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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - October 29, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioImp by Caleb Clark be Franklin printing House. J % terms by Nale a inscription. Clup of std a bpm Oral. 1 50 1 co r ail Iff list be n wornpantedte1th the Cash arid a a Forige Jaid to t. Caleb Clark \ by flask us pm it Iima hoi is t Cincinnati o. Ten from the Baltimore Clipper. Y Era 118 a o. V. 1 a silting Mirror go Altig pm an alter Quot 1. Littow Ohi bit be this is the Fate a so by Ijelu ten year agon where Are the Cheek Quot warm Rosea with the glueing rutty Rutjes a a and uie Mellow Lustre Jerlea Inibig in the Blue unclouded Eye they Harfe faded i can Rea d 11, Quot a s 1 be re reflected Clea r a ride co id Quot and the startling truth Breaks on me i ant surely Gre Flag Oldi Ajr Arhat i Lonsy Cluster Quot in nil me glance 1 Bankw ant throw. To bit blowing Hopes that Crown d Ine in Trioa Days a ten years time at my heart is knocking As 1 slew the Pim Roger 4 menu Owji i u Dock 1 no a a the of Yore. 1 am thinking of in Ltd Vii a a. Echoes soft and a Weeva and Low. Ami How Many Hare grown silent since Liis time a ten year Homan Flowers have sprung around me it pure childhood a Loving Guise botox Are Blooming fair and iia kity some transplanted to the skies. Cherish a trends the Best and Dearest a. That Ihk life can Ever Knob it it they have left me who made Sunshine Quot ii out my path a Tea year Ifor a 1 regret not waning Beauty. All too fragile Long to last to tout a slight re in a my Tali re,-1 a my the radiance of the past for si�11 my faithful Mirror r can give Hack a smile i know and the True heart tin ills i As it did he u years ago am so fasten it now v Adelaide Quot hesitated it was a however no. Conscientious scruples a a Liili occasioned her Quot he i tation. S he was a i run Row Oman. A Quot Bra u a a and a Little a very Little of a coquette. A Toad to her attractions by the slight taper Sheriea of the toilet w As she thought a very venial sin it was a thing which in the society that surrounded her was looked upon As d a oct i Mes even considered As it virtue. 5tie was a st Range girl a d Rea mor aft an this last with a warm heart and a Lively but perhaps too easily a cited imagination front her infancy she had been accustomed to reflect to question and reason but left almost entirely to her own unguided judgment the habit was not in every respect favourable to the formation of her character it was however but Little injured by it. She was one of those favored be fogs whom no Prosperity can spoil no education entirely mislead and whose very faults arise from the overflowing of a Good and generous nature. The thoughts that agitated her now were those worthy of her gentle heart. A a a i v a Monsieur Lanier a she said earnestly a a Sincli Beautiful hair could Only have belonged to some Young person. She must have been in great distress to part with it. L o you Kuziow her did she sell it to you what is her name i cannot Bear to Wear it 1 Shaft be thinking of her a nah Mademoiselle Adelaide that is so like vomit Why i have provided Hali the Young ladies in Paris with false tresses and not one has Ever asked me the slightest question its to How or where they were obtained. Indeed 1 should not of Tep Marc been Able to reply. In this ease however it is different. 1 nought it my self and a Uto a Btl r can give Yon a Little in formation5 respecting it yesterday evening. 1 was standing at my door in the line st. Hozore w Hen a Young girl attracted 40 doubt by the general appearance of my window stopped to Admire the various articles exhibited there a a to had a pretty face but 1 sekt cely looked at that .1 Only saw her hair her Beautiful Rich Golden hair. It was pushed carelessly behind her cars and half concealed beneath a Little White Cap. A Mademoiselle a 1 said accosting he re for i could not Bear that she should pass Ftp do a a is there anything that von would lire to buy ? a pair of Combs for instance. I have some very cheap although a i added with a sigh As she appeared about to move on a such Lovely tin ill ret. Emily. The false ha1b. A talk. 9 i a a tray remember,.31 Onsi Eor Lanier a that i wish particularly to up out this morning. It is now past one of clock and if Yoa a online endeavouring Todo what is impossible my hair w ill never be dress Tel. Yon had much better Plait it a Adelaide de Varenne pronounced these word in a tone of fax tto a linear very unusual with her As giving vent to a Long