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PRATT & BUTCHER'S
ri DOLLARS REWARD will be paid
V for any medicine that will excel this
matism, Neuralgia, Spinal Affections,
tad Joints, Cholla Palm, Pains in the
Baok,Bead:mild; toothache, SOnius;
Tat, Cuts, Bruilies, 'Burns, and all 'dis
;he Skin, Mineloe, and tho
geuene without tlie eignaturo of Pratt
attached to each label.
de Wholesale and Retail, at * Guilford ct
!ales Drugstore, Lebanon. [June 3/57.1y.
Darins et Seltzer,
'TORNEY AT LAW,
E, in Cumberland Street, nearly opposite
',s Hotel, Lebanon, Pa. Aug. a6,,57.
wrirEizr - --
attend to all bts official businesi; also,
other legal and professional l.psiness en
o him will 'be pro:1111)0y uttendOd tm .
I—ln Cumberland streel;*cond_ door
ISAAC .111010 t ER,- -
'RYOR: AND CONVEYANCER,
lu in Cumberltyul . street, opposite the
Hotel," Lebanon, Pa.
vn, April 22, 1257.-Iy.
Lafayette lire O'er,
TITTER, adjoining A. B. Ely's
nut street, Lebanon, Pa. A large and beau
tiful assortment of Fixtures from Ike well-known
'establishment of Cornelius k Baker, alwayi on
bend at Philadelphia prices,
tiCt, All work warranted to give satisfaction.
orders will be faithfully 'Oiccuted. on the
oat reasonable terms. tia,..The baiter reference
iven. - [Lebanon, Sept. 1W57.
1 - 1 R. IV.M. M. GUILFORD has sevioved z his Of_
- ilea to his now residence on,Mariie,t Street, a
!few doors North of Itaber.COveststiire, and be
'lttreen it and the New Latheran•ahuTah t
Lebanon, Deo. 10, 1856.-tf. ,„
&..: Water Coolvr Or. s4o,e.
A BEAUTIFUL WATER:O6OIIR; large size,
new, can :bii,obtained cheap at this
ntliee. It is just the thing for a landlord or store
., ' 'keeper. • . -.•— [Lebanon, Sept. 211, '5 t.
To Printers. • '
: A GOOD WASHINGTON PRESS, of middling
i' ..Cl. size, is offered for sale, • at this Office,' very
1 . cheap. The price is $6O. septl6
A Second-hand Steam ENGIN-Al% horse pow . -
er. It is to be sold to make roouttferone of a
*ear size. Apply to -
A. MAJOR A. BROTHER. .
~A L ebanon, July 1, 1857.
SIDES, Whitefish, Mackerel, Herring, Cheese,
Vinegar, Tobacco, Segars, Flour, Feeding; ,te.
dm.. for sale by : ,. J. C. HEM] L
Lebanon, Jnr, 30, 1356.
Leather, Leather, Leather!
HENRY W. OVERMAN, Importer of French
Calf Skins, and general Leather Dealer, No.
6, Smith 3d street, Philadelphia.
A general assortment of all kinds of, Leather,
bioreccos ' &c., Red Oak Solo Leather.
Fob. 25, 7357.-Iy. •
Wood I Wood.:
ILE undersigned, residing In North Lebanon
Borough, offers for sale cheap,
GOO or 700 .Cords
(estimated) good Wood it may be seen at "Fin
nigan's dam," on- the Union anal, near Jones
town. [may 27;'57. DAVID BOYER.
Peisons aka*, to V' Oil
PHILADELPHIA ! •
TRY the new WESTERN HOTEL,
• .11irket stfeet, below 9th street. Eve-
ry attention given, with a desire to
1 please. Boarding $1 per Day.
A. M. LEOPKINS,
July 22, i 57-Iy. Proprietor.
CA it rENTERs WANTED.
GOOD JOURNEYMAN CARPENTERS
.14 wanted imniediutely at the Steam Planing
dills of the undursigned,ln this borough. None
but the best of hands required, to whom liberal
wages will be given. Apply to
BOAS, GASSER, Si GETTLE.
Lebanon, Feb. 18„1857.-tf.
P. G. 'W MEL.
' . Bricklayer and Jobber,
Union Deposit, Dauphin county, Penn'a.
0 T AM prepared, at all times, to put up Brick
Work, in ail its brunches, and on the shortest
. notice. Also, BRICK BUILDINGS, Demons,
Din-walls, Bostic's, Hearths, and all work connect
ed with a Furnace done. JrarA gang of Stone
Masons always ready to put down foundations,
and do stone work of every description.
Julyl, P. G. WIKEL.
EAIIMERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
A NEW FIRM!
letln North Lebanon Borough.
' l :.:' ,, NEW PRICES!
100 1 000 111 1 .1 0 7 ) I 0 7 0 11 3u W sti R e t-AA :
100,000 Bushels CORN,
100,000 Bushels OATS,
Clover Seed, Flax Seed, Timothy Seed, for all
which the highest market prices in cash will be
paid by HOFFMAN, IMMEL Jc. Co.
North Lebanon, July 20,'57—t1.,
C L 0 . 0 K S .
Thi.r ty Day,
Just Received at
J. J. BLAIR'S Jewelry Store,
WATCHES AND JEWELSY•
ANOTHER NEW LOT OF .
JUST REpppirn BY .
J. W AC' K •R , •
In Cumberland street, next door to Dr
Oct. 22, '66.
NEW CLOTHING STORE:
Market etreet,between Jfai.k's and Riee'e Hotels.
cl S. RAMSEY CO.'haVe...Test opened a large
L. end cheap assortment of
FALL and WINTER CLOTHING.
