WILLIAM C DOTJB,
If paid strictly ia advance, tw dollars per su
Bam; tre dsrlhsr asd fifty cents, it paid witbia
Oil BHUt;ud tare dll U tti ad tt to
pr- . .'.
ADTEitrissyEtrrs not xeding iuu
Bs will b iasarled nt tins Tar 6b duller, ud
tsrsaty-Av cenU far och nubsequeat lnsrtioB.
TUom of greater leagtk will U charged propers
tioaally. Court Order 11 JoJioiala-liert iMtt
ytll U hrgca 25 par mat. higher tin tb abort
rUt. A raouble ddactioB will b madeBto
baa wh advrti by tk year.
' Bok and Job Friatlsg den wit. BMtnei as
Bspslsh, aad o aomaodating term.
' , . . CITY, GOVERNMENT.
Wa. Dallas IXayio3, Inteudant at Police.
r ; OOWBItltlnXtK. '
fcn H'on. Kldrids Smith, i. "
' " A. Adam.
ATWic H'drtf. C. B. Root, ,
' I. H. Battle,
O. W. Haywood.
rTesftrft If aid. A. M. Gorman, .
II. 1). Turner.
3. .Ti Christophers, City Clork,
f K. ii. Battle, city Tread.
' ' Cfy iCtrarvf. Jtiniej M. Crawley,
" Jackson Overby.
Citf Contlulks. Kdward Harris.
" . William Andrew.
A. Adams. VV eiirhmaster,
RALEIGH, IfOSTH CAEOLINA, WEDNESDAY MOENING. MARCH 5. 1856.
. ppr biw nri a.
THE DACOTA II-w CAHIVK. "
A TALS Of TUB LXAB MIME OF IOWA.-
. iiT room.
ruJ represeutatiun of lh battl or tk etiuw
Oa li outaktrt wen the aqnawa, cnafted in tlx
moonoiM occupation which fall to their lot
Their infant, tightly bound to atraight atrip of
""w ueu u auiau ueni over utrunea, wuica
gently danoed them to ileep, and tli boji ol
the rillage. with bow and arrow, wer firing at
th repreMDtation of a Kanea banter. In the
centre of the villag, betor towering tent of ill
Chief, at the braret, moking their toaiahawk
with atoical gravity. ,
Th jrbit men lucked at the priming of their
r'tlle, put thelrTharp huntinn toic between
their teeth and with a dml'miinr vAlruh..il,l.iwri
rhronjrh the frichtcr.ed wjuaw. ere the Darotaht
Whil the Spanith eolunwt raracod the outh-
Cvn liortion of North America in otstof a-old.
aud 111 English planted the gertn of aulf-gorern
me on tne eontern coast, the t rcnch wer but the
r u i. i , 1 iii;iiL.i.eu fiuawa, ere in iarotun
t ft i. r. . " eDJOyl1 "''!; cw,U owpr0nd wha ciud the alarm. I.aal,
Bopoly of th Trvu traffiea, and were raetamed . ,k. r : ..u a
m th. wjoymen ot ,t by the .trong an. ot mi i- warhoor. thr doaU de;trUction around them,
turv Tmiwit. iu tha trajlin m I wi. ...
..... r.. ... .... -- n . i Ua cniei WB4 tne hrst ft um. t.ntvnlv il..l.nlm
particular, we owe th r ditcoverT of the Mimin
lppi, bj the son of one of the members the
intrepid La ' Salle. . In hi day lead wa trot
diacoTered within the present limit of the Slate
of Iowa, but the noted Julien,Du ISuquewaa the
first that taught the It dinns, to collect the ore,
and make an article of trado AT it. He was not
only a brare, but orufty man, and after his
The Supreme Court of North. Carolina i- ueld
la this city aemi-annuully, on tm- second A -nduy
In Juno; ana tnc win aay o t'ewmncr
Judja.hm. Frederick Nash, Chiul Justice,
k. M. Pearson, Associate udge, ;
, W, II. Battle, " -'
' Edmund B. Freeman, Clerk; Main. C. Jones,
Reporter, J. J. Litclrford, Sr., Marshall.
The UwU& ro.t'icui Court for the Dis
trict of North Carolina is held semi-annually in
this city, on the 1st Monday in June and the laat
Monduy in Kovomber.
Judyr. Hon. J. SI. Wavne, of Georgia! Hon.
tlenry Potter, of Kayettevllle; District Attorney;
llobert V, Dick; Clerk, Wo, II. Haywood, Sr.,
Marshall, Wesley Jones.
The Hnptriur Vvnrt for this County ( is hold on
lis first .Monday ul'tor the fourtlw Monday in
March and Seitemlier. . .
' John C. Moore, Clork.
Jos. B. Bachelor, Attorney General and Solio
itor of th fourth Judicial Diatrict.
The Court ef Ilea mid Uuurier ttcttimu is
held on the tiiird Moiidny in r'ebni.irv. Slay,
August and November. Jnff. Utlov. Clerk.
' Chairman of Hit County C'mrt. William Boy
Ian, a ' "
Count MiritorK. V. Marriott
Shtriff uf Wake Coimty William II. HiRh.
CoronT Willis S;ott.
ltfjiMrr. 11. Hutron.
himself and encouraging bis wnrriors who nobly
straggled to arenge h s death, but alt in sain.
Frank Bate fought like a demon, but at one
time wa nearly a victim to a atalwart warrLir.
But on glancing at hia opponent. Frank rooog-
nisea, 4n a gay red handkerchief around hi head
hi marriage gift to hi wife This added renew.
Alt trAFKrtll t.i Uim l..u)t l..un..J . . ft..
death the savages, incouipliaia,witb bis dying hi, furyi he hJ fai, aftilant br hi, If,
T " j'J 'm''','ir0 ""n"' arm lifted him from the ground, and at the n.ne
a high clifroTerlookmg the "tather of Water. Um wltn nrvnU, Pvrt u,ur,t hi. knife into his
securing in mourn 01 in nisoMleana with a heart. This decided tb battle. Tor tl,e .ursivin
"T.1 f." ? 1 D.ieouhs, pa.,itruck a- tho iudden alt o kT
! iiV1-" - 3 Z: . i! " . "" t0 Pt wberd their horses wer tetB
civilised lire aromd tefrwtriomeiits. Acept tbel trri ,nrt inlo ,h. flrtw, ',,wards of
' I HUT aead wrrrnor iwmainoil on th b oalsflebl
from tk BaU'uut VnV. . . I
- Rellctv f My Klrwt Huoal Hunt.
BT . K. CStTSLBO, ASTUT.
W wer encamped nn Salt Creek, ah mt two
mile from the Kansas Hirer, and ah4it 6'0 fSun
St. lyaiis, awaiting th arrival of Col. Fremont,
who had returned to St. Louis for medical adrioe.
It wa now the 25th uf October ItbS and th
wealbar was ticeeditigly pleasant. We were in
the midst of the buffalo country, and daily our
Delaware Indian Hunters would nally nut to th
the cbas,frequently aocoun.aiiied br the gentle
men atuohed to tha etped tion. t was, at this
me, th only one who had tint taken an active
part in a butfalo hunt. I wa most anxious to
So do uv vat bad ariia nbieril.n. whiH I hid
n it learned to overcome. At day-ligbt, nn the !'lftiwn it was the bnmrrVrwle to do so.
2oth Oct iber, the huuters were aib'niliit. At
vrl erv i.ar wch aa bleeding bins and cu
ring him offerer, eould nntbeliev the statement
I had made. Capt. Wolff, seaing m look oTeii.
de l, raid, in these exact wonlsi When Captain
Wolff kill buffalo be cut mil th ton rue. Indian
liool bnffslo, bring boss, tongue Carvalho no
bring buffalo nmgu ; h BC kill buffalo. This
was pnirerfiil artroroent, and the infervnoe p"r
frrtiy logical ; and I toon rhanged th subject,
(senile readnr, da yon think I w as ea,iial to cut
ting ot, bs th roots, a ton Roe from th head of
an old biilfiln bull, nftrr telling you that 1 did
not su-eed in getting out the liver of a young
cow, after the an' mat was opened T Surely! was
nn: ; but even it I hail barn, the a!urmi.iir situa
t an I found mvsnlf in. at th time hs fell, i r
tented mo from aileuiniing it. If I even bid
whites afterwards cut up tha door to sell, but
the name. of Du liu H0 will ever be remembered
in Iowa. .
