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A. P. DURLIN & PROPRIETORS
3. r. gr. oans editor.
OFFICE, CORNER STATE ST. AND POILIC
TERMS '4 THE PAPER. .
Clts othscrihers by the Carrier. at - .-
tit wail, or at Weather. in au va nee. Lati
U II )tot paid tii advance.ot within thtec months tram the t i lia.
47(.04CrIbille, two dollars will he charged. : .
tt.. - /A I l ColollrillileatiOlts end he poet p9id. I
KATES OF AUVLK.TISING. -
cards not exceeding 4 label. one )ew! /3,00
1 Otic mg wifei4oo
I do. do. wiz mantas, 1 - 6.00
do. do. three months. . ) 3.00
Thawient ad t erusewents.stl rents per square. of fifteen lines or
i e ., ~ r the hr., insertion. 1.3 routs far each sidoetwent initerti•iit.
'3. I %will) ailtertAers hat e the Kistler of ehatigina at altemsore.
t.. ia I t kiln! a fOil atfiyeti tO occult) wore lha t e t w ee w efea . em f f a
it hatted tolitsr intnieliate bossiness: .
Advertisements alto haring other du/varies, a ill be inserted till
f,..•,,1 ~,Irl f fhirged acccirdingly..
M: 1114 I J ST:AP 0 I:4014 (0 :431i
tfft.qtatt. Steamboat Avila, office at R. J. Roger's flat Store
•ireet l.rre ra.
CLARK & METCALF,
VVEI. , t ra tr. e and r tail thruherio in Dry Goods, earprra, and pry
Gro , erles Po. 1 Kced House.
W ILLiAMS & W REGIIT
('oil c tors awl Waters in-Gold and maser coin. nneur
rr , 1 .Iluney. Land Warrants and cerutienu•.u( Ueporne. Also
6,cht i•r.,11- on the principal cams of the Union. and all parts
uf +he )Itl ( * Count ey fur sale. °nice, corner Of
rate-u.. ant Public 'agnate.
ILLIAMI O. I. WatIGHT.
, J G. & W.. I. 3 , 111 1 L5.
( roar eits and it'hoierale De.aersin Groceries. Wales, Liquors.
r'!gars.—Aho. Foreign fruit. Awls. Pic.kles and mated Oys
ter, 1'4,1,•ter., l'rei.er‘es. and Ilerinetricady Sealed artrles Ut
eery detriplitm aln ay* Oil 1)494. NO 3. Wttlion's Slut k,
ftenwn'a.New 110 1 61. lifleer-a
J I; 111 , I New %Vs. I. Mild... Uutralo. •
Also, receiv 'lir in their i-easoti. Oysters to stieli,truan J. AMC
llcl-at New York, winch s b, allow Prices.
A. C. Jacas.et, Agent. Erie. ra.
DURLIN & SLOAN.
pIi..SLEItS rlaisac4l. 'r;e-ist.ot and .111..crii.,nrous Book., Blank I
Ilw~r,1.114.oler). and l'utart'. Carat, Nu. V, liii.rou'r
POYNrELL JOHNSTON %I. D.
tlrn. ?u. re-plc:tee uu 6th street, two doors Wo.t. Of
T: W. - bIOOItE.
Grocerir, PIOV tV I hef t I.tquur., Candies. Fri
- & r.. (Inr Iluur below tuufttio & Co's. State *lion. t.i si
.iOtIN B COOK.
'n Maple & Fancy Itry ti,catd.. llit , l lite Gres' et variety
'Lure in the Cil). Clir.ll.l.ldr. Lew. Pa.
S i Ettiti."lE & . Ga.% Y. « _
fArorr eff. Jahher- and re‘all Deafer-in uVe .ind Dry - Groeeriet
l'.‘j e.ns. ilthiure. Forms, lima Itoniestie Fruit. irVkTelen,
; IA ,:t.,lt at 44 buns ii•are. Fleur. kWh, dal I. 1:14.6, Marls. Punt
, set .-te. 4:ans.:tarty P.s.e. &C.. ise. French SliefeL. Oppo•
r,lr I e Heed *louse. Erie. l'a.
5 b: -t-:-1,...iii and rdnal &Om. Vessels. Hotels. mid Private
' f a.,.iit ,p , uppried with' may ul , the atrot a Lilian. with pruuipt.
• t,... Att,..o.eirs elwe4l3 ' I .
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11 1 31. LANE-
Attorney ana Coons" Her at Law.
qr 1 . 1 4 " F. 'over Jack- ou's •tore.at North -La,t cornet of the P'uL
t),)t. I Otis tf S I t. •
fx,r1.1.0 l'hy.it hilts and surgeons.. Office enJ Residcuces—
• 111. e.,:dittirasetrcets
10:fl, oar; la•tt. 31;.1 to 41 and $ 7. P. M.
11. " • J. L. lITKWARaT, It: D.
1 JOHN HEARN St. .
Foi" .R MVO and Cumuli...Km Acre hdesio, dealer in Coal,
lip r, /11.11, 1.1111 agent kwr a daily line of tippet lake dteatneys.
l'w , hc 'kick Kno Va..
A M t.RICA N F.XPIIESS COMPANY
cis, es. Removed to No S Reed Blork.etnO• etrect.
1:~-e•r. t.itiret* elute* • 14 o'clock, A. M.
-ecru _ weluek. P M.
' D. D tte. 'roan. Agent
.G. Otit:E .1 MOK 11/N. k
the Arai of J. than 6. CI .)
• 1:,,--non lioiCh tot. 1 . .0)11C Duck, Erie. Pa.
1 . • • Fiu ir awl Pg.wicr .
Lk L 3 k. 41DitAL.S. .
_ 11r . reIrttiti r Pet!orid Ware
- • '
tk , II 6.,WL• FON.
~~ ~'~. ,
ber u. tV4velle.. Clocks. Jet* elty.
a-.ea awl other r.Aucy Goods
• ti4,Nl house. . i 7
l',11L . (:411,E; & K
.., 1 ,. 1,, ! , ...,;... Grurer.e.i. Hardware; Crockery. ice- No
i . fil 111.A7k,r.tau; alma% Lrie. I.
