Erie weekly observer. (Erie [Pa.]) 1853-1859, July 23, 1853, Image 1

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    DUBLIN & SLa.kN, PUBLISHERS.
VOLUME 24.
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BUS
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T. D. EDIVARDS.
•‘D cot xceiLon at Law. Warr.n l'a. pp.
T,.....i.14,1.4ti,111e5s and culleeqoui ropeeivejiroaspt
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tr. - 2. or rut: Pr t.. 0. (dee in n illirrn a 111. wk we/ma
r. Lotrvinv i;r.t d.or weft IVright%
..,,hangs
-ii It. IVALKER k co.,
pr,ld re and Commission MereitntA, fourth
1144 wtzt of tne Public Bridge, Erie Pa.
....,,_ll,sr•n• in Cval, Salt, Platter, Stuv.o, Lime
• i !.Me bone. Iron, Nails. Stove?, Castings, te., with
, „ui7•ass,.:kl facilities folioldtipping either by steamboats,
1.,.1,:ier2: School:ten, or Ly RailromL
aIEEP.•
- CARSON GRAIIAM,
:ever A D 4 : 4I— YSELLZR AT LAW; Office ,U French Si.,
Eau rorner of the Park, Erie.. 1 •
T. It. 3100W77 -----
in 4. r-e,•rir^. Provision., Wines. Liquors. Candies,
, S One door below booth & etewatt's Statu-:t.
V I CENT, 111NIROD
771 , :TVRElls of €:COV.33, ..1.1421110W Ware, FAISIMer, Xs&
Itaarvad Cars, eta; State St., Erie
AL ;- STITS ,
Or THE I 11:14 nr C. ooli(s 0.)
r (,•4•10, Watehe., J n eiry, Silvt r Spam,. Mail
: la , •-•traent.,. Cla-te : s, Lamp, aral limey
!:. nhulcruic rnrd nu.
if: JARECKI.
weFt • Me of State Street, Erie, l'a
1.. N. TIBIIALS & CO.
iLATL w• rnr FIER Or WALKER k tttn
ping :Nlerehatb, tuol
ate' Vine, illugLr..l,7e),
I) pa. cur.:*
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lE4 Soniouary, p,p•
liwic o :Zetrepapip, 1l tour,
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in Fancy ri. I tttple Dry
r. 4 -1 C, oppanze
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1,11)DEIL, CO.
1 - r1c:r:11:s cf Iron ,I'..2nce, Itailitip Steam
az Lt 3, T:re Proof Ziuttcn, oaf:LULL-1s cf
:-7.1 Fancy esltingz, etv : , (..ace to 0t.1.r. ,
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:'• .1. , it% tack IGors north of Eicia. pt U.llll. I
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Ix S. 4LE a 4,1 Cet3;ldolalers in Dry Goaas, 177 rrct, nr.,l
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11ilior7 a id
L 0. 4 dor, espA, zeforx .
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an 1, - -. 0•,1, Boat 4,-Ve , N,,f., ii , , a 14 - o, n n ut
•.• Far- .;, any of
Niver—Tll:l:. , t4 Gortlon--1. tell you never
vcr fg-,-2ive a lain who, doulated me
" And. Adeiiiitle. I.:ud%ley'u dat-le eyes
and her lip curled haughtily: \--
I.lrttr not be tog 'hien, - •
Thema Gordon.
/ great many things 1
tt d to heroeytho i
utd never ,
--fa r Kate Warreu—t ) .
Dit. C. 1:111.1.NDE.-2, tl.ti e Liddsley, "and'
, !T tvrl Sync,iosr t
athis .
Eltlati.""-
Treet:.lnd.lll3KPa.• t t shall
! not iu:irry fir the trorld--nA I
ilu . 'r• et.tirtllv takt.. it fUr grantetl that, ph,.
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th.• ' • .- • - .
walsoni... „ tor an r•ficr. onn't roniwiii)vi
haibrie trai shwa ing h;:t
thiti iildtwe. la r to niarr3 a widower—
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: , : = l c Ltv —f -Pffi ^, . ^ ^lr 'r ,-: L ' ;:r.. -. ....n.4 Fif :la unit what Was the result ' IVlty i:he married a
•' • ' i'''''.. - S ' • •-• ItA 4. 1 ••,.. ." I. ' , lv il l ' mat . l Who Lad lost two a iv,-...: and had six chit-.
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-- - - , - dry! . 1 And there man ::.usaW Leonard—?he
1,1 kt_t- 11.1...E10, %70 lalnever b.t the wife , of any ether than a tall
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:, ~1„ Al.„l_ . v,.... I.
~ ~,,a ~., i :\.,.„ dig iged man, considerably ',titer than. bier:self.
I ,ttw l iter 1.1:41 week in company wi:11- her hu
t' 1 i:V,"11,1., ,v 111.N.N1•1T,. , , bawl. lie is just shout a , tali - .•s 3Ott are, Ade
.n„, ! ..... iii 1,, „I, ~ i., 1 4 , A • ~..1-. 1:,, laidc, pill look-, full fire year, 3 wager than her
, , :::. (2,...• . vore. C:.rpaii/.. , . lissr.i wow.' 1...0..
-,, 1f . ; it li'ju, .;,, almost always; and ,a, Cie
..: ~,:,;LL- , . ‘ ;'::-..4.1- ; i' , ',...7:,„: ;..,.- ';". ''"-i- .3cm, t-is - , I aspect you willthi forgi‘e not only.
, ‘... -. 1.: ,- 1101. . - . 5 ....cit• .1 ' 62.-. 4 1.. - :n.f . 411;1 a ',4eVeli tittle,' but ',....e - ctity times Seven.'
_rs...•ar ..1 :-,1 , :! , a.,1 Cniria,... , TisoitliiieZ. 4.y. , ,,,t are Very nat. It Illiitidiell girl 4 , \ bnth
-.. :IF.:vis•s , miTll, of you," is the reply; '1 1. ‘lieNn, 1/know
• .....r. ,. ;‘ .. .1 - _,..11 . a...: 1 ,..ta... P.....,.... alai 1..:7••!.. f r in) toriu heart quite as well - as 3on can- p..,,isibl3s
r I 2 -. ' ,, x ,,,, ,,,. t-u.t ,,, .: - ;sl "*.c ' know it.. 1 e...uld . fors•ive :., ”rt.at many unkind
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I. ~i litt_;}; It. CUTLER, '-- awl I.i.sty words,, furl know lam passionate aud
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Irritable myself, and might •o lien- dew - rve to re
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p, .:, - ..:: ~1,..1 :., u :.,, ' t ,,,,,,. , ~„.i , h ,. I . ( 11 e ;hell. Ido not kur,c; but [ might—l re
" _...... 111 • tilirk. I could—forgi..c inconstancy, if it did
.14):.,1..i11 1 . 1.11,i...n1t1,* not lai t t .., ?roe ; but I. could m.o. I would not
• • . ..., ...lac- ..a :4-it:l .;:"... aa '0.... Puldic t•-titi4uy to I .Ik. one who dared to (Malik me.".. .
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• Vim are a queer gill, Adelaide," said Ther
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vi,'Oinet . :_mie4 J hardly 1:......w wltat to Duke of
1 i-11. " FAH: s '''''‘ ' .1 ,. 1 " . ..." . "‘ 1 ,' 1 ' , von. 1 What if ti,orge Tilden were here .''
k . :41 , till,: 10. ,dell- • ...
" 11: tt . AVOUId wit. alter the case; I slioula say
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. .• L. , ...'t E.,-, lea- "13).., nay dear hiitcr," asked Kate, "ecithlyou
1 ,-.., , 5, - Expiti.::, .. s - co 311 1,_,- . ---.- N -\:------ trtist r t.,' itailtlieitly? y - ou love lieeege -1' den
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~,,,..,. ' and aspect to marry ham, hut'. 1 think
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It ._ ~t,...„ .t. .t. . -aatic 3 Lii;lit a rise that t.ottld lead you to doubt
- . . -:: o ' l . •L• P• .*•• 1:,:13 t 'tali.' .