Their stock embraces all the different Styles of
COATS, PANTS, and VESTS, suitable for the
Goods of all kinds in the piece, which will be
made to order at the shortest notioe.
Shirts, Under-shirts and Drawers . , Cravats, Col
lars, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas,
in short, every thing usnally to bo found in agen
tlemon's Clothing and Furnishing Store. -
• tail... Two JOURNEYMEN TAILORS "%PANTED.
S. S. RAMSEY A 00.
Lebanon, Sept. 23,'5'7.
New Livery . Stable.
THE undersigned has establish
lir t,, ed a - NEW LIVERY STABLE in
) the Eagle Hotel Stables, Lebanon.
(;, Ile has good-and, safe Horses, Oar
• i" riages, as may be desired, and care
- -'"---.' '''. - ful Drivers, which be will hire on
fair terms. He hopes by being aftrintlyi to busi
ness to receive a liberal shire of public patrogue.
Apply at the Engle Rotel or at the Stables.
JOSIAH D. DEHUFE.
, Lebanon, Rug. IR, 'Wt. . ' ' . '
Lebanon Female Seminary.
TIIE.THIRD SESSION of the "1411d2 , 10X Fa
. YAK commencellin POst
dap of &Somber, nest.:.lt is earnestly requeitod
that Parents intending to send their DAUGHTERS,
•ahould - do op at the commencement of the Session.
LEGE( R. BAUGIIER, Principal.
Te,aoher French and Music.
••• • • .
Lebanon, Jai) , 89, 1857,
THERM6I ETERS, dc e.—Persons in
*Wakit or Aceurabi'and reliable Thermometers, lend
,Mirrors, Traveling Tasks" China It Fancy Toi
lat. Bottles, ruff tioies, Lubin's and other Choice
Perfumes, Tortoise Shell, Buffalo, India Rubber
and Horn Pocket and Toilet Combs. Fancy Ser
gar and Ash Stands (a new article.)
Call at GIIILFC.RD & LEMBERGER'S
-New Drug, Medicine t Perfuraery Establisment,
r 'MINS do bIoADAM are ready to ready to
aecommoilato eyeqbady with ItOotib . Shoesi.
runiso and Travel.l4l4 • '
VOL 9--No. 20.
• .' TWO• INDRAttrOENT CANDIDATES.
WillETE . u.nderglined Would respectfully inform
- AT the citizens ofluillimon and vicinity that they
will at all Lames be found ready to accommodate
them in atlything which belongs to their business,
which is PAINTING . , GLAZING, and PAPER
HANGING. !J ay -warrant all their work.
Hy's,tirict attention to business they hope to so , -
egrets share of puldie.patronage. Orders for work
can be leftat WALTZ 84 RCEPEL'S Book,store,whero
they will, be promptly.attcnded ta. - At the latter
place too,„cawbescon a large assortment of neat
chaste 4.oAigila,,af-•wan, Ceilin g: And:Hall Papers
selected by them, ; from one of the most extensive
establishments in the city of Philadelphia.
,Sopt. 2, 'bi-3m.*. THOMPSON & STOUP.
Well, Peter where have you been?
w IIY, I have been at the STOVE STORE of JAMES
N. ROGERS, and bought one of his superior COOK
ING STOVES, as be has just returned from the city and
brought one of 'the largest. assortments of
STOVES ever browild to Lebanon,
MY neighbor got one honi him, and it Is the best Cook
ing Stove 1 ever sari: They eau 13ske, Roast. Cook, and
Wash at the same time; if they wish to, nod it.doelyeve
rything to perfection; I was determined to.got one of
t§p sort, and the best of all is he warrants every
bottlidv Stove he sells to do as he roprestukts. '
few 'more 'of the same sort left, with a generanti•
Parlor, Hall, or Dining Iloona
wITNb will be mold cheep, with a full asserttnei3t of TIN
and MEET IRON WARE, generally connected with his
huginess., Air` All work entrusted telitn will le done
With 'neatness andllispatCh: '
Lebanon r Sept. 23, '57. 'JAMES N. ROGERS.
Nos. 21 dt 7.3 South Sixth Street, near the State House,
MEN FLOORS of this specious building, erected express
ly for Gilt Proprietors' trade, are stored with Seeds and
Imnietnonts of interest to Farmers and Gardeners.
Sixty rears Establislwd.—Tho trubscrihors desire to call
the attention of every one interested inFormingapti Gar
dening, to their well-selected stock of
Agricultural Implements and Machinery,
Great Variety of Horticultural Tools,
Witrranted Garden and Flower Seeds,
Grass and Reid Seeds of the most reliable quaiity.
The Agricultural Implements sold by us are mostly
manufactured at our Steam Works, Bristol, Pa.
Having fitted up this establishment without regard to
expense, with the most complete machinery, for the man
ufacture of various kinds of Agricultural. Implements, we
are now preperrd to supply all articles in this line fully
equal, If not superior, to any thing of the kind ever offer
ed to the public. .
Landretk's Mrranted Garden Steels,
limn been before the public tor . Upwards of sixty years;
their wkle-spread 'popularity, and the constantly inerens.
ing demand from year to year, is the best evidence of their
superiority over all ethers. . ' ,
Country merchants can be supplied with seeds in "pa
pers, or bulk, on then:est liberal terms.,
Bloomsdale, near Dristol,Pa., our Garden.eed grounds,
contains three hundred and sweaty acres, and is the lar
gest establishment of its kind in the world.
