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tr.rji.-ieTit advertisetb cats rr,ust be
or in ad* int-e,
Atlyertisements rrtnst b. mnrked for
o-i ar lena'.h ot'tim^,
or
iPuhliahnr
¥AlMJS O AND TLMBiCK LA.NP
ALSO,
lij Property in St. Anthony,
A E A O S ST/'OLOCtV
•'(ul'jiK, iROTTSBUttC SYRA USB, Namwau
81: & 3IILLE A
Shares in Uie.Towii of Hanover.
ipHN L, WILSON,
ry&AIXR 1 ESTATE,
/.OI'D, MINNESOTA.
r# rt 1
XTPKK TOrtN SAINT Cl.Ol'0.
:.\H:
t'er* ii Grain, Flfur, Pork, Bacou,
iio'is'ons generally
j-icud ateuticn pad to Consignments
dvance3 mady if required.
poods ftored for die eost s:da of
river above, crossed free of
)t.
tURTI-ia. U.C.I.ESTCR.
Ctivtiss, «5 T.pster
oijilARN'S HOUSE,
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8 A I O SI
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they will be
ii«w^ and charged for, #itil ordered
a: A paid. ',
••••Artl N'.'i'lees before Mttrriaires. or I
precedence of refulnr advertise-1
F. O T'.
A) J!-.' It I N r. I. 'I' A fe
•i [mtMrtAirrtl ox MANO, A t.r.«'t QlIJl^'/^'nr or
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frMjpg oiid CoJhttiifsion Morrhani^s
k\ vn %$inx££-J%l r-
Cloud, Wtnot^l Minneisko, Wa.e- A I
... kient. on uicnie*invested..wunthcoid
graves Town & C6i
4INI A N O N MINNESOTA
'Ov\-ii-llQ the Suspension Bridge.
5ij0t LVafta on New. York., Land W.r.
iuft\ Sought and gold. ''Money loaned
revived on deposite.
iv' REFBiifi'NCBt
d^pOTank, New York City,
'. Sliver, Cash., Yates Co. Bk..N. Y
uto|\l2 & Edffri:on, St. Paul.
m« of r.k in. Elgin, 111,
i? Sue- Sank, Chicago.
ddag Bank,
eplifit Tsiiller.. 'Henry Swisshelm.
'-.'yUXER.&SWISSHKLM,
aEALBR S IN REAL EST ATE,
W ter reet, Lower Town, Si. Sfjloud.
vmT?£M0EB & PERKIN5,
^vfcokr.alei.nd Retail nisalers in
tf£ftfiC£ .HIES and PROVISIONSCloud
GMtODSj .:. ,,
i. CLOfUIKG,'- ««,.:
i/J), KOOOTS & 8HOB3,
•sVOOBEW WARE drb,&b.
C»pe»i,1'-"vf St. Abthaxij', Hirnwcta, ifrtrrHftrv*
V. I I I
CABMNTEEJ
utorn Doon8, Circular or Gothic-Head sash
iltfJmds p.hd Frames,, or. any other desired
at*.,rn made to order at short notice.—
KilnMried lumber constantly 05i'hah4^-'
Nil*, rpoors and eash for sale, at my
^ar.'in'.cti'/ry,' on Firat a^reeV hear the
f«aflr,-:House. ... .!'•.' •••:•).
£sNEY'McKBNTY,
pwfa E»t«ie
a
.... *°\0 n«*Lfuto B,vurity. Offlc0 in yay'or't cor
4 0 0
1,r
Si. Oioud, .'an. !. 18S7. I—»
Dealer iu Real Estate and Qenera! Af^ent
LAATROS
1
sttd 'i'own Lft'.e b-nVi
J:ia.l. HSfi
WINONA, iWNNEHOlA.' twentv-hvecents per annum
"ifir sale, Prair ?, Timber and Bot
.ktidsin sonthlm/Minnesota. LnU j-i-^ 4 inr-ri
A
jtieta loans onfarm se. urltes, AW rAtl?£®£?l
rr i.r»
liBwirtiMwii
O BKAUTlVwr. HOTEL IS SIT-
a)ton'th bluff rW* above the ovrev Fwrv ',
the tnwa ft Srfiit Clouri. rorAuiatutinir on* of tin
•nwtWnitfuiAn.'i iM»'untV|«wi on the Wsslssti pi Rs
t'•.—it lijis l*nn ci'h) 1eti»1 only afewijionUte., and tin.
