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Elyria Courier (Newspaper) - July 27, 1852, Elyria, Ohio pnWfelifiFtlTefy Tuesday Morning ter the SI 50 2 01) 2 50 for Hiree mid twWt- JHTvcwitaJtu eiu.li suuseuuuut IUSQI ticm less tliuii. tlaeu One Sojum. three 'One Square sir mftitllsjl One Square tuelve months One-fourth column ono 3 ear. Svhole column one jcaTj .S ...14 00 00 30 00 HJ uauuy OEfSiVNO COtrKSELLOUS AT LAW nnd BoluatftrsinClmucory Also, GeucrolJ-intl Agents Olhce in s 13kKk, mnv J J 's "ADO JOII3J M. VIXCENT, A TTORSEY AXD AT md8o biuor in Chancery1" in1 tlio Court KI.MTj, Ohio. muylS J A. hunter m CUniiperf, UioDcebe 1IAML1N, ---------------.XT L nnd So- jii the r "v EDWIN KELLET, M. D., PHYS1CI YS AMD SK RC.KON Office tn 0 C at Ilouso, Eljrm, O MTROS H. KEITH. TTOllNElf ATL'AW SOLICITOR IN CIIAX XX CERY.iljTin, O Office opposite the Uccbf Tldiisc Hojlia "GEO. tG. WASIIBITRiSr, 'EDITOR. OFFICE, IN THE OPPOSITE THE BEEBE HOUSE. I VOL. 6. ELYRIA, OHIO; TUESDAY, ,1852. J. WESLEY NQ. 25. AT, TJBM wd a nen and cxtcuuic uwrtiueut of JOB ffffK, tlic latest are propcreS to tad on short notice, all O 8 SHOW BILM, ftmiiK BILT.B, Piwrr.ni, PHOOllA.-UXP.fl, i AUCTIOJ BILLS, Ham bJ lie. v Printed at Una office', nrtfirotijeetltD tloii; so that, itra uBowed to tluar pagea j i i O V, Ax BY MARY i E. L. WAR1VEK, LAW, Eljrui, Oluo bo found 1 RtestagB m me Mine u Itmdly Lhtir isliLs, liojiLSj anil tu xrs. "Wiclitlun lnuglitLr mid tliLii tourb, to Inteiibp, And tliwr sinidi LXIICUCLLLU 1 r.ittle clnUlciD, not ttlono On UIL mile c u tli urc j ou Itnowii, its labors mid its tnrts 'Mid niul it-, cniros Ficc Irom free fitun itnfo, In tluMioild of UIM, imd litu, Whore no sin full thinr Ims trofl, In the present c otoiir Ood Spotless, blnnielcss plonntd, LittJt ckildrcn, >o ubidc I From GleftSOiis Drawing Tloom Compim Drj Goods, fs Shoes, Leather, Punts Stoves, i-C A Title ofthc EtiTh llistol-i ol Sp BY .MISS S 31 E CHAPTER I IN a richlj-fiuuishcdapaimont of his loy- sat the king of claik cloud icstmg upon his haugbtj biaw Tho monaicb's thoughts -woio cMclentl) of an unpleascnt charnctoi, for Ins palo lips wcic tiglitlj compiossocl, and aud anon, an oath 01 angij void escaped them, botiaj- uig the evil spiiit that burned within his bossom IIis malign- ant and lion almost clomon- hko In its cxpiossion and his daik ojo? glittciccl fioicch thiogli tlio oioihangin biows which sliadbd tlicm, hko the wildlj- lolling oibs of a beast ot pioy His onlj attendant was a joung man o not moio than twenty joais oi ago, and whoso dicss and bearing bespoke him to be of royal lineage IIis dark, handsome face and fascinating smilo im pi ess tho casual obsoi VM but th.itimpioss ITlin.Jnr.uinni.hAr imo eemod transfixed to 'cho spot'whore ho itaod. But tie-king-noticed not his ngitiv- :ion, for bis attention was fixed entiialy ipoii Voldima You shall rue thoso words said' Irb, his QJ es flashing fire "They arcfalso.ns'is youi hoaib! You shall bo immured n one of our d.ukost dungeons and if then you will not submit, Pimco AU'omo shall >e king of Spain, and I will disuihoiit you :oiovei HQ, guaids cried, laismghis voice, "airost this woman A file of soldiers ontoied tho iipaitmont ;o poilbim the bidding of the king But wondoi and sin pi iso were visible upon thon :catui cs, as ho pointed to liis daughter, M ho stood noai him, witha pioud smile of coin- age upon bin features "Tho piincess Voldima exclaimed one of tlio soldiers, "you did not bid us aiiest her Obey