D.'. LANDRY:III k SON,
Oct. 7,'57-3m. Nos. 21 &23 South Sixth Street. Philade
WM greatest offer in geld pens, gold pencils, gold
chains, and gold watches, eTer made. Read the
• A Splendid Gold 'Premium, •
worth from five to one hundred dollars, positively given
to any person who can spare one day in -a week, or one
hour in a day, getting up elsba or subscribers in hisown
and adjoining neighborhood, for the best and most pop•
ular family newspaper now published. No expense, no
outlay, - no capital required of agents. An entire new
plan is proposed, by which any person Son succeed in
making it a paying business. who will undertake the
agency. A private circular. for the inspection of agents
only, with full list of premiums, will be sent to any one
who desires it, on receipt of a stamp to pay return post
age. Some agents have earned a hundred dollar gold
watch in one week.
• Every family should read at least one Newspaper from
New York City, without interfering with their Local
pers, which of course cannot and should not, be dispens
ed with. lint 2 , :ew*York being the great commercial and
business centre of this Continent, no farmer, mechanic,
professional man, or merchant, is properly prepared for
the emergencies of his calling, unless he is in communi
cation with New York City, by means of one of its first
class newspaper mediums, Such a medium is our "LED
GER," neutral in politics, but giving all the facts items
of nett , l, and thrilling incidents worth knowing through-
Out the country:
A Valuable ft.
Each new subscriber will receive with the first No. Of
his or her paper, one of the neW"tuld beathiful glass point
ed indelible Pencils,* ju=t imported froth Europe. and for
Which we have obtained the exclusive agency for this
country. This is theniost inge»ious and useful improve
ment of the present age, and is the only pencil ever made
that will write with ink making it both a pen and pencil
of the finest quality at the same time. It will last for
years, and for practical rise is worth more than any gold
pen in the market;
For list of premititus and full particulars, address
HALL It WEST, Publishers, New York City.
*These Pencils supplied to the trade at a profitable dis
Lebanon Marble Yard.
THE subscriber respectfully informs
X. the public in general that he is
prepared to do all kinds of VANer AND OIINAMeNTAL *oik
at his Marble ,Yard,in Walnut street, half way between
the Court House and Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot,
at the shortest notice, as good as work done in any city
in the United Sfates, and being the only Stone Cutter in
Lebanon county who has served a rezular apprenticeship
to the business, he pledges himself that he elm manufac
ture cheaper, and.:give.a.hetter finish Than any other
man engaged in the same business. Ills stock consists of
Monuments, Grave. Stones, Mantels,
Cemetery Posts;: Furniture Slabs;.
Also, SANDSTONE of the best quality for all .
plain 'and ornamental. A large assortment of LIME
STONE for all kinds of housework, of any size and
quantity. Allii'llease call and examine prices and 'the
stock:before you purchase elsewhere.
Lebanon, December 10,1851.
N. B.—LETTERING done in German and English, by
thelnust practical 'workmen
Fancy Fors for Ladies.
JOHN PARTMAA & Co., (New N0.)51$ Market
street, above Eighth, Philadelphia, Importers,
ltlanafactiirera and dealers in Ladies, Gentlemen and
Children's FANCY FURS, wholesale and retail.
J. F. & Co., wouli mll the attention of dealers and the
public generally to their immense Stock of Fancy Furs
for Ladies„.Gentletueu and Children: their assortment
embraces everi,irticle and kind of Fancy Furs that will
be worn durin g season—such as Full Capes„ Galt
Capes, Quarter. Capes, Talmas, Yietorines, Boas, Miiff's
andiliftiffatees, from the finest Russian Sable to the low
est price Domestic. Furs.
For Gentlemen the I=oo assortment of Fur
Cloves, anntlets,&o4 being the direct Imparters of all
our Furs, and ?danufacturers of them under our own su
pervision, we feel'eatiefied we can offer better induce
ments to dealers and the public generally than any other
house, having an - Immense assortment to select from and
at the Manufeaturers! prices. lim.lre only ask a call,'
. = JOHN FAREIRA & CO.
Sept.l6, , s7—taa. Ito. US Market St., above Sth, Voira.
Uover's Liiinid Hair Dye.
weguß following, fromthat eminent Physician of Phil
adelphin, Dr. B,rinekle, added to the testimony of
Professor Rooth, only confirms what is evidenced by
thousands who have used Ilover's Dye:
°Wan Row, CHESTNUT STREET,
Philadelphia, December 22d, 1863. I
urn regard to Mover's Bair Dye, I can state unhesi
tatingly, that it contains no deleterious ingredients, and
maybe used with entire safety, and with the utmost
confidepee and success." W. D.I3RINCICLE, M. D.
Hover's Writing and Indelible Inks,
Are so ell 'and widely' known, as to require no eulogy
of their' merits, it Is only moose ary to Say; that the steady
and increasing demand, gives the best evidence that they
maintain their character for superiority, which distin
guished them when first introduced, years ago.
Orders addreased to . the Momifactory, No. 416 RACE
street, above Fourth, (old No. 1440 Philadelphia, will re
calve prompt attention, by .103EPLI E. HOVER,
Sept.l6,'s7-t.April 16, '5B. ' Manufacturer.
WHITE BALL ACADEMIC ,
(Three hfiles Vestal Harrisburg.)
MILE FOURTEENTH - SESSION of this Institution will
commence on MONDAY, the 2d of Nov's=En, next.
