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Dollar Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 15, 1853, Cincinnati, Ohio ■i í 4A ÍAPEfi rOfi “THE lILEiON"-iíifDEÍEltfBENT Ik ALE THIÍÍ6S üEb'TEALi.^ iíüTHiííit. VOLUME XI.-NO. 10.CINCINNATI, THURSDAY MORNING, SEl>TEMBEU 15, 185:5. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Calf. fur tht CinnnuU Tib TO MIS< LIZZIE F- t« OAUlMkM f—. bunu&4 itngkUj. buffi.n|itve At»ir be«n'«nA%i hilftbn imm Ur fl«ac of tovt • eobiooliBg Tbou boot toU BM UoB éoü loot MO, Ab«J Ibuoe ocecoU Ucabiing avtot Foil OBchio'iric i>B my o:moea U 11< Mt vhirh Mfiet'd oooeit tb«Mi    c«<Mt    mt    boooffl Ubo • d.i«e uoto i« Bff Ab<i our heurta ip >ke to eorb ntber. Wbiktby l.ptoBiiBo wm p.on'd. Moau^U lucb our h*e iliummr. Ao ibt •ig'tttiiau d(«o Oil ouim ~ Foil rcgofiog vnb ihtir ririgbiucM aU Lb« gloo.n our dMjc borae. Aodcot I tofffuhro»^ Nf'ff Wbiic m» luui    u«l    tbrv Wbi otb* AltMo/ccfouu'd « .Ibiuoo i Loti Ue nvert octt U« Oil heiore I mrt tbee bore 1 Roved anil burl to ^««ut» i charoii. Bui ontb L tiT. dcareot L>u.r. Vübeiob'Tc'oolaroia. Th(W I vorobio—<» liuv vUdJf!— Bot tbe poet’c art cto toi) ~ All <B tpini ferl I to bee Bouod viU uiiouoox IIV.Í. A^ Pllio\«tbae.tinshtcreoli(Mi, vbtle Í 01 Ic'tored lu iL a day, Aod i'il vortliip tbi-e ao lUiu-!. Wben tbf ootti ht'b po^i d aWay. iNcUiiiAri.U.,bepu:a>irrd;b. From tb« KoxlterttoeAer * I’d kiDd o’ like to btv* • cá Filed oo ionie auaii) aiope. a epJt hre acrre. more or I«m WiU mat^ea. cedara che'ri trix*. And pj*4ar« wbtUDiOg lU ibebrcrze. **’Tvould ««it 0iy III e I (u«m. Tobare tbeniith viU mo>v o'erbuog, Miib ed • of iieudaai vooubioeaeung. In aiery '»r!l a he • And round m> UUice vmdov tpreMl A clump oi roaea. nbilc aiid red ■‘Toaolace mine and me. I kind n’ ibiai 1 abott dtien'r,* To baar*r< MBd the U« m acboir 0. vuod birde •- gncaveei. Tk <e miMM I inr Ike girtt «kd kojii, (I    twuor    tmw    ) kod il k'Dd Hrh,-«ii tbouid b rM mr ktore »itb lire or eii nr enen ■ore. He> kippy I tkeuld In' ’ Mi*Y YALÍ. •Illy cviiikeruUvc lugau J itamMio kt «LT. kkk.riti. TvMik theepnuf limdolmy :fe, Ik • !>«•• • leoi daln. 1 neked tob« «y o*n dttr oifc, IbecrMir lá.ry V'air. Mm oluabrd. and xiiLad ak<) hnnr btr k«iJ. Wbrn t' r« I srreibtd love • lair Aad ikM 10 imnrat «nrata laid. "I ■ Ihy drar Mary Vale ' ■loare—tby deer Mary Tby dear Mary V le-, And tbe 10 an erioei aceenie eoiJ. -I mlby deer Kary Vtlr." ()b1 bleat «111 «liea by biriido, Bui Mar, lekdrk r»a Aod ere ei'e'd heaa tao muaike my bride. I!«t myMary Valai And c loily m* dmb Mary ilceti. In ibat tnduded dale, Wbiirt I can ualf etg’t and veep, Ma y Vale. ioat Mary Gle. Hear I .a Mary Vale; Wti'let 1 caa inly nob and «eati. lor dear loat Maiy Vale. THU OLIU. OkATII. Vpvard aleali (kf Me o< man. Aa Ike auntbiot Uvu ibc vail, I'rom tbr vail into Ike aky. Trvm the nmm along theipire; yguora or miiunTal.iTT. Wken I c «aider Uie bonndlaat toitiiy o( riur minda, Ike remembrance vc bare o( ibingi pati, onr loroaisbl OLAUrci Dl TSKI; OR PAS.S10N and PRlNCll'LE. kT BOkt CUPPOIB. caerTkA i. “He lefi her laktir bvknty'iBrhle, Sadly to iit klone; He ibkt had vorihlppod •! bar Mde, Akd tremblnd nl knr kivv. He un ker -kkd vllk murBera wnnk. .ktiove kOulBar bnn(, Wkllc yal tfceflutk rrkaoo ker cknek, Tke greeilnc on her toD(iie.’’ I    a. w. rams. "Plorm, m; Jnkr," kkid Mr. Jrekting bu only dknghUr, ki he ckoie home from ibe puit oflicc one winUr cvtning, kod I drew ophia Urge nrm cbkir btfort tke glowing igrkte, '‘vill you hknd me my khppcri and ; Ike treoiug paper!—ud tell Nkiiay to land : ine up a cup at graaa Ua and eomo drr toaet: that vUl kueaer (or my euppar to-uigkt, ki I am 1 ku eery tar Irom kungryr." i “WoutyoQ hare one of my nice vklflee, I papa T” returned tkn peraon addreeeed, a rert gracelul kud beautiful youLg lady o. peihkM uineleeu yeari, ae ihe reached her (atber the deeirtd elipperi aud jourual, aud tken itood with the door partially open, avaiting kii re ply. 'Mr. Moutroie looked vary kindlv at hu daughter tor a niumcut, lud then laid fondly, “lei, denr, 1 vill taka one for your take.— But pray ke iu haete, for 1 bare eercral lettcri here, tbe contrate ot wuick 1 ana eure will in-tercet yon Here ii one for yooreelf, too, irom couiio Clarence." ‘ Couein CUrcueel " repealed Lora, in touet of gUd eurpriee; aud the next moment tbe wet guue, to return, boverer, in an incredibly tborl tpace ot lime, beariige in her own Itir baode a ealrcr with tbe wuked-for re-Ireabmeute. Tkvee were toon diepatched by Mr. Mon-irotc, and then, a little anlkracite huving been ndJed to tbe fire, and • pretty thade pnt over the glaring latrnl lamp, the lettere were produced. Lura, dnnuz the reading of tbem. tlreie cloae to the aide al her la.hcr. and with truelmg londncte gued into hia clear, open couoleunnee «a he read, firet, a proay epietle from a maiden nnnt who wae plunged in all the horrura of an eudleae law euit; eecondly, an unimportant though lengthy mittire from an acquaiutance lomewhere ‘ant Vteet,” de-. tailing ill the tríale and tronblea of pioneer I liU, and laatly, “long looked for, coma at I laat," a long and entetlaining letter from Lo-. ra t third cooiu, Clareoce dc Vere, who had i been traaeliug in Kurope for the paet two 'cart, but wat now on tbe eve of ratumiog ' Lome. I I'ha epiatle from him to Mr MoitrMe gave I a glowing account of the eighta and tcence ^ which he hid wit netted in the old world—of ! hie imprcttiont of foreign life end mtnnert, and hit own intentionain regard to hie return , I to Amcriee ¡ bat hie letter to Lore, whieb wet rncloted in tbe one addreeeed to her father, wu tilled wiik aatarancet of joy and hope ; which thrilled hertoul with deep delight. ''imrt, my own Lom," he wrote, “ere tbii will hive reaebed yoo, I thall probably be g it on my way to my nitive itnd. Amarici I Two yetri—long yeare, when I Mr. Moatraee did not tntwer at onee, hat areeeaadtmhmeingktr fondly, tnid, in tenet of Icracat RMty, .'■'Come, IgMw, let It implora the aid of divine providence to eoahle him toyein nt uoce more in pence, nod hatlth and pru«parity; tod Two yanra «go. come Mieknclamt, 1 the wifant Sir Kahcrt Allnnky yen know.itcvce BOW in eomewi    .          ^___________ ciream-laaeu. hat at that time we ware tkao-! tnl aip.-CMton in bar toft, hrovn tyea that called hie wendnriag Iknnchtt lately poor. My mother poMttted in her own withuot hoeiutiun ha eontmned in a Vulea of ' Why Claitaee " anid Lorn, Inr it wath-^r. A glad UcM ^ oaar the frame of Lira I Uow bag ke woaU h... ,eme.a.d la that My iatkav, at | Moatraee at tke haA.-d tlmae wer le. aad eka poaitlow we lanw not. kad not a aerntin hand lint atrailOBod I looked at UlAnaee wiik eaca acatnriig. kopn- bae* laid np>a hU nrm ud a tweet Voiee re- rigkt, t email cunntry riUa la ■ ■ ■ Me 1 aalntnkla! fur the mercy and lofiag kiudneai I tifni aud accumplitbid girli witkpkick he hu thli far crowned oar livu." toon after they kid ronip.'ctcd t -ehire. tad eneh etrncet trnfi that it earned co.,virtion “ere yon faiciinted or intue ! I with It.    are tiUer n tumcimbiliil. thit we. nnworthy though we ue, aiey no-h« ! thyro we rrnlded. .Ml twoelderaietert, bun    _____ were_ idopted . _ “Wku 1 arate yon that Ixit letter, diar ebarmed., let <u go dow R«« ly. yea lotttic, or to the thare ii papa tvaitiag oar With a lifh of infinite relief, l)e Vare Spring for pleunra." ^ after they kid r-ioip.'ctcd their education., Imri. for to f trait yon wilt iiiil perioit me to Si 11 wu 1 toncbiug Mciii, the father and i by a ainidcn liitcr of my fether, who ruidcd t'rmyoe, notwithatandiir my aaeartbiaat daughter to lieeontJy hnetimg by that family ¡ in l.oodun iu iplcndid etyle; aad they were -1 inlndcd to leave England in n few dayi altar, Mr. Montroae raMtuig in eulcmn both eo íoetnaate u togat g^d bnihande, ud my retarn ku Amen o. 1 Iho-ght, olao, t ktorl-felt tooea, the bMnbltl proyer for^ho a | arilliiat poiitioni brfore the cloit of tueir 1 nod left Sybil Moraugtea for tho lea time bMuianl wUe Ironiag t*oitiegl ot ten, ood Loro bowed with pioue veuorouou , lecuLd lauoa oat. Ai for myeelf, being aev- i end tktt 1 hod antking more u laor from the ud be loon forgot til hit ttrp' before tho “giver of every good end perfect erol yuri vennger, 1 wai obliged to remoio eerpent-iike ftteinotioa of krr marvelio,.! mer’i tppeoruce, in the loci |ih W hu they nruae from their koeee, itreogth* taed IB faith and pnriticd in tonl, Mr Mon trote hitied hie deeghter, bode her , oad then withdrew, fxirt eoon