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.e.re .... . W 4A b a l liv e D e m o nr a Pto i p a r. T ile o o Ilrr~llblq Mle. of lo clique or ring. Free and oulpolkeII I- ; I ; and the frkie ot the PEOPLE.5 quares... 1 0 II 01 1 0 0 15 0 0 0 5 00ro eo quar... 13 4 P30 lllished Every 8ATURDAY Morning pa1rces... 170I ! 00 97 00 35 0 400 00 p'- 2" 00" 6 "7 THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. 4lleyrlptloar.I... _ Ig'_._0 3 10 _ _004000 650 0 5 0 0. . ---- mj. rnwmt............ osgars.re... 30010 50 50 W 57 000 1 0 - O1ne05 y SiA moDT.ZS K 7,4abscritin thaken for .. . l.. 1.a. S" M ... 89 10 1400 0 90 50 150 o m ths. All ubscriplions paya1le in advance. eraieUtadVerti.emeUtse 1.50 per square of - L " Nll advwrtiaement· for lea ties than nix R io, tIr. ,,,wmr'l. .re sabse VOL. V. I NATCHITOCHES, LA., JANUARY 3, 1880. t NO.16 hare taac.-t he paid d. Professional Cards. W I. i. JAC. (Seseseor to JAcs & I'aicns.w Ateorspaaod Counselor at Ler E NATCHITOCHES, LA. WIlL pasttee io the Coorteof Natchitoches, Sabine, DeSoto. KRed River, Winn, Rapides, d Graase, sad in the Supreme Court or the late. l hilms promptly attended to. AprliiU I#7. WI. M. LEVY. DANIEL C. 8CARsUet)UOil. -I AI 8CABBOIOU H, AdFORNEYS AT LA W. lAVINGaOocdated themselvees wil practice 1ia the Parish and District, the 17th .,Ind t 'lititM, and ta the parishes of Wine and rat. Rapreme Court of Lonleaiaa, U II. DiN tr-' sad (Ereut esoar of Louisiana and 1. n. Court of Claims at Washington. OffieO in the Lacente Bnilding JUlp Stairs.) NATCHIITOCHES, LA. Aug. 3, 187·.-y. J N. A X. J.CUNNINGHAM. ATTORINEYS AT LA Ii. St. Donis Street, Natchitoches, La. W ILL give prompt and peraonal at teislios to all bshuhaesentruated to their eare Fraoieks in the District and Parish Ceaute i the Parishes of Natchitoehes, aRd River, DuSotomuad 8abine, and before the Supreme Court at Monroe and New Orleana. Jan G '78.Iy. Cumut. C. F. DenauIIt. T. R. Cuar UAPLIIN, BRANOIIET A CHAPLIN Attorneys at Law, NATCHITOCHES, LA. PIRACTICE in the District Courts of Natchitouhee, Sabine, DeSoto and led River and in the Supreme Court of te Slate March 241y. ATTORN~ r AT LAW. MANY, LA. Will practice in the Courts of Sabine dieb and the Nineteenth Judicial Die April I9-ly. Magistrate. Magostrate Ward:1. N. bulik misty, : tKhlc~tke, LZ. F 30FfT a#.mtioin give to all buawim e«igatmi to his Bare. GIuuamils s atm at saill owlt. lefeg to the Mat Genurally. insam't1j Business Cards. 3.3Y. WaE*ULUT. JO3W J. CAUUR. I. WALESLIT O C,. COITON YACIOM emual wurnsaism NIUCU*MI~ U htilb t., New Oridea, La. July It-ly. o "CESFIN, C(TTOlN FACTOR, -AD COMM1SSON 90 ERC1MEtIW T, It. 77ICARONDELET STREET, Nrew Orkan.. La. ý ýLT'1 1JCltBR -- .CO Ll C TOR. W etumstwed to him nproptly at. 016 Ut.L Deals street, NA1oCUfI waU3, LA. PARISH SU(RVEIOR, buMus re to attend the wants of the Ql uii esix miles Last of Natchi S=N.o 9, Post Office TS J L, arV. ý lUU INULIU , (At the Old Stand.) ..MALfl IN PIAWL Y GROCERIES -Coosimtg of BACON, uLAa and )'ANCY OROCERIES tower pises. than ever Je.,,i-3L, a..3AL3 13 IZ Pmn08 giORj1E5, HANiD. 1*3, 30O116 and SHOES, HATS, tý' " Efr( · .ITC· Whamjifr row, NACHflOCHES, LA 'J ~LL. 'O0A fl .. SHS " .ýrN f .eat. , u.. ume, Igr. l Mbe 4*) fiI JAEP1 Medical, 45 Years Before the Public. THE CENUINE DR. C. eoLANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS )iOR TlE CURE OF Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint, I IPI'N.PIA AND SICK HEADACH(. