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BV JOHN G. GIVEN.
EIlihNSBUIlG, THURSDAY, APillL 19, !Si9.
vol.5. io. 2S.
1 14 til U J I I J I - SI
war; t, ills rrsT cxAsz to trig, wx czitss to rctxo-:
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5a HieLI Bai E-iii Li Xsrs.
Tbrrc are tita tf ipet iwmw,
U ltra tfce hert (o-1j i-te aud ax;
Tin Ib t&VTSfrj'i t tnaj-ie
H"e pl'a the piril
ffou!:-! iba bare & -artud Il ect
T iUa:m iiV darkest
"7 t ih-BfUl ihzl e'er ia murt,
-t?rtt titr"prtcr-e tlta li Si
vy H-lKe world. c4J. Urk tr.d lSi,
Fro i.pa I be fct ite flame,
Ljltei fro u ibe lorrh .T froius,
VV.n b h k.uUird roatx! thr utu;
Wl.eu lLe ritf ureW jLlrd.
Ai.d lb ieajtt j.-r-jeci f.ie.
Thick. .b. Sue ost, -rwued &uJ mTijLled
THE ClTAT IMJ TEE KW5.
Who is that beautiful girl to whom yon
bowed so imiori-'" saaJ
i- H trr?n.-2. OS U2 V "DrO-
5 mev pro-
.i3-"l ri.trn rh? sios of the Cltf hotel. 1
ro: ws Adlxiue u J
amguum, your j
sjd Horace; !
vojr mmor- !
cousin and rae, aries,
rer vou nta; hre left
xioui me oeauties cf Paris, if vou canuDt
recoguuse your nearest of km."
1 ou forget, Horace, that when I last
. rw Adelaiue, she ws a ii.ely Litle hoy
n, sea-'ce ten years old. l; lapse o;
trven years mates a wondrous dan erence
t j a lady, wuote er it may do w;tu a gen
"Cman.' IS ay, if you begin to discuss Time's
changes, Charles, i'must confess you can
not congratulate yourself cpon ha vmg es
caped if toucn of nis hnger. WHe, ia tna;
bronzed complexion and hirsute visage,
could disco rer any tr-cescf the sujj-i-cherked
toy wam 1 last saw on the deck
of a 1'VeurU pj.cke.-snip some seven eors
aroT Wut leal me, wayttd ycu notVru
tiat you were commg nan:."
ieuj.use 1 dad not i-no" my own mind,
Horace; i really ws net quite ce
jLiou: 11 until 1 nad been a week at
Tne odd pronouaauiation of my German
valet naviug caused my name to be pLs-eJ
cn the Lst of passengers as Mr. Stanley,
it occurred to me tht tue Etlstake would
enable me to remm i&cozruio and 1
tuoughtl would humor the joke, if but to
is tow many of my old Inends would
recognise me, 1 orri ed lost e . euang, anu
saouid now be a perfect stranger m my
nu-e city, had 1 not acdeutaliy met you
tuis mommr; and e. en you, Horace, dud
U.-fi a. uul KUJn lc.
ivnow 02, Cnarles!
ho the deuce
could even see vou o:
rrow-h of brusn-wood cpon vour l.p anu "s- -cueok?
Do vou really moon 10 wer j m a seat, out tins w- enly the leeeu,
tajse eno-mou wniskers andmoustachesr !
Certaini not longer man suits mv-j
H-tv-j ns3 1 vasUl
:d to wear noUstUClieS
for the some reason thatl learned 10 smoie
ti ns'w.aiia oecause e.erv bodv tle
chd it. In P-ins 1 rluced mem a'htue,
V J J .,ilr ti--"i. -
j ui Lu-i -'-t-"
also I found them in fasmon. A
ii.tty hide Frncn lady, a passenger m
our Ihip, warered a pair cf Paris glomes
that 1 would not wear them a
1 r -". , - I tV snd f?r on? '
"i 1 i'vTL !"ir tSe
: , it
,N"ay, if you lake them said .Horace,
f.rweoMing them; die r are quite the fhsb-
; i , b : , r,.-,t s
U?- once dd, bv his altitude, bu! by the J h' f25 , : -1
- . c . .-Ci - - i recohecieu Aueia
i hare no desire io win ladies favor by
r r t u.,-,
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tumg more about our pcetiy cousm,
ine is as iortly in character, Charles,
1 4 r-. - rTT"i 14 1 in -a.iT wu. - j - -.