followed fuud|oight i|lowed bit ith my porenli in torluiion, and aa eiilo - heooty and groet. Bat, olu, 1 wu dect ived    _    „      _    ___ from tfaoee gtv ícente of which 1 hod once or i < met Sybil tgoin, and wu ag^io chormtd gamed etreag'th with every oddeit day, and twice ubtkincd tglimpte, end which fired my I into an obiiriOB to dety, kcoor Old offectMu, wb'.ui be leally loved aith t parity aad fi-biuod with irrrpretiibledMire to join.    lea thni 1 iiagerad aear her in toul neglect delity which bade fair to withiund all the . lie at toe lor-eoeicly of Lora, wkoic gebtit, holy iiflncnee over him ktd ■Whit edJei tomyviiktion wee the fact j of all tke tiee of home and iricndi brulbing taoiputiini of even Sybil'i iatoiieating I ; to the Ikviib ritrtvegenee of I munwkile nu atm«<pere of intui eiiing de- ty end wit. aitmple, and ere long wu eleeping the le-I that it wu owing my ftlher in bit yonngcrdayi, that 1 wu de-' neaniau. II mat wiiatrtoee ot rep I be lollowifigavt priVid from juiuiug in that eoeiety abiehmy itorou pattion.of my promite to return to my ftncy drew ball of thk'ecaeon. Clarence be- l«nd, ud to you, my pure and lovely held Ue Lady Sybil uainpia, eua ere lung wu iieepiug me le-i tuat It wuoaing 10 the Ikvitb ritrkvkgtnee 01 I munwaiie an aim«<pere 01 intui etimg de- ty aud wit. rctbing tlamber of youth ud innocence.    I my ftlher in hie yonngcrdaye, that 1 wrii da- 'ligkt.ud keedlau. in that wildtraeee of rep    The following even log    at the moithrilliut CuAma II. “She vti t kkentnin •( dgiabi, Whaa lint tbe eteeaat 11010 ler tmbl,— A Mtdr eteariUub. acbi Tobae B 'Oi«t 'ecriiaiii*«t. Upr eyeeie eureol tviUnbi fur. Lihe iwibibt w ker tuuy ktir, A e««c.iia ibpVc—nk iiueap eur. To hiuat. to eterue. taJ • trie;; —wuaneWokTii. birth would have entitled me to move ia—| aative llii debii were both large and nomcront—indeed it wei impntiible for him to liquídete Iheiu wiUoat ueieUoet. “Itwu under Ihete uuplc.jant rirrnmittn-cei thit lir Robert Alliutay, a kachtior of raak ,    .    .    ,-----------,     ,    again,    Skc    wu ar.-a;td Lora.    u Ue Qeeeu ol Night—a very apprnpriete “Sybil, u 1 btve before told you. wu won- eoetume, b/-the by .u ike dieieca ib dee) drouly buutifai and ceptivati -g; end to- maeruing, lilhougb De Vere ktd laiied to eb-wardi me the eaemed to hare tuned tiie whu'e lerve it when be etw her tbe dty prtviout.— volley of he chtrmt. Sue enrreeded in her On tbe tvtniug in qoettiou the wu itured in Vrorn Ur Boehm Trie fog. nu TMUIUMIU niCBXiX A HINT TO BORROWERS. • T CAJU. CAJIIAV. aiB'Taaec to which eke hu eahyacttd yaa, it) mef at pvodaetivt a< heaoiit.* ;on B.    IV    aieLA>D Mri. brown ud Urt. Aiemt neighhore. If Uu n» i he-.n in cit», tbei ighf A good idea, «ud Ue w Jc. langhikg; 'lad PcevmH u kia depariare far Eaglaad, Mr. i! it better to try tbii rourie thin to rtfate Gaogk enlarUiaed donku of kit eoeeue in dirrctly leod'iig i«y fa ;fccr—thet woeld on- ledtnrtkg to Eugluk atfdiencn. He luertd It prndnce ktd lealiig.’    e fnead that he knew he thoald make a feilare; And yet,’ wid Mr. ‘we miul cema to ihkt hie lekjact, hie tlylo, kte cveryUing, the* fmtliy nnlcei tbe preeent eourie toe- avald not lait Kuriuk eadieaeti. But it ear eceúi    tecmi that he mitjndged->«e will be toot Irom And aeit morning Bridget wu tent in Mre. the following cnract frwm IHe BrituÁ Bt». might here lived tbo» fa.'b-ioy jetri witaoat I Broei i to borrow bul a UMen tambiart, a err, edited by Ur. Camphrll: mikue eaek r.ther'e nequeibUece ft Saw. r m tmrg-iraUr and a eauplc olehteU.    “Mr.    Guagh    ua    wtL-adyuttad mutiK ol cvar, Iht vuikgt it wkien they lired wu bj; . M-i. Brown wu eiirpr-ied. Sue had never . the poet, orator aid draaialut—la fact, an a tmall oee, vieinuy at urilly ltd u- fimilik- * before Teceived toeh an tpplication frem Mri, tagfuh Gavuxi. Gongb it u all rupecu—in «eqnaiotaurc. ud Uie to u ibte'cheufk of Adtmt, aad the ewaid nut halp webdanag, etaUra, u voiee, aad u force of muaer—ou amvkborly coirteeiee I will na* in i-, eaiii-veto eie.utivenHa .1 a eoeairr village—to "kMpuaeekcil teobe ettlf. at tae 11. Lmry uoe mahci u t point 10 an', v t'l about crery body elee *.nd fceitircricved if heeidea, at tbe mieccil<aeou natare of tbe . a eealt coittdcrab y lower thaa tke great llal-lota riqueetcd. Uer eorpnee wu lacreaeed ,u orttor. Garaui it mora graud. more on the loiloaiag day, when Bridget brongkt! uagie, man Uoronghly lulian, hot lete td-htr miitrcken' eomplimenU, tad would like I tpied toaa Englithauaitory. la their atUral to ^r:ow bar etothea-horM.    | aiuibntet, buwever, they nave much in eom- following it on my way to my I America I Two yuri—long ye.... ----- . reflect on my Hparation from you and my country, but thort yean whau I recall tbe picunre which bax nttn mine in wandering ihrough the e'uiic, ihtdy ud lunay vrovea of Eurapc—btve flown tince, with ud hearti and tenrfnl eyct, we parted beneath the tryx-ting tree; ud lOon, if providence xmiict, 1 inall be with Ton once again. OhI hnppy, fatppy time—when 1 «hall xee yon once more end realiie all the fond aaticipationx of hope ud iruat io Ihe loeiety of you, who hare been to true and coniUnt to yonr plighted ! faith I I “Hou uked mein ynnrlut letter,dear Lora, ; if I had never in all my wandaringt, met with ! one who hadeauud meto forget yoa. Moat -uinredly not I 1 have been u line t» yonr : memory u the needle to the magnet; oat I wUl be undid ia acknowlodging to yon that 1 met in London a lew nighti xince, a ereatnre •0 faicinatiog. to lovelv, 10 iagennoni, that it rcqnired the cxercixe of all my fortitnde and principle to forbear being eaptivnted with her chtrmi. “The name of tbii ehtmer ii Sybil Mor-nington. She it the third and yonngext TBI SnaiT OF nUUSTHkOFT. A xenxc r,( u parnnt viH To bgp .kxli wlF b-iig. amli umblobort-tknll. II you kxFe no power of givir g, Ab «nutoxidtbe«f»k, A Inudly hand'olhe treudlew, Jtiod v,-1x xo xbon to xpexk Bat vbox*. > cbo ix eudl. ?b“    ■ teion of t noble xtoek, ii in redoeed eircnm* xUbcet, '.honih itill inffieiently able to miin-' Uin hit itmily in genteel xtyle Hit two eld-ext dtnghtert have married well; end .Sybil, It who»- • cbo IX eudlexx , f w.aid IX vide, tkw tainex are xmaU, be/ max be autliuia. bM tbit art all —Milntl. Tb.»rramvhu.^\«“re”«P««dr liu I «.too hady Sybil ii brii'liut, ‘«•«‘llnl, h'Khly ae-iltx niiiiXrr IIXIITII fr ny itmiaxiiif nl int irjrnrr eompllxked, and very amiable; batlamtold who hu been in xeeiety nearU two vure, it reported to be engaged to Sir Rlobert Alluky, ! an opulent old nobleman, and t bachelor, of I perhipx three timex her own age. I “1 can lenrtely, however, bring myulf to ' believe thii ‘on dit.’ nlthoogh it ii trae that Sir Robert ii very devoted in kit nttcntioai. i _________________________________ ^ lound to vur all ^hc^id^lbej bate mlbi world -M t< ,,    See    bow Icneeth Hie nooalcim ■ uiile. Yea little hil nv brxpei ila breaxt. And loxsix aid ipxrxlra lor xvbilc. Aad. iburaiunbe, then xiibaidax 10 real. Tbux Ban tbx xpon nl blixx and care. RiamM Tiine xcpcotful aea; And bBPibf xvalW a moxxibt tbxrc, fh ua nixita uiio «rruiti. .npt —    ... ,r«- — '    I ttrvMoiiuu bul jeienikbna iboae Indixu who are 1 goet not poatexi mneh depU or deeition af I . .     -    .1    I .- , eberaeter. Bnt at any raU, it la very itruge that the xhould aoeapt his addrexaea when Uere are at many younger and handtomer I men whc wcnid gladly claim her haul and ! heart. 1 cu only neeount for it ua the xeore ¡ of wealth, fukiun, aud an enriable poeition I in xoeiety—fur nil theu would be her» were ; the tbe wife of Sir Kohart “1 do not knuw how it ia, dur Lora—and ^ to 7°° tlli' confeatioB may appear tlrtege ia-Tx. tbiaetietb» world ireubixaeoql.more Ibuoir- | deed-hot when I am m the aociety of Sybil, erir.ot'hplexi ol    poitrty; aadiudnid    itix txora    ifllic- ' 1 am eatraaced, bewildered, to eneh adegrre tioa, but bkxad «Bar .bx    tbxi llpcb    IX    hwr    ba« lie tbet for the time being evorrUiat but her uUdoU IIS rtrfithle remrdy. The judieio.x unlicaion M laduxtry prvd BCaul lempereaex 11 a ceiuln cure. '    grace    and lovelim 11 forgotten — -Raexa Baliou.    11 seem like one in tome wild eireeu dreim of ; pleunre ud delight: u if tome tempting ' Syren had Inred me into temporary forgetfni-neu of nil my put exutenee ; and not till her I image ku iadad irom mr riaa, ud her voice of exqnixiU melody hu bun hotbed by dia rataaxRcx or noon uaaiw, Mnrt avoH thaa odnri exugbl by tow wao aailx. kxar tpcy Xhor-X ol kn'yibx A taoatxad I max n.areexn'iixi'xly swtal. Tbe Irvfb' of holy fcdiae vhirb «• meet, (a thooghtfal woBMBit. wallod hr'bs Vrei ■    ■ oghtfal wflBUta, Watud hr 'ht nlax    1    «x» oeeo busucu py nix- iixMswkm qnud Bra wilk.ot bowera whtrtib ' tancc, do I rcoovar a eouiCioatBMiof the paxt. If rext.