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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - October 27, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio "UÜ.LÍÍJ -1 V iniif!! ,4 -IA ÍAi^Eü fOH "THE IILLIOM"—íSifiEPEHDEIT iH Alt TfilNSS HEDTEALIN NOXHIKE. X OLUME Xl.-NO IC. CINCINNATI. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOREIi 27. 1853. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Sclfctclj THE DO WEB . U.barkt «tiio rtrr ptrtkolir—Tet it n. ;»t I be »reomp ithed. I.idy J.m*. nriled old Mr, i.hirtoB (or iiiekioK lo nrficiil.iut t »ill. l, ti. ,    ,    _________lu^timred tl.»t it C’berle. b. l b^e,: ----'*<’• b« "•’Uij tiMf rhoitu onei.f hr.- de.ii fi .b-r i K,..nliiirk'i Joorim'. " ntrir cutered iiilotU hf».l- ol *r.r oí Ibio: lh«t A .11» eesilis l».;j.|,)Teol (.’.‘■«•It* ('hu*. till.: UKhieciji.ti..e    I.irc brin t.o .    ,,    .    ...    „ , ••''I'too nolirr ) lor»oleriiri.ioiiji. ('..m. When .Mr. Abto-.tou .f .Abbcdion l’»rk. p»r.U with I tr dnhmr jmutr ii.ttn \ui» nierritd to pU»M hiujiclf. It «11 not "¡thoul '»» » homelr c'tntn'r b-,t tS'i-f » bo l ' It. rtMou that bit rtlaluet and trimdi we.e dii. bej'od u,e4 nleri,«it bcbrld t'-- I r* i u( plcand; lor beoDlj waited till be became le-    trtth be ,n.i..¡{ in ber loH bine eui ao.i wtre «all/ hit own matter, toctpoutea yono* wo-    : itiutk with tbe patient twut-.en win- , bo ■ uitn of loa decree, «bote b!.inelest cbarac-    the eoUnrtd bc^ many w./nut Auaa't— ' n ter and amiable diipotitioa did not comptii-i of pertoa acd mind we-e all on. ■ ttut vo • • . 1 auaao.    “■*    ettentúlt    «a {or M,-t Churton, thedet.ned Aai.a Ab’v t ,    k    ,    "t ch heoupbt to haretoiijtlufor laa wife^    ¡on pseilett. and tfcc wo.nby .iim= t;,ihid tad mj togl Urootb    Bnt-Mr. kbboUoa wat more dutvi«aiihed    deeply «ben t.tooibt of '- sin., meú fora kindbea.t anda yieMinit temper,‘.ban    wiio for t.barln. (or ilremtb of lulell.ctor Itae peiccplioni; W hen away IromtLe atmcipbereof Abbot- -    .------,-------we —.    aud he thonjihl It rarticuUrly hard tfaet be »on Aunt bcr-me ocite i di f». . t.» .Lew    ;“n5“n,«u‘^u^‘'ÍJf;uíp.n, at »r ««Id Bot marry at ho liked, witboot tbe in-    tnre «.-id it did .M.-a,    Cbnrton't ki,.d‘bear'; Chawhefdo-r. , .    .    terference of other people. A tkort tcuoa Kwdtuhear ter merrr rouiicijl lauwb and ^ to btbold he.- .parkliL ew. the iiotr-J ^ich    at f ne'er beard before.    thedeilhof Mrt. .Abbotion, when the little    like a tendc (luarrel    rerivinii in a nu'er and _    , .    daughter which the had pretcnkd to her but- more .cenial climate, tficr bciuir Lowed do»u TUb.. 1 in eottfut.on ro, rK-—    —^1*-ii-^ bk».* n. • . r.... l. ..i.i ii.   j i ^.l .    .    .    *    “.i;"»    oowcuooau HPIBIILiL KiPfl.NG'*. t aoAiuiKo-noiHi itoian. One*, ta 1 Uf det im. nolcoia • •    ~«.«'t    o5i“LÍ¿«n    .10.»    <u    tnieadiai    »!i    *'><<    » i bad read the Lla be ore. au ca on    -    .raa««i..ieaehoihex    band wai but a few we.kt old. He wonrned beneath acme uiiheilthi and ernibin. now. Mfcff n.eaure o{ ibt thump.cawiibece'iogwdihe    oí    hii wife with iiDceritV; and ior ». er .\t honif, Anna ne»er was a*std lu ííuk ^    ,    t lone (lire rffnstd to be corioled, leikinir nlthonihihe pom-iiedt iiut Toice. aui bM •Eui-:    a a’.-riii o:    lire    .nd    thunder    had juai    Mated    ’“«•«"I*** baby, nsmtd Annr, after itt de- plliLmti.t, cool: in|< Ibeir ditplati to bril- ourahore    cta'td parent. Mr. Abbotaon t only aiiter, i iianl luttri.uicatal nerfo-raanee- henr» I adía a -i^e... t.udi.'. ,ho«    a felio.    •    h.plea    loul    to    Mr.. Chnrton, a lady lorat yea-a hia aenior, , Janet alw.v. [ po'“”rdtd“r?n/ that and wedded to a wiallhy landed liropr.itorin i the dii not'caie f ,r lantliinK except at the in aojocent county, ctferea to btcomt Opera-iLe preferred cvtecrtedpiece^i for the QiÉifc>tiarUiicItiii>itti>arMiLji8.iiO(jetftobii«Hrti»i> • viiuor at Ahbotioa Paia, or to like charge haipind piino. iwta!"iumm»m.o,,rTteidome,ui.l,Uore,    baby, both overtcrel r.j-c;    Aeni • <,-.cbed    b.-i:limlly in w.tcr-color. Iboorfbta ot 111 n.> lonniri Dmif.    tu bf tbt bcieaved htnba:ii, bot Mri. ( hur- —news from iiitnre i«veel littl" biti of rnri! I, bi bn:e^1'«dSid. ol hrar.r. ‘““Í!: '    ‘‘’A    "A    '    ber    tittert iicelled at" niti 0‘er. OMi tod etidt rememlertd i«:iitli from injr (etter i cf }or«, tdmtefoin/.ten beietcifore. To aw Bwtwiu deipair. She imiled and taid tomethinK abont    —a hnme.una but daareront ulent Lady time and P»;>«cc And .Mia Cborton wat    J.uet deteetei "aithy-wathv drawiny'i witi r.k-ht, for by lime lil'.te Anna hud compleUd    bluetkiei and ?reen trceiA' the could look herieeondj»ar,.Mr. Abboteonifraiaeu,er(ied!at totniue but hfcliae eichinet, where each Kber»«!iei«iaiini.Irft‘olredtoiiopUiii dm».: ífí»ní lolUuie, a'fd by o^er^ti reucwtd hu ! iudindua coild be immediately recoznized- :*l„.in.,nll rainl,«kmhedn.xcb.»'er ' Tr    ‘ A*«• —'lo’er.    .1 , ,    nn inetchei were kept lu tne bickgronnd, _rp.m, ' f "ioodorenJ,    . Being of a temperament very l.aely to run I    and Anna’a Toice wa. tilent- Anna’t temD»r . de.\'‘nSe m.A«^Sril here upon the »«Dd    '<;»«    became    apparent that 1 waa pro.ionnced bad aud un.aciablt. and in 0 «T» UC u ere upon me lecoaa , i,g    ¿ttcrmiucd    to    leck matrimo- ; ihort. the poor airl. with a fnnd of na'ive re- I htrb.olher’t kindred who bad countenanced | iru-abte young woman, Ur inferior to her a I»re. or tbewn kindu’tt to the firt* Mrt. Abbatton | Lur handtoiue, ch.erful, amiable, obliginir —n twil’-.tandiug the had nted b-r betf in-i tcc-inpliahed ti«te>-! .ythii fr ni." I. "gi-od or ttil. nun or dt.-il. tnarr »j net, when fonr d iKbtcri la'.de their apocar- .uecetiiTely; and no btir t rtfl door eoktaelt taturei. let a DOi«> ladir in .ireuri prora lut inalln 1 ««riupeliiioni    .    , Made toe tp 111 no t'luiiuioni,    —n twif'^tandiug ihe had ntea h'r beti in-I arc inoljahed sitir.! ¡l!Íí:rS':oVrmtop'‘»pulí^^^^^    fluence to diinade him fma the wirriage-I The ero .>d in \ anity fair are prone to form •reffrmoM    i oow exerted tbU lolaatiicc Rpílíu, in endei. j inch judznientij a li*ile veneer a Uftle AU.»1J Iliad kewjbcVi.    ro'i to p*rsr.adc him (hit lomethiiig m    ■    Ku'cn    pyliih,    and    the liiiuiy    groundwork “WeJ ae»." M.d ü:e ip.r,;, (and ,1 nu,de me    A    1«« '-be «ttitl.e i* neyer tcrnt.nixeif or deUft- lb ike tu hear    It)    no, Mr. Abbott in # c cction wai tl.eady    cd,    *hc er.tiide prewnting a ínir and ftihion- ••Wed ihe w d'w'    »td tke rniioa I or I’ll biunt    you    ®«de—the ptrnilefi inter of a ScoUh uoble-    Sbl    a^ptct Auiiap«ifdio many honra of "'^l^nirt nta u hormn heap .1    ^    V a*"'    11*'’“''    .A' 'I'*    >    A' »b‘ bad plenty ol ruitmi H-. gidood tatahna.crratrn*    tiller,    hecomiD<    hit tcioud wife Hit ei-; t.o<r for >elf-cumiuation and lerioct tLonght Toioj ih.ii.nie».t kceung toiaothunipmgou 1 l»!:t were ilf.rily tntailed in the loaie line: I‘h. hart learned the le.i.mof nniyertal chari-ln.iiy%ouiml. one-imd Iwentr weJto Ihirty-ngbt    -A'A^    °C*    and    made m my alloaaucet fur her lUp- ormorel    ‘b'^’^tbti»!;. indeed, but tl^ndr--p.-OTition for    |    :.,o-.    ler;    endiaroring    by    gta>leneii    and    for- AU tuch malchea I abhor.    I daiigbteri. owing to an iccnmulr.tion of pcen I btarance to aoften that obdoraU ttlfith heart ile'er    I    '    *“‘barnn:mentt final, tberefore, was    B i    alat! i! wat too ttony for any tneb pro.' nhe diiippomtmentof lumielf aid LiiyJa-    ^cu    .    