fault: Lke tke most of our fkshioale
bellel sbe bos a mania for e er vthinir for-
eW H?r niters. Ler dress, her ser-
vants, all come from abroad, and she has
declared to me repeatedly her resolution
Uiver to marry an American,'
Wnat is it my fair countrywomen so
tuuuh admire in meir f orebrn lo . ers.'" asked
"On, they say there is a polish and ele
fcau c,f r-i innr belonginu" to foreigners,
"dtacb Am eric ans never possess. Two
of Addoiie's intimate friends have recent
ly married cf some an tedel avian Ger
tn m fkrndy, 3.3 OZj Xoelv cousin is am
biionsof lomui aaeqtailr splendid al
1 nrs. -
If she were to marry a western farmer,
laid Charles, with a smila. sh vrmilA
r uga over a prmripality quhe and
?ips more taourisnmg. xjszs&j
j-ngs to mese emigre n-.es.-
'Auteliii is a norie hearted
?hoi Horace, and I wish she
If the is rcall a sensible rirl, Horace,
anu. tiiat ishs.- on! fault, I tidrak she
might be cured.
Horace shook his head,
Come and dm e wl h rue, Horace; be
careful to ted one of rav arrival, 2nd
we'll discuss the matter ort:2 bolt' ? of Sae
old Madeira, if you are no: too fashionable
to drink vJ1 -a
The xrhidDxrs cf Mr. Walslnrh.
house poured a faad of light ihnaVh. the
criutsDn 5 Ilk car.Lu5 npja the wet nd
dreirr-IookluT seeu while the ruuic
heard at Luter.-als tId to the apiuz crrl
celiec-ed about the dor, that the rik were
td.--z.TiZ c:;v. Fu
de?3rteJ rooms 5
were brUIiout wrm an array of vouth aad J
beauty, but fkires: zmnzig them ail stood i
the m-stress of the fesiaL Arhredi
roue oi wmte craue, wruu no omer cm-
) meut thaa a peri houdeau couuriiur her
dark tresses, sua iooiei tue jersoiu cation
Cousin Horace, she ex rial m; 3, as she
saw her favorite cousin euer the room.
vou hare not beu here these three d-vs;''
and then, in a lower tone, she added, -who
rs ma: sp.eu.uiu iJoa :ii?rau j w. i
A I . . , -
-u - J10
Horuce Lud rus huzer cu bs Lp us a
em erred from the crowj a: ihe
eutrunue cf therein Odiss Wliiuiraana,
Tne blood mounted into Adrlaide's
k as the Count bowed io-u- c.er the
he hasieeed to secure far the
next quadrille Tnere WjS a mischievous
sparkle in Horace's eye, and a d.-ep and
eurues: de.o:edess in uaa sironger's mm
ner, whlh 23 -da n-u- feci a hule uaacamfor
tarble, though sue knew not why. A sin
gle g-lonce sudieed to show her thai the
Count was athred in a maguiocent court
suit, with diamond buckles at the knee,
and a diamond band iooplnjr up ihe elegit
zLiah tenures, which -encumbered his arm.
Afiersome minutes she ventured to looi.
anJ-exceeULngly w-li sniped; has eves
were ery br.gna,bat
was a z
tutifui mouth, iraruihed wim the
d mou: acne that e tcr r raced
on American bili-r-em
dal-gh-ed. He chmced clegndy ; no: wida
tue suJ" asrkward f of an American,
who aiwuv 5 seems hah ashamed of the un
dgniued port he is playing, but with a
ouoyoncy of step and grj.ee of m juen per
fecdy iinri railed- Ade-ide ws encuen-
ted. He spoke Etaghsh tery weh
German accent aloue betrayed his (orz.
birda, and Adelaide did n:t ihte ham tne
less for that. It is true the felt a Ltd
hen she fouu:
mrough trie wul.z in tae aaaas of an entire
stronger, on I ner crow i.uu;
tninu erv Lke anjer, whrn
i wm some-
she 1 el 1 his
Tne evening passed away hue u dream,
; iruii u -.-1 i-j
.l - . . i. i r ... u
i ''aaui.c i.iuj a tra-ij-srij-u v
1 aeemej piasur.- ue was too
i datv W
- tiaer ijCiikias.-ta j.e ca
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iie ne.er neuaee.eu.; :t was
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cue.k and neaw ere mot
' i.iese i-te nours
kill you my
! said he. ne he k.sa.d
1 suon return 2: uoju.