mo'" thundered tho king, with a gostuio ol impatience take hoi prison- er Without a woid of resistance, knotting that it would bo useless, tho noble buiiondoiod bciself to tho suipnsod guaids, and Busied from the palace. The iojal fat onto gazed cahnlj on tho piocu- edmgs, but spoke not a wind till tho sounds of then ictioatmg footsteps died .may in tho distance-, and the king had once moio icsumod his soat :ho spot Wlnther to timi licr stops, she scarcely know slio duieil n6t i otui n to the jalacc, and though a Jojal piincoss, sbo 'olt it to lie truo that an osrapod n isonnr A light iooMop bolijnd her In oko ioi' revoiio, sbo tuinfcil-to aacoitxn who was following But hoi vcliock palod quiukly, ami sbo utluiod a ciy oi buipuso, (or tlioiu beloio boi, with a biuilo ot cnnsu- iQvis powoi bis countonanuu, stood hoi hoadod cousin, Punco AUcrnc, t'n, royal fitvontc For several moment'; both ivoio CITAlJTKRIt THE polJon sun bail ivgam gilded tlio httoung towuis of tho Spftnisb nioti opolis. nd gavo piomiso of a tlay. Its chooiing isvjs foil tlucmgli tlic bairoil dun- geon w indow upon tlio fail head of the boautilul joung piiboncr, tho Piin- c-oss Volilima Sho hncl fillcn mtu an uu- oasy slumboi. arvcl hocrlod not tho bright beams that fall upon hor countnnanco, foi punccss stood tiaiiRfitoil lo Llio spot rosbo had fust behold Pi nice AUorno, lici rouutunanco palo at maiblo, and ox- pi ossive ot suipiiKO and fear Tho pimco upon tho tistouished with a smilo oi coiiBcion1! upon his hand- SOUIQ lips, and Ins diiik o mot onco moio, fair at lungtli spoke tbe loyal favoi ito, "and when little tliouglit ol such a mooting I confess it, Pinico answorod "Vulclima, fixing duk upon tlio iM.nrl Hm l lln Ko. held the nvjsked that; morning loscucJ tho pruws-f-i bm tho dun- geon. Voldjma 'hiinris- 'and bpiaug forward. "Who art tho piinco, witliavavn attempt at, tlrough his tongue was neatly pinalyzod with fear The stiangor doiguod no mply, but still giuspod tlio arm that would have mmdoi- od thu lightlul hunoss of tho Spanish throno Who ai t thou, that dai os speak thus tn the king's favoi pi en duiu-oiing to shake pff tho tear that Ind taken possession of his house The sti ci laibod tho mask fiom his face, ab ho loosened his giasp of the piinco's aim Suddenly, tho countenance of PHIKO Al- voine became livid tvitli ioai and hm ror bo spicing and -wililly on the stiaugei's face, lovcalod by tho romov.- al of the mask, thon muttoi ing tho de id 11 ison to foil mo loll insensible to the Hmr sho hud been cast into ono of the'dark- est dungeons'ot'-the'Cifcy, by oTdef of the king, and the hiwl bocome afous- pd and in'censid'at'tills act ol; indignity to thoii'futuio queenj'aiul there was scarce a man but burned to icvengo it No one know whither she had gone; and the uucer- of hoi fate added fuel to the flame al- leady kindled The last iajs of tho setting sun gleamed in ut the diaperied window, wTipic sat the king of Spain, his mind cntiiel} absoibid ijby tho tho'ts that were passing wilhTn his i bosom His brow -was" clouded with a face nf lioi cnusin ''hut was it not jour to sui pi isa mo, nnd diag mo boforo tliu king I kuuw nnt that jou had fcviv pi incosa, until I saw you o tlio boat but a fow niomonts SUKO This has suipiiscd me, ifpoasiblo, as much as it lias "And now that T am onco moio in jour pov or do yon intend lo bihiz mo attain bo- loio mv i oj'al fathoi askoil the iTinccss, with n, sliabt tounli of ironv in hoi tono Fan Princess said Hio ]ii inco snikinc; erarofully on one kin'O bofoio her and asHinninc; an attitude of tlio doopcst devotion, "I tako no ,uh mUgo ot my powoi, but to doclaro laain my bumin iwodhis last account, an _i...