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SATURDAY, JULY 21,1840.
KuR.THK CoLU.XlDIA DkiMOCRAI'.
Tlit' Indian Flower
The shadows of twilight,
i Ste.il over the ky,
' And the star of the evening
Hj risen mi high :
The tweet breathing fljwerj
Are seeking repote,
And the dew drops moisten
t Their leave as they close.
, The fragrance they scattered
Around thorn all day,
In the chill of the night breeze
II as melted away ;
Like the friends of life's sunshine,
' Whose falsehood igfound,
When the clouds of affliction
Are githcring round.
But one is still left us,
Now blooming alone
Whose perfume is richer
Than all that are gone.
It rises from slumber,
Its sweetness to shed,
When each child of the daylight
Is drooping its head.
So when false friends forsake us,
, There still are some hearts,
That cling to us closer
As pleasure departs.
Their smile can illumine
, . Our durken'd pat h yet
Though the aun nf our fortune,
, Forever has set.
The Evening; Hymn.
Bt THOMAS MILLER, a Boslitt Muklt.
How many days, with mule adieu,
Have gone down yon untrodden sky !
And nill it looks as clear and blue
As when it first was hung on h'ljh.
The tolling sun, the frowning cloud
; That drew the lightning in its rear,
I'he thunder, tramping deep and loud,
Have left no footmarks there.
The village belli, with silver chime,
Come softened by the ditant shore,
Though I have heard them many atime,
They never rang so sweet before.
A silence rests upon the hill,
A likening awe pervades the air;
The very flowers lire shut and still,
And bowed, as if in prayed !
And in this hushed and brethlesi close,
O'er earth, and air, and sky, and sea,
That still low voire in silence noes,
Which speaks alone, great God! of Thee.
The whimpering leaves, the far off brook,
The linnet's wuhle, fainter grown,
The hive-bound bee, the lowly lock,
All these their Maker own.
Now thine the starry hosts f liht,
(aziuK on cjrth vviih ir,odcn exes :
Bright gn irfUns nt the blue-browed night !
What are ye in your native skits ? .
I know not ! neither nn 1 know,
Nor nn what leader Xe allend,
Nor wlu'iirc je came, nor whither go,
Nor what your aim or end.
I know they must he holy things
Thut from a roof so sacred thine,
Where sound the heat i f antel-wings!
And loolsteps tclo nil divine
Their Hosieries I ni-vrr sought,
Nor hearken to what science Sells ;
For, oh ! in childhood I xxa taught
That God atnid.-t them dwells.
The d.irkenint woods, the fading trTS,
j The I'l-osshonper's last fefblu sound,
Tin; iViweitj wakened by the breeze,
j AH leave i lie stiliness more profound.
' 'Ti.e twilight lakes a deeper shade.
The iliiss-y pathways blacker grow,
lt,d nil nee r ipis in :len and glade,
All, ail, is mute below.
i d other cvs 'as sweet as this
AMI i'Io-m: upon a chIiii a day,
it,kiii 111 the deep abyss,
ill, like the Lift, he swept away:
Ii i lerr.m 1 4 mioe.l.
.it lu.ii-n,le-s a w it'. out a shore,
hvi'lMiit 1 1 1 n f.irevr rei'ien,
will when tiliio's no more.
Ittiire sit !( in soft r- nse,
t seir.blanre of the ji ave J
'"'"titi-al noiseless on ihe lose,
uhsh.ive almost ceasfd to wave ;
The iitnt ftky.ihe sleeping earth,
Trei Bjoun-vin, stream, the humble sod,
. All tell rom wl on. they had their birth,
And cv, I'Eal.old God !"
"A Circumstance." The Providence Tran
script, uys tho Chionotype, is responsible for the
"A young man of this city was aboui in
king leave of his father, vhn was bound
for Caleforuin, he resolved upon opening
lite Bible and making tho first verse that
met hit! eye applicable to the departe
friend. He opened to the 28ih chapter of
Jon, 1st verse: 'burelv there is a vein fir
tlie sih'f r. and a nlace for the n-old when
they find it.' It certainly u a singular cir-
c u instance.
