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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - September 10, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioVolume 1. A f or the \ t Temperance Reform Friday i y Ca i Etc a Auk a Bern Franklin printing House. Gua e in i to v terms Rhinart ? us options. A a Ciao of ten and upward so a Alt inv is i1 nip Nln a with tin Iii hum it Tel Ira it i it a Postany pall Tom a evil fax Vlku i tetto hoi aft fun Cinotti o. L Lui a a .\s4w���sssss poetry. A a in a cited i a mind. To to of Revi , fit slip Lent Mill a dirt a i new qty Vlasi. 1 Ftp when first tin no i Lily is a a cod spread the wide into a i he firn a the Tad and hade the a Rrth appear a i and All Maryf tilsit a it from Cri it ivs Dun n to z Light chaos Luek a waned a amp build fear. Jun Sutis and atari adorned la sky. Fitting the ii Mew to Etna a with i i it ii to n2 a Earth. With her Eilea Forry the Nuoye. to egg Rij Wurl Itea Teve 1 a \ in. Diu in la a Siuty May Quot a. A but in Fly oldest to Tref Ita a Hrin cd in mail a foul butt of to Lizun fatal my do athe Sony v i upward soar. # a \ it Tweh Liibs scid Cycle sol he filled i Trent Wal a a a it Szyc Fienette stir it d -1a its throbbing heard i More apr have p ask do dimly now Quot to amp a Iksuh a Lif a Imit brow some Gein Are uhssih2 then where a re the raids no wore their beams it cheer tin cml do we has if amid the desert air ,. How Dun eel or f.arth1 Warrek draft smiled f Hie Borryn dts Ert leak and wild in Hub or mrs bps a Mee Xgo sparkling drop Ora rotes a Topi a a a i Rala Ivi ill Eye to Hiruo of Mot ,.i a it Quot Ana a Tsoh Ftp a the pm. But mind endures. Here strength modes. From roaring Thunder floods it guides t Ita or a a a Tow ii Alfil a a Lii m Esse Tiger of Itris or the w id it it Arth and entry deep Mihui Ual Noird the lightnings Lisit. Of a despite that wondrous Power whose mighty Force keeps to a i is a nets m Tui course. Wit Mil minds orbit Hea a v the blaring Star Horn Trees appears -. \ in the Niue of Distant years a j it traces in the skies. Quot were greater girl Fath these toot maed subservient the 1 immortal my a he fire the birth of Nee Here they lost when Gilt at of say. Tit sadness if it on Adani s face. And withered Paradise of. I i an wanderer in the Polar realms where everlasting w a tar a Helms v t in loom the rolling year. A i tag Home its i a try Val where Helm in Era re Hrej Itaf prevails add in scans fruits Alf i v so mind its lust Roi Hailame a it highest a reate Dywer that Cantell prevails a Hwn a Mong ii Dii Vea Tiai Pov from lad s almighty baud Pines in ibis chill benighted waste till ter i a a in spark seen flit n r or it at a to tread her native land. Cents of tears and tot Lanil strife or this the Stinde of Lle a t this Diu do in 1 of Are our infant when Short Are our infant Semi rate fill our three Selt re years and ten they re to / beyond the Clouds and mists of night a beyond those rolling orbs # Light it. Which Ducki the hangs Quot �4 do . Where first the Newrn instars ital Urlea a the glories of the spirit world. ,. A a is Ziad s a during hum. A in Cinnoti 01 it a the fell destroyer of Domestic a Monesa peace and virtue. Henry would have spurned with Indi Liou the thought that he could Ever Heck Tatt i a rate hut he knew not How frequently his elicit Oil spirits were produced to natural stimulus Oil which Giro ail become too dependent. Unsuspected Sie it ily but Sias too surely even As the Tiger Springs Pora its prey does intemperance Shirfe its victim. A. A few shorts months passed on the lovers stood at the altar Aud solemnly plighted their Faith. Every thing seemed to pro Hise fairly for their future Hap Ptucha and the paid Crous friends Aud acquaintance Hasto cd to offer their warm congratulation the Young complo were indeed most Nappy nearly a year elapsed before even a Shadow crossed their path. And yet the dangerous habit was daily gaining a strength few glasses of wine or a moderate so Brandy were now considered quite essential to his welfare the stimulus Aud could not attend r less without it.