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JAMES i 11. M 6 RRIS, Editor amd Pbopbietor. WOODSFIELD, OHIO, SATURDAY, APU11Y4, 184& Vol. III. No. 4. , f ! I1' T ;,y terms. Th Spirit or Democracy is published erery Saturday at the following rates! $1 60 per annum. If paid ur advahcc. $200 " " ii paid within the year. $3 00 ' " if payment be delayed until ftu the expiration of the year. . ' fry No paper will be discontinued, except at the Option of the editor, until all arrean are paid. Otj- All communication tent by mail must be oat-paid. JlJtertitement inserted at 60 eenti per square, (fourteen line or less,) for the first iniertion, and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. One col umn one month $7 00. Three months $10. Six months 81 5. Twelve months $25. POETRY. THE DAUGHTER'S REQUEST. My father, thou hast not the tale denied; They say that ere noon to-morrow, Thou wilt bring back a radiant and smiling bride . To our lonaly house of sorrow. I should Wish thee joy of thy coming bliss, But tears are my words suppressing, I think on my mother's dying kiss And my mother's parting blessing. Yet to-morrow I hope to hide my care, ' I will still my bosom's beating, And strive to give to thy chosen fair ' A kind and courteous greeting. She will heed m not in the joyous pride ' Of herpomp, and friends and beauty, ykYi ! little need has a new-made bride Of a daughter's quiet duty. Thou gavest her Costly gems, they say, . When thy heart first fondly sought her; Dear father, one nuptial gift, I pray, ' - Bestow on thy weeping daughter. j My eye, even now, on the treasure falls ' ' I covet and ask no others It has hung Inr years on our ancient walls: ; 'Tis the portrait of my mother. , To-morrow, when all is in festal guise, 1 -' And the guests our rooms are filling, The calm, meek gaze ot those hazel eyes - Might thy soul with griet be thrilling: And a gloom on thy marriage banquet cast, Sad thoughts of their owner giving, For a fleeting twlvemonth scarce had passed Since she mingled with the living. Jf thy bride should weary or ofTond, . That portrait might waken feelings Of the love of thy fond departed friend, - And its sweet and kind revealings; Of her mind's commanding force unchecked . . By feeble or selfish weakness, Of her speech where dazzling intellect ' Was softened by Christian meekness. Then, father, grant that at once, to-night, . Ere the bridal crowd's intrusion, ... I remove tliis portrait from thy sight v To my chamber's stilt seclusion. It will nerve me to-morrow's dawn to bear, . ' It will beam on me protection When I ask of Heav'n in my faltering prayer To hallo w the new connexion. Thou wilt waken, father, in pride and glee, To renew the ties once broken, But nought upon earth remains to me - Save this sad and silent token. The husband's tears may be few and brief, He may woo and win another, But the daughter clings in unchanging grief . To the image ef her mother. i- From the Trenton Daily News. ONE DOLLAR A WEEK AND F may say to the contrary. And this had the audacity to Beize the lair hand side heard nis tatner scream ior assis- happened, unfortunately tor our shoe that held the prottered plate, and quick- tance, and attempted to drag out tne maker, to be tbe case with his pretty ly thrusting a note therein, resumed his bear, but found his strength insufficient, daughter Lucy who, just passed her gastronomic position, just as the old After many unavailing efforts, ho be- seventeenth year the sweet period m man raised himself to his seat, alter a came mucn ternnea, ana mounted nis woman's life, when the artless graces vigorous effort to rescue a fallen slice father's horse with the determination of and beauties of girlhood have ripened of that same brown bread from the seekingassistance. There was no road into full maturity-: considered .Wself claws of a half-starved cat, which sat through the wilderness, but the saga fully competent to. choos partner for eargerly watching the morsels as they cious horse, taking the direction to