Vevay Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 1, 1859, Vevay, Indiana - - Political and Family Paper Devoted to the Interests of the VI - NUMBER 10. SWITZERLAND 1. 1859. NO. 270. by STEPHEN P. ON MAIN OV ol * i - ill J. ol ai not more than G a Laif ff a ono terms vre a to r. but tlm baw n at the abore E. B. KINCAID in Fancy Opd A 5. Ferry F. AND ami or ESSE AND VEVAY I. in the Wrong R. M. c o N c L c D. here the creature made as ' if she would have me along into the at in I oa seizing I or rather I am not I the Srst for I hail not spoken she me. Wo were near thu of the and the light shoBe iny as I I never saw a from radiant to the of I saw she to and I sprang up and mv hand over her Heaven's I J not and I am a young the victim of the most i has caused and made ma ao unexpected con ' in your intended i don't Certainly she looked so much like I was obliged to and she was compelled to ' I will even you to for Susan ia designed betray and you need a the to ' whom these allusions tn the gave i while they covered her with blushes I need but rour immediate For Heaven's Ohl what will become of And she her hands and burst into never could stand a woman's who And of the cut me to the while they 1 tbe of ray It was all over with me in a 1 felt that I had fallen in lovo with and none the lesi deeply for knowing no more who she and what were her than f she had just stepped down from the and fallen in love to that pitch of tbe of magnanimity So down 1 droppe on my knees and again and again I seized ber which she vainly tried to snatch from which I not her io part at owing to the of the elopement and with the story as I rated exposing the schemes and the i such as it of and de- | scribing the persuasion of its in my own boarding which I had entered her bon roy said is let us start and we can bo married before the cars 'Tis stopping at the first parson's or roy with the sweetest yon really marry knowing I said her in my arms take vou for better or just will if father father insists upon my if he don't insist I Where is replied over in his parlor nodding over tbe He was quite because you were not here to receive and you did not come all net get ir town till this and of course not long been in of this drew it from and now T the rascally note holder wbo niy soul tells me j vented my it to the Post thru you an wonder if he will recollect I said the life of I could not say it in any I am Didn't you set other than a trembling and who were on tbe watch for boast to his gambling my bat tby old friend and college Harry of That be should be that should cause such a dangerous he should turn against I ed mv at raised mv said M. AND AT LAW Office at tbe Post witb f } take of with other to will w. tUa n ukm tbU of tbe for MW of of he U tbe 4k., nid to to the From bis in ht ti be mn tmj of kind to him and on Ferry Sij OF M. M ERCH Corner of and Col LOUDON and paid to tbe sale 9> Water near Mn 0 - what a climax to tbe day's Was get my namesake's father his and marry his intended wife into the the dear creature should melt sn to find in me her supposed cousin and destined But how was it she should be so Certainly she must have known her own And what was she to elope These questions and various others which came growing into my were without my asking them in I was inr a while quite answered bv the darling Elleo who with most confiding as if the matter was now quite Aim it strange that we should coma together and that we should love without each But hew should since we have never seen other since we were And I thought you bad red hair How And when I you only Susan and I had just such a looking for a I said no more than the for indeed I when I you wure only and to think that I was going to run away from how unhappy I should have been if I and how happy I am that I did here ray dear cousin cousin threw her arms around my neck in tha sweetest way I returned tbe but expressed some of my astonish ment by hor away from me from you know I thought you bad red fears of losing her and I never could abide red ANB aad Fancy ' sra ted o. n. my offers of on tbe word of a that would carry ber tbe arras of bor I in a rage of and I have to blow my ow a brains out tlie moment have no wM golog to roB away to a be cried I. now can ran ith I am a and man of single ssd lovo adore name ia J. Here she away her bat I jumped op and it for though she from a of and aad looked was abe grew more the more I told ber bow I adored and when I on ber growing to throw ray ber abe to in I thought cbe was into b a of surprise and barct into a too Bot she added Susan tnm uid find yoo fear of I I left her safely locked in ber room with I took care of the and her confi said the looking astonishment and aba continued yen won't what an way of telling me I No wonder I bnt it n a wonder how well she Ijore yon perhaps you tell how came to lock her and who and bow yon got bouse and this for I am very have a right to know all it. It was all a the blunder that evar was Yon must know was my own boarding Mrs. said tbe shall lore F. as long I the Wander more being by tbe for knocking down a ras calty wbo me in tbe (I did not like to tell my of my lest conceive some of get and let me rte waiting for that bar who was to pretend to yoo the t beaid of bilte and how I a great ' that tt replied it is fourteen or fifteen years since he saw yon and ho only remembers you as a red-haired I am so glad your hair has changed to such a beautiful us go see him and ask bis will be so said parlor was out across the Six steps brought me into tbe f of MT venerable of whom I c i not so much as know the All I knew of it was the as subscribed to the He started up from his giving me a of said with a said dashing lo see Looking at sy I not so red as in old Did not arriva till late this hence my misfortune in not getting your hist I flung the letter on