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Covington Peoples Friend (Newspaper) - January 19, 1850, Covington, Indiana PER paid three 1 50 75 nine SO will be exacted when is the year in advance far eix Song my the song And I list I never it but it briaga to Luar it suag it to me long to my baby And I in upon her a tones within thy I that I l And l lovc lur turn to plance rf Ill yearn I ti it plaintive notes tny m then ho sill 1, it taker iiy like a to 8. 19,1850. NO. 33. surrounded by vices and flowers of exquisito hair raven cud and her form thai of a you noto that ho Tho former of iho two was tho gay white cottage that est and tho most brilliant in stands oil to tho and another of a similar standing a Utile farther to the I have a story somewhat romantic to toll ycu with ull of as also with their curiosity was now fuliy roused to know what he was to to joia io the general when they saw a largo array of upon tho and tho of buildings in actual It was her was iu what appeared to an and tho product of tho short space of tho timidly uttered i by the tho beautiful residence of being accomplished and with a fantastic visions whirling her ono rose prominent above and that iho the wife of one of the most and of the land nnd of the lore in every syllable the unmistakable of coming direct from the The I comes yet no sad seen | spoko to an other it was given out that ho would ehall now passover the minor to the ere of the of which was to be an eventful night to the inhabitants of for a been extended to and at an early hour the groat hall of tlie wan with citizens of all for Two 4t]unres.' Three Ooe w i 9 00 00 6 00 8 00 15 00 25 00 12 25 M 40 ami 26 cents n square will ba consists of 25( and twelve Nothing A a square ando a fraction orer a n 0 Bod Probate other be paid in 01 ami 26 cents n square will ba consists of 25( and twelve Nothing A a square ando a fraction orer a n 0 Bod Probate other be paid in 01 on Main of the public in the ae the I feel most highly ijT neti you ' you i. what und appearance nml hko possession on tho i r. 1 The one Cot a ' Fourth of Jul appointed far a hearted other for a warm iho marriage Bordon and Charles l U- a Knt stage moved on tho to after a moment's j hearted other for a warm iho marriage Bordon and Charles as of how to hearted that love until i A with Although 1 Such were tho rival that Ernest Sundeland Alvord not in his I shall tlic to the spirit of it 1 5;sctil;. us yet 1 shall former of Ellen the latter j crease tho curiosity soo fail in tho that Mury particularly with of and of if I | months after his | or were wats splendidly with sho seated al the and the following noie the At tiie far end of iho hall a elevated or y at tho back of which to and ho | tu and ali 1 in liiat Ad yet ijj von had seen Mr. ali at ilio timo 01, i i ' ' boro the j of not u to in- then this ti Will ir that it bad ' may so Ise made Charles Martin began to mingle in eligible to to ho wats uow in the for an tour had After some ttro j a timo ti hall al duor In or folded and super- the and a gentleman tu who trembled and grew deadly will not upbraid for if I her proud heart sorrow and will bo her night waa to have been our wedding but in tho presence of many she has again refused mo. T am not the will still take with another and from the ho approached Mary who could scarcely credit what she and whispered a few words in her you wore simply Charles she answered in a now 1 t urn unworthy to become your hero is lie und with gentle ho led her forward upon tho whore a minister shortly joined in the holy bonds of in the presence of it part with i scandal had ' untried state of Even years he ' ted some reports not favorable to his as sho proudly surveyed her fino I ECCENTRIC Rivai it with great und it with a graceful in the month or yet his upright behavior had form and faco in 0 on her good a young some much to silence lying fell a pang of regret that sho had of the same years of svas seen entering an contrary tu his thrown herself as it by en- Martin called 0!i and town a he wherever ho went a re- ' herself to Parties were occasionally strong largo was mado the very tremble with a universal cheer of After this came and nil lie under und a on his back i former his extra to a set of maker's As workmen of his 11 5ly Sr in n rail r nc 01- n st wat w OS o crtv ri somewhat scarce iti d n a ito be I for a kind always a come over bronk this and a favorite and once more to try hor if it so chanced he was not crs of upon thia was made as some ihc and many a gay lass | his heart is she was soen to the | would reason to why may one of he met and |l not succeed in him I tim ly found lie was an to the rivai handsome in havo fino talents n mati of and | so the 1 have were and conversational and v. i some in Of an ardent i a manner of tho tlic shoe had just been by tho manufacturer he very bo to i ' r t iMV ua i y kj frunt of I hi i fir liiat usually to one ot ut the j his other as colder than sho would Kick ut is it be you treat me thus cni Iiy Mr. is no longer agreeable to me. and I wish your broken if you wish what have I done I you do rashly for you must bear in mind that I vou v. and fur enter tho i a band of and struck up tho national air of Haii tlie and near the Blood Ellen tally und amund with carriage and four proud that made her an object of bore the millionaire and his mark to almost every ono Near her stood Charles and leaning 011 his Mary As the eyes from