-*»idiwonb.    aod of my love for yoa, my para, my aafor- ikar ^ gotteu Lo'ra I I ‘ But I have Molved, after many vela at-I tempu, teteu myxeif from tke wilei (nnooa-tciou to her ihoogh they may be) of the 11-: chutreu, for I ful that    it it tu more eulpa- iigxe Bay prexekol tke world xadiix duty    hie than fully tor me to    linger Bcu her, td- lO prrwen uy ol ibnr parre 'iiuic iiwdca, ding fuel lo the flame of oar matul prutknt Kred. .Vlnriuiixuioid w. ax ^    | time, hidden her tdiea, ud la a few abort weeki ihtll ke igaie oa my own native aboru. "Uatil that time, dur Lora, 1 kid you adieu, iviiea xaory yonog brev'y rwe eaddoia i,r p|,„ure |    ctaaanc*    aa    vtaa." W¡th Wh« mlogUd .motiani of joy «d AlSt lor tbe hoore^r^iji beTlil    grief, lod fur. YroB tke PkiladMyhia Kegater. ULI) MllbS. • I lAt^l *»«. Uni xat* Bay praaek ol tl UP Andw-ftxB.y roxoi iiiaiuwe li btealy,' But / H tay I word^ poor MadeiadUU Uxidx yifnrtubaUlOid viras    xxreua- Cbxipraoxxxd Uid Mxidsl I'U tlaayx xpaak ap lur poor xwadpivd tUd Maidaf _______    ____ „    , ind fur, Lora pcrued that preeioux E‘*    'a*?*'    mitxive, it ia impoMihlo for u to itata — <M MbU re'SI*klV.!!il,‘.r xire xUy .1 b.„    ' W'gkUd it th.H troth ktd heeo for Y deep tad devoted M their affection had Year lonlixhioa.eliirtxcatbrret bxxrtxbrikedoxxa,' keen. Lora, kerulf all purity ud troth, kad y-fetuVbi.'^Mo'Srr'r ÍS1:Í“*‘    «    «•“    •    ««onbl    el    Ue    feith and Cu^bea pairn -tir. larr raTpwar    eoaxtauey of Cl. rwM agitate her heart— I>I low x-«*biae HW Mrida,    ... ixli|.( *ia« 'bd ’•■b*',. Tkxiv'x anlaidy uUUxb lawckamx tad pain dl w eari, ever Tksrabainaertxt loeegMiei ib plePly, WiM ndhar tbxB twarenwl Aewy’s Ixuak, Aid x»xexr I bal lies to hx aiiielc at Iwtily. Wuvid Ilf u tbeaiaix 01 tbx ifricxt exH, Rol 10 an did Mxid-a krrvx besrtadiao Miidi N«*. tkoogb bx warp noli, vpuld pbt boaor a calf TVhidd    xen xl.itraloM i« kw povre. SilxAter-aTrT a'lJTari* ■ ualy at ai«kt. TWf riliM Uk$ m¿n la A4ftnitf i ucbi. Old Mud OtSwIh.agx fw -e» aa ludsubdnl l> il Maid- Aa>aun7a«l<i>dMa>i... Yxi’ (ualxmrxlioold «arry') lUdid aa AR EVANINO CLUUII. rr«d>rd Hxr tke txttiag soa. iruaaoti haxwd rtx f'rridsd Xb-w-«ilcl-'d ibr t'nn    xw. |,;;i«MS.diaxl.b.k.BW   iretn xxare’d aad IKretei alow. lit err» «•(laa limt we» »x»t EbxuxfA.'iiscsfU.'ii ÍSS TIMI T.mehaib Ixidklsbsed. ipia aiy kexit (eetfy.iwaxBttiag K, ‘pnitettridLu.-] wkareUrt xhi knew not, onltu it were a nltn ral runlt al the lueiutioa which he often Mknewledgad opon beholding lome betnlifal lue and torm. i _ *■'*'’7, •®rd, tkereforn, whiek Ue Verekad i    !>[*»“ ot Ike lovely Sybil Morning ,    »rro.    in    l5. love lor^'i!? *•* nll aktofhiig wu htr X». il ku    '^d    rddd    Ue    eonelu. ÍMUI liílAÍr'    »* Licxpreuihle ¡t her u« 1.1*^ k«r huH ; she imiled 'whtri !r« I mii^ill'ki; Stir-    "k®    ked I lovely outeauu of tie du!lki.r''.k« ■ ku CinruM wrluu vaa «    ’ mach paialal oMioa T Ha ÍítatelV*Jo¡2 ' deaee ia her lelher- aha. by Kv retired merrkant of kigk iteadlagaa/BeaTia end oaeef Ik. kl.deelud hut ^Iroitei^ tki. liaie she aaly imUed arekly uVi,,-N ay. lalh.r, Ur Iram It. at Ike polar aUr ud will mm ke kau te lal jlill oar Wotkal. Only a Ijrtaight-bM looB It will ke goac I aad than ke wilt be wlU I oa iftia Dear Clartaee I" lad tke meidaa I klukad faintly at tha «raeetaeu of bar tewe ' while Mr MMtrou leoked qnileeam^auat —“Dear Cleraice! ha will aaoa ba btra, aad wkat a joyfal reuwa II will bt." and imoiebxe wealth, and an old aud firm udeavorx to utice me frum mt atlrgiauee tu . silken rubu ol xabic hoe. e lung black reil ib friudot my parents came to Middleton Hall yon Lore, but tun well; and 1 will be frank which were woren mytiada 0. rbiaiug lurt onarixil. I wax then in my cighteeutbyaar, i in uknowledging lo you that 1 declared to pcuda¿t from her bro* . axilrcrcieaccotgUt-luletebly cdnctted aud acrumplisbcd; it my I her rax paixiOB—alfrction it wax not—and 'end in tbe mtxxCx ui her rtrca heu ; uu-u.rxonal appearance, you, Clarence, tan judge aex rqectad, for Sybil wu nlrendy a wife, moadi of pricrlrti ralue encircled her neck lor vourxaii.    ihougb bifure uakuo.m to me."    aud arikx ot alabaater whituicix, ud tbe air ■ Sir Rjbert, tbough orer iixtv yoari of age, Claruce panted, and looted trnotrly at ul giU-d lepoxeaad luhUmity wiUi w.iebxbe , wax iiumcdia'.ely ca,it rated with my appet.. Lu't, »noxc miud to bare been :e- ••u i her part, addid li tin iracntxl el j Time went on, and nearly tlx weeki bad beeu nnmbered with those that were, aud itill ao Clarence de Vere made bii tppearauco, although Lora deity expected H11 tdycnt with couitiotly iorreuing xolieitude.    I kix a'dmiVetionof me wtx'so'oDvi. lieiej of an iciuppjetxb e borden, ai he ui- her rich, liu-i heeuly, created tbe mut'lirely xhonld rxtnrn toAmerica ud theretore hi.    ,0    t,„ithclattworu;;butibedid Lolutte. I xeeulion '    >'    -■ tnr iaiptdimeoti ere ihrnwB lb tb>dr may.—j ‘''ci,yattumy take 11, hat we ahall wut it nioa. if Garaxxi poxtcaau morepowtr, Gungh Taix hoeever, M xoiaethiiig bf adivraxiion. . early uix' weea. But hara't yoe b.ronght | ou more pathox. This it the mam difterenee, We Uve only funner to 1 remixe ikxt Mri bee* tbe tnmbleri T‘    ' ne chi*f aiatinction, and here the difftrenec Adami bad hut lately become a resident of Ike ‘N > ma am,* tuii Bridge.; mixtreu tx-, ix la favor bf Goigh. Ooogk cxceli Gariui village where my xtory it located, tod taa' ¡ pects ..oaainerahU eoo,|»4by in a day or t»o, | u ptlOj«, tar more Umn GarauiucelxGough her trqeiinteuce with Mrs,    Broeu wax inert-1    “>d .. w:Il lave tbi. trotble of narrowing    . ,n puaer. Then, Gough la mure moderate lu fure ut bit receat date.    I    Aeain f she ¿on't retn.ra them till after,    j bis theatrical diapltya. He painta much more, Bnduet,* vaid Mri, Adams to her fr.xh ' wards ’    ' ud aeU mock leu,'while aa to toree ud gu- maid-bt all work, tote.-uig that lady i pre- I 'Heil 1' thought M rt. Brown, ‘1 muit tay | era! rttect, be la oi eonrae, oa high rabtage cibcta one mo niog, 'how mnch au^ir uucie 1 tb«;'a «tcideu.j e-wi .    1 gruiibd.apeakinghiaMtiretoagiic.udamong lett It tie auckct r    r.i_    Stv    Ei.giaad    bonit-keeper    taowi    ua lellow couiiymoi». He uinUiu rrepeci, Saure, ma'ta,. and ICeie itn    l    u.j:e    than    I    toat 1 uei-iay 11 ironing ixy tu ail well reguit-    m Ligiaud, watt Gavxxxi would be in iialy. enougb to last lo etj.    >    ‘.td fAuilicx. '1 auould iixe to know,’ said    Both tiad, and find to ta eqoax eilen^ thcir ‘Ix ifpoxuSle” leii Mr* Adaa.x iixur-ihlM. Bruoa oa taat mo'ning. 'why Mrx. ! xcccuut in their bixtrioaic muner The ao-priif; 'aod it wax only got !ast w-tX, V, bit j A.i.;« 11 .ü't • tura my ciotbti-horre. sar .cuce ot uinitigtted vehemenco is bighly maiieir <uo!iaoieat7    ' 1 -•( an jw that It w ill be in c.-c te-daj. Juc, ! erorable to me ccuuomy uf xucngth, and a '1 m iniuiii.,'    '    '    .... frieodi did not know in which ronfinently to eX|ieet him; bnt every one which tueccaxively arrived wax hailed by Lora with a joy which only enbuccd her xubarqucut diuppuintment at bii nan arrival An undefined foreboding, founded, donbt-'esx, uBun what be bad wntren coneerning lb» brtniitnl English lady, at length began to agi’atc her xonl; she iúred that he bad been nntble to tear bimxelf tram her laxcmatiooi, and wax perhaps, even toen, buking io the light of ker xnnny idiiIm, while aha xtbo eh- r-iihed his memory with luch tirtleis devotion wuforgotteo. Lora althongh we grieve to record it, wu not wrong in her prexeotimect»; for during thotc long, long weeks in which ibe bad lu ---- .    ,    .    „    ,          A    murmur    of    admiraiiou    greeted xa-.,felt Oatlrred that I had ftxcinatel lue .xyllable.    her eaii rhtriv.r ih; moved; and all oeartx (aocy of oie- f hu age, Judgcinentaod tileut,:    “Li.-a,    dear Lora," coutioucd De \ eta, at xcemed capuvetiJ by tbe gloriunx eurma of aud 1 redccbltd m.