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M. G. DAY18 .
701. HI, CITY OF CARROLLTON, PARISH OF JEFFERSON, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1881. NO. 91.
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Terms of the raper. on'i
Vo MME II111, (tf the "Ca-rrotl',n S-n" will ,egiln C
on the 2:h1 June, instant : it will ' 1 prtinted as
heretofort, ili ti.dt typ Illl fair papeir, ntl ant
isfune to Sltl eihtot 'ri ait rii -d ollars pr voilinnle
iof lI1 in tbrie rs, it Iai orb lb r t tiore of t
thIe volumet ; if paitd for I N .1) ANt(:E, o 1 te1
the c tse of theo iir-t hitl-. ,hitnl:t" oi'.:2 iii i
hres, fotr dollars Neil to- r.(.c ived tfor tllt i nti re
vollume but it not paid bifo re the end of teh
full volol l'u 11' 1(011 il, ihers, si.t doIllatrs will, iii sti
a11 istalctes. Ie ' rrtnlird. lei
LTo Subscriltin will he received for t atis term
tlamn tlto'- Vo ltl. , w llel.0 1iiti I 1f1 IN A.DVAN(t.
ulttl to St;ltlat a it tiii th ; the pal -.' xwill niot
be diti5co iilll.ti 1 ttt illtr i e l ,,,o e t., r:. 11,tt -,, flCe
R[llut of d trlq.tiilg -1
All Adrertise ,"nat twill he ehtI arg1 i i't (one lohtir,
per square ,t i t 0N I..151 t l Oe1 . I: , itt' t .t
tand lift. t.jt t ' iii ti,1l i-tih ,-111 "nt itii 1,toe ile"
A ll O ittt'l'tl xlrniiltt ti e" 1 nl: tiri S ifd itu- ott- iii
t : isu .ars. 1i. I t.r a'IIo "it, j
Ai dl.t i2 0lttllt ,t i-l ) i
month, "-I ; 1 \v ;m'lth. 1
3to . l 0ths.: i notls: 12* . Ilths .
1 dquare .... ..$ S tO ...... 40 (0....$12 o,)
... 1o5 00...... 16 00...... 1s (00
3 do t...... 00t...... ° - O0...... .. - 00
1 do .. . 500...... 0S 00.... . , (1 0
do ...... 5 O0....e .. 30 10 1 ..... A 00 t) I
7 do ..r .... 0 00...... 35 il ...... 480 (0
8 do ......... 32 00 ...... 40 O0....... 45 110
0 do ...... 40 00:..... 45 00 ...... s0 00
0 do .. .4 00...... S0(o ...... g5 00
it do ...or 00City ces... 5 0 .... 00
12 do ...... 55 00 ...... 60 00 ...... 65 00
For State Otfees,......... ............. $10 00
For Parisht Ofl 'es, .......... .. .... 8 00
For Town or City Offiees .......... ... . 5 00
Burning the Will.
A Trale of Real Life.
It was dusk as Algernon opened the of
do1ri t of a sumptuous apartlnellt in which st
was at nurseo, 1now imUrult'rillg it. prayer,
cli now falling back, half asleep, in tl
-eor rmn chair, and the bed was so ar- d
ranged, that any one entering the room ri
AZull perceive the livid face of the old o
an1111 who a few hours before had breath- s
ed his last, 'Tiho noise made by Al
er'lllon, iawoke, the l'nurse froll he('r slutl- a
be'rr She shooik he.r hea1d.
'. (Goold ittrninig, sir; y)outt cotta' t, i
lotk )bll(c' lilmore att yotur lor i1l('i le ?
See ! one would think Iio slhpt; it smii'
is on his conntenatnce. Alas; thoiseo
eycs are closetd for evermore.' a
'Yes, Mtr~tret,' aiiswered Algerinotn,
'bout you had bItter go, and rest vur
sself. 1I will watch over the corp se.'
BHut.. sir -
,(:f to the din.iig room, nurse, your
breakfast is ready-i go.' 4
And under this betnevolent clause lhe
glnitly pushied her out of the room, atid
sat down o0n t!lt' chair she had occupied,
,after which, castinig a glance at his
Sdead uncle, hlie qopnedl thi ctrtainis, and
'He is diad at last ! I shall be riroh
" No soonertt h tad hi prolunced thl.-c
words, thatn he withdrew a bulCh ofi
keys from tlll ter the pillow, irii t, lh
desk ill which flit' will was contlan ,d,
opend it antd Ie:1 tg it reaitt x-g-
'1 ctlllmtitute mvyý nl|, 'hewt, Algrn(
Sloper, sole executr.'
