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Weave for the Deeioerst.
To the Herb Camomile.
ET 111111 LYDIA JANE runtsoN
frairant Camomile ! in beauty wreathing
Thy 'delicate green garlands, o'er the sod;
Now from each tiny braid of foliage breathing -
A pore and fragrant offering unto God; s '
At ,re, while on thy braided garlands kneeling,
I t ot my prayer with thy sweet Breath above,
1:Ipon my spirit's hush—a thought came stealing
That than dost teach our Savior's law of Love. I
'The hand that smiteth thee—no wound receiveth.
Though uninovok'd and heavy fall the blow;
Bat ort that hand the contact with thee leaved]
A balmy blessing• Christ requited eso
..Or if the careless foot thy verdure crusheth,
And brniseth on the earth, thy pearly bloom;
Sweet incense from thy broken beauty gusheth,
Saimaa flies; the foes that wrought his doom.
Hie life and 'axe were,perfeet—yet transgression
Receir'd no meed of punishment. from Him;
The vilest wretch who sought him with contrition
Food peace and pardou,still his gracious theme.
He pitted all who wept—and ne'er upbraided—
Though suffering were the cousequence of guilt.
The poor he loved,—the:inralid he aided,—
And far his bitter - foes his life-blood spilt.
Snail we who are his followers—by profession
Annum a power oar Master never sway'd ?
Denounce our fellow taken in tranFg,iession
.And to the penitent refuse oar aid?
'Tin oars to pity and to lore our, brother
Although hieeins seem darker thau our own,
Oar llmer's law is "Lore ye one another,"
And hearts are open unto God alone.
Let not the bruieed reed by us be broken—
Let no not make grief's bitter cup run eer—
ily Chnst our Lord the gentle words were spoken
Neither do I condemn thee. Sin no more."
Oh on no more. Though thine own life be holy
Sin not by scorning such as go astray ;
Hatlearn of Him—whose heart was meek and
And lead the wanderer back to virtue's way.
iface bent over her book; of contents]
That° my soul 7 the herb became a teacher
She saw not a word—with the forward fall Orli
Ai itssweet incense mingled with my prnYtarr i her light,
half shading her shy, ten-t ;
And long I Es:4:l) . d to the gentle teacher, , 1
I der, soft blue eyes --with the tremulotts plari
Even till the night &Ts gather'd in my hair. I
1 of her parted, lips and the vivid ...ft:Shins efl
And 1 maid profit by the sweet herb's lesson—
d. I her fair rounded cheek. Shew dressed with , :
nab:tees en humhly, and so tinar the groan , I _
Returning every injury with a blessing, d l c ' "
Medd cg rich and healing iragranee roan .-1 delicate blue we see in the sky--- % "th flowing'
sleeves, half revcalinz arms of fail t ens sym- .
i ry. H neck er white was uncovered, and;;
• The Fops Master Spirits. I me 4 .
Happening to cost my eves over the por- lin place of a brooch, she wore
l a; her i bosont m :
nits in a *alien- afpaimirms, I remarked that? harieli of pale blue, rases. 0. , r,„li,.
they were so arranged as to-give four person- 1 beating heart reeked them; and shookout their
• ' , es-Alexander, Hannibal, Cmsar, and Bona- 1 , perfumes! how eloquently, how 'Willer Im.e
r. , '-the most conspicuous places. I had ; spoke- in the rise and fall of those roie-bads,
,een the saute before ; but never- did a similar I and bathed in the fn. granee they exhaled! ]
~ a in of reflections arise in Env Imsom,as when I - There is squid: step in the hall WithOut-7:-
, y mind tolki hastily glanced over their sever . the door is flunk open! Let us look an with
• 1 histories.
i Fanny at hint who stands on the threshold...
er hriving climbed the dizzy_heights I
...kfigure of medium heig,lit, man yye e
!ambitio n . and with his temples bound with-I
, delicate than robust-a lace intellectually
'aapiets dipped in the blood of countless na- handsome, though exceedingly fresh anii,iforith
'ons, looked donna upon a conquered world, l
i fal--the full red lips all , smiles, the large
td wept that there was' nut another to con-1 broin eyes all tenderriesS 7 a deep flush on
:nor-set a city en tire, and died in ii dis g race- I the slightly browned cheek-the - dark early
ulscen e of debauch. -
; hair somewhat disordered - and blown shoat the
Hannibal, after having, to the nstonishment 1 broad In ow by 'the fresh night Wind; So - stood
d consternation of Rome, passed the Alps, 4
i Henry Lester; but only for an instant stood,
after having pat to flight the armies • of„this '
I blinded by ihO'light--then Stepped joyfully
mistre ss o f th e treim,e, and. stripped three } .forward:-_ Fanny rose, half fond, half fearful,
.thels of gold rings from the fingers of her. the passion of the - woman at strife 'with the
; aghtered knights, and made her very foun- I shyness of the Child, _ to meet' his glad' etti
, yness,, :. , , . _
' one quake-returned to his country, to be I brace. . ' -' ''
dried, to be driven into exile, rind to die at . "You are late to-night, dehreat," she said
e. by poison admiaistered by his own hand, an inquiring tone. ?
mooted and unwe ' '
, . i
Cesar ... . '.
