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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1859
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1&1'1001'd.; ; Jer but once since she had left my 'father's I should accompany the party in. the capacity I which in summer time, roses and honeysuckles i gratefully accepted, and.proud of m1 ancceeal A BII O i, i'AD'u'u"v t

house(then she tame to hIm ivh1 a slran- of medical attendant when '"Rattling climb. Her; peacefully and .hap : urged tny fair. charge up to the platform Once upon ti time A travels stepped Into
zbmiiin 'f' ger whom she introduoedjis her' hnsband ; Dave's challenge was brought in, Field received py,lives George r Hunt and' -ali' who formerly 1 of the Indies.ear 'Wjr old enemy a stage couch: He was a 1hftllDaft atart
,t tOEkV SATtTkDAY: and he heard from her but twice after that: IV; penned a reply, and handed to wore tho- sobriquet T r.-*'RfttUng> I was holding the door lug lite i He found six;passengers' bout

'" but ho feared that'aha was, lea live, a conr.twan. the messenger and then turning to George, D+f.o.". ;>'''Is this yOor lady, sir t, him; allgray4ieaded and extremely*aged "
S ,Towns.TTkfaparnltttls .- avid. : -' ti0 .. ..'!With an inward apology Mrs. Phav men. The youngest appeared to.bare
tta4U dV J :.'.41 00 The P--was ordered to join the Pa "Go to bed boy; will cairyouwhon-wears Ttie'PalMetto neat. Mat Charnbsiac -' plx for',the great :injustice j I donovto: her seen at least eighty- wlnteri.' :Our T6tfng

"f,.t..7 Ihfseladatls.c :.: a CO dfioB naaron. What a millCe1fany of f- ready,,wo must. bo ow the field at ..day *. ? "* awarrsjSkJ "I' \ traveller struck with the singular mild and
if delayed U.M>UKt>Kt7wa.i;'.lT'Q':! 00Advta Ing might be presented to the world,could break." .J Through oar sraiyV tented etty< as 'Cfc.rubtwt '. ; ?.ge.oof myyhonor when this low happy aspect which distinguished-'all.' bit

the emotiona of each soul on board a frigate The boors'worried' ''away' 'until plain t .-- .,. Bl ..VWM employe of ajnonopolitlng company said fellow passengers determined to ascertain

rtisii as she leaves port ;for a three years the carriage was called Andy we were' on heird tbd Wrtlai battle lrompet- br tf..thAa", It,,, with the t.!.and manner of an old.. aoqnaiatance tho secret of a long life and the art oftliak't
moodtiv cruise, be gathered end published.: I onr little restive itlrtnf ing-old comfortable headdressed' lh*
". \ sot an way ; George appeared a ,Tb. dramt deep roU th.flft** ihrin eK spot* : % age i
1.Ul. r oub ticipated seeing many strange and interest. after the late excitement, otherwise. he was : (Becoming foe,' >, -'Vetl. Sal I gneis you'vo done well, one apparently the eldest,;-who'told him
Wu..u'tei "aar-tjf 1.nrn. > incidents and I n.vaunted flower t 'Of'tr.aebvou.Wieait but I.doD'nMok his will think much that he had led ''and"' abstemious }
'Elfr.t roe .' Ing ; only asked that my calm; in fact almost' indifferent. Aj 1 bt and *nlvalry family always s> regular
.c h life, and the lives of my, parents might} be drew near the place "of meeting,* wbieh .ulco. 'fI,' of tht. match I"*., Ufe-eaung vegetables Snd Drinking
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ur.dagutrd.1eDI,1I&e ,__.. spared until I should again reach boras.. Fields pointed out ,to.us, George said to: theml lifHhtlr.'prlJ a n driven,...-eat. ,' t bnf'aad" A .. .. I water. The young man"-.11 rather
ha sdod (U without.Instruction God has gUUerlnflt _, The JHalden and the Here.. inasmuch .the
M granted my prayer. ., me. | And their)Mora sad their baDom ta.\.ttorminf ? daunted this, m h*''liked
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tie length of tint they ire$$0'r}m,wtU be eca When we had been out three or four '"Doctor "if I only"knew thai :UViis' ". sunlight Mntf" On the night before the battle l of Brandy, good things of this life.'-"He addressed the
tinned tutU ordcrtd out,MM*,charged for at the .. weeks the cruise began to grow dull and t-ithcr dead, or well settled. thw world/ "Wo know thrt they could Bumlet'fui, i fir?* rwsr wine I'wjas len't.with. message from Gen second who astounded him by'I saying h* 1
bets,&tc*> rt je*, t ,ij; v monotonous and many of the pi-Aty officers wouldn't care for the rest. r" w''rior w oar one \ !.. eral Green to Count Pnlaski, a noble 'Po- had always eaten roast belt,and gone to bed .

CONTRACTS'**? resorted to cards as tho best means of kilt r I made hint no answer, 'tor1 the reason'' Butuwe'flghtteilioor did not) fear thofesrfulod-'-. d': sot. .wigii.-. laader who took* prominent part' 'In the regularly fuddled for the last eeventyyesvtt +

Wffl U ..atkit AdvfrUeen pofc''tie following ing time.c c was often a looker-on at these that I knew not what to nay ', so we; rode, W. rtmnmbercd Cerro OerdarBaea'a'Ybl*'< Mon- struggle freedom.: ..H..wu.quartered adding that all depends on regularity,The ) ;
ttrllllll! eo,111'I' games ; and George rss hivuribie! a player on'in shone The ground on' which the' m a neat farm house, near the upper forts. third had prolonged bis0 days by ;never "

,.::tll.ot \ vofeina 1 V- | 40 00i".r"i generally a .'innor.| so that when 'wu drop duel was to' foedhtSraa a long sandy plain Thor, oar brother 'fougbt" _adeoortumdlasaunAnI : ( After our business'was finished, the. Count seeking nor accepting office;the fourth by
|(*- tioojj I" : coO r-i I 88.00 ped anchor in San Francisco Bay he' had skirted on one side by tho buy 6n;the other I i mU fray,? V..u'F" 1* v ukod me to take some1refreshments, 'and resolutely abstaining from'all religion and 4
d for chI order that should "" apolitical
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.*,r.'VJ.*"'*;">*.,o.OQ I **"- "I"' 100.00 a great deal of money In his' pocket which by a dense growth of f California pines.-' 'wo' has pnnt sore on.' ','I vUd,tour at the same lime yelled bnt- controversies, and the fifth'liy

J.ift.wJy.4arUMn win ban the prit tt.g. of he bad won from hie messmates..' Tho other party Were* there before us, andas To prove the 81101_& valor of Carollaa' "Mary 1 my lass; Mary I"' going to bed at Snnwt and rising at dawn.

: uetuty,-t) U thaalt 1;desired mora The great Commercial mart of the"Gold soon fit we had'alightnd..the 'seoonds ,Soon the thand. -"of-the.ennoi shook' UwpiiUra, of In an instant t rosy-cheeked-girl eater The sixth'was apparently much younger .
a be made. en State"line commenced theeky ; ed, her face .beaming with joy it would than the other his hair less
changed much since thon, operations; they paced off the > five-- was to Yt -
" B -r11ng a rpacc. of not I no doubt but, even then,i it was over curse distance;tossed for sitontions' placed their ,dad,the mosketrj misty sir; grew. vtbraat with tilt peate"l of aeem.i."t tho very sound ot Pulaski'n(voloe.I and there was more of i it- placid smile .

. .)hr Ittsott..1-.b year lot ed with gambling houses' 'which many of men. loaded and handed. them the pistols, tip ruM. Rolunt olo6elfoathsick-bad I when I "Did you call mei Count' ..?" -said. tho"-' denoting a perfectly easy eonlclenee.J J
TEf DO ; our men visited every time they liad Fiber and began to 'count ; it:seemed almost an ,- .aeUldrCr- "" **:- maiden. timidly.' '- ., : tied his face,' and his Toic was jocund add .'

