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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - September 3, 1852, Alton, Illinois                                i r T V yv i TUB AtTOJJ DAILY COURIER nrmr BKOWJT jonx Tenor of the Daily and 100 j IS oraert j But tended Ic by 4 o HATES OF E SHEttMANVWY OP THE corner of State and op Ai CAtDWEIXJ A TrplWET at in Miuourind office 73 Pina Bt f iiMraingt MOM f located himself j the titaens of tins Office over i BOOK A2TO JOB tart In with mr no and Fancy Job Sit JIUIVK CiROTjJt done Lore Business fc SECOND BTBEEIV 3 in ukcrs and Saddlers imc re rpEXDEBS his professional services to tljccit of Alton and lie may be found nt th Drag Store of Barry corner ot Second an of UieWcsUra College wonld mfonu th citizens of that lie has located here pennoncn and woald oSVr bis profesrianal Eenicca to the izens of tbo place and When not professionally be inay b found at hid on one dour cost the U I BI1MOCK k DEALEESIX BOOTS ASD Sonth aide Alton TOPPIXG Ic rilPOBTEBS AJfD WHOLESALE Dealers in all descriptions of Foreign and American llardrrare i ASD EBIAIL dealers in echool jVV muwelhuieoua ani blank trail window musical joking and fancy articles fc Sccondit and RS IX DRV CLOTH BOOK HATS ASD Also MARK riKRSO tc ONE PRICE CASH MOItEAN t EALEES IN r lillti undersigned takes pleasurein informing tb JL pobjic tliat after ajiructiee ytxun And tbreo in the United ifi now and prepared to jnnctice in profes Horses ilfjckcd and Office on nl the residence of Invccn MECHAKICS ATTOHXEYATLAW Office on JTJSTICEOFTnE XOTABT AND GESEEAL LAND Office over the store of 7QOK wid Blank Book sJ publican Chestnut Iwtiras aod JAMES D Roams over i IUIH A OJIAin 1 I WHOLESALE AXD COMMISSION AXD rOBWABDKG MERCIIANTS nnd nVBIE tc nOLESALE AXD IWIWABDING ASD C05IMTBSIOS MEKCIIASTS Frontand DEALERS Ef IKY BOOTS AVD IVHIFPLE t 7IlOIjESALE AND KETAlL dealers in boots and dry and Jamily gro comer of State and ISAAC DEALEll in staple nnd fiinej dry variety oil and SumiibinE goods generally Allon LESUKE tc ITrllOLESALE AXD BETAIL dcalcrt in V T dye patent window and every thing in their line of BARKY fc XTFHOLESALE ASD KETAIL DEALERS in VV Patent corner of Sec I and IN DJIY Ijoot5 and Commwsion anil For BOSWELt 4 OBXAJtESTA P nin te r Alton IlEY irill pay mrticnlar attention to the pain JL ing of nil kinds of wood and marble imitation Papar Wall and douo in the nsotedf Shop in TnimbuU over Henrys Juay BAVIM WATCH 3IAKEK ASD State Merchant Tailor and Second REEPS constantly on hand n good and well select ed stock of Cassimcres and which he will make up to order in the very best and with a good assortment of Gentlemens Fumtshtng of inay2fldSm TRUXK TUBEIL on Second kctepe eousUtnUy on hand a pood awortment of jt ladiesnnd gentlemen a oE late wnRon Jiwrneas of all dray and cart attended Ordcrsfrom a distance promptly my23 JOHN DAGITEBBEAN A ND DEALER in Daguerreotvpe XX Alton Instructions given in the all the We CSTII varii ing Merchant L WCKAIIIK SM1XU F1CKARD t A Grocers anJ dtsS I in Foreign i domestic Constantly on liand every thing in the y nnd the beftasswtraeut of Pure Foreign sver offered in tills raid for all kinds of Counfcy dwly COLE k iii JiEWIT NOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealers in Dry BeadyMade Comer of Second and SnGLEMANcontinncfemiliwrightingin all its various Being connected the Piaaa him to do work on the most favorable terms and be will undertake to f uraifib and complete mills of any description by contract or oth and guaranty them to be oqnal toany in this Satisfactory references given if STEAMHOAT A LL pcreons traveling on the upper Mtseissippi or XX Illinois will find to their interest to call at ray ofiiee and asscrtain which boats arc in the fast Office Central may diirlyj BUCKMASTEK k All klndi of Carriage we warront to be in finish and to anvtbing of the wert pof the mftj23drtf I prepared to attend to the forwarding of merchandise nnd of every to wesLnorUi or Central f UATKG recently rented and JOed np the large I JL1 itnre room one door above Blair iBullcngcr I nm now nrcparcd to receive on merchandise Fand produce of every on the mast rcason t CllARLES TROSIBUIJ tCOJUIIBSIOS 4 OPOBWABDESG THE baling ample store room onert nis as Commission and mcr t and will civeliu nrrBonnl attention to the or forwarding of prodnoe ormcrchan Cot ttajtounboBBi arriving it Uus w HI U HAVTSG wnplo room for tho storage and jolc of every dcsaiption of produce and I mm prepared to purchase or sell 1 Central ATTOENEY AND over Bowman 4 Johnsons jUieoorDerot SET1I 1 TTOBXEY ASD COUNSEWB AT and yaxrv PnUie andCbmmncionerforlhe State if HiSBunn for taking Office on Sec ATTOBSET AT OOUXSELOB AT AND NOTARY JOIIN JOTOKSBY AND OODSSELOH AT LAW JIacounui OOODRICIIk ATTOBNESS AKDCOUNSEfjORS AT lUiooii i AITOBSEr AND CODS5ELOB AT AND JUSTJOB OF THE CHESTNUT ATTOBSEYS AND COOSSEMBS AT LAW Macoopin t DAVJTJ Jb UEXRY ATTOBSBYSAMI COOKSmOBS AT LA GENERAL WXD AGENTS JOB ME STATE OKTJJJNOE OtSoa en ATTOESBT AT one 3 DOT from Jw w