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BUSINESS CARDS.
ADDISON & CO. Wholesale Grocers,, Com
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NuNDREWS CO., JIOIN W., Commission
a,11.-hnb1 a llnI Sh.l1,1 Aw.A.t., 91 Cohlnlon =t. jnl
ARTHURL& CO., I. W., Commission, Provision
C lll - ,r l 'nt., aK nd 99 N Ar L n.vo.
BENSON, J., louse, Sign andl Ornamental
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1ARIELL, EDWAIID J., Attorney at Low,
HjtISt , T YV., Attorney at Law, Commis
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-1I ItL, I .1 0., Carpenter and Builider,
n1,), AILL M;Kr , II Afh tw toro e is h, . ,l a ta to l
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-IUNBA I & CO., A. F., ommiossiot Croots
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I'ANIEL MYE, formerly of Kenrtuck,
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uI:.1,,ANJ. ,1l Attorney at Law, No. 37
.(. +ltEN1VOOD( & CO., MOSE, , Commission
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t). ('. TAYI)IR & C0., eaitlls in Coofee,
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i I\\I'ID'. 11•'". Attornely at Law, i :iCamlp
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. U<, ::' i' ,' fl , lil 'HIIAID, Cotton Factors
e U'i-:;i'C A'"IIII, Attorneysit LnawK, No.
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:.J. KiS".. .J(.N+\,% Dea. hmr in Foreign aiud
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I(8D A (,laNU, W. C., F~amily Grocer, 71 Camp
S .U 'l : s I"+.F'J'EIt. A\ttorneys and Counsellors
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NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCErTED, AT NO. 93 ST. CHARLES STREET, BY J. H. MADDOX.
VOLUME IV. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1852. -NUMBER 277,r
REGULLAR PACKE tS.
Oi BAYOU LAFOURCIE-R1, -
Il ar COAST en ld BA YOU LAFOURCH'F, PALIC-L IALP·
N'f :AfI DTWIE: WKK-'flte favorite prwe-
flAY .I a.Al i CA .·. I .ir nil F1 hiMiIni( .ill WIIFYanr ES
onlyg Iwo tripe s wer leatluq Nrw~rlnnnl arm 1 `UP.DAY alrl FRI.
UA Y, n1 8 u'rlr~rL r. . Ilrcliwly and Dwulldwnrilie rrrrr W NUN Ne
DAY .AI DINIl.I D, G .'.l .k . ri.xl}· I. A Iy. C4ill
IA-rnd. her FjA11rid. W7,Juan llr &mll Infeurrhr a far as TlriWJar,
Dnloa rerlr lryl S ri .II.,.II1. FL FA, frei y C WaIII'DI pI
HODAU \ AND LOCK MJILT-N F W ARRAN(IPI·
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III ~li~) ,"P all way Irri A.lltlhd ..in I InAtr 1Yd DI, I Irr. Ii
IORt A iLEXANDRBA AND NLT
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HOTELS ANI) BO ARIING
\TOTI-Tlie CITY HOTEL will b
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FOR SALE.
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DAILY CRESCENT. T
OFIIGIAL JOURNAL
OF THE COUNCIL OF T1LE SECOND MUNICIPALITY.
LeOtU NAPoLrEo AND Tin: CzAR.-The rumotr that the
late movement of Louis Napoleon was underotrat l and
.anctioned by the el-despotic owers of Europe are in a m
great measure conlrumed The NewYork vening Post. aWI
reliable papter. says that during the early part of the year In
1851. the Russi:tn Govertment sent to Louis Nalpleono. h
through its mitnioter at Paris, a series of lettero, urging 15
him to supprlos all revolutionary movement. to dlissolve lu
tlh,. A-lombly. dostroy the l'onalttuliol. nlid rlemir him. Rh
tclf absolute. The Post publishes tie fodlowing extracts
fromn thwe, papers, but it does not mention in what tlu. Of
ner they were- obtainld. If they are genuine.they unfold I
tIh views of Louls Napoleon for the future: :
"'fte oi.Ial ant d moral conditio n of tFrate Is till fear. ti
ul! .Although te prominent oleadrp of soeitlitm and 00t
r,.d-republiennism are ill exile or in priotn. yet dreahlrul o
aotert impend over o oneiety. Nothing is eor ure; .very
fotureo cntingelleuy in too b dreaded. It is withl a wild
antd trionplmnt texltation that Iaoohbiniotl I foofyrwordy 00
to tle o poIlble vents. to the ooynlo wa writh whtl ch Frane in
ooermany. and other countriesl ny be visited in thei mat TI
osprlng. If Io, the meet atroious achemoe will bch fully o
roniilied. W.ly th.hllt oaor o y. Threeiot in prospect all
atyeb , in whicet may Ine swallowed up soeity ani rivilirn
titn ! Tom ftrceo standl. nmortally hotile eaych ttoyalotler. to
oanertvtipm antl stoalaiom. The triumph ' thet irst ki
will Iea. and must be. odestrutive to the latter. a .
"WLhat L.tting good eould you i ope and VOen1t from tli
the C'gilatlov Assembly? 1low dlgraeooful to a great Wo
onato that foedy of jarring parties. distracted ponaloun b
and o arroy-o.thied. if not eowart ly noreo.pntaove, mwis
led by ontlgot anftd eolelh rtoow. atod in wlticb cloently
predolninato a fw men otle lr h hne ha charater. without to
oparlk of true patriotism. In the meonwhlle. as oin ll di
tbo of shame alr a grave warnlng to stntetsmon. there
lbreak out. in wild yxeloanutiolos and lu lteoh. the iount
t0ai parrty. eager on every o~oruindt 'to glorify the blosotdy
rdletertiona of 9103. and makeou n potheosin of the ilhins ot
wthe glutted theonmtoelvs with ri otand revenge! Braidet e
,to you not folly know. or do you forget, the threateningit
design whlichl the distracted partles oherish againatoyou-- e
you. the eleet rttr by six millionls of votes? The first
lwon against a (toLrleod and inteossatly nhattering Atohm- 1C
bly will crush it to the tround : and thereois th aormy.
which. acting otnly under the h iron rule "of discipline. will ii
readily accomplish it."
