Erie weekly observer. (Erie [Pa.]) 1853-1859, October 01, 1853, Image 1

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    IN SLOAN, PUBLISHERS.
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TH-E SKELETON HAND
Kul.. tap! Y, Ip. tap, at the .1“..r the heat.
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While thy lips are fresh hum the &talky up
Anti thy eursra yaw Wavier - at ovary aup.
And thy wlet is s Creasy &vim.
l"th. I,sytuv kw/4mb trithaat.
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to hi If pretettp , fl hint froni i aft...ifehsfing onfl
Ilse 'Whole. hrodheihord o f twin .,
kilt.' in ssIL the eiretttusstt and if I.ff Ifni., the
j.sv. :stiff-sorrow:. of huninri eiiiitence
l'lsc eselanimiffh which hail rail, d furth Isis
plenel le rental I: 4 - 3 4 . 15) the up
; pearmtee 0:c three children, two" lsu.'s ..t' about
ant! tiy‘ tawl a uirl of three, Ivh.t Wl:rt• erff.-
: , ifir a 1.0 ., 0k ill trot)! of.tke h.itt-e at, Fonie
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11(ratl, whirls the .11tDiktit:,
.of the tiller had
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dre-ei and appear.iave-oi -en
; e l l extreme poverty, quite .11.!.. utnaiibtukalil,"ll9-;
that of etittifpnion-; wps.iltlt; but altlinuA
ewutsi,;,,t inat t erial and
_pateliiii -in Ili
' vew it na s clean, and upon -tritight.
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t.utivienlar figure, se ono) even elegant,
ma- of tinven high"-
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•-• le* perhaps ilite•iitent e, the pelsei.sion
• Anglii-Saxon blood * Lriglit. 1)1Hr eyr- were
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ge, ::tel imparted to the organ- the a pp earani i, i
, 1:11tltng intenitity tilattl:, miniering, his
contitenanee . trikingly anintating. and intelli•
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litt Iv girl— -a loint•-••yed fairy
icrofibely decorstuil with dandelion t10%.40111,4. and
wild Mower* t wistefd, in fantastic , c ark, laughing
in rltilcli.ll Oct', 3-4 bet little clinipled haw! um
among leis dark /cieki.—in 6i. artte.-,' b.: lcor;-
Li . . bridge, and roni
brother. •
1: pm the heritage a wealth, ht p_
liwAtneas seemed early 'to have Clidlen; for although
i though two years older, he clung to his compan
i.m with quite as much timidity as his sister
His figure was extremely : light end delisit?, but.
' thereby,- perhaps, the more graceful in itsformic
thin. Soft, lanky curls of light hair, clustered
around a forehead so transparently white that its
beautiful trieerg of blot veins was distinctly
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LINSEY:
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"" Ewrsiput, who killed
ible The prevailing expresion- of his finely
chi-elled features was sweetness, to which his
mild gray cye added a character of pen.ii e thought
very unwind-in one- of his year,. Ile was a
beinitifol bay, but far better calculated• to elt•ite
a parents love than to gratify paternal pride
Mr. Hehfrton. , a* them safely across the brook
and - neat the' holf , e, :oil then. turning to his
ter, said,
- Mr Ileberton's family had just risen, :and
were assembling in their brotkfast room the fb:
lowing n iug,-whets a servant atintanseett that
Frank Linsey was at the door, begging eatuest,
ly for instant admittance. Et erkernlY alive to
the, wi t ,h ea a nd necessities of others, and appre
beltlire from the-early aipetaant.„'nd unwont
ed importunity of the boyellat some:set:Went had
occurred at the widow's, 3lllr.- Ikbertnt, altinsugh
deeply engaged,at the.. stiosuent, instantly ••••us•
relied with, his: request,—e condeacension. niiiels
elicited sundry and untell•rotts shrug:- ~f , the
shessiden. of .Miss Serena aceonspanirsi by Jeep
sighs, expressive of her sense of its impropriety
while theelwely prettied lips emitted ll gurgling
sound, which gradually lemmata) -shape in the
words—. ,
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"kint) lisli ) ta tilaillkAllsilikeiaiPS V1,14g leg
gar can cuter a':gentletnan't , house at I pleasure '.
