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VOL TME 21., T
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A. P. DURLIN & CO. PROPRIETORS.
g. S , . S T.. 0 AN, Edit Or.
OFFICE, COR NERUARE STATIE: SRIE. T. AND PUBLIC
TEILMS I.IF TILE PAP Eli
City el .- teri ` ter , 4 the enrrtec,nt.
6, ..1 the whet.. In anTnne.o. ',LSO
• t paid ts,,advence, or orithm three mouths from thetone
of 'bunt, tt , o dolthre w dl be elan:Red.
• .11:cununtettrationt !elk/ lie p.id.
• - '
, RATES OF ADVEItTISING.
Carl , ' not elteO:iog I e.m. one ) ex.
.purrs ••• 10,00
do. cll Month", 8,441,
do. do. tl.ree wonde r .. 3,110
Than - tent ad% ertt-etttent•, .10 eetric !w`r muntr, cf rfreerr or
le-, for Olt fir - I I tryriwu. Yi ernl. Zr, e ql.elit u a Moo.
• V enr ly mice's tear, hfit e the prat ileac of eh itightz ..t ph at.?tre,
b-J: a 1 at tune arc •tllott t - I w occupy more ilutu tlt , ustgda:ett.ind to
'ont.tcci C.' „ Ls
.Vorrti,cll,fl.l. , it hat I'd: other direct ; onst wilt be i n setted tilt'
harbor and eltarged accordtilte).
• Attornoy and Coons . r
at Law. • •
try.dottualary. arpt) and Nat y Cciistotts, Ito.tnty Land/ and
c I ten- for . cud all tdlier buades C..tti.l•ted to U.O 4•I1311
pr..l3;f aid r,tir,d :411 moot._
all %V rigbret block tat $t ate stomp. over. J. 11. Fiill...flo.l'S
, Er it , I.
it rf . t . ,il I 4`lS . r , la It() 1:, , ..1.,Cn1rbri4 , .113r!wa4,
4.lt,uf 'tour, 1 cdt. e./fitet sUlt;vt aad tie
. ire. pea tut . t Vitt I
o t.nt! •iku. • kt`f - ti't a
t; A ELN IS K f.t;NE.
Ib toomrlde bet0111.,..-y 4111 MOO Umet,
'talc: I'l ''
\ 0.4;1 n • kiltO
Bookcellei and t r tat.otter. and Ihntuthetaier of Blank Itoplot and,:
A% Tian% lid, corner. of lite ! ;•••, •,1).; t cat. •
Arlellt‘cr A'‘n 't , tt t nc r throe
doors north of I.:row:tem Hetet. Erie.
COMI'I ON At. IIA 1.1111 lc.
DFII.Saf in Dry ttoott... 111/I , llWare, I o r64 - r3, Cr,,err te4.; ant, For
eidit and Ihintetdie l's-Wootc. :1F , ..1. evire••• of
ealeratue. Au. b, Itccu found. aged corner UI Freac... and Penn
rota tr. Vf4e.'
11. 11. CI;TLE:11,
AlforreV & riMMOriler , t( P.:, 1. rfrec corm,
Cl dr."1.1u)41 otreet., N. Y. .•
Cote t.s.g • I Id. pn 7,l•rinnn.
10. al IC, , IJA, t•Il • 1•1*,
B NI(7KLIN. •
Sr&cv.r and gcucral 'cue) nua CiAzzliz.tota buslucso. frank-
D. tun mNiglipll. Geri..nr rm.: AnwroNi.. Mir.ln•ary eutlery
A4' a.-, .tt
V. J. F. I,IU, LIB & lb
Et Instranate amt - Wages I ni•itr.„ elate r.ifeel. Le.
• 191:0 test•ttlh& 1,:1.114 1 flo. 4
L. STIid)SQ. M. D.
rll 9.011 C lour sir ~5 01 C. B 11 r ;he.. op et lint.
TrUCT. J. L. S al% ART.. 1 — I
• (e rr . A. ;1 , 1 9 , ....It 1 ,tlla Ilrici.l....lTra,rrrel.l. , PCII-
nre„,ou o•ratraii, one door loth ut es elan rt. ' I
.... C. SIEGLL.. I.
Wool •-st r and resat) desler tt tiriors' .r, tens u.,-tar,
Tro.t. /Le .r. e C 4 yrwl 41 Inntell Suet .
t prc.tle riot ,, ' :lane% t„rte.
May tAI .erl al. rot: Cr
ant, so, N a Nu. Y, F 1,111190 Rine L. Env.
t-t. The I rest retro poet fie Caudle ) !'ram s-e_. nee
M rat rt. • . 1 T. It ett, and '-it rock.
ioveestte theLloonell BR State Street. Era,.
,ATTOR /1 I T1..4 IP I c
''. In ‘Vaihre,, ott vierenth
Ivrea reit„7nhher. and Retail realer to D r y • rls,
rrorktr,s, (.1...p.0 are, Carr t Uty. liar4v.,,re, In. :nee; Nri
Spdtt., &e. Purer Steve Suite fo.lf .
ir a Uteri. 1..r11'. I'3.
At..— Az.% 11, Viet,. -.• Ide Arn r i ring-, an.: a e •.eral
mite runer.t of Saddle arid Cam ere r
S. MI.ILVIN SMICIII.
Asinia•rtv AT 1../M oird iii.tree of the Pe.tee„ an I Agent for
the liey•rhorte Mutual Life I.e, t.auee Costpany —tide, 3 ,I,JOTS
west ot Wright* &ore. Erie. l'a.
KNO LitiN & S.ON.