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. DAIN in the right side, under the c 1 cdge of the ribs, increases on pres sure; sometimes the pain is in the left side; the patient is rarely able to lie on the left side; sometimes the pain is felt under the shoulder blade, and 1 it frequently extends to the top of the Fa shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken for rheumatism in the arm. The stomn- - - ach is affected with loss of appetite and sickness: the bowels in general are costive, sometimes alternative with lax; the head is troubled with pain, U accomp iied with a dull, heavy sen satmon in the ba k part. There is gen erally a considerable loss ot memory, aIi.cmp.uIied with a painful sensation of having left undone something which ought to have been done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes an attendant. The patient comnplains of weariness and debility; he is easily startled, his feet are cold or burning, and he com plains of a prickly sensation of the skin; his spirits are low ; and although he is satished that exercise would be beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely summon up fortitude enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred where few of them existed, yet exam ination of the body, after death, has shown the LIVER to have been exten sively deranged. AGUE AND FEVER. I)R. C. McLAN.E'S LIVER PILLS, IN CASES OF AGUE AND FEVER, when W taken with Quinine, are productive of the most happy results. No better cathartic can be used, preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. We would advise all who are atilicted with this disease to give them a FAIR TRIAL. For all bilious derangements, and as a simple purgative, they are un equaled. aEWAsE Or IMIT'AUAesmNI. 'The genuine are never sugar coated. Every box has a red wax seal on the lid, with the impression Di. McLAns's LIVER PILLS. The genuine McLANL's LIVwa PILLS bear the signatures of C. McLAniz and FLEMING BROS. on the wrappers. Insist upon having the genuine DO. C. McLANi's LivIa PILLS, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name eLanse, spelled diterently but fame pronunciation. rELATIC 111115 u nuseen elsi bedy. whilethe • a,-. .sag m g iO agale M IWr. L eg ha am h IenlL, Ayer's . Cherry Pectorl a eor as Pe ou tm Ie su h oughoo y bPe 1 l.Um *m ne. had Consntr a.l he mrvelos eao t hUas prodced doUlf he B pubilhrot aotin d aa lhe u hpi Ir me stha cwn mtbeir iimis enry enmeti *c r W hee ar paga, pkbti eves despan s s of the nblese Ltpits. eAll wreha triead eaIsaewleda e ise iitriY; wremb mtsieanbe desirted. Laa m e M i seslnht fedsmais thempalm to peMeas. *ld ae t uaere w h aul t rU U palmbry I sat nell, rsd Ipermma nr#a ae se t m miodr vamnes ofbrecnhil diorder,as well a eamor an niable diseuse of the lua us. taher Its- whih bemt uhe Thrad r held chln Lt ili ivludke; for, by itr thmetlrl li Mdsisde am iae psufd rh to u lmhshbY Ti, Useds. ein Vse tea st evera abidl, it the e~s it is eonstab lreahselnl o e toe u n mC, k 4le as Iealarone- fo thmmaSy sthoen s whetst I, ad then w huae eamesed t thsald IwS e*f s sus. ImmmIm ho* I mn . I hr~ljo&AVuq , irma, nwlma eR88 rcO Merchants, &c. HEIRY A. WALNSLEY, (Successor to M. H. CARVER.) I Ar -DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Al HARDWARE, TI SHOES, "1 BOOTS, At CLOTHING, At CROCKERYWARE, &C., &C., . TI AlMoa general line of Plantation and Family supplies A. May 4, 1878. D. New Goods! I MOURNING OODS,0 01 Choice line of DRESS 0OOD5, BLACK BILKS., HOUSEHOLD LINENS, CLOAKS & 8HAWLS, GENTS' PURISING 00008, HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES, At J. A. DUCOURNAU, Oorner Front and Obareh Streets. 8PECIAL IOTICE. RIHE undersigned is now opening af I large and complete assortment of I Winter Goods: DRY GOOD, BOOTS Ano BHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, AND b prsgovistons: L. ClAPARI. I tmamfs8o. i JO11 lULL, --WITH GREGG & FORD, COTTON FACTOR8, I ;AND osNsAL d Commission .Ifercha&nts, e -DEALIeS IN GROCERIES & WESTERN PRODUCE Agent s Pttrluprwed Rsely BiHeed Gi. sO, 1 Gand 2a Levee, 8H REVEPOBI .. . . Sept. 6.