firtwrlefor
I I 1
nil w)o ntav visit fins pl««e, that
ti«'.V than tinfl it r-lcflnr* in ,11 rftwet* :~-&rul Mint hi.
tsi.ie *HAH f(,.,tiin ev»rv rmuwv avi! liwnry wtaleh p«'i
0* «hfnim(| bp)h /if home ami places *elow. ti is his in
«nUw" nltvR'm to hep|i ti)« above hotel ad first clnes
b»t*l iu every respect.
,, C.T., STEARNS.
N. N. S I
E A E I N E A E A E
OiOFirJe on River Street oppo ite the Ferry,
Ail permits iVrt!'5.ii» to invest v.'ds or Tovn prop
erty In narMi' tha ruihitry whteb isiins'vrpu«,.fi In'soil
nn-il 'rsui.lU' fi'.Unsr npvri'U trme• setters, cnn And
avoraWe «tin»-'»niif lv* arplviTi* to toe iinWsiianpi.
Pi-op«rtr tbr In tfie burn, nf MVffi.vd, Pt. O
NewMtrjr. Ih-Mtshtff*, afllle t.ne, ami RU the best paving
oirnt in f)il« part if fch* eanntWt the location of whlslj
tniiv he m-i) hv rciered to the map:
January 18*?. N N. SMITH
LOTS KALI*.
A
few rthoka buslnea LOTS for isle In lo-ww
MTJ.T.E LAC.
Lots its Mila'Jje fojf ti)i», eliear enttji OMIT
V. N. SMITH.
A ftw Low In 8t. Ctwil ibr sale. For »B*!I on!r.
Tiv R. A SMITH.
STSSON Si^JLD-RN
A S f"\EAr,K t« HEAL ESTATR. A.Vn nENEaAt
I!,0I.' Una A^/w, Ut!.?.il.-.iiKhtAnil aoid. Land W*r-
Lomned or.
Avei.u* air Ctutla'Street,"Saiat3i»n.linif,
Cloud Mi a
TflOMAa
A.LDUK- JPRANKLIN 8TSSON,
H. BARRETT.
CV? i? Engineer fy Surveyor,
Office on ttivvT c(.re«t Lowei'St. Cloud.
B. Mapa of all Sarvfved Lan'd# »nd PIAIO
lie !.»»a(lii'^r Toirnn of Northern Ml»ih!uta,c »t
I'u IH h»d at njr Offictt Inn, is sr
iff. J°. NOEL,
chtJXT? snavjivoR & ci n€'EWOINEKR,
W.-uld re.'ijctfully iiitbrm the Citizens of S Clrtnl
rod »h6 puolic jfriiorvllj, tbut he will promptly faitli
ullv attend to *i bmtiiio** entouated to hi* care. «let
at ie»-rric at hi resdetice. Lower Kt. Cloud H.-T
IfJ J/ES P. KENNED Ki
Of
MASOJ* PLAS-TERKR
SoHcifa'Khe patronage of *li persona l5 pead of the
fvicus of pr*ctit il mason e.Jtd plasterer— Hi* hog ex-
i«fi(-'i o»»
'••, .double the usual rates
stayed advertisements cne half more
if'i'..? ft'gular rafett.
S8 A'-t commanteations on hn3 r.ecs
i-ftcted v.-iih the paper to he addressed Shojv--Cliff street, near Lowry's landinar
s».«i»»b bsani-hea of uade, aaaurai bim
•vilU'lvounivnisa! satisfaetimi as rtaeonable
e-barges ascau be d'.-t:«"!:/ anv one*-\
Si, Cloud JHU. 1. 1S57. tf-
CLARK CARLISLE,
A N E S A O E S
VFptdil respeevfuay inform itwuiki/.fyiR of St. Cloud and
.-ic.uity ihsttl.ty ere rwoly to coniti»tt for the erection of
h'iiWinjfs, un tha Titwt liberal $rmn
Tt«s praotlsod in the Hart as an Architect
narevlien ^»tI«fic».ioi to all who may Rive
hiffaiigiiius ft pi'JTUo.or p\niio eHiftoe'
-ny Uumher ot h'iil'iinjfs th a Tioi liberal j«rra
llr-Cajitsits h*»t» S praotiso trtth Har as an Architec
and BuildRC, gnirti-tie satit
dim a eaUcdtttet
plsnji and apiyiiieatioiia r'uruUlied. OfH.ce-^afcond story
.r^rw{Sor?
