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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - October 31, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio A a i a t�?7�?o a weekly periodic air to Jim toni i r 0 j r i. A Ltd a a f 11�? re of tire a Fea elites 1 a a a. Ltd to 1�?T i Quot it Quot vol. 9.�?ko. 17. I it a i Cincinnati Ohio Friday oct by 5023 Quot pc. My 1862 a a pc _ a a 1 a x of a 1. A t a i it. Quot a a r 1 _ a a a in a i it i. It i it i u a r a i i1 i whole i # re of Al Elx x a i. F v r a spa ii m i 45. _. 1 a thee will i Praise my god my King i. A a forever will i bless thy name a a a _. Keo daily bless and Ever sin thy darned High praises to proclaim. A a a How great Tho eternal i How to be extolled \ Bis greatness can no scrutiny unfold. All Gener Dilons each to each to Ashall Irais thy marvels with Delight Aud parents shall their offspring teach a r. To celebrate thy deeds of might. F the glow y of thy majesty supreme. A and All thy wonders will i make my theme. A t i a a a a 11 1 and while of that Resistless Power it they in their dreadful acts Descry i Wen shall discourse a from Horn to hour i. Their prai6ea x will magnify. A. Thy goodness alias they to remembrance bring Andor thy righteousness with Triumph sing. A it a a a a a. Bow gracious is Tho lord i How kind Ilia deep compassion overflow 1 1 while mercies Rich pervade his mind. He is to anger Over blow a god is Tho lord to All his love and Grace a a Bis every creature tenderly embrace. From All thy works thy raises flow. A. And All thy Saint shall bless thee lord i the glory of thy kingdom show r Tho tokens of thy Power record. 1 thus the in jest in glory of thy throne and Taino Achiu Zients shall co All to known. A thy kingdom hath a basis sure an everlasting kingdom thine \ a and thy Dominion Hhall endure. Its glory through All age Shine. The falling will the eternal s Grace sustain the broken Down Vril to plut Ugan. A. To thee All creatures raise their eyes in season due thy Bounty gives to All their food and satisfies a the wants of every soul that lives. Bow upright is Tho lord in All Bis ways i Bis kindliness Bis Ivory act displays. A a to All who with a heart sincere his name invoke the lord is nigh a of Ell who worship him in fear the wishes gratify. He to their cry a willing ear shall tend and in their hour of need salvation Send. In a a All who adore i Ira in their heart the lord preserves and fills with Joy but those who from i ways depart. And hate his word shall he destroy. The eternal s praises shall my Mouth proclaim Aud let All flesh forever bless his name. London jewish chronicle. A 7 copyright secured according Tolati Ridolph Morgenstern r a tale of love and misery. By i. H. M. Moos. Author of 44 mor in a it i or the Pope and his chapter v. It was hardly fifteen minutes after the abrupt departure of Rudolph Morgenstern when the two anticipated visitors diaries Parkland and Simon Wolf faithful to their appointment arrived at Newman a. They were at once conducted by the coloured servant who had Call into the draw Nyji room where Helen and Martha received them with becoming dignity and politeness inviting Thorn at the same time to be seated. A a a a a Philip Edelstein who still had remained with the ladies after his cousins Hasty exit Rose from his chair As he beheld the newcomers Aud shaking hands with each expressed unbounded Delight in meeting them to unexpectedly. Whether lie uttered the sentiments of his heart or endeavoured Only to sacrifice his personal dislike and prejudice in order to show no disrespect to the Laws of hospitality it w is very evident that the pleasure of this unlocked for meeting seemed not Nehr As Mutual As could have been desired by sanguine lovers of Friendship. Charles Markland who was in questions a a m a a a a a i a i a j # Quot Bly accustomed to Good and fashionable society after paying his most profound respect to the 3�?~oung ladies especially to miss Martha soon entered in the Lively conversation which or. Edelstein with the skill of the adroit Angler introduced and carelessly guided into a Channel where one and All could indulge in the innocent pleasure of throwing out the bait of wit a in Hope a to catch napping judgment but half matured a on a treacherous Hooks concealed in Golden smiles and Well ass Ned simplicity. \ or. Markland evinced a great1 Deal of or t a a i i finality in the Asp ,1 and equally i Uch j add humor whenever he1 found a re i. F j a i a himself filed into a snare1 from a which he could not Well extricate Iii self. 11�?~ h d1 also proved himself master in Thart of pleasing not Only by Thuc profound Abd it Sefc Ccu Ful attention he Dunstan Fly paid to All that was said by either of the two Young ladies or b 1 or Edelstein Bot by chowing neither the Silty ambition of always leading the can versa Ion Hor tile utter want of manners by 9 9 9a # neglecting to encourage any theme the a Jonty was pleased to dwell upon. Not so with his companion. / or Simon Wolf like All ill Bre d and uncultivated per k in a sons frequently betrayed his rudeness and ignorance whenever by Blade an Effort to be polite arid erudite. His wits were More than stale and his elucidation instead of throwing Light additional Light upon the subject discussed unfortunately obscured it still deeper in the Clouds he intended to dispel by his. Annotations. In. Consequently it was quite to the party