The dirty cur should be taught 'to h e w 'hi. 4
pistee :-• by a hiels bet onligulipu • eenteill -.nue-
What relieved. and the-storm subsided 131101 a ;•1/1• lin the illteliol-.. the I;l4llprint- ..f lii p,('':,_••. .
len calm' . are more visible. Mr. Hebei-ton i• till ports.
lit thi• , Haan tinsel:milk LiuSS•y: made ists. alt- 4 aud.rointst,: but 1 he . hair fermi-114y al , dark and
pe:srance, hi; dark eyes swimming it. teal ;. %bile ;-.31)111111 . 311t, 111. a ; -,idly thillile.il, i• : I hlcall..l
his face to mused with an - anitnation a hi. I. in- , thionglnost with silvylines., and - hero •I• Ili. se t lsl.•
,tautly put to flight all f ra r s of ts,Mbh• at home 1 brow are, deep furrows, never plough.sl :tame bv
The mystery was soon explained- His issollsr'a i the lingers'of ear,. and woe. But his rye,- still
-only brother, an opulent merchaut .in westo is retaina 'ft: glance 411 genhil good humor, all hi
Nei. VealL•heariug a t l e n g th of hi• ,i , -ter'• he- , face its, 14.4021 elt1111„ plifei.l• t..Npre , ..1141, piltVil.l , !
ueivunieul and poverty, had baited late the Tr. i that his mi.fortnue., whati.vi.r theA • ma% 1;11%e
\ion- e‘enillg, With the W4.1011111' 111111 of a • life-1 fe.e . as, have not disLturbeil his equannoit,). taw .1,-•
long lossow for tit reand a father's bise and , 4
ero• stroved the native kaolin:a 4 of' - hi , Witt. Ir• , Tip ,
tellies' for her sots Sickness: in 6i, ~%. in fancily !slave bvlll,..shie is. vacatd, tar .leath,,onl3 ne.le
11111.11'rea his illtilletlinte retisrn iMperative, and 1 rutltle , -; than lime. has Is wil t . I le J.- si d e s a in. l. t in t
grid.ilk l ey, whim had epent.the entire night. in fond merle rto I 4 cold I '.l
a., :alt. ti.xlit 111:A14.41. In'u : ,
4 arranging her 'affair- f.a• this •leldets removal, y e a r ..
~,,,,,. el * . atin o a ‘ oid in the hi-art ol th •
now sent ii'-r adieux to the friend's I
waose kind- . husband aiel father. %she t•
ll Nrli 1111.0. ILI • 1;1111 ii
mess hail alaay. : cheered. while ther i Iseult% had to till - • •
4 .
often assisted her pav,•rty. by. Izt :i .lN, : , , . Ili,- , • 5110,21/ i., there, Min and dieuitied.ll.l
'rile effect 111' this annouucement ass eleitti• iihist -harp features gratin" e‘c-ra day'llO.'re l'lef
cal upon all. Lucius. whirte only enjoy is s c u i of nal.:ieu•ly I.l•3 , ei l ltellt jai. tier toikt 1,....111i emu
-the 'free, wild, riotous :sports so dear to the 1..-sir posed ~t ii.. moss exi.en , i‘e mafetials, :tranvetl
,of childhood, hail been derived titieteds his a, in Ihe hiest style o f juv e nile' ,impli-it „ a hiel s .
a d t uaiutauee with Frauk, began tO'4ereant 'testily, l' the era: .. tvvelh.r; having bet n far fr , ea Ivntellt
-insisting with the wilful pertimseity ad a spOiled • with ties. lousier• .the apparent .as ieat lire nee.-
child, that - he should not go, anti teasitty hi- ft- I alitawilis 11.114'111.•11.- . , .
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tiler, Itlssese power,. from having noticed the ;ins. - 'llie ether swessissioa fd in.......11. - e, le a ~ Itulit.
'plicit olealienee rentlerAts• Isis will by Isi-I no '- aracetitl.liebe-likt 'Ol o t •one• .4 - t.int.. It ~ our
Aileron, delletulant,, lir child - 1,111 . y helio N e.l. anti- to r., and ~ tall. nose-lHokilw N ooth; in .it her ~ t
nipotent, to Amami:m.l ‘-hint to sta .) ; it, Ink hi , whom it %salad: I. dillietils to . , •• ! os•
sister, who, regarding the appearau, e .i.l- lacy I . :1- tilr:qi• or "fir . i liNt g•ilatotet . I . iwil el
yorite as , a signal for their,...laily raltahh., tan to- lion, however, a -11,4e_. I -.mt. - lath ,
him , and raj.-it.!, hear whit.; .limpl..l :dn:, Is -su the latter. 111:t. he It t... -'d lii t it
sought, "Frank, take little Al gg j .- andfitolittifz
. ett eUris. still ChiSter• k i ' , WWI; .1 .