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•!" 0 Kate. I wmtial not beii.ne that ,he was
I•:. l .tiZt , E .t. - 3111111'1)4, fa ,• 'to in unlers-his own iipl pleaal guilty to
a , , ~ T:tl , 1r si ~!. J. HI ,n . A. I 4 )... I ). di . .. a ltarLe : and. tkutand equalceulidt.nee I om
1,..1 i •.1.11.,1 , --:..st !den t , a,•• tli,- . 1.. o• 1.. 1.4 .... . ~ 4-- - c-•
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I. ROZENSWEIti A: l'o. , ..11ut s.otac ia-tople are .mtitrally more' sus -
• a-. 1• ttrytta to..a.t.as. in 1 - ..1 , ia-ri ab•l'l/ma,...- C:ati , : - UkCPM 11/61Lit'd 104. V jealous tha othe-r. ,
,: ,-. • ; 2 .- m..t.- ,I•thar , ,..-.1'0.4-,aio •-; .... -.„t , . e..auld ,•-ott not make nikawanee fOr that " ll
•:' - i.i., la. ro ts, .e , r,', I. I;ei.l _ 2_ • •• I don't, think l tltat ought to make any disef
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.:IA.I: ,[ II.ILI_. A:. VlNt'tiNT, t:ite... I ie..rge Tilden ktriwo that I love hint ;-1-
''-'''"' ' "I' '" 91 " .1 " r iu"' i u'Y / 1411 he iI F ; ita a 3.41 the emleseildi Intl» Ille-)10t g... 141-,
.. 1.10...- rn.tligivq..ry . . 'At: c. L'..:-; 4.
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. s.) lightly Unit Ito.
:4 l' i', 11. \ Y NV II Al, LO N, ttiglit hejuStitied in thinking that 1 tvas won by
• t , r.,r:: 4.1 ton a r LAN -'tell' , .-r MI- ' ,
Pcotrunet ~,,,,. ~,,,,,,I . wo y, o f ~,,1 , ....t wti , the l ove 1110. t- thlaa by the iciaer, and that•the
t.:.1.t !hair of elr , quent Ilya that- e1.1t..e might 'woo
.. t 'Lllll,‘F,,s . :,F ; , IT-cff ; ;, ---- • - hi t" ti tik.; VOIlltr.•1011-4 , 11L :. II .-iv and
awry 17.•••1•, 1.1,7 ti,-..,... • ; : .., er,),..icl:-, liaiJ- th 3 zi glirtru Pa N . And 13,w.1ie ha, no tight to dis
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G r'"""' L''' l "r". Q" . " 1-.. " -v • - I ' , tol be prtlaarett liar ctuergcuties, Atha." •
. ~ \ - ,,,,1 , Ate.. 121, I'hea , ...i. le, 1:r.;., P - .•
, •1 - I.ti Lli ' Mk I ant out) - jokimt, bate, but I am
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: 67,vW1.17iff.i::: - . -77-7 7 - 41 -, ,t,7 Cai 'Wit. • th en I thoold tell hint that
11Th„!. ale 1)..-31Pr• hi Grekc ,, ll... Al. mc•-,, , „,-, ,
- - '4.0 for...ii. 4 f rii i ( .,N u t. it,.., , ! ,„ , I l i a Heart wa4 at his own disposal again, :mat t h at
. 1......:•e>, i'a- i ,„,...a a ea; ao,J tit, ia.arat.sh he had better plan% it-,in the keeping ef.a..newl io n t
f, ~ -..‘rs- •1- , ..,riptz.al id....,•1 cat Lai .1., 1:•. , L. : , [Dahl trite,.'.' .
1 ,,,,,;,.. ~., ~....,,,, . c.pitette th,e..a.',.•.\• •_, It - - • ' •-- • . 1 ' •
The group to nlinee conve.satiou we urge Jittt
been li , steuittg. *would, together with, the , ' : ur
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ta rounding& la.,ve firimitl 3.lfile Stwiv for itit-goritt.
Only tine of the three ~ ,it Is--for Kato It tarren
- :title - nigh Ow had, iu the short ijjll.2; t , l R't't n
. ' unatli:;, n - oril I.•dil 11. 4 . hiid. l l %Y.rtit 11 ::12 , 1 the
v..,:i •.. • -.lii, had ha-...1iy p. . •••t tho at„-e.O ,fil-l
lia..aal--wa= the . i..,5.Qe ,. ....r of na-i•.: than' t rt•ii..iy
heaut). , yet na, they hal there upon tut - ..!os•v
. l••nk, je ,t 'within the shadow of t..ao.aa tall, ,!a t i;
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JOl,i.N 11. lit 'I1T( /N & (.0 . piiki,, it v. , .ui , 1 have faecal difileult-to find a I.ret
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lt - itLi N s: SLONN, .
t,ml if so, do yon ttattrants.-taiber t...aixt , I's 11,11, and
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Yrieltr't 3l4:...”-• l..a..tie. ~ ..- ,•• ”..,,•_
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the httle graa.:o up-ct the Lill-titie, st•,..rco mid
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-• ...or Mott]. Vitt Pa. Vay to.tho summit, end tlet . titly, I,rer,,n 1, ,u se
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.7,,i.,.-7,,, M. oitApo7. RE ,.....,,,,, Di i,..,,,_ _ (... . t i - { 4 - ir , ' that
_nestled amid the trees : 1.)., .i ,, ..ui r. , ,t re
,,.,.` 1 •re Lompire Block„carner c. , l' zsate?zd 1 .c.b ntemL.er the green bank, that you '.h,;.,41,1 had
-ill- ' '•-•,!,-.', ,t i : .fait:. l' , ls'c' r' , "• - •".'-' l ' , 1 •". 1 bur-.lv bean b - fairy lianas f..tatt J.' t.'l
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...____________ -- er 6 restin•i-iditee : You (linnet have, - ftir t .f.o it u
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1/1;-. G. L.tElAI.lllll', - ; how quietly the irregular and yet pleasant i,l.
R.,.....leatiett•:, , t: tAmee and .•,:hrr. on lag . ° lay beneath your feet, 14 ail 113 11UL2‘;',1'..11.4
. ..!'"l.: t_t_ lb 1 , 111 fz.inth Pito of the , Pti a bt.te ., ,.z.oinr . ., 1 ; 11.•••r bpues rising front 'church and school - house and
i. d3g 3 • rt.% tit- !
academy and college ! And how the creek,
t'' I , n t., la i'',...itt,4frtohme Erie
ga t.37u ll ent l ie... l r;t. t ,morn
'''' f'''''l 'la , l'!“.!!••13. and rertora..l tokralth a1..1 itrw- i windiug along between green meadows soil rich
• ••• 1 4 - t• Ill clet ,, t .rah trot/wiser:L.:m.l D-tnitire rd rstures, on through the eedar•grore' and down
• ~.,,,e 1.1,m of pelitmi d.doarnese. All work warrantad. '.
- __. - -- . ._ y the paper 111111, Looked so like a thread of sil
Attention Partners! , , i 7 Ter? And low you pied fak.off into 'the west,
VE Late on hand tke bort kind of Mr/ Rt:;riwitril ' until your eyes were weary,. because you. had
7 ~ , fk Cuiticatem Call aad Imo theta.
' 4:4 . 64K 4 IgicARTER , i i beent Old that, on a clear day, the beautiful
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prbLvety what I Pay pow. twawwlin wiFhea
tuirali me hi:, wife must trust the with a perfeet
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Trui Prat:dont awl I ltow tO Gala It. •
ai etIAIILEII gAVICAY.
tYe want
n 6 tn. no -tackling hit,
for Liberty to fght;
1r.....-wft:a4 no t.,!..u..0 of ainrklurons
. L'. !tra ;Ile for the right.
Oar spear! and mord, are printed woraa,
'rho mind onr bat,tler plain; -
IVera won math riot:ldea Lake%
And 30 we shale a2;ain.
lora TO triumphs sprang a. force—
They Stain her brigtoteat maze;
'Tit not in hlc.ql that Liberty
lwerib.is her civil laws
L-ho writes them on. the peoples b art.
.1)2 'magmas" eken:r and Olin;
Ten* thlugtaa hart roared the, world lieforo, '
And to they shall again..
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WO .Tlel4l 4,43 modern MUII!LLIGT. t• •
of freedom's cause suldims; •
th- ery,"Frat3raity!"
We krep iio tanreh of Titan.
Ana yet we grasp so spike nor spear,
Our Tieteries to oAtain; • ll
We're wan withont their 44h:fore, ,
Ant so we shalt &pia. • -
WA watt no aid of ter.
To shot: a front of wrong
hnvel eltith.l in Ttutb,
111;.te .16rable en 3 !Van,.
11 . ..:!..: :J.." It, gr:ac th'. :: : ::i. , , uuttlacLiog faith;
ilext serer ettir'n is 1c..; .
7:ley': , W6l our loite39 . taeuy • time,
.4.11.1 co they then sr,aixt.
Pcxeepro.ver...knowk.l3e, brotherhood—
The i.soorant mey.eneer,
The bad deny; brit we re:y.
To iea their tr:opiph rctor.