St. life; and her selection, from a host of fell from the table. Now, it may here Louis, carried the alarmed youth to village admirers, was young Joe Ed- be observed as a proverbial fact, that that place, where a party was soon wards, the handsome village tinker, buttered bread invariably falls buttered raised and despatched to the relief of Now, of all occupations,, in the eyes of side downwards; but in this case there the hunter. But they searched in vain old Drayton, that of a tinker was held was no such tantalizing perplexity for the place pf his captivity. From the most odious and abominable. "Not 1 for it was a standing maxim with old some cause not now recollected, the worth a tinker's curse," was his favor- Drayton, that butter injured digestion, trace ot the horse was obliterated, and ite oath and he uttered it apparently and therefore it was never seen about the boy, in his agitation, had so. tar ior- with a fervent appreciation of the ut- his premises. gotten tbe landmarks, as to be totally ter signification of its import. But eve- Lucy's heart throbbed as she grasp- unable to lead them to the spot. They rybody was not fold Drayton's mind; ed the billet; a sudden thought flashed returned after a weary and unsuccess- for young Joe had many warm and through her brain and glancing hum- ful search: the hunter was heard of no steadfast friends in the village among edly at the discernable leatures of the more, and no doubt remained of his those.too.whocoud ho duo their heads new -journeyman, she was suddenly having perished miserably in tiie cave as high as the old shoemaker himself on struck wilhthe wonderful resemblance Some years afterwards, the aperture of me score oi weaiui wnu invuuv ca- tncy uuiv w u wti ucai o, mv i ..... . . v. . ... . . ' .. . .... - I , r,. .i ir r j j j:o:...i. ..r teemed Joe tor his industry, persever- color ot n eyes me same me lorra oi so inuueu uuuauu uimuuu yi access, us nnRP. and manv other cood aualtie. the nose the shape of the chin, all the to have escaped the notice of those .. ' . . . 1 ... .', i . i i i " i lT .1 . Lucy Drayton and Joe Edwards same, "it must De mm, sne almost wno naa passea near u. iear me nn matter how it came about were exclaimed aloud; but smothering her mouth was found the skeleton of the now sworn lovers, and had been such delightful emotions, she sped hastily to bear, and within the cave, that ofthe for some time. But the old centleman, her room, tore open tne not, and, as r renenman, wim ms gun ana equip some writer has it; devoured its con- ments, an, apparently, in tne same con tents. It was short, but to the pur- dition as when he died. Thatheshould nose: have perished of hunger, from mere ina Dart Lucy Be in the shop ateightto- bility to effect his escape by removing night. If you remain unaltered, love will make the body of the bear, seems improbable, but a short journey to P- Vour devoted becnuse. SUnn0Bini? him to have been i...4l..j .u a r unable by main strength to effect this 1U suuneu mo ieii"iUGijcu Hiicau ui . 1,1 1 . l; i, i;t. uu ctu lb vvuuiu uavc uuai iiiiu uuv utile A half derisive glance at the size of no: occurred, nor he, another victim to mv nnr.lA-. and thpa at his own Dortlv the laws, now awaiting the halter. Be- ficure, seemed to intimate that . he yond this, there cannot be the slightest thought tne caution very nine wormy sympauiy iui m uuim, a mum .u of ; notice by a man of his cubicular blooded, villanous . butchery was prob- inches. He rapped the bottle on the ably never committed in mis or auy side as he had -seen the Darson loosen other ace or country; and as strongly grains of his fiery stimulant, applied it opposed as I am to capital psnishment,' in the same way, but wimout tne same 1 could yieia in mis case iu h aVViv rnniinn. tft lik rravv. and u&ed it freelv cation. . with his meat. , Perhaps ray judgment is overruled' The pepper was not long m making at this moment by my leeiings. i navo hi npniiaintnnre. hut ho resisted man- inst left the horrid scene, and you may fully