itterkefirdirnerrerlhiromll, 11.0, 01 .,•......"- .i........~.,..,-. t-c.v.t...i.d.-Ippkiirrs.-14.041. , r e- --4.-4,
'Jr. Ileherton, who feeling perfectly safe•iii en- linger- upon h.:inures' alit... : '',
t rusting his ••Isil•lsen to the cal...and influens e ,st • re s... l d :a 11. I 1 1 ,1 4 ~it lii;, 1. , h,0. , 5,
. . . pound Linsey, rejstieett greatly in the. nuirked ; might by matte. be thteriwil Otsipelit
-al •:I i.l. .• I • Nansense*. Mrs. I i
tar4ey• inspa•vesiselst prisinVegi - it ) the mo .1... w ...Ar e ' , ..• ..i.m I. m ore than the lo t a I -1,1.:,‘. i t ,
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-11-er,itttolligent„ lady • like no ;u.4 iteloritite , es•ativle of his esasspassion swan loatioo 4,1 youth , .-
~. ~ 6.1 1.. $ w .. 1 1; :ma h t . is O tt e of the il l ,' dellente fraille .111 , 11ilitill Mind Hl. hi. -Olt. :Mil Itelecrtoss is perU , siig a leu.-:, sa t . Is ess, 4
~ I i s , 4, i i . . d 1-11ddren I ever .aw, as f.o . ' \ ,,,d w i„, 1„..,,,m,.., had ~,,„,,,,,,,1 ;„ 1,,,, 4 •„ 1 ,, t h e -, :ont ,,a s . iss i n f u t n ew : t„ , t:of 1w is .lee di ai!ii.ll•\i.
:i iI , t:; . • 11C lie:11t I would -die els 1„,, ) , ~t a boo . • strength. he %{;1 , 1 14 4 1.:-1.1r,. • ~ti- and at le:ll4th an unvoinutary \ groast -4.,411e . 15..-
4. 'cis.- a li• Ail. \
.asol :tether'" —MA Feimp., felt t h. 4 411-, 1 10" A re :f re't AI 1t.. , 1.4. : while V•hilart n from the engraving.: they as. tatent 1:
. •• , last:..l a• :le le ielst. assisnated hi, win:. a kind-Ileart..l venal.• wears..., svlsose examissine.: Foo• a tionneln be -- evute'l " 114 ' - '
•:a ... 1 !..I f... us ot :Is. -:e.:4:-berw•••• ha e i tt ess, for her Children nilln. iII het to I•,Ve ev- overpowered; but mastering his es adieu h.\ : •
, sl.: \sills .. l,•••1, • I elnitratiess and al t ory thing swab:tering t.• their happiness, could 'strong effort, he calmly prreeethal toread italos
.l ti, ii :. ted upaselsi , own le-askant but hardly refesia from vompletihg.a ueepiny' tt hi. , tent,. 'l'le,! fuels were siblin underatp.44i. intlis-t
1-a arts :s ls ~ - expression of fiainfal selici- T.. aunt Susan. on the eonfrary, t he new;iVa4 : em ...d try the ex: mple of 'Ahem and sstabseid by '
,1. , , p tels Nov.-.! how -keenly he the tery oil of gladness - Her fsest anti plague, ' the facility with which liege tilkllle.. were ale
the little.% u h... , t a r beggar, - whose inters...or, 1 with 4 is:in:lola aresunitiated. he hail Air tome year- been
• • her brother's children bad IM-en the . ilaili tor- -gn.any extentliug his business aperatioh s . The
ment of her life, was tee 1... removed from het •:erisis had ri , rri vest. and the fart me. inherited Crew
sight, *and she could Searts•lyyepress a-sere:Stu of. a ili,, :11 -estiAws, and augnsential by, histdforts, was
delight at the thought: l In the extravagasiee of seattered to the bear winds. . . .
her joy, she could have iingged and.kissed Cvery '' The news {tura, like a shock upon his family,
person and thing about her ; but hs tl&I waS , bulthikling t.. more Isis laved ones, he - had colt-'
: hardly. praetiCable in the ea.se, she was elfriged t•ealetllsis anxieties. and the effect was a- varien.:
•to content herself With pertisrmine that interest:- as their characters tve s t.• di-sitssilar , t aiding
- ing operant* urea) an ugh - monstrosity in *ors- . like a spirit it' light, int l , her father' :one-, Atf
Itwo , , her daily !lee:oneness for the last six uss•ntle; Oita whispe'red :c she kiall Li , lips-- •
1 Whirl', :1=1: 1 114. bad exultingly informedevetiy'‘ is- ' , •11tar father, do - not ii -trey yourself alsott
her at the hostse 'luring that peril hi, ttr.l:` the: the 10 ,, or a little ' halt r)‘ loom ‘ • \re we nit
isigued its a faithful portrait ~ t ' taws! Evershate's left to ion, :dd.! and willing to wan:. if nee!s•ssa
; f a vorite ilog : I - ' ry, ha• your s upport?" MI Cllitt 1* W..
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Frank now pr,alneel th, 'III), he had . seleeted • .To whirls Ow agitated 'father al:111,A ag,:tiss us-1 i s trieti • thirty4i,, . s.. i: I: laM : '". 1 . 0 ii, It. I Coll.S:t.