MAIER, ill Walel9-9. 1.40'.111r 6 -"r.s. rnrro nett,
1.311.19.. Illeitarmia Ware. Jesvear.. rent a tr rims .4'14 het Varies
Arttchnt. Keyetotte Ifatidlorpt. tour IteruLv. Leon tie
State Street. Er.r, Pa.
GEORGE 11. CUTLER
ATTrygIivy ai r I. 4 vr„ Girard, Erie Cortnts. ,
taller 1.1999099 atrende4 t. t prim t 11W-- +4 tiv:i arch.
131tOWN'S 11011:L. ; •
rlllO9l-9LT TO). F. •nut corteerolF,,re 411.1311 d the Pe.! rr erinare
Erie, Eamerii egteru and one,.
T. W. Mt C, • •
!Setter* to Groeerlee. Prot heroes. WI.•••e. Lionise, Candre.t. Fruit.
ore.. No 6 4 rote People•it Ron, st o re ,t ,
Forwardinc & Cou;ini.tluri-31t rchat.t. , o:l the rkrzlg. can of ,
Om. Salt. riakter and Whit., rt•N. rt..= tr:t!) fi,r
11. Salt. nailer a.m..--
Itankrr and Eschaner Ilfol.er. Dellrr to 1101. ha 1 , ?",
Drafts, erstanesdriqd Peposile.ll, 4 ltiall h.i art r w 1, etr•
Ofli e,t doors below 'Prow res line,
- BF.NJANIIN F. DI:NSIStiN.7
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Artnß•irr AT LAW. Clem Maw!. fthin--011ire do #l , itor•fl , /r
in .11WateeeRkiek. Reier.lo J AA,ltre l'arKt.r.Colobrot.t.
Law School: lion. Ra , har.l Fl.teher, 14,111 f 11.
Samuel 11. Pocking'. 1414 Wal##### 5 1- 111 # 14 •Iel#' 1 # , ..• 1 t ' r ill" 1 # •
Km.ltall.Llaa..S3 Wall WV 4A . For te-tiowil,..lN rt.?
fel to this office. •
MARSIiALL NlNtt. NT,
ATTOVIITIP •T taut--4.4llrettp MR in , iii TdsUlli id) 11411 It 3tldtw.
norTh of tut r rotho'tictiary'r. office. F.r. te.
h11:111tA - Y W 11.11.1.02::
Arrni:Ev •ND •T F.,lY—!)tfiep our T r,
enttante one door west of State.streCt. ISt
1. -I 'oSEN2WEI - C , K-Cu
RICTA(L ron.n . 4n ;...1 Dry
Condo, read) watt!. Clothing, Houtz and rThoep. I.
ins Lock. State vireo,
C. M. Tll$ll.‘LS. .
Dr.t.cit la Dry Goats. Dry Groccrle.. rroekrry, Frani ware. is.e..
No. II I ' ChrapaLde: Erie.
• JOHN ZIMI.II:KLY.
stades loGrocerie. and Prov`irsecar of all is t mtg. Btate Itrevt. Meet
. 1100f11110111 . 11 or the Daiwa:id. Var. , , •
Dams' In Dry Goods. Crocenei. liar th% are, Querns Ware.l.wir,
Iros, Nails. Ake.. I-21, (liming:le. Erie,
IV LLLIA3I 1 1(.1 lIL i f f.
Cmmorr Mazza eptic‘olet. and Usidertai.a, corner of Stateotoi
t4eventh burets, Erie.'
ilLSOdr., LOii:il IS.
Ginn*AL Fotwardina;rnxtuce and C.,ii ttttt qoti Ili•re lin oh , : Boater
in COQIIK" and fine . It. Coal, PLuter, Shinztes. &e. Vuhlic d.ck.
Neat aide of the bridge. Erie.
Emit J. ii). LPO. L '' %V LAIO3IIIO
' WALKtR a c«iK, .
antat.Forerardiu& Ceinniiarion and l'ro :ace Merehant , i;'‘ec •
otid Ware-howe eavt ortlie Piddle Bridge. Erie.
G.LOONIIS 3cCl. • I
Deal ARP in Watehe., Jewelry. Silver. Gentian Silver,,Phited and
Crilannia %% are eutiety, Military and Fancy
.Goal-, mate n . irect,
nearly oppouite the Eagle Motel, Erie. -
G, Lonna. ' T. M.,tirri•
CARTER & ER,
Wllot.nALlandllelaildeakn in DEMO:P. MediCiitriN Pa 0116.
ar.o., No. 6, red liar. Ent.
J I C4iNSON, ?
Th e tAn g icid. Mi t.tielay an'd ClUste
sehool Books, Seitikary, /cc. Park Row. Eric.
rAM1110411•111A Merthast Tailor. an the public square, a few doors
west of slime street. 'Erie. 0
Iwitntievits' •irti - ateratt. Deafer in Grocersea. Provisions; Ship
Chandiery *Done-ware.k.c. dia., No. 3, Donnell Mock. Ens..
Dealer in Law. Medical. scrniolMiscellaneotts !Solite* stationary.
tab. die. state ss- i four doors below the Public square.
DR. 0. L., ELLIOTT,
Resident Dentist: Crlficeand dwelling in the Beebe Mock,' on the
side of the Public Square, Erie. Teeth !sneerted on Gbld
Plate. front oriel° an eoure nett. Carious teeth tilled will/ owe
gold. and motored to health cad usefulness. 'Teeth eleitned
trUktnotnusents and Delitifice so as to lease them of a pellucid
elearuess, MI work warranted.
hnonctsa Ana Retains-4 Nike at his resideece on Seventh Tweet.
OOP:0M the Methodist Plumb. Erie.
JOHN - H - 7 1117RTON.
Weet.rnaLe Awe Reran. deriier in Drew.. Medicines. Dye &ugh
Greenlee. tike. No. 41. Reed *nee. Elbe.
