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'4.,,it Prom Ales's Weekly Messenger.
' '': SPELLS.
'i EY C. IL WATERMAN.
The're's a' spell in every woodland path
'o That chains our footsteps there,
S' ' In every blade of shining grass
fig That's waving to the air.
,.,?, There's a spell in every forest flower.
Whose budding blossoms bring
- The promises of brighter 'days.
t The herald of young spring.
'''' There. a spell la every flashing stream
1 ' That sings the mousitains-rouud,
' ; That softly murmuring summer-song
4 ilath music in its Boum'.
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'There's a spell in every echo there,
For Cod doth seem to dwell
.11., i In the quiet of those woodtaad paths,
it?A . .' . Aud m theohady dell. , If .
I 5 And their silence with a holy awe
, , , Pills the rebellious bleast,
; A , And seems to speak of higher themes
.... Than on the mirth have rest. , ,
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BILL 4, MITCHENER.-PUBLISLIERS.
tg -11 FRUGALITY, REGULARITY, SIMPLI
-, ) . CITY. -
sac 1 I have been sometimes amused .- not to say
'ot instructedby siteple yet rational management
, k; , i - '. of a German family in one of our large cities.
-: i Though tuey move in the first society, they are
.- ' 4. nevertheless, very poor and obliged to econos
'7 "- mize more closely than altnost any family I
'' ' have been acquatnted with. They occupy one
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! --, , t SOtteiOUS room and a chamber in the suburbs of
.,- ' ,,,, - the city, and sho does the work of herself, hus
r ' :' ''i band, and an adopted daughterbesides great.
'', ''t, .1y aiding her husband in his literary labors.
',','1, ' i'. She always seems to have time enough wheth
1' i t er it be to assist Mr. A. to pursue the newest
.1 ' ,4,"1, work on. plitiosophy or morals, or to give or re
s''. : ''',''i:.'') ceive visits. Yet they live neatly and comfor
, ' ;.,c,7 table ond happy , on less, I presume, from ap,-
pearances, titan $400 a year.
, -' I will.give you a specimen of, their manages
',!. , .1,- silents fur one day ; and it may serve as a fair
11 '''''' Ppeeimen for their general mode of living.
; 'I'hey rise at four.. Devotioral exercises takes
1 -, up the time tili five. Then Mrs. A. "puts
! 4. ,! ', things to rights, find afterwards prepares break
'. ' fest : Mr A. in the tneantime being engaged in
, -r-4,'''.., somp of his profounder studies. l'lley breaks
"li. 't fast exactly at six. Their breakfast consists in
0 r the winter, of a loaf of bread and some implee
; ,,i, ur a newly baked Indian cake, or a bowl of peas
: : .1 er bean!, or a pea soup. or a platter ef rice : se!
: !'' ,- dom but one at a time. 'fluty have Water on
! '',.t the tabie but rarely need any; and they tiev
' ',-' ' er tiee'aily other drink, except occasionally a
f , .1. little milk. They spend in eatirig their simply
, 4 ,1; breakfast 'about fifteen minutes. This is not
' A ' Jong time enough, to be sure : but it is all they
, , ' seein willing to atibrd. As they use but one
! ' sort of food at meal end require but one set of
I piates, the washing and clearing of dishes is
i , - disposed of awl the noose clean at seven.
i - "' ' Then COMO? a long tbrenoort for study and
' , labor, though, when the weather is tolerable,
t it is frequently broken, about in the middle by
' n want or. videusually the former. Some
, .' - tithes. too they are interrupted more or less by
, .,."'s calis, .
..) -''' . . At eleven, Mrt. A. pits on some potatoes to
boil, and then resumes her work. At tweive,
,..k. or whenever the potatoes are tiolled, Mary, her
ti - , adobted daughter, spreads a neat cloth over the
I jt table, sets on the dish of potetoes, the bread and
. ' the pitcher of water. , und some tumblers and
.,, ; , informs her mother that dinner is ready. With
. .-, .,, their plain dinner, and pleasant conversation,
they pass hull ail hour, anti even more, some
., - times Petting till one o'clock ,especially it they
r had company. If the most illustrious visitors
,,, ere preaent, tiany add nothing to the bread and
lie fotatoes, or whetever plain dishes they happen
' , to hsve On Ike table, except perhaps Nome ono
, .- kind of the best fruit of the season; and they ne
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-; - ver make arty apoligies. 1
',t The afternoor. is ofient partly in study, reify
. - ',. . in visiting and receiving visits, and partly ill
S , . free conversation, io amuseinent of mom sort
" -4, and in light reading, ,Supper consists usually,
' t --4-4.---.of P01.118 sort or other, as pea soup, beer soup
. ''' .ft a fdraign dish, &c It is oath breakfast or din
:, . ,,- tier, but not as often ,varied. They also retire
:- ' at a before 9. o'clockfrecm.ently at 8. You
. would he delighted with this simplicity, til
, tsough yoo mtght not like to imitate it. And
I - vet many a famitý, who live on the more tost
iy viands,' wo.tid be gainers. infinitely so even
1) iit physical enjoyment,coeld they exchange both
tables and appetiteir with A. and hi ilimily.
They itavd business enougn, study eneugh, re;
creation enough; society --sm! or the most rerm
4 ed society, too, notwithstanding, known plain
i , ' nessPleisure enough, rooms, tbrnitture and o
f ', quipage servents they want noneand food &
, 1. clothing enough. What more do they want 1
I do giVe this as a specimen of the best man
.,..:' ,.! nor of living. tut merely as one instance pf bap
,,,.v. piness united with iiimpLicity; Ways of Liv
, , , , mg on StnitLI Meansk -
U. S. Army. The army of the
United &ales at pr sent ()mounts to
12.577 men, via: General Statr57,
' Medical Departmont 83, Pay Depart
itEnent 19, Porchaaina Department 3,
ðCorps of Engineers 43. Corps of Teio
,.0,' ogrrphical Enginbera 36, Ordain:8 De
partnient 322.two'ragimente of Infantry
l 7106.. The totaintimber of the militia
- in t e United States is computed at
Wed Point.--it wart staled, at the
!6 late examination he West Point, that
611tree hundred ,idlicers, nearely. ail
or, graduated of this ' institution, had re.,
zr-1. wigned since the commencement of the
war." The graduates or many
. .,of them, also abaddon the profession AA
a soldier, the moment thirteen obtain
some other employment, , which they
From the Democratic Review.
A TROIS STORY BY À WORKING BIAN,
John Brown wns the son of a poor
but honest laboring man, will at the
tme of hie birth, lived in the great street
called the Bowery, the cittv or N. Y.
and who, notwithetan.ding his wages
had never risen above seventy-five eta.
a day,. good .hiti d money. had monaged
to buy a lot and build a comfortable two
story house on it, by the savings of his
labor; lie was e very honeet, prudeut,
religiourmnn, and prdmiesd on the old
maxim of alwItys "awving something for
a rain, day"
CANAL DOVER, TUSOARAWAS. COUNTY,' (OHIO) JULV,31,, 1540:
had borrowed. so !Much money of the
Banks,that be had enough to do to take
up his notes, and so he put him off for
that timewith promises, Joon did hot
much like Me, but ea his Wages were
regularly rising, he thought he could get
along well enough for the prebent.
