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   Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - June 8, 1847, Madison, Wisconsin                             r I'KN.NKY, J-.MITII, [SON, JUNE 8, 3, NO BUSINESS IA an inioierabio fire; i In: ir-'-p! ice of ihe bosom. a stately house, and t'l'd a paini.T, fur Titian's secret auu your .jifiijencc upon mankind il.iy 1 ni'T vuarnin :d for I of lii i tl irg-s ere embned of jrolJ, all compressed into ;iii liLM'intj a prince, for a collage a Yout is n mind ans-.vcri'd the Man Tli oils "4% The Xutjlligsnci; wan and :'uvt-riili an  js? >r e- er since they plaros the mos: tio'e-n orshv yj.ihito, for green peas; and a poor the muiiiuule vntusti nt onre and 1 r -LI i. -u: K i i-, M, i.'.s on hi.: iiDs nd I-. li: .-re is to 10 feared.' wi.l.jl.y or :iejrl gently lost whom was a small, smokc-Jriod an ftir a cnii't of bread. Thu nalii J rrali'v beiiew h. Knor-, I l.lll-l hi i ;IS S. 'l! II e idurc it any long ;r. It Mn- iro d pen- il-cases, little who gave himself out to be one desires oi public men, elsewhere UK My njteticj is worldh' 1 i' 1 i r M e i a iiielr ipull -i to throw away such a heart, A i .h ijdldi ows through bad spirits that had waited upon crafiily coiici-ak'd, were here ct- non iy ccnnoclion wiih the j. !i: lip Il t: me nothinc- in is p e t of them, doubt- famous and so coin! jrtti'Er, in contrast for iim vhairver I seem to do. I 1- II M :.i.. a ti- I-' Meat ir !'t sjjf '.ius of brokerape. nakus lird a hiit'iry ind a menninrr, if lorsipnud by several masters whun: i- ejj.r. ism tlio- continually no Minister of nciion, hit the Re- i i .-I v .1, i.r ari.-.-ie- is. den. blu pr.i't 0'' in-, 1 n: iiu.-.-is vi-ic iiu; o rch :t out and room had subscrrJfnllv upi ins: thi- she .'pint 1 -v' i' i.i'- i.i" 'ir a. 1" ti r re is t livays a a t-f tell t. has missed am nfrnid, triv good creis of tliL1 of ive i secrels were pulcpn, rr- 1 -1 i ,1 Mrrpirr-hi ill r1! in select H TI', if 1 v ill a .Ie. wtietii -r out of his tho Intelligencer', 'that your chance it a inajmvich ihe I, AND AOBNC5T. -y.ht.iv r.ot. a pretty lOveti N lie .-puli'e, the di or was ci- wo.j il d.i well to maki; nquiry :i the ('em al Intelligence (retting a service is but poor, men net trie evil spivit for wiul.l Ij-j an employ nienl d r a sl.iilcsH uf mankind, ihe r y, i) c bustle of human busi-111 ih njlcry o-' the joslli ijf c m: 'i-i ir MI M" i Jinn was t! am s o-.vlv thr-ist ulIrK-dinp- SL-ives and for their neighbors, Inine can-fully, and its rush IIH! 1 imii'i of man's life, in in 11- :i. '1 ".v Iv 'iv t i" lali if ihe -o of a t ic -o-ncr sf tho drawers part mere effect'.iaUy liian with invTi's peifecieu line: career, ;3 lhat 1 1 l. f -r i J1. l 1 It I' s -.t-i.M win: us siin litnidly 1-1 ti-red, nam-r r ibiiie ai: r considerable our. of a hundred of pressed in ihu.r deeo3 rind daily lilt-. drown, d ihr ivurils of two Inik- 1 i 11 ji-.u'l'. 'Y vn. ineh.