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   Alton Weekly Courier (Newspaper) - January 26, 1854, Alton, Illinois                                anfc faeral EDITOR liUflT TfifffiWfY ft ffffiFfYl I i lectnre D Ifli HMilll tt HM1L1 i This ladys lecture mthe new ball of the I Alton on Tuesday wasat tended by about sixty of oar asmall THE ALTON BSILY COTJHIEBi 81TXBATS BY GEOB6E half jearlj in 00 Bates of Advertising For one 12 1 inec or Bat Each snltteqaent WH 35 One without 1 SO Two vitbout 8 00 One without 3 00 Two without 3 00 Xbroe without 6 00 Six irithoul 00 One wittout DO BosineaB per 8 lines or 6 00 Business per 1 IS 00 double 3SST Advertismenta for the must be band ed in iy 4 the day to insure THE ALTOS SAMB SIZE AS THE rrausiiED EVEBr WEDJESDAT AXB To Single 00 00 ToClubs oi in 00 loClata of in 00 rertisemenU chargedsame aa THE AiTOS TVBEKLT A TERY LABGE JAPER FOB THE rDBUSHED EVERT FBrDAT MOBSDrS COSTAnoyP ALL TOE SEWS OF TEE To single in 00 per Tu Club of 1 73 per Tollubsof in i SOjwr Clubs of Fif itt 3 per and an Bxtra Advertiiing One 72 liues or firct cu subsequent Two months Three months bir 6 00 One year 10 00 BosineeB 1 6 lines or 0 po Business 1 1 10 00 Displayed advertisements double HSf Advertisements for lie WEEKIT must be preseutrd by Wednesday to secure on Advertisements for DAILY and WEE KIT to be charged SO per additional on Daily A liberal dUcounl on tbe above will be made to regular 00 30 3 00 S OD 4 00 State Geological A not by those engaged in the has grown oat of the State Geological now in pro We refer to tha among other building of several beds of beautiful marble superior to any rocks of the kind ire have before seen from any part of the valley of the and equaling many of the imported marbles in beauty of colors nnd susceptibility of high Several from different parts the were submitted to onr inspection a few days Among them trie a va riegated suitable for any descrip tion of indoor and ornamental as table is from Southern and will compare favorably with most of tbe imported marbles used for such It most tome varieties of Egyptian Two pieces of black for and depth of color and high are not excelled by any specimens of tho fa mous Irish black marble that have come tin der onr and which is so much used for mantel tops and similar are also from Southern We are not learned in such judging from the spe before we believe our State can furnish as and beautifU rook of this as wo are in tho habit of im porting from at great If our local selfishness was as great as some re present and our democratic principles did not forbid we could almost be to advocate a heavy duty on tbe importation of rocks of this when we have such supply ct them tinder oar feet at capital and labor are brought to bear on these no law will be required to exclude tbe fore gn A light nearly marble from tbe vicinity of appears to be one of the best rocks wo have met for every propose of m and oat door It is very nearly pure carbonate of sub very and admits of a fine No Western rock equal to in every requisite for building has so firas we been placed in any public or private structure in be ex in a jsingle building in Chica iho quarries are inex And that they are contiguous to A beautiful politic from Hardin receives a and appears to be and better withstand the effects of tfae than a similar rock from which has been used to jsome jextent in Tfae structure of thie jock is as curiousvaa tbe wrought samples are It can be worked with great ease into any desired A specimen of marble from Pike is one of the most beautiful ornamental rocks we nave met with in the It more nearly resembles tbe Poto mac marble used jn the pillars of the cap ital At than any other It appears to be quite as and takes as fine n polish as the Potomac bat owing part of whom were She commenced by saying she would make no apology for ap pearing as an advocate for Womans Bid they ask ho jr could she lay aside ie re stinints which are termedwomanly propriety and She came to plead the cause of because she is a and no man rjleadsber Her mission wasnot to create but to secure rights She drew her right to do so from tbe pompt ings of ber own The she eagle soars as proudly as her and tbe doe roams as freely as her an tiered and must woman alone be fettered did not be lieve God made ber to be and in making known her vtewt she should not ask permission of Kew views always meet as for example those of and our Bevolutionary She noticed the con ditionof the arts and sciences and tbe free dom of opi nion and speech which now resulting from the principle of equal Every wnite man may and finds no barrier between him and any but want of or But where is wo mans companion Is she free She would like to She hated that word She wanted to substitute human no matter about precedents in this movement every age makes its own ia ber awn worst ene claiming to be satisfied as she She should not do so while right remains to be No woman has rights The daughters of wealth and ease desire come to Joy and God in ac tive Letmen nomore snythat it is only while woman is a dependant ttat we can love Laboring women are degrad and all wish to avoid Wealthy wo men cannot be they must dress in the which changes as often as the Girls education ends in almost ell Female where a college education be The highest object which the sex may aspire is and if wben married lierhusband can support and cup is The faot that one half the infants is because the education of tnemother is sfi much No woman has a right to marry till she can support herself and renin case of Bat how can she For tie Alton Oou FROM at TJHFrtlSHED libraryAssociation Fete of Sir Jotai rat was or ALTON j IXcpona for Courier 3 Tie lecturer prefaced his subject