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Democratic Expounder (Newspaper) - July 11, 1851, Marshall, Michigan
Tic expounded Calhoun july under Friday Cornet or a hair my at one Dollar lit vim 0arelebb a word it ring inc through my brain m it had do tone to bid it when Otter Thunga had passed War i it had no meaning More than All which in in Idle your May fall it when Flat the and i a Light or uttered care rest it waa the the Only of those which i Ipa forever gone Brial hed in Ihler had for me rebuke or har Soneia at my Glet and if Shote were to beloved let it plus a i then p Ere i Hare heard the lilt dear tone the car elfin of i be High to whose Worda Are to gome heart Deal gently Ere the dark when Earth hath hut for one a Home musing Orr the unit like o they feel their hearts in mar bitterly Ami he Dan got what clue Ihry Binl until were plug Ott a careless word from Jenny when Jenny Lind was in Nashville she visited by this celebrate she sat the who arid manifested great inter est in All the annexed w give a Short description of some of them As they have been related to ing with the far famed inexhaustible Bot we suppose Macallister to be on the a bottle is handed him which has All the appearance of being a common Champagne he first pours from it 8 or in Large glasses of rinses it with he then asks what wines or a gentleman in the Parquette for Brandy it is poured out of the bottle and handed to another asks for it is immediately poured out of the same two others in a breath for rum and Fie fills half a Glass of then half a Glass of Flo Lien proceeds to fill the Glass with the and after that again Tho v All from the same luring the whole j of this time he was in the Parquette among the he now went to woman Honor very important but that is not my Busi the Panama Herald relates Tho follow ing Case of elopement a lady tit on the Rrt Orn in not ving of the bailing of the was for it was Given Reading Over the list of thought he would try the had engaged passage for miss limps secret i a r i Pur much to her it was stantly handed to Nina Elk Ingram was a amiable As it is quite a pleasure to and an Honor to be intimate Tell you the make the most Tom la chaises Thomasl come i ii Illus Lnell because she is and of such a dear Little the most famous hand at rope skipping your Ever though you May have lived in Albany for what i however my Story commences at a period when Nina killing Ham was an Una Good far above the follies of the but As Good people Are and must Bant help happiness in its purest form is after Only the reflection of other Peoples Joy on which Are pure enough to appreciate it without selfish j Umi j j1j brought a flattering introduction to Nina from her Fiance in spoke of him As his Dearest in Hood no As his if other i it whom Nina ble but painful to await the in the you see it takes a qing time for a letter to gel so far As in Tom Elmore continued to visit at and to instruct Nina in and to take evening walks feh her in Cool and Shady places and Nina somehow to be with for she Felt Happy when she heard his bold voice instructing and amusing Hor when engaged to another they were quite alone in the and p in when to lev sat together at the Little piano not for me one line that shines with if there he on our Earth Een in that heart where purity Mav Sec Fly Niilre beit heaven is und thou yet no Rny of Hunt or love for before to had finished Thi concluding notes of his Nirta had left Thi she began to look on tort orcs conduct in n far less favourable Light than he knew that she was solemnly engaged to who Hac am Mign speak without Reserve on every they were quite alone in the Fields and p cd implicit Confidence in him and Boni k were when Talfey sat together at the Little piano it hesitate indirectly to pour scored by which was a delicate up which had Learned to speak so into Llor ear of his own Pas Way of alluding to the intended marriage j plainly had come to Whiladel her Hort Only wel1 re then the House was so much More he knew it and a handsome he had one of those Fine open countenances that Call when you look upon out to had a dark Eye and a Fine bold he Short whiskers not Short because he could not have had them Nina had never throughout her Young i h had Lead n mind to and then Nineteen years of miked Thorn known sorrow or bred up with were while and Reg tenderness by an indulgent Parent her to was Young Imo had Ever passed calmly and happily and talc to was mistake at All a r Ella a Nroa n out c More Lively than it was wont to and so much it made Liis conduct Only More cheerful and when Tom Nina Felt so pleased and More Happy than i could express to much More the More Ashe thus reasoned with Al orcs character lost caste in her Estima for she Felt that if she broke her Nina loved she did not i for she Feltha Lifshe broke her know it at and Tom loved Nina i would a Lull a it t would n in Lynn into Max asked i unit a asked when to her astonished for Rose liquor which was also Irir tans appeared the name of her husband