;The attention of Rarente and Xuardirms is respectfully in
vited to the iultuntaginsit afairtTa in educating Young Men
apitßoys. The location is pleatautt, healthful and conve-
Blentof access, and the. , course of dtudies extensive, em
bracing the primary and higher branches of an English
Edocation, together with LittineCireek,.—ffiunoh and Ger
man Totignageti, and Vocnlnnit Inetromeptarldueic.
Twoiteicitetrdiiig, Washing; and Tilden in the English
Drutachee,ls-Vocul Music, per [2l weeks,) 00,00
For Ofrculare giving full particulars, address
Oct. 7, '67-6t. Harrisburg, Pa.
A GREAT 'PANIC •
GOODS SELLING WONDtg.F.ULLY
ii1.111EAC111:13A10- 310 ' , ...
THE undersigned are now opening - a very ;ergs , assort=
moat of FALL and WINTER GOODS, among , which.
are Cloths, Oassimeres, Testing, Readydnada Clothing;
and ell kinds Men's and Boys wear.
ALSO, all kinds of Goods for Ladies wear, such as black
find fancy silk, Detainee, French Merino, Coberg and plaid
Goods, Shawls of all descriptions, Bonnet Trimmings, he.
ALSO, a large stock of GROCERIES & QUERNSWARE. ,
Call at the Bet ifive." s ol __ • "
Lebanon, GEORGE ,r SITELLENDERGER.
T AMES' CORM) MAT s
A superior quality and cheaspwerAtaTnzir i n otr o are ., d at
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RE 0 VAL.
LEBANON, PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1857.
THE ENCHANTED ISLAND.
A wonderful mrenin'id the 'liver Tinto,
,As it runs thrm,gli the realms of tent's,
With aptultlei tylitute, and a musical rhyme,
And a bronder sweep end a Argil sublime,
And blends with the abeam of year&
There's a Musical isle up the river TIM'S,
'Where the softaikn nix's:: are playing;
There% a elondlass sky and a tropical clime,
And a. song as sweet as'a vesper chime;
And the tones with the roses aro staying..
And the name of the isle is. Long Ago;
And we hart'- Our treasures there;
There are brows of beauty and bosoms of anew ;'
There are heaps of dust, but W . O 101'p them so!
There are trinkets, and tresses of snow;
Ther&are fragments, ef ‘ sepg that nobody, sings, '
And a part of an infant's prayer;
There's a lute Itnswept, and a harp without strings;
There are broken' vows and pieies of rings,
And the garments she used to wear.
There are hands that are waved when thotairy shore
By the mirage is lifted in air;
And we sometimes' hear, through-tile turhulent , rouri
Sweet voices we heard in the days gene before, -
When the Wind di:Ant:the river is fair.
Oh I remembered for eye be the blessed isle,
All the day of life till night!
And when the evening comes with its beautiful smile,
And our eyes are closing to slumber awhile,
that "Greenwood" of soul be in eighth •
a Mexican, adventur e
During-my residence in England, I became ac
quaintedWitlr a young Scotchnum by the name of
Boswell. Ile was one of the deluded men who
followed George MacGregor to his empire in the
marshes of the Mosquit'o shore, for a grand name
thecalled it poplie. I'm not going to meet
the high horse of romance: and will therefore ob
serve that he 'was not . of high birth, as most of
the eharacters' in modern stories are sure to be.—
He was no relation to Dr. Johnson's Boiwell, nor
to the Boswells of Auchinlech, with its unfortu
nate Sir Alexander BUitneewells of Canting Cor
ner, famous preachers in the time of Charles I; but
in truth was nothing more than the sun of a small
grazier in - Lanarkshire. Yet, though bore" in
humble life, Robin llesWell was not Without the
visions of future glory, which, quite as often,.
where the liberty to hope greatly is the birthright
of all, visit the pillow of the low-born as of the
noble and far descended. He was in truth a ro
mantic being, and built a larger number of these
mansions without underpinnings, culled "castles
in the clouds," than Don Quixote relieved dis
tressed damsels. How many a sweet Vision of
beauty and loveliness, merit and daring were dis
pelled the very Imp oetical call from his father
to fold the sheep. The latter being a plain, prac
tical, every-day man, eared little for the aversions
of the sou, and the consequence Was, that Rubin
ran away, and enlisted as a volunteer Sir Ore
gor's expedition, with a promise of becoming Earl
de Bayou des Centipedes,' or Count de ltiviere - des
Ramanas in the Caelquery of Poyais.
I shall not enter into the details of his passage
to the theatre of his anticipated ex - pluits and glo
ries. Finding, on his disembarkation at Augus
turn, that he had been made the dupe of an ad
venturer, and weak and drivelling, as unprincipled
and wicked, he left Poyais, and proceeded to the
city of Montezuma. His journal, until he reach
ed that metropolis, exhibits nothing woith re
marking upon, but soon after his arrival, an inci
dent occurred which bade fair to involve him iu
serious consequences. This was nothing else than
the falliing ie love with the beautiful datighter of
the exconde Tobasco, a prominen t meniber of, that
singularly disinterested baud of Mexican nobles,
who in the effervescence of patriotic zeal, threw
away their fortunes, from motives as rational as
those which induced Don Quixote to liberate the
My readers' undoubtedly aware of the many
obstacles which exist in Old Spain to the inter
course, otherwise than , by stealth, to the sexes
. amengst the higher orders; but they may require
to.be told that it is perfect freedem„bonndless
liceriCe, compared with that unposed upon the
Patrician order in Nikv Spain, and, indeed,
throughout Spanish America: In the former, in-,
tereourse, regulated by absurd caprices., and al
ways liable to be terminated on the wildest and
most unreasonable suspicions, is still in some sort
permitted ; in the latter country the sexes seldom
see each other till,marriage day. They are less
together than in any Christian land with which I
am acquainted, less perhaps, than in Mahomme
den countries. Nevertheless, spite of manners
and customs, and spies and duennas, and bolts_
and bars, and all that sort of thing, the enterpris
ing son of the Lanarkshire grazier found opportune.