with pre liminary remarks respecting theinterest j ana f long time felt with regard to f was a clear October and I had ihe fate of the lost He does not Jnst turned from an interview with a laved 3 tiff t oBTter7 hadjhey beea traocij opoa Belshazzart t SM Gltttednc with wqbdflsev Hma rililjn deem the recent report of the cprery of the northwest as a serious matter of respecting Sir Jebn Be cocsldera that the passage has been rolly accom James has a peonliar reBpeot mg the earth and all most arrives at his cone usions from a very faircaaraa of We can not do the lecturer and his subject without free and the lecturer has kindly submitted his notes for that following sum mary respecting Franklin is interesting I The opt lion generally that there IB an ley circle in the Arctic regions occupy ipgall the degrees of and extend the western hemisphere from 75 to 80 north and in the eastern hem mphere from 80 to obliquity of the arcum polar ice circle coinciding with the magnetic i The belief nlso exists that this ice circle is of limited extent and that in con spqaeiie of the fattening of tho to its oblate bphersidul There Is an open sea to the This from the character of the Arctic currents and the ocean drift woods and other mutters noticed on the northern hores of the eastern shore if onthe of Baffins Bay at To this supposed open sea Sir JohnFrank lin was instructed to find bis way through Lancaster other northern out let of BamVs is known of his progress on biu Toyage proves the belief that be made the attempt to fulfil bis mstractions If his course would find him on the north sideof the icy while as he made his successful voyage from Point Beecby to Mellvilie along the south of the icy was on the i At the last authentic intelligence in ren t on to he bad passed up Victoria Sound to the point since named Cape Frank to the grave colors of the pebbles of which it is made does not present so brilliant an It is very and tho ce ment appearsto be Wo hope these rocks may be subjected to the necessary tests and and the re sults laid before the public at early as we Are all interested in the discovery and bringing forward of home suitable f or Architectural ornamental so as to supercede the necessity of sending abroad for at Tbe recent accounts leave no doubt on tbe minds of any that tie emigrants now at and who cannot get up the cxo suffering to fromship nnd tho wanlof large numbers oi them have arrived there since the naviga tion of tbe Ohio And livers teas and inve no means to carry them The last accounts represent them asfcaring moved unto tbe woods around where they have huilfr to many ana nnd in a state of Actual of them die from unless BOOB Wa it nsonly mecesanryfor our tion is Tery and whatever is therefor do this when she gets bat one third as much as for performing the same When driven want she takes the which has destroyed more lives than war asd and at last sells herself as a prostitute to procure bread for her Society requires that girls mast stay at and if they desire an education they must work nights and Sundays to get the and when they must get and vow to and in order tote Then there is no ten hoar system of if she belongs to the laboring she most work all her waking care for the children through the and if she wants money beg every dollar and get it or as husband Says one my husband lets me do as I According to wo man is a nonentity in and man acts for her tooth in law and say the some women ore and rule the She pitied that man who ceuld be ruled by a woman under her pres ent If woman goes from home sue must have a man or boy of ten years to protect protect her from what The wild beasts have from man None but servantwomen arc allowed to go unpro and men take the liberty to insult Woman this by rais ing a public opinion against Miss Lrcr said if she bad a male and wished to make him uncomfortable in every sense of the she would place him in the position occupied by Woman cant correct these evils because tho law is in her In her next lecture on Thursday night will exhibit her legal She iskd no one to endorse ber but for them a candid advocates Womans doni wish the men to rock the cradlnjbut they want their social and political They mint the right to They do not claim equality in although they might dp If itisrmhtforthcm tovoteit iseipe for lignt ani expediency cannot Woman will take the places from which men at the prices they and gam by They have done so in the printing and it is admitted they beat the She alluded to UABSTBT who studied anatomy with of in order to become a and is oow in 10 the front rank of her profes sion to alias LILT who furnished the prize picture to the Amer ican Art and supports ier and her husband do ing the marketing and errands to HABETrr who has practiced medicine in the city of Boston nineteen yearsj to LUCY who picked asd gathered get money to buy ber an and worked her way through college and to vanon othur ladies who have distinguished them She acknowledged that home was the true sphere of bat when she bag energy and shall they bo Hercause is the cause of humanity Oppression nay tread it to the but it will be like the it will take dacp forth and nsbly sustain itself had crossed the rrrer Louis on the bad come to Alton IDA lumber and bad been turned and down tha rail road and bad passed through various to advocate WomansJJighu at and if they would yield Ber the nght to1 would vote for B railroad from hereto i Here be spent the winter of and was apparently in the most favorable position to prosecute northern voyage on the occur rence of an open neartbe posi of the British afterwards was reluctantly compelled to tu n in consequence of the lateness of tbe when the open sea and the unexam pled indications of the