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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - July 30, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioVolume i. The a a a All i of the a Temperance Reform published my Friday by Caleb c Lark be Franklin printing House. Thin on a it Down very quiet and and a Teiter breakfast to a la it re poet. Ivy Why it a girl a Aery shy girl but 1 be lies my Good feelings to fir comm raft my timidity As to make me inquire if mias would not tale off her wet shoes Quot and have a pair of slippers and then meeting my aunt s Eye i subsided in. Fearful blushes lest i. Had taken too dutch notice of a a the we got of very Well together. Miss Hilton and i when the work began. She took the patterns skilfully and yielded to All my peculiarities about Grace and Beauty in costume i moreover she did not try at Rae As a child but. As a Young lady. And when with great dig a 6 a aft r Allt Lwy a to �?o8isl Here the Caleb Clark. Terms Ringle subscriptions., �?z.�. 41 to clubs of ten and upwards. .1 10 Bex Frank my Prin Tiu horse Cincinnati o. Illihi still poetry a a prison \ the following lines were w Ritten by Thor As Fra Bur i Tonii. In Clonmel gaol a few Days after his sentence a. I love i love these Grey old will although a chilling Shadow fris. Along the Iron gated balls and in the silent narrow cells / \ brooding darkly Ever dwells. ,.v of still 1 love them for the hours within them spent Are set with Flowers. That Blossom spite of wind and. Showers. And through that Shadow Dull and cold. Emit their Sparks of Blue and golds Bright Flower of wildly Spring a m m a aft a 1 will like Indian Birds with sparkling Wing. From fresh Young hearts and Over them fling seeds of sweetness grains All glowing. So to Gilt leaves with Dew drops flowing. And Hopes As Bright that softly gleam like stars which o or the Eta Oren Yard Stream a. Beauty flit each faded dream mingling the Light they purely shed with other Hopes whose Light has fled. Fond Mem Ries too undimmed with sighs whose fragrant Sunshine never Dies whose Stamer song Bird never Hie a these too Are chasing hour by to try the Clouds which round his prison lower. And thus from Hoar to hour. In be grown it to love these Walls though dark and tone and fondly prise each Grey old Stone. Which sing the a Tuder deep and Chili across my act term footsteps still. Yet let these Mem rates fall and flow within my heart like Waves that glow. Led eaves below skirt of my aunt s new Dregs. Miss kept a react table silence which soothed my Pride and won my favor amazingly. A new i was a Moat romantic Young Damsel and knew nothing of the world except from books of which i had read an Infinity Good bad. And indifferent. So regarding the companion with her Small neat Finger her face of that sort hot proper a termed Good looking but yet decidedly looting Good a i began to Taka a liking for hey very soon and ventured a few questions. J i. A a a had she come far that wet morning ? a a Only about two Miles a she must have risen Early then ? a a a y is. About five she had to finish a dress before Ahe came what life to Rise at five work til eight a walk two Miles through those Muddy lanes we j live a Short Distante out of London and then 1 begin and work again i said nothing but i thought much and i remember the next time Mia Hilton stood cutting out. I had the sense to place a chair for her. This she acknowledged with a faint Blush which made me think of the sweetest Ideal of All voting dressmakers a mias Milford a Quot Olive my dressmaker was no Ideal i do not mean to wet her no As one. She was merely a gentle modest quiet Young woman who worked a lowly a though carefully and who for the first Day did not seem to have an idea hey on d my nears i in Spangle 5 foam Whit unseen the foam which frets the mists which sweep. The change Ftp i surface of the deep. T a a i rot so the Many Hopes that Bloom i Ainold Thia Vole Losa waste Ami gloom., strewing my pathway to the Tomb. As though it were a bridal bed and not the prison of the dead. I would these Hopes were traced in Are f beyond these Walls above that Spires a a amid Yon Blue and Quot starry choir whose a hands play round us in the streams which glitter in the White Moons beams. Id twine the hops above our Isle f above the Rath and rained pile a above each Glen and rough it Tlley the holy Well the druids shrink above them All these Hopa id twine so should f Triumph Over my Fate and teach this poor Deap tiding state or in sign of tenderness not hate. Still to think of Oil r old Story still to hop for