1 htad vou
sudl so lanruid, I hi
So suviuir, he siept muo his carriage ant
dro ve to bus cotruuag-rjom, wnere.im.me."
sod in buslnes.s he qui.e "ferro: Adelaide
jt, tilthe 'dinner Lour summ
1 htm from his dmtry hme outre tonts
entereU Lee ooor.
! A low musical laurh struck on b
as the servant dvrew otxm the dr
room, and the ihrht of her rad-nt
nance, look intr more brhdant than
t "l be:w&ra. tous-n llorcs
Mr- Walsinrham, in common with most
Americans of ine Oiuen time, aada rreat , j,., .Iv watched the" ar c-f her i me a Lmimuble instance of the creduhfr cf
prejudice again.: loretgners. -if tney are i ekce21t featuVes, and then, as if he divj- l die lower" orders. A wocmn in comfort
real lords, Le tis.-a to say, -tney con t want 1 mzli of her feeiinirs, sudden! v : ble cirrumstances had an onlv of
mv dau2 titer; anuii tney are not real lorus . -i,,-. , .-.a: ...f J-r, v., .v. .v., " .1 4 ....
m da ugnier don't wrii them- His no
dons of the reu tonic character were foun
ded upon die wonderful socles which his
mother used to tell him about the Hessians,
artrl vairue ideas of ruiuaus and chlld-eal-
- u.w . r- t-r
t.hiny German. 1 ne cavi-mess wim wliicn
he saluted the
which he grasped
errant "OrJ 13 lOSt ml VCU Tre
; so surrounded wim preutr itrls," By the
i r2v, boy, drawmz him aside, 'who is
; that ltairv-faced fedow!'
Thatis Count Pfuiaen
Count Pipdiarnmer! wuid
mans hai e certainly an odd tancy ia names
not.e Count, orme-a stn-i ,1,-- it .--a-W V o-srr, jpj;,,;.i, tw. t -
, - , - , - f ' - " ' -""" v a j uu " jlj - .r. 4-i - iJ.'. a
10 me coraiai warmm wim ; ;,t, ,v, ct, J , , ..a j-,
the hand of his nephew. .r ,ar-M 1? r r,.--.r;-, k -v,. 1 V-. . 1 .. . is f
see vou, Horace cnujvtn t : r -r-j rir - -..-.- ' . 5..,, ..-t.,,. -
said Ilomee, luugdamg; why Lis chief cu-; Otdy ted mo, Adelaide that your fath
siness a! present is to receive the reventes cr's prejudices are the sole obstacle said
cf his prmrlpulliy. - j lLe caus". pissl-srutlilj; t bat thut you
'Priaclpalit-l' fud! i few bsrraa i could have lived rue "d i shH be co-
ucres with half-a-dDzeu cud-liDvel? eu I- ';
I 5upjo?e. ll w oniC3, Horace -ifrr f;
) d3. Adel
-Auu a nou-d-Tul of ?ushie.
deuce did ycu brlu-g hiru here f r? I don't
think I c3ld treat him vrrJi corumin cl
rihtr, if it tt ere ct for your ske Tn sa
far rur sike, desr mde, treat him civilly,
sd 1 give you nj word yon shall c.
repeat your kmduess.
Evervdav saw the Couut Bavhi Lis
deroirs to the lord r Adelaide, and sd vrsrs
framh-T some ver? vrb-i-reieis; for his
visit. A borne! of rare cioucs, or an ex.
quisite print, a scarce book, or a beautiful
specimen of fore:n rrt-chanism, were
sure to be his zjxAz-zj. Could any rirl
of serenaeen be insensible to surh r-lioui
wooinr, especially when proiiered by 2
rich vounr nobleman, wno wore such
splendid wnlskers, ani whose moustache
i and imperial were the enrv of all the
pi runts f.r ladies smllesf Ad.Ldeoon
oeran to disrorer, that, when the Count
was present, tun 2 tew 03 t ag wmgs;
anal wnsn, aiaer spenumu" tue morn
1 - T
her compun r, he ieu:ared 13 m ike
rav circle csualir assembled in the
uruwmj-room tt e
entnj, sue w-s con
scious oi a cejrree of pleasure for wusca
sue was rmwiiimg to
mac wim her cousin
aecouut. His iati-
H er.-tce auTordrdhim
me opportunity 01 c-etug
aa-roau as weh as at home, and in in? gay
eiening party, ihemorniej promenade, or
tt!e afternoon ride, ih hunusame Count
grinded vanity probably
aiued uae natur-i roodness of Adelaide's
temper, and enabled Ler 10 endure, with
exemplary equanimity, the railleries ol
her young friends; but she was not so tran
quil when her faihrr beran s-eriously to re
monstrate against this imprudent intimacy.
