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Bloomfield New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - December 31, 1878, Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaVol. Bloomfield lla., tuesday de Mem Bek n,187h. No. 1.the times. An Independent t Emilj Neitz pit ref in priv ban by inv tub pay by. Mortimer amp co. Al it 11 d o h i la Iok. Or rom to countr be year. »1 i ill month. It oct Orn civic att a it a a year. I initialled. It of 1 month. I on Tnge included. It it invariably la Advance i advertising rate furnished upon application. For the nimm Llam turn. Lilian. A tweet Domestic household Irma of in her every motion i found her lies an atmosphere of peace and from her eyes beams an angelic nature. In her fare the impress fair of sympathy we Traen All things Good. Instinctive she Ilea the path of Folly i fond affection s tie bind her to Home to her the brat loved plane. Her voice is soft As the Ivest wind Bat sighs on Bummer evenings anger or disdain breathed never in it tones. A tis health supplies her Cheeks with roses White without a stain her soul is which the Illy typifies a Happy he who her part love shall gala if Quot. from the grave a on the doctors wife. . His opened the package amt took Oul tia trinket surprised at their value and elegance. The miniature represented a Young Man of about Twenty live exceedingly handsome hut rather weak looking just the face to captivate a Young girl. The Case was of line Gold delicately wrought with a love motto twined into the chasing of the Border and the name a a Louis marked on tho Hack a single Row of Large pc Rah Bur rounded the locket. There was a Gold thimble scarcely larger than a child might Wear evidently an old one and worn thin All Over a it Earl ring with u single Tine Pearl in it and the watch. This last was a valuable one old fashioned but exquisitely made and adorned with a Wreath of Pearl lower it. Inside the Cane was engraved a a Koso from a a let s go up Star and see the child a the doctor said. She May know something about hut Hose knew Only that the trinkets were her Mamma a and hat the pictured face was that of her papa. Doctor Thayer took the child on his knee and questioned her closely about the persons she Bud known anti these at whose houses she had been but she could recollect no names save those Thiee of the doctor and two ladies of whom miss Fairfield had spoken. The doctor la dead but i mean to Call on the ladies some time when i am in Ike tor Thayer said absently a mooch Long the Silken locks of the child As she leaned against his breast. Then glancing at his wife be put Hose Down and went to Alt beside Anne. It was not the do time that the Bride was shown a Pettish jealously on seeing her husband pet the Little orphan stranger. When Hose l a Uller was told that she was to have a new Home and that she was to go to it immediately she made to ado. I f she looked a lit he sobered than usual it was scarcely noticeable for she Seldom smiled. Hut Charles loudly pro. Tested and when let oct a Ali Ayr started away at five o clock one morning with his charge the boy not Only refused to eat any breakfast after it hut went or and wandered about the roads All Day not coming Home till Lute in tha evening. Jle had taken leave of Hose Over night and had nut meant to speak to her in the morning but at Early Day. Light his door was opened an Inch or t two and a soft voice Quot Charlie Are you awake a a a a Yea Little dear a he answered fondly. A come Flat appeared a Loose curl of Brown hair pushed through the door then the Edge of a Pale Sweet profile then the whole Lovely face was put in which turned Ntuli looked at him with it Bright eyes. At any other time master Charles might have been shocked to have n Young mls a come to his room when he was in lied but now grief at losing iter mastered every other though and sitting up to bed he stretched Hiarm toward her and dotted eager Ami silent As she slowly and shyly Entile in a step at a time then u Little pause till she was close to hint then she sprang Inlo Hiarm. Quot will you lie sure to come and see me Charlie in Slin whispered. A yes dear if they will let note. And you will be sure to recollect your Promise to my a Quot a a yes. If i done to forget say Hose doubtfully. A a you Are not to Tell it to anybody a he said earnestly a shut you Are to marry me when we Are both old enough. Then we will keep House by ourselves and nobody shall Ever Inke you Wuy from me. Unmet alter if any one else no you to have him you Are to say that you Are Quot Hose Iune deut Quot called miss Meeta. And after one Moro Kos and embrace she ran out of the room Ami Down stairs wiping away the tears that came again us Fust a she w1hsi them. Doctor Thayer was in Thodal Nung room eating tils Breu Fust. A dome Little one a he said a heat your breakfast As quickly As you can