-A" thoir ldima la V iV 'HiliVirfft 9T} now yourqueen! _ opened, tho balcony. speaker. was the princess; but ahe'now wore the splendid robe of a Spanish queen) and upou licrjTeg.il brow glitteied tbo royal diadem of Spaiii_ Tho ijoxt instant a shout went up from the .issemblcd .jiinltjtude: that echoed iliu i'ar-off hills: hoi thoughts cro f u aw A> in tho land of I Passio" ibl Llul v> T flirts rnluMi 11 id mn lllul T dioams I Sho w as suddenly ai ousod by1 tlio sound nf the iomoi.il of tho bolts and bais of Hie door, and cio Siho had time to spimg to hoi feet, a man closely mufllod in ,i cloak, aud masked, entered tho dimcoon The piin- i ess gated it tho fiirmo in sui prise He apynoachod hoi, and bending his ispcrcd hastily "Lady, I have come to sat c tlice1 Trust mo, and all sh.ill yet be woll Veldima ondoavoicd ro pcueuato fio d.nk mask that cot ciod the sti iiigc v isitoi's ioatuios, but it was iiitaiii ttas.uout to speak, ho prevented her by tthispeiing Speak not above jour bioath, lady Follon mo qmcklj, ifvou would sato >nui tboo Thon lust scornprl mo, nud iffuscd to mc L c not fm cc tiny, to one of distrust iciU. Tbcio something m tho sparkling ejos, as be turned them full upon tho king, that be- trayed a decoitful liuiiit, and beneath tlmt H C. STARBj-J T W I T. "L- NUJJON PARSONS tO., TIOOKSELLERS Beebe 'Block, F'rn.1, O keep constantly on luind n nisortmcut SthoolnntLMjseoiLTJieoitB Books EientJl Usli nnil American Cnp aud Letter PiipLia, 1'ciis, Ink, Pen Knvclopes, Ac- l _ E. G. BtVYSTOlV. A TTOKNEY JiT nndSobcatoriu.ChBnccrj Elv- O Office, in the Court House ._______jn2tf FULLER, "nvT ATERS in American and Jorci0niDrr Goods CIrn Hardwuref Boots nnd Sliocs, Kcadvnuide CIo- Unnj, Lcnther, Iron, ubr-Glnss, SS ,WM..B. IKGERSOLL, DENTIST, autl ManufiiLtiuc r of MinCrnl TLcth r Office, 3 floors south Beobc Hituw Jnittf i- GUXSfflTDING! PACKARDthius taken-the T CPJITIC'S tin shop, ,ul tlie biizn of tlm hei c Jie is other urticltsin hin line lo order OJd GuDsrqpaircdou reaFOimbli; r Those Trishmg nny done, arc incited to cult and ex rune's uf hisvork________may IB WM, P. HAMILTOiV; TOINER .VXD BCLLDER, lias opcurfl a shop on the J soutli sulo of Main St lietWLLii tlic mill W nali- ington HoUBefl 'Worlc'aonf in any desired stjlc, and w arnoitpd to St JTerms cisj Patrern Making, and all oltier bis line, attcnilcd to on sliort notice JulvSO, _______n2l-1m J. W, BULLOCK, JTTKDR of Gilbert's Imp Shop on AT cnuc, Elyria, Ohio of Gilbert's IniprOTOil Fann i MiU, HARNESS SHOP THE subscriber i _____________ the LitiTcns of T. i County thnt lie keeps constimtlj on Land an mentof HARNESSES nfirte.in tjiebcat shle, nnd of first rntc material, tvill sell Llieup for caili, or good I do n ell to cnU at WATERS VN HOUSE pnper All who jiwy wish i liis shop, one She told me I could never sit upon the throno of Spain by hei sho would never tted one so steeped in infamy and ciimo as she be- lieved me to she knew me to bo false to my king and countiy, and biand- ed me as a muiderer 1" "Did the Piincess "Veldima speak thus to "Sho did, your majesty ou .110 iightful hon ol tho thiono Yourlichci his suoin tli ir I shall be king nt bp.un, et en it I i o- ronc not tho ciown horn hand But this is imposihlc, foi tho tihnlo kingdom will i iso me, ttlicn I the throne, and (Km then