and La.’ '    ' ''    ’ ' ' ' (te.o d»l. ;hle, .    ...         —    ...    —-..... ■«-••la nat'i.'al enemy to I daeraTortmi uiaili"^ the property and pnterve the namr the .aiic-jut •'.thoi'if i».i.i»d endlliit h.irlul Knin tho vrry cunimtnrement of her mar Ivirt. Wi'h 11 jht. Itch nook tod cr«»nv 1 "I'bitn tueipi-rt.    ’ iial ancettry iheal»kyt al orttd to with tuch ; er -lonred io temper and b-nken'^iu heilth at ,, itfong abhorreuec, that had they bsen outcatit .Mr. Abbottou wtt—rbe w at withheld from tociety, intteadof laduttri- ibe attempt by the tu.yeillance pi .ced oyer I'oder *»%d.who. a petti-, ptUi—, wkiie t'.lk t(' :k ' out workeri, the eonld not htye beien more her aetiont. tod the domettic tniuultt which icgwpit.    ..    Tirnlent iu prejadice and iiiy ctire. -And -■ «ntd. .Neyerlhtlfi!, although he did not • ely i':d tberhfiih thii fef|ing herie|f, m ’y know the worth and iwe treii of hii Mr. -Vobulton taw .-.nd knew had net fan contradict .    .    .    .    —      -    .      expo.taUte    with aei: rtamed (0 f.'oai inftucy, hejped unrelrnt-1 hi. ooauuxiud. They were too much for hi. Ukly upm heryoingaud defcnctlest head by I .itrvct. So he lei tbein lefle luatle't theii the r.eri'-uiinded onfreling w oman, wno I »wu way and battle it out among ihemtelyei. rulid with iron fway over her wekh minded ,u¡j ihinkiug «ecrclly, that Anna wat in all hii-band. t'.virt Uunte and intinuatioiia re- j ret,ircti far mare relmed thiu a.iy of them— ; ipi' iag her plrbiiii origin on the niilern.l I nrl t d.ugbter and grauddanuhtcrt though 1 ti'lf, were so h'.bitually liitencd :o in tiieuce J they wife. And .0 lUonght Mrt. Chorton by the p •or girl, that at length Anna became I *'..n; and theq ite agreed with (Jhtrlet when nbiola'.ely hail aibtmed Ilf her.elf, and centrd ! rhat yonag gectleman prononnced .Anna and ^‘Jy.J^lt 'lwavtje^ajd^^ be intereatt ol facrtelf end her four bloitomt. Sacb a rankling jealoniy wai lo.lcred towardt poor Aa-,    .    .    ria.'e.    Lady    Junet    had tfiaced coldue.i aculiia. tbat mnny a tiiu* whcu the might have '    i    couleiup’.    for    the    itrp-Jaughttr, whote mater- ' chi tied and eomfuiUd her di.appoiated iath- ■"i^°-.‘‘ti^?i,U'-“*ure“IiAnli^tt'    Cl'. nely d:d iberhfiih thit fcfiing hertelf, m’y know the worth and iwe ti OuTtly drsggkgher lion uLierto Uiemiuille'il lbe|'ut-betook ereiy piirtto initil it into the : <t...-t birn, Mr. Aobulton tnw iloor    ,    J    •    .    ' boi'imiof .her own dnn.rtt-'ri. w.hotoo readily \.| ongh to I.e aware that Anna ha. brecc.ict on.tnj. Jtinr .g ,the iet-n'it taught hy their mother. | pint; but he conld not rentnre to Uil iieiiouK ii.r eveirc'.rt    .    I) ily iaiulli, duly iliphit. Anra had ’m in 1 I, ..J. Janet, or to rnton or expo.t " AI.L THT WORKS miSE TUI . «I MtkT B( ' The trwHi betmt 1 „..™    . J me L liu»y lietp. rbeWnew.'tt rc'lTg on the tlito'l. The uceen in lU "cctlnl ileep. The thtlthf merirurt on 'heeean. The rlnud thet d'lni the heading tty. The Iww that ou ii. Iwenui g. wa Tbeiuntht' ligh'iti.e leu.'i «n h gh, fke tier, at iiuiln.glit 1 cwi.n «Me Iheteiie.ieelh.- Foeetthet erehrd Uf ety. Ana robed the eirtli m hetuti'td»'. the mtMrcl X.iu e'ech r. 1 he deep P.nod enihem.. me tn. The wind ih.t tunee e eicel-it lire. The lephyr on n. p niont lin, > nki in ilyiog r.deace 1 The-e III 10 Tnte ihei- voictt r. w. ^ tcisent lung ol guihing pr.iif The dkf-ttnr. ker.ld of il.e d.wn. -At the dark thidoeant tw.r. Tbe tint upon ttie ehrek ol mor», Tkedrw dron g rain.i.gon the epyv— rro» w 'li b-rJe in iSm e-.r n riUk*. }:• a itre..o ' J.i I'urmg lo Ihe lei. Trpin el. earth'i fair and hnilyth ngi. I'lKb l.v-ng pre.e* .ttcwid 10 I'ee, Tinte w:th I’l ir 1 ieut i..- » . tptric;»im the viried wondert ol Thy nave. helherlhy bind be'b formed Ike llomer. And II:' g 1 HI the lerdant Ice Thou b.d'er .1 ol-- et lutomrr'c hour. I to wonder whe he.' the was rciily at plain I and vulgar Cl Lady Janet on every ocuetiou declare 1 her to be. Mri. Lhur on,tow a railiileii widow, wit- , ute ed iniiLoii; luur'a 'A tbiniuci iuj Abbofton’t rare imilciierv bewitching, and her very more f.'cquent pcniive mooeli very tu.nrbing. .At fiba'ton I’ark, Anna warbled like a ikuiiugele, and iketehed like an artiiti Mr. but the had a diilike to ii.terterence iu lami- ' Cburtou, who reigned in her own bonie with lin; the knew Ltdy Ji"ct to Le a violent, ^ deip .tie iway, iututing on bringing her ac : wrethfiil woman, and the wai will aware thut Mr. Abboiion bad no longer any will of ti.owc. ID ehort, that beop-cked gentlemaa . wet uow k conlirmed invalid, acd icidom arcompliihmeuti into rrqnititioa. aithongh by no meant diipiragiog Ihuie of the four near. Uei. L?dy J*aet k-.d no just g.-onndt tor coinpUir.t aithongh the leeretly hated .Mr>. quitted the preciurii ol hit library. The only | Cnnrtoa—a fjct that obiervant dame wai I luenne by which .'In. t-’hnrton jndged it pot- p. -tectlr o 't o of t'tbongh appearing ia-tibie, eontittciit with her principle!, to aljtvi-' Djp^ntly i:.:i.i.i -:.oui “ k'onr iitter'i lynx kte .Annie’t unhappy poirtHO, wai lomeliaei | ,je, »-c eyerywneie,” ficlalmed Ltdy Jaact I t'j atk her on a viiil to Chnrton I'lace, accoir-- | r, her pt si*e hnibtud-, “and the can mar at I pti ltd by one or more of her yonnger tÍMen j rcil ai mtke k mutch, I believe, at well at , —a reqnstt not alwayt gfttiontly kccedtd to 1 mo»ttronbletome old liditi, to, lor tbe take by Ltdy Janet, who, grndged the loti of An-1 uf your tour pour girii, .M'. Abbotion, 1 mn.t , na'teervmet. and who alto evioctd a jealouty, j beware offending her, or Id tell her a bit of I ill eoDrealed. of tbe ociiee bettowed by Mrt | my iciud pretty plainly. Cburtonon tbeeldi.* Mi:a Abbotion, t no-I ' Well, my dear..” iiid l/.ijy Janet one day tie: which Anna ripkw by the warmeit af-' (o Lt.'dkUghtrri. “1 wonder what it in the jfieiion and gratitude; ereretif ellngiug to I Mil. Chnrton at ber best and drarcit Irund and beut'lac'reit. Hat it did not luit Lady ind nkw with that tireeome old AnntChnr-lob of yonri. It it monthi lince we received an invitation to Chnrton Tlgee, though, to be Janet toqnairel with Mrt ('barton, who wai 1 „,re. 'ha old tool hai bean abicnt from home a qKer, iccrntrie old lady, and who,though 1 with her hopeful nephew, .Mr, Charlet, hnnt. plcaiant loeiety lor .Mra Chnrton was extreme, ly popular, and a nnivcrtai favorita with the ' gay ya’.i V bacbtlori of tba niighi-orhood. who delighted iu her cbeeifiil go'd-n itorid con- u. .UOO..U euu   .......I ver.itioa. »«'l P‘th'p. aliorr’.ithci the nnique lbekfr*junü wUU ftiU) itiliiof loiv«»betlr»we4, i winei wttlk «hicb the lit« Mr I bnrtOD Lad ' xtnrked hii ftpaciaoi eeilir». r ond «nd m-‘ loUtt like their rcotiit-, Anot'i hilt kilter# Orioher* WipMWATH, ittndiujj on thethreiholt of October, »pe»ki— Tbe puri»liitff    bbsdioz    tíOa', rb« apples soiiltA amid ibe faditif frvton, Tbe    ttaeaves    lb    jrt^ltow    radlaoce    sbtiie, Ibo zoldeo puiupkliisrlhPJit In netwtfeu;'-Tbe cbsnflfiff b'let upon iba maple's treMt. Tne sumce's lurid flow wiiblD ibe wood, Tie sudAlk'b suo drii i>ndii z In Ihe «oil. Tbeae are the aifbts ibal nt ol loe muaUff y t'|K>ü Uls tbrosbold of Ociobor sere, And every brerze that baitecs wildly by Ktzbs nut a requiem lor the d)lnz )uai. “The tne1an».*boly flay»!’*- rw in for Íud-Octotmr'ifuil nf p, Ui I adf>z end Z’JB. , «------ MnaaihO. Thus p*«s^ th« D'fhlae fuai.l.. mAmisg leir ('jims lurth itt pi'fnrn tUte in sfTitcf grey. H'tiO tti'h her radirtttt lirger itiiled ih^ ruef (K ttiunili'r dike'll tH*eM>uds and la>J thr «ÍMS. And now the sud «<ib ttir,r.