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THE MASTE II THIJGls
vT Conhnm to prartit Lai
I. i, I to attend lo cum before Con
w In ft Btiprem
laress.to broeecut ell
i,d settle accounts aiaintt the Jlenaitraents
Boardi of Commissioners, to proem Patent at h
and abroad, to obtain Ptniioni' and bounty land
collect debti, dividends, legsrioj and Inheritarw
any part of th United States and ir. Eoa.ioa ci
raias, to make tnveitments of, funds In Loan.
Stocks and alt Bor.d and Mo'tnra, and to nt;o
lha purchase and aale of loam, land and Patenl-r :
la any Statt of t ia Union. I o
Particular attention paid to California I.and ' :
easee coming up to the U. S. B.prem Court
Communication. raarAin, addressed to 1
8-uthen, ft, Carroll Place, Capital Hill, Wa'h'u
v. v., win meet witn prompt alteatlon. J
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HANNIBAL, MO., JANUARY 15, 1852.
POPOLAa TALE. ' II
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V0M BLACKWOOD MAOAZINE. '
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Onto, upon t time there wai a poor cottag 20
Vfho had three aona. lie hud no money to le.r
Ihem when he died, and nothing with which S2
put them to any trade, o that Im di 1 not kn o
wnui io make ortnim. At laatho auidhe w ji 87,
givcuicm leave to lake to anything each lik
beat, and to go whithersoever lliey pleased, nt
b vtMtclgt With tliem a bit of the w;.y and '.
he did. ; He went With them till they came to
place where three roa I met, and there raoh
ihem chose a rond and their Cither bl. t.h,.
' good-bye,' and went back homo. I have net.
' heard tell what became of the two elder, but .
tot the youngest, he went both far and long, l
.you ahull hear.
So it fell out one night as he was going thr ,0
r 4 great wood that such bid-weather overtcxe,
him. It blew und drizzled so that he con 2S
scarcely keen hia eyes open i and in a trice. h a
11 1 kftcw hov it vss, 1 got hewildtr.'
'and could not lind cither re d or path. H;,;
ne went on an i on, ui iu no nav a irV, "
ing light far off in the woo I. So he thought rj?
ytroM try and get to the light j and al ter u tit) IJ,
he did reach it. There it wt in a lar?o hoii, f
nd the fire was 11 zing so brigh ly inside t! aaile
he could 'ell the folk hud not yet gone to bed $
he went in and saw an old dame bunt'inir t.bo'4 th
I .1.- I o . Ik-kail
mini minuins me iiouic. w t-'
" Good evening," an id the you'h.
"Good evening."' tlm nl.l ,l,in
" Hutetu 1 it's aeich foul weather out of doori
to-nilit-," said he.
So it is," siiid she. '
"Can I get leave to have a bed and shelter
fcere to-night? " asked the you'h.
You'll get no good by sleeping hrre," s u'd
the old dame ; for if the folk come home tin I
find voti hero, they'll kill both me and yon."
" What sort of folk then, are they who live
here P" asked the youlh. j
Oh, robbers! And such a bad lot of them, !' i
II iU -.1.1 .1 . mi . . "
imii mo uiu mum', inry kioic me aw.iy
when I wus li: tie. and have kept me us their
Jiouse keeper ever tw-c."
' Well, for ull that, I think I'll just Ko to bed,"
aid the youth. " Come what may, I'll nut stir
out at night in such wcalher."
' Very well," aiil the old duine ; " but if you
stay it will be (ho worne for you."
Wi ll litul the so'itii t(ol iiuo , bud vvnicii
tood there, but he dared noi po to sleep, an 1
very soon after, in came the robliers j no ilse old
dame told them how a stranger fellow had como
inj whom she had not been able to get ou! ul the
" Did you see if he had any money ? " s .i.I tiic
'Such a one as he, money!" said the old
daine, " the tramper! Why if he had elo:l:t to
his back, it iv. is us much as he In.!."
Then the robber began to lalk ninon? th"in-
aalv.'s what they sliould do with him; if they
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stioiiM kill iiimou'.rigni, or wnuieise lliey sliould
Meantime the youth got up an. I
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Administrator's Notice. '1 K, G 7" 2 ' J2f, man
NOTICK Is hereby given to all persons IntjT bed him .l,L VJ'ifl 1 ' i V- l ' ru'
the aetata of AJ. Ba.t, deeaM.t, that lW" , ' With a good bireh cudgel, and
adminlstratioa hara been wanted totha undert" "."I" "u ll man c une crying and aobbinnin.
by tha Kallacoanty court, bearing lata Jan. Oth,ig jaidu tho Sijuire'a do ir.
18ft2. All persons having claims arVmst said How now. mv innn? VI -.1 o . '.
f sa.av uil
sra rsvnitMtai! Ia tiiaMAni tham ta sillntavanrA Ia cs .
IwialfM mnnfha. Ar Ihav ma b inwlitHaxl frm .
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ou no una mm the whole storv. inu
J ears, will ba forever barred. f- ilhrce sons who set ofFouc dnv Mwl ,... i. i. i
anlJWt ROBERT C. BRIGGS, Adnt given t!,em leave to gn whitheoiJ hL.'
WaU Pp. . jiAnjK -YT Ci,,li" th'T- e!o.e.