pt, in a,foreign clime. I 'a kes; my groomsman, Charles:Mason, came
~ after having taken eight hundred t
i to-night . Iliad not ' seen - him for ;nearly a
' el, and dyed his garments ins the blond of i y ear; mad so we had many thingi to talk about
fellow men -after hating pursued to death I
t I never liked the fellow . so, swell.- Indeed, I
-mdi rival he had on earth-was assassi
; believe 1 love all - my friends the. better-for
ed by those he considered his nearest
ends and at the, ve 1 loving youso truly, .Fanny: like : Juliet, 'the
rwaint in which he had i morel give, the more I hairs to give.'" ",,,
0 '.4 the highest object of his ambition. I- “
4)nac'te'wheseuaadates ki agsaiul Priests ' „s ce h, dear Henry; is the
„infinite, diiine na
ture of love. Did yeixfind the eVoiling Pleas"
• yed, after having filled the earth - with the ant I" • •.' - '
•n')r of his after h • Glorious ,i, '.* 'b th soft and
name r -a .r avaig deluged Eu- u :, he air was
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.pe with tears Mid blood, and clothed the - -rige ra ti ng .; the starlight 'is tarY• Pure' and;
oridiorar.kelothl-elosed his days in lonely th ere i s _ a trifle of a ;moon, yotr: know,- just
meat, lost exiled from the world,yet enough tii-inveir by " tih, Fentif,l never was
ire he co ed - sometimes sec his country's
er Warin i. sohappy.as to-night 1 . -:-- - . MY heart , •was -6 9
g over the deep which would heart of a child, brim Ming and bubbling over
4or could not, bring him aid. •
with happiness.. - I sung in riding the 1
Ti/US those four men, who, from the peon- , dark piim*OodiSome Wild tang, 2 4 ?' know_
'iltnation of their portraits,seemed to stand I not what words-4ittle besides your _ name, 11
t r l qtresentatives of all those who m the world I belieiettooli off mr--eleP; and
.. -leil4 *. l v.. in . a _,... 8 1
:pug-Aose four who made the milli I frolie as they would with niihnif;. feel now 1
ore to is ce nte-severally died -sa e hY I Fanny; an d ,see how.dainp it iswith dew",; I
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#aion the second h v eif,;a n 'L e th ir d . i - ' -•- • ' - among'th
lati . • -. 8 ----.*."
——j .. Fanny laid her hied Carelessly, e
:tn, and the last in lonely exile. :
i shining curls; then drew it shay 'sviiiiii!lilush,
no w s:r in is the greatness of this w orld li while . her lover :continued : ' . - r ... ,
h i the gift of genius, if it be .I .rean i iie d so unspeakably heppyl:....sonce-
V .114 is now living, weuldnot i t i od 8 urgin g
the denthiof the humble righteous i ---e-
' hot - thirst of My in
' Out that fAi , BOOl3Cl' tO qfienclithe . .
0 our exander, or Hannibal, ori • your presence- hull up
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- • . - and sitting ude, l, to- let the-.grent waves
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7,:' rOlt Sallosa.---The late Rowland of joy pass tweratts:r-till Leaves to the burial
" 1414 8 told that • expected heground * the hill bey kJ-the ravine- -L lid ,
all . it was onOn , . . -
I t ' l notice of some unhandsome things passed - this
A, ' l "4" been pubiiely said of hitti, said that mentoxY shadowing of iny : heart ? ,tis, a"-swift
' 4 P e tconside r it necessary to enter i n t o stream is shad Owed by Bowl/if - 40r 7iWil-
Itii i, ll ;ulion of himself; and. he added, 4 'l low 1- bat to‘.nigid, at the, fins:i •siglit'of:the
,z - lived a ,mat ropy years is the gleaming, ghastlytonib-atones;,l reeled lu my'
' ati h ave Paned through much evil re: saddle and RToazied'al°ol", _
'lgood rePort, and I AN have arrived at .- `f *t i t dear ii i llol4 ' '' i
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' ez. elesion, that no man possibly do . ".Because, love - ,
_.I. remembered. yon;•*ers;
14r11/ except myself," mortal, and not One of God's ii-witchapedsha:'
1 - 1'.11,8 PION REAL-11FR.
"Xy blood : will,. spoil that, beautiful blue lack .tke 'miraculous, - . , sustainment , .aho, had
able - inigelt nal had dreamed—that yon might first gift to me. Henry, I . wtottld • dice to tin :
• leave my love, my bosom, for one of these mar you ribautlfte blue
but that` s dress!" ~- :... • 2,... ~,.' -.' known at,first•;-4he Vision. - und the comfort if
''= low; cold, lonely bedi - ,orsleeii-and dark for- - raliegether; out' of the nnestion,7 - :. • • ' . "h, 'MY
.lover my - f rom cried ; Penny, ; brought werogone togethei. -- .- ' - •..'"
gegnin es e. Oh, gient Heaven, the agony oft ; As the lovera finelly, turned away from the " Wenld:to.Goit'llowedfrom,ay,ewa heart LI:
• di; seeing - her inelte; WeePiag,.she
-•-' - - • .."--- - . .. ---. the thought? „ he . eried,,hidirii hisface'against table iliercon,stoo4tllo ba, l o 6 x,.their eyes I Wenld to God reeuld_die, fef . yOu l .or with said, Is . it not mau l , tha n ' shrill ft;r:
Fanny Austin •stood at: the: window
wbile . i'anny'S breast„ - whileteriis,'"tearig"that,Were no, fell upon Willie, Ferules young brother who I Yon , i i °r•l c4nnOt.,-iiii,; n ot stay in' this 'dark sake father and [nether, and. cleave into hill 1
the sun W. 28 setting--arippen,Fiench window,
reproach" to his 'tnenhorid;droPped" fast up:tin' was fast asleep in a chair.
