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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - March 2, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana J opt a amp Bailey. I editor Ihla Lealier and. I Roj it Rieter. Pc in i mfrs Sci to Ipin Cedat Mumino a lips on Alho astr opposite the Public que tems$2 per yet air in Advance. Rates of Afee rising one Square 12 in a less one inaction $90 insertion. Or. ? a Sain inc year. .1000 a Quot Zenft Quot. Three months. A one column care y ear. A �0,00 Quot six month. A a a -�0,00 Quot three months of half column one year. A six months Quot in Quot three months2000 one fourth column one year. a it Quot a a six months. A 1� a a a three months Sion announcing candidates for office. -2,00 Jeor double column Advt a Price and a half All kinds of Job printing done at reasonable it of �9, and executed with neatness Aid dispatch. We Irish a Busti Nutly understood at the beginning that our terms of subscription Are Cash. We do not propose to publish a news exas. Propose paper on any Stuert edit aptly what this Lan a Gwen Itin Veen Praet iced Winan cloth a instal lib to May fit the. Middle or end of the year. No with Ita Dirig the terms stated were Cash. Our determination to pursue this course is the rest of Many years experience in the bus new affairs of life. The same lessons of expert be have taught Many of our Best commercial men to a Hange their whole course and inst amp a of. A nuked system of credit and Cash to adopt Del sively the Cash principle in All their future business affairs. Newspapers in the Large cities of a Union have Long since abandoned the credit and adopted the Cash plan As the Only one to ensure Success. A the people of our part of the West Are now in a prosperous condition of life and do not want the trifling accommodation of credit a it a their newspaper subscriptions which May Baye Beiss and doubtless was very desirable in he test settlement of the country. But the season for this having passed away the Pray Nice Quot should be Stop pro. The 8ei.iected. Bachelor s beat. Christmas is come and gone and i am a gain alone that it is not Good for a Man to be so is. A truth which eleven years of a in Solute Solitude have taught me too often to feel though it is chiefly at this precise period that amp sense of utter loneliness finds vent in thought if not in words. It is not in Spring when the Woods Are vocal and the finds instinct with life it is not in Sunder when a contemplative mind Fin tongues in running Brooks sermons in a tones and Good in every thing a still less it twid the bobs a stillness of autumn the yearns go by Twilight when Man holds communing with his spirit too deep and awful to be shared with Iii nearest and Dearest that the Burden of South a becomes oppressive. No it is when after partaking in the refined the social or the Domestic Joys of those among whose firesides custom and consanguinity have divided my holidays t return to the cheerless meal and silent Vigil of my own Bachelor Home. And yet it is a beloved Home hallowed by fond recollections and Rich in present enjoyments Endea fed by the shelter it afforded to the Green loveliness of a Mother s old i a which had nothing of age save its Sanctity hallowed As the scene of a transition which had nothing of death but the name adorned by her own exquisite taste and my solicitude for her com Brt with a thousand Little refinements which few Bachelor Homes can boast. It is not that i would give the roof that sheltered her Hume though it be for the Sta Eliest Halls of the revellers i have left re nor the Garden she planted for Quot a wilderness Quot of exotics nor the Little Library originally selected for my Emma and perused with my Mother for the treasures of the Vatican or escorial a but simply that Man has gregarious and social propensities which when awakened by Tiiman Intercourse leave a painful void behind. It is nearly Twenty years since with blighted Hopes and parfait energies i a eased fruitlessly to struggle in the race of life with those who had still Bright eyes to cheer them during the contest and a prize before them at the goal. The world called my Retreat Pusi animus and absurd j deemed it providential when i found that slender As were my resources and Humble As Iny Home both would contribute materially to sooth the decline of my even selfishness might have found its account in the compact for who can bind up the immedi Cable wounds of the heart with the skill or the tenderness of a Mother a one too gifted far beyond the generality of her sex with strength of in ind tempered by More than of disposition. She Hack seen enough Tobe Ai amusing companion and suffer a to by an cd Fiji ohm there was a Sunshine of conscious integrity and Benevolence about to which no despondency a would resist and a Vij a of Prii Isle and into Llma before which selfishness an inti til Ity shrunk abashed. If in r him creasing Iii firm tues forbade her a to Rio by Quot going about a hng3g, % there a manat Ike Aje fu3 a my Star onary Beacon a of Rof Christian Charity precious to the Silty ipod Wei amp re of build re is. Fie Laid if Domito i Irise and influence to promote and a a per Eyce to hmm Jimmy Arenture on Tihe voyage of Viand a pure that Ike the widow s Cise a in eds re pin a did i the mind a la Fasla a i Iii it la i it a a Var Kew Ai oaf Tirls a Seftas Tessand i Job tits were a id by Peren Nii to a would. It