and Well let eos Quot Hose sat very properly up to the table buttered her bread and raised it to her month. Then she put it Down again and glanced timidly at the other two who did not seem to tie noticing her. Her lip was quivering so and her Throat was so full that she could not Cut. Without appearing to notice her trouble miss Meeta tempted her with a Little pile of Jelly but with equally 111 Success. Quot Why you poor child Quot she said. A a who would think you would care about leaving us done to cry you Are going to a pretty place where they will be kind to you and if you wish some time you can come to be Hose struggled to hold Back her tears but they would come and she gave a Little Job. A arc you sorry to go Quot asked miss Meela taking Hose in her arms and kissing her on the forehead. A a Charlie feels Soba a whispered the child with quivering ups nervously twisting the ribbon that bound miss Meeta a curly Flaxen hair. A a Eugene a said the sister in Law abruptly a a tills is the most captivating of held i Ever saw. If i should live anywhere but in Saxon. 1 would have her to live with a a i hate to have her go away a the doctor said a but there is to help for it. The circumstances forbid her being Woltti us and the manner of Het coming gave Etc a Peculiar interest in her Aud a claim on her. Hut there is no other Way Ilian the one we have decided on Aud the sooner we get Over it the miss Meeta sighed and finding it impossible to make Llose eat anything dressed her for her drive and draw lug a veil closely Over her face led her Down the Garden walk Aud put her into the Carriage that stood at the Gate. It was a Lovely morning As the two Rode slowly through the fresh suburban streets. The Sun was up and lazily pushing before him the mists that Clung in Silvery masses wherever they could hide or hang. The fruit Trees were in their fullest Idoni and the gardens were Gay with Flowers a lords were darting about Dew was glistening and dropping All nature was fresh fragrant and hitting beside her guardian quite Content and Safe since be was with her Hose la Fuller leaned Book on the cushions and drank la the morn Lugar. Vaguely enjoying All its Beauty and the smooth Light motion of the Carriage. The watched the doctor however marked How even he kept the reins and wondered if his shining Little sorrel horse rather Curry him than any one else. Then her eyes travelled along the reins to the run ooh hand that held them. Only one wore a Glove the other was Bare and just touched the rein now and then dropping again to the doctors knee. It was a very handsome hand White beautifully shaped with round Aud tapering linger Sensi Tive at the to a and adorned with n wrought Gold ring holding a Small hut very Brilliant amethyst. Miss How in Scheil this hand for some time. Ii whiteness and symmetry pleased her and she had a childish Delight in the glittering Gem. Then her Eye stole yet further marked the narrow band of snowy Linen at the doctor s wrists the line dear Gray of 111 font sleeves. Finally tho Bright inquisitive Eye were lifted suddenly to the gentleman face and met Iii Eye watching he was smiling and her glance instantly fell under that kind Irenet rating. Yet amused took. A a of one could know what thought Are buzzing like lines inside that Little he said with Graceful lightness. A if one could even guess what she in thinking about i by roup Yon arc having a pleasant drive of a the sol cd up at him with a Wistful look As if Deslou to a Peak Bill not during la. A you won t forget mein tin place you Are going to Quot be watching the changes on that fascinating child s face. Instantly tho soft brightness loft her eyes and lips and in its place came nil expression of astonishment grief Aud alarm. A a Aren t you going to slay with me i Quot she exclaimed. He put his free Arm no set her and Al h the White hand which she Lead tul. Mired Drew her Pale face close to his bosom. A my child How eur if i ? 1 must go Home and live hut is the place fur me. I would like to keep you with me hut it is impossible. Homo time 1 will Coine to see you if you done to forget me. Are you going to forget me Hose a the said not a word but Clung to him trembling from head to foot. Doctor Thayer was indescribably touched. This friendless Little one whom he Hud rescued from death seemed to i Dong to him Aud to recognize that ownership. Was it not possible that in calling her Back to life he and established some relationship with her a Strong As that of blood ? was it Quin right to put Ber so entirely out of his hands ? was it not a Lyle to explain and Clear himself or to recall the of held to his Protection after a Brief absence ? a single thought was sufi Talcut to sweep away and that was a thought of his wife. The certainly had not taken very much to Llie child. It was natural he said to himself that dear Annie Loving hint