ROBERT 8. HUNTER.
De. in in Raw. Cap awl rim of all disuiptions. No. 114 Put
Row •Erie. es.
L v ite gpt Benries.prt . reetired pPrr .
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ERIE ... ,
.1. V, -- 111J:-11 6.
'WE MET BUT ONCE.
Ws Met but once! In Lrie's wave
he summer ilia Was 'lowly sinking,
d twit telt shades a magic pee •
To brightest hopes my beast was Ticking.
stneath emit eel' int Mut ; of heave*
Upon the Cart at briber;
And throng!, the k ng and blissful even
• bi 3 beart.watquiutely wond'ring stakes
Itspreseneerirad. a charm for thee.
The witr4hery of thine for me.
Why . inust it be that al' the sweetest
And happiest liniments of our rears •
• Pass o'er Our brows n ith wings the fleetest.
And dean. beilud them 'anti tease
The night in V6lom fair weal by.
And vihisliine oh the take was gleaming; • -
We parted; not a tear orkigh •
To whisperw hat the bean war dreaming!
And rune. perchance *illative as glee .
As We neer had sailed together.
But I MU.), sill WlTWlaber lug
In wintry. gloom and summer weather!—Lon. P.
THE MOCK MARMAGE.
-11 ow truly pitiable it isVvilten talent and genius
ire arra)ed sgainft the eimplieity of innocence—
hrti. those rare qualities—given to their much fa
vo+il pdsrssors for notile-itirtoses, are diverted from
t6.4ir proper channels, and made to pander to .vice
if I was sitting 'ne t miming in my study, culling
from my twit-p.*omo of the interestilig records
of Marc, %%lira my Pervaut came to tell me that a
young lady oi#heil to e e e me. - .
- ..She #eeuis, air, very ill," be said, "and in great
pain.", - #
said 1; "where is ,her'
t•ln the patient'ii room, sir. She is as pale'..
immediately rose, and hastened tir the room
wirt•rt sho was,_ and there. half lying • sofa, w ith
Ler Lao hiJJ.•n iu her hande; I saw a young and up
pareLtly dukicutely-foinied !male. She was sub-
Wog pite.ip,4y, anti scarcely lareJed.f#y entrance..
I Went tip to her .111,1
"34 name Is You svit,het! to Pte
••Olt, help me—help stier' she tried, vehemently,
falling ms ber, ineet. at my feet. "Save me, fur the
love to Gut—oh, sent. me Until eternil.p'ertittiutti—
hay: taken prtusuttl"
"I' ttr '.::?" . •
Feu note 'til burning throne; my
;y;; I tir 01i! eni,e me, tiiietur--:su‘e
en) Ill; nry ini,erie4, end inrush',
b'ti,,un s id vie gni •:;, but noir,
Ith y Flint - btarur cr..m death.
G.te me Ice—ttleilite."
Ilem‘en% 'tad I, "waste no wUrds in
expiatintion unw, but II me %hat you Wive taken'!"
' "Aro.tttic—arhettic,".he, gasped. , •
I immedint,-ly rang, the bel,„and when my ser- :
.rant a t•fteareth I .t. a id—,,
`•DEing me tigt , ,, and roap and water here imme- ,
diate:y." ' . . l
Aecta;z!octed to obey me premptty, the man in-; 1
at , t y left the room, %Olen there came such a thun- I
derin ' . tivsk a: my arreet, dour, that I thought it
must bay • roken la. '
"New nth the dom,"ctied . l, "bring me what I 1
- 1 -
have 'ordered you. ' '
"V I Ps, Alf," t•sitfrn an, and away he rain; at the f t
itoiatht that another appe more loud than the for-1
mer one, was made; opt'', thy nicker. ,
'pry thing t• re we. salve; me!" the porn. tidy kept crying,!
'.I da e n•.; die how. Oh, I cannot • 'e!" . ; I
.. hall be /hm for you; idl I, "thud . f t
tke.b ill of man can augge.t. Wait one It ten!.' 1
In' no very patient mood I so to the street • oar ;
to, opOt it tnyt•elf, and .cold the person who knocke• I
so fitioualy, and j'tst succeeded in opening at as
alotker knock was about bezpgadministered.
1 "43w dare your' cried I; and then I paused, for
the deathlike paleness of the young man who stag- i
gered into my passage stopped me front crying more. r
"flood God!" cried!, "what's the Matter?'
"She—is here!" he gapped. . r
" liv . h 0 ?--,n 1t.,?" - ~.
young person; T law her go in. She has ta•
eurgeg' shrieked the yOung lady, as. she rysh
eaf4m my parlol•. 'and fell• into the arms of the
optien—Ellen"' he cried, frantically, Ms it true;
that you still liver
"I—am dying—dying!" she gasped. "Tell—tell
'9- 1 -am
Slie would 'have fallen -on the, floor if Iliad not
caught her its my arms. ' I carried her at onCe into
the Paelor, and there was my errant with the rem
ediee I had directed him to procure, but they were
of no avail "miter present state, and with my utmost
exeriinnA it was full ten minutes before I could re
store her to consciousness. .
' "As you value your life," said 1, handing to her
the ,i nt i s kt e I laid now thoroughly prepared, "take
thi . s . draug,ltt.- 7 drint,—drink r -drit,k." , •
"1, burn--Iburnr . .she cried; oh, heaVens, I burn!
Geoe, torgiye me!—ratty you. forgive met"
"Alen—Ellen, you lit ill kill tee," he cried. - ,
"prink—drink," said I.
