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11 12 IS A N i K It. I
Howling-Green.. .Anrd in. lam
The ' Bas-" office has been re
moved to the building formerly Occu
pied by- IL L. Pcltibonec; Co., second
door east of the Drug Store.
AT IT AGAIN.
The editors of the Jo,,.! lart' weet
,.,., r.....i .1 i i- i.
... e it it. . ti . -i i
upuu ocuuiur i ciuurn. iiia iitey nave '
aot vet glutted their ven-catu-e. Their
wrath is rat yet appeased. "Tftty in
tend to hold him up to the public gaze.
Thty intend to keep it before the peo
ple, that Dr. Welbnrn has violated prin
ciple which ara held sacred in a re-
publican - vern ne!.'," etc. etc. Vts,
iwjiiiwK-srfjiain Mfj. ur. iei-
born should prepare t be immolated
upon the altar cf their urath now; for ;
their blow s are pow crful perfect anni- 3S Dr j n. Urciics, of Calumet. He ' lhe t-vernment Urgan, at n asr.ing
hilaUou awaitb'him. Hut what his to UJ1jtes itldn himself a high ord-r of ttsncity.
slirred up me gall ot incsc imiignai.1
gentlcman:jj Forsooth, Dr. Wclborn
aided ia'passiiiff a bill for districting the
State, by w hich they were deprived of
an opportunity, of petting two whig
representatives to Co::grcss; "and that
is the head anJ front of his oiTeiiding.''
Had his bill secured to them those two; -
whig representatives, it would have j 23" Are we to be ile:.tas to
beenall right in their eyes, the 'SS ll
Z3g' boundaries ot the districts to the ,
The editors of the Jo'uriul admit that
the tecond district in Wilson's bill is j We r.re decidedly in favor of the
illshaped. But then 'it is 100 miles j Journals speaking out, for fear if it
wider than the lougest in Welborn's ! does not, it will like a certain witness
bill." "It is sparsely populated." The' Nothing but the met bloody
Misrouri river is in the way, and there tyranny could piompt any one to attempt
is a dozen other excuses for it the whig's'10 muzale the Journalto sesd hermeti
pct. But Wclborn, wretched fellow, ' cal!' ll:e odhi of her Editors; in
cheated the uhigs there is no excuse for ' nor'i to srike noblest gun that ever
him or his bill. Ik should be murder- thundered in defence of ciiil liberty,
ed out-right, river or no river. Horric. From the style in which they
And again, if this hill should be re- write, they doubtless think that should
j.-cted on account cf this ugly district, ( he Journal be actually prevented from
say the Joujnal, then Welborn's bill J cnlightning the age, that the wheels cf
should be four times rejected; because tne universe w ould he stopped that
it contains four ugly districts. Aye, the "sun would wander ''erkly, ranking
''there lies the rub." Wilson, i:i bis j in the eternal space, raj less and path
utmost kindness for the wbigs, had laid b'ss; "and that all creation would bhovv
them off two pretty little distrtets, from s'g f ceP mourning. But w e turn
which they expected to send two whig from the contemplation of the bare pos
representatives to Congress; but Wei- sibility cf such a misfortune to the
bom's bill, confound the thing, it frus- j U " t,,e steppage of the universal
.-Uated all their hopes and disappointed j newspaper called the Missouri Journal,
all their calculations. Now we would t omelhing more serioui.
ay to the editors of the Journal, that "We have surely fallen on evils
this same second district, for which they ! times," when the editors of the Journal
can find so many excuses, is not only ! a no allowed to throw their filth and
"100 miles broader," but 70 miles Ion- j abuse upon a man standing deservedly
ger than the longest in Welborn's bill; high in Pike county, without being op
and contains "nearly iwice the number posed. Their principle is to ride rough
of counties." But Wilson, magnanim- hod over those unwilling to acknowl
ous fellow, framed two nice little dis-edge the supremacy of Whigeery to
tritts exactly to suit the taste of the
editors of the Journal; and what cared
they, if the democrats, naughty fellows, j to them, (as m the c ase ol VX. weiocrnj
were thrown into a district 270 miles Jd if defence is attempted, they denire
long yes, as long as the whole length!10 produce the isnpression that we
of the Stale from East to West, and ' would (even if we cculd) keep them
naarly as long as the State from North to "Surely we have fallen upon
South. But the second is not the only evil times," when the Journal Editors
tt-di-triet in Wilson's bill the first j are not allowed to say and do what they
.K..i il.. 1....,i :.. W ,. ' nlene iinennl radieted and unonnosed.