�?T1 Helen occasionally rallied him upon taking w hat she considered a swipe what i moderate Quantity and to compel him to sign the pledge hut her Rehs in Traycee were made in Plav Furnett. As1 Jet not a doubt or fear had crossed her Inird. J tire kissed on and now another we Intuit them still More closely together. A Lovely babe smiled upon a a them Aud warmed their hearts with its looks of love. Quot a a the duties of a Mother had somewhat in Straeter Helen a att Tentou drum fibr . Although he still possessed her Mast devoted Aud Earnest of faction even Inore if possible than previous to the Hirth of the Hild she did not watch Bis eve fit look and action As she had done when there want no other aim ant to her love and it was not. Until Long after others had perceived and Attieh de his altered looks and manners that Het eyes were opened to the fearful change. A Are you going out this evening a alged Helen with something of disappoint Jon in her tone As her husband Rose irom the top table. And took his hat and overcoat. \ it it i Henry a cited. A i am sorry to leave Van. Uriel a a he said a but to Tell tic truth Tucjer is to a social party among the Young tue ii with whom i was a quailed before , this evening. An,.l they urged junk so earnestly to attend a that t knew not von have brim absent a much lately a said Helen. A i Long to past Ohe quiet evening with you. There Are things i gut to talk ntemt.�?�. A w j Henry blushed. Already or shrunk i Jim the thought of a Long private conversation with his pure minded and As he Felt us Crapy injured w Ife for in the closest and holiest of 11 ties evil and its baneful consequences a i not borne on alone the in Nomen t must suffer with the in Isth. _ y a recovering his Seif Possession he presently a plied a. I my absence is generally etnae Hanii Ness Helen. I devote Little time to my Orn pleasure a a a tic a returned Helen quickly. I would not willingly selfish. Forget what i have said and go to your friends. No doubt you need the ret rent a t i a a thank you Dearest a said her husband a to Morrow evening i will at your serried a and begging her not to w Ait his return but to retire at her usual hour he kissed her Cinek and left the House. There was. An unusual depression in ill cd s spirits for which she could not account. Fth tried to occupy her thoughts with a interesting Book but found it impossible to father at Teutila and soon threw it aside. Shev talc softly to the Erib where her sleeping in his innocent Beauty and Bent Over h listen to his gentle breathing almost wig that he would Wake and demand that which might drive away the feeling of to less Aud desolation which had crypt Over but he slept on soundly and sweetly. From Arthur s Home Terette. The inebriated 8 Tow or the voice it of god. / bombs s r North to a a drink to me Only with tune eyes and., i will a Edge. With pie but a Kat. _ Leav within Glass and 111 Sot ask fug Vil Tims gaily Sung Ilear Graham As he Rose to bid Adieu co his lady love the fair Helen Meredith Aud at her invitation again took a seat and refreshed himself with a Glass of wine and slice of cake. A that does very Well for the poet to say but for my part 1 like the kiss and the wine also a he continued. A what say you Helen a Helen smiled Aud declared that she eared but Little for either. A indeed Helen i am sorry for that. But seriously what think you of the great temper auce Reform no doubt it does much Good but i must own that i like a cheerful my Friend a Shelby was married the other evening and if you will believe it not a drop of wine was allowed at the a that seem to carrying the matter too far a replied Flallen. A a intemperance is Eer Alialy a great evil but it appears to me that there eau no harm in the moderate use of 1 re a surely not or of Brandy either a said Henry a we will have no lemonade wedding when we Are married t Helen smiled assent and after a few Niin tues conversation the lovers parted for the evening. A a a alas Henry Graham highly gifted in mind of Noble person and engaging manner a few could have imagined that he stood pm the Brink of a frightful precipice from which could have recoiled with horror. Cincinnati 0. Friday september 10, 1852. ---------1 a ii is. Against the s pea k where spirits Sre United in the interiors of the mind which we May regard As their Fea a i. A set at this uni astray the temptations which co beset our path w it out the cognizance an firing of the other. The evil which s Dav obscures All spiritual things Mav no sufficient in raised to enable the Sulf Cret to it perceive the cause of the mental gift Urbance but the effect is sensibly Felt. Anxiety Jdc pression and an undefined fear of evil i Jour own us ii is. A often the result of the