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   Wisconsin Express (Newspaper) - December 18, 1849, Madison, Wisconsin                             1 HAVft NOTHING TO SERVE BIT -MY COU.VTR Tayto, I VOLUME 10, ......i Ike Laily't Jlu'jf-' The Orphan. A nv r-A'fONs. I laal week.] llJiuw rjruHlird him ben.-ulh her j bv :i hilling i-tlort ahc could i when there eye lo nee, wive at the of hcr i Ihf) Unrrfltinjr, Ivura of aitjsmnh would MADISON, WISCONSIN, TUESDAY, DEO, 18, 1849, votco were over sound- Be my wifu, and you never ha UM> My 1'rutl tu luiinit of Inn i if mich thuru Iw in wilh some fmrtiun tit'thu guttlta gaily lluil hud OTIC iHtflineiiitOu'tl her. Kvery d ty Inn health improved; nnd Iituhel iu purmiarkce uf a determination lon-r idiicf formed, vunUiroiJ to hint tu a very CHttinubic friuiif) of hcr uuclu'Mttfrdosiro toubtaiu u giluatkm nrtKnvi'imHs in sonic family of her acfjuuiutunce. Clurn, Cftufiori you to keeping this mat- ;iilt' "iT-iiii -he said secret. You will u in a iaunly uf. not im-, vo.i know mo T i ffilr !._.......- tons story." "Let us wnlk over to tho house I would fain see and judge tor myself." Syden- ham consented, nnd Curing their walk, let us turn 1'cr n moment lo Isabel. She wns crossing tho lurge hnll of the mansion, on J her wr.v to her uncle's rootf. she hnd might she cnuliuii him. Pho had indc-ed lut the gcrvunt, nnd tuken the note addressed to 1 opened il, undsuw ator.co the be ymir wifo uud 1 know you too wch to think JMU ('iccn I'elaii rd Inter than she expected by wuiild mukc an unworthy use uf the secret yon company, ?lnra not leaving hcr chamber since tho As entered "Jl.t, hn, hut" Init.rhcd Mi.rU. s no alternative. ;hf il a jinfonnd aecrcl, iali- ..i ,.h, HI iiiulerslinni t-iu-h he M it Jle w.tlki-d Home-distance- the deference of juuiijj IIIUIHI wnuiu ue. Jo HUB jure, oittnicy uuu i v readily consented, for Ifmbcl had won hcr wuy to i ll a uiHiiiiinal morning; the lent her unwiiiurd manner should attract attention. a heart, open nnd iitFeelionale ua her own. with n liazy und Iieht, peculiur I her own room. "And if I should he no very fortunate, my deur Mr. fluid Isabel, in concllliiiou, lo enter your family, would you make me thu proposi- tion aK aiilirely from yourself. jVly uncl mii'ht think it Bo very filrtingo that 1 nlmiild winli to chw tieuaon Indian summer. Tho uir wim very nud biiliny il touched her clieeka, lilie llm "If lie should iull Hur-y tho color left her cheek and brow, and hordark eyes nctnnllv dilated whispering in his I will listen und judge for this is no common case." "Whore are you going, Isabel said Richard Mdlverton raisc-d Iho hiiir thut foil over tho hite forehead, nnd kissed her "Thou strungt-ly thy bless thco for the likrness! jlurry Sydcnhuni will load you u> !iin room. I must soofc my brother it is very Jong sineo we have seen each oilier." Sydonham offered his nrm to Isnbel, who walked feebly ho led hcr towards iho lire, and she sat down upon tho sola, shutting her t'tce with her hand for a few minutes Sydenham stood by hcr side deep hnpplnow. Sy-'oiih-nn to hcr. "lour Uncle Richard, my Uibol, h-.r; ordered i costly stone to be croctcx! your motlicr'n grave ho has el.iixo.i (in inscription, which, if it could be gr.i  yonr m-uiin of duly, )u H-ornfully.. "In deaerl fur ahv mid, uirniiiK to hhiinn-H UM by her M ilver'.ou. llowuvrr, 1 excuHc object >ihe linn in WIIBI- JKibi-1 hud ruci-ived uny vn l.