I frosts his scanty stock as parting ,arts for lits lit- I mantled: iamb! euly respond, et ;oil Isles's you. tut
. 1 1 ~f. int, se hlack t.•. ..et. ,Jr,•iiivi ,I sal. let, .leer
' thiplaymat••• . 'l'.. !Arius a small , meek "pistol, ' darling. - . . , - . • • 1 complexion, hamitties..nret stress:At se:tried l'. 1 .-
: and to Agssea r isis moat - -highly prized is.ssessism, , To Lo,..itt., the Mow Wa: many overwhelm... t on s., i se li es tie,l- or „ Is . of :1,,,:, 1 , : - 4 ,„ i.,,,•,.,.. ~k i F .
i :Ili' elaborately carved ivory bow and as row of lug. Van' his fosirtecuns year, his weak In- :Ins nest nature:, alike pi .4, 4 1 a in ::.• , i .414,! - , tit: . •.. r
1 Indian workmanship,. the gift of ;I .1 - ereast ti rein- had greatly retarded Isis progres•"•••. while tho es er• I ready to aid a riliend ~C :''t ;:: . I.• '. '‘‘ h' , II : :. r
i • five. The gratified mother took from the neck weaning fondness of his mother, who sought to I
, s top at half tateisorta, its 311:. I iii 11..... ill 1,4 misers
of Agnes :i costly . necklace; to which was sus- compensate her aufferiug
• Inty, for pain audopri- were exeeedingly sherd.: and sin„ 1 ,,,,, ,: l ~,t , ., ! , it
Ipended a 14.eket.tanstaining miniature: , tsf.herself ration, by • surrounding him with- luxuries, peel hi..d s ly g ra cefnli an d win t i l le, 44 . 4 . s , : , • .4,•4• . 9 ~,,ie,
and child, with a lurk of their lefel , sl hair, and induced a dainty' fastidionsneas, whirl omtlered e x q uisite mOdukttion of tea. ail.' I ..,!., tilsin s
I gave it to him as: a keepsake : I them almost neressities to hint. At this peri...l I felt lint selsloot distinenY I. .• .v. d, , a; - - itot , re -
1 Frank •Linses; had s ~vertal the
. els Barris with I his constitution widen-vent one of tlio , e--anttlett I : lon of prefounil Oleferemer I'ex and r•zir, to- I 1.,-
1 good bytekis , ••44,, and treeiv..4 tone aeroMpani,4l i and my-mho-ion. ehange , whiell soln:etiTe-t , sa!ar, I s ure i n the : ‘.,,•i i .ts uf thoi. with vl:. , tit lie .--Ittle
' with heartfelt beiwalitaions frmn
,Nle and.. Mrs. 'and although still delii.ate, he Iseeranie perfeetly i i n ~i ntact , th at mo .t deli t -,,,, . a . : ', srs , •,.;4t•i„1,.. o f
. . .
1-lebertoss„ when hr pawed, and east :i trisidni I well. His . progress was now astimishivat, and a ll fl a tt er y I .
glance toward- the :TA( where Miss Ssetan sat, N
he ,00n out: ti ipped hia4Catupanions both in: Ind- . fie w? _a-T,••..,,sHially , wel.sustea t e , 41,.. t „,,,sly, to
:regarding the whisk - st:ene wills a .40 of aeornful i lea and nossor exereijos. He had 'snit enter, , al „, in a,- ; „...,1,',1,,,i t i y ,,41 ..1„.,,,.,,..„1,1,,,„„b the
complacency She; had been an ebjeet if fear,' est his second tear in college. the lie'-.t Su Iti, ela..-; else, I; . 01' .'•?s , .h./s.si• slightly paled, and her lettel t, isi
altmea ant "ling to tertair, 1.. him. but •tlnt at. anti prePar.al to win, its. hi t hest:hulloes- Ms q uickly witted Wll from. his proffers-I :feeler
fectionatt; boy eould not remetubes:this at ssich a 111 111)111.M was thoroughly roared, slid the , idta of - Ill s e rr a nd -:e .3 s o o n told. li.- 1 4 .4.1, 0e1,," I,
time, and after a slight hesitation, he :I,"lvnnet il r elitoinidting his clut..vti pursatita, which Ise knew accidently Le me aesputiuttat with' f w i ll cta. o i ' •11
With a timid, half donlitfitl step,.:siut rai.ea his ,
, inat-t. Is- the consequenes. of his fat h-s . f dime. , I EO I deeply pa ned him, anti sure tiro bei'..,,• as .