ATTORXErS AT AND GENERAL Office on AXEOBXET ASD COTJ3TSELOR AT ASD OfnOBaa SPU3XDID SPBIXG STOCK OF STAPLE FANGSDBY I AM nmr Tecciviny a veiy large nnd trtoelt of staple and fancy dry variety looking oil all of which mil be told at wholcmle at the very lowest City and conntiy roerdiBTi3 will find it greatly for their inter est to call and look at my Block before buying else ISAAC We seti no movements whole JV sale mercantile business house at Alton Springfield Wo would like to know what doric cellar that man jn Springfield inhabits andwhcth Office at er it is one ojfcthoae inspiriting where soma people cither habitually sea dou or aid tho strength of the optics by leather FOE tho information of our innocent co we will that we have a wholesale housej or twoj in tiiese There is the firm of Blair wholesale who supply u great por tion of the merchants in the nnd their sales count up in a way that would icrf octlv astonish the business men of Spring Then there is L whole sale drygoods jnho jermtiful and u larger than this editor ever laid eyes or over till he comes to Scamtt can supply for the sale of all and thenhuiea few more for the bal ance of the Pimmock tare more cases of Boots and Shoes than the Journal man ever heard we dare The yast quantities of and and straights that they dispose of per this virtuous inno Wonder if ho is as ignorant of cow tic at home We have nlso a wholesale clothing house Just being where every thing in the wear ng from a buffalo pilot to a uvcniles dickey will be Jour nal man should bear tins in first amed article he will need on liis Salt River latter may be ne easary Then thcro ore Ck Phinney Scbwcppe Smith Piekard Ryrie Trambull Turner s Sidway Lesurej Barryj Ryan Topping Nelson Quig jy TVhipple Booker Uavens and perhaps otbcr I of the friends otthe Bdlevillo andlllmotstown rail Wi held at on Monday last and ore still in Morrison was elected Kunbley Kraft Propositions hive been made for thebaildins of rtho and it will doubtless soon be in a course of ALTON TEHEE HAfitE hear it stated that a telegraphic received announces that Capt the and Phelpsfc con tractors of this their way home from the where all the necessary foal arrangements have been made and the work is to be prosecuted with oncrgy and re gularity to its of Coming the r c r Itetulteuot wbat ItrtllbelsivMlTedou i TubetwrinaUil d i f thaahimscU indeed i MabelVynno tho topmost1 BparUeon the crest of the first wave of luxury tlut swept over New Up to her the ariitcortic Uoasea er6 furnished high highhacked and hnirbo Homed mahogany one or por and a eiUer tray on the contntning cordials anil brandy for morning In tho centre of the room hung a chandelier of colored lam of and the hi learn that on a valuable saddle ses of during tho same the house of was entered and a considerable quantity of silver ware taken No clue to the stolen properly discovered as aT We ore indebted to Bis and jjicklm of tho and to James Shields of tlicf for a of valuable public docu Third Ward According to previous the citizens ThirdWard met at the old and organised by chooamg H Sih and McPiUj The chair then stated the object of the meet to be the nomination of municipal offi and iUtim and the lighting throa negroes to as the a a bass and a violin were tho only prepar ations necessary for the most distinguished About tha time that Mabel left wtwyvtidventurous ofthe Dutch nauttou ventured upon for tbo corners of tho stuffed rod bench es along tho and chalked and upon1 this a French family reaiding in the lower part of en tared upon a fan 03 bill with n ax otoules jn stead of lamp French dishes and sweetmeats instead of pickled oysters ant piuk cham paign and tJio door thus luxury came in like a Houses were built on a new plan of sumptuous the ceilings stained in and the columns of he doors within painted m imitation of marble and rat last the climax was topped by who sent the di arge wholesalp as wellas retail dealers a argo number of wholesale ind a ness men We havequite anumber of commission ousesj on extensive forwarding bu and another new just about to AVe have grain buyers who pur chase their thousands of bushels every who run their machinery night and and turn out a 1 article and pork nd beef who cut and curve to an mmense every But we do not to completely overwhelm this ao was evidently born in the day of small Some of onr wholesale business houses arc oing a business to the amount of er Our merchants are doing and emakiog preparations for u larger busi ess than this Goods and bo sold as cheap in as 10 captial and energy are AVe advise our neighbor of the Journal to ave the country of green ap d taken look rita regular wholesale He mil at least get his eyes dpossibly mny citclx Avhat ho perhaps is advertisement or two from r BELCHERS all syrup plantitirm Jora pen Trboleaale and V BOWMAN A ft ASA JOHN IusJi AXD Tocimi OITOSITE JUujiOAH THE rabscribcr l os leaaed tlie alxtrc Jjonseifftt term of JBreBUng and furnishing ani conducting It in tnich a manner that the meet fsatidious cunnot fail to be