Inat.ir in the autumn it was known at St. Petoerlsburg h
th(t a great malny eona rvatives, before leaving Pars for
t renesrs called tupon ouis Bonaparte and etmrntcly urged CI
him t0 dissolve the AI.semblyy oofoore Ita nxt t meeting in CI
Notmher. Thie notes and aipatheetsof thle Rusiah Cab- C
i olet atumed a joIre energetic and more widlly-roaehlng a'
toot. We give. again, two fragmento :
"Th, sitouation of things has hbet u insufferahlo. t
f eal oroteIl r fodtir ! Youtr ro w ioMent est is In oerilto
ieopl'ody. To ly orinot to be.. that i the ole quesrtion.o V
'fwo prospects are glaring before l yur yes --'lloa orf 0 i
Freoolh hone ; utter doetruetion. or splendidl power ' If
yo.l,'onotl rike. iyou willb otruekdown. Thvworko ng
of the con rtitution has byeomoe a mortal oonfliet. It is
inoovtable llnt otne of the two pne Ahouold olorb the. I
other. Tnu musot t dare-you must oct with undao ntell od
eouragnoo As ai statesman. you ought to ave not only t
yourself. but France and Ettlope. The true touotiotn is
tint what hallht he fothe nt or ature of the insutitution of I
Itm State. but whehther the government .h competent and r
IIe to eotejor the spirito andl torrenof atlarehy, to shre.
ohei'tty flom tie most horrible visitation. a
". You have under your hand a greaot olatorial power-
the :llty. ho ktnow hooohw atmil.lole and onlnipalent IF C
tllrir ditcipline. e know wit h I whot. klllnl ealre their I
tie ill ao of admiration for a great noame have obrn CherI;o
Flitet ant d fI.telrfd. Thit-y will be ealeor to oo.pttle rilh 1
yoll. 'They lthove bieen long anti gteioviotly smlting with 'o
lt Ihteumilintionns of 1030 anod 104. Their tmle. their glo- 0'
Sol'totyd patriotic timen.has c elbo at lst tongly anotod
unynuontolo ly they will tupport yout and. behdds. Ihe
!hey not a paramonunt ilter..t to upport you. by O e.oom
'ng:t ptaramonnt laovr ill Io e Sittl . o andttl.ol dbftlcoof t
sooieiy andeioilization t Rememboor tile 00otl0 of ysour I
nlllclc. M Iielotr ,ltit stl F;'alrm,. and that tile Frvueh wlant
tool y. Iotieryd with an iron hand. coveredl witht a glove of
vol'1. (mjbi daltfer et ganl de- eltuu s.) Forance haw reaohed
a c oie tihat requires bobl and promp at deeioIhn. Colr a
,i,+oh',, r,.a ai"n're a in powyo..tot ; and you are the slet
mIan to accomplish so impoltant a victoot for tho pewee oto f
tll' woyrld. But. if n.led maly be of our influence. that h
IMleneoh'l.all nottatil you." i
A, bE:or-loao llotvr 000 Soot-. lady bof-' boirth.
tastel. high connetionli und lit'rt y ah enlpli.yo lnot ts..
lateIy committed suicide in Engiandl. ntotoly n esthe toIo he0
lu-owt pangs logf ltratio,. She had 'pnt the Last ' rem.
rant of ther folutule io loourint fotr hr only net alid
shLiplnant'o leyth on board a tmerchant veoel. After Cx
Itosoting every honoorabed expeollent otfr procUng rellF.o
Olte trminated her tufferings by poison. Upon her tat.ll
aftelr destll. wan doyvertstl Ile fotllotting ltter
- I have now concluded ry Last rarlllly repl,:t, and t fll
trosuo.t:l every, al.otm nfi t,l d I pl-.o elo d. oloo ollloog.
oIre·- ,er,,neIl10 (andtt-nted 0,yont oxpre.o.i ul it fen toa
ile flat I oy (alt.oot feuknoWlo t to myelfyo. I. e.. the mat-.
ner lof it) lot.llll.ltolty o.,ma ioXloeahotyolo lio.nk wliot fit
lfre i oaaon. I have strin.-o oo nastuo for tillo ,Ii.uie".
ozll,.olAd witll phint. toll he a u o lllot.-tHd a dltlolt oo.o|io
and name sine, hi, l : apparoent deathl . ln t ao linl.0 lluO
ar. .'ilry antl y thinsl 1 k» of i lll, e natur c s il ll·ttorotllt.
I dtte tol reveal lot anotholler worol I aut eontinto,l I
-Ill ejoy i reat Iloltpinot.ao nt nee eall thloga ttttully aolo
ley' l oeaIly nre. lKnowlelge J turt ever ougOht to ae
,ttirello.t gtlorous it .bO hilo to to abl' to gp0 1it io ll ll
its rftiautfs hI an ete.rnal hereaftm'r o lalf the dull. to
II ,oat. :uoot o t .rnltyo Sf all fhoe Llly 0 ,0er.11 l oo -
Ir's oal eartl. El.louod 0and her doololpdeoi , :Iore er-o
oahi}o thlo worst. Thyere Ito.re laow for tyhy rih : nlother
for the poor. hItelleo t io It lor1iout, :a hol-lik gift; inn
Clleglald. it i lootthing withoot taott'y."