„Henry laid 'it band world r when you ere gone, Hens}?; fur ray life i - ' wife ? , Can a Wife do less- for her husband l•
Whose flowing white curtains half hid thohlen-
,theee'-itie blush ro u' eu. ' ; -, -: : -
.. • ; upon bis hand: he startednp, • and rubbing - his t is'in n Y°ur love." '' ' ' , ~---- - , . nother, God has 'wedded. inc,tliertrY ;mY
1 soidie Cleat - CS' to his; illat they cannot be
der form of the ybunggirl. She'was net look.' •
Fanny liOwOdher,beadi Wier Lim, and:;said, eyes,. said:, "I am sitting -lap so late•beialise I "MY , dearest, do not grieve sO -
ing towards the west; thou gh the sunset pa
with tender; solemnity :
_. . i : ... - . L ' Want to fetch Selim for yen; -but 'yo - t
needn't ,semetWthg tens kne , even noir, link We Shair; eeParated; "and when he calls I Must go to
great was beautiful to behold—She, was' leek= • -
"‘a. am persuaded that: neither death, Mu.. be in a hurry." ;• , • ,- ': . ' ' ," * not 'Ong be PartlidenlY be . :Pitient;_fe.ict s for "rhiiii" even irolB
,y . coil." - " ' . • -- .
ing towards the east, riot at the SheaoWY'sky, ih — er her angels; her iirincipalitits, nor Powers, - The
' ,Aftei lying; qaite Silent far Some!moinente, want you to see that M . , gliostlY shroud ii.put
putt roan laughed, - ii)Age4 his 4 ' 111 9° ! 011 ie." ' .., ' - -f.., ... •'"
- At a later period she said,'"
other, dear, I
not at the dark, forest -clowned' hills," bet far
nee - things to: come,'- - ettri watch; and told the lad lie inight-0 fo( the
away down the dusty read, with her:le-v.6V. divide ,ns now, nordestroy-our love, which is 1 horse at once. Willie darted (Oita. the stable; looking - upward; lie eielaimed, eldest in his ori ine,,bne a 'soh, White muslin diese, and fold
smiling, expectant eyet The gold and aril:: n-1 of God. Though : I perish to all the universe brought. out Selim, but had; the pleasure of . usual voice- * " - -
. '•I my bricial'eeil ab4ut: me, and put
~irl4o Tone s
son of sunset passed away, the dews -andi besidej Carr never die to yet,""
.; - - , ..i ciercising . the- beautiful animal for_ severe 1 4 ‘3lY Sirit is Pasaing'"Feeny-;-11ciWert is ,in My halr;that r.II inaylinow that 1 vial his
shades of twilight came on—and still Fanny
"But - all, Fanny," heliplied, With ' semO• minutes in the yard, befere -his•master. came ; ready, no w -all tire stirs seem 0 have ihride , and not Death's., And inolki, keep
stood at the window. A : servant etiteredand thing -of • the' fond "WayWardiesS ot a' little forth to elaini:,ft. All that tithe ,was Henry I tegetlieri 'Mid formed one great central bright- t ie rY sacred' the:blue I.4vn I wor e on 'Ant "last
lit the lamps, endow' lieNvent oat, tasked back I child,," itl go fi rst, vicild;icaigileve ter. inc Lester taking " team of his, af fi aneed---always I liCBB-•:18:world of light to - whieh jf risr I nigh • t, and n'eVer let theni Wash Henry'sblood
at - s th e fair girl with a pie:mint, linewing smile any? Would yea: ever come to ray,grve to going:bat never gone. - Ho felt in his heart a I Then, reaching iip his arins,"and winding them 'l.Out °fit, - BloSt•of all, I want to_ promise.'
then Fanny's mother came in, quietly arranged weep,iand remember hoW dearly I !Vied Yon ?" strange,:sad yearning" wild; inexpressi- I about her - neck, lie murmured, " KiSi me once ,me to plant, with our own hand, that blush
a disordered table, looked at ;her abstracted ; "Far a little . while;"'She rePlied,." not long, ble foreboding—fearful shrinking " ' f rom thO - more, my Fanny, my dear, only love; to wife I rose -tree that Henry gave me, between him
daughter silently, bat With ~ f und, prima, most ',m o m, , - • '. ' ' - - . I nod Me sothat.rho. will fall
, - nigh t:,
~,. eace e as
. , .
.. . , roses upon- us
motherly expression; and; passed from the ---- Henry : kinked up bewildered,. and" she con- iwa '
.s.... Something t ha t caused. hite to;snateh - -
AtJ 11 . 0 breathed these Words; a stream of t both." ' • : •-- -- -
' ' ' • . 'tbaued, with luivering".lip: "because, &hr.' Posey *in and again to hiss heart, as though' blood; looking so fearfully bright in . the dim 1 . Before tl e leaves of the,elintree over Han-' twilight deepened, and the stars of a est, I should so soon be lying by your side.-L some dread power, unseen, but darkly feltiwere stir-light; poured from his lips, his aims drop. ' ry. I l eater'S grave were goidened.4 the an.. l
glorious June evening came out in heaven. I AndaloW," she added; smilingly, " let us taikiiiiiiVing tog glide between then; and tHi * ped and HeurrL es t er wi'd ea d i ' tumn frosts, h i e ninny. was lying-at his aide
. . .
'Fanny steps through 'the open window into of brighter things--I never saw you in a mood dl _• - .
- - Then Fanny fell furward Upon his breast, When June came round again, the r ags -was
the piazza, and bends forward, as listening in- se melancholy and foreboding: Clonds - of airi 'Ai. hist, Fanni gently unwound his arms and tient, forth shriek after' shriek,
,eo . fearful I long and green ) and the rosotree,. grew more
tently. Surely she hears the distant gallop of kinds are sa foreignlto yorarsunshiriy nature. i from her. waist and took a step , backward.- and Piercing that every slumberer in her home 1 beautiful than
. ever there and when the eve.