.) , Til,w's croon: shell loo.lorer mum,
of beethera
IVero wan withr.at each aid 2 ..3f .re,
.I.LI qe xe thall
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fHE RASH .11AB.RIAGE.
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Lihir: Tux; DRELL
Champlain was visible even at that diseince T— i, guieh of her beinee - Patent, awl he saw her as in 1 ed in wild disorder , half waves , half earls, aye,
And, then, if it was eveuiuge yon merely tee- 1 other (bye, jeinfikg Adelaide in the houeeheld 1 her nightdress, and her red litre were partedia a
member how gloriously the slut went , down—' ta l k., and Dineen nut her ..1.1; familiar citipley• smile that, if it Le' keel sweewees, wee brilliant
and how you, thought the glowing tints would I moms se eteeenk tine Ain et es ehorfitilv .;•• ef and fascinating. . •
never fade into dint .twilight--and how a yeti yore, he nearilkeeot eve ..he h 3.1 ever Ift him ‘.• Straner that be,did n -,t ley, ine," she emir.
purple and rose-eolored mist bathed the distent Theresa Golden eat *lithely in I:er tlerl, tewner mrtred; "others hare, wars t ha n k' no t h e ? an d
mountains and hung Beatty over the %alleys e— untietheeisterlelleed rang ;we or three 901/.-Seitli‘l .I/ ' would if it were not for kdelaele. Ohl I will
lam sure yon remember all this, and you can then, stealing. . y out of tit- 1111•031; FL , ' %refit . :kin him Net, and then' I eel lei ert faithful to
recall, vest now, the thousand sweet sentele It up suere. As - light of the hall temp fell up- '' Lilt, I will love him to ilievuleilly:iz to alone for
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blending harmoniously into - one', that tloatel t., toa her featu t would have seen that her ' all I l'- , '.. * '.* ' . -4 • -
your ear, mellowed and softened by the eietan tr. I flee was very
roht_ .
there wag a strenge, sansei . E!Ciinglllll/1117‘ ate lamp, she (-rept Leek to her
AO her hip were cent. ; conch spin, but there was ne pert . for her there;
as you 'lay thoughtfully upon the green turf with !a firree light i r eye,
your li pillowed (Menai head. The low hum 1 pressed fi rmer. he had n e t waited-to obtain e, l She could met silence the voice, of conscience Le
from t village benea - tit you—the clout of ii,: t tight; but gem. reetly •to her Own apartment, , etchsoehieuies ma thote"she hati been utterlu e ;
merry . hool-boys.-4 ` Le lowing of the herds-- eshe lung open 'Attie(' aryl leaned out .rth, and when the morning the tied, It liad'alumet re
the soft tinkleef tho endw-hell '—the Murmur of 1 window. Ho tly,tee nieonbearnifell :Ireland! Elam:el its swi''. Adelaide's greeting, - as they
the r-fill—the wind sighing ameng theher,and how t little White FUMMZrolklitrit, with met at the • be - eekfast-table, seemed even more
branch a °ref yonthead—ol ! there wait 114:1o. 1 i; 1 wealth of --and honeysuckle-1 . . eleauted in_' kind than usual; and duriur the day eie found
dy an. beauty all around you, and I know you ! the silvery ligh, , Hut ehe did not heel theme- herself so eteadily and pleasantly-employed, that '.
hare of forgotten them. Then 'the brilliant i , he felt as if a -Imre steraciettiee Mel she lay f she had no time to barber dangerous thoughts,— .
etelori g - fadad from the sky, and the' quiet :are there, silent a utotioeless, upon the window-; But again an-I again they returned, and eeelei
steamed forth from amid the blue, and one, a ,' mast until her Si rich curia were damp with' time bee resistance was niece feeble, till at last
very large and bright one, hang just ever the 1 ewe. T when the mute ceased, and ! —but th e progress of our story will stenciattly
brow of the mountain ; ant then the eir gr ew 1 wby ' ,
~ ad of lig ht f re late pi and the ' develop the re.ult of the struggle. -
chilly, and the sad* of the whiepeorwil fell i hunt of voices., t.tlie goup in the parlor would t
coldly on your heart, atni the light from the yid. 1, soon discover a t osepee, the teole dean the 4 .. CHAPTER IT. - • "
lege wineries looked mere cheery than the sletd. ' staircase as quiOly so see had ae-etelei it, 'end • "Alas: they had. been friends is y..nth.
oars around you, and so y e u wen led yeer trey I glided unpereeiWd to ,luir e : a t again, „hut weep ze e; teu e e.e. s e e fr e e.... trete.
homeward. Don't you remember it 1,11 ?
1 Little did .Kate IVarrea thiele te, ~let. ;nil her ' - eetreineee.
Well, it was Eliot, unlit that very talk that i head upon the pillow dig eerie, that. a earelessel. • 'olla evening, about the middle of the follow
the-three file:tole were resting, you could eremite, lv uttered, trieutlreinark of hers ther day - , wee t lee erepteuther, George Tilden eat pacing with
ly select front among the while circle of your at>. 1 to ha the means tlf blinding a (14', ilirea.L.stillt
re diming ,6% r +eine engrarluee. Iles nsually col
,a. lusty atop the- floor of Mr. l..iudsley's par.
tptlintance three fires end egures mac totally $ the web of Adelaide - a (ltet111)'• .1,,e* . , did
. .A e k,„ i tor, white .Itlelaide sat by the table, (*aimlessly
i n k e d , to
i „, le ete e, , i
tualike.- Lite e Warren and Adelaide f,iudeley 1 'aide think that edee bee
on „e e l to ' ac t . .. ! oriews. cheek' wee even peiutedls.• flueheti; her eye
we eieters, but you would horde,. hese thought 1 . words, "given teter` al a ,Liut
it. . There was a truthfulness -and a gleatu in-i But we mute geinek 111 , little. . wore en anzicets and troubled express:eon, cud
Kates sunny blue eyes, that to her friend§ was • i Some six. yeareetreviOut to the tent t; hen ou r t her hand trembled S O perceptibly, that she laid
far dearer thauleauty—they wereeliadewee new teoret mmiletene Mr. I Linleky be -received $ 1 down the picture she Lee litual from the table.
for she t..... 1 been . sorely Cried, anti the wennieel ; h
letter f,tont Mr. f0r..1.A; an early fa.. end
,of ki w i Atlength the young man. paused in his walk,
t
heart was hleeding still. But,i.r the sake of th'-,.,e ' residing at the Egaatig *ging him tentocivewnelegia udereeeed her: .
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who levee her slid struggle d with her grief, and ider his roof, feethelleXelew yea:%• t f hi only ebitd,, Adeleide, do you still persist in seen ins me
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fetilnew how deeply. it-was seated.. Kate was i Theresa, and hits, rard, e.i'eorge Tildi ta. an explanatioae'
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not beautifuhl—l do not know that von would h aw 1 ape not refine me this rarer, e l v 4, ; • 21 . friend ,'.,' ; " I tell you, as I have told you before, sir,
-thought Ler even pretty, although her soft, broein tirrote Mr. Gordon; "trey wile's. health has. leng , that I have none to give."
hair rested on a very smooth, white brow, but i been declining, twe mouths eel !we l a id h er , " But yOU•Sikrol:l (13414.0 t expect me to overlook
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yon would ceitaiuly have loved her fur her gee. rin the.gmve. . .
hor l
de. is 41.1stlaci-how ties, , that, 'welter enttrel7?" •
tleness and her purity. • ; lite, you; who ittlew me Mary 2 . ) neji, mu inn -1 " I expect nothing from you—nothing what-
A pair of splendid black . eyes.euel halos so 1 gine better tire , eattHtell yti; e n e the t il k ale l erer," that is just au . nonerablee--the was abut
p t
long that they f a i r ly swe pt an : t in i e s t colorless I would not 'MI ito le..iye it.. Busines s of; to add,,f,r she was very much excited ! and hard
cheek, was all that saved Adeleide fr.en pleolate ; the utmost he . 'nee tells Me Cl, weeps, and i' V knew what she was itelia2.'•
e But What aen I to believe?"
plainness; ' hut they were - enough . Aeteryou had ; will detain we e . , for Ewe or these yeael I t
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once gazed into these glorious orbs, trying in vain : have no near re - *ens to wiles: rare I can, mean-
Precisely what you choose to believe, sir,
to measure their fathomless depthe, you would t while e commit - •- hiltlren-'lAllithal,"l E 3)•, for and, you will 'allow me to tell, that it is quite
have forgotten that her other features were far ! George is as d e as a a ,„___ 4d ..au„g, a ll . time our conferettee Was ended." '
from approaehine the standard of beauty—that tmy friends, I h no tek. leut. youreelf—the 1 The color flashed to tieorge.Tilden's. feteeand
her mouth.was ton large, and her cheek too pale.: oldest and lon i el l et i— u e e l t , %Lees i w „web e I he grasped her hand impetuously; " Atieliaile
este , s a y ye ~ ;m e we w ill b e Lind n eley. von do not love rae---aud Sou never ller figure Wes tall, and her hearing dignified -e willing to leave
e,
sew would stay haughty—while Kate - was Small, 1 with you in a moth.: U utter )out' wife's gentle; 44 . .