1 60 PS. etra fina Wall Paper, for aala by v u . nmv ' youngest come home,
1 auf4y r. ... . - M. A. UMSL ' l"-"n me till he has made we come td
JIMMMkaw you un.l ask fnr t'.nii. ! ii .l,i.. i.. I.:.. . -r
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,? -win said the driest, "if you are on antrcl
from heaven, do lot mo out, . and let me return
nirain to cwrth, for it !
you? said the (gtrl, .he ul lhe Priest out of the sacki "I only
iook tier the Squire's geese, and like enough
they arc the jittle finda which ; have pinched
Vour reverinoi "
'Never mind," my m.m, said the
UE fXiSaKrtiwr weM rr. ihllentlnn or hi 'a?a;n
mer customers, and the public, to his lar . 4
Mlectod sIock af drv roods, boots and iboi . 1
nl rmnm anil rrocerie. which be h UOW ncaivV
MMni., .f kla nlil AlAnif. Ill lffl WeilCIT l ilt llA imi.l ..... 1.1 ..1 'It i .
nownio ,... sieunne roast from the ant n tl, Liinl,-..
KJW" gronned the Priest, 'this is all that.
Muter Tlimf'a dmng. Aid my gold and my
silver, and my fine clothes."
' And he beat turf brait,.and .hobbled h'niM it'
such a rate that the girl thought ho hud lost his
wita all at, onee.
Now when lhe?oiiire rsitif In finer hm h W
- jgone with the Priest, tilid how he had been ulong
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hutehintr, -Must eo back am. Ml I i l'ZV 7,""', 7.W" ' ' P'.'IFffry. he laughed
1 n nil-, iwit jm u i wp ii uil anill ma tm . ic.f u.l...
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wuiia anu Drown, uin i auu, viiuiivmv, w..-y
Who wants a genuine articloor
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i.i r iui!i came oiKi usKeu lor Ills (luugh
ter, , as he bad promised, the Scjuire put him off
again, and said- - .
''You must do ono mnstnrnieefl lipilsr till
So h wen. back and loU ,h V"' r""? v,ml 1. "l
ii IA, j t lii . . j ""! iweive norses in ray awiu e, una on t icm
1 ?") 11 W'V,K "? y.K"- a- I wiil put twelve crooms, ono u each. If v
i.iui eauir Ml uiree liares u ivi. r.l m.i ! ... i .... . .
!,,, , . . . , i" '. .-" T"1 miei as to steal uie horses Irum
' " niiiirii in some out nips.
cheat) toodt. and solicit a ahare of eu.tom. r " "' i m mo Kitctieii on
augmr . M. A. UMIf.S"".:,By wl"10 '' household are looking af-
lUr l he shall liave my dniightcr. Just to and
H ik . i. toll llitn fl.( C
M-fJJ U VIVHilllQI .
lUortwd OdHftU additionto or i(I
Boy'Cloth.nfC,aU uxei.comiiting of Sack
. a. t:ii n r.ii...d lt'i
, ,i V, , " MieuKcu in- .wiaster Thief; "but shall I really have
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, i r w ....... wi uiu oii uire s
'iinnsi nn iiim Ni.... i... ..r. ... ir
.daughter if I can?"
cii to 4 U
TUST drop In at the"EAOLG
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0-m-1 f UiJUsUeaU-naai .Ih
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in.- umi:is wi-ro siiu reuiy liutigin ilierc. lilt
wiuie he went and peered un into all the oa
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.... , ....... .Mill. .i .i uu,ii uii, i iook ins nv mlj n
oil wiill It. When the man eumn Ln.-L ,..,t..
n 1 ' ,
PlirKLiV ii ir rnrvin. arnlt n ;r . . tm i a
- V ,,,n K y" c;m, 1 11 uo my oci lor vou.
rliief soon got hold or an old worn out Judo of
mare, and set to work, and made traces mtd
collar of withies and broom twigs, and bought
an old beggarly cart, and a great cask. Af-
er that he said (o nn old ber woman, that
he would give her ten dollars if the would get
into the ensk, and keen her mouth arana over
he tap-hole into which ho wus going to stick
his finger. No harm ahould happen to her;
alio should only be driven nlmnt V,t,.. ..,t ir t.l
took Ins finger out, more than once, sh was to
have ten dollars more. "Then he threw a few
r.. ana sabers over T,ii,-,sif, br.,l .trr,..l t..
e.i out, and put on a wig, ami a great beard of
gout a hmr, sothut no one could know him aiprn.
J act nffhr t'rf er.n:M.iu: V-I.w-. tl
ha I alreiidv been riilincr uliinf m nA.l -
When be reached Jhe place he went olonjr so
aoHly and slowly that lie scarce tn.ulo an inch
of way. Geo up! gee up! and ao he went alone
a little; then ho stood aim-lt aiiir m.t...,. ..:.?
aiidaltngither the nice was ao mi.pr ,U .K .'
it never once came into the squire's head thut
Una could bo the Maslur Thief. ' , -At
last the sailire roile rii.lii im't.