sigh of impatience and Wear guest she glanced hastily at the Mirror on her toilet table and saw there reflected the Busy fingers of m. Lanier the Hairdresser deliberately unfasten ing her hair and preparing once More to attempt the arrangement Tubich repeated fall ares had Ite dared to he an impossibility. He looked up however As he did so and seemed to read the expression of her features Fot a comic mixture of astonishment and dismay immediately overspread his Owna fifteen years a he exclaimed a i have had the Honor of daily attend my Mademoiselle and she never was a angry with Mea Forf Quot what can 1 have done to offend Here a / a ooh nothing very serious a readied the Young girl Good Nat redly but realty i wish von would not Dally so Long. It is of very Little think How ones hair is worn. M a Why certainly a very style is equally but coming to Mademoiselle a was the old Many a Iolite reply. Nevertheless i had set my Mart upon arranging it to Day according to the last fashion it would suit Mademoiselle 0 Adelaide laughed. It a but Yon Are it is impossible a she a a i have so very Little hair and i ant sore it is not my fault nor a she added airily a a the fault of All those infallible pomade and essences recommended to me by somebody 1 m. Lanier looked embarrassed. A Mademoiselle is so Gay she finds amusement in everything a he replied. Quot cannot laugh upon so serious a Adelaide. % an it laughed again and More heartily than before a m. Lanier continued indignantly Mademoiselle does not care then for the Tom of her Beauty in / a ooh 1 did not know there was any question of that a and the Young girl suddenly resumed 4 an expression of Gravity which completely. J of imposed upon the simple old Man. A you see Mademoiselle a he continued a earnestly have been considering a Long time what is vat to be done. It is evident that my pomade usually so Access ful have no effect upon your hair owing i suppose to a to 1 can t say exactly what it is owing to. It is very strange i never knew them to fail before. Would Mademoiselle object to wearing a slight addition of false hair a he asked anxiously after a moments pause. Quot indeed 1 should not like it a was the reply. A besides Monsieur Lanier you have often told me that in All fart it was impossible to obtain any of the same Shade As a nah but i have succeeded at last a exclaimed he and As he spoke he Drew triumphantly from his pocket a Small pocket in which was carefully enveloped a Long lock of soft Golden hair. A mow Beautiful a Adelaide involuntarily exclaimed. A to Monsieur Lanier that is far finer and brighter than mine a a the difference is very slight indeed it a Rood be imperceptible when both were braided together returned the Baird Reaser. A cd it do Pray allow me Mademoiselle to show you the effect a and Wittort waiting for a reply Ama it or requires no ornament. At these returned quickly Aud looking into Faiee exclaimed a a wifi Yon inv my liar Monsieur a a willingly my Ehid a ire plied and in another instant she was seated in my shop and the Brighta Masors Wen gleaming above her head. Then my heart failed me and i Felt half inclined to reins fit a Are Yon not Sony child to part with your hair a i asked. A no a she replied abruptly and gathering it All together in her hand she put it into mine. The temptation was too great besides i saw that she herself was unwilling that Wes buld break the contract never changed once during the whole time and when All was Over she stopped and picking Upa lock which had fall in to the ground asked in an us Fahrin voice a May i keep this Monsieur a i Ai Yea and paid her and. Then she went away smiling and looking a no be Happy poor Little thing after All Mademoiselle what l the use of Beauty to girls in her condition of life she is better without it.1 a and her name did you1 not ask her ?5 inquired Adelaide reproachfully. A Quot Why. Yea Mademoiselle .1 did. She told me hut it was Lucille Delmont and that she. Was by Trade a Huritte. It was All the in Fonn at Ion she would give a what could she Hare a toted with the Mon by perhaps she was starving there is so much misery in Paris a considered Madern Giselle de v Zarenne after a pause. A she was very Pale and thin a said the Hairdresser but then so Are the generality of Oire Young citizens. Do not make yourself unhappy about it. Mademoiselle 1 shall see her again probably and shall Endeavor to find out every i ice stance about we Ith these words m. Lanier respectfully took having by one More expressive glance testified his delighted approval