(tl- It certainly it a singular circumstance.con
sidcring that Ihe. verse is not to be found either in
the old or iew Testament. Olive Branch.
09-"i! certainly is a singular cirrumsunee
conidering that the" editor of the "Olive
Branch" is a Reverend Gentleman, that he could
not find the verse alluded to by Ihe " Transcript,1
What edition of the Bible does the Olive Branch
use ? "it certainly is" in ours.
the streets, and shanties of all imaginable shapes
n ; anu Keeping their houses and yards so dirty. The
cholera is coaxed along to Knoxvillc in this wise :
"We are not informed as to whether the cholera
intends visiting here this season oi not. If it do
not, it is acting very much in its own light.
Thee is the hot opening for it in this town, that
can he lound in this end of the State. It could
do an extensive business." ' He then winds up
his week's labors with abrodside against the edit
or of the Claikavillo Jeffersdniiii, who had offen
ded .him, thus: "Th rascal emigrated from
Buffalo, New York, to Clarksville, and in due
time we will ehowwAy he left there what his
standing vats when he left and the "breefi of
dogs," he sprang from. Look out !"
iolu sKitu:s.-t oL. rim l vn
( VOLT3, NUMBER 10.
fjJohn Hall has been appointed a day Inspec
tor in the Custom House, Philadelphia.
The Pottsville Emporium, in a fine article ap
proving Mr. Gamble's nomination says: .
So far as Solutylki 11 courtly is concerned
we assure our mends abroad, that there
will be no more political "somersets" here;
from the unmistakable indications we feel
Confident of sweeping the county at the
next election, by as large a minority as she
lias ever been known to give.
" Death of Mrs. Jl ad I son.
Just as we'ure preparing to go to press, says
the Washington Union, July 13th, we hear with
profound crief of the death, in this cily, of Mr.-.
Dully Mudimm, the relict of James Madison,
once Ihe PicsiJcnt of Ihe United States. This
greatly ventr.ited, beloved, and celebrated lady,
who loss will l f. It ftd rented by Ihe whole
couulrv, I as In ' vied since Sundav, and breathed
her last, at a quarter past 10 o'clock last night.
We anticipate the grief which will be universal
ly felt at hei loss; but we must reserve till to
morrow the sacreil office of paying a proper trib
ute to her merits.
CG- The President t the United Slates has is.
sued the following ri-Riiimiietidation for the oh
servancc of a day of humiliation and prayer
throughout the country :
At a season when the providence of Gpd
has manifested iusclf in the visitation of a
fearful pestilence, which is spreading ils
ravages throughout the Intnl, it is fitting
that a people whose reliance has eve r been
in His protection, should hiimb e them
selves bifore liis throne, and, while ac
knowledging pnst transgressions, ask a
continuance of t lie Divine Mercy.
It is, therefore, earnest y recommended
that lUeJint Friday iu Jivgnt be obser
ved throughout 1 lie United Slates as adav
of fasting, humiliation and prayer. Ail
business will be suspended in the various
brunches ifiiie public sen ice on that day:
audit is recoinmende I to persons of all re
ligious denominations lo abstain, as bir as
practicable, I'm m secular rccupaiioiis, and
t assemble in iht ir irspectixe p acts of
ii: -.1:.. . -.1 i 1 .1 t
puiilli: xx o is 1 1 1 1), 1,1 aCKIIOWieCL't! 1110 II. 1
rtdcralitm always Hostile (o
The Philadelphia North American
speaks of the Hon. Henry Hubbard, lale
senator of ihe United States from New
Hampshire, Mr. Buchanan, and one or
two other gentlemen, as old federalists.