O'p h' t,, hel:lhle wo~ laid a nf'.oal c0p1. ready t0ilnll03 .
t.Ill buoitrited. oer ktys lllot poapershlll. tltt'lttte eIo toro
oyre Anlto hoe ptpers w,,re foald ha diary. in hiych
ar, reeordedl htr mllaly folltess npplieathioo ftn' atsisotlol .
teller atllre,sed to l,ady 1Pe,. eold tning ro ue Hole eIl
tile delt otof Sir IRobort. ;lnd other mlly tteos.t
o. ao: o .0 o',ot:o.'.o-Tito Looetlaaoi'lot.toriaoflthe Iolo
ra.: "" W learn that 'llapt Calhtell. proprietor otf tileI
}'r.ooltke lreelI Furllnaee. tentukhy, near o 1hpheodailll. iab
chinel.y, d li was aIteapti to tolOrange something allllot
he ~llheell t hu his coat cnaght in thle tl'-wl.heeo.lol which 1
driow oolon in. ndl carried him compet.tely round, wrench
ing lis arlo froml till, oohkt. anl veory eveoreoly hriOo o1
li, laod nbodtiltoly ('lapt. C'aldwlool was formrnly mastear. I
and owner of the. .tenor llrllotnlte t ldtt:ta"s
I . o t . . . t.. . . .E - o-T ' tt lo ol, ar , . oo i . o o'.) D ..ot .
lt : Rom litt title fIt'e ws Ieooatl'ed thlila od'vlal brtlhvet
t llttoh cotnmanltloolftit,'ololoalpt. It a i t mid tho 1ey. 1
lohayl formed a distlinct oe.ttlemen at olollntaiu tl'e0.0
Fayette ctult y. ill tthatt Sti-. where tlhy have purchased I
141 .It wtort t of faymlitng llds. Sihoe the, latotion of
rhl t'rr O 0rly ethr ftamiliea hate followodl. Anotllg lthose
who are well known aO lenader of thle sect at atre
let. l)r. Scott. I. S. Ilyatt. the lrinter. Malro, leuediot tool
oMessrs lo.LII daWisn-o atl Coltocll. T'flo papers "00 di0tlted
by tho Spirits." heretoforot puhlioloed io Aulbrn lrtr. to be
revivted iT tlhis new Meca of u Ietw religilon. 11 h'rle ie
tolo Ito-ho.ter topoto__ '-'
Tlee Innsll S.*Tce o'nolootSt.-Mr. Wtb.tl.r hyb written
a letter to ourt Ministert at the Court of St. .lttnes. in o t
h ttolier thalt the ilttereot ioo in their bIehalf will be sle
SOlrIoIAto noAh.ittys.--o'tle Shlcibyvle tlaoi , Vollluteer
• ' The Odd Fetllo. of Ruhitlll llalo this plae- mtlolo ai
Otrip to lnightstown to inter thle holy of Mr..lollo oI)ohlo.
:' dleeosedl oembler ol their oirder. on tilt 5th ibot. 011O
a0rriving at Iingstow. they were informed that it w.t th.e
oolofliof of the I000.0-tlald boyther.y" bloant. tOot lthoir oon wat
ltt dllold. hut woat toldy iltt otonce. 'i'y eftt. ololoEr
Olh] illlooroo siollpooo wI. o rlt hioloinotl. trotm till. oolotmlollonf I
a 000l01 0ghl al Iy rotoellooltl o'h tohe e,'tI tllht JOlll tt1tohh,
-aw dtays-tlhe irl aeino a intdiltnn ot tt odpttldtoloio l
ItaplerO." and Lhot paroott of oohte. or eitolially tIlto to
llor. boinlg lelieverso ill the ntyotery. at also tho otp
paret00 oaorlto of thoe obeatetod ollo' body. tolt the fitot
olf h:oohoo boat its rigidity Thoo doceaoed w0000 a believer i
thP ho pirit aptt.allondllo had not taoetitoulloy nlonritluea
algit.t thl Oillo' for tht, purllooe of htailno'the clelotryityil
Iont.ot. Ilo l.aild. ould wtas uuer elororo.olilory yeiteluo.ntt.
-x fotoitolltont lh- ata iootoilotaottweoe thle lrOhaothd coutes of
tllo dloololh. Tho o rilldo of tho drocalo d wonho tllt trnoit
| ....... ri~i ......il tl,, cO!,l,bt, hlclr ......fenxive,"
iovrrnvlr,1 Iprec olwlnel:1.,.--WCe nmke the folhowing
extract frolu a 'auhllington letter:
,l The -objtet of t;oernnent .xlmnditure Ihas been
boughRlt op in the Senate. In tle dieuwion of thel eso
lttion Innjniptiugtle seventh eensns. Sinel., tle year
I2J5-. thte expenlitlr.n oi odinnry aeou i lav111 inu
cra.edfroI l t.welv millions i year to fSorty nmllions. in
Ite lat year of ithneual Jackomn adminitrantian. Mr,
Woodhbury ttimnted the nte.,nnry expeneto thf tit
erl tvernmtnt .t ttwenty-one mnilionn. They will hardly
ever be again reduced bnlow forty millions. Tihe expnsmo
attendant on tho addition of territry, nu r iuncrsted
foreign intttrurse. andn on additions t Armny andINtaIvy
,sntahlishlmnnts. account for tile nrpil nugmentatlon of
expenditnres. The question now is whether tine epenl
dlitunes on otlor aeouut than thoke of nationl dlebt. can
be kept within forty millions. It in qnite certltin that
Uthey will not be. The earots demanIds for Iprjectn nw
befIre Congress, some of which wUl he provided ftr. will
augment the *expnditures. Whether thle rewtnm will
contimue to increanse In a ratio with thle expenditures, it a
great problem.
l tn. Roseca.--The Chicago Journal onf lt 5mh Intt.
rayn Tile way-mnil fron Chicngn to nhl-nt wan tles
front the stage on Tuesdlay norlong llst. ani was fonild
on New Year's dny. ,n Silver crtek. tlt open tnald rilell.