,Co1l1 If a .rtoaal .laaruter 1r.nrted ty to go ashore.At that'time there was age before the word "fire** but when it c lu vein- they tried U keep him" ,b ek-ho would BOth "HowofU-nhavellold-vptt' my' 'littlelore strong They were all surprised learn ,
16 tl paper, bra, gd la* advertisement sojourning( in San ,Francisco gambler came.'The pistols exploded with but one re Thai the.v< U Bald orCkNUoato; Uie'tatUa-fleld, had ,",he said bending his tan form to' kiss that he was by ton years the oldest man iabe '

tirTraorl'1It"; trtl meat* ,to: I* paid fur lodrawe. known as "Rattling Dave." He was a des- port." George fell; I ran to him and fonnd IOU : her cheek '. to call me Count | call me, > ooacb.i '. j 't;

*i* '"' pirate and cccentrio villlan, fuared by all the blood oozing fromhis vest;I tore open his And )be,though sick end bintlag* ? win cot. there. ,to dear.Pulaski.:. This Ia i Republio my lit- f'M How,"exclaimed our young' 'traveler, r t 4

._.-,------ i respected by few, and loved by 'none It vest and.shirt and the ball rolled to'' the 'lead them oa.1t tie. favorite; we have no conuts,you know." how is it you hare. 'thus preserved: the ,
was said be never drankany liquors and ground. It bad struck the fourth rib'and #lumhl:! I th. word leglreB, ud out the glorious >"But' you' are a Count, sir when'at freshness, of.life?"' v i '

( i rarufli always played a, !"square game" but he glanced off without injuring the iutoroont- T To oi luramoe where the E tlle mart Le'either woo home and thoy say you came a l long, way ."I have drank water an d drank wm-i
B. would, if pojfinbl,induce his opponents to al muscles;' wounding ;him pear tho' "scar orient I !s. ". : over tha ocean to fight for us.". '' I have eaten meat and vegeUbles-i-T have

: drink, and then take every..advantage 'of.. made when ho was a boy.:, While.! was Oh I U WM a goodly! sight,when hr .rd twine yeAn ",Yee Mary very true-I did come, a dabbled OUt.lCllDd written.'religion ,
: ) IIf'' ibeLr ttoiteil and reckless playing,which I raising him up "Rattling Dave" walked up oraMcd.v -' ;- long way-'the reason was, I had to COIDe. ;smpUcis have sometimes gone to bed .

'; f' fi'Ifll rl 1\J rIl.i hi. superior skill and Cool judgment :would i I Ithl'it'tn9ht" to us; for a momenf" he stood gazing intently I MW Mike the boat foe before, u*there a. strong- and'war,. Now.'can you get for this gentleman, 'andmyself at midnight,'and got up at sunrise and M J

-OR- enable! him to do ; and after he had won all I ; at George then"Vnshlng-to, .Elm; heaped I And with wild|excitement bur harta but high" a' httlo refreshment f He has I a- noon f be then,fixing oonelned intensely
da -- ---- --- long to ride to-night.'' ,
THE BECOOHITIOH. it they were htsolcnt or saucy :- fast 'T.Wh.a :7 ,; way upon the young man, with the
ie would challenge them to a duel, in which Tts my brother George I 'OhljQod,' the word to fire upon them along oar line -"Cortainl,, air," and she went out of the singular remark-" atrr, l' ,uw eta ,TAW. \

BT IllRKTT n.&TUYD. ic in variably killed bis man., forgive_mo_ thb"my,' I last t. and my, greatest : "f! wupa d.; ? room like a fairy.. \ rsoKniY, oa MT Bin .* ? Ay,before the Qeielckle ulli the full and ripe- '".Fine 'pleasant slrJ.&ald.. Pulaski""would ."
Several ofTurjnea had met and ,,1&10'11with 1" sd grain,: } ; 0
had just recciied my diploma as an M. this denperadA,'and they had alt come For a monkeiit George swooned ;; .and all ; no fUl the f.Mman'sraoba before our shower of lead. that I had the wealth I onoe bad I x \. \

J)., a*' was kitting in my room, contemplating aboard "lIkinncd,* and7'a4 a, matter of I applied volatile'salts to leis nostrils'and' o ," ell ralal l t :, 1[ would give her a portion that would send It ,is related of aPersian*mother,.;drat
mil all desired ) beaten and'a bathed his head with We. w thorn falUJisthiekl7 down,tha'dyhng .and half the youth hereabout after' bar sweet
tin- part tho present, and considering course to see pint- water our 'strange .' oa her son forty piece of silver as
the i(uturt'. My funds were nearly ox- number them went tO t1lant.,and endeavored companion knelt over us, with liis hands SoaNe.J D tb.dadt moment ere_w,eonqnertd, ihey, enrrender- face, .''' his portion, she made m swear never to
1L'III'itc.IIId I could l not long afford idle. to induce him to ihrft"ml play raised heavenward, aud his eyes* riveted odor they fled I On the morning of. the llth of Septem tell a lie, and uJ" ; :*- .

H\. M. I Jill l not like the idea of settling with this gambler ; but be refused.* Tie was upon the wpunded man's (ace..At the: first Afftln'tli e word '>'w..orw.rd t .d..CI\1r erried ber.'l777, the British1 army advanced in .-:'Go,'my son t I consign thee''to (Jod,

down to the life of a' country physician : sensible enough to know: that ho. slfould-1 signora'proachingconsciousness_ i ,ho shriek fine preMed oo full foroo to Chadds Ford. ,: for the pnr'oso( and we shall not meet again her*,"till the
stand but little hnnce with cd For thelightt oughgoingbr.relywast fur from ting *- of crossing Brandy wine Creek;, and Sir ** '
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to be, with the .minister I lawyer and mcr : a professeded : ,. day.of Judgment.1 ->
vhant, the lions of the i tilltigu' i; lobe the player, and honest enough to admit that "0 c.'rge, ,'oo'(1ou'forgive.mo V"' : I am. Onet. ;more won.'n met the font. nd- 'U' more.teriv j I William llowu drove i MaxweU's' division 'Th. onth went away" and tha party he

friend ofevory 1-ldcrly-liidy in the place; it wu for money, not for Amusement, that your sister Mary I'tand _she_lure( i,'ajfolso, ; Vrlble: awe ( HAnd -:. i I' across thecreck.by" ,tela" o'clock" a\ .one: of traveled>with; were assaulted by?robbers.
to be surrounded. by' catnip iiloe, hoar- he played. Then the men who had lost wig. and whiskers fron her tad.*" **' now eame onlthe thU-kwl and the1 deadUett, of ,the lower fords .: One fallow asked the boy what he had
Jionn.l, rhnbnrli, Iltor.oilitnd opsmnvwiltH 5 money by "Kattling Dave" ruined a sum, 'ITicn I recognized her, und bade; her be thefray.* _._ I 'The Hessian General'Knyphaneen, with sndbeanisreredi fV Hicw $e-" '-" \-

to take great interest in c-hildnm who were and employed George"to play it against quiet, if she would, save .her bl'other.lill'- The red jaws moult ot dell of,the'i'anon' '" 'like" the .unstopped a largo force; advanced upon the creek,' and1oitiltg'trJth I"''Fortdinars seesawed up tat my" gar.

cither teething threatened with the hoop- him.' The intended game created cou ideraUe As soon ns George was able, we all four Bolchvd death 'crouovrpM]>w Ttla 4 ihower.ofehot Lord tOomwaJUa. ''Yttot commanded J..". aw'fiotrla4.m.rrnTbero ,. ,

ink coil h, or enjoying the, cbU-kcnpox.: interest ashore as well as aboard, entered the carnage and drove to' the city.Mary's and ihell; : t ? ", I I ,t ..text wing of the crossed tM ,bet I wanted tn traul, ; to nee more of tho world and, many hoped, although few believed IIc\'tllullmd gone before', with Jnd the thousand throaadlnuikiry ehook beav'ien a\lhw tJ l'tr fords :theriTeraatrd >creei j sw ,,tso +tf _
than I had yrt been nblo to. I Imd fitted that Hunt would bu the victor. 'I' the astounding intelligence that Rattling And. with their pal. ; .' + ; .a.ffiMsgl It[ so happened that during the ngingoftthe'confnt mother asked Ili lime ;qutIIII, sad

myself for an M. D., not from :any love of A motley crowd assembled in the room Dave: was a woman I After.wo arrived At spread our column bullet reel broadaest."mongit. \II';tJlAL- made. carrying orders passod fro- received thesanwaxu wen.-- tAt

tIll jirofc.wiotv. Rwrl.Ito hove the in which the gamblers met, large part! of he[ city; and I had \.George comfortable Full our Cul.nulh.a IOn t wounded, but lOon.led I mediately in too direction of Pulaski's .' last the chief called j him.t and aa4

menu of acquiring n Ihinft nt my hands ; whom were 'brass-button! In tact eve at my request lt Mary told net" story as u, a* before, :' quarter's, that I had visited the night be- him what be had. 'bay replied I" -. -
i mid now I dreaded locating myself ami ry man who could get leave to go' ashore' follows:.- Till teeond time struck down, *ad. alu' I I.to,- rite. tore Suddenly a sheet 'of flame burst "I ) ale told twaTo' a sonic peopl*already 1
commencing practice. While I was hitting was there, and mixed with them were spor- "I left N-, ns you probably remember no more. 1 forth ; the bouse was on ,fire Near the that bad forty dlnarj aewed' ininy
He fell, the .IIp"
gallant Butler, hero and
a III true tried
there, in unpleasant, }but unavoidable ting men, broken down' nharpers, and n with a stranger, who promUc'l mo' At ever In the battle for law country's glory died. doorsteps lay tb body of Mary, her. head clothes." nj-j +1'd', ,wotSf
thought: ,Bridget, my landlady's maid-of-all- few of tho bt-tter citizens who were attracted marriage. Like most of girl*, that was all ,. Then Dicktnwn was wounded and carried from the'' cut open by a sabre, and her brains oozingout ,The chief ordered the clothes tab s tripped
work knocked oil my door, and' banded by a love of excitement. I wanted, all I lived for: With the prom- field, : of the terrible'wound.. I had boon' open, and the money was fonad.iaft'<
me a card: sayin--; George and Dave walked in the apartment iso of a husband;'I left friends and acquaintances But still our maw wa* onward, where' the dead., there: but half minute, when Gen. Pulas- "And how came you to tell,this t**;.?