Wiit Hec a the want to Ovaneil she to we aka ids the the ii nem and Wath of it a bpm in the would Eood on list ure with a relish As Exquio Ite Yas Thaviu Tam a. So Fux nit of vision us Ahe had amp a literature the ent Hub am of he to a a a the the tact i a ii a Aktiv to of Ltd Pori mind a a Quot Quot of what did not Ore her in. Kea a has Rte do and Forloni. A second time i Sou to i fun he Riis in to to a Soiu Bhe fint la a a other her a acid a Lii set fifth is Grieci we a id pm a mo�fn4h�i$m old . Corald i who Hia Faut been opted in Toi to Ign in tasted a hero for a my bom Ftp to. Quot a. I received during the it of idea in nine Aletter Quot Fri in my to Ftp by n a phew. The son of by a old orbit the Farthur and that do Dii Gaiolini eth Efraine of my boyhood one Hose by the be of error freon w Ich so timely rescued a a y Iii of Quot and a Saint new in Arthur died Early in life in a foreign land a there he in ordered for his health and his widow to whose character fore a congenial Haa Quot Everyst Quot remained a Brood re a a Inibig her a Fly so no of whom she dated As her inseparable companion. This was Dur ii of my Mother one of the Japsi severe and it patiently end ired iri�is., she Haj no a ii lib i Rel pee Judi is by Yerid hit la Giti Nate a to a ennobling preference which every native of . Happy land must feel for its a aping Fri but the taught of a Youing Shah of birth and Fortune the estranged from every English feeling and association ii made 4ier�almost unjust to the limbs in which he jihad Job Esq brought up a a alien and towards the Mother whose mingled Romance and. Levity had induced her to prefer them. Quot it had been Well if a the cons us Nch a to poor Philip had been bounded by making him a Kwam and dissatisfied. Briton disqualified for the pairs Tiitso a i since med for the pastimes of his cd until he but deeper evils still i Froni the sir ii song. And witching Gice Quot of the South and those Tho deprecate Foj eign connections for their children would do Well to pause Erie they expo their susceptible feelings to fascinations which it May be alike Nii Sery to yield to or resist. The Youn Nian s letter the first for Many a Long year breathed a very pleasing desire to cultivate the acquaintance of his Only near relation and agreeably surprised me by the information that he was actually in England on a visit to a Nobleman in the Northi with whose Nephew he had formed an intimacy abroad and to whose Only Daugler. A. A Beautiful Young woman with Cboin he was sure i should be pleased he was on the Point of being United. It was Desius if possible to spa he a few weeks with his bridal party at our seat in the county in which i was now residing and ventured to request me to ride Over to Wetty Orton and give directions for such temporary accommodations As the. Neglected is Sion in its state of Long dilapidation. Old be made to afford. My heart warmed As i read towards the son of my poor Arthur whose marriage i hoped would prove in All respect a a More congenial once and i found during autumn very agreeable employment in fulfilling his request. My first visit however to the Home of my childhood lbs later 1 had not inhabited it was abundantly trying from precisely opposite causes to those which often Render such visits in after life painful. Many old Mon complain of tie metamorphoses which their Home has undergone and feel As if improvements and embellishments were outraged on its remembered Sanctity. Here nothing had been altered nothing improved but the House which i had thought princely and which even the county histories of the Day styled the Fine new place of w Betterton seemed to stand re Lone in its. Neglect and its desolation while All around bore the Quot smiling Marks of rapidly a Dah cd no taste and Comfort. It Lead been let to casual tenants As Long As these would submit to its Long Damp passages gaping sashes decaying floors and scanty furniture but that time had Long been passed and an old Gardener Malotte u contemporary of its better Days lived in the mansion he still thought unrivalled sighing Over its dec and the still More Complete desolation of those famous terraced gardens which in their Pride he had supposed no faint image of those of Babylon but which his feeble Arm had Long proved unable to Rescue from becoming like them a Quot howling it was a Fine soft autumnal morning when i Rode up to the House chocked by the neglect of the once trim jew Hedges and Over i pwn grass walks which in my Youthful ignorance of better things i Hac fancied the very perfection of taste. The old Gardener aware of my coning was hobbling about in the Sun before the door anxious to catch the first glimpse of his mistress s son a and looked with his Crutch for he was almost a triple from rheumatism in too Good keeping with All around. The House was it a Long straggling mansion which the vanity of my ancestor had expanded into an imposing length of front while his finances had proportionally contracted it breadth a so that it consisted of endless files of , following each other in antique taste and tarnished finery like a procession not Over we appointed in a country it the tre. The Small narrow windows were a sufficiently numerous to admit Light but to afford any Prospect to those who might attracted by the Vici Ity of the huge antique chimneys which grim with the smoke of a in entry presented devices in intelligible to. Modern