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Wisconsin Express (Newspaper) - December 18, 1849, Madison, Wisconsin 1 NOTHING TO SERVE BIT Tayto I VOLUME 10 i Ike The Orphan A nv I laal him her j bv hilling ahc could i when there eye lo nee wive at the of hcr i of would MADISON WISCONSIN TUESDAY DEO 18 1849 were over Be my and you never ha My tu of Inn i if mich thuru Iw in wilh some gaily hud OTIC her Kvery d ty Inn health improved nnd iu uf a determination formed to hint tu a very of hcr u in sonic family of her Clurn you to keeping this said secret You will u in a uf not im- know mo T i tons story Let us over to tho house I would fain see and judge tor myself ham consented nnd Curing their walk let us turn n moment lo Isabel She crossing tho lurge of the mansion on J her to her uncle's she hnd might she him Pho had lut the nnd tuken the note addressed to 1 opened il the be ymir 1 know you too wch to think rd Inter than she expected by an unworthy use uf the secret yon company not leaving hcr chamber since tho As entered hn hut s no alternative hf il a i h HI he M it Jle the deference of ue Jo HUB jure uuu i v readily consented for had won hcr wuy to i ll a morning the lent her manner should attract attention a heart open nnd ua her own with n und I her own room And if I should he no very fortunate my deur Mr fluid Isabel in lo enter your family would you make me thu tion aK from yourself think it Bo very that 1 to chw Indian summer Tho uir wim very nud il touched her lilie llm If lie should iull tho color left her cheek and brow and eyes dilated whispering in his I will listen und judge for this is no common case Whore are you going Isabel said Richard Iho thut foil over tho hite forehead nnd kissed her Thou thy bless for the will load you room I must my brother it is very Jong sineo we have seen each oilier offered his nrm to who walked feebly ho led hcr towards iho lire and she sat down upon tho sola shutting her with her hand for a few minutes Sydenham stood by hcr side deep to hcr lour Uncle Richard my ordered i costly stone to be your grave ho has in inscription which if it could be in with truth upon the monument of mother there would bo few Clara tons And her children rise up hoi Oh I feel how a debt of gratitude is duo to that faithful mid when ho took the vacant place upon early teaching and judicious the sofa he said t0 you what you Thou 1 know I um unworthy of your for- my beloved and tho Miss Everett yet I would fain clasped her to his ask it At least hear tis but art a poor to myself in wind of early Il wilh the agony of iho tin Oh God if he j thai is if muy ask to hold mi with i toll she her upon her silent arid repose tho while her lips closed liko a vice rind in to-day Ibui girl in the sunny lime of I the hearted to hold wilh ultimo i toll Harry she her my said to look upon her silent and ihn while her hna likn I h lo him and coloured fur ahe far ir aro the name and to-morrow they are that in our i her youth wan in her heart ard lor no change to Beauty was from her hel was that thought and then it had there was no solitude peopled willi the world of ey who had long tho truth The vi id around was cheered her before came If d to do and Everett that I we performed Peace was in her hourt and ite er and when conscience has tilled And yet upon tho head y r in the room it of duly u In fur mid to UM by her M 1 object linn in hud uny vn IKT an lo fnt lii r deeply wounded he Ifft the room As Mm Haid The 11 of mind for u l-r und Ihu tier of character for as Clara s how rani uf from her inmost heart that she hud nut added lo hitt Anxiety hy the of her own I- nt Von know liow dreads lut one to look lo hut hcr her not if ii over i irr hw I'm -i u woman who will u tut the of i no more 1 li ul naid for the nf wus very pale und id as he punned it over lie no I o fly her wan ulie accused Never ho Isabel hoard wilh great thin dis- her her uncle wilh ut the of authority hni of her And she Stanley bhe ventured tn ask j n vice seems inherent thu 1 hud heard her Mrs regarded Isabel m ua ahu You must lion I made Thiw is very I never re- any communication from you Mrs Stanley looked for a upon face of Isabel held out her hand I my dear there was a mistake you will It kepi Isohel warmly relumed 1 of the country the pressure while wailed to hour fur honesty unit uf character A few after thin conversation