ild'tan War
... ...... .-.,..A»V ittwsakujnwta
inada Jor oartica n\ a dittao^e, whieli— will lusuve
100 per Cr»t.,p.jr anuiira.
RRVERBSrCKS
Hen. H. M. Rico, W&lifneton Cl^V.
Vnf. O. Brady, S«W Vor ft',
"Welles* Srroftg, Hartford, 0HIQ
JCra'nford,-Civtmbtin St Co ..C
'.. -V. Ad-.it.Chto»,'o
P. A I 0
J^a Wat^h-maker and Jeweller,
att Kiftn o»
I'8'"^'** the U-st msttner, ju.d.i»-n r«a*on3'o)a term*.
ca«».'*mly on hand,
t-trst street.,, opposite tba Surra's iiouso, Lower St
few clioice 3.t» ta St. Cloud, sor sain ny
VVjLS'T*
riTHRKK THotf.SAXO POL'R HUNiRF.O ^CRES
J. of Land, B.ni.on and Ph»rboorr.fj cotmtjps for
'*.
fc
3. P. VI7FO N Miwif .'nolla, or
3f. WTLfiON, St. Cloud!
W i. rARSONS. MOXtfAN.
PAHtfONS, & M0KGAN.
I Counaerors at Law ar,d General Agent3,
nwi,i0fr"-*&*****
'that we jruarantee
/IOWTUP
or. rr«t»r
E 3 S I E 0h E
UPPER MISSISSIPPI!!!
Head of Steamboat Kavljatioa &c«
rpiIE: Proprietors of East ^aint Cloud
are now prepared to dispose of'ots
iu this bcRUtitully legated town, on the
most favorable terms. Bast Saint. Cloud
is the terminus of the airline road nin
ninjf from the Mississippi river to Supe
rior City.und passing through the towns ot
Newbnrgb, Manchester, Brottaburgh,5yra»
case, FortHtia, Trenton and Twin Lakes:
these towns are growing rapidly and will
bring much trade to this point. Jt'rail
road to Superior City will undoubtedly
follow the direction of this air I've road
iri a few years, and there is every reaisVtt
to beiievc tbat a laihoad will be built by
means of the recent land grant on tjio
East side of the Mississippi, crossing, the
river at East Cloud to connect with the
main trunk railway which wtd touch'-St.
Cloud the west side oh iu way to the
Red River of the North.
A daily line of stages connect East St.
with St Anthony and St» Paul. A
Post Office is established hero and i« now
irt .operation'.
.- ,, I N N E S O A
Offers no better oppottunity for invest.
ment thtin'can be found atJEast St Cloud.
It ia*. the startirtgr point for expeditions to
the Great Valley of the Red Ki7er of the
North, and wi.l command a 'large tradd
from that region and also from the rich
agricultural valley of the Sauk River.—•
Valuable improvemeota are being made
in East St. Cloud.
For further inforiiation inquire of Col.
John Emerson, at the' East St- Gloud
Hotel Beede & Meadehhall, Minnearjolie
or the subscriber at the Stearns House,
St. Cloud.- i'•••'. rttym
THEO.
mfW&ftft&p
Agfltic an4 Attorney for tb« .- Easl St.
ClbudCo
AttHto tlio CfeUUrca of Isinel that tli9y go forward."—Exoou,
On the lofty brow of k'n??,—
A vronderfui peal of exceed ng price,
Whose virtue shall not decay,
Whose light shall be a spell to thee,
iiiiiimfijii'iji
fOETEf.
The Pilgrim and tlto lady.