• - A'. M. JUDSON,
ki lORK iii At 11..•w.—sitfire on Park /Low, between Browneneur
11 , ,1.1 apt( UR. Rect.House.; up stain. -
Da. L. BKANDEN..I
I u,-scivt and Sce.nvo‘--4/iftre earner of State and Seventh
Sevtdettee as Eixitits :Street. between French and
SANFOR Or, CO
:ort in lgold.Fileet. , Dank Notre, 'Yana. Irlertifientee of De"
&c JAl:zit( Eselralige 011 the pro lee iphl clime constantly
ar •••0 , .. Other to ttezhy'is Mock, Public. Square. brie
t T. tlEitON S I (ART: 1
$1 r. , 1011 AND Pur.0.111.--tafite, corner of French and Fifth
•,.(r.v.i..ot LE MOs , , , Kaeh's *tore. aka/deuce oa Fourth atteel.
‘... door rat , it of Vie old A potheeary Ha ft .
the •• s in En di i h, Genus n and Ansi.,lean Hardwarr and Calery.
Na.n,, Any Vit,tat. Iron and Steel No. 3 Need House;
Lt ar. r.t.
L. S G. A. U.
( .1 ,, :r E. al , " Door nest of C. 0. Wilobes Kure, up *lairs
`A 1 t and Retail dealer au Groceries. Prolamine. Wince.
i• , '4 , ... , 1(144, lc.. iee • Corner of Preach and Fifth e4110e40.
it thr Farmers' Hotel. rte. - _
BENSL r r,
:‘‘,.4.4T , 4 P., Jultbrril, and Ketail*baler. in thy Vends, Grnterks,
I r , ,i,. ~.. it.14.,,,A kre,",earyet g, Hatton are, ( rod. ifdrel. Nana.
PT. `• e. 1:41,1,1174 'tor State liana. but doom bona*/
Vt,..‘r ~'M )i,,i, Lilt , . Pa. ‘ . .
A I ..., - 1.1" , ' , % i re., Bellow d. Ad* Ann., crprirrga, and a general
, n-, • • ~,..: , Qt_!,11111C and Carnage Trimmings.
MERVIN 1041 H.
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A TTP , II` , ICI , AT 1..* and Juetiee of the Peace. arid Agent tot
he) Siu.e.Mutualltitie inanimate Couipany-- 0 15et 3 iloon ,
N%, •( tr right+ ouge. Ltie; Pit,
WA/K6E t 4. CUT/AA.
At o,moir Law, Girard. .grie tours I'a. ediectioa, amid
r lies. attended to with promptness and diatomite&
- JuSIAII K.ELLuuti„
F%rA•tro;ll2 kCutuuue.wn Merclutnt,on the rablie D°e k, " ll " l
~ !t, Nagar and Viihite Fish, Cosanansly for sale.
1. 11.013ENZ WEl6at. Co.
w F. Loom in Foreip and Domestic Dry
to } name BOOM and 'dimes. tt.. No. 1
dune street: Erse
MAN:Si/ALL & VINCENT,
I , %—ultice up *WI'S &nTawwauypallbuilding
th e Prot on. y's office, Erie.
All set A 511 , c0L . ALAJAI AT rl , --Oilhee OTTI C. B. Weillgtleo
intauce r door west ' state street. on the thatli"d•
l)ry Gus.i l s; Dry t;roettlea. i erOCkeil. Hatdwatv•
I. New Hotel.
'" Or) Guixl , . Grocit sea. Hartgrare. goeetii Ware. Linse.
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••►• iul Kele. Pa'
'Ai. I LLIAM
Mara ' , holster. and Undertaker. cornet of State and
JOHN H. BURTON & CO.
Ricialt.desiersin . Medicines. Pre &id&
Reed House d.,
Ult. U. kLLIO r .
jp-rideot Deltoid; OineEsod dwelling is the
See* ttioek. ou we East side of the Public
•Square. rale. Teeth ineettedloo Gold Plate.
„ from one to au entire nett. Carious teeth 411od
&tut-motored to health and usenittiest. 'Teeth
.t.:;:"! With iruntronieats sod Destines so as SO leave theme of
riratty.... 111 work warranted.
M. ill ANN, It D 4M? eMTIIIT-00e•on
the south side otthe Diamond live doors east at
the Erie WPC tr e ks. reastonable. sad all week
warnted ie &tab if Ibis. - 6
' l lTN;—The undersigned buss been annotated apemen' die
sti , e ur Messrs. Jaws. Whit & celebotted
! hese ate etasidared the best articles saamdseumed. Duals&
• be tbe gestalt, m Dar York
-nr • B. 111nr011 & CO.
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I Fvuoc, Railisijimatboat
t Limp:dud f.titie
• 111 l U114./11 , 3011-
i ,1,114161.1.141.. rft/Pener
I • IT cunt s. cdossoos
Lovrber. bas the dove MA nestled
inal). upon toy bream,
ohf; ed up hi lune plokno.
, And ht dark - wan pull 41-fellt ?
Nay the grave le dark and dreary. a
But the 104 oue it aAn4hear ;
Hearst thou not nit gentle whimper:
. rhoktinii nu the ambient air 1
It 6 near thee, gen tie mother.
I: Near tbee at the eves/lug bout ; .
I 1 .6 sett kiss is in the zephyr,
! 'lt kooll• up from every tower! I l i
And a ben Night's dark shathm. Betting. t
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Leer taut beadest tlien prayer.
e ' And thy been feels eeM he
erest hearse. • !
Then they angel babe 6 t h ere.
Maiden. bar th• noble brother, .
. , On whose mainly lona thine eye ' .
Loer'd fuel uA to pride to linger. •
, • On ve boas heart thou cou.d•st relit. , •
l . Though all other beartoueceive thee. -
'IAN proved hollow. ea t rill grew drear ;
I ' :thne protection. ever o'er thee,
L . Bid the. from the told world's sneer.
a he left thee here to atraggie.
i. All unaided un thy o pt it , •
y. be still CAP guideand lteent thee.
.- till thy fat terlieg isep• eat' stay ;- t •
t . 8 ill when &urger bovera o'er thee, z
1 1 1 e that clangor le word near t . .j.
beet in grief 1,110 4 1,' , 14 1140 C to pity.'
. Ale, the sanded, marks each tear.
i 1 1"
Lover. is the I erbt extinguished. '
Lit the yew that in the ; heart
filddres deeply. to thy being
1 Alf its suottsioe could impart ?
' • . Leo. above ! 'tit borutnit brighter
Than the ' - cry stars 111 beaVen• ' •
Aid to light thy dangerona pathway. .
' l - 111141 new•rail lid slor ./. given.
W to the sons of earth c artutustints,.
hou the tov'd on ru 'at torget
Br ght e)e* 9a.Ling.tr e vvit tis,
ay b ,ve power tow t i thee yet i
BLit e'en then that guardiati spirit,
I Olt will whi.par iii ttketle ear, 1 ...