I Iro de• ' '
a horse? Yes, now it - comes across the ra- over to our, house with mamma, to-day. Ile yielded her up, with a'sad. smile, but kiss- was roused, and guided ty the' voiee of her I meg winds shook . the ,bra nches," they Scatter
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i once • 'd "Good night, --.. long pent-up agony, came to
h 1 e sweet larges of leaves upon the mounds
look, iipon ta,d n _ ' . -
vine—now it-ascends the hill—now comesthe I Everything is in perfect order there, now. The ,ed her again, and sal ,
• • • "
sight of her Mita! bereavement. and swung out a tragrance"on the air sweeter.
gleam of ,white horse dashing np the road, I last I did was to arrange your books in the Fanny raised , her finger, with 's. gesture, play. P iteous.... . . .
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urged by an eager rider; and Fanny Austin little library. ' Your dear mother-says that she I fully forbidding, and said: "Remember, ' now,
In that pleasant parlor where but an ; hour than aught else, says the memory of the low,
turns quickly, and re t enters the parlor, wherel will have the, Parlors lit up and tea all ready ! you have kissed Fanny. Austin for the last before had set the betrotheds lovers - 0111re and ! era Sleeping below. - • -
she demurely seats herself at a table, and takes I for ns, - the evening! We get back froin the 1 time r. . - • '
love, in love a most blessed hope and Mast un- 1
up a book. . _ • Falls.",
hit Id•n' - . 't'
Through how many twilights 'during the "Say tho eveniag we reach hum e , Fanny! I .the door to see him off: ' She patted the i mps- one, :gasy, b ee in., dead , while!over, i
past year had Fanny waited and watched fOr want to hear' yea Speak that Word, so I may tient Salim on the neek,and whispered to him hung the pale,distracied &ice of her , Who kept
the coming of that milk-white steed! She had besure , I am, nut dreaMing of *a pleasant,'qui- to bear his master safely, very safely. , all night ber-Vvatch of speechleas, tearless, un
- ' an d - imaginable sorrow.l - - -
grown to know his gallop across the bridge et home, and a blessed little Wife of my own." . As Henry gathered Up, the . reins, was
as well as she knew the voice of his master. it w e il t h„ , hi,,,.'„,'
A r -Your hOme ar home, about starting, he said,suddenly, with seance Fanny Austin could not follow her ,lover to
Fanny's lover lived in the city, five miles awav;, 1
i i 44:, be Presided over by an ignorant Ifille'ehild at Willie---_"Gh, Fanny, a word in your ear !" the grave: After herlast, lingering leek upon
and in all seasons, and in all weathers, cam 1 wife,' a thousand removes from an angel, bu t ; Sh e drew nearer, and put- up her face-•-h - is face, as he lay in his coffin, she ;for' the
to visit his liege lady on this favorite horse, 4 in your love, indeed, bl • ed among w o men ; i lover bent, not to her ear, but to her Ilp, and first time fleeted. She was borne to her roorn
beautiful and powerful animal, Bat this wee k o - satisfied v , I so kissed Fanny Austin' once more ! Then, where she remained insensible for some hems
w are you . , .
the last time that Fanny ' , could -watch - with After iiin`g her lover's Unspoken but with a rub" , laugh and another goodnight, 1 That night, she said to herMether Whewatch
loving, anxiousness atthe eastern window for eloquentresponst„kannylanghingly resumed: Ihe dashed through the gate - and 'down the l ed at her side— ~, , .. . • ,
the comiug, of the bold, impetnenarider 7 for I.“ I fancy we shall Heri - e - a - funny,sort, at - men- 1 road. ~- • • . " Where have they laid Henry r
to-morrow they were to be married. •* ' -.
'l ' .cin—botli so Yeuag,'totaii - inexperienced, ana l Fanny - aeon ascended - to her b ut , "In the southviel earner of the grave yard,
A sweet ideal-of early womanhood was . Emil with, to say the least, such - eiceedin I mod '.she' did not retire to'rest. - Flitiffisim a shawl under.the largo olmiree,” was Or 'oly.
hp at that moment, With her love-radiatinil —• ' '
FAegtzr. Uotagavr,l wo o magmata; ggsracfgattairt asegnut. agar AteTaaag&D.
est:meani. - .1 . wish, we coat:lllre like 'the,
es on dew . and honey; or rather, as the I
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angels lire, on , love.
pure Oh, Harry , 1
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we could ' lam sumptuously every -day.' Bat, j
inlets, cue are only a poor pair of mortals, and i
4 so we must be- industrious- and - prudent, and
rub along, as we Can."- '
6' 114 Fanny dear I am not so very yonwr. -
4 - I was twenty last March, and, shall be admit-1
ted .to the bar in about two, rears. In the
• , •
, I meantime, my faller will do
-all he can for us, I I
I though he don't esteem early marriages ;very 1
l•prudent things.] -I mean to prore to him that'
' ;I= be. as stead,y,'itudions, diligent, and eCo- I
umniCal, ns any' pledding, money-easkin,g , old l
•bacheior in town. ; I shan't hear of your giving
up. any of ;year accustomed iusnries, Fanny,
or making your dainty hands hard or . unkissa--
hie with nny,sert of work; but I have already;
given riPlplay-geing . and eigars,,and I think I
some of selling &lint." - - • 1
"Never" -,Cried Fanny.: a What! -sell the';
I faithful creature which has borne you so sure-,1
ily and saliwiftly to me every - blessed gatur-;
-; day evening in the year? It would make us 1
I too I much like the reduced and - disenchanted ,
couple I have' Somewhere. read of, who killed,
and? cooked tie very iarrieideve which had;
I flown backand forth with their l - I de' " '
ore. e . ts. i
1 At this moment, a bright little lad of ten I
years opened the door, saying, a Sister Fanny,.;
4 bit band-bot• 'his come-for yon from the'
1.1 6- Oh, then, bring it in here." she replied.-1
The. lad vanished, but reappeared in a moment
I With' the hex, which, Fanny eagerly-opened, ,
and took out a dress of ',plain White silk, and ;
la rongovhite.vait of delicate Ince., ..:, --
II "This is dear papf's-gitt,"re4e, said; "."-isn't '
i it . a beautiful veil,: liiiiy r i ,--- ; , 1 - '
i ' Yea," -fie . ansvFaid, a very beaOtiful.rSVhat '
lis it made 91-7.book,mrsliut" .. '. 1
1 Fanny i smiled at his ignorance, aisnrieg him
; that it was of lace, end that of a superior qual.
