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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - October 24, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history Abd a ii Itei Ture of -jtsraefife.1 a t a a a r. I. inc it it Xvi i i let a a la. t ii if v. Loat a a i1 i a Ora a -r1-5---r-r a a i. A a i a �?�4tt"j.-t a i 1 to Quot r vol. 9.�?ivo. 16. I i a Cincinnati Oilton Friday october 24, 5 >38�?T a a my. 4 i862y a cd i. My awiiolewuiriberi432. I # r psalm i to. Blest to Tho lord my Rock of might who trains my hands to War aright and nerves my fingers for the fight my goodness fortress lofty Tower i my. Great deliverer Aud my shield my Confidence who to my Power causes my people a % i. I a a a a in o thou eternal what is a a a that salvation thou shouldst plan and ail thoughts and actions scan a a the son of Many that of Way a thou shouldst have Reck Ning Ever made Man who is vanity whose Days arc like a fleeting Shade i a i. Thy heavens o thou eternal i rend and toward the Mountain summits Bend touch them and Ca ase their smoke ascend discharge thy Light log a lurid fire a and scatter All thy wicked foes. Disco fit with this arrows Diro. All who thy word oppose. Extend toy hand and from this sea. Of Waters wild deliver me thy servant from the stranger free whose Mouth deceitful utters naught but vanity with cunning smile and Whoso righthand is Ever fraught with treachery Aud guile. a new song will i sing. On instruments of tuneful string a for Praise the Psaltery will i bring our god to worship by whose might Kings gain the Victory whose word protects servant in the fight from hurtful Spear and sword. _ redress me by thy mighty band a a and save me from the ruthless band. ,. Of til1 offspring of a foreign Lund whose Mouth deceitful utters Nungho j. But vanity with cunning smile1 a and whose right hand never fraught. With treachery and guile a a your daughters like the stones that we of Palace Corners sculptured been a our garners furnished from to Field. A Vii t h various Aud abundant t meats and that our sheep May thousands yield ten thousands Iii our streets. T that sturdy steers May till oar ground that none May break neighbors bound a Lier murmurs in our streets be found. 1 Low Happy they whom thus to bikes the Grace of Chaveu is shed abroad ,. Yea Blest the people who possess the eternal for to Weir god Loudon jewish chronicle copyright secured according to Law Rudolph Morgenstern in a tales of lore and misery. By h. M. Moos. Author of mortar a or the Pope and Iun in. Although Tho unexpected appearance of the student at the door of her fathers mansion disagreeable surprised miss Helen 6tiil she soon evinced sufficient presence of mind to subdue her embarrassment and the bitter a i emotions of Ber supposed insulted Honor and station. Having an erroneous Conception of Rudolph a principal characteristics of which honest Pride and self respect stood Foremost she Laboured under the false delusion that it was design to Force her to acknowledge and continue acquaintance which she had Ever since failure repudiated disclaimed. Being a Meek and faithful Follower of the worshipful King 11 aristocrat she blindly obeyed the mandates if Ever 50 absurd or unjust emanating from so Wise and benign a. Deity. And since he issued from throne Tho irrevocable Fiat that Rudolph a expulsion was prudent and in accordance with the Rales and regulations of the 44 silk and Broadcloth Empire a Helen ceased to. Waver and she at once resolved a a Quot Quot Quot a a a rather to disown the Friend whom she once respected and admired than to transgress the established Laws in the pre Servance of which she Quot thought tile dignity of members increased a a. A a prompted partially by. Resentment and partially by More praiseworthy motives she deemed it a Bounden duty to herself to her a 1 parents and relatives As Well As to the upper ten Domat Large to receive As coldly As possible and to frown Down Kny Quot claim to Friendship he would be presumptive. A a a a a a a a a in a a a i deliberately come to this conclusion and finding Lier heart naturally gentle Anci mind in ,. In i steeled for the task vre a Spect Fui Salute evading any breach of Man. Ners or dignity a with that feeling less polite a a indifference More wounding and revolting to sensibility of the fallen pressed. Than undisguised insult and Riegl Edt. Assuming a look of displeasure she1 raised her voice to a higher key than a usual and a said a. A a a 44 Good evening iir.9 9 a a Rudolph Morgens Tern who correctly read her mind in Lier cd Ald find distant1 manners with which she Addre add was not in the least disconcerted by this1 unfriendly reception but preserved Hite a habitual Tranquility while heart was bleeding from the ungenerous wound he1 just had received. Of Quot one whom he knew from cd lid Hood pal ways loved As Quot a sister and never gave a a single occasion to change into a frown the innocent smile with which she formerly received . Re echoing the 11 Good even a ing a he raised dark Mournful eyes with a modest Pride conscious of no wrong arid fully gazed into hers still Burking we sch indignation. Desiring to a a deceive her at once and to allay her As Well As unpleasant