even p-ria-, anti her step light and Nieves that of ' gnidimee; I feet at nee Theresa's character will 1 - " It would he eery strange if I 4 -iili after the
ea ef e l e o i n ; lauetelgee on have Satire-seed to *leads eveningr
a child. i he moulded art and I shall wish
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Thereon 0 or.lou was unlike either. of them— I . your hands the control of tecoree'e sweep." , :he replied, striving to dieengage her hand; "and
I l ir-N3 lovely perhaps, but on theWbole handsomer; ! Mr. Lindsley y•itididean asecut t•, his friend'sa for the ] a sst, you are at' heerty to think just
at least site thought so, and she certainly never ! request, and in a motets the vounw Southein. whet you please with reeear.l to that. Will you
leokee in her mirror without beholding • bright I ere were beam - • roof. ands fairly demestlea- ' release my hand tir?"
ti l s w its
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eyes, rosy cheeks, and curls glossy enetigh to eon- 1 ted as members • flumily. I'lheresa and Aide- ! e Yee—now and forever," said the yenin
t,,, , throwin,: it angrily from Lint. "Permit we to
firm her in that opinion. 1 bide were just *an tiet‘; Kate lev two y
Bulk Adelaide hes been waiting a long tin= for ' elder, and the d*.ziris shared erptelly- in el ... ' bid Yea. seal eee-otuee; 3li '3 -LW/311:3% . ' .
"I to her last rt.-mirk. It was at , Lindsley's core• uestrtietieus. .Lent deatlete- . •• Geist cue : nine, Mr. Tilden." - The nee-Lino.
ovly awl careleeely, for the open : tared iutpthet d in also ; mad during the Ding meat feeeree's feotettlets s,. ode en 'the graced
lk
l'ad Sunlight, and the joyous beau- i illness,the t t prec dateline. sal:, I eere e a watch- '
wa ,an 1 Adelaide was clog ly aseendin rue
e 4%
summer time had fallen li i ii4,4 ;id prerhmmeo. i oletlitr as ,taitefgeeeee-did t eta" WI herw# l .Y.lo ker. cart' obwrokec-- - • - •
tattowoutatrt /wart - , ova- En Tee 6wat aw M e .--,, .. . Verefirblutrly over her Jas! Then the eureain was elighnly drawn from
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inuswelly happy—happier than she I grave. r •„ • . was. still 'ie Lurie.: at the before nu er the ureter iv:it:lot -, and a time, on
tang a month.• eleme elf 1e... • 'j, death &le e the eerie ,' e t which erect e cote:it:hue (11.0"/Cio l js were d e eee tv e,
smebiaelrek lssue taut ferearparee t e - • : 4 ' rilt ens •li . l7TlgliMfensdrenetteeteluelereuei Jei-e.eie. ele ....,__ earo ts e e , te e etn ee
! ter an in rant ele.
_drew 1, ,c and elasfeei her
:e one word of it. But you had ; teres education W 33 now completal. Mr. Lin I.ler
hand,. .allay, but t• 1.4 au txttit.t..it ar: - ;
I....;tter 1.3 earefel linty eou talk iu this wee, for wuuld net allow la r 4. rill;11 t-O L'r seelere home •••4.11., 11.-1-t. C.--10 i 1 , ! . . 1 ., like ;t:
you, t ai g ht p er h i p e g i ve sow r i ve t of youre or of ,at the et •utle -No. no. 'l2h..raii." h . 1,.,111.1 •,! i y. .: It h a , n.;rl:4-1 it• 11'." -14,- a lii,pered, '•• Ile ! •• Ne. Al, 11 ,,: .., . . f
/ ter ~.- ; - .14:•c: )•.7..1". er,d
-{......a tarty. and his -eel, ie e •.1 T ilt( .I;ra ef a• leip. ; , r te .1.,,,
I henrge•ea hint on whirl' to aet, and you would' : -you arc to 1 ,, niy ear' u ail eeer fah •r ,_ . loiete. or , our lips f a ie.' , l; s:1 , 1 teen
hardly like to be (*blip , ' in self-deft tee to earry , e u Ultf i hone--an i I l'A net spii-e)..ti." , I.y lover, As I expected, he was lee nil ii es.. 1
ey. - -- fliriv d4;ile tee.' But I l'.) nei iii;.. - • vcar
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all these heroic reerentions into effete." Genrge Til•len, men while,l: el 1., en iwric een .. it , xl to eeproach the eteject - re:it:malty; tad ei:„.,e e , n „,,,,i,,e,
ee• •••
Ido net itnagiiie there i. much tleme•:Y of such i ting hie studied with 41 littenee nd sitteees. le. All:levet .he • keel ee. ].;end to' giy., h i m • 311 y
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Adeltele lauelted -lane it wee a bat •L thae kr.il
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a cata s eroplue" replied Adelaide with a en t il e; ! had ra d n ieo s il with diet neitishe, honor": npd . .‘fr. exPl,"'"1"11 11 - ell , I : 2 " sure 1 ' 'el ii -. 1 t , - 11 ' lite ,e! -este- , •u if
but come, girls, ought we not to be going helmet* 1 'enlister was 'Very pre et of hi brilliant talents ' huts any thing but the truth." It 1, %et-, hared to eica-e you, IZette: Lew weell
See, it is just nun-down, awl well ire a lone way . and untentiebed mime. Ile lor 4 the young matt , An I elle had net-is •• , - ,, ,1t5, hot that latowl- i 1 .,,„ I, „,. i „... 1 - ) ;,l .: '' - - •I 1
to untie." . t too, for :hie noble quell ire Mile d and heart, laud , edge ar,l• net eudieient to ieeeveut tier from feel. - iit ,,„ t.e ,,,,, . , ! ,
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,-, IJ, all , .lii,le. away-: 'ale was cone
her eieter's itetneanor.- eel t•
They rose cr•ituultaneitu sly, and trikeng &wit noticed the epriegingu of amt teal attachment : its% greatly rebeve 1 n lieu elm remembered that i l e etek y eaueet by .
the toad which wound round the si.le of the hill, t between him and Ad aide wi I any thing but her feller ea- new on hie return t e e Awe: het, I had e %',,. L win I, her 1., la
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,civ....,,, fait
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et a ~ liort .16tanee below the little grove. they . displeasure. ' and that a very few week: tueuld foil lii.riCTllli I i l l , u ". 1.1 '•• . '•-' ' .4' • • 1 that'
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rapidly retraced their :stele: to the iillege. l)oe it ! - .It - the period of Wli eh we ar writine.lieorp 'in het southern home. - 1.
-he cia- me hele e . :lore t.!ettl, 1;11.:.. 11.1.(1 Fla
e
the lino etreet, past the elethodist and rengre- i anti .tdelaide het' bee betrotht ("nearly a seat:, . The - sistere Away occupied the eine: room; i e mu .' 1,,, e 1 411„ w ivc tutu t• 3r iii th lee:mine':
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gational eluareltee, that look titr all the world— and the fornter had g net to th •• South, to unit Alit alwu Kate entertel it Agent ten hour after.. anti le , h „,. „.,10, ohs.,
~h ; .- wc , ild iti - it... 1 ,,.. ,: , t;
...-, p r i m an d ilitare art thee, and with Kneel ,!tarp- ' les paternal estate, Al 11 I'lt wee next te, that ~ 1. . it.:. %%eel.. ehe wa , ' sart.ri , setl to lied Ad•••lidele thero. , Art,•L i i,l e '., el "- ~,,•1 , , ~ ni t . " 1 ,,. 1 : ' 4 1 ,,,, ~ ~na i ;',. 0 .
ly defined anelees—as it' they were made out of ; (lorclon, and make a entgement. foe r et urn i ng . with le•r virus . lidded upon the table before her, ! 1
,s 'ewe,. ita•i .ha flatus' ins . r, It , - e-iit , -..-1.- , -h,
pasteboard; down past the little sioue (linnet in thither uith his bride .unetiniqu r i t i g the cow- ; awe her eireheria resting mem three. She did !, au , ' the „
~ nee„ ,
_le, hand th ,
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the centre of the green; still farther down the hie fall. I • net appear to melee her si s ter ' s eutrattee, and 0 , e i ne ,, l e e • p een i n , „f their " 1 ;,,,, 4 . ..:, 1, - . li.,
hill and over the bridge. pausing but for a Tao- ; ' 'there was but one cart that ;had not rejoiteel Elite. time...aching, lightly teueliell her •houlder. i ~,,p1„! wii i, p . 1.14 ,4 1,.„. , i ,: nt ,
ut . xi , :
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metit to watch the foaming waters ae they %wept ; when the engagement of the young couple was' •• What. are von here: Adelaide?. • I thettelli i treaty-. hi the to ove tt o'. Kat e hit t,.. en ,,,,,,A,i t .
over thedam—on they went, up the steep flight . annonneate--eter Mr. I telsley and'l - ate rejeiced eyou were in the parlor-with Glee:tee. • What male to restrain, the ..e..1].r..-1 , 1;41 of the ...met lee that
of alone steps intended as shis to the weary tn. !in Ado's happineee, ex n theneteit 19 to be the ' Lila g., SO eAriy . r .