- to the is fount a 'eat poarl, jtsst as the )icor firnd was :iuw fur one An 1 whether thev stood tnlking in 1 :r .I-MII tl -t the 01 tc-r in'o the ih" c al p.ir.ty, a vapurous consistency, ill the other. Undoubtedly, in A'Iix> i cr in Vanity Fu r, or in :i 1 n( :ite till 1. i at i-.ny sip irlment. iVe know ii he to vanish through the floor in ses, '.In: would be of il iV nc'nal world, ir ore lhan I t i. 1 f-i i ii ih erra id there; nor cr. we1 nr jewl! tr.y very pearl and chagrin, mole. ami genrnnii Dtnocra'-tc Review i 'ii ui ii i tir- hum rj it-thcr yuuniT irive hif> inti her If so, tile, :eclili: fir ost beside himself with rajHusu. il mine! Givj n political newspaper cl'.aiici.-J ti en-tor the office, in Quest of a scribbler at rises like inct frran a pure t niton lavishes its Egyptian Obelisk ,n Paris. i .ni 1 otir-r I'dc -i: it was iii'Iilief lj.-tt.--r nor -j in >m -i.t ur shall pnrtv paragraphs.' The former rltiine en ihu t of evil time's. 'tiarcillus Cliurcii, if Roches- 1 i.-i- u MI iv a! .-t r n in Ine.ij'-niiio casi.-; i u: of a :x.'.vi i'. _ t .e Alan of Intelli- Of Doctor Faust. i', xvi'-li s'-.mc ;l, inmdi rmis wish, that is wi linp a scries of lett'-rs for thi 1. u j ;i. i'1. 1: 'it tie V '-1, n-li the para lei f iifibilities -v it i nre close ly, 'that as [0 his snlTi.-iency cf venom, -ill a earn: ofien of Uos-.m, cnllc-l :t i i ilt K .I'.': a I'pll.l V. U'. -if a( is iiu ;f -eat Price.' allowed to trv his hand in i :nio '.lie in! a'.mosphcre, in Paris." In ihe cf i 1 rany sat is tin n of Tin .'i r sa n n iswcred anpearod, likewise seeking a i lieino cu'icvrii.-.] canhly leti -rs speaks cf llu Egvptjau 111.' 'l 'eillv c, 11SCIOUS Ot '.llOiiiSi es, T. Judj. n ih -n t. my misery at the mvaterious -Alan in Ked, ttiii vdluni" is probullv truer, ns ind 1 is v: flections t pon it ari4 ft. 1 tUH.'UJ. f-i. u ,i i.. liiui' ,i: ie phicrof a.iy profo.iiiik -_' it o.it oi in; josn i Kt-store it :o Bonapario in his ascent to the tin; heart, eq ial '.i.; finest p: ssrtgps of i i 'i in "ill I always, jimvever, -.v; 5 'he I ta.is: n< live .vilhoat it an in- 11erja] D.-m-er. He was exa.riined as liie living- nt act. on, as it i-vol vc-ls in ihe IIul Land. i IJ r :s -iij .11 .1 :au pa and aiii: 'ti in-; ;.i; uifl lo lu'-r qualifications by an, aspiiinir polili-. f. i i i rt i ).ind na Ttierc io muro jf a.; -.jiu-.l it i ll..- -1 il' but finally rejected, as of a c iiira. p-unt, on the lot JI i- .1. ".I.---.- was mai if i p j ill ,i_ts v. This pearl, as you wiih the cunning tu'.'cs of thi1 present iiH1 H t: tli noaiL-.-t i.ooil cl 1' inncf,  aiu the of -jndcr i i i-. I, i'ri'iu t coil ti b" fiiund In ji- jjiv; it bick. want, or sunerlluitv, or de-fire. i-ici.-r.re, orien proi'iire n fnr surlotiac, stands t- Kil- ,i i-..-. i ri-i.- fi.i :i lien ain ;ist be i i.-i Ii! tiio .-ntr alios of the goods or of whi.'.h ihiiti i.s w.iiTinik'd by llic oboti .U iu the1 link i- n .e li'i.d. '..-liil'1 l-.i l r t t i J a '.vui.dlv p lint of in de before his to nciiotinlc ihe sale. A Cliin Ant', he j: cuvneil, on (lie uad tnajcistv. I.I ;l U' ll uf siicli a i.i .if :iio jew -1 o: hi life, ,-ithout the power merchant hnd'lost bi.s health bv lontr -id. llint a Ulan vldoiu repeats to o'j. lisli is o ic MI -tone, .1 -.Hi" 1. L- a i i, s wiitir: sin.