-ly. Geo. B. Strong, Successor to E. A. Tyler, invites the attention of the public to his entirely New and Elegant 8tock of Gold' and Silver Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Di a-l monds and other Precious Stones. Also, a full and exten sive line of Solid Sterling Silver and Plated Ware. SWatches Repaired, Dia monds Reset, and Jewel ry of all kinds made to oit der and repaired by expe Srienced workmen, 115 0oanalStrot, NEW OBLEANS. LA. SJOx 0. IA.BSB l 80SOuL, u-,ALEXtADA, o LA. _end reMug efiin, us, kuilla SJOSEPH C KEYSER, grie 3siher mm Layer. "PrEPARED to o. a·fl n--kmeri or O nr. Bltter in the Morning. thl Night falls again in the cottageo ; b They move in silent and dread bra Around the room where the baby tit Lies panting upon her bed. all "Does baby know papa, darling ?"' wo And she moves her little face, d With answers that show she knoo s him; tb; But scarcely a visible trace. t All her wonderful infantile beauty Remains as it was before i The unseen silent messenger liad waited at the door. trl "Papa-kiss-haby ;- I'a-so-tired, " The man bows low his face, And two swollen hands are lifted ro in baby's last embrace. p And into her father's grizzled beard re lhe little red lingers cling. uf While her husr ky whisepered tenderneuss Tears from a rock would wring Or '"Baby-is--so--sick - -papa- . But-don't-want-yon-to- cry." The little hands fall on the coverlet- in "Be-better-iu-mornin'---bye !" ll And night around baby is falling, en Settling down dark and dense ; e Does God need their darling in Heaven on That he must carry her hence? I prayed, with tears in my voice, ! As the corporal solemnly knelt, With et.ch grief as never before His great warm heart had felt. Us Oh ! frivolous meacn and women! ! Ia Do you know that around you, and he nigh- aol Alike from the humble and haughty de Goeth up evermore the cry: :i1 "My child, my precious, my darling, t How can I let you die!' th Oh ! bear ye the white lips whisper "Be-better-in-morni'-- bye !" t i "i'l P,|S OF FIIM." E 0O A Love Legend ef Anelet resee. he Bt "CIOr ti.'" tit CHAPTER U. 1 - EE s 30 or TeU LUs. Emerging from the propylon of be rose granite that ornamented ahe Ta front of the solemn edifice, the slave h o oaow bet his weary steps towards toe palace of the rich Oflaxes. He he passed on through the deserted as streets, blind to ll those arcbhletetu ral testimonies of Atheblis taste and greatness that eaeltsbhed the broad of walke of her clty. Here, the superb ta vestibule bespeaing the patrosIsl Ra band of the muleIfcentl Cmol; there . the lofty portico, with Iits lou col pr o nadle evnoling the grandeur of wr that oldea age, when the noble hv ia Pauacma was at the helm of th ship h ir of State. Iorsoe was oblivious to vb all these emts of a higher eltlllias m on;: aed hastily travein te =o ed mlous Ceramleo, be fooe rc thed - elJr ous manon of the 1o san0 - t0 e s, whose hallS wei e loud with 1r Passin thRroelh the tastelly wei adorned hroe looked wsaflly a ý, within the Ilaluminted wlndoaws w th lae. enoylar, perhas the i gay O within, their. lIb tynud w! Ve• soon he reahedthat ii deprtaeanto the establlshbaet, reserved for his masters helots. Here She remained listenl to the soft ena deneles of female voies, p aodoedi w from the rose feneeter of the gr ed halls, until sleep overcame his t wearied asens, How long he slept he knew not, 4 but he was awakened by a muffled form, who in toaes qite lmperMuIE a A. bdethe slave follow ho. I Iose reoognIsed the Soulptor. g~ Conceiving from ble manner that hIs st - buelsnes with him was of graen im- I port, he immediate obeyed. a They entered the of thm lage ri establbsmeat and traverasin several ai chmbemrs, the1 rehebda Iron gateI , a the end olao Igallery. '8top" sad Oe t to bIs glde as g he ahrew tim peaderou s gates, Sr IYfrbidden noud vet" **loo said Patoe not Dt the ,i id eOr by aId a na a i ht Dn i the so Slustre of whose tbno and ctara u ways all Athena Is a spell. The a- dOrDpit OaSDue in so swilled with wnle that he eanot distinauush his Ii aueste from bhi elave, Dear to the a US eleqilet speeob aai blid to tho 4 wlning graces ,ot the afsi Asrast, I be (lal 0reoln8 Qn the sol, thnt Orient lie thou then of good bert, 'ui.w om sdsud4 fa no~t lo .e dis* doVled" n y woo