easy in iho Of an ardent i a manner of of Charles had a why might I not f ir tlie opposite I winning wero it not for this thove bearing the stamp and engagement with a wander- nothing sho as a of 1 ing mechanic whom nobody knows And 1 will thank to j ho in ani Mary made a what a triumph it would bo over rno Miss nor was it inhabitants of nnd what in v bo Ibs rt i. 1 vv 1 5; i 1 i 11,s fur on u first lo talk it would mako both privately and tho girl I bava tho two had the what As a stranger in a small village is and splendor i could and look down whence ho ' u favorito with the upon thoso who toil for pressed that he had seen bolter Matiy were among i mero curious us to wiio ho was presene that would bo if there is an air of mystery and as tins vision grew with so it more und moro the mind of this whom 1 pledged my and was pledged in present to know of was young ho | proud it took more form whether he found he tho of until at her tisem or he never muJe an opposite eyes to grow 1 to'd 1 tu the 1 or en his and sweet voices to | was n simply comprised us they gave hini a | And sho already began to deviso his Eut of all he ' of breaking considered ' i. il their furiosity is n 1 usy that never leaves two only fixed his foolish anything undone may bo don and j wiio continued to visit her ion 1 into food | he commenced paying visits to to his regret and X r o nud V ' li J 1 - tuo t was S t there is. must soino Tell I beg your is tiie cause | of this coldness with Hashing you aro a nnd sho let her voico fall with emphasis upon the latter Ellen Bordon looks for something Eilen Bordon shall look in he in a heavy fell upon the her witti a look of und was about when Charles and in a cahn you still refuse to marry sho I wed no common said turning some of the wae to have been our and 5iary, he a few words in and ia tho tho band gentleman came on tho nnd announced that Mr. Ernest Sunderland would make hia was with thunders of which was by a now pral of from the All waa us thu house of a held their breath with and their eyes to catch the of to great For soma little time they woro kept in with their riveted upon tho when it slowly end there was a general whisper JIo What was their vexation and when instead of tho great 31r. the humble Mr. walked Although he was a favorite in the yola general of greeted hid appearance on tho Apparently without the murmurs of he look his elation on the extreme front of tlie and folding his and feet to s to i but in manner so pasted brought to a Yoy not for but for upon stood and gazed With and the various 1 perfect terminus in tho following because I am upon the until the music 1> or tu farmer histo- ' of the yet ho this young when tho who had 1 if were the other would now vour to announce the coming of f t i in the | iiio labored hard with he scarcely knew a in manner i almost startled while his dark eye long tu satisfy but without lo w hieb of the two he wards and a | seemed to pierce her very tho own of was not so he addressed grieved and | leave you who you gave ' fir the and troubled him more as true as ever beat in breast 1:1 the I new conversation of was as ho could not account tor and sho | I leave but do not curso 1, ihe he r i by tho t no for woe enough will and lin chin ] the au 1 warm tidings of Both suspense of anxiety to tho cause j of and sleepless r-W bride to the my Is it not ft is I what became of tho parties all her high ut last married a and what is mure a drunken only a year he died in poverty and she went to her and bis lady still in B und he has never IkuI causai to regret his union with presume from the details you have that you know the have seen he this time it was already and wo wore rattling over tho df the coach paused in a spacious beside an elegant and the stranger As ho did ho handed mo his and bogged if 1 had to give a It was too dark for meto rend Uio name when 1 arrived at the I did you may judge my on in clear beautifully Ilo iho eccentric hero of his romantic lio jr some was in tho of and Were I as rich as this young silting by licr engaged i whoso I know now flis mechanic pursued his content But all at pondering over her j you would rash into my aai have u and at when knock Z tho Out lor an t u fico 1were torcevi to iu Uli ol 1 two I pointed out 1 I as a litio or true x thero or rather thero 1 was how arou sed and oa looking she but I will live to sec your a servant in awaiting j humbled a great admirer of answer to I will answered j a i thai we a luss where res: at two who and she flew to ihe and i a scornful seo age of i who was to make a a on scented be 1 over her the true stato of addressed ia earth I walk cried Martin farewell and he rushed from the few days from the last interview nnd tho so entirely fiom any wo havo ie yet caso vas already whispered about the ' to that of the that the young was 5^,j.priso and she hurried again stepped and waiving his hand to command ia a and 1 i ir ' said 1, ol country was cultivated with the grain und there was every prospect of favorable be the his bou n ty last in truth wo had a sud prospect for tiii and had nui tny Selom ordered tho God curse to pray for 1 not what would have and introducing to the good inhabitants of the of this their prayers im for days and piare what to forin u as us tho of ' to uccide the threw and vagua of their predominant Such was t. tho uli ber und Lecerne more at- visions of slie she w sth the individuai now before ' mi nu the devolves