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, g J t, liTht• e . Irinly a: le• • heerr. aad le A*lela'der.
velere--miti, still on - and on, until they patted be- means et tek;ng het et sr front theori,--and that' Adelaide- lifted tier hr ad; bee feee wec tea t -tr ee
reply she teieLt leo, foetel tie:. a ^t•, all the',
fare a large, square, l•rick houee, overshadowed one was the heart of ereeaele r tiettel Vi ithoitt and p!rfectly Palm, but ek. pule. that leefe :-tart-
e V:A...tr.:lll- , iii h. r . “, ;,t, t. -
Le the drooping brinehes tufa stately elm. They 1 having had the least OF4 r .n fer cheng. slo -she had led back in atiright. ' i “li,..te't pity in Kee; 1 tell I.et . eamiet 1. : ar
had scarcely spoken all the way, for the darkness I learned to regard he If at the ;les:tilted bride of 1 !-. Why. Adelaide, went i 4 the inetterwith you? ! ;i.e.., h„, ;., e gt .,,, ~,,„ el , t e e e„ ete .
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was rapidly inereasing e eltd they knew that aux- ! George. Tilden; and w set she s w plainly that 1 you are as white as a sheet:" ; lip , urled 1 t re- iii tte, e, .
Tout eyes would be watching for iltem. I he pre her only a slat is place n his - affections, I. 4 , Nothiug. hate—l am perfectly well." • 1 Three literati-. Lail-pee:eel. t:nee e:eor k . X
.In4l they were not nu:taken. A 401,k - emcee- while he loved Adele de with ell the depth. met "tile I knew better, Ada: let me feel yonr !, hail - left fir the south, when- eel. , c vente.
able looking man sat in the porch, holding a 1 k nee o r hi e iropassi . o.etl uature, she felt initireil ' hand.; a-hy thee- are as c :Id t.• ice, and yours rather let:. hour, K•et• tin-f A , lelaide reel
nem:paper, but, evidently
,thinking of any thing and slighted, and her cart Was filled to overflew- vo i ce .studs,., etrenefeie •, I "ill
,go 'Peek to from a small patty et tle , luotett. of out! of'
else. iQII needed only One glance. at his eyes,.l hag With enc.). and Lit ernes. , : ` father."
. • , fricuele. •lluriee ileet; three month= sect '
IWO. hit:,n tiliti..u.til‘ ;: .v. ,'"lli v re lot.i Len
still undimmed by age, to know from whonr Ade- , It, was strange the her a ttalchment wa-% not I •• -No. no, Kate," cried .lelelaule. (-etching lisle i
i ' suspected, even by it ebeeet--but s' - ) it wale— of her dreee to detain le r . "lee quiet, will you? 1 s tranger ' =.l, tee l e en 1 pertie , , rid,e, ::ta,i
(aide. inherited those fialiug orb; of here. a lel like
h er o w n raven locks had once been the Beaty
• i The - manner io whirl tbey were situated. and , lelnn ate t , ink - a! all; but I have enuetheue: to te ll h axing- of ,tt .. e , e , t e „i fee,,,t „ ee l, „e t
mar; of hair that was swept back troll' his lofty the frank familiarity of their iiitereourzie. heel ;, ylu--.sit done ' . ! e l uted ; slew-ewe. .:1.11 ;-i ii: !vie recll eve
K n e e ohey o l but with a vase I.ll4slii , fie.l air. t i s , „, l e e sin_, ea i Lae I ,:ev j ate II 1 7.:1 a
forehead; now it- was thickly sprinkled with the , placed them se much : upon the-(exiting of brether '
hoar-frosts of many a winter., 1 , and i.s . er, that not,. , over thou - , ht of re e tr.linet •• e 1 1.11/11 ' t Walbi ye,ll -ever t.. rtetatirm lfc....rge 1 , who lee ( 1, eN• 7. -late a- isle her etettretue ) I
"You are late; r them in any other lig t. Adelai le did not dream 1 Tilden's nue: , tea rue teethe, Katee,-- we heve :net 1
' eotepanv li.;/' 111 y. .n ilit‘ a. tilii.2:i. Mlia l': ti
my eliildrcn—you ought to Lie
more careful. Kate; these heavy' dente are than' ' when she hluehingly poke to Kee:- anal There.a for the last time. • , after hers 1, el ter,•,r., .11 - tleer . 11;,o,l e , eel t
geroust, and for you particularly so." '-, ;of her betrothal , that or eister'e tearful eengret- 1 , hates 1-dee-eyes opened, wider than ever. an-I , theta,-. It es I,t• ilk ti.,. • . ..`..lelai.! liicoe-:-Ii: I.-
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"I am perfectly well now, my 'doer natter, "P ; ulatione inert with no reqpenee in the brenet . of ! still mere iacredulouete. e l e r the that tin,.:—
. ter' , fie.. S F. of 11,11,11 , 4,:di
file replied, fi g ht's , : levee i ng h er 4, epee hie ' the latter; anil s thon het she t ent-to veelienee ile hue 1.18, what de, sou ni ,,, 411 ! ,
1 • "i% hat i- di ,man's, 1.1-r . , ,V t+ 7
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forehead SU She paS;eit 'him, "and better able to the usual &aeLnight kiete s, a-. 11*.n‘4 1 --Ile 7111 r-' ‘ .' .11,11,t whet I sly; Kate; we
. lieve perte,l . f w-; 1. - , 1 , ,,, , I .:1 : :: :::: i l i , rii,4 l ; .•'
. - -1 ent tteelec
bear the dews thee : yeti ate to endure this ewe ' ca-i's pridt; prevented her creel sh.tuk;nz, from ' ever:"
evening air. Let u' go into , the p mkt!' We :. her,. as if the had bet A v'letr. I, •• 011, .I,la. that cennot tae:" have you been 1 le e lent me, 1
should have been back t on e b e y ore t h e . time. she 1 But Theresa, th tit eh welk.' ur e not wh ked, , tinerreleue?"
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'added.with a mieehiee,ole : d ance a t hersieter, elf ' and daring the veer hat hid elepeel e ine. , tilt n, 1 " Ste n a qnar,,, .u z „ ou. tits e. ~,,,,e, .:;,,al: 1.1,-,.,1,..
'it h a d not been for tdolaid... She has been-niak- ' she -h a d l euete el to leads upon the Illuitcr mere eide'e in/41. 1 :ar-'1 t•ni.l.. 7 ;lire lay;: ii4 , i'. and hem.; e e e,e, , taut y, 1 41
in such terrible threats .at e einet teee rg e, el le I , calmly, ant i to matte ,' it s ccat.4lrian'itii,c.,, an lug Le-e 1•11 er n l e r ~ 0.1.,.. c1i..41,1,r, ,i 1 , ---: tili : - , r:,iiii.nt ha:
was obliged to plead for: atel defetie him: That ererit to which she met sittuni Welt as t eeel a ' euenate lette't { , t : t *ere •' - 'olewlt - tt• rel:•'ved her.--- ! .1-del ii le ....-1.
deteintei us." . . I grace as possible. if, is VCPLI: r... horevr, all '„ Kate kie-e•t her - tom Ily until. le. r cea i:emen: had
"Ohl* Kete: how call You: --- l'et , idee did n't I ;the old theueelits an emitiene ,were ew,kened iin a uttaeueo eletee, and the u uleepered softly—
•make, the fi rst • tuoec• towarl coiling, home I ! anew. The idea th t then well c , -n a' 1. - :.,i- ~ ‘• N v w t. II me all about it, ti• er . Alla. I ant
.hcliecieet and Theresa Would base staid on the ! bility that the mar age would - ueth tele. Tete tee .nreeNeue diteleuity--if situ La% c had any---eate
hill, sties-sazitie, all n i g ht it it. Lad not le.oeu forhad nut-. r croyeed lie: brein; but n - ,tv Adele'ele's ' l i2 e 4 .,•,-an:l I." • .