future glory. A Vav a a a it within these Walls those Hopes hate been the music Sweet the Light Serene. Which softly Over this Sineol seen it have Lile toe Rutan i Stream let flawed Aud like a Turku Suna hic glowed. .1 and thus from hour to hour in be grown a a to love these Walla though dark. And. Lone. And fondly prise each Grey old Stone. That sings the Shadow deep and chill. Across my fettered footsteps still. From Chambers journal our old dre88maker. A this Wib never do my dear a mid my aunt ruefully As she pondered Over a Long so her Needle and thread. The next 1 found she had. 1, always an Odd sort of a girl happened just then to he wild shout a new Hobby phrenology. Now miss Hilton had a remarkably shaped forehead and i never rested until 1 brought the plaster mapped out head and compared her bump therewith upon which she smiled and becoming conversational seemed to wih to learn something about the new science. So 1, forgetting my shyness and my Pride of caste began seriously to inform the mind of our new dressmaker 1 found she had a mind and some Graceful taste withal whereupon i major Only undertook., my a Mission. A i indulged her with my juvenile notions on Art and literature and while she developed the skill of my fingers i tried to a pud her dormant intellect. Poor simple soul 1 do believe she enjoyed it All sitting working at my open window with the Vine leaves peeping in dilating the while Upu innumerable subjects which doubt Ess before had never entered her mind. Among these were the country and rite beauties Oue Day some fortunate Chance brought me a nosegay of Fox gloves and showing them to her i found to my intense pity that my Young londoner did not even know their name-1 a a w hat 1 had she never seen wild Flowers t had she never been in the country f a a a to yes she had once lived for six months in a guard ship off Woolwich where she had seen the country on the River Banks and her Little a item had sometimes brought Home handfuls of daisies from the Parks f but for herself she had worked Ever since she could remember a and except the six Mouths in the ship had never lived anywhere but in chel sea a a a f a a to me How dreary seemed such existence 1 i to stitch stitch stitch ones Days away and it never read a Book or walk in a country Field i or even to Kaow the. Name of a wild Flower perhaps in my deep pity i overlooked,.-the i fact that one rarely misses pleasures never j known yet still my feelings were strongly excited to poor Mary Hilton. I did not like her the less for learning that her Christian name was that Sweet one Mary. And when the work was done and i began to Wear the i new dresses we had together fabricated 1 often 1 thought of the Pale quiet Little thing and pea that wherever so wittily occupation. Among her new a a ladies a l re member where the juvenile scions of a. Daca household wherein she be employed for weeks together. A now i was a Simpleton in those Day 1 had a romantic reverence to. Rank not vulgar curiosity but an Ideal homage and greatly did 1 Delight in hearing about the Little u blew Oman and Mary Hilton seemed to like telling not pompously but simply How lady Alice was a Beautiful child and it Ady Mary was rather Cross and baby lady Blanche was the sweetest Little fairy in the world a cd would com and talk with a the a dressmaker As much As she was allowed. Many visions f mentally had of the lordly household where the chief filial duty was the chief privilege of entering carefully dressed with the desert and where Mamma was Mot Mamma at my. But a the How time passes the other Day 1 saw in the paper the marriage of the a Beautiful and accomplished lady Blanche ii. A i thought of a baby lady , then of was a greater air of Content about her which spoke of improved fortunes. And in making poor Mary Hilton and sighed., our dressmaker worked blithely through the Short Winter Day and even when night closed. She seemed in to hurry to go Home. About nine o clock there came in to our work Rupin a message that mine one had called to fetch miss Hilton. A a a. Young Man a exclaimed the Doht Matwi hesitating i suppose whether she should or should not say a gentleman. A Quot i am really quite glad. I did not like your walking through those dark Lane alone. A said i with infinite Relief and then added in extreme simplicity Quot i thought Yon had no brother now a a it is not my brother murmured our dressmaker blushing but faintly for even the thick blood of youth seemed to creep languidly beneath her constant pay very child then. 1 do r thought of love or lovers that is