errors or miso tunes of those with whom we Art in inti inc spiritual association. I to some it May appear strange that we i can speak of spiritual Union Between who a yielded to the More flagrant evils of our depraved nature and an innocent being a who seems the personification of goodness Aud purity but thus it is. Good and evil can tot indeed United but and Helen Lovely and amiable with a Well cultivated mind and a gentle Sens thre Dii Iki Sitison which rendered her wholly depend int for happiness upon the loved one around or she had Given her Yonng affections to one whom she fondly believed most worthy to of entrusted with the precious gift and so indeed he was and it not been fori that one fatal propensity which Reude Jed him an easy prey to a i v Alta during our life in this world there Are few whom we can class As wholly evil and none whom we Are prepared to Call without sin. Good and evil truth and falsity Are Strati gely blended together and even in the poor wretch who in a moment of infatuation has raised the fatal Eup to his lips there Mav found redeeming traits which when deep re Antonee and reformation have followed sin May. Still bring him into Union with one who perhaps less tempted has wandered lbs from the oath of virtue. It the weary hours wore of. Helen could not compose her wind sufficiently to retire to rest and resolved to wait her husband return Midnight passed j Bat this excited no Surprise. It was not to expected that he would leave his Gay companions until a Lato hour but when one of clock arrived and still he did not return the heart of the Young wife grew More and More sad and a thou we it dangers which might have befallen her husband were conjured up before her Bat alas her imagination pictured not the real danger far More fearful than those which fancy presented. Two of clock struck and Helen still sat motionless and statue like in that state of anxious listening which All of us have More or Leas experienced. Another half hour and a step was heard approaching. She started up it came nearer and paused at their own door. It in Tat Henry but Why did he not eater possibly he had forgotten to take the night key and hesitated about ringing for fear of disturbing the family. Filled with this idea Helen flew to the door and opened it and her husband staggered into the entry almost knocking her to Hie ground As he fell against her. No. I nearly fainting from alarm Helen leaned Hurt Are Yon ill of heaven she almost shrieked As the unhappy Man gazed at her with a vacant stare but without making any attempt to reply a loud and insulting laugh of the answer to her last Appeal and instantly the dreadful truth flashed through the in Una a of the poor wife. For an instant the Shock seemed too great to borne Aud consciousness was suspended but the deep devoted love of a True woman overcame her weakness and trembling in every limb she closed the door and inwardly congratulating herself that no Eye hut her own would witness this disgrace sue gently placed her hand on Henry sarm and supported his unsteady Steps to Tai Irown room. Another dreadful hour passed before her repeated and patient bad succeeded in inducing him to take off his clothes and go to rest hut at length this task was accomplished and he fell into a deep heavy sleep. Through All this the Little Oue had slept protected the guardian spirits around it but now he awoke and urged his claim to the in others attention a Well timed Call for when the immediate necessity for exertion had kissed. Helen would have yielded to the overpowering sorrow which had come upon her. But the infant cried and her own grief was again hushed while she ministered to its wants. It is Ever thus with woman. No thought of self intrudes while aught remains to he done for the loved ones in w Hom her thought Are entered. The Eastern sky was becoming Bright w Ith the Light of Day Ere Helen so Uzat her Pillow not to sleep for How could she sleep when he who had so betrayed her Trust Lay her Side in the deep repose of drunkenness but her throbbing temples seemed almost bursting and her trembling form was unable Longcr to retain an upright position. Thought after thought crowded upon her mind. She could now see that this was no sudden and accidental downfall. Many Little circumstance came to her recollection which at the time had passed unheeded but which now presented themselves in fearful array to