face for a kis , : she had often, when - Ow had I wee: inexpressibly" painful. For .a ineuseuf, he
". lono aml fast rientla there t•Ould le n', less& of
seen little Agues in his arm-u, declared slie ld wou _stood irresolute, until tee tiled to hinealf by the 1 e r e
e m o ny, h a dalreasly taken mea Aii to antic
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rather kiss is toad, and at any other inOlttent. ' noble COlidnet 4 hi.; sir ter, he jeined-her in cow- inst. , their svosr - result-. . lie had fertituately a
would have rewarshal. his 'imprudence i with a forting his father, deelaring hi,' readiue:s - to en- c onsiderable ••
l•
mouut of funds nuinveated...astel
smalt blow,--hut to the surprise or :ell, tike Witt !due , . any toil, or :submit, to any saerities.. . -
never beforeltad he so keenly reallzetl,:the priyi
her lips to receive the proffered salute. : '-‘u •• -s We 11211 yet Lee happy, - gala Mr. fl"berton , .. lege of wealth'with whicithe had pnvcirs -ed the
einnitscal servant did, indeed, tlireeth afttir, oh• : some thee after, ryas sired by th e ath; ! tiossatt: i demands of several of the largest et., iittw , .. -.., sir- -
serve her wet her handkerchief in 041101_4w, and I e lseerfishie:s of his childreu: •'l ball most reg.r. I i lug theirailenee in referenee to the Ulm., The,.
In•VOral times wipe her month, as• if to 'Afar, a ' leaving this old }slave, enlivened for ... many Ihe should prevent to Mr i 11,thert,,o 4..
ls/ further desi med to ~ --liAt ,
i t
stain ; hut she refrained from all remarks nPou I years by your mother's: gentle pre-owe:where 1 token id-friendship, and
'low, vulgar ultstfirts'' during the trastirel.lay ' you were both -horn, and she died; hut even that lenable hint
. t.. \::.--. 4 41i , I'
Bummer passed 'rapidly away, and did Heiser- : moat be borne. We shall be poor, but with in- the . retina, until the crisis, which he judged at
adJ a loan,' sufficient to
tows began to watch anxiously the' arkival of ' .lustry and economy, we cannot fail to obtain a h an d , h a d
pa•-•sed, when it won't' !It. l':1 %'.' to i e...
their favorite, from whom they had bet* prom- 1 emnfortable. support."
,- • pay it. -. ,•
ised a visit, when the spieling tidings catue, that 1 "Sure, brother," . exclaimed Aunt Snsan; w-ho ti Tears of gratitud started to the eyes of Mr.
be . had Mimi a victim to a malignant lei*. then I thrsingh the whole, had' sat pale and dign e
ifiedt I Heberton, as he 4graspetl the halal of hit gener.'
deaolating th a t section of country. Ifetiply,was• I working 14611hdy upon a huge piece of worsted I outt benefactor; nt aftCe a momentary pause, his
his,loas deplored by all the family, and &vi:, mall work I : the ninth true copy of the noble dog of I innate sense of e ctitttde interposed to prevent
months, and even years pissed, leaving his mem- : Lord Eversluitn, seven having already bee se
.1 his accepting aid; he could not repay . and he
ory still green in the' heart, of thie-e Who bid 1 stowed in Innwelcome presents, on atimany -
.Y ' frankly stated the complicated difficulties of his
loved trim sn . utli
I -• ,
- '-friends. who , had been seduced into au unfo tu- petition, and his utter hopelessness of retrieviu . 7
i nate admiration of the tirat—the pr es ent being his affairs- His friend was, however:, resolute,
designed for a singular inflection) vouch:Ong and he was . at-length forced to yield, Stipulating
neither consolation nor comment—"surely; you ' that he 'should receive the only security in his
5 10 not contemplate, because you happen to have power to offer, vii. a mortgage on his real estate.
failed, - giving up all your property?" . ' This setfled, this guardian angel of the unfor- -
. "Every cent, Susan," returned. Mr. Heberton,' t oma t o , turned t o L uc i us , who b o a iltresse dlii s
feed cent. My creditors, many of them, are intentioniit %Icing college, as hit'llould, not hear
• "WhY , Susalh what on earth can belt lo• danyer
of my eliihlreu's a•Niieiatiue , •with little Frank
Linsey!
-If it will not harm your chililren, - angwered
she ; -it 6. certainly highly imptper for the
grandchildren of General Heberitin and the
great-grandchildren of Lord Cardigan, to associ
ate with little %arrant like him You forget,
brother, that ono: of the hest blood in this coun
try and Europe', row in !hi: reins of your ehil
dren."
'An idea tuna better suited hi their gresit
grantgather than to them," •rr plied Mr Heber.
ton -Thank God, itch nonsense - is exploded
bete' The rich can ruminant' respect only thnutgh
talent and ex•ert hut, while the towereNt ,if he pos.