Aritt iu silence.and at inidnight.
, ' 'Ku wilt know she bOveri near.
r . o hail., thou moat Pot y stricken
A wc lthe mourners thrust ing earth,
ICI oda hail veil thy brighteat auttabilte.
a. adbes• mingles with by mirth.
if . MOW' that vitae bnioin. • 1
. ' ti has pawned oh thy bead; t . 1
- Iddru• re co ~ , . mother r onrrit i
• ~ l'anuht real awe he "aid.
1h Sto 1 her watebvul eye b. % bee, 1, - ' V
i , Throtle) the day. and tilliat ti •• '
Der's the eye that guard. thy 'haulier, , ' 1
I ' Making thy young drel l itat to blight.'
o i the trataida, the (rich a I've cberl4'di. i
a d * we a cep WKt illein le-- ,
All unthinking they're ai r atig..la ;
"'hat wilt gula.e us iodic sky.
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AN I. DIAN TIIADITYJN.,
*elated to the /who/ by oae of the Orttoboeot tribe as 114 year
4.•••••••• ••••••••••••• •••.. me.. t
THAT . . astutoo cumitic ciboria ith• rood," sold on
old mintu It + companion ; s stop and ate whin he
Awl to say mpcin the theft conornitird tin old Scnitti's frop•
ertv." Andi the two seated thismsulres on the green
sward to awal till. he came nearr. ;
" lie sermit uncommouly thoightial for one that has
nothing to triable him. With piens; of. money and do
fantiltv..he ti bought to be the mermen fellow in the oil
" Perhaps Se ha. lost-• ..1 i
E 4.4matt vqvis had Coins within heering dietaneeJ in-,
lerrupted the I speaktfq by saying moiiritfullya-- Yes, I
have lost. in thst.froa. which cauuor be replaced eery
. " What is ii 7 You are not b4krult. I hope ?"
" Nut ii purse, bat in i.porits ;1 , kilt, lancy. my merry
little phi, mate. a child I loved tomb is lather's lute. a
lost. Stolen by the !admits yeeterdey afternoon while,
gathering strewberries jest at tije bat:, of her father's
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lioose.!: • • - • i ' , •
i •• What: yins don't mean that theylime* dared to take
sloe of oar chpiirea I—aad one. too . ei , meth i heilmild all
she is by all tire 'diallers 1" -i
" Yes, - theear little issoocent; whou mutt faro. has
elbeeredirmie t l
my loneliness, **it bores asray;by a Party
of the Petro . tits to the linotied ' oak. front which, with
a untnber of ethers who went in; per, lc I arrived :NA
il• time to liretileill take her to +nit 44au0sil liked pOddle
dovru the awl t current of the Saco. al was 4orrobio so
pee the father hen be beheld them tediagand heiard
'the screams of his child. He. Weed pew the bnaii of
A* river wirh;arma and eves strata:nil after her—L re
hint now, with parted lips and pails fermi as he felt,far'
*gird into he ';trilata•" ' ' i i
1 •• He rig n t drowned 7"
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"No; Sins on and Eltickney squats qi is after kim;and
liroaght him i th e turns shore dead than she?. •Aftii a
time he was r stored sufficiently to tie} brooght bonus is
1 a litter. But mast not aloe ,
Mu ir: it i r my pi
to poepare th ail curd fiiiily Cu t e histretar.t 4 so sited
I bye:" and Eastman hurried on.lleaviii the two a view
arid painful that. for meditation. so ' butbing that the
tbeft from Smith's for a white lives feepd (rota their
Minds, and they arose from this; seat t ead wended their
Way to their *Fe home 'period in led rlloetlesto. When
'trio father amll sea reached the deer they.. wins mutt by
1 the aid ettaiti; wife', her eyes filled, with War?, for ehe.
ink bad hoed! the melancholy intelligence of (Aerie ab
diction, and tele ratite, so for her ono chili,.
i The evening repast was swailowrii is ethnics. the
sireag abotteri clewed and bured,and ihe rash Ark-anus
alike° from thir brackets on the ball. ted. , lkind placed
iek a cooveniebt corner. when 'a neigh 1. ,
and familiar voice gained hint Monetun.4'4o. mitered
the oat aid nospitable cottage ofd Junes'. lib took his
slat at the plain deal table, which the; liosteaa, with the
. sesiatrat of i little soap sod *anti. bail tituagist to a tint
minima as ligh as the paper on which l write.. i .
; Th. two eo Lagoa of Jones And Ma ' eat were situated
• mile • quarieli of mile from each o ter. unit nearly a
Milo from thelvillege. which rerdired em sot the safest
Ohm for the il babitnnte sr their pro pkiiii; *ad the visitor
einem family had sou to the nillagO for sailarity, had
et4ne wtth his! rifle to offer his assietinicki in protecting the
'tins, of the Oise. thought if the truth Mem known. pm
lefties for hialswif le whet Ire meat desired irises, if he
esippeeed this, was tea kind-hearted
_a! mat to show Isla
atighbor se, and• therefore thanked bins for hie comsat:
erstioa, and requiem' his wife to bare 'the ealpspare bed
'prepared for hi nuptial". This heiagidone. aid a Urge,
pan of apples planed spec the tibia. erith the i hsge jet
5110 with eider. ei bright and spark/lug es °hampers'.
obtrestmod lir chair jut la thus to bear from the lips
et flipley.— .
~. " lie a aurae Iseetiseally for hei. sad It le tioarid . the
peer by wilt Its t ill fres the lees of kie playsatte. He
gape *beat sallies *Lacy ! Lacy!' tweiteatir they were
Nitro ',pommel eves for two hears,' " I -- setere." - ;
elWhat Mg itbs people st the pettier f" haell (ho
loupe Uses. ' , , 1 .
ot Why. they ewe* le MI evevy t ar/tis shs4 rleise l•
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Ahem himself in the oeighburhood. The PenobscoU
have broken their treat', and the whites have nothing
now le restrain thane from taking their just revenge, net
wily for the child's abduction • but for tweo•y other dep
redations ou our prop •rty Which now but that tribe could
have committed." j ,
6* What's that 1 . 1 orhat'a -that 1" cried the good demo ?
Katie( (rain her chair. - ,
tier eon grasped ( his goo. •
"There it is .K t o." ,
"'Oh !-that'a on y the growl or a wolf." sold Ckorge
cereharelf. ea he d :sped his musket lots ha piece. cud
the nation was mooed: i Geurge's father regret.