Vou ita.? -had 2U -vour -"hiiai? irraUnei,
Adeiiidr, said he; a.avr toj mus iTd-alfe 'luittd in vcu! 'Yoa have, vou have
one o: mane. Adopt as many foreign f'asn- I iern deceived, mv own sweet c-ousiu!"
ions as ycu please, iu: rememoer mat v-oo i cried liie Count, as he covered her hand
ne.er wrm my consent, marry any other ! viih passionate kisses. Yon ha e re
man an American. My f.r.une has beer. jtcted Couut PfrhTenharnmer; will yos al- ;
muOe by my own indusry my name w ', s rethe tbe hand of vor madcap cc-isirt. '
iransmutted to me unsullied iv m father, i Cnarles W.nstanleT, wh:se liriewidV vou
wno earned bis p-au-nt of no'aiLi:." when he ;
Uid me iiecuarahon cf
U CIS Oi i" T-'J-ti l;ri--r - !
ir.-;ao he 1i.iis of m r toil, or teach
i daughter to oe asliaiued A her ret-u..;
a parent wno ttud never bei".
eacept m tne v
n-ess. hrs: lei
orl . unr-.unu'."i trn-uer-
Adelaide to look into me
; J-Jiis 01 her o--n b-eim She was zJrrsts.
j termed at bcr earn researcne-s, wnen she
i iouud mat sue Ud ah -j wed the imu-e a:
! uae Count 10 occur; v its in ost hi
i cesses, iditteriy ui sli? repent her Pii .
1 -1 wish he were an Amerrr.au, sirred
1 s.i; -ana e 1 11 He cre, ne .sji no. i;e
" .. . !
i nli s-o pieaiUur. iUT -ueeo-eu nis man-
uers are how much fetLng ibt-re is m ah
-' he s an,
loidrt ?he was Lh? di? fafcrn-
drr-aded Uis power, vet she
i could not
from it ind tt-
tnce. re-ne coutu not c-
"rom hers eh
tue ihet lira:
C ruui tto
orv: nod. and
Tr r tr -'-bt-- re d. S-
r:inis;a res:oe fi?r. nc coram eiaceu
! csai ersotion f di of those r
which women always lore t Lear; but
He spoke cf htmself of his various sd-
lencur Lis personal ;e-nng arj-'l,
nntllv, cf his tr'-'roarhinz departure for
Adrliiie" s cheek grew pal-r as
; rose to ner lips, i ne L.-cunt
; '.-.-n t-e s -5 crTri-; tt;--1 r rpr- tlrs
as a statue, mail
aroueed bv die
Count's enuteancs for a rtplr. Wrlh bit-
Count's en n-eades for 2 reply-
ter sedf-rep reach she attempted to answer
him. Faulterindv but frank r, she stated
her father's otj-eedens to her un?cn with 2
foreigner, and L-iumed herself for hermr
permitted an intimacy which -could ordv
end in mtniur for both,
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test Adelaide blushed 2ud trerublsd.
-For the id re cf Learen, zzisTrez zn? but
Tiiidlr Ait da-sr-T'si
ao Lis, ani he was answered.
Adelaide,' he resumed, tif.er a mo
ment's pause, we may yet be happy.
Could you lore the humble citizen as
well as" the noble Count!"
A slight pressure cf the hand which lay
iu his, and a flirting smile cn the tremu
lous lip, was sufficient reply.
Tnen Lear me, Adelaide, said her
isrer; 1 will return to my country I
will restore my honors io him who be
sDwed them, then I may hope to
My utter contempt! cried Adelaide,
vehemendy. r What resign your country
-forfeit the name of your fkthers de
sert your inneritanue oi duties: .No,
C-ount Pfeinenhimmer! if 2 lor-e of free-
don led vou to become a cialzen of our
f haj-py ia&d, n me would so
: cone yon as Actelaaue V aisinguam; fcat
; torr nasfion. AdeLadt!'