ti.r rip ...n.itt.c nr I.. .1 .. ..f.,..i .... :
. ' v.
tory in forming his dMri,.ts-his only
aim seems to nave Liecn t; secure ttu
whig districts; hence yiur excuses fur'
him. Iu his bill lhe democratic districts
contain ab jut twioe the nuinber of coun -
lie. and nearly three times the evlent of
V.....U1II.-U in your picay uii.c
UiSiriCts; PHI VOU c.lll CXCUSC I'. 11 is
all riirht. because vou pin hv it.
C ' J O J
t'r.r, il.. -,,i..e .a,.; ..t ii..
. evii ins, uiiii. acuuiioil vi lilt
question we were decidedly in favor of,
.1.. Ai.,M .v.i.m XV. t c.
"--j - -
the State districted squsrcly and fairly,
wr.lio'jl regard eittier to loss orgam..
Senator Welbirn's bill we ha-.c before
said, was not exactly us we would have
the motives of Senator Welborn. It i
ticrhans the very best that could be ob -
Lined under the circumstances. It
much better than that of Mr Wilso-i
which Mr. Bigg, said presented
.W of fairness at its first h his ., (hat.
it But how coiil 1 the State be come "iCm '"an Hie l'ttoriai ciiair. it. a t-ry accorip;:iii u yung laoy. ti : ymg .Mttinal I'luiosmi'v.
"1 :. ii., ... i . t. i. I -imiiri:. .:thr r t' i- rs that .-he was i.n ' Mv I) (t. .. un!a
.1. ....: i . : u uc mi: iiidi, wc nave uu cms. ita .u -...w..r p ----- ( ....... ,t.,..
to suitliie netion of eiery in-, . . i . , , ivini, i,: ri ;,...-.! ..i ..... ..n ...i ,i..
.. ,. , ,,, make about it; il it be mental imbecility. . 'T"'" . v"
jiiougii we lire. crca uic uui . ' " . he tn ,ed o the I m- iM e.ti.s. U h ,t wv
. .. -,. . , we nitv them, and refer them airain to . ' . . ., -r , - ' -
cor -acock, we win noi impugn -; " s:cs, and spoKe ol inc w i r.nigs oi Ail- geti.er?
every represcntatnc ougtii to votel 1 .toasmau wsui uu- munii
friu by authority; and that lhe article in qucs-! Yc?, my dear Mr. Vi!kir,s, 1
; lion was but the echo of public senti- j w ill."
., -il The Circuit Court, has betu in ment, includinsr wjags and democrats.) "What part would you prefer, my
session in this place for the past week jit was the truth cf the statement, and dear Mrs. Sprigps?"
much business has been disposed cf;! not the right of the Journal to speak,) .' haXlZ!!!
ll.llt too tnllnl. .r..lil rim not '. lriieil 111
our worthy J-uW, for the celerity and'
rapidity with which bi.sincr- has b. Cn
33 We give place to the Adlowinz
letter from a roembet of the Democrat!.:
::,u r.:.i n
nugnes, win reRponu to it. as soon as
: may be convenient. The lime for the
electiouis cmiing on apace, and we
have but a liitle time in which to pre-
r k-.il. rvi.i .... ..A.t .1.
) Jiiiltr .Ul Udmc. I . 'iafc s, j uu ut. mn-
crais, are we agreed? Should the elee-
lion he held by the new apportionment,.