vicinity of animal invited him towards the Tbis locality was so distant from the track of nothing is to toe quiet of my lonely little Hastily throwing my self in a chair wujdow that looked towards my I give1 my thoughts whollyto the oontemplation of the enchanting the scenery spread aroond mellowed by tha beauty of the harvest and made doubly beauti ful by the rare flow of spiritsfwhich I was tben It was indeed a lovely in the very depths of Indian Ibis pala light of the garish moon threw a soft radiance over the and all tho scenery around was soft and subdued the low and mingled bum of distant voices enchanting beyond Twinkling and winking in thevastheaven the faint stars rolled singing on their and save the low and solemn rustling of the withered incessantly fall ing hka sad memories on all else wns Wrd and all bad sought a blest awed into qnietnde by the holy beauty of this lovely con serious to an I at hehold with tha veneration of nn holy tlia fair prospect spread around and at times the many pleasing mimorios of the breathing out of love and tho flitted over tha alluntroubled waters of the noiseless and emotionless as tho ghost of the hills over the silence of I was alike in the blest memories of the faded in the bright realities of the passing present and in the rich anticipationsof a whose golden dawn portended long and cloud to be inferred from bis failure to find any evidence of bis pretence FrnnKlm Perry was to much impressed with the favorable prosect in tbis af ter his return to bo obtained per mission again to revisit tbe and he is now busy in prosecuting his researches in that It tbe opinion of Arctic navigators that the ire circle or of which we have to dislocations or so that at times it suddenly in places and affirds tbo opportunity of panmj to the north as well as the escape of Tbe direction of tba ooean drift appears to be always Tbe Tbe carcass of tbe mam baring besnstraaded by northern The current in Baffins Bay is also from tbe and while Do Horer was drifted south currents appear to have been the same in an earlier geoligocal when the North American Continent was the float ing icebergs carried the rocky masses along tbe shoal places leaving deep nnd permanent marks and icratches to exerciie the ingenui ty of The phenomena of the Antartic ire similar to the as regards the preva lence of I have seen no evidence of a current towards the and floating bergs in that Tbe ice circle is probably more In one tbe Antartic coincides with the The most southern latitude reached bv navigators is not the The most southern Island that has been discovered was covered with which proves that it is the resort of and sea that wonld afford food for as in tbe northern latitude reached bv Perry Tbe southern magnetic pole has been an proximately located Try near tin Terra Adeline nf south latitude TO 155 Its distance from the as tronomiopole nearly coincides with the north magnetic any evidences of the raitiga tion of temperature ia extreme southern lati would according toreceived be considered as due to Jthe depression at the But I will venture to express a doubt nf the sufficiency of tbis and I must even presume to propose another inetb od of explaining j It is possible after all tbaUhe earth is not snoblnto that it isYot flattened at Boss Taxaasi Bor was bornm Wneel 9ih of the first Princess born in Virginia since t rw f c ia called the astronomic pole cr axis I knvw that such as ppouuion will bo met by many apparently insuperable that the earth is certain determined and this has been math ematicafly True but the demonstration does not determine either the form or the magnitude of the The demonstration is as true if earth has the form of as a solid introduced a theory with regard to the law of of radiation of gnve numerous by reference to the satellites and illustrations upon the black This portion of the lecture was nec essarily expressed astronomical from their required some knowledge of the and the closest attention to We cannot do jus tice to this portion of the without publishing it which we havo not or to Be arrives at the final from weighing all the scientific light shed upon the that the earth is a hollow We quoto of the lecture if these propositions be we cannot but suppose that there is a habitable region within our earth abundantly lighted by refracted and detracted and qualified by prominent and physical causes so as to constitute a fie place for of red wood and a p eaiant fori Lolled a quiet by the events of the im mediately preceding all the passions of the soul nndistnrbed either by bope or and the blest harmony of their soothing lullaby wns the cadenced voice of but an hour bade them lenp like the martiulcd ranks of to the thrilling note of piercing fife and deeply rolling Suddenly I was aroused from my reverie by the sound of I was a ways a passionate lover of and now as I listened io the sweet strains of some lovers mellowed by distance and hallowedby the unspeakable eliness of I felt my very soul thrill a exulting chorus to its melted sym aweet to hear At on tho Mae and moonlit The Bong and oar of Adriaa 3j diauiDoo the Tratera sweep bnc after all that may be said of time and it is mood alone that makes External it is serves in no small measure to aid the appreciative but it is the state of the freedom of our thoughts from the thrall of and tho joyous hilarity of that lends to musia the spoil of to tho dull oar is the grandest strain to which the toe fantas tic ever and a very mockery to the astute whoso holy thoughts would tend to holy No wonder those simple strains harmony possessed for me a a very spell of Blithe as the morning my spirits soared joyously up amid tho stars beyond the clouds and through the many colored