in real Fife but some instinct made me cease to question the Young woman. Likewise instead of descending with her. I staid up stairs so that she met her Friend alone. But 1 remember opening the Blind a Little Way and watching two dark figures passing slowly Down the Unez w Matching them and thin King strange thought. It seemed As if a new Page were half Peiu amp a in life a Book. A t it had opened and with eyes had began to read for myself and not for a other before i again saw my Little dressmaker. My aunt and i bad changed our abode to the very heart of Lon Donand Mary Hilton had come to is through four Miles of weary a streets. I Tomk she would scarcely have done it for gain it most have been from positive regard for her old customers. She looked much As usual a Little paler perhaps and she had Quot a slight cough which i was sorry to hear had lasted some time. But she worked sri sri at that time How i longed to a but it was not a it Rwy a however it will not on these things now i did not forget to Pat my usual question to Mary How die was prospering in toe world and whether there was an neat Chance of the Little Chiba with a mrs. Ray. Drees maker on the first floor she smiled hopefully and. Said something about a eth Spring a and her in path was Ami in a very shy and. Way she hinted that if we wants Bon get or millinery there was a sister of Daniels lately established in 4bt next Street a sister always dependent on him till now. Faithfully i promised to give our Small custom to miss Bay and so took Ink quite Happy on Little dressmaker descended. 1 am glad 1 saw that Happy look i am glad 1 noticed the perfect a Patent with which the Little delicate thing walked away slowly leaning in her faithful Daniel. Flt Era toe. In my after pity i might have thought life s Burden heavy acid its fates unequal. But it is not so soon aunt wanted a Winter Bonnet and 1 proposed to visit miss Ray. A a certainly my dear Letty a was the contented aces Mae. So we Cut and found there a featured French died Young Miner Ery Antipodes of Danie. During the trying on i inquired after mis very in miss confined to the House con seption 1 think. But Woldu t a paler Blue suit your complexion Best/�?T1 1 Laid Down my ribbons startled and Dis tire mme re poor miss Hilton a said my compassionate aunt. A i thought she would die of con sumption so dressmakers do. But How does your brother Bear As Well As he Cau urn am. It was a foolish thing from the begin unto a added the Milliner sharply her natural manner getting the bettor of her politeness. A the Hiltons Are i was a child a Daniel knew it. But 1 beg your Pardon May am perhaps Yon will try of this Shade a it it i toured away feeling Yery. Sorrowful. My it our own Uei Iverier. Dri Oung Viau s eyes fallen upon sprang Forward exclaiming a ens do my eyes deceive me just As Well and justas patiently and when nine o clock came the Knock at the door her Stile though half concealed was quite pleasant to see. I am getting to old woman now hut to this Day 1 incline to love two people who love one another. I do not mind what Are their ranks and i honestly believe there was. A True love Between my Little dressmaker and. Her Daniel Ray. A a respectable worthy Young Man was Daniel As my Good and prudent aunt took care to discover. 1, in my simple girlish Way discovered much More. Little Aid Mary Hilton talk about it but from her disjointed words i Learned that theirs was a Long engagement that Daniel was an assistant in a China shop that they were waiting perhaps might have to wait for years until he could afford to rent a Little shop of his own where she would carry on on the door above. Meanwhile she at least was quite Eoa tent for he came to Tea to her father s every sunday and in the week Day wherever she worked. always fetched Here saw her Safe Home from the group 1 what tsp Quot a Quot a he within he own the Robvrt. As is captor stepped from him in eme of the hospitals Here. To the astonishment of reputation for skill first Iii tent was to ask my aunt to let me go a adored to utter a sentence. M Aad see poor Mary Hilton but when one is Haud the pistol fell upon the ground and he Yong Oue so to unmet feels Ash toed even of a a a a a a a a it it a Good impulse which might be termed romantic and i was so mocked for my Romance already. 