:+ility and -truggle may ri:aeli
the lint hest. distinct ion '
The - lady ..-cr;werl up her lip, at thi- remark,
until, liks; a mi•-er . • pur.-s• sin the e‘s. I a
billion, the% gnomes! elsigesPagainst all eg5...4; but
st fengh esp,...tting them; 'aid,
Hilut in-spite 01 tire 'walk value yasit ~et upon
it, it is likely ni isruve sif the higlic,4
I 4-ant an Eitglh-lt latel;%, *ha ...aid
Lord P:verAtant, tln p„•-rut incumbent sii that
hraneh, was ti.s.hh. The Ever.-hatles. vssu krww.
tirs s m her. aro 'tweeted--
kilo* aid 111 . 7 t v
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umtlit!rofter, , l t) you. whirlt you undutifull%
gigreetl to neenid. on conilitiou you tniyht burn
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!*- Ith:berton laugheil heartily at the recoil:
lint a moment after:the Pain thi4 thought :
thri;ai "hail catu-cil his gentle, and with the ,
ttion of thin ou tln , c 0 re o(unr.
excellent Mother,- recurring to lit- mind, hi ,
%aid in a -gifteuetl tone,
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"It wr4 3 utoht undutiful threat, and I cles . ered
A 4.iggiug for it. Li it
. were to occur again..l
1 would areept it, and %Serer the boutifr instil the
day t.. her death And mt tub' chil
dren may inherit th.: tith and e-tate.
lEieri-liato' • • -
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,o, in.,t,ette -1101114 Ite taken iu i tlteir vtittemiuu
halloo 41./W 'agar ideas eats 11. 1
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Ili. :ingry uu..sl bad pa.i4e4.
4.11% remarkea in i g.k.l-nat urea tone,'
have :1 Iree, Str,ari, }on eau
1.1 . ‘ lleplorahle ignorance n. to the' ori
yal...r.itir illmdriou.
'T., Le • are." ammere.l a very compla
•••it in tlie rif,igu
...Ili tulle;
I a .tag which h a d turned upon the king' , favorite
hound. when the remainder the pack and the
, hunistiteu were to. far in the rear to interpose.
L,The grateful !lion:trek kuirittea hint ou the spot
and be , bare4'lll , oll him the title aiiiie,tate , of
Evershatto
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. thr brute beams might Lwtts..r
have readers%) Hat what were tlm family It'-
Iluly pete..ant: ,
.F.raticis way by aevitleut
teener the royal trait, at that fortunate notnetet
The title antl estate-. of Carsligau were heNtolveti
ley Henry VIII flit the . elelest !Um e.f the tay4ses
por of the Hate at that peri4for skillitellyyten
cealhay from the :Atari) ties Wolsey, a fetter
to hi-, g ar. , tlinNtf of Ever.leaue twin!!
1 rallmrel red to the mteonil pmt " -
"And ",;,, Susan, the 1,64. , k. ',oil pollotine:
taint sit plebeiani , nt once eloug to our' famit).-
Now, sister,, I 11111 iltrit;#s to know the. exact pro- 1
ce,:s by whiOt thi, wouslerlitl metamorphosis ut:ci`'
effected. isl the mysterioto y,irtite, reside in
the glittering Weldon, with ivilkis 'the veolasle
was laid titan, *its. , crouching forni of stir an.t .4-
tor,—or %Vat it merely the agent through which,
by some electric prs)ce,.... the eharut wide's-eking
esl the thiek, Fiagnant puddle tilling the wins
of rraneis I'inkin. into the dear, limpid airreut
which 'sustained the life of 'Lord Franeis,liver
satant, way trauAnitted direct lion, the puny arm
lot the hunchback' tyrant'?" -' -
The lady bent :s wi=lful. inquiring-glance op
lois the face of die . ..peal:yr. half deceived is' the
Iwriiitti, gulet tom: in which these word, were tit
tered, but noticing the meaning sinile which
lurked in 'it he..0nt0...0f hi , I.yes' : her face . be
muse livid , with rage ; her thin lips Were pursed
up to their smallest dimensions; and a strangling
noire se,enited strowliug in her throat. (In their
almost nutobt;rles-4 dispute , ' upon
.this subject,
her /mother hid often, when -she fancied herself
the most , iecure, quietly decoyed her into mottle
admissiodexposing the absurdity 4 het; ideas,
the insist istortif)ing of all dilemmas.) At length
she contriVed to aupurse her lips. sufficiently to
mutter . siotnethinig about "Vulgar, lovr.beru
ideas," stid.retired front the room.