i phtful sotciign, tho Piincoss Veldima Tho B oalh must bo fulfilled. Beinjluidij socct prin- cess, and all it ill j-ct bo tt oil Thj lathoi will aj-ain theo to h s panion, by thoso might have TV 1 Jell in all st and ANTED TO 1 i .VMtinKS, fchtmost B nttintion -di. l.mt difflcuHT' own super so us ro be thou i i i thou monaich, "dost hast spoken i "I do, ansivered the proud spir- ited daughter.' But thioo days have pass-1 ed since I saw liim diive his dagger through fellow-creature, 'when he thought no eye, save that'of the All-seeing One. -witnessed the deed him. At lenth the boat stopcd in a small milrequciited covn far down tho the masked guide, tuining to the losuurod lady, said: You are froo, fail Princess Voldima, and need no longer appLohonTl Jangei from tho king, or the Prmce Alveino Sho raised her eyes with a look of joy and gratitude, aud a sweet smile wieathod hei cuivodlips I cannofi think you sufficientlj', noble sho said, taking from hor finger ia diamond ring of great value, aud extend- ing it tott ards her icscuer "Take, she continued, "js a sliofhi pi oof of mj gra'tiudo foi this'noblo action Tho strarigoi' placed tho ling 111 his bos- om, and coftei a few more ords, again moled swiftly dot-in the nvcr, leaving the princess standing alone upon tho bank Sho watched the receding boat for few nio- liapp ness will bo thon jet bo of Spain "Iscoin thco cuodtho pun- dialing hci pioud foi in to utmost height, while hoi dark cj'es Hashed with .111 angi) fiio ''Istorn thco ind thy am- bition1 I know th it thou immUiod thy foUow-man I know that thou hast peijurcd thyself to tho king1 I know the iniquity of thj hoait' Tluuk you I tumid givo mj hanif anil tliiouo to o IP so od in guilt and cnmc Aj, un, I pcoin thoc Tho Punco Ah oi no spinng to his feet and fixedly in tlio flashing of thcnoblo j inco Void ma met his v ith A look of such pi oud, Uvi scoin. that his ojo fell befoi o it Tho ncvt instant ho spiauc, to hoi side, and diau a nlittoimgdagnoi fiom his bossom, point- ed ic to tho hoait ot tho noblo piincoss "Pimcoss Veldima1" cued the favoi ito, his eyes flashing, fie, "swear to mo that you will place upon my head the ciovvn of Spam, or yoai death shall ho ad- ded to tho murders that aheady hang up- on mv soul "AVould you hui v j-oui iliggor in flic hcai t of ynui i mbtful sot ci cign foailcss- lj' askoJ tlio ]7imeoss "Iwouldburj it in the hoait of etoij sovcicign in Europe, if by the act I could but possess their thionos'" macllv cuod tho pimco, moving the daggoi noaici to the heai t of tho pi mcess Sho shnddeiod at his words and minnoi yet hoi self-possession rlul not dosoi t hoi at this most fearful moment of hoi life She felt the need of calmness and com age for she know the pnnce laiely spoko in vain Sivoai to mo that I shall yet bo a kino-1 cried tho pimco, fiercely, "I but a shoit time to decide jour com Jne my bride and quaen of Spain, or die noti by my own hand The piincess i.iised her ej'os to heaven, for an instant, in piaj er Then fixing them upon the passion-stamped countenance of the prince, she a, voico of thiilling impressuenoss Thou shalt never giound ClIAPTKU ITI Tnn last rays ol tho setting sun wore just faintly brightening tho hills and bidding fai cwoll to tho bcautilul eai th ui o they loit it in silent daikncss MOMHJJ slots ly up a rugged path that led up the sido ol onu of tho snow-crowned moun- tains of Castilo, tvoro two figures, each wiappod in a daik, ample cloak, and moun- ted upon a much-wearied