> tthdoel Scan s fiid ehrervd the laes rf earth tui dr>ed tbe wet pfoa drtfopi* b vlw* •«d dfo»ip-Bf iw, the ‘»i»^ds Vhe ■!' th ugs B wb-heJdi ioreTmh tfld green Atter s Bieht o* «orm so rutoeus. Cleared up iheir cho‘^t luUts lU bask sad sprsy fn trstnikU the iw*et return id more. (Uitlon, ptrftctly conrteoui aud ilfabte fo them all, had a rertain mitchiivoni twi,ikle in her keea rrty eye, which tror.bled and pnzzled Ltdy in<( about (or a wife with the rtqntrid dower, 1 inppoie. She writrt in inch high tpiriti, aud lecmiio Inllof fan, that 1 don't doubt Jaretón moreocetiions than one. Then, at.    t,|, meeteded; and now the aiki two of Chnrton i’Uca, they were tnre of meeting you, girlt, and Mitt Anna, of courie (ne de oiil for Aff, tayi madim )to accompany me Oil a tew dayi’ viiit to meet tome partienlar fr iiMliof hr:i She menlioni alto, that young Mr I’aisingham it eipeetcJ. Ilo'i alriena of Chtrlii C'hurtou'i girit, and an “eligible'' in «Very .enieol the word—yonng, rich, hind-luiiie, aud unmirrird. So wa muit go, of cunrte, and t'.ke thit luopiag Anna with ni. toi. whole ifciety the wae about to eaj.y — 'Wlioatf ifcej? ■ rrpliidMrt. Chnrton p'ri.autiy; “» y, l!,ey a'c a dear old '•>uj>'e named ll.rríin ith Mr. Iltrritm.'.h I. a jiillii.i. e, a: rt .Mrt. ilar.-iimilh iiit'll 'ao',.'ning li,. au ■ .ly .i.ughitr w l.o;e lot--■•.ly b- kc t c in:u ..t b'.th pi'cot..— Ilifttcr Ifce. h . a I ..t mift. but .he, :.j wiil i ...J beu.ipo-tii rj .n in,rrin".'‘ ■    1. ■    ’ tTcc,;! ' I .,jy • ... tLt o.t ’    ..ill ;    .    l><g    I v.-i¡ s d( :;b'in': nitce !    If'.    ''n t*    in..;i(..!, i. Caarli'i ,0; 1 iu'.. . d... n ;) f i.upe we ar to iiiv t'i? p'. .»• .'vi .. ./ in’.'oJu. -.d to l.ct JOI. ,g It.J, ; i.i-l l.ide Juiit a| 1. "(>, yi!; li.e’t t» e, ' irpli-d .M-i. Chur-“IC rir^, r.r. I.nai; / n.t!. -ee Ibeman-ing ,>u£r>    .sii    h Wire !i,Ti f.ugld bilaiea I.I^.    Jinet    » :d    her    two .'.'y‘;rn. Fatte ; -I. 1; 1e itt, .Hire,' in the ituLt of t'.e nod:, a-;d Willi all t-.a i.'i and gracti ol ix pcfi.iictd /lull, wurhtd with well-coniealtd '!    • d'snl'ory isd tirdy movemcnli of (.btrle- 1 :J Li. t-und who "at tome dii-tcre engice't in aii-.t a;.piirid to be aa intt V Bmn.ingcooTe.'iatDn, their peal, al Ifi.gUier niching th- s.iembled party on the law I » h.iner ttey had followed their boiteii. ".■•ir ( hirlet item', in boi.-tironi ipiriti,” reai'i'kert Mi.s Caroline; “we ihonM really be p ad to sLire hit merriment and .Mr. I'ais". log'am’t, wl 0 is ninaliy inch a qniit, leuii-oic pcrton.” ‘ /'iiiniible, 1 have often heard Jamei Tau-ing'iara pronounced, my dear,” remaiktd ■Mrt. Churtsn, with atly imile, “became he aai not hiifaertb taken uato himtclf a wife to ibtre bit richei and happmeii.” “I’erhipi ..hen Mr. Charlet marriei," lim-pcrtJ Aliti Henrietta, “Jimei i'a.iingham may bi induced to lollow hit example.” ■'Then he mutt not be long about it,” re-iponded Mrt. Chnrton myiterionily, ‘ for ( harlei hat no time to l<iie,'yaa knoa: and between ounelvct, 1 don t much think Jamei will be long.” Here wai a Lint to work upon, for Mr. Pat- , lingham wai decidedly a marry ing man, rich I enough not tocare for wealth in hit bride,' aud a proteiiianal admirer of female loveli-net-. Lady Janet looked at her daoghtert compltcently. How conld it be posiibie that Mr. Paismgham ihonld f«il to t.e tivet-icd by their attraclioutT Surely bit only flitficnhj wunld cgmi.tin chooiing! Never nau they appeared to Letter advantage; and It wai quite true that .Anna’i pale, lerioui face contrasted itrougly with tbe hloomiag beantiei betide her. Hut yet there were many who would have preferred tbe intelu-c-I'lal repose her connteaance to tht more dazzling charmi ot radiant imilei and bright cjti—the rounded grace of her tomewhat tull form, to the tall, iiately and rather meicoiine propartioni of her listen. She had a toft low vo ce too—and every body kaowi thit u an 'icellent thing in a woman. Sne had liitenid with deep intereit to tbe pre vioni eoaveriatien and her heart throbbed .'^PVeti'inoTilTr' and when the beard Mra. Chnrton speak of the ‘cweet niece” of the Harti>mithi, aud ol her approaching marriage, despite all Anna’i rxcjilcnt reioluuoni aud heroic tndnranee, a d'.'.iilv pallor overspread her countenanie wblzh. fortunately wit obiervcd Ly no one but Mrt. ChnriuD. That lady teeing Mr. I’l-alugham at length approach with Cbarlii Chnrton, wbispertda few wordiintht lattei'i cvr. and withont f'irlherceremcny led Anca ott. .Mr. Pasaingbam toon incceedcd ic ru-vt-'i :g the attention exdniiscly of tbe luutb-cr and her two ijiiling díoghten, wha b':gh'-cnid up ronderfnlly on icceinrg the gay compliBirnii of luch »n unexceptionable tav-ili-r. “But/ do,” broke in Mrt. Chorton, “for I ban written t« my brother, and he it deeply gntefnl to hire hii elJcit dacghier to •en'larlv cared lor, and nobly provid»d (or, aod he dcilrei me to tty to, • itb hit blritiog - a Utfaer'i blciicg, which Anna Abbotiua to *e 1 deierrei—at well at all other good,” iddcd .Mn. (.burton, io alower tone, fur the wai tgene.'OBi lo’J. and never eared for money f irept .1 It conld bencltt otheri. ‘ Thtn I suppoie we may congratulate you on .Mr. C'lirleihaving fonnd a initable wile at laat?’’ .lid Lady Jane, ipitefally, intending to be larciit’c. ”1/ Anni Abbotson will honor him by acceptance, and Charlet it worthy . i her in til reipecti, and wfaea 1 iiT fdaf I can tty ao •no': , God Lieti them both!” replied M.n (.hurtc;, no! wiibing to eittperite her mf-lied ladv.hip by sayiag more,.Anna’i bcietrk-ng locki alto liltLcitig ifaeipiritcd old lady who, however, conld no! retilt adding: “And if Aana cunieuti to marry Charlet—and there 11 CO time to loie, or Charlet will late hit forluoe, according to my late goodman’i will —why,thm, 1 kpe that Charlet Cbnrt-n and Jamil I'.iiioghau will marry on the tame dty.forJamie't bcia engzgcd a good whileto dear little .Mirr Stymonr. Hot, dear me, what ithematter witn yon Lady Janet? I’m •fraidthe wondirlal ne» 1 of poor .AoLa'igeod fortune hat overcon.r yourfeeiingt. From Ike 01 THE BETEAYID urn ibkt itaodem lake be^r i^.t. j thet the deiiiay beyond, depended irrevoea- ■ 'biynpnn the tecor of their fleeting iivee, end tac lenity with which they looked opoa the fratltiei of Ihti- fellow ereata.-et, itill whil. coademaiag, ready to pity and fargive. S'j Lanri forgot and forgave. When Kd- “WTll you goto the funeral?'    _________________________________ “Oh, ycst I'li go beeauieit'i to be at Kd-    ward with Mlf-ab.iemcct, ia;d open a:i h.i ward i hocie! bet how m the world they    hee.-t, and t'dd hureptnun; itory, she, htr    ,    _ eamt to take in tha* muerahle c.'cainre to die    p^ndealltuLiced, wept and pirdoicdtheput.    w there, 1 can't tell.”    They were married—end to thit dty, Lirra,    _ ‘■.Ah! Linit, von have borne her malice    neh, courted tad beautiful u the u, goea---- enough wbiie the lived—let the poor clay    lometimet in tbe ipirit of penitente to ti.ak alone, tbiek he- with pity, we are not ail    of tne geut!e girl, who, firtt ItJ by g.-atitoi;, il.-OBg Let the dead reil. '    fell from the eitate of purity—’but who in    '    Tae    p.aett ‘ I bate :he woman who ialii firm virtue,    (iod'imerey wudeitmed to work a reforma-    "hiie on hit    c  —    ---- I bale her. W hat' hat the no pride! that tmn in the flvei of thoee who had iligfated and '    “““‘FR    traveier.    On .Lsa-IJ  A-    t     i.    Ai    .    •    t    >    eaa    eh    ..    Tha.^    J    Cs..    »    .    V»..,    e'.a.    