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own weeds had siege ted The that el. an•l filte'e . - Sev,, r. Ice'. t!" replied et 1, - .1..:-.' , ..;.- •he wi•e
playful caution had °Drained itf .All the ‘0.7." ca eway -her t,...111,, " au 1 I den it wish it even if
ho mr it h a ul a emed to I* . ter that n autlibie veils' i t could be.. I ant n:: tae weak ..s tide, emotion
wee whispering in It r eer, "Tit c maeriaee telly t iegbt-lead y e a to sup': ...se." h •
,be i,revented- -t his i tarriegeinae , lic let vett it." , l; . '- e-There . cen he • teem .:tees at ..11' shit it,
, mid elle had wore el tin time ittemuntarily tutu el I; s e e , ye ti lova, how natty .Nleiiille has; tor
, her liewl to bee wise c a : it. pee e eee.....i. - , meited sic ever siuse Geoeee went away—how
, Alas:: the voiecea . w few the ie t eerime e t e i yells ' tan:fatly I has,! it i,A.19 vend meeting him, ant'
'of her elan heart, iii had she tike lt - • hip" - -- 1 " le.w iitealitf; lieftt:oll to .m.:-• hit" elm he called
,:title it, sheouielte r.ve eliceetehid. alai see is ;,-.re owe If. eel that i , :di .11.1 no seo4l; and
ten e e te - tee s atin, n 'tale ee req . - -;..1.... reperef-I t•• t i, e I ten led el that ire. I. : - 1 eourect 1 r tett to
het-Surly; over and C.P.r e teen t the itt:4 - ,:- bate had t 'r t ra il e anl.,:. to rice him 'en epee: einite- to env
eleirmtel lien. au& st reely made en -, ,fr , , , , I, 1..-., It hat he.hred te iv. em] Li ,lint eat ti, , mete r.
t herself frem the i ueuce that wee cat; ire :tete.; I did se,—.:n .I it di I tit i it. diet. it 'rem
' htr. - • l;e•ree has, lit . -foie nay. h,e ei n 4tatereut i er
t love Lim at ; I tie. - ettr :•:C.n of elk ie e• e tn - I. ten:elle he celle - 1 me to
ifieliti,it, 0 .: die ley doeen to en ttectomt itt ti. • neet lerely toautor 'ategen
si 4 to ere 1, :` , :* l - ).4 . e.0. 1 ...' able:. It' he hal ette , l sans s a e let/ like t reasen
int ac I tin; or the ceuld n-n. atle man. I aerial. !tree told all utton 'te.lotit I
13' erwltal :ht.. would tr.l k!.O. ' would !Y.:A give Lim an cxplane - tien w a lie sit-
't think she has very tle.'p ,e.eteeet it se, hatiahttlve ' . . - -
hero girl= a.. , secold and ie- weele Ade: •leor A :.-11. vu were tao pre el--
proud to Brie e v,= l y lii it g aril' 'salty delu'i y, tt led hire! I don't II v he
,in. en-1 efta ruin'} deco el- really meant it hat he said. Who told an the
"rile to be cry attentive.-- ' stor y? ' i
l ow it, - at' lea t; an•lir he did, 1 . t-,I doo't know, ail I I wouldn't have asked
Id hopped, 'why then—thou , him ear LIP tiorld. Kate--I was not one bit too
pretel; and you would e have sale 'so if you had
, been present. My bitterest mietnY , has - never
' yet accusee. me of coquetrY; and George Tilden
; tett to have known his too well :to think I
t w Id find stir thing very attractive is the evi
1, ety of Harry Melville. ' ' He doubted and suspect
' S fete *Omit or. 'milkiest same lid I told
"Well, well, said Me. lanalt
;ny, " . ct i ; not worth quarreling Atom., 'lmo, a,
you rite all Lack safely. As for A ,- la's thrcat , ,,
they would n't flighttn inc much if I was ticorge.
Now la Ui hire ut4ie. thay . ehe...n wait
ing for it in hoar.",
t,eated herself at the piano US tvticl, ant ,
Atlcloide trek her station heAlde her.
•
Thrxt An. we fire entv wuitin for vnn."
continz in. Lt.! 111 , 0.%
(1,• An and her:Alf to she f..rea,
cc.rn:r rye file rod"). =
, •Ntver mind inn. Kai r. i ran't
, •111int i, the mitt. r. dent; nre you
y. ‘.l like ft, In:ur ton ult.:a.:.
togEtti,:r. - .
.
-No, sir, n' sitA, rn 1 y tirs , ti. .1) . ,.. 13 . t trait nir'.....
I haft rather hear von than to. sine; utr - .. , L , 1f this
•
even:ne.." 1 ~:
•
rie two sister 3 sang very stezelly, aril the
reiees h:11-tnonizeil-perfect;;. They.ramie n
:rain n 4 ito ruperier `l;;;1, but they bull
I.nd sunz well enough to .!elight 'their her. un4
he expected the evening hour of as :Tett
larly a 4 he did his va Kate's instrki life 1 . 1 - 14
been so short, that when, afters very few in Dat
absence, she retnructi to the paternal prof--paler
and more quiet it is true, Is nd with the shadow
of a bitter grief veiling the b'htness of her eye,
but if possible more gentle and lovely than ever
—her tither could scarcely realise he had once
her to another. And 'now that die lame of
a , year had chastesed end snbJwd tbe fast asi,
81 50 A-TAR, IN _IDtANCE.
ERIE, SATURPAY,' JULY 23, .1853.
, tlif,tught,in F.-At-jolt
pc2rLaii.,
"
She eatitt9t I.,ve 1 1
, hare
Aul ' inleed, I do
I fiTtlig, , —the , e nor
Sho I.n
!thy &serti.
iltit ynettg, Me
Genrge ouirlit to k'
an! sup sh
She eprang bon
a taper that stood
"face that looked do
that hung over it
cheeks were now
were strangely radi
the hod and hißtily lighted
poet the dee:o;4%4*bl'. The
Aqua her from the mirror
was, Weed, beautiful.. Her
_lowing, her large hazel eyes
t; her lexusiatit hair strsaus-
yon, lung ago, that I could not forgire . that in
any luau." • . ,
'Kate shook her.head
"You think son an very stronit nfr,w,
nide, becalm* , von are angm.lottt you - dol, not know
Low you will feel by and bye. be let•tne see
Liecolle, an I explain the matter, if yOui ore not
willing to do o your,elf. I brill- h• 1,-,ves
darting.
"Kate, if y rot dei. I wit! neer foiwire run as
lowg - as 1 lieu. ; f um not angry at all, ati . ti I
not Ibijak uttsell say stronger than I am.—
Would Lyon lime tn.: aa --'3lr. i ant
very soiry that 1 have to coufe r .4 11,4 a gencle
, man coffered the Iti; band while von gobt",
,and that T %orn re . .pect tieelined
you please to forgive - me, and du tue the fivor to
marry me yottradir Shall 1 say that, Kate?
'don't know whit else I could
"Olt! don't talk t.". Ada---an.l don't look so:
Your eyes snap r-, that I hardly know son. I
out y tract to do what will be for the heat, an-I,
• fiwy nothtnit to George withal*, vfor ooseeni.'
"Forrive dear Kate;" repiied Adelaide,
mere gently, "I did ti •t mean to wouall your
frelinfr. flit I .111t11 , 1 t, v.-outing in '... , 1f-ricf,p,./t
if I. were to all,* :volt to oiva t.:ocoo•
• Unat.:ver. It is lie as it it.' It ite dis
trusted went once ter seat ‘ery eli,glit reaQon
-or, rather, inrito r,..azuus r.t all, he t,(Ati l do it
again. I be perfee:ly
let to bed anolforgcr. : it rim tr.itti)...
