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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - August 22, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A Tom a in a weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite vol. , Ohio Friday August a. M., a. C. Of whole in uglier 424. Psalm 136. To the a Terdal gratitude Xuy Bouge proclaim for he is Good a for de bae mercy Erer to him the god of Gode exp Roba tour gratitude Vith joyfulness for do Hue mercy Ever. P to Nim Tho lord of lords impart Tho Domngo of a grateful Boort for he Boa mercy Ever to him who Only Marvel Truo Aud a mighty of miracles can do for to Liue mercy Ever. To him who by intelligence Mode yonder heavenly Orch immense. For be has Nier cover to him who cuu Sod the solid land above the liquid Watere stand for he has mercy Ever. To him who orbs of splendor made and in the azure vault displayed. For hobos mercy Over athe 6uu, that makes Tho Days so Bright Tho Moon Aud stars that cheer the bight for lie Lins mercy Ever to him who when to Idiz Riam emote Xuy their first born from a Mong them brought for he has Piercy Ever Israel Hie own with hand of might Aud Arm outstretched their wrongs to right for to has mercy Ever. To him who Cleft Tho sea to two Aud Israel guided safely through for be has mercy Over hut made the ked sea s whelming wave. For pharaoh and his Host a grave for to has mercy Over. To him who mighty Kings overthrew a and Mon Orcus famed for valor slew for be has Quercy Cvar a hog Shoa that bold amorite Virom to at Juhasz slew in fight for to has mercy Ever. King of of Haohao too for whom lie Nigado Kurvi s Field a Tomb. For to Baa mercy Ever Ani for a a boiling ga%�?T0 their land into his servant is Ruolo a band fur he has mercy Over. A who Bas in mind his people borne when we were downcast and forlorn for he has mercy Ever who has redeemed us by his Arm from foes who filled us with alarm for to has mercy Ever. Hobo tender love and Caro All fish a with their cipro paiute food refer Tab for he has mercy Ever \ Liot never ending to books be Given to the tor jul god of heaven. For Hoh is mercy Over. Xou Doit Jet Ouk won a modern tale of circumstantial original Ivo vet for the Isba Elits by h. Moos. The author of the Mortara drama and of Many valuable poems or h. Moos of pc Avannah tenn., has written an original and very interesting novel for the israelite which we will begin to publish Early in september. Gentlemen who wish to possess the whole novel should subscribe now for tvs Israel in Elliot visiting a merchant in his counting House Paw his books of business on the table and those of Devotion on the shelf and gave Bim this advice thus sir Here is Earth on the table and heaven on the shelf Pray Don to sit so much at the table As to forget the shelf. Let not Earth thrust heaven out of your mind glossing is made Rea a petting the Mode of putting gloss on Linen collars and shirt bosoms like that of new Linen. This gloss or enamel As it is Souie times called is produced mainly by friction with a warm Iron and May be put on Linen by almost any person. The Linen to be glazed receives As much Strong starch As it is possible to charge it with then it is dried. To each Pound Ofa Tarch a piece of sperm Par Raffine or White Wax about the size of a Walnut is usually added. When ready to be ironed the Linen is Laid upon the table and moistened lightly on the surface with a Elean wet cloth. It is then ironed in the usual Way with a Flat Iron and is ready for tile glossing operation. For this purpose a Sie Culiar heavy Flat Iron Trebot Tom and polished As Bright As a Mirror is used. It in pressed for Only upon the Linen and rubbed with much Force and this frictional action puts on the gloss. Elbow grease is the principal secret connected with the Art of glossing Amer icon c h a p t e r. I v. The Strax Oery a warning. To describe the feelings of Manlius on finding himself alone would be impossible. He remained in tile Library Short time when he reflected that Furt Lier delay on his part would occasion Surprise and inquiry he calmed himself As much As possible and proceeded to the dining room All were seated at the table. To his Surprise and Chagrin however he saw Eugene occupied a place nest to Julia whom lie was waiting upon assiduously and that the Only vacant scat was directly opposite. This might have been accidental itis Rue but to Manlius in his Peculiar Faure a much like design and of vexed Aud annoyed Piini that he was half inclined to leave the room. Perhaps he would have done so but for the words of his father who said a come come Manlius