1 planed various schemes to fulfil and yet Dii Tsuiae my purpose hut somehow they All faded awl or. And then air own me wis so lbs Rotor m my two like late in april of Immy it was in april i wanted a new Bonnet. It must be a pretty and becoming Ouer i was wildly anxious about that one that hid the faults of my poor face and set off to advantage any single Beauty that heaven had Given it. At miss Bay s i tried on Bonnet alter Bonnet examined Quot myself eagerly yet trembling by in All tried to gain a Clear unbiased notion of poor self was like and at each look Felt my Cheek changing and my heart throbbing. A Sletty my dear a my aunt Coin i if Forward after a confabulation with Quot miss Kay roused the from what might have seemed a reverie of girlish vanity Tod was to matter what it was. They came to another door which was Ope Uei they stood in a Small Low room which was lighted but Donnly. By a Flicker Rush Linfat. Aloman of co at their Entrance was. Sitting with her face buried in Quot her hand. Started up and sprang to. Th.0embrace of her husband. She noticed not the at Numen but As she welcomed her husband she asked in a tremulous voice a. A. And have you succeeded dear Alwia in finding a a a a i Mariaa a was the reply foot i have brought a Fri Tad with me who p promises \. It. The woman started a these words and Tura red to thank their a. Deliverer. But scarcely had. The Young Man s her face than be Sprai a of gracious heavens. Tell me. Was not your name before your marriage 4 is it a. Marian hojisley1�?� excl timed the bewildered Are i know it i could not mistake those features you Are my sister a a Aud the Young Man pressed her to his heart. A no it cannot be a exclaimed she starting Back. �?o1 never had hut one brother he sleeps in an Ocean grave a \ a nah you Are mistaken there the vessel in which i sailed for the indies was indeed / wrecked and All but myself perished. Fot two years 1 have wandered in a foreign land Aud a hate but just arrived upon my native i aha your brother Wiiliam Hans. Teg Quot a a # a then it must he so it is indeed for i can now recognize your countenance although you Are much altered a Aud with a glad cry she Qew to his was a Happy meeting for All that night and it May Well he Quot believed that the husband was. Astonished at the scene. That very night they removed to comfortable Quarter a and the Neyt Day interference of the Long lost son we restored to the favour of the wealthy parents. Marian never Learned the True Story of her husband i meeting with her brother nor p As the incident Ever recalled to the memory of the truly i turned Lii yes with a imploring look upon. F a a a a a a it his captor. Nor was it no heeded for the Lor to n Apoleon a the following paragraph Voung Man a loosed his we extract from the last letter to the st. Louis her s Throat Aud drawing from a his pocket a ,.handkerchief he firmly boat a the hands of Republican from its regular captive Aad then let tse Load pistol Ohr Schetle opens upon a Highway nearly three leagues from. Loudon. The. A bade o t evening were fast setting Quot when w Hortenia. Be striding a Noble Steed who seemed quite exhausted by i Day s journey wit Rcd the Avenue leading through Halstead Wood a and the. Young Many for he seemed scarcely Twenty two year of age a a he entered the Forest now made gloomy by. The darkness of the failing night Drew Froid i head i richly embroidered Cap of velvet and As he wiped from his brow the perspiration. murmured a but a Short Miat Tecc now my Good Sefc cd and our journey is ended. Quot tis a Long time left the City of Niv birth and Ziy pm Rente add Sweet Riste a Sod forbid that aught should have befallen them during my absence in will scarcely know me but i will give them a surprised a that will be delightful and As he Spike he again placed his Cap upon his head and started on at a brisket Pace. But scarcely had he a proceeded ecu rods when for Tom the Thicket on the right a Man. Whose face a go covered with a mask rushed front Hia coned latent Audi Ere the traveler was a Are of his press face stirred the horse by a his bridle and with a powerful Jerk Early j threw kit upon his haul eyes then leveling1 directly at the stranger s breast a heavy Pistole exclaimed a a instantly deliver up the Money in your Possession or your life Rill pay the forfeit. A the Young Many a Eye flashed with passim 1 for a moment then spurring Bis How ave a Spring Forward he leaped with a rom his Saddle and Ere the robber Noee attention had been for a instant directed to the horse could prevent it or before his a pm could be raised one hand of the traveller was fairly gripped upon hit Throat and the other Pinio Ning the Arm which held the pistol. Fiercely did the robber struggle in his endeavours to free himself from the Young Man s hold but twas All in vain he might As Well have