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' ' ' FRANCOl-'XMEritcVN ' '
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
Odd Fellow's Hall,
Travelers and resident boarders will flno
MADAME JJ ROBOAM'S
SSDS AN sBSDDHfO
Placed In first eUsa'ordcr, nnd la ovory J
n cuii;riur .u nujviu una BCCllon, nod
surpassed by wiy la tbcrStaU,
And 11 plentiful supply of tbo best of every
thing the market affords will be ob
; ' HER TABLE.
No troubled will be snared to deserve, the ual-
ronago of the traveling as veil ns the perma
Jacksonville, March 31, 18GG.
P. B. COFFIN,
IS NOW IN POSSESSION OF THE ENTIRE
lock of material nnd locls formerly be
longing to Costcllo t Coffin. Mr. Costcllo
bavin withdrawn. I'. II. Coffin will continue
(lie business, and con be found At his shop,
Corner or C nnil Tlirld Streets
prepared to do work In a workmanlike manner
and nt ri'nsnnnblo rales.
Jacksonville, Oct. in, 16R7. octlOtf
EL DOU ADO,
H. n. Cor. t'nl.&Ogn. Xf.Jnrl sour lllr,0.
S. M. FARREN.
NEW BROOMS SWEEP CLEAN!
THEN (JO TO THEATER'S
axi) ih:y run i;i:st i. tiil jiabkct,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Factory on rnrnrr nf Oregon nnd Main Sis.,
I it thn Odd IVIInw's I lull, mid opposite the
I-rmicn-A ni'Tlcnii lli'sluiirnnt.
.Inrksmitllle, Nuv 'J'Hli. Ifl'.T. nnvII'l-Ciu
TAT TO-LAST CALL.
AI.LTIIO.9K INIK1TK1 TO l-VS AUK
hirelty nnltflml lo mint? furwiird nnd pay
tip by iIh- llrst day of January ensuing. n U
will certainly In- li lliclr Interest Indu ft, na wo
c.innnt do lmliir wlihont money tn meet nnr
own Hiilillilles: mid furlliormore. dot-mine it
for the lust Inleresl of nil ponreineil. we hnve
deleriiitmil liMSitildlsli n strict onsli linl In
Wines idler the first day nl Jnminry, 1808.
und will not depart Iroin It.
SUTTON .v IIYDK.
.Ii.rksnnvlllo. Pre. Wtli. 1607. decailf
BUILDERS. AND OTHERS WHO DIWIRE
limn, will Hud n eoiiolniit rupply.nl the
ln:st ipiullly. In (pmntllli In suit, at my shop
on Muln sltet'l, Im'Iwitii Oregon and Third. i
poslte Mnller & llirntnnnV slnn-. In niynb.
sence, Mr. Alex. Miirlln will ult upon custom
ers. F- STONE "CUTTING
HIohc Mason Work
done on terms lo suit the times. Older fiom
the country will receive prompt attention.
' JOHN It. PEACOCK.
'Jacksonville, April 2C, 1807. n27
Notice To Tax-I'uj crs.
Omen Cot.. Iktwvai. IImkm-k.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Animal JAst of 'Taxes for the
year 1 808, consisting of Special Tuxes, (Licen
ces), Income Tuxes, Duties on Watches, Car
rlogcs, etc, boa teen returned to me for collec
tion. Ji lax-payers residing In Jackson and Jose-
Rhine counties, oro hereby notlfled that James
I, Sutton, Dep'ty Col., will tie at
Jacksonville from tke lOtk stay
of May to the lUth of June,
1808. to receive and receipt for taxes, In Jack-
eon county, and will bo nt
Keruyville on the 15tli,
Af Hrlgbb' lu tlie,IOli,
C" M. ' iiudstf
Waldo on the 17th.
Unletu:payracnt made at the tlmo spcclflcd.
costs and pcnnltlei will ho added, In the man
ner prescribed by law. ,, .
,! M. CRAWFORD, Collector.
May aoth, 1808. lnlCtd.
. ii).,.. i. ii"' ' "
'JtfOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
NOTICE.' Having disposed of pur Fac
tory, wo r? now prepared to glvp our whqle
attention to.our leather and Finding business,
Qn band, direct from France, Calf & hip,
Dgmcstlo Leather, Boot Legs, etc,
John G..I1RIH, ' I L.Favw, ( Jons Brat,
'NewiYork. I I'mU, j BanlraoeUico.