I.lla,. tlone iboold .'eitrsin her; her dignity, her intuJ'ed her, at permanent at Ú wai pawerful. i    Sea nndt of character. As yon tay, 1 Airr borne AndLJwird—Hand mg not uolated, bat let    «' Clfa milice, and even now 1 bate tbe very    apart from Ibote wno live bnt to gratify their    j-It® mention of her name. Ldward'i mother did    baicr puiioai, will nev r tbe leiios    ¡ a Cbrittian act, I inppoee, in taking ber into    taught him by tbe death of iweet Clara, and    I    We.pent    mneh    time tbeir family, bat I conld never have done it—    tbe item rtbake, tbe manly firmneii, the    o®®-'    again    tne    intereiii Dhe esriditioB of Erumni. and routed and I «leued tbe iatrepidity of Luther. Itt tes-.-pici are thefiBi't .peeimeni c( arehiteerurr. tad'.heh’gfaeit trinmphicf mniie are mivci-ited with 111 poetry. The text of so ancient author hu tnmmoned into operation tuci ■■ amtuat of laber and learning; úud it ha. ft oiiked oeeuion for the mo.t maite'lr etwm-p!et of critieiim ard csmmeat, gnrnmatical invcitigation and logical ana'yi 1. It .'lai lu-ipired tho English mate witi; herl-jliir.t _itrain; in beami gl ddened u n hi. a;..»    dark nett, and cheered toeiOEg oH'oope'ii. hi:eoLh..e.rth^^    Colnmb™ io tbUi“ o^Vrv ol; n't" OETHSElliirE *'*®*    ®*    ‘1>*    lived,    mite.''.    Christian    integrity    of    the    village    pastor. tole In    «... ..s : Sehwiitze and Howard, the depS'Ud Cnal- i-g ioea i”et in ,-d “>®F*1^® living Shaftesbury, are cast in tÍ.    ike mould of the Bible. Tbe rccordt A f.lie around Jernialem. Abfve all othen, the ipo! Ieut donbted. aid verr far f.-om ;he leait eligion, f.-om tee Koran to the Book of Mor- 3EU TAÜ0H7 1ÍE5. “Aon will be pnniihed for yonr haughty iiriie, Laura; remember, yon, rieb and be-'rieuded.know not her temptations.” ‘■Tempiationi!” ech-sed Lanra with a ineer, and a curl of her beantifnl lip, “no womaa has any buiineii to (all into temptilion ” Lm-a Bintly wai the hanghtiest girl in tbe ----------  ..    -    ,, vil;»g« of SummerWa. She wat tht only mar be, in iimiltr circnmitancei with vour- !®*®*®* •«“ lest impoting ocei, wbiea • '    '■    "yet    have riten deirite these tn sffl'nenre ihc Lite of tuc Mount o( Olivet, form a '■K« aokle! tort lb; nobleaCM iiiat liei In olber mea, .heptnj bnt never dead Will riie in msjeeiyloineot Ihmo own. ‘ I am cycrcome Mrt. Churlon,” laid Li. daughter of a rich old rctident, Jndge Bent- telf yet dy Jinit in a fa-nt voice, ''ind 1 btg to re- ly, whote pride, thongh of 1 different ebarae- ano r»n< (iri; and topported‘—-‘---i-— -i-i-    ..... diiapp-iinted tno d net pleading “icrio rout lyiteui being any txcilemint or Kíío,rd wmv;. Gjdei'of Geth^i.;;: 1;    if .'itcrtelotedbrahigh fone will; and when |    P®p®“®<l    "-I*® we taw it tbe treei were in bioitom, the c!o. ,    *    i ii,’ r.iu!,. .(ii .v!'^ h.,K i ver cpon the ground in bloom, and altogether : ^iX'^Vnt'o'f Bul““ gue'lilM’to^’th'’;^; lette aid iwecp to the pencil of Bucjvn; in- S    .---- -S    -, - ; I ! ssuicu luc lui 1.091    .1    II    ■'•e,    »-    ’.'HUg t£' 'plnmmetof EJwirdi. In ! •■•!, t'lu roilcc-tion of irtleH livei and letter, nas changed My dear yonng man, perhaps yon will be cuUted to tooth a troubled ipirit,    fiagrant    (ancv    of    Itii' ed to Abbottou IVk with her inpercilions, who declined for ihemtelvei, and alto lor their titters, the part atiigned t;en bv Mrt. Churloc—of bridtimaidi to their eldrit liitir. AndaitoJimci l’uiiogh*m. and “dear little Mary Seymonr” they pitied him for inch tute! Anna remained with her new.fonnd rclativet at Chnrton Place; they, worthy, tingle-hearted lunli, only regretted that, 19 ihcir acknowledged heircii, with a dowerof twice £1(1,000, the would be carried off by the happy Charlet before they had learned half her worth. ‘'Hnwcver, il l jnit uwell, lobbtd Mrt. Harriimith; "for if thrrc lionitciy t ad of her lover, and believed with ing uf the coadilion and comlort ot theiriei- *'t'11 this grove, eankered aad gnarled and her whole Heart tnat in him wu the perlec- low ereatnret. Taking inch illnttrioui ex- 'nr 0 rej by age, yet beiulifai and impreti- | tion of every manly virtue. Hit ptrenlt hid amptei for you' guidet, you cannot but prolt 'T? decay, it a living monamcnt of toe 1 PofciTios s>'D l.vFLtri xcz CT ::!r. Jr.' u — Tbe carpie laid in the eentie of the laree    ,1.    „e    v..,i..j old Uebioned room. hit yetrt taii itrengtb permitted, young Uim At Toon at Pt‘;-rLand wept. Xo caviling donblt tmn _____           C'iara’t    face    baa    bun    in    l.iedclicaUiy    love-    ,0.    i„ .MlijT.forai. .,wll..tcr.«'Bre to t.ÍG. ICl''Thí,'th?‘-K,\Thd¿.‘''M^lVi    li*    «..«O But part, though intferii. died, lora aweet itory *u like inbioiiticn, her ionging tin-tintheSaviouroftinneis, aud the hoi,    ;    — nóí.'íluo'!.';?’    ■*i** "■‘•'or of the' k*':ntr t L ■ " KzbeVl mg nnderstinding.  .......  Bloomfield-wu    L.-'-n    t    r.r,- ■ Vonare nut wrll. my dear Anna.” laid | •k'- ka'tle with tie Bn-.z t-gtt. A r, M-b. Chnrton kindlv *iien they were alone • «® 0» ‘b® mort dcwerttr tuioai in lt« they I don't want to eneourage you in giving wtv; therelore, iny dear girl, helare 1 lead Toii to Mrt. Harriimith, I with you to look a liKle lot pale and miicrable. ■ Oh, Annt Chnrton, whv do yon wantto lead me to Mrt. Harriimith!—the won't eaie a on! me, when my bandiome, lively liitcri are here, beiidei, yon know her niece”- Here Anna ilopped ihort; the wat ouablc to utter more though, with a detpcrate effort the ttruggled to appear compoitd. Mrt. Churlon regarilcd her with icrntiniiing etrnett- bertelf round our old fond hearti, when the dill leave ni we thonld mill htr next to onr own dtar daughter, who 11 now an zngcl in heaven. Should we not, Jonathan llarri-tmith, my dear?” '• Act. yet, my love’.’’ leplitd Jo:.i!bvn eheerfnli); “depend npon it, all it fur the best, if we can bnt make np our mindito taink 10, and the kindeat thing we can do for thit ilLnied iweet niece 1 f yonri, is to reward her lor all her pal etce and goodnest, by al-lowr g hert'. mtrrj that gallant, good youth, Mr. Charlet, aod I wouldn't uv to, ii 1 did not feci tnre he loved her, and wonld have ma:;ied ker, had it been pustible. wilhni-t t'tmmanger l»»r. ham. We have been l-.vortd, from a reliable .'jorre, with a bi-jgrapbica! S'ctebof Commander Ingraham, wnoic late . wlUot condoct in coiMuand ot the Al Loait, in tbe harbor of Smyrna, bu given him a woiid wide repota- UV'.. Commander Dancai \ Ingrabam it tbe ton uf the lite Xathaniel lagraauo, Eiu., ol C'barleitca, S. ('., aid bt'»!-*! to a family lu rctl. r.ara! ia iti fban. r, Allcfti.em, wiih tu-'ci.ij.'...!- we-! »!i ' "lii the Navy H:i fatter, btug tsc iatin.» (runi if Cap-mn Pini Jones volifi-i-rid uwder t’.i com-mrnd, wh'n he i'fi kr»ici ,r the //./r ¡I.m-y: ' -rg in JT'J'e . '■ »e.-;-kt with hlM ill ■P' tee in commence traffic and become thrit'.y. Everywhere they are at hame. Tk'ymiT bs ban-i.hed, bat cannot be eiptlicd; ne t.-oddea tc! •,¡iicñ7 HVretfce ’Ca'iiViui, forgetialof ¡down, yet cannot he crutned. Ualv iu the !ue preatataud abiorbed in tbe put, can re- L tiUi Statei, kranee. Ho.;»ad and P'utiia, fini entrance he'c; the geographical boonda-'.(• are too clear and diitinct (or an iattant'i iraui,,.iiij.uros« ve»-. when Lt *.. . to LdiouartL, there ;■" Gw pnrple crimtontloweri growing »Pprcnfi-edhim.*'ilt.auirLf.' \ r,<t Icit- the .'onti of tne trw wilt give him ampl: «"■fóú oíW. Ki?! «riheobuin IL-'g.t' .. tu.'