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Olney Times (Newspaper) - May 20, 1859, Olney, Illinois ffLLIAM M. BECK, 'Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty." PUBLISH I lit PROP RIB 46 OLNEY, ILLINOIS, WHOLE' NO. "15 0 TIMES IS PUBLISHED i.VERY FRIDAY MORNING, BY- WILLIAM M. BECK, EDITOR A s D PROPRIETOR. AVKXVK, SBAil il E. CnURCH. Olney, T K K M n In (K'Yanro, In ruc.al.ha, rj9- Clubs i'E fii, in ndvance, 1 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING, 'qunre, 15 01 one inscr. 1 50 K.n-'n insertion, OLNEY LODGE, NO. HO, F. A. MASON'S, hold thoir regular coinn-u-j iiii-ntiuH on Saturday evening, on erbe lull muim in every month. W. M. BECK, W. M. i y. V.'IIITSEY, Secretary, j Good Samariton D ivision, gK-No. 426, Sons of Temperance, i at the Hall, in Olney, 'every Tuesday evening. ELMOKE R. RllXi LEY, W. P. Cruni.F.s IV. DECK, R. S. LODGE, JTo. 2 IS. f. 0. G. T. meets every Wednesdny ijfitt Tonipsraace Hull. Members in .iO Vood staudimr :tre invited to attend. W. H.CAIX. W.C. T. K mmitfts, iliree" us column twelve inunthi, three months, "5 00 3 Oil j 60 DO 40 00 j sn od JAMKS Bia'K, W. S. Hddley Loige. 0. 0. 0. 1-'. ineots on Thursday cven- A liV'i-al ilisounnl will be made to lib- 1 For advertising wires, first insertion C. P. CAHTEU. Scc'y. t insertion, SI CARDS, v.'tx'k. PHILO BELL, S. G. EICHLAHD LODGE, NO, ISO I. 0. 0. F., hold their regular j THE TOICK OF TIME; OR The Four Piles of Gold Kings for Brides. It was with mingled feelings thct Marion Elsmere retired to her room the night before herwedjing, A light cloud of self rest- ed on her mind; a cloud so light that she scarcely knew whence it rose, or would have been aware of its presence, but for the shadow it cast over her spirits. Her sister's, smile, as she bade her good night, hud been all 'should there be less joy in the heart of the bride of Arthsrton? With her long fair hair oeer her ers, and her eyes shaded by her hand, Marion sat in her own arm ing countenance, bat her soft ejes were fixed upon her- companion, whose every look expresssd the most ardent love. He kissed the white trembling baud ?jpon which he plac-- ed the rips., and Marion watched William in. Beck, Tr- ntfrav Trr-rvnT- i esn mnko it cunvcuienl ATTORXKV AT LAW, OTA BY, ILLINOIS. to tho colUctionof Debts, payingof J. meetings at the Lodge ovt-r Dr. Stor on Main Street, every Monday evening. A genevu.1 attendance of all the members who in make it convenient to Jo sn, is eniT.c'stly. "J. KITCilELL.X. 0. Ac- Horace Wayward, AND AT LAW Vies M.-.in street, one door eastOlnoy lluuse 15. KIN6SBURY, Sen'r 1. OLNEY. IL jj R 1 G II A M PROPRIETORS. Ownier of Vim! nnd gfrc-nd ST. J.OflS IT! ceuts r R. S. HCK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, JUSTICE OFTI IE PEACE, U.'TOJf COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 3105ISE P. SHAW Shop on house Olnry -Wil? i. ii-i-ifirinii'W, and do aU w.-rk ii1 ftxroii-h, and .-.iinranU-o all -rk to be in tt. BAVWAKD. RtlWAHn HAYWAED f-Mtite Agency, RIGHTED CO., ILL >V 1U-altfluJ J" ivi'iiinfi IX-erts, :iofti.'agns. AJ..AO. I'ruinpt n rorjieo'.Ki H-ilh rta! csiule. OJie V 1-1 aide the ivibiio .March ly. ONION "HOUSE Slrcct. OJncy, r-pUKanJoi-sijrneJ ivtltt. nivl i au'Iitiom inliic above ;ir..i with imw :-.l 1.1 Uc Pablic, tllit lie i' Ga.-.-JS in a in. No i'rviiii iv'rtl be s.parfJ to mae chair, and gave herself up to thought. 'To.-morrow! day hoped for, and yet half dreaded. I am at last in- deed upon the eve of that great change which must alter the whole current of my life! Whnt new du- ties! what responsibilities! But he ever will be near to guide to encoun- j age. to make the path of duty de- lightful to me. I shall lean on -rhim arrl trust him. I am indeed l'1J Inost blest TComan in his love. May always I would not change my lot, no, not bo empress of the world. And heaved a deep sigh, alone as she was, with the still night around her; the color rose to I her checks, as if in indignation at yet I am not worthy to be bis wife! He, whose spirit is so pure, so lofty, so far above ihe world and a'l its could ti- tie or riches, or anything laisc him? I I'm beside h.m. how deeply 1 ('eel this; I soem to breathe n pur- er atmr.jphere, to see things as they arc, but M hen I am suround- ed by I know how it is their is an influence which almost insensi- move me. I folly firjj vanity. yet I cnnnot dcspice them as I ought to do. Oh' how weak I am, how worldly, how unworthy of him! Alaron sank on her chair, and her laches wrrc wee with tears. the pair. slowly retired to a I TOSEI'JI T.ITZDLMAN. IVopvie'or. The trnv- uler will liml .