page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
V BLISI1 F.D EVERY FRIDAY I N
. Louinburg, N. C.
r. , . : ),y . i
Geo. S. Bato'Eil,. r.Proirieto'r.
Rates of flabacription in Advanee.
, , i t -; t'.t
. . . 9
r Adrerlissaesti wUl be ! lasrrtedjLal - .
fhe fjllovlrUH 4r suiff Cu r
One iNjuanj one Urac 1 00
. two a " TVST)
three i4 Uri
44 iVma VMwfVft
GEO. S. BAKER, Editor and Proprietor.
TERMS : $2.00 .perVAimam
r or one year,
Fur bix months,
For three "
Qiataa ce year
LOUlSBUliG, N. C, FRIDAY; JUNE, 23, 1870.
J ... .:
- J -fie
Mktitodist CiiukCb. Kcv. F. T.
Held, I'aator. Services every t-ahbath
at 11 A. M. and 7 . P. JJ.
Tmycr meeting every Wednesday
nt 7 l'..M.
Communion service the Second
Sunday in each month at 11 A. M.
KcwardN meeting Monday night
aft it th wound fabbath in each
Subbath Fchool every Pabbath at
5oc(K;k P. M. K W. Fuller. Hipt.
St. Pauia" EriscorAL Ciiukcii.
I?ev. E. Ihdlmtay, Hotor.
Service on th first and tldrd Sir
day in each month, morning ami
Holy Communion monthly on Hist
Minday school every f unday morn-
liig at 9 o'l lock.
. . . " : '
failorc o! tlic bank in which
tmiii;o , Oourtwlilp.
1W 1't 'JENE II ALL.
DAVIS fe COOKE,
ATT'YS all COUNSELLORS al LAW
LOUISBUBO, FRANKLIS CO. N.C
Will attend the Courts of Nasb.Frar.k
I'm, (J:iiVille, Warren,8nd Wake 0'Un
t . m'.bo tie Bunrt ine Court f Noith
Carolina ami tbe U. S. Circuit and d'ip
rm CouitH. N' 7-tf
W. H. SPENCER.
A. T X. A. W,'
Xush Street, over
LOUISBURG N. C.
J. F. BULLOCK JR.' T. T. MITlUKLL.
Bullock & Mitchell,
ATTOUNEYS AT LAW,
Fhaxklinion, N. C.
Will pradice in the courts of the 6th
Prompt attention given to the r.olifc
tion of claim. No 50 tf
Watclimakcr and Jew
eler. FINFi Wutclio nnd Jonil.y of the bes
MiinufnHor :ind it the lowest p- ices.
All woik piTHunnlly attended to and war
tl 63 8ymmorSL,retenburjf,V
Whitelaw & Crowder,
Marble & Stone
Corner FayettcviHe and Daln Streets.
Raleigh. N. C.
IjP" Orders Solicited.
C O U E IER,
He tenderly lifted her with a
tlnill of happiness he had never
felt before. He was carrying her
back to the library when he met
Sidney and Carrie going to
lor. Carrie was very much
enedvbut as they laid Addie
sofa, she revived, a crimson
placed the deadly pallor.
questioner about the cause
fainting; she answered r
have not been well for several
but don't let me detain y
limn ulirxl.- ltnrwlvi K'll h f r lVIfmll I lOtO
who said, t:wc must not bo disap
pointed after all, iu not having you
wait on us.
'No indeed," said Carrie, v,e will
wait until Addie is sufficiently re
covered. there is no need to, hurry,
glancing archly at Sidney, --who.
drew her hand through his arm by
wav of answer, "asking, what
has become of Char:ie.' ; ;
Charlie bail retreated lo.the dis
tant window, when Addie opened
her eyes. He felt he was in some
way the cause of her tainting, and
was intensely gratified nt the
thought . When he heard his name,
Lc walked back to them and said, 4
am sorry toV.nv it, 5ut Miss Hals-
ton objects to my waiting with her,
if you cannot effect a change in the
waiters, you will have to dispense
with my services."