upon your banner tho person known among | a prayer by tho you as Charles you behold Ernest j Tho flouted in the Sunderland aud with a graceful face of but ell in vain for ho did a simple thrill an assemblage as did the one just iat a than who broko the seal and it. Who can called upon Mary Danvers and after Men raid women stood s gan to ibel an ardent attachment lor the strange which the usual of the day were 1 with surprise and able it t 11 ft K f t 1 1 SU 1 was that my tiri to am young mere timid and | iho heart of the proud as interested my to 1. all of my yet j more ia bis read the His dress was rich and haughty look did not ill fenced left the balance io favor of f r. and his decision was made Srs and roads have to the State of and which gavo a Cat of tho the stage rolled on over a dusty and as my fallow passengers seemed more inclined for sleep than I determined in order to break the riuM and perhaps a if 10 draw the stranger I to him somo which ho only answered by a or slight movement of the Finding my efforts 10 engage lO conversation as ho appeared abstracted and buried ia profound 1 gave up in and sinking back on tny let my own mind ramble far away to other days and other fiTo o'clock in tho afternoon we the quiet Tillage 0f and as the coach paused of from our or and in the course birds flutter and anally sink ho au of his yog have heard of my engagement with Bordon suddenly grew pale and as she iie of the faithful are like music to who is worthy of all praise und therefore the rejoicing in the sweet Sound of our not the of our for to credit their until the stillness j us to continue still to was again broken by or with shall call hirn arid und lic you have just heard I am Ernest Sunderland prayers of Jews and infidels than ho granted forthwith their in order to be freed from their the was add 10 noticing With surprise the singular hear me iaws of to was and a u hi was settled to 1 oa the coming 1 j upon and and combine thoso with Fourth of v. r. and nnd combine thoso with sparkling blue auburn a and you havo a of this period the oi ii tn ihr thrown into a state of before you that would not to arrest tho appearance of two the even the made a purchase ofa spot of ground the heart of the at what as 1 have was of n villagers considered an enormous on cab she treated mo with i and wished to be released from I 1 1 j as a J i that I was a unknown 'n your j and that she looked for something as tins may to gire r hi the at i j he 5,i!i ij style of She might be likened more to the there was a gentle sweetness in her every that unseen and stole into the depths of the as it a freshness and new oven as the night falling resuscitates the day drooping Her features were even and they boro not the slightest look of arrogance and pride the all the minutes for a change of the roused from wero shadowed apathy far maintained on ilie tad with directed my patience and be traced in every varying Ber eyes mild the as they of erecting a to be the summer residence of a young millionaire from Ernest Sunderland That a select the Kis summer honor the good inhabitants had even in their palmiest dreamed of being conferred upon and of course there was no end to the wonderment and speculation to which such an important event gave Some few sceptics were who asserted the story waa a and got up for a even they were Miss Ellen ran hor eyes these few she could scarcely believe her was sho fully assured it was not a joyous from which sho too soon would until she had read and again and And then it the artist should bave seen who would have had a living model of a Her cheeks flushed ber eyes her form and she strode to and fro through the with all the proud majesty of an empress of the All the drep longings of her heart were on it possible 1" cried in is true And to be 1 will tell you my errand 1 have loved you 1 love but and am come to yon my hand will you accept knowing me to be what I sudden and unexpected was that Mary burst into and for some was unable to At length she succeeded in I have loved you long in end she leaned her head upon bis breast and Martin went away that night a happy in all the luxury money could I soon become cloyd with what I considered the tinsel of and after through which I did at an early I obtained the consent of my father to learn tho trade of a that I might mingle and know of people in humble It has been to me a great I assure in that humble I have learnt the that their name is legion who will scorn him that and yet play the cringing to the This double dealing of taught me to who professed to be my most constant and I formed a resolve that in a I would find one who loved myself Such was my object in coming to this and with a grateful I can my object is the one on whom my affections were first afler pledging me her cast roe when she thought was an bettering tor I wiH not upbraid and as be he his Fres Louisville Examiner tells a story of a church member who had always been more remarkable fur opening his mouth to say amen than opening his He on one taken his usual place near the and was making his response with great After a burst of burning eloquence from the ttii hia hands nud cried out in t thank God I have for twenty-five andit coat me twenty-five soul was tiie is better to be tho history your own than with that of Athens or The time is coming when ft man hold his among the he has not received a classical
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