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ireta lest the Muster Thirf ),ibl .1.1 .u
out of his head, and that people would U-ria to
say spitefu thinu-s of him if L t... L " ,
J U,. Master Thief hved iVnd f
that Uhi, forward. - I don't know wKo, hi
..r our i ne I am quite sure it
nly for the take of a bit ut fuu. ', ; n '
Manufacture Crwrlna. " J
" Farina it bepomin'r nn Im.i4 t.
of diet, our readers may be interested in know
suiiieiuing 01 me manner of its prooWion, :
urn a munuiuctiired compoaftion, bnt'tho
moat solid and sul.a'antii.1 part wf tlio what
separated from tU luss vaubie and nutriUon
jMrMwi, ii 'icukincia tri tta natural su.t. - By
preserving the pnr'klrs wholo, they net aa ab-
aoroenta, receiving tho water or mifk in which
tliey are cooked, expanding in bulk accordingly;
wl ile,. if crushed, they would only form a
paste. Hen e the article ran l mravGnuAvt-A
ei.hertotlio weakest or Urn atromrnf atnmu.1,.
according to the liquid it receives; forming, in
. im.., . uwuiaiu an i nuiriiious wot. ,. (
1 in friicie wna lir.t hrnmrht inf a ...
' " l' had seen any one lurkitw about in T- i V . . - ' " " '
uie woods thereabout-. lS,n' onc l'rJ and firty or two h.mtlred
a.eVT 1 . - . I V t'Uft 11(7 nml I.... .... r
.-C T wrni, in ji? in r.urop
evcr ijmce. Fa the itow procog of minufac-
i.ina muorpniy lietnor fmii tvirl to urM
I MIT I I L' is mm nl lt..H I. 11 j.l
it rr " "'"r i'-yir oy. uiti 1110 require
" u" " '' iioiisenoiu werj in the kiichen l
this, tho youth
Ir.iti round jtmd
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sain t no r-ciiurc.
So the Master Thief
si t off to a shop, 1 n 1
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ron. Juntas they wore doing bought brandy enough to till two pocktii llks,
let one hare go. and it set off anu and inlo one of them he put a sleepy drink, but
round the yntd.n front of the into the other only brandy. Aft.r thai he
"Oil, just look at that hnre!". srid the
111s ox irone. tin um hi .. ..1., 1 .1 uie ki'c hen nml , ..., .,11 r... . . 1 .
- . ...f;iii, uiiii, any ,.. .v... .u. ,u.,iK vUl lo C1tn WOni and 11 irood nt o moncv.
one might know without being tohl, he beJto . . ragged gown and cloak from ,m
try and bemoan; but at last he came 10 1 it f TJ' ''W It running too. '-Oh, .0, with staff in hi. hand nml a
eimier, und so ne thought " "mere s no use 111 thinking bi.ck. he limped off, us eveninei
'i-i .1 a s . mi r.itnii it tmi-i, .... ft t
- 1 urr: no omer lieln tor it t urn
hired eleven men to lio in wait at night, behind
folk in the Suture's stable vard: and Inst nf nil. f.,; lair
ho borrowed a
old wom.nj; und
bun He nt his
ilrew on. towards
Inn.lim V.."." "'" 17 "J u 1 1 ii i HIT l! 1 1 c r II. 1 he lilirn. atiililn. Inl l.. !,.... il.
and tukc the thir I ox without my dame s jw- !, A ,llt,u ""l ullPr' ,1,e yo,,,,, lu "ond were wuterinp the horses for the iiiirht, and had
i,ii, miiiiiiij nim drive a goo.i l)r.'iiiih ,i v , , " " iuntrii, anu meir nanus lull ol work.
it, so that Inrvgeta erixxl sum of n..nJrr ,,IP u'ne ipv Und seen before.
!"ml fc!'H wanted to run out and catch if. but the
! So hr went home and set off with the.im l j, "al11 'g,i it w.n no use. It was not
,1ns old dame knew never a word nbou tlLt-'r b''"rt! '')'' h let tho thir l hare go and
Iter, lluf (e robbers, they knew all nli it, j' , run roll,l(l n"f, ro"" 1,10 j ard as
Inn I 1 1 u-y 4.l to t!,u youth, that, if he eoule;.l i, " bl:ioru Now hey saw it from
this ox as he ImUiole,, the n her two, . ho i, 10 kljL',",, uni1 "till ihought it was the same
islmul l be inanter ovrt ilu, whiilp Imii.I i. I! i,,aro "'i.l kept on running i.bout, and were alt
, i ,, I eujier 'o l-c otll Utter It.
the youth sei off and ran into tho wo ii
is the m.m c me by wi'h lil-ox hx sJi a
lfe.i'.!)itMii llowinir, just like a A,,! nl':li..
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Well, il is a fine hare,
said the Squire:
.h UU1 illli.i. I. II II
wood. When the nun heard tha.,y.i.,J,ih ! . out lie ran, 'inl the rest with him
how clad he was. for it se. m.-d io htntii h.. 1 " y." went the hare
km w the vniee ol his bit? bullock, i ti.l !i,Ll,. !lhnl " w- r--re fun to fee.
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'What the devil do you want?1' saione of the
grooms to the old woman.
! "Olj, old hutetu! it is hitler cold," said she,
and shiv ered and shook, und made wry I'aci a.
"Hutetu! it is so cold, a poor wretch may easily
freeze lo de .th;" und w ith that she fell to shiv
ering and shi.king ngnin.
"Oh! for ti e love of Heaven, enn I get lenve
to atnv here iivvhile, and sit inside of the- stable
d liud !. h of tliem ii ;
third ox, and ran offl,, ,,t. ' I"" trot n roast lor dinner thut d ,y I don't who seemed to take pi;y on her," "the oi l h;J
them in the wood ;'...,. n- '"' "e thing I know, on I that ia that he may sit inside and welcome; such a onc as she
went off with the third o, w rd:"il n:'rc 'hough he ran after it till he enn do no htirm."