dome of and my very like the stones and trees to Orpheus golden rose at the adjuration of that breathing singing wandered forth to meet They are the passiontones of some lov said Some who knows all the heartttmohhig Of a lute and dgh in tlif magical and I took my and strolled glad to escape the solitude and now burdensome si lence of my for at first I did not inend my steps approached that quarter of the village whence the music and now curiosity wns fast hastening me to the But suddenly my as well as received a on emerging from the deep shade of an orna mental I beheld a young closely in a dark and apparently thurmraing a guitar in front of the door from one hour joyous and door ofiny I to tbe more congenial se curity of the dim 3Iy heart grew sick my love of mjsio Music and are these the inspiring strains to which I bad so intently in which 1 had become so ript Mime harsh discord grating from the rusty doors of that might wafted by tbe noxious nightbreeze over the black waters of was it the potent utrain that drew mo hither It was too and poetry and pas sion fled at once affrighted from my all save adire and dread that flash es across my like the baleful flames of athwart the blacknessof the infernal Iby to naught Save proif of thy diet oi and with an eye like that of watch ing tho calm slumbers of I gloat ed almost ferociously upon the Suddenly a light form floated from the the HESHT on killed andihen It was a love i IMPORT orSrEBKAKD im portOf sperm andwhale oil an to theUnited Stateidoring tarrelfria for Qftwhalajul the and in showing anaggregateincrease assist inalleviating Distress of these and desirable place of Within this we think it t hat afnodistanUimeJ Sir may be James has spent over 30 years ID in vestigating this Ha has arrived at soine novel but which he cer tainly well byrknown facts end a seemingly reasonable He sostains his by quotations from Eit and other noted It not lor us to dispute such foots and Tho lecture was not as folly attended as it shouldhave probablyWingtoontdoor jndgeliy hearing and because ral it waa listened deop and much satisfaction by all Dgto Dalton of tion of ivory in Sheffield U1UB J xlMko tonsj Aocord lingio of efephairts tilled for that portico that fronted the and a white as thelilly of the threw over the fence a That form the same ere yon moon had wrapped herround with ibis nights bad nestled in my my fond That band the same one shorthour returned the pressure of my and flung to me warm kisses when we parted But see tbe min strel grasps the and presses it with deep devotion to his No word ha no verbal thanks he but drawing one deep and making low he j Aha my quick eye saw it well aslip of tbataa ho raised the Sowers to bis fell the f Ye gods I was eversuch consummate impudence indeedl youd believe An nu was practising With tnch reflections these I tried to oheer as t resumed my homeward way and I tried ib bnl lowering ihe in v trigues of hells dread might have beea less mind in which after snch an1 hardly all I bora a nearer reseoiblancei to aDintennit to anything In all been traced I thafollswing well known A token of allibe heart can Of holy lore Hits fountain deep i j Mvstery s more1 doubt is succeeded by the daylight of al most shrieked fs it for this that I nave lived and loved thalr iVave cherished a pas through long and dreary hugging it to my at it has pierced me with venom false this Baal stroke1 is more than Ijean endure Tekefis written on thy and the dread spell of Upharsin divides ns At length I grew and was able to reflect more coherently upon what I had seen I as I doom whicl inevitably would be as plainly ai though Ihnd mv mortal thi recording angel stamp the page of my exis tence with the seal of fate and I preparei myself coolly and calmly forJho ehw the BdHlit Innocence and purity at once become darkened with thescowl o perjury and then and there my mental rvow to never again ti beboK the object of my former now of pity and until I should receive tbe proo of her wet with the tears of sor rnw and A doubt of her criminal ity never crossed Like one overwhelm ed in on ocean of I felt a singular calmness come over and I thought deceitful thought that i was the sunlight of an approving conscious ness of having narrowly escaped tbe toils of Casting my vaguely around my they fell upon my banging in silence from its accustomed and I then thought me of a promise 1 hac made to net many hours to come and serenade her this very with a new song of my own Vain promise thought but circumstances alter is the catch penny plea of many more sacred promises than 1 Will serenade my own and with the gentle impuses of musio I will teach it to forget Thns I took the in strument from the and played and with great those expressive lines of Byron to Tom Moore t Jlerep aeigh And aemile to those who whatever shys above me Heres a heart for every fate I j I never could fathom the but these lines have ever appeared to me among tbe most beautiful that ever claimed a in hours of perturbed or dissatisfied they have been to me as oil upon the troubled face of I was tolerablycalm but now I was with my own pleased with tbe burden of tbe and pleased with tbis hour of my as a probable epoch perchance tho Hegira of trouble and What a fine misanthrope I would said I as I revolved in my mind the ninny causes of dislike my own I could conjure and in order to adduce the whole motley not only recalling the of the present plundering the sepulchre of the longburied What a fine misan thrope I would I and chuckled with delight at the And a misanthrope I will I hating and despising and I will build mo a lonely and I will adorn it with and adventurons I mil haunt it with strange noises that tbe sons of men may four to enter its