As she did should desire All his attention and should be anxious about everything which affected his welfare. A a i must give you up my Little Gill a he sold holding her closely und looking Down into the eyes that looked up Luto his. A a but will you Reni Emlet what i say to you now a her lips faintly syllable a a a Yea a which he saw rather than heard. A a done to Tell any one else what 1 say to you a he said jealously. A keep it All for n secret Between you and Hose did you know i saved your life a saved you from dying a the Pupil of the child s eyes dilated slowly her la i parted hut without giving utterance to a word the breath hanging suspended on them and her brows Drew themselves slightly together As though she was trying to understand or to remember. Quot in the 11 rat Plata you have to thank god Quot he went on looking it her Steudl by Quot and next to him you have to thank me for your use. I shall never forget this and you must not. It makes a Bond Between a which nothing must break. I am your second outlier and you Are the first child of my heart. However i May love others and however you May love them no one May to one can come so near to you or to me As we come to each other. Whenever la after years you hear my name think but do not say a a he saved my life and i must not forget whatever you May propose to do of in a it a sauce remember that there is one who has a claim on you and do not Mike a Promise without consulting me will you remember a Quot a a Yea a said the child. A a and now Quot he went on smiling again a a cheer up and Tell me How much you love a i love you a she said hesitatingly sitting upright drawing a full breath and looking about a if in search of something to measure her Lave by a a i love you so much that i can t measure a a clod ides you. My White lose Quot sex Elal a lied her protector unwonted tear i dimming his Eye. Tho two drove Al amt live Miles through the Lovely Green Roods and lanes and then for n half mile or so the houses Dos a Wared Aud they were shut la by Over brushed Carriage. Presently through the sound of sweep lug halves and ird Siig. Aud babbling Brooks fell n sudden clash of music that seemed to come from health a a chime of Bells Clear and Sweet Sel Alt the sir ringing no unit tenon. With a Start and involuntary smile of Delight the Little girl raised her Eye and saw near by nod High up Over the tree the top of a Square Tower in which these Golden toned my were swinging. It appeared and Alsap a ured like u vision in their Carriage spun Over tho ground Aud Iii a they turned into n Broad Highway and came Outlin front of a stately Edlilee that stood track with gardens a Lawn and an Avo Mic la front. The building was lofty in four stories with a deep basement and consisted of a Square Central edifice with Tower and Eup alos and two Long whig and it was placed so As to have n yet More commanding on n Rise graduated into two deep terraces. Fine old Trees stood in groups adorning but not shading the House and grounds too much Flowers bloomed in lies around the terraces and in in go Garden vases placed on the walks Livre were n glimpses of drapery greenhouse und extensive gardens Aud or chord in the rear of the buildings. Everything was in exquisite order and Early As it was the windows were All open und the curtains half drawn having that look which that the to ouch within Are arranged for the Day. The wide Gate leading into the Avenue who open and there doctor Thayer entered drawing his horse Back to a walk and presently stopping for it moment As the sound of singing came through the open windows of a room in one of the wings. A a listen Quot he whispered. And with her Iule Cheek against ids sleeve hone listened. A choir of female voices were singing an invocation to the holy a Plait. A a Isnit that Sweet Little one i Quot a asked the gentleman smiling to cheer the child. A a you will hear singing like that every Day. And see will a Tine House you will live in i Don t you feel glad now coming a Hose Shook her head Uahle utter n word. A a Well it can t be helped. We must say Good by. Hay it to my now while we Are alone. Good by and Gimi bless you my dear Sweel Little while he put his Arm about her und she dung to him silent and trembling violently a Clung As though site would Guevor let him go her Small arms clasping ids Neok her Eold Little forehead pressed lovingly to Ida Cheek. A Good by i Quot sub whispered after u moment and in a a it Akong suddenly released him. Sinking Back in the Carriage but bidding Iii hand which she kept clasped to her neck with her Cheek turned Side Way and pressed to it a a gesture expressive of adoring fondness. A they reached the Central flight of Steps that mounted the first Terence where doctor Thayer fastened ids horse and lifting Hose from the Carriage led her up to the lofty portico and rung the door Bell. It