Oh lady i'jiir, the«e silkn cf mine
Are huautiiul and rare
The richest web of the Indian loom,
Whivh thy beauty's i-eif ml^ht wear
Anti these pearls are pure as thine own
f.iir net k,
Wih whose radiant light they vie
I have biougl.t ihetn wi roe a weary way,
Wih my gentle lady Luy?"
And the lady sraili'd on the worn old man,
Through the dark and ciuf-terirg turls
Whkii veiled her brow—and she fitoop'd
to view
Hia silks and .elittering pearls.
As she placed their trice in the old mau'a
hand,
Asid-ftghtly she bin*d away
But she paused at the wanderer's earnest
call,—
Will roy gentle lady stay!"
CMi! lady fair, I have yf-t a gem
Which a purer lu tre flings,
Than the diamond-flash ot the jewel'd
crown
And a blessing on thy way."
The lady glaneed at tie mirroring steel,
Where her youthful form was seen
Where her eyes shown clear, and her dark
locks waved.
Her claspmg pearls between
"Briag forth the pearl of exceeding worth,
Thou traveller gray and old,
And name the price of .thy precious.tjo.m,
And my pages shall count thy gold."
The cloud off from the lgr m's brow,
As a sm-dl and nr gte bouk,
Ui'chasid by gold cr.diamondg^m,
From his folding robe he took'*—
Here, lady fair, is the pearl of price—
May it prove a3 *ui'h to thee
N:»y. kt-ep thy Kold—I ask it not,—•
For the word vf God isfi cc!
The hoary traveller went his way
But the gift he left bt hind
Hatn had ifs pure and perfect work
On th hijih-borM rnaiden's mird §«,:
And she hath turned from her pride of sin,
To the lovelini ss of truth,
And giien her huinun heart to God
jia the beauteous hour of youthJ
And. she hath left the old gray halls,,
Where an evil faithJrtAth^awer,
And the courtly knights Of ber father's
train,
And the maidens of her bower:
And s1 bath gene to the Vaudois vale,
By lordly teet untfodt
Where the poor and needy of earth are rich
In the perfect love of God.
[WHIXTJF.R'S SISTER.]
THE.COtTlTTESS' WELL,
1Y MAJOR C. CAMPSELL.
rieSj which she was obliged a£ times
to attend, did she imbibe a. single
breath of the poHuted air in which
t'.t heart and mind of her father float
«d^—as the night-vulture lives in^
and exults over, the carrion which
rots beneath it. Beloved by her de
pendants, she yetjfound iu her associ
ates no cdngeniality of mind or dis^
position to draw forth the deep love
liness of her nature* until, amidst the
gay crowd of knights and gallants
that aocorivpanied her father on his
triumphant return to Framlingham,
she met the young Richard de Vere,
the favorite gentleman of Henry the
Second. Of noble exterior and gen
tle mariners, there was moreover a
rtv^moless., something that attracted
the countess's attention and that
It
The death of King Stephen, and geance, he levelled the most dei?oia
the accession of Henry the Second to ting curses.against Constance, should
the throne, elicited that spirit of tur-.1 she continue to encourage this ad
bulenca and rebellion among'the no- dresses of the detested De Vere.
hies which then rendered the heart MAny weeks had passed, and, se
of England an arena for perpt'tUal! parated fTom all intelligence of him
fend, treachery* and revolt. she .'loved, while she was hourly per
geeuted by the disgustfula.ttentionsof
Among i\te Flemish army tmder[the Baron |eCHchy, the hapless CJU
the command of Leicester, who aid-I stance had long ceased
.*« To breathe the aroma of indiv irfual
happine33.',
ed the rebellion of the princes, was a
nobleman of immense wealth. To
this chef of one of the prbtidest fami
lies in Flanders, Dc Bigod, with that,jmerrilly,
jmleulating policy which character-|\ the young
ized all his actions, bethrothed his bride"of the richest^ noble in Flanders^
only daughter without studying the rand, while warlike groups assemble
nature of her sentimeuts towards heriori the battlements and in the court
rude arid ill-nurtured wooer. Thes!yard$ of Framlinrrham, and active
CH**, XW.
STEARNS CO, MINNESOTA,. THURSDAY,- DECEMBER 10 1857 NO. 1.