Mr. Heberton gazed after bar a noteent,"ap
pareatly well pleased with this teriniaatiou of
the akinaish, awl then advangx4 to meet his
ohiklrett, whose he loaded with titres:les, while
he . the bead, and -spoke wore_ of sprain
81 50 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE
ERIE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER r, 1853.
and eneenragetut•nt to their ronipaision, that kin
the 3 r i, k glow Of . 3111101“fiffil fe 3
tnret:. •
cuisiirTElt •
Old Father time; (a very staid, f4ilenii, equable
character, who always takes sixty Steps u a min
ute, sever accelerating bis pace at the call of la
ded youth or eager expectancy, to,whiWa his-feet
assmo shod with irone--oF pang eft the ag-
ouized prayer of vain - repentance yearning to re
trieve wasted opportunitiEs, to who' tu each joint
appear-s _tipped withswings,) has tray.slled ssines:
the et ent-.'reetinled ins the last chapter, -I'ourtessu
year on journey iovrants.eternity;
1n die dean, smooth pains of each 61:1 . 0 . , de-tiny
hi- tlaily allotment of joy and 'sorrow, Bare And
toil : !slanting .1 huge slot here. a- Griot'
gleam Of sunshine shed , a transient liszlit over
- the'pathwaS• of exis . tence, or drawim_s_ broad 4:sik
line- this ie. sleep grief altte . ...t .e-41w-s—
-mite light of rxi tense,—land-marks front tthi ,
his prsTrsid- i.s to be !Inrever after 10.6'01 I , V
heart I
lrotnol the utan-ion of the Ileberton- lattlft
tle change ha.- (wettired. The syritee
with it- tall ellurch spine, nods to,zily in the .1i- •
[anew,' the rin;tiehralge . sp.uni the littl.i murmur
ing itnlant, and-the sweet white cottaw, with its
smooth gravel walk and cheerful flower pra..n
in front, and its, well-trinued frnit orchard in the
rear, iore:ents the 'tame effinbinatimi up:itue
and ta4,t. rtirti f -implieity with 111 : rctioetnent
-
of wealth
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of hi , father'; ineurrituz the mlightest , expense as
hi ',:it-count, Irbil" h. wu lepeodent for even him
-illt-i , tenee upon illy bolinty of another,
upon wlic.nl
cuurwe Iwy
,,nur frquily
'Tlitive. t thiuk,'.3....aurien-ation for thii ad
to filial tity. On fay -joessey
hitll , r. i bail a Aare erahratiion in the Elm: Mr
- .-wisa heing brullutr-iu-law to your father's
priuvipal 'knew :- , sutething of hid cubit
ra-e•isietit-.. Ile ineklentoliy alifO.led to a vaatail
e% :it N'estl'oint, in hat district, and
pen- farmer pent haus fie- the prqf pr
eiwerfully ac.aslisito .. tuyreitta
au.i )04.11 hair OUly t‘, nette r an ,,,,
tsuilitiat.al. L lAteitt , ..who j)retionsly to eider- -
in.; ....liege. ita l ,l expresseki strong desires, sternly '
op r " , fattier, to enter Wait Pniat. eould
leo di', tiu l sullitleut w.irkis . toexiaes. his jtiiatal
grafi; 4.1,. at. this proislsal. which under any air
outwit:gm wf mi. I have Malt treurelymtilifying
• . - . •
Fre.leriek Mine, the beneficent genius
tv11:-;..; .ipiii - lr.tute arrival bail titua.....tatk‘sitaiii
;it• csitiliw, into pr
bait
"atttlu-at of joy: in the 19:01Nitm .if Hittiterton, wan
i i„. „ r oil, of hi-friend; Sonthentei.,.
lArt it: hut t r ‘a. the 144.1 titiry.2dr- a resilient 0 1
that poritoi he had Liven a vie--
it.; at, .Mr. lleliertou's, and young, as Agnes war..
had;i yotir pr 0 . 1.,44,1-for hand. Hof
hav,• rej.;ieed. her-father great,
ly, hut It,. 41; T liued, anti lu wonbl oht.in such
. 11.13( 1.1.0 •#llt r, te,r fro! v•fley. Tlt. disappoiut
.4 toverqendeapired ht' the It/6,st passionate pru
f..--...zhan- of to •eitang her deiieioe.
• ,e
b u t i tt :1114 st 1."#.111 , 1 it .•
h•••
tittitlite citY,.auti returned -K. hislSontla;
. .
eru laittar, from' whew.- .It had just, returnnil.
111,1 Mi.,: was pill thinking • his hr ,
tie jalfeet 'sa l t ea 4,
llni ntatut;;r. :-.sin
tl; aft .1* a All.ll Ivitverrativs. lie infornie.i
iite;ll'that had been als-ompani,4l -So c i l i t
hi- the dattgliter'of a welltlty Southerner.
•-•ii.rite att. re.l hrudw ~ .t• 111. ire sineere
ulation Lail her -. ",:•=t
omerl. no4l
•er.;'lnwrn -I,w
- .ill. A r.
p4t are
Thi A Ili:tu); i•ontaiu '
nifit• by name Fters)tt.
whi, hitt•ly piayiug tiff :s -tiletttfiti ttam.
of .t.:l•4i-vlity in 01.1-4. part 4 • . .