There was a wild flutter in her
heart that drew a stifled exclama
tion. Had she been mistaken !
was it possible that she had taken
it for granted, - that Charlie was
the groom. It now flashed through
her mind that Carrie had never
said so. Yes Charlie Ewing was
still free, and loved her How
foolish she had been what would
he" think of her. These thoughts
consumed only a moment, and with
a deep breath of relief that she
had the secret of her folly all to her
self: she said. If Mr. Ewiitg w'iii
excuse me, I will wait with him, 1
was so indisposed during fojir late
conversation that I fcarHlfdid not
understand half he said; In factn.y
own head reeled so badly I cpj2;bt
he had been drinking."ifElie7 all
laughed, Mr. Ewing came Forward
with a gratified smile, and they pro
ceeded to the parlor. ATlcr they
returned from the . Church, a most
delightful reception was cnjoyeXJ.
Mr, Ewing was ; a devoted atten
dant, his fine eyes declared; un
mistakably his admiration forAd-
die. The first opportunity she-thad
money u as Iepo8iledr ; was the
cause of my leaving the .Spring?,' Heaat on oneidof the room in a. "M n ' 'Iancyer
and this he said as if to himself was big', whue-ok rocking chair! on m. a.1?T!a, 'ff, 'Jcsabd!
the cause, of her cool treatment. th. other aide, in a 1ittl white-oak- T1' is alwaja something wrong.
Tock.ng-d.air. A long-eare-1 deer-. fW.?1! IWlJttl
lH?und, mapping '.at fliea, waa' by hi everything U just as U could bo
biH . . Ki kL' of. of .flnn. . l. hmrm WisllCd. That' IS tlvV OTiIt O ''pOCtf-
iJoth nck incftisantly that the nt,ment, ,ut iaciual fact, ot
young people aot the. d5 aod tke luc ,t is of ca,t , rKciica) im-' D
U,ket.' lUnch heavilY. and- locV Prtancc and utility to' nndcrstaml' '
1 ' .i . 1' i ' i . i
otof thereat' window at- a crapo . . ,UIW.-, th
How could she think me so ignoble?-
5Iiss Carrie has the sweet and easy
flow of your and Sidney's court
sliip, made :you callous, to the
troubles of others, or vould the re
cital of my woes interest you?" ;;,
"Mr. Ewing this j3 the, .very.eub-
."! tWidtheolvllaa w'iti'BSi'
lvci ty knd-j roccfded to tr the iynv
iuiutnz iwicniKrs atout the Jot-
tc of hir ,dauglter: f Vef. Mrs.
TrtilX. 'V. L.l -in" rV - W ?
1- TKaCinynnii, fclgi'tti
of tUe SrfliU u jr of
I r. ' . .
v iru oooiing ot ot ue orie wing c
t)iq caritol. I- paw .draTlIn albxt ia
fofJt cf me vXrurc w tilth
torlnTjbcroGa Uo cecjt per & arm
mjr alter ail the care .an.' aHectLm I " 1 .--e "-.r - ...'rj Jof
jeet tuai i nave ikjco .waitinc to vrtu , d.A ;firh: ;iit.tv . . uA .M4'?. u -- t... -ri.iri
iiivi'ui-.. - i j -r.fc.. .w.v, . j - ' :!. i .; ri fjfum per imiiirr raU4icu cm JlCr iruni i
fright- uiscusswnnyou.mn uianotKupw azcs oht of 4he,t .riadofrt..attberLV" 7m V'l Uftncf up.' I rouhVn't Bear atuudcr f
on the Lrv o begin without beingof turnip patch - i . - : J.