ties:to whisper soft thin gs, "all alone by the light
of the moon," in the cars of the fair MeXiCan, who
so far forgot her parentage, and the blood of all
her line's Castillian Derds, as toconfess .her_ love
of its delighted object, and to promise to fly with
him to., judging from his present prospects
something less than a cottage. Lore Is not fa
mous for foresight; the phrase in low life, "we
shall get along well enough," supplying the full
stock of ante-nuptials, precoution_and preparation.
They named :the night for the elopement, and
provided the assistants and confidant; the lady's
that convenient promoter. and indispensable
pendage °fa Spanish intrigue, a crafty and obSo
quious smiting ; the gentleman'S, a nreetizoi
following the desPerate trade of smuggler. the
latter was not of a calling to inspire confidence;
and yet instances of fidelity and good faith are
not uncommon with men of this class. Dirk Hait
terak, murderer and arch fiend that he was, "1-
counted to his owners for the last stiver." Men who
disregard all law but that of their own licentious
will, are very apt to entertain a code, some of the
provisions of which, shame the lex script" of re
gularly ruled States.
The night fixed for the elopement arrived; and I
Pedro, the contrabandista went to the lodgings Of
the enamored Caledonian. Knowing better than
his employer the difficulty of stealing a Mexicun
heiress, he brought with him a bandallerro, a.fel
low of enormous size, and ruffian-like, aspect, with
a complexion little lighter than those Indians,
who fight in the vegetables market of the city of
Mexico. was indeed a formidable looking fel
low. His coal black whiskers were as large as those
preserved in the eathedral church of Saragossa, be
longing to St. Thomas, the. Apostle: and eyebrows
of the same color and magnitude, shadowed eyes
as fierce as those of a tiger. Altogether, Carlo
looked and moved a most appalling personage.—
Nevertheless Carlo the Swarthy, might be Carlo
the Honest. It is not always that "a savage appear
ance denotes a 'savage temper, nor a mild one a
corresponding disposition. Commodes and Cara
calla were not delicate and feminine in their fea
tures, and monster Nero whilst he sat fiddling' to
the flames which were devoting the Eternal City,
might, from his mild, sweet, beautiful face, have
been taken tor' a kind angel sent down to arrest,
their progress.. •
Armed iu the prevailing style of Mezican equip
ment, each with a heavy pair of bersepisteds, a
short sword and dagger, the latter the most fre
quently used,the principal and his two aids found
themselves. just as the groat clock in the church
of St. Mary Magdalen was tolling twelve, beside
a little wicket in the innetgardens of the Tehasee
palace. The reader will undoubtedly demand how
they gained so facile arr;edmittance at the outer
gate, I know not, nor was the lover prepared for so
easy an introduction into: these high-walled, and
triply barricaded gardens; but the contrabandista,
produced keys to the'veriOus gates, ta.proniptly
as if he were the authentic porter. AOn taper,
burning in a low windoW'inthe eastern aide of the
place acquainted them with the apartments occu
pied by the fair Leonora. No sealing of wnllsf
or wrenching off of rusted bolts, was necessary,
however; the lovely girl in that wick:
oil (Hip:lac, a Spanish cloak, soon 'made her ap:
pearanee, and in less thirr'itventy minulAsi the
nuptial party stood at thb.door of the little church
of St. Pedro, in the oSt itig northern verge of the
this be stealing akSpan ish lady,' thOught
bin'. hero, it is by no means so hazardousa
ness as I had supportl4e .
A. slight blow .at s Sail side door, which led te'
the sacristy, aroused 'the keeper, who conducted
them into the chancel. At the al tcriteed.a venera
ble man, whose garb bespoke his functions, though
it was the Observation of the shrewd Scotehman,that
hts eyes were lighted up by fire, holy or otherwise
as might best suit tho beholder to regard
Viewing the lovers for a moment, with an impa
dance .evidently kept under with difficulty, he
"Yon aro come hither to be joined in the holy
bands of matrimony?"
"'We hare," answered the Caledonian.
"As a priest of the Holy Catholic Church, and
as a good'thember Of the rMexicanktates, Irequire
to be informed of the name, station, family and
fortune of the bridegroom. I should be wanting
in my duty 'to both God and country, if I omit
ted to ascertain the true character of all, who au der
such suspicions eircumstances, wish to partake of
the IMly sacrament of marriage.
"Well," said the' youth, to atioid a long talk
may be to small purpose, I will answer all your
questions. I am Robin Boswell, a Scott:hemp
from Lanarkshire, low born and as poor as a
"I need not require .the Miele of the bride; I
know her well," said th 6 priect, dropping his head.
"Wretched girl=—The only daughter of the house
of Tobacco, going to be united to a beggar for
eigner, to thehhceure church of St. Pedro, fLePOCII-
Pallied by a lying waiting maid and - a ragged
"Rely Mother •!" exclaimed the terrified girl
falling upon her knees. is my father. Rob
ert, kis, my father. Join me, dear Robert in my
prayers,' that he Will grant our lives."