feelings he evaded All circuitous routes leading to the Point he intended to reach in conversation and observed in tones becoming More the business Mari of 4 forty a than the courtier of a a Twenty one a a would you be so Good and inform us whether or not or. Newman is at Home and at Leisure to see a Lew minutes ? a k i. A. 4 he is at Home sir and disengaged i presume a she rejoined in a less severe and More familiar tone than her. Former Brief remark was uttered in. For having found Lier suspicions a established she naturally Felt sorry for the unnecessary coldness manifested to the student who politely approached to where she, with uncovered head humbly paid respect due to a lady. 44 will you please walk into the drawing room until i have acquainted of a i a a i i a a your presence ? a she continued not thinking that Manila who was still within would be constrained to entertain during her and her uncles absence. 41 if not causing you too much inconvenience i should feel very grateful a he respectfully replied neither accepting nor declining her invitation. 44 no inconvenience whatever sir a she frankly rejoined. A having already started on her Mission she remembered that he had said the plural a a we a and not knowing whom else to report to her. Lather she once More retraced the few Steps she had advanced and said 14 Pray your companions name ? a Philip who Rad kept himself in the background at some Little distance from Cousin now Piade appearance and smilingly answered a 44 your Humble servant Helen blushed As she beheld Lier favorite step into the Hall to Greet her. And gently Cike hold of Lier hand archly saying a a \ 44 miss Newman must be Well and Happy i this evening for Ber Cheeks do shame the Hue of the Blooming Rose and in her dim pics rocks the Boyish smile Tho. Timid maid. Wears on her bridal a 144 or. Edelstein is disposed to flatter and. To Arou be my vanity she reply cd Bej face growing As red almost Asj the fiery Tulip in the hand she gently disengaged from Bis. Own.44 flattery is not known in Iny vocal ular3r,�?� a. A a t a i a a Philip observed. �?�44 of or. Edelstein for shame i a she a f t �?�coquettishly1 said 44 you should never borrow from another language a if 4 flattery a is the Best selection you can now Pray step in the drawing room and i will apprise my father of your wish or. Morgen Stern walk in a it was the first time during the whole conversation she had condescended to Call Liing. A by name and As the cold and Chilli Rig sound vibrated on a ear wounded feelings ananatiiawh/1 to in in Al n1, ,compared to the or ten a a dered to Philip to used no envy Tio Jimial Musyt a in bosom Buttri reminded Bim of Tob unhappy and forlorn situation seen germ self snuffed and forsaken by everybody he year add for a hiding pipe pc a a place of quiet a of Solitude where to undisturbed Atar from the vulgar gaze of unfeeling Manv might Ope heart to Naf cure ten thed amp sen of tears to assuage grief having mechanically Folio is 1 Helen and con a i in ii n to the e d Rawi no a room a i thou t Gaz i ing for one moment at its splendor,he4-droops de head and cast i eyes to the ground brooding Over sorrows until Tho of 44 miss Armington a uttered by Cousin aroused All dormant faculties and called mild and Mournful gaze in the direction of the you Grady just addressed it a Quot upon a chair posted by a window raised for the purpose if admitting the fresh air reclined a the further end of Tihe room j the of henrys Newman who had Attai ried at the scime our Story opened her seven tee by or year. A being.1 Hight and of symmetrical figure which Quot was exquisitely shaped acquaintances considered Ber Ais Charm Inge and attractive in form As she . Arid Beauf Cibil in hers email White Teeth her. Cheery lips a a nose�?1-her translucent try so . Calm. And thoughtful brow around which her Flaxen hair glittering like the by when Gold was braided smoothly into. A Crown her. Graceful Neckband her Clear and fair complexion justly gave her tile appellation of .4 Belle a. Quot her Serene countenance wore a an expression of depth and intelligence and her classical lineaments so delicately modelled gave her an appearance of dignity As Well As of gentleness. her faculties More than she fed and Sions neither envy hate per malign Dis a sorted a single line on. Which a a As sweetly and As calmly rested As tile slumbering babe lying mothers breast. A 7 a. Ivy a sensation of. Indescribable pm ensure filled u the heart of the student Tjas he Ryf Ith unfeigned admiration upon the . Who respectfully Rose , her lips. Curling with a pleasant smile a to answer the a i Salute of Philip Edelstein. He forgot for the moment the presence of other persons and thinking himself quite alone and Unno. Tired straightening slender and Grace Fui figure he knit Bis arms across Chest and with an elegant shake of head Flung Back Jet Black hair in wild disorder exposing a brow unruffled and Clear As the. Ocean when the Billows dumber in her womb and riveted Mournful jobs. Upon the Sweet enchantress to scan the ravishing charms that held reason Ppel bound while her trembling voice thrilled to. His. Vouvry hearts a Ore. Though All but were occupying a their respective seats soul still withdrawn he stood enraptured at the Entrance of the. A a a drawing room unconscious and insensible ,. A a a % a. A a i la to All external objects save one. When Helen a a. It. A. To. Admonished by the coolness of her. Favorite of a wrong her Pride and false dignity counselled quickly stepped betwee Tho embarrassed 4�?