the taltte Itethg iUwnvs rapplied with tbc tlie market and with attentive TPiut rooma nod Tills Hoaee is eitaatcd in n iileasant and bcaltlij part of the chy and opo site the llailrtmd to Uib Howe is a etaWc trhCrc tlic Ixat of and haj ami attentive hosUcra tnaybo Carriagca and to o gets nnd bagpnge to JT from Uic Boats or Con free of The fnbeeriber trusts W proper attention o bnflnes to merit receive a slmre of public convey passcn Cnrs free JOHN STAGE North side the MJ GEOKGE funneriy of the Pranklin informs Jiis friends and former patrons and throngh the trawlling pnblicgcn tnttyn that he has taken tbo said hotue intends to keep a GOOD HOTEL and to give satis faction ftU that may itJ cwn cowtroction and interior nrraDgcmcnt nm botn en tirety ctiangcil and put in cowl and from being located in a beautif high and healthy where Rood society good andcollegeB and easy liy and it cnunot fail to be a pleas ont place of resort during tic hwi for per wns desirous of retiring for o few froui the beat and bustle trf the prowled matbem 33ro HOOK Is treU famished and has a number of private well mailed tQiJCaimliesoV tima of vpoattinff a few veclui Ilia ho tel will be wiU all that the western coun try can produceTbt Bervanta and prices tnjrh and low enooph A1I old friendt and to cafl and make Uiemwlrosal home u usual The Hotel in a convenient and extensive carriage yanl and shed and olwarBcnaeaToritokeepaRflod forthe ac of tmTellcrV who haro fnU authority to dictate with rwpeet to the IreftUncnt ami care of Ine steWeis also famished with aaUJle good corewd ana open and fwuH trcb willbc furnUhed nt on PawM and funlHo to any port of tie ir STATE E PJlOPBIEXOlCXfonncrlyor AmcricaD in cod thttnrr THK CONTESTED ELECTIOX ix ST he VThig candidate for Sheriff in this Bcltj has contested the election of his cmocratic The fol ring statement with regard to we find in esterdaja The city papers genc IIjdeprecate the course pureued by HV irVVe looked over the pnpers filed by It in this in the Circuit this Tbc specific allegations extend cr eighteen sides of a foolscap and o Ticnly The allegfltjons iat the Judges and Clerks tn the Wards and Precincts were and that they did not correctly count certify to the re in the Fifth nnd Sixth Wards there were forty rotes given for which werenot counted for That in the First Ward the Clerks and Judges deitroyed the and failed to That the poll books the certified accounts of the differ ent Wards do not Four hundred and fourteen rotes are ob jected on the ground that the parties were not The seventh specification charges that one hundred nnd sixtyone tin naturalized persons voted The eighth charge states that thirty unnaturnlizcd per sons Toted three The ninth chargo states that nine persons illegally voted four The tenth charge states that eight voted five The eleventh charge stateflj that the properly count would give n majority or one thousand for The list of those charged with illegal vot ing embraces many wellknown citizens and the evident result wilt be an infinity of law arid bitter ILUXOIS CENTRAL toad is now being put in the course of construction with all possible Prom Cairo to the note of preparation it The lost Jonesboro Gazette contains the fol lowing statement concerning the 1st Division learn from n gentleman that a firm of Jenkins contracts on the di vision of tho Illinois Central Railroad tliat in the coarse of next week they will set to work some eight hundred or a thousand commencing near Subcontracts will be let out at any time from now until the 15th of Any quantity of hands from one to three thousand may get employment by applying to Jenkins subcontractor advertises for 125 two horse teams tb on the BOino and as many laborers as may come to Locis YWCEXXZS Bother from responsible that this road is to be constructed with every possible The Sey mour have madd final arrangements with authorities of lind are preparing io put the whole line in immediate coarse of The efforts of and others in terested in defeating at the railroad ing in S this hare so far prov ed tJw above named which recCTjUTanderpotie a tboroogh be has fur fonritere AntaHe for the iranUaDiicomforuof Xbellotao ia fSto atcd intho mortficntnl port of turf u now boordenand traniicnt t toUwwanteandooinfprtof ha Trill be bled to acoommnJato al who iaUl npon him In a Trhero made some appropriate and wci ed when On the meeting proceeded to nom first for which after in the choice of Peter Guti and W ho were then unanimously declared to be the Meeting then proceeded to nominate for City on Mc Pjke was unanimously The nomination for Mayor came next in Tho names oE Kobbins and Saml vote be ing take the chair could not cjeoide u divis ion was then called which yielded to a direct vote for SamI who wris then de clared to be the There being no further business before the on The Steamboat The committee on commerce have agreed upon a steamboat which is very likely to It is tbc Senate bill in the with some Three double action with a chamber at leastfour inches in are instead