But the lovers still met—daily* al
most hourly, in the rejgal train of
Henry II and ere lo^ig the conspi
racies, which were maturing under
the auspices of the ungrateful De Bi
god against the monarch, occupied
so entirely the time and attention of
the rarl, that lie utterly forgot that
his daughter was left to the unre
strained society of her lover while
his own restoration to the sovereign's
favor was cause "sufficient for a tem
porary suspension of his friendly in
tercourse with the Baron de Ciichy,
with whom, nevertheless, a elandes-
plot,
chiid~-had been reared in that magni- breakirig heart might be heard sob
ficent splendor so dear to her father 'bing out in desperate griefin a retired
•but the atmosphere of arrogance and noclc of those' rich park-grounds!,
opulence, taliped not thVma^^^ alone find tern
ity of her nature and she sprangiup porary retirement. Beside a deep
iri the forest Of Framlingliam, as fair and dark pool of watcrf whence (as
and as pure as its own wild flowers',.j it was said) the river Ore derived its
Nor, while mixing in the court revel- I source, under the shadows of embow'
1
mutual sympathy which showed it- Jf-,,M Oh Bichard,'* she. cried,"-fi w^at
ss-{ perfidy cat^ exceed^that of the/cBild
self between congenial souls, in de
pit*- of/ajj-'the^reasoR^n^'XOinraQn-' ^feo^dek^^
place a against ariin- fe if
flu^ncl,.. nnive^rsally icknowicdge#":'-".^rhoitviyou,: r^m^^i:f(^^Ml
thong**!litt'.o '.uu^rstood,' sbori lad, to laqurnfully
thus redoubled, and, swearing ven-
lies in Flanders Bigod with that for to-morrow's sun will see stinct, disembarrassing h»i lover from
calculating policy which character the yOUri countess a bride-—-the the burthen of her arm, she left him
atfreiedoin for defence, and in silent
anguish watched the conflict. It
wasf brief, for the foot of De Vere,
coining tn contact with a root, hei
Countess Constance de. Bigod—-de- preparations for strife—unimpeded by slipped and fell., Constance then
prived at an early, age of a mother the bridal arrangements carrying on
whose existence^ possessed but the' wifpiitt its walls-—are stirring all
one charm, the atiection of a devoted faLrotmd the castle, a heavy and
ering willows, sat Constance, pale
arid colorless as the lilie^that cluster
ed at her feet. ut notlong alone—
not long unheard were the sobs"that
ever and anon, broke from her bttr
thenedbosom a soimG is'in her eaig-~«
she listens, half startled, half hope
ful and in a moment the walli a few
paces from her, bears a living load
(n the noxt, Hichard f^e "Vere is at her
feet!' .'
Ci
And now the castle bells areringing screamed not,bat with a woman'* in-
**V h.$ih .-•
The King of England commands
yott, dearest/' he pleaded-^for your
own sake-rrfor wne-^he forgives to
the child the parent's crime, pfovicjed,
she obeys las behest ho will receive
Us as Ms childrenA ho Wlll.be our
safeguard as ho is our rightful sove
reign
M-yoi
ivamwmmmu jpsswpps1sTiWs«yssis^ swip sisnw mmmwiirm*mB\Mmw)sxa*skss* 'jwwwmevtaMHbmtmsm*
a perfect understanding of tb^ir feel
ings.for each other.. But neither of
them..".were slow to perceive that
'Richard de Vere's attentions to bis
child vera utterly distasteful to the
earl. Tlso truth was not for some
time known to them} and the mother
of Richard, in early youth, had reject
ed Earl Hugh for the more worthy,
if lesi powerful, De Tere and the
heart of De Bigod could only throb
with hatred towards the son of the
woman who had scornfully refu.-?ed
his hand. The consejuenco was,
that when ilicliard sought an inter
vieAV with the Earl, and declared his
passion for Constance, he was at
once,-and with the tnos* pointed hau
teur, rejected while his daughter
was for the frm tirne told that she
was soon to be the bride of the Baron,
de Ciichy.