The wire wee a notable woman, as
times go, though sho would be urging
him on, every now and then, into little
expenses which might have been let rt.;
lone,because,as she said,he could afford
it,his wages being so bigh,Szfevery nciw
and tben getting a peg higher. But the
old mull-hook his head wheteve" he
saw any new-finery about the lintise,tind
he was always telling 'John' 'ite might
, : .
John's fether had a good number all ... ay,
Like most hard working people, , ,
better bay somettnig for a rainy d '
1 'There's a spell in every echo there,
For Cod doth seem to dwell By degreeei'ailahe Banks-multiplied,
children, all or which be and his' wife, and hard money . disappearest -to make:
r In the quiet of those woodtaed paths,
nianaged to bring 'up -in a .'respectable rilom -for the' Shin Piasters; as old '
-1. , . And to the4shady dell. , .r . .
manner. By.the time the boys were'. Brown always ealled;them, the coet of
i 5 And their silence with a holy awe ' ten or twelve yeers old, they ceased to i
edpporting a growing family, gradually
' and the increesed, far beyond the nee of wages;
'- ' Fills the rebellious lamest, be a burthen on the old man,
A , And seems to speak of higher themes
girls could do a hundred useful things, flour and beef, and every necessary of
, Than on the mirth have rest. ,, , .
when they:grew as high as the table. life became so dear,that John evstry,da.ye
poorer and poorer tit
ways neat and clean, and everything
et e o I e house as nice es a fiddle.
I"! higher his wages rose. It was hard
work to make both ends meet, and he
:- . Thwerah'ettrea meth! nintheiveetryhibelmoses.r;i1tItin-e Somehow or other the family were als : fourid himself
1,.. The wood, the streantlet, and the flower, .
d f h
is mysteries reveal ,,. .
!'t -----:;....--- People often wondered how John's fate ' pometimes muetered courage to dun the
A er could do all these things with. seventy , Boss, who was so buey, borrowing mon
FRUGALITY, REGULARITY, SIMPLI
- five cents a day. But the old man was , ey of the Banke, and buying lots on
1 I have been sometimes amesed . not to say industrioue, his wife a prudent body, ape'culation that, though every body
:1)1, instructed-by sitnele yet rational management that never went to aboliti - - a d b ' 1 ' h 1
on meeting, & al e was immense y ric , le never
, '' of a German family in one of our large cities. ,,. .
Though tuey move in the first society, they are r rovidence always takes good care cf : could find it convenient to pay his debt
4,. nevertheless, very poor and obliged to econos auch honest. people. Yor my part, j and was eo harrassed for money, that
4'. mize more closely than almost any familY I hardly ever saw the world or fortune he hardly knew which wayto turn lums
ui, have been acquainted with. They occupy one. ever turn their backs upon those who, self.
us room and a chamber in the suburbs of
deservin of t ei o
g h r g od offices. At the end ofthe second year of his
,,, - The city, and sho does the work of herself, hus
I band, and an adopted daughter-besides great.. At the time of John's birth, . there' marriage, the landlord came roudd and
,,,, .ly aiding her husband. in his literary labors. were no public schools, where people gave him warning that be 'was going to
i': She always seems to have time enough wheth- could eend thee' children for no h' raise his rent filly per cent. as property
;., er it be to assist Mr. A. to pursue the newest
d b 1
art e I tanked for it beindes; but somes was getting to be so immensely valuable
,4,'1', work on. philosophy or morals, or to give or re ,
'''',1 ceive visits. Yet they live neatly and comfor- now or other, net only John, but au his all over town. John scoured the neigh
'''T table ond happy , on less, I presume, from ap- brothers and sisters, were either taught, borhood far and near to find a cheaper
, pearances, than $400 a year. er encouraged to teach themselves, to house, but it was every where the
I will.give you a specimen of, their manage. read and w i d
ri e, an catit up a sue it. mime. ew an e were c ar tore ev.
ir h i N B k h d
. silents for one day ; and it may serve as a fair ,
ppeeimen for their general mode of living. 1
I e accquitte as they had occasinn to pay ery eeseion of .the Legislaturess-paper
They rise at four.. Devotioral exercises takes or receive, I hied in. their neigbore maneY increased to such an extent that
- up the time tilt five. Then Mill. A. "puts hood, knew them all; and I must say, it became almost worth nothing; ever)
things to rights," find afterwards prepares break I believe they were as honest, as wise body, except poor laboring men, could
fast : Mr. A. in the meantime being engaged in
.A k. and as happy as most of their betters, get am much as they asked for, and
- , tromp of his profounder studies. Tkey brea
t!' fast exactly at six. Their breakfast consists in as thee are called, who take such tnigiP though his wages were somewhat din
the winter, of a loaf of bread and some tippleo ty airs On themeelves. creased, John fotind to his cost, that the
4 or a newly baked Indian cake, or a bowl of peas John grew up, like all the rest of the 'prices of every thing else increased
,1 or beanp, or a pea soup. or a platter Office : set p , . , ,
amity, in me paths of industry, mins much faster than hie wages. Though
,,,, dom but one at a time. They have Water on
!..s the tatite but rarely need any; and they nee omy, and sobnety, until he was old a. he earned half a dollar a tiny more than
''' ' er eels' ally other drink, except occasionally a nough to be apprenticed to a trade, he did a year or two before, the differ.
Mlle milk. They spend in eatirig their simply when there was great debate and con- ence in the rent of hie house come to
breekfast 'about fifteen minutes. This is not sultation about the TI - d
matter. le goo more than the difference of hie wages,
long time enough, to be sure : but it is all they woMen wanted k:m to he n bileksmith, and the rise in the price of all the nee.
' seem willing to allbrel. As they use but one
' sort ot food at meal end require but one set of because ehe 'said, Tubel , Cain Wit's of eseariee of life was Just so much money
, piates, the washing and clearing of dishes is that business, according to Scriptures; out of hie pocket.
- disposed of and tite house clean at seven. while the old man, who had a mighty John came home one day after was
, ' Then COMOR a long fbrenoort for study and veneration for thegreat Franklin, Wag ling the better part of a whoie week in
labor, though, when the weather is tolerable,
it in frequently broken, about in the middle by for makin,g a printer of him ,and John lookiegout for a cheaper house. and
n want or. ride-usually the former. Some- like a pod lad, resolved to do as his pa aid to his wife: Wife, we must cut our
.- tittles. too they are interrupted more or less by rents wiphed. l'he thing wail to decide cloth, Snd haul in our horns a little.'