the first intimations of this internal well suppose that the natural animal assailant; hemmed stoutly and repeat- emotions are me uveuesi mm uicu. pAW. no if h wore rlftterminerl to mnin- There lav a tall man, a few hours be V' " . .. - . . - . .,' .f ! ;f f tain his ground; his lace then became tore in tne prime oi me iiony years,; ui scarlet; an unnatural warmth took pos- benevolent countenance wuu aucm f his frame: the tonsils of his Iv thrust, four inches deep and one and rrlisten-U half wide in his left' breast Near ed, he dashed away a tear from his him, a child of "two years of age, with' obstructed sight, spread abroad his arms a sleeping smile upon its lace, mangled iKe Bamson groping ior tne remaining to aeam. nau-uuuuicu m a uCU lillnrs of tha temnlo of Gaza, and rose orjoosite end of the house, lay the wife - 1 7 111 . ' 1 in an agony of distress and pain, unim- and mother, her eyes open and glaring- aginable to him in his dreams before, as with horrified tnght,the third victim His first nnln wns t hat of thn rrrnnt hnn. of demoniac bUtCherV. UU a Bed IO riled hull in his own cattle vard at home, an adioining room, his head propped . . . - . . The word roar does no justice what- and tanned oy a genue nuise, recuaeu aware ot their mutual passion, had in terdicted their intercourse and the better to cure his daughter of what he called a foolish whim, had locked her up in his house, and positively forbid den Joe to cross, the threshold. But as "Cupid laughs at locksmiths," Joe determined that the sly rogue mo .1 ,1 jM . 1 ou eui, u vvuuiu nave tusi 111111 uui iiiir B! ?ur,yam' lh? .0ldLm!re.ll.y. ?url.ed lafior to have cut up and removed th 1 infts ronuesL 10 ue Liiiuvveu iu biiul uu . , ... .1 1 therefore . forthwith formed his plans .u .1 ,,u,.m,. anA ;n loa. iUn "' r"1". " " ,,1VC,.' should also laugh at lapstones. ... ,r i. nA mnnV rlnmipiU-and. if 7r "' -.,..- , euner mat lie was Bunocatea, or mat "'' . . T " ' mree nours auer uw n u-uj rpPpive.(t soma ininrv whirh H:t rMqih to oarrv olF h s imnr soned : :.- nn. nnn anA inn0 ne naa received some injury wnicii a.s 'n 1 . ' - . m iw uia, -j b. -r abled him from exertion. The "u . 0 fino.n;n " Tn. c.0U.P,e:'0.n W"T l"! "r "JZ?"' bears a name which commemorates the ,1 ... ... umii. , cnain naa nuiuiy uuuieu uum nave Edward suddenly made his appearance jjeeH seen passing from the mansion of in the shop of old Drayton, so thor- pargon to the residence of Joe oughly disguised with false whiskers Edward's uncle in V . Need we ind a black patch across his left cheek; 8av who the v were? ed: "Man's man or woman's man?" in- event. The other circumstance to which we alluded, occurred in Monroe county Illinois. There are in many parts of this country, singular, depressions or sink- 1 - J. . fi j Unusuauy cai.jr iivui, ..o ,,,, nt .l- tnn -Aaa I J J nllUAiinU Jn 1 Vll VUIUI M fell SVIil IT ItlJ U V 1 DIUVD JJPrr meeting in a point at the bottom, pre naa .cure.- "7." ? ', cisely in the shape of a funnel. At the smart new journeyman iu ma iau. . . - r nna -r ,, aoa nc u the rest; they're ail alike; lazy, vaga-1 . R. . , ... . . , , ' ter of whelps. For the purpose of des- latter, they assembled at the examining the entrance to was found to be perpendic ular, and so narrow as to render it im the usual means of disguise, in all such 'But what 'pasaei next morning at the ,liS. uoul"I: "'u'" - rP. m .,n,i nrnmlp,! that thn nhl i u l it. , r- - . basins, which the inhabitants ca I cases made and provided that tne oiu 0ld shoemaker's house? liismg at an . , ' m. tellow never suspected ne was con fronted with the lover ot his daughter. Immediately upon Joe's entrance, the following technical dialogue commenc- ever to the sound. Fortunately he did not cough. My uncle, much concerned at the incident, recommended him to allay the pungen cy with a glass of water. He caught ai mo viu lid ciuicavuicu iu oaja "Will that put it out?" and making for a huge stone jug that had been replen a hardy-looking, sinewy man, alive,but. with his breast laid open by tne mur- -. derer's knife, and every thing about him clotted with his blood. A short distance from this scene of woe, at a neighbor-.' ing house, lay a woman, aged 75 or 80' vears. stabbed to tne vuais, ana omy half-conscious of existence since dead," AN ODITTY FOUNDED ON TACT. his stall. "Ah!" muttered he, "he's no better than quired Drayton, the usual preliminary k0tfd rascals; too proud to beg, too la interrogation. "Woman's man," replied Iv. in a feigned voice. Uot your Kitr; said tne oid suoema- ietter v,n2 upon me counter. "What's i this: lei me see. auu iiuiuum iuuiu ., , .