She gave a convilsive shndder, and fell back up
on the s4;fo. I saw that there was no kope--she was
dy ii4g. My N leolts, I suppose, told the melancholy
tint li, for the younin she called George, burst in
to tars, crying, - N
) ' "Save her—save her, `air—oh, surely something
tan 6 done"
' "While poison Ira in the stomach we can do
much," sail/111 "but this case has gone to far."
tth i deep groan she now drew up'her limbs as
if i,t great agony, then a damp cold c dew came upon
her brow; Ai ,Easped convulsively fur breath, and
then all was Dyne.
here was an awful silence of a moment or two.
4,froung man seemed stupided by the suddeuness
oft le event. He glanced wildly 'around him like a
maniac: then clutching his hands above his hied,
he shouted in a tope that made me ihriok from him,
"Vengeance vengeance! I will have his lifer
gOod sir," said t, trying tb stop him; "allow
if you pleas,.
A tbOusand arms should not maims,' imp cried;
"I ill have his life. • will have his lite"
SATURDAY MORNING, DEOEMBR 21, 1850.
"But, sir, before pin go, . permit me to ask who
you are, and . who !Ws young person jar
"Ellen, Ellen, I will revenge yol," I wi;lierush
Mm to the earth, were he ten tin** what he ii.• Oh,
Heavens! have we thus met! Is this thk end of the
bright dream that lit my ywithful fancy! save Fne
I staid between him and the done, as I said—
"Compose yourself, air, and tell me who you are.
What am I to do with •the hody of this young lady I"
He malted to the corpse, and seizing one of the
ciild lifeless hands; be called upon her frantically to
speak to him. He conjured her by every tender op=
ithet to say but one word—to tell him ahe Hied, and
would live for him. klored the pale tips, ■nd
tben, with a cry of deepair,,he rivhed past me, and
was out of the house before I could interpose to pre
vent him from going.
My position was anything but an agreeable one.
Here was a poisunedlining la , ly lying upon my su
re, end without the least means of asce , taiiiing who
ahe,was. I rang the bell hastily. and wren my ser
vant came, I said,
rod down the street. and see if yeti call
catch the young man who was,here.. If you do,ide
lain him anylt till I get my hat and follow you."
;Thomas ran t, and in a fiat moments I ran af
ter him, but the yntinly, man was game, and we were
Compelled to cumt back as wise as we went.
"Upon my word," said l,"this is an awkward's
predicament as any man could well be placed in.•'
. There lay the body--a hiaeotis spectacle—upon
my stifs,*and the hour wait close at,hand when my
usual patients Would arrive. :
••Ttionts - y Nadi, "cm mud assist me to carry
this body somewhere else."
"The—the Jmtly, sire' said Thomas.
yet." . .
Witile . Thomas said "Oh, yei,"'he backed towards
' the door with an evident repugnance to the j Ai.
"Lamle. Come," said I, "pm must not have any of
these fooli-h rCroldes; I "Climpt carry'it by snyseif.
It must be removed somewhere till I can see the par
ish statiorities p and have it taken front the house. so
do you take the feet; bet w eco• ue wkinnst carry it
into the trick parior.** • •
"I—l--neat-1r took hold 41 ' the:feet of a corpses in
all my 1 4 fe," stammered Thomas:
I"ffrit you must now; at come, be quick.."
Thomas with 'great reltretstice sots:sled me to lift
the corpse from my sofa, en I we iot e.,:enfortsibly
, enie.gji into the jastagn It ith it, when', knock etthe
street done ill startled Thomas, th a t he ium l eJiatety
dropped his end of the b arthen, evelainaing er .
4-4)11, tori, sir, what's chair' . •
, “Why, a knock at the dour, to be emir'," tall I;
: "what a road, fellow you ere."
fly dragging the booby
.along, I now . got it myself
' into the brick i,arl7 just air Thomas ; opened the
dour. I !ipso a ioic ask fur me,stl the 3 ishor was
'shown iiitO the parlor so recently occupied by the
ghastly sibj.ct I hadreirio%ed.
In a moment my servant' brought me a card, on
i which was . *lnnen Lorli Mandetholme and inform.<
ed me that it' was given him• by the gentlemen in
1 the parlor. .. i
iI rent at once, expecting hie lordship hid come t
i to me for professional advice; but w lieu I entered
i the ronin, I was struck by the peculiar paleness of
I his face, and the agitation that seemed to prevade
ievery limb of him. • ~.
1 "Doctor," he said, "although unknown to you, It
have heard your name very frequently."
"1 trust I may be of sereice to your lordship," said .
i I; "let me beg of you to be seated."
"My teisit," he continued, ripeaking.evidently with
Idifficulty, "is not a professional tine. Du you know
Ia family named Sai s gehirt -
"Sariffeld;" said 1. "Yes. Some:year! ago"-at
;I least seven, I 'should think—l knew intimately a
•family of that name. They went-to settle at Itou
' tugne permanently, since which, my professional en
ageineuts have prevented me seeing-them..; knew
jtb- very well indeed." • , _ .
"A that time," he continued, "there , uisixe two
young c Wren—;the one a-little over ten years of
t age, and the • her younger."
"There were, id Ellen, the elders was titheatiti
ful a child as ever " • ' •
He•sank into a chair -jilt a deep groan. • .
"What, is ahe matter, at ' said 1; "are'you ill?" 1
He looked up at we with' . expression of face
1 bhall Bever forget, and, in a hol i tone, be said,—
"Doctor," fruit have read Shaispes no doubt, '-
tea attentively, and I may say in the Js o one,
othis bright creationi, "Who can miuitter t • mind
' disease?" lam ill, but it is a sickness i • the •n!.
II have come'to say, that tition'ai a your lady .com •
I here, and announce herself as E.le largrave, that
is Ellen Sarsfield."