- attcnt'oos to pUtii him. ; Icsgtb, ‘ xay that you har« not forgoiicn me the a vxterioux alrangcr. •My at'.eutiubx, though ever quiet and delicate, —It-atyoi itill thiak of me with in.ritkaa But il Sybil Morniagtoa wu pttrietily ___ , eased him; and ere a mouth bad pxxaed, be ^ordiaary emotioai of ia'erext—that in short biautiful in her garmeoti of midnight hoe at all to eat ..... '    ‘    ill    fo    ■    ■    ■  - - 'bccaiie .M:- Bro»n eat 1x01 m t.jr;o« it t-ret liiiee ' ‘And baia't she ibought of r»turni..g 1; f ‘Wftl, lirxt ud lut, she I bo ruwtd auuu ten poundx. tad a lew d«xs agu ate irrt g', uver Í axg for it d«je Old nc- o rtad. 'Give my compli-mcuiv UI Mrs. Brown.' icpueu Mr., A., and te;ii..rt’. -t xmcc she borrowed eur clcthei line » ! have to dry onr el tnix in the ho-jxe twopouofls of duty orowu xcga.-, lu.l ol ited ‘ and therelore were obliged lo hoirow he end xlicki, tut wuu t fit for any Chrutiau 1 ® etber-au'u. We xbuuid ri«re beeu tbrongh erge meeiure ot raposo preVaJet the whole Tiaibitiun. Rettmg himaelf, be givee rut t-> i;a audiecee, aad bcnee, both rtmtio uawaar-led till the tud. There u u utter abxeucc 0! Ill ffieoul pcrturbttion; before hxeommencec, mere aoemi ne idu of hit being abont 10 do xuything at all txtrnordmary; when be bax bad propoied to mj father to liquidate all kix fon will forgive my er.-cr and yet become mj imteme it you can, dear reader, tbe won-debts and re-extebriih him in h;i former poii-, own trne-hearted wile "    druua. uuxpeakahle lavel.oeu aod grace ot tiou in lociety, with unlimited meaux at hix Lorv'x anvwer wax inaudabir, brt it wax LorxI>t Vere, arrayedu Muraiag," inrcbex diapoxal, on condition that 1 would become hii xutt-rirnt touiure Clarence that hu petiiiou of xpotlesi purity aod goxxamcr uxture. and aife.    wax grauled; for the Jetp and ferveat luktrt a baouexu 0! the "rarexi pea'lx of ind“ xbiu- ______ ^____________ ..... it wax, iu-lecd, a bitter, bitter struggle, f . whien bctmtd from her eye wouid hsxe been mg upon her sanuy brow aud amid ner luxu-Ixcoux it. her due to o .-'row lomciuing revered Sir Robert much at a child would a {adiqitte tu convince a heart infiai'vir more naot—cka lu abort. Lora ati.-a ted nurlx kind aud bcbeficect paieut, hut the idea if leepiical tbu bii, that iti prayer waa'iavora- much attcnuoo ax t ybtl—an<t Niobt and une of m; age, beanty aod aceomplisbfflenii blx uiwered.    '    Mua.MNb were tbe ' sU.-i ' ci the Ule u I bride, w •> thoroughly ¡ Clareact de V b it u ibe hu our largest tab. it take» I iinubed, that uything exiraordiotry has been perlormcd. ft x-oefflx u> be u ranch a mallei ol eeursc u walking cr rnnniog, xittiug nowu xr iismg up. ills aelt comiaaud u perlcct becwmiug au old mau 1 bride, w •> ihoronghly epuliive. But wben f touk into cuni'dLiatioi. be tears and entreatiei of my parents, my lere wu 10 *nrnc*i in what''■-.    '    VinaiamagcUxcntcreataraexclaimed epuliive. But when f touk into cuni'dLiatioi. I bed seid to Lora Hit aUecamont ‘m Sybil Lora ctupirg her bxune in Kxtxtic ndmira- -Mornington had been one of pexiio 1 mer'tlv non, u the form .I‘ Night” xwtp: by W ho can i; be T .    .—V.i k,.    I-.____“* leari auu eui.ic« .-i luy |i«iruxa, my 1 .uuiuiuívuu uau ueru uee 01 nexiio 1 mertiv iiou, u me lorm Ver^ ban hMu lintermu ufar the    i    neglected    conditiou, auo 1 ted by the cheriai of ■ laxeinating beauty an ; the .lately miau h.d.o.?«r.el,^^    povert.-xtricken htmc, aud coutraited wit; but bi. afieetino lor Lu-a Muatro't was >oi. know, Cu-e hadso itrautely enthrtHed his leuies. Wbiu ..i..*_.,k .b. ...iik    . 1.....   .    '    >k.      1...1____.,r..i her IB Do itrautely be wr.ite the letter to Lora, which we have given entire, he fancied thet he had escnpud tram the witchery of Sybil’s rhirma—that in ihort, he had xetn her for the lut time, aud •bonid therefore be able to return to t is ne tive land without a letter on hii epirit. Bui ilul he wu mixtakeu. Kre two dayi had Itpaed from the dele of that lettir, he met again the Lady Sybil, at a brilliant fete given by her uaele, an opulent baronet Never had Sybil -Maruingto* sppetred more f’lor'Ousljr buutifni more eutraucingly love-7, then upon that night, u, trrajed in apparel of simple yet gorgroni richnets. ehe fluted through the gey drawing-roomi, the cynosure of erery eye, tt e theme of every tongue.— There'was lomithiug in tbe deep brighlucu ol her lull blael eye. in the wavy mxstei her raven hair, Ike eoft, rich bloom ol her ire cheek, the m'tehlux lymmetr» of her lee tnrei, the luinrxnt pruportione of her form, the sweet melod of her voice, and ibuve all. io the fucinntios of her mien, at oice combining grace, et dor, and the raoxt charming abandon—which wu irreiutibly eaptiviting It may be woi dersd tt. oeverthelcst, that Clarence De Ve e, t young man of far more tbu ordiuiry tel ntauddueernmrut poueas-ed of a liberal tt irition and almut buaudleix wealth, ifauuld I; charmed bv one whom even himielf aeknowhdged (when not m her presence) u rolntile wnd light-minded; lud more partieulirlj doei it appear ttrange, when we think of the noble parity and truth, the inet-limabie goodneai lud fidelity of her to whom he wax lolemnly betrothed, the lovely Lora Montrcu. Stnnge, however, ai it may appear, each wu the cue; tad the pleuare whica C'ltrenre maintained in Sybil a loeicty wax certainly eqnilled by hir own, fur the handsome vuuog Americin wu nnivcrully courted au» art-1 mind by the Engliih f/ite. Thus 11 week puxed away, and althongh tbe steamer io which De Vere intended to miautt -J ^    .    .    ,    .       ...    ,_____ .Cie'cnce?" them with tbe weglth power, and ekviable pi- the gtouine ofixpricg of rsterui. ini t'lerefore Ibc bcxuUlul at, nogei heard tbe iwect ae-xUiun iu xuciity wo .cu migh; be mine. 1 coa- apnreaud hearttilllove Ax bax i>t»u xtej, ceuii ot Ua. gent.e vuiee, and with aa tipru->euted to becunie hia wile, on cuiidi ion that i m the society ul Ibc “witchiiig syren he had xiou oi laelltbic pUunrc upon her cuuuUu-two yeari should elapse before our union was ' furgoUrn all his hcpri ol a ntiion with her tu ai.ce, turned au,l gued upuu the ipuker.— declared to the world, and meanwhile that 1 whom be bad beta krtrotbed for years, but {Cia.cuce saw that gaga and anuidered—be should be allowed to miuglc io Loudon kocie wbeu be wu beyaod tbe powerof her wouder- bad rtcugnued Sybil Moroingtou ; but ere ty u Sybil Morning.on.    ' tnl charms, aud wax uoce agaiu w itfa Lura, all be had time tn draw L Tt away, the flaxking, “To thii trraugcmeot Sir R.he.-t relocunt- : hisoldeu affection ter her reini ed with re- teoipting ejca ul the syren were fixed opou !y eoniruted; aad ne were married very pn- doubled it.-cug’b. and he once more rtsulied rum. rstily lu the cbapcl attached ta Middltsuu i that, if it wrte puKikle alter w hat had paxsad,, Sfte knew oim at once, dt spite Ui3 xtraugc-Hali; my parccta aud a fe« taiihtul ae.reants    to re-win Lora lor hix ow . true wite    ucxx 01 tbe sceue lo wnich they met;    xud a biiugtheooly wituesxes. luimedialel; aftar '    The love which Lura rrtrrtaiued for    De!>urgi3g ide< I oldco mema'ies aad hopes al ibe ceremony we proceeded t» Loudon, where    Vere wusomctbmg more than a t.'auiitury    at-    . must sufied ba u she gaxcd npun bu    glori be esubiiibed my pa.-eutx aud myself in an |    tachment—it au a deep aod lieathleta devo    ,uus form a.-d nubie cuuntcoanee.    Tbret elegaat cilablishmeut, and where we have .tiou, part and parcel ut her ve-y nature; and ¡ years had dealt lightly with hits , aad ia alt ever since ruidtd. Clr Hubert 1 have never it may not be wondered at, therelure inkituc ihc glory of hii maulv heauiy he stuud amid bfwome hit rllc. alter ! she Icxilrc ikroug «axcWswcinbT «Hb suu error aud sued furjaadjtst, a being pre-tmincLt lu incrtl to I his early lose. ; ibtcilecinil grandeur, quickly aud'pl axantl.r i But if Clareuce u tb«i brief instant on shall take up my abode under his roof.” i**>7> the “raelluw pomp of antumn’i which webavc dwelt to Wg, had dreaded a The Lady Sybil paused, and a deep, hot had began to ripen into the goldeu glury ol the !