thlc re. fi"ns, 1 am aimid.that 1 . i8 thirty good ' weather to 7 fYlL, jo''ha'Je oi1 tll
ivi I will incnr-the eveiiastinff di-I i- n- i I wv me piguesi measure oi l f.i i,tii'f-v,.:t v-
of her pleasure oiAUiue. ;. '.'Tisthat,- if wc or.ly- had -ant to LT1 "j rMrr"' w 3 wkedthe MW. i .l?:1-
ising, ."I lauers cannot be maoe any pJck,v . , . . - t0 .VaJUotTT-3:
days, worse man mey, are now, ana a Tho rocklng eontiooea. 'i . ; lT."vrV "r; 4 v f T eoatrtnplatloo.1 H After I'd nceT 15 el TiiWff WI i;
on She le plaintalk will thro any light :t that's vour doe.s .mer, .r r. .,nu 1 ve n- iccltidiviarl ithl
I 1 llnrcrn III I I HOT 11 nn v I I i I t i J m . 1 ..1 '1 m . a - . . . ... .
: tlicerlul. we uinrht1 as well lbe I . .fu.ili i.m W, uiU,r?.'W?1ii.fM.tJrtrv
cheerlid noiV.. To-morrow, or next 1 : aJv . ,u .irf r.r! A h ri, iUA , ?: ..Jv Tl I
, . , i. f. i i me ktojcu io appear M eoniiCTW
u,y,..iuni; s , uinujs wniit'imui: I - ,
this distressing darkness. I
will always bless you as my best
friend, far, Miss Carrie I am very
miserhble It is unnecessary . to
eulogize Misa r Ralston to you.?
You know her, and will not be
surprised , to hear me' .say, I leve
heiN arul when on the eve of learn
ing my- fate, I .;lo.-;t; most of my
property, but so great was my faith
in this beautiful wroinan, I still de
termined toofl'er myself. Judge of
the down fall of . iny hopes when I
heard her say, that it was a waste
of time to try to wiu unlets the
bait was gold."
'You see,' interrupted Carrie,
she was applying that to your case,
"If I had only known it I would
have been saved many heart aches,
for in my dispair I left her and en
deavored to retrieve mv tost for-
tune. When next I met her it was
here, you know the circumstances,
Then I desperately determined to
strive no longer for the favor of one
so Heartless. 15 ut late once araia
threw us together, and it was
impossible to do otherwise than
yield to the old sweet influence,
but a train of circumstantial evi
dence again came ne.ir Ik ing my
ruin." He related the conversa
tion he had with her in regard to
Capt. John. Carrie- laughed mer
rily in spite of, her- protestations of
sympathy, declaring it was a curi
ous love affam She thought every
ouc who knew her,kuewher relation
ship to Capt Dunrich. She stop
ped calling him Unclo John,' after
she over heard that conversation,
I have felt all the whilo that it
would be nicely made up at my
wedding, so go in 'search
and make friends now."
Addie had bid in the
tory until she was tired
ing to escape to her room
thc library, "opeiictJ tire toor-
jnstaslr. Ewing enter
onnosite. Noticing her
Cooi.Mk, ,T .t ; :t . ;, : .
4 .1 tl ' ill " '
Anotiier rign-Drowcn ftuineas.
j'What is ho j?oo"di'ur?'V 1
What is who guod fur?" said he,
' Silence of half an' hour.'
' ' He look's, like a deer Jog."
:Who looks like a deer' uoKr
;He i.-; but he is kin-ler bellowsed,
aiiO rrettin' old an' slow now. Au he
ain't no 'count on a cold trail.'
In the quiet ten'::.inutes that en
sued, ihe took just two Miches in bcr
quilt. -If V.is a gorgeous affair, that
quilt w;istnailo ' b' the pattern called
"Rose of li::t!on." She is very raYtic-
nlar about the liomoticlatuio of her
quilt?, n:wi frequently .wulks fifttcn
miles to get a new pattern with a "real
Your ma raisin tuati- chickings?'
4 'Forty' odd." : ' ' '.' '
Then more rockinc aid somehow
after awhile, the big rocking-chair nnd
the little voeking-chair w ere jammed
sidc'hv side, '''" " ' "'' 1
"How uany has your ma gotT
IIw many what?'