I t n ii i 1 .ll'r 1w.ll. ... I ... . I . . . .
that now he slum
die lied up tho
jroni to look for
iiimo he yoil.h
when the man cami: back nil I found he liL;
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iini ox ,oo. no was ao wiin i n n mere Vn i
lend to his ;riel'. He erie.l iiii I ro ired anl;.,t
Ihin bnriist, und, to tell the truth, it w. a m
lays lieiuro he dared go l:omo ; for ho was ;il'r oprieto r
took the roast and n n off with it: nnd
To iiie devil wii'i your itinvu,'
lie rest with him awny ,Pack yourself off this minute, Tor if the Squire
beiore and they niter; so seta his eye on you he'll lend us a pretty
mi uiniMUT me vi u n (lance.
the i "Oh! the poor old b g-or-bone,.'' sui 1 another,
both warm and weurv.
Now it eh: Heed that the Priust
lllUT (f;tv. unl When Uw Knuirn li.l.l l.i.r.
. - awi'a ssifta (V lllll.
lest his old dame shouhl kill him oulri?hl on t'
you h vv.is master over the whole ban I. So ,rs of said
uVy they llnmht they would try their hands la for five
'do. Ali.'antnne me voutn cm iu un.l lireati to
talk to them, and to ask them if they did not lsl''', , ., .
watit. a icrvant, for it might b thought thut he , As ,r.t,'"! rotihPM, .licy we.ro not very w'- '
wniilil lw irlttfl III Mitnr inta tluiir arvira. . imc .i.ni-i, ui.n .mv u.i i io own hi a i
"Oh," a.iid they, if you huve a mind to fol-
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iiuw ma tia'io .in.-. tt iuuuh. iuu .i,ii iiv will . , . i
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iti.j'vuier, every m.ui
i the youth; "for when I left home, iuther gavi
i ma leave to take to any trade 1 chose. '
. 11 YVll l,.vn u.ill llliil.l in miflA V ' lmL...l llin I
v,i.... ,lhe iM'nl. so th.il they mit'ht run back to the ir
.l .l.'m't car." aniJ the vouth. fur he tl.nnl,i 'rom wlioni he It ul stolen them ; and right '
at wmild not lake lorn? to ieain thai t rode. ,he w .s to s.-e then, as you may fancy. N. j.etaty
quireioi'i mm wtiat a
the money returned.
And the rest said, some she should stay, aiv-
aome she should'nt; but wdiile they wer quar
reling and minding the horses, she crept further
and luriher into tne stable, till, at lust she sat
tiei..i(i m)W,n behind the doot when she had got
. .1 -Ttve any more heed to her.
Administration Notice. I ,,u, J ' the men found it rather
NOTICE is hereby giveo to the Adminl cold worn io ,nJ quiel on ,orse.
Auditors of the estate of Saml. T. Wt' Mck. J
lata of Marion county, that having been a' ' "ii..v,i; it ia so devilish cold, s:uu .
the county court lor ssiacoumy a coinmiw-. ova. ins ann ur,Wise. u i i.i . r 11 .U . Thii.r
dit and aettl. all demand. agaln.t th .aid no "Tiial it ia," said another. "I rrccze so, that I w'lien " b1San ,0 ra. the Foster Thar
One Hundred Dollara, I wil attend, at I , , ..i...,,.,-.. I.dl,,ii .' 7.?.: cut down a thief who hung on the
llsv til UCtOber A. . 41 vm, nun u iii.i v tin am un.l v.il 1 li:u Itllll Ull.
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No, a jd (lie man. I bavnn'i .o . ..t m
the "Hurkye, now," auid the Squire, "if voubave
your . m.n.l to ride into the wood, and hunt obout and
aee ir yu c,n fall upon any one lurking about
there, you ahull hnve the loan or my horse, und
a shilling mto the bargain, to drink my health
I. r your pains."
"1 dont aee how I can go1 said tho man,
lor 1 am (roinir to a Weddimr with ili). x..L r
inead, which 1 havo been to town lo fetch, and
here tho lap bus Julian out bv the wv. and ... I
"H dc off," said tlieS.iiilro.oril l,a nf,. -
.rno und cask." , .
Well, on these terms the m.m wn willing,
ir.i: lull I,.. I.. ...I.I... i! .. .i ..."
o .. uiu oqiure io uc quick in put-
Jiug ins linger into the laphole when he look
his own out, and to mind ond keep it there un
t I he came b .ck. Yes, the Squire would do
trio best ho could; und so tho Muster Thief
mounted the horse and rone off. But lime went
by, and hour alter hour passed, and still no one
came back. At last tho Squire grew weary of
landing tlu re wiih his fingtrin the tap-hole, ao
ho look it out ... i . : , .
"Now I ahull have ten d. ilium murol"
ed tho old woman inside the cask; and then the
Squire aw al once how tho land lay, and took
1UUI.UI1 oiTii.Hiii', bill hu bad noi gone tmi buluie
they met him with a fresh horse, for tho Master
Thief hud alreudy been to his house and told
ihem to aoud one, .
Tho day after, he came to the Squire and
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wu.iui nave ins uaugiiier, us he hud given his
vviird; Lii) ilm V.. ....i I.: or : ?. r
v ..ij.iiicmi nun uil ulllll Willi line j
- " iiiii. Lw.f iiiiiiiir" . i.i
said lie must A.. . "Aierpiece. line
could do Unit he should have her. Well, well,
the Muster Thief thought ho could do.it, if he
only knew what il was to be.