.."; cabs. . between the two,. which eas donein th; rileul in a fiddlestiok,' replied she,
, At eleven, Mrt. A. pets on some potatoes to
boil, and then resumes her work. At twelve, simplest possible manner, hy each one ,.,
'there is Tom Green over the way, who
, .. or whenever the potatoes are honed, Mary, her insieting upon yielding to the other, in-' dun I, earn as much as you, by two shit
... adobted daughter, spreads a neat cloth over the stead of standieg out Obstinately tot lingst a day lives in a better house, tine
table, sets on the dish of ticaptoes, the bread and .- - , A d o th w 'd 1 h 't h I
mem own opinloyig.. 1 hie le the II"! pen m re an e rt. a an au
the pitcher of water. und some tumblers and
informs her mother that dinner is ready. With way I know of to settle such mattere,a. 'a al borne, I promiee yob.. I have
... their plain dinner and pleasant conversation, I remember to have heard my grand- heen used to live in a certain etyle,,and
they pass half ail bour, atol even more, 80I110 mother pay, who was A very cute wo- ball continue to do so, ail long as you
times petting till one o'clock ,especially it they man, and always bad her own w;ty, by can earn two dollars &it half a day,as U
had company. If the most illustrious visitors ,
giving into the wishes of the old man, do now. It was in va;n John told. her
ere present, nifty add nothing to the bread and
indatoes, Or whetever plain dishes theY 'wipe!' who was so wilful, that he oould not tbat two dollars and a half of paper mon
to hsve On the table, except perhaps Nome ono betii to do BS he pleased, without a little ey, was not equal to half that sum, in
., , kind of the best fruit of the season; and they ne- c ntrad ction. , old times, hard cash; and 'while they
ver make ady apoligies. ,
Be this as. it 1 b d th t
may, 1 so appene . a were dieputing; the old men. happening
The afternoor. is ppent partly in stuly, !tardy Jon, was at la , to come in,1110 flower was refered to his
st apprenticed to the prin.
. in visiting. and receiving visits, and partly in . .
, free conversation, io amusetnetit of mom sort ting bueiness, where he served out ins. (icemen. 'John,' said he,4beta are of the
' and in light reading.. ,Sueeer consists usually, lune honestly and faithfully nnd WRS all.' templatione of &Aim Mestere. I've' got
-4.;;--.of POine eon or other, as pea soup, beer soup- terwards employed by hie Boss ae a a great pocket book full of contineotal
.,,) a fdraign dish, &e. It is oath tireakfast or din mnney, the earnings ofenme of the best
journey man for several. years, durinil
,.- iter, but not as onen ,veried. They also retire o,k , , ', '
' at a before 9. o'clock-freqUently at 8. You -"I" Or" ea greatly improved hie years of my.lite, which when I was star
would he delighted with this simplicity, al- mind by reading the books. which be iing, would not rrocure me R louf of
, ttough you mtght not like to imitate it. And printed, di odd hours, when he had web bread. Beware, I say of Shin Plasters,
' vet many a famitý, who live on the more test tog else to do. Ile managed. also to and always take care to lay up tone
ly viands,' wobld be gainers. infinitely so even s ve a th f
a ome mg rom hie wages, wh .
ich thing for a rainy dar'
iii physical enjoyment,eneld they exchange both
tables and appetiteir with A. and hi ilitnily. ' ho offered to his fa her; but .the old man 4A ftddie stick for rainy days,' said
They Itavrt business enougn, study eneugh, re; refused to take a penny. telling JOlin he the wife; 'rainy days will take care Of
creation enough; society --sm! or the most rerm did not remit, 'for his bad need some' s themselves, as well as eun shiny ones'
ed society, too, notwithstanding, khown plain- thin t
E or a rainy &iv John therefore 'Daughter,' 'quoit) old Brown, "take
ness-sleisure enough, rooms, thrnitture and e- , f ...': I .
. quipage- seritints they want none-and food & Ie."1"9 "ttle pavinge in the bands of his care you don't lie out of doore eome
1. clothing eneugh. What more do they want I employer, for people were not so much fairly day.'
I do giVe this as a specimen of the best man- afraid of fruiting obis '. another at that '- .T.ha ahart and the long of the húsi
,, nor of living. tut merely as one Melones of bap time as they ere nowea-daye. ,. - nces was, that John was fain to take the
.v. piness united with iiimpficity; -Ways of Liv. About this time it coma to pass tbat house another year at the new- rent, and
oig on Sintql Mearisk
4. '' Banks begnn to increase and multiply old Brown becernehissecOrity fer the
U. S. Arrny..-e The army of the all over the land; and as paper money payment. 'rho year w' ent round; 'John
United &ales at , pr sent ()mounts to grew. plenty die prices of everything be, worked and slaved harder than ever; and
!: 12577 men, via: General Stall-57, gen. to ri.e,not because they were worth thoughles earnings etill increased,' he
:, Medical Department 83,, Pay Deport- more,but becaese money was worth resit. found the prices of every thing increase
.;1 still rotifer, so that hie rent continued to
' trent 19, Purchasing Department 3,
' '',; Corps of Engineere 43. Corps of Toias with,
) People began to borrow money to trade ,
and an increase oe business get behind hand, and at the end. of the
,'14,,. oguphical Enginbera 36 Ordance De- brought'about a new demand for labor, year, six months remained due.. The
:' " I t 322,Iwo régiments of Infantry
, par nien which produeed an increase of wnges, landlord insisted on oeing paid, as he
'4, 7106 , The totainnmber of the militia eo that thoee'who had before only re. had a right to do, for ,landlorde have'
1!" h U 't d Staie is co.mpuled at
. In t e in e eeived event), five cents, or at most a their debts topay as well as tenants and'
,-,,, about 1,400,000. -s-,. dollar a day, in linrd meney,' now got finally old Brown was obliged to ad,.
e one third, or one half more. and some. vance the money,. for the Boss wee nOW 1
Woe Point.--4, wit, staled, at the times doeble in piper. John was dee richer end more in want of cash then
' '.0 late examination at West Point, Jbet lighted with thie, but old Brown shook ever. John dunned him hard thietimet 1
o'three hundred-4)&0re, nearely all his headoind was the first to iive these but received a pretty broad hint abootl
;.4,., . graduated of this P institution, had re. Bank Bills the name of &Shin Plasters.' being discharged, that shut. his intiuth
,L,e'eigned since the Commencement of the . John wile 'tow of an age, when young rat that tirna. 13. 90Ple thai Pail tha 14-
'-.Tiorida war." The graduates or many felloes.generally think o! settling them Per for others to,Oance have a right . to
',of them, aloe abaddon the proleesion AA selves in the'world, and laving not one give them goodadvice, and old Brown,
:1, a soldier, the moment they can obtain ly a little cash in the hands of his Bose, Se be launchertput his cash for the rent,,
,.' . some other empleyment, , which they i but being encouraged in the rise of his took tba liberty of saying: 'Jobe, den
k'.. prefer; Thus the:country derives bur, wages made his bow to-a clever Jersey forget what.' have ofiln told you.',41:
vi little advantage (roil) the immence yeary.: woman of his own condition itt life, got ways cut your coat according 'to :your.
. ly expensea.4ttending this estalnishment I married and settled himeelf. down on a cloth, and lay up something for a, rainy
, .. , It veeineto have become :, merely a eneg little place in the neighborhood. of da3',," . .. ' 1- . ' s, - - '-- '
- ''''''contrivóanee; by' tick ceitain pennies his tither. As this.ledbim into some , John shrugged his elioulders, and
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she was watching Tom . Green- 's -wired as Job's l'orkei the day after.- The coirld find neither occOpation nor bread.- - ,
who was just going io tale a ride out to I Banks had tent out so much paper mon.1 , It did not ties to be so in the good old!