Years passed awar. The white flag of France
no longer waved over tint Miniippi valley, and
me ootuiroiiuers-iuan.auvanciognn ins l ircniost
wnvcof civilisation, crossed the river in quest of
the lend ore, game and fertile soil. One of the
first settlements thus established, was formed
hv a nartv from Kentuckv. led hv tha vrandi.-a
uf the younger generation -old Joe Bates, a noble
specimen of frontier's man. Seventy winters had
whitened hi long locks, but hs was still hale
and hearty, able 'o wield an axe with any of his
sons, or to draw abtad on a riflowith that fatal
accuracy of aim which liadenahlodhim to render
good service at the battle ol A ew Orleans. Se
lecting a good locality on the very shore of the
Miaaisaippi, old Jo.and hi sons built a big call
in, surrounded by a blockade to keep off the Da-
c itahs. I hey tlrcn-surrounded a "clearing
Bank nf the Slid-: uf SurlK Cdj iitiuu, incurpo-
rateil ixj'i. lluirter expires in imwi. t a;nt:u
tl.olW.'XK), divided inlo li.OOt sha'rvs of which
the Literary Board holds 5,027 and the luhar-
- Frinoipal Bank at Raleigh,
lorge W. Mot-iloi'ni, President. '
Charles Iewer, Cashier.
J. II. Bryan, Jr.. Teller and Notary Public.
W. K. Aiiderson, Discount Clerk and Notary
rublie. . - i .
Jordan Womblc. Jr.; Clerk.
This Hank has branches at Ncn Uem, Tarboro'
FayMtaville, Wilmington, Klimlk'tb l ily, Chap
lot't, Milton, M irgnnton and Windsor. "
' On th part of the State : D. W. Courts, Puli
k) Treasurer, x-oflkio, L. O'l). llranvh and W .
K. Piaile. ' .
Ob the par "t I'" SloekV.lders : Wm. Boyluji,
W. Pe.-e, J. IL limn, J. B. ti. l.oulha., Al
fred June and II. F. SI'mw,
Offering and lleonwal day Tuesday.
Discount dsy 'H eibiemliiy.
DoraeMio Bills and Bills ofkxchaiige discount
d every day.
BmineaS BOiIrS'Trtim tfttilf 4 nMnrfc ;
Itnlriyk Itram-k ,, the Hank nf On Cape F ar
William II. Jones, Cashier.
K. P. Fim h, Teller and Notary Public.
Dian roaa. l.eo. W. Haywood, T. II. Selby,
Sik Jones, lieorge Little, Dr. Thsai. . Uug,
nd C. V. D. Iliitrhing.
Offering day SI in lay, Discount day Tuesday
Rub ink mid doMlun Itiwirvml Comyamf.
R. A. Hamilton, President,
W. W. Va, Treasurer,
J. M. 1W, Asaistanl Treasurer. '
C. B. Allen, ISriait Agent,
Mail train Irava 13 minute before G A. M.,
tfnvs4 tt V. M.
Xnrfk Cntinn Rniiroad feastarny.
fin F. Fisher, Pn udent.
V. P. Sl-ndenball. Treasurer. '
J. T. Wat, Frwshlaiid Twkat A rent.
Mail tram arrive 4 a' clink. A. SI., from th
Eaatt and depart llWa. after io'cloes, A. M
Mail front th West arrive at 3J minules af
ter 4 ! k, P. SI. Departs at V asinule be
fore J o'clock, P. l.
William White, r., V'M Maater.
IHkc Boar, en week days, front Sua-ria tr 1
with a lrnrm fence, doadtniod the standing trees
by III mial axo eirele, and planted torn. When
their Born was well above ground ami freed from
weeds, they beg irt to "f voet" f r lead ore.
Thus fur they hud soen no Indians, and begun
to flatter themselves that tho "red-skin" had left
the country to their peaceful possession, hut the
wily savages bad kept a constant watch upon
their movements. Perhina, had they cnlioed
thamselvea to agricultural labors, the intruders
might have gone unmolested, especially aa the
Daootaha wished to eonrilis'e the United States
governmeut into a profitable trcuty, but when
pick axes were wielded in search of le ad , the
destruction of the palefaces was revolved upon
The first nbject nf savge vengeance was 'the
oldest son, Frank Bate, who bid built him
cabin about five hundred yards fi.ua " head
quarters," despite the warnings of old Joe.
Frank, however, bad no fenr offiidiana, and
lived with his wife and their lull in giant hap
piness, until one summer' niarlit, whou h was
awakened by the loud -barking of his dog,
Springing from his bod, ho hsikel through an
opening in the logs, m saw to his horror, at
least fifty Dacotalis, in lull war c-istuiae.et ident
ly'aeeltin tlis easiest w ay to f.irt-e an entrance
into the eabin. Arousing his wife he, ried a
cellar Iraploor, and. we a'tout to semi ber
down, when the child ah had left in the bed
lan to cry.
1 cannot leave my babe." aaij sho.
Nay,' he ex. Limed, "1 will take care of the
boy." and almost forcing her down into I bo small
ceiinr, b i-l'ised tb inihiiigcd door, over wh'-h
he die a large cheat. Th, sviiiug bis rule
and ha'chtt, h t.siW th infant nd nsiended I"
the hift of lliv e ibin, pulling op the In bier a Per
him. A mouieiit'muri-i1ie door was forced froui
its hinges and the Dacitahs entnred eager f. r
their prey, nut Hate did not remain to watch
their n.ovenienlS, for bulling bis iy tu bis
shoulders, h eauliously upeued a shiillur in the
gable of the loft, and seeing that no Indians
wer beueath, jumped tu the ground, rilM in
Bod others grievously wroundeM, but nuTa eirrgre
wnue man was seriously injured.
The women and children fled to the woods, am)
the whiles found an al tuiibinco of plunder, com
prising blanket. ri h fni. horssa, dried meats
and tents, but FraSk Bate tell sad at heart.
for the sight of his wWetnad him fear she hadi
been tortured be! ire peruhiug in Jhe 'KiklHc.
Night rameon, and feeling p'sitive that he cm! I
not sleep, he ToliiuH)re. to kee,i wateh. It was
a bright mM3iilight night, and as he was pacing
hi solitary round, planning now schemes of ven
geance, ho heard a light step approach from the
Frank, at first, raised bis rifle to shoot down
the intruder, hut a secret inrluenc led liim to
callnuti " Who comes?" i
"Aiayou a whit man f" was the reply, in
tones that proluee I aoi idis r bible elfecl U:i n
the stout-hearted pioneer.
" Tea, and you ?"
"I am rrank Uates's wife, who was taken
prisoner over on the Mississippi," and as i-ne
Kpoke, she advance I.
The riHo fell to the ground, and Frank st'iod
aa if under l he inlliienee ol a magic spell. Ilia
hands were convulsively clenched, his hair at. aid
erect on his he id, shiver ran thrush his frame.
ami lie tottered d tea several psees. Hut not ao
to the fema e, who had reoogniaeil her husband
as ili drew near, and now exclaimed as she
ihrew herself into his arms;
"Frank liny own Frank 1 Do you not know
Yes, it was hi 'nuig-ro turned l-ride, her fct
lures stamped with sorr iw. but still retainti g ber
early Isiiauiy. Mu'iual explanation folloirod.and
when the delighted ilu learned the safety ol
horhoy, all her hardships vanished. Ii now np-
Iieared that when the Indiana hail entered Bates's
louse, they f.nd a keg of whiskey which they
drank freely, ami then plundered everything, re
moving the chest in their Bcarebes. fioutwnnf
them quarrelled lor th hsnkerchirf Hates had
seen the day previous. And drawing their scnlp
knives, one speedily teiived a m-rtal stall, and
fell directly u in the trap dtsir, llir .u;h which
his blneal ran um the hidden wife. She believ
ing that it cum! f iom tb vein ol her. husband.
shrieked alu 1 1, rhus llraving the place of her
t'.meeuliucui. Drr.ring her lorth, her cantors
hound her, tl.t-n rilling th caliiii, apfdied the
torch. The Usly of the slain Ihtcirah waa em
stiinfil. and oirr his b.inea It.ite had mourned as
for thoat of his wife.