attempted to move a. Rock. Soon his face turned a to a purple Hue. And As he vainly ii j Dent with regard to the 1 tot my say Ahat i am a Sank upon the turf Nuu in Iuo a Wuhu muck i. The Young Man. Buried Bis face in his bound hands and burst into a flood of tears. A alas poor Marian a he sobbed a you will now starve and i of heavens will not be i near you a a starved Mariasa repeated the Voung Man. Whose astonishment was great a by All that s Good i have a sister by that name and she of whom shall not starve. Tell. Me. My Good Man. Who did Yon attempt to Rob me you seem not Lile a common villain a a a neither am a Aid the robber lifting his head at the words of the Young Man. A a a then Why i again ask did you attempt e butene Rob of 1 m my i am to formed by a Phyeria of the hospitals Here a Man at High. One of tie hospitals Sere a. And probity that be bad Analysed some of the wide distributed by the president among the soldiers previous to the coup . And had detected therein the Euce of intoxicating drugs and especially thou in in. In such quantities As must h a Sletty you will be sorry to hear that poor Many Hilt our a Eric Ninfi too1 Heck in the employ of a wealthy Moln entail full was i of and tet aft my new Bonnet. Fit in a oudh atthe m?n3on of to Eju mor my robbery �?o1 will Tell you As you desire it. And god knows it is alb truth. Two years ago i was a hoped that wherever she was. A Workin it was. With no harder teak mistresses count just come in being the sum expended in Good aunt Aud i. Making my a first evening a sixteen -------a1 shillings 1 in addition to the materials 1 these London dressmakers Are ruinous. We must de my charms passing into Young lady Hood a a she used to sit by him at Ai i toted it the pretty Quale silk of simple yet working in the Day towards Graceful fashion whih did duty a a a Best Home so fast lest anything is out an in y when we sent for miss Hilton again it was a sudden Calls to make mourning. The lost relative was one too aged and to Distant to Cluid someone to work a the House As did Lydia can too me much grief yet i remember thievery fact of our sitting sewing Black dresses and my poor aunt newly imported from the caused our talk to be rather grave and then country sighed while she listened my pretty the dressmaker told me of a brother the Only dress called Hock now no More for it Mark one she had who died of consumption How 1 a a ight. And go out the last hurrying might have Nap it ii . A a dress far More time than Richer Maidens would care to confess. The poor old thing 1 i found a fragment of it the other Day and sighed remembering the scenes where it had been Aud the girlish Boson which beneath its folds had Learned to throb with deeper pulses than those n deeper of pleasure at a new silk Drea my aunt s lamentations that my Forth their fruits. A a Letty a said she. On our aunt s lamentations that pee do that painful gloss we shrink ugly cast Over the cold word death while she a away. How at the end it was As she feared. She was working with a lady who kept her late to finish just to sew on a few trimming and Hooks nod Eye a a Mere half hoards a he was that Oue half hour too me and i brought never again saw her living brother1,. Oul a or a a chances a Mere Ehause a she next Linen drapery investment a i have found mid a the lady was not to and a dressmaker to work As Lydia did for High sighing though without tears a he teemed too teen Pence a Day. You can help her my dear quiet for that the Little dressmaker went on As you used to help Lydia. Vav Omen can never with her work again. Learn too much regarding the use of their Fia j _ we Pooli not. Finish the mourning in time a 4. A it was my fault. I fear inasmuch As i had in i acquiesced for i Hada fancy indeed quite vented a fantastic trimming which Cost a world s Genius that Way i believe Only i always of trouble to make to which poor miss Hilton wished to make the dresses on the set Katie with infinite a Tieu let. She Only asked if she rather than fashionable principles Aud i began might bring her sister to help her Whereto my to fear the London wort woman would not aunt graciously assented. But in always shy of confide with my vagaries so readily As quiet Lydia in the country. So 1 rather dreaded to Advent of s new dressmaker. Is she and when does she come the ays shy the pm a stranger a found great discomfort in the plan. Moreover the sister s name was Caroline Aud i had a girlish prejudice i have it stalk a against to Caro Hites. Min Caroline. Hilton was the exact image of Tny Abhorrence pret Eia miss till ton and