Ra"4 th JiS,riC, wiH lR Cn,i"
tied to at least one delenate. VVill some
rJ"TJ11 i 'el
ui utir iriciius in ivau aiivtac us m
For the l?anner.J
Mr. Mi.ion: According to the invi
tation contained in your l.ist pper, I
l,n.-a fl.....Kl -..r In it. is mtinrr. la
ua.c i.iu.ij,;... . u.--i.t ... ..... ,
make a call upon some individual to de-
clare jlirnsrn candidate for the Conven-
t;n rn castinir mv eves over tlie
co,.nty cf pikCi J can j.ifrijest no one
w, fha( l10nor:.ble station
talents, wish great personal popularity,
Btlj a i,jl, moral tone of feelinp. Let'
X)r. Iluphcs say through the medium of
tie press whether he is w illine to make
(j,c MCr;f,Ce for the trnod ef the ceunty,
an,i j!C i ic Warmlj supo'rtcd by many
i;l TIKE. ;
h ... .' -f )C voice f,f
Hi ulh is to be hushed because it is spok-
en by a whig. Mo. Journal.
, heap abuso and vituperation upon tnem,
to attribute the most dishonc motive J
lc..i, . it,. Tnr..Hl if the
i - - .
snirit alreadv evinced hv that maminoulh
concern, to override all who oppose it-
10 uomineer oer iniwc "ul
, . . . . . .
tamely submit to its rule. Substituting
j vituperation far reason, and finally ; on ti.e linger.-, ju. t.ie n or n.ni d:s
! knuckling when it can no longer play j appear d.
the tyrant daci not tff dually nnnihi-j Ti.e change wa, wr..n,.ht uy pa.
- l.. ,..,?..., U ,1tat M p;.-. .Jliclrs deposited by a stream ol wa
bb J is-
a'E inisiaK. n. i uu i.onuis u. uic jur-
nal know that wc have not even intima-
icu, iiiucu less saiu mai iney suoui-i uol
Dr' Welborn-are they honest
,i , . ! i . ..
in uius uimersian.img our language.- or;
.,. , . ,..,i n
i . a ' , , ,
! -lmV'cit Lgnshi r1 if so a shaved head
. 1:11 a P111 woula ,nore uc
1 c arl" ,e "y ... uiscover
1 we Jcn,cd t0 ,nem the Kkt 01
KlI'Bak,r'S ,or lhe "cmecracy of I ike
jcoUn,y- T1,e Hrticle ia the Journal,
'S11 l'-"P!'c, W against
, it- ii. - i - i .i i
llr. elhorn. in wl.ieli thev snoke fi.
that We CAllitQVLftcd. -
What the Journal editors mean ly
; the assertion that we say that the Sena-
tcrist!n' rej,ref.rnf;.iie "f 'the prty ,
and not f the people, "we are at a lr- :
t.know. We have never mal use f.
, , . . - , .... 1
a1 theoli spring or their prolific fancies.
Neighbors, let us advise you to have j
tnnre regard for the "footsteps of your
illustrious predecessor," it will save!
i. . n. . i... i '
you UlUCil iriHlO.e l.l i.lc C!1U. j
. " . ..!
Louis. ha been dicon'inued. Its Ed- ! ;
itor. Mr. Hoyt, poesto jniltopay the ;
r. : . .. r. :..1.,; ,.f
i1U lin tr t:ti "i- 114m, ui u uvihuwi.
fe ItueTise Iaw.
J5 McLean, charged with the mur
der of Major Floyd, has upon the fourth
trial, been acquitted.
23" The people of Iowa have rcjccl-
ed their constitution, Ly about 2,500 1
I 23 The venerable Ritchie, of the
Enq-sirer, will il is thought, take charge -
Jackson, the Dorr candidate for Gov-
,.rnoI.( nas j,ccn elected in R. I?rsJ,
We urid.crs.'.jisd that Robert Kylo, long
kpo, n both in Viuciiiia and in this seo-
.tiou of Missouri, as an eKtensive dealer
" in tobacco, Las been arrested upon the
' of burning his own factory, in
the city cf St Louis.
Ef'The Hon. John C. Calhoun, is
preparing, it is said, a work which is
destined to attract n.uth attention. It is
to be devoted to the political events
transpiiing under his own knowledge.
THORNTON II FREEMAN,
Late Postmaster at Carrolton, Mo.,
1 ; .... 1 I...., ,,,
,u .....c.. j je::ccty innocent, attactcd to wa!
imprisriunent in the Penitentiary, on i0,v three or f 'tir ol them. liutt en
convictiou of having absti acted a
amount of money from the mail.