were haL U) ko IB r..spgtoa d to frn d tha oe wd uhs ws d O Ksiand mWrsin sve i reyh.lapartmen, hy um l g rUowed p~meayarle r theesseum I eI" all its appointmaents h weath and I tre iwItps p rlod his ealr Sru h.tans osee, Inte.w_ Is * an t.y spesed by tho. who -g _owtiayarih rdereVdlT 1, massive la its proportios; framI whemob opus fouth see pemet s..in, d, aoie sst ti the atil thr tle Lft2 e48 *tl i tl thet re., or aves -m he hssi *hmas laue; but that his tlauunter would I bhear him a grandson, who would be ultimatily kill him. The royal An Acisms to prevent the fulfillment of tivl this dreaded prophecy, confined , hit 'innocent babe with her nurse in a col brazen subterraneum cell, which he ful bad constructed for the purpose; cet thus effectually debarring her from I all intercourse with the exterior the world. But as the lovely maid bud Icl ded forth into beauteous womanhood, ma the all.powerful Jove saw and loved dy the inoomparable virgin; and drip. ping through the roof of her brazsen pl prison in gontle showers of gold, he tin wooed aod won tho maid. Thou see ihall't see this beautiful legend his- ml trioniz-d with the peerlese ICYLLI as DAxNA. the lovely daughter of ed royal Acat-tos. re As be ceased speaking the loud I plaudits of the delighted audliene bho resouuding through the spacious ebi ball, he withdrew the crimson plaits bai of the velvet curtain. *'Behold!" he exclaimed to the thi Giree'ln slave. lig loPaox in dumb amazement stared wit at the ligure before him l Enveloped lot in the folds of a delicate rose tinted l1t silk, over which a silver veil of iilu. of ion flowed from the rich clusters of as her chestnut curie, IcTLwA reclinlng hel on rocky Imitations of mold stood re- me velsed to him as DAIAE the bride of ste JuITr. 1 A heart of adamant would have thi been fired by suchamachless beauty. 'J "This Is the original of my V "is I URANIt," whiseered the artist, point. ool il.g to the beautiful creature; and as the he saw itas it in mockery of the an colorless marble of her likeness, a au deep tinge of vermillion sffused her at virgin cheek. an An exclamation of wonder esaoped sp the lips of lornox. A visible tremor we passed over his well knit frame. The velvet drapery dropped from ln the hands of the artist. It i "The God enamored DANAE could din not have been more beautiful," en thuulastloally exclaimed the young he Greek slave. el0 The Sculptor smiled. sh He signalled the slave to withdraw tb hastily. Both men immedlately re- on tied. Not a word passed the lipsof m either. as Upon reachoing the massive Iron la1 poral, the artist bade the slave hbi arewell. Id "I have fulfilled my promise" said dt be. "Thou hast seen the Bride of Et Tmasar"Us; I shall now lastruct thee as bow to laill. thine." The artist returned from whence ve he came and the slave retired vs amongst hle fellows. I A eatle breeze rustled the wave as of the £gean and wafted throughb t the murmuring main a barge of ele r Rant workmanship. It was built with all the wanton Drollusin and prodigality of the erd Its bow d was ornamented with a rostrum of th Ivory, on wbhich was surmounted be heavy clusters of silver with dI vines and leaves of highly ý isbed of mountain brass, extendin Its bi eds the estemes length of the M The burnished sides of the bearge above water was inlaid with ln vrrya oruamentations studd d with slver, the ur iu.e inrior Iwas tobd In the most extravagant ol . ;The large and ample saeats wnb ersao b oltosrw ndael ti_ Opide and 0i oIsan the be y the waole was hg ". tenadby t e varleatsd nlors the He lioa on a purple sea withi d this handsome vessel and enjoyling the balmy breeze that swelle the ut 1i.ken sals sat the prtl 'old OI oaeN. The barge was ale with ta I te renowned superlantendeyt of pau Slie workse of Athiena m reA - labors have stood the teat of csnu a i rwlsel nd whose enls has beenthe I admiratoool ilred ages. t the, i elm stood ol o sser,behmble slaver - he ailver li