Address, HEIN & BRAY, tfan Franolsco.
416 Battery' Street.
.CttiatyrUad dJ UWtV COAJ. awl.l'KI JUON
W y) 15 PinlOc St., Sau Jrnj'f,0'
I fc "
Cartes de Vislte
DOXR m TI1F. FINEST STYI.K OF ART.
OR ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
Physician & Surgeon,
Office at bis residence, In the Old Ovcrbeck
Hospital, on Oregon Street.
PHYSICIAX iVND SUltGEON,
OFFICE-Corner of California and Fifth
Streets, Jacksonville, Ogn.
lie will nrncllca In Jncksnn nnd adiacent
counties, and attend promptly to professional
DR, A. B. OVtRBECK'S
In tlio Ovorbock Hospital,
WAHM, COLD it S1IOWKU 11ATIIS,
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS
l GKUHK, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
OFFICE removed to Oregon Street, near
ly opposite tho French Restaurant.
Jacksonville. Iltr. i'lst. 1807. decil-tf
I). KI2WIS GANUXC,
PHYSICIAN t SUItOKOX AXI)
Tiril.Ti attend lo nnv who may renulro his
V services. Ume ailjolnlnix N. Lnngel'a
slion simp, nu
isTAuW THE UNTox
f Tlirroitrllilmix stmiiMli lllllrrs are tiillrrlr;
) VrrUlilr, suit fr fnim alivlail snJ crrjr liurt-1
TRY A JUDGE
( THEM! - FOR
TRY T Y0UR
THEM 1 1 r , SELF!
rr.ii L.PMiiriiL a i.fAAsnt iniilr. sml a most
..h.nl.lA ilrlnlr TliM lilfirLrt W IIimmIi-U w1th
I rM...i tim iinrt riin.. u of iUiisMi limits, txtrkas
(si.rt horbs am ailmlnilily aiUiilf il l tlieuirrof )
.ii .fr.!..!!.! nf thn Ktuiuu.li. ivlitiirs s.Uf I r sua 2
Jll.mil.. such ljpU. IWr. Ilrtlln
jliOMor An'llle. le. 'If- i'orMloorV'1'1""''')
; rnr.anxmin A- JsikMin. hu l'nurlsro
. W.SK1IA1IMKN. fxlLE jiArrniiuii.
Tli Ul ruririrruflU llloudt
A rirawnl Tonic I
.1 ttf Acroul Drink I
Uinurputd tw attlnji surslr tml K'uWf iw
111 Wfll.iui of lli kUnsjs, lowtw,
tuumcli ami llirrl
rsr-Mltatallwlii'ltul M rtlall liquor,
ilrei ami poirv torts.
NOBODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT !
J.0. J'aucu. I'ruiirltlw.
wiviin h vKXY.l. fttta A coat.
imw- ... yr'-----j". .i
4ia,vitj ris pm iiroig,
I. O. G. T.
ALPHA LODOB, NO. 1, 1. O.O.T., HOLDS
Its regular meetings on Tucedaj evening
of each week, at the District School House, lu
Jacksonville. LODGE opens, at 71 o'clock.
DEGREE MEETING8 the W Tuesday of each
month, after adjournment of bUBOUDINAlfc
All members of the umcr in gooa siuuuuig
nrninllallv Invited to bo lirescnt.
D. U. O. GAULT, W.
J. It. Wadk, Sec'y.
Jacksonville, fcb. 8th, 1868.
Warrtm Ioa No, 10, A. F. ft A. M
a HOLD their regular communleatlona
VV on tho Wednesday Evenings or preced
V Ing the full moon, tn "cuonjiu, oi
xaox, A. MARTIN, W. M.
The West Remedy for PtirifyiB
the Blood, Strengthening he Nerves, Restoring
the Lost Appetite, It
FUESE'S HAMBURG TEA.
It Is the best preservative agalnstal most any
sickness, If used timely. Composed of berbs
nni. it r.ftn do eiven naieiv w iuiu. .....
rcotlons In English, French,
Bpauisn and uer-
man.wiin every pacaage. i
For sale at all tho wholesale and rtUU drug
alorcu and groceries.
EM1LTRESE, Wholesale Druggist,
Solo Agent, 4IO Clay street,
juyUyi San Francisco
... . .. 1 . liUV 1W I
JACKSONVILLE ATURiUY jfrftE 6 1,808.