of the alteration which had Talen place in the Young lady a appearance Adelaide having Sam moped her maid continued her toilet in a listless and absent Man Ner. Her thoughts were fixed upon the Young girl whose Beauty bad been sacrificed for hers and an unconquerable desire to learn her Fate took Possession of her mind. Her intended disposal of the morning seemed quite to be forgotten and she was of the Point of forming new plans very different from the first when the lad to w Hose care she had been confided daring the absence of her father from town entered the apartment and argue cd her from her reverie by exclaiming a nah you naughty dirt 1 have been waiting for you this half hour. Was not the Carriage ordered to take As to the tin series a / Yea indeed it was but i Hope you w ill excuse in a i had almost forgotten and Adelaide immediately related to Quot her Friend the Mircu Munce which had occurred and begged her Aid Iii the discovery of Lucille. Madame do he Ranville laughed reasoned but in vain and finding Adelaide resolved she at length consented to accompany her upon the a a Orel expressing As she did so her entire Eoo Vutiya the it would prove useless and us . The Day was spent in visits to the principal Moatt tee of Paris unt from none coaids aug information Bei gathered concerning the Yonng ode bad even heard the name. Adelaide was returning Home disappointed but not discouraged. Still resolved to con tin be her endeavours a he had just announced to Madame d he Ranville her intention of visiting upon the following Day the shops of an inferior Etas when the Carriage was suddenly arrested in its course by the crowd of Rahi cles which surrounded it and they found themselves in. Front of a. Small warehouse of the description she Alindad to. She Wae a bout to express a wish to enter it being still , when her attention was attracted by two persons who stood conversing near the door and whose voices slightly raised were distinctly audible. They had excited the interest and curiosity of both a their manner and by the More whoa a i sorrow depicted my tip to he snid in a half reproachful tone Inide Bent eagerly Forward to catch a glimpse of the. to whom the words went addressed but her face was turned Awse and the Large Hood of a we Fiji cloak was drawn Over head almost completely concealing her features. �?o1 do Trust Yon a she said in reply to the Yonng Many a words�?�?o1 do indeed. And now Good by dear Andre we shall meet again so ii a in end 6wn Beautiful Normandie Giitl she held out her hand which he took and held for an instant without speak inn. A May not conduct Yon Horte he asked at length a a a Quot a no Andre it is better we hold part Here. We must not Trust too much to our courage it has jailed is so often already. A and As she spoke she raised her fetid and looked up tearfully at her companion disclosing As she did to a face of striking Beauty although worn and pallid to q painful degree and appearing even More so than it really was from the total absence of her hair. The tears sprang itto Adelaide a eyes. In the careworn countenance before he.6 she. Read a bitter Tain. Almost 1 o a Tractive if j she d Rew Forth her pome Aud. Leaning Over the Side of the Carriage galled ont a Lucille Lucille a but the Young girl did riot Kcal her she had already turned in was hastening rapidly away while Andre stood gazing after her As if Uncertain of the reality of what had just occurred. Me was so deeply engrossed in Bis reflections that he did not hear his name pronounced repeatedly by both Adelaide and her Friend. The latter at length directed the servant to accost him Aud the Footman w As alighting for that purpose when two men turned quickly the Corner of the Street and perceiving and stopped suddenly and one of them exclaimed a a lab Good evening Bernard Yon Are just the very Jerow we want a and taking Andre by the Arm he Drew him under of a Porta Socarr uni continued As he placed a Small Morocco ease in his hand a take cure of this for to Andre till 1 return i. Shall he at your lodgings in an hour Tii Raud Midi Are going to the cite and a this pocket Book contains Yal liable we Are afraid of losing it. A a Croine tiros toe Quot by Selling tie far they contrived to in Art age and Ade very Well during the first year. Lucille made a they Ora taking a to or Home As 1 promised hut you a guilty. Flow could 1 do a qom complaint and her Mother thought her Happy. A. Parisian paid her attention and a Tica her 4o heroine his wife. She refused but As he appeared Rich tie Mother would