'It was time,' c xclaiv:n,,, tllt h(i'..
t'I . tmientitledt to what the law n: , t,,
cilety acknowledle iy righlt.'
And Alger'l'l| , who, to'r i||,re ina
two years had f,.ared thft his ,111 l,"
w'Ont1l forget him, cntiniu.,d tls:
',to,· rd , t m hiiy ith'(t d,|ri'o. I: li: ,
'Twvo thousand put-,l, en(1h to, th, ,o,"
p,,n, le, who\ :re ri,. en,,, witri wlthat
. l ,w ,vcr, 1 w il;,.,. .3h|.'." :".l.ut, ai - it
c r1-.p r a 1 11 ti . W
uncle, the story was true. This I will
certainly not pay, I will see MIartin, hei
and make him understand the disgrace
that would infallably befall him were poi
lie to accept such a legacy; and if he is
persists, we will go to law. 'Moro e c
still!' exclaimed the heir, turning the 501
'I bequeath £3,t000 to Miss Chester- le
field. daughter of a Irave officer, killed h
ol the field if hattle. whom I do) nott
wish to know want.'
'To her ? WVhy the cross-grained vb
flirt has rejected eic ! She shall not
touc(h a p1ony (X it. Ah ! here's another
I'There is now living inii London, a
yottunI Iarrist er, whain my nephew ed
Algcrnion knuws perfectly well.-Ie as
is poor, but virtuous and talented-Is
hequeath to the said Edward Ingestrie
the sum of .£,000.
'Five thousand pounds !' exclaimed be
Algernon, throwing the will on the
floor. 'Five thousand to Ingestrie, tal
my rival, my successful rival in the Y
affections of Isabel Chesterfield. Nev- ul
Algernon got up,appronched the win- wl
dow,opened it notwithistainding thecold,
overlooked a landscape of beautiful ti
meadows, on which innumerable flocks ie
were resting. The 't'hames rolled its re
waves through the estate, and further so
on were forests, forming part of the a
succession lie was entitled to. in
'All this :s Iineu now; the wool of w:
these flocks--these ftrests---the pro- es
duce of the fields-all belong to Inm by be
right. I am the heir, anid almhnost the to
only relation, to to the late possessor. V
Shall I defraud myself by paying friv- di
olous legacies ? Supp.ose now,' said he,
after lie had shut the window nud re- -
suinted hiis seat near the fire, 'suppose
my iu;cle had Int mnalo a will at all;
to whiti would all these riches coei ?
To a141, 4,l y to lM they lawfully belong:
and all ail.-fracted thierefrom, is theft
at Ily exptrlle.'
And the evil spirits of averice, cu- P
pidity auid :selfisihness, totok plosessio ll
of this unigrateful nephew. lie ftirgt
that he never had been loving and du
tiful to tis uncle, but the reverse. I is
disgr;cefftl couduct hadl, indeed, frte- -
clie tily irritated his rich relative. In
terested views alone had caused hiimni
to allppro'ieh for two years past; and
lnow, without iany moral consideration
whlatever---just, ii.-t-i ing to ascertain
I w'lether l ty nte V'iWs cmining-hi thri '1w
t e will i nto lit lire.
In tli:c i .I:ntime I lmust intr uee tihe
t ',.:cleeIlor to the ,uait - Unrri,,r, who, ly,
the =. tr':e 'in( , ts ne t just desc( ri,tE is l it
in a : - I ct1 ilt s, ii I allied to d(it Iltin.'
Fdwar ni I(.11 Lie was d.eniz,.n of f I
s t fr l lily
~(' S .,'a"i ! i vant. 1h,1',r,.i ,llthe'; ogl,},y ~
,,f ,l, f" .: , it hol: es. heijhlte. 'd by the
I, , v l '1. ,', 1 i. ..' , . tI n.
:1 .,1 "1 s, ,a ti i- , l !, ' .1, r 'th e
Sw orst : (. , +n,, , he u ite,,. i " il
,,; v, :, s i; :;nnihliut,'l! A ll is now, n
f v ill I uit ul i ; n-l:,,i f r ; vl r.'
• 'Tlen it will be found,' addet d the to i
heir.. ie v
'It i in that desk,' said the notnrv, plea
pointing, 'and your duty, Mr. Algernio rests
is to enforce its heinii& looked for dir had
ectly. All the servaznts must be pre- do i
'Do as you think proper,' rejoined the to e
neph w. A
T'1'ie people of the house 'ere called; non
the keys were withdrawn from under in v
the pillow ; the desk was opened, and oug
the stearch, of course, was of no avail'
whatever. Tile old notary, ordering ' yoi
every body out, ;Qmained alone with men
'It is impossible ?' said he, thatthere tim<
should be no will' for your nnole engag
ed before g'Yto' make one, and he mno
assured me yesterla that~i~ ad kept '.
his word.' . of
'I)o you suspef my'ho r.'