Some litth, damage nwas ont, I t h contlnttInt by lying in
the water. Whit packages are misiing ih not yet nwcer.
tinted. An examinntion of JohntP'lnce. formerly n tng.
driver on that route. nwas held, and he committed for
want of bail. and is now in the Rockford jail. The evi
ldens agmliunt hinl. althouh i irin utn tia, l' littletn l.
the Ae PapSF(U CI; "i"' :i. It o setaa
THE FIRST AND SECOND ARRIAGE,. to
19.PT . f.,
-'Tht whfeh I1 crtoked cannot be made atnralht. And gi
that which itwmuing cannot bt numtwred. [EsCL. IOt
As a married man, Herbert continued very tli
much the same as before in society. What time 'i
was not given to his profession was spent chiefly
in the gay circle dof which he was a favorite and P.
ornament. Ilewas very little at home,
as little as he could help. lie was naturally :t
hated small rooms, low ceilings, and g"
shabby furniture. flated being waitel on by a
female servant-in short, hated all the details Ft
of small means, lie haid been used to them
always, certainly; but that does not reconcile
people any the more to what they dol't like, lb
thoughl those who know nothing of the matter ch
suppose it does. The houses of the rich were
open to him always, and there were club rooms,
spacious aml ltiee, anrl pleasant avenues, to esa- i5
cape the perpetual remembrance of a limited M1
income, which his own house forcel upon him.
Ilis wife did her utmspet to win him to love and CO
home ; hut she failed:
She had marriel-him anainst his will, and he th
resented it. ithe was gentle, and loving, andl
kind: but she did not gratify his vanity, and he en
alid not love her the better foar theprivations they he
were compelled to endure together. STre had nous '
beauty nor mental superiority to supply the at
places of eternal charnrt. andt he poodt ap pains
to cultivate her toltes, though he felt -himself
sacrificed, because they had no syapathies in
common. C'old and careless from the first, he dr
grew irritable, and often even rude. Heart
stricken and mortified, she tried, poor thing!
every device that affection could suggest to make to
home attractive. There was no sacrifice that
ingenuity could invent, to make their little in- is
come embrace some of the luxuries as well as
necessaries of life, that she did not make. His Is
little household was in the neatest order, and his hi
table was supplied with delicacies that nothing th
but her personal exertion could have secured un
with their small means. In short, his tastes and to
comforts were studied with the most sedulous
care, only to make him more selfish and ex- th
M
Had she known hter own rights, and turned
upon him with spirit, the effect would have been is
better. Buit that, an inward consciousness pre
Humbled by the conviction, which was i
Itrced upon her at last, that her husband did w
not love, she bitterly acknowledged to herself u
that she should have adnmitted the fact before.
She could not conceal front herself now that
shite had married him in spite of his own wishes; tl
that hle had tried to break off and she rould tl
not. But for that, an outraged lovemight have a
roused to another cource. Site would htave felt t
indignant as well as aggrieved, and relembered b
what site, as Mary Harper, had sacrificed in be- a
coming Mrs. Herbert. The deep consciousness, ti
however, that her hushamn would gladly have n
spared her the sacrifice of becoming his wife,
quenchled every spark of womalnly spirit. She r
scarcely felt herself his equal, and madle her
self his drudge. A fatal crror. Brilliant as he h
was in society, many pitied him for having such h
a little dowdy wife. Indeed, lie pitied himself. P
lie was eloquent on the subject of " imperfect
symptathies," anl talked sadly and beautifully it
of a life that was " aimless." There were never
any Iersonal allusions in hlis remarks, and per
hiaps lie even did not mean others to apply themta ; i
for Ihe talkedl f'rom the tasutilance of a poetical a
and discontented minl, which lie i
mistook ticr the sandness t,f a heart that knew no '
resting place. Ile had no sense of duty, no
Tense ft' anything that required sacrifice only
a deep sense of hlis own gifts, and that, some- i
how, his destiny hlad not been fulfilled. d
au.ch merits as his wife posesessed he did not *
apprleciate--her patience, her gentleness, her
exertions. How she would sew! Wehat rows
and rows tof stitching shite would put upon iris
linen. and how beautifully she slid it! And, if t
Ihe noticetd at all whalt sithe was doing. he only t
thought site liked it! Better v:ould it have eent
Ciar hbit, a tliousaul times, and infi nitely better
fort her. if ]hia wife hadl been ai ditffrent woan.t. 1
Sutc, qualities as site had were worse than
thrown away upon hima, for they only spoilt hint. a
tIlad sihe 1,1ytl ithe Iharp nnsl sung, though site
Inever touched a neelle. ana neglected hiis catm
I arti. ihe amight halte been csometimes cross, llut I
Shet would neveer have dlespised her lns1 lie mar
rinld ('lara Heywood, lie would haveoe Ieenl bet
ter man: for, in alairing her, he wiouldl have
known whtat was her date.
iHad he been ptroud of his wvit, he woutld have a
exertedl hiimself more cheerftlly in the path of
dutvy; and even his small hI ime woultd have
borne a different aspect. had the wife who pre
sidedl there been one whoma others admlired.