On fii li v hist, the Missi-sippi was
wiii.ia f.v" f-ot of i s gitatet height
la.st .sj.liii,:. "t S.. IViers. I he (r
tfr renorts that it was within a t.-ot
ot the c: ctiie ; "i r !"h.'J
t5, r d ! i' l ar. :', i '. . '
c e. n oa s.ti t:.c r .! .." , .
T:. G ' ' ti'iZ': ' !.
i 1 II C " : V l e rr - - --,'..
Tncrrf w-i.s ; two er it:- ; : ? ..
sa. w "l.eie.and sh :.i u ;'
w'rh rain, areat i. s fi.ct o'T.f'f 'J-e;-tv
was (ea'cd. R."j utiiicnn.
DES l UL'criVE I IKE.
Theie was a scri ms tire in . V I
on the iih mst. It broke out m th.
centre of a bloc-k bounded by F..i--vtli,
Broome. Kl.lridge, uni ran 1
streets, in a braiding occcpsed i:s ..n
India rubber factory by Air l'mch
nev. Five brich buildin-rs in the
rear were much oair.a.d. Two ,
. bu'l.lim. t brick, and
new : rick
.tie on i'Yrs' ih, ami five
u l i.ns onGr:ind were
or d .uiiige.l.
d' strov td
The Quebec .Mercury n,i ntious
the di-iatcrtnent of a coliiu, in excu
vatiou for the enlargement of a
church nt Bertheir, c. ntaining t!ic
hudv of Mrs. Moriison, who died
twenty years ago, perlectly cor.ver
m.A cTir.r. r , I .I'M. ri ii I :i
i . .' ... , '
b.-cn broker, oil. uui m.si h i re -
; tM:u.jt,j alJ(j w n,. c,., leU ! y peuifU-d.
The -olor ol the bodv was but s !-.'it- ' i ... . . -I ! ,. .
I ( J'iji :l tins llllliui. ili n't Loful 1,111
, y ch.mgei! ; the nails wcra cifcctlin :i sn:,, ;,nd w as ssnkiti', w en
tPr whtcli passed inntatti the Collin
I WRITES SMALL HAND.
j . 1 I r t
"U e onco heard o fa gen W,
! n tin vc ,: a net tn ol love at I st s lob l.
- " - - " ,
! ine ot'ieci oi ms a-iora-.ion was a
I mettv laced phi, but of her mind
;,nri .ti'posm..n ne Knew noimnj mi
,i; he as i.,trodueed. Me had made
inquiries, imn wax miormc.i sno was
; SJ.eu u.itJ ot,.fj
. by asking who.-c style .-.he preferred.
SUc replied. -I dun t huiow none of
, them cop.ts: I w i;i:ks tixn iianj.
iTimY . ,
t... ,. v.ll be ho i.e.
or - f-c ' . i
' . n i r.... ..... i
I . ' ., i.i . . i-ll:.
! Lrcast the side bone some filling.
aM a f. w dumplin'S, u.1 I f e! vei v
U1W ,. 1o.,J.i ."
V, tlkiill- liiHitcd.
THE Q U1ZZER QUIZZED.
-( 1 r"f;H''t vcasioi;, a medi..;.!
o: lessor ucliv-ri'ir or n. ; .c tl le.
iiu.fS to the ; jtl:-:. a sav kv !vikirg
.. i.c .r, ,.r .; . V. ised a
,,. o( turtiii.V'the-hm-di against
the doctor. Demounted the stage, !