of asix inch provided that in steamers not exceeding two hundred tons two of the and in steamers over two bundred and not exceeding five hundred one of the pumps may bo dispensed Two good suitable boats are of approved model struck and the nwnbtr of boatsrequired is veiy much Metal boats are kept but the provision Patents is struck tow boats and steamboats are excopted from tne general opeiations of the Cotton curtains struck Hydrostatic pressure limit to which not exceedingone hundred and sixtyfour pounds to the square inch for pressure may be The principal amendments Limiting the power and finality of tbc Kedueing the Uvdrostatic trail of so that their working power may bo within twothirds of the Hydrostatic trail pressure Doing away withthe inspection of the boiler and its as proposed in men ions of an upholsterer cry roc in Par 11 room in his nou house to th curtcbUneho as tui upuuiakurur m A vi LU uui mt o tho coatlioess and the fourmsscur to come on hiuiself and see to the arrangement and de It was Manhattan old and who hid tho of a it tie plain furniture in tho M as comfortably talcing his toast and hjson bc ow Miss WJTUIC just announced at by tho black and two of her admirers mada their highly scented They wore led through suite of superb lighted 1 imps hid in ala baster ushered an at a mirror door in a tent with ottomans and drapcriut of tho same exquisitely tho imperious Mabel held her court of Mabel Wynne was ono of those accidents of sovereign beauty nature seems to the toko delight in mis the superb lobelia flashing among or the oriole pluming his dazzling wings in the depths of a SheWas no less than royal in all her expressed consciousness of sway whuso dictates had been from infancy Never a surprise had startled languishing eyelids from deltb a suETusion other than the lumid cloud of a tender and pensive hour lad dimmed thoso adorable dark Or so at least it She was a fine el Wynncl Butsbo looked to others like a specimen of such frftgilo and costJy work that nothing beneath a palac would bo d becoming home for 4Tou to any to There are others whom you ndtatttage to from the romance of his posiJ fififnttanA Anil Mritk AntLv M of it would beion outrage to nature that joa should not chooJrf b mated sdmething of thoso who you I seo DO one worthy of may Jealousy shall not blind Tho finj mark of your I shall be aware o turn upon htmmy yet most He mosfc love ant mo and jou takes the fortune had amassed for I toUyoa this that you for IshaUjnqasare his by 01 manly nnd delta must be worthy of in eho but n6t be He who steps yO iw may hate no limit in your worthiest of a ers is oftcbest bar red from her r Of f have made no vow against seeking your Qjxtbe Ishall ine no opportunity in making myself agresa bio to t It is agninstiuy nutaro to abandon though I am pnuifuay conscious pC my inferiority to other men in tho qualities nhich AUI have dona o depnvo my pursuit of its itJiubsement to yoarhnppinehs purely it still would be were 1 the object of rour You will hour from meat my crisis in your Pardon my be nS a spy upon I kuou you well o that this letter wiilbe a wish it Acltcu Mabel laid her cheek in the hollow of her mud und mused long on this singular com Ityttrred her but it still more bee ic J bhu had Jicen litjc and shoivu bun no Which could of tbchuu Ired of lier chance made acquaintances bho conjectured nt some fur falio lud come out jcir and her mother haunglong been theviaitors to the house were all but recently made known to She thirds of them as sons of families but tharc were at least a score of any one of whom twenty years hiva been as obscure as her anonymous Whoever hemight buj Mabel thought be could burdlj come into her presence again without betraj ing with a pleased smile at the thought of tho looked up the bhe Those were days to he regretted or as you dear reader when tho nota bluijoucty ofrew York resolved in one self cbmpliicent clearJy t j she sometimes hod been Theopiajoa ofbcr father tad great weight wjth bu shd felt that he was tho snf ftr man to bo entrjtatfed with It there had been a ttnr father fiod not apsured her BIythQaime from idled at rcsjjejjtablq if the secret l had wavered she wpulfl have given without a1 Btythq was admired and wished for Stockton the 9th Neur o pnat a the man who had himself for a derotiotf unpamlelled even m her held captive her dnzzled imm if not her creatful j She mode constant efforts to think only of BcllallurCj but1 the efforts were pre ceded omniously A And Bellalires star seemed in thp as ipdint for urgent business called Wynne to thQ citVjjjtnd the succeeding jlfty him though with an assur ance of a speedy M ibd was left un der fho care of an indulgeril chaperon who took pleasqire the happiness of the and Belluiluru push ed his suit with ardor He wag n skillful mnatcr of the art of and t would have been a difficult wbmaA indeed who would not been pleased his the secret m MtabePa breast was tho spell by which ho hold A v eek and BeGnllure pleaded the receipt of unexpected and left suddenly