.: '.iCfutn'de- ^«drtation, fo-tbe; tei! thr tnf ,u told of btFchik-    A, uid tae Cúianguur • deaia ol th igmg tobegone. her    -iein-r    . s:ga i.lmieU to ltd yet lootbing meditation ft w pnrple crlmion flowen growing abont tbe ronti of tne treei wilt give him ample food tnffering the Ue are they (nily citizent; bnt in 'pi'c of BritiiH I'.atuUi, the Haitian nkaiaand Ti -kiib carte, tucy proiper iiiil. The f rent n 1.10c 1 oi antiquity, tae Egyptiantind Ai'i.iacs, ; -c Ra-muc> and Skrtceni, have altcmpi'l to net-foy them but in vaii: while penal'.nwi am* tmel tort irtt hue on'/ tirv-. i t iacrtue )-i tbe tame tiope, 1 little beU-» Gethse-    .    ,    -    ,    . .'.facing the *:tT, are the reputed tomhi I theirnumoeraBd .tiniorce thiir u h-alom. ZacUrith. St. Jamn. Jehota- Be the Jewt ciirt net ,aly a nail of naval wtrfa-,. H 1 nacle, Cip.sia Juttph Ingraham I . S .X. wu Ion in the IS. ikip hti tTiof. w'.i-h which went down •t lea, and wu never heard of, a' 'he begin-uiog nf the lait of thii centiry. Hi. C'uiin. AAiiliam Ingraham, wai hilled at the age of twenty, when a Lieutenant iu tbe C, S, -Vavy." The tole exception in the family wai hit nn-cle, Dnncaa Ingraham. Kiq., from whom he riceived Lit name. He wu one of the moit ircomplished gentlemen of hit diy, and. lUU rCKaruca lier    bui    UIIUISIU»    uui-v.-    -    -    ,    ,    , nett, and at length a «mile broke over the old | tl>o«kn intimate with the Bad mg putt leM Udy’i lace at the laid with arcbneis: “Well my’dear, what of -Mrt. Harriimith'i nitce? I aiiiire vnu. the it all I conld with for at a men 0® onr country, yet from Iht ta»te and early attocialioni, he wt« a loyaliit in hit vifw't. At the opening of ihe Kev'In'io ife (ir CDarles; for. to let you ii-lo -.teeret I 1" j, he «mt to/-®roDe and remained inei. tL:.ugh Lctween ourtelvtt, I am not ture that until iti eiotc. John Adamt, when C-mnr,it-Cbarici would be pleated w ith me for telliag you—he it devotedly att 'ched to Mrt. Harri- imith’i nicee.” Toor Anna! Pride came to her aid, and the mcrmured tomething about “bring glad tz hear it,” a.kingiaa lower voice, if (he vonng lady refiiraed Charlu Chnrton'i af-fceiion. ‘■yet, I think the doet,” reiponded Mrt ,    -        .- Cnurtoi, “1 fondly hop, the doet: hot the i.; •"«o • ««rart at the of nine ;eari, dn-not one to be won nutougbt; and with true F'®(|    " ,.9.^'    , mi.den reverre the hat concealed her »H®®- ¡"“‘‘“f*    u ‘ " k 4 Hon, bntthere'l no time forauy n.oreretervc ! fnend ol bit father, being abont to sail in the or uonienie now, and 11 Mr. Harriimith dcwert her to nobly, and (nlly approvet Ibe lionerto l-ance, iu 177B fr>qnentlv ipeaki of him in hit Diary. lately publiihcd, a; hit attoeiile in Pári*. He retnmed however, fo thit ronntry in 17s4 gave ui hit adhermc* to the Government, and permitted bit ton tn enterthe Navy—the Lieut. W'llliarn Ingrthtm whom hive mentioned at bring'.tiled in the terviee. Captain Ingraham received hit midibip regarded her with alraott equal ditlike; and .Mri, Chnrton will be (llcndid. She hat h»J it not bken for Mrt. (.'hurtou'i kiiidneii,    ..    ..    .    *    .    -------l Auua't WBim aud leniilive heart would have been b'prlettlv eru<htd. There wai am.tbcr in'iptd hf'-eK pale and thin enough litely. and hat bcri pinlug alter her p'vriuot annt; bowcrcr, ihc 11 be ill tbe better foil for you, nee'i u''p9!CB9i. eiU1111U. .bbi*    nowercr, tnc 11 di ill TOC oriicr luiiiur/uu. ludividail at (ibu'ioD I’lae'.'. wboie smile of; Q,y and i(t off ell ytur brilliant beau- wclcume and efitelion bed rotde a deeper and ! more dangeroni inipre si'ui. run wat not al-' tiigethe; Uiinbierved by .Al't. Chnrton, who ts'aiid Ushiunable/'.vrvarr by tba eortrtit. Your papa It invite .¡—but of eoiirie be won't g'l—aiid Blanrht aud Liurt will ilty however, roui'civcd tbit eha performed ber    It    t    abioluti    ly abonioiS'. that Ana duly la ve-y oprnlv <f (_:iarles ,p,c¡d be 1 furwird iu tha nleee m • awaaa^ a*    i.    \ i ■ j, ' Chnrtm’i proipectt, toa of ber Ittr bi'ibtitd • Í will, in connectn.u with hie nephew'i ae-'tion. By tbii will, Cl.arlei wu to inherit j hit uaele • litge (irtnea on M'e, Chnrton’i ¡deceiir, who eojoud a life inlereit only; bnt ■ alall Ihrrr wuiap'uviso, which prívente I the ..■“.’■"'.T'j.-tt'”    S', Htiviib't'l'"*** t lituaa'» toautf TouTe v»Tf elffsM " » (ol'V I*®,».    , A«H lisse. iB.i.r<l I m'weltsrtta n«lKs VSTiic'. uBl» w.uUt,M(lg ""(lesi Mrtof lomake |ool».u'ifil «I »rw>. i Htirttt.' A lirrsol pf Attber« teiie« nlr aohtr»iOi Hitv'17 Iwel <g ut iiiUJlt'iil hetuBui. Boelli.i (IM (M'trrte'isriM i».n»«»in Hn.i ; «ith »'“('t*r It'*,®ett c®*'"'®! 1 1H'« • li Tt.iu •«» let "U VS I inrk IT Itjj .uirrf. euidtr purei V tei'iu S'i't /.emuU 11 It i> more than probable that Anna Aobotion would eoon htve bem riFi'.v.'J toa htppier home, as Chtrlel (.‘hiirtt n’t bilde; I'd onfor-tuiiitcly he bad bero bruuglit up to no piu-Irtsiun, and he could got think of dooming her (0 iLevitable poverty. It is more ihia I chilJrrii niiglit iill • volgar, ng'.y creature that tbe L! and ijquiet, too, and humble, yet eu inipertiucntly icll-puiieited and lolt-voired, that I've o paticuce with her eat-likc wist—that I've not. ' Heie l.idy Janet pzu-•eiC lur Lieatb. How frequently wc bate those whuie preieuev •iiisee lell-upbraiding, and it 11 in iUell a eilcnt rcpmof I ‘ Who CiU the (rirnde b.' Aiinl Chartou alludes‘.u? * eiiJ Hecrii'.ii 1''» tljest of Ib'i (suriiiGri. “I bop they'tt people of fub-ou anJ r mteqiience, I ihnald ibmk lo, u yon ar« aiked, lutiuma" ■'Aei, in; dear; ( -m Ibt way the letter ii S'S «lili „'tr»h«'uuo« go 'e. I'kely, too. tliat Lady .lic-f and her hnnJiome w.,rdt,i, it itnliM me Hut your anut pari sea eiilt would htve treated h m with a little I |irly liiiiiii we tbuaU oe mtruduced lu tbcui, mote consiilrrtii'm, h'.d it .i.'b'tn I'lr that i gurt »i in ngh she is a v.'y oJJ i»r» ii age. t.| Infilfi'f ,    I»    .At    «.    ■    M    '    ■!    te    ••• l.iiut N4iufpt!iufMut«i*u4, »*wi    tt(iirb    rtuJirro    fÁru    ru*th'jp ' leti—« Uri waicb cinsid Loin nr.' ‘ud i fpii- Ibf |iti B f T4t #4 fNt HIkli t P.ssiit tiow t F»'“ “•«''•'I Tkuats •srtv mHLslicd la (Le reariai». I r iiri ir «wii eiM-iiteil Ii.aunt Uuls "osiiK tlii"’ia'i srwr- wbtrli iisi lanuis-úi» he iisu'i oltwul «I tmre ti't lUuwB sulf sue MMieesail eslui hbre. Aad iMurauK'US Kjuu's.ns la rweiS I iius Asr in md l. rtets, a hsse au'u-ilous lile UbaluMh. IU sai.llind ■sris.llsru.s Afif «lurr» iBil-fiiiJ. (ill n. I. >,<T«i. frll atibe huwai •iii¡^nis tlir» bus b. ,ril. teliot tbahama *r ib ugslb-z bs.r eafii. till at tbaliu’ 111 t,«a«» 'iica »ub iMuan t,'. tellollbtbu'aaal..ii aawb wilb lbs r a.ten na\« üittg'rdi «rtrntv my . n4llM ftumatt lilt ¿ MttkUiili'Utbuiinul iltil.r Lei- '•! Huir I au„l twt'as Ibcii: «lUld toaud Aicisrrawiue .It. rsWuaHif - f O Mortal W'W tad aisbtlbeaal l l assswtd f-raa r-rvilusl lariuraMsani i bearu. d * Í r Sams fellow lu the I’blladelphl» Krgii  I bin'.nil, my dt«fi, y ii, / hut one I't US •ryaeiuiinree ew tiitxrhinge minyii; «miles will 0 wiliii'S-; ui sav ' '•••ü-'i ..^ gtnel," kiisinr Hen . iiig thi p''fen nonehsisnfs »hi-h Ihrte rii'..' as lAe art I'd: "eha must fitl pnda lu laities regar.lij him—th'iiigli ( harle. w is'    fts—it.» I npoiiible shi eeu mp il, will lo.kiag tad ag-ffable e .o'lvh to euJiu. . ! I u ii;,-e 1 pil) pi-zf Cbisiioe Cjii.rtua gertoi prs'I ol lass mrrceiiatv du. isi's t’. u |    .|, n.. > ,! 11 j«tii r y. a He'!'• I'tssi.ig 'liiirt hc.i, i'''i i .'iht't So ol couisr, I tiiiil ae- alliance, allwe bavrtu doii to iboiten toe coaritbip and lo keep within tbe ipecified time. But, come, 1 with to introdnce yon to Mil. HarriimUh before Liify Janet retarni. Jimei PuiinghtmandC'hirlei will keep them amnied for a while; we inait haveyonr four preity liiteri for tbe brideimaidi at our wed. ding.” Poor Aanal She daihed a tear away, and trying to force a imile—inch a f'thle !"