We liahpen to be somewhat acquainted
with the history of Messrs. Buchanan and
Hubbard. Wilh regard to the former, in
the war of 1812, about thiriy-five vears
ago, when a young man, Mr. Buchanan
shouldered his musket and volunteered to
defend his cot'.ry against its British in
vaders, with whom the federal party then
sympathized, and t,o whom it rendered
"aid and comfort;" and whatever he mny
have been before, certain it is, that since
then he has had nothing to do with the
federal party. And if he had desired to
continue Ins connexions with it, he could
not , for that parly, and its legitimate suc
cessor, the whig parly, would tolerate no
such act of patriotism on the part of one of
its members. Something like this is lite
history of cx-Senatur Hubbard. In the
xvar of 1812 an invasion of Porlsmouih,
fxcxv Hampshire, was expected, and to
repel which the Slate troops were cubed
out by ihe governor of the Staio. The
town in wnicn Mr. Hubbard resided was
called upon for a company. Mr. H. gave
alibis encrgiesto the task ofgetting out this
company, spending his time and paying
lis money freely, u enable the soldiers lo
go to the defence of a town menaced by
the enemy. Daniel Webster, ihcn a fed
eralist, and now a whig, was making his
anti-war speeches in Congress at that very
time, and the federalists of Connecticut,
now whigs, were hanging out blut-lighis
to inform the fleet of the enemy, then ly
ing off the coast, when any of our cruisers
put to sea. But, to return to Gov. Hub- ,t off without a beau."
S.i)s Dr. Chalmers, "We never in the whole
ctirsonfour recollections met with a Christian
fiirnd who bore upon his character every other
eiiienec 01 the Spirit's operation, who did not
rneiiil:er tho fc'ahl.ath day to keep it holy. We
Ityeai to the memories of all the worthies who
m lying iu their graves; that eminent as they
vere in every other grace and a-cmni lisbnient
if the new creation, the religiousness of their
iabbalh day shone wilh equal lu5tie, amid the
ine asembla: of vir i'es which adorned them.
,11 every Christian household it will bu fcund,
put the discipline of a well ordered Sabbath is
niver forgotten among the old lessons ofa Chris-
tiin education ; xve appeal lo every one who car-
ni.lli-mr.r..l.... L'L . .1
1c11.euojm111.-3 in ins oosom 01 a motnei
w,rth and a mother's piety, if on the coming
I'Und ot the Sabbath day, an air of peculiar sa
cedness did not spread itself overtlnt manii-
wheru he drew his first breath, and vva3 taught
tdrepeat his infant prayir.
Rest aured, that the Christian, havin? the
hje of God written in his heart and denying the
i'jdbath a pbee in his factions, is 8n anomaly
llpl is not to bo found. Every sabbath im.iec
irith every s.ibbath circumstance is dear to him
He loves Ihe quietness of that hallowed morn.
He loves tho curch bill sound which summons
him lo the house of prayer. He loves to join the
chorus of devotion, and to sit and listen to the
nice of persuasion w hich is lifted in the hcaiiiy
jf an ssiembled multitude.
He loves the retiiement of this day from the
Fin worldly businnss, and Ihe inroads (f worldly
.on. He lov. s the leisutc it brin;;a with it ; ard
'.veel lo the soul are Ihe cx?rcises of that hal.
1 i,..- .. 1 .1 .
num. v. 111:11 uiciu is no eye to wiinesj Mm
j ut the eye of I! avrn, and when, in solemn an
Liencc with the Father, who seelh him in secret,
hr can, on the wings of celestial contemplation,
leave all the cans. all the vexations, and nil Ihe
idcularities of an alienated world behind liim."
Berwick - Water Coinnniiy.