that his vanity with. Which he was blessed to the greatest extent imaginable did not prompt him on that evening to give full Sway to his con versa to on a1, Powers which he delighted to display almost on every occasion. quite of a different mood and feeling uneasy in the presence of Philip Edelstein upon looked As jus most formidable. Riv pm Aud consequently. Thought him quite an intrusion he reluctantly joined in in the party in whose Lively conversation he neither took an interest nor listened calmly t 1 a a a a 9 0 a a 5#. To what was discussed but when least expected interrupted sometimes the one and a ,. I a a a a Quot l i a 4 sometimes the other by uttering some foolish remark As foreign to the theme at Issue As prayers Are to a Baboon merely to notify the company that he the pretty Learned youth the proud and wealthy banker a son was there and could speak and that very intelligently whenever he pleased to set them in ecstacy by such Noble condescension. A at intervals when Helen was addressing herself either to Markland or to. Edelstein Wolf just catching a thought not waiting until she had delivered her Brief remarks showed his inexcusable la manners by drowning her voice and for what a to ask her questions Bright and Pithy enough to have originated in the cranium of that ass who jumped into the River to keep out of the rain. Invariably at such times his eyes wandered restlessly from face to face until they encountered that of Philip Tho Calm gaze of which almost brought him to the. Verge of distraction. Selfish in his love he could not Bear to see his rival in the Sweet enjoyment of miss. Helen s smiles which lie considered exclusively his own on account of the charming qualities he imagined to possess and of his fathers wealth. This Bright specimen of human nature Simon Wolf a was about Twenty years of age Low in stature and very Slen Derly built with one shoulder a Little higher than the other which bodily defect however he materially lessened by the use of a wadded piece of cloth which he invariably wore under Bis coat and on his shoulder. I countenance it men was principally made up of Noseband Mouth was of a Sallow complexion. It bore no Marks of intelligence and his Large protruding a eyes which were of a Dull Grey Hue seemed to have no expression in them whatever. Never Wos the want of brain the dark stain of ignorance the consciousness of wealth and the knowledge of its mighty influence More legibly wrought upon any persons features than they were upon those of Simon Wolf. A possessing neither learning despite All the advantages the very Best schools afford a red him nor much Mether wit nothing but the Mere Accident of Fortune namely of having been born in a family of affluence Puli Silver a porn in his Mouth Ouid have carried him to the very threshold of wit and Beauty so circumscribed altars where his a input or Riyu excluded shunned Quot As if the Roi Igov the Reid fab the1 poor student s shabby clothes so in any vipers Ftp it their p Bison Forth a a though without any efforts of his own mr.5 j a a a a a i F m Wolf was admitted in lab very Best circles where Bis fathers opulence a procured him alike the Friendship of the sycophant and the insidious smiles of the blushing damsels who show the Wisdom of. The Cir sex in Loving Only weal thy�fools.-. J a v a i a i. R \ a j being accustomed to-6uch pleasing treat ment such flattering attention on All occasions from the fairer class even of Helen her self it is therefore far from i astonishing to find him so sullen and i Moody an the press ence of miss Newman whom to thought to have successfully fascinated and who for knowledge so freely do. Yid smiles with or. Edelstein upon whom he lavished More. Than a 1 fair proportion of a in a his , no. Bounds As he beheld Bis rival stimulated easy efforts to plea6q, by the Faugh in g he fan whose ogles. of Many a Radiant sunbeams upon the Beautiful , countenance of Philip. A. R. Quot a a -1. It i. I i. he May once have enjoy. De poorly regulated scions Wolf lost As he contemplated Happi 4 a a Ness of his bitterest foe for such he considered or. he dared to interfere with the affections of. Bis heart. Not to give vent to. His wounded feeling better than by showing his superiority in respect to wealth he at once straightened Bis figure on the chair which judging by his unceasing restlessness might have been supposed of containing a Quantity of upward pointing Needles and pins and. Finding himself once Mote goaded to insult his rival who gave unmistakable signs of rare enjoyment at the a quent smiles of. The Beautiful Helen he hesitated no. Longer to put his resolve into speedy execution. Looking daggers at Philip he slowly Drew from his pocket a sue Gold i Hunting rat Chi with which he played for some few minutes then after having assured himself first that it was observed by All the company he As slowly withdrew it from sight. Having accomplished. This astonishingly plight feat to his personal satisfaction he. Rose from his chair As if moved from it b an unpleasant Streak of lightning and voc iterated in aloud croaking tone a a Markland Charles Markland i a r i Why do not you answer when i Call you ? m or. Markland who we at the time he heard his Friend s voice addressing1 miss Martha Mannington who looked More like a Pale statue than a breathing living Betag since Rudolph Morgnstern left the drawing room excused himself