"We never do that in Scotland till we have tried
the temper of our word's" said the lover, resolute.
ly. "And se it seeing you are the count of Tobaa
ce. And who are you? (to the bandallerii.)—
Make me acquainted at once with the various disc
guises assumed to deceive. I shame the bciasted
sagacity of ivy' antiona geotehman."
"I am my masters valet," answered the bandal
lero, throwing off his able apPendages of whiskers,
eye -brows and mustachios.
"And who are you, traitor ?" to Pedro.
"0, I am still Pedro the smuggler," replied he,
laughing is unconcernedly as if nothing had hap
pened. "There is not lunch dsguise about me,
and I repel with disdain, the epithet traiter." .
"And now, air, give inc that sword," said the
"Never," replied the' Scot, "till. I knew what
conditions are to be imposed upon me, net. until I
receive a suitable guarantee for the kind treatment
of this dear girl."
"Then I Will call those who will enforce an un
conditional surrender," And calling thrice, the
door of the vestibule, opened, and a dozen armed
men entered. Now, what say you,:rash than! does
hot Conde Tobasco know bow to protect the honor
and dignity of his IMuse from the assaults of for
eign adventurers?, It is my turn to laugh, COn
"Remy soon be your Excellenztes turf to weep,"
said Pedro; and he gave three careless blows with
his heel upon the floor. "We'll soon see whose
magic calls up the master spirit." The .blow had
scarcely yielded its last reverberation whoa a hina
Bred men, clothed in as inartyllifferent styles Of
dress; and exhibiting the greatest possible variety
Of equipment—for instance, a sword with an elab
orate gold hilt by the side of a musket, which
would have been dear in Brummagem, at half a
dozen shillings, entered anti filled the church.--
The Conde's people seeing bow much they were
out numbered, would have retreated to thb''ehan
eel, but were prevented.
"Ea! ha, you thought you had fooled a sinng
gler, did you," exclaimed Pedro, with a heitrty
laugh, in which many of his tatterdemalions
joined. "Be pleased understrind, that when
youatolo upon the in the Orange bowe4)n
the - Tabasco gardens, and overheard their pidnait
elopement, I was at your elbow. That wh# pier
scoundrel of a Valet, who shall yet swing-fUr' his
many crimes, contrived with a confederate, the
plan- -of 'surprise], which has. done so much to
bring his master's Wisdom into discredit, and , to
disqualify him for the post of chief-reseal to A
grandee, I overheard thut else. Bo assured that
no part of your plan has escaped_ my knowledge,
I even know in what cell of your spaCious dun
geons you would have immured this young man,
whose only crime is hive. Ile would have occu
pied the same dreaded celt,i fin which for seven
dreary years consigned your poor brother
dean." - - "
"In the name of the Holy Virgin, how did you
learn all this ?" demanded the astonished Conde,
with horror depicted in his countenance.
"You must be well acquainted with the.secreti
of the palace."
"I should be, for I Irtis horn in it," anirreMd
"Who cra you?"
"Juan de . Tobasco," and throwing off his vari—
ous disguises, he stood before them a swarthy
“Ip is indeed my—brother—Juan, whom I
thought—dead," ejaculated the conscience stack
'!Ay, your - brother •Juan, whom you thelight
whoni you did your best to provide such ;n
4c, 111. for," replied Juan. "But thanks to a fa -
Befriend of my father's house . , y'eseppedtirat
tigilli t ; to whisper in the ear of the usurper dri i n; y
Weliii*and title, that, ere this, the legitiintyi pro
prietor Yof both isin possession of his ow again.
Ada, now brOther, :it-is my ,idsimtltip,tpatl'xou be
stow my pretty niece on this bravo , young man,
whose honesty and courage I hate proved, even
when Wagon' was not aware of it.kl
"It must be as you say, I suppose," replied the
"You have answered well; it must be as I say.
Coil Father Mark."
Father Mark was eallsd, and soon united the
"And now, Leonardo„" said Joan, "I will show
you of what different stuff ive are formed., Will
ed by my father, to inherit as his eldest son, the
chief part of his fair possessions, you, by the aid
'of a set of the, greatest wretches that over dis
graced humanity, contrived to incarcerate me for
seven of the best years of my life in the dungeons
of the palace, mine own by right . and law, My
Wealth you wasted in disreputable' and unworthy
uses; my name you dishonored by a well contriv
ed report, that I perished in &loathsome intrigue.
Be this my only revenge. You shall retire
twenty-forir hours to the estate of our father
possessed at the Pus of St. Joseph; near the city
of -, which
.property, together with .ten
thousand Mexicans, shall be . Years, on condition
that you turit'an honest man, anitremaip-so. I
myself occupy the palace, and my privattifortime
shill'be the dowry which my sweet little niece
shall carry to her handsome i husluiri&,
After this sinkable adjilstiiteld of a faMily
.. allrcturned to the TAllSOO . palace,
&pd.:spent the night in feasting. TIM event pre
dieted by Juan lied actually take'n Place; the pal
ace was tenanted by his retainers : : 'Within, ton
ilays; Captain Boswell: and 'wife set sail for
Vera Crez, ILO at that port embarked: foi• England..
Arrived safely bcirirchased it beautiful villa; with
extensi4O'giminds in Cambridgeshire,' and' at the
time, I vipited hem,7:45 97)
that had no time for. anythingsave relate the
foregoing Mexiean Adventnre.
THE DEATH OF .HARY
ni Tog REiAIiAniES youi.*
If I had thought th9it eould'st have died;
I. Might not weep for tho;
But I forgot; when by thy side,
That thodeould'st mortal he; '
It never through my mind had fund,
That time would o'er be O'er,.