Ahe comes to. Vain talkative the very Type of the worst now my dear go to your Pree class of London Dressm Abi who aunt a t a a her name is miss Hilton and Ahe comes to Morrow Ticino Ert. My Aristo Pride rebelled against her forwardness i Aid go but with the curiosity of fifteen j1 ceased to work a the room in fact fro to the moment she a ame. 1�?to trav Eatie irreverently a line from the grandest modern poet Othma k Lute myself Ana we misstate a ver after. Only i made my aunt Promise that never again should mis cnut Triue Darken ear doors. It seem to me jotting Down this sketch at Raa doot that there Are in it Many lines Aad touches that belong not alone to the portrait of out dressmaker. Well lot it Beso when Mary Hilton Earne to its again it was in the Winter time. She looked a Ever Pale and was still Peone to silence hut there i did not cease to speculate of the Young work woman. In fact 1 confess to have be stirred my Loxy self half a hour earlier on the following morning in Honor of her coming which in oar quiet life was quite an event. It was 1 remember one of the retest of All wet september Dove. Still., at half past eight i it it a a a of cd re faithfully appeared a Monr la Tele cause had 1 to be alarmed at Here a a it Wile thing who when she had taken off her Damp shawl i recollect inwardly wondering at her Folly in putting on soph a to Chelsea and walked Back to the City again. Honest unselfish faithful Lover Leor Sunry Hilton she in her Humble Quot Way had great Happie East the Only happiness which fills a woman s heart. But one night she had Daniel Ray. was i said on business Atid the poor Little thing de grieved Aud trembling when she started to walk Home alone and at night. She scarce minded the Bright cheerful streets she said but she did not like to pass through the lonely squares. The next evening she begged permission to leave by Daylight Aad at last will much hesitation confessed that she had bean spoken to by some rude Man and had he Grid on. Past her strength until reaching Home a or fainted. And then in nay inmost heart 1 Drew a parallel Between myself a Yosua Iader tenderly guarded never suffered to Cross the threshold alone and this Young person a posed without consideration Toady Sunoy Aime or danger Quot the lesson waa not lost upon the. All my. Life As far m my Power went i Hare taken Caw that whatever Tor station a women should be treated As a woman. For a week Mary Hilton worked for a coming and returning each night walking the whole Way believe though i Nevar thought about it then 1 have since and the Heedles Suee of girlhood has risen up before me As the Meriest hard he Rte due a. My aunt too but she had Many Quot thing to occupy her mini., and to her Mary Hilton was Only the doubtless we did but As others did and the Young woman expected no for i remember the last night Ahe looked so t Pale and wearied that my anal gave her at supper a Glass of wine sad putting Inte her baud two shillings instead of the usual eighteen Pence told her to have an omnibus de Home a i cry to tin my a poor Mary Hilton died last week a it came upon me like a Shock a Pang a 1 sense of the end that must come to life and ail i life a dreams. 1�?walking in the dazzling Light of mine Felt a boldness creep Over me j a sting too of self reproach and. Shame. Laid Down the pretty Bonnet and thought almost with tears of the poor Little dress maker who would never work for me any More of her hard toils ended her Humble Loye dream closed her life s Story told Aud All passed into silence then 1 thought of the poor faithful Lover i could not ask after aunt did. A Daniel Bear it pretty Well answered the sister looking grave and shedding one Little tear., a it must be a hard woman indeed who does not show some feeling when brought into immediate Contact with death. was with partner i one evening made the acquaintance of a Beautiful Yong lady daughter of a Rich merchant. T or intimacy ripened into love and we became pledged to one another. Thus our affair of stood when the father of my Marias became acquainted with the fact and forbid me his House. I was but an Bumble clerk he said and not a match for her whose affections i had gained. But the sternness of. The father altered not the feelings of the daughter Jere. Stramonium in such quantities an must have killed the men had they been allowed to drink their fill which the win a being of the choicest kind they were quite disposed to do. This gentleman farther states that Many actually died of the cerebral irritation created by these intoxicating drugs Aud that he had