THE OREGON SBNTINfiL.
Every Saturday Morning f,
B. F. DOWELL,
OFFICE, CORNER C
tf THIRD STREETS.
TKtmn op svBsctuprtoxi
For one year, In advance, fonr dollars ) If
iiui pnm wnnin mo urn six monins oi ins year.
Ave dollars ; If not paid unttl the expiration
of Iho year, six dollars.
TKIIMH OP AUVRRTISINU I
Ooosnooro (10 lines or less), flrst Initrtlon,
three dollars t each subsenucnt Inicrllon. one
dollar. A discount of flflpcr cent, will be
made lo thoso who advertise- by the year.
"Lcgal Tenders received at current rales.
AS JAY BY DA'Yt
As day by day the yesja go on,
I sometimes sit and ponder,
Will alt bn gono when love Is gone J
What comes Instead, I wonder?
It mast be strange to wake at mora
And not tall back on.dreamlng,
Nor e'en lo feel one Is forlorn,
Nor miss the love light's gleamlog.
So day by day, so old and gray,
Till people go on living,
Till life hath taken all away.
And death begins lis living.
A Iteminlaccncc of Kenn.
Atnuiig tliu U'lniniseonccs wliicli tlio
tlviilli of Clinrlcs Krnn linn rccallcl to
tlio iniiuls of tliosc wlib knew liini in n
nilliiT ghostly Mory' told of Ills father.
I'Miiitiiul ICfiiu linil n fljiiiit for pmcti
cal jnkiiii; fi-tfiitioiilly of n ininchiev
oms ur lcrii(yiii! kind. At ono time n
quartet of friondri dini'd weekly to
get her, of whom Kdiniind Kenn and
Kllidoti wcro two. After dinner, on
one dnrk winter' evening, a hackney
coaeh wan cnllcd, nnd the four friend,
each H'crctly cjirrying n Finall bag tin.
der hiri arm, entered tho vehicle, which
wan ordered lu 1u driven to n Mrcct
ofl' tho Strand which was not very
brilliantly illuminated. When it reach
cd it gloomy xpot, where tliegns-lainm
were wident ajiart, the driver wan told
to halt mid ocn the door, nnd from
the ctos defended it gentleman in
full mourning co-tunic, clonk mid hat
li.iud: then another, himilarly capari.
wined, and another nud nnollur;' lint
t!uc wero not all ! Tin How ol
moiirnei-rt routiuiied, without inteirii'i-
linn, till tho lino Keeiiicd likely to
"htreteh out to thn crack of doom."
The driver, who Flood nl tho door
holding his arm to nxniot thuHningc
roni'Miiy an they nlighted, bore, it for
awhile; but, overpowered at last with
fear and horror, ran on, homing (or
the wnteli to exorcise the dciuoulcal
procession. This was a bit of Kdiiiuud
Kenn' wild fun. JIo liad furnished
his companions with their funeral gear
in the bags. Tho cloaks, etc., wero as
sumed as they drove along, nud (ho
opposite door ol the coach was quietly
opened, and the steps let down, before
tho occupants got out from tho other
side. To slip unperceived round from
tho back of the coach, nnd pass nimbly
through again and again before tho
coachman, who was one ol tlio true
Jarvey type, could discover tho trick,
was easy enough to such old stagers
and whether they had not all melted
into thin air, beforo tho roused Dog
berry could bo drugged from his watch
box and brought to,thosce;io of action,
must bo left to the reader's iiuagiiin
1.'.mtk Tlio loveliest valloy has a
dirty swamp; tho noblest mountain
piercing blasts, and tho prettiest faco
some tiL'ly feature. Tho fairest is most
subject to freckles; and tho hnndsomost
girl is apt to be proud the most scnti
mentn! lady loves pork, nnd tho gayest
mother lets her children go ragged.
Tho kindest wifo sometimes overlooks
nn nbsent shirt button, and tho most
loving husband lorgets to kiss liis wifo'
every timo ho steps outside tho g'ato,
und tho best disposltioned child in tho
world will get .niigry and squall; am
tho smartest scholars will miss ales.
SOU; IHO Wll.liepvay "f"""jj "-ri
nnd tho wisest essayist vrito some
nonsbnso: tho 'stars will fall and tbo
moon eclipse nnd tho men v
nut-els. nor tho earth bo heaven
therefore every subscriber ought
pay for his paper.