for a moment,1, and turning his head was about to inquire Bis companions pleasure just As he again heard the discordant tones of the neglected and much irritated Simon 41 or. Markland i you seem to have no ear this evening for any one but miss Martha a excuse me i should have said�?4 miss Mannington a for i have spoken to Yoa and you deigned my no answer no sir i you deigned my no answer i a a u now that is Good Rich very Rich a laughing in replica none Oxner term neg -3x1 astonishment at thi6 singular charge brought against him. A a you Tho ladies favorite he continued in the same jocular Strain a the polite and polished courtiers the strict Fob lower of Chesterfield to deman amp of me a violation of etiquette a a breach choir delicate and elegant judgment would eve ii censure Iii one who 18 Inoa Pable \ of enjoying a As i dick1 a a s a the advantages a of your refinement1 Pray toll Mer Liow could i answer 3ou, or How could you demand it while my Humble words a a a _ a a were directed to miss Martha Andt had the happiness of her attention my insipid conversation never hoped to of taif a 7 441 have disturbed you then a replied a Wolf somewhat chagrined to find himself accused of i politeness by his Friend a Quot a ii have disturbed you a then it Well Well i Hope miss farming Long trill Pardon me i betters Tho unfortunate victims of Lyou trill Yea you Quot trill pc Yoi causing a Hope destroy tag -.i.,.a certainly 11 will a was tease Quick -.rejoirt?�?T Der ,.whose interest it waa to keep always at least under present air Cunt Staricek on Quot Friendly terms wit Ihl his in flue Ritia ind wealthy comp Aixian. A it a a a in certainty i will i he once More Reiten Ltd fed and then turning tories Ittin Tho whose mine wandered from the things. Ber to a theme to Deweu. Upon the knowledge pfc which she could Root. Or perhaps a caved.,e. Sharp penetrate Rig gaze of mar Jond the. Continued in a sofa pleading tone 1 11 i Hope,1 at least Tyor gentle to. For Gyta nature Bidi me to Hope Itha trym Pardon my Friend Rifice the magnitude of Ufa offence has certainly Difrai nishid considerably in your opinion for its salutary effect a this interruption relieved Abuja to Oncea from listening to the stale and profitless. Words your Humble Servan i tclyojui3 a great annoyance taxed., Yong a Hope you will Pardon ii in non Titan count if on norther for the crime he is guilty is to my poor judgment it the urn 0ut-weighed�?overbalanced, tile pleasure you will derive in to extermination of my conversation which .1�?Tfear, became Bur Lehsome before j was fully aware of a it Tyler. noticed her unusual absence of mind Ber heedless nes. Her. Neglect to. around her her want of that she respect Lilly bestowed on in very body and for which she justly always received the encomium of be accustomed to census a bitterly the Singh test d Evi action from propriety. Not i chg but a great desire to penetrate the secret that seemed to weigh a upon Bart made him the mentor., the. Advocate the exc user of Simon wolfs behaviour. Jav there was obviously a Only a breach of etiquette from which his companion had already extricated. Himsel fas Well As he pc pull without the Aid a a a % a a a a of another even More so than was actually required for both the Young ladies were 1 a a a a neither strangers to the blinkers son nor were the Quot unacquainted with his various failings of which i politeness a cd Ali safely be counted As one without great injustice to this progeny. There was certainly no necessity for suck a rigmarole vindication if a Hope to see Bis Friend righted by his own efforts for whom he cared ,.despite his powerful ostentatious had . Only object #1 Ivry a a in View. But Charles Markland of the world and. Though a desperate up year still claimed a smal shag be of Good sound common sense he a Civ that there existed 9 9 i # 0 4 00 m a m a cause for the Lack of. 3.ifas Marl Ataii a habitual liveliness a cause for the paleness lingering on her and mourning on her pretty Cheeks where previously a Rosy smiles were ,.cons tautly celebrating the sacred reason of youth and health. Saw a 1 j a a her c res fixed Ca a vacancy As if to recall the past or penetrate the future. He piped her dejection i Ber depression of mind was occasioned either. By grief or misfortune else Why Tho smile that formerly mirrored a heart Happy and Joy Fui so ? seen it All Why like a compulsory of fort strained Arvd transient As the fickle Eun a a a 1 a a a a a a a 1, a a. A a a a or a the clod a a. Sky but to recede radiated Earth a a a a a a a in1. ,1a 4 i a and find a grave in the midst of Consolida ted haziness Seter the frequent sighs . Fron her breast re Why would a tears a Bright glittering tear at times Bugloss her Beautiful Blue Gibsland gently trick to in Man her mild but woe expressing linear outs if nothing had occur red in pity either of herself or others or 4 perhaps of i both it Wraa too palpable that a Camise weighty cause transformed Tho guileless Mirthful . Into a medi Hatiye grieving pining being. -.,. A. Whatever produced this deplorable Chuh cd a it. Seemed to have been sufficient to it create uneasy feelings Indio mind of Charles Mark a a a a it. A a j land. Fearing that he bad in some Way fended Ber sensitive nature Eupr now or on borne former occasion to Felt a great Deal ,for, the a Fafa ideas of Mafak Mamin to no a

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