-.t HIMI.-J every utteuiion I calculated to uuil'.e him c'Hnl'ortublc. At' Ul.NKY, .ILLINOIS; nJleiition to biuinw i'.'. tllPV t xerciff an powcr-tniles Me-toi tlu ii i know them to be lo that j U L C I M E K S K'illbe sufi'lU'J with the the U amply !.T for and i arts of the State, and for nearly he whole year by Rev. J. Mosser Southern Illinois; who have been in he. employ of the Parent Society. He has also been assisted by a no- ble band of County agents, .who have labored faithfully and success" fully, and to who is to be attrib- uted in a great measure the results enumerated." Nor would he forget to acknowledge the blessing of God upon the labcrs of agents and those The number of volumes circulated I who have co-operated .with them in ant, the pallnce bear the marks prints of Time! of tha monarch, of.the deep foot Ard mine is the touchstone that tries the gold, it is my hand that draws back the veil of truth: I touch the douhbles of Felly, and they Lreak they leave but a tear behind.' Marion watched, as with stelthy but rapid Time approached Althena and her husband. Now lines appear on the smooth brow; the glossy ringlets were steaked with gray, the form had lost all its grace, er how cold And the ardent lov was his TO HE UX T" i i" n 11 T L citizens of oiney tint he has-iHteii up the 'They have been framed by difer- ent said he, 'I carrythe 1 om one 'HOME, I systematically and promptly executed. [16 WASHINGTON HOTEL, BY C HEDDERICH, Corner Third and Main Streets, all Colors kept mixed j OPPSSITI THE ccuirr HOUSE, j Three Sqaares from tbe Eiver asd ip whir ofSoe of .Ilia "Weekly from tU'e Kailroad Depot, -KSJ [6 I 8 BVISSVILLEIND. 0HBR THMR CERVICES to tho tmfttttt loliclt a share of its put- W. N. GRAY, aid Commission OB aa COMM tr BROADWAY HOTEL, Cincinnati, 0., CAPT. JOSEPH CROMWELL, PROPIETOR "Breakfast at 5 A. AI. for pas- oa AXB SOHTH- S1BKET8, OLNEY, ILL. genders by morning trains._____ kindt for sale tot weoustry, AMEBICAri HOTEL. .ans, Ac. ;VTNCENNES INDIANA, for when Gro-j :w "awill not suit. WM. N. GRAY. [561y.] JOHN CLARK, Proprietor. while passionate lovers choose frop this, who would barter life flower or a smile! Flatterers arti the flattered draw from that pile Folly gives and vanity receives. Poets string their fancy on ring; like these, laid them at the feet oi romaritic'loving damsels, who looM upon .life as a drama, of which they' themselves are the heroines. Stand must have a ring from that pile.' Then Marion beheld .advancing toward7 them a youthful couple, ra- dient with happiness and love. The m'aiden was surpassing fair, her wliito veil half concealed her Wus'n- changed from the bridegroom was the laid his hand on the ring which Btill glittered on the ringer of Althea; at once the circlet lost all its brightness, the gilding vanished; nanght remained but the dull worthless- mettle be- neath; the ring had never been gold. Haughty Julia! arnid thy wealth and state, Time is also creeping on thee. Bars of gold will not blot him tramples earth's treas- ures beneath his feit'. He touches thp worldling's hand, and the dull, heavy fall of iron is heard. Man may see; naught 'but the loop'of gold, but the'wearer feels the gal- ling chain. Hopeless and must she drag its siennas chosen her fate ancL she.must; pear it, her ring has never faf en .With mournful interest Marion %iad watched the wedded pair, who lad sacrifices duty to love. There terelooks- of suspicion, the vfords of reproajh. as the of the'path, but or woman have been A morbid irtagination, a sickly sentimentality is not, I admit, in- compatable with the sedentary hab- its of professional life. But for stern independence, strength of judgment, and a henlthy imagina- tion give me the man whose body and mind taken each its appropriate share of exercise and repose. This theory, sustained alike by experience and