Madison Express (Newspaper) - June 18, 1846, Madison, Wisconsin t TRUSTING AN INDIAN OR CONFIDENCE One of the first settlers in western New was Judge who established ot four miles He brought his family with among whom u widowed ter with only ona You will lect thut the country round was nn ken and this was tho domain of Iho W. saw of keeping rood terms with ihe for aa he nearly alono ho was completely at their Accordingly he topic op- to assure them of hn kindly ings and to secure their good will m return Several of iho chiefs to soo nnd appeared But was one thai troubled an chief of tho Seneca and ono of great who at tho distance of hall a dozen had not yet been lo soo nor could ho by any moms ascertain iho views and feelings of in respect to his settlement thai At last he sent him a and the answer was that the visit him on Iho Trua to his tho Judge received him with marks nnd introduced his his ter snd little interview that lowed was Upon its the win convinced his security and lie exceedingly anxious to make n favorable impression the distinguished Ho ed to him his desire to in ihe lo live on terms of and good fooling with iho and lo bo to them by introducing the arts of The chief hoard him and then you nsk and you promise What pledge can you give of your good faith honor of a man that never knew was w hitc man's word may bo good to the white yel it is but wind when to the the have put my life into your 'd the this not an of good inanitions 1 havo placed dence in the and will not t ho will abuse or tho lhal much is replied Indian will repay confidence with con- if you will trust ho will 1 must a Let tins boy go wilh mo lo my I will bring him three with my jf pierced thn bosom of tho she could not have felt n deeper her Indian made ibis Sho sprang from her and running to iho boy who stood at the sidy of tho looking into his 1 fuce with pleased wonder and she him in her pressing j him close to her was about to lly from tho ro A gloomy and ominous come over the but he not Bat not with W. llo know the of their tho lives of hid upon tho of thai my said back 1 lie is not more to von than to mo. would not risk a hair of his ho must go the will watch over Ho will in the as beneath our roof und hi our The mother hesitated Tor a she then slowly placing boy on knee of the anil ing ut his fiet burst into a of The gloom passed from tho bui he said not n lie took tho boy in his nnd 1 not attempt to describe tho of tho 1.1 for tho three ensuing Sho was by hopes mi tho night sho from her to heir tho of hor chil 1. upon its mother for tho time wore tho third day 1 low did the hours waned noon and There wis gloom over Tho mother was pain and as if despair WBK settling coldly her W. lo few to and looking through the opening of iho forest towards tho chem's At tho nys cf tho selling sun were n upon tops of tho forest a- Iho feathers of were seen d above tho hushes iu iho lie 1 ihe Sittle was at his Ko uns gaily ns a young feet being dressel in a fine beaver skin and eagles his llo in ex- and so proud was ho of his he seemed two inches than llo was soon in his mother's and in thai minuto sho to from death to It was n h happy for mo to white man has said thn lot us frien Is. Vou have trusted tho he will repay yon iu and Ho was ns and W. lived for years in with tho In- dian and in laying tho of a nourishing and prosperous Xo few since n converted near St. U. C. was returning from a hunting ry much fatigued and For a long time ho could find no ono of his tion ou whom to call lo a morsel of Hunger grew imperious in her de- und iho Indian ventured to call at the Ifo enquired of iho man if he was a iho am no What gion then you got V asked the was tho MO gion Tho Indian looked very nnd withdrawing to iho exclaimed with vou be just like Ho no religion 1 help you to Dome snid a landlady of a to one of her trouble tho re- butter is plenty enough to help BY WILLIAM W. FAITHFUL AND TWO DOLLARS IN Volume 6. June 18, 1846. Number 4-1. W. T. A traveler in west tho seat of Government of the tory of location of the most beautiful that ho has aver Ho that tho town tl on a point lying botwen two lukot of surpassing beauty which it further remarks tho county of in which Madison is about mid- way botwen Like Michigan nod tho has land of excellent the thriving population in that of tho territory ore rapidly changing prarie arid oak openings into that annually produce largo returns of golden wheat for the home or Canadian market ns best suit the