''' feint! quetioii"d a. to hi dis.-t-,
ill " . sr. ... e i v uitt'-k-. I
" ,- ,
. 1 1 . I
Q i.c :ui ;i. le, idsr,,'
doctor; I nt I must
r. y i .re pa
rations. Cor.m again afu-r .(inner
and I will be readv f .r you; I'ut pay
do n five M'siliin.-".'
use man wii.i !i;te::.. : . r.ave nis -
lllll !.'IUa K'MMt'll. UUI HO
rffnr IpI tir s n i-i (4 vi 1 1 !
j hoin liie
n..;je till ho had piu some-
'E.vides,' snid the
, tnwl V(U)? You
iiar ci.fi rmv? no memorv, itmi vi-u '
wdi eitncr briN.k j ju pruniae ot lur j
tail about .t.' "
A I..nd Ismph f r. ,:, ilie crowd ts:i
psesi the,r acqu.cnno in the
" , a,:,; u T fH,"r '
'c----. "" "
down tr." '.st'. .v .'! -iivosii:
liioit h? win, d ciitr.-.- liii, tit:t hr
suli iioped innt he mi:'iit luiri ti.e ti-
b es, .ii:ii pu-.s. i;te,l t.nuself at th i a;
pointed .'sour, 'l'tie doctor re i ived
n'lii i'.h grc.it grcv.ty, and address
ing the :iti.iicli...e, said:
'Gtijtlernon nmy ttnnk it ij a joke,
but I a sure tiiem on the hoiior of :i
gcjileinan. that it is a very serious
.Ulan; and 1 hereby engage to return ,
t:e i.;oi,ey, il the bystanders d not .
ucknowledrie the cure, and th it I am ;
lairlv en.iil.'d t.) ti.e reward.'
'Pi . r .
' , -----
gave one to the man, win. niter many
ry faces tit into it sorting up
nj.it'ir.g : nd spuf.c;i i'.',ai.d txclmn:
e.i 'Why hang T.f, d ctor, if it i'
cobbler's wax !'
There!' njid vn- i!o :t r,
r.t.n.i, u i i-. cr
.'nv i.-i.lv ii..'.
ne-3 o si; JJ:
lev,. .,'! He
i. a.ir.:; l!u s a i
I.IL.i U.k.1 3 ., I .
ti l . i j
i .'.i tt e
..-..-s. c ..I
i.;?. ;i: d 1 ii rcatn c u i:
i'ilt: i HiLO'-'OniEU AND
1 HL FEliil V.MAN.
A piui "( hoi stepped or; b-iard a
i 1. 1 1 -bo.i1, i.i cross u iteam. On
his passage, l e inquired ot the ferry
man il he uuderstood arithmetic.
The man looked astonished.
Arithmetic? No, sir! I never
hi-.r-i ol it before."
l he philosopher replied. "I nm
ve'V sorry, tor ot.e quarter cf vour
i f; !s none.
A f 'W minutes after, he asked the
f iryuinr, 4llo ;,.u ki,ov un tiling
ol ii.ati ein.-.ti.'s
1 ne bo itmati smiled, and agiiin
"V( V U.en,"' sua! tin; philosopher,
"artolher q'l.ii u-r oi v air l:te is lost."
oi. i -stn '! . n a.-kjd the
-Do joj .?.dcr;.tai,d as-
Oi.! no, si: ! nev:-r i.eard cf such
, a .tang
n aaot! er
; . vv 1 1! mv tV-e-
i , ,.r v',.ur ,,'."
the Ic i i v man jmnpfd pulled of!"
I is coat, and asked il.o phi!o-oiht r,
I with crcat earnenti.ess . m ,
' j '-Jyr can oi; swim!"
! "No," said the philosopher.
I etl, then, said die leirym ip,,
t voi' a viiolk live is i.ovr, for the '
boat's goini to the bottom."
At- a recent examination
At- a recent examination of n
i schooMuth- tow n of N
i-oontv, (s i s the Ivs'lii I'ost.l one
,,f thecommittee pr.-poM'u the follow-
, ,,estior.s t.. a h..y who was stud
in the ptm-
our bod,, to -
Ans. Victuals and drink.
tlio uses of : !. vei
; (Boy is nonplussed.) Ifyo..
log in a flitch, how would jmu .ei it
lL. would hitch on n voice of
1 , . i ' .
'caii.c. LotiiiiiiLicc in in mootii
MATH EM AT I OA L EX A M 1-
N AT ION l'Al'Elt.
il. What is an eccentric; angle?