'It is very strange that o'?iould ope
be found here alone ; but I do' not sus- in 1
poet any body's honor,' said the no- ago
tary ; 'nevertheless,, listen"a to, me. dep
Your youth has been dissipated; your here
uncle deemed it vicious. Many a.time YoU
have deserved the wrath of one, to Ing
whom, though you expecteds: -fortune, to s
your conduct was such t ago, unl
that you wero expelled froei house; I
he would have disinherited but I the
remonstrated that you were`. "nly had
son of a brother dearly belov e Aof per
a sister-in law to whom he ~ pro- hal:
missed to think of your prospects. I Mr.
F was but too happy to restore you to his
esteem. Since that you have behaved ''ti
better, or at least you have appeared so insi
to do. God knows whether your con- ;'
version has been sincere. Your uncle Ar
doubted it much.' yoe
'Wias my uncle so unjust?' exclaim- wil
ed AlMgerrnoin. is 1
'I have had the greatest trouble to a
institute you his heir.'
SThe old fox has forgotten hinlself fi
The notary coniitiniued, 'another ])r-
son was also mainly instrumentldl i ill //
priomotiing your favor withi your uiclh.-
Svur friend Edward Ingestrio.'
't 'Uimph!' observed the hair, surlily, Ir
SI think not !' lin
'Now let, us suppose that s his testa
ment is not found, what will you dIi,
'What shall I do?~ ansiwIeredl the
youing millni. 'I will enjoy miy uiicle'.s
'I 1r curse ; bit vun e:snnot thi.ui
y our nI(.lI wond . 1'ut'lt .i-h rson
h, w,,uld lrI,,vih. for.'
"11h'] h:tIl wvi-l d, t, h nl Iw w,, bl,] hint's','
'I ' .-t * w t.ll vton e('e t, wli'h in I
't all prob, ilitv iý news to ,ou. ' "ur
H n- rl, hlts a Child.'
" ' (, l,t,., sir,' rj0 i ,1 A lgrnon. jo:
t i, .hly. ' ,i (.nl 'nntl i 'te vy i 'le, and '
Y yo r" frie td. 1,,w is tli. ?'
' 1 1 t un iit etrllest,' rp ,lied MiIr. Martin, '
t anigrily. 'lly i. ],fir"iv e t0 ut fortf n
ate att'rhi, o b..'now, ' the father of
e : ,he i u.: n ; .xi.ell.ent v,, , n i t n .I:
n tithrou ttgth, lv eis i,,t, r'l ,.,- h, ,u ,i-i. I,
, n .el'''s i nttntion ?'
ht wtloI l)tve eoulnt , ,I lt inte .- ;
I hatv too , Ill o 'h VN't:, ration i ',,'r Ii
n ioio 'ar in 1. .ti,.v, it.'
n It i n t , :0,1 I van :,sur- ;,,,
1 .. : ·. . .X , , , : . I w l . v ,, , , . i .
,, °i'i ,' . ,l ,vv i, it, 1 ,, , , ] , i l
to leave to others thei foirtuno which
he wus at liberty to dispose of as he 'an
pleased; I have calmed him--I have hot
restored you to the favor which you to
had lost ; now, if thoe will be not found,
do foir others what tllhey would have wit
done for you, or else I shall be obliged to"
to exact justice.' '1'h
Affecting to obey the notary; Alger- thi
non opened all the drawers of the desk, del
in Which Martin suggested that the will
ought to be found.
' You see, sir,' exclaimed Algornon, g
'you must have misunderstood thet
meaning of my uncle's words, or he (I
could not have been conscious at the lie
I You are certain, then, that your sa
uncle l6ft no will.' i
' So it seems; and you must now 'e .
of the same opinion.' l
SWe shall see,' said Mr. Maitin,
opening the door to call all the persa U
in *te adjoining room. ' Two ye
ago, Mr. Sloper made a will4 which
deposited in my hands; therein dialn m
herit is nephew, and aeknowledges a a
young man of the name of "Tdward th
Ingest as his ; I have dirootions
to enfoe the : tion of this will, ;
unless onf, a later date be found.'
By a ni oident the nurse opened
the wipdowthrough which Algernon
had viewed' his flocks, and Mr. Martin d
perceived near it a small bit of paper, *i,
half burnt, on which he distinguished
Mr. Sloper's hand writing.