views of tho American From the National THE The family of Mr. Newton were in tho where they were customed to spend thoir Mr. a venerable gantleman of the old silently reading a stray his a of jul of a lew years sat engaged with hor ns and their own surviving o girl of and the pledge of thoir old occupied herself with a rare piece such as would put to shame the hoisted needle work of our own the door and iho ly head of tho old butler was thrust in. note for Missus said as ho presented it to her on n small Tho young lady but ihe instant she saw the superscription of the her face to conceal her so that it should not be perceptible to her bho walked with n firm out into the and passing beneath the which hung in tho opened the note and began eagerly to read it. Tho whatever tho and she was to lean against tho banister of the lo prevent I bring a glass of said tho old who had stood at a ful while she read tho 10r she had not boon aware of his und for breath as if about to Wilh an brought this was left by a he siid in j a am positive it was ono of Elwyn's Uo told mo what had and begged mo to liver the noto to you Emily paused before sho Tlie period of our story was that dark and era m the history of tho when having overrun South had expressed his determination lo the first spark of a. period when to bo of being a was almost certain ami when of as fell into tho with The note in Emily's hand informed hor that ho to whom she had been captured by tho and to bo executed on tho succeeding might poor Emily But her weakness only Sho saw thai iho crisis demanded immediate and all iho heroism of hor nature was Sho knew it would be useless lo apply parents in this Tho ago of her father had kept him neutral and Emily was unwilling lo compromise him am by so doing endanger his Every other consideration connected with her also rapidly before In j a few minutes hor plan was resolved and it was ono called forth all her en- ergy and high resolve to was a woman to shrink at no common obstacles in cause of those she And with her whole sho loved tho gallant and courageous Captain They had born acquainted from tho father of Captain Elwyn having on a tation contiguous to that of Mr. On tho breaking out of tho war of the young man hail entered tho and his father dying ly before tho full of wyn's had since boon confiscated by tho royal Emily had been long secretly engaged to iho active young but her though ho ed to tho refused to consent to the nuptials until tho termination of Such was tho condition of circumstances when this noto was put into Emily's Tho missive was written by ono of tho troop of mounted volunteers which had raised on his own Iho fall of In hasty words tho note informed hor on ibo preceding a of force had been assailed by superior most of them slain and their loader made He had lingered long enough in tho enemy's whither had been lo loarn that tho young after a hasty had been to be hung as a on the ensuing Lost to nil suddenly thought of Miss whoso betrothal to his loader he j was ono of iho few nnd had written and delivered after which j he had made tho best of his way out of the perilous sho said looking suddenly right in not alarming my Say nothing to them of go ly and saddle two ono for me nnd for Come for mo nt nine by which limo my will have I am going over lo tish Tho old butler looked up in Every traco of paleness had vanished from ihe check of his and her brilliant eye and heightened shone forth de- cision and When Emily herself alono in her her composure again deserted her and sho burst into a flood of All Iho perils of the expedition rose before The world might say harsh things sx maiden who in the dead of would ride forth on such an Beside it was a1 two ney to tho British and she ar- rived it might bo too late to see the commanding She knew not at what hour on Iho following rooming the execution was if she did not see 'the English commander sho feared she would an interview with him in the yet not set forth lest her parents should dis- give you the said Col. once knelt to then had no do implored else The face of Colonel Thorne grew white with ho you think me more than human 1 give up by cover and interpose this noble girl the prey of But religion in that hour of came to hor and kneeling by her she i your own lo bo the rival prayed fervently that rifled from me your love? But for Sho was still at prayer when the old butler you would have loved me. Shall I to announce that all was free tins hated when it is