and lonrn to look upon its ascetic owner as anoth er confirmed whose creed is whose pattern is the devil And that oul incarnation of treach ery nnd her shallow shall never darken my door to cast an illboding gldoi upon tbe sunlighted brow of With such reflections I retired to am not sooner or later than was its the grey morning and with it a decidet change came over the spirit of my With its first break my eyes fell upon a pic avalanches of the Alps bad fallen in all their upon could say but in that samengonicing told yesterday that you would come at night and sing me that new which you said you had I thengathered tbat and placing it in that slip of which you jour comingyon came soon masked as a and as your presented yon tbe Oh if I have doneanghtwrongjtell nnd Iv ill pray to be Speak I implore you why are you so silent Silent I assuredly was every word of this speech bad added newpraof of and tbe whole burden of shame and if any there rested upon I could not The mighty incubus had smothered until I omld find no ntte ance for my thoughts Leliai I at length you hive been terribly deceived cruelly Ob jealousy jealousy come with me and will toll to cool re just beginning to darken with the twi light was mure congenial to my dis turbed nnd more conducive to a speedy restoration of I saw that ehe had been duped that she had given the boquet to some adventurous serenader of the mistaking him fur and though I did not like to acknowledge the poof compliment paid to my musica1 yet I was glad tu even in the this proof of her jnno Bat areconclli tion mast be and there and wth the little peeping one by nnd the grey October moon ris ing above tbe tbe tss of recon ciled love was and in thedeep of we two feeling better and happier than Such is the effect of a and its extern i yii least I thought so BTpnnd rny t ture of hanging over my in tbe exact where for years it bad and I fancied 1 could recognise a look of meek resignation and and a rebuking In fact it was the ideal visage ol those who suffer and are as gazed upon I felt a pang of and a strange sorrow stole over cold as tbe contact uf some dreaded it was not the sorrow that springs from repentance With the first hour of the new my resolve of the previous evening hail half All day long I was and wandering like one haunted with tbe ghost of a murdered Banqno nnd mine in a sadder for I was left to tho alternative of sacrificing honor to knew not what to I could not Iran tbe gauntlet a file ot lEachoneofnhichdownlmrledmo to tho like a straw upon the oceans 1 felt myself adri ft upon a sea of Evening camojand my resolution was com pletely said in extenuation oE the crime of breaking fFlonreriaeehbvcandldlight Do not Ijok the samo by and I inwardly thanked the God of for so good a proof that resolutions may sometimes be with Having thus Bummar ly cut the last cable of my illtimed I repaired to see fully girded to tbe task of extorting eatiafnc mj and anticipating a happy I met her in the and assuming a which my at the did not I thrust the crumoled containing the token into ber yon know that 1 Good Heavens cried naton ished at my What can be tbe Is it not tho paper which I gave you list with the boquet iThe paper you gave me I da not mock Tell who was the youth to whom you gave that and to whom you intended to give this treacherous paper A token ofu all the heart can J with sarcastic And is tbis the way you repay I pledging the love a I once fondly called my to a and hooded Tmbbler of lovesongs and serenades J misinterpreting tbe that suffused ber into a telltale brash of very face as a mirror ot your cried either mod Calm I fiercely lam as the ocean in its waveless bat whose nixt swell may Oh Paul her hands in for Heavens what can be the matter Hero is some dreadful she T5C7 in a delicate trhoia I have yon for a I felt aa if the combined IIOME n nuiicea txurx Ben Fisher bad finished his harvesting Aod be atuod by tbe orjbard One foot cm the lai and one ba At be called to bis good There were stains of wamas tTbe dost of tbe field ha his Bat a twinkle of in bis eye As be looked at bis stock EO give ma dear you are tired I fear have too much Toa must rest and pi k up a I thinbt we go fd bate to be taking fit yon nnd fat sheep and fat With a wife at my elbow as poor as a And care wrinkles shading her didyoa afford I our crops aint the Sat weve labored together to things together well nt ir take a The orchard is bare but old briudlv is And Lily and Fan are a Your butter and obeese cant bo beat hi the So tip to the Youve neer a and Cleveland is Neer seen the billowy 7eer rode in a or been in a throng So Kits this short journey well take And ne If we find thota that snit as we And earner up with our hesrts act For tho loves and the duties of T have sometimes I plodded along For mont s oer tbe same weary that a fellow who bad Fueb a reallyhard Oho could nowhere be Jut when Ive been called frmn my ootae for awhile And seen haw tbe rest get vo come back to my toil with a obccrf al heart And theres no place like was my I wooder that moth is dont wholly Who noerfrom tboir cares tat walk in tbe same treadwhecl of itaty for yean ScarceStopping to rest dout wander tbey grow their feelings grow rapsy and or toil nevcrendini an3 labor Makes Kate looked up with a smile and said Ben we v Theremay be fatUr oxen than Hones swifter on and cowa finer by But theres one thing I claim that Z know be beat In tbe whole Yankee Nation Id nntswap I for a kingdom Thats my gado Kato Prize Talel JJ 1 J Hi f THE HERO OF KENTUCKY 1 i or1 f 7 BT HATTJE OP t The next moment her hea was fluttering like a bird against biS ait and her with3 its clustering wealthy jetty rested lovingly upon his shoulde At that moment a white and fleecy clou passed