Vertu. Many of the bedrooms were covered Tveith that sort of faded tapestry where As i once remarked with indescribable we to be the Case with Thio acts of nature. During an almost rotate dips Trees bikes men and assume. One pallid a nondescript tint like the ghosts of Ossian Cardy distinguishable from the Grey Clouds on which Uliey rated. Or. The. Grey. I mountains on whiff else a a to pop uhf ceilings again teemed with sparkling gods and goddesses of pm in ii and Bulky nabs a a View by4jhe in Kirin fire. Seemed to threaten a Sec a to Quot of a put ii and i i Reihs mba a ii Inlet of body i horror la Sti an in a Fabulo proc blk and crush me m my Ltd a i ii ism a few Rte go of a desolation for to the not up ictus a swae Yri Ness ,a8sume.d byr.uire3trainedtvc-the a if up aiding fun of j the Conj try lab a of. ,buttrf5sses, Whoie rpt Sirj lop Gay anday a a i no once Tamly dressed Xirui tree of to Viiu a fit a pm i idea had cheer Ujj ind to Fml unfit. Society a de Gree of a a Aii ral disa mint mint we cd into the amp a ii in Yin it a Iglo a to to a Dies lamp a so a i hard itch army jeep howl acid a or been liv4ng among in,,.,Werc Daiko Eil to a. B Elf at a Aig Fow Ghrim Tihy of Hon Dunbar Row quite on the Otiver sides Fly in egg at Tetil a Philip How eve is Ifo to nil Iti a strip la tto a for we Vild in my coming to stay Edth it Hiitt to Hanover �1 should Hupje Ful la Jediny pro Vio a of a ments. He conjure to me by the Iove Ltd to his father and Motlin re to come kind a Rne .�?z.y. .�?z�?z�?z.v. A Wujs. A a a be a Friend a the if exuberance of kindness we a ittle indeed of the Joy of. A a to my tas something in the word so of this he go of Iny epistle who a a Lia tent a cd me pm in of a a by a mid he Placid St la Hie b fun by Row and it was a Knell which All the joyous tumult of a avas therefore wit a deep presentiment of sorrow that a went Tofte to this bridal party at my pm term Al my bsh do. It chill Ifo a a air a Ern ooh Whenn id be up the ,, old there would a fac. Meth ii Yery cheering in. T he Laze m tights we cd from a a Mdse a very i ride we of the Sion had i note co Teri its master his Back turned to the festive scene pacing wrapped in his travelling Pelissey up and Down the approach. I Stopp the Carriage and springing out Embric cd the so of Arthur and Ca Flifle with. Parental i dec tips. The likeness to Bis Motif a in the imperfect Light a Sich that a should have recognized him any where. A of a was moved Fiir a beyond what. I supposed our Mere relationship could cell Forth and anxious Quot to give a More cheerful turn to the interview i put my Arm within his and begged to in conducted to his Bride. "sheis.Riding, Orwa King. Or something Quot said he Quot with the rest of the you will see Herby and we entered the drawing room and ii the full Light it afforded i gazed on the Send Era elegant almost feminine looking youth whose pensive and eloquent countenance bespoke him As Quick to feel As he was perhaps unequal to struggle with the inevitable disappointments and evils of life. There was an expression of settled dejection on his Fine features which made me. Shudder and it contrasted so with his position As a recent bridegroom and returned heir that it shocked me the More. Quot we have made the old chateau tolerably comfortable i Hope Nephew Quot said i. Quot i believe they find it so Quot said he negligently Quot As for me i know too Little of what English comforts Are to be sensible of their absence. Your Winter Quot added he shivering Quot is sadly gloomy and i feel a want of Sunshine which All your Coal fires cannot Quot Don t let it affect your spirits my dear Nephew Quot said i a Quot love have Many things besides Coal fires to make Sunshine within doors in England. The smiles of a wife for . A cold As 3 01ir Northern suns Quot was the muttered reply in a tone of bitterness which really frightened me. Quot i am As bad a judge of English smiles As of every thing else 1 is in a Ose Quot added he in a softened accent "1 have been spoilt for them too i just then a loud sound iof talking and laughter announced the return of the equestrians and my painful curiosity of Sec my new Niece was gratified. I had heard that she was handsome. She was More she was dazzlingly Beautiful her tall find figure setoff her Riding dress and her com ple Ion heightened by exercise struck me with admiration and i wondered what Philip could mean by Quot cold smiles Quot when with one of irresistible frankness she bade me wellcome to Wester ten. She made some Lively remarks on their ride and joined cheerfully in the chit Chat around. I looked at my be Pisiew to whom she had not spoken and he probably Reading my astonishment Rose As with an Effort and approaching is asked her in a tone of tender interest if she Felt fatigued ? is if All Lier animation had been suddenly chilled by a painful recollection she coldly and gravely answered Quot not in the least Quot and rising with Ungry Fenious haste left the room to dress Quot there must be something at the Bottom of this a thou Glit i As my Nephew shaking his Bead sorrowfully led me with the rest of the Geule men to my room. When we met at dinner i was much struck with the contrast Between the Plain substantial meals which in my childhood covered my father s Board and the perfectly foreign air which under the superintendence of an italian major Domo the table had now assumed. The party who seemed about equally