in my power It approaching midnight when Em- to bo revenged on him I do Hy and hor attendant rode into the liltle loj without any ask lage of The tights in the inn proved thai somo of the villagers were yet Shrouding her facein her Emily with palpitating while her com- inquired tho quarters of the comr manding They were at the inn it- tho officer was wailing in his and sending up word that a lady wished to sco Emily was soon ushered into his Her limbs almost refused her as leaning on the old Butler's sho approached Iho door of Ihe where tho interview was to take exclaimed a familiar strange Miss expect me to put the knife in own I have loved you wilh passionals eagerness would as willingly dio as see you an- me to spare a may wed him before my Away he cried in bitter flinging her ana from completely transported I will will swear never to marry Captain eagerly inter- posed the on a woman's oath 1" said Colonel Thorne passionals thing voice in a strong surprise as she given to-day nnd broken to-morrow ns well trust the fickle sensor put faith in Emily to her These lasl words had crushed what remained of hope in her She saw that passion had the occupant of the room has tily ipso her a is an unexpected and his eyes sparked with Emily in j distorted a always prone to a no less surprised for in the com- manding officer sho recognized a rejected nor did tho discovery calm hor or lesson her bog you bo said with has any happened to coming alarms me. Bu: rely on niy aid to do any thing you These encouraging words partially layed Emily's yet she a strong repugnance to ask a rejected lover for the life of For a sho shrank from tho Bin seeing that Colonel Thorn still kept that hung on her and gathering boldness lo has happened to Mr. All nra well at the But we have just heard that on old and esteemed bor has boon made and is to dio to Elwyn I I come to beg his 1 know not when I sot forth that you Commanded at this or I should have spared myself the n gony of last th roe lion 1-3' into the cruelty of a Her which awed Col. even the fury of forgive she grant on your death you may nol plead to him in I have but one favor to ask of she after a nnd that is a personal interview Captain There was such a lofly in hor which was the nir rather of n superior lhan a that Col. Thorne quailed as selfish passion and cruelty ever does be- fore true of Ho would have refused hor boon hart he but he was awed into though the after sho left his presence and the order for her admittance to tho prisoner had beon he cursed himself for having been ed into the consent Tho room in which Captain Elwyn was confined was on ihe ground floor of the no more secure place existing in Ihe which of itself was composed of or five A few steps brought Tho brow of her listener had darkened I Emily to tho at tho mention of his prisoner's and Tho door was and sho stood in his eyo was keenly and meaningly fixed tho presence of her lover on Emily while sho She felt that Colonel Thorn reading tho hor voice und hor cheek grew this is n boon beyond my power to gi said the in an excited I suppose Miss had ed plead for when I expressed my to accedo to hor Cap- tain Elwyn must Emily looked at iho compressed and saw the angry gleam of tho speaker's and her heart died within But pair gave her new not sho can and will save his You nro powerful nt this eternal will bo She stopped in conscious that she had betrayed your know you arc said Colonel Thorn pausing in tho hurried strides ho was taking to and then witnessing her embarrassment al his nnd loading in il of his he added wilh cold to see you safely It ill befits a young woman of and education to bo riding over the country at There was n sneering tone in Iho latter part of his which would have nil but in the heart of a ted Emily saw that of his rival prompted this ungenerous and in terror for hor all reserve was Oh bo not so she He was by a solitary candle when thus nnd looking up ho saw with surprise a veiled female Emily trembled dreaded that Captain Elwyn would think sho over- stepped tho bounds of female modesty in thus seeking but this fear was soon for her lover immediately re- cognizing hor form sprang forward with a joyful exclamation and tho poor girl now all nervousness and foil weeping into his When sho was more composed ha drew the by which she had learned his you dared the perils of a midnight rido to seo mo God bless But 1 would you hac not he added would you had spared yourself this sad would you had known