-i1 in l 1 m i' .1 er, he heart of this idcneo thai wnstina he fru'iid, ir.-.ii-e lip :ity-t .-IP f..'. t and, a- it tt. f. IN.ipSva-. il bllir.- il.lv be 'M' Ilittin' na -aisivi to liiiniar. oifui'etl his disease, and in n-'t. ilie pv. -.T.-SI wisiies, which iisi ill ru.cl pfiU'.-tiil, it-; up reach- 1 "1 T: f n: -irili -n: ii- 11 ep nai'v a -lit n: i u siiiL suc'.i an. .-lions wiih it, lo anv Te ble. if-i '.jjiip or ottit-r, nn nil -if iiiiK'iy-niiie feet ami J i a liuinirlii' tiii't'i; 01 t.v T 1 i: 'orlunc.3. Final-.- riil him of both "together ill l.io 'j.-pl'is of !iis nature, und inct it 'rom Lui- 1 (H> f.', i .-j i rin'r -l.'i' uf i.iiive ricLness. .it lo: e o' 'he soldier nffered his wreal'i of :.-nl for ln'iii ii this vorumc. d- r Iv'ypt, wl-.ere il ivas erec- i i r i i 1 l i l a1 i f bis ifi seint fata: :i.n li s 'urn ds Tig his hair, and for :ls a ns that vvluoii it re is cnoiiirh or every ta by esoans, ]550 In-fore i i .1 i lis-i-i; r t n i's i-i-utr.-il h.-tiv. i inncly i'i rtii i ito he world', which cost him. on lha'but'.le-fiold. One ffo-nl ilnii.iler fur bis own d the lito-lime. uf Mnsvs, ii cr ;n Lllier s sn.d t. d a; .ii., i looks. wretch, desired nothing hut lo he- t idle ivHlies.as well ns fjr llso ?iim. nis.lv th exile of i i i i i have their wr-ll- -p in ]as-i..; liii-i c the d.-'jr-atcp al v.-idi ;xnv creilitab'.c methi-d use wliaie ii llic child o n IP' Isnt-1. In Ir.nnaii 1 .i-'u.. liii-r i.i a :d ciitiiiiin nexaa isialjle y..i nif a 'iillt'inau, whose layintr down his life; for kpii it work of lln'onp- II ;.MI; t Up i -ie'S, s irall.l e yer   d-.-rr is op. nod: nnd por.p! n Jii-n (hey tvi-rc 'nsh.'d to a-'-iisel'.-' s iiitu -iliall'i-.v v i.--b'id, tiii ifi 't jf li lhat he no Inno'er .r the stir of worlii h Hi 1 l'- i t a, hi-; i s a iii avi b their rich -c1 ;mi.-: tin had 1 is: d f hi.- possibiliiy of bippiiicss, nor had li'cp and awful sound be -ire Ihe it ni" the 1 l fi  V..-.1 imc that lic.i n vclahnn ivere V'l c.imtn tiled 'I1 i r f t i 'ill- 111" 1 Ol'i wln-'l'o -ill h Til' f) Miin of {jtMU'i1. A .-p n-i ma- 1 f 11 'i n i 1 JS r Ti i i r i 11 i; rii U I'l'l' ii. i ijnlil so en that v ui. i ui eiii i M iniiii v.-j.-liei eenif d ti. lie inside known, j !o accumulated by a rly pcrsonajie tmuTpd intu Cadiuu inlroiluced I 'itcr.- into -1 V. '1 '.-i ilili one, u! f-j ;i d -s iny vonld alloiv ne- ,noJe of speculation, he rosi'.lvrd io W'th siii-li an tarnesir.i'ss in 1 'Kuv w.is sa.-ked. anil 'I" f .1 j. 1 "I' "ir r t ill- whal a aiiiie-.l ii; il-.nji 1 ilii i thi.s one or other experiment of nn 11 iicnij thai nis while link ha 1 t.tned his lyre, pr.orto i i -..'.'Mi i i r i r i i- J 3 i-l Si iiii'tir.ii'S it i.i tri'i 'lie I1--X. ilia; e d was a man fortune. Miinv nevson.; dcsived bai-k-.v.'iril, as lie hurried up tc, found ig ui eu-inal Kmne. far back r i i :i r .i .1 -j i ri hi fninit! in is Kepi, pure 1 n nl iii Idle i learinji; the look their von'tlifnl for cii n i-vu-s ca'tirtil a u the dej a: an utiL'Xplorei i i l ,i. I ii-.