made up of Mere sportsmen Hode Ped and dashers who their entertainment and Host provoked nil by alternately devouring and disparaging a very thing by fore them while Philip a stranger to their local to and to sell be a sat nearly silent by my Side and lady Jane More. Fade ent than a Var list no a com place nth a if tit dts courage ugly to the Small talk of he or Itile be Cousin the. the never in my Lif an us sorted party. There were one 61 to a wins West Tuelp Matt a their Fox he Iriti or Bla Meg lords. On the a its i ooh waste a thought it Leidy jmj a Cost Nefi us punfjil., Nim nation. Stoe was cd a Tail Clever slip must despise the by in Pai tend feel a re it a a a she a i Byi the in a in by curled he a Tifi Tiff who a the of Herod d itself str it Yves Arce Quot Quot Handke Sci refined deeply interesting Hiis Aidif sh4 did n6t."thahk , lit Wert Mike if Agni a i detected Hier a Nuj Ebli i eyes Aofter Dex Slyn the True history of. All to a said i to a set Hirts shall under i of Canad Mii the Leif i it fun help a i there twas. In the. individual a whom ,1 a would i it he in ii ill Hose hiatal -greatl3�ii�i�ii���dctojd�kp a i Nehib to or Tiati re cubs amp its a a eff cd 4 no tais9a0t untied she took Ltd Santago or to Ibunia Tea air a Ittin Feitz Geth Tei i ump ii is ape Law twi a a a sgt is a a a tsp msgr i a Tho a Pia Lff a mtg a Mrna i a Jhu mss if with i Fiolli i Mii Iitto Fajr lib a a a Kyj Ai 4fiis6moth�rjl a a a a a on Scipi of Law of Terji Tepu Puon Inous re Midch to to by gridded a in Hal a Ailin Tood Niece Quot a a Tail do Vijh a a gtd a a a we do my Jiva Ftp a Ever Ems a a cd a Ira Plumbly a pm a a a no by Wmk of a it of trient Ira it for to Rwm but a Nhy he so a id withal Hemni let Bho a ,.wh�.pr< rf�.o�\0 Quot did youjr��lly.l�v�, for a a a were a blk you a it of a Kyve a i sir amp i when a oui lost do Fri a hts hed a Bise and y Mips edit Hung .0 my. Reply its Tel air. Did indeed a Lka a a tithe a a a old be no Ihu 1dl�, a of requited a a Sion Buti Siim iltis a by it a melted. A for a St dec and Olier ish do re am flies before no Oming s mgr Ltd i a Novig a fat Irig Bra la a i the re b Hope fit in Frye a to lib it p a a a pressing the tears Fhi Jiju i a Long forbidden 7&Quot Quot a id i rid of what Quot Abr 1 cps old not yet diving Quot Wka re lurked the Demon amp Tal to her peace. Quot that Philip May love me in time in spite Early mid Atti Ament to the italian girl his Mother rescued from taking the veil and whom but Abr her and my Cousin Charles he would have the whole mystery As it regarded my Niece was now unravel in of jealousy accounted for All her dissembled coldness but whether arty Trace of entanglements still combated in my nephews it ikast his evident attachment to his Bride i could not be quite certain. I however Felt sufi client confident of the contrary to cheer her heart with assurances of the genuine arid unfeigned affect or i had remarked in his conduct town ids her. A of he is very very kind but when some weeks after our marriage i received the cruel. Victoria s letter invoking curses on my head and boasting of the indelible hold she possessed Over Philip s perjured heart i a How get i should have died. 1 Fiew and upbraided my Cousin with his knowledge of this prior attachment he confessed it but while he gloried in having assisted to break it off and Quot affected to treat it with a com he warned my How i revived a slumbering spark by any so time Hal allusion or unguarded disclosure assuring me from his knowledge of Philip s temper that i could Only acquire and maintain a hold on his affections by a dignified Reserve the most opposite to the jealous transports which had at length weaned him from my foreign rival. He told to my husband Walt romantic to excess and that Romance in a wife would be the Bane of his happiness and hers that amusement and dissipation were the Only cure for his melancholy and see ing me admired by others the likeliest Mode of fixing his truant affections on Quot poor child Quot said i almost unconsciously As this highly born and highly gifted Creatis re a wept in agony on my shoulder Quot by what machinations has thy peace been invaded and thy innocence endangered a such invidious counsel could have had but one object to estrange thee. From the most affectionate of hearts a tide a to thee for Comfort on the most aft til of seducers Quot just then i saw approaching but at the further extremity of the Long Avenue we were entering the husband so nearly about to become a prey to this deep Laid plot against his peace. Burning to dispel without the loss of a moment the remaining Clouds of misapprehension Between two Young and amiable beings i requested my neice to step aside and pursue her walk screened from observation behind the High Yew hedge of the approach while t went Forward alone to meet my Nephew i quickened my Pace and joined him almost instantly. Quot Philip Quot said i Quot am i right in supposing that your evident dejection is occasioned by doubts of your Young Bride s affection Quot he looked up and sighed asset. Quot what then if i inform you that her coldness proceeds from far better founded misgivings lest in offering her your hand a heart should not have been j ours to be Stow. A i need Only name Victoria and say that lady Jane Kun is All to account at once for her injured Pride and wounded feelings Quot. Quot does she indeed know All Quot said Philip looking up with