Harlem in a i errey waggon, ; , -.
The landlord this year clapped fitty
. ey that they vtere over head and ears in bard nioneytimea, when every thing
debt therneWves Every body owed went ou es regular as clock work, and .
dollars more rent on the twee,. anti old them and-they need every body. . So any Man of good common tense could,i- .
Brown again stood eacurity,for .1 will they stopped payment in order that they look a little shod with Nome degree' Of '''
tell you a secret..--Though he. oontinu- might have leisure to make other people certainty. :,- l'o my , mind Sholle wet"
ed to talkas he ueed :Ics do, from the pay. As all the thonev, had,' for some much better stimes , than 1 he prescnt
Mereforce of heti hebegen to act dif- years past come from- ite benke, and Then, any hilliest, prueent, induetrioua
-kioatly, from be force of example, See herd dalers were' as scarce ea flOWer8 laboring'msn,could live in 'smell bouse
ing every bodyielling their property for m winter. when they stopped peytnent, by himselfrwhich though email,- 'was .
three or four times what it would Alava every body followed their ;,exemple, for large enough for his purpose', and the !
brought before paper money became so as they lived by borrowing. they went rent of which wee so cheep, that it cane,. -.,
plenty, and 'peculating, end growing so to the dogs when they could borrow no within the'compase of his roetios,. ins
itich that they all eel up their tatriages, more. , stied of being huddled together three or -,.
and visited Saratoga. Springs and the But though the Banks had etopped,as foie families in one hour's, or one room.
falls of Niagara, the old man began to they staid, falba safety ot the. commit. like poor John'Brown, with a pareel of
feel suCh tititching to hive, a finger in tiny, and would pay nobody, they took strangers, etnong.filtb and all sorts ef .
the pie,. shit he could...11,11'dt,- keer bie good care to make every body pav them wickeOness, .Tlien therla04,1whrott.jbe,
hands'imikof it; , Every day he savi.bie to the last farthing., Old Daddy brown'
neighbors ielling their little houses for was one of those unfortunate- people. for a ;Ian could in his youth pave enoughl
great toe:billed eittes-Wier,,cheati. ,-end
the price of hig ones, and buying whole he had as I said before. joiped Tom to buy a lot, and 'build himeelf a hone
equares out of town with the money, or' Green in giving his notes to Tom's thereon; but in these paper mores Moe
rather on credit which old Brown,by de Bank, for the residue of the purchase forsooth, every foot of lend that, can be
greet' began 4 think was much better money of the great swamp which now seen from the top of a elecOler le held
than cutting'the coat according the e. loth proved a Dienial towampto him,for Tom
end saving sometning tor ., a rain7 day. had failed' as they say without paying 1 paper dollars, and epeculatura lova .
i to be worth es much as will ewer it with ,i.
He wee offered- such 'à price tor. hie anybody a doilar, Nobody knew where' such prices for iybat they cant ot afford .
house and lot. arrtnado hit, hair stand be hed got hie monetiondnobody could to build any but fine three story hoopes,
on anti fairly turned histbraine. In fine tell what had become of il; The Bank only fit for rich peeple to live iii; and so
such is the,difficulty of resieting the ex- I called on Daddy, or Squire Brown, as the poor are &teen for refuge into hovels
ample of ail around wit that in an evil , he was called', tor Ihe PaYmeot of hie and cellars, where they may die colliers
hour be disposed of his property to Tom notes, and the old man applied to the di- able for want of pure air and wholes
Greet), who'nobody knew how, had all ' rectors to lend him motey or tenon,' his some food. ,
at once got possession of I don't know office?'
both or which they declined He
, eow n uch property, and ;ode in a coach. than, theugh it almost b okethis heart to Winter n-ow set in. and' a bard wititer it War;
, witb gold mounted harness, The, se- pert with tau& a glorious epeculation, eemsacernievie jinni cdliy litafeicdro matiiiii.ziarnetgabo.wl oil tihihlieuFe. reeloilie re neftrtwi p 1 fot?;i
and 'obeli, and hie.
(let was OA he had heconte a Bank di- offered to give up tne great sa amp if they wredlied family could only keep themselves
irector, and Manufactured his OWn InOn would square accounts with him, upon from freezing, by huddling together at night
' ey out of within' g. He paid the old man. which they trough d il) hie face, end told with the rest et. his "Mill ITIMMI.
, in Bank notis,' for be had got -over his ,him his great swamp was a great lie could on,
those who had emplo)ed him hod Mopped their
ham ty get a little work now and then. fornoist or
dialike to ,Shin Plastersetut 'the mo- bug., business, because the geniis could not lend any
, ment he gotIlt, he felt.,it ae it Were burs - . Poor Squire BrOWO Wa8 in a clueadaso more money, and others would give the poor 1,,,
ning his findsrs. )..; ,. ',, --,:-:- i y forjtist shout this time the corporas
What tollo'with it be' did not know. lion demanded payment for ;two year., fay
mpre work, because they were as they said, in .
xi' of.lhe godveirinment thtadt htad óbrvoitnigcleit atbhoo::it
He had becOrnit suddenly as mad as hi taxes end ' eeeessmenta on the great !lift etshelry le: r' earns bty
, neighbors. I Tom Green became his ore ewamp, which being valued at two hunt not listen to reason. One by elm i
se&fwertlinnge, sillye "the would
acle and adslier, for I have film obser dred thousand dollars, they amotuded to
, ved that a sticceserul blockhead always a swinging sum. Squire. Brown watt OneS died for want of skelter. and the COMMOn
nbeceststardiltotft lihfei,nforbeitotehrn iiiittaisestontliplarouwiloutido
passes for 4 SolOmoll. . Ile had talked now between hawk end buzzard, and
of nothing ,hut great speculations, and 'the tiphot of the businesti was, that the most glad vshen he saw them close their eyes i9
beagv'e enut him the quick, )et 1104 he wail sh,
was at lasOersuaded by Tom Green to great ewento wee put up at auction,
' go halvet with him in purchasing a not bruiging enough to pay the taxes, burdens of his ilfe It iP lima that extreme rev
and death, because it was so much taken finm the
great swamp, about, five. milea out of the corporation sued him for the'remain emrtyttaertleernitiintnhme.lie.art, and wealiens all the do,
' Town, !or tie first payment of which he der, eo that of all his mighty speculation 4 me eniii stormy day, when the north.rnet
, parted ill! oil his money sod.. for the nothing remained but a debt which.. he wind blew a gale, Fuld the driving,sleet (loam,'
retnamder ,iiiired witivTom re Isistrim,- could nOt pay. ' - is the trees and htelses with ice' Burl Vie sir, ,,,C.