nothing of my peril till all was Poor at these Avords wept but yielding her hand to her they knelt together on tho prison A few minutes of silent mediation on ihe part of the prisoners followed nnd during the pause Emily rebuked herself for having lost her when have been iho one to cheer and the voice of tho betrothed arose in The accents were clear and as he poured out his earnest supplication that strength might be granted to her who knelt by hU Emily fed n holy fervor glow in her whilo as from on stole into her Her emotion was not one of nor one wholly of tion but was a mingling of and sho experienced fully in lha words the that ways are not and what seemeth to him right w When they arose from their both were and their eyes met each other in a glance of affection that seemed too mid heavenly for this It appeared to Emily nt that moment as if she should be supremely happy could sho but die with hor Suddenly a knock was heard al tha It is tbs signal for your we must now snid the and then in a solemn but affectionate tono he our next meeting bo iu Emily's tears again nor could she speak for Tno door and the soldier entered to lead her She turned to take a last on her By an uncontrollable impulse sho flung hor arms around his forgetting the presence of the anil thinking only thai sho should never see that ed form Then consciousness ed from said the us the ier advancing would have taken the sible form from will bear her myself to ihe door and commit hor to tho servant's Oh do wo part for- ever Ila What is ho suddenly stopping The soldier too A shot rung ncross the then then n and in rapid succession followed iho clash wild and nu Ihe tumult of a life and death The whatever it was was close nt have with tho British or death wore the words pronounced within a few feel of iho ly by a voice iho thrilled the heart of Captain and made the burden on his bosom faintly open her The soldier darted into the forgetting lo closo tho whilo the of hurrying footsteps were heard from tho upper Could tho post havo been surprised Captain Elwyn would havo laid down his precious burden and availed himself of ihe open door lo but h s half inanimate clung i to and ho shrank from exposing her to a chance shot by rushing out into ihe lie not havo long to tho uproar deepened every and grow At length there a sound like the Clashing of a and a the now sho knew it a gleam of her present mercifully sent to cheer her It was some months after that eventful night when a horseman arrived al Mr. covered with he hurried lo ihe without ting to be Emily was the first springing ward here is Cap- tain to claim his ho continuing and extending his hand to Mr. Cornwallis has surrendered Washington at and peace is how My try no longer needs my and hereafter I shall tu rn ray sword into n reaping 1 now claim your JUr. God bless said the old ing their This day I havo long prayed my country should bs ami Emily have a 1 can say now thou ihy servant in And Emily and Captain Elwyn wore and lived long and ter tho close of the war Marion ed and many a pleasant day was spent by the General and Captain their battles o'er PRICKS OF AT A- many it is supposed tho posed change in the Policy of OKI 13ritish Government in admitting foreign Grain at a low of will greatly benefit the farmers of country in giving a new market for their Mr. Hudson of ono of the most gent nnd useful members of has bestowed much attention upon this nnd has made a speeth upon it in lie insists any of benefit to us from ihe m the British policy will not be From Parliamentary reports lie establishes that from 1821) to 13.13, tho annual importation of Wheat and wheat Hour into Groat Britain was about the heaviest importation being in 1642, and the lightest 000 in 1835. Of tho importation of 18-1'J tho U. States and tho North American Ionics furnished about of which went from the British From 1930 lo at the five great wheat markets in Europe the price of Wheat was 88 cents per 91, Hamburg 00, Amsterdam 99, Ant- werp 98, Odessa 0 1. For the length of at the seaports in the average price of Wheat was being 37 cents more thun Ihe average per bushel at iho above mentioned ports on the Black ami Bailie So in Iho first of tho grain thoro nn advantage lor the huver of 37 cents per bushel in of tho Eu- ropean wheat markets over ofir of the higher rate of freight from this land will most generally receive her plies of whent from tho greal European Wheat in years of great rush was made into the passage