hoiso As occa- sionally a ray of sunlight blearned upon tho teatmoB ot tho joungostiidei, it showed th it they were woi o thoso of oui fan oung hoioinc, tho royal piinces Voldima and hoi romp.xmon was no othoi thnn tho noble stranger, who had saved her fiom death by tho band ol the lojalfavorite Vm- .ui hour more tho -weaned horbos toiled np tho i mountain path, until tho last dying in.y of tho sotting sun had tailed tiom tho Kn distant hills. At length the guide halted bo lore a luigo unshapely lock, which seemed tog.ird thoentianco to ono of thoso mount mi-caves which aio known only in tho towering moun- tains of Cnstilo "Wo have at Icnpht leached our destin- ation, fair said tho guide, as thoj dismounted and entered the cavern All tvas now daik as the lecioiis of Erebus, and silent as the giavo Piincess Voldima could not lepioss a shuddei, as she listened to the uneiitiily sound of hoi ottn foot- stops, as sho followed her conductor tniough tho dark passage that led to the mam poi tion of die cat 01 n Suddenly the guide stopped, and in ,-i'toice that ranp tinough tho cat o like a claiion, ho shout- ed llo my followois Gite entrance to oui leadei In another moment the sound of bolts and hais wore hoaul heimj removed, and a 'aigo stone dooi nas slowly opened, disclo- sing to the astonishcd eyes of the puncess such a scone as had never befoio hoi vision Though she had been an in- of a place, still sho Lad nevei viewed shadoof caio. for ho already suspected the spii it that w is J ising against him in tho freolj' -ftouldhoh'avcforgivonhisfd'aiigh- ter, if his forgiveness1 could but her back to his palaco halls onco more Iloheodod not tho unusual stirring of the hooded'not their strangp move- ments, and saw not tho dark band of ctad from head to foot in glitteiing steel, tvh'ch. at that moment wound around the base of the mountain'and entered tTiccitj Ho not oven suspected tlio imminent dan- ger that tvns hanging ot er liim, until upon tho evening aii was borne to his cars a thril- ling startliifp: deep-toned cry: "Downwith the tyrant and Lone; live Queen Tho tyiant king Tcnetvtliat cry was his death-knoll but it was too late to think of fhfht The whole city'was in a wild uproar livery man of the excited populace echoed that fcaiful ciy, and giasping bis dealt death and destruction to the soldiers life VeUlima, ti ue queen and7 Boveicign of 'The'process placed her hand" the one whVi stood beside upon his biow IKI ciottn Again "a rihgiiig shout went up from the assembled-people I'-vojOilaud, 'king of Spain !''j: Tliey h.idujjokenjigl'tly. Jc was indeed the daimg feats of bravery had sounded over land .ind sea. TJie prin- ce s had'now her and thronr. and well vtoithybf them--wTi8 hei Tlie i oval favorite bad his lilein thj.confl'ct of" that fearful s and'Dhe feared no his criine-Etuncil hand Thus." 'though life m.u be besot; with foj row. still, inthlh'e end. Iiappini35b will be the portion of tho. and noble. L-'S a SL'OUC of splendor as sho nowgnzed upon Sho stood bofoie tho.entiance to a hall of imonso tho whole lought of which was a tablo LO-vcicdwith tbachoiccst li uit9 and WHIP of land, iij baskets cups ot eold, which icflects back tlio lavs of a humhod brilliant lights with phttuiing splendor Tho stone vails v cio ounce ilcd bj .inch diapoiy ofciiuison -vchct, th it i.unn: in heaiy folds to the flioi, wludi -nas covoied with a carpet ucliei than anj the siupi ised piincoss had scon m tlio 10% al halls oi hei fathei's place Tlieio weio