Ito eud•to theffew ?eon pesos oirrelt
ith their savage neighbor: bat Rip;
hat while air. ludiatt heed thee. wait
,yes gleamed wrklly. sod his brownout
ht of the ttesperate battles is which
Ist „thew. ,
led OM there wee
they had enjoyed I
Joy WS* of .puron
ho gaiety, and his
teamed. el hi thee
he had fought eve!
Cruel as this Jud i
true ; Wit the fenne l
oak!. and that the
would be drive,, (
jest to the stronger
As the eider pa
drowsy. sod thSe t
savages teas soon f •
dame Jones; she. t
thought of the re
604 to keep her
eereeehing nal our
lag the tight.
esioke. net a little
realised. Thus pa
if not Ail*. wrou
But new let us re
parted Orden the
perform his metes.
sae brow el 'Luce I
her no hope of ihel
dreained dot of the •
*ono be brought ho.I
Eastman shrank fr
the mother. the MI 1
bert and Henry. in
&mitten l • and he
the hope that Loey ,
•till.cabling a glencl
.• Year husbitid wi
These words ilfoini
hot that light was'.
Eisstinan had nut
was no longer sane
ered from Un inesth
the acme ut Luce I
health &art Whi;
stored to mason'. he orig._
atteetiotto. and Mrs. Elliot hem.
gal strength. East, who was ■ cep
that a 110130 , 0 clespoilideney hang user the
freer, eueraror to inapate
hope and cheerfeluras. Bot. while he undertook
task of csonforler to the afflicted; it was difficult to say
which stood most in of consolation. Us had los t
all his former saisql he sought no society save the fuss•
sly of his little pet ; While not with them his owe cottage
found him its only i habitant.
-Oise seening wh u the list rays of e setting n
straggled thrones the 'Th moo
straggled lattice of the apartment where
&wines sat. his es: wandered trier therplsees where be
had so lately seen lit le Lucy as merry and ma happy as
o bird ; tears rau d too his cheek at the thiagbt. to
pondered spin. the Marlines* of her little brother. whose
'altered eountenasee land frequent vigils told how mach
he mired the blosseim that had budded and bloomed by
his aids; and. pa h tossed. Henry glided thrpugh the
hylf-npen door: sad toed before him. Seeing his friend
in tests. the first violation was—
" Are you colitis' stir Lucy 7" •
E nitrous shape:it the Troy to his twirl.
"Yes." Ins answered; !.l am trying fur Leer. sod for
you. too. I don't Itlio to me you look so pek and lonely."
6 •Lney is lonely too. cud she will be eo till she comes
bonne to gut ter burr+ w In ins." replied !linty. "Why
dois'i the come. Mt. Eas.rosel"
The roost man- el ltd bear it so !eater; she set the
buy duwit (row We knees, aid. rising from his seat. he
said, ''She will come , . 1 will !fetch bar to ie.. Autry."
sad - entire,/ hie tielrduoirestilt. he bed* her take to hie
clamber a chest dn ln tsiaiag in 11041 dreg* e g oklieto
amd thee prepare mime cora-bread that he might have
at by. the twormag. ,
**Bet ye• cant felteh her; Alhart says she is among
the ?admin. Will tie li:disagree her whortlidierries
•od um% rhea emir I s - ire ripe?".
El/;Mb% seolst seeks se replyi to these tosehlsg •nd
Moats tpleattens. ter the testaishaitsd his stterastM. sod
he le4 the feuill merit to his sleeping apartment.
lesettig bide lleory at hberty to rotors home when be
• The chest wee tipeaed tad every article elenti tied le
fts* the friend of the' afflmted gave orders to be called at
an early beer. and went to bed.
The first gray of the morning was tkeareely visible
when Eastman went forth in the hated habiliment, of
the savage, with painted face and rile ots hie shoulder.
thoughtless of everithing bet the recovery of the child
Who had beguiled hiM of mane a weary kodr. °award
be want. his step and his heart's beating quickening. et
the hope that he oilfield restore bar to her family and
Bat the quick step was mistakes for a stealthy tread.
and the paiittod friend fur the red•fue. ebd the cry of
!lite lodsoti—the ludian is among us." aroused haus front
ritterie to see the well, boost s CMOs Or some dr hit
Itturtord sod ueighbers livid with rage, rebattig towards
hies with bladaeoas ate. and whataisever weepoes
they could nwst coomettiently lay hell of. However sat
istsetory this proof of tho.perfortioa °fsts 'finalise might
bat* Nies, he eoeld net bat regret the Necessity of dis
etweiss its object, which be knew mist folio, ortud he
own trammel" the VillaretO that he was Mot their AIL
The first usovesteat. that of patting sisti stows of his
rift; ea the gerund , . testing both was us the batoisd.
sad bookie( steadfasitly at the foot of 'his sesailsate. with
• sods sa hie face. ittisrivisat awed sad disarmed theta
OINK their rage..fer they isesid-ttet kill even see of the
resobooete. who. with wsspoas is his Staid*, forbore to
raisn'theat is self-dofeses. sod they passed iced howored
their arms. whisk they bad raitiedts strati the sisppseill
essay like earth; this sme Idss as sppartaany to
*sevens* thesaief his iideatity. which ke did ersailiag
ease by his raise; titivates was reassailid. kis purrs*
Nis& Otters*. sad. after witless esdisveress • the part
his rstatiese is make him desist frost his dawns' ais:
diskette& hsi resumed hie way.
1 obeli sot tellegt him thressh the siomoreee hair
breadth stespee sad ether ddlicettiee which 1 seem-
Need It meet seats that is didset esbeesit is his iss
geteseisiosios. sad Wilmot te destroy the bps which
Om chiles family b4d seterally esteirtaistid es hie
ors, pass reteeped. the tint shiest of title Blois.
101140 hely *as to ohideste the moiety Orton Mop.
ATURDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1852 i
meet may appear. it was DM libelesl
remembered not that the whits wee
doors—that they w•re growing pow 4
adieus saw :that sooner*, later lit/
us their homing /monad 4r be sob
ed round the trio irtoame elated; Dial
ey went to bed,pnd the fear the ,
rgutten in s a deep ',deo by all !eve
poor woman , ha
.bat inkrest ; tht
men being in the vicinityw se Marti
wake. and the howling wolf or the
led her to her feet arieeraftimea-dur.k
hen the morning dawued.the line 4
urpri.ed that their fear* had not been
ed uight after night, till their fears,
were entirely etrieed train their,
turn to Eisstanci, who. after he bad
nes' by the wapside. proceeded tq
holy task. The wretched, mother
t his countenance that he had for
reeosery of her lost one, yet the
indiums of her husband. who would
le in a slate of partial derangement,
m the task. The deep deopait ul
!r wretehednees of her two Loy u, Al.
de hion.regrei that he had ever un• ,
,wer.t on trying to console her With,
wools' won lie returned in safety.;
e through the wiuduw. he saw the
a distance, and he ventured to say.
be here soon, he h.'s eyes hes.”:—
ed the toillitelintiCe of Mrs. Clliet‘i
icltly titepeßid by the seers thet
he eonraie.to inform her that Elliot!
the knowledge of • which oho goolk
tont ravings and wild laugh whew;
men:word. The soother seer the
°llion to beer up under herliccsinsa•'
ritwo children were left to bet ; ober
,r husband. She did watch. bet her
!altered it 7 her hosbonif woo ro
la were eouslont is their
List visitor, sow
ry, is u•der to divert his ationges as sash as possible
front the loss of Lucy. But hare be ondenook what he
was not able to perform; be bay's atteeinwein to his el
dent brother had because we stress:. that it was with dlr.
ficialn be could be persuaded to remain at befog witbost
Mat for as hour at the gale.
blandisher mouth Vero away, till a Mit sad tangly
souther had goes. still as lidiag etthe lest .ege; bops'
wee Wigan exhausted. whets another ebitdow was throw.
ever the little peaceful community of Fryiiburg.
Albert god Henri bad strayed ere dog to a cont-field
weeny - a mile from the village. It was at the season.
wbeiLihe tern was gesso. and Henry reminded Albert
' of •• proadie be bed made 40 maks Ingest imreetalk Ad
' sign an nutriment ea 'roll amiss of our Now &glued
boys prodiree soma /bat weight rival sham of Paganint's
•time-wort violin: 'Albert, ever ready to ebbe* Hilary.
selected Iwo joints of the proper ape of dm green end
highly-polished stalks. sad, wish a knife March toe liege
for tlt.; porpoise. spin the delicate Strings okingtho fibrosis
since. /Theo Maytag Olt a bridge ostler them at each
gbd. he t broagbt a ensile :4 joy to the hp* of his young
tvother lay disagreeable tee" Which be' predemsd. Al
bert's eyes were radiant` with joy to eve One eargago in
the gad face of Henry: but 'the smile of the loiter sods'
gays dray to as gunsmith deep lisiSk of sadness. as Its
said, "Lui2 can't heir it; float keep it till she costive
hums. shan't 11" Albert. togettedlite this .vii proof of
offection.-could sot answer, bet turned from his brother.
and. iss his tram to moideel his feelloge, he drew the
bow of his trimly oonstiticted ineirunient with so much
force els to he strings. and a Gorse of learfadmeett
ing burst futon his lips epos the brutal savage who had
destroyed the happiness alba: innoeent boy; at that mo•
meat s piercing shriek from hie brother attracted his at
te4tion so time to see him penning to some diluent ob•
jest as Le fell to the earth.
• 1 -
Albert turned in the - direction indicated bYi big bre
theeet and. and beheld a savage coining with the 'Peed
of 1.14 wind. has tomatieerit Uplifted shout to bury it iu
his gwo,hrain; he grasped hi. knife ittetinetively.
1101464 it perellel with hie arm. when the lndian was
tics, enough he spraog foneard , quickly ternilig it
ispilrard.l es if to wards& toe blow. presentid Aro eltasp
edge of the coining in contact with the .
'wrist of site Indian, severed the tendon.. !Pleased the
which was afterwards found several yards
front the said, this blade•edge bisried t Wit inches deep
in the trunk am tree; the enrage. greened with his left
hand at iiia Own knife, but, before he lied Mite to draw
it from its belt, auother thrust from his antagoniet had
reread Ito heart. and ha dropped vrt:h it hideout yell at
Albert's fret; silo. haying c•Otepiered his toe, turned to
look for !floury. The brave boy. stupid 'with surprise.
gazed on the 'pot where lie hid mien hint fall; •had the
earth opened and receivettltiml .haddliaraseataiss...gs ,
him? orihad he escapnit were questions whieh"rapidly
eacCeeded one another in the mind of Albert. He search
ed in vain—no sign of • living thing was there—save a
slight rustling' amid the corn. With knife stftl red
from this blood of the Indian in • his head. he advatierd
cautiously to the place. a .d-found it waists:visioned by a
cow. which unmindful of the struggle that hid jest ta•
ken place. was feasting. upon the young cad tender ears.
With* hope that Henry bed escaped.! after casting a
&Dee a 4 the relaxed features of his fallen foe. ho her
iriod towards his home. flmOtipir upon this ,sudden attack
• • Nslran' th'"
should b. aineleis mpg <manumi:in hy these siingoioary
IrOiltiert ititew of none, yot he,was firm in hie
belief t the abduftion of his sister, as well as the lase'
attempt on " e If, was in reodiatiou Tor some injuty.in
dieted by!, some nnaof his anerstors, or of his 'present
family, fOr he well kg•w .„ thst the Jivers never forget
any act of cruelty or kindive shown to may of their kin
dred, and that (hope acts were ha d down 'from gene
ration to generation with their traditio till opoortniity
offered to return the bite:mould he secertiiteqhe ?Croce
be then might be mere ei.riain of the fate of Istiefila
ny were the conjectures,he formed concerning her, isid
as many wen cast to the =itiJs as idle and speculative.
in this state of mind he reached the bailie. anxious.
yet fearing to ark if Henry • had returned: his doubts
were soon set at rest on that point by the. mother'. ask
ing why .he canoluome alone? and his 'was thedread
fel aecMnsity of informing herthat only one ion remath
ed to 6011116114 h e now.
The olefin Spread raMildy. fdr no one doubted. from
the daring of the deed. that others of the savages wem is
the neighborhood, au! in lea then two- boom nearly all
the villagers who wire erpable of bearing arms assem
bled on the green. were divided into squads. and went
he much °film Indian's. 'At dusk they returned. having
discovered Wadi in various directions which indicated
the !somber of this foe to be greater than was at first ass:.