-uin IKT Lu: fchc ii'lnikc niiide an iitleuipt lo fnt lii r bi-iirt deeply wounded; lu-wlf, "he Ifft the room. As n-iiiiMi, Mm. Malvertiai Haid, "The womiin rt  for apparently in earnest cannot excuse a long absence-i.f my. gentle then advancing, ho addressed the mine; in very truth, bul for her tenderness, ,aiul euro of me, 1 should not have been here to-riuy." "I can well believe, your prnise of Isabel's nur- sing, having witnessed simie of it replied Airs. Stanley as they left the room. When ihey reached tho nursery, Stanley rang for the servant who had been thu bearer of her note t') Miss Everett. He guve an exact ac- etmnt of all that had occurred. Stanley then dismissed him, and turning to Isabel said: "I do unt uiulorstaud'tae. motive that has induc- ed Miss Mutverton to bo guilty of such dishonora- ble conduct she would uheuutu ynur besl friends from you, and ihe sooner you are, from under h strniigerrcspectftilly, and entered Into conversation with him. It was long and absorbing when over the stranger arose und inquired if his horse was being in consequence of an accident lo Ihe animal ho hail drew a cloak a- round him, allhouirh Iho evening was unusually mild, innnntvd und lode off. Halt'au hours lime bruilght him lo iS'ydenliatn'K. He dismuunUd, fus- tniing the bra-sp h'liisi f, mill with the step of to whom Ihe scone was fuinnli.tr, entered the houso Lamps were lighted, the lire burned brighlly upon tbe hearth, books were upon the table, ant] mule- rials fur but tlio young master of that mansion, half s.lting, half reel.ning upon the softi "It is snid Clara, liauntej by vn- le suspicions of evil, "my fulher tnuy in bed." "No Uithcl "he proini-ted toseo me this cvtiiiitg." recent-.ears Ibi, be b.ne ,Ho coimtuiance of a happy ur occuph-tl omiuhilily of very proverb L u .1 ,i SliI 's rure I v wil llrar a5sisl mc in "T? >l10 in mouth ot my father. Ton huvc ht.nr nil lliih. lie li.kUiirnt. -1 r.illii-r tli JL.II cine ov r J .1, ,l... then it is Lin appointed in- what purpose "Relative to my avconling the situa- tion of governess iu Mrs. Stanley's fain- ily." In ,Vrs. Stanley's said Cla- rci becoming vory pale, "I never heard of thia The glance of Isabel's eye mndc Clsra tjuuil, under the duteciion of the futse- hood slie had uttered, und sternly Isuucl said "Clnra! you tool: the nctc you knew to be mine, nnd itnswercd it lo suit your own purposes, how did you dare address disrespectful language lo Mrs, Stunley in my name Oh, it wus most unkind, CUru to induce her for one mo- ment to suppose I could thus return her grout Isabel moved towards the door, hut dura, placed her hand upon it. "Grant mo one fuvor, ihe first I have ever asked I will never for- get it. .Do DO! go-to Mrs Stanley's." "Why should 1 stuy exclnmed Ibti- bel to be an object of scorn und con- For my dear uncle 's sake I iiuve- how much of the bitler- ness that fastens upon the life strings of ihe poor dependent! It will grieve him but it cannot hnrm him now, lo know that I must seek anorhcr home. Let me pats, Clara, if you please." Is this my answer then said Clnra the passions slumbering in hcr bosom roused into fury, "nnd is it thus you ro. fuse the first request I ever made this is your obliging uiriialiililv of very proverb acknowledge myself the dupe of n system of base deception. Will you hear me, Miss ho said bending towards her, nnd listening in- enlly forjjlio words iVml might fall from her lips But Isabel Jurcd not trust her voice, too warmly ner nearl wna plcnd ing for Harry