• a Don't yet admire the 'dress r' she aelted,.
after dinoMent's spen . ee. '
' - +olCies; greatly; but it is not pretty as the
one you, have on., , By the . way, T think, I, am
sure,l remember that dress. - Isn't itthe very
one you had on
~.at Commenearnent, the first
time I iIaTY. you.?": - • ' . H: - ..• - ' ' ' ,
..„ 4 y . s e ," answered Fanny, With a bright blush.
;'!lt's lather old-fashioned 'tow; but thought,
I if you should happen to recollect it, you might
be pleased to have me wear it to:nigb. ll .
"Dear Fanny, how good,just iii
that ink'. -I have always thoughtthis] tist the
loielieif dress irrthe world:, the esler belongs
fi, you by_ the ~right of ,your eyes; and now I
- blink, - Of , ii,P}:',SMiy, can't you be . ' ied ia
iinsl"! :•-•-: ... - i ~' -: ' : . •-:, ,-, ~. -- "..
,Fanny Isughd outright at this; nay g,tbat
the idea was quiite absurd and:liniotiiible ::' '-..
-, ." my Ininideeili . etiiit tor kave thibilde 444 ,
. 4 04t...F9tapiete.:'- she Mid, - "for ~beiil j e - 04 _
wreath of -."range blossoms.. , IWbat think yen ,
'of this, 4.caii'r , -- • = . 1 -;' ''
. ''',. - ' f ~. -
'"'Away: *A lel! i fiiie'pliedl if theists pante.
..c Oit. **TY, and f4oticy in 'those' flow.
; ere; : Do - svarsittOeacii-it few, just: sue : rose
hada* those in pins - biiseft.l
. .T.bey are;. Al.
'anti:bite.; they Simple: anctistrett, and
they breatlal'of bottl Ititt''w,ill - "Welii , theiii,
*obit i f oi l firaii r dria. , ,-,,,,..,.:.,.,„_ , —
: , -: 6 01q giiiiiV;-,iiifthosi; too, blii - O their
ciatiOol -- ThO trii that "ttorOthem''WriefOir
. • ~
MOVITOSE PA, SHOW'S; DECEMBE
about her shoulders, she sat down by the yin
doiqand looked out . upon the night::-.Then
she spoke low to herself, in all the.unconscious
poetry of love: "How far ' the
_stars can' see
with their Clear, unveilertiyes, so high in hea
ven ! but /cannot believe that is nil vast
universe they behold a happier child of - the 1
All-Father than I." She looked downward--
she could not_ see the roses, bat_she drank, in
their fragrance, mid said :i "As the roses sweet
en all the night air, So love sweetensiife for I
for me. Oh, gracious God, I bless thee alike 1
for those far rolling worlds_whese.light is yet I
oh onr homes, and for the earth- 7 -brightnesa 1
of flewers—for life,-nad; more than- all; for
I fore." - -
1. . • ' ' -
[ As Fanny gave utterance to this solemn cc-
tacy of a religious and loving heart, she bow-
red her head upon the window-sill before . her.,;
Suddenly she started, loaned forward„and lis- i
tened eagerly. She was sure- she heard her!
!Own name called; in an imploring voice. ,It.
seemed to sound from the ravine, beyond the ;
I hill.. Once More it came—a wild, sorrowful;'
Piercing cry. It was Henry'svoice. She stole I
• down stairs, passed noiselessly'through that
e r astern window, and ran down the road. . She
I was not mistaken ; for _ a little way-beyond
1 the bridge Sam was standing, with his head,
; drooped sadly over his master, who was, lying I
lon the grasi of the road side. : • . ' ' I
l• ' As Fanny paii_ted over the bridge,.she saw;
1 that a-plank had been broken through.
• . ,
I Shellung herself down by her lover, crying,
1 4 'Henry, deareat Henry,are you much hurt T'
. He, seethed to have fainted; but he 'soon
revived, and, looking up 'exchiitned, brokenly,
"Oh, Fanny; have you come! • -blow, it will
inot'be so hard to die." - -.- • -
I"Dear -Henry", don't 'talk -- so. I - hope fion I
are nbt bidlk hurt?' ; - :I - ' • I
' - "Fanny, Tam mortally hurt. Selini; broke !
thronghthe bridge, and, threw me, cutting my 1
bead here in the tonple—then, in extricating i
!himself befell on with"-his Whole weight.
44M:wards got strength to crawl "out "of- the-'
dust on . te.thiti . grass; midl.to call you .twice;
bot,Fanny, Fanny,l know I -- am dying—ray i
!breast seems crashed in, and mylungs' , Seem 1
:piling with blood." - -'. : .
_, ..-- . •
1•„" I 4 Oh;then, let me run or shout aloud fer
" No;-dcarest,".liewhiiiPereil,"OnlY take'the
in your arme; and let . ma "die on your: bosom, under the: stars-alone `...0it4 yon; I . hnve
1 Stiettlith even tO'die. ) ,P, ;..• ,-., ...
Thea . ranni,,, bewildered, hrohen-heorted,
ibntlitrairgeli calm, raised 'Henry's bend•- s id ,
1 411 0vid,IIt ottker 'breast; :- • Those thick - earls
sher. had seen so little rtgO;sll bright With'
'dew, were nowdark and henvfi With' blood
Waling from It'se*vreia - Wound in tlie tentpli..!
