A daughter of a wellto-do Illinois tarmer yielded her aiïeeiion to the suit of an humble sboemaker, wlioappealed to the old folks tci give thelr sanction to the match. They retused, of course. Last summer the maiden began to plne away, and by eating slato pencils and drinking vinegar, made of herself a most interesting invalid. The solicitude of her family was avouBed, aud all w hims of the slok gixl were readiiy complied with. She beeined to have a mania for new and elegant clothing of all kinds, and the old gentleman speut a goodly share of his hoard in grKÜfying her wishes. In fact she had la; ip fcn berseif a first-class wardrobe aud a few days ago disappeared frttn the paternal roof. A St. Louis justice united her to the Crispin of her choice, and there is momning at the farmhouse in the Prairie State.