lBut he was growing albsolutely ashamed of his
awife, as the conscioaeness of not pleasing ren
lered her diffident, and conseqently awkward,
and the little air shte had had as Miss tHarper
shle now lust from her want of intercourse witlh
society. Nothing tells sooner on a woman's ap
pear'ance than a tioo close application to dlomes
f tic duties; and. whien you add to tlhat a poor
and comtmon wardrobe. a wolmnu nutst he ele
gaut, indeed, who still retains her air of supe
riority. The grace that rises suaperior to ta ctl
icso frock and the kitchen, is ituly grace of the
rarest and finest quality. What then was iloor
Mary's hope of lkiang anything but tie spirit
less, over-ser'ved little drudllg that she wats
The biteth of a daughter was a vent at last
i br the mother'a overcharged heart. She lovel
the child altnost to idolatry. But to the ftther
she brought asno addition of love or hlppiness.
lte turnel away altaost in disgust front the lit
tlie reda thing tlhat squalled so. A girl. too ! and
lie ihated girls. hlad it beent a boy, lhe might
have felt some tenderness for ithe mother, while
he iaindulgeal in pride in his child. But a ptosr,
puny, crying little girl took no hold on his heaort.
'" low you conghi, Mary! " said her husband
to her.
" Yes," she replied, " Ihave taken cold."
" Do take somectiing, then, and stop it. Can t
It was spoken in impatience, fora the sound
jtarred upon his ear. There was no telnderness
in the tones, no kindness for his wile's suffering
that suggested the remark.
The child was delicate, and night after night
Mary paced the nursery with it in hter arms,
trying to soothe its pains, and still the cry she
feared maight reach its father's ears. And tlhus
the cold. instead of growing better, settled ill a
little hacking cough, that irritated Mr. per
bert's nerves, while it wore out his wife's lungs.
Shite grew daily paler and thinner; but she ut
teretl ns sound of complaint, and only when she
thought of her baby ier pale lips quivered, and
the mother's heart rose within her. But she
felt that her doita was written downt, and sthe
had no spirit to struggle against it. Hlier a
ther's falmily shte knew woublt receise her child,
and to a sistersa love she felt shite cotld conflide
it. Ilcr constitution andl heart were alike broken,
and iHerbert knew it not.
Thie ilhysieian was thie first that called his at
tention to lto fact of his wilb's failing health.
Hie was both startled anad shockeda: for there is
somethling in the ntear approach of death that
aIppalls the most heaartleso, unloved though the
olject maty be. Hlerbert wsas ottentive and kind
now. ano would hiave done all in his power to
'savc her. Blut it was tuoo late.
Fcrtunately Iais snsibilities were not taxed
lhong, or ite might have felt, with Mr. Dubster
thlat she was a " tedious time dying." But he
hadl scarce time to ralily front the first shock he
Sreceived un learning her situation, ore hcr rapid
ly siukihg frame told himt thlat the and story was
uear its clase. Somcething like remorse was
mingll with the horror he tBlt in the final sepa
ration of himself and wife. HIe had taken her
" to love and cherish till death do nus pDart."
5 And how had hIe fulfilled his vow Ile hung
d over her in anguish, and shie miletl gratefully,
Swhile breath was ebbing ftat ; and relying on
a higher promaises alat brighter hoped tlhan ,,rth
e,oulid have afforded her, " after this painfullife
t ended," hIer spirit passed in peace.
Thiose who halt voted Mrs. Herblert a dowdy
during her life, pitiel her now she was tead.
Some even said her ihusbanl hald heen untInd to
Ilcer. which others, again, indignantly deried.
" I don't suppose he Ieat hIer, Fatnay, when I
say he was unkind," said Charles fastings to
i' his sister ''; but, if to negleet a whbmn is not
Sto he unkinld, 1 don't know what you call it."
" "llow do you knowa that Hcrbeat neglected
his wife ?" warmly rejoined the young lady.
r " He never was at home," replied the brother.
-' Pe was forevor at clubs, or in society, and she
l i ever waS, ithl hitm."
SWell, porhapw stO 414 not wahil his o.' " 1".a
turned Fanny. "What pleasure could she fnd l
in oiety? A dull, ugly, little tHag." ma
" Your plaits, lttle peoole like oeety seTellUn
IItothrs,.a" msrs edfads-ings. °P eaecanothety ia!
'give no pleasure, it dslo not follow they reeive
none. .mey isr t hem a kind of .pectack;
like to see howarple Areep,znd what'they tol,
ire dding. 'They don't go te, ts t tolok. 5 n
with one;" urged ITh I~ Rbty. if t
"If auch a person halppeno to heona's wife,"
answered Charles, " I think she has relft to fat
in society if she likes it." E
o" But he was ashamed of her,',contihiled as
Fanny. she
"Ashnmed of her !" exelaimed Hlasintis ti.
" And what right had he to be ashamed of her? as
was not obliged to marry her, and if he pre
chose "- be
" But there. Charles," interrupted his sister.
" I think you are mistaken. I believe Herbert l1o
did his best to get rid of hiseniggentent; but his
Mary Harper would not let him off."