not hear of her declining the offer. She encouraged him to visit them As much As possible and hoped at length to overcome Lucille a dislike to the marriage. One evening How Ever As they were air seated together a Young own entered the room lie had been an old to or of Loci lies up Uriab born s son an d an Early playmate. Soe sprang Forward eagerly to meet him and Tfaye Rich pretender left the place in a fit of Weald is Auger and they have not seen him since. Then troubles came one following another until at last they fell into the state of destitution in which 1 found them. Andye Bernard who had with his parents in order to follow them cobia find no work and every son that Lucille gained was Given to him to save him a a she said front Ruso or from sin. Last week she sold her hair to enable him to return Home. She had made him Promise that i Woald do so and to night he a to leave Parish a it is he then Quot whom we saw arrested Quot a exclaimed Adelaide a and he will not be Able to return Home. Of let us go to Lucille at once do Pray come with me Madame a Hermanville a and turning on her Friend she pleaded so Earnest a a Aiu the urge tears stood so imploringly in.4er eyes thatt Wab iinds sible to resist and Madame d Hermanville re fastened her cloak and soon afterwards with Adelaide and m. Lanier found herself ascending the Steep and dilapidated staircase of the House a inhabited by the Delmouth. Adelaide seated herself upon the highest step to await the arrival of her Friend whose a pity in mounting was not quite equal to her Orny. As she did so a la fid angry voice was heard Jwo feeding from the apartment to which this staircase fed. It was followed by a sound of a Young girl weeping and then a few Low half broken sentences w Ere uttered in a voice of heart broke a distress. A Mother dear Mother were her Ward do not torment la be i am so ill so wretched -1 wish 1 were dead a mph wretched ungrateful Girt a was the and whose fault is it that you arc so Juu Widl own hat will he do of thing not think me guilty knew would break Vona hear ctr his words a a Idue Tlly a prison. Will what j a your Darit Fig now tha Tyoa. Have to Inore even to st you can sell to Supply him wifhthf1 Means of Gratifying his sex trave Gafter you Andre approached the will soon Sec How sincere he is in his aft remade no reply. He placed the pock reply. A and whose fault is it to is Kwok Ems lady a i beat my Arad Johw try pc if in Wiki friends continued hastily their Way. He won Amin a a or Dytrt my aware. I himself preparing , when the foot Maii of acc t him Genii shoulder Anil told him of Mademoiselle tie a Reaues swish to speak Vith him. Andre approached the rare Ute surprised and half abashed at then and How grate us he feels for All the sacrifices looked for Honor then taking off his Cap. That yen hive made sacrifices Lucille that waited respectfully for one of the ladies u Yon would not have made for address.bin.,. A ,.i> a a he Otter muru tred the poor girl in. A at tub same instant a police officer seized tone of heart Broten reproach �?o1 have Given i in roughly by the Arm and exclaimed a my Beauty for him hat i have Given my life a there is one of them i saw them All three for Adelaide no More a Shock together not two Honra Agold and calling Tode beyond measure at the misery expressed in a Comrade who stood near he was about to the Low Earnest voice of Lucille she knocked Lead Andre away. At first the Yonng nun at the door of Tiff apartment and scarcely made no resistance but his face a few deadly wafting for Perm Sion lifted the Latch and pole and us lip trembled violently. Entered hurriedly. A a. J. A a what do Vou Wantt what Haire i done Quot Lucille of a seated at a window working he demanded at length taming suddenly or seeming at less to to to for she was Bent round to face the accuser but the latter Only Over a w Reath of artificial Flowers through replied by a Larugh Aud an Assurance that he which her emaciated fingers passed with a a a a a m Quot a a a Quick Coho alive motion. It needed Nota l be midst of which the pocket boo fell to the or Erabio number of Bauk would know Ait about it presently. A alight struggle ensued in the midst of which the a a. Round and a to Paiit netes beat ewed the vement. At this Light Andre seemed and i v to understand the cause of his arrest be stood for a instant gazing at the notes wifi a a Euly to understand countenance of horror Taeu with an almost Pantie Effort he broke from the grasp which held him and darted away Quot in the direct Foo which had. Before