Sydenham. Sho bent ner bond assent ingly, and hcr lover waited for no further consent. He ran rapidly over tho past, alluded to his own feelings towards her, mid the unfavorable irnprci- kiou irmdo upon his mind by the insinua- tions of ho had never sus- pected ihe cause of her submission to tho insolence of Mrs. Malvcrtnn, and that his worst suspicions were confirmed Ity tho fabrication of her having refused tho siluntinii of governess in Mrs. Slnnly's family. "And now you know all Miss; Everett, will you forgive mot Oh! Ueliuvo mf, I shall not soon forgive myself." There wns a deep burning spot upon the cheek of Isabel.ihnt rose ivnd sure-id till il reach- ed the snowy lips parted with a that came Indcncd with iho heart's unutterable nil things, even ns ;hou hast of thy 'lnqml ill .K'ellv lo the Tlu-rc if n v, ili-i -ij-i n i fittlo-.viniT J, Head, ami Liuixs on n ICittea. Hcie hy ui-iilli cni-ir-n, A yrtttttff ki: n, To moulder n'way in Ihe Oft! Imd Tflived Shr h.ive Ih-en utrougcr. And died Muni! what older, we triitt; Hail it orrnvrn lo Then hiuny a rnr would Iliivr iiiiinriied in tin- del-pert of rmlit.n dr.uva We hope hr is ixnni- lo The l.ind to which oilier c fa. bear all he "rather than SLCUI'O by exertion her ou n mdepelliLuncc "I need not ask if your uncle is said Mrs. MaLverton "your being here, is all sutlicient evidence Uiat tie hus not the use of his eyes, louolc jour dutiful and utl'ectionule bouaviour "Uear mammal" exclaimed Clara, depreca- lingiy, "may not Isabel Iw weary of Ihe sick room us well as the rest of lid Mrs. Malverton took no notice of the interrup- tion, neither did she. notico Iho Hashing eye of but she went on, with even more than in chmiiW-r C'lurn jViilverlnn but went on, willi even mure tliiin ,.ui-ed thu ulroiig excil.-inrnt lo wound the fec-tiuga of Uunlii-il coiinleiianui-. JfiuWcnly she ______ dlhe lay iheaeahd jiucket s "i mink... Jler eyi- reau-d hint; upon the nor failRT. JIow iliiltlin ivhituhnira ''i u i-U1. in in up lit her! i' ,u "The daiiphti'r of my ;uilt. T." murmured. Hot th nil- n.-nli) Inn u'i I J htive none of hia reclituiln f. t'i. c: iiii-liiiiionr, or hia me from .i-.il iln hijt leal a chaai.d each oilier '-11. lia i lift St. iSlie luriu-d uway from thu- .unlit.ilktd tn llu- window. The moon was lurlli IriMii lar lofly tolicli- with herfrotiandnhutlowy II iilnn utmMl ihe noble intinwon of and their blnnil ImidK slrelcllrd i t'lon i; e c..ulil i-eim. I'taru and lo! l.vt-rcu ron up before hur, unstress of that Tpi'.iii Ikkine, uiiii to its tun in ,1, rigid unit iron-like deter- tli.it MeeU'd the heart of t'tura to pcr- luri'tul U'UM acconihhshed. Ktji'. dark paMiiou that entered tho ui t'lira was eiivy. Of nil the exiitl in (he human mind, envy Wilt you then, my dear ftliss Kvtrtt, assist me in tho charge these little prls i" "I shall be r.iust hnppy to do so exclaimed itbel. '-Oh jouknow not whalMicrilice I won! sunocd, and lie luiiiLtl luilf angrily as thu dnur I opent-d und the Jle arose i in so nt the immuvatile farm Vou promised to remain wilh -Mr. or I should not have leflhini. HM1 you allow me i to aak, Miss liverelt, why you an- hero 1" A Approached their lioni Jsubel WJIB triu'il luo tur, slic lost nil control over i fa uluiust wilh u cry uf ui.jruiuh make to icctiro an lionortihle iiidi'i'eiidcnce. 