It is eat , iilr'ani4l titan dote. ewl too sief
• Melaide's - pisiwe that it was u
to sa that The vid n 4 regret
Le:rptited•too %...11 Thai: 1,11:,
net ro'gret lo , r own eolt.r.ic, th:
entild not have dam differtntl3-: Perhap-s
1113 - 2 scarcely
. ackhewledged ut hear
he would of Itimstilf return to /.;;T, aui r,
words; L but, if EO, it aituoyatol
ing Ela dun a hop.:. 11,r two dv i an...A.4%4
Lit th, - ; villaze, n:itnout. tlic :.101td,
fart to sae her again. •
In a fair woeki Mr. Gordon landce at E ,trn;
and, .bzfA.)r.) g,ing home, came direct to .
dli•bursh. After a ~ :tort visit he i titpatt fOi
tan South, taking his d:lnzliter with Lim, and
little ilreanlip2 how baseiy she had r: paid the
kinineib aal hi--pitality lavi.hed up9,l -I.y
ovary naAn'oar of M Litrilley's
(11-trIU. 111
Shr trmt h r w. 7 with; a strons:Eep ear.
/Le 1 , r4-e'd lip arched, end her clera e:e stadia:to
As :t h.,d WA 4 di t'a nd. sad Issr form
Itcatic proudly op,ne L., br.o..!tel thror e?,l
T harms nr. joy of.t;Ji- coatroet to-WT.IA: '
t. I too onotivii.ed, too luddent
iw ILL: um, ifi4haccg,„ which bath L
re, we eau!
Rost: a smo
yours& any uneaime...4 :4;
,nre you, I do.nA
a ve-lorn danese!--eo
broken heart. Lo I Ilk_
.1.),) not givei
)113; Kate: 1,126
the ',art oft Id
sent, or die of ai
The - i1! wprds cre uttered by Al,lalla I;a1.:1-
i va
ley ii rerty to an invtoluntin7 ey_ci:uuliloa of
torro. on the r *rt of •h?r Lister, a very _few, days
after ereia kt. In turaing.peer the 'drat - ers
of abu tr,.. w ! h the si4lats ahlrei te a n , Stiter,
Kate had found:Pome little-it tides that. Adelaide
had alreaJy i;rl+.tred :n attlieipt;• - a" Iff her I:pi.
proachin : e 14:mm1e; andAiery mouraftl ecua
"en the 4 •-_ „ -4,-..- • ...
"** mite t t ti
le:i . .l;
eno weed, - and r,-..1:1d.at
PE!
I Adit
;•,
Ark - lu,i
❑ tiltag'it vuu
••I1 NV% .11:
1.” much 1,1:.,;
I . ‘'! ....111y. bat Eh• , I II.;
ME
1.-rlinfig, if it.rl
'•1'..0 aro !I
not bar.,
you so well. 11% out. ydu t,) I ,c tot l / 4 y..11:ra.
little—tiote:: ail."
• t." Till nt-;:iwr ulocea nor pr,,,k e .
no t6lt v•.:1 are uot'angry, tirar
821 Kate kncit Lc her i,ter's SiQe, iin.i twi
her arnies uhout L.r ccai t, lorikcd airpction
- in her far(.
nnt; Kate; ,t!t why did y.iu
i we (.4 ' •-•
"itor, ycat ask such a i t uesti , 3n. A
Y nn km. kr V.:`l V ;well' :.lrea:l3: lie wa, , , wi I
cau4nintly. warrylv
r 'mtionitin (Inrin.r tip! %thole ereninv
tilc:e any our prettnt bett,
talking too" •
t o, Ae13 . .. 1 10 . not moan rlist;.l
ctreolint7l , awl - Ms heart i s too noble t•
ILd
nut Dot 1,1*:1 1 :111Z
"What cl.E , c tart you call it! If he h
en ackuottledgeit . lover he eould - not haze
ed mire, devoted' to you, and you certair
e 1 to enecurage. him. " Was not that
Mar
“liatP; I may 34 well tell you first as
prcmi,eti Withal Fletcher, to-night, that
b.t his air., in aluonsit from this time."
Kite sprung from hei chair, and c .•
hinds in astonishment.
"A,delaide Adelaide you do not mean what
you are saying.
"I certainly do mean it, Kate : why should I
not?"
"Bemuse yon do not love him. Oh! I know
you are only joking." •
"It is l rsther a serious subject for jests, Kste.
8.. F. 81.0 V., EDI
NUMBER: tio.
.In just four weeks from to-morrow, 1 bball mar
iv AV Ilia Fletcher: he is down stairs with father
note—Lard.: I Coll hear his toit.g."
They listen-tit there were vaieeiln the parlor;
but, atter a little a hile, the outer- door dosed,
and MI was -Jill ag a in. 'a -
lltere wa: a strange contrast belles/It the tar,
Eirten when- they a l pha Wilted their. ..faiNs- t -
ward ca::11 other. Kate was white mad mid. toad
tretal, - .. I 1;1•:': an tiricu had, ula, t tlettud. t
cileuks,littrned with excitement, s hite 1. 2 i
wera wrestite4l with a incer4eg aetile. K4:t:
I: oked at lacr'carzn.::,tiy tor a roossesit,
• • Atli. Lth,: my tio.tr 131 , 14:r: you'arestaray mad."
"If I am 11. a .re L tatctis , al in my
. madsonts.'--
Don't 1 - •olt• :.t. iii,; so. I::_aie."
"Ad elaj-..i:., ~. 11 iro.-lo•you love Willie netrh•
er!" And lc,itte's ce,imi was almost.lerplering ra
she asketl,the question..
..
"So, lat e, Ido nr,t,"-
' l ••ikiaccr 'till kw; ty 'it: Oh, 414 - 4.del-rill
h•-r.rtital.. y.-• , :di.elf? --. Not a veal' r *On your
..ske 1 1,:•.1 , 1 3 , - ..u. cri,isper George Titentessatne
—2. 4 yen. I , ave nit to foon furgettielt. Why
i t ,
have jilpti .1 . :.n4 thit,; .''• 1 •
i•l_keat, • 1 ( on)). not lolp it.
.gitteMatc! do
.n )t r•pri., , dr 1.1,.: C.l.lna and gentlejts'your us
tare it-, yrn canuot dream how I Lame anti.trei.:,
or Wowlam tenaptta.' ? And AdtilwidoLintislev
c-)....r, - .1.1wr dace w;t11 WI. hauls, Lida hits swift
rolls tilled the tr:t:_do room.. Kato did utt know
what to ,iia,y; but :ln.'l hcr inn' earc.eaaly
aitinittil he t,
r ',.',(..r, utiher to her bosom.
-
•-Mesta, t.;ati:tuf, lansli! Dot, no, weep freely,
`and then you ul.l nlbett2r aide to teittne wt...{.
.iii iii: 1114111:13.: 1 e . .tattat naderstual it.'' . _ -
- AdeLitic.ray quietly—sal:bin at long, inter
t-sl-., III:: a rill:is:1i", for ikarly au hoar. I:tcrt
site ritisal her L.:ad, ui Kato Laud, aottly,
y
- "You hai ::::..:x Its tied new,.tie.ir, tsa4 try
to elestp.".
• ; , SO, 1.7. at c—l ona.;t tell 3ite slit:bent thii, to
ni•Alit I utvc , r Iltat6 . l.lt. of uiarryin...Mthis
rictLltrr nulil this erctunz,. Lliked, hi: society,
for :t ditert-cd tuLt• nalt:l trail other matterz, and
I did not stippo.,t 10. rar..tti for me particularly.
li - hile . you w,ra'itlintt:u 4 ;tvith .\irs. Leswis (that
was b,:lore i';e:ch.r ea:it,: 1u) 1 .1. fclt warns att.l ti
red, aul.thniqiit I wuttld g : i . up in tli,t drcs.L.log
rasm, where 1 could hd alonc for awhile. You
know them i:: a sinell nisi)) adjoining the- larger
, one,,and I.wcal in them, alai threw myselfttown
'rim a Luang,: Lohind thit.A.oor. l'fe mitly I Iseard -
N
Dices in the v.. 1.1-;• ro,m—lt':;.puy- .I.4tan:s, Clara
Hall, aml Jun: Temp::: ‘"rere There : th:y ware
t.:11: - .ug ala)! v.,', 1.•Ge...r.,.: 'l''.l :'•n—watt a hat
d , i youlltin:z th 'y , :i i:1 1 ., L IoS I They said: that
1 - r. ts . tly,Tr. B .• f,r l''..u.: yts ,that was it- 1 .:-in.;
'.,3• Lira, in.: ,: ... IC ( 1 '42 ant.sk I was trying 1..-
W•tar ; an I th- j • 1.......1.5ue so, aul said it was tt
fort man I , -,-: :ata , t - lie.s a:ea a in-,y; it:cation to me,
for I w:; s i•pr - t.-.a 'But till t. it nit al; Kate
Clara 11111 1i5,1 . 1% :Ater from Thritosatlardon L.:
I week,;, and E,'.la wrote that tieorge Tilden teas t i
I li2 marriui.in F..dirirtry, t+l $ lady in - AlsLamn.
oh. Kate : I :::.y. - • through ii all then. I !tilt!