that very Day seen in his medical capacity fourteen army patients who were still insane from this j cause and that he was convinced Groat numbers would remain permanent a in.,sane for the rest of. Their Day. It Quot a. A a a. A. I lord wha Cliffe of England was invited by the Boston authorities to participate with them on monday last in celebrating on National anniversary. replied in letter thanking them for the Sompi Imet Ana added a lord Wharncliff can tally appreciate the demonstration of the citizens of Boston in the Celebration of so Bap Dutant an event of their National history. Hut the object of that Celebration a essentially american and on in commemoration of which it appears to him that a a he could not become ugly pretend to take a part. R. A i and be therefore nope and then Marian became my wife. Sider it As no evidence of disrespect toward a a her father from that moment would never them if he expresses his regret that he cannot see her face and he declared that not a Pound Avail himself of the invitation with which they of his wealth should Ever be bestowed upon his have honoured ungrateful girl. By his Machi Vatious also. I a it a a lost my situation and six months hence left it May it Gaid Little irl la it. Other Dav. Who a by hitherto kind Benefactor a has scarcely entered her teens. A Ama a Wiuf 1 of. God the agony of mid i have a Mee in h married a a Why child a Quot Sato the Aux i to go Home with pit her till the Zaat she died holding i hand.�?�. Dared a would have maddened my brain had in the Pott Ariss she a poor think poor to us gtd murmured my t gentle Marian Man uppermost in Ray poor Little things sri tender hearted aunt. I thought. For Many weeks i have sough a i ride borne. And thou and resist 3d� but i Hilton blushed with Mary Iii Aily took the so spese a took of such thankfulness poor thing the next time we wrote for our dressmaker there came not gentle Little Mary Hilton but the obnoxious Caroline. Her sister was in my health she said and had been obliged to give up working out. Hut would make the Drew at Homo if we would. It was. Settled so we promised that Mary most come to us to try it Folh _ ski Teetee one evening accompanied by Daniel Ray. For this she fatally apologized saving a be never would let her go out atom now Whereat my aunt looked pleased. A it when she quilted the room i Beard her go int the Hall and speak in her own kindly tones to a Orient Daniw. A Quot Mary Hilton triad pm my dress. A a a a White. Hip huh a a ill it Tawf hardly Able to stand the while. I re Membre quoted Thia afterwards not then for i was think tag of my pretty Drew and whether i would a a a a. She was a Good Little creature was. Mary Hilton but As for the rest of the family they were nothing Over Good not fit for my brother Daniel a said the Young woman rather proudly a perhaps it for the Best. will get Over it in. so doubtless he did possibly the Humble Little creature who loved him and died thus Loving might even wished it so. Every us selfish woman would. But i never heard what became of Daniel rav for my aunt and 1 soon after vanished from London and when we re tarred. Our Milliner had vanished too. Mary Hilton and All memories belonging to her War thus swept utterly away into the chamber of the. Past my girlish past. / but the other Day finding an old Many years old Drew one whose Meriest fragment Quot i could la was and weep Over 1 remembered among other things who it was that had then fashioned it and looking on the careful stitches. Thought of the poor linger now Only dust. Aad a great sense came Over me of the Noth outguess of All things and of our need to do food in the daytime because of the Quick a a a unc a ight a wherein no Man can work. A my lady readers my i Lincz that neither Ted nor spin a a How womanly tenderness to those who do toil and spin for your pleasure or profit and if you Are disposed to be harsh Haag Holew or exacting think of this simple sketch from actual life of our old dressmaker. Kytt Tuitt Osmos longevity an old or it Frei mrs. Me Elroy is now living in pm 11 Adelphia who will be 108 years old on the a the la at. To to one years ago be received what is termed second sight and can now see a clearly and distinctly As Ever. She does All her housework writs upon her youngest the tighter fifty one years of age who has been mini few three years past and attends a store or shop they keep in the front room. She was married in 1790, when forty six years of age., Media the Mother of seven children three of whom Are dead. She has a distinct recalled in of general Washington and various scenes a the revolution. Her father who was a Forman lived to be 107 years old. She was Orn at Ai Ipatowa f so Sylvania. 