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VOL. IIOL MARCH 9, 1861. NO. 75"
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The Umbrella Girl. wou
BY L. MARTA CHILI). of 1
A young girl, the only daughter the
-of a poor widow, removed from the of
country to Philadelphia, to earn her nes:
living by covering umbrellas. She cast
was very handsome, with glossy, black had
hair, large, elaming eyes, and 'lips befi
like wet coral.' She was just at that sho
rTisceptible ago whetn youth was ripen- not
ing ilpto womanhl,,,do, when the soul mool
begins to e pervaded by ' that restless her
principlel which impels poor humans to I
seek perfection in union.' ed
At a hotel le'ar the store for which sh
she worked, on lEng^lislh Itravel]lr', called sto
Lord hlenry Stuart, had taken li,,dingis. slt
lIe was a strikingly han ds mle 10 iman.
anid of princely c:;arnriilge. As this 1k
&distiniuished str:iger laissed to"t11 it
from his hotel, hoe c.e toult-rll til
umbrella girl, and1 wLas ;ttlrntdl by tei
her unicouilnn 011eauty. 1 easily iy
traced her to the sttre', twhere he ]1,.o. t,,
after went to purichase an utnllla. 11.
Thlis was ftillowl uip by li " 'nts if i
flowers, chats by the wvty-sih. hml
invitatie o s ti o Nlalk Ir, ride1, all ofl
which were -a'r;t.fully aecepted blly tut
thie unslSpilecting. rustic : fr wi. was
as ignorant rof the d;n'ers of the city t
ais were the lirrlr: of her nativ v.
lihlls, lie walsl ner,1 p. l nying a g-1in,1 1 i ll
for tenporary excittemnllt. Sh, , with tl
[i thead full of c'tity nce, o :f 1 Ii hea rt t i
melting under lthe iiV tlnli of love. It
wais uncotr, scit'i ly l ndht n ,gring th ii it
happiness .oif 1r whii e life.
Lord lesnry invited her to visit the i
public gardes onil the Fourth olf July.
In the simplicity of her heart, slht
believed all his flattering r11 of11 ssio s,
and considered lherself his briide electl :
sto the.refore necepted the inivittio,
with iinnocent frankss. llUint she Ihad t
nIl dress in which to appenar on slu44 it
public ociasion, with a genltl4m4an it'
high rank, whm| .iihe verily rnpplowl a
to 1e her ,hslisIt'd vi-,hat nd. W il
thlse thotI g t I r- ,,lv.1e in r miI nI l
her eve was inft,,rt'unl tliv attr",t "t l
to, a htInt tiful pl ,'('e f ilk, 1 itlon in t
to her ' llot yerl (',tul, .he t ik, it
withut ho.in"' se, n, and pay f,,r it
s-crtly vwhn she lt' l h ar e;t. l ni ,'
n ui lt ?r 'l'l te, pll ta; tion ("nw'in r''"
her in It ni ne t of wo" ;,'il - flit
( ne,, n,',, ah the silk, ,ill an.V,, v, l it t,
her l,,,iin . It w; tilhe t ir t dhil,'
w ay l,' "in nl i. h` t ,, l,1 l'v,' e ,irlr i .I
e,, , i n H'I w itt ir t ,.rit f
(.li the ' v, utfull I',,:trthi of .i,,iv. ,
tc:une-,ut in her w wt, !re.... I . i li, ;.
(i- th eir w ayv t , flit. ,- II - 1. ' 1 .I'," l
c. , m ohend. l 'e l , iv .' .- -
more explicitly. The guileless yo*u.g o tiol
creature stopped, looked in' his face ture is
with mouril reproach, and burst into who m
tearg. TIi*" nobleman took her hand The
and said: 'My dear, are you an inn - to the
cent girl ?' ity
' I am, I am,' she replied, with con- Stuart
vulsive sobs. 'Oh, what have I ever had no
done or said that you should ask me is of i
such a question ?' Who se
'The evident sincerity of the we s hin
stirred the deep foundations of 0i
better nature. ' If you are innQe 1
said he, . God forbid that I should intk'e
make you otherwise. But you accepted Wh.
my invitations and presents so readily, deepl
that I supposed you understood me.' Of.
' What could I undlerstand,' she said]
except that you intend to make me
your wife ?' s
Though reared amid the proudest ki
distinction, lie felt no inclination to youn,
smile. lie blushed and was silent. excut
The heartless conventionalities of the 'otP
world stood rebuked in the presence.know
of affectionate simplicity. lie con- man3
veyed her to her humble dwelling, and thJ
bade her farewell with a thankful i
consciousness that ho had done no
irretrievable injury to her future
prospect:. The, remembrance of her.
would be to him as the remombrano
of last year's butterflies. With
r the wound was deep; in the si fries
e of her chamber, she wept with bi r- had
i nHess of heart over her ruine g
e castles. And that dress whi she i
had stolen to make a n pil:iranL''
is befitting his bride ! Oh1! what if she ost
it should be discovered ! And wooll, and
I- not the heart of her poor widowed I
aI mother break if she ever knew tlha;t r;ich
ps her child was a thief? a lal
to Alas ! her wretched forehodlii i: prov- IBltit
ed too true. The silk was traio d to li-; "h.