That day ihey ' parked" the plunder upon
what hores the Dae it aha bad left, and started
Tor their homes, which ihey legained tn anfety.
The prmed ot Funk It itcs'a share of ti e sp.iils
enabled him to rrhuil ! bis hou-e, but Ihis time
olose to thnt ofhisf ither and enclosed with a
high Blockade, The D.i tah, honerer, never
reiume.1, and in th Course of lima war driven
tu the r ir W est. f rank II ite is now on of the
wealthiest land holders in Iowa, a memls-r of th
S.ate benale, Jihlg nf th t'.sanly I'onH,' Bnd
Major liiMierm ul Jlililia. Inn baa dealt lent-
our mesa, feats of during and gallant horseman.
ship were being relsed, -while our roasi wa
preparing"V Weloehua, a most successful hunter,
and aa brave and daring an Indian a ever fash
io&ed a Sloceasin or fired a rifle, approached me,
remarking, "What for you ho hunt buffalo, g it
buffalo Pung.if (horse).' I had, while at break
feast, almost mad up my mind to go tSis, how
ever determined mo. In quick time 1 bad uiy
horse saddled, and fully eq'upcd with rifle, navy
revolver, and sheath knife, was nil ready for a
tfarfa; On this ocasiou, our party consisted of
enrol Delaware and four white men. besides mv-
serf. I rode out uf-carmp, sirto by side with We- t
luouas, wno seemed gratified that 1 accompanied
him. the buflaloea. Tram being daily hunted
favs!ral.ueks had trone south about 15 to 20
SIv messmates, hi whom 1 related mv adven
ture, bad n-t the sli -litest idea that I had lost
my way in the chase. I came int" rimpwith
the, rest of th party, that night, afsmt seven '
el wk, tired and hungry. Alier eating a hearty
supper, I wrapped mvsolf in mv blankets and
was Kt aaleen, di-esiriingnf the jip!iiod ho .i
I had fr ithorcd iu my maiden hunt after a buffa
Taking lu Natives
A tisn sTotr,
miles; and ive bil iiiKtrn'TtwrrTtiiitdtiiia Uf irn.'BxJjffjl worth telling.
A ludicrous vcene occurred the other day in
Anthony street, near where the new theatre is in
course of construction, which, if a brief descrip
tion may convey nn adequate impression of it, i
: .1. .1,1, ...a i.: :e i.... r
,, i.i, . .. . I ".'v "nil ..is si. wiir, usi iieiiiirr lorin-is
F.re h. bad travened the littHS -ar.len, the air hM, ' .Th(,it w n h,
of hta father' Might no that BiernrlW nliht.
without feeling a rvmwwl ana of Ins filial ubh
(ssaiviL isi Bsrisri or istu at titsioa
NORTIIF.BN MAIL (By RiatosB.J
Tarosif k Mail ! daily at 8) a. s
wiy mii t I a. aa
amrsf ssatiy BS Of p
T Car leas th dennt at fi B.
SOl'TUCKSi MAlL-(Bi Two-boss. Ilsca
Oteasia tVily at I p.
Arivw daily at p.
Tbb Hark Imra at 7) p
. WKSTF.UVMAIB, Riiibo.bI
Cloa daily t 9 p. w.
Affirm d.,ly at 4 p. .
Tb Train lea at t p. as
OOLIWHORIMAIL Br R.msos. )
CUss daily, . at p. m
Arris daily at I a. as
Ta I are kaavw daily at In altar Ua
CbasM aw rtuBday, TaM and Thar, at I p. as
Arrive Taasvlst, Thara d Ssl , at T p. as
Hack as va -as host. ytrl. and tri., Bl 1 I.
riTTSBOK'i' MAIL i Pt T.ii..i lls.a
Il ium Tus.Uy and Saiurday, at t p.
ms oa Slswday'asid TarJay. at 7 p. at
Hack b-a'aaoo hn. asd VI ad. alawt T a. at
ndld Stock of Oootft!
s e(H.j ft.. ta.fXl si .t af saseat
e-y S'f rs, Msw. i sr., Ik.(.k
v, aaal tt i .. iSh wn rtaMisd as
Bsl.l(k, aa last ta. Wa Utu nl.i,t li..;
Bill a t.k ( Uw al .4. fetm.
Wa ak.ll V Sl 1 l . .k . . U.. m t, ra ,la
rlBtaat tf rss fs-s ly
reaoonded with th IiI skI ehillior tone of th
war-hoon, a vollry of am.w rsincd around the
fugitive. Happily only on airuck bun, aad
that in lb fleshy part of the arm, so that b kerl
on, straining every nerv tn reach the slnckaile
. i . . e. .i ' . i - ii i i i
annuls ma u.uier a tnioiii. rim er n nau pjon
many pace r gi(aniir Indian orertiaik bins.
Turning, like a stag at bay, b deed bis aalar
uist, anoraetauiai irnsa wun tu nut iJ nia nn
and thin aped on hi way. But now to bis -ror,
b taw large body of tb Dacutah around
hi father' daalling aa b aiinruached, firing
urer " to lb pasts of th cabin with arrow to
wbi'-h lmrning t-isr wa attas-Bed.
II" pu 'l but th ersrs ol hit boy amueed
him lu a sense of hi nwa danpr and bis wife's
perilous aitualiim. Directing bia tpa towards
the mr, where h fimnj hu, "dugout" safely
Bmnred. h a wa beddhng aensaa the rirer to
a settlement where tl. wer a larg BuaiUr
Day bad soar i sly dawaed oa tb suefaiding
tnrwing, bf r twnss BS.wars, gm4 asm aad
true, wee ready to as him aetwa th
rye. Ihey eared na Binrefur IVaentah tliaa 1 1
pralretf.gs And. Beted aprai tb siiwraftB bms-
Bteat regardlea ol eea(Msra. I rssaing
aboa bis rat.1tiea, y-xing tti M tbara to
ward h eli-win g. rail an arming there. Both.
Htg reaaauil of hi a.uaa bM a Baosjldariiig psU
ofaalies. Hi bs4utd m tt k4 n iaaiUy f-n.ls-ad
in th fUmea, fa aag l ha asha and ehar
red beam in tbeeelHr, they f and aim Warkrei
Wow, dust Hie) tliey wrr j one-l bynldJu
Bales and two uf bi y. oi g-r ,.ua armed to b
laeih. Tliey were oVbghinl te are Frank bi
f.a- Ihey bad fsrsesd that th eolaasn of k
that bail arisen fmm his ealna wa hie .., assmi,
but asiw thayid thwr ba M FnwM with bins
in their rrh way. II said but It'll, last
rretly yis-l tn ag kt wife's deaih, and veal I
did I s kf hi s si To hay earn tuia.ao nn
anail.l bsvs inipved ti at II Bi.lJ .-in;. le.
d at Uiill f'si.li Bates wa aa iSKarwat drmas
In fiahl bb U Iaualw, yt wnbiaataar
af ar hi eah a Baa l.unil, b b4 liy pa
baagiag bts girdla. Vawgeaae" ead ha
uiy IM.aijhl- Li h'a's daairt.
f ,t a lias af ar this asiirag. tb D'"abs
kn-i aa frosw lb twi at la 4 a party 4
ll.sm esan proa nee a'-!, ana tt
a deeper los for bi boyhwad's
saw any game
. After about tiireo hours gentle (rotting, on nf
tin' p irty eiurted a cayote, ud wnclviscd him
until ha disappeared in the brush. When we
Tcaohed the brow of a hill, Welui-has ejaculated
iri dei-p, low tones, " Hutfaln, " lug herd
"plenty cow," 1 turned my ere. and, fur the
first time, beheld a larza herd of l.uffalosooeu
pving ar. extensii-vj valley, well wooded and vca
tired, and luvoriant with the peculiar sh rt curl
d gran, called" Uiiffalo grass," on wh:oh this
iiiinil.l principally lceds, 1 liaiud with delight
and astoiiishuient at tlij wuvul night w.hich pre
sented itseif. There must havo lieen at least
6tKK) bufl'al cs, "iiiciliiling eus and calves, li
was a sight well worth traveling a thousand
mi'es lo sue. ?some' were grating, others plav
luilv gaiiilsillng, whilst the largest number were
ijiretly reclining or sleeping on their verdant
1'iiriiet, little (ircaniing n! the ilaugcr which sur
rounded tbeai, or of th murder. un visitors who
wore nboot to disturb their swet-t repose.