the air of one rather relieved than disconcerted. Quot it was hot. My kill t she knew not from the first that 1 once childishly Imit hed loveliness of mind and person Viust found United and woke from the Deli Ion to bless my. Be Cape from the . Of an. I ornate fiend is he Quot spoke i caught a go Jipse of a White veil Quot tidy by an e my Hwy a Ough named it my a neighbor to remain justly sup pop Ngi that to. Verh re Suc unsuspected testimony to her sole Empire in her husband s heart would be North volumes of4irectuinces. A -., j a paid in sure Quot a of unus a h Quot a Orr place in lady Iju no less Boisi is that m la Hgt Steed to hut contempt or pity for the Shamess being whom Porti a a a Hick in Itai Iza is of a Triu in a Ier. Vol a Felfe it up in i said be Uela the Post of so cond Lieutenan xbvc��arsy5s arid a i to Gor cast Avoir at in is levity the Jerod. , i hoped your Ai and think Xmas Ven Ture to assure you that half to Buli told me will suffice to give to of Yut bime a Waw bid ppei%j5old Rig fessed. The tears of Joy irradiated a Blush and to i hive Seldom Een but with late ski Hof Ymir cd Fidei if is Nib transmission from despondency to estacy., j took a hand of. Each in mine and Raj de min it had Impi in re in be file of Quot Fol a ibo re la stir Ftp of Ock in Ilhee Fri Pijl ibo Hai cd Mishura Sun a big Litvay s bar room with him. He was walking Abb it to tip it Vifa a 2 a weird a _ shot a a Putnam i am Media by und in iritis Bis own head Jan a flew his Ibe it build a a his body show amp at Fie was All i a min i edit my tie he api to be about thirty five a ears old a Little Kyle by feb this a a ctr Rte lib a it la it me a int the following not to the county Creek. Joerq s r a i Ofir of the f of fort Kearney is Hei and he be a followed by who intend Ait the first Opportunity to kill him. I Ain the Quot individual and overheard the arrange in ends there is no joke in this and any kist Smice Yogi i Render me will be than fun by the bearer can give Yoli idl in he a yours most respectfully j. A. Roane 4th Artlery. Errand swindling operatic ii Nipp in the bid. Yesterday to a Moon As the it express train on the c. Amp e. Railroad left Erie two Well dressed Young a $�o0 Bili a i the Manu amp Cturner Buhk of Hartford ind. In pay amp ent of their fares to Cleveland. The conductor hot noticing but that the Bill was on Hart pid a of new Picut gave in return. Finding out his mistimed a few minutes after he went to the a ii gets and Reque sted some other Money. They then paid him a $5 Gold piece r thinking from appearances eth to they had top. Much Money he telegraphed to this City that on the arrival of the train they might by air rested. Arriving they went into St Phi is dining Hall and paid Lor a dinner with a $1 Bill of the same. Money. Officer Lawrence and depot master la Obinson then took them to a room Abd searched them. They found they had a carpet big a ill of this Indiana Money amounting according to their own statement to about $17,000. There was also found about $60 it in Gold in. The carpet bag. This Money was taken Possession of by the officers. The claimants will appear this morning in the police court. To recover their property if they can satisfy of their . The Money was in one three five and ten Dollar Bills All new. There is no such Bank in existence As the Ohe Quot the purport to be upon. It is Down in no Detector save in a few which these men carry with them. The Bills Are lithographed which adds vastly to the coolness of the the Possession of so Large a Quantity of Lith graph Bills is an apparently Rich swindling Cleveland Leader 17th. Tiie Senate to. Indiana the fresh indignities offered by Tfir dam Ocre tic majority in the United states Senate to the people of Indiana though not in expected Are not such As can pass unnoticed or be spa Edily forgotten. That messes. Brigit and Fitch had not a Shadow of Legal or equitable right to represent Indiana in the Senate is manifesto to every one who has any knowledge of the . They were voted into their seats at the last session no one appearing to contest their claim but. Without any attempt on the Parton the committee having the matter to Justi fit the proceeding on general grounds and in the plainest contradiction to principles previously asserted by the same democratic majority in the Case of a Republican sen not Only this but the act w utterly at variance with the requirements of the con Stith tips and with Laws of Indiana strictly conformed thereto. A so abhorrent was this action to the popular sentiment of the state thus wronged that by a vote in which Pemon to Jed lie publicans United the sectorial seats were declared vacant by the Lei sly tire and to lawfully a Lect a senators a a a i Mph it and the other aet publican a two re a Enfer to a Mingtoi to ask hat the rights of India Ana should be respected by pasting fee Gus senators and giving the so at to Tnie ice pc Send Tiv a of that a so a a a Zigri state. Such a claim was at least respectful heart. Has to the so mite in this Case was proceeding of this not filial. It was it t a a Dilt Iid Pivoc it Iii admit ii Fly was this Manifest from the nature of Itab Ca amp a Bat established Steibe Detis Ari rifled this Lone therefore were Fulfur entitled to a def a folds Adf Meinsc Low test a ism Miil Iii a a Ildie Oij la ,00 >/xq,03 to 10 it the democratic uti Quot Tik it i this rights of Isiaha Toi be i�>irm9tlyiezamiiuiii o