It gives us pleasure lo be able to s'ate thnt we
are soon to have our town supplied wilh water in
manner which will hn permanent. The pun
cipal portion of the slock necessary to complete
the woik, has already been taken ; and piepaia
tions aie being mii,iu for commencing thewo.k
without delay. Tneltweivoir ia tlritdy under
contract; and from tliu energetic hands into which
it has 1 1 1 1 1-11 iio ,
1 v-xiiijjiciiou uiuv oe icasoa.ilily
anticipated before Ihe time speciii.-d, which h',
we believe, Hi of September next. Mr. S. E.
Walton, is the contrador; and judging from the
plans wa have seen of the work, should think it
ornament to the place, as
Around the idea cf one's molher the mind of
man ding's with fond affection. It is t lie tint dear
thought stumped upon cur infant heart?, when yat
leo and capable nf receiving most profo'ind im
p-.-'Hi.v,T,sird all the after f.-elingsare 11 ore or !:?
btt in co'ro"-:-- Do--- '
ne.'i may lei 1 us f .ir !r m tho nbj ,'ct of our f.li .
live: we ru.yhccomc wild.l.eai'st 1 or. and nn" rv a
(jiT counsels or reposition ; but when death h;e
-tilled her monitory, and nothing hot calm mem
1 leouies 10 reriipiriiioe nor virions and l'ooi
deeds, aiVeetion, like a fluver beaten In ihefcrotn d
lyarn l" storm, raises up her land and suiiic:
Ii.t te;rs. Aroiioil lh.it idea, as we h.nt
nid, the raind cl'nus xviih fund afrjclir,M,atiil evei
xhen the cai Ver pniod c I our h ss,f,.rccs nunii ix
lo he silent, take the place of remembrance, am:
I Aines tiv image . i.ur deadpar-nt xvuhagailanr
cfgraC. :ml beauties, and virtues, which xvt
iloub'herc she jiossi sscd.
was calculated lo be an
well as to answer all the Useful purposes for w hich
11 is lorenurd.
The supply of wor is to be brought from W0
arge and never failing spring,, each about two
mile, dislant from the vi!lr, jD c;,st irou nine..
"i swocientsize to keep the reservoir conqtautly
tilled : and there is no longer a doubt but that we
ar.. tnhi've the pure and sparkline bcveasT.. rush
1 ng forth in every place wh-ie the convenience
ol the public shall require it-and that loo at
trifling cost compared wi-h ihe advantrgr-g to be
"iiiveu me want of water ha, been evtlunde
.i.cn nerwicic Has lang suflered j and ils present
'l"e population inty, in a treat maasure, he a;
airuuted to that cause. Many people-busies
men ami mechanics-havo been att.acted to the
place by its beautiful and pleasant situation ; but
after s-jlftring ihe inconveniences for c.ie vea.-,
have gneriliy migrated, perhaps to tome ether
location not more than two or three miles- dV,t
thus carrying the trade from its original fh-jnne!
and distributing it among ten or a dozen different
places, when ii all might have easily been kn.r
here, but for the want of one of the necssarlw of
life-water. And now that this great draw back
to its prosporily is about to be overcome, we con.
Silently look forward lo more prosperous dajs for
ucrwicK j and as the unpleasant feature of aresi.
dence hero will be removed, we expect to seethe
twelve or Ib'teen empty houses all tenanted ihe
closed up business places re-opened-and in fact
Hveryttiing mat will conduce to the importance
and prosperity ot the place, start ahead with re
newed life and vigor. Jaw'cr Siandaid.
Young ladies are like an arrow ; they can't be
nun. Atier Ins Inderal inends found ou
that he had committed an act of patriotic
the crime of taking ihe part of his c111"
try .against n foreign enemy they i"w-
ned him ; and since then, Gov, Ji'bbaid
has had nothing to do with tl',n e
was ibi ti helping bis coiinli va" J Daniel
Webster wr.s" opposing it. 'liis s''ice
been a democrat ; and D;i"p' Websier has
borne all the names asorlltl J' !'1C f'''''''
al parly from that day1""" to ''lis aJ 3
now a whig. 'J'lmcit seems that when a
man who was hr. 'f federal parentage
niie Ci'oodncss whirh has watched over our ! fine's out tlic cla6rr(!us ""It ,f his parly,
exisiuice as a i-ation, and sn long crowned
us with manifold blessings, and 10 implore
ihe Aliiiiolny, in His own pood lime, to
slay the destroyi g hand which is now
lifted up against us.