"He waiting in.the parlor, sir." about the same time the former immediately for-I knew not what. But instead WiUlatne Itett f.ll roll pealed no more i ,and Clark, the_ brave kit at the head oi a troop of'' cavalry gal-, Because replied the boy,,""I wvdet

) '.Show him up,*' orlerl.'cll. glancing ftt tnking a scat at, the table while of a husband, ho gave mu ruin. lIe was and gaud lopped rapidly to the house. Never shall not be false to my mother to whom'e L. / r

the ftddrt'. It wInY old friend, Charlie the latter pulled the bell-cerd, and when a gambler and after'he was sitiatcd with' Stricken with fonrful wound, fell weltering In.his, I[ target the expression of his ,face as he promised never to fell a lie." t
La toile wlio;hid at first advised! mete the waiter came, turned to George and asked my charm*, he gave me my choice, either, blood; shouted like a demon, on-seeing the-, inanimate .."Child" said the robber "art thou "ta
to learn to play with him or to bu turned OI&EJgeaeld'eeuler.Leering through the battl'. form of Mary :
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tudyutedi,1neandwho; was at that timeniiiyion : I mindful of
a : : nereerttlde, '. thy duty to thynnother- thy j jlv
drink ?" ed into the learned! "Wbodidthist
will streets
What as a wanton.
in the navy. Good company was you The and gallant Adam at the of and I insensible at of the da- .
I young poet glory;, years my age
\ acceptable ai that time, for I was desjHrattly ""Water if you please." to play:-what else could I have done ?- I dUd.Ie [ A little boy that had not been before noticed ty I owe to God ?, ,Give me thy band that
blue.Ifarry. For a moment Dave looked disconcertedbut and the same breath in,, which I promised full,the young and valiant a*a moldier love to' who was lying amid the grass his leg I swear repentance on it. ', t
it for a moment and with a him that I would: learn to Ramble, I dreadfully mangled, said-, may
was ;
"Ah, I wl:h you snows and joy only Lt Ho did so,and his Alloys tiers; struck ,
ii\ your new jirofi-jwioiij": Cliarliu as bet I smile he- asked : vowed to God to ruin'IUIlt murder him. With_ ward good the iword foe In fcla hand.and 'his face., UK .'' There they go 1" I with the scene. _. .
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catered the room ; "I understand that you Will you smoke" Every lesson I took of him;I repeated my _Wth hi*eomradW. shout to cheer lilm u the,foe MIle pointed to a company'of.. the- Hessians -. ,uYon have beers oars: leader la ."' v
t t' have received your diploma." 'Yen wr," replied George. vow. learned quickly, for it was a laborof begun to fl,; ,then some distance oft' they said to the chief ."be the sameIQ tW
r.\ "Yee but little joy it bring me ;;" Iaus 'cr. t "Water and cigars" ordered, the" other revenge ; and revenge i i. dearer to mankind Thougut' 'twas tod to die n young it we*;glorlou \"KioHT-vrHDO,--MBS,CHARGE f path of virtue and taking the boy's hind '
than love 'All .studied cards au todla And did X do think
of the wait tr.They day ;; they CHABOBV not
took ..
t J.'r'u table and and and I dreamed. of Though the fire wa fierce and d adly aa4 our oni-: Hessian they the oath ofrepeatanoa oo It.
all of that
| my ,Ii.*. sat down at the commenced games night rda MilD blond '- ( that; one man corps ever There is a moral in this ..hIch. -:
like to sottk-iug in a quiet' country village playing : and from the moment the cards them ; and I soon became more proficient It nerved our heart (o Me how.brave our gallant left the field,"except to,be, placed ,in .thegrave. goes beyond the direct' influence story of ,the i .1 f
mid all my reasons' for being "blue" and were tint dealt, the interest continued to, than my tutor Then taught myself; leader stood; ? mother the child Thsi. sentiment in
di'.iritcd. lie heard me through, 'with increase with the spectator, and when the and there was not a trick 'or cheat I did llov the bold. Intrepid Gladden, ana 4'DeSaaieure. The last of Pulaski was'on the battleground -: fused into a the ..,.at a child ia again v' {

., T['ittteiK-e, and then bursting into a loud betting ran high the crowd would stand not know. -Then was my time for revenge Ledufurwardstilludaunted good and true ;where 4..'bullet of Brandywine. He and his sweet transfered from breast to breast.<> i I .'

laugh l asked,- in breathless anxiety; and there,where over and I improved it. I challenged my seducer thlckeet flewt Half fell oq the same. field.C .. .. .. .
"Why dont ytinome into tho navy ?'' two hundred men were assembled 'tho to play with IG.; and how I 'gloated how Bleeding and Moragna, Sumpter, Manhall.. SIRA Beeeher gets tha Worst of it !
SnrctniB Taint C4Ul' lur.-A .
That ws Komcthiiig! that I had never dropping of a pin might have been heard. over every,dollar I won trom him;and how Dunorant - tic A good joke is told, 9f .Bucb, sndPark
hough of before; and I needed no urging Olten the looker-on would! glance fromone my heart gladde1AI he day by day Uolfa.t Walker and bold Center bore the battle' suit was brought by a Chinaman in .the Benjamin.. .Oa I'' of their lecturing #
vie
hottest brunt court of Justice Jenks against a woman of :1
the but spoke -it But still he'pla'ed. until I :
hand none ,
other
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to grew"oorer.
tit dtt-ide me to try and obtain :au asxis- Ilurrab t the (beta analllng I t To the PalmeUo.1 expeditions they were riding i ia, the 'i J
charge. his tribe for the of leo
have alledged
situation. would have been certain death to won his last cent then Us watch, then but recovery .
Charlie i 1'
taunt: promis(3 Oaf same railway car. Getting into
surgeon's then. Had cither of the players' diamonds then bu wardrobe even to the to have been paid by the plaintiff; in 1>. cooversatlon {
> to aid me in bin influence ; and when ho poke ? They cannot stud the. touch of iteel-.Ilarrah I thai about preaching,Beecher was so courteous ;.ti
half of the for herself and two
have told clothes he stood in. Then .1 ordered field U defendant !
looked might by a
they IIPeUtstort very won.
with
bade me good-night he left me a lighter up as to ask, Benjamin, Brooklyn,
him he Twa wan-bat at fearful eoet for companions from Marysville to San Fran f
face, when they were betting wrong, to take off clothes, but demur a looking o'er
heart than he found me. my some Sabbath morning and hear imT. .
the alain. cisco. During the of the trial-
:ncd the appointment of assistant but they saw only the board' the cards the red. Oise Half band progress j do not know. ,where ,
little dead .
our lay or wounded, on It that the test of the Chi fat
was proposed your eetiuf
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f each other "Take them efiV.aaid I "I will torn '
and you <
gold the "
aboard tbo ; plaint house Is, said Benjamin '
oath, he ; i
n AJObt hedanlafteravisit and neitber into the nese brougbt into requisition.The -
without clothes
street '
had But
d wasatta" ; to Six hours they played as you though mourning for oat brother fallen our find it .
was a bundred dollars richer or poor' would have turned roe out without ..vir. heart were yt elate. idea is as follows. Two live roosters '
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l aboard.lielongmg party to
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-'Ob
reported myself "all ;\
Beecher youltatrs.
ents ,replied
For well and the each take'the
than when he sat down. The crowd was tue !"_ w had al'beLlh. ancient glory of oar are presented, parties fJ
4 to the ship in'the capacity er I KUte. oath and at the same time out off' -the do is, to come over ODe of the ferrie% and :
it had and as deeply interested "Have pity !I" 'ho'l leaJ. But I knew '
been
surgeon's steward waa a young man nam as large as With the field fI' Palo Ally Buena >'W*, MonAn'd head of the fowl before them. The' ODe follow the crowd.. f.
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ed George Hunt; who had been a school.loyatuaiasaeee i; George appeared tired and restless, no pity J-I thirsted for- revenge I and 1 CerrrroUordo who hesitates is acknowledged to bt ia fault.UmUwe .w X would come,", continued Benjamin J//:.
eFta+etr;-y4elw i ijupne of but his opponent was as cool and collected told him if he did not take< my clothes ,they ahall Bomber Cnerabuaeo'a '* but .
iCI Hunt won and "raked down" a from his back I would blow his brains well fought fray t > < 6"oath U considered the nw t for one reason. -
of this as ever.
e characten tale "
"Ah t what is that. :asked Beecber.,
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ADd when they name taut glorious I.Lt full ) I sacred and Chinaman would cut r .
and a few minutes after was .In out proudly t as soon
pile
words heavy
few to
: rG, should devote a when Dave f'Blow said lie w, nay say. his throat .i that of the fowl that is U !"Because said Benjamin with.a merry
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in the act of scatchingbis wrist fired away, defiantly. How the ion of Carolina, bore, &bema.h. ."u'ba'd. If under these circumstances; he look out of bit eyes,,"! nuke .it' ao invariable .
"I
at and killed him. Then fear guilty.
cried
out .
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. parents was about moved ten to my of native age Take that card out of your sleeve '". seized me, and I fled from the' city '
years oa Sundays.
J- house' near father' "What sir?" asked George. came here to California.' Here I forgot JOHN PHOKKIZ a TBZ LADIES CUL tribe. The roosters were brought into .
a my ",
1 were ad'taaifated{ 1. dessolute "Take that card out of your dee vc !1'repeated fear, and my old passion for play revived ; John Phoenir, the Inimitable wit, thus tells. court and the girl took the' knife. The Ocwous Oiaa Ta r 1-"Th ,Ditfato Z'
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crowded with Chinese and ,
u she
had resided in N- the other, so I assumed male garb and false whiskers an incident connected with a ride on the room was ,
6 after they that Jady.who.
the husband crazed with "What do "you mean ?" demanded and for the last five years I >have done nothing few( York Central Railroad. He relates stood over the fowl they all stared at her papers say a young P earn
down from Chicago we propeJUer ce-
it In with as much Interest aa U she were about oa
letter
but During that time I a to the Knitkerbocker- -
Us Hunt. game. qnar- Maga-
killed < -'
tremendi-
home one night i tab states that just J.bef'orohe,
window "I mean'you have just]>laced a card lip i ruled with and1' killed seven opponents; tine and puts it on record to serve as'a to be guillotined.The oath was b.inn ,
the lake .Jsst
.. threw George through a storm which oocuredoa
toward theluagevhe your ooat sleeve". I for 1 had taken an oath to kill alt whom I caution to future innocent travelers, lie ; administered, and shu struck. t Several. out : the a birds lit
tnI\ while diaainc Us daughter I other friends forward week a large number of on
I roadside dead "YpuBel" I could not beat. One gambler did me a says: sprang to prevent them r
fell by the The Captain on seeing
propeller.
t bcorgereoervl a bad wound upon the- "I \\'bat1" ,asked the bullyj drawing .a great, a lasting wrong; and I vowed to be M I had observed at' each change of the her as they evidently thought her' guilty said!U was time to seek an. harbor and
and about to
whkhSeft but otherwise he bowie knife revenged upon the whole profession; But cars, and they were frequent, when the swear falsely but-they were he did.. Teybadhrdlyput ito J
\ a sear so
cut
; retorted ash for the intervention of the Holy Father, general scramble took place 'was too late as the floor was already covered t
br; u1 jurea.. ,After the parents were Lie!1" George very calmly. ; one car Isle when the/ storm came. la thatstormthepropeflevTroyaadtwent
i mother drew BUd cocked a pistol. He who watbes over sinner u well as saint, defended from; the assault by a stalwartman with bipod.l The plaintiff once gave up qua threw ,
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e. #g L Jrided away for fa their Mary-G.orge'o long homes sister m, ,-and For a moment the crowd was in loteDlOexcitement I should this morning have murdered my usually of stalwart persuasions; who, the case and paid the costs.. It, however, of her va* engers and crew were Aliens;