orscft to Mabels supnscexucfengflO promtec at thoudj she felt thttt she should e giyen it vrith mail on thaseconddny following brought her a brief letter from her father requesting minedi ate more important still a note from her incognito It ran You nil lime entjons 1 hid formed to comment on your ap larent Your happiness is in your trook wore A Ithnp of gold ma recently fattni ifi woigbiag 36 Voluff have no flcqi house for Wo 10 acquaintance nth the The city of CpviJJgtao hasjjrajjscrUet additional for the constraction the Tacking all The the man pt near thefishinggroundahas been v Mospa who commancr cd a company ib the the Mexican diction tha July at Oregan City r f ii men to have been and robberies to tne a ipoant of a short 4 Clav Mowainciifr has been formed In Neir and a meetins called to forward the I are thirteen religious Bapifs pablishcd m city of Now ifit of subscribers amounting in the to nil recognize my n e little to or I abandon the in ivn which will be ei rlamcd to compel me to urgcyou an im ncdiatc On your arrival at home you meet me in your fathers where 1 hall to await I bat 1 still cherish If i am not deccirr ed if jou can cosentto hnerne if my long letotion is to bo rewarded take my hand Thatmomentwilf decide he But Ve prepared also to name another if you love for is a uhich I cannot explain to you till it a say that the ceriWc was a bell I you have that this choice and the radit were periphery of course composed of those could duwn uith the And on theuftecnth of July regularly and the fashionable wheelrblled off to said old UJJ aiuu uiu us lie bade her thoereniag before sUrtiog for the it is useless to be jlind to the fuct that among your many ad mirers you have several very pressing lovers should ba made on your Trust and forgive one who has so long Cloyed Mabel pondered long oh this strange Her spirit revolted agjiinst its apparent but thbre was the assur she could hoi resist that itcould 5c pjsplained and At all she was at liberty to fulfill its requisi tions and she could decide irlflh the time JlappywasMabeWunconscious juitors for your 1 may safely j ty the generosity and delicacyof 1 do riot wish to put any utmccessaiy unnamed loverHer by one restmiut upon but as you are sudden reverses of mercantile fFor the presej of the gentlemen a fittin the original The western engineers and steamboat men hare been in Washington consulting with both committees of commi in presence of engineer from New and other engineers from Philadelphia and Balti The as it suits none of them exactly but it has in itcrent guards nnd se and is very likely to go through the House with when it is got To got at an effort will be made to suspend the CFOX HIE SciBXCE Of We arc requested to announce that Yan Meter intends giving a course of Ice on the elements of and rousienl in this ere Van Meter teachesin a nxxt practical and wo should thialt bis lectures to be quite interesting to and lovers of music gen notice will be given ho is ready to commence the is a iato teacher of Music in Granvillo and a member of the American Teachers losti r We find the following production in tho Anthonys in which pa per it appears as Such ara cy yet matteroffact is ublcssing to The doughty captain of the Anthony ferry should al ways favor him with a deadhead ticket JUnjnEBrIn All AugJ by tbc Sony oE tlio Antbonr fcr and MATILDA daughter of Ife welcome to tho married Xbe noble bis And wUti UitiDi mniijr A quarter of A fair return Tor all tbcir toiK And lotti oT flrla and Abunihintdajrs U wan and wife All honored and a useful And hearts resigned nnd merry A peasant juusajrc as they an angry galo AVltilc crossing urer lifes said on who tlie bird Miss only smiled in and th other gentlemen took upon lumaulf to be th interpreter of her unexprcsaoJ The cage is the tuo said and for my part I tliini that Miss tfynne would show better the hum bier her As a Pcrdita upon the and open to a sbephord 1 should inevitably sling my hear upon a And forswear that impreg hable vow of intcrruptetl Miss t i am a and you are ide rsa illsustained by the who othi The Trorld is full of knarei an Ol antiquated Aiid underbanded trappers We ncodmtire salt to salt Mure honest men to cave the More sturdy Captain Tlic men are node for nuptial JOTS Tboffirh arenrattiag for tho boys wherefore longer ttary 7 Let each ectccta proper Eotu riifi and obscure and as fioua as may ThuTil a land A glorious at And rous days in store Tifl Rood for raisins And though irero hosU of little room for many Let lacueonill do their Nor longer slight the world of beauty Vntgo to workinsUintcr ere another moon shall Xor nUl their labor be in Start on a sparking like these social wedding throngy The cake and wine And jokes and Mttgf Nor yet the Xs fearing AVe like h see in even A youthful pair with smiling Trot off in double Tbc man who never takes a But spends bit days in siogla Full half hiidnys bus Tlic sweets forwbieh our life WAS Thencftrcst jiiys akin to Are nearly alHuitaslcaV fooU gentle panera Yet those wbo improve his