prove that her beloved husband bad indeed become what she shuddered to name even to herself. What should now he her course surely he was not yet i Reclaimable. It should he her task to a in him Back to virtue. She would exert her self to make How More attractive the it had hitherto been and for thenry a Sake she would consent to leave her babe More frequently with its attendant and again mingle with the Gay society in which he had formerly delighted. Not a reproach should pass her lips Aud unless he forced the truth from her he should not even guess that she was aware of his situation. These thoughts tranquil a Zed her and feeling the insufficiency of her own strength to combat the trials before her she poured out her full heart in prayer to her heavenly father and received in return that peace and Consolation which Earnest prayer never fails to bring. A few hours of sound sleep brought returning consciousness and a Dun recollection of what had passed to the mind of Henry Graham. His heart was filled with shame and repentance not so much for the evil itself but for the grief which he knew he Mutt have occasioned his wife. He dreaded to meet her Eye or to. Hear tic tones of her gentle voice but her first words relieved him. They contained merely a kind inquiry for his health and whether he had recovered from his fatigue. Surely she could not speak in this manner if she had suspected the True state of the cose. He endeavoured to reply in a unconcerned and indifferent tone out in vain he could Mot. Return her looks or word of love and when she placed the babe in his arms he shrunk from its touch As if he feared to contaminate Oue so innocent and Lovely. Well had it been for him if he had then paused in his course and firmly resolved with the help of heaven to transgress no More. But he was again tempted and again he yielded to the temptation. Llis almost heart broken wife finding silent endurance and devoted love of no Avau Ven tured poured Gutic remonstrance and entreaty urging to pause Ere it was yet too late and save himself Aud family from the ruin which awaited them. But a fas it was in vain. Henry s whole nature seemed to have changed. The prayers of her whom he had so lately almost idolized were now unheeded and tier fears treated with couteau it and ridicule. His former unremitting attention to his business was now exchanged for Idle desultory habits which soon involved his affairs to an alarm aug extent hut still he rushed madly on. The friends of Helen thought it time to interfere. Her father came Forward and warmly urged her to leave one so unworthy of her affection and return with her babe to the Home of her childhood. But Helen was immovable. If he had been led into error there was the More reason Why she should remain his Side and Endeavor to Lead him Back to the right path. If she left him she Felt sure that there would no longer a Chance for his reformation but if she still Clung to him surely Providence would open the Way which she could yet reach his heart. A this is madness toy child a remonstrated the afflicted father. A a you must Well aware that your infatuated husband will or he penniless and if you still retain you Reonne lion with him it will nearly impossible to Aid you. You and your child must share his poverty an d Quot it matters not a returned Helen a i will abide Ray husband. It would Little Comfort to me to with All that should make life Happy and to feel that my husband was a wanderer Apon the Earth without friends or a but your child Quot still urged the disappointed Parent. A do you consider your duty to him think of the evils to which he will he exposed at a constant Quot wine of Tho scenes which Are enacted in the Horn of a drunkard. Yon shudder Helen and think me unkind hut i present to you the Plain unvarnished truth. Your innocent boy nay even yourself May he treated with personal violence. A. H Ity forbear a m Jer face with her hands and giving Way to a Hurst of grief almost alarming its Bat or. Meredith went on a apr Orait me at least. Helen that if what i have mentioned Ever does take place you will then consider yourself absolved from the he a # a Helen # wild Toba had Ceast a Uhlry which Valpe i Iii those she loved had one a one Digap remembrance auce Auu Netotea love of no Vail veil to speak plainly on the subject and 1 Forth her feelings in Earnest though i remonstrance and entreat urging him though