And I on thee should look my taut,
And thou should'st smile no more.
Andatill upon that faze I look,
•And thing 't smile again,
And still.tho thought I,will not brook
That I must look 111,114iTh
But when I speak, Ilion duet not say.
What thou no'cr West unsaid,
And now I fed, as well I may,
Sweet Mary! . thou artdaid.
. . .
If then should'st staye'orLu thou tut,
Alt mild, and all serene, '
riatill might press thy silent heart, •
And whom thy smiles have been t
While e'en thy chill bleak -cereal have,.
Thou seemest still mine own, -4 "
Tint there I lay thou in thy grave—
And , fiun'iMw aloud 1
I do not think, whereer thou art,
Thou hast forgotten me ;
And I, perhaps,, may soothe this iteArt
In thinking to of thee; '
Yet there vas round thee such a dawn
Of light ne'er soen•hofore, -
As fancy ne'er could hare drawn,
And never can restore.
.*Author of nurlal of Sir John Moro."
SERVING A SUBPOENA.
It is singular what shifts love will make to
complish its objects.: Bolts, gates and bars are of
little avail against Cupid's pick-lock contrivance;
his cunning will devise ways and means to open
them A: Young gentleman bad courted a fair
damsel of New York, and it was supposed that the
two would in tittle "become one." Some little
quarrel of a trivial nature, as lovers'-quarrels gen
erally are, .occurred. Neither would confess the
wrong to be on their side=-presents and corres
pondence were mutually sent back, and the match
was broken off.. The young gentleman immedi
ately started for New Orleans to enter into com
mercial business, thinking • that distance would
-lessen the attachment he really felt for tholoung
When woman is injured,.oathinks sbels injur
ed, by. the One s-he loves, she is more apt than the
male sex:. "to bite off ler Mtn nose"Us the saying
is, to, inflict pain, and be revenged on the offend
ing objects. A gentionian that the young lady
had once rejected renewed his proposals and was
accepted, within a week after her old lover had
embarked for the South. On reaching New Or
leans, he found that distance, instead of weaken
ing his attachment, only made the lady dearer,
and he betame melancholy and low-spirited. The
first letter he received from. New York from a
friend of his, announced that his old flame wait
shortly to be married to another. Ills course was
quickly taker"); the next morning` found on
board a packet-ship bound fel' Gotham: '
The paSsage t nnfortunatlY, was long, and the
poor felloir - chafed and fretted so much that the
pesietigers began to think hiin deranged or else a
fugitive escaping from, justice. The instant the
vessel touched the wharf, ho dartedfor the office
of his friend, the lawyer. It is to be supposed
the latter was mrteh surprised to see his friend,
imagining him a couple thousand miles away.
"Myffllear!fellow, you are in time to see the
wedding..,;Xiss your ,old sweetheart, is
to b& married this morning at eleven o'clock. To
toll you the truth, I don't believe: thore 4 ls much
love about it ;
.and the girl really thinks mere,of
one hair of your head, than the fortunate bride
groom's-whole body." ,
"Good neuron! whore is sho to bo married? in
the church ?"
"No, at her fathei's house,"
"My clear follow,-.---I—l—yes—no---fes,, I will
harcit. nave you any . case onining on in either
of the courts at 11 o'clock V!
"Then 411 up it subpoena With tiro bridegrooms
name. Don't stop to ask any questions.' It mat
ters not - whether ho knows anything about the
parties in the suit. By Heavens ! Julia shall he
His friend saw the object at once, end promised'
to carry out the matter. The subpoena was made
out and placed.in the hands of clerk to serve on
the unsuspecting .bridegroomtheinsta nt-he should
leave his residence, and was dispatched in , a cab
to watch the house. About -tan mi s nutes .before
eleven, as the. soon-to-be-happy man was about
entering a,emush before the door of his, residence,
ho was served with a subpoena,. . ,
"Can't help it," said the clerk,. in .reply to his
gestioulating,about "not knowing the parties 7 --go-.
ing to be married," the. "We cannot roach the
Hall now before eleven—imprisonment for. con
tempt," . .
The bridegroom who was rather of a timid na,
tura, finally consented, particularly as iMproraised
to send a friend-of his, who sat in the cab wrapped
up in a largo cloak, explaining the reasons of his
absence. The reader ean-iniegine who that-par-
Eleven o'clock came, bat still no bridegroom.
The guests were staring at each other; the priost
begatotogrow impatient; .and , the bride' that was
to be, looked pale and agitated, when a carriage
drove up and the bell rang. "There he is ! there
he is!" murm4red many voices,
A gentli3inan did enter, whose appearance cre
ated almost as much astonishment as that of Ed
gar,Ramenswood in the ifall of Ashton Casti
the marriage of Lucy Ashton, in SI
of Lammermoor." The lei
planation ; ensued bete
WHOLE NO. 437.
er; and the result.Wds that in ton ralnutes the two
real lovers were joined in the, sacred - bond of mat
rimony, much to the ; efitisfitotion of 'all.
The bridogroouTihat was to bare been, after
wards made his appearance puffing and blowing.
What he said and what he did, on beholding his
rival, and being, made acquainted with the condi
tion of anti's, really'was thagi-comical.
The story of the rilapiena shortly afterwards
leaked Out, and lilts_ etited.so-nanch„anius,(3lliol3
'that the pooefelloW iidiares he will the law
yerfor ten thousa4 `debars dr i nn !g e:s cn subpoena
ing him as in'4tise Ut which he klow
nothing; and by which he left a, Wife. It be
a nover.snit indeed, if he should ilo so.