theatr new ad then , the merriment thte lted i the 11 * sarty. The beautiful daughter of Osnalona. in ever y repet rul to j , tIS exrordnlary esiption glve o l I of herM by Puas, t the ieow.t a l of th bst, t e cyTos e of the par. d a sy B*r yellow rlaglete wer sar* g Stshe *"s..i ohirpilg" Cioada. oldOm a I Itmtations of tsh ineactw were i e oSrthe Athenias to denote thel- a r digeneus origin of their race, as tbis I f by was supposed by them ah tave ; .iruag from the earth. Icv.Lu' e re las iwas adorned by sparkliog J ewI r, ells of usperalliedl mtre-but lo uo. I* the slave,as he saenly stood as she lamdthought the violet s of U f thean athe siamaoods shee wre i d b toerclasp. ' I Io ! SThe handsome barge gracefully y p~ ohbu h rosh l mbthe .e ate I a flou of a small clil, s pdleetera 4 ziru the harbor of we Olmhs. Tael party dlsemaaked just as the lr d I alo from the wsct, empoke thle ,sm dao senescence. SIareallOg up the rugged aids of - the elts they soon read its semo Smit. Tatey then proceeded from the rT shole towards a distant grove of deep green olives. r* Iorseo alone resilned icha orge g* of the vessel. The Sculptor, when 5. the had gone, came to blm. of "o ,said be, "tbho atfrtigu. 0 ed wish thy yesteranlits ittings;I praythee now let not tbh aLpportuiy I* paee abust Phtake some lle sl eI ban the bwll It th vsel, have I * i ad a resting place for thee, t ho shall not he awakeunll tB we aX q1tr the loodhag of the wee islad in 4he bull beetha bed was discoereld mastesomortably ar A are that mklkind," sai the sl ired with this Smark ct ateanton, and oyn the "On ath morr I want thee, but ste o 4.r on ealddla e add the ar obot di e p orly The slave sigled, "Thanks" said adz be, "I have been amply satisfied." wa And throwing himaelf on the attrao- He tive bed that so invitingly lay before the him, he was soon wrapped in the un- Th conscousness of sleep. P IDIAs care- the fully replaced the floorings and as- we cended the cliff. st But a abort time had elapsed after I the departure of the artist, when tra ICYLLA and a remarkably handsome lay man, came down craggy steep, mer- As ily converntlg together. cr( "PALntsI," aaid the maiden trip- ad ping lightly tote the boat, and set- Ic1 rog on her fathers velvet cuebioned ea seat, "do not sail too far, wo will be hel milsed by father and our friends." ah "We will sail," said the black hatr. fio ed youth, "to yonder projection, then I return." he lie entered the vessel, the sail was tlo hoisted, and the stiff breeze from the no shore soon Impelled the handsome anl barge through the nurnlin waters. an, "Oh! how ZzElrTur wil envy me edi this stolen seai, xtdaimed she de. In lighted girl, as the exhiteratln8 u wind, from her shoulders biew the wt long silken curls. The childllke up laugh was drowned amid the splash spa of the glassy billows that now had ON aoooutred themselves In their foamy tri helmets. The smile on the steer- dr man's faoe now changed to a dark oa stern frown. ele He steered the vessel far out lnto w the eea. The winds stiffened. ad Icruu became airighted at the thU course of the vessel. She noticed ha the gloomy darkening of the skde p and begged her companion immedi g. ately to return. But he silently sal at the helm, his expression as bard and changeless as Egypt's ooky eel sphw m. The maidens entreates he were ushoneard I "Oh! PIEALAU s" cried the virgin so h a tean of anguish. "let us return, be it is now dark and we eannot me the lot distant shore." lc The obstinate helmsman answered t her not. She pleaded with all the eloquence of one who became aware, she was in imminent danger from "1 the evil Inteations of her wicked a companslo. The unflnlaing helms- It' man was iea In his allent wi as the star of Septricl *d a Sthe o th Vhams vi o, he guid the beautli a t iful'rk over the sweling undula as Ilo le oe well u tae to the task, ak Eastward lay his course. The wasid w now almost blw a storem; and the pr swift motor Imaelled