golden By sweet experience TbfttnmrrlaeengbUy la the tender nnd the good A ThepnmpsatBridgo port have pumped Into the canal all the water that was in the river a week and the wa ter of the lake now its Wo un derstand that the canal is supplied with Lake water us far South as Lockportja fact that is ascertained by a clear blue affect of bringing a constant of pure lakewaUsrinio OUT river we bo to the health of those living imme diately upon its The pump and wa ter at Bridgeport have a oupooity to take from tho ovcry five a body of water 40 by 120 feet and flvo feet At this rate all tho water in the river would be exhausted in twentyfoor Chica go scctncd each in the others they rose am took Bullauurc lingering for he ww a lover As the door closed upon her nilmircrj Mabel drew a letter from her ant turning it ovor with a smile of abstracted cu opened and rend it for the scconc She had received it thatmorhing froii an unknown as it was rather a striking perhaps the reader had better know something it we U commenced without On a summer twelve yenrs age a after doinghie work niit singing his commenced it was the chimney of a large coming cmbitrrassed among the he losl his way and found Himself on the hearth oE a Bleeping occupied bv n The sun was j ust through tho curtains of the n vacated bed showed that somo one had risen probably and the with an irresiatnWe proached the unconscious little SBC lay with her head upon rtrounj arm buried n lloxcn and tho smile of n dream on lier rosy and parted It wiis a picture of singular and something in the beart ofthat ns ho stood ant looked upon tho knelt to it with agony of Ho stripped the sooty blanket from his and looked at tho whiteskin upon his The contrast between his con dition nnd that of tha fair child sleeping be Foro him biought tho blood to his blackened irow with tho hot rush of lie knelt Reside the bed on wbicb she took her hand in the sooty and and with a kiss upon the white and dewey fingers poured his whole soul with passionate earuestnsss into a Hereafter you may it jou he first struggles of that boy in the attempt to diminish the distance between yourself an I vou will have understood that you were tho Ccautif ul child ho saw I repeat that it is twelve yean sines he stood lie lias seen you almost daly since your going out and coming his eyes and expanding and informed himself of every change and development in your mind and With tnis intimate knowl edge of and with the expansionofbis own his passion has deepened and It possesses him now as life kosTiis and will endure as lut his views with regard to youhavechang cd You will pardon tho presumption of my first to attain my wishes bad only to become your It was a natural my agony at enco in our condition in life was enough to absorb me at the it is surprising tome bow long that delusion lam rich I have lately added to my fortune the lost acquisition I thouglit But with the thought of tho next thing to bo done cohio liko a thunderbolt tbo ionr that af ter all my efforts you might be dostiuod for another The thought aiinplc You would think that it would me from the But L have uncon sciously shut my eyca to or 1 liavo been so absorbed in educating nntl enriching only was to It perhaps fortunate for my porecvcrance 1 WAS so Of my midnight of roy of all jny self denials and vou have seemed the reward I have ft nev er learned a never turned over old and that it wns not a atop nearer a Mabel Andnow that in worldly twelve of flflbrt and I stand bv your BicU at a thousand men who never thoi flro equal competii was that it what bef to IBs sumptuous house had should have in 1 do not like been sold over his yet the Uellallurc besides mv prejudice whom he did not had liberally offered F against the we know s mv prejudice of his pre use pfit till his aHiiirs were VOU3 and he may bo swindler or any his ruin was made The i have cws of bad reached Saratoga be most of yoi you apparently give them the as the boat ploughed her way down t your If the docisinn is to be Mabel sat on the deck lost in Her fathers opinion of land his probable displeasure at her Some people think it is owing to theweighed uncomfortably ontar She The water bctueeu you have my Goi my true as de1 1 vcntuie to dittcr from her thoughts upon and is an it is felt surprised at the pleasure with which she rememberedMs kind manners and his trust but 1 think people do not so much alter remembered Telope at The fact is clear inspiring lo began to that at tho Springs wo change our herself more calmly than she had poVer to opinions ofalmost though do with her lovers around She confessed ecms a bold suppositionat first I to hereclf that Bellallure might have the ro inclined to bslicvo it is btcansc we see so niantic perseverance shown in the career of itso much more of them city and uiuch in the same igfal wine and drinking a what is S She could not say in weeks history uf a eity ttcquamtance A i he had so impressed Alongdayssilent morning call thrice a a diunrnl bow in j rcScction deepened this and Ma dear you wear