' Ah !' remarked the good notary e]
''tis plain enough. Let some one
instantly post to town, and apprise in
Edward Ingentrie of his good fortune. pi
Are you. going, Jephson ? 'Tis well! ir
you are an honest fellow; and tto you I h!
will confide also another charge. Here
is mly card; call at-- and present it; .i
and Irinig with you, at the same time, g
a younig lady. nameu d IsaIbel (:lhestr- ,,
fi<cIl. E'dward, if I conjecture ariglit, o
would have no olbjection, ito h111r ias a
(.olmplun ion on ia i.uch ltonigr journey c
'I'rltrl .-- BY I!. II. L.KlMENTS.
'l'Tir t n1.t the one you love, I
'rllt - t Itle one t hat loves you,
iit trust the t hte above, ,
'Fronti whoIt. lthat love you first drew. tl
I'rist 1o.t1 to friendship's guile,
"'is lt.ao t-lotit to deceiv( )yoIt ;
\V 1 II 1,rn iII love's best smile
''l " c(hlInc s are 'twill grieve youl.
'lrt. not toi words Ilit dlee.di, 3
'l1'1,}y ti(ll their Il4ier stir , r
A ,ll iii the Soi l's high nIields,
A i' l t- rii S of its glory.
Tr1ol si ot i , oli t ,r tI jlS, f
In--ion is ,ft the w1 tI er
n '1'11,1 it ,, i l i- that il(l 11t s -
1, liiYhtnilg i ml lti h1) (th c thin,
Yt',t f1r..1S by letatih thbl o' plti v4',
I ''h I ,,s u" f srifail( i, in,,
,h:Ill 10 .4" thy tr t 11011', n ,tivl,.
u, TIre-I w he t ill'-1ir4 1h1' 1, 11 :t-I.
. W ith 1111114t ;ur ll und lty's -114 elend r,
. '-, , lth t w hi,. n , ,h it, I ,
I ' 1;r t1. 1 w.ii . ' i . bl-,h t 1.. , 1 -
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T \ 1, .. s ,. b . . ,bh l m:, .\I ' ; , l )i l.
'.1 have no parents,' was the reply,
'andl have just run away from the work
house, because they would not teach me
'T'ho gentlolmlth made arrangements
with the authoritos of the town, and
took the boy into his own family.
'There ho learned to read. Nor was
this all. lie soon acquired the: tonfi
deuce of his new associates by faithful
noss and honesty. Ile was alltod to
his friend's library and made kapid pro
gross in the acquisition of knowledge.
It becanme necessary after a while that
Georgo should leavo Mr. Gallaudet, and
hle became apprentice to a cabinet
maker in the neighborhood. There the
same integrity won for him the favorof
his new associates. To gratify his
inclination for study, his master had a
little room furnished for him in the
upper art of the shop, where he devoted
,his lis .liire o his favorite persuits.
lHe arge attainments in
mathemltien the Friench languages
and other b Ves After being in
this iftuatio k.jw years, sitting at tea
with the fmn.if one evening, he all qI,
onte remarked that he wanted to go to
'Go to France !' said >1 master, sur
plised that the apparently contented
aMd ha py youth should thus sud
denly become dissatisfied with his
situatian; 'for what '
'Ask Mr. Gallaudet to tea toqmorrow
evening.' continued Gqorge, 'and I will
ITis kitd friend was invited accord
.ingly. At tea time the apprentice
presonted himself with his manuscripts
in English and French: and explained
his aibgular intention to go to France.
'In the time of Napoleon,' said he,
'a prize was offered by the French
governmrent for the simplest rule of
Illclnstlrilg plane sul'faces, of whatever
ontline. 'The prizo has never been
awarded, and that method I have dis
11o then domolnstrated his problem,
to the sulprise and gratification of his
frields, who iunnediately furnisheod
himl with tlhe means of defraying his
exlpenlles, with letters of introuduction
to tlihe 11l. i owis (cass, then our
liister to thi court of France. lie
was ilt rudulced to Louis Phillippo,
null ill tihe il'sence of the 'king, nobles
uml plenipote'ntiariies, this Aminrican
yoLuth demIl straLted his problem, and
received'll Ih.e p laudits oi the court,
11e received thei lprize', whlichl he had
clhi rly wlln, lhenids se:vcral prutents
from the king.
I1 thun t1,,k letters of introduction,
n11l pl es. 1l,,lld to the ('c,urt of St.
.JMitll's, n11l1 too i upI a similar prizo.
,,l'.rcll Iby t11he Ituoy l S,:eiety, iand
r'1tiI'rn.l I to, the Ilniitd ' St.atesh .
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