•••>, light imile!—the followed Mri. Chnrton, wh'i tenderly embraced her, and who‘eemeil herself in a condition between laughing and crying, ai entering an apitlmcnt when a fat ilil gentleman wu reading, and t fat old lady wt,engaged in rarpet-woik. both with ipsr-ticlei on noiu, she pushed Anna gently forward. saying; “there the ii, and don't make mara of a tecne than yonean he p ” Wnpaii over too iutrodnetion ol Lady Janet aod her daughieri to tbe milliouairci; ber ecndeicepdiug bend, aud Mrs. Harriimith'i formal conrtesy—Lcdy Janit inrveTÍng them Ibiough hi r eye-giiit and inwardly pronoiin-iirg them‘'rolgtr quiizei;” while they were iteadily gazed at her from behind their gold spietacler, iilently dete-mining thet ihe wu hat "ordinary” lor an larl'i danghtcr. But how impoitible to depict toe utoniihmentuf Ltrty Janet on bebolding Anna, tearful and trembling, attled between the itrangeri, with siiher ban'l eluo'd in theiri, and covered with blnshei, u M-i Har'iimitb iiid with CO jsidertble ..Ignityi ''Wt are iudeb'.trt to M11, (hartó,I for the great comfort and hap-|.iirssol til s first iBtro'liirtion to onr niece. .1 Ml Abbotsoa, the only ebiid ot my dn eaitd tister. Audit mu't be a great eouiiort and bippinrsi likewise to yonr ledyibip. and no willliisoto Mr. Abbotson, to lii's lb»' we bavc •! I» our power to reader her in-lrr« life, p.thing, happiir llita tt I u bllh-' I ' art, prond.” frigate i'oayrriJ, riqneited -Mr Ingraham to allow him to take hie sou with him. “We shall probabh have an engagement,” laid he, , “and It will do him good.” He aeeordingly ' went to lea it once, at that tender age, and remained in active lervice lor two ytari, nalil the cloie ol the war. He then retnrncd home, at the ige’of eleven, and returned hia eduei-. tion at icbool. Since then he hat, most uf I Lit time, been employed ia active doty. He commanded the ill-fated Aomirt. in biuckadc dntv. It A'era Crnz, and other parti ol the (I '.lf, during the whole of the Mexican war, in I being proitratert by lickneii. wae icnt hoim but a tkort time before the wat lost. I' r two yeaii priviout to hit tailing for the gerlHipes'. ol 1... mrreenaty d:., i».'. f. thef.iir pmdeutlyb.-oozM apMiMi-e .tulu I.arty    ilr-w    hirtilf    pn.iidly    up, and rt-l tiuf'l, a.-d 1 louirlhing abont tbn "bird |i;!n.t if a It'p mother—ike ing'ttilade cl K<1' datighlc and,, “that there. ai,v ill I lilt on r'stead ll'o mittrr at ad, u sil' lili rtl k,."W aui'.'MDg coi.ccri.i.ig the Itii'iiy (< niiirti'i t of Mr, AbbotioD i firit tug", toss whirhwaila taka plu« witbia á given (Mllod—tba limit of wbieb Mri C-ur toa bezaist'ifbink wu rather itanliagU #«,, 1 tiling ihMe coiiditiuMi.t.hartes lorliittd all lir |H,amatiiH tAismiai Rigbl* tad eloeee ,|aini (o the (oituae, wbicb thia wngU a! I"'*** tmilsii, as the wf- ■uii'd t fu ea h la •Bb toll bit;    dupc'tiil    tuonr vatio It rhinliri.    •'    *    L.oiiieii. 'Ah''loH Urn ealns tad bull b'lrUi,    ||    Wit    liine Iu I'n Luty old lad; to beitii    sirnli.-ii .. a'l.nti' i. firt lrg*‘;Ve“i*«a‘'re'‘'u'“‘ p.e..urV' 4irt'l,hnr. I <®    *® «ÍF® ’"ID'b. prrhapt luM.-treivid hir giiistt with sven inu't tu»n and did ii',l tbiwk «I otberi at wt ougLt; aod atnaliif'atiily.t’d l.,f Fouad ln-e braoud 1 »® knew tint Air. Abbotion wtt Itktiiiedrf ' 'intt Use ealw tad b'il> b'lrUi, Totfu llasivu't utapul to to •• Io fao* Uia tlaraai seanai of earth-Iha tointUra ikat are east usr 'A h) changa >oar tnul'a uiiiolli..d iwlria Fas WU.S tiial fu.h 1,1 IksI Us os I bat wa w,iul,| ,lsi s I ui.a ooi oiiio, Msr# 11,>s i.o a spki so ,i Itsi I'l n — I bat s| Uk's »i H ia<, wblili wK r'.,olles 11,0 k'ts of Ibssa I ■ II,,., HikMf for. t>S" 111 si ll mUiMa- awsh IS gutli irritlktHaia'aao) fititt-ahoudsa. lUt hjauia, ataa s na.gia thud trato ISWM'U s<iui.s i-,*ss iatb«ii.« girasili ^ ba baiwMa wbm Ui wiamas of d, r' (iipr It wtt tuna litl'ia bus; uld lad; to beitir birtvll. forf.hiriM ictmad wuadirlnUy apt. Ifaclie in Ibe mattrr. Alri (.'burton'i kind hiailleltfor pour Anna I ir. witlnpiirk p-r rrpliiii:. slif hart re» ¡ ib«t ( oa !es "ae u-i; lu. J ,ln ..t'o II 'Cl.. lie, ILnpii;,. wis too bonoiable to br-.n.i i wm.l i.| I... ptiiu,i, latbeiar of o ie a liosa tail; tnali wtir to iiveia Biill Lsrlet had speakii g eiei—and <;uMi/i speak tiiiib III tpile of the most pra ' ileutrstulvei—but Iba eua waa bupelrtt, fur Alba bad pot HI Udii peaerul btr uan ia tha word, muck l*H IHlUIHi. Mn ( k;.rton wiihetiIII>ta«d scrnii4-11.. a'l.otu thru erobrtnng bir, mrneit to l.iitj J ««( «Ting. ' I am 10 gled yii'i a e C"U.e, Ltd; Jsii»’. I ' at art iiicb a'('!igiill ilpe''y h®'®. tl.a; I wrs ihiioDi you .„ i > . . •. A u bi 'iw J.Ti.n l*„if„al,ii'i-? i-e .1 (iiir. t-‘ ^    -•    I    .    -    s.    .1».    ...    S.i.    .    I.    _    .    1    ' hit m I'lu® »i'-b '■ 7 P" Id Lr aiiiri e 1 to u J 9.kail i tt le, my M >t silt- r, buJ i at ha Wrti i'.s.,„^bs,„. ..,.,1 „ ,    ,    .r **FJ' ®beriiiiug lulls i.oitr oi.,i,i-a I usus, ,o„"    ■v.ik.e'.i.i l'.'á'!.*!''? i''*’'•''leunnnced tmilii ' doaaeed lady wae touad. to tba parl.ct lali- ' Fi 'il; Jo i "• fattm. ,fl „rt„.    :    *,11    u„    ,,, iiig, , .ji'iitiil 1 (iiciusf mv Ilk ri .null—inadi bis'iio'iev ill (rart'.and by liLlurate .pecnla iiuiie it mIIow in,'ibc likr. But »' wire ot isla leil to male inquirikeab'iut iti.V nieci, in I un* f hop" yr.iir Uiljiliip und i,rr pspt •    > ,v r*ti»r;l el< ;o'i i’t m i.o,'ilefiil t    4    •    I    11    1-    f*;,!.') I    , '    ti ni 1 ' • ■ g hi r ai,, I I . im p.ot-i -l( I, "I 'f    CIO cn. lu.l I.How. eii.l uur Vo- i tiid luib'd, ■.eitl will bi tii.f c I fr know siliil .Mr. Abb'iUun ( u'-aa'i'l' iry pr.o-rert-y .lin>l biiiaklily, and wurd. Muck l»H Liiiuiai. Airi t burton i    bat    w.ia.    ii .?*' SK¡:3Í'Kr,rte¿7”i:rt‘£';¿    .......... .......... Mediterranean, in the At. lo-n. he wu at-taclud to the X'avy-yard at Philadelphia, the loeifty of which ci'.y will long remember him and bit aceomplishtd family. t puiu Ingraham married Harriet Rntlege Liiireni of South Cirolina a grand-dangbter, oa tbe paternal tide, of Henry Leureni, the Pretidcnt of the firet Continental Chngreee, and who afterward wae ciptnrcd by a Britiib 1,'igtto, while OB hie way to Prance u Ameri-r*.!i Cummifiiontr, and conlinid for i long time in the Tower of London. On the mater, nal lido the it the grind-dangbler of Edward It.rtlrFe.oneof tlciignere of the Declaration of IndependcncF. Hii cldeit eon Henry i.inreni Ingrihim, iinow a .Midthipman at toe .S'lvtl Aradcuiy at Annapulit. It it arurionecirenmitance.tbat by inter-ma-riagewitb tbe Amerirao family, tbe la-grabtm blood flowi in tbe veint nf enme ol Ihr mot! dlitmgiiithed oflicere of tbn Briliih .Ssvy. Ain'iug iheie wu ifae late Ceptiio iVfi.-ryatt, ('. B,, (tba author) and Sir kM-wt'd Belcher, K. C B.. wbn Ulely commaid-iil the Piploriug Kxpidilon round the world, ai d who now roinmtndi the tretie Ptptdi-tl4i' lai'lyisntontkvllie Brit.ib Admiralty, ,¡1 turbo: Sir Jolm krei'-lii Th* giand-iiiotben-1 botl.|ili»itollif< ,'t wuau Inerab-m, tot neir relative ol (.immander Ingraham.— A J.    ^    _ ITA celebrated driiggiit ol rkiiidelpkii bei' g. aa he thongl, , " 1 the painf of dcalb. leriiiiT Dr. C., »'i‘ <»»• Ibefimily phyii-kl.t, C. hiving prr-r.ibcd, wai ihiu. to take hit li va. wliiii l“e driipgiit ctlAj .(;ui to oil beJiidt and laid, Doctor, 1 have to.-.t ih'ug we.ghmg btavily on mr iniii !. Sr. al yeill ago 1 wtt in tU haLil ol ku.iiiert|i, / my nrngt, tud I bin now appiifacunre lot i will not be njrdnncd.    , Wet! Slid the doctor, lit (■ id Almighty II mtrtifolind Leiua; I ir"i>e you, if ] ac e he J’di*'yo*! d J'usieyn Jfza « A»*» '» <• '».—D.J von ,e.T k'.ua a little (ello* >‘f the ubm# ,,f Xi ih ti 1 Ahelleyl—one of the rrnstafeii? -b.l Ú c icnpi ary. Hi wit complaioing tlM ,.,u( tni ted intulled tio' W **#<1111111:1 e , .. . .1, ,v. ,li,. ■ Nf ■ 'A liv," ibiJ 1 III u 'Id d t i«e BLTlblng itsi l.iog in lhat X .1 > abbreviili.m for * k 'a it leid Ih' H"'’ “Ul, bitil   ....!    kr-    sp, ;'id It wi'b I (•-- I    . I„ui.i - I Wi.b a Mill ir.g- f,.„ II M.i I'lrt. 'il o '"'■"d say. Il„„ I-. Ll.g '' IT' '»'<h U.iu u t-i.-i.iliiii gtoat(<"' e'asje •iiilliee: so pray lo Gul I,* i( sviiy niiahsaid thee. Dz nul'.ieg »k u iLon wot list Aul Lsft GiiJ sea, llsiire „U,||'. g ahieb eilher wroa* Ihy piofsi si«a to Mk. M (<«*'’• hoMOf'« gtait. wv lit furtiijs .-novcd tremnlontlv, gnided by V.r,;    ^    j    .un.m.t    of Mount MorUh. ■.Uetp:Terf the flowe-irrnted wind, and J'-rum.?.nee. he    J    .    the of Sikam, the s-tne oi lomctimei a iprty ol eglint,ne looped them «..g «^averr HB fatocr dvtoTwhm he wai    tiieiiring    h.ring    ijec'i uiie. giving ian.iliagpietnre of field, val-    k    *'    J'"""'” ,ty, and gli'teriag chnrcn-tpire beyond, lu to inniv himself clotelv t^tha Innm for (••    Beneitb    it    ai et the open door «me the Village'paitor. a Cown    ®‘ ^fenece, is man yonthfnlan appearance, bat aiiha conn- u. «rl. .h„w,d .a inel,n.t.i.n .nrt .an/nd. i I '-'«■'L.the desired, and fm ior a moment btlore the corpse. A smile «,1,, geometrical problemi. Thete habite ne ' klidled hu eloqocnt fcitnrtl on beholdlBZ „nr4iiíá m he nn to the# m>eii hrf . the lovely, placii?conn,en.nce Then another S    ^ ■#»(#eniati«l .kill. Inongh bit butiat*i oc- Solo- __________ ,    ijecred tit ,t-erea:v ai miay dwellicgi in tombi beneiib'it and at the base of the gr«t bnrial final ruting pitee -rM. The flat Hebrew cha'-were laid, the vil- thai wle,.    '-ges.bove it aud inthecirt over againit it, that wtcn but a,.jj «Hence it almott ai deathlike, u in the ;'avrvard la mo;:ey p wcr ;ht J.wi Lu:J u úcir tindi the deiiiny of kic.'d'iffii »i d enpiitk. • hole governmentt '-..u'.e cr-jkmpt, and taeir •ov-reigni turn O -.'Zi't a', a ii-'ore v’s nod. H-lf a dc.;i (eat caa do more r.o preterre tar peace of En op* by 'itting Le-nind their deik,andpznittfitly iiy;nr '.Vo!'' to tne royal appiiean:i for inonr., than t I the 1* aee Congrtiiet and C.'uvaBuoni in Cu'is tendom. The liathienildt. t le Bi'iprs, rod Sir John Alontofiere, are all Jtwt an.-, wiih 'heir baakiag etwbiuhmenti tciuerca orei .. a.mui. .4    -    - — Europnand-Atia, wieUaicep’ren—'epoi'f- it.ilf. Here tte voice of hilantv ; fil than monatohi can lo.d. of loeial intereonree it never heard. Coming to the litera’7 prott'«.-■: ar.rt in-qniring snto tbe linetge ol many c( moetdii-Ijnauuiiea tcaoiara and men of scieocs, we lind tbe JuWi prominent here at Well u i" 4.    ________ aetivelife. Tne mott-en-'aae' in aitniu- ibe fliti abr.nt, abubtd 1 av htve been Jewt. « tie Hertcnelli in I viiica puted " *i    ‘Í    “®    •»    ■    ahrizk'Lz like tome gniltv thing. Tbit Cóíland. and Arwo lu hrance, tne ..troao- «0 »-•»* b:”ts;:^fd‘“t<!‘‘Se!;=r‘tiía^-ííei^iiiií >    :• on bit way Bethany wu wont ___,            loUoweri    the lablime trnthi ol being Itt bv '.be bioiiom-ccvered window, her órd'u^'jabom o^ X'ewwn " Euler** and otoer Cíarpeí- >1* *®®‘'®''J' *    *° eye. humid with tear.^ She wu telliag a tad SIi-lilVuLtrlhemaHÍu    i.*tab^-    .'!»»'»'    'i* dafifnte moiber.of nard The of Holland proved ficct.t. ltd, of b.-tter djyi. of hope    „    j,,    . betu-ned to the large concour.e atiembled, capi.d the entire day, yet he fonnd time I'>-'>h* bom of weial e.!,ea.t a.orrowful glance to-    ^l    hi.    inqnir...    ia    , ward, toe aged parenU and icn.^ whoH ,    g"se' .4 0. lue .ecu g.ieo« .uu .4,... .uu    ^    c    .    uv    .    . (itnde wa, on. of devotion. Sorrowful, e^ tiduon. applicaiion to trade, h: had a    “* ‘'■''’“^7'" edingly .a. tnat glance; yet Ihongh hi. -ufLcient eompetency to him to .et np ' » raOTf j, tor t mQiiifnt Mipjiie 1 ot.    ,,    Ih    thu    ««nipia    w*    ««ntoj    «J.;    ^ I.t.,.A UU d.zzy and A vit.c. puted    7    '    »«■’    *l>Ftok'Lg, like. attitade cee "'i bclor" ntr. She wai in aaca' when n an rnceU man there n no locial ing. The t'r here never vihratet with meloJioni voice of woman, the nearut ap eeleitial unnd, bn'. iBrouded In the garden btlow he wai betrayed, and witbia tnoia e.ty wa.U he wu crucified. Ev. 'rvthing it «leuHted to ieipire withnwe. and The imprtti on from tnth ictutt 4-.i.nót Itory of a tick and •ervicet ii-antily paid.    ,    ,u. auu me oun m- ■». «..uu u uc IfitpoverfT. and the ill.niage of a grtiping ÍMé«I““,‘!!r,/,7ü‘msI!tion'fj'’^f"'iní*i.a.l iTil''Fything it «leul«ted to landiord And Laura promised aid which the };|iroV:rtn*ro/e and Amlria.’uld^ Í on« . ' '•    Í'*„VdUt;';V never btttowtd.    among    tn*    greateit    n.tnrii pm- •Another icene.    Iciopber. of tbe age.    : In htr Itch home, that^umc tweet being, jj*’,,,    Ti„ niotberlcii, r Iccted, knelt of drtpair, you alone ID yonr power, let me leii my iiu iiory—om^ • !*r me. h«r me h--' for one little nioment. ' : h.rdllay, work of fourteen or tuteen honri And Lanra hadcm.ed    among hu pnpUt, he wonld on returning i.m, tenrnlul gettnre. bid them put that home, go toll, favorite ttndieiof aitronomy k®"'*' she. G„2'Ll.a«    philotophy.    “So    eiiraordinary her feel the girl yave her one thrilling glance,    attronomer    in    tke illed toue brim with agony, and rnihed ,mdy .( hi. favorite uience,” uy. Dr. Lard- -------------.    -    ,    . . from her pr»enee.    aer. “that for many y«ri. it hu been uwrt- ! «1»®* »* iinprepared to meet God ip iudg. “Let n. pray.    .    cd, he never wu in bed at any hoar dnrin* 1 ment, wonld not he «iHi»* to tk'Fi'h »he The rmh voice rrctlUdl.tnra from her too ,hieh the .tar. were visible.” Sncb appliea-' thought for a moment tba they tUll diau por, the »hü as she raiMd 1>®F h®»<i. or    di„iogui,b,d    riward,    1 they ar*. No. th.y are rewlved to bentow at- II e mao of God had loldeJ    hi.hand. upon the    i,„tovery tneeeed.d diseov-.-s-one teleicopi'    ttution upon thiisubjeet at tome fatur* time cO iB-uoontheveryeoflin.lidofenewhoae    ^ another - till, having fairly    '-perhap. a* the m.redian ol life-perhaps ol utcd memory the conld    not brook to re-    roamed tkrougb the bright pianeUry world.    '    when laid uide from the «'*. lod inxietiet of '**. J 1. II    .1    I    k    1    Heiichell died an old men, with n rcpntatiou , lile by oldage; but at any rat* at the bonrol Aud after the iweetly Ki(emn prayer, while w,H worth iti eoet    'death. Not to ipeak of the guilt attaeung allwereiUndiog, he luddtuly turned, beck-    ",    ) to «ueh p-ocrutinationi, who doe. not per- onod,and—it watlikca dream—for pale and u    ,,    ^    ,    i    ,i,.    ecive the imminent danger of dclcrriii; thii almoit tottering, Edward her betrothed, came    ,    ¿    , ta-iag of new i »"•'»®-''l‘® tbe nnerrUia Iiitnre? No man lorward, and ,®''    '.‘'VkTI,.’;!!.'’    l»ade. «iihoít waold'be afm«t“m-^ BE ALWAYS KEADY .All arc eoDicioot ol tbe fact that they muit die; and Ihe moit of tkoie who regard them- *“F.    ,    i;!;;    U»‘¿'dócrv oTelcmmriaa/of .''.m;? I ®P®n th® ‘'Fins.*'-<1 the bow bent la tba ban# “1 hive a painful July to perform, my a, .    TK.    m.    •« saonmn i.i ol God. Tba lolemn I’rondeneee ot God a.'