the delighted with and she I hope with me. Beg your down we popped at bis old gentleman stared at us witb astonishment and my he did you stumble on and how did you bring her into such good I have been sitting with her half in her you I Hka your daugh and dad continued I. finds my hair not so red as she thought it I and she'll have very if you insist upon as I hope you I I Do yoa hear I insist upon your marrying him said the bell for a How sball we nick that villainous trying to stop the match; bad some rascally plan of bis and was 'fraid of abused yon like a Shall cheat bim a a a kingdom for tbe venerable father-in-law skipped the rang the my kissed his rang tbe bell and performed various other feats which in their of a traly legerdemain for within tea as if by trick or who within thirty minutes bafore waa a bachelor in the the world and in a wedding all of them entire my my the with bis tbe lady of the and aone other persons admitted as witnesses to the about married to a lady whose name be did not yet The tbe tbe extraordinary my my m y alt combined to throw a whiri of daring which the ceremony began and little to my for I can not say I one my ears were struck by tbe important James J. Uke this woman to be your wadded etc. that moment I w-s struck with the enormous absurdity of taking such a leap and handsome cousin the i daughter of Old as a resource that would enable him to hold up his head j with the best of then if you remember know he is so old And then that said with uncle John to be U was not a but only a you know ever since I was father and John were we should be married for some of their wise about the cousin bhe with unabated which more because these hinu of with the wise reasons about Strock a chill in my as suggesting some great that might arise to my continued the dear I thought yoa had re i and because they were going to marry me to yoo whether I would or I bated so foolish and I bate yoa And when we started off ibis jaunt to and father told me I be first married to here to I bated you more than and when father told me be bad written to yon to meet us and that be expected and if yon I should m ry you could endure it no And so I made a of that treacher nns and we were to run away to quoth I. you and why in boy's replied were going home to be and disguise was lo prevent our being 1 thought it Uhe a woman for would be so fine to be snag at aught I could might But while father was banting fcr me in alt j when I was going to bolt certainly there of and after I bad man f the impulse then on I caught a through to get him to Ist off from of ray bride's stealing to me an the he would so delighted to so full find that I had not run after for and He what other borne is not u that fear changed to how I the dear I the with an and bow I trembled with I should lose herl Would she How I quickened into new life and whan she discovered I was not her picked up my earn to bear my wife's the of her EUen it was evident that idea now ber I felt as if strack by a forty jac charge of however The name confounded without Most I to deceive I me. In truth I had no time in and could making I expect her of him ' for as tha clergyman breathed tbe not TUS James J. Smith in and j rame the 8ew and a In in I certainly should have brains forbid the you said my in a rage equal to my you yop forbid the was ray friend But Harry was looking at His face was lighted up with followed by an air of recognition and and or trying to smother a and laying his finder significantly along his nose as he looked at he very altered in he could scarcely speak for I forbid the bans Mrs. Brewn gets She is on the do you intend to marry Neil without allowing us to be Here she is. Mrs. Mary a fine looking but not so fine as tny thought to give us the slip by taking the morning boat and changing your You forgot the evening and my skill in hunting down you don't oppose the cried my you don't know anything against cousin BOi nothing at I of the match with all my heart and and pray proceed with it as quickly as Ellen do take I beg the Rev. - ceremony was and in two minutes I was cried Harry seizing my and so interrupting the first nuptial with according to I saluted my congratulate you cousin James upon having married the finest girl and the richest heiress in the very girl I intended for who could have thought you had the spirit to accomplish the splendid adventure without my Know your Don't you sea my wife wants to kiss her unknown Yoa kiss her and I'll kiis here my young friend went into sucl explosions of laughter and rejoicing as amazed every body except who began to be aware of tbe extent of my good tbe midst of this joyous tumult entered another it was the red-haired gentleman of the the true James J as my fears told and was rendered still more evident by his first words to my said tbe young grasping bim affectionately by the I the honor of speaking to my dear uncle Thomas and of him to his unworthy James J. my cried the old and coald aay no for be was attack dumb with the in some continued tbe new miss yoar last promised to arrive here the drew oat soma and only beard of your being herej can't be permit ma to pay my respects to my dear ap stepped my alter with captivating extended hand to my astonished whom he saluted as his dear coasin James J. said I. is to added red with looked to friend Henry's for I confess at this moment my heart failed not that I bad any fear of my contemptible bat I dreaded the effect of the my wife and both whom appeared very much discomposed by tbe new looked as if going into another burst of hat he nodded bis bead aa if ce James J. that is. said I- lad is my said the am James said atn Jones cried red lady's John cried with and sneaked out of the the abandoned ray if you want more evidence of his said stepping to my can and you I warned you I had heard strange tales of When