-. t i i l..j ju.it --i i--' - -' :
Arc wo llarbnrlaHs I
llio tfew York Tiiiiti reads us, tlio
dwellers by the I'nclfic, "where tho,
Occident alid Orient 'meet'," h rnthcr
savage lecturo on our treatment of Chi
namen. Our Ink T.egislnlurc, which
covered itself with" glory In so nnhy
wnyp, which cI6scd out the State Sur
voy ehoso h United Stnles Scnatbr un
'der such peculiar circumstances, and rr
fused tb let Chinamen testify in Courts,
is the In ore itumedlnto subject of tho
7V')if.i' criticism; but Cnllornin in gen
eral comes iu for n share of tho .scold
ing. Tho following sounds rathor so
vcro: "And when ono thinks what
"a California!! white or brown rufllan
"is the very scum of tho prohUtircs
"of tho earth a man steeped in crimp
"and often, a rulugeo from Justice,
"whoso word would not bo accepted
"by his own gang of murderous out
"casts, and that his testimony is to bo
"received, whilo tho oath ol the decent,
"honest, hard-working Chinamen,
"whom he has sought to murder, is to
"bo rejected wo may judge what this
"step of California progress is. A
".State with such an act in its criminal
"code is not worthy to bo called civil
"ifcod. Its civilization Is but the flashy
"gilt over barbarism." Xow, tho first
impulse of the genuine California!! upon
reading a paragraph liko that, istoget
highly indignant nt Haymo.nd'm impu
dence in berating us niter so rudu
a fashion. Ilui after nil isn't thcro a
great deal in the facts ol the case that
is calculated to provoko just that style
of comment ? Is it not carrying the
wicked prejudice of casto and color to nn
utterly iudciopsiblo extreme tn deprive
Chinamen of the right to testily oven
in cases where they have been victims
of robbery or outrage? Wo think it
Is. In our judgment tho law on this
subject ns it now exists, is nothing less
than barbarous. Xo intelligent and
candid man can defend it. Its exist
ence is undoubtedly n disgrace tn the
State. J ho ablest jurists aro now
agreed in tliu opinion that tho whole
principle of (Mlmli'tijf witnesses on tho
ground of probable iiutriiKtworthlncss '
is wrong. They think tho who and
sensible course Is " to let it in for what
thu jury may think It worth." Courts
and jurymen cnu judge of the ercdihiliy
ol a witness, whether black or white,
by hi nppcaiancc, manner, consistency 8llloot,y mi0 gu, n,w without any
and tho way in which ho endures t1io(i.lnl,,cnwllltnm,i For inhnilC0. jn
ordeal ol erossexaminutlon. If China- ..,..,, :... .,. r.,nrrn. ,ll.il-1.. ..
men wero admitted to testify, there iiJrilflinil kll0Wll n, (,, iwu, nnd
no danger that evidence would carry Jllci,jcll,aiy to n guerrilla, named Al
too much weight with it. Tho fatal ,.,, w ,M .u , lustice to our.
objection to tho law is that It provides '
an arbitrary and foolish standard the
standard of race and color to decide
who shall testify, nud it cannot bo do- ,
(ended by argument, llio law is, in
short, it disgrace to the State. Wo ob
serve that the ('oil attempts to defend
it in a long article, and Its defence is a
disgraco to Journalism.- Dtimmth
Tnu Locality oh Hi:.v. A corres
pondent of tho Virginia Jintirjtrbe,
willing from Iteuo, Xpvada, May nth,
thus describes this place;
On the eastern slope of tho Sierras
tho Central I'acifiu Itailroad follows
down tho Truckco Itivcr Vullcy nud
passes around north of tho mountain
group in which tho Storey county milieu
are situated. Tho point where this
tqwn Is located is on tjio Truckco riv
or about fivo miles out in tho plain from
tho baso of Iho Sierras, nt flic point
known ns Lake's bridge. Tho town
is located on the west bank of thu riv
er, nnd tho sito joins with tho lands
of tho Wash United Consolidated
Gold and Silver Mining Company, tho
main entranco goto to that cqmpany'M
laud being only 50 yards distant from
tho railroad dppot, und tho town lots
extending up to fho company s lencc.