Washington, July 3, 1811).
inn ib still mr dangerous practices, and
abaidons it jind lakes ihe part of his coun
tr', he is fi,.".hwiili denounced by ihe foil
pal iil'uis whig press as an old federalist.
J'hey cannot lob rale an act of true patii
oiisiii. Docs ihe jNoiih American call
1 ):i ti i 1 Wi listr r on old fei'r'irilitl ? Ami
W l arson r.nowNLOu , xvtio lately rcrr.of;" , ., , , r , ,, . ,
1 wi,. . ... v n ..v does it nil the v.v a;bcrs of ihe II ir:ford
pie of Ihe latter place a irgnlar hasting. Ilesa; :
0:'-Anoilier reason why they are like nn arrow:
U hen t.iey t into your heart, thev can't be eol
lit. II .1. -.1. if b
out "till dealh."
W T Jumble Heart,
If Heaven bestowed Ihe power to raise
liut one peiiiiun to Ihe skies.
I would not ask for length 1 f days
For wealth or honor earl hly praise
Cut this my fervent prayer .should be,
A humble heait lo sacrifice,
In faith and love, 0 Ged, 0 thee,
CO-Col. Ir.ncll. Wticjit, lotc commander of
lhfM; ss;.rhuretls Kegimi nt t.f Volumeers, has
uceived the appuiotment ef Navy Agtflll lor us.
Conveiiiioii federalist.-', every surxiving
member cf whoin is a wh'-j?
Tun odor of flrnver-i is never sn "veet ar.d
strong as before a storm. I'ciii'ilul soul! when
the jloini i!r..ws nigh tl.ee, be a flmver.
Mi r; lose man" excelU nl things not because
,Mns. Jcdsov.-A letter from Key. Dr Jiidson,
dated ilurmat., March S, slates that his wife is in
f lapul deeliue, ami he foul serious apprehensions
!):.! slH! woiinl-never he any bet'er. Mrs Jild
1 e.t. n -ivi-ly known 111 this eeuMry as a wr;'
-tiller ihe a!sOu,ed naire if "J"inny Koncs'
iney converse with-it looks so much like i.rin-ciple.
I like to hear men denounre others for things
ofwhich they themselves are guil'y-it looks' so
much like ennsistenrv.
I like lo see business men keep tlioir shop
d. ors and windows closed until li e sun is an hour
nig,i-jt shows Ihry arc independent, and J:,;
lavors of their customers.
Jdvtulurt Mil, CaUoratclcrH.
1 once hunted for three months j com.
Iy with a hunu-r wel hwv.n h
In idea he was wild and imneinativu
in the extreme: but in his sc(s ofdaring,
c.,tl;e most cool and'phitosophic fellow
mi micm. a commercianto, or mrch
nit, etsan rrancisfo, on whose varacilv I
knowfr.imexp.rienoclcan depend, t.'ld
ho following Mory of ibis nian, whirI
wi.l at once illustrate his rencral chanc.
"This hunter was some months before I
had Men in wilh him, mng l!lC bcstof
he hilo Lakes frr-m the interior, rj.', a
paci otlurs en hh back, his never
erring rifle in his hand, and his two dog,
by his side. He was joined at the norther
ost end of the valley by the merchant I
'ave spoken of, who WM annc(j ohy wi;h
a sword and pistols.
" They had scarcely cleared the valley
when a party of robbers gnllopped cut h.
roro them: thcrcwerefour whitesfully jrrn-
d. nlt-o Indians with their lassos coii.
cd m their right harijs, 'ready for a throw.'
