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The "artist" then takes two tailor's "gooses" heated to a high degree of temperature. The chambermaid holds the ends of her mistress's hair, and the "artist" moves backward and forward the "gooses" within a few inches of the hair until the hair becomes red.--This ends the operation, which has lasted five hours, and leaves the lady with red hair, an intolerable headache, jangled nerves, and eighty dollars less in pocket. I say eighty dollars; not eighty francs, but four hundred francs. Felix, the hair-dresser, who invented the operation, is making more money than ever, and before he resorted to this method he was literally coining money. So we go! The city is not only changing its appearance and even its names, but the women themselves are undergoing metamorphose.--You quit your brunette in Rue de Cluny in an old-fashioned house — be absent a few months — you find her living on the same spot, but the street is called the Rue Victor Cousine; the name has been changed, the house