‘ scene," he wu gratefully dixap) ointed. A flush sulfuxed her face and brow as she met the Indian summer, abei Ljra Montrose bee me ; smile radiaot u Ue bannerx of dawu, a quick, ardent gaxe •! Clarence fixed upon her. For ¡ the bride of the proud *nd handxame Clfence hot fiuxb of joyful surprise from neck to a moment Be did not move a muxcle; then be de 1 ere.    brow, a partiug of the ripe, red lipa, letting wcut to her aide, and taking he* soft jewelled! Their nnptiaU were celebrated very qnietlv, tall in Ue xoftMi of acreuta the word “Cla-htnd il hii uwa, said in uuex of inexpressible 1 only t few intimate timilr frieoda being pié- rcoee," was all that denoted Sybil x '—    sent at thcreremony, tud Mr. .Moutroxe.witb tiunofhim; and in another moment her form “Sybil, sou said truly that onr parting inexprtiiabie pleasure biamingupon hit r.pso wa> sweepiag away iu graceful uudulationt u would be ill so row, but not iu augar*. Our ' countenaLee, gave h.s lovtl.v daoghtsr, wit«. it kepi lime tu the iihilarxting musie ..f Uc love ii net be lelexi, thank Gudl lor we are | out a doubtof her fnure hippiuesx, luto ue 1 band. young, tod Si- Robert it fast rerediug from keeping of Clareuce, who, luokiug proad ut - Clareuce gaxed for an instant after her re thesborcxof f' me. Let us Anyir—aud in ho-; bis truit and happy in the poxietxioo of su : ccdug turm. aud then terncd n»aj. As he plug be happy! '    much matcbleis Inveliutit. received the pre- did so, he obtervcd a strange agitaiioa 10 hu Ue xubichcd one kits frum the fleshed brow . eioQS gift with cmoticui of the most exquisile gentie wife. He gued fundir into her face of Sybil, gave .nepartiug glance nt her face deli<’ht, and inwardly rtsolring that 11 mould and read there an tip.'casion uf paiuful «oliei-aud form of ffli re tnao mortal beauty, aud in behT-care to render Uc remainder of hix ex-■ tude wnich she could nut coueaal, and a another moiuait wtsgoue. ixteuce au atouemeut fur the wrong which he tromnluui tear sparkled in her thaduwy erea had do„e her derotiou in the days bf tkcir be-i "Lura—my owu Lera!'’ uid the_ young cBarrxn iii.    I “And Tima patsed on : and KorUue, who bad I rent    I The twain aaou tur, wlin a smiling eye    ' Again berglnnouf on lhaii palbwtyt bunt, .tad beard with pitying ear each lingering slgb; trothal. CBarTin IT. ¡ra;;zír,‘    i    “•    ^    ■—■" ““ “““ — *“ Uoknphito»ed I im.ieoo Coniakitbtk«iu«eoin> v<y«Bü«d brait’ No vhii0»rob«d pnct! bet «k U e tacred aiUr WiU guard more jaaioiu.) b.a b.gii hcuu«at *' M1&2> Wou¿ü(a«^. often gallinting her upon the promenade, the I For «íry lenguex in xlghl but yel apart, drire, or, atcaiio*>tlly, upon tome eqneatrian TOeir tides of lure mgether lowed, and xlepi; exrnreion. Every dty added a new link 10 The peacefnl xean oía eosamoaheart ” the chain which wu binding down hie ener- I    Hiaxr. | giea-evrrv momentspent in her lecicty riv- .A fortnight later, and Cltrenre de Vere, , cted yet eloaer the boodx of a puiion which lookin threatened to enalave every leuxe icd firn.ty hnsbtnd. ta they gtioed the xheltcr of n car : Uibcd alcove; "1 Will be trank with yon — I She who but jait puaed at, and who mani-trxted tueh surprise nt recogniiios me. wu ; souther than Sybil Morningtua, But do not tremble, for her lutlucnce over me is entire-. ly lost, for 1 have learned in yonr faith and fi illly the buotr uf coastaney tad trnth, ind tbe triumph uf /ore overp*»xio«.” Ke-aMurt(i by hu aorki, which hid in them all the enrnutnus of truth. Lora once more joined in tbe wiickiog dance; and t which be poueued; and still he had not the moral power to withdraw huniclt from tempt- ItlOB. Br Ian VM ba ICBRed-yrt u Lnn At mtrtiJc rAiut did he tuni. F»r krtt ñMé MBManry «fid tniih ikood iMikd hui tUtt-a gududiui btad " Aao«f. Three yean i f licuare followed _____ _    ___________ dtck of ■ proud iteaoier bonnd for'tbe xhorea 11»*™- /*A»7 «i» ruidtd in Ue houu of thvir ' »“"l“*‘    “®«    *    P][«*    . of Americ. Six weeks had made a itnking    f®*    Mr.    Montroee wax nnwii-    bopu    and fean. and the 0 he. ealn , change in hix nppeirnnee; hu large, dark ■ l‘“,«    ‘*^'7    ebildrtn    ahould    ‘V*    .^íPS^Útb eyexVá .unm/^ deeper . briln.ucy, hu ; Ruit^th. .h.lte; .f_U. p^^^^^^^^^^ ng pile and dejected, wu pacing the 1 of a proud steamer bonnd for tbe iborta I 1 t f the molt pare xrd nr,nllovej o»'.® and again did the ‘ (¿ueen of Night wed Ue union of Clarence énd and the‘'Morning Star meet in that gas still ruidtd in the bauu ul tbeir i anoquet hall, the oae a prey lo U. most ei- iy, ‘she cao have oon for to-uigbt. I snp fKixe, of eourte she will provide lor hcrMlt tu-morrow. But yun have not broogbt in Uc One atormy evening, when tbe inclement | nether lip a urooder eurl, tnd an eipretiion ' *,''7 <^*7    b** pr®®! ®f bit affee ..    ííl    waiter' wuther prevented the Lady Syhil from ven- of .ad duponSeney kad Uken the plreT. of the . l>®?,    them and hu in the.r ao-.iety. '    ■    i    .     „A    _kiri,    1..A    —Clnrenea wax nil that the moat Jes oted kill, the following miuive, Ueeharaetori ol wnicB tnring ont to the opera, oi which ihe wn pax iiooately fond, Clarence called at her hoiue, where he wu ever cordially welcomed. Sybil, aad itwu lomcthing vary nneiual, waa quite nionc; and after htving eateriained him with the moxt lively and graerful eooverxation for an half-hour, contented, at De Vere’i reqneit. U favor him with a long To her other annvaLed chtrmi, Sybil added that of a voice of the most eiqnixite pathos and iweetnni; and «he often nceompauiesl her iingin^ with the dulcet nutce uf the harp on which ine wu n performer of su.'puiiug nnlici- deuoled inftllibly t hand tremolons with ileunrt of bis agnation; , ,    ,    .    , CLABXbon I 1 am free. As the widow of merit. On the e«euing m qnextion. ax ibe _ . gracefully over the chordi of tbe li'C and iwept them with a glad free hand, a smile of tke muet huvenly pleasure irradiated hereonnteutnce and trim hied in her lux- ,^3 doubtlux. so be did tbmk. fur he had Ue Iroui eyes; and to the vuion of Clareuce she    ,g.    ,„,.i,.( .    .,„i    „ «rma f hu Ritii _ appeared rather ut itatue of St. Cecilia, eu-dowed with xpiriUal fire, than u a creature of mortal mold. .Alter a tad, sw eet prrlude, she commenced in a voiee whore cxquiiite riehnesi wax tenderly mndulnted, one uf tbe beeutiful xongi 0! "L, £. L." TV ben liuging Ue wordi, “1 do not dare lo ulfer tbae A UbM lore like uiile— 1 lay It, u Ibe luxe Ixlald, Oe snme Immortal xbrlocV hrr vo'ce quivered with dr p emolioxi, tnd with a gltaceol hope and tear, aba looked op tt the wrapt eonntentncc ut Cltr-tuee, wka itood at aliule duunca gaiiug w itk stnnge cmolioni np ii the object el hu wild nauion, nidnppareutly Inllad into an Elyiiaa Wmol delight. That ginaee, hownvcr, rcenlird bu wander iugienari; naotber moment and he wni down npoi hu kneu before htr,poarUg out hix soul apon the ehriae ot bit ndoratuu . ' Sybil!" he uid, lu loou w luc deep pa-thmnid iuMniiiy lUrtled her- ' SjhiT I lore . itrexm glad bepefnloexa a'nd aereoitjr which bad once i ClareaM wax ell that the mul des oted has-burned from every feelnre. OUerwue he ‘««“I** ^“®‘*®f    ®"d wu not    changed.    He    nill    stood    proud    aod    P®‘"»B ‘b® «lightut want or pi free in tbeeomeiootom    of    hit    ooblt    betutv;    •»»« Idori, who Aid i^ivuh ubui^    ¿'k í7ib l.«.n rim.i4 bii roice bad «till the Mine deep aod pleata^i i b^uUial m ih e«rT pu.iDR da» appr«iaud ^*Í'/VbM« rLT to    Wwíd ptthu ; hil Itngnnge wu .till elotbed 10 the ‘ba kiaaoesx and eonxUocy of Do V ere with * • >«»f.    ™    ' same ..mplt, yet eloquent gnndenr ; and hi. I •®“®*b>»l more Ih.r lb. urn,nary xympAthy    \®“ ““s1.Í*” n uit buit’  «ys ^ itaoa the b<aa;i(iil ahorea of Aia aative Mr. and Mra. l)e Wre paMev tbeir am-    r, i a.ii    tk.t T Aa nnt ibUmÁ land. Wril mighc he have ihwfhiy in tbe f"i in the a\«w fcngUifd metrupD.ia. miotf- >, Teli me. oh I UU me. that I da ‘    ■    img lu aod eaioaog tha* aocieiv oi which    «,0.    • • loey werelhe britintcii aroa> icau, and thtir    iierc aa* bnt gne anawer that Clarwca, to luumeriatioibeliuhtouable aaunnKpiace.    to nuatelland to Urt -to »horn he Spring and aniuzna were «p^nt with Mr    «beeeJ theepuUeof Lady Allaiay—Aouid Moutroie et hta «eperb oot-of. town til a    m^keto that pamonata appeal, he wroU her. The th»»’d «umiiieriubaeouiiít to their mar- ***    «imale    ot    au love tor and ------   «ith    Lora    MojiroM, the iofel) sír.teL'.í'r;:!'r,r£.'v:"”: i gluwiog lauguage of another, •■Sii cxuiilryl Iiirext 'oBit* itexuii, 01 ilirertb'xbiooaineciiBM «nibiu; Tkx UnXloskoa uuriauuntix canixrn Adr-rutg.xiui «douriuabu* 1“ eye aud Ihe louloi a poet, aud It wu the luu- riaga found them «t Sxratoga, whs*e they at- marriage «i.« «.ui« ur montb ul Juue, that muuU “the lovelieat, t,^«ctcd much altcutiar.—Ciareoca by nu well MuruingSur" whum akc bad seen tt the olthetrain.’    ,    k .own wealth, hu Ju/ugacair, au.l Lu gen- bal!, aad he eonoluded by imploring hnr, in the thud vtniug after hu ariirt! fooud tleuauly, poiuhcd ««anug. aud L j.