h she was arrested on her way to, 'th. iv
} st, re ntld dragged to prtisoil. 'llere ]
sill refusted all nourishnli t, mnd welt ift,
inuessantly. )On the fourth dIlly, the ,y,
Sk 'l'er called oil l tIs:t T. Ilo il'er, at l t
. ilfitirilel hint that there h wais a yoin l nig
le "iril 1 prison llw lo aplil'l 'il to lie lit- i ;l
l terlly friellihiess, and deterinil cd tio die cu r
lv by stall'Viltion. The kind hearuted frieid nl
ie . 11I i f 111 d iir lyiig o11 tie11 floor of iher kme
..cell, witv h h,,r f ta'e hlui.d in her hadl s, ' tt'
"" 114 s "hbliwz ;1, if lw'r heart would 'rnk. Aln
!f li ' il 'l t1 , t .",i if,,rt her, but could bh- ti'il
1 tlin 11 nl s iiwir go
' it L iave iastlone," said he to the hat'
it k l'er. k i l'erIliiais sile will speak to
lii. it i el i i iisno ile to hiearll.' ihenli i
they i'were ilollin ticitihil'r, 1he pit halck t
ith tl hairt friln I ,r :i,ils. i, l i li t t
it kindly ,n her hc';nti'l h .l . ii-, A .,ll
i ll . , ii1it l:ll i t ' ; " M \ .i' : I I , ,, -I i , I !
iie h inl si thmig tiilmi5 '1-ti
dmc n .,e fs thy fathir. T'ii ll1 aci ;ill c o. h'' II t
(4do1e If thoi has Ialknli the ilk, lit
he me know all aliioiit it. I will dt for tlie
v. as I wouldl for lily ocwn laighte', ail I l
s ei, lt not ,iatt l n I , li i 1,i i i t i f
this illi ity .'
" i t A ftc ir a bl an' ' ;lin r ,i lit i . . ; if :ll e ti t
it ' iii.lt tr tý,- -h, ¶ ni, d 11't , m- .1i
1 i IC " ll iý .li '" ll. I' . ii ," " ( ." . I1 . '. ti
It I '! I L .I ii
itt~ ul~t ~ . .. .. .to h t
of thoughtlessness many a yonng crea- sight
ture is driven in to the downward path, to eut
who might easily have been saved." '"ii
The kind-hearted man next proceeded she, '
to the hotel, and with Quaker siiimplic- ce
ity of speech, inquired for Ilenry y
Stuart. The servant said his lordship little
had not risen. "Tell him my business that
is of importance," said friend lopper. for li
Tho servant soon returned and conduct- over
him to the chamber. The nobleman to it
'sod that i stranger, ir '(o"'
,1a er costume, should thns facto
inonn his hixurious privacy.
Wh ha u aheard his errand, hie blushed 'I1
deeply, and frankly admitted the truth one0
`of ei'rPltOittoment. Ilis benevo the s
r took the opportunity to New
', to the selfishness and was
si . Ile did it in suclh aextr
ki erly manner that the It 3
youn rt was touched, He and
excuse by sayiung A'athlev Old wall'
a etI *withtho girl if ho hai gav
ncoiwm uos1. I have dion' ge0O
- many gs," said he, "bpt Edei
I thbawk Oetrayal of confiding earth
9 on, my nscience.
SI ys eesteemed j basest
o bf which nma is' capa m
r inent of the poor the
orfRttuation in which
, essedihim great'y
friend re thabtha i
Rhad sake, the who
i fitable oy- WV
di posure-he t ote and
,l and offered to Sh
'1 Nay,' ei I
It rich an tpr ah
a largo roll of ch b
Sdaigtter of it poor w ol b
.. i the menans of doingihe reatinjurf
. ( ive 1t.1 atothe*r.' sid
e Lord henry handed dt another iv
1t ' fifty dollar note, and smiled as he said:
' you itindrst::nd your business well. set
cl It )y,,ut havi'e acted nobly, uitu I rever- s
ng ece vii fnir it. If y a ever visit
it- gl it I d,eadl to see nme. I will give y'ou a t
Scordidal welceoe, tdl treat you like, a
' iFartewell, friend,' replied ithe (mta
Sker. "i'Thoughi muhit to blahtie in tl:is
afftir, thou too hast helmtvi, n,)Ii ly.
a. 1 lay t 'h u h ,les et in I1 m do -ti, lit',, :
trile l ,' m rne with the feeliigs 'f j..
g Xirls nit ven with t-ts 1 I ,i ,*,) thi'rn I
hia' iv'e trayeld acid d.- .rtd- I
h+- 1h . . w .. \ t , .. I. ,
11' htr w )ll E"v I. w it -ll, . , i I: . I I"
I .-..l l , it .