"Tflhat's had," said-the youngfnmn, emphati- he
aenly. " That makes a differenee." On
" I believe it was nothing but a,sensaof honor It
made him marry her," eontirined Fanny. pa
" It's a pity his sense of honor could not have t5e
him a litftle fasrther, and made him treat th'
her well after he had married her. Commend at
me to the honor that marrie a woman to make or
iher unhappy afterwards!" se
"1 a lwyspitied hlim," puaruedlMise Hastings. lat
" Ie is uch an agreeable man." tev
" Oh, he's greeableenough,"said ber brother, cys
co
" You don't seem to like him, Charles?" heu
"lo o," lie replied ; " he's a cold, selfish fel- pee
low." sit
" Colrl!" she repeated. " Why, Charles, he
is one of the most enthusiastic men I know." get
" Enthusiastic! Yes," replied Hastings. " He mt
in ecstasies, Igrantyou, with exquisite musie his
but a man may be a cold, selfish felldw for all it
that. And if he leaves a poor little wife stitch- wt
ing at home, while he is indulging his elegant, to
testes abroad. I think he is." at
" I never heard Herbert express a sentiment at
was not noble antl beautiful," continned m:
Mies Hastings, warmly. an
" He talks well, no doubt of that," said her th
brother. "li'e has talent enough." .. fo
"D7tpen upon it," persisted his sister, " that. to
if be had made a more congenial marriage. he go
hapv been a different and perhaps a better to
man." so
"t1 've no doubt of that," replied her brother. tel
" lie always gave me the inmprehsipn of a man
had met some earlydisappaointment. If abs
tle so, and he has been. forced to marry in!
his inclination, there's some apology for hil
man. Not to get the womanonewants, and di
olligel to take one you don't want, must put fI
gentlemnm's temper to rather an unple.sant en
certainly. I wonder whom he'll marry
he pursued. bh
" Oh,.don't begin to talk already of his mar- w'
ogain," said Miss Hastings, quite shocked. vs
"1 mtat him yesterday with such a-weeper on et
list, in the deepest black from lis head to H
boots, looking as sad and widowerlike as ci
possible." it
"l He'll be more interesting than ever:' said
lher brother, a little sarcastically. tu
h" Ilt he really looked sool." Iti
" 1 dare say," replied Hastings. " Herbert to
just the man to have his imagination strongly si
by death.. I should not be surpised if: of
by This tinme, lie fancied he had been very much at
attcal:ed to his wife, andl the most de-oteol of hi
I.it)holds. Besides, decency prevents his going thl
in seriety at present. Ite cannot even shoow 8
at the clubs, and no doubt he tined 'it S
dull enough in that little house of his by him-s. a
t
And this was pretty much the truth. Herbert fi
iwas eaoinently a aooial mau, and, cut off at once do
from aill the pleasures he had been oacustomed d
he fouhlthis lonely lonme gloomy and sail, in- C
deedt, when he returned to it after the business E
of the day. The intense silence and snlitude b
r olhere Death had so lately reigned, impressedl
with a sense of desolation that was almost
t intolerable. lie suffered, and thought that he r
moursined. If he deceived others, lie deceived 1
himself. But it was his imagination that ws:,
in ffliction,. his fancy in mourning. not his v
fr, in his saddest moments even, Ilhe
never yearned fiwl his child.
CHAPTE' t IV. P
- i .in. in eirao heart.tin to. nso ' s il- t llrr ths-
with luirtlo. iretirsmo'wjioy pleasure .' And. ehold, tli. f,
i vanity." .'-L.
-" \Vlu'ao do you think I met at Stanhope's lost B
nighlt. Fanny ?" asket Charles Hanstings.
"Whomn "
" Ierbert! T
Sllerbert !'" What, is he out again ? Oi, 1,
how soon!"
'" Bless you, do you think a man: is lev'er tos
lsotw hislTace agaill, because he happens to lose
his wife ? ".. ii
" But she has been dead to short a time !
replied the 'sister.
" I's a year, .r' near it," returned her bro- t
ouher. "( Oh, h1 has done very well-behLved i
himioelf etter ithan expected." 11
l.i. Hlastings still looked dissatiotiel, for wo-o
i'eo do, nooit easily reconucile thenmselves tobthese
'r chaig.; lbut s it was. llerlbert had enterl 1
into society again, and s tith a zest that woas new
to him. The dull year he hldi parsedol in coln
t parative solitude had sent hibm back to the gay w
1 withl a f'rshness an, animati.n of feteling
not so rare in widowers it one would wish. lie
had aslways been singularly under the iftlunencee
of society for one of Iso superior endowments. 1
HIe had been senoitive to( its opitiion, and anxious I
t for its applause. In short, he had not ew eo
early used to, it, anld onsequently always over- I
valued it. He had enteral it a ytvong and uno - i
known mani, introducedl thluough the influence d
of the liarpers; then as it married man, with
the drawback of it wife, who embarrassed Lint; to
and uow, free and flattered. his society courted.
t the world all before him where to choose. Ins
the chilrvescence of the first excitement, the be
lieved the had Ibut to throw his hanikerchief and o
- bless contending beauties."
The man's head was turned, which was the
truth: no doubt a delightfil slate of being. t
t though very absurd. He meant to marry again,
anl this time to gratilji his betas. lIe looked
Sabout hims to find ait woman who combitne every t
thing in one beautiful whole. Youth, beaonuty,
t music, were essential; grace and eleganet not
to toe dispensed with; aldled to which he'nmust
have family and fashion. f
He tlirted with several. and, though nearly i
ecaught once or twice by the force of lluttery,
thrtuma tely for both parties, he somehow escaped. ,
after having given rise to hopes which, as the
e fo'ny passed, lhe did not feel himself at all Ioauud
to tillow up.
", lWho is that ?" askeld Ilerbert, one night,
e eagerly, as thle-yongest daughlter Iof Mr. low
ardt enltered a hall-room where he was.