"Indeed, sir, atid under w. t circumstances do
1 you expect her to came he 7"
"She recollects your address as a friend ci her
father, and might costae to you as a mediator. , h*
was seduced by—by—moo wlto—s.
" W kat !" cried 1, "Ellen Sit rsfield, •t he beautiful
craature who 411 few abort year...go was the darling
r I and pet et a liege circle—she, torn from her food
father'i heart by a villain, Why—why, air, she
must still be quite a girl, Good Heavens!' you do,
indeed, loath surprise and afflict me."
"Lmt.me have soma water, sir," he said faintly.
1 rang the bell, and be was soon adcammodated
with some, i inn which 1 dropped a little ammonia.
.which recovered him from the faintness which seem
ed tole coming over him.
"Doctor," be continued. "if you have five min
utes' Um* to spare 1 w ill tell you all; but should she
come here you will know her by her long hair; it is
worn low, and wound' up in it is a smell thread of
I started frogs my seat swat once the conviction
came across me that poor Ellen Bardkttd's corps*
lay even now in my back parlor. 'Est Paw my emo
tion, and likewise rose with a face of alarm.
esyVheever tore her horn, her home," cried I, ohs.
• fearful account to settle."
''Teas I—ttwas I," crjed lianktholnie; say
what you Will to me. Upbraid me as you will, tn'y
spirit is now broken, and I can bear alt. I tovk her
f ro m her blippy home—l tore her Wont the encircling
arms of those who lowed her," • .
"Good heavens! what laitneiment coulti you'd;
for to bet to ilid so miserable a lifer
"Marriage; I ollind !WI seniap; ►ot awe me.
81w, wort t►is aseishig a►e would tab, poison, but
that Aral abs would cone to . you to lean s *asap
of er parents. Since she left m•, 'illy heart has
been w rung by gelid*. I am a Man of Form i.••• •
Oh, should v.he come here tell ,fier,l will fnifi all
promise tell her she shall he rul the e, end that t
mock marriage which deceived he Shall be nc 7 • *
ceeded by a real in s , and/ithe shall sidle again.' :.
' '"A neck cuter ge, sir?" said 4 "so it wa. by .
that most vile stretagem that mew Eillen was and .e.
No wonder, sir4our, heart is full blibitterness; ;.ht
you , do . nut keen' the worst. Heaven extend its
mercy to ynyr' Pu t t were I Ellen's rather, I sh4ld t
hive . to praf f,, Patience. Ellen Sinsfield is now
I ' ,
A tremendoes.krikk atmy 'door at this mom nt '
startled me, arulitn4tki Lord !tiradeee fall b ck
10 his seat, looking like en aparitio le . & am nt
I flew to the 'window, and Iran what did not k w
before, 'timely, that a carriage of Lord Sten el-
iodine's was at My ddor.. '
As I was lookilig from the 'Wind°Thomas open =
ed the door, and In en instant - the y ung men who
had run off so tuatlettly, and whom the dying girl
had calk!! George came into my ron .
"Where is her he cried; "Where is the sedOrer
-suborner of irettice-,-the foe of th innocent, the fr
.itirtunus and the heantifill; lii, th villain!' - , '
• lie strode tewiards Lord Mandelholme, who rose •
With a cry of tercet., wb.te I threw I myself in be.
tiveen i-110(11. cryipg-s• .
"Iluld—liold, gientlemenl I canon have mylvoluse ,
;averted into a arena fur your querrela. Peace,
"Nly, sir," cr ed the last arrival; "come not lbe•
tweet, me awl this man. 'Yoe kno him not. I By
acts as base as villain ever it, agit: , he tore f um
the arms of those elm loved her, s fairs pie of
nature's workmanibip as ever bleased the wort
You have seen lier,.rityou t know. Let me ge .at
the villain. I win tear hie, hiack mart from- his
"Keep him off—keep him off!" seid Lord '?an
delhote;e; 44 would pet have his "blood upon my
hands, bie. i n ill ; dvfeed my owl) life."
"Yournay well do ao" cried his o pouent; t fo on
man 1.1,,,01,1 be maiore afraid to.die."
"Genflemett," tote' 11, "I. will on "'have riot., ce
here. Go b 41, ef }'oil kilo the stir t, if you • oat
tight, but it is mist uti t seemly here. .
Lord Xlsodelbelese drewla pistol, bii'pec et,
as he raid. e..e - 1 '-',l -
. • 1
"I will defend eny lifer-i' will def. d my life ' i
"need." clicd be, whir" - Ito out appy girl had ,
callori' .Georgo; "ticnd;e4miroster i human firm:
you fiat e.m::de many be4ttillesolat and I et ii not j
now be baulked in, my , retenge. N y, it is je ice ,
-a more accred *lame. , I t.:2, am ar:uel. I era
are wispons:' -
He struggled an much with me, I aw there' as
no ;hence of holding.iitui much lo er; there re,
sea t sa r sesn o ice to stop' bioodshe •I suddenly let
him go. and in a 'moment thro'vring n the foit.ing
doors which divided my
, • too
j enrlors, cried,. '
"Belo d! let that sight 4,surin y. u both in this 1
house..• Profane:not death by a coni at in it, awful
presence." I•' .