handed to he proceeded again to u to satisfy the numerous say e numerous knew that her husbands trunks were wants of the Kyle who was Oil and to n t 1m t a f to i in u u i i u 1 f if j v s the course of a sparkling Stream let in in Sunshine of perpetual Spring would eem to she had never experienced for Sho had nothing to regret nor she had for her Betroth mint did sometimes make her feel rather sad and no wonder for it was a Strango kind of proceeding and highly improper u ii vtui13 and that he had informed her he t would detain him a few i and convinced by the thus manifested to she concluded to open Bis where Sho found in in the requested some he still out of the same Many other persons were bottle never seemed i to to although he could not Honvo poured out less than go classes of differ t it was not o Good thing to marry to Promise to marry her for there is Many a slip Between the cup and the to Charles Charles being a very honorable Young Man and Well to do in the to was consid a very when Nina saw and to look Sho ask sent his portrait As he said i than Tho one which was to he was quite a but Tom said that Charles had not Given him one o bring that he Lead nut had erne but that lip Crould Tell her How Clu Ules look or h dial it though in such a cold and Indi Fler no font mend to Tho Young lady who Quot lined him in other than an enthusiastic jut As we Havo Nina die but he know it him be n Fallon into the alone for shame which to had opened out before Ninas did not end nil Nina shuddered As Sho after Tom had gone she to dreadful than would then sit and think How it was that Wom uis and Tom did it speak so much of Charles is Alrue nature As Sec is Beautiful in to did at he Seldom called his name i women stands by swoon Man and the an a higher because n purer but then Vian to m Tlle Sho Bonis i Tho lessor beauties of Tho might have miscarried As Well As hers which Plonske Tho grosser sons Man last Nina came to the conclusion that o at e Seldom called his name and had not received any letters from clamps Hia Kari Una i i from Charles since his Sho had not received any his a by a great not Caro b d t at we m entertain in in his wonderful City of pomp e hut Bawd bade Hor Good telling her i turning it inside out n number of him next May a and Haj never r wealth and luxury and would Boback in three or four since they were both infants and stamping his feet 611 he suddenly 1 e sunny and i Little suspecting that his wife was not blew on and to it was filled with Beau Only cognizant of his Tifful which to distributed among Only cognizant of his but that out of his she had provided am ply for he on Board the to this and is now on his Way to new while his deserted wife is rejoicing to think that she has easily got rid of such a contemptible wretch As his conduct proves him to Tho sport nor says that courting is done up in Willamette after the fou owing expeditious says for instance to i have two to catch and one to Kurp miss i Hope you will put on your a raping dress when i miss a indeed 1 in pc it on and the parties being nothing Are forthwith joined in hymns an anecdote is told in an Ohio journal of a theological when As ked for Tho first time to say being rather began in this very benevolent Strain lord we thank the this Experiment was re pealed several he could not have taken less than a Bushel of from the All of which he very liberally but the Experiment which astonished Jenny Lind was the invisible flight of a number of canaries into a Box held by the Box waa placed in her hands examined it carefully and saw that it was Macallister at Tho other end of the had a number of Cana Ries he simply and the Cayari Svere of course every one was anxious to k the canaries had actually gone the Box held by miss the kept during the whole of this Tii View of the whole m requested her to look into Tho see if the canaries had actually she opened the and to astonishment it Watt filled with canaries which flew about Tho to shall probably at some future give a Loox was in in full Callsten and into that Whilo we Are enjoying health and scallion of some Oiler per so Many Are losses upon Beds x lulls extraordinary to May hero of deprived of the comforts of a Case somewhat similar to this was that of a methodist Clergyman Whin 1 knew says the same and not be ing sufficiently acquainted with the significance of prepositions prayed that the gospel might be dispensed with through out the world it after All a new Orleans paper contains the Fol t i that As Macallister was seeing Jenny Lind to her in speaking of a she lie Der Teufel i will go before to changes me into one of those next morning she sent him the following note a her own hand which is now laying before us dear sir accept my Best thanks for Tho very pleasant entertainment which your performance of last night afforded and also for Tho very kind and con lowing important and for and also kind and con Benefit of a class of had Arran ged for myself and i take the ried we announce it at we have no doubt