, Jag se408,bre. The ,,,,,,,mp being val. The old man had dreamed he .waa vsfer(o). sliptphery ahstsglast:ii,mitiotmwtetnete7fr th louts eostin-rli
, ued at two hundred thbusand dollemold rich, sod now wtked up a beggar. , Pe (:rinSgInfo"rio)netndAN:elft 1Pfl,1 not he. PILO . Lome
, Brown now coneidered himself worth et WRS turned out of house end home, wife with empty hands and empty I rickets WM .to,
, leaet a hundred thoueand, which fiitind children and all; and though. John wto the skin, slot succoring with cold. Thot nicht
' him about ris well as a shirt. does a almost as badly otitis hiensetit he took he laid hitnaaljijendintiwienirbitid,eZdnit,1"1,),d nnebT,"r,
icion) stick, He went about with his him in, that, as he said they might all A
ant il 7 nafiastrfia short struggle, he yielded hisimbreoth
hairdo in hie breeches potkets, talked of starve together. John's Boss bad to Mm by whom it wns given. The Iasi worde
nothing end . thought of nothing but gone the way 'of all flesb in throe tones, that he ever apoketo his wife, were, "Met,'
. great speculations, and if any body had for hist epeculatione had all failed with
offered to sell him a tract of land. in ' the the failure of the Henke, and John's mon to God that we had cut our eoto nem..
ding to our clothotnd eaved snmething
moon, he would have caught at it to . a erwent with the reel, for ell his proper. for a rainy dny ' Hisowife for once It .
certainty. 'There never were two.men ty bad been pledged in payment of his greed w,ith him, and replied, 'I wish :tcv
go unlike 86 Peter Brown the Shoerna- note& The workmen were discharged,
ker, and Peter Brown the speculator; and John could find no employment else '.Thopgh but w poor jo
.1Ieaven we had, John '
He began to be ashamed of his-son whe. re: Every thing was at a stand ex. ter, and a still peiirer scritte. I have
Joon's being a Out neyman printer, and cept that peoplb must eat and drink, and written this story, wIiich is all trne as
reaelved in his own mind to make a gen are just as hungry whew.they CaU find the Gospel, to show to air my fellow,
lemau of him as eriou,as hehad . realis no work ee in the best of times. - .workingmen the mischiefs and ,deluside
zedI believe that ie the . wordhie , Squire Brown never ' recovered . the' of Banks and paper.money, and the fols
great epeculation in theawamO. -.John's 'shock fifth failure of,his'great spew. Iv of net saving- something for a rainy
wife also began to be in the fidgets at lation, for be was too old to bep the day, ea old Brown titled to eny, before
fleeing Tom Gieen's !tidy 40 non It a werld again, and whint.he sew the mis. be turned speiulator. People that tbrive
dash,and was always dinning in his ears ery all around him, and how John every by Banke, end grow rich at the expense
how shameful it was for the son 'Jewell day came home, sometimee without fin, et- the poor laborers, may telk am meek
a rich men. to be printing Bibles. ding work, end always with less than e- as they please', ehOtit all their dietreee
. But old squire Hrown, 64 the neigh. nough to supply the COMMOrl wants of ea being owing tro the Democratic,Ad.
bore now called ban, like John's Beet.), nature, his heart sunk within him, and ministration, but we poor men ought to
though a mighty rich man. had special in a little ivitle he pined himself away, know better. We cruet to see; for it is
little mercy, end in fact WaS as poor as and died miStrably. Hie last words, as ;leer as the sun, that all the eVila we
At the end of the second year of his !lector, and Manufactured his own mon. yi.0.-u'ide-riube.t:e accounts with him, upon from freezing:I;y 11;;;Iditei toierther Ill flight
marriage, the landlord came round and ' ey out of writhing. He paid the old man. which they tRughed in his face, end told with th rest cif hill "H"Ti Inn"' lie could on,
ly get a little work now and then, for mein of
gave him warning that be 'was going to in Bank notes,' for be bad got -over his -him his great swamp Ives a great. bum.
raise his rent filly per cent. as property dialike to ,"Shin Plastersetut 'the mei- bug.. ; business, because the ganks could not lend any
those who had emplo)ed him had stopped their
was getting to be so immensely valuable mem he got 'it, he felt;i1 ae it were bur. .. Poor Squire Brown was in a quandae more money, and others would give the poor I,,,
were as they said, in
all over town. John scoured the neigh ning hi finders. ); . ',-- - --,:..:- ' ry forjúst shout this time the corpora.
borhood far and near to find a cheaper What tollo'with it he' did not know. tion detnanded payment for ;two year., flair 3 r o f. 1 h e gnodv etirine m ewniti nt hteadt htoa dr obnrvni int gc lei t albh op:: it
mpre work, because they
house, . but it was every where the He had becOrna suddenly as mad as his taxes and ' asieessments on the great to'retshelrviesr'roars by snYffering, since they would
time. New Banks were chartered ev. neighbors. I Tom Green became his ore swamp, which being valued at two hum not listen to reason. One by elm Jiihns little
ery seseion 'of jhe Legislaturespaper acle and adylier, for I have flee obser dred thousand dollars, they amnunted to of illtelter. and the COMMOn
money increased to such an extent that ved that a sticcesscul blockhead always a swinging sum. Squire. Brown wee necessaries of lihfc, farbeiotehn was tonoplarouwdoutido .
OneS died for want
it heeeme almost worth nolhing; every proses for a Solnmetl. ': Ile had talked now between hawk end buzzard, and bseet. nenutdhthino th'e quitekr, IT:let111'v he was al ..
body, except poor laboring men, could of nothing but great speculation', and 'the up.hot of the bueineeti was, that the most glad when he NSW them close their eyes its
get att much as they Belted for, and woe at last!pereuaded by Tom Green to great ewanip wee put up at auction,
burdens of his iife It iP Mita that extreme pity .
though his wages were somewhat din- go halves rill) him in purchasing a not brin.ging enough to pay the taxes,
and death, because it was so much taken Brim the
creased, John fotind to his cost, that the greet sworap, about five miles out of the corporation Feed him for the.remain estie 'Amino& ' r
erty hardens the heart, and wealiens all the do,
prices of :every thing else increased 7town, !or tie Net pakment of which he der, eo that of all his mighty ripee,ulation mono crud sternly day, when tile north.rast
much faster than hie wages. Thou'gn pRrted 0, 411 hit, money sod- for the nothing remained but a debt which.: be wind blew a gale, Fuld the dtivutg,slent coats,' :
- ?sr the trees and busses with ice' and. Vie stri ,,1: '
be earned half a dollar a day more than remainder ,i.dieed with-Tom iii taste:run,- could not pay. :
he did a year or two before, the darer. ing re;not.s.bie. The swemp being val. The old Man had dreamed he wasi tyfer:81terYals".4,4ðpTirmil),wretilintrhioll,";','..1'
ence in the rent of hie house come to ued at two hundred thOusand dollare.old rich, end now socked up a beggar. ., He N,i,:ietnre";0'netnd.o:ca.tteri,t. But he cniame . Lowe
more than the dilTerenee of his wages, Brown now coneidered himself worth el WRS turned out of bouee end home, wife with empty hands and empty I ockets Wfit to
and the rise in the price of all the new. leaet a hundred thoueand, which fiitind children and all; and though, John wto the skin, awl sinverinc with cold. That nicht
esearieo flirt) was just so much money him about as well as a ehirt. does a almost as badly otitis himself," he took
- am. Death laid his eold hand opon titm ,
out of hie pocket. hroom stick. He went about with his him in, that, as he said they might all A i
he laid himself down. in destini!, and oerer
I h I d 11. b I
John came home one day after was- Mode in hie breeches potkets, talked of starve together. John's Boss hae to Mm by whom it wns given. Tho lest word,
ann17 7ter a abort strum; e, e yie de is rein t
ling the better part of a whoie week in nothing and thought of nothing but gone the way 'of all flesb in theme tones.