law, is full of comfort to the son of toil. IF love of knowledge urges you to seek an other avocation', know, that to those who understand its 'princi- ples, Agriculture is a "learned to those whoknew'how to appreciate it an honorable and dignified one. Tho farm is indeed a chemical Laboratory, where you may, if you will, record the results of your ex- perience. Another, inducement, not'the the.moral influence, not of the farm only, but of labor in general. Industry, whether on the farm or in the is ii hedge about the heart to protect it from the inroads of temptation, Have you reflected sufficiently on your intended course? Do you know what enjoyment you ars' casting away? Look around you. Taste the health-inspiring see the fields of growing grain waving'in the sunlight of the groves. the fruits, the flowers, 'reading eter- nally tbe lessons of the .goodness .and providence of God. He is lost infamous had it occurred in his time? Shall hear remonstrances against the expressed wish that our national domain may be preserved from the tread of the slave? Shall we ex- punge whrtever relates to the im- provement of rivers and harbors, the care of commerce, the protection of industry, and economy in expendi- ture We ask the question, and out of respect for that Whig ele.nent in our politics which yet stands aloof from the Republican movement, an- swer it, NAY! What then, if free- dom is to be preferred to'slavery as a national heritage, if the rights of the South under the Constitution are so religiously respected and observed, prevents an union of all the Opposi- tion on that Republican Platform as. it is? What but prejudice which is founded, fear that is without cause, and obstinacy without excuse? The contest for which tbe union is desired is not one for the advancement of this man or that; is no', one in which the pride of name should have weight. It is a struggle lor the supre- macy of correct principles in the gov- ernment, by the operation of which the country may be brought back to its former mooring3, and peace be- tween its warring sections restored and it seems to us that no man can stand aloof, or by his worse than useless action give the sham Democ- racy another, and perhaps a longer lease of power. Convince us that the Republican party holds doctrines that, embodied in measures, would be unjust or oppressive to any portion of our common .country, or that it proposes -to nominate on elect men who'would-.not tbe constitu- tional guaranty's insisted upon by ihe Slavs States, and we are ready for any. modification of its creed by which such manifest errors can be correct- ed. But until we discover that we are wrong, that the platform can be tinkexed cutting from it all tbat-is conservative.and valuable, thai .laboring with and for .men, seeking the dissolution ofrliie. Uniqp, we must insist that the "essential of mat- ter by name ..be. preserved in whatever combination it is effected. :We and would willingly accept nothing during, the past year does not vary far from many of which have gone into the hands of those who before were unsupplicd. The cost of these volumes was about The amount remitted to the American Bible Society from this State during the year has been about of which was to apply on account for Books purchased, and the remain, ing was paid over as a free donation to aid in supplying other places. In aldition to cash actually col- lected we have recieved more than the usual amount of large subscrip- tions, in Burns of from to and donations of valuable property which will increase tho income in future vears. The "'Children's Bible Fund' has continued to rccieve attention, and in addition- to the money raised thereby habits of beniiicence have been formed in the young which will result in benefactions herafter. A considerable number of .the branch societies have arranged to hold quarteriy meetings during the ensuing keeping alive, an interest in the Bible Causo and tending to make these societies self-sustaining. One'thoUsand ed with fifteen or twenty denomin- co-operate with us, and the cause is greatly indebted to them for this co-operatiou. About 7000 copies ot the 'Bible Socie y Record" are sent monthly tf this State, by which readers are kept posted np