A To fish for salt herrings in so
Q. If 11 1 I ret res. :i hi a mcm-
' her ol a lorcc mpured, how Ion,
i will he hate a oonsstunt area
A. As long as Betty smuggles
I joilltf liOIll lhe Lit'ttlCH. .M II
1U matisai oo .M.-wasM-n siiea r,ULls!a.d Wilh ..in-cra,.d ihir.t, ho
wuii ug.ass t.l water the doctor ' Kg ,yrmer trnnsgrcs'sion. ar.d know,
producd a box ol flmeucd black j. sir,H be so punished again if it ev-tsl!..-..
and t i fcl.ow that ihei wnn :. .i. i ..r
NATURAL ATTRACTION. !
"1 don't like t Le left alone with
a g.il, it's olasuv apt to eet me a soft
suwdei in' a cuitin.' There is a sort
of natural attraction like in Ui
world. Two ship in n calm are
sure 0 ,,et aon side of each oiler
;t there is n wind. nnd tliev have I
:. .. , I . I.... I.., I. ... ...l. ...I - i
ii.ii.ijii.; u uu uui fii.ih ill CJC(I liiuit;
. : . ir i, . i . i
limine cues is. e:i,vrii ins uuigs
;nl il:c sh'jvel won t stand alone
!'. ihev ire sure to fiion the same
i i.e.!,j th. i, e, and be socuiMe; one l j
V il.ei:) j V... 1.- f,:i, latrine. :.u, .ir.ivn t'.nl.er,
. . . .
that's certain. If that's the caisel,,,1,,-,il'U t--eives in one of iltVf
with hard hearted things, like o:,k i children had "grown withhii. pit.wti,
iron, what is it with tender hearted j '&. strengthened ith Win .. ncih,"
things, like humans? .Shut me up in ! lin-'- ',c.v 'fd him into. rur v " n"
a 'servatory wj:h a hansum t'al "1 v. J -"-ituatioii shAtie' and -.orrvf 'uhil
rainy day, and see i( I don t thing
'ie is the nrettiest rlnwpr in it. '
vie .s the prettiest tlower
Ves UnmUli ; !,o ,t;,,nur l,ll !
. - . - C.UU . I ..... ........ I
f I . i
whenI01,IgUe I mast gh a ga '
unto , :;mi fisatbtati; lakes Use sum."
.1 an (treat on lor ocese. u s. nn. 1
.. r .
oni'.T.s. S-:m Slirlc
WDSci..ui ttl UiC lif,!e, cntracted nn
lodh.us habij of pro-aue swearin"
which they kno
iey know to be disgrace fui
tlieiiiSeives ts well as oilensive to
Hi-iven, but o! which they fnd it
ditlic.i't to correct vheinseics. C'hry
sostom has an exrelient rule to en;i
ble people to break off this censura
ble practice, "l.verv tin
oath. sas he, "rumsl.iij!
vuijidl' bv missing the next men!. ;
Soch a eiii'ii-se :is this, thcu.di trjiib !
!c,t,me t;j tj!e flL,s:, w,! pr()Ve profit-!
B,,le , ,he r)iriN nn,i rai;se quick o-kulll had gone foi lli to the w.. rid it
mellomenl. ,or Uic t..gUe will need! had cncul.ted widely; ii had poison-
no otlcr luonilor to uiake it take heed
i of s.earir.g another time, ii it Le
er coiiiiiiii i:,e tain:; cii'iiu iicii.ii
If men did but know what felicity
.dwells in tiie cottage of u irtunis
poor mat. how sound he slttps
ii.o.v cji.iet Us bre.ift I ow compixed
lis m n.i now tree trom care now
t'- lin in uil. I.'ll .... it ..M...W
- . ... . .
rnornin-2 how moi.-t hismoti'h how
.'i . . . .
'joviul nisheait u.ev wood netir
i.oiiiire ti.e n.oe, the iiisesised, tiie
stri i'u'ei f pa- on, ; ndlhe violence
ppctiies, v.lrch h,l the
.t t::o i.moiiioiis.
MATHEWS LAST JOKE.