a man all j she could not accept neither his hand nor his day like a Down at the platform with him to drink the waiters before breakfast strolls onthc portico with him till tch with him to itarkydts till n the drawingroom with him till tc ing and promenading withhim till midnight Xcry little short altogether of absolute like matriinomy it is a very severe Your best follow is sure to be found and so is your plausible fel Wvnne was at the door to receive bis drives and Mabel felt for she i that his presence would bar all ex in the drawingroom withhim till planation between herself and your Be regot ivcrly otist and your licllallure had cultivated tlib bo old man embraced her with an euusion of tears which she did not quito but ho led her to the drawingroom and closed the Blytho stoodocfore her Forgetting the wholly as it inhcr with bel ran to frank cordiality and gave plain i hand trembling in suspicion of paint theltruth lloahfd suddenly on Mabels male Attractions with marked At i him her hand 1 stood a ho probably tboaght himself a plain i hand trembling in nud an artist who could only paint llaahfd sudden what could be measured with a would the generous lover drew liiivo a plain portrait of But atinosphero of tho man Thereisa physiognomy in is aspect u the harmonious link between mood and is expression in the face of ly on M her to icruii mo children of imprisdflctl who Ate ara Snson they ate taught and cared This is It is stated that the late Jacot the extensive ship who died left u fortune of aodfor the dis position of which he made no Yesterd iy a stack of w upwarda of two hundred owned and put up this season in SpnngfiqM dy waa burnt By hts littlo aged about einht The boy lighted tho stack with a friction The democrats of Michigan matd Robert McCleUqnd f or drew Persons for governor and Whitehouse state Wag gomoitime ago a car riage to perwrm without one invited all curious mechanics tcr see Manv members of the societyipf attendedran3 in the ardor were shown a tDhcetbarToiai t modern taking tiohofthe earth on its axia at seycnteen miles per sava that if you off your hat in the street to bow voa go seventeen miles bareheaded without J are srfrtf of electing if he tf iU not write any letters but if htf will trrite them he will be r V You spoke too Scott already written letters kill any And since ha is bountT to be vou may Tor letter for a sheep as alnml A Business iroin Alabama says have but little to do m this as it is certain ta give Pierce and King 15y 000 Loncasteriah says One of oof friends in Deny informs us that an old whig gentleman in that with fourteen has signified bis intention of voting for Pierctf and was so much dreiidfd in our school boy days as toC be punished by sitting between two the force of educa In after years wo learned to submit to sucb things without shmlding a Ooxelte letter from containing subscriptions to the gays Tho lato charge of abolitionisin Pierce will redact with trcmendious force in agains this A should not be expected Iff take off his glove preparatory to hands with another more than to take off his boots when abont to kick a who flourished scr largely at hnve all come toiUmish villeto help in getting up a great western demonstration in honor of Scotts entrance into his and loldcd her passionately in his i Mabels strugglesi were and her happi ness unexpectedly The marriage was like other bad drawn n little on his raag ivhich the features are aa much a portriat ns j ination in recommending Blythe to his Bttffiilo says Pierce is best looking Presidential candidate that has ever beea nominated since tho days of Jnoksom if ho is good then ho can come think onr church will last a gopol many years said a waggish deacon to his I see tho deepen are very a bagpipe is the copy of a Scotch daughter as a young man of most rcspect my dear cannot always be1 translated by and You must mint the magnetic fluid to get a portrait if some Sir Thomas Lawrence seldom iainted anything youlhay see by his licturu of Lady wbich is like her vithout having copied a single feature of her Yet an artist would bo veryinuob snr irised if you should offer to sit to him for magnetic i t expres what you want vhgn vou order a picture You wish to bo minted as you appear to those who love you picturoaltogcthor unrecognizable by thoso vho lovo you was magnetically hand He dressed with an art bcvond Ho spent his money as the could dip it at will out of lo wns intimate with nobody mew his history j but he wrote himself ontbe cgistcr of Congress I Tall as from New hought of you till itors with mo for your as 1 hare my news with ro ffard to you have withTrit ir conquered Iho selfishness of this and dominant ifetime I am devoted to as spell upon her She felt that must I haTO been from the moment I first saw yo a lovp that whatever his outside life and These arortili and sho construed the imponotrable silence n and threw nil his forces into oneun mistakable pursuit of iliss llabal But Bellalluro had avcry fprmitluble Blythe was as much incarncst as though