the secret is out even Here j in for in passing through the i Etie ets we have been though not i very decidedly probably having i mistaken for some Nice Young Man whose manners Are better than we can pretend j but this is a serious taking i off ones affections by stealth and at mid 1 As the rogue would carry off a i piece of Bacon tar a we give i the first determined that we in this Liberty of enclosing Here a few tickets for t i 1 Hope you 1 dear your obliged Jenny april a bluebeard in a correspondent of the Mobile writing from under Date of the 31n gives the fallowing in alive me Norai Uei Ermine mat we in ims Al of gives me to knowing in alive City at least will have no hand in the mat 10 Ilie Lynching of John hard a orious a murder waa Coa Imit i Imogene lord has just a i i i i was Finelon he need in this City from new where add he Mihans have been made supremely Hap out to the negro who Asau Ted by her she announces to the belonged to Joseph he was Hung Ted a Short time by this in Washington 8 of new Orleans that she is Able impart to them a Means to obtain the i affections of such of the other sex they May wish to she will imply to any addressed to Azaie at the new Orleans closing and acquaint the applicant h this rare will also cd arms to cause the wearer to Grade iffy grow younger and More on receiving an enclosure be careful in directing your a United there Are 25 24 23 25 19 15 13 10 9 Koa 10 90 15 a 22 if and iwo How Nob Dif Brence there be Pioci and a punch Dye give it ii much differ Aee As there Between Macb easier to the without to do right think put san do but just Deedi it a now ascertained that the explosion which took place at the Cen trial Railroad depot on sunday was entirely a it such Asia carried by in a cheat of Wood about two and a half feet with a harness and some other of the tin Box Container a powder Horn and a Small Totol Ani probably some matches or other combustible Materi it had been taken from the Dock on saturday evening and set up Bendwise in top past the Way of Iota in at the Ocean came t person threw the Box Down upon the and two sat Down upon they had sat Al the mine May he confessed the and said he richly deserved death for he had been a villian All his Hurdia said he had Twenty wives and had killed 16 and All that he was sorry for that be was not permitted to kill four he and the negro Jack were both Bung on the same and were buried in the same uan Abla the in rowing Box upon Dauwd the to Wim tha muted powder of Corn we found with t wooden Enaut of not tha powder apparently had from the Bora the explosion the to it of used Ronec Eazary alarm to the Avo a need not and care that there can be no from any to the with the Beaual Kee at or talked to or judged of his except by moans of the very pretty and Loving letters which Charles used to write to her from Well it was very pleasant to receive such kind and affectionate epistles every month from the person whom she was going to Bat you know very Iet what letters and How often a Man says on paper what he does not the heartless especially when to writes to Young la Nina was not it All suspicious but she would think sometimes often How dreadful it would to to give her hand and pledge her heart to Charles when to came Home if she should Shu frequently dwelt on this and it made her a Little uneasy at As but it did not interfere with her usual gaiety of disposition not n it for aunt who lived in the next in a House All alone by her of fond who and spite in virtue of old used to make ill natured Romar stand Sav that Nina was too thoughtless and iroc and All the rest of it but she even did aunt for she used to write Locharles All the Way to who was also a relation of hers his Mother hav ing been a second Cousin of aunt Strate laces Uncle by telling n1 sorts of tales about and making out that Nina was too As she vernied to make a Good and to had better renounce All idea of marry ing aunt sural Chaco did not do this out of any regard for Charles not she but she had a grudge against Nina for having said that aunt Strate Lato looked ugly with All that paint on her which had displeased very much As Well it for ladies generally would rather not have their complexions hand led too freely by critics of either Charles was not suspicious either few Noble natures and he did not believe these for he knew aunt Strate laces character by re so he mildly informed her that he could not believe any harm of and that he hoped some Day to convince his aunt that she had formed a very wrong estimate of the character of Bis be old maids arc however singular peo under favor be it and with a due Fegard to the Many exceptions whom 1 know to this Rule also but they on the spiteful because they have been disappointed because their chances daily diminish while much younger women Are being every Day made Happy around them sensitive be cause they imagine themselves Marks for constant because they Are excluded from the privileges of free because Solitude makes them because they imagine