-l I.i', i iisi rtiiil t parkli'M il'i: the iijiL- v, IK lie -orht and his own better siiited to' the jjr.ivi'.v of !-.islre fvo 11 his vt-'u-m. n.-r this .jiite I'lil-nnn HTled ts ti.wer- -I-'-, :.f il.l 'I-.': ii-'ai-c-r, w.lliiiiil EI tfuiii ;i. 11" jiiui ist.iIiglucJirciin ,-151.. others, we aro plud io This VtUL-rnhlo fiL'ii 'i' tif; sum in tl e saniis of ;br> Xilr, strut x lliroi'4'h vvbic.'i f -ins 1 j.i'iv i'. ca ,'iago, which had madi- earnest eiKirts to hat w.-.s 1-1 sf ih.. 1 uf l.nni! 1 i u- 1 1 ;t'e il i. n' And ...'vrn t.i vat in th.: btrcet its for virLur, and, hard as the 1 l.ave nil iny life in -bes- J'runil umie, Tiine that ha-i p 1 i i i 1 U i :j ilh' P' earth, llii- pure i vv'itii inn cie.l !ii.-. husirioss. This. in effecting it- Hut it ihe old aetitlouian, wi ;K awa a 1 und: ed rn ionp, has 1 1. I.I 1 ire. and t'.i1 irexhn'.i.- 1 ib e ci-'iu ip D h-' i L-.-k with that w.'ia! all were t.io jissnrv'i! that T.i-m.irroiv has ilu-i; u iliYuU-'n, i.i-.d ui ti: tiif- '.ern.ii ei s and i uked the- liuelli-p-" icer iu '11 fa. e witl a resolute cvc ID give up. even on niiist biT.rlit iu flnre fur inc. Uill 1 i. lii-pri lives n .-.'i Ic s he.- s'.oiiiil them, a-e far nt tic :r.e, soam tenris, the oddities, the characteristic tr-iitf, the fur I overtnli'x- t t.f :hy t.ew wnh ihijio an- l '.1 L r l III 1 1 t of s ic.li a snperfi -in, jer.t in flein od j'fjri: in red and ridiculous ind'-ilgencos, 1 n to In: a'rait! it ient jiioiii ci'life; Which i-jle t, must V ;'i 1 -i hill 11 r' '.lie in tl.u ky faults and foilies, of whi :'n I y joynus, inosl corrupt. '1 lit. i r.u -t 1 have ai- r. t-i (lispase b-.ii tlu-msclvL's cmild I'lin Tn-TTinrrow. inv 1 cdiiic npiil le? Are th-.? Parisian v i :i 1 1 I'a .'i t 'i i 1 ie iloor was .Tiici.ei wiih ii ji-.-viiy seemed charac- j fri.'iiii.'b.iiii tin .Mfiu nl1 n 'in around thv >nac het- il .1 I'' -'.I V r M'l i rai Uu-s'.ie of tin- v.-itii a fi orsbcr great folio, in which iiio Man a .-'ray c'ni'pii.o! liino, nrd is 'hiiti it: ban ndo- 1 .1 1 l 1 1 at i u.a ii n p p n ratio' i inl.p -nee Desciib-- d il: recorded all those i l hi.- laihor lln.' of liic n. a g-.'M Did Aram's on's 1 i f 'j- a' in tl ('iile'ed a r.iai'i :if The jipj li am eded to give idle hearts, nnd uspratiVms (Jf_do.-pj li'11 c'- y.nir p.irsn.t, thy inu.j ii surface, or chisp! our it was si.'c! tin '5 oi his ,-rty, its and desperate of dn-il'l.ess upwilh linn; rabaii- :ic c: arnclcrsi Ol what is 1 l; I'1 i --Ir.r: p'llli e as if hir h. lost the ver." soul out j.r hc'irts, ati'l evil prayers nf t ie lar'hly frifis which von expvci, Uima-ior Tuscan aniimiiiy. T ii'1 'i: ail ij i'.-pi 'i1' hi- f ml iiiitl all the in: u- ds, s: ample circuit hearts, would bo c.iirin'.is fcaltt i'l'd t'u ni all a mr.pircd ivit-i ihec, thou lun ly defter scare in the Just   jjra'n.sin- h; i. I. .pf iiiu-n: tint pours in upon mu I i 1 -i Vf (Mi'i jui'.dis r tin1 si'.tijs of t'ae it sh ulowy walls into gran- the mav best be studied ii! :i IV.r'.ii, with a riallcr nf M.ioli n i uri.