4 Do you think, now, " aunt th squire, -you
eun aieal the thi ol off our bed, and il.o ahift off
my wife' bed? Do you think you can do that?"
"Il shall be done," said the Muster Thief. "I
only wish I wus as ure of getting your daugh
" iVK 'T.' , , ,,, :.,-. off," .IlLvlher. every ,n,n Jaek ibT.hr of nnib.l ' in U county of. X 5, ,rt . i! '1 iJ, Mr aero., hi ahouUler.
" v,,u ,w ,"v '"""i -ami. . ....i:.. i .i ' xr "I'V'-lTnirsdav. Uia 3010 uay 01 uciooern. . . , . ) 1 - - ..... ... , . , l.,,!,!,..
tnem. aii i itu ,.m u o,, ul i.ome. wow, t, sbelby, t,J,' hour, of 8 ln ht forenoon and S he third. - und set it up auinst the Kfu.'.", r: "
hrl thin? 'hut he did when ;hey were all w. Davieas, i m .ri..i j.v. audit and settle demttol W..1I. il.ori.
t-ur of ilto !inuo. wus 'o drive t It oxen out
hat day. octU3t
j aa. taavis
i day of
Now there livod a man a little way off, who
had three osen. Ono of these he wus io laku io
the .own to sell, and lhe robbera hud heard wu.a
it wua going to do, so lliey said to llio yomii,
ahat if he were guod lo steal iho ox lroi.i dm
.man by the way without hi knowing it, und
without doing linn uny harm, lliey would givo
aim leuva to oa their rviiig uiau.
Well I tho youJi set off, and look widi him u
pretty alioe with a silver buckle on it, winch lay
ahnuV the houae ; und lie put llio shoe in lhe road
. along which tho nun w going wuh his ox ;
. and wbeu ho had done ihut, he went iiuo lao
wood and hid luiiwcli' under u bush. So when
th man cmo by he taw llio aiioe al oiico ;
"That' a nice alioe; it I only hud llio icilow
toil, I'd lake u homo witjj me, ana pernups l il
(ul my old daino uuw u good humor tor unci'."
'or you musl kuow ilui uo hud uu old who, ao
ajroas and snuppisti iuui ii wus noi long uoiwocn
he tn. ilt all the horses which the robbers bad. :
loaded them wiih the bst things he could fc
his bands on eoll nnd silver, and e!o dies", u ncrruitr
'oilier fine things ; and then he bade the Hi I diumonnt.
to greet the rubbers when they cune hack, ic2&tf
lo tl.ank them lor him, an I to say that now '
'was setting off on his travels; mil that thejjgpfj,
liuve iiaru i iu iuui nun i..nu , aim win in
off he sial ic I. "
; iviier u in-". ui, m. e.'iuu iu inn
the said estate of Saml. T. Watra,dee'd,rM iso(h(. shared it between thein.thousrli it wasn't ithe dead man un and down, iust for all the world
I3AAW l. nuia. . i .. .. ... . . I... .'!.. . .
AT Sau.ser1 old stand,
f..,nJ in MNAII. r. . (t l I
and purchawrs generally. Tha five yeiud
much, after all, thut each got und so I lie v chewed like ono who wus pee pin r in at tho window.
nt and spat, and spat and chewed. This helped "That's the Master Thief, old 1as," said the
ho them somewhat, but in a little while they were Squire, giving his wife a nudge en the side.
or itist ns bul us ever. i"Now see if I don t shoot linn, that a all."
"Hutetu! sai'l one, and shivered and shook. I So saying be took up a rifle which he hud
''llit eui! auid the old woman, and shivered daid ut hi bed. uie.
ao, that every tooth in her head shattered. Then 'N.d no! pray don't shoot him after tellin ghim
which he has done here ha. now rovnu., :, ,11 olll tie fl.iHk with brundy in it, ami die iniirht come ami try," said his wife
: V. ..(., I,., m.l ilh nnivfrulh . ,r , , . ..... . ,n .. .. L . ... .
kbhnt hlm fo a TT T" iV "u-"lim l',t li.m I vj llt, sam
.uiiiik y .1 , .. ... .m l.i.nl ,,, tlm II .it.l (Imii .III. liwilr .n.,1. t. m.ll l.n n l. ll.A... .....I ..t.nA.I nml ....n.wl k.. .
torn. Believing the Irutn to oe me Deuer .u.i sju" jr mtic i. " ,i.u uu. m
'.""I Hr .maa
winch ''c w .s poiiiir, wlien ne. lett amongr . anii
robbers; and when he got near home, and could c25-4w)
his father's cottage, he put on a uniform which 'REED
found among the cJpihes he .had taken from p" ""
robbers, und which w.is ma le jus! like a genLI
ul's. So ho drove up to tho door like i?'V o: St.,
r front 1... in At'li.r lh:it l.n went in mid iisL.f.C Kf.
if he coul I have u lodirinir? ttft J the invited tocome
i. it, Winu
..... i the
rio: mat no coutiltn, ul any price
ever should I he able." s it I lhe man.
ruiitii 111 mv l'fiii 1,1 for sni'h n fitie (ri.iilliiniM.
who aearoo huve u r.iK to lie iin.in, un 1 iniKurul Pty,
,amtW lime thai alio boacd his ears, iiut then ho
W...I.......I. iii.n ti:ii I... ..luld fhi ttiulmii u'ni. in.. ra.s, too
odd shoe utiles ho M Uiu fellow to u; so iie k " Vou were ylw .ys a slinky old hunks," s;
wsul u? Id way und lei tho ahoo litf iu ihv ' J"'"". 1 " ).' ;'ru """.wiikui you wo ""'""
nni resort to flaminl pufis and extravaRple that it wont "pop" in her throat. laoon aa the head c me before the window, and
which no one believes, but will iinnly ten "What ia that you've got in your fl.iak, old .he suw a little of it, so soon waa it down again.