that it is becoming to be and ridiculous because they cant help old bachelors axe equally but 1 can not lose time with them just 1 will have a word or two to say them before St a e two Young people had been betrothed in a very singular Ninas who had been a merchant in Florida before the had contracted a his old John one of the that Ever this igneous in and Al Hingham was made John prom ise and John was glad enough of it mild you that he would use ego to bring about a marriage Between Bis son then two years of and then an infant in John and his son settled in India soon after his partners Ninas who regarded this lint Wishof As a adored did All in her Power did in having passed through the Livin Thian Cap ital on his Way Homo that Nina did not think much Charles till after Tom he had gone and then Nina sat Down alone in her room to think of her future and to Hope that Charles might resemble his who was such a Nico Young Man and seemed to be so very Ninas Mother welcomed Tom with great affability asking a thousand tons about which Quito embarrassed and made him regard Ulli Gham us Quality which most matrons of ago arc liable to to accused Sho moreover discovered in Tho most unaccountable a re semblance Between Tom Long since departed desired to know if the Jungle fever in the did not come from eating Curry powder with Simoon sauce on backs in the she also gave one or two startling opinions on the burmese was in connection with Tho general Domestic policy with Tho and decanted with a croat on Tho horrid custom of baking mangoes in and serv ing Thorn up Toa and Allol which she Sui Jihu Lizul been credibly in was done in the Best Cirol Eji am by Tho highest functionaries of that be Nighton she however gave a invitation to which to hot slow to for in Toor Turco ton again made his appearance in Chestnut and came again next Day with a piece and again on the Day Fol with a rare study on which Nina might exercise her Pencil and in after a time he was there every Sab Baths not and there was no reason to prohibit his his manners were unexceptionable he was very attentive to and to her perhaps a Little Niobe so to Nina than to her but never mind there was no harm in i sup and How Well he played the he was not one of your ephemeral Musi who know How to read a piece of music by and pass their lives in j vow tit strumming bad polkas execrable Quad but Wkho have no More knowledge of How a composers inspiration should be interpreted than the a Levva very waa when he played a piece of there was no Neces sity to ask any question about for there was the composer talking to you from Toms keys As to understand q j if you had a soul As you hear your tailor when he presents his horrible Little Toro Awauld he 1 Tell he use to give Nina some thries and he was such a patient and she such a docile that it was quite a treat to see them there though aunt Strat Elace did not think so after she came suddenly one and found him placing her fingers on the for a difficult Aid holding up her wrist to show her How it ought to be Kepi she quite bridled up and went a bout1 Anjo Jig some of her and made she did spiteful thing j for she sat Down that eve though the packet could not sail for a and wrote a letter to acquainting him that Fine things Vuu were going on and he had better a qua with a wooden leg Bur pome she said because a t n a it an Flat in Tiro t k it non o Mit Psi u it was not her place to interfere but Bow Ann Ninas Mother could sit Down with the fear of god before her and let such things go on under her aunt could not and did not pretend to know it might be Honor Able conduct in anon perhaps it but aunt did 091 think and could not be guilty of not for Ever All of which wag duly sealed with rage coloured and wanted if there something pleasant inside a ahead of All the Mali Cious delivered into the Peep god g to aft out from ing of the cd Eric at the disagreeable Bis hands every Peck Lindial j Tom loved and when this thought struck she smiled so joyously and and when As suddenly burst into As Sho Rorrie Borod that and pledged Ana Sho could never Many Tom though to might Pray for it Ever so then Nina began to wish that Sho had never Boon betrothed to she blamed her pc thurs As she called which had sacrificed her for she was sure she never could Lovo As Well As she loved How could she Sho looked at Charless portrait taken in when parents Lovo to Havo their childrens countenances pre served in As if they could Ever be of to any body after youth has passed into she took this and contrasted Charless Light hair and Blue yes with Toms Black and and Toms Bis ters with Charless Bare As if Charles might not have whisk cars then for aught she Tho silly and was certain that she must Lovo and could not love Charles on any so she would lie Down and weep Ersull o and so Tom wont and and nine Felt glad and sorry for a Long won luring Why Charles did not and piping that he had changed his and did not Lovo her any Tho of Toms offering to marry never entered her because she