-at ns this. v -i Ij. liopi'S n recover it ag.iii He ire, and ri.r.d-. rin r ts v >ionary splendor vvishes and tiiis wa? re.conl of "uj-'ir. the (Unr: and as he _. .1, t'-V v -r. in fi rill boat llic pe.'-eptil.lo '.i thi- ;aki. 1 eye. Judging an. There, was an endless 'I'd, a ii'.llu b iy a liii'ahiT in tin- I I1 'iiiii lii.i! PI---, l-nt rr.in; of tl: sir.--et as he ca u" n his i was beautiful mode and ctroumstai-j-es, rot witlrii 'Jour IN cha.-e n a ti'iltern-., I'm ri-i ..I u. of i. i e. e v i'llal i-. Ihe n; lie luukeil also in tl e ue-b i las.isl 1 ki- dream, vet similarity in the real Jtn Msirnv fiiiii-j tlie b.'ii'rL'n 10 iti-t ninl at l rolllf- t- f J t r t 1 1 i 1 U1 i t I ilnorst. p, (be !ojr of i! en: ll lo em', ro for ur.v oiiu paije of th'! vol'ini 10 fiiy. Hii-l thi" o'd Vt., r, a ci bintpil i rnbbor. ''1 il r.pf-'ti. an I up ti io of sjoous writlen in the davs heforo 'e i I'L'-.Vilr-t misfit ]iavc- n-ii cr the name f Thtin- "I V, ,1 i- f iv .'I 1 ni :H' tfi'.xr .1 ri.'lin.-irti.ts -f ilstery, and all Flood, or '.he yesterday that ii just under tl'.o of if1 il ]''t} is nrt li -ps 1 nvt coinhiti'.-d t-j by, nr to be written on tiio motrow n'au !v i ot. 'i'he '.'nliJL'ii biiilerflv lie hr.: heci ,1 rtsiili n! n." t mt place i: i- uf ;h-- [-1.1 -rr, if thi'lorl n v; re vU-r t.ii? a x-s deiu-v .vhcrn life ,-lose at hand, or a ihoii-ianil d lai'Mtgii the. -hnilmvy n imli r of c-nrs, :mil od much j.i U -i-.i-iit i v he iiii-ilen vitlnn hts iias real of fr.'dden serve as ii fprciincn of it '.VIilJ-3 'i.eiii. htivo 1 he ui d i.stui'litd -h ri: Not but that thf-re were 'Viiiie.-1, run! llrUv'ed i iiTn.-c.] to he u-1 ilreiseft, i: J1 '-I .'1- :'iy I1' love tn I'inf into of fantasy '.hat could wil' tin.' rliii.i s: il) in wliPii mil- l.is md, hired !vro men e.s' sr id the- Iniei'icor :cr, 'I am i IIMIO" ..tru. j said to tlian oncm-in's brain, now e.iiier-.'.l, i'i riefle.-Ied !-p lur i in his hn A liririast. l, -.-hi -I: reil.K an h; ve l.psl but ill nii.-l-i in.n my first reasonable or lunatic. The wnh !.ie i.spe t a n nn, i.-i't 'vlii.-ii wns nni fulfilled i-; in-ll -i'll' 'I list u prei'ioii in life, is a roi.r, n frioniK'd vet mos! inciden'. v.vhii1 tin) ;itnl b i lieir p 11 c thf1 "v: !i ;i1 iiii 'irifi: rtn-ir.tr pi lii on' i'. rc-olvn t >i lake rnys If lln> possessor hud --one deep into snieiuiiic It is .noewus f 1'. of or11. '.'.en- ilesim.i- r. pivinjf i ii i. .r. Vv it iidt to be fjiiiid amonrr a f Midi n inai sio i ind stale as this, to- attaiooc! a intellectual s HIK- Jiai-r runt nr i in: :i --re cetit .eiil'iiiif E f While 1 pCTiscss.-J it, le.r wUti tl n it mid nt 'rcvenuo no-! lot the loftiest were, to contend -e ijil: il.