was answered presently by a woman dressed in a garb of who held the door open and silently motioned the visitors to enter conducting them across a Long airy halt of which the floor was Hare Aud White into a prettily furnished parlor. There having motioned the doctor to a chair Aud Small ugly advanced a Stool for Rose she stood with downcast eyes awaiting orders. A a i would like to see the Superior a said the doctor. A shh Eisou the Chapel now a the nun answered. In a Low soft voice which was in keeping with her gentle move Menta and modest downcast face. A a i will Tell her is soon a she come the nun bowed slightly and withdrew with noiseless step. After she bad Timie Hose pushed the Stool to doctor thayers Elbow and renting herself on it took his hand and again held it clasped Between Cheek and shoulder her Brendli coming quickly and a faint Molnr Liegl nning to Flicker in her face. Neither of them said a word but Bey Sal there the child clinging to the Friend she was so soon to lose that Friend looking Down on her with n Pang of pity and tender regret. Presently tho door was softly opened and the Superior of the House came in smiling pleasantly her manner showing that mingling of sweetness Aud dignity which we so often observe in those whose vocation is religious. Her age might have been fifty. The was Large Aud Noble looking with n somewhat patrician cast of features Clear steady eyes of deep Blue and a Mouth Hinl seemed to smile even when dosed so Sweet were i in curves. A a i am thu Superior a she said simply saluting her visitor with unconscious stateliness a he Rose to meet her. Doctor Thayer gave ids name which she had heard More and told ills whole Story omitting nothing. He was not in the least afraid that the gentle re of Irum would feel herself called i to have him arraigned fur grave robbing particularly flu ii the Trull of he sep. Rcd ution loot been so fair a Lamb for her flock. A a i am not a Catholic Madam a said he a a but i am sufi Birnley Well informed to Ito not Only willing but desirous to place this child la your care. Indeed ii in Only Here that secret of her identity can la preserved. Should any Friend of Liers Ever appear i shall of Courso give up that authority and responsibility which i now assume. I shall aty for the child s Laird and Quillon and expect to la consulted about anything of importance which May Lai proposed for her and informed if she should be sick or if anything should happen to for the rest i desire that you will use your own judgment. It her have every my Van age which your establishment afford Aud la titled to become a teacher Lucase it should become Nee sary it any future Taino that site should do anything toward her own a a am i to bring the child Upa Catho to a asked tho Superior. The doctor paused und hesitated a moment. He religious opinions were of the most ii Mil sort. He was what might lie called a full blown unitarian which is Eliout a near an entire loosing of Dogma As can Well la. Quot after All he said laughing Quot what use would it be fur men say no ? there would bean atmosphere about her life which would influence her even if no dlr not instruction Wero to be Given. Besides Quot he added More gravely a a such a prohibition would be in some measure destructive of perfect Confidence Between you and the child and i am very anxious Madam that you should be to Ber in place of the Mother she has lost. I Waul her to land hero a Happy Home.�?T1 the us Verlor s expressive face thanked and a mired him still More than her few Earnest words. A a i shall feel a Peculiar interest in the child a she said Quot not so much from her orphan state and attractive appearance As because her history. Too whom god has so signally distinguished by raising her from the grave almost by a Miracle must be destined for a singular a few words settled the pecuniary Art of the arrangement. Doctor to Bayer was to Send the pay and the Superior not to Send Auy acknowledgement for it. In Case by any Accident the remittance did no to reach her at the proper time she was to write to him within u week to that effect her note like All communication from her to be sent not by mail but by a trusty messenger who was to deliver it into the Dot tor s own hands and to no Oue it be continued. Mrs. Partington on Ginger. Quot How flagrant it is la a said mra. Partington As she sniffed the odor of a bottle of Jamaica Ginger. A it it As Plena it to the Oil factories a it is warming to the diagram and to accelerating to the Cistern that ii makes one forge t All pain like the oxide of Gas that people take for the Toothache. It should have a place in every Home where people Are subject to bucolic and such like maladies besides a spoonful la no salubrious when run Down like a Boot at the Heel in walking one feels like a new f

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