Folton ident that his High sense of Honor would him to violate the Confidence which Charles had placed in his integrity Hen to gave him so flattering on Intro action to and because she did not believe that Tom could think so lightly of her As to suppose that she would break tier plug loud word to unless he voluntarily released she therefore had no i because Sho thought no pure in action As in she continued to learn and to improve under the attentive care of Tom to enjoy the happiness of his society in the and to weep her hard Fate at at length Tom began to speak More freely of his absent Flo did not do so at first but in insinuations which corresponded neither with the prestige which his features bespoke for nor with his general conduct since and Milco him turn tit her when he would scoff at them and Whon Ono of these Bright spirits leave the Light of and and left some Little world in dreary Nina hourly loved Tom before he to speak so plainly of the passion to which to Hail no right Ever to Alvo sex Mut now that he had done Nina knew him As unworthy of her Confidence Asho was of and she Felt silent whew Tom but at length Sho raised her face to put an end to his and when her Eye encountered the form of her and who had entered the room unobserved its excited and had heard Tara greater part of Toms very unexpected Elvin Grams face was As Pale As aunt Strate laces visage on the was red and White in according to the obstacles offered to Tho Freo course of Tho by certain bumps which obscured the Beauty of that amiable lady and on the whole she being in one of her hard rather like a bachelors Button of Tho red which was running to seed and wanted to be otherwise submitted to the influence of some softening and sooth ing when Nina i poked up her Mother and n some measure recovered her and taking aunt Strate Lacos Arm Hail Arnod to leave the room is she did Tho trembling who a moment before seemed about to link her Rose at onco to immediately she she must depend for Aid upon herself she left her scat upon Tho Rind standing Midway Between Elmore and the called to her and or voice was is firm then As it Ever had Oen j As 71 she i Pray aunt do not is n scene that will Polaso you for it can not fail to Betook cruel Lor us you Havo you could not choose hut what Thomas Al Charles right Fords has said to to but know i never gave that might Load on to should know Tilini oui Juii of Tiuliu sorry that her belief in his excellence had full it May pain you to confess been so suddenly and so rudely dispelled i As much hear then my like a morning dream of repeat it if you when tin next morning Nina Rose for write your scandal of the Day to Otto Tirkin she Felt having taken break Fust in her want blown to the parlor and found Tom rho did not guess what to Hail come inc also she did any thing of the signs which belong to thus but i when you Sec a sitting alone in a carefully not Loung ing sons to put creases into his Waist which would look but sitting Poison ears which should not stoop to despicable credence of those secret not even waiting scrutiny upon the Tongue of but underhand and and a Man whose pow Erful will and cultivated mind should place you far above this most dishonest action what can i say to what can a poor weak Tell you that can in any whim uni in to teach y0ur mind g Studi edly with a Palo Outt spot tvs act has painted on your fam k his arrival in it is he said o if one that Charles docs not Nina can he be ill or 1 should have heard of do you know if any one has made mischief Between you surely said said and after Stop Ping abruptly he perhaps Charles has Hia Eye on an Indian Beau the color mounted to Ninas brow Asho said Ferine Felt with All the sensitiveness of woman the inference of indifference which the remark but at the same instant she Felt that the time had come to assert the position which she intended to assume and making a pow Erful Sho Charles of suit himself As it May Best please for consider myself As betrothed to him until his own permission or his own act releases she looked directly in his eyes As she and saw a deep As of shame it might for the deception which he Lead might be Fiji the defeat which he had sustained but saying no he turned to the and after running Over the keys with a Brilliant pre he commenced the following song by it Twu then wonderfully fair Tush la Artma cyst reflect no Light for then dwells no Beauty in that dark Brown hair which 1 might Praise to win a elance from Tore to Luve in ulat Bright Angels Aimee the Home where innocence hath gladly Moi ily on that which brightly teems with Puiyat i pm Ziy cent on Tho where excitement Pla Ces Little spots of when you moreover observe this Young gentleman twiddling his gloves and troubled nervous of his upper lip you maybe sure that he is about to pro and nothing How As i have knew nothing of Al she spoke coldly to Tom As Sho entered the room and suited herself on a Couch it the Oiler but when Tom Carm and sat by and took her Jinn is and spoke to her so kindly