lookingout for a cheaper house, and. great epeculations, end if any body had for hist epeculatione had all failed with to God that we had cut our eeto nem
Olaf he ever 'woken) his wife, were, "Wow,' ,
said to his wife: Wife, we must cut our offered to sell him a tract of land' in' the the failure of the Henke, and. John's mon ding to our clothoind eaved semething
cloth, tind haul in our horns a little.' moon, he wood have caught at it to . a er went with the reel, for all his proper. for n rainy (ley ' ., Ilitsewife for once .11 .
rilaul in a fiddlestiak,' replied she, certainty. 'There never were two.men ty bad been pledged in payment of his greed w,ith him, and repliec4 'I wtah :la
'there is Tom Green over the way, who so unlike 86 Peter Brown the Shoerna- note& 'The workmen were discharged, .
du'll'I, earn as much as you, by two shit. ker, and Peter Brown the speculator; and John cotild find no employment else ',,,Thoegh but w poor journeyman prine
Heaven we had, John '
tinge a. clay lives in a better house, and He began to be ashamed of his-son whe re: Every thing was at a stand ex. ter, and a still peiirer ecritre. I have
vend more than we do. I shan't haul Joon's being njout etyma printer, and cept that Peopla must eat and drink, and written this story, wItich is all trite ao
in my home, I promiea yob.. I have resolved in his own mind to make a ken ore just ee hungry whew.they can find the Gospel, to show to air my fellow-,
- workingmen the mischiefs and ,deluside
heen ueed to live in a certain etyle, end lemou of him as booties hehad reali- no work ev in the best of limes.
nail continue to do so, art long as you zedI believe that ie the , wordhie , Squire Brown never recovered . the' of Banks and paper.money, and the foto ,
can earn two dollars iSat half a day,as IJ great epeculation in the,swamO. -.John's shock of the failure of,bio'great &pews ly of net saving something for a rainy
do now. It was in van John told. her wife also began to be in the fidgets et lation, for be was too old to beg.m the day, ea old Brown teed to eay, before
',hat two dollars and a halforpaper mon seeing Tom Green's Indy .:eut sue. b a void again, and when.he sew the mitt. he turned speiulator. People that thrive
ey, was not equal to half that sum, in dash,and was always dinning in his ears erv all around Ilion and how John every by Barilte, end grow rich at the expense
old times, hard cash; end 'while they how shameful it was for the son of such dRy came home, sometimee without fin, of the poor laborers, may telk art meek
were titer:luting; the old men. happening a rich men:to be printing Bibles. ding work, end always with less than e- as they please., ehnet all their dietterre
to come moll noiner was refered to his . But old quire Brown, 64 the neigh. nough to eupply the common wants of ea being owing trk the Democratic,Ad.
tit within him,- and
(iceman. 'John,' eaid heobett are of the bore now called him, like John's Beet.), nature, his bettet htl minietration, but we pont men ought to
templationa of Shin Mestere. I've got though a mighty rich man. had seecial in a little ivitle he pined himself away, know better. We ouglit to see; for it is
a great pocket book full of contineotal little morey, end in foci WaS ae poor as and died miSerrably. Hie last words, as eleer es the sun, that all the eVila we
mnney, the earnings (datums of the hest a ra4; for the' swamp, though immonsely except a short prayer which he offered . rinw puffer, or may hereafter eodureare
years of mrlite, which when 1 WWI star valuable, as. every body. said, did not up for forgiveness, were: "John, loy i owing to the cruel pranks and graeping -
ting, would not procure me R lonf of bring him a penny a year. So far from son, never forget to cut your coat accor- avarice of the Banke;lbet one day cheat
bread. Bewate, I say of Shin Plasters, this, it was continuelly bringing bim in ding to your clotli, and lay up something tes with imaginary high wage el ! by a
flood of paper money, allure us into
and always take care to ley up tome. debt, for tuxes, assensments and tite for a rainy. day." .,
thing rot e rainy dar' Lord knowi whatfor I don't pretend To pay the expenses of the funeral, habits of extravagance, which beget a
. 'A ftddle stick for rainy days,' said to underatand these thinge, not I. For John watt Obliged to sell some of his fur. carelessness of the future, apd the next,
the wife; 'remy days will take care rif this teven, the old man.ip wealth was of niture, which the land:ord seeing, end' leave us high and dry ashore, like on
themeelves, as well -as eun shiny ones,' no service to.John, who could never get fearing he ehould. lose his rent, setied many wrecks titter a storm. It ie fr-om
'Daughter,' 'quell) old Brown, "take neything 'out of him, noteven one of hie on the rest and left them with nothing evile and temptations like theme, thnt
care' you don't lie out of doore eome old sayino,' iind the poor fellow continu but the bare walls; for like eirery body the Democratic Administration is now
mine day.' eð to !abet...incessantly, to r. matte both else, he was bard pushed.for money,and trying with all ite. might to relieve up, '
--. Tbe short and the long of the búsi. ends meet, while rhey grew farther than followed De old maxim, "that charitv and it is for this that those who wish to
nces was, that John was fain to take the eau from each other every day. lithe begins at home. The family could no live by the sweat ot the poor man's
house another year at the new- rent, and poor fellowthegan to fea his spirits flag, longer live together, and parted to tseelt brow, are etriving to cry down, end
old Brown becarmibis secarity fer the and his';streingth failing, ender present their fortunes.. through the wide world, trample underfoot, that they may ride
payment. Ithe year w' ent round; 'John totl endlutere hopeleseness, for though never to meet again.. What becathe of roughshod over us, and make Ger . fu..- ..
worked and slaved harder than ever; and a young man he had sense, enough Warn die elder ones, I never heard, but !lope' tore heel', end those of our children, the
though.lne earnings still increased,' he that it was Impossible for so Many peos Providence took care of them, for at that eptitt of unfeeling avarice, the Victims of
found the prices of every thing increase ple all to gtow rich .of a eudden; Miro time every body bad onough to. do to uopriocipled embitioo. Though trod. ' .
still rotifer, so that hie rent continued. to eo money made but al oothing would take care of themselves. ',. den under foot Inv these c privileged--
get behind hand, and at the end of the come to mottling at fast, and that tho old John tnok hie way with his wife and swindlere, we have yet a voice at &cc..
year, six months remained due.. The man was oily following a Jack &Ian. little children to look for a renting place lion!. There at least we gars Make our ,
landlord insisted on oeing paid, as he tern'itto a great owamp where be would which he sliest found: in a . Mien L.' pelves heard, .. and I beetech you, my -
had a right to do, fOr Iandlorde have stick list the few remainingyeare of his h '
ovel, where there were Ahree fam
r"?'" fellow eufferere, 'slyest value 3 our rights
their debts topay as well as ninants,and life., ,. ,- tk . . .. ,. . and happiness nee and forever,lo come.