1 tholtit lit , f,.ir.t.i that holreal!y b?.icrtd me 1::.' le
•
:ad inooa..s,i.-ten . . ; bat #s,wthea, ;hat it, wa,r.)n
so: It yr:i..s a mero ex.ensdlTor brealFing, t4a, :1-
gegtment, that h.• milllit r•:; urn tree to hit -; it : r
tote. They mid a •rreat, d:al mor?,. Kate : I
caanot tall yon :11!--.1., at it mtrde 1113 wild; and r •
w,...3 &Wised. to i-:..:), f::r. I C.:IICA 1101 lEZTO my
tf k ailf' e li ':11 .1 i1 4 1.tiii1 7 1. : 4410 7 4 - -grAif in ti a-
- bacir. 33t ate vad 1.7, - tto, :at.) the garden. ri'':!.-
:I lit. l'ai.clicr T. aul ute tl..'re; he told me th•t 1. •
!1) . .•-.1 t.t_! : 1 ,... I __ l :.i-; •L , lii wif.t. t.i... • .
: ---;;;--r it:, in!. : ii.:ll' ....:: •••• 1 • 4 ' f ::vm-: g:ri. v• ;
in 1:1•• c.,2..• t..- rr, 1.6011P-Ze s an I I conituate4. ::-
I u....-2:1 LI- t, r...:::". : a ~....r:., - ,1 ::‘ f...ir our marri. , :•.
i...ti,..;. -,:., r.; 1..1 a • a . :lttle',;t i. , -.... I thot:ght of-C : : '
.gc.'t w,:ti.i . .:. 7 i-.: 11'1,1:t.tr . :,-, :Jai I tall Liut that I
I. ••oull I, • Li 3 11'7, :.1 rldi: ihere.---n)r.•• ,-, t
Ica ,i.t. ;::: :.' ~,t4 i• . ' tad -ho thrt c herstflf ''t
in the t•'..-.. - r t,lth a ,' -1) t,f 1 ~,:f.
t 1:...;,-1-.. a... i :if • ..1 2,.. .4:1',. ,
i -. "A 1.14•1:. ;0 ti a .
); t - • . I 5.1 yet : this c. 13 1.•
1.rni,&:.1 ts;'.. Mr. 3:`. t -hi r 1.,!! rata.iie you, 1.L../
you til".l that :',l • t.-u —• t: • t.. :es! eas, - ...' -
-1,1 i v:ttt th Mo . . i .... 1 i ait it, Kite I',! i
nit 1.1.,:!., ;;.: 1 .',. '1'.,1 : •. i i ,fly.]: this tit:, -
. An i itio a,• l .',..... • ',. :..'. ‘: '..-:-...../ 1Nte1141.4 . .1 :. :..
' L , :.'1: ,. 0 . I , ..:1 .i..i: i . ., - ,...... I ....a I rtible. 1 1 4 d I it .
try put :...E:-• ..la ....f., : .; I ••.; , :e ; ut, auj - 1.-, •
~ 1 '• - -
,
i —ll.l, .t... :,,:. ; :1:; , (1 •:,i a ~ .r. tlitZ 1174.11 f, :,. j .
I • •
.li IA y.--ee , i t ~ 1;•..'..1):.- t- l it t i title et4tausitta ••:, 9: ..
rril , :-•• 1.. : t. .1., ait La ivi that erime. t I.; t
':..i. t ~) • • 1-...' - 1 • :-. •.. •:-.1.. T:. r,., can be. no tru4 :,..
lat . , • In 1 - .I LI: N..... : 4..11t. 1.11 1.;/.....1 lt/rp- -- :....1 /:.
tl :I.! ) .1( -.'.... :Or ,::.. •
1.111.. V....ii Sint 15 7 %..1,.. ..
,fi1.,.•• \.a at 111_, al tr.? Idl von' proirli-,: 1.1.
I , t • .11;n1—..r; i hoot on' -.,"' is star t e '-• l,•• •
, . a .
,- ittr si'l '.. A' I! tl IV ry tin: ,b o'' your .b.iran, t.•.. 1
,iu Cult ';,.7 !: - .2i ,, ,1.. ;lit 4 eh•ar ';' •
: •• I to.il y:ht tit...! I di•l n,t I , .tre Wiliii Fit!" ~•I
, 0-.--ia! 1
.; ) 11 .,• ; Li- I dt•l nn tell vets 11.;.:
.• 5 t;!1 1.,‘ ,i I I su -q...)..r. 4. it. , C:c• - tr:m 'rilden ! 1431
o
I 1111.• 1.., :. -5 .
El
Mal
had
4.1i1
t the.
:here
aeit
f tract
paoth
kd Lr
Lt.!.
1)13S
,u
-like
aed
Ueir
:age
r 70
itlt
will 1 , -/:=.•-_ - .i t -.hi,: c; e:,.:•.
t tat
. 101:..r.i..itni:,: , foila' . :
whole 1 1%1:- h:..t,';:,-."
• 4 I eigt4 .0..) ;:. E.. it,-_ , ---i:. il 11-linz th:lA
e , rni hi m irk ft,:y '1;.!., . t pre-11111Vp he ha, L. , ..
i;ri t al...Tody ; i-r he IL.-; n): 1;;T-1 14 4 y i*.titit 4 ~. „
:0 1 .1 I ...n l i i L .,'.1- t...!1;...14:, • ti•“ll. , :e c , , info.-Lo L...
l'inant 3-ott to tnitirr,zial nt-,„ mot , perfett::;, -. t.
,'..2..,r .i.:•21. an-t! L'a.ll we will n A <14:1! , ' C
( i ll , :i. , 11 ;:rll' in •re. I .... , 11-111nrtr;y'lVillii1l...t,r1.
er. an I I ~ f all. hewn t 1.1-ive him If Iv.' :a Lunt :•0'
tit!..: I ..:1-:11 , 1;; , - 1 ,:,;• T f al! 1'... - dur!'e.s. I otro him
ilt . o. 'dolly. an 1 I di.. t., f t-;:i.,;ct to 6i wrtitett. ' --
r /.„—ii, 1, - n -n v. n •,:I il a. an• Art when I ti01i...1,' I.
Iny.=•'le 1 , . 1„t.), L. 1 4: / not re. , : f tt it twv.. 1:,- L
of tn... 1c.,16----,-11 ma a. calm :vi c i ever WSiili itl loi s r
I'd... awl f t::1
. win I 40 not regret it." •
—I shill b.ty I/ ) !n0r...! to tlii . ,str.la yna„1!•-
1.111-; lm: on) thin:4 I tntr...,t i :orge-4-119 not... c
..'l.-. Flvtcltor be docz•.ip.-.i Li thejuntnie of '. •- t r:
!'e. , :;l_- tnwo.z.l lint ; .. onl,'ff ltnioally lore's o.
h • tvi,ll 1, • tv:ilit; to ,1:1..q; ynur. maniap. Pr a
whil..".. an I - '
1 hilicv.. t 1 i . tc-s the pliruaz yog ied, - but I
think it ratli.: . r
on c",-inivocol one2.,'.' ..,
• Ti,.w.,t114 tev , tver nri g-nl,l purpfei kat., and
might, perlinp , , In ike .1/Int lose nie leaa---tli:elt
certainly wolthl ult promote his InOrpitie . I
conclude, frou.. what the ;6 rltx said. teit tn) a:
fAir3 are kti e.:otybedv's in olt
u, /talshalt tql.
it br , vrant.Nl that Ito i 53.4 he'irl of Intr. tn
o--,- .
et - • •
, en”tzement."
_ _
IFEM
ni
'
2, on
ilror
-You Said you slymlrl 111 the datiti
i,yon . owed him faithfidly, i'fi.w.t of tho.
first of tiles.: is perfect truthfuliiefs, 1 ;4
start wrong—make s fair beginning at least, 41. I
then I shad think tLre is 2,0m-_. Lope for
yet." .
"I can't do it, Kate if;he. is 41eceirefl, it w:1 1 .
,not _lx? my fault. There
-.are plenty tona,l
reidSr to till sneit tales ; and if hz. says ant thou
to me abut it; I ran t.il
then. „ New, kis-3 jut: aria t
blame or. T.:pro:mil Kate-I campy:. t •
that. We are not alike, antitumor not expeM,l ,
view these things through the same ryes; an
Lea I Sala before,' people atill stop pitying me
now." -
BM
1 tri-
'
4 been
seem-
4fiine.
ast I
would
, . her
• Ali! that was.the secret a
.the whole wiatter•
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