-n- i. r .Ay! returned Joe, as he removed a I hedawnin2 light, he had the gratifica- P ru" an. ! n I . r y. " mi iciiiei , aim us uuiiuu uievuns ainoii" ,n tion of reading as follows: . ' . , ,e ished, he raisedit bodily to his lips, and Upon the floorsupon the snowup- took a draught, that, had its contents on the steps tne aoors every wnere heen more centle. miaht. for its length, blood, blood marked the murderer's a cj t-i'i . . . and breadth and deDth and hemhth. track. What a night ot horror was ; have won from Bacchus the cotiquest that, in a lone house upon the wintry ofthe Indies. banks of the Owasco; no help at hand,. "Jedediah," said he as soon as he no sound heard with the groans of the could articulate, "for the land's sake, dving innocents, but the night-breeze does my mouth blaze?" upon the chilly lake! The heart shrinks, : "No." said the other, with imnertur- the hand will not trace the lines neces- bable coolness, "but it smokes consum- sarv to a recital. To-morrow they edlv. Hiram I tell vou." will all sleep beneath the snow-clad.i Another iar of water seemed to re- turf of Sand Beach Cemetery. A assure him of his safety against inter- thousand citizens of Auburn and Fictio nal combustion; and his powers of ing are preparing ta attend the funeral; speech in some measure returning, and rites. with them his entire self possession, he strode in front of mv uncle and accost. COGITATIONS OF BILLY WHITE i"v"""""'' bona rascais; too proua io uug, iou iu- ,ornr rohpin, ... zytoworkjtheyeatandglutanddrink ero Rt Joe, readi- arld swill . i wou1d'nt give a tinkers " HnS J At this moment he espied an unsealed P . )ld slioema- u..,.i;nreiinnn'tl1or;nnntr. "Whnt'u tne aen, wa ed him: "Do you know mister, that 1 took you for a parson?" "i am, indeed," said my uncle "an humble member of the cloth." "Uh you be, be you? And dD you Scene. Billy, sitting on the edge of the wharf, opposite St. Mary's Market;' 44 Well, I've bin a lookin' at that 'ere old flat, wots rapidly going to pieces, and I'm con winced that things ain't OUND." n r.f Hiiltr nlnthoa tioH nn in uuuiii ""v "-""""i "f I lion Ol reauillK s luuuvvs; i i l. .l,. .1,- , ir i dirtv cotton handkerchief, from his .,.. - w.nJ fin m .v -i . " "" i c forth n nndwfil .k jniur hn i win h-mihin rnn. i rp.k. I visits ner young at nignt, it was pro ktiniH vears since, liicid uvtch, 11 t auu uiuvi wa "KF'"ft , UUiU w - - i . . - , . rpf t v.llflirA in the interior from the tied corners, placed the "kit" on, to find either your new jour, or your lovely posed to send in a ooy to destroy tne uuu. . , I dauehter l.uey, alter you nave reau mis. nf PflnnavUania al vi aues are more unon the counter tor Joe had all the vnnr'a mni fr.rtinnaeiv. v " J .a . . l i . . ... .it I i- orless neat and pretty in Pennsylvania; trappings of an itinerate coDDier, on whelps. A fine, courageous boy, arm Job Edwards, the tinker." fu wu" 11 KU"C was a'u'br'-v llll.usl AIAr a twelverronth. however, the lnl inn caveni, wiie e, to ms s-uiprise , Ai!rcn 14, ime. inn uuuucu vmic iui mj pai h,iii ere this heard of benefit, and I was told that my walua--committed on ble services was dispensed with. Then ' i r j u: ir: .1 r.i. old mandid find the runaways-andas .T' 10 hehim8elfexpressedit,withafine.chub- shue.twlt'f,wh!f g'f'PS h.Ms: . '. . . r . . .' .j f. white teeth, and surlv voice. sufncient- bvutt e boy to ooou Ana now mey - - ' J . ' .J . . .i I ltr nnnonnred her riresenc.p. inn hov area settled down togetner in mat r --- - j ! j :n. ,:u m retreated towards the entrance, and HUNTING From "The Prairie." EXPLOITS. nn old miserlv son of St. Crisoin, nam- a foot-tramp ed Diavton. He had risen from the "Wages?" inquired Joe, laconically simple awl and lapstono to the posses- - "One dollar a week and find ye," re sion of considerable wealth. As his plied "old Drayton. t . 