Tho town, site lies for half a milu in
length along tho river and extend
back westward from tho bank a-littlo
over a quarter of a mile. Thp railroad
run's lengJhwiso through tbo jpiddlp
of t)ic town, and the depot hf in tl0
center. Hut it will hayo many other
causes oj growth. It is thp tcrmiuuB,
of thq' Virginia and iVuckcp I(aroad,
whlcJi, starting from Virginia will pass
llirouL'h Gold Hill, around bv Carson
and dowil tlnoiiL'h tho wholo lencth of
:. ,.. . .r .p f
lno Wttsuo) vauoy.
-?UJ.!.. il I'll
The true Story nt Cinderella.
Tho story of Cinderella is fnmtllartq
every otic, and yet there nrb few that
trv'nsurd it up 'ris in cVcry redpect lrk
But U has a foiiridatlbn hud a reality
that really need too fairy god-mother,
with liiir )itimjikih, and her rats' td
make nn enfertnining tale, ft Is'as fob
In nbout tho ypar K3p, a French no
tor, by tho namo of Thovctiard, lived
in 1'nris. Ibj'wns rich nud tnlcntod but
ho had no wile, and wo piny hvliovo ho
hod novcj jovod any om but gnvo nil
his affections, to thoso ideal ehamotern
that ho could rcpi-esent so finely on the
stage. Ono day ns ho was walking
leisurely along the streets of I'm is he
came upon n cobbler's stall, and his eye
wns attracted by n dainty little shoo
which lay thcro for repairs. His Im
agination immediately began to form
tho little foot that must fill such n lit
tle shoe, Ho examined it woll, but
only to admire it moro nnd more. On
going to his own houso ho scctnrd
haunted by tho little shoe, lie, fancied
it tripping over his lloor; ho could hear
the music of its tread in fact thcro
wns nothing nmoiig nl his rich, ele
gant 1 1 ensures that seemed to him half
He went to tho stnll of tho cobbler
again, but could learn nothing in re
gard tn tho owner of tho shoe. This
only increased his eagerness, and mado
111 tn iimru determined to know to whom
it belonged. Day by day ho was dis
appointed, but ho wan not discour
aged. At last thu little font needed tho lit
tle shoe, and The vcuard met thu owner,
n poor girl whoso parents belonged lo
the humblest class, lint tho ardent ac
tor thought not of Instu or family.
His heart had already pronounced tho
little ono his wife. Ho married tho
girl, with no question of what pcoplo
would say, nnd felt enough joy in hear
ing thu trend of the light, nimble foot,
through his silent rooms, to pay him
for tho mut! Il co of people's approval.
This is tho truo story of Cinderella, nnd
from which the child roniaiicospinng.
Aniii:i:.Mii.r. Bi'sinkhhV Oh, tho fe
licity of editing a paper! Charming,
ngreeablu business, in n horn ! Fasci
nating, attractive occupation, but dilll-
cull to npincciato. How nicely and
vpH ,, ,,, c0lllllllllljly nt !lrgt,(
The other day, while quietly seated in
our sanctum, taxing our brain for
more copv," iu response to the ever
lasting cry of thu ' devil," tho two
above named vidians, ono of them
mined with a hatchet mid thu other
with u bowiu knife, of largo dimen
sions, mado it violent attack upon our
person. Thu only alternative was to
tight or die. Wo accordingly seized
a largo knife, about two feet long,
used for cutting paper, nud bled our
assailants pretty freely. Thoy sued
forineroy; wo spared their worthless
lives, and told them to duHt, and they
got uj and dusted. Wu would tnko
this occasion tp statu that if ever they
or any ono else attack uh with tho in
tention of doing bodly hnrni, wo will
shoot them dead In their tracks or cut
their throata from ear to wj. Qwjhce
J YOiwii nilntyor'iti a highly elabo
rate sermon which ho pronchd sa)d
several limes, "commentators do not
agreo with mo hero." The udit morn
ing a poor woman caino to see .him
with something In her apron. Slip
said her husband had (icapl M qurjnoii
and thought it very line, and as ho
had said tlio couimou taters did not
agree with him, ho lidiV sent solno of
his best kidneys.
DoN'Tulvortiso; If is 'a very jiobr
plan. It will call attention to your
pinco of business, aiid it is mtloh bet
ter for pooplo who wish to trado with
you to' hunt yon tip. It giVes your
customers exorcise, aitd makb's them
healthy. Ilesidos, if you ndyprUsc
somebody will buy up ypur gq9di
and then you will hnvo to got moro,
and it will bo a great bother to you.