you pay our guests a poor compliment by your delay and Are like to be punished for your neglect by a co id Manlius muttered some unintelligible reply and then took his seat in Moody silence glancing furtively at Eugene and Julia be gun to eat voraciously. A upon my word a said Julia speaking across the table and smiling Good hum redly a it must have been something important that detained you so Long away with such an a a it was a replied Manlius darting upon her a look a that in spite of herself brought the color to her temples. A one would think that he had been amputating the limb of his Dearest Friend or taking some the Medicine he Isnow legalized to prescribe to others a said jest ing tone. Ii gratitude is the memory., of the howl. Only a Little of the exc presence a i f the que cuts in ectoria which a Friend administered a rejoined Manlius tar looking at English who slightly changed countenance but otherwise took no notice of the cutting sarcasm. Julia saw that Manlius was offended and her smiling countenance became grave and so far As the three most important actors in our drama were concerned the meal passed off in silence. Engen was very attentive to Julia anticipating Hor every wish at Tho table and made an Effort to draw her into conversation but except a few Cora Luon place remarks she said but Little. Eugene seemed determined to rally her into Good humor even ventured on a conundrum for this purpose. A a Why Are you like a soaring Eagle miss Lla Millon a he asked. A i am sure i do not know a she replied with great simplicity and without exhibiting any interest. A shall i Tell you a a if you a a because you Are on the in of he rejoined alluding to that portion of a fowl from which she was trying to disengage the meat. A capital capital a cried Newton from the Bead of the table and the others of the elder personages laughed at the joke but Manlius and Julia scarcely smiled and Eugene who saw that he failed in , for once in his Fife looked chagrined. The elder Newton now noticed there was something wrong and said a Why what ails you Young folks All at once one would think to look at your serious faces that your friends were All dead. Manlius How is it ? you seem to have lost your Light spirits All of a a i do not feel Well a was Tho Moody answer a i am very sorry to hear it my son but for a sick Man you have a Good a i thank you for the Bint father Quot was the rejoinder and he Rose with a flushed face and left the room. Or Newton looked surprised but mrs. A Newton suggested that his Long ride might have fatigued him and immediately changed the subject. She with a woman a Quick penetration discovered the True cause but for their resent determined on keeping Ber thoughts to herself. As soon As dinner was Over Julia retired to the Little chamber before mentioned nor did she appear again till called by her Mother to accompany Ber Home. Manlius on quitting the dining room repaired to the parlor gave vent to his feelings thus a a i am a fool Why do i give rein to my feelings in this manner ? what will Eugene in think of my doubtless he meant nothing beyond common civilities and if he did is he not my guest ? and what did he do to offend me ? he was studiously polite to Julia it is True. But would i have him tract otherwise should i be called upon to bring a charge against him,.and i state the real truth would not people laugh at me pshaw let me redeem my foolish error by behaving myself in just then the door opened and his father accompanied by Eugene and or Hamilton came in. A a what is the matter my son a inquired in. Newton a Are you really ill ? a a a i feel mucin better now father Quot replied Manlius. A a i did not feel right when i left tile table but give yourself no further uneasiness about the matter a and then advancing to Eugene he Drew him aside and continued in a Low tone forgive me my rude conduct just now. I do not know what possessed me a i was not a there is my hand a replied Eugene a i never Harbor malice for trifling matters. I saw you looked Hurt and offended but knew not the cause. True i did once or twice think that perhaps what i had said a a there there say no More about it a interrupted Manlius smiling. A we Are not so far removed from. Childhood even at one and Twenty but that we do sometimes act with infantile simple Ness at least i speak for myself and acknowledge it with shame. But let that pass. And now for the Day. Would you like a run on the Hills or Are you too much fatigued a a a the Hills by far. I am passionately fond of a a so be it remain Here and amuse yourself till i get everything