1 . t " : I I, t J 1 1 . am. ... I. HJ A rwn rlcries increased, me more avanciuun i . wpe uoiiur n wcc uuu - uuu hw, . H.4.xnl nMy4 nAmmnn t '1 1 1 1 n fT I mnr tflrnH thAllirh fflllitf thon. n n, k..6. .Q.,ntil tlnallv. p.onl.1 nrnt1v. after a little consideration, he .t.n.m.i..n tron- and hPnflvn. called to his friends, to inform them that :"::-"rr'" Thementoid u ' .u o tima for Tho hnr.-iin rWd. Jo immftdintel v L: 0u AirarBn hnnnilr him that he was mistaken; that the old him. Ha always agreed to give a cer- donned a leather apron, rolled up his 0nriled; as amiable and affectionate a wolf never staid w-ith her young m day lain sum per weet to-the luckless sleeves, and went to work (as he had family circle, as your kind reader might advised him to go boldly up wight who sought employment, and engaged as a "woman's man") stitching des,r t0 see. ' the bed and destroy the . Ut ter. The "find"' him. had rare and choice was one of those neat receptacles of a pret tha fare on which he recaled his men: tv foot a lady's gaiter. Uut some rare, from the excessive scarcity of the how or other, Joe's ideas seemed dis- provender itself and choice, inasmuch posed to wander almost upon any thing as it was nicely chosen from the leav- else than upon the exactness or even- " . i" l I a.L.-1 am j-.1rM4 AtC At U!a 1 4Vt A 0 frV til 1 1 K lllCt QIIYt. basket. No one could tell better than ilitude, they might well have been com- familiar to every schoolboy ; but it is not have killed him, had he not defended fhntunrhnd ventures ar himself with resolution, une or two r VL' r kA u,. ,b.,u L - ranna ; i.W Thi. k. nn m.an- uncommon. The vouth- of the men now succeeded in effecting possibly subsist-indeed, he had almost luckily escaped the old man's eye, who ful achievement of the gallant revolu- an entrance, torches were introduced, 1-aAnr.nA Ana ni hi fnvoritft tVinoripR to I nnnpnrpd. on the contrarv. miehtilv tionarv hero, has acauired dignity from the wolt shot, - ana ner otispnng aes a settled practice, and that was this: pleased at the expertness of .Joe's fing- the brilliancy of his after life, which was troyeu If a chameleon, he would argue, couio ers, ana mwaraiy congrmunueu uunseu aaornea wun u iuujj uoi ui inu. uu Y iTMPf F TUP PARSON . . ; L. ...J.UI,. :.t....:nn mQ,U nn.r.A harrrnin hv en. Lntrlnlln totrlt. uihpn in f:lf!t this fix- Au 1 u uuwwn, live Onnauglll Hclillcr llicai uuiuiiur, uinaviug uiauo o juvu uu.6. .j muiuh. ......... ... whileenclosed in an air-tight glass case, gaging the services of so brisk a work- ploit is one of ordinary occurrence whi- i.U nnt man iist limnlv oD man. '. ;imong our resolute hunters. We se- nir na hrthnd . nominrr nn "it did. In due time Joe was called to dinner; lect tiie following two instances, both without cost, clear and wholesome from and his heart almost leaped into his of which are well authenticated, "(the heavens above him without those throat at the thought of again beholding Many years ago, a Frenchman, with xpnsive, and, in his opinion, unne- his charming Lucy. They, you must his son, was minting in apart ot mis boy, .thinking that the darkness of the cove might have deceived him, returned advanced boldly, and laid his hand upon the she wolf, who sprang upon him, and dt a backwoodsman. bit him verv severely, before he could The story of Putnam and the wolf is effect his retreat, and would probably think it is any how consistent with your coin' on right.' lve noticed tor some calling to travel about the country in years that somethin was a brewin, this here way carrying hell fire in your and now 1 know that there'll be h 11 breeches?" - - tj oav and no pitch hot. When the C nrnAxr mav hrnifA nut I inind 'ttiA THW AWPITr. TTJ AflPnV IV O AVTTRA Ava.mur - j-. . . j i .ur it m.:i... re2 lars, UUl me ivuiuei ui aeicu a inwt Auburn, N.Y., M.".rch 14, 1846. nin concert uuuc iui uijr paii,i You have doubtless l-ia horrililrt mirAfr TKiirodnn nirrht. lnet vthin thro and the paltroon business about wan uam a halt miies of this town. The murder- seller, up there by Albany, come in'- er, Freeman, was arrested at Phoenix, "ke a streak ot luck, out some ieuers - i,.