-tent tortho office of i some rushed precipitately: out brother r* deaf to menaeesmisoftened by bribes the suspicions of bet tribe prove correct These ludd were,barbing. of trosWek t j,
tan, U aa apprentice bat be a rretlew of the room; nearly aU tell bank from the For a few momenta the was ,silent ; then maintained his post. for the benefit' of the and shi is subsequently shown. to be guil alaowere ,of;sails to/. the I'
Village was
.messengers
; e will au.trbr.enre and ;
paper persecution
few caught hold of theprinci.paLs she folded her hands across her heart rais "leddiw. .
had passed table;but a finally Daootah and her boing freight,
andbeforetwo awayvj' baniahmeutv ,
years and with big took from them the weapons and septnUdtbeni. ed her eyes to Heaven and mtlrmured.M -: 'Leddies car,sir, u you please, forced <***! _' e. >*& .,' '. .
.*ew tired or the .village hther I thank tbee for this ear for ;without leddies." Is
the pity.stringnr ) great giatlemen A GOOD Pun -bombody in writing 'r Ala Historical"peraonaEln- ,
5s.of the futurehe went, to when "You shall hear from me soon,1' idthe lesson. '1I'rom..hit day I will live thy ser. '" Need I say that that ear was the most letter tollaachutetU t .per, criptiR related that a young prbee of rte iJutri
\ came to our village J led him frQlD.t vant. comfortable of the train and with .''that the asked -w
itnnti gsmbler .as ,they ? of recent Opposition jubilee *&; Nash, IIoaH of MOUMO was y 'bad .
y was in her eighteenth wicked year-a..ales.ar .- room. In a few days George.well ; the ears stem resolve which ever distinguished me dUe.. relates this anecdote; -, 1IW'fied. rich 'old woman. "J ,t -- ywu
f whom rumor told Tain e !I "lit it be in sun hour j"returned the oth. ful nursing of Mary did a great deal forhim. In the discharge of my duty towards :myselfj "An old Democrat whom.I met. on j my the pf young t'rince'; reply, M Dlf,
J Mary often met. In advised my' He Lieut. Fields and myself werecourUuartialed determined to put an end to it; (so way to the meeting said be was going to, uk you wba& poor man In a harrY to'ge't!" .
;,meeted and my mother ; eJ'the men aboard the. frigate who t at his request, he was discharged when we changed cars at Utica I rushed, the Charleston' Convention next-year enormous bank Otecaabed "b1et-r .' .
were"inuedtoja?:*, and one morning reporthemlleh'. Lieutenant and were forth and seeing a aloe witha the date of G?" ;
the were not obliged to | myself young person : got the Lord's prayer inserted In the Denviocratto stdfu>look at It .
Uer lips she tin 0 be found' ling small gone aboard that night repair ea to the "Golden forgiven upon promising better behavior. .. pretty face bonnet nd shawl! and a Creed .t see if one thing could bra *4_' V. I I'. J _;' -,
| '{rOD a to await sud make preperationa for la. tho future large pottmanUau;urging her "'1br *: found that the Opposition would not object ,1& II a mark of a deprsveammJ.;. r'
prayed. I the etrsnger 'was not.; seen rfr Key"the expected challenge. It had scarcely 411ttla off the mall mid, Li cue of" tire the crowd stepped vp by her sue, .adwith to, w they would either have to Dppo e.U at decrepit o'dage, 01 to tidiceb t 1,

It was 11 Mf hen j had heard nothing on -II Ie1tJed tbat. Lteut. }'ieJd. ot the in'. prettiest villages In New Uampsbir,stands nay native grace and gaUaatry offered to tnatntaia their consistency cr ackaowl. .hq" deformed In1' b0 Aj'edentandi

) until. Be I bi.eeo\e\; Georee hn ild's tines sssmuld act as Hunt's second, and that a Beat, white cottage;ever the door It i my era and aasitauoe Then were edge the Dtmocrwey right ooc.rII Ji .

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th\t a''!\largd ,* ,A (\rILedur\he Fa.nllrlen" I V\locraia-they 1 ..
rdletters there was a rnmor, t !
nmi1n rirn r U1.ii rl d fron : Order, of 8- ot '". right ngtan } let us tae no 1ed< i,for the \\i \
e of armed men were approaching 1'hembe" f'th *
body WUdhumcdiatcly ; Novt8f; i50 f morrow; let ns rah'ft )i itemore! |>otton:, 'i t RIVAL OF TEB
Gov
the dtreetkn of Wheeling, Vft.f J't.TRK'dW.V.
-- -, .r" '" : 1" : \ Th" on entr.lIt and spend little tnorO'piOflel: with i our GiJ
., ''tomtb. Hobll. Mtrenry. '. ordered several companies! }!6| upon thd rht ptireh upon him northern brethren I -10108"take ourpJamiltoswith ; CANADA.
-. \ ,la tho scene of action} and 'on the res'diritfloft'oer'of: tne Order iiv iriIIiitrAX
The South. 4 military : its the tpr \ ustaking care however, to leaveonr'attacho.1 Nov. 19.-The steamship Gaa. ,
When thu Southern soil of Southern il trw hare ft telegraphic (1 paich fiom 'the State of FIJida. fells that is but' n. ( and faithful servants South ada has arrived. She left Liverpool on