ftra4dliditc finans Quot a a a Al rep a go i their ii Parji inti Ija Effii us Adl us19 my Iii a slip a Iii i he itt a s7�d a Jicy to stir sir is a a a six Zafain 1 Timis s Atio is at a emf my a Mem a a a a a Giitl Rupli offs if Ailes Fiolo of a my ii at in in and Pacific possessions Render 11 my dirty to i to to so Brif is for i a Stifen. Sages of december 1857 and 1858, to Ghi that by exe Puli be Quot govern Ghent of Thoun try that no inns a i limited to tip a try diff Tagis a Kly Teil. A a a it a Arapp re to my be i it the Dieci a Thoner Aii it he a tile attacks Moul Viive no us la gift Beeai it if Rio to i transit and. Protect the lives and Quot Piso party Fia a a. It is Quot to my Thitu of Tiibi a amp Sinaei a of it this Chanis to Al it Uzl a a in lore in to wite but Quot in Aoa it is be would act Lipon Hiso in res Fisi Biliti a hdm or a a few a no is r a Arit try Crew oms and to a Congress the passage i fact in the Riding Ither president under , sus Illey pro Vjio Espidy the land arid naval forces of the a Stiitz in train sit by ing bust Rte Ted or closed bylaw less Ivi Plesce twid the cd Ives property Quot of travelling thereupon requiring at the Saihe line that these forces shall w the moment the danger shall he a a to pm Sod away a. Popy Sjon Phi cities. Will be a pit tartly. Exp to int Ference a their Ime by Lawless Viola no a and so i Ilar neck a sitar a tfx to of a Irthea of via a a an act for the Protection of the Panama and thu Tepee route ski a j another subject it rally ii rant demands to Lii attention of the Nat at in e last session of cd riot a. The republics South of. The Ute it a states on this co hts not have unfortunately been in a stat Dof revolution and Civ War Ever since they achieved their ind =-mi.phe Jor another party has. Prevailed Quot and obtained posse in it of. Their. Porte to eign Commerce, they Haye seized. And. Confiscated american vessels and their cards .1n Aii arbitrary Quot and Lawless Quot Mahrier arid exacted from american citizens Byi forced Laws and other violent proceedings Tov Jewble them to carry on hostilities. The executive government of great brain Frince and other countries possessing the War making Power can promptly Emoy the Aie Essaiy Means to enforce immediate Fredr Esster similar outrages upon their subjects. It Soi the executive go Vei Rinmo it of Quot the Tom Ted states. If the president orders a vessel of War to any ports to demand prompt redress for outrages committed the offending parties sure Well aware that the command coui4 do no my re than rent Ohst rate. He a att resort to no hostile act the a a a stir a must then be referred to diplomacy acid in Many cases adequate redress can. Never be obtained. Thus Anie rican. Citizens Are deprived of. The same Protection under the Flag of their own con try which the sub i jets of other nations enjoy. A the remedy foe this state of things can Only be supplied ,.,the. Constitution has confided to that body alone the pow of to make War. Without the authority of Congress the president cannot lawfully direct any Force however near it May be to the scene of difficulty to enter the. Territory of Mexico or Nicara a or new Grenada for the purpose of defending the persons and property of american citizens even though they May be violently assailed whilst passing in a peace id transit Over the Tehuantepec _ Ica us or Panama routes. He cannot win Hout transcending his to air Dii kit a gun to be fired into of Pott or land amp seamen or Mariner to Prott. The lives o our countrymen on Shore or to Pstein redress Jar a re cent outrage on their property. The Banditt which infest our neighbouring lie Public of Meidhof always claiming to belong pne or the other of the hostile parties might make lid Desce it upon Vera Critz or the a route and the or Dent vrould3�av�hb Power to employ a Force on shipboard in the Vicinity for their Relief ,. Plunder of our merchants or the destruction of the. To it. A \ Ain reference to cd Iii trip a who re the local authorities Are Strong enough Ito enforce Laws the ,.here indic to Sel Dorn Jappen. It -w.here., this is. Jita the a i a i and the Quot Lodai a Ute in Ritek do so is the a Eveh in Thios Jib ssi the wiu4o protect to min Citi Nso of Hinl , that Ecija Tiff Spur itself Wau izod to Render this pm text with Stich a Ai Greti t of a Katf limit in its exp int could in no Jost a use bar a added Transfer Spir the cd Wai Maving Ppel to Tho a Jaq Jujj whom it the riot ��1856in ii Idt a mob no itch prof oof a it a Ien Ipp to a a printed or for the exertion Orthis aut nonty., it Kaipf Elwir a in tie Igia it Ted a spa of tsp cwt Ifim toe Quot to own far and of a St Rideg grand Tiam a ism great a of Motti the a a Dib to a tape ill tuition. Theopa in 0f so great a to hold hem air to 1 hey were accordingly Aro Imd the los of 2 i Ataii Detorro 9i it Wasi Holvin Iver a Hiir 9blo<. A pub in a a Compi Maingi be cil Miu Tarj and a i Nasur paed uni is ble Lueiro. Our. Exltf&1pmihisterf#hs pleas a ii fat a better a Fli Tidi had a i 66me under Marsha Iship. The women were , and.ite3tl& moist �partiiieautifiillpdr6s.sed. The men Gold laced a Iari exemplar that in after a amp Iob of the ii Perial court up theml ves if it to a theh apr bom to piste Clithe lives and Quot Quot a Obj a Atelj Lund i of a Chi Oiin Oak did a la Laett Omro i him nes to Wear if���.