Tak'iig the word of c .nun nul bum Capt. W'olfT,
a big III ban, and one of tin! finest pi oiwii -tinned
liieuTe er b hel l, we kept silent, to await the
direction winch th hn .lv . mi l take when they
discovered us. An old hull tii tjltioued several
hundred yards in advance of the herd a Senti
nel ; I they invariably follow him as leader, even
into danger, j II soon pi(-l n; and snddonly,
ss if by mnic, ti e whulc linnl w is in in itiun.
Wo meupifd such a .nit,ou that they passed
wiihrn rille shiTTr
At.a aignal. the whole party, ojjept rnyself.
galioppod alter them. I was iuteinely absii.-hed
by litis iui(.4iiy eivviilciiil pa.slugwitU tuuj;iv
stride, an it were, in review before me. Mv
mny, anxious for the chase, fretted and ebnmped
t hit hit. I singlad nut what I tlwught a fat
cow. (the bulls ate tough and har t, and are only
hiitite'l bvlli Indians for their rot.c their fb-sli
never fasioj eaten whei e-iws can- bisa'aiii? ii
and in a few second, 1 wits riding sMull wtawt.
It require, a very fleet horse to ou t take a burliib.
oow, A hull does ti d run quite f is'. Af-er
eh of nlsint two miles, J w i" near en uigli to
take sight with my rifi-, by stopping my pouov,
I tired ami-wounded him In the .leg rounded,
end carted again at full S'.cvd, tne bull il . run-
ni-ig b ss swiftly. I fired again, but this time
w thont elect. Not wishing him to est too fur
ahead of m. I t.k out my reynlier, and r it
within pi"ti I shot, when 1 discovered 1 bad chas
ed an old bii'd instead of a cow. "
I fired with my pistol four times at full speed,
and was endrevuring to aight him again, when
the ball suddenly turned tiros sie, within five
yirds of tny b oa-. Sly wolbtrained poviey la
st uiiiv jumiieu aside, 1 no bull, in turning, got
hi woniidelleg In painful pnsitl'm, Sand atop,
pad, which givem tinia and nptavrtattity to
sav my life ; fir, with my total inesperioiiee, 1
.liould not have been able to have matere9 hiiu.
Sby h re juinjied aaid ttrth'uit any guiding frim
ma, having been trained to this by th Indian
fmm whot w pun-haaed him. 1 rehaxled my
rifle, and took d!ilir?e aim at a vital pan.
When dying. 1 approached th miMiaiey that hail
given me such a fright, when he turned his large
Week eyes mournfully upon m, as if upbraiding
m with having wantonly and tirelessly shot hiw
d. W l.
A Delaware Indian. In hunting huffaha.when
nwnuBgb to slHHrt. rests his nrVt on bi saddle.
balance biuia!f in In aiirriiri ma on leg tb
other U thrown oyer the ride tV teaj,yit, r then
leana mine side, Uk4il hi eye is on a level wilh
th ofiieet,Bu4vk sight, nd ire while ri
ding si full spo-d, rarely missing hi mark, and
aahlom yhssulg m4n tiinl lurihar than a mil.
After reentering fn.ni ttil hi -hi. and tb in
tense esebemeni ineideninl to the rhsse, other
sen sat ems uf a dirTerenl ebsra-lsr, alt bo' not Icaa
disagreaabl. innwdially tllel my mind, I dis
eoiered thai I wa entinly alone, in an oninbab-
ltl, wil l ciuntrr, with nor, a human txing in
sight. I had chased my bull at bst Ire tail.
Sly enmtavnHasa had taken a differmit, direetinn,
asw a a engl buffalo t b wen. My aiind
wa Hilly Bll IB III lalriu o BIT l!ullon,
bad b;ri mt r ket rompas in camp. I mounted
aiy hor anil walked to the t.p of a hill to ve if
' I could lod An Irae of th Mrty. I dise,nred
hsm'g mthe distance, Samay llilrsnaw twen
ty uiiisi off. My mind was in a slight decree r
lieas.1. altbn I was alml .-, tgn aront of sit g
rip'i il pssiti h I tn before. did nsi
de put. Uli ua-a bllmg my horse, I gat hire aa
hour's rt.lh grtsa a s Ine-k, and Is appear.!
Be.tlly a-vrr n.ed at my shbsIi.i.
pnas Mbe! Lrnla did i thiak tbavt day, be
ran led , so fuil s) bi and hisb ;nril. that tn
frW sa t w. aid he rednra-l t . a Bsre sksb
ton, ant that I bsild I iW.sd, in nrrler In
avniyaaa life th m. ooimni of snow, tn
irtkai bl fiesu. 1 aha.) tsara when the abut
bii down, and I never Hunk u hM A--ar.Hss,ul
One nf iho TiTirifoTS m4n-th)raty bsnealh
the intl ictio T n hotaun, went hastily ovef tr
t'ne nearest hydrant fin; a drink, ami," chlpp ng
his mouth to toe snout, imbilied I lie Croton as it
camerlrrHto rnost forcible and plenteous manner
imnginalde. Ilanlly had poor Paddy, however,
tasted the gushing fluid that disiemled his
ehecki, when he bolted upright, and with A look
of agomzed liornvr eoinineiiivd a aeries nf panto
mimic coiitonions chich were absolutely painful
to witiias. -
"Ow ow ugh!" be groaned cnnvulnively. at
tha same time chawing ut bis throat in a fiensied
manner, white he spirted th water nut again
with the onei gy of wounded whale : then, sud
denly recovering th uQ of his speech, ho shout-
"IKh ninriher! hut lies gone; Ha all over
with ina now !"
"What' gone?" exclaimed the crowd that
bad gathetcd around him.
' I've swallowed him I- Oh, bowly St. Patrick,
I ve swallowed bun.
" And what t'.i deur is.it that je've (wnl
lowed 7 ..... ... i
"A snake, a mnrtharing sn kol Oh, holy
I'atrick pr.itect mel w
"Sluire thnn, ve've mad savin u' yer din
ner," nid a fuilow-lalKirer, more alive to fun atid
ymtmtli), wl ila a sluoii f umglcd incredulity
and lauhier followed in which thu poor sufferer
could har'lly retram fMiu joining.
" Hut was nnli, limn? Inquired a symps
ihizoig individual, when lb eicitcmonl sule
" Alive, did ye sav? Bv the Mossed powers,
ye did'nt think I'll he after at ing him dead.
Alive, ia it? And did'nt ha jump down uiy
throat iu snito of iny isuilif
Then i-bipping bis hands to hi sfoniaoh, lis
exi'laiuicd : -
" I )cli, hone,- he's squirming m. Oil, h wly
St. Patrick ' (I.i, why -dtd'nt ye no jer work
entirely, and kill the sunke. in this luurlher'tng
country rivi ? Help, he II Iota tha insnles of
Ok hu'wly M mm! Jlclul murthnrl UreP
An lf-oor Pat, lii.tiaeir I by fear, cut up more
capers than a Cainaiich Indian would ul a war
" Tul, lul. lut ! 11 quics, man," reluind
. How ilo you know it wa n annke?
" How d i I know, ia it '. Did'nt I feel him
wriggling hi tail? Ob, howly St. Patrick de
liver me 1 .
A benevolent looking fentleman her sugge
lei that it niisbt poa.ihly be a fish, or i orhsiu
an eul, and ri'marked Ihere ought la lie i filter
atlached to every htdrnnt in lb city, as the
water was full of all (oris of aniinaloulm.