Could i expect stiUiihy cf feeling in;
him who can so easiiv abandon Las es-
'-ave land and forget the claims of his coun-
try! Vou have taught me a titter lesson,
C-ount- INo American would hare shown
uch weakness of character as t hare wit-
lessed in him
H?. all that his lir?s rirofessed.
1 tad never met,'
she, bursung into
the Count mose
precious tears assure me tnot you iove
rae. Be mine sweet one roar father
Will not be inexorable.'
said sue, 'vou would have iae make
virr-chedtor ihe, Ccunt - Pieix7cr.harn- ;
ser, we mu?t part! Yoa - do net i
aaiaerstand mv nature I have been de- j
.rere seven years tr '
AdriIde ftuned irt-m
Wuai meiu? ail
Vi last ml-
rf vujs.ou 04 let a
werei he:, ana
coasm Horace entered the room just in
jEue to see hr sink Liiu'lnz in Cnarle
Vv'iastanley's arm?. The trer c-f
iadr wu.-n e-he reoorered and learned
.te trick which had teen pro-rased upon
nrr :h? rnfrrimant cf couin Horace
ne suhsfartion of the fhd;tu. and the dual
reroncdiati jn of alt- ctrfr-ae- may be
z n - '1
c-etter imarrneu tron ue?cra-e-a.
A few weiks after, a splendid party
a-"atn a?5?mOif-j m .1 aisirtrnom s
dr j-ViUg r.nua-; but Adelaide was no lon-
j-t-r the life of the party.
; 1 arrav, and -uecke-i
; which once sparkled on die person of the
: ihi? Count, she sat in Hushing- beauty
; tteiide her coudn Cnarles, who. now
he had shaven cu his men
du-3 his whiskers, looked
a true Ameri
Charles, did jtu woo me in such ouzlard
hh 2uise! hispered she, smiling.
ueraue you vowed to marry none but
an erz'lcriziih wooer. Plain Charles
Wtstordrv would nerer have been allowed
the opportunity of 'winning the heart
which "Count PfeiiT.mhcmmer so closely
be.Fed:T-d. -A-, sr, Charles, said the
happy .d,rr, -if American women would
1 onlr value a man tor tue weirnt oi nts
- brsms, radier
than the lighmess of his
. .X. T i. , "
1 L-i. u iaj. .J sua-X'fi- t--t vl
4 snosta nave less oi loreigrn toppery.
and more o! bomeiv virtue m our ccum-
and more of homelv
trv." Tne Gift.
Sl'sl LsrTuuS ssj ibr Sid WcTuun.
rest for 2 desire cf knowing in what man-
cer ite was 10 cue. 1 o learn mis snecre
rr C3V attended in the church to winch
i iaiv narrator belonired, and kneeling
fervent oration", hrrging 1dm to enltrhteu
' and tnrrrtnble tj vcr.'
J ? r,VJa - -T-ts
itn uhe necssif
of being daily obladgrad to rumlnd her th. t
it was tune to snut the church, at length
she were out the purdence cfthe sexicn.
He waited however tdd Passion Week, during-
which ii is customary to '.ell due image-
- When the gcod lady made her ap
pearance he laid himself behind the cur-
:can -ju Tav. : n . !?-. rv T--r
tain which concealed the flg-ure, 2nd cn
the wonted supplication cfBle?ed Sa,
Lorezo, iniorm rna of what death nr
son is to die; he instant! r reolied in a
hollow, Bolemn tone Irnpiso, impiso; in
Eng-hsn -he wil be hanged.' Ahf raid
rhoihsr, risiu from her
nees, si: at all astonished at the mkacle, 'j crs of cupld, the rlances cf lore and ten
r rrateful for the gracious condescension ; derness with which dtev were fhded resern- "
samt, you rascal, it was for that
tongue of yours you were roasied alive.
lMomin, Squirer said 'down east, gir-
hag a nod and 2 wink to Lyman Towle,
as these gents stood in their store in lies-
ton one mcrunr.'CD and dresssd (Vir
'How are you; sir! raid the merchants,
Pooty well, cn-slderin the state cf
things in rin era wL I say, you sell skins
h.r. don'; you! " "
We do, "occasionaHv, was the res-
WeIl so I
I teou, I reckon!