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huddkd together, see corner in a f
1 milt ben ties time arriied,' and with
finally old Brown was obliged to að Paoplelikeold 'kelvin are generally dirt idle about Dean. fent .wit11
ranee the money,. for the Boss watt !IOW the leaflet be infected with any prevail.. was deter miller and vice and I i eturdy homely and determined heerte,
richer end more in want of cash than ink notione end if they fall into them at b yi . ., ere I summit
e was obliged to eave 'hie wire end your Siends at the beim in tteir
ever. John dunned him hard thietiine, all it is generelly only to become their children day aflet day, ' to'. 8.eek the i treneet endetaors to put down for ever a
but received a pretty broad hint aboot victims. They get hold of the fag end, mime of keeping them from" Marvin eyatem of crying Omni, . which Ins
being discharged, that shut. his inauth like those whwceme Iasi at a feast of It was seldom he, cetild find 'work. for; brought thousands of you to an eod like
for that tire. Teeple thai pay then pi- regues tit a tavern, get nething but the thousands of people had been ariven to that orpoor Jetta Browni : If yen -fa,her
per for others to,Oance have a right . to 'crumbs end aro left to pay all the reek- the city. trent all pdrt9 ot ' the country, tiow, yos aro los.fitsever. .. . e.,, :
give him gooðadvice, and old Brown, oning.'.-Just so it was with old Daddy hy. the great demand for laimr- created - ;, What tune is it, Tom!' .;'-,''.'. 'gA. 4. .7. '
as be launcherteut h:s cash for the rent,. Brown. Ile had come too late . to the by the immenee amount of paper more ,..,4
het time to pay, that ' Thaw aaount -
took tba liberty of saying: 'John, den fair: The play of , 'Robin's alive' wee. mY.. you owe me.' . '''' - ';','4.1,,-,..:;,',;le:i ,, ,
pul out by the bankR, which was e
forget what.' have dr told you.',A1:. jind at an end when Le joined it and the i nloyed in all soros of wild projects orbi h ' 'Oh, indeed; Itlid't think-10,4'144r .
ways cut your coat according 'to :your' fire wort out in his hand, hefore he had ' i 11 b - ' c ' ' I t I et b off' '' ' '''''' e-- 2 ' -
I the 11111100 0 the anks ad broterht to, so a e. mu, . e . .. , , !, -,., ,,. .
cloth, and lay up something for a, rainy I time to peas it to another.' . - . .
. I the round. .r.A great portion ol .thoee . STIcerarr IVItoes-, A ,man of 'stead. .
day." .' . .-''' ; ,,, .--- - '-- l''
,- -.. .., ,., 1 -To usere phrase which I he, lately ! who had thus loft their busieess at borne fast sipirit sh Id i b fr ' d b'
ou :no e a ette ygoed
John elsrtinesott hist ishilitlilcre -
, 1 - -.w r- www . -.iv, Verne itirt 'pint rtivuiu :poi De aliening oygond
,v-contrieaance; tick eeitain parson his lather. As thieJed him into 081 John ehrugged hie bhouldere, and , seen in4 the newepapere, the !bubble and flecked tev the city, were now wlib or badfortoce ex'cept ;to al, reeerni, -
, ere enabled to givetheir4 eerie a ezpense, he cdled On the Boss fir the looked reefully.at hie who mutter- bursq kad thooaanda of uln that wero out employmeni, atfd mewed of there be? like ?Niro which aso c.ont HI; thlk .1,91
-.education at the ptiblic expense. - 1 money he had in hie handei but tha Bose at la fiddle etick for rainy daye,' while mighty the day beforelwere as poor ill a demand for labor', the -laboLcr of the day, and. viarm ai6ilit ,,
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sy that they were over head and ears in ' bard metier timee, when every thing , . -'
debt themeelves Every body owed went ou es regular se clock work, and -
iiein and-they need every body. . So any Man of good common tense could ,e.. -
lie) stopped eaymetit in eider that they look a little shoed with Nome degree' a --
might have leisure to make other peopie certainty. To my , mind those were .
Day. As all the thoney.e, had,. for some much better Aimee then 1 hp prceent '
r ' ,
rears past come from' tte beetle, and Then any honest, prueent, Induetrious
hard doilare were as scarce as flowers laboring men,could live inkwell house .
In winter. when they stopped poyment, by himeele.which though email, -was . . , ;
seery body followed their example, for large enough for his purpose', and the .' . ,, . ,, ,.
18 theY lived by borrowing. they went rent of which was so cheep, that it cane,. -,-, e
to the dogs when they could borrow no within the'corripasie of his rnetios in; ..- 0 .' -
more. . - etied of being huddled together three or - ' ,
But though the Banks had etopped,ne foie families in one bowie, or one room. ' , 7-
liey reed, forthe ability ot the commie, like poor JobreBrown, with a 08'4)01 of
rely, and would pay nobody, they took strangers, itenong.filth end all serts cf .
good care to make every body pav them wickeOness, Th'en the Ine4,1 erbeet.'tha, ,,..- ' ,
to the last farthing.. Old Daddy brown' great totehilied cities-Wee che4;:--ende4-;-4 e. .:
was one of those unfortunate people, for a ;tan could in hie youth pave enough, -ii
he had as I said before. joiped Tom to buy a lot, and 'build himeelf a bowie' .,-
'Green in giving his notes to Tom's thereon; but in these paper money twee
Bank, for the residue of the purchase forsooth, every foot of lend that, can ee
money of the great swamp which now , been from the top of a oleePleo lo held .
proved a Dienial towanesto him,for Toml to be worth ee moch as will ewer it with ,44e. ..- -
had failed' es they say without peyibg 1 paper dollare, and epeculatr re give 'eet 4,
anybody a doilar, Nobody knew where' such prices for iyhat they cent ot afford . ' '
be hed got hie moneteandnobody could to build any but fine three story houres, ''' '
tell what had become of it; The Bank only fit for rich penple to live iti; ind so
called on Daddy, or Squire Brown, ae the poor are &teen for refuge into hovels ,,
he wait called, tor the payment of hie and create, where they may tile (weer. .
notes, and the old man applied to the di- able for want of pure air and whelee
rot:lore to lend him mceley or tenew his some food k .
'Meer both or which they declined He Winter riow set in. and' a bard wititer it was; 4
then, theugh it almost b kettle!) heart to especially for those without regular eniploy.
pert With euàh'.e glorious epeculation, earls.
ment and a comfortable home. The snow felt es ,
and laid a long while, and John', and bta
offered to give up tne greet sw amp if they wrelelied family could only keep themselves
lie cnuld on.
would square aceounte with him, upon from freezing, by huddling together at night
, which they leughed il) his face, end told with th rest clf hig rwm nmt"' .