baughty baron to quitting these mag
nificent waNs for a sovereign's pror
lection--an impoverished lover's af
fection Yen reject me'—-you reject
iJ
tine. correspondence, was carried on
until such time as the open revolt of
Henry's unnatural sons sanctioned his whom she now beheld approaching, of De Ciichy to the .beautiful Con
own defection Happily, meanwhile, a dark and frowning face for a mo- stance, whose imaginarj prowess in
passed time with the young lovers ment appeared above the bushes of thus divesting lierseif of.' a hated
Youth and love step on, baud in hand, [box that skirted'the pool, within _si/rht wooer, ^oa her only a«dmiratien,
through this strange world, forgetting I and hearing of the spot where the wliile irom that period the dark pool
that clouds are gathering over head, 1 lovers had so lately commimedv Theiaf ths Ore received the a me of THE
while around them creeps the un- linnet, which plumed its pinions among
noticed mist of coming darkness!—- the leaves, flew away affrighted tit
But this cloud comes—the mist thick- the mute eloquence of deadly haired
ens—and thus a singular coincidence -'which gleamed fro.ii two red andday
led to the .discovery of De Bigod's.[fiery eyes, as they
treachery, whilst the discoverer was treating countess
no other than Hichard Be -Vere
secret lover of hts child 1
alty
to
liiinself constrained to reyeal the per-: gle-handed shall I avenge my wrongs.
fidy of the father of lu»..^niisfrej to At the tenth hot*? I shall" be "here.''
the ting but not before heliad im
parted hip intentions to Constance,
who?'* while she irnplored mercy for
her parent, too keenly felt how unpar
donable his conduct was, to endea
vor to prevent her lover's intention
U:t.L'..i'!.lUli!ii! B523BWiSKWB««HW
y&nw'to. •'''•^WtOWATT, Published.
loyalty, for tyrany and high treason," jcxtinpuishiii/f existence—was heard}
Noi no?, «hc exclaimed, but arid as she gazed dovm into tha wa
would falh be the d.itifvd daughter as ters,. everything, even her wounded
well as the faithful subject. No, lover was forgotten while the glar
Richard de V'ere, I wed no baron—jing eyeballs ot the drowning wretch
sooner dieJby mine own hand." jwere rivetted upon Iter face for a.
',' Aitfl Constance de Bigod can re- moment, antjl then the dense mass of
concile herself to rush unbidden into water covered ail.
the presence of her Heavenly Father, Wherrshe again looked up, Richard
.ather than temporarily offend an de Vere was standing beside her, and
earthly erring parent.'* then she fainted away. But her tra-
She bent her head betweert her dition is told." Stunned for a mo
re
dared not interrupt. When again the pool of the Ore struggled the-suf
she looked up, there v/as a calm firm- locating baron. Eichard:ii -'wound!
ness in her face that told her heart was slight his endeavors to restore
had made a conscientious decision. Constance to animation soon suc
"Riohard," she said, in a low, ceeded, and she was conveyed is
quiet voice,
Voices in the distanccj calling on was discovered among the weeds at
the countess, at this moment startled the mouth of the pool,' with the scarf
them. He gazed upon her intently,
0f
I will be here," she said, so arm. After-days brought De Bigod
help me Heaven! Begone, begone tidings of the safety of his daughter.
He sprang to the wall and dhap- $m\ h.er union witfi08 Vrere but the
peared. As the Lady Constance ad- current gossip akmt Framlrsignam
vanced towards Her hand-maidens, v/as not sToW in ascribing the death
f.
And the. tenth hour had not ceased!
to toll ere, drenched iti the dews S &
thi
but, huiTying from him, she had time oak, is at the appointed spot. She Sil-wjg"aDottTti^' iSSStt who
to announce to the earl the danger looked to the wall, and as she gazed, treated be* iiks snyirdrt- but a wife, or
which menaced him, rendering im-j anxiously llstning for th« sound oflastshe said in court, mucbTworse than' when
mediate flight necessary. Taking coming feet, she fancied the box-! a -slave. Slie therefore dome-into court
her him De Bigod fled to Fram-J trees moved ia the still air but at yeswrday morning, and made complaint
glid itly
had clasped her v,aists when, with a -j ,\
th,e sxabbard,'
leap like that of a jugar, a man sprang )i •^,?V.g-l?i- li ml
tipon them from the box-trees, and How
he feH
ed the shoulder. Constance
victory by de grace* seized
As she still, continue^ to struggle,
'^mt^ba:
K^Jipi -'P*!