I'e hunter told the merchant. wh n ,
horschnck. to dismount it.stan.lv, 'and to
cover.' Fortunately for them, tii,
good deal of thicket, :!l!d trunks of Jam
trees thaihaJL'ienwe strewed abonti.,
avcry dirahla manner. Behind t!ic
logs the merchant and the hunter cn-VM.
took up thc i. position, and as thev
in the act doing so two cr three shots wcru
nrtu alter ihe.n without efle'et. The hun
tea coolly un.ietl i!,0 ofin fron, lis
hack and laid them beside' him. It's my
opinion merchant,' said lie, 'that them ver
mints there want eiilicr your saJdlc-b
or my pack, but I reckon they 'ii' get nc-
fr-'Clnrlrs, do you nally PVo daughlcr "
"You know I do. Mrs. Simpk.V -Jl .w much
"oyiu love her?" "I love I.er-I ,
hard as a horse ran kick." Mr.- r;
ove htr nx
rs. NimiiLiiii iu.
sallied i f the ttriryih t.f his affe
"So he took up his v:, nrC(J :,.,( ,
JorcinnKt Tm'im i ...
... iiui.jij. w'.n 'l . t 1
, . , ' ie:ii j
CO""-fi-e thrsr Looms (a Lrt ?" said
ir'iitlci.Tiii to ,1 hand sorio vkmn" 1 e'v
hid f,.r.t -..-, il.- .1 . 111 ....
" "''-i ine niiesuoiil. " 1 P, Sir'
irex-Mi to he let with ikonir" "., s;
to be let alum ."
ffi-A man wishing nHice wa told to take a
;vfiiuM (0 Washin;(.ii, and he touk Ihe while
side i-f his house, and was pioccedjin! 01, hisjonr
ney, but was slopped Ly runiiirs Sa"sl et-master.
another (.iJimr.riM r., 1
ride, and thsm-jnd Jml r u
the act of throwing :lsrorl tj,e , '
andS!,o!,!e,s ; lli:1,:,r, as ,1C
Sf.flrom behind Urn t, v.-
the burner, as l.a rr.!n.,.'.i 1 '
1 1. .. ... "'
-ii-K mavoiu llx'siioi-s i
,!,. r n ..
u. 11 i 1 .111 11. c .'i(-S
get them brown iLiev. o
. . 1 ..
o: iiiu way (i.-. f, j.;
in our cover.'
"'i'liev were Lr, rd;
rifle again f :.!; o' r.,,
thry s;i!! cam
C3- Sixty Years Ao, Mrs. Cjorge Washinr-
ton knit ftockics for the (J'Heral. K,nv (,,.
are hut few "h,:uV xxhon do the like. .,,,1
hiiri,.ic.! know not hi-1 'he apple gets into tl:
they wiiit power lo oSt'in then,
tcsolntion to undti'iako (hem.
tut, spirit a::d
that some of the people think that hiscomne
1111111; them will mar t lie harmony nf the cfun lii s
at which he laughs rihl out. lie aver that all
the churches have been fif htiiy Dtrniiisl f ch ollu r
liiese five years, xviiliout lie armistice if a sinfcle j
day, and bate each other with a pertirt hatred.