the bou amo vessel with Inoresdble ve slost I san vaina screamed ICrLLAI In sai i Invoked the aid of the Virgin snOo doss, KNa the patrosess of her native city, Her tace bedewed with tears made no mpreea on her tv ruthless abductor. Panami sw ,er sb eked not from his deep laid sobeme. as Weakened with her efforts, the l delicate frame at 0last suoombed to oi the efferas of her superexertlos. Ex. I hauted, shbe fell uoneolous to the tb deck, giving one wild piercing ahbriek b Iof despair, that startled even her in "Ibold eom s~A . As e ted the lp lo d d eeo the oor i, roiuo e do p~t~u .... to the maid ead t o r rver the dellcate frame a the a I loakrd Ierealtbytb be viH o ~ I aeruagd hea Ina rortablea pro I t tewt a smllee of i a het ,h a I etr4ned to the helm." "It thes ined," scull lthe S"will cootlnuse e til ore , wl I reach me lonr t nPlain castle. aI te! willrpise Ie-ortoOe I thank thee for thus far favoIrin my dark deIn s l b ole fckl r dspsedd Ir , I The wld dd notabate, ut dkept Stheir slles •ues the live log ht On pedthe bak er I thes foa g e rt wbevs, rhtbe o t b ealtthe would oo lie te it ; Ile rabl and sbr j the wnhoe rlBstlIkeasl wai ee I themldseollgsredfesshe pluh ad her chrmedway unhurt through othe ranhin urge norw and" theb *wodn blrg wh th e vesselpef the 0 ha em so% w hisda .eo o the east. a thbrtiual nthas Sdsulleh c s a er app oa o(Ibd d maerte h mal s lsar f- "wmc dipers ed before thet ea a abeductor c" lsdlms eI .0 sete, as 0 lathe bdtance darb placntothe5 Sher al he lsed "I oon elwil be Tt Theg stqate r Oea d alabstof rartr e ettadabatd, but osll weas al P ', * eI i ge Thers b an bo turned hiat' o me tastlos to the beaotiu l g a tshe aistothr M anouer n sid he aloud, ly "we wltest Sad p er ofthy thes re u.re hel lulr"bahe te noal or* rt. wha t cI g. hd bltaese place Inthe he exquisite facePhi. sad. haggad, she rasd her laci head, anad or of eboe bioade uS lookedwithawirel r- vacnt sae One might ofrer hi reha alot s rYoe a Ro e h Irr~.a'e head been elle that r* lo rude tobc had ever josted the be ding gir to amid; her floraln eu* romatlgey totkeher s towitheoa ar- surelE Ied t.ae helloe hMrvbo te ahlea tewaaIcrua orhe bleht fuses azure of the skies, to receive the warm caresses of the rising Phoebus. Bow unlike these revived plants was the faded spirit of the fair Athenian. The brightness of Aurora's skies, and the freshness of her morning air, were lost on the maidens drooping soul. Entering the ponderous gates, they traversed the moist green lawn. that lay before the exquisite mansion. Ascending the marble stl,s they crossed the wide corridor and enter ed the spacious reception rooms. IcrLLIA threw herself on a velvet cushioned seat. The fountains of her throbbing heart were opened afresh, and the hot tears profueely flowed down her aching cheek. ICYfLLr said PHALABIs approaching her, and breaking silence, the lrt~ time since they left the bark: "Weep not, but raise thy nowunhappy eyes, and look upon this beautitu ialace_, and be happy in the glorious knewli' edge, that all thou surveyedbt, with in these fair domains, are thine to use, and thine to oomman,! See what stores of walth I have lavished upon every part of this beautiful spot, and all for Tass! Every apart ment is hung with the fairest tapes tries of Samarcand: the floors are dressed in the rlohest of Phrygian carpets; the furniture throughout, elegant and appropriate in its taste, was made by those cunning work men of lyre. ee my gardens are adorned by the hash colors and the fairest beautes n ll nature, ex their pleasantaromas in this of stmonespheres From the gasybosom of the wavy e ever imes a gentle breese wisl its tinder murmulsagstouour dul ct harps, sad th our every all, reounds the strais of ist soft estmwusi Maiden! awalke, and weep nott Behold thou art tnlaa as lovely P~oe, and at thy feet Oh I Icrns, a lover more ardent than the God of love." 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