I came round here with Mrs. Black Republican party of Massachusetts is rejoicing over the adoption of the amendment of- the Constitution of that As a of its we take a couple of paragraphs from the Bosian tho leading Black sheet of that the le of Massachusetts demonstrated their possession of sense and in managing their political affairs by their vote of by which the two amendment is adopted by an overwhelming iu all see and you were the vote is comparatively small I thought it was to and but it indicates clearly the reason I forbade tho of fae We were and you countenanced and you we were not mistaken in our this worthy said Mr. the wishes of the giving me a look as black as the result has even a rascally here the old man gave way to and Ellen began to to cheat and deceive my to rob me of my said is a my old Iriend begin to the very man I hinted about to 1 sontiments of the I never told you his in is not the first time have must confess 1 had some to to have do to exult over th opponents of tho ing the and course some of them have in it. They ought to learn wisdom by this andon as in the present have been and no other would of getting him to personate your and cheat you into accepting a worthier Harry began to I vow I admire and love him all the better for his was a villainous said said was an an accidental one An extraordinary circumstance here I related j threw me into Ellen's j upon my mentioning my name James | John Smith is my she hailed me as her from whom I found her just tbe point of running I said tell had never seed her I kaew not i who she yet I fell desperately in love ' with and to improve the which I must have otherwise I allowed i her to remain I did deceive you in appearing as your for I saw that j you would reject me. Yet you must give me credit for disinterested and for a true notice for since I stood up to marry her j tion are attempting to excuse the two without even knowing her years of the Constitution said the snarling Mr. They are endeavoring iha prize from my 1 wronging hiott and them by to beat certainly had not the his my C of all present at and its for him this aod and tbe c I when snatching Ellen arms he her up i it ' 1. me tbk hen I damas the a - do state Knocking people of Kansas to form a the firs t time in its history has for admission been regularly made an sustained by the mass of tho being there can be no doubt that plication will be favorably received and t'i State be admitted into the Union at day in the next Kansas will make the State in the Confederacy nineteen of which will be fifteen The whole number of electoral votes in tho Presidential election next year will be ' increased to three hundred and being an increase of ten since last Presidential In two or three years Mexico and probably other will be applying for ing our Confederacy ap to nearly forty as you had heard your that It is not so very bad after talk of the as well as devilish This is poor The amendment is handsome daughter of the Old a mean and miserably foolish the you must permit me to say thai you were her two qualifications interrupted hadn't time to think of anything but her continued my nephew forgot to let you that my daughter's depended on the will of her and that she will never get a for marrying tbe man I disapprove said proud to assure you that fortun e has placed me beyond tbe necessity of lamenting your for thank I have enough to secure yoar if love and a handsome competency can secure have it said Old grasping my band I was only trying and I see you are a good that rascally what an escape we've And it was owing to yoor having the same being a better fellow and not having red you ain't my after murmured the soft voice of Ellen in my my my it is very bat I shall love you all the audi am so glad you deceived otherwise father might have never then if be had you had asked I should have ran away with But now let as liberate and her said the lady of the she or Jimmy hte picked the and they have ran away let her said has provided me with a better and I do not care how soon we start for She has not to and rejoice over of our and and as for I horror and have cord with a thrill of my half hour's ried Ellen to an and I am rained cried Mr. yoo will nephew not as yoor fell The speaks in at He is he Is rained as I know aa for this afternoon dunned of for gambling debt of two thousand for joT interrupted fonld neither taste nor five pt Nothing I coald relieve until I * tried three the firet time in eight ' only by Dr. 408 adopted citizens and tending to no and never intended to be productive of any thing honest men hold tbe most ignorant and brutalized fugitive slavo from tho rice with no more the responsibility of a citizen than a can vote in after living there a but the most man in who should emigrate to that would be obliged to wait two years beyond the time prescribed by the laws of before acquiring right of A. can vote whu resides in the State a A German who becomes naturalized in tbe same and is a of the United must wait two years before he can cast a is no way of such Let the brand of public be placed it lit The Democracy of Galloway a recent among other That every right protected by Constitution should be faithfully accorded to class of men to whom its without regard to birth or the parties entitled to such rig that loyalty to the honesty and capacity are the true tests of the eligibility of men to the enjoyment of the of husband of of this ton receives with his wife a bridal present of is the to be as satisfied as sian in matter what that other m aL's lock young man while an for the purpose of being admitted to tha was were requirements which reni dera Biau to of of the United He must le years fand ' ' I - * to pris to be happy was fot a and their peace mind as melancholy and aa old woald a Web at the face of ' a ' pnn teir Qf the bring - ' - ' r '