-n by ntr eluquentaudglowiog words, tugoforget him him at Ue miusiouolMr. VluiitMe. «here , yun,lov.liueu aod uu.fic tM or tt hut toremamoar him but u ae wk< ke «U wikuiued with ui-cn uelight bulb Ly .giacelul uiieo. Lviry > ucre abd audtr wtai Lxsi Iiga.cii lu some wild, youthful dream ol Iatb and her ta'ber. Clxrtuce »u struck efercircumiiaacu she appeared, the wae fiat- pauion with utonishmcot at the ebauge m ihe ap (,rtd and admired «lUiuut bououe aad Da Ike cmotionx of Sybil Allanby npon pcrn-pearaneeuf Ue lovely girl, iu i«t. though Vere, wao ever boreresl uenr her. «tie alaaye •‘®i« ‘bat nutipec ed reply to her appresl Ue bad hiuisell changed iu that ehurt space ul    y(    gaytleuicu    abd    Ua    aduiiration    *®'* ‘buae ot Ue muet poignant diaappout- Uma intrrvenuig betwoca the date Ilf bu let- yt tke ladies.    meut Tbux to be frustrated in bar meet ter to hix ketrotaed. and bis «rrival tt home. They ktd baen at Ihespnugi neori. a weak ektriihed dcaigm wu htuer indetd bnt pride It wu ax buthiag when compared with that. «bcn qniw an txcitemeut tuuk place tmoug a®®® ®*toa to ker aid, and withoot for wBsch had takaa place iu Lora. Grief, and the elite, in eoon q -e* uf the arrivat oi a uoe mumcut pauiiug la her gay career, aka of doubt aud tear, bad done Uair work; the urty uf Laglixh oakiii'y, real t.arla aad Uu met t lareace and Le.t Juridg ker lUy ai rust bad ladea trum her waieu eke»V tbr lore C.juuuxset it wu uid. who bed joti arrived ‘be Spriigx, and none wonid bare diranied light from ker soft, luatroux fe; the radiant lu tke country. Clareuce u fir.l teuk nut how near her heart had. keen to the xbipwraek smile from her crimaon ii,.; • .d iho stood in i,„|, murexl in Iht aunonaccuiaat, aud t* o ®1 aH iw W®-    ..... her ckildhuod'a bume, ouocht but tha xhaiow ' yfUree days puxed ere be thuugbi ol it a M- I® tki tut owing autnmn, the Lady Sybil ot her lormeraelt, to greet her rcerexnt lover, euyj t,y„ I'crktpc ha aould nut bare Jou* rctnratd to Eaglaod, abcrc, w.-u after, she Hitharto her life bad been one oi care-free ' even then oad nut an ionJeul occurred bccauic the happy b ide olat.fiuted yonug gleduuexiaad joy; ibebaJ iuaan nogiiel.oo «bico tuileJ hu thuughte ia that direeliou. . ®®blemao, and ehe is ertu nuw oon ol U< duippoiutmenl; tud her cii..'iiri had glided ijy, Oyy, luiuedialely all'i uiiiurr, ax at mint admired tnd flattered women in society, trauqiullj tluug like tome gcutly iiowiu^ leuursly uuuteriug niuug in tbe grand The alter-life cl t lareuee and Imra ku  ------ ■■.......     -    -    '    ■    bexta    diracily    be-    hrei one ot tha moxt pure tnd .nnlloyed d* *“• ““"VVlod by currtuu of xur-'puixsul Uugrtii Hall. .....^ yon wildly, pauioiatelyl fell me, oh! letl I ro», trouble or affliction. But now, weary {yy, ma i gat party which at oaee lUreetad    ehildrea    kaee    otia    bexto«vd    them    by    • ■e. tbit my lore la returned- Ifet it la not | wilk «ttebiug and wailmg lor lie euming ul ' ¿u notici-, from Uc ao .....    ble    '    ■ me aouehalanl grace aad bind 1‘roridencc. to crmnt. Il noxiibia. Ibrir with wbwh they earned bearts in spiritual uaioa.aodMr. Montrose. ■uted upo'n onnwhocetool cwiU autre- Hierenee lu rnlify tke blcxccJ p.-omiitx of ,k4|.amE gentiHty wiU wbwh they ....... --------r --------,    , qiite It!*'    '    tbcir ketrulbal, the bad tt length g'r.o up all | gn , |,tcij cunetruUou Tke pxriy eoasieled >® ® baaolilil and gcacroni old igc u stil Kor a momnntthepeerleH er tlure uu hops ol nu appexrsner, and we mxy there- g| Uy,, tadirx, all apparently young tnd xparrd to guide and guard them on Ibtir way naiwer; a xtnkiag .L.«,- p-.-.d over her loti jndgex-meahnt ol her gUd xurprite at. g,4yi,ui.aad lao gtuUeiaen, botk N'thiug, m ibort. which the heart ol ma. ■rooatetanca, leariag in pliee al IBa teuder,' beb-ldiog nun, eiteraail) enaagtd ibxugh he ' h,|ia.hotB and hieJ. aV    lup    I    It* w«a»i as    re »rere    —    — ■tenatenuet, tearing la pliee al the teuder, ■ neniiemg nim. eiternaii) enaagta uxugn ne biun-hurn and hieJ.    '    could    .lexirt, u denied them Iheir cup of hap hopeleMrxprouion whiek had I Mined there a wu, taaia in U“»e leanae where he bad ouee , Ta>y were nil, buwevar, tlrnagtre to CU- Pm®*® ' tell. Well wu it lor t lartnce paeotdbofera, one oliitcaac tnl almost death- b»en the “morniogxtor ol he-hopes.    renee,    tud    alter    hating    acrnliaued    them    lor    Vert    that    raiacirLi    trmmphed    over    pares#*. likt ingiuh. Ne, CUrenee, tknmurmiwd at length awiy, tnd me glided quicklr pieaaant loee-li low wd eottly, “wildly u I k wr you. end I times had begau lo retnro to the .ye ul L-ira. ,u,y, yj meilUluue otJcitee fell upon hu car kla I will not deny it, we ein uefk he nearer lo toe d«mn*k to berehe-k, aud elutieitjr to her, yj, \ere sUri.dti ibuugo an abuek wao — re —- —    BBWiHiiMkmp «m MMU« laV puil« Ol ^U|U|i d“‘ “f,®‘“J® to bu room to eujuy a quiet el IU, wneu a    bTuawr If owsx.—helu moredieagreem than a stormy woinanT A fnend ut ours entk other than at prtaenl; loi our (lauion II    xiep. ao happy wu ehe Ik tae aoe et) of him    had r«a ibrouga hu li«me.    .qurely, Ikat rosee keen eu the unlathnmed deep when ont geiltf. De Vere! he-'    whom the xlill regarded wi    h d*eth.Mx alltc    ,    «bou pu«er In ibarm ae    lauguag> eaa dt- e wife cl Sir Kubert Allen-    ti »    1>® 'ere had aot, it    la trae, tiplaiu^    ,    ae ..ha, euulJ kalung to but oaa pertou—and byl»    to Lora the eanie ul ku to oalv hiptlMi bat ge hold before yen tke wife i __   lUe beereaVwiih iheir diriil vcegeaaee. were di lirered <>l ibeir children vi »>aUi—when Hadn Unndtr-keU Itlica kp « CUrenee al L gUod. thitmomenland ciuhed him 10 the aar'h, he, »i»ia* A . ^    _________________------- - —      — eoald hol have beta mere uloiided._ With- mmti*®^‘be a«e ol Sybil Moruiugloa.and . kggaty W aerer boat antirely onlitoraltd domous ol the t. npul bell iwtd la lb* Wtik eel'kttoring k ward, he aroM lo hu feet tad her qniek, jeaUw eye hid dieeeracd u the |yom his keait iiea by Ika gaviarte and m* and the ñ'ug’éTot Jaxlnsctiuu ipresd bu eark gaitd iteraly apoe Ue tremhliag ereatnre    ®    P®®*    ®*    i    **‘7    “lb“    •'‘»7-®rk,    lal h¿ kanuted it like piemns nra. U» aiariuer's bark, bat all tkcH .    #    X    ■    a    I    .    awrep    e-m    I    BMW «IBW IlfCrSlI    in»B»    VWeiWii»»    *■    —w»    — 1 Ike eanie ol ku myetarwai delay la , .g, eo Ur dixUal I Bit | a Ivukod agaia.aad mmbti Joee rade hu ibuaJeritg ehanot over id, hat her heart aa( lokg la di- fo, the lull uma far yaare raugkt light of a ue moualaiaa ol the ana, aad the red light-,t. Ueee or twsae ehe kad caiaaliy agaaiaaanea, tka mtmnry ol whvt' eiuuuila gmgi glared al hir e’orier i fred—wkea the aad the atma ol Sybil Morulbgtoa.aad, kaaar ‘ " *‘    . lek, jtaUeu ty# bad dieeeracd u the ' yyom ™«i       ipeegofbutor    mem«riee    iteal    over    ,    , iho wRh oae arm throwagroeafullv over the bueouileaMoe; oad M eha finally cami to * y,, hart abl ta pain aid hopeiau grief twtiliag leaea lhein^|ee4 mitirely,    .    .    , i hit wordr. Bat he did aot ipuk. He otiy ' But thu aeusM al a topic m latimnlejy ul Cltreacr, it au acvertksUoM trne . he ha. .gun ul her huxbaa tenked at her with a gin ol bittor repreach; ruaaacl^ with their happinaee ut ®»® eouJd kMd oom more Ue laretouiag Syhtl Mur- .b. J thro» Ul leW atdlhealaraediwevi heterehihed-eaehed aot lut lorerer. Uat er«ta«, towards thr alugton, mbu. tuUlly naoMiieiouaoi Uepru. urx ha luiihre ap iL lhadaor.Syhirihaidwtaoahuarmimpldr- iaa‘BÍJ®*7.®»®Uow,gorgaoiuiiimmertwi. atoa ul him who had an«e sdoluad bar with eoaU aear ilimb ■ is*... *, at they Warn togmhar tl oiliM omoag path roekltu mteaiity, wti partieipatiag , ud the nay he wanid etwh M dismj^uge rouuiie eoeoax xamnadiag Mr. Moa- «,(k morh reel la a eaarttMtioa af nkick wu aal ilow. Sometoemen bra It eculd. —.......... ' •    ****••    ,‘®®*“H Iba glad, Iria, kisllual aiiaad laputoteompoeod Ua pria-¡ and eajoy thamielvaa hut what in a vloloai I eaa lympathiax with yoa* omo-! air which iwept up from the *®l|‘7 « we ^ pait.    I    at-.iuu, and thay ace u aalaeaiy u lobtert, •    '    •    ------ -...-i-v—...o. ..A I,....,., •nia. ... Ite V ere geaedepom the form of Sybil niU end exdislrexUmu m«uhroome. We’d reUer ahled Jraam.    anu'.;.    