' .·A daughter of Hlowaurd8'," answered the
person hle addr.lesoel. "'lHanlsome. I think, aund t
decidedly styliish. Shaws her blood."
llerbert ibllowed with his eyes the statue-like- 1
Slooking young creaturae who passed ly hint. i
t She was rather pale, with delicate and finely
00 chiseled features, a well-ftirmed head, andl bealnu- t
il tifily set upon her shoulders 'The throat :sndl
to ihoulderso were exquisite, and the whole air wots i
thoroughlly aristocratio. The marble was evi
dently Parian, and the workmanship of theli
r, highest finish. Most persons thought her too
t cold. some said sire was inexpres-ive, saMdHer
e bert turnled fromnt them in .ipatience, As if
t thought antl feeling waulol have disturhoel the
tO calsi exclusive air he admired so much.
a lie solicited an iititoluction, and was pre
sented. The yaog beauty receivedl him in the
same dlistant hanner sit received others, andsI
ev'idently knew no difference bhetween Mr. Iler
g bert and the gnroup of fashionable idlers whoI
g' athered quilkly round her. He asked hier to'
an once, andt she tdeclicnedl: lie took a seat up0l0
e tlie ottoman esilde her, and tasked his l owLrse
to the utmost to amuse her. But on " the im-
passive ice the lighltnings playedt." She smiledo
Ssometimo, hut never thlawed. .1 miuanner so
d. ew and tnexpeeted piqued hm. ie redoubled
to his efforts, changedl his stvle, passedfrolt wit to
poetry, touching manoy subject s at he gto ncc
Salong withl a rapidity and brilliancy tihat il~
to lightel thlose about hi b ; hlie seemed, Pomecttiis-i
ot lioke to have stolen i fiore f Iom teavea to ulanimate
his statue: hut with very little effect. iOnce or
d twice shte raised her eyes with an expression, a
faint look, of somethling lighting up withlin, but
i. t tlil iaway again; aund, before long, she saidl
ihe o to .ome aon
lu. W ll tail ohI} , .. evi .;" h'
Presently Mr. Howard ro.c,, tip ad saidl
" Do y3d wish to go. Florrenc : "
" Yes," she replied, lamguidly, and as if quite
unconscious of the presence of those. . er,
I am very tired." And, rising,
in her father's, and. berrin
roup who uretnadesll her, lsf
in idea that she bail been gnri
Had she told Herbert that she w
him, the thing csald not have been e deal
drl. But, though he waspielned ant mortified,
Ie was not Angry It was evldent she meant no
lsdeness. 'TPre was no shade of tenrn in her
manner, Imt merely a perfeetablivion, or rather
,in utter iancoeciousnese of .oter people's feel
nugs, or even prenece.
"Who is that Mr. Herbert, patp ? " she asked.
"A lawyer,"' he l; " considered, I am
told, the most s of'the day. Did you
find him agreeahbl4P. t.- . "
" He talkaeiss much," she repliHe, wariy, a
if the qdanntity had oppressed her.
"But very well, they say," coatlhmet .h
'father.
She did niot answer. She wawntk l Her
nat had kept her attention on the tete san
he. did not like being daited ; she wa not
toitt- And when her father told her gr
waolawyer, she supposed talking sopat he
profedeonal, and thought it, eonsequgaly, in '
badt tagte
She wel ab-new toflerbert as he was to her;
Ihlt with this d , that she caught his
inmenatio, and soe had none to be caught.
She wistlaite difesent from the beau ideal
had reaRtedh-fobi~r lf. Shehad no talents.
(On the contrary, 'she 'seemed to despioe them.
was the business of artistes, pedple who were
paid, to sing'and play. When ladies and. gen
tloman wanted masse, tl'eyhotrd go fore to
the o.ers. Sihanppeared to think contersation
aomndescensioin, and that no lady taltd much,
or with animation, without emnpromistngher,
elt She smiled ovily ocediimnally, and never
laughed. And th decided otincin ition to eq .
terlain ivy Ildy only gave her, in it l .4ao
eyes, an air of exclntive refitemeavt that 0
corded perfectly with herdelitat da al hintde
beauty. He felt that she- was to 'e placed s a
pedestal, and he willingly did homage at her
shrine.
Cold en she was, however, she was not alto
gether insensible to his powers. She was as
much flattered as it was in her nature to be by
his adttnration, for she saw that others thought
it a matter of pride to win his notice. But
when.she frrt heard their names ansoeiated to
tgetherin the- feasinable goesip of the day, she
started almost indignsaptly, and naked herself
at Once, "'ould a ffoward marry a self-made
man without tlmily?" and her spirit promptly
answered, " No!" for the Howards were a race
pridled theeaselves,on their name. Why,
few could have told; for tlie had litt selp.
to be proud of. There l nd been two or ltr~ee
generations ofthes weak c welt bred and han
some, withl"rhotne money .d no talent;
somehow, thyy -antied that the iaspe was apa
tent of nobility, .
When the first shock was oeir, howoer, and
she became aceustomed to the iis, HeBarert's
intimacy with them seemed insensibly to 'tnob~e'.
him, too. Her cold pride was gratified by the
that' attached-to her lover, and her
knowing bte as a very rising n -
cos.aged his attentions.
The difIentty Qf the pursuit onhance toIlir
boe, Trenet+s wlue: and, beside, he aso
weak enough to prize the name they so nuch
valued themelves upon. .He liked the idea of
entering a connaction so large and influential.
His vanity, as well as his imagimtian Was ex-'
cited, and he threw allhe had of heart anddoul
in the pursuit.
It is not a womah's nature, however cold she
tnay be, to turn insensible from tile flattery that
faill from the lips of genius, and. Florence lis
and sometimes e.nilted. and sometimes
sighed. for her feelings were in. a strange state
ofcontra.ictiori to each other. She liked hips,
yet he was not the kinl o:f man tioatasited
taste. She was proud of him, and yet felt
it would-be a condescension to marry him.
imagined thlat she would he losing caste.