011, - then.Faini Wielni longer', shy or' *444
of her tenderitelii4 - 2 - 'o6` ; ettssi . O.ntitry - hissed";
the lips; OM eyes,;thehiow; 04: Oireidil . iold:
bo t t,i l if heiraVr. slo',llwiihed :on. him q!)':
the'eadeiring names, th. , ioiri •protesfiti,ionst',
hot! difrooii,-girust!ii‘44:l44,l6o4 storkidup
hi the.iin . of oi!,:svlf.e, OFP#III I ,Ye4N-ot trial,.
norrow;thidever.4eepening affeetlett.:: :Then
she wept and•prayed,'•_and folded - th a t poor,Wounded heat:tool:3st her hreset," - •:as: - tliongh
tostanuch l the:blOod,'Whielfonlylfol4Ca' s
faster for the tyarthtli jit'itoined'oll her, bosom
AM turned 'thole pillibla*.ivip's•td, 444c44
iiii6iibii; . .illadenii',lsiiiiedifiejes,#4,4l s .
r ele4- 7. . " •
20 1 1851,
'e reply. All
the succeeding day, Fanny's grief
,was • bitter
and despairing, but , it niht
,she' • was ealmer , ,!
and earnestly - desired to be left quite alone.-1
Dirty the Mixt:morning, her mother. went toj
her chamber and '.was ,surp rised to find„herl
i ttrinnag - amen totenehormer Siff; - runt ;speak; ;
in alkiost cheerfully; but towards night she
relapsed intia't.i - Of passionate weeping, al.
i most desolate and hopeless . grieving.
i withafeep seemed to come peace, eveti , an ex
"' altation - ef spirit, Whieli endured only for-?he
!Morning hours--and so it continued thiongli.
i out the week.. TI.M - peer . child:gave her moth. I
.. a beautiful explanation :of this . mpatery.--= The use f u l and , the Beautiful,
"Every night," she said ",.my_ Hen r y . comes to - The Tomb pi -Moses is unknown; but
Me in a vision: He folds', me in his arms, Mar traveler• slakes his thirst'at the well cif Jacob.:
lays his hitud on :hi .hot, ferehead,. andlooks The , gorgeou palace of the. Wisest end the'
1 Sc) pitifully into my eyes; : - he wine', away. my wealthiest •of monarchs, with the cedar, and
tears and comforts Me, oh; so, divinely I - He.' gold, and ivory. and even the great temple of
!looks as he always did - On earth—onir yet 1 Jerusalem, hallowed by the visible glory- of
!more bearitiftd. I was b 0 proud of,his beatity i , the Deity .himself, are gime ;: but - Solomon's
!mother, that I did not . think' itpos.s Ude he i reservoirs are;as perfect as ever. ' : Of the an;
could grow more' . beautifel, even
_in 'heaven ; f meet arehiteeture 'ofllie Holy City, not onel
, but he seems so in RV dreani. He gives me I.stone is left 'upon - another; -but "the pouf- of
1 strength and jay ' to sustain me till -we meet:Bethesda commands the:pilgrim's reverence: at
I again but I arn sci - weal 4 that before
,the long I the, present day: 'The'columns of _Periepolis
day is through, it , leaves tile..' tet, he ',never m
iare.ouldering into dast;• but its ciiterni ie.,
fails le come to me, or !draw, too, to him-limainto challenge 'our admiration. - The gold.;
scarce kriowwbich. ' I seeid in a:state like' en house of Nerd -is a : mass. of rains; but I
I that of ilie,Apostio, when he.knew: oat whetlp-iA.o
.ua. Claudia still ',pours into Rome.its limpid
ler lui, - wa.s in bodi,nr.OUt;_ i, nnly, know - I ant stream. 'The ;temple of :the sun at Tamer,
With'kinr, and content.” . • - '. . I in_ the wilderness has fallen ; but its fountain
I , A strange rumor spread - through.the
„neigh- I sparkles,asfreshlym his rays as.whta : thou
borlimid;and finally reached the family of Fan-,;mands of worshippers thronged its lofty cello-'
ny, that seine belated - travellers, had seen, in I wide& - :It May be that London willshare' thel
the • midst of -the , : night, a , shape of shining I fate of Babylon, and.nothing be left 'to mark '
white, gliding, about the grave of Henry 'Ls - s - :..lits.site, save .mounds of drumblingbriek-werk.