That o nightpentinelo were Noted et convenient distan
ces, soda portion of the argued villagers encamped on
the green to 114 4 i in readiness, if their services Were te
qatre4 daring the night,
But the morning came without an attack; and scouts
were 'lent oat to reconnoitre. News was brought about
aooa that the Indian.. to great numbeia. were encamp
ed about two hoagies froth Fryeberg: and friirn • prism'.
sr who had escaped, they learned that the inverse in
tended to net lire to the Wage that night.
,When this intelligence was spread abroad, there was
certainty far all to look to; and. therefore, intestines
were adopted i for a vigorous resistance. Before, it was
hoped that they were not sameroas enosih to attempt.
the destilietion of the place. The drum boat to call the
people t 'grittier. not one.half of velum, were furnished
with proper arms. Scythe*. ales. pitchforks. and every
thing that could be used os the isicasiiia, were brought
by the breve fellows; even the plough was broken, and
the shares usurped the plies of fewords. to be wielded
by the .trpug arm. -
-Among the last. though sot the least. of those that
came to Fryebettg Corner. was the village parson. He
Sasdielieed in a suit of cloth which. is the days of his
youth. had undoubtedly been black. bet sow it Itad,growa
gray to the old malt!. service. Around his waist was
tackled a belt if mei hide. to which was ettached a huge
rusty sward, the bright edge of which showed evidently
that it had already moo, at war wiih the'grind•tose. Hoi
was above the middle height, hia:ligiore well made. and
as straight es an arrow. He was beloved by his toch,
sod. when he caste to the place where the til-diacipl
&Willi were aseeribled, every hat woo raised. e: pat
cleared. and the oldartan requested to address the pen
from the tap es hogshead. pet there for the purfrese.
His address, which abounded is g rod Gesso. was 11l
lowed by a shott prayer whist etrolusemily fer , the petit
of the , two ehildres Shows lees lb. bravo p eo ple, we
*Mug to mese. Tito earerin was s picture vrbicit
all prurient seemed hi sostomplete wilt. interest not
~gained with reirsrenst. firsiong silver her wee
ly teased ly the asesmer browse mooed hie thus. ps l4
features. while. witte'hae mild blew eyes sitraieed hen }}
see. he preyed that thus who *ere ha go forth heti
Might go wit Gad is thew hearts. sad prayer e* oh:4
limo. There was a fervor and eathsehists is his word j
ad ~suer whist poem/ for isepiremes among the pea?
pl.; sod. whoa be esid at tbseewelseies of Ai. prayer ]
with as .urn that same kill! Op• very deMbe of hie
mill. "Wham then Is right. thee liastesid them shall
be esight..-thime she. bait poly' said vs Atoll etesqosr"-.4
tb• little Mod stee from their hoes. pith a . firm
that what they hod fumed "ere the were ef sad;
at dos eseismod of Lots& erbe bad bee" for assay yearti
their general. they divided themselvek into Parties:- each
of which chose a leader. The yoaug men separated from
ithe silted. end. without mi Momenta hesitation. einiulta:
iteoultly elected Albert to lead them wheresoever he
notate' lie world have deClitied the honor on accotint of
hie extreme youth. for meet of his division erste -older than
himself; bat the general cry oi "nine bat Albeirt.'",cont
ed bias to tabs the command, which he did with r bo
o owing pride and difidenoe. The fabler then stepped !di-
Ward. milid thanked them for the honor they had con4or
411 en him through his son His words were. ••that he
ibuked upon him - es the only child DOW left to him Illay
Cod (*addend protect beta! niey he never shriek from
Itoii duty_ you have chosen-' bite, to!" Nero he sou id.
' trrelded by Foolish Jets, as he was commoitly Called.
who wairsocsid from bohiad a group. where he had ob
sturvod the 'whole proceeding,. and. stripping op hie low
*soh troatet44l. pointed toe largo deGaretia:the calf of his
log. and exclaimed. "fitr shrink! Why. with that same
ka i ak that slew the Indian, he killed the she , •boor while
her teeth was in this leg! fie shrink? No: Who kill
dip wit!t in bee o wn
. hole? Albert! and Allert nerer
shvank from bear , panthtr. or wolf!" H.. comrades of
ready kAser what poor Joe bad told them. and it was
that which in all probability decided them so ananimoni
ljiie the elation of Albert Lovell now-proceeded to
(itre" instreetions, after which the little army were di.
njialkod till the beat of drum-
;From the green the erryiers diverged to their own
tib!mee to asabit the women, who were seen thing to the
church. filled with conaternatioa and terror, where it. wall
rdOnnuf Prit.ten , that 'they sh .old remain with their .most
wOuable property, to be guarded by the men daring the
night. a !ley presented a cad Jiletare: Weir despond-II
Nees were 'more gloomy than the atarleaa night, th‘fool7
clamed around. Co the ~cuing the soldier-parson. in
414 tglilltorY arrcy, read a Chapter from the', B.bt by the
fight of the•boruiug pitch pine boot: acrid. after exhorting
thotm tal bear n r t un:lar hair trials, he ofrire , l up a Pray-
Of their tein.oirol and ;pinto al welfare. •at
edia neart•re irbuz scene of husbands embracing thei r
wires. end children their parent,, each felting that they
niiiß.ht newer meet Alvin Actor this painful tieelie was
: the thors nii.lseinclow - .4 of the church were
c4•~~d.and. the aelitinela 11... in.?, posted for the night.
Most of the tittle Unit' laid down upon the grass. dose
tailte church, with their envoi in their bande.
fliVittlei the sil.liefa slept:l4o two captains were to be
'orient a spirt fro n their 1133 n. in earn iat ennverre•
14n. the yoivizer wiltrog in I receiving. in-trip:oons frLim
thWelder for the 'tenet!, tied 'ttt,ck. Captain Lovell wee
Witll isegOainiel with the Indigo mole of wsr:lret end.
after developing his piing. he improssed upon Albert the
neeesioty of the greatest caution in dealing with the en
espy. who were ig ctinhing ai ilmy_were courageous..
retie *relent youth Totigii.l for the hour w tee he could
raids upon the eavage horde„.end he begged Lowell to per •
volt him to leed his follower, in search of them: but the
csistain. stopping short. end graeping Albert firmly by this'
Orin, replied. '-lroung min, you know not what you oak!