11 helnte him itnd lie asked MlJIy and will nskiny uncle's mtl6t i-xpret op. ''who it was hi' had ihts horuir uf "itt position, but, it is duo to nvjself, now to make ax-! ovc'u "s "v BI'olil-' his crlionsforinyown wipport. IJnt oh ilfrs. Stan- j ho utisho I lliat btr-nger with tin- ley, li my uncle should iahKt upon knowing my lnfly "ml tin- ample and mtul- true reason for leminglns can 1 sayi" lectual forehead, where thought had c.irriPKi: the truth luid jWis. Stanley, ttetniy rlch s'-orcs of thin ji.i'o lips that "Clara. Malverton has brought iJ.amc UIIOH her carvhig iipon inn -We hut iironml own head winch hovered an exprc'-.sn-n like s wlii-n "AhV' 'ihotight Isabel, "hut mv imole will is urownod with Ixauly lu low, silver it most." She suit! no more and they joiiu-d .Ions from emotion, the Mr. Mulverton, and shorily t'.fler, left." Isabel 8" fti-.hcr would not have hud not in a Ions time keen her ni'cle MJ cheerful, j "hiw, JniT ciirhi-bt n oldest friBiid. ai they met Ned iMerlon." Mr. Malverlon alopp.d the cairingc io apeitk lo him but the buitu pcetned U cliurd 1 chimed tho hand held ontlohim helwocu llls lestilied strouir e- as lie bade hiui wuJeume ui'uin tohisna- ,u 'i unto her "But I cnmc here to-night npon busi- ness. The old landlord ul tho inn recog- uioiher. "Mytnothcrt you are in heaven, but you will nut desert me! 1 low could mich lova ua yours pasa tiway, Look upon me mother, I huvc no friend bill you Him wan aileul fora thus und then she murmured, "JJeforu Aim to be co acoriu-d, aij inaulkd: und Itiubrl ahudder- rd ul the dark tbouijUta rising wilhin hcr. Then thai low, swtiet voice roio iu> lo ttia orphnnV Fa- tlu'r in eurnoat und pruyer. Pew ev- nuMhl iit i'a elTrnla. er prayed ua did, when the shadow of iti- a hold, il will atir up the j lay heavy upon her Mill, nnd fonnd Iheir triit within, unlil, like a Klruua thul hna i pruyeim ununiwrred! It WUH nn hour that tried Ivunibry. llu- iiut'luy wutrrit uf crime i her faith, but strength given her'tiHlhc evil ti UWHV evt-ry Innd-nuirk uf honour, vir- dttyn ptuis.' iruili! wert ihou fair, maiden, Mnt. Malverlon was confounded at Iho unex- ai-W who from under Ihe hnnd pected hurel of feeling ihnl escnped fnMii Isabel. :litv Vunl, ihy bt-auly would imt protect To cover her own confusion, nnd leave Ihe matter m ublt-r hitnitfi, intitantly K-ft the rtiom. SSydouhnm crunt-il over lo wlif-rc won and in tonea that betokened Ihu drepeat dia- trera, ho exclaimed: M-II urtcr line, it of wi-nuin, her of r.iNMiiuti a hrr (jruali-at I'ljirowiini. Hflk-ri' il fiw lliine own r indtl wilh Iho hai willed U HiMlinun will not lake und lova woman Cnin like mark njniu her forehead. Jljlirriiwi the and rend the -SV aavu Ihe abadow of the How terrible lolbti uuilly "ii riiKiu-ni! For the firnt time iu her life, tu around; cold iiriiw of her! wilha mijhlr elKirt 'f -1' tluttelmined her ajHrit; and err vhe --.Ttlii uijtlji; thought over her pkina, aud em to (ninnie ihrm. ii.t in laul a hy C lura waa hy "'J'.i-.- jinl with n PIICCI-U that tl-.-ni. hkillfully did they U1, tUat tifeame of She rarelv atl.-mpU-d In iiituK-ui linjiiaije nf .Wiilrrrltm k wrll, alu> jwmlvril lo bi-iir, ami that old f 'llu> hiadcjd rit- lo her daily t 'if' pained j? ihat had cheiiaht-d her ao tender- yminc girl bear on! if WM heavier trial for that tone whrnn hail firen the rich tre- heart, teeowl ii.viiliuMhc dimppotnt ll lo hia manner a aiperily. laabel luiuiiw twpiy end biucdjr Ml i "1 cannot be deceived. In her voice there wus hopclcM miaery. Clurn, Ihe heart uf that girl n birikkini; 1 Half kindly, half pityingly, CInra'a cyo dwell upon and then