Fillibuster Walker and his Deaf
the following statemout is from a recent bbok
'of travels by an' Englishman : •
"I came down thesitliisitsippi With &gentleman
from Nashville, Who-bad-been seliord with Gen
oral.Wall or, and .whelethifirmed,.itt the strongest
manner, tho l aceonntW of4his :reserve 'at school.—
Indeed; he sar4,4l,tllkOnkpygqinniest,:quietesi
milksop' of a boyche had everknown; so much so,
as to be an object of derision to his schoolfellows,
'Who called him 'honey,"missy,' and other similar
contemptuous names. Walker never joined the
other boys in any:athletic games; the only thing
by which he - distinguished himself was, that be
always knew •his. lesson better than any boy in
and- the moment school was over he ran
home to his mother. In his leisure moments his
fat-mite pastime was reading the l3iblo.
"Walker-first of all studied divinity, and it was
probably only in consequence of the doubts and
perplexities that so often disturb the studies of
Our young. theologians, that he abandoned that
study for• medicine. This, too, he gave up for.
SOThe'reasOn after a time; and took to law, •which
as -you know,, is in this country Often. synonymous
to Ptli tics. In New Orleans he connected himself
with the press; but here, in addition to law and,
physic, he - had an episode of love, which, though
notmentioned in the public account of his career,
had.l believe.. tegreatcffect on his. fortunes and.
tharacter, and 'the story of which I bad from a
source:in which." can put every, confidence. At
New Orleans be beedixib acquainted with a young
girl,; %cry beautiful and intelligent, -but•-deaf and
'Walker was first attracted to this Young lady
by sympathy for her melancholy privation; but
tenderer feeling soon arese7"and till her part, the
young lady became passionately attached to
Walker. Indeed, not • being aware of the usual
restraints which the conventionalities of society
iinpose on females under such circumstances, - she
displayed her affection in a more open manner
than was pleasing to her friends. This led to
some restraint, and misunderstanding and es
trangement, and the poor, beautiful, but speech
less girl, thinking herself deserted, sickened and
died: From-that time Walker was a' changed
man. Ile went to California; fought a duel and
then joined a band of desperadoes. Thenceforth
the slaty, studioui Milksop was the stern and (ler
"The story sounds romantic, I confess; but it
is the only intelligible clew I have yet received to
the strange revolution, whith is admitted to have
taken place in this man's character. It must have
required some great mentalshock to transform the
sickly, yellow-haired boy of Ns:3111411n into the
stern Nicaraguan filibuster. Why should it not
ho blasted love, and the vision of his broken
hearted deaf mute, dead for love of him? To an
imagination such as his mustbe, a - vision like this
may: well beeothe a permanent and powerful real
ity,-casting its dark hue over his whole career and
(diameter. One thing in Walker Ido admire; I
moan his silence.
THE ORIGIN OF MANKIND
A CATAWBA LEGEND
There Was a time when the world Wits an un
broken waste of rocks, hills -and, mountains, save
only ono small valley, whieh, was distinguished
for its luxuriance, and where reigned a perpetual
summer, At that time, too, the only human be
ing who, inhabited the earth was a woman, whose
knowledge was confined to this valley, and who is
remembered among the Catawbas as the mother of
mankind. She lived in a cavern, and her food
consisted of heney and flowers and the sweet ber
ries and other fruits of the wilderness. Birds
without number, and the wild streams Which found
a resting placein the valley made the only music
which she ever heard. Among the wild animals,
which were numerous about her home, she wan
dered without any danger : but the - bearer and
doe were her favorite companions. in personal
appearinee She was very beautiful', and the years
Only had the tendency to increase the brightness
of her eyes and the grace of her movements. The
dress she wore was made of those bright green
leaves which unfold the water Mlles, and her hair
was as long as the grass Which fringed the waters
of her native vale.
She was the ruling spirit of a perennial world,
for'even the very flowers which bloomed aboat
her sylvan home were never known to wither or
die. In spite of„her lonely condition she knew
not what it was to be lonely ; but ever and anon
a strange desire fotind its way to her heart, which
impelled her to explore the -wild country which
eurrounded. her Par ninny days she had
resisted the tetoptatien to beCome a wanderer from
her charming valley, until it so happened, on a
certain. Morning, that.a scarlet butterfly made its
appearance before the , door of her cave, and the
hum of its wings her'away. She 'obeyed
the summons, and followed the butterfly far up a
rocky ravine, until she came to the foot of-a huge
waterfall when she was deserted by her mysterious
pilot, and first became acquainted with the 01110-
Lion of fear. Her passage Of the ravine had been
comparatively easy ; but when she endeavored, in
her consternation, to retrace her steps, she found
her Worts unavailing, and fell to the'ground in
despair. A deep sleep then overcame her senses,
from Which she was notawakened until the night
was far spent, and then the dampness - of the dew
had fallen upon her : soft limbs, and for the first
time in terlife did she-feel the pang of a: bodily
pain. Forlorn and desolate indeed was her con
dition, and she felt that -some
,great event was
about to happen; when,- as she uncovered her face
and turned it to the sky, she beheld, bending over
her prostrate form, and clothed...in a cloud-like
robe, the image of a being somewhat _resembling
herself, only that he was more'stoutlzmade and
of a much sterner aspect. ,
. , .
Her first ernorion at this strange discovery was
that, of terror; but as the mysterious being looked
upon her in kindness, andinised her lovingly from
the ground, she confided in his protection, and
listened to, his words .until the break of day
lie told her that ho has a native off
sky, and that Le had discover
condition while trave
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