"It's an ail, li s an ail I" howled a h idman
eatching at the idea. "Mike, Us su ail. Hun
for filter, and ye II ealeh III rascal pnsinliy
A Alter, a nlterr was th feneruU-ry l "rub
f.wb filler. Slik! '
Without iftaii-ing la Inquire inlo the feasi'mlity
of using tho artii h- in qoe-ijt.ii fjr lbs pur)s
de-ired, Ihn ' ilistru. led an i f f.nn star 11
with ll aiared of a rae suth f.r lb ul- in
lltuadway, where tha fluii- of IWIu. standing
IS IB" SiSS'iw, umuiiKHifturrTviiiiiiwu
wismsuvoi's remvisiL nsnrr.
He wa An early riser, iiftea before daybreak
in the winter when the nig t were long. On
such occasion be lit hi nwn fire, and rote nr
read by eandle light. Ha braakfisted at seven
in eunimer, at eight in winter. Two small eups
or ret and three or tour cakes. nr Indian meal.
(called baeewkea ) firmed hi frugal renat.
Immediately after lireikfss', be mounted his
horse and visited those parts of the relate where
any work was going on, seeing to ipreryrhiug with
his nwn eye and uf en aiding with hi own
hand. ' - T
Pinner was served at two o'clia-k. Us ale
, beji tily, but was no epiciita, no. irtcal iibiut
his frnl. Hi bevvrage was small ler or enler,
nn I two glasses of u I M uleria. II look tea of
winch he was t r y f.md. early in the evening, and
retired far the tnght annul nine o chick.
lfeonfined tithe house by badwetther, h
took that occasion to arrange his papers.p t up
his accounts, irr wrire hatter psssing pa - ofthe
lime in reading, ocoe onalty aloud to i.-e family.
. ' ;...-,- ;
Wnsbinglon do!ighld in tb chase. Iu tb
li uti t in -season, whenh id ut early in tilie
m otiiipg tnvisit dUtant parts uf 'ilia eaiaie,1 her,
woik us going on, he often tooksome tiftbe
dogs with him for tli chance of eiarting a fox.
which bp uocaaionslly did, thouoh he was P4
alway ncceasful in killing b bi. - II wa a Ml
tidiii- and n admirable horseman, though hs
neier claimed the merit of being tinaceomiilitdied
fox-hunter. In the height of the season, howev
er, bo would be out with tin f .x h-.und I wo or
Ihioe times a week, nceorminiiied bs bis guests
Mount Vernon and too izeutli men id lha
oiglibirhooil. eineeiaUr of tli Fairfaxes of
L v.ur.or a hi li rl a Shis friend Ua-irg W illinm
Fairfax waaxnow the proprietor. On such occa
sions there would be a bunting dinner at one or
io nine.' i l iieio esiauiisiinieut. at which con-
viv.il repa'is Washiiigt. u is said lo hare enjoyed
I. : 1 1- I.i ...... I i :i ....
luiscii wiiu unwouieu, uiiarity.
:, Jrvimjt Witshhyjlon.
h tMtr y. ot-rtiB.
Dr. Franklin did not acauies in the vary rer
oral depreaiathm of vanity. He was aceustoiued
to say that urheu he saw lha many things in th
inierwoureu ootvveea men, whioh gre-.v entirely
nut of ynniiy. and without whiah th srorll would
to worse, he wa tempted to think that w should
ihsnlt God for onr vanity as much a hir any
other gift, Perhaps one phase of Ibis i not dis
tant fio.n the thought of Burke, that vie lose
all it gr.isanoss. II this a it way, the follow
ing charai'teristiii story miiis M iliuslret it ill
notk- pitas I- : ..,
iV t reiiciiinan re-oliel t- kill himself. In
order ro tuak his deparlare fir tli other world
tlio nioro he -o m, he WMiethe followinc nn his
table: " I followed th teaching of a great mas
ter, far Sl.ilier bst said
C Is lug an4 IteecsTlBg Pi aaaat.
A jadieioos rwTsraridenl (a ladr, eridillt- )
ef tli N' York Iliane Journal, at tb tliat U..a
Batter id lad re giv ing and receiving prase mi ia
A Miroectopm w i. h iany nf th.e sex hat
Bever hestowtd a ihoughi, upon whi-h smnt mor
or in ermr, and which few perhat . t :cw in jot
the right light; and tii-wrpr pruceeda tv asy
sum loiiuws ;
1 think it a safe rult, f r every ymieg Uiy tn
adopt nerer to lay herself under pecuniary ob
ligstkaiaio an married m--, b e-mne ted to
ber ly tha tie r,f blood or family, bar nny gift
whatever, except th very Bitting atipp priai
and eijl.leuiatie one of a borjajt of 8oera
Whatever may be th relations id the part .-In
each whrat tli time of giving td raceiting
the presenff eireumjtunces may HuVequmtly ,w
eur which will stake it extrn'n-ty wkratdand
Unpleasant to the lady to remain under ntdi,a
lions, and equally impt.sil,e f, r ; to rone!
tb nbligaiion in any way. IuJ-rd I t,k a ls 'v
ot native refinetnent, delicacy and proper eNf
respeei, will elways I unwilling to mci t pe n
ninry Iiidetite4ness under anyeiri-uu-stanct-s, and
the c nattionanew uf being dHpiy iiMlebtrd to any
other than a dear friend, f.o" any gif-, ur fanir, is
Ladie--and very voting tidies. : seinliv nfj
ten incur improper obligatii ns, by alt. wing yen.
tlemen to pay Hn-ir travelbi of other titiansei
when thev are accidentally throw a upon the pp
leciion oi ine entienien In Such a case, nn man
sif the vrorhl, i--jUain!nl with the Msnse ef gnml
ocraiv, win bi-u-ea lauy tn retnam In his riet.t
hy refusing tn aci-ept payment ftorM hers It nftrft
happens liowcver, that men of genepm imphl'
cs, aud even wi ll bred men, will decline taring
remunerated under tiuh cireumi.laee. ft-oiii a
mistakes ilea nf the reqnrrgments of politenest
a lauy snoMi.t, rnrariatjiyi tu-it npon rN'eivlnii
the price i f her Jicket, even at lbs risk r f offend'
ing the eentleninn. I liavo knrnsn instahces iri
which Indie have Uc:i nbligid to Incur nbiign'
inaoftbia kind to the very person., ,.f nil others)
nf whom ihcy.uou'jl lct wih ti le indebted;
nd. oh the oilier band, in which genticmaa hav
been drawn into an cviri" foi ihr.se r.f all
elber. for whom they vriuld lie lean wiliing M
msk any peenniary sacrifiie.
i " vrbew all Is bait and tines a mure I algb,
- L-f is "1, s a- eui duty u to ai,
Theknifo wan eleeady amd'eM when a sudden
thou ;',t atoipcl him i "Ah I was It really M d
iere lint sal I this bow ? I must be very sure ol
that, for otherwise I shall look xcai rely riili
eul nia., Ila at once set h-mt resolving tips
pivitt and rea l thn iih two or threaof Sloliere's
eoniedis, wliieh, restoring his good humor, wived
A work oB "InmI and Ihteling" bas recently
bean publialiad in BuaUaa, which aoniaiii far
Buar amuBeiwtit than mm would sir, eel In find
la saeb a yuluBi. 1 h care of Slaiar llillsr
and Felloa in Ireland, in wbiub th former gen
Ihm wa hvt, is an illnatretiusi. - Th Judge
in aaasniiiig up lit nideuo aaid Bi the juryi
"tieulleme It Is my duty lo lay down tb law
toyon, and J will. Th law y'a lb killing a man
la B duel is warder, therefore in lbs discharge of
my daty I tail yas so; toil I tail y. a at lb same
in a (airer daat than this I Bsr heard af in
tlx whole eoorse of my life !"
T. nl.vai.iaaa. I, Iba HM nf Im.I mA
Woodward, (sight in lingland. Bad the latter
slip-oaf, bi oi,ent sci4isad, Tak yor
lift." Ti whwb th peoatrsi Uwd ryjand,
" ABytlon but Bhv.te."