iu the familiar lan- guage of past time, the addrcxcd "Sit iliiwn beaiile ne, Hurry Sydenham! I cannot bear you ahould waate so much feeling up- on one KI utterly unworthy. Listen, and then judge if laubel Everell bo worthy of commiaem- lion. Thia morning, in croaaing ihe halt, I met a forehead; and then he rLlatud tlu-ir j nised me upon hearing my name-, a man oneounter. C'lara wus evidently but slus nucostcd saying that ho Mas about to leave tho country, and ho bohovod Providence had thrown me in his way, that he might bring the hand of justice tip- been a lit recipient for tho counsels of your saintly "Slop, Clur.i, you know not what yon :xre suvinsr. Do not take the in.mo of my uiolher upon your lips, ID words of mockery Oh, if you had come to that mother, a lonely nnd desolate orphan, for protection and sympathy, would have lukcn you to her licnrt, am! chcrir.h you there forever." Tho hid- den founts of memory hud been touched by a rude hand, and every iirba in the heart of Isabel vi'jrutcd to the touch.toais forced themselves down her pale cheek, which she would fain have cheeked for the cold eye that was upon hor.made her shrink from any betrayal of Gently she said, "Lei me go lo my un- cle of what avail is a protraction of this painfull scene Tin: DKVIL'S wcro first intrcHlwoil at MOM-HW by a Mr. llow- Iniul, sixly yi-iir-s At firM tho would m-hl'f-r plant ihoni nor touch thi'in, saying lln-y wrrc liu1. il's fruit, him on his complaining In that i he hail no fruit, wht-n 1m was told to j plajnjg h f liko a ray ol hght upon her fair nnd youth- f ful features. UonMiful was tho smi.e of h Isabel hverett, and so thougbl Ilnrrv Syil- i, !ro. enham he knelt down by her arid f poured out the love that filled his heart ti> I fillnoug Of overflowing: "He mine, oh, Isabel i change and ovil cannot touch thcc, for I will guard thoo llio troth and "lendornoss of undying lore I will cherish thee forever and ifsorrovr it sent by that all powerful hand, from which I cannot shield thee, dearest, I will rfinre it with thee I Oh Isabel is no joy our love will not is no grief thai it will not lessen Ho mine, oh Is.-ilicl, and I will pour upon you a that will satisfy even you, whose very nature is made up of lovo And anon, llio low swonl tones of Isabel, fell upon his ear. will bo thy wife, Harry Sydenham a lifcliino repay such lovoits llicliard Mnlvorlon hnd finished his slory upon the oar of that unhappy fath- er il foil, liko muUon upon con- deineJcrininul. Tho unco.rectc.-i faults of his drummer's youth rose up bcforo him in gigantic trmguiludo. Liko the High Priest of old, ihe dark fiend of an accusing Michael nnd devil he ing in partnership, look lease on u farm in. ihe Muretoun OKlntos, calluil U'hiteln nsi- The was i manure ihe Iknn devil advanced Ihc capital. The produce was to ho divided uv lullows: .Tho firnt year Sir Mivliuel was to Imvo nil ihut fjrcw itbovc ihu ground, und IIIH purtiu-r that grew hi low; llm set-cunt year lln-ir shares were lo be jusl opposite wny. His tJalaniu ni.-iji'i-ly, as is u.-uiil in sc.-li cases, was fairly uvorrcacht-il in hi.s bpi.'- pain; for the ciinniiijilv .s.iwi-il ill) liinil year wilh un.l planted it willi I lie- second; M> that the devil got for lint tvlicnt-Miiljhlc atiil uml tlii-j rtittilioii -Sir iuichurl coiiliiiunl, unlil he not (inly U-frt'uri'il hin pnrtnrr, but pxhinisli'd ihe soil. In uf tin'.