in the us by her he full Khe left the room chining the door behind her the family were dining out and fearing no interruption nhe room Opening the she run her over thu low of her voice winging mournfully with the music An old and simple it that she loved for hcr mother's sake Kre she wus half through memory of that mother's lender with the cold thut surrounded her swept o'er her spirit it like u flower before the tempest ll lo see the young so stricken growing old before their time Her sobs died away and a like stole hcr heurt for she felt assured that a mother's blessing was upon thu faithful of her duly to her uncle Much earlier than they Mrs and Claru returned accompanied livery detailed by Mrs Stubley tu was known to both mother und liv w and Ihc anxiety of Mrs If secure liis Bonl ho hum lor Clara hud grown into a desiro no intense ii tided her at She looked very angry ul seeing m the drawing room on their return it was unusual as helf very much to the sick room of her nude Mrs could not avoid noticing the agitation of who rarely saw Isabel ot traces then were of of recent tears that IK In fur voice in of in- is mil imparted a degree of r i SB lo hia manner nhu hud nt I let cool lo mil II mm to and bhe object had bten gained Itii nn over the of iH i tin of pained him fur n of li truth lln to i Iml dull weight that for he felt 11 mUKI his received a no rude i mid n ever il mind Hid i lie wakeful of thul night lie eh unit Air tho scope hud boon and of her vanity hy lous and worldly Could it bo when Iho test carne ahc it such us she like tho Ellin's nat arc Boon buried the liiva of envy and hate It was on the evening of the same dny ho had been refused Ned drove tip to a country inn miles from the place nf It kepi by one of a man more hand Smiling upon her Mrs Stanley drew hcr 1 Mcrton entered he found him in conversation with hcr arm a man a stringer tu him but whose striking You must come with me Miss to see i features lofty bearing aroused his my little girls 1 am ture Mr will ex- G questioned tho landlord as to who he was tho cuso a few minutes I seemed greatly to excite him Ho paced Mr shook smilingly for apparently in earnest cannot excuse a long my gentle then advancing ho addressed the mine in very truth bul for her tenderness euro of me 1 should not have been here I can well believe your prnise of Isabel's sing having witnessed simie of it replied Airs Stanley as they left the room When reached tho nursery Stanley rang for the servant who had been thu bearer of her note t Miss Everett He guve an exact etmnt of all that had occurred Stanley then dismissed him and turning to Isabel I do unt motive that has ed Miss to bo guilty of such ble conduct she would ynur besl friends from you and sooner you are from under h 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 animal ho hail drew a cloak a- round him Iho evening was unusually mild und lode off hours lime him lo iS'ydenliatn'K He the f mill with the step of to whom scone was entered the houso Lamps were lighted the lire burned upon tbe hearth books were upon the table rials fur but young master of that mansion half half upon the softi It is snid Clara by le suspicions of evil my fulher in bed No he me this Ibi be Ho coimtuiance of a happy ur of very proverb L u 1 i s rure I v wil mc in in mouth ot my father Ton nil lie -1 tli cine ov r J 1 l then it is Lin appointed in- what purpose Relative to my the tion of governess iu Mrs Stanley's ily In Vrs Stanley's said rci becoming vory pale I never heard of thia The glance of Isabel's eye under the of the hood slie had uttered und sternly said you the you knew to be mine nnd 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 ment to suppose I could thus return her grout Isabel moved towards the door hut dura placed her hand upon it Grant mo one first I have ever asked I will never for- get it Do go-to Mrs Stanley's Why should 1 stuy bel to be an object of scorn und con- For my dear uncle s sake I how much of the ness that fastens upon the life strings of poor It will grieve him but it cannot him now lo know that I must seek home Let me pats Clara if you please Is this my answer then said 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 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- words might fall from her lips But Isabel not trust her voice too warmly ner wna 