with gard to the progress of the Bible Cause. In addition to this not far from ti.acts or pamphlets in tion to the Bible, the Bible Cause or Benevolence, in as many families or within the reach of readers: For while we do not feel at liberty to circulate miscellaneous tracts and especially not sectarian ones., those calculated to promote our work may be circulated with as much propriety as'Annual Reports' or 'Bible Society ially if done without cost totho-Bi< prompting the. Bible ,jto imp'lore, the. continuance of during the veaf to come. AMASAEOW' Gen. Agent 'ft. Bi. S.'forlll.' COAXING BACK THE REBELS --The Harrisburg Patriot most cohdccend- ingly assures the all stripes, that it never made ton" a test of arthodoxy, and good- naturedly in'.irnates'that if the stray lambs will return to the fold, it will behave to them ns kindly as the 3ft- tressed parents .of Caleb Scrimhiage proposed to do if he would come home to "Seven and them "to sugar their own lea and butter their own toast on both sides'." ble Society. Tho Editors of the 200 or more Newspapers in the State are ally ready to publish information, notices, in relation1'to the Causey and subserve: its interests greatly; by so doing. have endeavored to pay iii- .creased -attention during the past our .searching, put and supplying t'he the perusal of tlie Scriptures, and a their precepts. We hay e felt that: if less could be done NATIONALITY or The Columbus (Georgia) Times of the 6th draws the following low pic- ture of Democracy: "The Demo- cratic party is now ihe only organ- ization which enjoys the proud dis- tinctiou of being a nation party, and whose flag bears the emblem of the Republic in an unbroken galaxy cf stars." The Charleston Mercury of the day before, thus expressed on the same Democratic party .exist only in the South., It is no'longer a national! parly." A neighbor of mine was, fairly or otherwise, accused of slewing sheep, and a day was set when he was 10 aaswer the charge before a court of justice. But as it happened before the day of trial, he sickened and died. His old mother was over- whelmed with grief, and sat long by the corpse, filling: the house with wailing and lamentation..; At last a thought seemed to strike her. she brightened up, and, throwing up her hands, she piously Well thank God he's oul of the'sheep scrape, the farmers Club of West Cornwall, Connecticut, one of the members obsenred that no talking should be allowed while milking was going on. Another said that.he had discharged a man because he would talk and interrupt the nrlfiirig in his dairy, and that m three days the increase of mijlcwas equal to the man's wages. indeed who is pot moved by the.di'1 vine: influence. T kn.iw lknow less. -Kow, if tlie old Whigs of IRitiqis arp arr 'tboqp who i are earnest m their de- those who see not" the lessons j of-infinity.' are those, who, in spite' lesson' -ef' divinity, l _ t from the hand; __ grossly. j.and, 'abusfd, the re is. BO on accowij o.f the hard the way of raising funds, our work was no less it shor'd not if nothing rpoire thatiio teeprihe.State supplied. g: all thati; has, bright eyed girls to-day who works worsted and dances divinely, does npt kneiy that a nnoss rose is a ftrst cousin to a French tulip, and the .mangelwurzel a poor relation in fhe 'poppy .family. Flowers are not trifles as 'one-might know, it he would only think how much pains God has taken wilh them everywhere one unfinished riot one bearing tb.3 marks of brash or pencil. Fringing the eternal bor- ders of winters; Jracing the pulseless brea'st of the gray granite everywhere are; hn- r manizing. Murderers; do not ordi- narily wear roses in their button- holes. Villains se.ldom train vines over collage doors. Bay aril Taylor. tree ..and flower -and 'But at mammons lustfnl m.. profcs- sldns'and their delicatij'self-respef.t. Whui do ihey 7Vr'''. -tbe The papers say ina away, and .lhal'jhe prangfr.crpp .of has. 'bees .very ssa'soo, thbusaBds' of. tlie number of JBibjes the aox-'j -A chap was a--kcd Itindicf forsereral yeatl! j" gal he preferredTpr ;a 'bracing t.r.o7dlJrO' Statrs, families era- uiav Qne that was. not a nrodi-o -f'-j'i'i a Iru-gaj ana a sin'
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