-t Ic'gcml, linwr-M'-r, wn i-nntinue to pive crrdil In Sir liaU Cur luiv. ing bcpn the introducer nf [.OIII'-T i ir'u (hia country. Tho firat llmt liirtl wo arp tula', full inlo tho very in.lurni mis. 11: ll.l.siMi, a nam i ii y. "Nor is it said ihc clear, stern tones of llichard Malverton, who entered the lull, followed by Sydtnlwm ttaid nhruplly to hcr father, "you are uxposin, a moat neeilleiit manner, I would ailvko your going in iniiuediulely." "So 1 wua Ihe reply "but Iwibel wonlil ._..........._, huvo told mo far more tenderly." They wulkt-d on the heads of tho guilty. A strange Jiverctt shall have a home, with. lara re- asked "Half you wich, my yM anil' been theredaily ho has has jn tone, "And who arc now I will relcuao you from Each close atlcndtinec if these are I whose handwriting is better known to you than his Mulvertnn to your father and tell you from Each close atlcndtinec ll these things uwnii your old uncle." i have come liarry listen.' When Isabel turned away from that tindly and in. l i .n ii.a oT happy imile, pJ.e felt Jier glow willi Ihe! nli 116 seerp on of conaciouwca. Ihal tlie hud been iu.trumenla! in attempt to embitter the cauaing it. mind of Sydenham against 1'rom tlie day Clarn had been compelffld to be- foul wronr hc.tped upon the of Isa- olow portion of her confidence Morton, ,o Jower uer jn his ill hu hud been ii narrow observer of And he knew almost us well ao IHTI--I f, the thul acuiiLled her ycl he strove in vniii lo win I'roni hcr own lips a confccaun of the whole or a part. She turned n dcuf ear to every hint, HIM! never in the nnwt distant manner alluded tu the letter, or what she had done wilh it. creditora wero at jllerton'a door at all Imure of the itay-i-ho had fur overrun hia limited hud "cvvryihiiur tu win and nothing to Leave the country he inuat if nniuceenful; what mailer then how much he oilemltd Clara! On tbe morning of MfcjWalvcrton's ride to Sir. Stau- ley'i, ha called upon Clara, inrite htr of Sin. Slnnley's with directed lo to walk out, that he might have an opportunity ef MiM Everett. I to my nillier'g i coiivtreinj wiJi hcr without inicruption. He room, 1 ottered lo take it. Inibel penned it, and (bund her quite alone she inentioneil that her without word ofcommenl. gave il into hands j molhor had gone'thM momini; lo spend some days her uncle. It wrtn an offer of Ihe- nittmtion of fOiemeM in Mr. family. I run certain my father would Imvo foil it a relief, w intich anx- kity on hiut bhe oloKd with mi otter every wny no nnexcoiriionttble.' Af- ter rewliiiii iho notr, he n-maincd lilciit. laubel MW nl n jjlance feelings, nnd with llio 11 not gtre me up to the cold charily of my dear Hack-! I havo no friend but not dewrt "You know my promised her Ihtt prolcctioe that vrill never fnil while he And now, bydeuUMll, after bearing account, can you believe Itabol to deeply Il jrievea me In >eo Ihe dMike my mother cxhibitt townrda her; but I awM not auk her tu 'love bnc wboac tiudurat fee the food Ihia life fivechw to eadure ignominy aoduwult." Sydrnham reply. Anjry u be with a friend. Never had Jlfcrton exerted hinwlf much lo pkaie, and Clara liHeneiL with o ero- lo the compliments offered up aa iuceimc lo her jtfL-non anw Ihe impres- sion hud made, and he veninrrd ycl to woo her for a wife. Thai wns quite a different pleaaedamile upon the lip faded away, nnd llio corners of her mouth curved Aovn giv- ing to hcr ooiuieHanee an of hnajrhti- nvw little favorable to iho-lover'a hoppa. Il no time lo hewlale, and though'Clara refuaal in honied