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 kiou upon his mind by the tions of ho had never cause of her submission to tho insolence of Mrs and that his worst suspicions were confirmed Ity tho fabrication of her having refused tho of governess in Mrs family And now you know all Miss Everett will you forgive mot mf I shall not soon forgive myself There a deep burning spot upon the cheek of rose till il ed the snowy lips parted with a that came with iho unutterable nil things even ns hou hast of thy ill lo the if n v n i J Head ami on n hy A n To moulder in Imd Shr And died what older we Hail it lo Then a rnr would Iliivr in of We hope hr is lo The to which oilier c fa bear all he rather than by exertion her ou n I need not ask if your uncle is said Mrs your being here is all evidence tie hus not the use of his eyes jour dutiful and mammal exclaimed Clara may not Isabel Iw weary of sick room us well as the rest of lid Mrs took no notice of the tion neither did she Iho Hashing eye of but she went on with even more than in but went on willi even mure thu lo wound the of she lay s i mink Jler hint upon the nor i u in in up lit i u The of my T murmured Hot th nil- Inn I J none of hia f t'i c: or hia me from leal a each oilier -11 lia i lift St iSlie from tn window The moon was lar lofly with II noble of and their i i e and ron up before hur of that to its tun in 1 rigid unit the heart of to dark that entered tho ui was Of nil the in he human mind envy Wilt you then my dear assist me in tho charge these little prls i I shall be to do so exclaimed not I and lie angrily as thu I und the Jle arose i in so nt the farm Vou promised to remain wilh or I should not have you allow me i to aak Miss why you an- hero 1 A Approached their lioni luo tur slic lost nil control over i fa wilh u cry uf make to an 11 him lie asked and will uncle's op who it was hi had uf itt position but it is duo to now to make s v his oh j ho I with ley li my uncle should upon knowing my ml ample and true reason for can 1 sayi lectual forehead where thought had the truth luid Stanley of thin lips that Clara has brought her inn hut own head winch hovered an like s Isabel hut mv will is with lu low silver it most She no more and they Ions from emotion the Mr and left Isabel 8 would not have hud not in a Ions time keen her MJ cheerful j hiw n oldest ai they met Ned Mr the io lo him but the U 1 chimed tho hand held e- as lie bade u i unto her But I here to-night ness The old landlord ul tho inn you are in heaven but you will nut desert 1 low could mich lova ua yours pasa Look upon me mother I no friend you Him wan fora thus und then she murmured Aim to be co aij und rd ul the dark rising wilhin hcr Then thai low voice roio lo in und Pew iit er prayed ua did when the shadow of a hold il will up the j lay heavy upon her Mill nnd within like a thul hna i It WUH nn hour that tried uf crime i her faith but strength given evil ti uf honour wert ihou fair maiden Mnt was confounded at Iho who from under hurel of feeling Isabel ihy would imt protect To cover her own confusion nnd leave matter m the over lo won and in tonea that betokened Ihu dia- trera ho line it of her of a hrr il fiw own r wilh Iho hai willed U will not lake und lova woman Cnin like mark her forehead the and rend the of the How terrible ii For the time iu her life tu around cold of wilha f -1 her and err thought over her aud em to in laul a hy C lura waa hy jinl with n that did they tUat of She In nf k lo ami that old f lo her daily t if pained j? had her ao girl bear if WM heavier trial for that tone hail firen the rich heart ll lo hia manner a end Ml i 1 cannot be deceived In her voice there wus Clurn heart uf that girl n 1 Half kindly half pityingly cyo dwell upon and then iu the familiar guage of past time the Sit ne Hurry I cannot bear you so much feeling on one KI utterly unworthy Listen and then judge if laubel Everell bo worthy of lion Thia morning in halt I met a forehead and then he j me upon hearing my a man wus evidently but slus saying that ho Mas about to leave tho country and ho Providence had thrown me in his way that he might bring the hand of justice been a lit recipient for tho counsels of your saintly Slop you know not what yon Do not take the of my 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 you to her you there forever Tho den founts of memory hud been touched