Spttittfe1'' ,girl?" o( ,l Kro, Al last ho thought be had a goat aim; "bung"
n . v t v,: i "Old it only a drop of brundy, old man," went tho itun, down fell the deod body to the
Gentlemen's Furnishing Vr !.aia .he. ' 'grou.il wf.hu heavy thump, and down went the
Too numerous to be here detailed. ' "Hrandy! Well, I never! Dj let mo havoa blaster Thief too, as fast its he could,
which buten r0; "2 'drop," screamed the whole twelve, otic after an- j "Well," said the Squire, "it is quite true thut
TrrMlPhav always believed that the,nt other. I urn the chief mugiet rate in theae jwrtaj but peo-
prove if I do sell cheap ia right at my ccen "Oh! but it i such a little dtop," mumb'cd the pie ure food of lulkinif, and it w ould be a bore
'mv customers and purchasers generally atto. 'old woman, "it will not even vvel your mouths 'it they came to ee this dead man' body. I
I invited tocome and tudee tor Uwiuaalval. . ;rnlln.i.. H. m,i,i .nd wuidd havn it: think il.., h.t tl.iaj la l.n d.ino U lhai I .U.I I
WILLIAM SAIqii tlero wt no help for it; und so she pulled out 'go down and bury him1
Administrator1 Notice.'"' :1'1U w',lh tho sleeping drink in it; and put j "You mut do a you think best, dear," said
NOTICEf hereby given to all person011 it to tlta lirat man'a lip; then she shook no more, u wife. So tho Siju're pot out of bed and
lha estate of LsnJjf Barnard, dereaag- , but gudi. led the tbusk ao that r ich f them got j went down stairs, and ho hud scarce put his
of administration have been rranted to th what he wanted, and the twelfth had not done loot out of the door before the Master Thief
"T Ule c e'" .0- dritikma helore tho hrst sat and snored, then siolo in, und went atraiijht un-tair to hi
r. ti sr naiiM nov. i. iojii 1 . m m a i '
Than the youth took up the shoo, ani malo
taU'the haatavho could io get boi'oro llio nun by
.a abort out thruugii Uie wood, uul laid il down
beforo him in the ruad ug.uu. Wtuu t.m man
am along with fcvhux, ho got quim anry wt.u
himaelf for being ao stupid a to leave Il.o teiiotv
to lhe shoe lying in tho road uuwad oi ittaiii ,
it with Iuui i'ao no biud Uie ox tho iatioe, uu.i
aaid to hiiusou t I
" '! muy Juiiu well run back mi 1 pick up tho
liter, auo. uittl iu pair oi gooa aiiuo ioi- my
sin. . i i l . i ,i. . . n.
o" Kuan you uiy sou; s:uu uie in:iti. snWers
" Don't you know nil' og.dn ? " sai I the you.ville, Ky
Well, ufier .a little whih'j ho di 1 ktu.w hiiji
" Hill vvbnt h ive vnil h.'en tlirnin-r v:ir h:SUinf housa.
to, that you have m ule your. !!" o g a tin uow a"d
in sit.'h has!e r
'Oh, I'll soon tell vou," said the you, h
" You sai I 1 might luke to any trade I elio,
I so I biti'il invsoll' iinpt'cii.iou to
thieves un I robb.'rs, an I
EE t CO.
it '.in IV.. iori...l or which tb
old dime, and o, penups, l' a kind w4 ' 1 '' "!" MJ h- e 8ELME8
So he ol off, und huuid, -ul hu ilei u, uud pr, o-J''8. J
down iwr ilia alioe, bm no auoo did ho ttiu j un l , 1 heap
K..r...ir fl.ll, nDI. 14. lOJI. I . . . . ., A. . . . .
, . .. . . ;.i rv til" IM .ster line! lliruw oil Ins ticovar a r.iw
All 'person inoeuieu io saiu rsiair r --w . - - o
aiake payment ioimediately, and all p"d ;iin 1 took-one groom allorlhe other ao softly off
claims against said estate, are raquei.t.J their horse., an I set them astride on the beams
them, nroperiy authenticated, within onj j . ,VM., iie, stulb; und so ho called his elven
j.i. kf ...l l.tt.m.jir thev mav be Dree 1 ul" . ' ... .. ....
' ..M i ... U i. i iiMlli inn ?(i'iir. liviili-i.
benefit of aaid estate, and it oot reseiu.i men, uu i - i
years they will be lorever Darren. tie lurics. . .
nov27 CHARLES SCAN LAN t I ltut when tho Fquire got up in lha morning
und went to look utter hi irrooms, they II 1 1 l ist
SADDLERV and Hardware, ah asMir lpfflm ,0 nonu loJ u)lJ ., of thn fell to
for aal vary cheap bf iit snurrinK the beams with thulr Spurs, till tha
. . . r . i... .-.i .
mtj I.T ii ..i iiien a crew tio:-f.
m i't'-y, that lie coul I not tell I.