State has been actually invaded, and the Washington that the Governor nccompan- reasonable ) upon Mm. to Saturday, Nov. 6th, bat brings Layemxd
blood communicate with tho meuibvi ot'the'Border of Mason aud Dlxon's lino, for fear of dates 17th which abe
! of Southern cjUnTis spilt in a mad t ed Pix hundred pissed through ( to Monday cIted
attempt to excite servile insurrection among by troops under his jurisdiction } and Ind ed it is wounding the prejudice of our,dear-brethren by"'telegraph trotn"\Llvtrpoolto.t 'QQ '
.1ilt,
us, it is time that the condition cf our ne. that city, tnrouttkr Cliarl town. ft rcaionabiezpeetation! ot all true and de- ,) and let us pay as much money aa WB toW, .-1- trr .'.t
gnpopulation bo carefullylookerto".and! ssid, however, that Wise did not boliov *oted Sons, tfho L that STOW evil! *."to":may exist'remedied. the rumor ofthe *pproVch of ft'n ftrmed that the peaceful banner of Love cnn possibly spare
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Ac.: Mm.
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trio hair dressers : -*Sy 2Zeraphfr'sLivepooi
' .. :I would call nitration one fact fraught force, but by W* 'presence: and an impot- I Ilri&1ud Fidelity, should wave in keepers, Cotton
with dai.gtr, which semi tobw entirely ,the ."Land ot Flowers}"-preventing visit t Saratoga, and Niagara, nor forget tocontribute" to Queenstosoia-T14 | .
tag force hoped togivoa feeling'of securityto market WM steady to day,1'but Opened qni
from mad buffoon
nnnotiueu it.is the growing ciutom of the weetperfuinewnftcd tompthlng to the ,
j permitttog F. U. riLPCT, Editorr; the '' et under the news brought by ho at..m.
'prisoners
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lavc< to learn nnd work At trndci. the population, protect her blooming forests fu m being couAn' )o.ndirt.a! d !if ,,!e,do.4' this, andj>ay sliIP'ATriCai. '' S .* ****** *, -.
Indeod there are slaves! herr -slaves bit inpetition and prevent_any futile attempt,at their rescne. mated with the foul breath of- the '"mhd. down for werytKmg'wMch ire Ut.ioMijlQottom"a'
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, handsomely The anthbrizedi
Mt4fltAe cont.raouiD I ,'_ -.- MonticESlloSATURDAY : .. qu
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, with our mechanic ands'carry on S_ .. .. -'. ; it l is..vo evident tliat'somv, ofBrown's' :It \,ill- be- II.n. by 1 reference" to' the lnlt. cither i can"o? cannottpqs9ibly: i ,'Y ltJ((even LI"po MoUJlsX
Again Fair Fair 4d
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% Grand that the Order article can be had somewhat
the
18119. it
\ the erection of buildings tonsaporviscd by MORBING..WOT.t8 repo'rt of the Sc'ibe. same '
mmiiwarics are in the neighbor' Fair Uplands 7 8 8d rMiddliAfI0rleans 7
I any.;white .man. I A moments I reflection in the State has for Home timo,been gaining thc plr'and betto South,) th;n A\1rel1"'our -
F should be sufficient to convince any think. Prof. A, Ryan.On .' I hoed of Charlestown, notwithstanding! the .-numerically: and its'financial condition dear" northern brethrcrfraust 'O"ttO error. 1-1 Od ; Mid.AlobilwJ 4dj Middlings Up-

; ing,person that this ought not to be allow thnrsdsy evening'List the above nflmcd strict vigilance kept over all strangers Hound. 'And from the zeal 'manifested landsO15.16d9'j' jd'OguL&tgwa'mI

cd. 1 geutk-msn,.who i'If, a ProfcSsor of Elocti- who mak! their appearance It is reportedby at thu last meeting of tho Grand pi'ilon. I oftheIrvay.- -I." :
. suffering none of the inconveniences ut freedom kenhold of thee members ; and, indeed, whicjCyou trusting *q .confidently ? I to an uropean.Congrew/ftnd
but atibiect to)little ,or no, restraint on_Temperance' And rtgaiu" tt. :SfJBf jie limjurort has been burned-and. still no here U everything to enuourago.tho old "'hntai ay the elections 1-f:I regard to the cnn- that France and England has agreed vuth

are notoriously and nnsofferably high-head-i made an impressive lecture ujxm the Beauty trace. the incendiaries can' bu found. ami! alcl\s.liel'tho have stood firm aorf-ating the NflTth"T rD6Jsjfiliot fathefscem : basis of negotiation*.,-./-mt T A
'd and stiff necked)they learn to consider 'of Nature {; at the concluwonSof which Tmft is startling il0\VII. and, an, evidence supports tho ban- 'Democratio element forms- .. It it vaguely that'Oiraonldl atnri '

. themselves fully,the",equals of. n hito mechanics he gave a series of Reading,;, 'burlesque (of f what Is in store for the people I of the her of ""Love Purityan t Fidelity," %du- that the : interview with the King: of Sardinia de*
and ,boast themselves better than speeches''and" a South ir they longer continue the milk and Ing11 d\.eat: days of,our order,-when' hut a,part of(that t lump,\vlilch.is ,Destined elated that Iiity1aad l>Wn ;betracd;Andl
:' "poor,white folks ;", tj>ry often educate metamorphosisshoeing, seemed to tire and taint, soon td be leavened, by.Republicanism?. that he would hftVi control the ,1mus tlfat has been hi formerolltn
5udivert ov er voice features water policy pursued past surrender "*
themselves i ,violation of the laws and \ to Can any one accustomed to read;tttt..t.iv\t. protested agauii.fs'tith n proceedin ,,
of the State;audareivefl, posted as ,to the cles of the'face, that is truly' surprising.As .- years. "Action-stern and decided action the ground:gained, to thu enemy'or"man, the signs of the1 tlirtes,'Jsny? 'that4)the 1 'The Great Efst rJt' itoa hip'I
political,'movements of the day, even exaggerating remarks a Virginia cotemparary (and should be tho order'' the-dnyr, ''It is suicidal whoso followers have nbouted their. hclljsli ly ., et ,tSoutI4Thpfom1>' ; ., ? itnutccrs
the viqwI of NOI" .politicians which we fully 'endorse) "his,'e'ntertainments to t lojjger fold J'o\lr'arms i ig fancied;; s<-' cries of victory, for several years.: chaucu: for protect inn Southern: ,rights' ,and ," lJpao It'.

of the Fremont nod Douglas stamp. Their 'aro unique 'nnde1egant. There!''has entity and raaKChildi lamentations for the It i MTnade the duty of the Grand. Wor. Southern? J itqt.l nl, aruany4rotter now Latest News from Brownsville* I ; i
Associations with w hite men are not such as thy Patriarch, to visit all tho:,Subordinate than ihey.weroiat our last Presidential K-- Nw-OCgjre1&i'2l5-'Tbu stennsbip, '{f.
render them docile been nothing !like. attempted by any salvation'onllt Unlnl We ouW to God hi. at l least Brazes n.dur 17tb in.t. .
;- to servants orsafe members D 'i iol% r jurwdict'ioo, : lect.1oGtL' But'imf need' weak. while'we Arizona, from f .
of a servile population and the insubordination other publio lecturer and it would 'require that this Unioncould bo preserved, and it I once a 'JuC ThisdutyI will gladly per' dhkOr, i.1 nOntti''rfft'a; arrived. She brings seven hundred rajui .

.; of domestics is in most I instances an extraordinary degree of talent to''equal l will, be a sad, spotiaole,_I in tho I language, ofthcmimmorlaUVcbsterwhen form'dufing t.he'ensuing Sprig and ,Sum. speakvd- ;- .-'.s'e fifty,three thousand dollars'In .p.Ie.w4i"- f
traceable tov their evil, ,influence.: It ,was him in the line ho has hosen. Wherever "our eyes shall! 'melirrlt; Providentially r.llted:, :mninewitIi! eadlyrnusite1ani,4oariulan Intelligence reVCi(5b bi .Ilia'';Arizona,1" -'

I at one time, deemed necessary to, pass R lie has sppearcclhehai 'won 'the applause} of be turned for'tholaqtthne'tobehcld the jTheMost Worhy Panarc is ofttl eo- explosivas nJ.do thougU, \ .. over-ruling istothe\flkt.lllatDr6\rnmllc'Is sift-"".,. '
State law providing that negroes" should pinion that very _little Providence which:firsU j makes mad 'the Captain TobIn,'wftimthhieOmnpittiy of i w. (
, not eemgregato;together, and 1I.Is. still on i ho learned and refined. ,lIecharms' the nun in the heavens to ece ,it shining upon benefit to the orJ\r.Dl'Jrl'.c,I am pt'rludo that \ii-tlms it would Tcstroy"ha, enabled us to men from thc1, to\ nth, Cliciei'Dodgally ."" .
the statute, ".books,.but it. becomes worse sensitive ear and de'ights the;vivid, IIU gi. the broken 'and 'dishonored'fragments"of if the Dwgrof s' properly cOIflrJedandgCDeraI1r'Qglzei. beforethc'train ariilleryiucir froni ofKonau: loft ,\

thau-fc-awid l letter.\hen a number of slaves nation, by the purity,distinctness'_rmuical : a once glorious UiAon ;f but far better'for (that ; seize the'Ugh'le'dlorchJ: 'l! cajibo ziw, for Brownsville't n b.* .' TTu '. f. Jt \