M rhew's attendant, in his hs! i'.l
Cfs, intended to gie the patient
some u edscine. I ut. n tew moments
'after, il nas dicov red that the rupj-
urine w ms nothing bat ink, which
had Leeti taken from tho via! by mis
take, find his friend exclaimed
"Good Heavens! Mathcw?, 1 l.r.ve
giver, you ink. '
"Never never mind, my lov ), E.il these bio were poweifiil piea
ncer mind," said Mmhewtt. faiatlv ! b.-ha!:. 'Ihey' ivi'ir ' is
"I'd wallow a lit ot Lioitmg pa-j )'":!gr wife and aged nmthei. Ti.e
per." termer was a pretty and interesting
This' was lhe I.ibl j.d..: Mathews young creaime, w ith her pile cheek
ever made. " I sunken eye te'ting a b-.!e of ti.e
tnenml agot-.v she !::ul h.t 1 v er.dur-
THE ULT.ING I'ASS.'ON. e.l- The latter seemed a linestil--A
laughable storv is tol.i r.f.i mis-T,' ul a painter, as she stood wi h
who being at ha point of dciih. le -
solved to i;,ve ad his m. m-v b a
nephew t whose hands l.e'h id v
! o. r.enci mix-!if.!e I im!:iLjs.
S:im.;' c .ii.i in . .r ii.r.f u t ..
nephew s name
to leave the W.
li.vv n.in-..- Sam I m,i fi'-r.io
ind; i.nd t.i pi v. oo
all my money. V" wi! then have
oO.OOO uiily think! Vrs, I f,ei
wvaker tud weaker; i think I .shall
di-i in two or three hours. Oh.yes.l
Sum, I'm go'
giro me two'pei
inner, cen', and you nmy take the m..ney " " c nu.n,itei v. i.tr f. row
now." " contract like one in icin. and a lame
! .1 l i . .-
KEEl'.NG A GOGD TABLE.
-1 keen ;,n excellent t.ihie." said a
w ills one of hri
"That nmy be Ime, nn'am," re
; idi,.,! th Imnrr- .h.,f v..
M'.le upon it."
i SEEING THE TAME FOX.
Scene Villack Tavkhn Two
.tsavelleis drive up and order a peck
;0f oats lor their h-ose.
! First Tu.wki.i i:h ;DrawiriL t..-
i wards the stove) Landlord. I see
'oii have no "oar; co vou keep the
?i I..sni.oiin Not ex.ic.il v. iir- l-.t I
i keen a Tame Fox.
Tu.vi:Lt.i-.ii Can'i we see
Lanpi.orti Ceitainlv. Walk this
., . . .
way, gentlemen, (taking them to a
room in the rear and showing them
the table loaded with chice liquors):
what will vou take, gentlemen?
Tiuvfci.LF.rts O. nothing, nothiug
at a.l; we only wished to see lhe
The Banks ot Boston haw dcclar
c.l divideus for the last six mouths to
; the amoir.it of s -. jihj.sa
THE MOTH EU'S COUNCILS
Mfln j-yenrs tsfier their hrt rn.e--ifg.
the deformed m.d the chance
companion of his boyhood m,-,,j !o
pciher Again in a diderent
' if -ai.a
Glider lar difi'erent cireutm-trirri
Mie ol lira livi. ., .- .
A l.n r i'lTiici Tr... r.. J j . .
-.;u.-uw m, sue leurit.i rr itirp
" muriier; viler ;,s !fre
; counsel I-.r t.ie ::rcij.-cd. ei..i
- i : . .
"'. wnici was t.'io criminal.' 'i'Jr'
f f fafxions which l,f..J ... ,i.:
row in ft aniiood, U.oy h: d brft'L.J!t
him before men. chhrueii iih h
of the daikmt !ie .
- " -
trd with the transaction -'it wa ta.V.
lectin i-: the acm:.! cr
Ul'liSi CIlllH i.l i...r.
.... . .....-
1 er: nut :is isnt.n mr -n.. A
militnted trp.gly::aii;st him,' for
as h- was m.4vtrs:i!iy' known as 'n
m:in cf ungovernable temper, it wac
.'er.rrall y U.ot'gl t ilisit le linrj, in ontr
of Ida fits ol ragewhen he seemed
capt.b'e of ::ny fxces, cominiueil,
the dreaJhd deid. The j't.blic; v.,!,-.-.-was
!oid nirainst him. ar.d iranv '
her.rt'j had already condemned.