On the teb!e lay the corpse as Ind placed it; I
and, for a moment, they tiot:i stood tif they were r
paralyzed. Then Lord Alantielbul e with a loud l
cry, strove to le e ve ;ills parlor by the door leading
from the pi ssa ge i, but hie oppianent darted after, him,
and ere he could hecornplish his purpose, dragged I
him back again. Before I cculd interfere, Sksedel- I
holme fired his pistol; I in an insist' there was an-1
other report—a , loud; terriGeshrie , and the noble'
seducer lay svelte:in:lin his blond. 1
"Good heavens! young tnin;',l cried, "Witat eve i
1 • 1
Yon dowel" 1 ,
"Taken wild justice ;" be cried —"; even =! the be- 1
trayer of gentle innocence and virtu. • I betray no I
more: let him die,.' . Touch _him • t-. 4 ant the 1 :
avenger; let him die-Oct him die'' i .) '
I Worried to the side of the v tun lled men, raised
his head; I saw that the oho adlentered antnew he
near his ear, and Most .robably ltdged ahout it i
back of the neck. 'Hip ye, though, , I
old me be w s
. • I
dyke; There Aires ,hope.
"Is be dead?" ked the other. I •
"No," said , "Intl
,he 'soon will b ; he is dying." ,
- The you _ man then dropped the pistol whiCh he
be:d in I,* hand, and walked into the next roorn, and
with cep sub, approached the crpse of the un
ha . •y girl. Ile kissed convulsive! the pale face.
"Helen, liAen," he eaid,"you ere l aversged! Ite ‘ st,
rest, pure spirit.. lie who turned , your•c}es from
Heaven is no.more."
I was so bewildered that I Could lake no steps to
prevent hiM from leevidg•the house o although, as 1
was told afterwards, it wa.t my vlutil to do sot. He
however, made-good his escape; the servants, , edit) I
Is • been startletrat the shuts, werejeullected round
the p for door, fancying that he ad gene fo as
almoner*. When 1 beard the/ str et doorshu I
somewhat overed from my Meats stupor.
"Gall the po • e! stop that niati," cried.
Before any one • • uld stir, Mantle l volute uttered a
faint groan, and then, 'ti weak, painfhl accents, said,
"No - , no. let him go; ni dying. 4
"Tell "re-e. for God's sake, here y'•:.}: friende may
be communicated with," said
He shook leis head , and than, a r a Ottl*said,
"Listen. -I think Heaven will g • me strength
for one thing, if for nuotlver—to con ess • y wicked
ness, and pray even now for pardon—for to sty. .
lie paused, incri mianrity of blvd in his .utir
evidently stopped his utteraree., I Beckoned to '
servants to assist me, and we raiatil his heli / , Pis
cingender ii;a sat cushion, wLen,laffer,a feet mo
ments. he again spoke.
"That still form, Which, even in "death is sc; very
beautiful, was my victim:. Look no her now that'
she is robbed of the intelligence; of vitality, and you
may guess what she was by whstt she is ni.w..—
When 1 nat• saw her, she was. ming, virtuous,
lovely, and I 'coveted to make h r miserable. I
sought, her destrectien, but her inle a rose ever
before me like a battlement , whi it there was no
surmounting, and-etin s d—as I could net woo bar to
sin, I turned her beqn feeling jetci capons against
her, and to'd heel would marry r secretly, and
then, u her father's; eireumatancesevere indifferent,
that she shoeld have the pleasure nf relieving hint
by the agreeable surprise of telling ;bins she was the
wife of a noblemen, ,and possessed of unbeueded
means. She refused for a longtime, heti had won
enough of her affections to blind her judgmeet, and,
she at length catateated." " ,
He paused aow, agate, and was tovideatly 'mar,
leg the *et ono pato. It "eel instil telautee
- --.---- .
before he .proceeded, and th n his voice was much
weaker, uhe said, , . .
"Site cona•nted. A note Wea left with her father
'and she eloped with me. WW were married to Lon
don—..--:' , -
"Marriedr said I. •
"Yea, yet; a Mock mania 0. My valet was the
mock priest; she believed berm!! my wife, and then
she claimed 'my, promise of +tuning the fdlowing
day to ker parents. By ou t excuse and anotheet
Put iter-Off; and theft wrote a to to her parents as
if from hetclidding them adi forever. ' • ,
The reply came. It did n suit me, it wattle')
of lore and expostulations.. i wrote an answer My!
self, imitating the handwriting as welt as I could,
and that.plunged her in despair, for it. I rshly dis
carded -foreter. Weil, she insisted op n going to.
throw herself a t . her father's; feet. 4 audited, I
command, and finally I told , ,her all. he itiihed
from ouse, and-.and ~there. -she is, dead—
dead!Heavens, have metiry :upon in r
He tweed his arms wildlfin the air fo some mo
mews, and then lay perfectly still the ly Wales;
lion of lifr being an occasional Jew mo o .
. "Go to the next street," .Whispered I omy man,
"and dill .M.,--1--, the surgeon. - , ,
1 homes /avail', and in -le,s than ten m mites came
back with the eminent ,practitiouer 11141 named to
'A 63 accident. you 1 1 11V0 !ere, Doctor?' he said.
"Yes; luck at hint, I fear—r- r " 4 ,
Mr.--- elmulc his bead,,after, carefully exam ;
ioieg tlitreyes of the dying meta:
"Nolinpel" said I.
"'Nobel'. was Cie reply. :
Suddenly ,Ilan4eib.lemi sail up-ight, and stretch
ing his arms up towards the Ceiling. he crietl,--
**Help, help? Ileleo, save Sne 2 —sate mar' '
ilfe..gaved for tetternece; tr dull, rattling s, Lind in
In• throat succeeded, and the keducer expired. ' '
1 • • • , o , iii • • li'..
I Lewd Mandelliohne's friendli took away his body.
a .t 1 Helen was interred in tlit nearest churchyard.
' he ybt . ,ttig avenger wad never to my kuuw ledge,
2 - rd of cgain.