: arc permitted work together.' on a buil- II volume of his \ocal utterance, and'the the South: _that this 1 should happen, and that tho orxlc-r .{1sud another l fo5iTyfired:.yet'God afononowiLknowshow = added to tho'ronner fb; '' uakenbut (,
ding for weekawithoet being = ., .which i it be raa \ wide or deadly.were its ,ramiQcalions. three hundred !
snywhiteinan boldnl's'-'of means by i18) very ? ; regular troop: ,
beauty, eloq ice and< ,his there exist a wAil offlrcTasit were bt't\\.toll ] .
,present to restrain them I from'talking I terially promoted J is by thi* members,regularly ; This outbre 1k..at. Harper's Ferry is a fearful n> Brownsville. -' nb j ,IJi t- -
c over the politics of th day*and' plotting noughts His entertainments aro especial.y the two sections,-. : t6 longer b&'m ide Attending fhe meoliug of mdc-x nnd k'to I the On the arrival of Capt..Tubin, CoitIDAS' f i
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as they please.,, .,,'-'. ,% ,; '. calculated to improve-Ol&lIg' men I and the dupe and be tyrauizodoy by a people, visional and when iit' the\ : let'Dl'\ ; a'potent muttered 'whith chief officer;was hold As.i.* ).i on t-: Hw .
On the other Land, there is'a strong feol. maidens i in the graces. of reading; conversation who can advance no, cause.why they should to cultivate those social. fclilgR characteristic mnyster1on'and :)threats;, was ordered tobeh.rngltfioat a t'III, nnd '
iugamoyg-ow: mechanics against 'negroes and oratory, The Maniac of Rum"s aspire'to bo oaf superiors.;, Tho 1rrepresible ,oT 'all trite sons of : ; Remember -I for two or three years_past: likes curse,JUt the,9rdt-""a. prortiptry) execiitqtL.0.Si.
won'an I romcmber the has, rolled oversow, Southern .. -. .. .
being placed equality with them rendered.by ,him uith most thrilling I effect confi1,"- foreshadowed in' Seward's the\y.'P'I charge t syllabled, '
And who dare hay tins feeling is not natural odes' ,and ;especially>the obljgiitions,,you land.portending horrors, only the more terrible 8aIta1yOariba1INgYJ'Nnv. :;
And right t ,taiiegie..laco' be-allowed and his personations"Job Squash," Houhester' ,"manites o,,.in which the knife have of'your OWI 'wijl. taken uponyounae1vc..RL'mcmber < J. 22.;The Paris co4.-
because so Arague "an 'fchadowyWc"are ---
to compete .a equal,terras_ w ith,.our mechanlea tho hypochondriac,". and other comic and the incendiary torch .are'to,I,bo. the tlt youths that aro ; ponde.?' h! London Time3 states .that '
noi throw them characters: make land;and the that for no alarmist'"and, \would counsel the recent interview Letw'rn.Victor EmailcTaii'l
: why open to tho the publio split its jolly weapons of warfare has commenced. Wo in our snares are set -
doors of the teamed profession ?, Jt will be sides 'with'laughter.. In listening. to his have the beginning-the work I is progressing them i remember\ so' long as, temptation -no"rash-nt'RSure., >' Jbut wu believe i it. .'dn.. ii G-irribaldi: resulted l .ununti fictot.\', 'i

said that.,nature )has not endowed I them reading -"The Grave,'* -we: ,could almost the South prvporedfor the eud t ,exists there II work frry SOl ot ty as bravo men, to unmask'tho: dangers The foi nu'r dcdaroil that tliore was no a!,
with capacity to becomo(lawyers, merchants bear-the dull solemn 'r ttle"of the clods Temperance.::' Feel that yi ; oftho which so boldly threaten-j-or, ;* pr\fdrllt. tcrmtive but Jo use force against the bitter
or doctors ; true,jtt neither have they ; Order depcudaupoii, .) eWortai-I in he organ 1\1\11 (cads revolutionary '
the "The wC.. E. Dries, E,q., >hu: purchased your ones,'to provide some"saWgnnrdrnnd eleeuce. cave ze* n -
coffin
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the on Gambler's Wife
natural capacity become as mechanics that you are engagedio Jlju roost movement Italy.
anytliingmore.than.merc.liotchesr and as i\'eny him, i is irrau i a*ty affecting;and hill late partner's i interest' in''the".,Jftoridiaifit -' llruombur work of' M:11;.remember / ., That a mostdange"ronr conspiracy -

if they had, uqilbcton the.scoreof jnntlco the "Wood. Chuck'anecdote never.fails to Jourtutt, and associated; i with all Mi'*,-ACT.pros IT-aud the good against, the lve.' .. property of our. citizen ,English.Vigilance and the Slave Trade,. h

or cxpendency/: IIhuldthey: be\permtted! '''bring dow the home. But i it fot* the him,'as joint editor and propriet? 'JAUISBa cause will again' blossom as the rose in Flor % was planned andeiecuted in the very :NKWYORK, Nov. 22.-News by a m

lo vork at ujcchanical) l pursuits they,noware ofithe! ;Madman" that his CARLISLE .Esq., late,editor,' f/the .TFokulta ida. Nothing is. wanting now, mv ,_brothers ,: bwi of our country, and, almost insight cent European: arrival announce that the I
dozIig..,, ,? ". "4 Lay tr gipowerl Times Although regret to part but for UJ to do our duty ;L,we have, of oar oatiijnaj.tapitol' is a hct'.withln itself ship Memphis with seven' hundred cl-ive, ?
,It; has of\en, that: are more fully elicited and his readings f earth give"thoir '
'"u.emarkfll' .oat ditor'l' the fair unes *> not only to us bad onccciMfully clmlc' the vigilance of thu
with JOXES from" tho ; ; .
Dr.
; Corps, sufficiently significants if"e adrnit
Southern : even
cities are becoming abolition. .of this thrilling poem has received the good wUhtMi but their efforts:: they English cruiser .
iced TJiat(there *'s such*, tendency Can plaudits! -of ho highest Btago cfltfcsiUj f ;En- t is gratifying t6 know that his 'place U uow fight with us-side by '"sidel I 'WJIOI ; 1 Hat! itslandcrwas a half crazy and imbecile .. .. ,

hardly be Denied, but,i it is due to tho impolitie and America.. ". filled by.a gentleman so well'.qu.iaficd to I will faint o falter with womanbyjnsside'? old $ :. ,That; 'the Republican Journals Writing of the Republican ,('.aIl.1ilatesfur
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disregard of the laws,.regulating the rope 1 discharge the duties oCbot.h editor and publisher I Ayr will not the, old champioti'Ai: I do not diwvw, but'on tho contrary, offiec'ill tIme House of Representative,
100.cond ion,of) slaves and the He lectures again to.nightFrlday,1ndwe ( have met in tle--Subordinato midQrnud
allowing so
Success.a'ttcnd ottel '
< as Mr. Carlisle: thei >alli\te, nnd even justify tho ,outrage, ai:d the Wtllhingtoncorrel\pon.ll'nt' of tho $\
I
them tqgojout of )her propcrrspherentroernals have ndoubt will hive s'cr&i d"d house.Prof. 'J. Divj ion; reuim to their post again, '
('o.compete.,,wjtb.whito men, thoreIby ,. RTAX goes hcncp,pl1)[_ d. y 't ,. heW firm.' liatltTlf-so- pleasant to' them in bye.gone talk of tio"irrepressihl'm'commfiict) ,'! _hich Y.: Post :iys :: ,,

unfiting t themselves 14 ;muwetbeix 'FalJahatsjwbth he intends to remain for I ._.....-..4J4" \ days. Mjr friend, the cause has the same must, souocr-.or later sweep o\'erollr, land Candidate: forth; elective ownersi gf tha :
proper di'pepdsnj itic'n.-.ifiCi' bfl.W)4i ,! {&" The Court Appcain of Virgin!: object in ,'iow now Jjju t it Ij4 ttuulhe .-tlml there has been, up to this time sc House are already 'thick n* bl.ukbcriics.:
ed of them I several days We-wonld ,aJM the goodpeople \ '. Sherman anti Gion- talked: 1 ot' fur tl. '
,and than all are
worse 'exciting has refused to grant. writ of error to thopetitionjrom name iUlto pu..flmn-tbo r same enemyto ferns we know;not withstanding tho o-
tee.linga.9fboAlliUi against.ItLeJr rtxM' Inthobosomsbt'thoa I; ot thai city?and'espiaflythi i mim i. the Court Jeffcnion conquer. ,''hel n'tul'l to tho work, pregirnt SpeakciKhip. FOI.thu CleikHhipnew men "
with whom' thertomein 1 t :the L- X s1atnrsm v or'whom nn in the of county. you once lovc ello l well to perform; you suspicion of complicity the part of arc cumlnt; forward with claims every elaj, iI'J
John Brown.' Hi will therefore
,: contact.JPRJJDENCE..,' rather deficient in, elocution, -l perhnpo,),,to cane' ) vill find many who was then your col.ibonrs : Gen it Smith G'uMings. and l others, no general Forney, 3IclvibbcnUn; >lerwcod, Stkwtucr,
> "_.', .,.11 R I in iI 'I i attend his lectures. bo Iwijg on the"2tdOtDovenjber.'I'he.iewhoartlot t rca Iy to I re.t you with :brothel's i unmjstaknbU, : expression of con. Hoffman anti, otlicis. Thu I latto1 i ; gentle .,

i; f :!hc Cinoumaii JRittes'loarnii from a relia1Tt -: .. .. -- >\ejcome 1 dcinnation of tho act, at the North ;-these 'man ill a defeated: Maryland" Cong re- .
ble aBthomytb.atoon! 1dersbl,excitement The Tax Law;, rr1" County commissioners Relying upon the justness -exists"lit a parti! Kentucky relative to of Leon, have concluded to issuu the integrity of tho members, the endorsement grounds: first, because: ho OWII'Jli*
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We are iu, hopes our Legislature, whichconYenei more trcmeudous import than the overt '
the.npiaftedodetrfistion| of a'secret; 'organizatioii thu remaining $23,X00 Afbond#, due on the ot c\ery truo patriot nnd ,i.hilanlhropi defeat to.the- 11\1'1'1"11}.crrl. outbreak} ; ,and
; having for its object an "Insurrection. .on, Monday; next, will pay some 8ubscrJKiou! i to tho Railroad{ Cni.pany. "tand the gujdancc aud protection ofGreat acts of old Ojiiwatomie, ,his ,deluded(: agiiiu, b cnltl ho owes this, defeat to limo
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The tacts;as they received th.m. are as foi little"attention to the Tax Law; establishedby county ( l .ltl'Sr4h abo>'c,' confcdcrai es. tact that when List in Congress ,)ho;' veto,1