Sionld you venture into yonder grove before the daylight
slaWne. not one of you would escape. l'hare fought the
Alithewks. and lived with the Narraghsusetts—they ere
cif Wencher:out. I tell Feu. Albert. be not rash: the
see two to one of ay: they wooed lure rod on Clan
'a liwiden they would ruse from the bushel; on every tads.
anal every soul of ,oir Would be butehereu.
til` tigrt."ii:a . ";,-. l uAbe:e t t among them after the church
Was closed, it would 'have mode your !yes Eliwn to have
heard the earnestness w.th which they wished for action
—they cannot beer restraint --es"
/Ware Albert bad finished the last ie.ntenee. LOwelt
tails lying ',Weill, ear dose to the ground. Where, he rer
minted for a few - minute.. when lie suddenly started to
his:feet. and grasped hu rile. Albert saw to this Sudden
evirtution—acqu.inted as he was with such movements
—enough to eanvince him that little wive was tit be lost.
and. had uotihe minutia held him br Come. he would have
rnqbed to hie brave boys to have made them reedy. •
. , . • ..-
-I*ltee,) cool—keep cool:" repeated Lowell; "we !hall
hair Mice froze the outpost! when tey are near at hand
I know t v come, but I have placed trusty fellows at
t hose points • „which I rightly supposed they you'll at.
tie* as. NJ* iNeutr.At you not to - let one under you r
colloanand move till the>misTurthe senimele are heard
Yet. I would have them Mlisanse and ready. and. when
the signal is given, rise and Meakere . 'fais: therefore, go
earefully to -each mail, -and impress upon him therne•
conga,- of a strict observanc, of ibis or . it need not
tell you that every gun that is not alrem lop e , must be,
and arch as were loaded over mghtsimufil be repr ht red."
This our young moldier had premouAy impressed- u n
ciptaiu.Lesreit then took the hand of Albert and press
ing ;it affectioeately. said. •.You are chosen by nearly,
cif my little force to be their leader. I trust )91a will
prliT yourself " worthy of ). cur lather, by Whose side I
frm t the Niamicks. Ile was as brave as I lion, and
the.lldisl of his coMpany." Here Lowell' again applied ,
ibittar to the ground, and inlutmed AN,/ that ills roes'
Wert numerous, and not more thaws half•mile distant.—
Thiem, taking fruw his oudressed leskther . belt one of Isis
roam' pistols, he presented it to the young mita, sayinf
"This was your graniathre ru
s. Go, Albert: bear in ffru
'by arhose hand that xranfather died. Remember your .
bristlier mod Mate!! and atii!ult: I perish do Dot forget um!"
Albert *Loud fur • inuineut struggling with eILIQI4OO.
placing the trimly pistol is hi. belt, he pressed the
hand of his coinina t ider, suil• hastened to prepare the
vo'iunteers fox , the momentarily cxpected attack.
A dnep illaucirsoft4ided the interview of the two offi
cer/4 which was only'braken by the click of the pans as
thaiMldieri shut - Wein oo the tresh
the winds were iiiisiied, - and the vast forests ofxnejess .
tie pirses etood to awful silence. as if breathlessly expect•
legit feariul conflict: Preseutly a sound as if • breerii
WO 1611011 y surFnithe distant falters. was heard 'ap
pro/thing utterer and nearer. tail- three who were not
'wire front what it proceeded. looked sp. expecting to
sewihe ...rest tree`-tops waving to and IT: but the flash
and report of iiiiiskeis at the outposts. told that device the
savage hordes that cause almost with the speed of the
wind upon the encampment, especiing to surprise the
white—uttering the war-whoop end the most 4eadieh
yells: But the white.. instead of being' Need sleeping
and In confusion. were rutty prepared fur 'ibis encounter.
and repulsed thew with steady Valet. iiwas about two
o'clock when the attack commenced; the clinide that had
sperid inch eel versal gluons over the cautyi in the early
of the mirk had new separated, Inhowing the light
ettb start to fall on the scree of carnage, Although it
wit io fat oufatoratti• to lb* whites &alto 'show them
mole plainly. Vet it thocorattd the patutott savages, who
Wens woad have been reirwiteka '
For along time st 'leotard doubtful whiFeb• should req.
.'par. Albert aid hi. enthortainie lonelier, fought fine
'they re.bod sespetuow.ly ea the feel, strewing the
tioaed with dead wherever they Peat- The brave boy
eleLid with Pie stream el hi" hide bold. sad eyeing the
ewer of the iodises. apieue toward with his comrade*
at ha heel.. and. wrib alum • doors rathwts wait fir.
mended, They Noun deteoirsred their predicament.--
Aware that se trotter would be gives. wore they dispos
ed ts ask It. they plied their steepens with almost taper
natitral„ strength; but they mast Inevitably hay. been
everpowired by the memories' aesthete 4 the savages.
had not some of the etrougest i ef the iiNtsmi twine to
'be. mane. wielding their heavy plowshare, with both
bands. and filling three or four of the vnent7 $t a dam.
Tne selvages, seeing tie power of the aesailants, began
to give way. till at.hingthhe whole body retreated into
the deep shadow of the lit y wood, where they had greit
advantage over the whi t s. whose pale faces showed
them to thew unerring elof the Indian - rifle or their
gleaming tomahawks. . .
It was net the policy of ,
the Telma:lnt feet bet 114
band led the way, and the
the more pri,wlent to wilt
The first was °femme• ad
found that they were Bight
And were firing at random i
they wore about to propose
army. when Foolish Joe
deer, bea*lntr a lighted_ tor
dry underbrnsti. The bi I
flan!' *het op the tall pine'
foe, the mecatain and the *
Our bribe fellows were
and, some one of. Albert'`
'names Henry and LaCy et
at once adopted Li en tint et
cit of revTnge 'steadied the
ants; the 'consequence of
were drieen across i deep I
ly niainteta the tight wit
this time!, day hadbegan to
keia and rifles had become
less. Among thole of the is
scene of action:a little &vet}
fire-arms, was Albert. in 1
edge of the,stream. he wcs a
enrages. who. in ibe,coolest
"You get year gun washed.
Inane washed fired I shoot y
ease cif life and ;lath. und
hoer for one or L oh had co
loaded. and aimed shooing')
cation of rewritten ei. Albert ,
tor. The bait fro .hie rifl
, chief's, mangled t e baud, •
a lifeless comae ori the sand
Albert egoinjoitied his in n. The news of the death
of the Penobscot leader, whi e it pot new hope* into the
hoarts of the whiteit, filled a savages with doubt; yet
they fought braveit', and th action might still here con
tinued some lioare.lhed not n hodest end grestfut friend
.of Albert's taken en exe fro one of his dead cone/odes,
end felled a Couple el trees a rose the stream, souse way
`above where the conflict we in its fall fury, by which
Wears: he enahledti c c)trisio ' headed by the Cealoge per
sou, to cross the rt am
ulet., en attack the Indians in the
rear, moat of when) were el n; s few whe took to flight
were pursued. and ',one wb stopped to Dill a prienater,
who lay bound aboitt a mil front the brook.. waai cut
• down br the huge sWerd of as rarsoti, before be could
secompliiiii his pur me.
it' , .