•Ji ha- hit -4 bei . .,u rugs ,l Su
a sei-h•-. i if nix:ration; which he limin
Lead ritunglt tp . sita.nagit.
bl,„•ki keat t• Ili , ' i•ht-,-" hi. I orestne ft , vintiteti wnr
th,• .tud persisted - in iu=iug yttott
dollar to J rents Piddlet-,, that
'nor." I. ! rtiits tittin hint-, If. 'Finding bitust-It
iirirtined nf hi- moue% not • bating" plittk
t.. atc:y ilettptitlets. h.
ptir.Q by a
~r wbliat honld .daule by it •
-.,1 11 ,• le inn 4 untg r niti , . le;, Ile. untruentAo7'--lik•
r
.lf;
SEll
n'• e'.{.• an d .le:tri , t friere}, rrife's relative
nt•iy..o...lltrk-, awl lie oinain , -.1 from one of then'
II ,o) Ontlyan of itiiint 131po.
r ;•.:1 • pie Igo'. ollater
Ile. plite•-ii-it in the ;l o t
nil it perrei.i iii hi- intt grity. l i.•
serip . i W.l t I All 4;4 t.. .1
ISED
fitt- 1,-tter
.4•41..41tt It..t 143 - LtAt'lltatitilit Oilt a•Le ID
tkt 6itt••exprt•-...,
of tin. In tli.• lit.mtinitfor hint
6,10 hy. forgitv'te: r..at•totnnit.ot .v.tcloibt Lank •
Tit•• ,•:t - act :moony ot II is. Cl intiva li t i t -
14 t 4 .6 •
ty.: ; • " :.•‘•
.114 14-mu .1 Nruzlikati-i
-;:tTil.. -I.tt'l , l t ,•11, ihr eAKkill Bank. t.e.0.014 h;
4h • itiuk. 4 I;ltgi' >1111) it N. ,1 •
1111 3 1 f )! p 11.1.• -4,,.11Wi1t;h• Irhtlt
mut, '4 , -+ •
t r ot!.. 111 40: iii,•.p.Lth•l
mint -I. bill -,111. .1 1.1 • •
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t•I t to•k - f:1;Pfl•ll !•• •
u.• ilets •l• 10.0,3•Je••
vtittp•
i.l- - .44, wit;
f - 1 friend-
2181 - 111. z.
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, ••t 1111 , 1:; rfyt hi- , extb:.• (PI
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-11,• sill 1Pil.1(11414e!ily •
hint t - 1. , u
t.);:t ratil t !n•.4\ e:s; goer, ru
Itiellr nl,t .tti% • t t utu
t;"1,•.;: ISi iiaiu
11'•• .11, t1...t Os- paper , ,, in 'jn 11
read vc,i)Ll'.., , ftl:.
awl t h.. otitlider,liciiti mimic
.le%ll w 1... 1•ile j)4llriy bejr, him from,
'-slitry.:ti,4l, 7 ,- ,ioultt tt",,t !hey:iroutd 14151 wan
jed hint 'with t
11.2ing: J 4H-1.m.1,'
well-ealiwyted thiisf, i 4 With tie wlkl
(-at kiiitt wativ repiobtaioss. Oh
!--tholi mupte eirrt 1r - •
/add .
A Witt FTLER. 7.": A 1..‘ in 'Vermont, anne4t444l4
tm i to wor t : j ug.. o ow prone to- wkitttiu::.
that, :lc :J.won a.: nay s by himself, be sui‘ausei
totqly ortintenee.l . Whei veleep, thr enn.. le
o r . hi‘- h lungs,.were :4=3 e ,, rupl-t.•
Iv exteatenated iu the astv.leitimi, he atbi.4l , •3
with zo,toni , hing shriller-4$ A yak. - count.' ,
nauee, li.. of appaitt;, mid nlmoiot total Morqr.t
ti.in rengt It, ftentvinefl.t hiq mot her it wadi
coil in death, it not, speedily over.:ome; weni h
Wa.act'Ottiplished by placing hituin flu .voeicty
another buy, who had orders to give him a Mou
es soon as he began. to whistle
•
. Sri - rum; .t CA.ent orCioNsermttcr.—.-We :4;11
ha . vi. a Witlly recollection of the way in which
Sc,utli Rear . Manilla! , ?ettleil a east"- -of ctunxienc , •
The utisoionary fiat rebuked him for the iin
~ t
14.7gat'OY, and hi. wa • much grieri. .after
'day or two he returneil„his faietkradiant with. joy
"Meal right' now One wife. ..He very gi..l
ehriatitua." .
i. , What tli.l you did with the other
asked the utisiiionity. "31e eat ber_ . ,7". - -
air rip tnse4 in Boston for this presest ~ a t
are 76 rents far every huntliTd 4411arit.
INT Water - fro*, as inch Welt it the tile
House, White Mantas*. I ttirtit
,i.
MI
NUMBER 2(1.
EN..I
An Aristocritie Seoundrek
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