Hhickcns." - 4
ns gjoomy anu sati: so we may as ' : -v n ' ,
-it i- 'V pV"J'? i'( J .i,ir .Vl nt ttme-2-o,lo Wrd fcneo
well beehcerfid at once ( , ' ' .i'Mf, '.fry- ;v .:
'.'', - " " '';Jiii1- 'they used fo meet. t-UmLMtirn-Iy,
. AnjUt .id prettv' important thai V u nUs ...iu-,;A
i i r" r '' c i i"1 1 K,i ne" I t:oant anjantlijwat at mcCl
we should .I)Q cheerful. ,!Us, in tho . , -vw --A; s: il
worse lha; there is jpSay cf.. ljLtha?a,Uncta cf tl e VAf
oil Lea'i, were trying la titia on Iota
uur a:d more jouciJ! thau
iliOdc to hich La clica.
tall ctot airitrtffA bad. Wrytaf
(lazM and gTeay. Huatorrpio hat
ai vld and duty. IIwf.ce waa the
cilr o! a hsdly tttrnrd" Yee-faol4
Wathr., tndpilf walked .rfger
kcjt up nenroua tricing aa tkcra-H
be were trying to grab acttething. In
bin mouth he held the atutap of a Cou-
4ftn!V It is,. Se4ow,,thtt ono ia
audi a petard 'liCLli." Irwaa'il
fiisct l-irr i ii-nnrt i n t r mit-cnlrno
Tr , J i ' -' ' 1 cloj-c. Well, Samanthy has made
lived. It is hardlv necessair to ' StWtW! tH h
i, i - v r ah niy JaU4trf.tue,t4)irraiefuJ. cul
say that it mukes 113 liappitr: for f ..'.W r
. , U from this tunc forthwith. '
to lc cheerful is, in one sense to be .... , .
. . i -i t . - . 4,Did you mate any effort to mtcr-
tant. to others, with whom we as- . '
. . ' . . , r 5&1 'ea dtdni' know 'itL O
sociate as,it Uto ourselves; for it
maKcs x?ur. presence welcome aim,
our compamonshin - agrceaole.
Cheerfulness not. only, renders our
owu burdens lighter, but also the
burdens of our fellow-travcllcns.
Tlicic is a good deaj in jhc habit
of cheerfulness : , for the praeticc of
cheerfulness, like that of the other
virtues, .if. cultivated, soon becomes
habitual. Amljrthen' is. nothing
that contribute niqre.to light up a
house to enliven and .illumine-a
household -than a cheerful spirit
anc a cheerful face. ,r . .
hil Hamlin tltA'tLcaaatiuaji in the
you ?o we dtdni know it 'or
cl?o wt'd'a intoiorptcfd ci .wkhia .as
iiitlxof thtir lives' .rmv t:
;"I mean, dil you try to hare ohctn
storned when rnu' f.mn.l thm m4,r 1 lai Hainan
A -, v J iSenat, which U aaj ing great deal iu
- . - i a few word, and f-oe of the meanest
""ics, indeed: Fafhcr 'ttltseojicd t6 W-Q in MaTne, whlcllcxrtloiha
firocrMX towu-aa t$-ethrfppt-aertp--l VocahuUry at biciaiU;rarj.ra:rrj j
tioa-to!t bundotfo'manDT. toe-Lnt
he SMld he would nk .taiud fiKliit'r Oki
piice of a cow to get Svmanthy back.
I InVd YitiicM,
But wearer becrdno from thi, f()r larJ y. Mti Ktia,, and
a,lJ.71J. t.10 Ia1?" ,'ady indcatryae aacr a proprtitoti
they'd cumj: afi ex., a whik witb .which may bo JljicidvtA ai too trite
Jfivc orTaLx chUdreo behind "'cm.' Bat 10 erv nJ PurP. fUr a
I tell., lit. ;B1oLU.; Uvcv ahanVL U..ae 5 ,'C! W
. ! . ... '. - - T I nan n rev vK: to j t eoeno-
'N gh onto a hundred." - -By
tlii.- time, the chair are so close
together that rocking is iuip jsiblc.