1411E11 THE Still= COMES.
mica knew a little boy }.-- .
a,i,little child of three
+ars old; one of those beightcrestures, whose fair
li liveliness seem 4 more of licaien than ofeerth—‘even
a pas. , ing gli np,e stiriug our hearts, and filling
1 eni with parer and holier tionzlit. But this, the
l , tie Franck.. who motet a hherob than an angel
42$ we iricturß tfiem—witli'llii gladacnne hazel eye!,
It's dazzling fairness, bis clustering golden ,air,
rid IH3 altncs: winged step. ' .Such he was, at least,
titil starlet , ' lei/lilts heavy band on him; then, in
lit'Oaftir day. of burning, Wasting fever-s-hours of
eery restlessness — the little'hand at last lay mo
' t nless outside the scircely Whiter
,cnveriet of his
; t ty bed, the fair, still head, preesed i 'doWn urn the
llow,.and the paleface gazing with the silent witn-
I 4r-tif ,returning conseionsintss on thi artvinus.
°nee around "it; then, indeed, it bii i iht yet ;pitying
140 k weuld flit across it, or dwCII in The evilest eyes
I -Hookii such as we assign td, angels in our drerm-
When ionic) ford fancy seems 4uv . bring them near Ile,
%Sleeping for mortal elece ba'yti . nd their•remedy.,
!It was ,a strange sickness r4r one so young—the
sOrtlggiiog 01 typhus fever with a baby frame; but
life and youth obtained the vietory; and quicker even
than hope could venture to ei.iect, the pil.e rallied.
the checks grew round an,r! rosy, And the little
l vted limbs filled op stuin. ; Health was restored
—t-health, but not strengtlit 'wvithopght this for a
%slide: We did not ;wont! that the weakened
limbs rsfuse - d their otride,and atill we waited on hc;pf,
until days, and even weeks, peed by, then it .was
found that thecomplaint had left its Litter stirs.
and little Pranzie caithl not walk a step, or even
; 'Many and terliotis hnJ paint , P, were the remedi , - 1
reeorted to; yet the brave heart bore stoutly up,
with that wonderful f irtitu.letlmoNt heroism, which
ail who hate warthej by suffering md, when
the trattehle spirit bends to itSearly discipline, Intl.!
at some: time or other hare 'etr.siltel. Fritte
fortitude might have aTtrdepian example to meaty.
but ',Jeerer les,on was given in the hopeful spirit
with - which the little fel:4ply himself noted the eTect
of each distressir ; ;; remedy, markiog each progress,
and !bowing off' svilh eager ;ladn en tiro
tained, from the' first 'creeping the hatids and
knees to the tiptoe j-purney rtitind the roam, holding
on by ch•tirs ant tables: !het! to the clinging to
spine hand.; and th./..t, l et last, the. graceful
balancing of his Tight fb.),lf, until he stood quite
erect alone.ata so nmed slowly on.
'lt was in autumn this itlness seized on the little
one, just. when the leaves were writing, and the -or
chard fruit' becoming ripe. ..11is nurse attriirited
it all to its sitting uu a grassy bAnk at play on (me
of those unceriiin autumn days; but he in' his child-.
jib *sy,olWays maintained, oft was Frenc:e him-
Self--eating red berriei in the hull y- bower .I"—llbw
ever this; may haie been, this, ,season sod ithe.,time
- seemeaindelegy‘impresstpl virtu his mind. 'ln all
his - con . 6nement to the iv Ise, his thought's contin
ually turueJ In outward jeers, to the external face
of nature and the 'eson chaoge. and evermore his
}ittle word of hope was is;' "When the summer
'Joiriest.' . 4 l .
j He kept.it up throng - Mt tiro long winter, and the
Sleek, cis spring. A , iry little carriage had. been
tot•, , for him, in which, well wrspped up from
‘ - co' . od resting on soft cushions, he was light
:. along by a 'errant; to -his own great de-.
iclit 7 1 , the admiration :4 o( ninny a young beholder.
8., wi ny one--attenspting to reconcile him tide
better '. his , .sition—stipatiateil cm the beauty or
Com( , r }.f his w acquisition., his eager look and
mrord ;' I. td show .ow far -he went beyond it, as,
quick.' Iterruptino , ' , , he , would exclaim, "Wait
till ti t d . r a t t ier co hen Francis will wail'
' again . i
Du' • the winter there wa a fearful storm; i
s hi r k .. . window, moaned' in t old trees, and
how - i•wn ' the Chimney* with a, . fu e n aci s .,
voice. ' t o :der hearts than Fronde's . tailed tblu
night, 1 he lay listening to it all—quiet, .ut ask
ing ~ a que,.tion; at his excited fancy me
simili !is - to the sounds. One time it was pour 't
tie ch i ,.** , cruelly turned out, and wal.lag; the.
comet • . ••Thrilling, withlts list hoarse cry; the'
wel :, d bears , from far-44f Other lands. But ai .
Abg w , Francis knew loins snnwand safe • ..
self; is disturbed Mai o Wlet•vertits soleipme
5150 A TZIA7i, in £dvann••
I have doze. ThrOughoin the Whole or it, be carried
his one aeadfast hope, and, it 3 the morning telling of
it all, with all hie marvellous thoughts, he finiahed
his relation with the never failing word orceitfort;
"+:lh'. there shall be no loud winds, an waking night;
when 013 CO the summer corneal" • _ . ,
The summer came -with its g'ia birds sod flowers,
its balmy air; and who cam paint the exquisite; de.
light of the sulTering - Child viho had waited ter it so
long? Living almost continually in the open air,
he seemed to - esper.t fresh strength and health from
each re% ivina breath he drew; and every day would
deem hi twie:f capable of come greater effort, ii 'if to
prove' hat los eaptctat ion had not been kts taco.