over the pale face of the young moon Was tt an oiuen of coming grief to tbos young as they thus stood forgetful o the world and its dark catalogue of crimes in sweet anS blessed heartunion Di the te angel over the right shoulder veil hi radiant brow and fold his loving wbils the watcher over the left recorded it as th days crowning in his dark ledger Ah cruel and unrelenting FateJ why dos thon ever crush the opening buds of Love1 first spring its blossoming Hay with th wand of cypress with his poeiio bis mysterious belef in shuddered a the moon emerged from the cloud but h crushed the misgiving and gave it no utter whose yonng April heart had as ye known no permanent looked up from us smiling her an with all the sanguine enthusiasm o youth We w 11 be I shall g icme and talk to my end write a note of dismissal to and if m parents why Ill torn from them t A SPUNKY A person named Edward Jones recent ly advertised his wife Surah through tbe col umns of the Stanford Advocate ne a de pay no debts Tu tbis public Mrs serter from bis bed and and stated that bo in com of her Ti Jones bus made n in which Jones catches particular Not suisfied with merely she cur ries the into her spouse most Her reply is as f my Edward has fulsely advertised that I have left hie bed nnd and that he pay no debts of my this is to inform tbe public that the aforesaid Jones has nor board for to hu having been living ntthe expense of my fnther and under the pre tenco of procuring money to pay bin way to he borrowed a doilar of my and with that paidforhis lying advertisement against me nnd even nf terthisdistardly ho took all the and borrowed every cent in my mothers nnd left tbe Fur tbe past three months he has been kept from naked ness and starvation by the exertion of myself and bo squandered in dissipation ill the money bii inborn laziness wonld al low him to The scamp need not havo advertised tbiit he would not pay debts of my for tbe publm well knows that he would not even piv bis He is a lying scoundrel not con tent with living a tbe expense of ray rela and borrowing their ba pub lishes nn His bed and boar indeed If left to his bed nnd board wonld be nothing bnt a and I should not be much surprised if the bed be dies on were made of with astrong cross beam SABAH But one opinion can be funnel from A pe rusal of the above specimen of and that that Sarah is a brick of the first degree of TOH A MEETING OF THE 1IXINO1S 1 STATE At a State Convention of thdfriends of a law prohibiting the monnfaoture of and traf fic in Alcoholic drinks as a held in the eitv nf Chicago on the seventh and eigth days of for the purpose of organizing a State Maine Law Alliance it wnsrby resolution of the1 Slate Maine Law Alliance then made the dotv of the President of tbe Alliance to call a meeting of the in the event that the Legislature of the be convened into extra That event having oc notice is hereby tnntnmeet ine of the Illinois Mime Law State Alliance will be held in tbe city on the twentysecond day of Feb at 10 oclock of that The friends of tho prohibitory law are invi tad to and aid in furthering the pur pose of he Alliance to rid the state of tbe curse of hqnor President of the Maine Law 1 Tbe press throughout tbe state are request ed to copy the foregoing AGENT SECT TO It is stated thata Government Agent has been sent to to purchase books to elucidate the California land claim now before tha Supreme in which titles of property upward aglntji retunijin time Surgeon 6f the Europttfhsr been charged with oeVtt tba inmount of werefound on iis JtHStBCTasJ and a toa to watch the And again she buried her glowin with loves on bis Simon lis tened to her with a sad yet fond H was not so sanguine as He knew mor of human pride am he doubted not bnt at the men tion of her intention of breaking tbe engage ment with her parents wouU becom violent and ho fc from a certai yieldingness of d sposition peculiar to Mary that she wonld be unable to allay the domes tic and ivould be borne lik an unresisting whithersiever th stormgale migh therefore be prayed ber to be firmin tho to look well ti her own interests She him nnc she believed that she would be able to exe cute that promise that she would not allon them to overpersuade or induce her t commit an act involving ber future peace am Tbey parked with mutual ossu ranees of love and nnd altbougl eyes glistensd with and she pro tested that she knew they a a truant troubled tn brrast of As the shades Of nigh nere rapidly stealing it became neseisa ry that Simon should accompany Mary home But tell she as she bung fond ly and trustingly on bis how did you at last receive that letter Ah he is a short sto ry and soon Poor little Will Flanni who is indeed a trueheartedscion ol Old became by divers little cunning for which be is ascertained tbe hidingplace o this and purloined it for Poor child said with a deep in which tbero was no bitternessi he bad no idea of the trouble ho was else wmld be long since have confessed bis and she turned ber beamng si ghtlv shaded in Us full upon adding Ah I shudder now at the na it naes before Upon whit a dreadful abyes I without a friendly or a helping hand but now tbe clouds break and I stand free nnd happy in the clear sunlight of and tbe little band which rested upon bis arm tbrilled Oh1 happy picture allconfiding beautiful dost thou appear m this weary wilderness of existence What a palmshaded isle in the eversurging sea of life The rose of tbe star of the the Beauty and art oh siblo Siirit of Love Simon parted from Mary at tbe Uoor of her fathers She looked anxiously af ter teara were welling up to her and rolled silently down her cheeks and ell in her She looked at one as she moved like a weird spirit along starlit looke i