�z�s2il. Use inti ill so tit if de Oman inv my Amine a Eulf do ii in miso of ext a. To a Quot room adjoining Ith a their i i try in tipi a Lisej Tarp Only a a Iii swedes four do Hes with sprinkling Gre a is Tali and Spahiu ids �>inewhat7 in Short. A fact the a Wishion Saint Maiks where Quot May been seen. A mask fall Timet and nations Parks and jew greek Ronian Kaakee a oodles and 5 a ipod voice it length anon iced Quot a Al a at the sound i do served that ladies generally Fumble nervously at crinoline Arrivi cements while Here a tid there a gentleman Rea sufi a Hinish of As it Wero Pori Thersy Bjo it of Cravat on the whole however the Oveia Wing was less to i it have been expected. The in a a Rio a pair mean by or. Quot Mason had entered the room his Majes Tyr impel a Rabre inscrutable As described and in a to rated looked a the . Due to he rep lation. For the is Shorter than was by those who had Only seen him of horse Liick. Like Tom Moore Quot he sits tall. He a Mueh taller i however than his prophetic Uncle. He wore White Small Clit la a a simply embroidered Blue coat and the Gemni Coram rough. A he Empress walked at his Side. They were Brisitte heed. No Man of sixty could have read the poems of his youth without recalling the Bride of the East Quot Quot fair As the fief Liat fell of womankind. Wheaton that Kipen a thousand such glowing parallels might be applicable. A greater degree of Grace a More gentle sweeter character of Beauty in Short a Rivorie refined looking lady is probably Inch cd in Abl. A her Toilette also Bare All this character except possibly for a somewhat of those mysterious Sib ruptures of expansion seen yet comprehended hot. Ilei gown had the Asp Peai ice of being Woven of Fleecy Clouds of the kind known to meteorologists As cin.�? there werer about it ranges of dark Green velvet formations class kid with sprays of diamonds her head the semblance of a kingly Cro had on glistening in Brill ants and falling behind in a Green velvet told depended a score or two of Diamond to or tassels trembling with every movement each a Grace be sure and producing every Chari and artistic Triumph of which Coil Furt device is capable. 4 heir majesties bowed graciously As or. Mon pronounced the. Name of every individual in turn. The minister s memo by str do me As he ing Inoff extraordinary. Not a word was said by others a and when the a had a a ked along the entire line and re approx a hed the door through which they had Appi red the audience was ended by a go no Rai co Utesey and general Thoy disappeared and being gone we were and women again. The Cong of the orchestra now rang through the Palace. Folding doors were opened and two thousand pm a pee strove to get footing in the Salle Dimate us a a Robin capable of holding about six Hundred. Nothing but packing and Wormy movements were henceforth a possible any do script in of the crash of crinoline in an overcrowded court Ball would answer for the rest. Most of us came away More tired than for ats after twelve hours at the oar but w Ith a general impression in regard to the remarkable emperor that we had looked upon a spectacle in conflict somewhat with ideas of the. Universal vanity of human wish.s i May not Tell you what he said to lord Cowley apr yet to Baron his words must have been like Oil upon trim a Swatora for Ocks Rose one half per cent a ext morning but .1 May Tell you and j am Happy to do so that Lus majesty exp. I ked and rid satisfaction at the continued Tidence of r. Maron repeating earnestly his Ofsan expressed Hope that it. Might be pronged Many be. Puthe National lit eur enter a a a a in death of the Rhi Torian Hall a. Henry Hallam the historian died in London j aha 22ndi the n Ewy Quot Quot Ork times so a a of him a Quot Quot r he a was Lif most the la St so iriv of that Itras i ooh a Bali de of whose Fri mar mme Mim Imich the Eimer , men Turyn the a i a a Tel a a Rato r#�830h� Itze Tiai of the so Guinea George Irth Tor Emio Cen Ittah it atari Cal in fiting the other a a Quot oj., a sri country a y r ? Isipa re a so c i. A i o the sri Ike we re tto Immy a cd a not be Dom Lika eni by Stpe Kejs a Hango Rai Wrai danger Afif one cd. And Fra a to the in Al by a imminent a coir to the to Weir to lamp a the a pm t gone so firn a ppm it of so in m pledged to sustain us fas to pit Jim the pc Krei of that nation to bring of i at any Tim quote it just As Turkey Brot Reo Tow late Grimea War in we has and Cip Totts o Ber allies to el.coo Rary. Should a revolt arise in pm in of the Pajl provinces flow oct tipped by a so in i troops and should Rudinia Sci a la pm of Casio to intervene she Jim Toby rec Singla Perei Vitant movement ply Frau ice a situation that a we i Quot Austruy a oud not be avoided thei Iver tip a a in pts a an austrian Hgt a a so mime a my it fit shot fired Between to Bema Mit a diag on a Long re bloody struggle. Is yet however the differences in twee France and Austria though so i a ii tar grave have not no bold the Pter bit of diplomatic arrangement and the a Fiu Inmei de Hebeisn omm Einis the a Dio Ioa to the present Case of the made by lord Clarendon to the coh was of Paris in "1856, that the Powers represented in the , in Cash of diff Rencz Betws in them before appealing to Force should Call upon some one of the other pm Wpm a to act a mediator. This suggestion was Quot warmly supported in the Congress by France Sardinia Russia and Prussia. To strip a Lofie made any opposition Quot How Ever which did not exp Neipp by the Congress of a Hope