One lovely gay he and/bra little playfi4Lovia W• 111
In a group,anoising themseleea in a pert of the gar-•
dem, when Fume' friends passed through: Francis,
!urging tu . show how much he could dci entreated
hard to be taken with them, "along tile stalk, just
to the holly bower." Ills request was grained, and
on he walked; •quick at first, then slowly slower;
but still ;upteldby his strung faith in the summer's
genial inihience s ha would notinrst in any of the of
fered arm', though the fitful abler went rnd came,
and the pauses grew more' and more frequent...-.
“No," ti ith I Leavy sigh he admitted, o t tia a •tteiy
long• walk. nom; but Francie must not be tired—
sure the • commer.ist co e." -And so, determined not
_ti, -admit fatigue in t e face: of the etaion's bright
proofs around him, b succeeded in accomplishing
Lis little, task at last.
Thus the.summer passed away, and again came
the changing autumn, acting On poor little Francis
to a &lice Never reckoned on, and with its chili, -
damp nit. nearly thr4. , winfi4 him 14cletigata. With •
a 4,Treativ.efrOrt rice than before, behadugain trial
the ws!k to the holly bower, the scene of his self
accusing misdemeanor as to the cause of his suffer
'lto tat down to 'rest; !above his bead
the altumnatbreere swept thrJugh ths tree, "the
polished leases and berries red did rustling piny,"asui
se lit ' tie Teas'e'rs 'looked upward. toward than, e
mem4y - of the former year, and Ofill Airtime that .
had 'passed since then,- seemed r for the' firm time
Metireauty to steal over Ilia heart. He needed in
closed to his Mother's side; and still looking up,
but with more ihoug ht fut. eyes, he said, "Mamma, is
tho summer now guile gene!" '
"Yes, my darltog. Don't yde see the scarlet
berries', the 1011(1,4 winter fUr thz.tittie birdal
oquito gone, cmitnir,s, and Frannie S not quite
Ills Umbel; lecitrd away: the codld not beer her
ehildl to see the I s fel! , tale tears his little words
called np, cr h.ow the sad echo reftimed by her own
desponding tliveights. There tnai a moment's al
!once, bivireil only Ify the hjack tares song, 'and
then she' felt a edit, a little kid upon her hied, and
looking dowl, ahe saw 'her dining's' face—yes,
sursly now was an angers—gazing upward to her
brightly beaming, brighter 'however; and his rosy
porte.l w;thtilkn: own sweet staileagain,
as he exclaimed. in joynns tones, ,
"s:soma, the surrimer will come igaro!"
Precious was that lienrea-born word' of childish
faith to the' careworn mother, to cheer her thee, —
+lrk), with its memory of hope, still to sustain her
through many an lacier-experience and anxious
,until, at lest, she reaped her rich reward; in
the completi realiraition of her bright one's hope.
Preettias to more than her smetriaids may be, if, •
bristly stentating per present t iblie, whitsoteer
it be—bravely ead , iring,. Persevering, eoconrsging
athers,and eurieleeit, even as that -little child—we
hold the thought. that as the revolting year bri4s
round its different sewn*, is day sonceeds to ni t iht
—sfid eten as surely as, we look for this, and know
to ihe (resting heart there cotoza a
may be stve or lair, It may bat now, or it mar be
mes s —apen his grief or grievance will have passed
sways,...se l l so 'twill all teem, rifithing- r .When the
.JA My Dash at, the "Critteil:
Moot our auSreri'oere. , says the Rdsodi bland
Reps!, irate, nbq biKetted tq be in' MownOtt last
snatch e, FA dusru - into the bar room at t very early
hoar, when there uas nobody but a boy in rend
&nee, schen to! wjo should come in 6ral l but a tall,
wreli-dres- , Fed Quaker gerclensan; alto had bees at
tracted thiiher by the "yearly Conference." The
Friend looke.tsbout for a moment, and then turning
to the buy, ingoired— ! 1 _ \
"ll.y, 41 , es th , e make any lemonader .
-"Certainty, air—a great deal." . .
"We:l, make me a glass. 'Take that largest
- • 1344. !nixes iegreditat., sad pours to water about
“stop—leave 'a s• easel. Liu this my old
French brandy r'
"Weil, poor thee 111 tell thee to atop."
The boy dune so.. • I . ti
"Stop!" exclaiated the 4quaker. io duil
"Has thee any goal /mica rum'!"
. "NO, sir." 1
"Any ,Santa Cruzr
"Well, pour till I tell theelltop." _
It was done, and the boy mixed the contents of
the tumb:er, which was• brimful, in the
bur• Quaker friend raised it whit* lips. and peeved
diiwn iu ono continitouijikream the whille alto.
ment," without the interruption of a bre th.—.
Then, with a look of satisfaction-to the inner man,
Which on stich-oications, is seen but not described,
heist down his glass, and inquired what was to
pay. Re paid, and turned to go away, bpt:stopped
as if he had forgotten soMStthing. just as beireached
the door, abd eye to the fountain of re
freshment from whi its bed iniJibeithe wandera
ting-heverage, he eielaimed-.. -
"fad, thee's a very small boy, but thee does make
a gr•gr-great lemonade." •
Carrying out a itetaphor.
• "Dine me, if f don't believe the world's a wheel
barrow," aril] a jolly inebriate, as he rolled along
the pare,•"and I am • the wheel, revolving ou my
basis. Now I'm in the mud," continued kith u he
fell headlong into the grater,' and now PS no ,dry
find," as he reuhol up * thetnitittintio. fliq eon
! Outlet; ressark SS ;lie lille . ,lBlfullava • a head d u ao,
into an open'enilar way, etei4-liniw- Alt wheel is
Ay, sad thelsehiele is out o' repair." Bet, the
poo world on witinnet , its "wheel," end
. individualwe tip with a - am
WM* • 't •