sadly she listened to her fathers Earnest Appeal. A moments pause Aud she answered in Low Sweet tones Quot a _ a never father i Neter while the breath of life remains in inv husband will i forsake him. Personal ill treatment will not Abate my affection for it is not he but the Demon who a for the time obtained Possession of Kirn who would strike. But my child my Sweet boy if this dreadful crises arrives he shall yours. His wretched Mother will Teav him to the kind friends w to would gladly protect him and of. If possible Coupe a from him the misery and disgrace of his a a a a v \ y _ a. \ much affected or. Meredith turned away and returned to acquaint the Mother of Helen w Ith the rest it of ins Mission. V weeks Mouths and even years past cd on and Henry Graham had not paused in his fearful course. As or. Meredith had foretold poverty and degradation had come upon him. But Stilt his gentle wife remained True to her a purpose and to the font irined entreaties of her parents that she would Cometo them or at least permit them to take her innocent boy from his miserable Home she answered with a quiet Niile a the time has not come vet father. Henry has never treated tit with personal unkind dues a. Even i his wildest moments a word from me will often quiet him and i have seen tears on his Cheek when Little Authur kneels to repeat his evening prayer there is ret Hoe. Has heart is not utterly hardened. Surely you to ild hot have me leave him to term i on. The Shadow which has fallen Lipon us will pass away and we shall again United in a Pur if Eil and exalted love a to such appeals the father could Only shake his head mournfully As if these were to him vein anticipations. Little could done for Helen s Comfort excepting to protect her from actual want for nothing which could into Inouye was Sale from the selfish Crft Ftp her husband. Even her own personal property articles of jewelry which Abe valued As Cebu geared. It was near the Elope of a sultry Sununu is afternoon. Helen sat m her scantily famed apartment with Little Arthur now a love to Hoy of tour years her Sida athe hns baud and father wag absent and there was Little reason to expect him Home until a late hour of the night,.for had now become an habitual custom. Still there was a Chance that he might return to the evening meal and Helen now Laid aside her work arid Rose to prepare the tempting morsel which she knew would suit his appetite and also the More simple refreshment fog herself and her boy. It was her own Choice to perform this task herself for she shrunk from the thought of another witness to the constant degradation of her husband. The oppressive state of the air increased the usual depressed state of hot spirits and she signed so frequently and heavily that Little Arabi Irstle to her Side and slipping his hand into her a said softly Are you tired Mamma i will help you set the table. A./.�?T. / a thank you Dearest a was the reply. A i do not feel very Well this evening. I shall glad of four \ j. A you Are not sick like poor father a continued the Little Hoy As he carefully placed the plates on the table. Lie a been sick a Long time. How soon will he get Well Mam Uxa a a of do not know dear. We will Pray to our heave Uff father for a yes. Mamma. I do always Pray that the lord will make him better and one Day i thought the lord had heard my prayer for father patted my head Aud gave me some sugar plums Aud when put my arms Rou Ednis neck Anil kissed him he cried just As you do sometime Mamma but he soon grew sick Azain and now he docs hot speak to urn at All. Tears rolled Down the Mother of checks As she listened to the artless prattle of her pure minded boy but she endeavoured to control her feelings and bade the child still to Pray for his father for the lord would always hear his prayer Aud in Hie own Good time would make him Well. A a a a a a a the Beauty of the summer s afternoon was gone. The sky was completely overcast Aud one huge Cloua of frightful blackness was rapidly rising. The wind Uio aued and sighed among the Trees Aud Low peals of Distant Thunder were occasionally heard. There we every Prospect of a violent tempest and Helen hastened her preparations for supper in the Hope that her husband would seek Refuge in Bis own Home. In this she was not disappointed. The Street door slammed heavily and his Well known step was head in the entry. He came in without apparent