"II'J Pui." or. . Ytbs hrs uf our Ttsv lull ii.
wa yry odd. al". in tn rdaa ef the node. He
SfresH ta meet a H'iiish ueSeer a apBat
tlare and boar, wilhout eiaidi. W Ua lb
ritras rtarsd la lb pot a wa greeted by a
sh.4 fnaw - Old Pal," iyiag Htadi absent Ih.r
tv pad of. hil "Pat" was rebwling lb
cKrer pprv bed Bed .kd. " M bal are jias
aV.altodo. Is this li r 4idu of n Ams.icsa
uft.-af and assa if ) f W bal I aleiat
u .(..? ' replied tb g-aial. A penny oaeati b
put la a bssbj. n li. lr id f BiiiHtrl lara al.l
a, kill J-as, and il V.l aV.n'l haat tb r4res in
ks lim than M lake dd Heath ti hang t T ery.
1 are a g-m -at. t oa uraere n. 4,
li.si 1 liunisr acopir j a. 11 ar l.tti:ree in f eoa'ti-es, but 1 . innam lha aiarn nacMaiiy
1 tr. a liriu '.-licar. ai 10a p,.ouu 11m aosi aas.f leii 1,1 isase isteaninf on ill imintaiu.
I srsd tHa ..(li-! f Hind bias si'd near barrel I resaddhvj ray p nr. and vor-l fait Wd la
J BPimrebtlf ssf gwap wde saBi.tiwg a pi a. II 1 lb diic4i-a of . ky lltUa, (ertas tlj beoieg tn
, osaeu u v-.iiji i.nuss 111 ui i,ii er ij m , lau a tin e-ti..i - ar par1 ; a ar so aiap-
A pr.ltcaTK HINT,
III Euirlund ili tho ruin f.r ladi to attend
tli as.isc ; in Irelaud it i lb sxeeutloa. At
any pl ii lha practice ia absurd end indelicate.
I he Inr aex who ciaittii Courts of Law list n
iog fit hours tn nvidmia and Sechon whick
thev c oil. I ilk mimerast Io, vn ifiheyun
derstisMl 1 hem.cndentlv 10 to exhibit thai r eh arm
auJ their wardrobe! An agrvtd murder ens
pleases ihem a traiiedy Would. Hut their
peculiar aengui 11 hi listen to th detail of an
anion for breach uf promise of ntarrisg. In
ci-es of a..'ucfl m and ;iris. , lb crier of lb
uurt gives a preliminary warning-t"Ludis and
hoy will le v lb eourt." I reedlcot on of
lbM cares, in which tlui hulk of tins llieoaled
npeeialora did njt vocal tlieir SMts, thair prn-
ricut curiosity was predominant In staling th
facia, the piimucuting Bounacl, set lailios iu the
e .urt, and n .t wishing In wound their sns of
dclicany,-hesitaieil fur nurd la which to wrap
up th nacessary gnsuncsn of tbtdatails. Biolli-
er, 'md tb judge, " all tli m odast woman
hav left lh court, you may call thing by their
pmper names." Then f.dlowed a greet fluttering
uf bonnet plumes, and, in fir mmules f er ine
rppnuif, II. f ur e left tb eourt. S .ttclv of
.1 . r ... 1 11 . . 1 , - A . ..... "
It'. 4' - ijr, oa; A 0 sanl uuttr astrf.
ys IlanrlBg Trkle-A Harausa Dodg.
"Walk in, gentlemen, walk in! Coin in. and
I e the turkeys uanue Ills cur'ous real cur'oiis.
Coin 111 ami ., 11 yon dun t tielicv 11. It s
only ! hillui , any h..wl and il 'taint Joyoa
ran bar your won Issek I Ai bis wo atneeeb
bli'h I heard bsdur Ihe di ef ahaaiy al a
A ;od Xafurril I.anillor J, "
"OKI Dad" vrns the Ilimiliar lltie by wb'eri
was generally known the cewntric landlord nf
Ite htit-i Luvrvillo, New Y' uk. ile wsu i g 0 1
easy nul hme.t aiij tinsiiapi.-iiyrs pvf 1
ring to lat chaaied Mice in a while Mlbcr tha.i
bo always ba.king mil for mgnei. Ilemi; it was
not a very hard matter to imoose on him, and
Bianv were tho 11 hills with vhah In) was
"stuck" in the wny uf Undo by bis traveling
customers. Imleev', be would tike almost any
thing that ti offered him in the shape of a b it
snying that bail money w is nhmi' tu good as any,
as souif how it wouldn't stay in his pocked.'t
Once, however, he took 11 V which 'ck to
him like a plaster.' The more he tried to get rid
nf it, the more he coulju't. II paid it ot t sett.'
al times, but it cam hack as often, returned A
"p"jfu." Atlenglb atravuler, villi whom h ,
was Milailili I, stopped for dinner ou his war
Pi l.'ii. a, and it oeciirnd o 0 d Dsd that I i lull
might go" dovin there, and sie pina; into the
dinning room "villi it, bar. led it tn bi guest.
sttking htm to. put 08' "'on the first old fad hf
met, " ntid bo won! 1 allow him one half th
amount. The gui l to 1t it aiftj promised to do ss
well with 11 as b Gould, nnd account lor It on Ins
return. On Lis way back from L'dica b railed,
and Old Dad asked hi in where be hnd paid out
tb I i I, an b had got it strain, but could not fur
Ih life of him, lull where it hsd com from.
Why," sai l th friend, "you told m to put
it off on the first old Tool I saw, and sv 1 paid yvtt
fur my dinnir with it.1
The old fallosr saknnwleded himself sold, and
after paying I.i unest th half according tn pmm'
iae, and giving him hi dinner liesides, insisted,
that ho bad five dollars Wi rlh of wistloUt cat nf
ihso erati ,n.
- A what dy' rail 'mt" crieaMv rushing
frantically inlo lb aiahltehment.
" A nake alchr, for lh lore of ! A
snal i-si.hi.rl Oh. h.aly St. Palrii-k!' be
noitinoe-l, malcbing up a filler and applying it I Iseiiernl Training" an Onolsrr gailw-ring la
le his lip. ! on -f Ilia iu'ari'ir Piwn of Near York Stale, la
l oan oat w 1 1 J. y Ihsle id tl worl.l
" Sly g-sod felkiw," said tb aioniahs hero
of Jiaphragma, what is tb with you?"
"Slntter, Is it? is'nt eveiytbiiig III matter?
A snake i lb mallrl l is g-H an all ia my
bllv I lib buba'saa bullaiaNis
"An aril How cam an ed in y.oirst'.Hiacli?'' 1 turkeys, Wal. I shall Ire I 'm fust, and pretty
And did'nt lb 1 ariBint jump In my i.ailb ariar, whn tbsv begin to feel their pa's
wilh-sit ssving 'byyer leav,' aaid lb bewil- (bat that sajo., BnuMgif'mairn.yoa
der4 ..fi.'i-rr, eailnaionng tat sasrew tbst ill " 'm. a . as His n..ii ttik up. y
011 id lis midUod couutie. Sly eiirioily being
11 itd.l il.sbur.a j lh "iwoslnliin." rcfarrd Io.
and enliT.-'l. an aid many otlieri, whin kinnlarl
aitractrdl tull iwed us into lit shanty. . "Wal
gentlemen," aatd th xhibtlor, "axpsHtt wjnighl
aswi.il beuin. You that 'ere long it id
A flood I Ma.
W liVe a good Jok. mys il.o New Ymk KJ
tionnl iVinocrnt, vcn if it hill lis or enr irt t,
(lid therefore giv plac ti tl following yai'n
gotten Bp by the Columbus Fact, fanciful ihoiioll
it msy appear 1 ...
A 1 m ! 1 uoul story was told in our bearing lha
uther evening, hy an old Whig, which we do " l
remember ever having seen in print. Of coln-a:
we do no, Voui h for liie Uutk iu (very parucular.