4 a Tew hotel i to be week Ead a col. Atilda of Buffalo a a opened at Niagara Falli thu week called the International by sought employment but could not gain it. Since yes urday myself and wife Nave tasted no food Aud to Day heaven forgive me the act a i started from the City determined to Rob. A ii can see How 1 have succeeded and yet thank god you overpowered me. Had it not been for my wife i would a Ever have attempted this but i could not see her starved of could. Not in and As he concluded he again sobbed like a child. A a nor shall she a cried the Young Man. A a i. Know not but you Are playing me false but i can scarcely believe it. Forgive me however if i take proper precaution against Treach j Etc As he spoke be again mounted his horse and bidding his prisoner to go of before they started of their Way to London. A a Lead me to your own dwelling a he Eon continued As they departed from the spot a a Aud if i find von have told me the truth you shall not a a thank you thank you a was ail. The overpowered Man could reply and they proceeded on in silence. The Bells of the Cibij were striking the hour of ten when two men arrived at the outskirts of London dismounting from his wearied horse which he left in the bands of the Hostler of an Humble inn. The Young Man followed the footstep of the robber keeping a Continua Eye upon him lest a should attempt to escape by darting Down one of the Many filthy lanes in the Vicinity. But such a thought never entered the breast of the prisoner for he led Bis captor of through several streets till stopping before s miserable tenement whose ancient Walls seemed As if about to fall to the ground he turned and said a this is the place where for three weeks myself Aad wife have been obliged to remain deprived of every Comfort and even the necessaries of life. But do not let me go Tato the ire Senee of Marian with my bands tons bound or heavens Sake Kadair unbind them pc should she see them thus be would know that 1 we a criminal a re a tear stood in the Young Many a eyes Ashi proceeded to do a requested for he i that such word could never Home from a guilty Aalt depraved being. Pushing aside the Ricketts door m. his hands were Freo tee poo Man entered the wretched abode followed by he stranger. Phasing through sort of a Hafl put t tee Lous Mother a what upon into your head a a cause All the other girls Are Quot getting married As pastas they canard i want to a Well you must hot think of such a things done to Yon never ask me such a foolish question again. Married indeed i never heard the like a a Well a if i can to have a husband mail i have a piece of bread and Tut ter to Bayard Taylor a a that a a ninety six vessels acid eleven steamboats have passed up the Nile during the season of which the greater part were american. Mashallah your country men must be Verv Rich said the governor. A perhaps a 1 replied., but gave the arabic word the bowery significance of a you a better believe the arabs have barely succeeded in learning that a Millikan need As they term it the Notan Inglee but from the lowest Fellah up to the Abbas Pasha they have not the remotest idea of our character As a nation a tem churches to new German reformed congregation Corner of 29th Street and 5th Avenue. N. Y., Are building a Church to Cost $100.000, and another on 7th Avenue to most $16 000 there Are also two other magnificent churches Trinity Chapel and the Rev. Or. Armstrong so going up in that City. Mrs. Lucinda Hall wife of Robert Hall formerly of Concord n. H., but now of Worcester. Mass., who received the title of m. D. At the late anniversary of the Worcester medical Institute a the first female who has received a medical degree in new England. Big Lump of new York journal of Commerce state that the american Exchange Bank received per Steamer Illinois in addition to about $600000 in Gold dust and of Pun Bare a single Lump of pure native Gold weighing about sixty ounces Aad valued at $1,000. The expenses of the late. German. Festival in new York amounted to $b,t50. The Rota were As Follower from the triple Hall a st Cert $480 from the second concert there $976. Sales of tickets for the Elm Park Pic air. $1 460 a tote$2 915. This leave a deficiency of $5 835 to be made up by the several German societies of the City. Joseph Balch an Aid Soldier of tha revolution living at Johnstown n. I went All the use amp fish so

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