* friendi, laid the putor, who itooJ with one ,a. to fet them decay pertiallv and then ‘ . Llmosii'ory npoa tbii inbjtot;-oua of recent arm torowBOTtr the yonag man- paialnl, ring the long Jry leuoai whi'cb oecnr every dete eipeeiblly, and wbieb le fr«h in onr ■ndyetplcuaMt. il it mete. jBitie. to on* *    ^    ^    j.gok    at that Imin of ears moving toi“"”""“"'“f----‘    "-Í    0»    ‘■"oJFod.    of    them    without    any    r*!    »Fom_tha    metoijsoUt ofJbe « ereitn who* . .    .    1    ,    -t pscllv arrmad the ilnmp**rió.mit¡, of a Ho; Uto. o . Uu    ,bul,l„c    , coaV pit, taking far. lertver on* hiiuibii hear*, and c< .«i before ___.;.i.    . „u.a ,i,.«„hi    sk.    ....    . yon no'w, tbe iawfnl u:onr ®r of i., . poor ftrpie. H r trn* la i.'t a,it. li- V, lie »»► • • ill !. I ■ 0 b moiij oil* b'.iirlnia-t kt' ' totrtfo'e elmiii,, bli.,* Wl.'ltt. The 11 : t fu -■'> . i: which is 'II htavi , ’ I '-Ii.c in (ui i me (    '# ' mity to ti • ’tiJ.o i«* ing “ tbcv are filled with human hcingt. each and «11 ol whom are rcnfidertlv eipceling !(• reee b ' the place ol taeir dftdntvi'in—none intici lateany otherretalt. I'"', aot mncb more than one hour bid paiud b'fore li'.y of tnat to companv were in the world to eoni*. Ho»' .“i.„rt,i.a'"how oBexiseeted. Comci there not he world wito 2 ■ F'-ne. i i-ió.* Gcr. an vj-'.i which arc delnging tbe world i-' tor ke mott part of the proanciiiint of Car t-ianued Juwi. uthoeeof He.i'tesbrrg, Tho-:nck. Sehleirmaclser, G.-e.i-iui, .'.nid.r, N’iebuhr, aud otlicri, whos' le.'-’td l. it net H.blicil eritieiimt, dida: .;,- ! icoiog/, and geoerai '«acred lileratn-e. are louad in the ■¡b.-nrrof every ihologieal itn'ient. .-(liiucrt, Lhe ftmont ikfidfl, wai a Jew a-.d so i:e Kurga ind Czeriki.who took tbeltrtzui a •; » rt-ligioni reformation in Oermtrv in ourd .y. Snch luve b«n and are the Jt*(. M s cr-i.iiiBitioB' Ireiplirtblcenigiri' \ l.viog, ic-petnal, omnipreaent tciracn' A •rr so tdomitable, to impcrithable, mutt rtvs Seen laiwd np and preterved for tome gratrt prr-f^—Vaojrrgatumal Journal. “■Wah»’t Mica 0» Kioorts —AnoHcrooe aecpinga to-ealled cookcy find, " wa. our iay acr-^ted by t wag with “How Jo yon tell orangei?” “Two ceati." “Well,' M'Jhe,UkÍD;oa*np.and tnrning itoverin hit hand, "H'W I' y®« «'i »k" elk»?” “Tbe tame pnce. “Sappot* I ififc yon arrV 'ha o’»"-'e »i ' ar.d takethecake?” “Very well.” “ftthii pie two centi?" “\t«11,1 think ni take tnii p't all.» »l.. ibitcadof the cake; what lo to:; atk n r . i-dcrf* ‘•Twocentia klasi. '    ... ■‘Take th* pie back •#'! give me a i>f A glut wii iil'ed, and hinded l > th* rai-ICmer. who, alter .wallow mg the tarn» and laiaekiagkii lipa, wm deliberalel.v walk-ug oH, whei hewat arretted with 'l’!t»tr Mr. you havn't for the fiJer!" liar friend acolly obeervad, “VA Ut ihouH 1 pay fort■’ •Tha eider, to be tore "Dida’t I give tun tke pie for it?' ’ "Yet, bnt von didn't pav lor the pit ' “V try well, 1 tiebanged Ihtetkelor it “Vm, bnt yon haa’t paid far that.' ' I gave you tba oraogr lor il.” “TMoraagaii twortnti. ' " \\ ell, why thon’d I pay lor it.' I didr't . i.i lv> iTVAs raeeived tba lollow ug yrsl. >y fi.i-n au ''tilventaroui (ilifurniau.’ Dear Hoteby,—Hera 1 «m at lait, out of 'biraet*: of a( hnitiaa. It u of little route- '    Wirr*» viir. Timb n Tbi*»—VAinter it Ii'iince. av t-i tbe i.itoner, lime, or P'*®'of :    time    for larmeri to fAiaJ—-iiring, iiini- ,«tl,. r. tJf »•< r»"'i®®o?7    ,    mcr, ind fill, to wo'k . aud f(ie |(i cr l.-iet ♦--  ■    ,    ii4iion’« labor will be f> litil' pri. ' li 'ue Th. VAi'Vi««a oi Buonn.—So vuluaiev. • uf the lirtt iball have Itm s¡i, .t. •V IrlghHoliiii.i'i I fcri III) I igl till to ' m nev, out of heattb. and retrl.r out ol „ f,„o„.,Bjiil tneb a prolntm» of retdeis, or, \ii th, plan,«(|l»e iinro. w bo tat -gid, poierleti lo il'*ik or brcoekoi. k'ur iliooor to.d-y, I whilliad lb* „ „ ,.aotiated ioto to m.ny Itiigiiagei. mrb , il-onld bo Uld ond w --with 1 doll b.-airii..' si.iiud (-■ liig Up hir car. at the s otlt iitton I up well roBiidi It ! iG- gib® liig up. I lilslo—in other worJt./iiwr'Ffurfood H;ui ,, i,., „|.,nir*aliiy of >i<'pirit. thtl no b"ok «lator. ÁÜ improeomeisu. t.i Ji»,<ui (nr ny water., hove o hammy bnifo to tptie, pisen forw.'d,    i,,,    h^    Iraliletu    #.    .loi.e    has    i.ten to .cw oponlMO, oil the work t' bedoi.o, iho ..'< thcpottio-i ((i«t swelled ntr poo to it. It* tt.ine« r'aa'm Iht chsld, its hui.e „ , piufol tight to ildea it widdfd Older I n, a tiro:rr Ilyiog ok .ul «I. lu I.MOMiortthe    gud ,ut oil, trjmg    i" ( I'ill; d'ccised the'.id bcei. otd he who • «opto Ini biir-y t. g.l nen "eiild act    ,,4 ,u prom »e. loetko Uol all naUr* si in On atl. J. rd BottcmnebotUrn biityee that way. wiwly b; enttiag onltbc aboeo. n d pMliag    ' wat eooteirwt ol ber Hiltonng; for ia hi. own th» inn® oB tbeli trnti or uemuri Lre'it li'* llauiing btll of eaeteieiici betul at    • al 11 a r. niou-iiig fn® ''1 htJ gout hut Baai Tirt t. l.arnari —l b® ' l.iuia. A hai.'l»•• iti "''1'• htr thouiiicr. growi on a itrn.e lorh. tko I'.'ii' bhi I'.arlod with I Uibt I" J—0 poto of dark iih«« fii tbn ntkod brinrbti. th gtsy lyet, a plititil fact bordered with 0 the m.oiIJnriag raii-i. Ihi pm® a“<l ®' lai'Wy 1.ill, Icaed tadlp into hen. H wta n.iin treik andladelrii amid ih® mrd it-r I'olhfrI' "» li't'oined. Xo word ba<l g| i » rereding year, and aiii 'i. H< ..,,,>e    ,n '":® 1(4 .'»epis iil'ied, nra.'d i- iilliiiigireiu ...iii'lMtig I" - M I 1 t« . !l. . Ii.e .. a *    ....    a    wessll ittfuiutorUBg aituri    ___ _ „    _ eis'prf "I religion, Ikt stminal trntki ol tke- tbiafi at "Uce. » •( • I .,-. 1 . (vli'.ueiplaael mmali, ao<( the ra.ui.), .«'« «S..I :kr t ...... gk.J.i'i nt:.ini''f H'»'»®! tioaoiiv. Me». ,a plnmeaH, 1040. -f *»' *  __t)’< has. utt'ii bledtad b* 0 bnmad to rieolh; ,0141 can t be toad <*'I _ redar ro. (gr ttu< Lmrolto it. It la the tbeair ol isMt- pi.iM away, U< pi»' mrditafloni tena'appMl, la Uo Mtira rango of lllart-| ea'irti, aid *« ■*' P'cra ' i ' f ttlAHl e II or-I lingl to - lit -A 4 1, . I lis!; I itpaite, g ivaaoo -e-: Od 'ik ag . - ...........T®*F . ,    ®0'    pit **d I' lelliiiigirei .... . , '* >■ ' ■' ►'*(•' '( .ulit.,. ' :ig, Iiid brr btad upon dorhe.l hour of let.. ihtlki . Hy boauiii.    iraui d Ibe rri.iooii I lie «ear; will'pasiej bi , weiliog oposi ebei of tbi dttulil. iciuib i4f illor'i laid bulb Edward aad heart. ra. I arb bed bi»i near aaengk to tba grast to to lb wlibia, and lorveyiaglbt minglid fic •■iwrlthal Ue ■tb.tollb' lewlyaad the kigb-bora. forget lota timsrlf It tboottoinae a tllppt^^ ill Mva that Uit wat ti*s( eomawi lot, aad iieom afirlod. It IS pil'l' tveo be    tu r I    4 '    Oik lito Iraqneotiy quolad o-ttllr• .4lu':>|Mlg (letnlifiil    r-I :    i ' intjori'v nf all tbe book, pub- I:    .44. will ill the    li, 4»    , i veil m 4 • nertiuu with it lie    > '    '    '    ’    *    '    ,    .    ,    . it    (wine    lit    ieaJiiit    Kitbera eummantod nwoo 11, and th« tab-    in    i.n.'j‘■|l.r!«‘i.l,r¡..    Vit’eri ill. . a,.4 b.ukiu ar u. d't u ..of lb. witddfe tge. r-fined noon it. ...    ®    ' .pu.    of    the    bn..O|do„,,.„„    11 so.'.u'J "■ '.o', sco^-.h-r    ••••';;7¿;^'**TSa, Abrtb^^^ 'Old 111 IS    itúBi I rhrlwiii It wii lied ibe    ?    L*i(‘aa hO«r bef'S'f me-i p, I.t, .l.;.o    of Abelaid, aad tier Ihc tc. .    d    *®f?    JVw.cI die. -id    -e,    -! tcu- iBgtwki'f ol Aqniaat. Il g.e.lif. 10 ihe ro- '    j lífTantílVv ¿r In -o'.    ,4|    i.t'er..\.d H«l« »#d l’®to®Frb res. ^    ' lolfdii If pogottadimaguy H .is*, from «ah laaauy. I who rouldti'l ecu- .

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