aud the curve at the other can make no difference a to Quantity. The symmetry is the same though different in form from the Square Inch. The same result is obtained if we proceed transversely 01 inversely. Transversely one twelfth part of the Circle b one Inch and soon to the Centre of the Circle. 1 Vera Ely one Inch in the Centre b one twelfth of the whole and to on to the Periphery of the Circle suiting the measure in both cases to Ike Quantity desired. Diagrams illustrating the above calculations would be exceedingly interesting but it would be a Little difficult to introduce them into the columns of n . Consider As an Onuma Square a three equal parts or four inches to four inches then is the third far Nard person by the name of Wilson Swift whom too deep reflection had rendered Insa portably Melancholic attempted on monday last to escape the Sunshine of this nether world of indulging in a cold hath in the Miami canal. Some philanthropic individual passing by resolved to Rescue the unfortunate and a plumped in after him. Neither Bung leaders both would have drowned had Nek a third character appeared upon the stage or rather in the canal and bore them through the Hellas entire Waves to whet Homer Calls the a resounding ill
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