Iti im his great swamp Wa8 a great bum- ly get a little work new and then, for teem rif
bug.. . those who had emplo)ed him hod etopped thine
business, because the flanks could suit lend any .
i y forjúst about this time the corpora.
. Poor Squire Brown wa8 in a (panda. more money, and others would give the poor ri,,
lion detnanded payment for ;two yearp' mpre work, because they were as they Feel, in .
flay 3 rof.lhe godveirnment that had ,brettglit about , :7
taxes end ' atieessmente on the greet tofietsheocirviesrr,oarn. bty Lyftw:inngte,d.tionceoentvitun,ce wtoh:lidi
swamp, which being valued at two hunt not listen to reason. One by elm JeL0 little ,
dred thousand dollars, they amontded to ..:
a swinging sum. Squire. Brown wee ones died for want of shelter. and the COlettion ,
now between hawk end buzzard, and tnecessarairhofelhife, for John WaS too proud to
better titnee, this would ,,:;4::11,-;
ragv'e nenut-h-imcdirio-tihne quick, )et now be WOO al..
the upthot of the bueinee was, that the most glad vshen he saw them drew their eyes iu ..,,,,prk,A.,..;
great is want!) wee put up at auction, and death, because it was so tench taken firm, the
not bringing enough to pay the taxes, mutable fife It iP thin that extreme pier , .
erty hardens. the heart, and weakens all the do, ,
the corporation Peed him for the'remain turd
mestie afiections. ' r Iv ; I
der, po that of all his mighty speculation (tea crud stermy day, when tile no-th.reet
nnthing remairied but a debt which. he wind blew a gale, end the drivtug,elent coat9,' - '' --
could not pay. - - ;et the tree.) and hwists with iee' and. Vie sin ,,,1:. . ,,. '--A :?,-
Tee vid men had dreamed he .was vv,ere slippery as glast,,Jebu went foith hi awe, li ,, ,,
rich, and now welted up a beggar. . 110 A '
01 O0101, jell to keep him from freezing Or rator ' , . ' I
' - ving, for ono ev at Iraq. But he ceme . 'IWO
WAS turned out of houne end howli, wile with empty bands end empty I ockets wet tu .
children and all; and though, John wte the skin, awl seeverine with cold. That nicht , .
almost as badly otitis hiensoit,: he laid himeebil drn inw &spoilt, end never
him so, that, es he said they ,might all 87; 'aTtaeirfir; shoretnistiruing4lelel 1:043yidieltdd hleimhnreell'int't .-- '--- '---
starve together. John's Boss bee to Mm by whom it wns given. Tho lest word,'
gone the way 'crf all flesh in theme tunes, het he ever apoketo his wife, were, "Mut') ,- .
ror hist ppeculatione had all failed with to God that we had cut our emit nem..
the failure of the Henke, end John's mon ding to our clothoind paved semething
er went with the reel, for all his proper. for e rainy dny ' . Ifisawife for once .8 .
ty bad been pledged. in payment of his greed w,ith him and replied, 'I wieh to
note& The workmen were discharged, Ileaven we had', John ' .
,,,Thotigh but le poor journeymen prin
and John could find no employment else
where: Every thing waa al a Bland ex. lee, and a still po-Orer kern's. I have
writteh this story, Which is ell tuts ao
cept that people must eat and drink, and
are just as hungry whew.they CaU find the Gospel, to show to air my fellow-,
no work ee in the hist of times. - workingmen the mischiefs end ,deluside .
of Banks and papeemoney, and the fol. ,
. Squire Brown never recovered . the'
shock of the failure of,biegreat &pew. le of net saving something for a rainy
day, ea old Brown used to eay, before .
lation, for be was too old to begp the
he turned speittlator. People that thrive
werld again, and when.he sew the mitt. 'e ,
I cry all around him, and how John every by Melte, end grow ricb at the expense . ;.
poor laborers. may telk am meek
day came home, sometimee without file t'f tha .
ding work, end always with less than e- as they please., ebOut all their dietrepe- '
nough to peep!), the COMMOrl wants of en being owing 2k,
nature, his beaa emit within him, e and te, the Democratic,Ad
ministration, but we ponr men ought to ,
iti a little teltte he pined himself away, know better. We ouglit to see; for it is
and died mieerrably. Ilia last words, as eleer as the sun, that all the ev- Hs ova .,
nOW Puffer. or may hereafter eedureare ...,
except a short prayer which he offered , ri i e
lay i owing to the cruel pranks add peeping 4, .
up for forgiveness, were: "John,
avarice of the Bankp,.thet one day cheat k ,
son, never forget to cut your coat aceor- .
ding to your cloill, and lay up something tes with imaginary high wage el ! by a .. ,
for a rainy. der ,
To pay the expenses of the funeral,
' flood of paper money, allure us into
habits of extravagance, which beget . a ,
John watt elDliged to sell some of his fur. carelessness of the future, apd the next, ,, ,
niture, which the land:ord seeing. end' leave us high and dry ishore. like Pt,
fearing he ehould lose his rent, seiied many wrecks eiter a storm. It ie fr-om ?
on the rest and left teem with nothing evile and temptations like these, thnt .
but the bare walls; for like etiery body the Democratic Administration is now , ,-,
else, he was hard pushed for money,and trying with all ite might to relieve up, t -
followed the old maxim, "that charitv and it is for this that those who wish to '
begins at home. The family could no live by the sweat ot the poor man'e
longer live together, and parted to rieek brow, are etriving to cry down, and e
their fortunes.. through the wide world, trample underfoot, that they may ride , . -
roughshod over up, and make our , ftea- ,'' "
never to meet again.. What becathe of
tore livee, end those of our children, the -
eptitt of unfeeling avarice, the victims of . .
the elder ones, 1 never heard, but I hope' . ,
Providence took care of them, for at that
uopriecipled embittoo. Though trod.
time every body- badsnough to do to
sd we ni n ;let enrdpe, r w efoboat , e ley ve I tab 70e1 et ep rei Iv iEl Ted: ' -.:'
take care of themselves. '
John tónk hie way filth his wife end.
little children to look for a renting place, lion!. There at least 'ate can teaks our .
which he aelast found: in a .teleerable pelves heard, and I heetech you, my . ,
hovel, where there were ,three familiee fellow eufferere, 'sees value 3 our rights .
huddkd together, etith itere corner, inlet and happiness nee and forevet,to come. .
forth when the time arrieed,' and witfi
dirty alley, about fifteen- feet . wide.
, ewer bald, and determined hearte, -
was a den of mipery and vice, and- here I --......4 ea,.. tela.,,t. at ihm ik.ahva eft ot,.:
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, '''T I, mize more cl
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sort ol food at
tl piates, the wa
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it it is frequentl
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boil, and then t
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table, sets on ti
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if' , ; kind of the best
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tables and appi
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' DILL 4, MITCHENER.-PUBLISLIERS . CANAL DOVER, TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, (OHIO) JULY,31,' 1.540:
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POPATRY. From the Democratic Review. I had borrowed. so web moue) of the l she was welching Tom Green- 's -wife." as Job's Torke; tha day lthor Thc could find neither oocupaiion nor bread.
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