Bren taken by they tog girl. Me was Ini mediately followed by the police but although Adelaide and her Friend remained Forsom time watching eagerly the Pursuit a Adelaide touched her gently on the Arm. They were enable to discover whether lie what is the matter Lucille a she had succeeded in effecting his escape. Tell me a will do ail i Canto help you to tour it these words the Mother Kite roused a to ill very Vicc observation to discover that the work progressed slew if. The very anxiety with wild Mac seemed to impede the movements. And the tears which fell Pica signally upon the leaves obscured her sight and often completely arrested her band she did not raise her Bead As Adelaide entered too deeply a crossed in her own sadness she bad not Loara the opening of the door or her mothers of sir Price and Mademoiselle Devarenne was at her Side before she was in the least conscious of her is Tell me i w ill do All ,1 can to help you at these words the Mother interposed _ and said softly i am soft Madame you Are ver. Kind to speak so to her i am afraid you will find her an in Gratful Girt if Yoa had heard her words Tome just now to me her own Mother a 1 a i did hear them a returned she had Given her life for Yon 1�? Yea did she mean what did Yon. Mean Lucille a she asked gently addressing the Young girl whose fact was buried hand. A Quot a forgive me Mother i was wrong a murmured j Lucille a but 1 scarcely know what i say sometimes. Mademoiselle a she continued earnestly a i am not nngratefw., but if a i am lure 1 Hope so poor follow a Mur in Cpd Adelaide As they drove homeward a a for Lucille a As you have quite made up your , As to its being Lucille that we saw a said Madame do Hermanville with a smile. A if it was a she added More gravely �?o1 think she can scarcely Merit All the trouble you arc giving yourself Era her account. Her Friendship of r an die does foot speak much in her a a Why not surely Yon do not think1 to stole the pocket Book a sked Adelaide in undisguised dismay. A a perhaps not a but his Fatima Fly with those who did leads one to suppose that he is not unaccustomed to Soch scenes. Yon Fern Man a her the old proverb a Bis Moi Utti. In haute von knew Low my heart was hound to Home jete Dirac qui to _ and How miserable i am Here you would Day a do you not think we should Stive info and forgive me if i am often angry and Misti a respecting what we saw lie was cer patient. A a Lyon were never miserable till he came a retorted the Mother a and now that he is going Yon will be so no More. It w ill be a Happy Day for us when he leaves Paris. At this moment heavy Steps were heard ascending the stairs then voices raised As if in auge1. Luilie started up in an instant her Pate Cheek was a fumed with the deepest Crimson her Ejen flashed and her whole Frame trembled violently. Her toothed grasped bar by , but a he freed herself with a sudden Effort do Hermanville and the Hairdresser who had entered Tome time before she ran out upon the Landing. Adelaide followed and at once received the cause of her emotion. Andre was rapidly ascending the stairs his countenance Pale and his whole Demeanour indicating the agitation of us feelings. He was closely followed by the police officer whose v a she smiled tenderly and Trust fully upon him them letting fall his hand Inq Quot pushed him go holy Sway acid. Whispered a fio with him Andre Justice he done. Lam. Us longer Madame do Hermanville and Adelaide at this moment approached and eagerly related what they had seen both expressing their conviction of the Young Man s in Nocente. A a Quot a a it is not to to Yon Mart speak ladies returned the Quot gen a Rae won d Irlue 1 by softened a by their words. A if you w ill be so Good a to give inc your names and come to Morrow to our office 1 have no doubt that your evidence will greatly influence the magistrate in favor of the prisoner. A the ladies gave their names Aud promised to attend the court the fou owing morning and a shortly afterwards thy left the House having by their kind promises reassured the weeping girl and succeeded in softening her mothers Auger towards her. A k a the next Day they proceeded Early to court. As Adelaide a entered a she looked round for Lureille acid Perciv cd her s to Ndinga near the Dock her Earnest a Yea fixed upon the prisoner and encouraging Hito with a look of recognition and a smile. But my her efforts the Suai Lewis a Tad one for her part was heavy and the appearance of the magistrate was not calculated to Quot strengthen h e r Hope. Andre b and dec i