. The. Lauly Dkau. Some, ono has
said of thoso who djo young, that they
aro liko lrttrtbiiwhlclt Alplnd shepherd's
bent In thoir arms to higlicrnnd green
er pastures, that tho (locWmny foflow.
They may b'd "Tc'frjoyctV tUnt doting
hearts may bo lured away heavenward.
It is said of a fisherman who VdA it
customed it) go out in, n boat with his
family 'and spend tlio day n't nilistauco
Iroin tho ttborb';' nl thoroiWcro frequent
fogs, ono of tho number wns usually
left nt homo to ring a bell as a signal.
Oii ono occasion a little son rumaiucd
on shore. During tho day a thick (og
settled down upon tho water, nnd tho
(labors attempted to reach tho land,
but tho mist grow deeper ami darker,
nnd after rowing vainly in all direc
tions despair had nearly suspended
thoir efforts. Just then a llttlo voice
camo through "the darkness, "Father I
steer straight for mc, father, and you'll
get homo 1" Tlio father renewed hit
cflbrts, and by steering In tho direc
tion oi the oft repeated call,
renchod tlio desired haven. Not Ib'ng
after, the llttlo Irid whs taken away by
death. Tho father was filled with dK
spondcrioy. But whilo thnB nUnatcd
ho seemed to hear from heaven, "'Fath'-
or! steer straight for me, father, anil
you'll got'liomo l" Ho heeded tho gen
tle call.'' Oneo a man of groveling ten-
ilcneies ho turned IiIm riBplrntlons'hcat1
en ward. So tho-nuwerj" Is often tnadd
vncaut, tho gleo and prattlo of child
hood Is hushed In death, that from yon'
der bright world may bo heard somo
sweet cliornbio volco calling, " Father",
mother! steer straight lor me, and y mi
will get home." Hnppy those parent
who heed tho heavenly call. HujfUfo
Maxims rou Yoir.vn Mk.v. lciyi
good comjiany tr none.
II your hands cannot bo usefully em
ployed, attend thu cultivation ol your
Always speak tho truth,
Miiko few promises.
Live up to your engagements.
Keep your own secrets il you hnvo
When you speak to n person, look
htm squui o in tho lace.
Good company and good conversa
tion aro thq very slnows ol virtue.
Good character is above all things
Your character cannot bo essentially
inured except by your own act.
If ono spenks evil ol you, let your lilo
be such that no oilu will bellovu him,
Drink no kind or intoxicating liquor.
Kver live, misfortune excepted,
within your income. ,
When you rctiro to bed, think over
what you have been doing during tho
Make no haste to bo rich II you
would prosper; small mid steady gains
givu competency, with tranquility of'
Xuvcr piny nt any game of chance,
Avoid Temptation, through fear you
may nut withstand it.
Never inn iu debt, unless you co ft
way to get out again.
Xuvor burrow if yon can possibly
Novcr unnecessarily "peak evil ol any
Be just buforo you nro generous.
Keep yourself Innocent if yon woujij
Save whon you aro young, to ipenck
when you nre old.
AuoMi tho obituary jiptlcc ol an
Ohio paper, we find tho following -"
Mr. Wm. Joiich, of Midta townin
aged cighty-thiee, passed peacefully
away, on Tuesday evening last, Iroin
siiiL'lo blessedness to matrlnioila bliss,
alter a short 1uC sudden attack by A
Blossom, a bloomiiig widow o
Thm mlnlb ot tho greatest man iu
tho world is not o iiulopendeut b
that' ho 'may be subject to being trtu-.
led1 by tho Jonst jumblo wlloU is wade
arouiid him. Itnoed not lo tho iioiwi
ol a cannon tb disturb hi thought V.'
t iiecd only bo tho noiso of a'weatbein
cock or pulloy.
Charles Piokon say;"I.hay oftW
hoard a vastquantityofnonscnMalk
ed about bad men noj. looking you 'tki
the lace. IJjon't trtut that oouventte
'ul, idea. TjiBhc-uc'tty wiltr.hw
out of (ipimtfiianpo ony.tjaylnthawoikj
If tlterp 8iiuy,thl?g'to,bogpV''
Doctor, Fratiklln"fusid to lav, MKc"
raatfor bot long a na kid b&H'iW.
tied, ho 8hould"ridvor'neglebtf Vfrt
bis wifu."' ThW'u conBideroa1 a' fjisMt'
joke by somo moilcrri husbaaAJ. "
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