words, it wus a mont unequivocal refund of Hilt. Merlon, ruaddom-d by Ihe dii- appointment, and dreading lo fucc hungry cred- threatened her with wtfd betray her to Sydeuhaui. And then did pour out a knowledge of her secret wHU Unavailing to win the love of Hur- ry. Cm faa bear whole  her sho; lion sho would luivo lUlh-n, had not uncle caught her. llu bore her to hall hcr upon a and supporting htr head. ''She hits only fainted, siie will soon he saia to j Sydcnham, who bent over tlic motionless I "i'rl, with a face almost as white as her I not humbled. To convince her cr of her innocence, was her deliimino-l purpose that accomplished, sho might yol retain her good name. Sho opened his bed-room door ho had not I low still that chamber wns I ll Boomed as though the breath of iho sleeper was not there Clara approached iho it was even so; in the calm, and immovable features thero was no Iraco of life. upon ihe eountemince.lhcrp lingered pence Mn.tv T I.N borrow your n are to.-.-irjif.'" It i.s a mcai -hi I.'.'I-' iv.i-an to r's j, i-r, whfii s.i r ,1. l'i siitiv.1' -c for iif-vcr psiy ''.r it. newspaper ami ll is a infTiii to: tho Ivvcliang. es from nn Kditors sanctum. It is u mean lo lo ik OVT on Ivl- itor's Hliouhlor when lie is writing. It a mom] thing lo rr-di'-ulc un tHito. own. The fair, soft ham! of Isutu-1 hun life- I less Uy her .Hide. Sydc'ihiini rais-tl it stul- detily" to iii.s '-Oh Istibi-1 how I have wrongi-d burst from his full i ahasemcnt eho came a bettor, nnd ft wiser heart, ant) it was no shame to the man- betinty I was though all the kind- rial when you have nul two at-jtim of ly, and warm feelings tliat dwelt in in your own ikull. heart, had lingered in iheir upward flight! h a mean thing to what yon Gooiold man, in mcroy wert thou called .may find writi'ti in Ncv, .spapur Oflicc. to suHdcnly. With features almost as cold, nnd rigid TJIK titov.-. hat iho (-low. as the dcnrl. Clnra gnzed that worm units IIP r Irj-l.t lure h.-r lover lo long fixed gaze of horror! Onupiir had j lirr IJUWIT is Imt u tion fortf.o claspcO the hrmrt in ils icy folds f but iho insect shim s in its infant in that seeneofhtr guilt wai laid of the larva, ami when in its aiirt-lmn head in Ihe dust, nnd out of that self, condition. Il from thr- .-hv-rvn. lions of niilurnlit-t'. th'-so niM'cls ncv. woimn. hood of Hnrry Syilenham, that the warm lears fell over that fairy hand. A fnint j It was a room furnished with exceeding tint came upon ihe clu-ek of Isabel, anil' returning consciousness lo the dark and tender eyes. er exhibit ihcirliif'il witln'iiit so-ne motion of the body or from this it would socm thai the piioj-jihort'sc'-'iice wns du. and raro objects of nrfi i pendant upon some ru-rvifiiis action, rqj. from many lands scattered nround.lhc ulatcd at pleasure l.y ihe inncct, il sifl of Richard Malverton for thu old certainly lias ihe power of ob.scuriu-r il man dwell wilh his children! But the entirely. Iflltc glow-woim is crimhr.il, her uncle, very "culm" yourself, rareft object tho by and the hands or f.iec (.re ruhhr-d it my Isabel you have now a friend to pro- far tho gentle of Ihal man- j luminous suiiiUr tu lhou ana lore you." Toaw were in dncoii hy phoiphorus, iij.pcar. 'I h-y "I cannol thank you, my Urge, Itutrioo-eyes Yet tliero in! tJime with grcnlly l.rij.itnty ihein an Mp'rwcion o( tlio hoart't j ici oxygen and IB nitrous I 'You uro better, my dear said said   

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