ared. B i i i a a of e Ace his Complete ignorance of the contents of the pocket Book his Friend bad placed in his baud but Kisver intimacy with such Meh operated strongly against him. Both Girand and his companion were Well known to the police As Niener of bad character and very disreputable associates. The Dee in ration therefore. Bad hut Little those to whom k was addressed arid the magistrate Shook hit head doubtfully As he listened. A a Madame do Heron Villa and Adelaide then relate what the a had be eur describing the Young Many a listless look As to received the Book and endeavouring to prove that bad Andre Bool aviary of Tea contents Bis companion need scarcely have made the excuse he did Tor leaving him. At this moment a slight movie put was observed among the crowd and two men were brought f it award Aad placed Besid Ami re. Attner pipe Araluce. A scream escaped from Lucille and timing to her her she Poja Ted them. Out w i tie the Arne of Jules her fearing his own name one of the men looked up and glanced towards the snot where the Monug girl stood. His eyes met Crl. Anda of a sofa overspread Bis features Theu after a momentary st Ruthie. W hich depicted itself in the work i faqs of his c to tafe a nce he Quot a a Lucli the boy go we have injured kit enough already. He is Inocea to Quot a Jwj Wydo Iron mean inquired the magistrate while a look of Heartfelt crat Tad from Lucille urged Giraud to proce Eif. A a Andre know nothing of ibis robbery a he cop tinned Bis sole connection w it from a pm i amp a we gave him of find hip. Employment in Pari and All the Money he received we took Frodo him under the pretence of doing so. Y Cut Cray morning we met him fog the purpose of again deceiving him but failed. Lie had a outs do or but it bad been Eiven bin by his Fiancee that he might return. Owe Aud a he was determined his i would have taken Bis last sonic he a and the destined for cat ground his Teeth Quot for he owed me a debt How Ever a he cob tinted recklessly a it is All Over now. X am off for the galleys that s Clear enough and before starting 1 would do something for Lucille. A it a a a How. Has the accused injured you a asked tie magistrate. V Quot of Giraud hesitated but Madame Delmont Carne Forzato and exclaimed. A i will Tell you Monsieur. He wished to marry my daughter Hiu self and i she added in a tone of deep self reproach a would almost have forced her to cpsfeat.�?T. The same evening Magajne Belmont Andre and Lucille were seated Quot together conversing upon what had passed Anil deliberating upon the Best Means of accomplishing an immediate return to Normandie when a gentle tap w As heard at the door and the old Hairdresser entered the room. Tie appeared embarrassed but at length a with a great Effort Resler Ninor his emotion be placed a i0c packet tit Lucille s baud and exclaimed a , 1 did not give you half enough for hat Beautiful hair of your. Take this Aad be sure von say nothing about it to and put a a i. A Fik m a rats aft fatal i a ill Aalama a at a. A a Thot the tube be of a cams Quot it the. Aria f in an old newspaper file we find one of the a a off hand Happy efforts of the late a m. Noah than whom few writers of on country have the thu More of the Best impulses of the heart More of kindly and benevolent fooling Ltd their composite pms. Wien he Witiw a a a a a i off the Polit Kian Lxi a iut Evest himself. Wit i Domestic scenes the affairs of the fire Quot aide social life the welfare and happiness a of his follow men Bis essays had much Tif the Charm about them that in latter years to made Thole of me. Dickens so universally popular. The following thou he written some Yean Titi Cois not inapplicable to the present time esd Cion. A i Why am 1 not a Rich Man said a person to us while looking at a n Broca splendid equipage which rattled Dow i War a. F it was the equipage of a. Man of wealth Aman of yesterday a a Parchue in the most fashionable phrase we made a Fortune Sud drily by buying farms and Selling them out in lots and who was determined by i Bouse the magnificence of his entertainments and Richness and variety of his liveries his loud talk and consequential air to show that he did not Delft big to thy a Quieti Annilies of Quot same Hundred Yean distinction and wealth who lever offend by ostentation nor exhibit a heraldry to which they Are got entitled. We gazed at several of Simitar growth inc riches which sprung up Over night like Jonah a Gourd some by speculation others by Alecea Simi some by fortunate marriage and some creditably by a mechanical labor and Iago it unity.