notice of his wife or child and walked a hurriedly to and fro in their Small apartment. Helen saw at once that he had been drinking not enough to appease i unquenchable thirst hut sufficient to produce irritation Aud partial derangement of the senses. at her Well known sign Little Arthur seated himself quietly in his chair and with a picture Book in his hand remained almost motionless. Hal tan hour passed and the hurried walk was still continued. Helen s gentle summons to the table was disregarded excepting to impatient gesture. It a the storm had increased and was now raging fair Henry paused and turning to Helen demanded if she had not in her Hoasea ainu a Golden locket containing his miniature and hair. Quot Helen trembled. It was the hat trinket a he possessed and it had been carefully pro served that her boy might see of aft his father Hod once been. She could not part with it even if she incurred his displeasure a refusal. Mildly she replied a yes Henry i have the locket i am keeping it for Arthur a will re you. And look Here is your favorite dish a my a i Ca Tuot Henry a irritated her a Fusil or am in placed tic of restlessly a hire Little or their crept Elisc room to his Mother and a i have the Gold piece my Grandfather game Mamma. Suall i give that to Ioor father Berha Fps it w ill make him a it a a no Dearest Money would Nuske him Wofse. Day not say. That you have aim but the whisper had been partially overheard and. Henry turned to his boy. A have you any Money Arthur?�?T1 give it to me. 1 will Brimur it to you Quot i the child hesitated. W looked at his Mother for direction but she avd. Pitiable to help Iii at length said t i a i cannot give j of the Money father because ram try a �4 Makeya a worse. She knows the Busti due Day 1 eat some raisins when she told me not to. And they made me sick. When Yon Are quite a Ftp i if give von All a my a \ u unaffected the simplicity and sweetness of the answer the father sep lieu. Aul drily we t nonsense you Bave put. Into the child a head Helen. Give me the Money at once Arthur 1 command you to do so a the child still lingered aha a so aspirated his delay the infuriated Man raised his hand to strike hut Helen sprang Forward and throwing herself upon bet Kness before him flung her arms around the boy exclaiming a no. Henry a not that for the love of heaven strike not our innocent Quot boy sever not the Only tic which now binds us but tier a pie was lost upon due whose better feelings sri Hiberd too Dep for an earthly voice to awaken them. Llis Wrath turned upon her and the mow interim cd Forth a child would fal leu a Pond g in do vote d wife and Mother had not the voice of god himself Arr Ste the uplifted Arm. A Flash of so vivid that the eyes involuntarily closed before it followed o r rather accompanied a deafening peal of Thunder and the crash of a part of the lid use in which they stood was followed that death like Silenea which often succeeds this do Cussion of elements. In Tho Middle of the room stood the husband j with his Arm still rpm Edi Pertha Lovley beings who Knelt Awe struck and motionless at his feet All unhurt in the midst of the destruction that surrounded them. Fragment m Glass piles of mortar and Latte a of Wood gave fearful evidence of the mighty Power Aramid them. A. The Arm of the guilty one was still of died hut no longer in insane Wrath. The whole expression of his count Anancy had Chan Griter if soul bowed before his Urc Ator and father Aud Tho first sound which aroused Helen from the temporary of her faculties which had followed that fearful Eru it a w As the deep full tones of her husbands voice which thrilled to her heart a of old. Tittering fervent prayers and thanksgivings for their miraculous preservation from a sudden and dreadful death., j instantly her Arm were twined around we her head rested upon his bosom and the Side of their child they keeled while Henry solemnly vowed that the cup of intoxication should never again raised to his lips and with a fall sense of his own weakness earnestly and humbly prayed to the ouly source of strength the vow Thna registered was never broken number 34. A a i. L to a a w a.rhinotos�?T8 Bov Hood a he a Horn with a i it physical Constitution Aud conformation # a Ulm to kind his stature was of the i Ltd a Beatini is Smatt Anissi Aimi Lii menial and moral Fuen tics his sensibilities were also adapted in their strength stud