A lew years aince, s pirty ni very iiisiinvoie
SouUn.rn planter, two of whom were deuiori;iw,
and uti a whig, being oa a visit th No.t',
sis iiiTiicu nvisri eieciloa lim 10 urn al in
nous of wealthy, artmajratie, and withal very
beautiful lady in Southern Ohio. Afer being
sealed at the table, which was lusuriantlraiiresd
htitb all the delicacies which wealth could com'
Biaud, a large burly negio earn in and sein-1
himself directly (ipptv-it tb gsnllmnen at the
Tli gentlemen war be) well bred tonotic lh
Intrudvr at lh lima, but immediately upon Ins
taliicnisn! from lb room, usi of tli -iu rcuiaikcJ
lu Hi lady 1
' What e.aild hare Induced y .n to Inanlt Bs by
t!i p eiieof a niggor 't your table?'
' u' gentlemen, b is my husband ! rrp'ird
' Your husband !' ncl timed theth es liiuulin.
Bcsiosiy, wilh uuteisned atonisbmeni.
a Yes, my tisicr li. st ruined our leiu ly foid
in niairyuig, (nd 1 reaolia-J to yfual har. I his
ctdnred man ns wealthy, and su 1 married liion'
Pray, who did your aiater merry T -Lrd cue
Vt tiy, she msrfied h fisro, an I I hms
nev. fpn able In hold Oiy hem! up eiuec !'
T..a two loeofico rasde an excu- fr cutiii
lln-ir visit short. Ihey iideavind to keep li a
j ok a seem, but lb bi would It-il, sudsoths
story g.it out. w
""M, CiMTt nsi aIIMisi,
MiW s-fc r Si....,W K..
. M ' , asasa s
sBwsTjBSasnV w swaSsssB) p4a
Lbi tar aiSisaj UdaTaaatlatl
lb l4r?i, ao I yearVn.g that - lhr wa Bu
Spslr'nslftWIi"' s-lt.sl. 1 ll.a ana'eli
1il ,,.f isorsi.. l,i 1 bar r aha Hid Pal
Is a, -be 1 i bus, sav ing : " I al are juaS ss bray
BffiiMHWiillndi .lib .Isem-wl-...;4 '" -tinijon is-atbS.
ao iBipaiaast t bad Iks e as H al . i
a laswy tl, "r-d ak a.'" Fres-k Bia? Tbl - - -
pany sh" la Wtan,Ursa as gindasi. Bad I De T'.'anrsw. Bem rii ar ef fbs 'A 'laat
tnssa Mrse-k !) tb (,aMs, tJI.Ma wg a rssssHsi as-a," ' A ilsa. I.a.. m sisll a-a aa e.iaarv
trail. To third kft nf Ibaor aantaf, IU , f atlrtr, m were bi.-y.) aMsssd tl.S
ery Irs ll iu'Sr-l aa slai , g ry, 4 1 , .t A,, ax il., ssmisI i.f lha f U iBg e. l.sa j
i-si i l' isM turlxr rrk k a nfl b- as? eiv.otia. I ih ds.sj ts ai.aalr.
biased sf ! aa ..l,nl. ary saaa tts tallest al l .dbs B Vasiil baa ,11.' wba
wmm m nis rsaw. rose aa psa,p. raaiy hi ti sal !, kartsessl I ka Sastnul l ontcr. 1
into baa link.
" Bui, my Biai., that won't da yoa any g ul
now. Il sin id lias la-s-w atlssd.ad to lh hy
drant, and ibmyva might bar drank .with pT
feet safety. . "
"Aud won't it ctcb bi now .kd our
Mike, In a piiius t sr,, ttrnmaf nghyst as b
dripf' I tb increment ia ib'psir.
isfaoure .t how i...uid ii T"
iha. snnribcrt what will iW ma of mT'
et. la.m! SI ike, piih an ag- ey truly .intul
"test a ene-lolojar I'k baaab," aaid a wst fr-an
" Hob far a drsntor,' s'J anthr, " and gel a
(t.. . b pump "
Th ,igisi,a was iinmediaisly pillowed,
and b starred bar a drag aim near by. Tb
Arx-uWary, bwer, applied an o.li instoad
4 lh pimp, and lh par Mb.sr. afiar a viob-ul
retching. sjj.IsJ g lively Mark l about si I
-O. ks-wly M. Patrick." be asi Ulmeai ars
rirrwinx iiuusdii relirf, by did id J snake
clean work i f it and k II lb (.is as well n-l
bsrkipf Asa. hsil a bsr wb'-ll l'. . Fr b n
PMaa-.d thai wa (ul danaar tt . . 1. a. aaa
44 aa lb party rs.si t-aj a ! li s si. nl ka
lasarw lb Sanaa 4 Its lltmt, b SS)--''f rli'.
ts Was a ras' ad a, la I bag I ar a SosaSss
PfvsavA Ps lb ts ia 4,aasast p. 1 rir a-t av
fbas-.l tb fas v aasa '4 r.d IH -eaH, .
vl 14 I I 1 skie sf 'n4 b a . wte. Ib .a
4 .t.a I ad a"as is-1 raw-aiaiK Us
Ismsb af l-s Irosissr aassa.
Ifaak mt th ava.4 ibsy bss easi lb..
?, .4 f. Iluwad t!. ie.d la sisasw. ast tl
.B w a ol a j AiaaS af llsa If I at la laave.sg lla awasssiil id a
As4 ssad .... nvsaa a 1 na. ll. Ikav aa lls Sillag bal Ibis t.llav
H. U litis-. I la, ,4 k , H, asNSaoiavl -. as.l asf 4ess.I lasfa-
p.nniasl, f aj abay ri lmg ai. bl aa b. ne, I discoy.
ad la lh left isf Bay aval rae a bssrasa srllboal a
roier. As 1 appnawBea , 1 raw gi.iasKl ih nl tji.i ,.,,,,1, .
Ti ? Uu ' - , my T All ,MB,,, ,tnt r,,;,
riel.a, ytucn,a, aiAg wiy stnB his t 9f,,i I bare sh a ke I lU Mr. of B
IMas.UT lss.1 rm li, gmasal. II t,.ld . Ire j ml, M k. tfmt..ln ;,!. ,,,lurtaa..
.,...,. ,...,. -i-- w. fBrnd t b Wire.-. .V. J. ;.Lsrr.
bad diapi-a-l whil bm pug, I joy! illy e-si.'s t j (
bis la o fin It a(i a re-'-irMng se irci ttf nn ,.... .
b.r. lis tad ke at rei 1 a b u-r 1 lb.p j Tb War tt( lis. Nail (A. Th Ax
bas). I was mp. Tslbss IswAy srr.isislaaaa I I mi baa lb tdb -wing aa. l.a . m-ereii g U -ar
j Btiribanad B'y osrivai la tsp ibi Bight, fsjr I i" -sey,- ss . srf n,l rmsul.
wiiav raa.a4 one., b k- k B iii4 j wi Ik I X- aias 1 ant i-n. ip h.mhm
ska sis p ten yn.-i a tr-m IS . I w as ; Bn wi fna l e ssrk ... Ilogrrw' babu ad
irs(n On ir way mm lad In with t'noinia i ai .eg ul n.iMia.1 lines'.. Campiwil. in lb bib
I If d sel.ar lista, Wba ware I as ill I t" "f ll I sali. ap-ks in. Mid .
ae 'ei li"in to danc." Inbi tbta.p relerrrd
la ovir eiiiihiior threw peibapn a peak sir at lev.l
half pes k of eorn. Tin was aooa gatharad
up, n ay with. ait nnn-h piiiahldliig and fighting oe
Ilie part ol 1 he frtaiberad rocipH nts, wlei a anted
hi f iir 1. Li 'hat kind id "fair i.liv" mean-
log, wlii. b B'Hlll g. Pi ila e oiplaiasiila 111
lugiat Italfof th priexnl." Prrs.nlly il was
ail iieyMiii il and tb "ao lieor'' called for th
"tTf.irinane," a PPMuiacI, "V, yea," aaid
'laei-x iii.., doa'l la) in tew big mw. but
11 lim. . if yon p.ese. Mnktap m-ie-iv
'eai a hialy ti wn !' Ai line, erayiied flnt. an
1 1 Ida. k. grs y (Ufa, "manned ' by a log thiri
l ,f dncjr , an I B"ar-pierctag 11 r," sta led IT
with "Yaiike Do alls.-'' al very qouk lius; and.
sura in iuiJi, very luiLey in II e.ip lgn In
dahr. hopping froul on leg i amaher, eroaaing
eves, balaits-iug, chaaeeing -bluing liyihihg,
in !er, kvsi Io lh tslistory art eep "nan
ing baods" and "turning pMars.'' ill,
Ibal i eurioua!' xclainied b audience, si os
allas.ssisiaJv. "laevsfMW aoylbing like it bs
fsreF' No," aaid I h ttl bltor, "si .;t y,.