-- ...... . .i, rnnnj. swore that 1 was an Incun. and I had im Ilia uay iu kiic iauuuu uue auu i - ... '. . i. ,mni,t Krmih Aiihnrn to tl. ckkiio to eave the millingtary agm", loriear of eettin' lynched. Tiien I offered my ' n,r fr,iin;o.i hvnn -.moncif.onprnrP services to the Rogue Islanders, and . of people, who were with great difficul- got a bagonet wound in the hip for my IvrsclrmnKH rnm hntfhpnnfT him nn dewoieu pail luusin. uuar ciii i .j i i . . . . I If T r.l m. n mhA KOSI . the soot. Some five or six hundred ere i am m noiu, a ougct more assembled at the jail for the pur- fought, bled, and died, ana yit my wia- pose of lynching him, but. were defeat- aer am t got no muueiauuu uum w tlu nfTi. ernment! cers who had him in their custody. He " Texas wasathrivin' place afor them is a short, Br John Waters, is the title of a capital thing in the January number o the Knickerbocker. We copy the con eluding portion: At the dinner table our "parson" takes a bottle of cayenne pepper from xpeilHlve, UUU, in Ilia uuiuiwu, urnio- uu bimnuiug uu J j"- .".-" - a - r - , 1... u. ...;unl cefsary adjcls, roast Lf and plum knowhad benseparated. Having wounded a large TMiddmrr? He would often cdifv his and if it is true, as averred, that a day bt. Louis. rrion ; with dissfirtntions nrinn this in- is an aorn to lovers so suited. Joe and bear, the animal took refuge in a cave, structive and prolific theme, while at Lucy must, almost have grown gray the ; aperture leading into which, was the table with many happy illustra- since their last meeting. so Hinall as barely to admit its passage, tions of its practical operation, at one Seated at the table, it was Joe's The hunter, leaving his son. without, i . ai . .... ...:r..H .. . j r." a' U. KtMA HUnei mnA. mnton tl tt nre nn raA in ifnw. nrA with ;inieana tiunouierey- gooa lortuae iu F.i-ou u u.u,. yi'V" ua la" r rl: j " .1 . "u L.;.7iLTw oitd hv th n.nnr. l..l.i..i nrrA.j..uA k..n..if mnn i i,..,. orii una rMinfT i anma n in mill i v nrflw nm lutuv lihuliuu i s"""1 j " "l J '"rr."! TV moilllliui VI IUUU mo liuugij mau i sua ins ucv vwu uui-i , . i bv.iv . .-. ,o. ,. ..,. .li.-.tl,.. V. I. 3 t l: .if - ....i..: . -ruli..-' ,nMn iu;.!. onimnxo. Inv no- reached condiment that was altogether new to WOUia timiaiy put into n iiwuui. . 'o ,uraul UV"" II. j j ki. .nd nrc.Winr that the effect wan Now. it was the old gentleman's was at a loss to account ior tne sun- tne interior oi me cave, no uibuiiuiucu r- -o. v . . ... i I . . . . . . r .i The two farmers were attentive to all his movements. The addition ofthe sauce, when there was such a full sup ply of gravy in the dish, seemed to them merely a superfluity; but the ex ploring genius of Aiax lelamon was good fortune to have an amiable and dry sly winks cast at her by her fath- his piece with so true an aim as to in- grateiui ana PPeu,n8 f i.iin,mhi0rmoStoldtTfintlemen er's new iournevman-esDeciallv as flict a mortal wound upon the bear, said he, "would you. have the good l- : .?-.. iii.. k- i,. 1j u. .k-.. Tka itt-mch.d forward. and nnssino- to let me taste a little ot y nav9, or ougnt to nave, 11 mey iuuv sue uvii,u , umi, tut; ,. nn (jum iv. .m .-, r ' 4 Vim anrintiirni nommnnd nnd marrv. whenever the old man's head was turn- the man, attempted to escape from the salt ( , . T-i5n,,thtr..hAi.r.1r not nn. ed in another directions and when Joe cave, but on reaching the. narrowest "VVith pleasure, replied the ...irnfhArtrn,1woanmhlA1.inrr. o-pntlv touched her orettv foot beneath Dart of the passage, through which it "but I must apprise you that it 1 ' . .1 . ..l .1. - .