t , t t w il ,It
sight of him ; but wheno she atteiupted A 1'
to enter lher courago failed. day, w
'But I must return to-morrow,' said collin
she, 'mid 1 could not go away without Nwaples
once more seeing. and thanking him who tfroi t
saved me from ruin.' Shle recalled her site,
little 1bo, and said to him: 'Look at and tf
that ,gentlnl al illnd relmenilc'r him well; was di
for lie was the best friend your ,other day at
over haid.' \Vith an earnest invitat iiln at the
to visit her haply lihormne, and at fervent the gi
t od bless you !' .she bade her belne- and 11
factor farewell. to the
IThe T'ihr e I'talacs.-'-'Tlh writer was ( 1
one day passing with a friend, through and g
the suiisrhls of one of the most attractive away
Now England cities, when his attention about
was arrested by threeoo residences of ojec
L extraordinary richness and elegance. fully
It was a bright and smiling ,Jun day, for 1i
and the spacious grounds, tasteful again
Swilks, and rich fldliago and flowers and i
d gave to the palace-like dwellings a gor- Iead,
o, geous and lovely appearance, as if nmirv,
t Efen-tself had lbee reinstated upon jury.
r eartl I said to may friend: one i
IThose are truly enviiable habitations a 1""
i; an happiness muist dwell thler if any- toul
i i in this worll.' beg i
Se.d, then lukedl s:il, nmud gave 'ere I
ollowiung aecoim,1it of the ll~mLu
those 'seats of bliss., Illnr
Sfirst,' he said, 'lives a iWoinaln
, whose lshaid r,.ids mostly in the of ti
SWVest, Speculathn g in cattle, sheep aIl inci
r wool, mud o nlly entlrmh11" il, fotr I few lv st
T- 'weeks in the y'ii. Sihit' Ins nI IhildIIn, ill
t'nd (only It di esticor two in tll h1I I '. o
' She t Id 'yi ly ltniais her desotlate ct., di- ditlit
on, mil s tý"s sihe would, joyfully ,x- justi
lanlgi her hlg.Lant huniw i for ta hiult ,t a
hab r , if s!I ( i',,tlli only keep her lius- hi t
band with 1r the.
' 'In the iu.i.t "ia siloi'--for the three.
Good hutsr to ethll. two en the ivwest add
side of the st r'etI , :IIhl I,'t .p )it... aiti(
S'lives a mnti, who' said mtv fritil,l th,
'nmakes I h/,It of hid slhous,,. II i l.- t111
Sserly QIud crel,, iand dtnhties his nluiall, th,
wife'the c1utto i.ti frtis ,f lit. ls 0th(
two tCtinlil -hd1 d;tugltetr.s siupotrt n
thlosi,ilves by tleaclhing, andl would not dlon
0go 1l,11 fit all, excetpt to comfort mand th
sust;iin their mnotit , lh .
l 'That spl,'1 ,lid l dwvllil tiell tlhe n ta tlt
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A Aing i)i,,',, let' Ihitchwavq.-Ilno
day, when the tlag-slhip of an American!
counmodore was lying in the bay of
Naples, sho was honored by a visit
from thlie king and royal faimily, with
suite, who came out in gilded barges
and full parade of royalty. The ship
was dressel faiun deck to truck in holi
day attire ; sido boys wero mustered
at the riopes, the nmarines presented a ins
the guluns thundered fiorth a royal saluto,
and the conuuodoro welhomnpd his guest
to the quarter-dock with the politenpss
iblitting an otlih,'er of rank.
)One of the suit, a spindlo-shamnked
and gaudily-attired Neolpolititi, strayed
away from the party, and cruising
about midships, espiod a wiudsail, an
f obicct hio never seeni beforo. It was
fully expanded by tho air, ho took it
for pillar, amid folding his arms, leaned
against it, when it yielded to his we'iglht
s n hIo disappearedl below, heeools over
- head, with at veloelty that was actually
f lnirvelets, lts wVas his escape fromi in
jury. T'ho mnishnp clhanced to thve only
olne witiess: this was It vetorini tar,who,i
S nlroaeluhing the ijquartr'-dAck, Iand
-toucling his hat, said respectfully, "I
beg lpard contnlodore, lbut one of tht Iin
'ere kings has fell down the hatlhwvay.'
L.rei' and .Iusticein a tquandary
11arriage under I)i/i]ulti,.s.--'Th0 St.
1 aI 'ldil (Mliniu.) lioneer says, that a jus
tof the iaco in onoe of the I rural pro
eincts it' that country, was called upon
h last week, at It late hounr in the ovoeving
to pertuornl tiho mrri',iago ceremolnly for a
symung andI interesting coupleO. It was
dilliult. to utll whotlher the lvoets or the
jitstic vwere the mist ttembarrassettd. It
was Is li t hrt. ttlttlt ttic, the knot, and
ht dilhn't, know how to dot it, but he Inttado
t.h uattempt. 'I'hey stuood. up ueoforo
l hlilll, Inll h ci 11n ceil tIhe( t work by til
thire'ss, plrtily reiligiilous and part y
ithtii imfrri'iI, Il t atl , i the i ni t u n t ;hiIif t
ilt-lnl t.1 t th1ey l1,1 I.ll ,,t r Sm aul for anll
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