: follow.Two"anonymous**.--* I the tho 'present :member of tbat body -- I am, with pl'oCJII! respect, Though unable to claim any higher dis for tho cxiiii'sion: of HI.'ll BrmAs. Fu. tlv

letters 'were' received) ue: be1i ve. It ill- one-of the mot uwju 't II Yoni's !in I. P, > tinc'.ion and eoiiiMenlion for our opinions 1'1I1Clmn"lcr of the House is Lewis" CUpliaiu
.
: r4jt11t'r'a home Jtfayaziiie, for December G.W.; !Born blav' !! ho has
through the. office at A. WILSON, ofjhiicity. ot; : e HO ; .
Cyuthiana, Ky.,<
poit and foolish laws that was ever placed than the 'fact that wo love our native South,
announcing the existence in that locality ola upon has been r\'l.'cived. This is the _.... for ten jc'nrs-Tiorkid fuithtully against slavery -
the Statu'.e books of nny sovereign State, andyaluc'her honor prosperity and_ safetyabove extension, and in the elections of the*
p secret organization upon a plan similar of bust tieo dollar magazine publiuhed. Its l WriLI( Cor Family Friend.
Old Brown,,at,'Harper's Ferry,and havingthe I from Maine to California! : ; -We' have 'no engravings aru good, and its literature ,is '. tl. rf. all human conniilciations' yet uc last four years has: in connection v\ith tl.o I
,iew., The doubt Legislature desires establish would and Republican: associ.iliun hem i>, of which 1mm same object jn Utters and our to iu not the recent affair at Harper's rs-pectfnlly eat nestly call tim attention
from tho best
of writ
this Shonl
sonic em uoun
\ Sect off
sent millions elocumcnts
'' ot to
I their contents were made"'public, and' im- such laws, as will bo ,productive; cf f good to try. Ferry teach tbo South< the necessity of ot' our Legislature now so soon to the FI'uc'StalellIe ay has
IIC't'6ought. orreceiveti
.nodlately Harrison created a and great-excitement Bunrbuneountics thro.onghont the citizen and advancement of,the State ; -. -: Vigilance? I* i it'w iso and. prulcnt'to rf'st 'assemble in Tallahassee to the present po. office nor piy: for |iU work;and ho

where i itos all d ed the organization exist,' but through some error in the.enactment of Another Slica., < supinely secure, alter ;so terrible, uxhibUbition Mtiou of aff:lirs. If those who oppose our is I the "l'ccillmII'k fur }lime) ariouM, ,uf nr:

and is intended .to operate A 'publio thi4lnw, they have not only dfimcgardcd Late telegraphic dispatches alI.'ilio i ns not only cf the f: atio'sw ,of tlw Institutions lived only north of, il.ison and prominent I'voji'tTJlubnllies i ill Wnbhii-g.!

:y meeting was called at Cyuthiana' ,and w as tho interest of the citizen and advancement that the government has determined upon' North, (of w)hith,"'I have been long fully Diton's line, "'e would know where to find ton. Mr. Goodloe; of the JStn, I hear is

largely attended.- ',Measures, wore taken of the State;but hat'e'set' at'naught I :every the seizure of the .Northern States of Mexico. aware,) but of the Mjntematio practice of our enemieS, but who can guard against thu a prominent" candidate for the Public, Pi into

j 4o and ferret to protecUthe the members community ot the):organization flgnintt semblance justice. As the law nwiit.ridi A large body of troops have: alreadybeen the Abolitions ,by which they make themselves secret machinations of base and dishonor fng. -0-

,.uIbreak tbatmay bo ,attempted I among any the Tax 'Assessors compelled id .assers, ordered to Brownstill, for,such' pur. acquainted through, their spies) uith ablo .fauatu-s, who arc tau tt'on_ each >returnlug A'Lirn.it ExctTEJ>'ft.-Thcru ww socin

tthj slat ea. and collect taxes of tho citizen in some in. poso. The Cabinet which had I I'a meeting the minutest"particulars* ot r every community Sabbath by such_ super-eminent' excitement yesterday }in oiyv cjU', caused

The ouociatidn is said to- consist mostly stancet as often aa three timet on tlW.ami on thi 10Ji, was,unanimously.in fJVv of the and tillage of the South ? Who can scoundrels as Cheever and others, that the by an abolition'tot 'tam) thu North too free

.of negroec; led and directed by white men' property.- J For- instance:' A. owns apiece seiiu re. forget the maps found the papers of surest, if not only way. to win thu smiles o" ly pressing his iwws in 'our midst' His
It U charged that come of the employers of .. .. among name, we iiii.lestamitI) : id.Mr. Charles Scotta
I the Coyingrton\ Lexington Railroads: are of land: which' 'be bought'of eul 1 TUB LONDON TIMES UN H R"JoR'1/ Fica' Brown, with crosses aiid ,ircles denoting Heaven: is to trample 'on the" Constitution drummer the firm of Scott & Co. ofNew

S leaders in the movement- The anoup\10US gate his note with sccuiily, for, the same, BT.-Tho London Times received by the doubtlessly I 'the.points dell\d most available and imbrue their han .iri t.hcblood.f' South, York lie had with him a sermon

letters clar, 'that, like'that of Harper's to B. To obtain money to buy a negro er, I last steamer 'comments at I length on thoJInrrer" 'for exciting, 'insurrection ? Are our em Slave'holdrrll.. 'from Jbo Rev. Henry Ward Bc-cehcr, ider

_1 Ferry each member ohis' organization iswora two, to work the land,' ho gave C:a roort- Ferry invasion.. Its commentaries homes and fires-idca no longer safe from the We might, ns heretofore, smile incredu livened $$9 Lchalf of Ossiyattotuie i Broun,

(' tOMcrecyn4 itissepo.dthatar.. gage on the ame.s 'Now, A. pays taxes oil were w:ritttn before the result of" the' intrusion ot' hired spies? Can no remedy lonely, or sneer at' Theoretical: abolitionism ; with the set'tIusmt' : utwhieli 1)\1 e&eurrod
for and of
Brow tho
,a :geriem.outbreak uoursaJmat ,
rangementa wereprettt the land, n.1 pat'!9 i on the note, and C. (1:1)1on known. It bo applied which (prctentthc.se desperate but tho first chapter of Pratical abolitionism thought
was lhl
well
outrage
l."igilAuee commits xay.s : urrecUon'nt, a martyr t<> ,liberty. A
of thu the ,mortgage. .lIe 0 i tree,payments, "That they could have expected to con. cmis.ricl northern fanaticism. from brie and, short as hill. has 'already Vigilance committee waited on Mr. Scott

tho citizens and die utmost*a precaution 1 is in the shape of taxes, upon tho same piece pier the United States Executive in a xcr coming among us, and under the shallowest: been written iu blood and tire, and if we and summoned 'witnesses f> attend ,who

observed througliout'the'country. ,String, of property. In other words where equity vile 'ar.'mid to tarn Virginia and Mary, pretence of pleasure,' bUnel" or, bad still fold our anus and vainly dream that : verified the reports concerning. him. lIe
'''ent resolutions were'passed, and the least only erusndllten, dollars; the present I.ui'l into flee States through 'ictol'ics gain. health, familiarizing themselves with our our'Hilvatiou still rests with the conscrva 'was sent from the city, wo understand: :{_
moveraect on the ot:the slaves: Is be ed by rebellious thu tcr tho his ltrlte'
part tQ nl'groel1I0em nut of jury passed upon, case. A
law demands
tax thirty.It weak jx3intsJanil tampei ing u'ih our svesjrccciving ; i Iive'part at}ho-0. h, (which distinguish
,beignal.otprprnpt' ction. Great .'onetcisiation question. ,America in not.like one of our crowd of }spectator was drawn to tho
and alarm ex'st throughout the' is ,unnecessary to prolong remarks island colonies! ,here the negroes ontuum- at. emu time e'c1' tteuton' cd -statevman some yiarsago: declared was scene ot trial though uobo4jr itne&se4tho

ountryaqd afull supply, or nroarmshave in regard to the matter. We hope thuincmbrsofthe ber tho whites nuny foM. In tno districts and ,courtesy.uhith can he dl< by thorough" ,ab. litionized,) then ,will we proceedings but (Jio committee appoiat -
't>e n erd8Nd by the citizens and a from this here this outbreak took the KQ.'jQt 1\-U\.J-- "-- ttQea.
.. Legislature county jJaoe wbiJcd generous Souther hospitality ? prove ouixslt es re rwni to tfce high trusts e&,'
.. thorough preparitioo-Jg:wnde for any demn .- 'will examine into the law, if they have are probably superior in uug&ur to tho colored liberty: ,, n cue of' our revolutionary imposed by a brave and noUo ancestry' Ve5 7tA.' "It;'" "