�. A a w by am i not a Rith Many said my Friend. 1 must Purchase somewhere in the West or in the Moon to matter when e i most plunge in the current of speculation and swim on to Fortune and Eminence most be Rich every Bod tries to be Rich Why shall i not be neb i a Liberal in my disposition hospitable and free. 1 should like to have such a coach and i Ira a House of corresponding mag Miccuce. Should like to throw st Emeit several times a year for the Gay Aud Iasi Donabie throng t should like you to Dine with me twice a week and pan Jab a Law of it old vory old Modem. In by a. 1 not a Rick Man a deserve to be said be musing and at intervals dropping i voice As he slowly withdrew his eyes Irotha Long cavalcade of coaches and Phaeton and. Whiskered footmen. To. In and red god Grabt Teton get As be Didt Ninfi dress expressed the same be mugs and Felt the same do Sicri and All under the same detested that Mou by is a i t he that sheer pal pile Obi 4 and Silver Tais Tinte riches Aad that it. Is in Der this delusion that Luiu saudi of our citizens Are racking their brains by Pught thoughts by Day toiling and a waiting Sandman aging Gud twisting and turning a of Topi the Corn mop settled and regular order of things to get Gold and Mirer under to Etc in Emp i that with their possessions they will c Rich. It in. R Istat Ismea politicians nay the govern edit itself is inoculated with the same mania and if All should succeed we should he compelled to Blacken Oire own Booth and wait upon a Rise 1. V is at t a b 1 e. A t be de 1 Jia to a to w Ever Eon sista in this in Tohaid Cruigan piece of. Gold the Only of wealth. We Are for the most Smirt Rich without exactly knowing it. The Anvil of tie Blacksmith is to him with his handicraft a valuable Mir hey Lump of Gold be lives by it and to his Mino habits an a wishes he lires As Well As he who pays out Bis Jagica and half eagles in the Market so with the Painter so with the professional Man the sculptor the musician the Man of talents All who possess the Means of acquiring wealth Are actually wealthy for if temperate and industrious Quot All these faculties arc convertible into wealth., nay Are More valuable and durable and available than the Mere Man of Gold Rind Silver. Let such a Man swim of the Shore from his shipwrecked vessel with the Mechanic and Man of mind and see who can succeed in Hamiag that morsel of bread necessary to sustain w hat docs the Man of princely i Uedoi do which gives to him so Many advantages and opens the door to Inch mooted happiness Quot lie rises late turns Day into night Dandles his time away in trifling employment drive mation respecting a mainly unconscious of its contents a asked Adelaide again after a Short silence. A the appeared a a returned Madame d Iterman i lie a and. I shill write to Morrow to the police office. Perhaps our evidence May he useful to him. A to Morrow a a thought Adelaide but she did not speak her mind aloud. A and to night he Newt endure the1 agonies of suspense. And Quot Aben she looked earnestly at her com paid ten i face and wondered if when hers like it was Pale and faded her heart should also be As cold. A strange sad feeling crept Over her Aud she continued quite a Lent during the remainder of the drive. Her thoughts were still Busy in the formation of another plan for the discovery of Lacille when Wra her arrival at Home she pm informed that m. Lanier desired anxiously to see her Haring something to communicate. A Mademoiselle i have not been Idle a he. Exclaimed immediately upon entering the . A there is Lucille s Al j hive Icen her Mother. Poor the Init # he to dad a they arc indeed in a i. Their room is on the sixth floor and one miserable be and a broken chair Are All the f a rupture. I or ornament there was a Roee tree in a Flower Pat upon the window seat it was withered like its Young mistress a. A they Are not parisians a inquired Adelaide. A a _ ,. A no no Mademoiselle from uht the Mother said i picked up quite Little Romance concerning them. Tie husband died two years ago leaving them a pretty farm and a comfortable Home in Normandie. Lucille was very Basanti Ini. All the neighbors said so and mr�., Belmont waa proud of her child. She Mil aut Bear her i a we i one especially to Adelaide and without waiting for one word of thanks he was about to Burry away when he was stopped by Mademoiselle de y Zarenne in person. A nah Monsieur Lanier a be exclaimed merrily a this is not Lair. I hoped to have been first Aud vet i am glad that Vou forestall etl Ine a she