"The minks bus eat all ours." ,
Then a lonyr hIciic reigns.
xxoino oi one-Mwn. .ci auxji io inia nouic xf .pvetbe. roj witLo t a strK'o;
' J ' " - r H' ' 'dd body of, my . defunct, .corpw, jrotji j Economy can only hi soceeMfolly
Human existence 'implicV the' nc- jt remember thatV-WiW (Xcf. , nracticcd by conitatit-cxereiae. We
cecity of Kiod," raiment and, belter.' TTZ. .lrVi ' 1. "t 5' ? ."f1 "
V habitation fs le.Utmr.e'rtani to life , r i A X K N ESS.- I o" frank wiUi the ,1 1 f.t?
f m we .iuuiu iiud a kuow mil
thi.ii the qucsion'"what ilall we'edt, f KOl' $
i we can do witlreut:n4!xtraYanDM b
Alastj he absolves: , . r 4j and wherewital shall we U c'othed? ' ll0,,es7 ana , cpuraO. , Say jost neither good tit tba fredoeer nor tha
-Makiir qudts?". U'appinwalnciviliied' Wilms large- vhal oa ,T?;a, CTCyr.oCj'. onaiue-. u m M - i
'Yes,',' she replicPbrightening up.' ly dcrnd. upon the comfort and con-' cast0Dk and take It foe ;' grant cd. ' U treuUe la.li, uctry nowU
lV . i , i i r -.i i-i i w thatvou mean to do iutt wh-it ft that there lia nrrToOrodttctkm U
-Lye just finished a Koann' Eagul of. vcuiciicch with which a home maybe inai.you rown to 00 ttSt Wbat Wt c drtmt ef Indo.trr
Braxcel.a Sitting . un and a 'Nf. in-cifed. ' .1 ::':V ' ' 1 " XV 11 a fr,dtf,J MJOUaTavor Uu Wvr? a, rarp
Bion's Pride.' Have jou ever mw the Every man , in thia conntrv. ravs Jon pould grant it, if it. Is reason- kr.nton waaUfolnef. Xvt aama have
Ydlow Hose of the Paraiv?"'
The. Heme Guide "eWiallv . if he auic
has a family. should nosess a, Louie cf I vuu
- - - .
...... i .... i i r .it
ijifltls not, tcli him plaihjy J been expanded 'ia'f&LLc tod private
r vou cannoL Von will ivrrr 1 ventures on the vmon lhat tU
of Iter 1 "Vr " m i , J- ,. i v.. 1 voureelf . by earn vocation i nf n 1 wopaa crwajjjra.Trcij, aaui
1 "Do vou lovecahhafTe?'' . 1 enrod iu a few vearabv. induatrv. fru- I -Cver UO a.wrong, thing tO I Lh' VrlrV MrfVlfl.- r .!
consorva- , I ... ' , ;.; V- ' make a" friend or keen one; the lV-Mrf.U W;rTrrtUiB.U.lV7n.nZIil
and think- Prn ' i,u i,.nd ; arc-iivl .nduw,h mnrmv ciTid.id' , man.iO requcs , yojiio,do, Iwtybe'aoto tiitciditU;
edtheohe Thcn fcftrft iaif.llour fiw,ntiin cl.ae a xuodt Jbome,, Tp SU depend mQlx Wl WALM IfP ithe coatof lirinrrrT: oa the whl
cmbarras- . , . . . -j . , ... - Af fi . j. w. .r,. whicb.wcara the.best. Abororiil., UcaxXsJx iiia-fcirr
she stepped into t!e; conservatory went. M hurne'i(oran; saying ddenly 'JJ'l ' f ' fr a UabUatjonia .eu, .iacTenieot. 1 4ot m1?,,.!? -fJft 1
and was soon lost in a wiiaeraesspi uqnoi .neaiuu :l. u "I's a great mind to bito ypii T . . and unplcasaat.bidt jag very. WVa1 QXi
flowers, fearing he would look lor with my attentions. ,T e ; What4 you : great ,adnd to bite oe rpor economy; Tjjerq are. mtorcxn W Jf ?W Ctticy.. tcjilm, of
herthere, she went to the extreme W' !m?? fur?' . -7 .tion and. uranceawUwhwUlera otK
end which opened into the library, fecc must; have ricourageu; bim -Rase yoV Won't bare mk."'" f eaP?. atte.-ling. their .experienco-a. 1??KcV.l3kP0..ru? iangcpnjexrrij.