noarh two hnudrcd -moil in this almost lair palace, and each foi waul to welcome their leador as lio entered, mechanically iollowcc1 bj-the pimceBs Tho stono dooi was again closed ami baiod upon tho inner sido, and the men stood silent, nwatnig tho commands ot thou Icadci, and g.uing with curiositj upon tiio faco of his companion "Fail Pimcoss sx'ul her stran- fiiond, talcing her hand and leading hei ioiwaid, "these aio my fiionds and fol- of the kmg.vTho fought with a courage wor- thy of a bcttci caxiso Never had the Span- ish city been tho scene of such a'terrific tvaifarc Scveial of mansions hart boon set on fiio, and tho red flames gleamed up into the evening sky, and light- ed up tho with a feaiful bril- liance Daik foims moved to and fro, and swords laiscd, and descen- ded with a deadly, imeiiing aim. The watchwoid "Down with tho tang cleai and shi ill above every other cry, for it wast opeatcd from 'a thousand' tongues Tho whole ai my of the king was now engaged in the battle. Though tho popu- lace fought desperately', yet they at length' began to give ground Tho wild shout was repeated with less thrilling energy, and it at lenofth became evident that tho soldiers must conquer At this crisis tho king ap- peared upon a balcony of tho ioya.1 palace i obcd in Ins full icgal costume, with the crown glitteiing up'oivhis brow, and in a voico of firm command, shouted to his foi-' lowois Strike for your king F Death to all "Tyrant, usurper, murderer' I have theo now'" cried a voice that made the blood of the guilty king fall coldly back upon his heart, as he turned to confront the speaker But tlic next instant ho gave a wild' shiieV of hoi roi. and fell bick upon the pavement a lifeless corpse I The stranger caught up the royal ci own and sceptre, and disappear- ed for a moment within the palace, then again spiang forward to tho conflict of life and death Tho death of, the king seemed to inspire the almost dcspaiiing people with a uovr en- ergy, and to have upon his soldifers a con- traiy influence Ere another hour chad passed, tho victoiious pouplace weie mas- ters of tho city, and the soldiery completely, routed. But where was dhna A till, noblo form sprang up the stops leading to the royal palace, aud, facing the multitude, requested foi a moment then attention "Fueuds and spoke the stranger, in a voico that at- tention of all; "but few of you have been aware before king that has so long ruled jour country was not the of tho thror.o of Spain, but a wicked usurper. At tho .dcaMi. of King Conrad II, it was known, to but few that he left a daughter, then hut two j s of, foi the somewhat eccentric kins chose to keep it a SGCI ct Tho throne w as thus left Mention was recently made of the CDJX- victioi of Xathan II Crist, at Mobile, jfoi; the muider ot Mr Theodeio Xje. Mobile Tribune of the 3d says that tho following lettei "by wife, bhoitly aftei he was arrested in Ohio, and brought lo that city, and that it reach- ed him in jaiL It affords a touching -illus- tration of w unchanging O. Crescent. CrEvntANn, April j JMj Deaicst e bceur ery miserable since they tcok vou _ -f When you were hero and I could have tho bappencss of seeing my own darling some- times, I was better satisfied; but now- my heart is almost crushed: Tieyhave" torn you so suddenly and unexpected.- ly, that I can haidly realize my situation. it be possible thj.t we are never to meet again on cai th Oh. my darling it bos.
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