~ blonde it and Philips Cousin reluctantly , a a Liss Mannington sir or. Morgan Stern a a be seated aroused from Sweet and ecstatic reverie tacitly and politely bowed to. The introduced lady who trembling by Whis 3a a a a. I. A Revi Quot Perez name in return Atter which be sat a a a a a it a f a a r / a Down Ofca respectful distance from Ber while Philip and Helen reclined on the sofa right opposite to them. A a a i a a a a i a. A a a a i. J a a. A a ,. J a the indifference and reluctance with. Which a a Helen. Introduced to her coils in did hot escape notice and being too a i. I i i i �?�j.,# a. A a. # prox id Aud gentle lib anly to take advantage of the which made a amiss Kiing ten the of a cd Ivain Mariie a she never aia Helen Coulden of 611 withhold l.witb6ufc silo Wing a rudeness unbecoming be it amp a sterner see enough to Advance in favor haying to at and heaved a�?Tdi6ep sigh. His icy reefed a any length or but wife a Nice a ration. V Tuyu a / a Al i. A re.1\&Quot.z or 7ii a jyqii.j.r�?T? r. it Pierpo Ord and a he shed1 a solitary a he disc Fly enter ted in no can verse Irjud Gadient selected Only Thela Guage it be amp of t a ipg-6. Stringer As a Fie 1 still considered Bim a self to utter Nti Derr such be up Texmo it Ciranni it stat Cess omitting every theme Whick child Deddo a dldcu88ioni�?~/ v a a. A no though miss Armington was rec Tyr attentive to .-few1 and battered Shet answered with the fran Kness 1 and Lili City of a child yet her whole Urray More engaged in beading ,than . Having perceived Tho a effect Ber cousins haughty it behaviour bad a produced upon the a indent aha i pried to see a it of rower a do Lily pallor spread Over hts Founte Manfee. A rut a a whirl that expression vanished from . Illegible features Huik Lyas the fickle became App Earl the inf the Lap Ribskis to dds began sparkle in dreamy Reyes and a thin lips quivered in the Effort Tol amp to Lithe the rising sigh. This uhes pfc Tecl a change was. Q ti11e n1 Reli e f to. Mart big a r she character was above a the Low and -vulgart7-be Ivy do incapable of a Diean secretly harbouring malice and Slig Felt it Happy a not Tai be disappointed in or. Ropoc jhnr7, tender and weeping eouiirejoi<5ed Asee the youth fed student moved by Emutis Tuscon so Row Trahd n6t�?nb, not of to and ter. Gladly Avold she have consoled Iujnrrr-5te- # fused the spirit it i . Ing Shopo into Hist bosom Ren courage . To new of Lope ration a. Hut 1 there was an. Between them which made her Shri we tic in herself and tremble As she thought of her1 f a a 9 a of future or. A a it m i oct r 0 i she gradually lot red heir head ?. Her left hand her tem to. Avoid Mournful gaze or i a Rel / r 1. Finding extremely Yon account of the restraint the ? lion and the subsequent palpable i Paul fencer a a a Cei Ved at the hands of Helen put upon words and fictions she Felt sorely Embarrass. De an unhappy Iii the whose dignified Reserve and a those a prep Jvn fill Mien vividly brought Back Bounce the fresh wound he j m3 trim d be c i Ved in her presence and. From Lowich be still a seemed suffering. She de quite a. Relief As he turned j hi.,face / to Ward Philip and her Cousin Wop were disc cussing the respective beautify amp to 4 Lucre a. A a a a and44 Norma when he haying. Waited /. For. A suitable moment politely a said a a. A a. a a a m. I a a lift ,1 # 44 or. Edelstein charmed by the eloquence a. A 1 of miss Newman seems to haves Yorg Ottea a entirely the business which brought aft lit i a a a a a a i a a. Re. 7. Helen taking the hint so in offensively thrown out excused herself of the up paces. Gary delay and left at once the. Drawing. Room to repair to her father Wiliom she. Found. In1 Tho company,.of Bis House old enjoying. A real German 44 Meerschaum a watching the. Stroke As it Curling Rose like Petty Clouda. A before fac until it vanished and became j a a 4 a a a 1 % i a a a 4a % a a a. A Ripy sible in Tway Ein Helen plated in spirit Enface the pleasant Little apartment. Of , Henry. Nel after giving another Long puff Drew the pipe from lips a satins. �?�4%/wolf must Job unusually entertaining a. More so than common else. My. Daughters. Step. Would not Betso elastic Vul her. Left Tures animated7 1 a a 1 a a a a i a i % i Helen disdain Jujj listened to the ten Tacka. Fly her fat Ier with quit thinking it her Worth Kwh Joe to answer theta., although she despised the Hilly be her Hurt ret Ujj harboured the thought of eventually or Engin about an eldest and the i a a j a j s ,. A a a a Young Brokop. To a f a 1 i a a a in in e 1a a aware of intentions which he would Given up without regret had he known of tile attachment existing bet Ypen Herand t pm a a i a a a a 4 a a a a Vern g 1 f a to co i Lihani Cubi 2 a juu1 flirt Jill Jud 1 Tho Young Man. But As to do not wish to anticipate events we., will continue Oiw it Par Oil As

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