He ,a)j of the citizens, thai a few ofiicin mance
to (n all tiie puhlic founds in their jxvn hands,
and then speculate upon lh em. "Too traders sell
(roods 2") per cent hnji.er lli.in uoois are sold in
t!ie upper coiinlics of I'east Tenifssee, and if joti
tell Ihem f it, ynti are uurriend'y to thp iolerfs's
of Knoxvillc. Owners of Sleai.ho;es Ibink there
is im n-e f ir rnlroids, and rakioad j r'j'rtors nie
nopo.-i d In mil road hut l!i- own. Ti e Free
Masons ire jealous nf the crown.;; pnpiil.nilv of
the O ld Fellows. Ainnn ln proprietoi s of pa
pers, an evious hatred r x-,l; ; xvhile r.iTiniM: law
jer, and doctors, and mechanics, one set bar;;
upon some church, and amlKcr set pin their lailh
upon a few of would-he aris'ocrals. In politics, pr pi r ; l-'Jt tuirly it is nn absurdity to si o-.v ,
every large family connexion sets up for ilself.and I uriater soln nude, for ti.e health ol jails lhan for
Ue ks with suspicion upon everybody that does the health of d .vellir.g-hou.es. K iho m..u h id
not join its wing of the party." Then he comes been washed in tirr.e, we question much whciUr
down on the people for building cow-sheds cn tbrj' would have bciorr.e U Ions at all "
1e Imvli s of ti... nn ions. Our hn
I the t.-;i!eii.,'s r,l'p-;',t,ii:.
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I.: .c :
ried very (' ii I Ihe
!ols. ii tilled
. I-.,; a man
BV?A" Hie Iur.se uhnfeowr
for he ca''"''' "fli rd to hoy a hip. ey, as he is
lilr-1-" ' ": man who ),l,-,ks poc.iels.
tbligc,l to i,lti,d the hoi
" a paper thit Mexican
CO" A Chop readier . x . : ; i u-nni into a
r 1 . hi mi- 1 1.- -
J' , hi"' beon ?.Vi to look l some of ihem
'wrJw0..- -Man Po.
lie is tl P brnlhcr'nf the mm who itifpi.rc.l lor
a pound if l.impoil tlaUs, nc ivulhy 1 i.e il
the Cun:i J sicameis. !) 'J'.iikh.
''..,. r A
ker than l ir
V.'b flip ihe fi.i'n vir.ir pill.y rcmaiks fiom the
Clamber's J. vrual -. " Wlien a dii'y 1 i . 1 1 or rag
ged ho) i i seen ii the streets in some of our more
civilizi d loxvns, he is r H.cd up by the au'l.nri
lies and ei.l to i iu ol. lie should, in like man-
j nn , he sr nt to ll.e jionip ,ii,d thi-, you i.-.ay i'c
1 11, 't. (I 0: eo il w l.iiiilo lie a l ienl 1 ,l.rp to .
... . r,.. 4 ie , 1 f l I. tii toe; I, ave i.e.imv :
ar'.j in!, cor.scq-i-.Mly, when oppurluni-
tf- A '' J1-rt, Mr. lior,;'5, this is the jrrord
k I have In (o Oi.nl f-r havi: ll.ia same lot i l
jliisii on my side xv i ik !'
11 Tl .xm-11,11. d tit .t. im4. F., console ynireU
th !;r l .ct lh.it x ml 1 t-lciii; lo tl.-; re fnud ioci-
f ! Good inoi niti;: "
' D.i vo-j givs f. ur dni'lo for a quarter ? tri
quired a waj; ht one ( f t ur f..s!.ior.ii'.ilc li'-tau-rants.
"Yc-. sir cr ," fx:',or:c ! tf.e propiitlor, i,o
!!.:, i'li,1; -c-ti.. 001
0..I- xx'..s and ii- f. n i-i's VMni tV.e beverrjc '.
1 ispppp-.T, la.ii upi n li e cuunier . . i.-.uvi
cent, which had been picprrcd for Ihe occasion,
and afler cccplinioi.ling the xvorlliy l.o.-t for his
Ij'.v charts, departed in erslacy.
10 the b,g. T;.e
for xour pijs ei-.lif r nvn O'.' r.orie. A
l.l's.) !i!il!.,,.,i'l .-.l-ii'C.'
Sifaily,!) r iinnii'...' roiil?r? x-:re nxv
i;i l'l the b v ei:il c.-.cli ;;s'.o!