up to that tind nd and ehe tides of her young toitho inysteriougjspell of Shestole noiseless yjnto the and unobserved to ier Closing the after ehe ull soul in a deep and beautiful to 2iia co whom no cry is made in Ob God she Thou searcher of all me iinrmy onely Orphaned in turn to nnd myself upon Thy h by the memory of the prayer of who wept alono in tbe I pray that bou wilt remove this and gite me fortitude to in earnestness of not n y but thine be She roso from her and resolved to leekher Upon returniHgto the f ly she was surprised to find it She passed on to her mothers but was met m tbo entry by poor Will who addressed her with much repidation Miss forgive and oh I beg that youll pity my poor old mo and not have herdnven from her as Thompson My poor said do not fear I will take good care that my mother shall not suspect your share in tbis But tell whore have my larents gone The houso seems Idont but they went ont about Mary slipped a halfcrown into the boys and hastened as if to avoid tearing his thanks bnt bis hearty Got pronounced in tbe rich brogue of bis native t fell upon ber ear and hnlied her heart There is a high and lof 7 which to tbe cbo len of pride and satisfaction in the la lor of well doingjJ and as rare as it is swelled Marys warm andnwomanly tLat Slowed t with affection for all wild and randenng children ofi By all the poor Irish damesior many miles around she was loved and chenebtdas And what perhaps tave to her sympathy keener was Jio that Kenton on his of Irish that inmiiitakablu hearteloquence and poetio leauty of so peculiar to the InshJ proclaimedSuoon beyondqoestion that r as ui rMaryjtired of mothers te Bought her no for but Maymoon was floosling the with ier silver and the holy stars like eoget watchers from tb far blue steeps of who poet to the scenrwitfrsl poets Themoon was some thing more to ber than s lampof tbe nigh She marveled an influences eo and W o sirrahdvice could tempt the souls of Poorfinnocent in thine unsuspecting and gnileles tbon art little suited to the dark an serpentmarked whicb7 with bruiset and tbon art destined t travel Hours wore when Mary heard the ol clock with its lond tbe boor o She she knew not why a shndler passed and agai a cTond passed over tbe won brow of tb A rich im mediately under the whispered Ma She and tbo scarlet glow tha luffused her cheek and brow proclaimed hi Ah1 is it Simon and in with a light be passed throng the and she was clasped to his bo For a moment they were lost to every thing save tbe consciousness of each other1 At length Simon asked if she bad spoken to her He seemed very much snr prised when she told him her mother bai gone and bad not returned when sh sought ber room bnt she reassured him tba would not consent to the npproacbin I know not bnt I do strangely dread the result o Bitter an Fearful forbodings gather darkly at my heart and I cannot expel You do not fear me Simon She esfc ed with a look of tender i fear that yon may b over persuaded She did not allow him to finish tbe sen but throwing back her Sowing mic night she drew him to the window i the full and with pas sibnate earnestness I Ts be witching time of night arid now as with bared temples and i straining ape on the faroff heights of heayenj here with deep silence all around I solemn ell you that I am rail upon the listening stars and tbe view ess spirits of tbe air to record my As the beautiful girl pronounced tbis higl and heroic voWj with her large blackeye cds and her rich raven hair thrown in careless grtice from her and the with itsmelbwing sheding a soft glory over her form ind she seemed to Simon Kenton th realization of the ancient Shi lid not turn to but her eyes fixet ipon tbe as if expecting to read an luswering to trace therecordof hei vow upon that star writ Kenton passed bis arm aronnd her waist ind pressed bis lips to her was lold as Ho drew her gently from the The night dew is heavy npon your curls your brow is Come your beautiful vow has been and were as guilty as Mokanna I feel tba would be bound tome as irrevocably as bound to that fiend after ber aw ul oath in tbe pledged in n bowl of burning and echoed by tbe blue lips of the Our vows will be kept in spue of all the panera of earthly or unearthly darkness let us nevermore binfc or epeafe of lie smiled fondly upon but she ari wered not bis smile or endearing bpt at like one in a wild and ston This and frightened He besought cr to speak to to explain what it was lat hod so overcome she with wildness in her opks and when I repeated that ow heard you nothing save thcfaint echo of our voices gentle but why ask ou tbn I I I am sure I heard a Tango as though it crept from tbe arches of tbo answer never nnd she uried her face in her Her lover soothed her with words of fond and when be parted from ber le wa romnarativelv Tbe night was fur advanced ere Marv night that rat wbicb ber tired franc so A wild and startling dreams laturbed her and when she rose the bright like a ball of was ringing in tho and her heirt bent quick rid The fnmilv were not astir when le tapped gently at her mother1 chamber oor Hearing no ahe paused far a as if to rally her when she enrd her fathers voice bid her Gird ng herself up with she opened IB door and etoud IE the presence of ber Tbey bad not risen nnd as she ont over their pillow ind Kissed eicb of hem her father looked into her love y and paid her some pretty dding WillTeachvnD bsve n lovely wife to Ihope I will not be the ary stammered for her coarige had egan to fill AnT why tilk this way ber other for her suspicion was aroused It is oo lata now to Never to to secure my hap mess and redeem myself from a hated Mary opolo in a determined as if forbidding contradiction you are her father And if I theao