-.'iu'ii a: (i i i r i O la i v j jl !i I e p1 ni lj v j :i -i .f i ;ei .'i it be jiiplai on of it was solo tt inl'.'ild it. I iave succeeded Nature, and wrest from or tt'liipercd )'.V :jf a '.li' ..Pjii.s'i i i 1 i il u 1 1 1 r i it-nt 1 No j.ri'.c tr> tie cMuiil f 3ft ivish. And which she had been fi: to t, Inch iind f-.iri i. i-i.c.nyii to In at vfairii' ill :ir-i-l Itis wn.s ilia 1 I'-'il-'rirl. K f r. ujj t p-ircl ased it of rue, !mt il rst .te >v lie, i I have now- con- hold from mort il grasp. She lovos pon J'iul iiili-iiect i iiuij 1 a rk hci'l, i'ne shot 'V1'.' :i i I'roit: rnv bo.iom, wherL] clsived ID :.-e i.1. her aspiring sludents, lip adi'arK'i-d io ihe n nrlis, nnrl 'lie s'ar nlnch iv.l a t t u i l M ie n r a ,v 1 ases m V in.' careless wandering uijout Ami en i ked tlie with mvsteries that sec-Lri hut j .'e'olt '.1 :ii iinri u'lih such efiiiin a -T.i'i -it slicidfi- j.rr -ittly 1'. ii i NI.- :--a..e s.jrh a -cr. aiti" i ilk n d) ,rn the their utmost reach. To iliii jiL-rha few si'i'.'c-ls id ai n f dt-Rcr pliori of 11 F-. i i r'.-i.. is ij i: e iiji >i the stranp-er i hivs h h-> mger had now minerals to pro-luce rid n- i: in aiari; -ii liin Thti'.dcrbolt Tl idi-iin Iliitrl. l] '-y .1 of h s lost jewel, th.? Intel! jjjit- I of vegetable life :o critic an :--i.'t-k lur tio iiruj :.fn ard airii notoriety1 ill Knp- i .1. spe.-itic, .1 a drawer of -i ;u id: 'ti' eri.v ans'.vorod if nothing higher in the i i- 'hi- jiHis! .-ji '1 la -.031, !iry. as me he mant I 1 .lie- :-e lilterl Uir ;.n -viiich las been menli.-.nid essfnl .-i a: si i: but with a is a sort of a w.'sli that ofien iiiir eie.' nine: iny j li tile .'.nit', of the fnrni'.uro of tin? ninny. erh fi I c itraction of in the breast of n man 'pf scion. zani' 5 ri'phi-.l l.n- Intel i'. ''.'f ljn (Jn 1 i i .nh.-r. i v.-cre deposii-.-d wliat.-'V r as if o q-i -li an nward pane; as 'ronomer. who livefl far mad ill--.1 ntw ii.seri.viiip! in li.s t-.t-t." n v :v n a Jirli and .1 1 p p T. uf li.e -'ii p eked tip in the have i njf various sort distant worlds of space than ia AI m ii tn II.IJMSC i .1 nl aiac hit of nil lies- i l -1 fir rrt th risrhl owner should elciin b-.is nc-s-- a d -til e a -ader to Africa, sphere, recorded a wish lo li.'ind iji'.in for 1- L-e'le r with watches, dis- _ i 'I'.-, ii: or 'ii vi s a stnnfre a-id neons h ilii niP'cmut a speculator in (hs oppis.ie side of the mo.ri, ca i !i-> hc'p u your mi.s ]''i-. ifec l i in enor- t I1 l N H the least rein ble stock- a: d, in tho course of these unless the system of the fir in am -lit llir- rrnriclf vniiu pacl'c'rj f.vnv in .v d'ttt. ii-.' x i '1 :t -atlk ill'u f K, wa? tl e groa: number r C'ntini'ed n incumbrance reversed, she can never turn rrme -jniir'.' If- .'.-nt ii> F' ,1 r each one of whi'h hi'.d hi en a cerla n n itu v- T ie purchaser earth. On the samo c.f nay a'. nr, r .fi i. h ri.i tl anil p' ;i: if 'd n ion ih finpcr ivith holy .-state, sicll nerrh be retjuired iv is written '.he wish of a be m-s'ily l" jir'vc-m r cf c: .iiion. and his Urn-Ted1 t _. .i ho v, i t: i r in t.iiul A- 'ilVi-ili S If i'." 1 'a .'