ready a and saying this Manlius left the room his features glowing with their wonted animation. An hour later Manlius and Eugene having donned their Hunting gear and accompanied by Tom set out for the mountains taking with them a Fine dog for. Rousing the game. It is not our purpose Here to treat the Reader to a gunning excursion for the incidents which properly belong to our Story Are of a heavier and More startling description and sour space limited we must avoid All digression. % the Sun had left the Valley and Tho dark shadows of advancing night were beginning to steal Over the landscape when our two friends came upon one of the most gloomy places in that whole Region. A Lugt i a ejaculated English with Ashad Der As he an Manlius passed throw this dreary pass. A what is the matter Eugene Quot inquired his companion. A a nothing a replied theothor a Only somehow did you Ever have a presentiment Manlius a a a not that i a something about this place i know not what nor Why that makes my blood run cold a. A a you Are not afraid Eugene a a no i never knew what it was to fear a my yet i a cold doubtless for Bince the Sun has set the air feels Chilly a a nay it is not that but Hal what is that yonder a a where a what do you see a a a there beside the Road that dark object it looks like a human a and a human being it is Quot replied Manlius fixing his eyes on a dark mass a few paces ahead. A a yes in some distress perhaps a he continued going up to the object which proved to be a Man stretched at full length upon the ground. A drunk a said Eugene giving the individual a rude push with his foot just As Manlius was l3endindown to ascertain the cause of his lying there #. / a. A raised him emf up As he Felt the loot of English with a sudden Start and glared upon the latter with an Espres Sion of vindictive rage and then with a half stifled groan Jay Down again. It was too dark to see anything distinctly still Manlius was Able to make out that he was about forty years of age poorly Clad with a harsh strangely marked countenance Sun browned be Grimes and rendered Stillmore repel sire by a Black heavy Beard. A who Are you my Friend a asked Manlius in a kind Gen Letone a and what do you Here a a a i am a Man Quot answered the stranger sullenly a and if you Lave eyes you can Sec what i am doing a a but tile night sets in Chilly and if you lie Here you will suffer Quot a a what of that who cares Quot growled the other. A a i do a returned Manlius a i would not see a fellow being suffer while blessed with the Popper to relieve a a you he Quot said the stranger in tones a Little softened. A a you would no pc see a fellow being suffer while you have the me to relieve Bim he ? come let me look at your face fora Man like what you profess to be is a sight i should like to see before i a you speak with bitterness As if world had not used you Well my a the world uses me Vrella world in a a i returned , with a hollow mocking laugh. A a come on Manlius is drunk a put in English a and what is the use of spending your breath on a a there a said the stranger getting into sitting posture with some difficulty a a there Speaks a Man of the world a a you Are insolent Knave a returned Eugene rather sharply a a a done to Call names a growled a a or if you do apply some that do not belong to a a silence or Quot a for what Quot said As the other a hesitated Quot apply your foot to me again a a a do it again if you dare you miserable Coward i a shouted the stranger. A a hold a cried Manlius As he saw English raise his foot a surely a a he was interrupted by a yell almost Demoniac As the foot of English touched Tho Many and the latter gathered himself upon Bis feet As one suffering from weakness and pain but though his countenance expressed the most vindictive passion he appeared of a sudden to recollect himself and made no attempt to Advance on the other As his first off a movements seemed to imply. A for shame Eugener to treat thus a said Manlius sternly a the did you no a a it will teach him to keep a civil Tongue in his Bead when he addresses a gentleman a was the e reply. You see i am Cool Manlius a and i would scorn to let such a human beast excite my passions but no one shall dare me and go a come no a to let him go on a said Tho stranger a a this jests amuse me they do indeed. He called himself a gentleman i so a gentleman a i a a in woe not that a capital joke a and the stranger laughed contemptuously a a Why All Tho Broadcloth Ever imported and All the wealth of the indies would not make him a much less

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