'The good cid m cut the bongs with which the pris
oner was bound, and look hi to Albert. sad. etyma - tint
his soave prize withne hen - and.his sword a hit the oth
er. hr Raid. •• Vsrtor is ours and i resign my corn.rnis
*ion," The yokng eaptai ',
unheeding the paiest'i
sword, caught the d ar bily i his artn.. - presged him . to
his heart. a bile the ears of • v end gratitude rolled down
afire 'ihis;ks foithe ercy of od in restoriaZ to. !iambi.
balf-femished broth r. So •of the young meat hors
Henry in their arms, while tie rest of this tiring gathered
op the dead, and ret rated tr umphent to the chinch. .
• Shatl I t,liorr then 7 - No, ,1 will not; and ,het 1 hays
a lingiritagicariosity t look a t the scene of irretcheidness
which mcrit follow ev o the must trlumpltaut victor,-.- -
1 fi had been said ther is no el ado without !agile; and the
jay That beamed in the' besets of these, and the friends
of tho.e.tthat returned in safety, presented a hrilliet
comm.( to the mourned and mourning beneath the roof
of the village church. Yet that contrast 'Was to be en - -
bailee& and a mother's breast to heave, with emotion
too strong to be cent etted; aaven now bar eyes were
strained to see semeiotic eke off. How eagerly she
watches! She stands! amid en hundred, yet is not one
of them. Per aeons; mind, reeky, life-0, all,. sore
her earthly frame, are centered in that form borne in the
aunts of him who apemen ties !be church doer; she ti ies
in vain to move forward; at lenght the boat Lucy hi clieP
ed in the veils of her Mother. who Dicke in the agony of
jot upon the floor. Albert. Henry, and Eastman, ere
ail hers, with many tithe," whore sympathies 'era in
tensely interested in'thit ray ofsstilight among the elands
of terror?. i)
• _________i,_ , .
WILUT sox sac Tu Ettie:cr. To 601:0 Up. we expect if
ea. Scott is electectlitt see he general affairs of the
cue v conducted !spel) true whip principles, while in
snoop ters' we rhallnot be disappointed to witness a
TULL IMITL A UT TUE:..
Anti . LlZ PZACTICLS IF THAT
CL•ST SVUo 11.19 S TT AC ELT TH SIKLI4.II TO 11121.-mt THEY
WILL ENRICH — HEMS•LVES OUT OF HIS
ADAIINIS FRAMS_ teat Aso row. oasts; but
the increased prosptritg oft otiotry ender wit% pofity
will enable it to staled As qrthsir wpm:4. Air
to the weightier matters of the w t T will not ears to
meddle. provided tear Sopielity is sails Of thee wit
have a guaranty in. thO reecho p with whi they sold
out their prineiples at thi;eonvintion for the sioulktiation
—Utica May Gatells.
irr The following tort tent it
iGe.tion Meeting to Rroelyn, d
/oats, of Teutiesseet—T
Boy in the crowd—•• How m
'Not ous that is not bolter atm
answer you whether'your Ana
older head ur not. (-Cheers )
as a Christian man. that 1 am
there is not one whom 1 do no
those who pander to theidanins ,
al feeling. (Great cheariug.)
q .setur to this miserable, coot -
Scott will redeem every word
point pledged himself to the WI
Q 3 The N. Y. Chris/ion hojitirer; a religious paper.
In speaking of the nomination Of General lleareo; Gaye:
**Nil wan can Obtain high o co voltam haying some
strong point.; and. in spite oft 0 common disposition I.
'dteparige political opeonenw. wa do not believe that any
dolt of drit eller eau ever occupy the first pine* to the
Rift of our poop's. The,presenti Domino, is a MOO of de
cided character, strong sense. *ad ihfieential preseimet
not. tudesd, one of the gnostic' intektets of the country.
but as free from personal failings probably as any of hie
ries:e. and quite as little likely &4 any of thistly' to be made
the tool of intriguer*. We once hired in his neighbor
hood, and were always atrackhi the kind at respect iss
which he was held by the Masi of people. We are glad
armee that the tone orate press is so fair in regard to him;
for we rejoice to hat, all oar public men appreciated.
and think nothing can be inure .dainoralizing
habit of political defamation by which each party repo..
Monte the other as st nest of vipers."'"
03" A young gentlentan. is
his brat welts, !So . pi he thought b 4
baud of atomic For filoon si p
owimoiniag is • sun of !see WO
This Goss ithusgetl. he says. is,
Soothing; is which his brains
posited freak*. musk sad use
Artie over OWN. • -
,the veteran Lovell to ft - Mow
sarigaine spirits of Alberta
twas, a* ah.rnative bat for
them or ses them parish.--;
pled. but the villagers seen
to to a groatidisselvsatage,
rile two camellia meeting.
withdrawing their ■offering
ins with the &Com of a
h. which he applied to the
spread lite wild -fug, the
. bathing the forest and the
y, in one !mid glare.
co more imtpiredixith hope.
folloWere cryiag aloud the
I outiltiaiestically. they were
sal wptehworti wild spir
atent energies of the assai
, blob was that the Indians
kresin. where they could ca
-1 fire-arms end stenos.- By
dawn. and many of the mutt- .
o foul as to brorandered
hites who retired from the
the gook. to clans* their
descending the bank to the
ccosted be the chief of the
manner possible. said to him
first. yon,ion—me git
OA." /lore. indeed. was a
for ,life did they Stork—the;
me: the rifles were w ached. •
eously. But by the dispen
,wae destined to be the tic
e struck the guard of the
tisl entering the brain. he fah
ctirred at tits Whig Rat
riug.the speech of Goo.
' ny slaves do you moot"
I nered than you. Isiah
' tau so prompted by am
1 Cu, riot ashaatettisay.
ho metier 'or slaves. but
I respect more than I do
le prejudices of trection•
Goa Scott will glwo
t i t about Gin.
• which be has on this
tg pdtty of the caaatty."
'dweritoog the aloes of
op WU gulag to hoppota
'putter he app•ow4l n bo
woik • bleu aura
• dolhison p..eock
S. isiood op with low
-Ip, that M !B.10) Iv' on