Iido't. 'In aft ia (die In a,' as lb pons esu,
Jaeidi kissel ftai-hel, and liffel np I i. v 1.
and weid. tmy!rt.
If Rachel was a pretty giil, and kept Ur
foe rlssn, we can't ae what Jacob bad toi'.y
(la.Ul. .V. I". faJuO.
. How d.i ou know lul that sl.s sl iopsl bis
lac lor bins.- I', H'luu
1nping i ssd imff-euenily pr. diir-d 1 f
tii-iu ph-asore, ..V ha
liasan ko io J io b's case.
tielillemen. h .Id yr.nr .-u- lbs esu-r
Sue 'b's weet.ii.g was tb p in- .1 ,4 b' . lod 1..
hiw him bi k'.s her again. - .(' 1 J '.:
It is cur nioni.-u Ih .I'w . b i-; l .
I lu. a
sura lhay'rai llit r-aiiia lo tba mf i pints. , I I aic l Ibea turkeys i and il.er ami i n op
lh.il s sirop ol wsley alii I drmk again in tn i 'em ihot baaieai g.,l tar I music." Harcapun
. I hs turi aii in in atiuien. ami l l-lt
whioli I ys'aan U, and seen b- w u i ia they d 1 it ;
h id P'd ki-'d IU.
lim be li.r. I -it.-lireen,
tiaseaH tb gal lii
, iwiaensa, jai-ob wrt t
him lo d-i it IsiiMn
Senaae-nrr and Vis-eia.
Ilid'-ol usi rlire , f.- a
y Ol. M a gof.s I ic- b c.
Il.reati-ri.-d to ii-ll lisr ui irot
Tiiete vtiaiuwea j a.--
tl eee s Poly one I! 1
I I l I r -, and be iJ frni
f I...W a
i.--i...a r,.-io.i 1
and he was .-fi jij to, -
I ' "a .ai a. y as .. 1 in ireaaiiey, ai.,.1 ,s-n, ai a ln Ma.s. wa . a
"Ws'l.'V, 1.4 tl a i.. e. I,m .lr.".f t .1 mmi, bast I ga Bp f ay a i..-i.,.l al
rbsia ,i I ,l. aid t 4 IU(.lit ssxii d as, i la.nH tn a I lb llaae, l,arb I vcy daltaai
mly if y went " J Mi.ax ml bnowiVlg aaf boeaaB i.i.aa.y .
"In Bias ibsifa a lasss said tb is k -aasd j f., aa; aafsi.. tosasia dialling kf i ssa
iBisun aa k bsd, ai 4 i-sieg (ni, tw k but . M k la j buvs-Ing rasnpaaaid I nisir -I la If,
ss-a- ia ib .sis j r"T mi (dvw.i i'b lb 1.14 lull. I if
Ti D at . fca'f asd, b!f g-y f-'banad, issasta t..t.ba4 H by alsaeg bad aba B bi
, ssad cnlr. ..( ib mt , kad tl A did t I apt ttaif L-k4 m as wib tis-l naiscrel
M, d 1. p.) Ill I. I, 4 a.OTdb a,,)., a4 ad,iie ly re
' fa.ia.sli kSI l U aaa L. alaaa It "ai KUU u L . I... 1 I , . ..L . II... - . L .11
lb W.4 it I Ul.b. I li.'.d tbal 1 bad I I b m 4s4 M u IIm
I isak waa . a placaaal Bart plaaa( ki Ik field Al tkta t, ak- l VI Nh4 l i b.
S t" lb-alS-liiiI As aa l baa4ka aaav. 1 l.ll ana. .! 11 m. 1. J a .u Bm. 1
a.aaa," ss..d ba, wba rssi4lt4 wa kam4 sank it. .-. a. Wa ai. i ii B a mf babll IoMsImU
11,r is a way of piavsnt eg liogaia saying ill
BMnred things, ihy re yi af lait Jioa.'
' I ail sad J' Wa II S- . kal Isseiaatulaaa sp'.
'prsy I...W it Ihsl In lav Mauafed:' VA bj,"
ao t S'aplf d, JiisS ImspMsr m sy of bun, i, I
J.as will net baas ill Bkisarr I word ti'l Is I
JI'bv ( yoa're drunkard f-m't all"
4 rwnl, Br 4 vrr bsb.ls is baas, hlj -a, ) ur bsV
11 . . .
w w wuit y a tu suite ib ra,m, (ad gue '
them a clisn tlial'm. tb 1011.1 Ir. 1 bi', tNi, yn ga null lis pt
r,-w -u o.ti. nut lo.ra A wiun,' and If y-s ' ltd sss g sl .VutJ.
esi'y ti-l ' Misa I hl yim'ra se with yosir ! v leekon J.li erl..
osrai ay aa, ysi 11 b 4 -in- a kersic lo m. ad
git 1 ihi-ua b al rdresure i b wbal y- a hat
oj iya-l." Th a... d us i tl.a aud sore
Nira-I, aad aoe f as I,, b t!-ir plareinHuding,
Hsreess-r, on rN Bad lren n ooiLlor kt I
last exhibition. 1 h same wa g.e lhp.aigh
llb Ih (inn fa ling, "aui" and d li.eli.g,"
iedy 11 waa observad lb at lb motion of lb tap
k-va was BS .1 lively than i'l ia, It s-niek lb j '',' h,i "'' ''
baaan Mtieg aa . ( ' '
Our wn oe-ini'-o ia li.al J.i a
he basnd, alley aM, tl msv 1- 1 1 f
C. ks-l mf t I' f. . i.i-d II
I'r l 1 1" s" i Jiluisl volll ' 1 -' '.' 1 ' 1 . fir
i.b Wk (lUlllid to si p i.g at ho i" r ;
r bats ass Hi e. r, s . j 1.. . , a a I. .
is -on. ! li
hi lt ioaiss-nst.
Wtl, i bi dis Vp. b- sr
jb-n. asrwaal t-.i.tfcw, sid pmrnl vr.lk .ja.w, tf yassr -mt f -y a ir-t " 1 vally y f. sad. ae! 1 b-r r rssetsl' '
I M- l sre thai jisst l.ef tli tniis baaa
sas was scam Ul . as Da p.i isn bob oer.
simw 1 and uanisuresl. b ieipa.l .ut bim!fth
las luw. B11 1 saw Ilia sasa l-u.vt'if btuissdf with
Boalii g a,. an bgfil k'.dliiig wsi ander a opsa
ing b oaupi tba si it. In mv .tax y s e n
shiV. Tb tnrkr e,ia- liu ). s-e.
wttn a iliiss Ire t .sr. ..d he tti aii b
a lb bad 1 . ssa on Are itaal lliaiaitys
bufipsid al.-al Br4 a am I . I. I asa ass ib s-i,r
a n I ahanvad Moautlnask. aakinr rasl aad tad.
g ). till tb Ire bad gnia .!..., a4 Ibsy
ware aa'ty f other bsad I II pp-p- In s-ld n
Ibal lb osiihny mi this iassul,. b wa tsriai ef .1,
t!.f wat.f, '-a ,y iv ' Isrcsl r f t sr. ' V- '
!t r.Ir '! tri fi-J !t
lit sh" I -1 ksa ) -
s s I. it. , .-...r
V..ta t h si . re i i,s s-f-.
Ss'ia -r f...i..i fc r a i .vs
. ..! af S.tv lis h 1 I
at, as ai"-"-a i s a ...... a s. o '
asaaa a I ' -- is 1 o. s, - -1 o
i i s.
I a, .a t su
k 1 r I ' I t 1