; . B;c.,
Why, hare you rot some
Some! Yes I guess I her ona its j-jcif,
teou, 1 tell yeou.'
Le; s loDi at it.' suts one cf the mer-
s. Tne owner oi the skin tarred at
over-coat, a lew minutes.
.and out come a
i pr:tv toneiderable
; venerable revnard.
There it ;
-a perfect bewrr ii is, 100.
been many finer cne,' vs Towle.
-Praps yeou her, and praps yeou haint;
but I deou think it's a rale bewty sd.ck
and shiny as a bran new hat.
When did you get ?rt;. skin! says the
Wnen did I get it! why when I killed
the dam'd critter of course.
Yes, we know, but was it in the Fall
or Summer, or when!
-OhI vfcy; .weil. I reckon, "iwai'ci far
from the 4 th cf Jul v, anv wav, f.
jest tieoned up my old shootiu piece, fur
p'rade on the glorious anni varsity, and a-
z comes tne clu cntier, anu 1 iest c-ive
a np in me fizzaru mat serueu ts
miarhrv isuddci. I lell vt-ou.
Fou skills, said the merchant -ore not
very good when taken in hot weather; the
fur and hair is thin, and not fit fcr much
Wed, neow I reckon, since I come to
it 01 er, "twarn't hot weather whenl
shot the critter; no, I'd be dam'd ti it
was; made a thunderiaf mistake 'tcout
iur iwas rnu-M c-a to cnrsimas, was
bv irellv, f.rl and Seah Peurkm? wurir-o-
mg 10 a irot.c, i rememoer it i-ie a
eddas sixty, snovrin awfd3 was, by giu-
savs ihe merchant, was the fox
Fa-t! Oh! Molly, war nt it fat! TCerer
see sucn a iat i-ner in ail my 00 m
T T - .
nv-eou, me tt came cc-me
V til, cat ess
tvvar'ut so fu-
cctue to tritUfa aoeoutit, twos ano
ther tax oar Sudi shot last Falh i&Zs aid
ar nt so earn J lat,uot cveriv tol
iact, 1 ruess, i tat Tty-zr.tr pozr-.
lifta1 c f un, trec-menjus lean; pocr old
varmint was about to die of pure star a-
don; never did see such a darnd - eemal
starred, lean, lank, Umtshei live cram
on the lord's v earth biforel'
Yerj- poor, eh!" ssys Lyman.
Yerv roar! I resa ii was; so almirh-
rr f or, ma. wa -..luri i.-r,t- ttucav
clean ec-uTTN- , - - - ' 1" .
khlled it jest wnen I did, it"'vrouru uTt nT
it rt tea rods lurtner alonz- tact by
Ah! welh scys die merchant, we see
due skin is poor, very pooriihe fur is thin
and loose- and vozld not suit us,
Went suit-yeoui -Neon loi ahrre
veou, savs the 1 ankee, boiilmg- up nis
Attar eu m rjr- clean threajh die criueFs hide, run d : m ;
the ncajewiis bis ler?, uh the very einu w..s rrsasv i t- 2 areo.--etl- ton
Did, bv peunklns! ! a dozen niggers trlmatin" chick'ns all
tnat ; -Too iau men- we r-uess. to be rood. ; time, and 'e-sloroa-v a ihi -or head
tuch? and re-, tid Tui le. Ft s km s, sir, are nat so j oueroeked in c;faUi-"S j-heo w- put
like what he i rood as thre taken from an anmid no; I "war in de oeds, hut ds'erj am de
rtn-alilt skin, I con": kind o like sichyaps Io5I filler-
dealing as that, no brow, 2nd 111
vinm'fi t- d'TT-ation rf von catch me a ir
dm fox skins with vrtt? again.