ho played his gnuio with a touch indgo as it ho was prepared to lose And Blythe had very macb surprised tiosn people at who did not know liat between a very plain and a elegant nan there is often adding of a rose oaf to the brimming lie jros perhaps a ittle gayer than in Sew certainly a lit e nioro prominent in general uc without any difference that you could wear tho plain and reliable business whom everybody esteemed without particularly had become Blytha the model of elegance nnd he gentleman nnd conversationalist par cxccl And nobody could tell bow the atatuo oulil have lain so long rmsuspccted in the The race for Miss Wynnes hand and for uno was n general oud there vore a hundred men at the Springs ready to ako advantage of any falling baclc on tho art of tho twaon the lead but with Blythe nd Bollnllure Miss Wynne herself seemed ally Tho latter had a friend nt ourt kept the fair maidens that bo was thoromantiolor or of whoso life nnd fortune she had been the She was an eminently r mnntic with all her strong sense j and tho devotion which bad proved itself sodeep and dominant nblo Blytho was tho purchaser of Wynnes snperb and the old man eml cdhis days under its to the in tho society of the large and Bellalluro turned out to be a clever ad nud had Mabel married him she would have been Bellalluro sibly He thought himself too nice a man for a 1 think rnv story is yonr imagina tion has filled up tho that is to e n but without theprice at which you might I with which JMlauuro received her oecMlon srmrn Mv nenou isplain and unatlal hidlj to his identity into a magnani spurn My penou is plain God of the rolling year 1 to thee Our iwngsshall bounty pours In mnny goodly with free AnillilwriUbond our autnran stores Xo firsttingx of our flock TTO No clonus of incense But on thy hallowed shrine we lay Our grateful in Bom on thy the lap of Spring with many a blooming And smiling Summer joyed to bring The ni nsntne ami the gentle fbower And autumns rieh luxuriance now Tbc ripening the bunting And goldbn and laden The Mlnea of thy bounty No menial in princely Jlcre wait a tijledlxirds But many a fairand peaceful homo Hath won thy peaceful dove agatvl Ko groves of palm oar field Is No mvrtle shades of orange Uut rustling meads of golden And BcUU of waving grain are giifcui thy care landscape efef Our nootuanu herds stray J Notyrant master claims our store No ruthlen robber rendf No flerca rolconoB withering No fell simoon poisonouj For with baleful Awake tho flerjr plagnea of And hero shall rise thy song to Where lengthened and pastures And streams eo singing wild and Ueneath IThera nerr was rcaretta mortal Where crowned opprcwof never throne of Heaven Shall m ravcreneeV bow to Kgr Onr respected Orville Pad has recently established himself at Al in the commission and forwarding busi has been long and favorably known and bis old whoso name ia will bo apt to look for shingle when Baring business at Al No moro efficient agent could bo select for confided to of all business nnd wo commend him to au wbo have bugincss to transact in Sou rituiKild A westorn in puffing a 0 says thnt a new tooth hrush baa bccii suppliedvfor the wash attached to a strong iron chfiinf so that the public will always be accommodated in that A sill v report is going the rcfttttd the tliat Edwin Forrest is about ta marry a lady of According to tho dccisionin the divorce Forrest mar marry but if Edwin and ovey appears in Hew he will bo introduced to Whilst a regiment of volcnteers were marching through a Captain a strict observing that one of the drum did not ordered the Lieutenant to inquire the The fellow on being whispered to the 1 have twoducks and a tarkey in ray and the turkey is for the This being whispered to the Captain ho exclaimed Why dont tho drummer aay he was lame I I do not want any of my men to do their duty when they are not able The Albanv papers announcer bat whtgs of that city nave established their head quarters at a place to which they have given the name of suggest the fol lowing as an appropriate sign for them to liong As it is an extract from a good Scott it of be regarded aa good wontymmmtrl Weve IIAED anil boil With these our BAROACIOI well Korall who And if you sfck Bjr eoiip np wtlirRarr AliUlo erafte tritfi II33 oft fruitd to JUro tb0siek jTVoi lafeabitnnt of SlorJ England died nt tho patri archal ago of Just before was very anxious to see a now lifeboat just She certainly had no reason to complain her The supremo court of Stains naw de cided that the inhabitants of that State may keep liquors in their houses for their own user and that liquor may be brought into ana transported within or through tho it tt bo intended for army worm ban made its appear onco on tho Mississippi and Red and already several cotton crops hare near ly Webster wbira of Georgia lit last elected 217 delegates to UIB Macon which In He late session the house of com mons sat 82 days numberioic 618 honrsanol Tho average sitting was 1 31 14   

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