rakln horrors diJa'< Uegio with hix wile uauge u the ooovielioa wae to tbe mied abet uul ol temper. Waea the xiw ike mar-Itraacr, It nu BcrerthalaM irne . he hn. .gm. ul her huxbead t aagtr btgia lu rixa, ittolhafi'e.akd II t*um>a-■ pile laddtrol orath thaa ke shoal uLikg nil hix ‘ M dism tel htm te rcmait,    ; l>|bt. ^•Yoa will oot Uere me thoi-ia oogerT” the rouailie eoeoox •he eatraated. ta a reiae al law and ihrtlllag Iroea i eoauiry vilU, corrow. “I eaa lympathiix with yaa* ama-! air ®bich iwapt ®P    . Sr'x*r,r:c«í:£.’::‘.‘s;5Uí    i Ug miMploMlioB -Hhon.ahta wapart. U    .reaea, w Uam of    matly aaador,    realtred ^    ; "'^lI." h.    Mid.    “I    h.r. mitek    U Cloraaaa ttald mt rulet tka pleadiig 7®®'**®®i5 teach lor which touk your    .wma,    |    j    a n*. «*. ■ «aw.ri sweatoou ol that voice, ke ko*ed ku kemf, i giveaeu. Look at me. Lota | gire me oae ea- [ aad la again u immiaxat paril ol tke same, « couceited maamiaa w Ike roMi rasaatod kimeoH, eaduitTekeel UaaikUk» I cearHiag glej •• ueil may fiad courage te,    D„i(o,    g,,    la.keaaold    aot teariuttei. I patkoe, eke wcat oa-    | proceid, lad I    will    tell    yoa all 1    |    kimáelflrem    tkeipus    akera    ka    aeemtd    raoUd,    I    “Sv    kt*    ajtak-aei,"    laaUad    t tka molt ladtitrikakU emo-wai, tke pul' eaeoautor a wild ut to lk« loreei, tkaa e act noaled, akaduny lag ■adatiacd. like a nr»tlrd dimak la wtor.—MldxMv tanker , ¡atraagi, wild drum kalora kialrunblad miad, hcktr, U ka Ult ' *7 U ka Ult like a inariaer who ku eari kara ' >®r., drawo uta i dugtrou rorUa, has exeapad J kere a load cu. • wmUcrlal gu," uid OMM of eemvtr ijuk-ui," ic^Uad k kyeteadw. ouer.’ ‘And uoeek’t she retura otherihingx better i aiate ! taiogi' bat xbe nv- not yet cored thia she hu done in the cue oi tbe sugar ?    , aa«ce.,, tor ue utat day Jane -uide ber ap- ■f a'.th, ma’am and it'x lutk» you may Uink put*, cr, rcquextiug tbe luao of tbe gridiron yooreelf if ihc (•«uros auylhin» at a'l.    'Ki! rmr mistretx,’said Mrs A ,‘Uiat it ‘If that is tbe ease, Bridact, aaiuri muet i> uu; ai my power to do xo. u tbe burrowt;. be looked intt- a little. \\ ben Jane rame* to .t.inOnik ago. aad ka. not yet rctnrned it.' borrow tnvtaing mure. jut. let me »uu. cl Mrs. bro*; sejet «eret-peaeJ stJl aider It before yun let It gu.‘    Tut next day Mrs.-A. wu rtqutxteo l> ‘I (ten t undtrstajJ,’ tnuught Mrs. .Adams ' message t<i send a list of tbe article: wnscb u xLe walked uty, -ntitt a *oiniU can b. ®aJ uceu 1 ii.roaed by Mrs. Brown, and tbe Ibiuking uf to depend so tons autly upuu bei .a'trr auu.d retara luem. nrigaborx. fo my mind, it’s jusl u bed to V* tth L Ngei's belp Mrs. A. made out a lilt borrow au art cle wiibout iutcudiag to return ®f tkutf-trrin articlei, which sLc lent witb 11, a. to pica a terxon i pxket."    ' out ceinment Mrs. .tdamx had btrn.y seated herself t > . Mri. Browu wax pctniitd with e tonis'i: her work, when B Uae: p-p.Ht'. her beau in me .. iue au rtai.y very xurr. -r tbe a 'be eooraad iiij—    i.* i i.r and iLconrcniei.ce anicb xit luu.. ‘Bltue, ma'am Jiueuneri-, audshe.a.x hxr •-Ctai:,: d h r ncigbtrr. 'tcaeut • Mill Browu xeudx her compliui -ts and mr*-eee to tbit effc t when alter v»o da; . nui'id be much Qbligeu for the iiau of a diliaentteercb.abe eontnrod to get tugelbei castor.’    , nil Ue a.'Ue.ei .-ai' U- *d lu Mrs. A.'x lii; .uoi thorougrl; cured uf Lo.-rowiag Reader, hivc sou Irro'n-i the paper from «tfieii yoo read tie anove, orare jut a regula.-xubecnbtrT 'Hu tbe borrowed ai'ytb.'.ge'ie ia, ly ?’    ¡L'*c t’;aa uae dxr to get tbrongh with the ‘1 laouid iiXe tukuow wb.iiLthuo'tbor- ■V®’-’*-* rowed. Ycxicrdaj iCe bbiTbwed u Oar of soap i bit nieuage produced a litiie Mcia ion ii    _ _ aud a    *uirt    of miik,    half    a    doirj    pouaax ut    ' ibc uoox»    orer ike way.    lae ruult wu tbr    uid bcncc, bu cuuut.1    over au uxeuibty is flour,    and a    pmtofmolasxes    f    rer.    lay    sue    -mmeu.ate    of Ibc artici.s mentioned bi    !    .-umpiasc. Governiag btmaelf, be euily guv. M-x .1.    I    :rut all arneud bim.    It wu impuuibic tor -M t H    'x eyes    began    to cpen to the trae    i    snj man to have aaen    more tburougaiy at aume man be wu laal nigkt. Like a well xru maa, once oa ku tut, ibare nu tbe auu -menus alike ox hubluiutxa and impnutuce. ffce tddre.i nu enurelj w itaoui order ot .ay tort; nay, tor tu. tke auemki; wu prepared tt the, -.y the unuuatwc tbai be oad berec wnruui aad acver premeditated I •peeeb in hit Ue. Lut nq(a(, tke addrcu • u a lutcEMiuB of ptciuran, kxiivered la a Jiauuer too muxi aaiural, aud bekce, ttuon .uo<. lesiiog wu Ik Ike aacekdaacy, akd at motbrr, pjKcx. hu giiii ol mimicry taemed great, ku periiou, ibodgk vaidabit tocnltj bcw. sei, wu but xpxriugiy exercued. it uo.*.ly u lae Ugbikiug, ik a siogte liuk, Ulumma-ing ml. a-id guuc, makug way lor tbe tuiilog ,et. and the l-iiiua toficiit. f. .oogbout the >naie ui m.t ui.b; be addreocd binuclt tu .de fancy tkii tu ton bean. fAe cannot ionfat, lor a mumcut, haafeaei, that Mr. ueunb is in a very high negree, capable oi ■cali'.g with priueipiu, and grappling With aurcrixry by «a; oi argumcni, but ne td-uy‘.cd a ditffercut,' and, uae think, a much ■ iser conree, for a firxt appearance. Xbe mode ol addre,-- ix ooe ui wbicb maukinn will -ever Hre, till bumau nature tecumu dirtxi-ed et 111 lufcerent Y>rouerliet. Us recited a crie. ot strikiiglj pertinent laett, allnt wbicb lesciiu beeutildi pictures, Notningcuuld tx-ccd Jieunilj cl Uc impresarons, waiicno-Jiiag -u. .d be more muituarioua Ifcan tbe means luplojcu lu eticct It. It Wu a xpcciex ot nuriar-tiring, in wbicb old Bails, hruaeu nut--ex, chips ot irun, aud biti oi metal, tugetke. e,sb ball ut lexd—auytbing, everyih-ag par-aXiug dt tnc uatnr- ot i miuile—wu nvaila-)le. the cumpuubd n>b-x wu xbnwe.ediurUi .Itk rcxistlexx migat .ud poacrlul cxccatiCb. I ke great idea, wkicb wax nppermuxt all tbit erening wu the evil, ut driutiug; aud. ukder Jeep convictioa ul that trutk, ev'e7 man must nave left the aucmhly. ‘ The eoadaxiun to which we hare come, .heu, u that me maritx of Mr. Gongo ktve by no mexnx been uvernted. io Eugltod he xoold take a sund quite u higU u he hu lateo II tnc I'niicd Sutea. There is no hu-trd BOW in xtyiug that tbere will ucnodisnp-pointment. He will nowhere tail lo equal, it -ot to lurpus expectation; and hia triumph «ill, amouaxt Eugliahmen, ue ail the more ukjplcte. ii'o: i tke ulter kOMUirn of all preteo-•iokx. Uis.air maku promise of uothing, tad lekce all that is given is ao mBck above the cuktnct. It is impouible tocosoviva ot auy-aikg mure eouiwijr tree Iroa empirKixm. r'roia lint to lut, it u ualare aciiug ia ooe nf ber ttvurXe xona. Oratonally cunxidered, ne IX never al lailt. VVkHc the vocable pro-nnaciauun, wito tcarceiy an exccptioii, u pertcct, the elocuuonary element u every wey xo.-thy of it. He u wholly free, >in the one nend, from huvy moooteny, nnd on the othur. Hasn't she got one ol her ow* t    I 'lex ma an: but it ba. gut ruxiy, and xt. i RUirg to hwTc rmer eoinpwn. lodra-er,’ nry well; we eta do w iihoot ours for one day; hut you muai teli Jane lo returo it he- i     g._______ ture the dinner hunr tu-ikurrow.’    '    ,,    ,.    ,, ■Ye. ma’am ■    ‘    i    “lakk    raa    t’lTe-Bkk.    -VSbiie wenditg B.'idget di.ippeareJ, but returaed ii the : ®'" '*1    nigkt    Uroagh one of onr ipeee ot a Bii-uir    more ohacnr-’itroetx we were awaleirej from r:,itr •    :    .3'’3    ¡r» * ell, von may rre them tu her hut tell ker n    I***    P'*'*'".    1'*“ iriatiJ ti.t ,1... » n. —  I  _____'    ®°<*    timi.,    ohjrrtionx    of    the    little'one availed BO'king—akc wu ikroat into toe afreet by hci xtrictiy Ibat ihey must be returned to mur-row.’ 'It letms to me,’ she continued, vbeu Bridg t had left the room, 'that -Mrs Bruwu brnli.n motber. with eft-repeated itjuuctiou tu be speedy with her itepx, else she uiigbt re 1,^1 J . ■'    •    Its    deuuenx    were    etjy    mg    repose    alter    the    fa . ■r.ith. uot^hi.of'it, but bcllixh imuiunx, audsuw the xeedxuf aild aus brutal diicred. "Take the pitcher,” little one euloriud otherariiciu 1 leulyoe scxle'day La, no,' said Jane, cuolly, ‘Mixs Bruwn Amid the filth and fuairt—tke vice and de Utuchery of UcM livuig cnarntl kuuxcx bun drcilt like yuorv-lf, innuctnt nnd pure r could lend Mri. Brown a-dny 1 ‘There now,’ said Jane, with ludden reeol-laction not, eomplain not. u you crou that uahaliuwed thrukold tooi.hi.en    inthelulnre. we eon t Imd it ud xo, >f yen him t oo oh- joggd gg„,„ hg,k,Vd and wife. ‘ Di. r    ®    'f    ' -fj'f‘7 conduct'- hu been charged aud proveí gum* to brile •®<n® “uk to-murrow morning,    lutoxicatmn-hea.tly.    