- X15 or an
- a- rd? Vib -7 j w-.j3w,
, - v - -
v. oun was m tu-.tiuii
-.1. t , 1
r-pleeity c! tiusmfu stepped -Attn
mm at term tre sunny- f side of
02 aw:uuw-y, rd oitaa ' -jj-siu-wed
via, ay -pon tue suicriur aii
meitinrXt'-, a-i rooa the
Vi . r w.iu;nr a- J
i cac-r j and the area.
the trrirul of the visitor had occasioned,
set cfT to rr eater tdrantae than nstl ie
capnvatinf charms of ine widow M-
Her cbfi.s t.Pt;rM!2Mws;.-'
? of the zpjle bScssca: Lcr lips resembled
1 rasebuds, tron which the mcTnlnr d-ew
vet iiitTrrcd; Ltr eves were
like the qxur-
bling arrows that crdy waned a ne bean
(para on tue pan J to do full executes
Af;er a few curamon-pli.ee rcmurks
I have as ataacdunenl f jr vc-u.'
i A deeper blush than -usual mantled ths
; cheeks cf the fair widow. Wim down-
i cast eves, whose rlances were cfctrrd
j epen her bean zzl feet, half ccnceal-ed by
j the flowing drapery, ren ly paatlng this
; di social candor, replied
' Sir the attachment is rec:procaL'
j For some lime the sherinrnaiu tained tn
I astonished silence. At last he said:
Jlauam, wail vou -proceeu to court!
! 'Proceed to court?' replied the lady,
j with a merry laugh: then suiting her beis
i liful head, she added: 'IVo, sir! thourh
ms is itcp year, 1 wm not taae iCTanu re
of the iacense therein granted to my etx,
and ihrreeVerrcesdy prefer that you shuald
proceed to court!
Bu madam, the justice. is waiixg.'
Let him wsii; 1 am nut disposed to hur
ry matters in such in itnbt-ceming man
ner; and i-esides, sir, when the ceremcny
is performed, I wish you to made rsiand.
that I prefer 2 rubv.stfi to a justice cf ths
'Madam, said he, rising' frcm bis chtir
wim solemn dignity, -there is 2 great mis
take here. Mr lonruare has beenmisun-
dersiood. The attach
speak was issued frcm
cf which I
quire , anu c:
you instantly befer:
to answer 2 cun-
tempt of court, in disobeving
the cose of Smith rs. Jones.
a Eupsna m
Lite fatATHxris. An editu
i rood story of j.eregrinatlcns down south.
He was a yo'-ttg lawyer in attendance
; upon court, ana the village where the
: court was neu was tnrcnrru to eve mow-
eld was thrcnr: d to
; i-i- xaaimg,
with seme dimculrr. how
ever, procured a bed, Le jumped into it.
ne was out cram m uu.cn notmce.
What kind cf a bed do you call this!
said he to the negro who c-mriatid as
master c-f ihe ceremonies.
"reamer bed, Messa."
-Feathers! I should f---V h contained
an't be dot are nh-cellar rdrrur.
Sam. trow de chik'n in!'' murmured the
waiter dubiously, as he proceeded to in
sinuate ids hand into the course bassimr
tick- -Sauash if he habn't, tho!" said
he as he pallfd fcria a pertly icked roas
ter. -I tole de stupid jack-behine dis
mem1 when he wis fcamirln chick'ns
for dinner, to empty ihs feathers into dc
fuss class ifds, to prov de kerwuliry; ir-d
de blind n gger cb r 00k cj chick'n In
de hurry 00 hu-iness, masrn ' he c-ont'ts-
-deee liule ac-
L W n-?
fu3 time i erer found a null chick'nT -
1 The f-ehowi-y 2re seme cf ihe inren-
' dens which have orlhnaied in G?
1. S? w mtiht ic?S
i Fullin?- mldt;
- horsa llOtd-V'md
i Spec-acles; IS
pa;:e-r cf linen
J rag-s; 1 3 i 3 O rgans 133 c G unpc w der,
j cannons; ISoo wire making: 12t5C
it ate; i - . r r'ms; i jci? un mnis;
123 V ood enrravinr?; 1 l3f Prln-
j tutj; iju j Prmunz Tsresi-esi M41 Co
; per:;.at? f r
; bells; i,.h) V.'zicJ
; "-'-i UT It" -tr-.-
the educe cf Es-
amrc.au us me 10 crnur
es; 15 ST Cham
i Gun irk 235 pm-L Lee7 -T V
; AlruX-acs, stoves, ealy Tl;' J
j TeifX-r 161C Woon vrl VT
' 2f:w--ncroscopts; Tr c"
Pendulum r,.. vi;
-t-a si-?- irr? th
I - - .q r . . v - i russian.
i rial mermcme" i71
, ere are seic-ai
venrans of which -- d"- t2-
Ji ai- rT- .V,
-ic-i 25 door loi --v-,A 7
.rwerao screw r---zr- ---i.. , c
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