. . . .
i 1 1 .
muuli he lui l. II - rmd a d tighter, loo. uiui. ,.rtofor
smait i.ii.l tirettv irirl she w s. So the Mj to inform the
T uef s :. hi h'-wr. up ni h ving I r i. w.f; REi-'Tl-
l dd tus I.tther l n fo to t!iO Sqlire, au 1 bV,ed .'Blaici
Id daughter for him. ', . wa may be la
'If l,o ' sks b what me. ns 1 j;1' i I'M can be had
to I hi in I am . M s'er Thwf uK CO.
I think v.m havo lost your wit, for you o . .
take iho .ocond ox, and unva u, to vuo t.wu.-ni " " "":.7 "" ' '
Nv. in hu i; i ol ltis Vi:s; hi fuJier i,
au.t slw.i1 1 go up to tho S.juiio. iiml ak ft
I d Tdll t iro to
hr who UUA ituvis
t longkk he bad la go back with Uiu one liu
lUd. JUI. lueuilWiiiiiJ, lilt you." :iua U1S.CU uw
OS and guU4 ad' w.a iij and When
came und .w lliat hi ox wo gone, ho U 0u.i i.i
, cry and ucw-il, tor ho wa ulraid Uiav iu o.d
daino would kill huu ouaiglu when s.ie o duo I
kiimv Uui tiui oa . waa , tost. JiJi tart men u
cauu aero hi mind ;l.al ha woitid go iomu and '
' not lii tho dam - know uiivtiiiiiM-auoul low uui ci.
bo lm did Uil, weiu iiuuiu U IJ IOOK Ul o
Wldiolll hi d..!MI ' luwiiy ti, au l sci .d Wn.l
, it t i ihu town. '1 ihii tho robuii kucw all ab u
it. and they said lo lha youUi, u ne com t gc. inn
ox too, w.i.ioUw tha man knowing it, um wi.ii-
Niy, bti1 I tell ta t,
Nil 111 tM Ull I be vour sooVesuun;
out hli doing him iJiy harm, he liould bo good tU,U, nn I ha so muuh nmiifji" dd the imiiv
at any of lliwn. - ' ' t ,ir ..yea, thera wa no UV' ul
. ri . ii .! j .IM .. 1 ir, . .. i .11 K..i k. fir miuxns ni W
M Inw Wl
Iito jspliirer tlew again, nn 1 some fell off, und tomo
ERAGE Dea Laities, a newstyle ol
still hung 011 an I s.il there looking liko loot.
. "I la! ho!" sai l the Squire; "I sec very vvoll
who bus boon here; but as for you, a pretty set
1. 1 1 II I .1 , V 1
. "Why, dear, back already!" (aid he, for aha
thought it was her hushun i. " -1
"Oh yes, I only just put him into alio!, and
threw a lilt'e eanh over him. It is enough that
he is out of sight, for it is inch a bud nisht out
of door-; by-anddiy I'll do it better. But juat
let me have llio sheet to wipe myself with he
!w.i ao blooly and I have made myself in auoh
' ....... ii-:d, f,;m 1, ,
H II.V." , .... ...4
fo he got the slieef. '
After a whilo he sail
"Do you know I am afraid yoit must let ma
have your night shift too, for tho r.hcet won't do
rate it from the other part of tho whe.it, it
could never become an'atricta of coinmerer,i
Hul the Messrs. Ileckcr, of tha Croton Mill,
in tin' ci'.y have invenled and nut in otvrrafion
a et of .machinery, by "mean of which they
have been able to prepare il in a auperior man-
iicr, ui aucu a reuueeu expense m to bring it in
to general ue, a an article of food. Tha wht '
p,isse through eight different tun ct SNmre, cy.
cry one bearing it tart in breaking tha karnela
and reducing the particle to tha required size,
the different part being separated by variou
procesaea; and finally the finihin- Jnke ia
given by a hand .eve. Tha Messrs. Hecker
manuf..cturc uboiil 800.000 lbs. a vaar of (hia
or icle, w hich requires about 80,000 bushel of
wheat, only ten pounds bein obUint-d from a
bushel, the rest of die wheat being Used for oth
er purposes. . . . .. , .
A sailor twiner about to suit for India, a aiti.
zen csked him where his father died? ' ' "'
In shipwreck '' " . . i t i
And where did your grandfather die '
'A he was ft.himr. a torm arose, and ha with
his companion perished
, 'He, also, ierihet from "hipwirecli.T"
'Then, if I were you, I would never goto
'Prny, Mr. Philosopher, wbcra did vour fath
er die?1 - '-
'Mv father, eran'-1 " 7"''', ' :
' 'Then if I were von, t would never go to bad,'
retorted the son of Neptuna.
' " -l
- ' " . -: (
At a bait given by the city of Pari, to Bona
parte, win a Madume Cardon. Tha Coriican,
in general, wu not very fond of people who had
become rich by any mean but his own favor.
He had never aeen Madame iaraon, wuooe
nnmo even ho had never known before; but ha
had been told that her husband wa possessed
of great wealth. He walked toward her with;
a peevish sort of air, and auid to her very ab
ruptly ' ! . " ;i: ' ' 1
'Are yo Madam Cardon? r . I ' U
She m ade a profound courtesy to thi quea
-nnarte continued hi dicouro v'
'You arc wry richr.. .
' 'Ye air; t havo ton chito. ,he reptioti.
Bona parte, struck with the Uetlte forca ol
thi reply, walked awny quickly. .,- ( .