Iii    Jis xnx?r tre ib I íaÍ^, V    b    ‘•'■““•‘ei.rst-wa. the eaute. The eonlenti o'l tbe gridiro* for Jane, and if —he ,    ••pit^ker'* had been qnaffed to the very creilinucd. itrniag to the Utter, 'Vnu euuld i    and the penan» of the law muxt to ful'T,*“l‘“b‘    r.‘“    “'t®    - -®‘b »®r ■ <>• pbilanthopm- v^'.....  UthuudeSmed    ilaScj Oh yex. said Jane, xiuiply. not notiriug the Mreutie tone in whiek .he spot* '1 doa't think we shall wtet it abuvt. a weix. 1 don’t xee the exitor,' remxrked Mr, Ad-imx to hix wife tbe icit dxy al lue uinner u hix 'Bridfet o..ght lo rtmtaibcr to place it on the uhle ' sketch, let the douhtar “••«♦k uu!, Ure ofisia sougti .naa luuad," the origiuai. and we can proniiae b in that hu ■***'*' not be in vain ttm amnig ih' seirrh ' > 11 • i*u. IX of thii good eitv.—,Vx:re<i//< Awe So ika wonld hat Mr». Browi, uor nvxt iJ'uettt faciDanT.-tt l heard x very p*ett) door atighbor, ku borrowed \i ’    '    Htt!» lucidwnt the .ther dai which we cxpbo' ‘Borrowed tbe cxiiorT-reth. ra xtrxote re- ! atlprataiiug. A yoaat lid; Irom tbe Souih quit. I think. Hit why iid'al Bridgci ruui " *«»®» •“ Jd »®d won hy n yonthlu tkt itMk 1 lent bomr ?'    |    icuu    Ufiu,^    lu CtAifo cu beu th Beoenie Mrs. Brow»    has horroweJ    to*    *ui¡Vvn*ent    wumxjr, li.e Ductur wax rie* ¿li^irou *    h«Ttn;{ 0 ty wrr mtrniful iu Si4 rrkDti»cj Mrx. Hrowa attin ' Vur, .. .^rt 1 • lend ' •' Lad not m.'ed xii moethx h'.wev.r, when herxofrw ly. By the war. wnere are ..i the i h; xn aulurtanwte inro.tmtal be iret hu eutir ibrellu' If raiweJ th'ii tea-nmg. -i: II ““fr®** «“H r—e npea him il xhonl. lid find Bowc in it. place ’    ,    *>• added, juxtwa.n he wx. iLiking retJy . ‘I don't know. I'm xuf«. Perhsii B-i igr'ItUx bride Wtat do*, br M h' •aa inform ax Bridget.' uiJ xkr wkn. ibxt 1 Rhi “ «uaofxb.a and ehirairoux jiwag («I touBff lidy btd APiwervd tfe( •noifCigy» u( tAc i ^    •‘*‘1 wriu« tb tell, ‘dojo* kiiowwhathubecume gl ail Ibi , *0®“^ Iwdr tre y p.-tic. ..- uf the unhxpp amhrellu ?'    '    'h™ "h‘ca nx * laren p '*>;    lu.-i'intx ■hhnr*, mx'xni Mux Brown hu got'vo ot > «•®''®d L»* luat il tkx l.rt prudeerd tn< a. She horixwedthem a Week ago.' | cbai..'» tn ®«r leningx tu tarda hi n. she i And hain't r»l lined then sett    i    r«|tiu«J tram every p,oiki.e Ibe bid at No. nix im. ud I don't hr icvt um; > the    And    »hti    Jor. tie xesr. «i-d g i' worvtoi It ’    I    "hr, she taXr. a lamp nt pure guld. wkiel Jost then tb« betl rang, and B'..lg.t I hv 5®»w h»d *wnt h-r la p-o.pefity. ua ke. p ik*f ed th« lummoni    i    aakw, and bstiu. it muutaciared into a rin. •Mre Hruwi teads lir* enmplimen’.x »til ' I"'** Jed 'I to hint witb the (ollowiag Hib.. she. ro ippeiriag, 'tnJ wou.d ¡iix to borr.a ¡ o.rnpti'r «ng'traJ In uislinet chxracters uir largest wx.h.Uib    I    'Wi 'h« laxi 1»; Mr. and Mrs. .Adam luok.d at each uthar I "balrtal lai nut to tett< thu. or t.i rotun ia Utotiiikmrni    '    Don. Ijlluwiog atu thtx, wh' nrr tbui. ‘Mell,'laid Uxformer. It irngtb. lo-.uh-j" I K'' aad whiiher thou lodg.x' lime audieilT the p    !m    uti.»; cxrl'Hilr    m    «¡1. I led.’*    tb peopi* will br un pu.pie iwiided to Mri Bro    n    It usud ikatibrw. i and thy 0 .u    10; <vhI. wberr ta.i* Jivxi * rtiaovn I't u bad u a lire, bnt I ibaulu iik to know how muy rvm wex x-e a. bad u a korruwiig ucigkkor : Ate 1 to toll Jana Ibt xii r xtxi J l) i igct. a lillle nstackieruaxir. ‘Me, no,’ said Mri. Adanix— lea tety giro kar tke tub. oad yen uad'al Sky uyttlag tbont ratnrniag It—it wuu’t do uy good ’ *Birioaily.’ ik«rowtmaed, 'xometblng tenxt bn daae, or tha hoate will very tau baematr, Yn daa'l kuwhaU ihxiitnl to wbwh Mn. Hrwxra Mrrita bar horruwiag nraprasity.— Miikig thi lut wrik siit bu kuriow*d Ua eoffet. Bilk xigtr. (loer. rggi. Irtiampaex WMd upkina. a Nstor. gridiroa, akulBI ud Maga, aad otbw 'rtielii, ti tb« aoctiooMri xay 11 tbair adrartMOiiala. too aaatroui tu Butloa. Tbii Ix bid uowgh. bat Mn HroivB, In tdditsaa to tbu mobi Io rega*d Ibn Ml ol borroa lag u iniuliaK btra Itk tfec right al Mrmtaril poaxauiua \t liut I jadgw to froB Ike tut that tha uliaa ar aerar roUraithr aruelMharruaee ' ‘Il itpoMihli?' Mid Hr. A. la iButiBut ‘SoBaead Bust he pot to thU whisirxala rah-kwry. .happoM yon hagli ta harraa ol hai.— ■It'l a had rain Ihdt aw'l Bark both »iyi,' ud ptrhapt il;«« Btk* hat ImI a liult of fhd xe Muon appliea for ad.uiuioa into Cue die. Bad ixr ; wut I hi karirJ, Ua I* rd du atu asa, aud lourx xl.u if tuybt nut dotiL px*t Ibe* aad niv." TbwlarrrtdaliivJ bix xwiwt ' eart Bar* than tror whva he raewirwd this prremnx evidauee uf bar dev ,nua to hiu.. kutb lu storm ud aaa shine Ms uxy add that lurtuna v>oa agaiw xmiltd upon the Tonngphysiriu aud that k> iiikxreiatBlly rvtnnied la the Narth to wtc tke sweat giri ka Itead ud wko loead kta witkiBch au uaiyiog attaetwa. Nay, niuri 'ke happ) bride aad hridcgruuB gaxitc thruUgh nor ettv not lung since -u ikeir was I'l tke hoae at tha letter in the Goidca Slate Rudxr, ^is it all tree. Yuuug ladiu wt' 'tad tka Bihlt u eloMlv ta tha brroine ol out ir efdut teeaa ka have doka tro pratty un t< mast goad aBaathcarte and hatter wieu.— «•fdte r»p*r. CArea. c —Tbaro ta, na doakt, uch a thiai uthawaa hut I xtaaorouoa why Hrovidvart ihskld not Bofcr one of tl.—^Kgarit. ffir. ikdeej, t hlMsiig, whu Ike virtaa' of aohir raeu are hdrodiUry, aud do danei (ram ruimgdeclamatioB, properly to called. I'hcrc IX no moalhiag—ou atiltu ihonting. dix whole xpeakiug wu eminaouy true; there .> uuthmg false either in tone or inticction; tod 'be ume remark applies to emphuix. AÜ u :rnth; the reiolt is andeviatuig pleunre, nod irrui.tibla luiprexaioa. hiaoir la thniof nmu xko ncrar taought lircnsuiatcaoathesnkject '( public speaking , hot who lurrcndcrt him eit to the gnidtuM of hia gcoini, while he jftimes suatehea a graee hoyud tie raacn A rrt.” A STniKiwa iLii'aTmwrio».—A company of ndiridoalx nuited tnemselvu together in a uutu«l|ncucf It aucwt;. I'La Blaekamith comet .ud sayi— "Gcotlemea, I with to bceome a member ot unr nucciatioB." "tvell, whateto yon do7'* "Üh. 1 caa souc your horaea, troo yonr cai-lag'x, and iLtka ail kinda cf impltmenU." ■Ve*T well, come in. Mr. Blaekxaiiih." Tkei-.uciety. ‘ And whit cxn you da, lirT ’'Ok, 1 can baild yonr ba.*si tod hoaacx, tables tnd bridgea " V*7 Well, came lo—wn eu't do wiihont yon.*’ Aluug romu the Shaeniaker, and uyi, ' f wisn to becume t member of yonr locts ('7 " ' A'cl, w hut can yon dot' ’ "I can luxic baolx nudi hou lor you." Cuu.e la, Mr. Shocmak r —we moat hava ,'U Si, iatu-a, apply all the diffirenl trodax ' •ud prulcxxioux. Hit lull; tu ludlvidoal uiuex. tud aaou tu bccume a mambir. Aud wn«l «re you) ' "I a«> a ttumseller." ‘ A Kumxxilei! aud what eta you doY" ' 1 sxu (i.iiid jxiis a-d prixuaa aud poor lUUSeX." ■ .And ix tl. all!" ".So I eau lilt tkem; 1 oaa fill yonr jails «ilk crimitxii. yaor prnoiii with eoaviclx. .UÜ roar poor hoBxax wnb puon a." ' Add wkat tlxr eau yea du? I can iriig ihe grwv kairt of tka tgad lo ke grave w Itk aarroB; toaa break tka htarl f lue wits ud bleit tha proepccu of Ihn 'icii'ix ol toleut, ud till your land with Bort I.XU tka plagku at Egypt." ' Il Ik't nil you can duT" "tfuod heareuaerioa Ud iUaxalUt, “te uut that euuagk? " ukall, livtagkaar AMtMiltok, MiamiCo , I at app'e tree fifty laaro •ld'‘lutipiia|. ‘ Is still tkrifty, and ie aew fall of applM. le apple 11 kaowa tt tha “•nihik or Sweet An Amiokt Awrut Taaa.—t aleh Mon. Itukall, livtagkaar AmIMiImb, MiamiCo , lae at ■ '    *    “    — 't U I r*e I,,    ...... .......... Vlxidcn'i H'aih"—tkd ikMhinu w* anppota '■ Ilf inteadod to doalguto rise flavor al tha 'rait. A paekaga of "eotewtod'* Mod* Ba» aererod from N'isith Caraliaa. aad plaatod lu lbs xpnag ol KRIY Kpbb that plauliag U« ifte nntwad Bu aradact J Wa karo, thraagh 'be al.eatlaa al Iriead Muat. a deaeaadttt u! Hrafatkall. aaaplea al Ua OnhiU Apple • Ike kMKt» al Bhwh Ua eoeltea af the taa. X lu'dx prrhept Ue bMl dtewripilow.—Dws' . /«acwai. I'aa SoaaoBrsL Taaa.—At Goa. aot I..-I ovi Mooibay, tkeco le a elafalar vegvlabix r.lUd Ike "to*roafal teaa," b-Btute it e*'v inaritbMia Ik., atakl. Al anneet no ftow. . xra to ka taaa, aad yak ball an hear afttr it iiqoita fall of Uea. Tboy lui. a xwut 'Brfl. hit lha ua ao wuaaer ekU't -,i— taau •ooae of Uwa fall all oad atkefi ciom api xtd Uttr telvM IroB Ud iaiUtioB Ol iirtaoai u.( ihu it daauaate D**te»g ta U* iilit tU •e*tor».-- .“nhh,    'Ueyoar,

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