'Weir now I ax .you U-acmcnts, ifaiUe.bnrdenr.eXlaxxi te?.JAWifl !Sf 4
Theb nowjhaaygu.':,-;;,oll, r lionfpraiiiiikipal trwesfJaiy ffeviV !C)M t
Then Coo5dteanii;:lie- ":l.ear5 a Bpon.lht:teaat;ls thiUuhigfi y&1' PV P9lf ?
Moran be asked her both hands;' sayifig, ;nVc' have
sound 'of kii'wtg.' :
?PJrtf.r ' S .;.,,WlHn a.,w.Jf-.n Tteecit.I.T tl.e wing mib roc,
k A . 1. .11..' I.-k . n .. A . 1 ftfA L J-Y W " ' ' ' ' .
si . 0 I
We have aVled to our stock a aplen
did JOB PRESS. iih an ilegao)
a i lection ot type of the litest atjlta,
and we are now prepared to do
in the neateat and beat mAoner n '
8 vou need r not send yonr JOB
WORK North, for we will do it iuat a
well and cheap aa jou can get It else
bETTER BEADS, "
Mr. Ewing. soon missed her ami
whcrcAllsi Kalstori -was, i and- en- both been. iicceirei,-rDutriijlic1'
tered in con versation. d tiring vrhfth "circmrist antial nerklenco" ;J)ear
he asked; lite Kalston VouWLe false
oaeofthe traveling party.? - 2 tAnd,, panning ro.m.iunrs
' utmly-so far as
' "Uncle"-' John'Vho r he asked how t foiidly he grew to sdove.her.
suddenly.,-Vr,'f. - U'
"CapU John. Dunrich, Vf be !as- bis return (aud disappointment
wered langbing, of course ypu have
heard of him; fr
"Ko yes! I have heard 'of him
but did1 notkoownbat he wffB an A m'ost MUsfacto'makc npr urteona conduct ahaye all . bpen
undo of Miss RalstoaC l;bejiam- ihe sbquel to jtblf conversation drawn imesistiblyv to. thoaal who are
-.'You did not," she asked in sur
prise; how odd I 'Some onetold
may some times j gam , a prisoner, encouraios word, the respectful xnan-
and the same in a. love sutt Vl uer, bear no small aharo in creating
i. stionlti juage Irom your face the joy of life: while the austcr tone,
An.Aitabli: Maxnerj Muth of
their meeting nt Carries, again at the happiness of life depends on our
his mothers,; his jealousy of Uncle outward deineanor, We have all ex
perienced, the charm, of gentle ai.d
aud when Charbe partett wuu Sl- oWigitfg. affable aiid avmpalhetic m
ney; hiv wMsfd-TcrvliIm! "Cir- their dv-mVanWthe' frieidly '.'grtip,
cumstantial evidence in a law sujt, the warm welcome, tho tlcery tone, the
her that your dropping her iicqnain
tance so suddenly some time ajro,
was . owing to the marriage of her
Uncle John, which
thought :i woukjcut her' out of a
-Charles Ewing was stung by this
announcement,- to, a few moments
he was silent from pure consterna
tion, thpn said hoarsely, tlie
that yon were a very willing one. the atcrn rebuke, the sharp and acid re
"It won't take' mucirr of h judge Tmark, the cold and indifferent manner,
to decide in this case," Charlie re- I the curt and disrespectful air, the a-
phed laughing, -!gooil nights i! r pereUUm and acernfol bearing are re
TiiE end.; I sponsible for more of human distress,'
: The great gift of preaching despair and woe, than' their transient
Kaowipg when to stop. nature iasht seem to warraut.