Shle preferred a gentlemioa man o genius,
she was not quite sut t lrbeort could
he the former, aonh'ltSld.not bien 1 'rn in the
which sheo was one of the meat
icitess. C.uld she only, like an English
Of ra'nktnve kept her sephrate title, or -
a 'Pneuhreuman, retained. she nee
l.Howard, t' would nor have )ioan dohars Bat
merge all the Howard in tle .Herbeat, was a
I trial she felt ke-nl. But stilt sloe could not
t make up he' mind to reface him. She could not
Sdispense with attentions, s distinguished, nor
I dismiss flattery so elfg'ht'i. and. when the.
otffer camne, it was occepted. N-, accepted as a
young girl should accept her lover, with her
whole heart alnd soul, ibut with doubts and draw
hacks that were not quite f'ro.'tteon even in his
presence.
The marriage took place in the course of a
few months, in all " the poomp, the triumph. and
the revelry" that th:e lol-wards oielighed in.
entoetainmuntt, r't,'herche dinners,
and exclusive matines were given from one end
of the counnection to the lither. to the ocoasion.
The thir bride. shadtied in delicate lace, which
like a tr.s t-work .-uitol to thefirozen
spirit it shlpondled, received these attentions ill
silent, but perfect soatioitc'tion.
Proud of his beautiful wit'e, and g'ratified by
the manner in which lie was received ,bj lt.
fmtoily, Ilerhert was briilianc with happtfms.
His imnagination, alwnys imipresive to externals,
threw a sharnm over fts n which. in in themselves,
if stripped of ornament rt d f.ashion, he would
have fiund lnll in the ex'treme. Family par
ties, composetrof itsipid. cohl, silent people, who
have no ideps to conttuniite te, would have beets
I deenti by himu an iuntleralile intliction, but for
0 the refinement of air, the eletonce of dIress, the
hrilliancyv of liaht. and the o liotcr of fashion
and style.
S The most fashionable bride and bridegroom,
however, must aoon tall into the quiet routine of
every day life, and then the true qualities of
and mindl begin to develop themselves
HIbebert's second establin.tumet wae very differ
from hI lirst. When lie shad tnorried Mary
he was just starting in his profession, "
but now he was more thin half way up the lad
der, and. though fir fronm rich, yet making a
g Rood income. But- his present house, though a
; palace to the one that Mnrv had thought large
enough for every imogiutblte happineas, wahFyet
Svery3 inferior to thie one Florence had been noe
custonled toaundter her father's roof. Mr.THow
n ard, thoughl a man of ilrtunes. ltal not more in
come than Ien vatntedi-t-,r rich locople have so
manty wantos-and, thereiforc. when hi daughters
married, they only trlt-ougt expensive tastes
and lheolpless halitsi as tsitir dower. Florence
I had no idea ot money0 ; but she was accnustomed
Sto every elegauce of we.dlih, andi now looked
arolndl her in roll surpoiso' att tohe absence of
the superfluities sice hadl desmedi thiugs ofconrse.
lerbert was mortioicd to see bow strongly she
Sfelt the contrast, totr sh.e hado no ildea of conceal
ing tier sentitnents, and ''the child-Like uncon
seiousncsst " s he lhad teroedl hocr utter regard
lesness tof other peopple's tlelings, and wich had
a sr-tther been a grnce heothre, was tanything but
I pletasnit now to a m-on if his khomo ad'sensitive
tenlpermuent, when turned upion' ".self in do
tmetic lfte. Andl, if she misned miiny things she
hail loeen accuri-osed to, he began to feel the loss
af' others he had h:rdtly bden aware of a'iile he
SIhadil them. Mary Ihad tught hiil unocnsciously
il to d'ependoupon her a .tflrit, , tltouh at the titne
he lhai not valued it: but tow Ite missed the
-love tht at d autioipa0tel certv want, anit ma
i- teredl to every whin,. Hie h-i-l bocu tile tirst,
Ylabust, it say he stid. the onlty per. . spit t
itnmily. Ilis indiritions sal t his had
1 been studied i wih anxious are; and Ihe lmsd,
Sin Floollrp,cot only tile thousand and one little
. ts I hi.'self-intulgent nisoture required, but
eS love that itln promlotiod iortm.
o Florence lovedl him a ii mth as it was in hier
Scold nature to lrve aity 'lne: ' lt it was not in
if hler nature to twait on anybotidy. SIhe did not
oc know swhat it was to lake Sacrificecs, and she
nevoer consuilto'l anoy humatn ibeing's feelings in
- her life ihertie her own. If lie wanted to go to
te the opera whenc she felt inclined to sltay at home,
it sloe quitily rtouoed, pelfectly unconscious of the
r- unpleasant surprise ishe ccariuoned to one ikho
tl o been h accustimll to ilave lois sligltest invita
to rions acceptled with a gr;:titudie that was almost
, tountiliatilng. If he couplainedof any deficiency
is at tdie tale, it was calmly deemed the cook's
a. stair. in which she hadno lot or plort. If the
d obutttans were absent from iis wristbands, she
oil heard the announcement of -the tact in the suame
ol sirit that shie etiglit if he had complained of
to ithe abseoce of a witness in a cause: and, whe
ii he asked iber to mend a glove, slhe told hibrm'
sa0work-box 5.e Up -lairs,
t Herbert was hasty and irrhitable, and -
te times pke quilyl ;l and, when he'dst , hd ed i C
or not so qui-kly t;,raiven, if he h4d 't~wpr, so
bladFlolrence. lutt Itinwasthehind that vented
nt itself in worvds; while lheN tiik rofunge in sile.e.
ii Antd this always cooqeters the other.
lThe I ue o di~stiactilo characterined ail tein'
i'i ult'i siti tiltge. hUi wbRe active', henl 4s.a
.ieii. cia hto gl-ltfttoist: Oaslly 'isfstionse

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