Hvin jnonstratioq be thoroughly hat mayoeoiir" investigated, "This'matter, and the not alrc;d/ done so, and have. its. 'objection* accustomed population almost: They from are childhood nil armed'to;and tho patriots I remarked, is only to bo purchase and will well '1eserv tho chains, which! the :__ ..... '

whoever able features remedied. at the 'e'enso'of eternal \ then North has been l 7'A fire occu r 'd i ii Tallahasiee-,*
'. guilty pirties"; thay male will use of their weapons.: The ciicumsta-icen! 'igiance. so long industriously forgoing 1

: :br ught justice.-_ _.. __' _, __ bO'I' ---.-.".-' -" in which they_arq j'lace&have 4 }'en them aro w e now Ji a fair ,way to ''Oll little and ''which :sha now holds ready to Sunday night last, destroying *{'"
IIC4 .Startling Kewi from Ctarlestown-: an aptitude. torsouettjiig like military',or4ganization which for au"eraly\us: past has been ao-< bind upon our nerveless hands. 'To the !ng occupied bjr Hill fc Groner,. 1

JD"TEl"Tor THz"'l'JitSJDLSCt'- If the. late attempted insurrection at1Iarpcr' and they have coutiuualjy ,lIe corded to us, by our northern honorable Legislature 'UO&ii pin Alley, Prinking Saloon, tA,4' '. .
: master soon to as-
\ The .w > leading republican-organs in this tore their eyes Aba jnvcesaily of J presvn ing -.p- ., .-.-,; en..
ir1ty--theThne. ,imd ''W'5wn.-.ari Indi- Ferry by a hauJfull' cif crazy abolitiotmtv -( order among the, African race. We way. The Southernvlmaracter' i peculiarly! nn Ii mb't', we look for some decided action, -Death Drowning- *

eating tbeic desire and with that 31 r Bates,' "vas nUScteat. 'to ihiow tut?. be sure that ater( *he ,first surprise,' the sit pjctiuy, and, I pminuntly confiding ; p'ot-: and we d.-vro hope that Florida 'w'ill inaug- -Two negroes, one belonging to FiE -

I .of,MiA-curt; shouldbe'jMit'lbrward' an the whole South into a ubilpool excitement )Kite men jq every Amerionn State' would tiug no inlschiuli} ourselves,,ue fear no danger urato such-measures as will either give, qui | P*. Ej., of this city and oilier toDrtfJW. .'
p -tPrvai&utia} n4id t.e' the Black Republicans. what will Southerners think of would take prompt and effectual measujeM' from U aro-alio notwit'u- the of -
an attempt' otberV ct :and secul'ily"to South or else bring Epps, Jefforon, were drownt4Thur -
-If Bates in cruah rebellion '
l1dIbes-tbl wan made 'the minions to though p obably though alandiug our character for and d-iy,while attamptinstta cross|J
'rftaee et'Seward i it is expected that' Urce- being* t by ,ot "Scward probably not Oil enough to lhicommiHMon > hasty pasblouato tide vexed question a speedy *olutiou.Wo ,.-
prevent
Jy,ill bVJPostmaster General; and"Ray.niond Gr e c1y 4t C i.,",to,releatm from prison nud of many, atrocities. This,fact ,actio ", superlatively l patient, andunreas'wably have bad enough of mere pajr reaolutions. LarfayeVe Het. TWO, egqio six .rojlej froj flat toy' ;
a ; njulen the it1wlach
Minister toSolfcrinq w the ,,'lbows'ofthe. the gallon, those of their fellows '\i bo. add ,much to the guilt.of the men who or. hopuful!: uhile ihe'North for, ;and. gasconading speeches, and vv-e egrpjjs4- were becoming cjj frighery kilie

Minico.1-> Iffievard shot!M be, wleeHedf'witBer -; alter fair and impartial trial' have been: I ganized this scheme.; othing but but years h:.beeu acting on, And carrying outs. wish no more ;'w o wish no impracticable awl rc tleM, caused the a flattwatert u.

_' of tMwe woitbios( will receive'\ pronounced guilty of treason and murder? sickening and bootless slaughter: could' it preconcerted 4\d well'digested plan feimrcruaekmnett.v ; test from"whicb we shall be compelled') tq ut n aJl aunk, ending iatA .
; 1It mud) 'eon;deration *s; tlw. Ch valierAWtbb4rboiItoerhIy \ it has come of it ; first (he slaughter of white !
been ltldhat "
bo
Truly bile her Uy meutiouedtorwj, l9th.
Harper'sFerryaratr statesmen in teredOl l but 'wish such firm and .?
i b made Secre-I 'families.by their slaves, and' then the bloody j u o decided asets
is only the beginningof,jhe. "ir. Cupsre8',-her orators Jn the Iqruni... hcr'l and : I -tU II_.. .0 I JI _-_.-( ?
\Uy( 'War"'fi 8eoret.arr <.stat : 'We' revenge of the exanperated nuatws. equitable meaaur ,w ill bo sns- '
.ospcc& soont6. a' furious war among' repressible conflict," an4 the end is ,yet to' -... ., .-- : l lecturers before,li terary, anti scientito ea. tue4! by,the voice i of s,,united South. The earth is a, tender and kind- tb.1'l l 1

s.hwe organs'.:fir fe 'rcnee to-ltKe President co )e., ( More Exciting tumor" .(..h.e.\ %ve.Ulib'qd the South,, and ,ta.ught J.( pur state, physicians after COnSult' to the busliandntan, aiid ye at and on 'j
he horrors her bosom af rf
tit' lato bC their' party 'Ther "intefijans .The.latest intelligence from Gharlostown W'.I5uiNtroN: Nay. 2J.-U was reliably that, reasou to the utiou' .is obedUence tion and mature deliberation} think thatthe always ', '
Ik {In different directions. ported on yesterday at. Cbarl 6tnq Ih,t C.t crbopallstterears.
.t. 9t'Jtb ( r'I .
the l which Brown .
and his
at
Of f- -J* -""' ( place confederates hel' t9Godmay. \v hen ijt y run hideous eZ mesOericoQf abolitionism v*:
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f" .1i ll-flfd. official disJ At had Ueeu, jeceited, ,by mor \ ff U- -
._ \ &tZ are confined,)) is that letters have Gov. Wiae that fur Profeidopt,a nun ,whose sole recommenation H&ich has '::4n' 1 ..
apprising an .'Wiun so long been sapping the' Constitution \ young paysl officer of th., I t
:4rny'wm GutumudG1 ,been intercepted,,oheoriug Brown_ and his of 600 to IjCOd men wodvr the ooininand i t fiot that he is a tmtor't the of. nir body politic can n<> longer Moore |mviogpt cijtotlagojd;

; Q ..:_Oders.'ere: :associates, and giving: assurances that they of'Johi) Brown, J f. was pre)Jing JO erosa South, \ simply fuld.oujanus, andqlo. with,safety be treated with enxollUntsand t Ids> aflianc d bride, & wag 'r nur tar. i,. t

;yesterday: ancUrnjanduig." the' Khali alt ha rescued. On last Saturday ColnDav ( into Vir>iui4 for! Uio purpose pf attempting log, from Wanhiugtoii'- farowvll: ungents,' then, in Gjd'g name,let it bo she wajj tnoort i .: -'s.9
tu )BIOWB.
iU ofiiera..ior.tioop 1d'tMI1U* la'proeeed tall Wr.tolGtlNl. !*.ho has'. :eoiumand of' :the troop. rescue o4 say uTbe UDiIust be prestr;e
j thai mur jruvernoeutdy statioued a( (iChartektown! ttlegntpbed to Tile,IoleL gross low and covers itself- pit who hall .jiru crvo. it,' Qh { say we, seriously implicated, fqen it they should.be

.wI Urge body.*f troop* QV'isathitIn accerdanc witU .thepromise4 uith its own tears, aDd pt all flowers yields ,e oiurt leave that affair 'ties true icay." compelled t<*resort to tutt. cjatery, jx tog tb offic* W tb >

., =,",'.n Irrritory. rrsea,iW eat.tn. the iuteri-tpt. the..wcrt fragrance, Sueb I'IU1H"f' PI st tb' (rh-the .eoin i. t' rn.iyc .the nse.ef' th 1mif, toe*.


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