and so of Lii Nina turned deadly Palo am trembled in every Dearest Nina said Anc his voice sounded so Sweet and Clear tha thurs was nothing Nino thought All the wide Hoar est Nina you you must How dearly Anc How fondly 1 love mock and mod As you you in list fuel your superiority Over All other and you if my heart my whole sense and being Bow before your not so much your As before your goodness and Sweet amiable own you Lor their till i Camo dear 1 knew no though i had turned her eyes downward when heard these Sweet As they were her ear they pained Ber heart for she recollected the difficult but solemn duty which she owed to even though she had never seen some thing whispered to her conscience that the Pian who could speak though was Aoi Worth of the esteem in which Charlea held Homshe said in the heavens what strange set pad birth from boots Strose fitful sounds now loud arid angry tried to love before and Sinco i have been i have not Only loved but worshipped in the dreams of my Calm when i fancied what my wife would when i should grow to have imagination never pictured such a one perfection thrice perfect goodness mid and purity More Are yours and yours dear if 1 Dure aspire to so much if i presume to Usk heaven and you a which such Luster on tis not because i think that i am worthy of the treasure which i tis not be cause i deem myself quite Able to appreciate its i indeed dear that i can keep and guard it for i know that by gods help i will do All poor Man can do to show the gratitude which must Spring out of Shiuji to dear that give my whole life up to your happiness a to say Little for what is it to devote to gods Best loveliest creature the few Short Days which god but giving i give though less than 1 would give if that my most were you speak no and give no Sirn that you Aru either vexed or pleased to hear me thus address and but that you tremble and Are Ashy i still might wonder if you heard at ajl if you arb Tell me in one won that you Are add one More to say that you Pardon my too Bola and i will quit quit now for in so Sweet a nature there can live so harsh a with cruelty enough to give it do you suppose he meant half of ajl this f 1 do Nihat i do Only to a certain All men say Tho same in other when they of they Tell Young ladies that their lives Are to be passed in endeavouring to make their wives Happy that no Cloud is to come Over the Sunshine of their Joy Ous and before they have been married a they expect their Bode wives to sew pastry do other at the ail j i rusted by your Friend you would betray him trusted by1 you would sink to to shame and by making me Tho partner of your you can go Forth into Tho and by fresh sin blot out the recollection of this miserable trick but a with a to mans can do no worse and still remain a for Honor is the Boun Dary of you would have me barter mine for love it can not be love is thus Lovo ennobled and lifts up above the common follies of an and does not stoop to add fresh sins to its full catalogue for after times Towouh Der while Nina thus Tom looked up into her lace with a Strango and Singu Lar until at last to sunk upon his Knees before her and kept looking in her face silently but fixedly like one in a Only so far As perfect stillness might give him the for in his face there was a look of Light and Triumph which it was startling to look but Nina heeded you she you know that do not love Charles you know i could for you proved j thai love can be borne Only of and i have never seen i know that he is not unworthy and having Onoe pledged my word to i am his Eter so Long As he a unless by us own free but you thought i oved you perhaps tried to make me love and her lip quivered As she but if you still hold that dream Anish it As and renounce the what Ray have been yesterday gone for esteem is incompatible with and have made this Dis place that by your most shameful con and yet Tom did not look of me what an expression his face there seemed naught but Joy and love and Triumph upon every said Nina go from me Low and for knew no passion till knew passion has brought with t sorrow that till now was Ever a stranger o my go from me and Tell Charles if you can dare again to look upon his whether Hia betrothed pro ers Lovo to happiness before Hon St a tear trickled Down the us Jinny Cheek f Tom Blui Ore while Nina but no muscle no Light went off the smile f Joy which curled around his parted strange Man Tell she As i will Ell him let him feel How much i have do served Hia much i Lave merited worlds false report wheat t linked my name with aunt Strat Elace winced bachelors Button might be said to Tave fallen quite into the Shade j found and How you leave us As much As and m sure y the same Nina Ellingham a Jou right Ford said her peaking for the first be o his feet and showed her the locket with lie whish lad seat Aad Twenty other l j Charles Kim hero to Profe Tho falsehood dared to 1 skin and relapse into the w Fine in and interview 1 Lefoi
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