added As she looked into the Bright glistening Eye of the old Hairdresser. A my father has just arrived in town Lucil Audi t pause he offers Andre be be continued a after a Short he is interested in you All the Porter s Lodge at the chateau and i cause Here immediately to Tell you the Good new s. It is not very far frown your old lib me and 1 a and Snye Yon will like it Quot to not forget to and Darf nig past Madam take with you this poor Rose tree it looks like Yon quite Pale for want of air. There von must not thank me a she continued As Madame Delmont Andre and Lucille pressed eagerly Forward to express their Gray tude a it is i rather that should thank you. -1 never knew till now How very Happy. I might be. A it and As Adelaide de Varenne pronounced these words a Bright smile passed across her face. The old Hairdresser gazed admiringly a Pon her and doubted for a moment whether the extraordinary loveliness he saw owed any part of its Charm to the lock of false hair. A As he once More grasped prisoner a Ille. A Lyon have give patted the terrified Lueil runs a Sharp run a he exclaimed a and ogee i thought you had got off. You should not have left Yon hiding place till dark Yonng gentleman. And heedless of the frantic and agonised gesture of the unhappy youth he Drew him angrily Sway. Lucille sprang Forward and taking Andrea a hand in liars looked Long and earnestly in his face. He read in her eyes the question be did not dare to ask and. Replied As a Crimson Blush mounted to his forehead a i. Am accused of Roberry Lucille and Many circumstances Are against me. I May perhaps be condemned. 1 came Here to Tell you of my Canoe enc and to return Yon this a and he placed a Gold piece in her hand. It was the Money she had Ruthren hint for his journey the i it of the last it Rifke she had waded Quot the Board of aldermen of new York five 9 granted n donation of 1,000 to the ladies Home missionary society to Aid them pay Teg for the old brewery on the five Points which was purchased about five or six brewery on the five in paying for the Points which was pm months ago at Public auction the editor of the Home journal ascended Patrie Jan respected Only for his Gold and kilo ver. A tid of no puss in 1 e use to the Corn m on it v. Take the Man of moderate Means and he employs his life As life ought to be employed a a mixture of employment and recreation of rational pleasure and discreet hospitality. Go Down to what is called the poorer classes which we Call Trie substantial in. Rich the Hardy Mechanic and see How he enjoys life. Rising with the son his labors do not cease until the urn sinks into the West. He returns to his Little family and tenement at night and finds a ample Board spread by a frugal wife the smoking Steak the Good cup of cot fee the White bread and butter and an appetite sharpened by Laboris repast is Over he takes his Chubby Bov upon Bis knee i tie lies his dirty Rosy Cheeks Aud runs his fingers through his matted hair folks with his wife upon household affairs reads his paper or converses with his neighbor of the Best Means of serving the to Lojiw Calls. And when the hour of rest arrived he stretches if Oscle a. His hard but healthy bed and Sou i senses Are steeped into forgetfulness and his sleep m Sweet and sound until the shrill Clarion of the cock awakens him on the Morrow to renew his labor. Bat be has no coach has to net he has Only to go into the Street Aud to hold tip his Finger and a splendid Omu Ihus and four elegant horse drives of to tee sidewalk Aad he jumps in it is his coach while he occupies it and he leaves it when Aad where he pleases. Can the Man of Gold or Silver do More a it is All an error a misconception a delusion. We Are All. Rich when we posse within ourselves the mum of acquiring wealth. We have no poor except the idler and the drunk Ard. # sating Home , consequence of the High Price of meat the respectable cheap skiing saloons in new York have been compelled to raise the Price from sixpence to a Idepence per plate. Dan. Rice the inimitable has per re a a the st. Lonix mrs Gnu Colic Tefoa of a curios p ?yw5 1 the to ties which were taken on Board Bis boat the looked like a double headed tort Lees with Zachary Taylor and Are to be conveyed to White Back a to Ftp id it and fjan Lohy j new we a. Where a museum will probably Felici fottis.1 be a Trinity Church Steeple to take what mrs. Harris would Terra a View of the a Goa squirts. Busses he say the tended tortoises win idea and Ting Early a
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