. :t the 1'iuiier, wl.i.'h be rictpid by
I.. I.!...l c I 'Tl ,i( C.l '.1 I 111 , IV I 1 I'll
lllKli'ln" llClliini a in.- i-t "
ho fin d w iih w'.. As only or,.-, r xvai
left, be wbr.ii-'il toimd lib hi.i'tc w:,!i ibi
ie.Kn'.ictJ of i.-Hoi'i'in''; :-- wlirr.ii 0
bullcis cut the 'iO'-'X lis foi'cr
i.Vel! douc. i;;crcl:an',' s.ii.! : : 1 u hnr.t'.r
you've stopped that i';:i-.v's ,:..!!;.' As
mit.i as the rohher co.:!u dif cii';-:'!''.." k'.r.
cflf ln;m Ihe la'ib ll b ? I1"'' !c in l.-.-i
bcebi and ran d 'Wi a sloj iio;-! ;:iu! p: f,,.;
as be cot:!.!. The limns r drrw 1 ; t.-,n.--liaxvk
front l'b b'"!'. '1 '"v" ' -' -b'0,1.
As the robb'-r x r,, -.r-?. . f f ,-.
Ufr-U-UM) ll:ail p',!l.-S i-:;M li.f l".!i;'i,!,-;' "si
ni'ib.e ivnicr rr.-n , , is;-.--;
b'-:'.vren Inno, r -l 1 t::.' I-. .' i;,.? 10
. !!. '1 b'.J ! t-.! .!... d T'-.-i r.
i!-' f.!;-:o el' ibis b.:.,: -
eiiiirnlion. Whf'O ' (loi.dilsare locked up in jiil
1 1i p fir-.t t.iori .s tl.i v l.ixe lo subir it lo is ihi.t of 1
beinir wii-he.l ui.d seruhhfd. This is ,-.',1 xmv ' The. lvt,' that nn no Tumio" Q.Whct
Us t o ihe h.dies like best lo waik in t
A. Mocselinc. de l.nor
tl. Uhut laini do the belie; liko bL3t to xv?U
ar t.' '
" !I.iL!.o,:!ii.-rs," aid a fiirr.er, to mlrishmai,
biii!y tiiS-J atone r.f his rhr-ny lues, "by
whr.t ri.'l I do vou l il.c these chfiuis"'
In fiitli.my Iricml," sai he, "uy my right
hand, so 1 0 "
'11 iuforir.'-.i ii'-c if ho
:!; f." tl . .-.i',e.
::f--.' rd i.'o;is ta
Time. Chicks may stop, hearts may cess to
beat, h.il ftill lime goes on, staying or acceler-
alio-r it", mt) I- ' " u JOVOU9 rolirit i'S
Nl,r,kis ht sriMCu'.i. ofa differr.nl Icntjlh.
;.l;d :ii liie e.llliliU.l ,,i
wt ie iar.-.f
I In; :.ll:m- v i',1: r.H;
the iumtcrit'! on sco.-cltirjr H.i --.!..v." iv.cj
a.i'l pocUct-i of the robber?, be pidicd furt't
som iloti'uloons Mid doli.iis, .i !i o:!,ir
viiiialb ?, winch llicy liiul, nod ii!-,o thort
lir.iu previously taken from mm.c ir.ivc'lcr ;
the saddlc-b.-'j-. !i.-in-: and ::-i'r,ittr.-iH n:s
ofibel'iirr x iii'ie mf n wc-" packrd i:;
;m I nvid.! I 'st ii ihe sifblics 1 1 t!ie
. 1 .,-i.i
txx ii I11n.se, tin. n'liiicr iiioiKiunu a iptro, tins
merchai.t auci'.bcr, h'.s i nie In m? sl-.ot and
linn lliav b'U the
tlio liodies ol
s-.,.1(. r.t -.i ii.m, icav-
t!e lijbbiis to wolws.
...i: ....I-,, linxvlmi' -Vv ' ...' eM r"'er.
. -..-..use,,.,,, nnwpn."-.cnuUr.s
Juventurcs on the If titer,, Coast cf 'South