Viva to the Large scale of i wiper or nature. In combination with these attributes there were traits and habits which could have beep Tjie product of no other pm wait than that of h most careful education and do it tire. From Early youth he was distinguished for a degree of act Hai neatness caution and self control such As Bis natural fondation Aud constitutional organization Cati hardly account for. Nature Guve him certain striking and remarkable Powers a a i characteristics parental vigilance and Assiduity super induced Oiler attributes which Zohid not hive been Likely Spring spontaneously from his original Constitution and the Var suitable combination which a his character presented of excellencies Seldom found United in one Persou. Was the his childhood and youth spent us the Banka of the Rappath Annoe under the vigilant inspection of intelligent and Girth on parents naturally led to the Oriu atop Aud establish ment of those principles of integrity and up a hit Fps which marked his whole life. Jul Rural retirement the temptations Aud Euf eeb King in iteration of worldly vice did pot reach him. The simplicity and parity of his tastes and habits became fixed. The invigorating exercises a atol sports of the f eld Ana Forest give to is character an it i person a Manly Energy and Hardy strength. While the circumstances and connections of his family brought his min4 and manners into Contact with the Best Forras of the and refinement of the period at the Sttne time the incidents Aud adventures belonging to a Frontier Mode of Hie tended to impart an Athi tie Power of endurance and a familiarity with danger and exposure a a who Ali could not have Beca elsewhere life of h Ashing ton. A a a att or a a a a a tax i xxx kkepeh.�?1the following humorous picture of a English inn is taken a Fujin a Little of Colington Aud the in Edlington Ian arrived at Squash Miry Gate it was natural that the we atty Aud hungry traveler should desire a Little Comfort for the Iriner Man Aud Between him and the lady Kuffe Jbf of the inn this Asebu fed of set a what would you like sir a a a boiled a Vohave never air Bicker. Sir but would you like some eggs Ami Bacon ? a a no. Can 1 have a Lamb Chon ? a a nh�1 sir but. Or egg Sand Baron is my Nice a for a cutlet or a Steak ? a a a no sir., hut we arc rep us Kably Here for on eggs and it. A have you anything your Larder a a a a not exactly sir but i m sure you will Admire our egg Ami a Otlien w hat have you got a a a Why sir we have noting but eggs and i Bacon. A i a ooh then live to give me some eggs Aud Bacone a a to a you Ili House egg and Baron so Famou for finished inv dinner i thought it y a m a ooh father father 1 in or _ claimed Helen covering her face the pros pts it of forming a Large manufacturing town on the Merriman River was in Contemp Tion. Some of the Persona concerned sent up or. A Young gout email skilled Asau Engineer and who was also fond of sporting Tov jew the a lev privileges carefully and to make inquiry As to the Pricci of land in the Vicinity. He went with his dog Gnu and fishing tackle and obtained Board in a Farmer s House a or. Of and spent i time in viewing the fails and the canal arid the River and grounds with occasional fowling Anil f Ishing. After spending some time there in talking with the Farmer one evening he told him a that he liked the place Verf Well Aud thought he should pleased to Voirin and Jive the Man said a the Sho Tild pleased to have a Well 3fr. F., what will you take for your farm a a Why. I done to want to sell it or. Nor would i unless i can get twice what it is Worth of i am satisfied Here Aud dont want to a Well what do Yon say it is Worth or. F.?�?� a Why it is Worth $1,-500, and i wont sell it for fess than $3.000.�?� a that is too much a Saya i can to Vive a very Well you need Hwe the conversation ended. Or. Continued his so writing. And having received his instructions in the course of a few Days renewed his task with or. F., and said to him. A Well or. f i Hare made no my mind that i should a in i sir. We Are proper for the Good of the Louse to Huq Viire like to live Here very Well and though you ask so much 1 will take up with your offer and give you 3,000�?~ Why As to that or. B., Yon did not take my farm when i offered it to you and i am not w i Liing to sell it for anything less than $6,000.�?