These knew not howinanv ri iniite
i:irt:i;ii,iir.ti''t'S hid :tm!i:,Cti tor
pla-' u him i;i lhe brht of a ri ni.in:.!. .
e vou Iciaid liicy reflected r j. I lw n.ucli
'a1''' ovxri jis.s-frrscrus cie t.icised
.... :.. r.,.
,1 bv It.
whi.-h his lorn.er hioltshad nwakened"
their minds. The t-ehef ,.f h,
cd idmo-,1 every ii, ind and (u.v.ened.
,tsc;f nj in a'luost e vciy heart. Be-,
fore l.o had pnsed the oideal which'
was to estil iish his gniii or ir.m.--cence,
the irioner had t,een iri!"-ririy
roitdeinned, and his advocate wi.os:
jdatyii was to see juiii.e properiv :
I -twarded, felt that il must be a migll-
ty etr.rt wh ch could .,veit the doom
which seemed almost inevitable.
To the young lawyer this was ,i
case of peculiar interest. It wnsof
more moment than any he had eer
uicd. lie had a! way s - considered '
punishment by death a tragedy that
should tc!do;.i or evei be pcili rmeil
and!:e w.:s r.o-.v p!;,cc.l in a situmh.-i, ,
wlietcliisetfoit, might have somr in
fluence to prevent u. lie fo!t thsit'
the culprit, however gui'ty in the'
eyes of the world, did iiot merit lhe
severest penalty if the hiw. Ad-'
ded to ibis the j.i ii.m. r wasone wh.c
had been the indirect means of his
own pf-.spe.-ity, r.nd he feit toward
iii.n a seiitimiM.t I gr'. I which'
would have ptooipied. hnd tl.re
been no other consideration, to ne
ev. i y e ei imn. and lo strain evcrv
j nerve, tnd to toil wi !i almo.st super-,
j l.i;:n; n ei.crv in his dei If.
! t,er u-l,? Ul'rn bfownnd hn dim eye
' '.p:,ie'.l to ..caven. as it si c soti-ht
'" 'i copula tioi. thai could
; !'e f"iTa! f.,r ir; it f so poijm.ni :w
i.'i s. i icr r.'i'ru seeii.ea n;r.i c m
' to lie fir tho Worst lor her manner w.i.
, itgnitivd and cairn, but despite af. tins
j 'uu;i: -a sue c..iiiu to lor nid
her hear, w.ni'd st ml some signs hi
e nice tospea.i m.no ii..,Mient th
words of i's inten-itv und si.tlei ii ''.
! ''" t'l"!-s "f her moirli v.cu'd ,
a Ji wooai tcsisucr C'Vet V ICSV mo-
incuts and roll unheeded and nnfclt
I r lm rowel check. Man
j 3n piv ' ,!iat v:"t assrmhly I-..,ked
M"e.-ifu!ly upon that- picture" i.fwrv
ninny n ,e,rt- ffiafr- hT.r beToro
coniieiimeo me pnsoner, now beat
with an ardent wish for loa acquittal.
During the previous thetri,
al he testimony had closed.' and the
assembled multitituuo awaited now
c.ii'n deep inteicst lhe .summing i:j
of t ounst l. After a low prelunina
rn s the prisoner's advocate rose.-r
ILs appearance was interesting ir.
the extreme nnd all eyes were in
stantly rivitcd upon Imn. He had
outgrown in one respect his rariV
'deformity, A there was nothing now
save his lameness to detract from his
personal appearance. He v.asdiea-
! personal nniiearan.
i spJ :i lain suit of the deepest :
. UI....L ...i : .1. i- '
black, which formed n fino cor.traijt
to his pule and nhr.ost marlle like
complexion. His face ever remark
able for its intellectual beauty, was
r.ow rendered strikingly elegant hy
its lofty and spirited expression. He
seemed deeply sensible of t!it -important
consequences attached lobli
cudeavois,and his manner wns digni
fied, solemn and imp:e.ssif. Je
looked calmly nioiird lhe .rxprclant
itidin. e ;m,j ti,rn .rr;or? in a