JKS^-*M« I S
fiercely attacked De Ver.o with hjs on, the^piazaa of the Cataratft House, Ni
drawn sword'. agara FaH«5 was a young foppish-looking
., with a look of. aversion yrmcfo
the wretched lady, and dragged her afou}
unconsciously- approacmng. the very. -..:._.:r*_ a c^.-....-_...
borders of the Ore pool, the long
scarf that was folded round her form
was partially torn from it, and in its
intricacies the right arm of the baron
became entangled. The night was
riot dark buti .the excitement of
the npioment the peril beside therri was
unobserved. He thrust forth his arm
to throWiOiF the scarf, while with his.
left hand he more fiercely embraced
the waist of the! countess,' A feeling
of ioath,ing^!and horror imparted to[
her a ^rtuigth scarcely buntian audi ble tomake people"Airvter^djfefr igaoti
FCiwing away fne eua of the sca.rf unce foi .jjt requires Iqowiedgfto pei^etvo
wbjck/erc\rc|ed her neck- she con- it and therefore lie who Gasi perceive it
pfieigiMs in one ef- hatfiAtt%oK?
isr^opriressor vior
el4 hirn the nest We mn^whaye a :diet,-of. com|«sri||
^•^he.4'«?op bla.Ok'i well *i ptimfoi .
-4-
•••^'~r^:i$^^
y^'
abyss of water before her, while she
stood trembling on the brink of thtf
pool in ttuf ified wonder and terror!
A gurgling noise—the sounds of
go with you." safety to the court of Hebry, soon to
"Bless thee, bless thee, dearest be united to the brave and ioyaUa
all then will be well. My arrange- vorite of that monarch,
ments are so* made, that our flight! At 'Frarnlivighanj. n«xt mon ing, afi
cannot be impeded. When the bells uSjjsh confnsion—the bride and br"tde
toll the hour of ten to-night, thou! groom had disapntared 1 After Jong
wilt be here." search, the body* of Bzyon de Ciichy
than many ot those- who surrounded
in court, end who would hav-? been indig«
itant enough to have been suspected of Af
iiean Ue,,ctnt Ju the "'remofo&i deitre».—
'i
40
the. coantess still tfotmd round his
C0U^TSSS, WXLL.5'*
mrsued the re-stated
No word was
A winrK sL.wfi GIRL.—We eaiv yestc
a girl naared Margarit O'Brien wti©
that until ,Vf-Jthhf'the last fix mopths
she had bejen a slave in New 'Orleans, hat.
ph
drewgem
I
I
1-!AIi
1
I
I -4
W~i
terr.
girl
n*ro
for a -while woman iri any comma-
^cin. Gat
ty
TO TAKE OUT THR SCBNT,—Sitting
centr-
al notice, suddenly slopped, and said to
the dandy:
"Stranger, I know what vriil take that
scent out of them clothes of youru now
you—
What do you mean, tir? said the
dandy, tired with indignation, starting frora
b-s chair.
Oh, get mad, now—p-tcli around and
a QT
a ekurik and 'm&
0
violently from the prostrate ami .ap- j.. ,At thatinstaut there-
parently breathless body of -his rival liau^hter, and the dimiy '.ery aem:
"Unhand me, hateful dastard (cleared:out, leaving the stranger? to enjoy
she exclaimed, speaking far tbeufsfct tbe}oke.-^'
tiine, and .Struggling to ^{case S
here went up rat- •,
STAKVKO TO DKATK—Among
the death*
I What a record for a city where the friends
were
entertained a weeks\4s&\.
forci 8
I
i^m^m
The Butch Gorernmeot fins -determined'
upon t'u.a emancipation of the slaves in its
West Indian colonievpayint? a full equiv
alent to .the owners q( slaves fo? tl?e prop
erty that is to be taken from them,.ani
provuiin^ that the emancipation shall con
tribute to the formation of a fund d.-stmed
evii/tually to reitqbar^e, the State the
pvioses of their liberation.
ex
JJ3T Bishop TavIorWya "-iff»-ii»f©a»-.-

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