.. ter. . Il l iit no one among his friends' was so su-: Tim Thomes..will continue t o fli4 , as it :doe s
I perstitiousas to heed-the story. - - . - ' , now. And if any work of art Should still rise
On gaturday night just one week. from the l over An deep,oceen of time, ire 'mar ;yell be-1
I time of the heart-breaking - tragedy,
.Fanny's ; licve . that it,mill. lie neither a palace noi a i
I father, Who was a physic i an, was riding home-,] temple, but some , vast aqueduct or reservoir; ,
I ward some - ime' atter tWelie, and as he, iyasl and if any name.Shoulchstill flash , through the'
I p a ssing the grave-yard k in sight of his house, ',mist of aatiquitY, It .will probably be i' that of
I, he was Istaitlectto observe some white object; the man who imfds r : ,daysought - the happiness
lat the . draie of young I .'!r."Dr.:*tistiii was i lot his fellow -men, rather their - glory, and
In truly !:rrave man, and, after a moment-of in- 'linked . hitimame -to',. :some great - it'd& - of * no
decisiOni he dismounted and:Cntered,,thelOrm. 1 national utiJityand benevolence: , thie is' the
ly birial.ilace The appearance nt.tlm grave i true glory which' atlives nil .othera; and Will
grew more and' Mora - dititinet, as he drew soft-Ishine, with undiminished' lustre front' 'genera- '
linear. ItwaS„trlnnuan form,prone upon the 1 tion.tngeneration ; imparting - to4vtirki seine
,-.! .. I thing of' its omirarportOlity,and in Borne de
- 4 ;One oment MOre„ he had .i .. rich0..C1i ,.,•,
#P ° t . ; 1, gee_ rescuing thOto front the iniu , Which Over-
rind found "friti,:own . - danghier `F r einnY, in her 1 takesA° -ordinary ;Inorinirients - -of historical '
- bildal - iliCiii;lying beside, he 'grave' Of ber'leV.; !.tradition 'or' mere :iriagnikeerteo,--;.Edratinig
dr , 'and - obe.arMithr'«hvii ol'Frit- • Sh.Clkedl4 OcKW,,
'planned', beyendmeasurrei - he . called, her name; _ 1 -
laYing - firihinit: no 4er.,ozoiLlint elie 'did not
rise, erliMove,,,-.; Whon..looking- atom , _elosKy,
in her thee-he-saw. that she . asp stoopirig. the,
,etrano,mooderlntaleop Of the tioinnanthulirit.' /
litr'raised her gently hi - his Mins, 'end 'Wail
aboutito'-bear her; hOmeivend, wir'eti she'at - Fillt.li
Ito comP'ete' 'eotreeioneeeek . -:'',...: '•-. '
looking `iiiiiiti #464.: ' ' '-'-: . . „:° ~; •., _ ~,
":' "Ai teiiderli - aa3in4itle; her "I"apitotiCir
a4i `iiiifr )l opip
_Oh f, , i;44. !i:l l .i!:filtri4; her'
iiii4 ? Sh e treilt nod, siennied mu* agitated,
but be g ged that olleinight,goipietly ,to'' her
clio_loorovithout iistnrbiagr lafialoillori 7 ,4l;').. ,
;FrOnk that ' night, litre, - Aistfe ,eleraie rti.
maimed with her daughter, wetiliingnid'ao , ,,al:. l ,
614 her-ivbetterefilie ioetiriiiiir elieN',pot'
'on her tridaildreirii - Wpfepilia ii.'rifeill'eirt, '
tOhee-goiii4iTrity,st: M it,-*dirie4teir'irui;
iilviaii 'inlet ;lei, r tioin iligiiiiiie;Faiiii 841 4 -
in body acid artriti. "She seenidd to' utterly
'Often has my; mind dwelt :long and deepli,
on Pose dreamS Which Were yet no dreams_'
these sweet exalted visions,:those ' trances of
loveand sorre*, which drew that tender and
delicate girVarrayed in her bridal 4Fess,; night
after night, to the lonely grave of her betreth-
I ed. - Oh, beautiful, 'adora - ble mystery *flora
Land - Sorrow!l3l,gia . ve.: - . where :iras here thy
!aletery? r'ph; mortality, 'Where - the might , of
I thy prison walls ;r 'As of old, an - onget,came .
in the night,',andled forth the' Pt - leerier: ' '
' ' There is,.there iiii,4l wondrous, hidden life
I within ne all, deeper 'and, truer titan .. chat- of
which-we haveruieverpday understanding:ln&
eonseiousneis=nlife triumphant "over deatlt
and pain and sorickvallAhe trneurnffil:condi
.tions Oteer mortal being. r_ , '' When they who
loved, the maidenWeuld: have feared" her :Suf . -,
terin fromeri-the pightairkness and cold, 'with '
iii 6 greiseiPhYSlcal senses Scaled,..ahe 'Walked '
inliitiit—to t 4l4l .cntuvehiliedliiie_tiott_ :alts ,
the bairn of celestial day. When' thfk . 'Chin 1
'dews.descended tipon her delieatifinree r she
'was shielded,. fUlded obetit'bi the arms of !nu'
!portal - teinleineiier; when • her soft tiheek lay:
against the hard graveground, she 'she Wes - hiding'
her ro.pt, contented face in boson:I:of her
love: . ''• ' I - '
Tann Viroattat.-4f, the
WPman'ls• Rights P'Th'ent'Tn "Akro,n, 04101
rsomii thhigs, apd som e son' -
elbrCelaw:AV YP u6 g l 'adisP°ki#iPtlOW§:''
r"Poi her'iawti part; shd hared time, judivict.'
tinny 4nd colicctteety , better• Ma tt woman, and:
s v 'th t: e t i; ,Jibe.; h e was siire, did ; p
c. : -:i. t 44. 11 r -
.? : J YV J:g•-° :01 9 r 41-In.
n e'w 1417:,:'. t n : : r
~., ,ak be. At-thing About ggir) is cheerfulpes*.
I We, 441 We hoWlilddirrlierchealca;ln'y be,
ptibv. yolveAtlipr.lips , ir•-shof weir" a stiowl
eY9', liar friemb-will cdusidevlet ill•tolikibi,
3 v4iiithQ young/Ad/mho illothitma liar: clixit;
!•g0n94 6 ; , vilh'oltuiled i %iviir be ,, •rtiosldered'%ii,
I , l4 9AP4lgtihpligh tier- voinapktifini' it* 1)6
WirB4 ogngli to-grate nittcooki 411.' MC 04 . 4
f41,4./4 to th e :454sotisoitod =taro tiiiiii
lovely: Girls, t.103k of this.
There is oas errorin regita- to heidtk,
core no) jrk all ranks life& that isPedal Pent
eliotaa Jm s taken• lo sjoYent young eign from I
in - curing its raischlecs:, mood every tnai
has hie own-pciiiidulgence. This he defends.
by saying that however Injurious _it may•bei,
to others it is horadess to himself; and hem
fers to his past expericnee.to jciititthiafatant
indulgence ; farming that he has tried itfor
years, he knows that it ban bow tmloxiotus,
and will therefore persist.