leading to his coll. I day's our own shouted a manly voice in and j Captain Elwyn recognized the tones of his faithful trooper who had apprised Miss i Newton of his not exclaimed striving fox the British Ton any to compose hor is a Huzza How arc choly pleasure in this You but you're nil nnd tho crying for 1 fool that I I and seizing hib hand like the when tho price will justify importations from this Those facts show very conclusively that tho home market is the only sure and tain one for our they bo in favor of such a policy as will ensure a io J in the home go before to a better shall follow lover pressed hor mutely to his bo- som the wore in his own but called up by her agony nol know from tho first moment of my said he at there no Colonel if ho does not suspects my lovo for nnd would rejoice to destroy a rival nnd a rebol at Wo are old foes in the I have asked rising and seizing tho officer's him no he turned toward tho the life of Elwyn Do nol visit on anger at mo. I kueel for this Grant my and I will ever pray for into your and be Miss said her rejected forget yourself and me. Elwyn must He is a nnd shall as exclaimed Colonel Thorne with slung lo perfect and every noble feeling banished from his heart by ho has so must he havo mercy on as you hope for mercy hereafter ly cried clinging to at least have mercy on me. Ask anything you wish then in she as he strove to disengage himself from me never to see Capt. Elwyn and you shall be will you do this suddenly turning to her nnd grasping her wrist with she ed with you go farther t Will you promise to be mine 7 Twill take you at your I ask and Captain Elwyn is free Poor nt these gazed in speechless horror at tho Had Col. Thorne asked her only to sacrifice Capt. Elwyn he might have extorted a promise to that to wed him did not whom she could never a boon beyond even her power to She felt it would be better both she and Elwyn should die than that such n sacrifice should be remained but pale as it is but too said tho ing saw I came and plead in vain for your this is too said tho soner with a burst of would havo rather sacrificed my right hand than thai he should over you Heaven bless for making the The lovo like this so will smooth my few hours of is there no hope ed suddenly looking not bo that I am to lose I will not believe succor will yet come from some Say that there is hopo sho said almost The bitterness of death increased by the honest shook with a frenzy of at tho same time jerking his hat from his he whirled it to tho The uproar without suddenly bjl was quickly transferal to the prisoners A dozen sturdy yeomanry rushed in and seized Captain Elwyn's some of these he seemed to others gers to tho' ho recognized tho uniform which was that of Marion's The whole passed so quickly lhal tho intruders had not time to see whom Captain Elwyn still though now fully restored to she shrunk blushing behind At n small swarthy man for whom all mada Ho eagerly seized Ihe prisoner's God bless General said Captain Elwyn in deep I owe you my life nothing about it. We happened to meet your brave fellow ond came hither as fast as spurs could bring The post surprised though Col. Thorn a and died sword in Miss Newlon ho suddenly recognizing our nnd comprehending Iho slate THE PRINTER'S TEN 1. Thou shall lovo the is ihe standard of tho 2. Thou shall subscribe for his for ho much lo obtain iho of which y may not remain 3. Thou shall pay him for his for he hard to in good REDEEMED doubts which the Loco cd to throw over tho of the lust tion in tho Stale have been by tho action of thd This body assembled Con- cord on the 1st instant nnd JOHN the man whom the loaders un- to proscribe for his independent vole against 'the Texas was ed Speaker of tho by a vote of 131) to for tho F. candidate Tho Clerks KARIDS and arc In tho tho filled by so and Independents 4. In Houss Whigs and 118. No doubt was entertained of tho election of Gen. the 4th, in convention of the two Nor doubt dent will be S. OF Tho actual result of a ing of insecurity pervades of nn i commerce is ed and Every Vnin even now feels tho disastrous effects of war on his nnd this is frequently tho case ho docs not know how It Tho owners of produce and merchandise nro fraid to send iho same to soa for fear of capture und nnd in of tho risks of war mosl enormous and ruinous charged for business is and little is dono is rendered expensive and Produce is knocked down in nnd iho holders of produce sutler ruinous of all hemp