MeLi! coiner to insure some properly, Waa
asked by tha clerk how he would havo hia name
entered? , t'.i
Entered!1 replied M.; 4why I am only bbuit
Charles Macklin, a vagabond by act of parlia
ment; but in compliment to the times, you nay
et me down Charles Macklin, Enquire, aa they
are now aynonymoua terms i.;..n
Wurw Kemble was rehearsing tha romance
sung by Kichurd, in the play of Iliehard, Shaw
lha louder of the band, called out from lha or
chestra, J v- ' '
Mr. Kemble, my dear Mr. Kenille, you art
murderinjr time. 1 ...
Kemble. calmly ud toui'y taking a pinch cf
My dear sir, it i better (0 n.urdrr lima at,
once, than to be constantly beating hint," M Vou
do. ' : ' : ' :
RiMtviBta Tin If you wih to writ th
rcpeot ud evcrlaating grntitudo' of an rditof
let hi esclumge alone, Don't touch a paper.
He ha laid them where he can find hat ha
wanta with the least possible trouble. ' All ho
ask i that you wilt keep yonrhinil off. Vhen
he wishe you lo read piper, rely opo it he
will pivo it lo yon. Ho can't endure vou
pitchforking hi pile or exchange. Roche
tcr American. ' ",
17RKSH and fashionabl Spring rxt
X and lor sal very cheap By
Ihe of blockheal you must b to sit here and let the by itself; that I can ca.
' f i.ti- Tliii.f .li... th. li.u..na Irii.i lutivtn viiiip 1 So sl.M frwn l.im thil shifl alsrt.
H. w ......... ...
But just thru
L and lor sai very cnaapoy 0 , " !l W"1 "0a hia mind that ho had forgotten to
jiffs A JL Cf llr I they all got ia goml leathering because they 'lock the lions door, ao ha mast step down and
nr hd not kept usharu-er look-out. jlook to that before, ha c ima hick to bed, and a.
rvNE boxk marked "E. 1at FuMier on in the day cumelhe Ma-ttcr Thief way lie went wiih both ahift ami heet.
Uamer Hobrt M. Patton,
W supposea si. ...... ."-a- . , , v . ,n,.ll0.,.d Uia , dter.
vuui v r- f - r . ' ' r- " '
above rewad will ba paid, upoa dliii"g and aske I Tor the Squiro' lUiuli'er, as he hud
UEU. itACON i CQva, ,promied; but the Squire gave him ouo hundred
Win. Vwyar, 17, Commercil
"TbtJ West Triumpi io
TilTany'a Mineral RAZOR BTUU'H.
dollar down, and' said ha must do something
.'Do you think now," said he, "you can steal
tho horsu from under tuo while 1 am out. riding
.....! n rlva a fina sham cdir to event
ihsn anv other taU ever otanufactul u oil his back
just received and foe aal by J. ib,hr Oh yes! I dare s'y I oould," replied the
' u..:i.i:n.. u.ll lIlMl. in . ... l . J ' 1
g uiua u.iu", ..... ...
A litllo while afier came tho richt Squire,
'Why, w lint a lime you have taken to lock
the door, dear!" ai 1 hi w ife, "und what have
you done with tho het and hift?1'
vWhat do jott ay?' said lha Fquiro.
vWhy I am ackiuar what you have done with
the hcc and ahift that you had to wipe off tha
blood." auid she.
"What, in the devil's name! hu ha taken me
Mammoth Hoc. Yesterday, ' Mr. Vt J.
Morton, of Trimble coun'y, aluughtered two
hojr at Brannin, Picon !i Cobb'a pork house,
which are fair specimen of Kentucky growth.
The lrrt welshed 875, and tha other 6"5
. B Ani . I .H . . I., n t 1
pound gro. i p'g sc.iovv .wua onij -
year old. Louis vilio Courier. ; .. ; , . ..
TwtTv-rivB ciht aiomt. Wa team tht
there i a man in St. Loui. just from Calif oraia
wiih a lump of jrold weighing nineteen: pouno,
. 1 a .var a. X. I
which ho i exhihttirig oi com uvmm
D LEA CUED and Brown
"v it e M.sier Tliief, "ir I wero really urc of getting in hl time, too?" waid tho Squire. s ,
a" itoslV '''' "r '' "'Kbler." " ' : Next day eume the Master Thief ond asked
ls. Canned j .. Woll, the squire would sea what he could do; for the Squire1 d.'urtrter ha had promised; and
Lav w hen ha '.S j'l tht S iuira d ira I not dj anvlkin -s else tht
itdwt Lwould bo . taking a ride on a grout common jto give her to him, and a good lump of money
D Checks, .'lanael. Two!, CoMtHI l"e aqutre would sea w
siiJ4r M ' f VvLU11 iund ho told th Mister Thief
f ' ..I....1 II 1 . 1 .
Iwhara they Urlllod tha uoop.
'. '1. 'V I M I .1' , I'. . I.i '! .V I
to tha Matter
iiido Ui barguiii, for, to tell the truth, ha wis a-k my inotbor.
An inquisittve. country gent!em.n, rUling on
hi favorit gray, thu accott4 an vuxhin wha
waa tcivding ptK '
Boy, wliiiao. piga era thoac? -'
The ow',u ' i
Walt. then, whose ow U kr1
y M v father', ir.
Wall, who i your fattier?
If you'll mind th pig, I will run h&w l
U tn wera alt, ma yvnuu oai wo twu v t 4 men u u wuvuu uu vj
,il f .!
t ' . 1 ii .. v - .':!:.. ' ' I I. . j. .