forced uptialsbave made me God knows 1 ould a thousand times rather wear the litced acket of tho than tba satin robe nd orange wreath that shall proclaim me the William Pretty talk for my her ather as bo stirted from tbe bed you have solemnly pledged yourself imarry him on this night that was in a moment keen hat feeling has impulse of my nature les out against tbe Then nothing bnt disgrace can be tbe and I repent me of the day that I we birth to such a her mother ith a tone of the Her seeing Marys as you ill 1 bad rather died than lived to witness is I am tbongb world nows it and I Jiad fancieid when yon shonldjlie kqow g tbatTmy provided for MM would have a comfortable home Isimoo Kentonj never lei mo see andjer grew a deept TS r a may call it prejadioe jfnox bntI shall your happiness Intohisr ment that makes you Kentoni wifewjH deprive yon of a father bat if him totheparents who you during the hours of helpless infamiyyil will bnt prove the old stoiythat there such thing as true natnrntifiectionj shall rejoice m that PveWt one cbi d to play tie Jf r Not my father bnt Tm IP wo and have to wildjlwreet impulse of my to andjjf that impulse be a 1 not answepUl3 for But shallnevetagain com plain ofjny v Trigs of my heart against yonr Here is my place it jf youEWill m and I wtU in all my o and as Ota poor it i grow cold and young have the aweetbudstjand blounu of ara dead let J most be allowed w write thafl ckimaamy my write to this oniB nnd have done You bavoproveoT yourself a tree and noble girl by submitting to my views m this and believe me you will be the happier by You will SsA your husband a who will a low you every No more of my father waif antjl tbe chain is and tben expect submission from the Slavs V She turned away and sought her Therein an ntter abandonment of she flung herself npon the floor and wept in keen Bnt grief wDl not break thobeirtj it sorely bmises ami wonndsand wears the bnt the not Death wonld have beenjiailed by aa ransoming strong effort she dried hr tears and checked tbe stifling and prepared to writeSimona cold letter bnt when onctsheallowed ber feelings vent in abe mold not check the torrent of passionate emotion that up from the Tbe deepToun tain of hersonlseemed andall its rich and hidden wealth rushed coined tjelf into that with its deep and womanly must not be read by It is sacred to the Over the sanctity of veil of silence and secrecy After Mary ana directed the ehe gave it to the little Irish and bade him deliver it safely into tbn hands Poor girl she felt that her tasttie co happiness was forever dissolved and she turned from that danzcrons dream oflove with and Witbxthat high and heroic courage tbat proajptctLtho murtviB of old to gird on the armorJdCsuf and walk nntinchingy to the lljiry strengthened an ifortified orayer to walk with submission jrificial altari whero her liberties andjoys were to be Womans sacrifice npon lifes altar moat ever be and poor Mary bat swelled the monro ul litany of heart jWheri she they were alarmed at tbe fearful change in her nppear She was and and watcbed tbe preparations fortbe nigbt3fes ivities with a vacant and from tho scenes ied her worn lived overiathonght he joys and pleasures of the posti Sha watched with anxiety tho rapid irpgress of the and liko a huge lall of be glowed upon the verge of tba Western her heart sank and died within her desolate The messenger brought ho word from Xen and Mary conjectured that he felt con tempt for her seeming vacil ation and with tat unerring fondness of her she re oiced to believe that in imputation of her troth wonld be a solace to She grieved ot so much for herself as for aad to ave spared him a siogle she would ladly have welcomed tbe rock and th Sbe wns calm andsrexmngly emotionless whilst they arrayed her for the Very ovelv looked that young brow beneath the uddmg of the hearts eep wrinkles were yet written upon its pure vnry Her dark eyes seemed laded with a sadness which lent an addi ional charm to their wild and dreamy bc dress of neb for laces were not ion in fell heavy folds around or yielding When the toilerte was tbe bridemaids declared she ras tho loveliest bndo they ever beheld To ieir gracious poor Miry returned yet lovely hour of enrt execution drew Marys courage egan to quail She looked out npon the moonit ind n tremorcrept over n dim foreshadowing of an presaging no fastened its dark nftuencc npon her As she looked ont pan tho and watched carriage after carriage as tbey roiled up the swarded ave not tbe not the wild wretobed bnt tbe loneliness of heart told her that ope within ber Bosom now was jWhen the bridegroom came ahc drew ber up to her full hesitated but and without a placed er hand within that of her future attired in tbe most elegant e pproacbed her with the ready Flcting not to observe the deeppallor of her Amid tbe bright faces and gay smiles o stood like lifeless sta The crimson flashed not ber or and ber impassioned eye seemed to huve lost ita ild and she moved amtd ie sharing not in their wiles and de The ceremony was wbo bndblessed nd tba same band that poured tbe regenet ting water upon her infant ame voice tliat welcomed her into the fold tho now united ber in tho bond an unloving Sbe made nores and her cold eyes wandered not im the ministers faca daring the that brief yefdark Why was it that the ministers voice violently when bebade God j Why did tha tear glisten eye be lAedraway tbe curls and rlish j Vas that by aoma dim i read bgr dA inanimate Xacep beautiful even tell mera plainly than words sad hearts u r Teach was in and bompson moved amid ifles and Teach was in iuiated canversation witb 4 mth i bused his e disguised whom ha insolently   

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