-1.- .u-:. fi..uu ,uK.nn in ho. iiv ninrm. Ud ntred with some difficulty, the per. and not salt; pepper of the especially wu y . . v .' w ,hnri,- .11 n. 'hft OTa .ir-nrrth of tha animal failed, and it ex- est force, that I received it from a nrairv rimum ill luia HLiiiin iLtiuusuuic nu uui .. . w w . ... nesss our red parson is pep strong- , friend I . . . m . I mi . a il I ha t-ti onH onul 'ta . hnnd 1V1 rr ir -n... A nt n A tn I hnn nnl .an ntnot hrown hrenrt to Joei I nirnd. lllfi entrance IO OI CJi WM iu uu uuuiw. iwu.ue, uuuu."6 young wiiuw, uc,f" , u " ' . r -. .1 .ui "I' i:" J-.IiJ k tk. to him.a verv few ffrtins ro a creat have him. come what may-r-wnatever wun many nnagiviuj; pi: puw cvuipcvcij j wU.wv.o -, - - 0 - - c- - o austere papas or calculating mammas j pnety 01 the act tne young unman 1 01 tne animai, jh buysh ; 1 1 . L... a. dark negro, about twenty-one reg iars campea at corpus u-nnsii, uuv of age, and has been out of the there ain't no chance there lor a teueri -Prison nnl v sir months. whm hn now. The fact is, Texas is agoin' ahed years SJtntn had been for five vears: beincr placed too fast, and civilization will bust his there as his school in the most impres- biler before long. Think how that ihU oeriod of his life. Horrihle as country is progressiu'! At Corpus was his crime justly furious as is the Chnsti, three month ago, 1 was totin whole communitv heart-rendin? as is off a kegot whiskey, to have it inspect- the sight of the "innocent slaughtered ed,when the guard cotch me,and swore victimsof his fiendish rage one can- Iwasgoin' tostealit! Me steal! Me!, not but feel that the state has been his Kedickerlous idea! . Well, tney nog. m-inciole teacher. What else can be Red me, and set me adnit, and t cum expected than that the pupil will follow here ta Orleens; and how was I treat the hent of his teao.hinrr? He claims ed! 1 appeals to justice and to poster to have been falsely imprisoned that ity as to howl-Got tuk up the first the horse with which he was found, was week, accused of larcenyynerely 'cause rri.fon him in. rrn nn orrnnri. nn hv n In II. I I lOrmWCfl .1 D UZ OI leUU. WlltJU KIO vii as 1 1 a 1 tiv v ia viiuuu via mj k amis, i - - k J rrrown man. and that hp. a hov of sir. OWner Wasn't in. Sent to the IXOrfc pon' did not thinlr nf inniiirinrr intn ihu House cot mv head deprived of its right of ownership that he meditatcfl nateral kivering; and if war breaks out ; his revenge during the last year of his agin', and I'm sent on the Northern imprisonment, and fora Ions time plan- frontier, won't I ketch cold f un no, nnd tlia moda of its nnpomn1iVimnt. I of course not! Notl! Hour it has ripen ATPfiifpd. nnd on mic. "Well.llepublicsisungraceful that's taken victims, (for it was another Van one kumfort; and if there's any fuss , Ness who testified against him) the about Oregon, I'll show 'em that I kin. horrified nnhlin have haaii. Had this forerit and forgive. Hut war must kum benighted wretch, on conviction at that sotn.or my walor will explode. There's ci ri t nrrp. j iiBinur miiiTTr nr innnrpnr. uuii v a aaiiii v j - been placed in a House of Correction, hereyeson that must lead to differculty: nJ n.i.inif nnrtmn n( iU nm. Franca and England love each other ceeds of his labor; a spirit of bene vo- like pison, but Lewis Thillips is too old lence and forgiveness inculcated by for Wictoria, and don't help her along the precept and practice of those for nothin'. There 11 be a bust between ubout : him, instead of the revenge 'era 'forelong, and then look out for and indifference manifested, added to squalls: England ain't paid her rent hA aeveritv of orison discinline. oft ren'larlv in Oregon, and her old iana the one hand, and communication with lord, Kpngress, has given her notice to me most hardened, matured criminals quit to move out bag and baggage. 1 on the other, this dreadfu tracedv had wuh 1 was the onstaoie uiaiuau i , 7 a y J-