1 1 AAMS .Ma t . M . t. .1 "
the laxali.impoacdr-for'rtpabliou PJFW rVv,Tb
and it.thereforo.c0ica ul tf U.e tacke ? V.t 'WT wlr M
ctrof the '4errant;
In a hdese of hii own kmc i feels not
thatdic ia ls dependent than-vL
ocrtipying a tenant ; bcloaging to. an-
other,;but there U an ir.ceatica ,to ixA
prove and boaatifj i bnane; to snake
it attractive and the aJd to hi value ;f-
a motive not ofteti present wacu a aura
lirea in a raoted f. tfeottiieat.i -
From.crary ftrinf of view.it U ad-
viaable for or at an of- family; when- be '
has found a pcrroanont place -of resi
dence, to determine to provide a kome,
for thoae dependant npon .bia.
.Whether, ia-a town or ini the eothtry!
this is atiia.Ua, aal - the- reaaona for
it are ao obvious , that it is scarcely
necessary to refer to' them. - - ? . '
:TrTrj .'f. '.. it:'
If a bird in the , hand,. is worth
two in the busb, is a mole on the
face worth two in the ground?
the producer has had to expend
aruL cannot rfell Ssir- le tkaa
Thare ivlat oca wi; to aeuocrt
Now wa dr-tJlr W$ tt.hJ to aaka
man to scllfyfeia than coat an! brace
we argve that tLaro tnct t-? ecooay
pciuctlin;?aari; i tl3 lici
Cci)Dttrijjk2lOdiy d;i'y rjPlb
, Ixdctkxuext Acnrt.x. How use-
I "4 vt . V. t..f : i
leu it is to rely for happiness on "the
world If jou would pa-a Ufoa-h
lifeio the eaieit ' tosfitle manner.
abrtuK from nothing in its self yirteotvi
Lndj'ationaJ Yrncratf oj that FMcU
iaiu3:eV?at and chapfle!? rirtL
f .vjv, rcicH lira icinn
j:iel,cf ccnventtonabiniad aufcr ro
ouiarreirimt oj-ca. jour. .ian'
tbat impciAj bycenjeier- and .tie j'
blflt o wiil you injaro a aYect;mn?'!
mty from eoaoUcja petty., eari.a.acd
auboyanccs, acq aire c erer4Bfeaing
ttren -tb of charactrrand .baild .ena"
firm aad durable ' bails, that in vard
respect for yearaelf, alirh, ia iocaba-'
laUy more to W falsed ttantLe
changeful s pproral of artiSciatpcof le,
icjrs.wlia Li ij Ut t;' " Ui 'Crr
aaj tciljLhn rrlncr'jy ti I ;1L.ji
there was nothing kur tLa 1
cc'wbUrlmthHr Uf :Jt
lTml coocrttadi 7Cilr9
"xl irhlowsauis.'L- -t" Ciai
Cuull 'desire a t.J te fr. J . r.J
alu-a trat cxiuTTurtsoctl! .i iJ'alJ-
4mtt isTvUrtlTiai: Iliirjy ix4
eaTtjVaa bc W t ? -tn 1 1 1 r.1
VTrne, aaid the matter 'thga nil
oCui.rehcfldea Iitwo ora t.J tL-tli.
rrit Lie taiafU lUt Utk d&zX
lieart trill be hxlt kcstrMslacda
ftHrb-J, sb ! -"alj f jt It ft "to
. ... i
. . Let e rery luto, then? scwoy i
irtvrJ bf Imrt at a'.l lizi.' aadf tLat
vil eave kiss alsaiarca xf.tbrr Jf
lprj , "'t j u i 1.'- '! ll.rs- t-4