nnd tobacco have been deprived of n and in price by tho Many of our best men must bond under the fatal operation of tho interruption of In New-Orleans produce cannot bo sold at any nnd it is impossible to obtain the of freights on a cargo of agricultural Lead the only thai Tho warehouses are filled at New nnd very shipping rendered very to be and of In St. Louis tho War has produced a of and it is gi nning lo he felt with severity in tho interior of Illinois and worthy in usual courso have largo of of other and expect to pny for iho same and meet other expecting confidently to be to money by drawing bills ort Iho or on hut they find that in of the insecurity arising the apprehension of they tiro cat oil from Drafts on New-Orleans cannot ho sold nt any danger of ment render drafts on the East Tlic merchants of piano fool thu con- sequence very and tho trailers ill arc deprived of the mcain a sight of her and Captain Elwyn of affairs at a ho turning to turned away to conceal his Ho I his but lei us now lhat away pressed her to his not make an not bid ms cried Emily there is hope of aid from some of your replied the is no It is said brightening n couple of score of brave men might surprise this but where are these to be found My troop is scattered or nnd Marion whom I- was marching to is far It is you we have freed Captain see lhat our victory is and then be the news of this surprise will bring a hive of these English bees about our ears if wo stay here till His men hastily obeyed their beloved der's when Gen. Marion ing to Elwyn to lead Miss lod to a more private followed Shall we lo the emotion lhat swelled in Emily's bosom When she found herself again alone With her should know the at and prepare I no longer under sentence of but yourself for my For myself I care but your agony unnerves me. I have hod my Heaven ever since I was Let us together look may derive strength of God will temper tho wind to the shorn freel The first movement of the when they had closed the door of tho little parlor Whither Capt. Elwyn led was to kneel down and return thanks their Not till then did Emily understand the mingling of of hope and ignation which had followed tho Thou shall ho may bo able lo give you ihe 5. Thou shall nol visit him of his office his 6. Thou shall touch nothing thai would tho fie may hold thee 7. Thou shall nol read iho in ihe hands of tho ho will not hold 8. Thou not see before it is he will it to you in due 0. Thou ask him few questions of in iho thou tell 10. Thou shall not send and threatening loiters to the tho above we copy from the Saturday wo add the 11. Thou not a to tho to he until thou hasl called al ihe and UNTO un- wittingly did injustice to spirit in saying no of Con- gress had Vel torn himself from ihe luxurious carpets of nnd the and tions of eight dollars a to volunteer for service in Mr. the spirited and zealous Whig member from has proved his faith by his works in leaving his seal in Congress to raise a regiment of volunteers for the Rio He is now in wilh that But none of the of the exclusively ihe forty or havo yet the least disposition to their to the of tho of Hireling their from tho Mime Credit is impaired donee by blow on the of tho ihe planters und will tho men who have their and produce will not able lo meet they cannot ship or on iho A nnn mny thousand dollars worth of pro mid uriy owe five dollars to ibo bis and still ho cannot raise on iho This will even to bend or and very honest lo fail m their Money will be dull and and All comes from llm ive you of business is so much paid for our vain desire for glory and tho liir KT. St. L JX uf llm New May 28, 18.10. Tho Speech of Senator wus con- cluded whole Oregon but nol bo brilliant no was Ho wanted somebody let contradict him or make him lie said n irig with England on ibis if wn men wilh wild hoj o ihe lie of a which ho would voto the United States laws over oml fortify ing the mouth of tho Light c. After a few remarks from Mr. nnd Mr. the subject was till Monday it is tho of Mr. CABS to speak on the M lie arid Mr. may got Resolutions to Taylor with and to adjourn Congress on llm 20th of nnd will probably IKJ acted on Mr. of and friend of a regulor to-day about the merits of 1'oini Military Mr. SAW veil seemed to gel ihe of the Mr. ed before Mr. and gave testimony highly plonking to iho friends of Mr. I believe testifies lhat the Secret Fund appropriated under his own li Col. Worth arrived nt Mobile on Ju's lo the on ihe 17lh ult.