� a a you Are joking or. v, a not so or b., 1 am a a Earnest and i Shan t continue my offer More than Twenty Lour b., finding he was determined went off for instructions and the next Dav told or. He would give Hito $6,000. The Purchase was made deed passed and Money paid. Some time afterwards air. Asked the Farmer what reason he had in the course of a few Days to double the Price for his farm and to insist upon it. A Why air. B., i will Tell you a or two after i offered Yop the farm for $3,000,1 Caw two men on the opposite Side of the Merriman River sitting on a Rock and talking for some Bine then they got up. And one went up the River and the other Down and after some time they returned and seemed in Earnest conversation for half a it hour or More when they arose and Wei it away. I did not know what it meant but i thought something a in the wind and i was determined if you asked me again to Roll my term i would demand doable thus began the Purchase of land upon Ali in the City of Tiowell has been erected. It a lawyer was once pleading a Case that brought tear into the juror a eyes and every one gave up the Case As gone for the plaintiff. But the opposing counsel arose and sad a May it please the court i do no propose in this ease to bore for voter hut a. Hero the tears were suddenly dried laughter ensued the ridiculousness of the use was a a Poi cd and the defendant got elem. Give it to me. It is no longer of any husband my value to you or him a said her a indeed. Henry it is of inestimable value to me and i cannot think of parting with the miserable Man uttered an exclamation of it patience. A have you any Money then a he continued a something 1 most a i have no Money Henry. But come and take the Nice Tea which t have having finished . The a. What kind it it i wine 1 could have a of course not expecting that my Ehy it per pm coed the variety offered., a what won a you like sir ? Ain f t a some a a we have no port a a a a Little Sherry then.�?T1 a we done to keep Sherry sir have so Little Call i any of no a then Pray give me some Quot a yes sir. Do Yong do you prefer it kith Lemon or without t a 7 a a How ? a a Why Only we happen just now to out of a Short we or wine that we done t keep provided for j Deal -r�r.�?the Parkersburg Gazette has the Fol lowing Good thing �?-.,. One night this Wyek a stranger hailed at our wharf boat took lodgings and requested to called in time for the first boat going Westward. An hour passed and Down came the packet blowing and whistling As Only our liners can blow and whistle. Our passenger was around and told to a Hump himself a a the boat was in sight. / a How Long a inquired the drowsy traveler rubbing his Eves a have i Beeti asleep a about an hour a was the reply. J a a what a the damage for lodging a a two bits a responded the polite wharf master in his Blandes tone. A two bite Well mister in a mighty glad von woke me so soon. Two bits an hour a Why stranger at that rate if 1 had slept till morning i should have been dead broke a so saying our calculating Friend forked Over stepped aboard the Steamer Aud Wen ton his Way rejoicing. He was one of Theka chaps and Call journey on. A Foj. Of a r Sta scotch thief having been proved inthe Glasgow police court lately to have stolen a barrel from a Man in Stockwell Street the principal accuser proceeded to. Address the magistrate thus a deed. Sir Bailie the Man at the bar is a Greet rogue. The stealing of the barrel is nothing to some of his tricks lie stole my last week and what does id wit a your signboard Honor think he Dir magistrate a Well sir a witness a a in la Tell . He brought it into my Ain shop a in my a am Quot out and offered to sell meet a a he said he thought it would of Nair use to me than anybody -----4 the african slave letter from Africa states that two steamers have lately taken 1,000 slaves from the Gallinas and another vessel 4 h. The English Brig Grane had been in Pursuit of an armed slaver having 10 guns but was unable to overtake her. The governor of Sierra Leone has received information of 2.000 slaves being ready for embarkation in the Rio Pongos. A a a. Sad affliction How Young gentleman of Detroit who has of late been much afflicted palpitation of the heart poor Tad says that he has found considerable Relief indeed every Relief pressing another palpitating heart to his bosom quite Honra a a a a those of the Terai Nice gender pre a it v it it it if m

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