-I prohsi-ovcr tl mv-tic polency that the mot'. writes a'tain, but had. i cv. iibcies proved too slipp T for th: im.de i o hi nself-' 1 undcrsiai d s .id the Man of Inte'-licren''. P run hi; pen behind to have the stars for playthings. The most ordinary wish that was written clown with wearisome ai vancc :ir, jinsj.5-.U- 'ii'liiriil ol hoi; iii'l .aid thp fc KIT, "'ur I ha t- left ui my Wi c if in. I -.oniil f, i h lo j it app ui ;hc of the oilier. r l'--'--r. P.- l'.' ii-.iin. al -car. r's vi: ilance- The fro'd >f 'I f t.ial m fun can be of course, for wealth, Mauii invest g it un. Mf'M v A down town merchant iv "T? -i .-.r -.is vurn t! in, bctnkeniiirr th in he. e cor fitions. in sums from a few shillings me nnw thrf ugfi r.JiVici married i rustic i r' A u '_.... i a- A wns'ff ie us of nod lock: others, ;h filter- f'oin ihe jeweller's shop, ibly, tie neit essor may ac-iqpiir: the wi h in ;imilar unreckonable thousands. Hut, in rc-alilv, this often reapea'ed. tude and now wi'.h l'ic of a anil bf lie from 'rant e county. The young bride way b ought down to f ity mod 1 'V l i P llOlllC ;i t-.. .1 .-i 1 el" tnr 1 a r.', t. "ri'iiv.'d a Vnii nn affiti i'.toiiiid 1 ecu .us! wi hinthe honey-mo in There the man vpro ivorv 'nbleis, the leaves soribb'td then np- c.vci 'Aitti ntimcnts thai hac been the birched necpcs-t tru hs of the earliest Itvs bow ina v, hich were now obllrc-rite! ii? memory. Si 1 were irticlcs preserved n this it will yc c his own con-tractintr, and will r it It hten your bur-, den in the Ua; t.' 'And anil tc exclaim-eii ilia strmce h t; e dirt of these aenriL'd the granite of this mfi-rml r.rnis an, (rnsi1 .up down as many different Jesirts. with .1 1- ntneh phnosophei, is the golden essence of the om- at the altar of an nit ward world, embodying a-Tnojt eveiv- cathi in tli- ci.'iss n ,1 fntboli.-! thing that exists bevond the limits of pethrmlns hiph Ol, ,the soul; and therefore il ii the natural wear; search! i nm-t not U.-ef yearning for the life the of nnd  i oa-h, irjijM I'. o-.: ''Vi 'V'. t. lii .1. li 1 a i" dis-p.iie o th: t rot were rejected; whi'e anJ fii emblems cf vj- ;.n anc! fhain facerJness, which had boon 1 ist o flunc awav. and Ifov il 1 ho t! i lur i the cdioce into r.; ili'.is-Iiim e (r in ospital, or tear, down and ouiii a ircli car, at TCJ st ma ;e the eiperi-men sail ;h int illio -ncer, 'but is the enndiiio-n of etijoyrirnt, th.u men abridge into this pg-eneral Here ani there, it is true volnnie testified to some heart HO perverted ui lo desire gold for its own snkf. Bin! n.r. cyps Tipon the I Hellitfciicrf, wiu a I'opth of in that t hold irah inner uat re ihi- re 'ardiess of i-xtevnnl my i said llu affec-tirna e wife 'yoi. men must think '.vi riK-'i use a monslrrms heap cf pins; you kc -v, Jove, you gave (ftv du'lara on lom'ay fr.r 1 t r, "1 V pflliii.ioi of thft matter s  a's AnftMnu H" j i .7 in .1 t'-en S( heedless of th.? faith vet liiesl nie an idle reader for a new novel of bitjine.u. Teil me -n nt San. uancpl Rio, boot tetMttai. r] .TJMJ mv '-usiei to th >m. as todrop :y-nbo" ihe i eight of for thj-me to tons s'ubborn i !h T'-'a'   

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