Now this re t esen;ng in zdnety-ninecaaes iA
a hundrea, is the shallowest of kilkoies;
the first place, a rann can - never know bow
well he 'would litid be en, but, for the 'indul.
genia, defends. Ho 'meta and must neo.,
et,saril; want, as an object of comparisoit,- and
ago ground for his inference, that other Belt,
which but fur the indulgence, he would have
In the next-place, and princifelly, every welt
constituted person is endowed With a Castitind
Of health atid-strength, at his birth ;'and Wilds •
has not been . impaired by the, ignorance or
ly of hid natitralgeardiant, he brings it
him upen the sisai of lite. This fiind of nat.
oral, inborn health end 'yigot may be ,inoreas,
ad or kept at par, or . squandered. ' The ease •
may •le liiiened• to deposit ilia lank of
hundred thousand dollats young num% '
benefiti He May makea drafttipon it office
thousand' dollars"ti-year, and may 'iepeatlia
draft annually, for twenty years; and teoduse
the draft' is alicaysonswered, the drawer may
say, " I know thisnypenditure doestiot impair
my fortune-4ny -ere continnes as , good as
ever, and tile last time my check was preient.
ed, promptly:honored." -True. Bat
the Self same net no cited to piece the
Ithustlessness of the funds is the fury act that '
dreW the last cent of-the deposit, and balano.
ed the account. -It isfarte when theta
remote uses up the premiseti
seems stand stronger wild it, stands oti
'nothing.;.".lryt such is theeigument in defence
of every indulgence and:every • exposure, that
militates against OP 14wo ofhaalth....lie who
draWs ufron a supply that isinot infinite; - will
sooner ot• ;latter reach_the'bottoni_ Let this be
received as an
,asiern, , that no law oVhealth
any morn thairalavref conscience, can' aver
be broken 'wilt iinpunitY., 'To affirm that Ai&
violation' of O law of health' will not be follgw.
ed eeriesponding'injoiy; hi AS, philosa
Ph ICII Y.S I ; BI irea . ' AS to 47 'there_AUAY.Lbi-ar...::
,a 0 'i s elffef•-•
A young man_ in the city, and:in, some aro.,
- cations in the country alto, who.-has only a.
limited stiimuil for •the supply of all his wants
it timely tempted to indulge- himielf difiChat -
meets the public eye, and:. - e scrimp- hinult,
tin needs ef u More private tharaiter.-"Amin.
healthy isleepiniceoni maybe enitriredilthet a.
showy dresi may be disPlaYed. A mitt 'of
periurioni !icing:lathe penalty of an expeniivis •
entertainment. 'A, clay
,of indiscreet nuil L pay ,
haps larlokui pleaSnre alsorbs what would
has sufficed to spread comfort ocerWeeke:—.
In former daYs, ender theldespetism of a ens.
is cruel it was , ridlculPue, a Yount- mem
ssith it few, spare dollarklirhis pocket, 'wits _
expected to upeod thein in the sensual
arcs ofa Wine bibbing' entertainment; fasten&
otAPendii4 them tor thiiood-llke joy of itim. •
coringflist amstress, of reclaimin g front guilt, or -of:-
rescuing innocence- irowlperclition.-4forati
rnaticOraxneared vialtiai '
hiLdjipiti‘ared to be . Well plaan.d.- Ono eve.
in ha I, .atted,gaito hdeiwkioh th e•girt to
intjuireyvheroife had boea.-.:
_been to 14-cirk t4ight."- - "
- .)o you work fora lir - bier Inquired the
o .Certainly,". replit4 . the fonee twin "_I nait
="11y brothordoein't work; and I'dialiko the
name or mechanic," and aher.tarnod DP ; tier .
kitty - - •
That was tie last time he visited the young
woruna, is yealthy man, and: has.
one-ofiiinxbeat of - women for his wife. - The
young lady ; who; - disliked the name of 'a Ine.-
chunk iff now the - wife of a miserable - fool=s_
regular vagrant ab s oot grcipshope; - and - ,she;ii
poor miserable girl, is Obliged to take r itinits:
ing in, .order snp r herselfand
Yon whedisiiko'n-the--naint.et..a, I:olChilitti;
ilioii.fit:4l66! de - nettling - hitt loafanddress,
hewer° how. you. -treat ',Young mew who-:work
for. a -living.: Tee:hotter
,disflid thel well4ed
_pauper; with Lis ring*, fewilryiiind - brazeit _
pomposity, , ‘And tei yo , r''afl'eetiopi ;fib`
dente: r Thivesinds hare bitterly
thelr'foq,*ho',hatitftnrnedi their, baok4- OP
liance l liCA: s tinght-theM, severe lei/O,P.C-S
this country'.:A.-tuatt Jar wainan should -AO bis
rispeoted; in' ourthinking,' ',Wm . w ould "_ not;
work ,bOdilyrsr mentillyinalthc) . our!' their
Ilps =iviihisconi;whenirdrod4id '16":41,
1 40 r - oft Vio
torks =Me tO tho trait, et.prosiot ‘444
to her from . Jerusalem, of :an j C i dive troli4r
Iv! , : i c e ll i : 4):1- 2:AckliT4T 11. 1 In
in s sMi.- 1 . 1 1 *404 ii-Al44l.ltrustaittoitha
ggdnive,-,i_004143 'week , Itk which. her_lll4444ty
wee anwied; tie Brintnt Mercury 404 W-that
,an the day 40 Oa- corol ig i ta n s lll i l l 41441* •
pit; fonh , , iivass tio4ditts. - L rtso , #4O 104
dent, it is,thougiitihst thi -64e evitrib" of:* _•
rid will biigithere4,o3 . ll o Watiidißc
who are iou theologleil and more gefia4To .
cd, infer that she 01 4AYO - tvhire chUdro.