that the other nations not represented in it would Gife their support to this method of prevent a hot utilities. One ground of complaint by Franceis Gre it Austria is that she will not concur with France in obliging the Pope a ome amelioration in the Golem Rilent of la a Fapal states a Point to which considers himself pledged. In to iia matter i the French can do nothing alone. The Only Means of coercion. That live is by threatening to withdraw their army of Oce spation but the Pope cares nothing for thigh rat so Long Lis he knows that he can immediately have an austrian army to Supply the Phil of the French. The support which Austria gives to the tyranny of the King of Naples against the remonstrances of France and England is another ground of complaint . Her own miss overment of Lombardy ail the discontent of her italian subjects is a third. These May seem old topics of complaint on the part of Louis Napoleon bit i seems to have set up the doctrine that it is a duty which tyrants owe to themselves and each other to make their tyrannies popular or at least endurable on the part of their subjects. This is the system on which the French emperor practices himself and which he seems inclined to require on the Jimart of the italian rulers towards the people under their control. There Are also complaints As to the conduct of Austria respecting the a amp in of Servia. It is alleged that in place of the russian protectorate Over the danubian provinces which the crimean War brought to an end Austria is now Labouring to establish a protectorate of her own and for that end has intervened in the affairs of Servia in violation not merely of the spirit Quot but of he letter of the treaty of Paris. Such Are the principal apparent grounds of the Louision Between France and Austria with which Europe is now threatened but which if it should really take place must be supposed to have some other origin than mered sin Terestea concern on the part of the French emperor for the better government of Italy something from or. Pulpits. Beecher about de a Power not 8titutk>nr �-4�giimid Agi most such a a Phil a a a to if to a to Piir a Bra it a a a. La a a by Impi Riri Mig a iffy of the Quot of i ii Ltd in Ottil Fiir be afoot of Liue , 8iiice the pub it location of Tennyson s in Meni Riim a it Rae circumstance of that Noble Pepin he Imp Naif a life ii Felt Fiir the in a a if Traat to theims but it was his a a body if Lgan a to a a Wii ii its Asje Nykl i Hin is Sliu Daniil Fri Coiry of mss m of Fri end a Ilii Miqui to a Ihn Sfer bits of the i its Bali Fri am and a Mago Tui Lri in in Many the Fer Cir o�3co under drano oct hot being clod. The Vlf a i Nhy Echt a the Star paper last week is nominally upon organs in churches but really upon pulpits. Here is a picture of a Modem pulpit As to the pulpit but one thing is usually considered necessary and that is that it should be put As far As possible from All sympathetic Contact with the people to by influenced by it that it should so construe Ted As to take away from the speaker is far As it can be done every Chance of exerting any influence upon those whom he addresses. Therefore the pulpit is ribbed no on the sides set Back against the Wall where it looks like a Swallow s nest plastered on some we. In this Way the minister is As much As possible kept out of the Way of the people and All that is left is his voice. Posture full gesture motion and that most effective of All gestures the full form of an Earnest Man from he to foot right before the peo pie Advance or Retreat in Short the whole advantage which the body gives when thrown into ailment or persuasion Ace lost without any equivalent gain. _ in this sacred Mahagony tub or rectangular Box the Man learns every kind of hidden awkwardness. He stands on one leg and Crooks the other like a slumbering Horae at a hitching Post he leans now on on of Side of Tbs Cushion or dolls on the other Side. And when a Man thoroughly to fined by one of these Dungeon pulpits to and feet As. Superfluous except in Sonie awkward and uncouth Way to Crutch him ii to the level of his Cushion and paper is. Brought but upon an open Piat Irmi it Isamu sing to water the in coir Ven Ienco of having at All Andl various experiments and blushing consider Atrops or a hat he shall do the the Isit any Iivo Ndu a that so Pitt la is Doii by preaching when Ihu get Church Iwitza a Small cd Greg it on a scattered that no two a touch each Otho the Bustps a Maii pen above ,.res. A stale. In must to Peon a the nearest of whom is hotly in Lichty five of a it from Hini ? Quot a the wonder is that any thing Isie Doft a a Niel Webster is re red to he a a in cd that it do we Wpm a h�s><4%piitati�a Fofe a jury if he had to of Lam a vol to and that he mme a Eird the Armit of a a Hiis Lii hit in six to a pits a a big it to Quot Evide Nocei of its i or pity. For the Fruth Oft big Asi Ahw Dol it i i Foi it ask it Olhan is �7fiev�i flt�nhg�6�rcebf to. A of a la hiring Quot Ipp Eric pc the a apr re Irb a in i a a at Ira by Lig Quot a a Quot few min Hefti a Post he act def a do a a pc a Ftp of a go is what a Ohlf Rii la a oils their a min ded la the Al fms is in Ping up the int cd to in it la a Al la Igich his path Erie a and Pic few a a h a at a i.w8h�ff my a a i Yfim pm an elephant instead of a Jae Kimi Folh 7ii is a Al visa Roork Tnie a a lir Tinl a Ftp Winaur r pm

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