by a rude hand and every in the heart of Isabel to the forced themselves down her pale cheek which she would fain have cheeked for the cold eye that was upon her shrink from any betrayal of Gently she said Lei me go lo my un- cle of what avail is a protraction of this scene first at by a Mr sixly At firM tho would plant nor touch saying wrrc il's fruit him on his complaining In that i he hail no fruit was told to j h f liko a ray ol hght upon her fair nnd f ful features was tho of h Isabel and so i enham he knelt down by her arid f poured out the love that filled his heart I Of He mine oh Isabel i change and ovil cannot touch for I will guard thoo troth and of undying lore I will cherish thee forever and it sent by that all powerful hand from which I cannot shield thee dearest I will it with thee I Oh Isabel is no joy our love will not is no grief thai it will not lessen Ho mine oh and I will pour upon you a that will satisfy even you whose very nature is made up of lovo And anon low tones of Isabel fell upon his ear will bo thy wife Harry Sydenham a repay such hnd finished his slory upon the oar of that unhappy er il foil liko upon con- Tho faults of his drummer's youth rose up him in gigantic Liko the High Priest of old dark fiend of an accusing Michael nnd devil he ing in partnership look lease on u farm in The was i manure devil advanced Ihc capital The produce was to ho divided uv Tho year Sir was to nil ihu ground und that grew hi low llm year shares were lo be opposite wny His as is in cases was fairly in pain for the ill year wilh planted it willi I second that the devil got for lint he not inly hin but soil In uf wn to pive In Sir liaU Cur ing the introducer nf i hia country Tho firat wo arp tula full inlo tho very mis a nam i ii y Nor is it said ihc clear stern tones of who entered the lull followed by to hcr father you are a moat manner I would your going in So 1 wua reply but told mo far more tenderly They on the heads of tho guilty A strange shall have a home with lara re- asked Half you wich my yM anil been ho has has jn tone And who arc now I will you from Each close if these are I whose handwriting is better known to you than his to your father and tell you from Each close ll these things your old uncle i have come listen When Isabel turned away from that tindly and in l i n oT happy felt Jier glow willi nli 116 on of Ihal tlie hud been in attempt to embitter the it mind of Sydenham against tlie day Clarn had been to be- foul upon the of 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 f the thul her ycl he strove in lo win hcr own lips a of the whole or a part She turned n ear to every hint never in the distant manner alluded tu the letter or what she had done wilh it wero at door at all of the had fur overrun hia limited hud tu win and nothing to Leave the country he if what mailer then how much he On tbe morning of ride to Sir ha called upon Clara inrite htr of Sin with directed lo to walk out that he might have an opportunity ef MiM Everett I to my i wiJi hcr without He room 1 lo take it penned it and bund her quite alone she that her without word gave il into hands j had lo spend some days her uncle It an offer of of in Mr family I run certain my father would foil it a relief w kity on bhe with mi otter every wny no ter iho he laubel MW nl n feelings nnd with 11 not me up to the cold charily of my dear I havo no friend but not You know my promised her that vrill never while he And now after bearing account can you believe to deeply Il me In dMike my mother her but I awM not auk her tu love bnc fee the food life to ignominy reply u be with a friend Never had exerted much lo and Clara with o lo the compliments offered up aa lo her anw sion hud made and he ycl to woo her for a wife Thai quite a different upon the lip faded away nnd corners of her mouth curved ing to hcr an of little favorable to hoppa Il no time lo and in honied words it wus a mont unequivocal refund of Hilt Merlon by dii- appointment and dreading lo hungry threatened her with wtfd betray her to And then did pour out a knowledge of her secret wHU Unavailing to win the love of ry Cm faa bear whole Ho conclusion he had declared his ihM lei hml rather than distress her uncle by seeking the meanson my lovo Word for word Richard heart yearns to he unlo hoc a fill the whole story Harry the agony of hour might lo rise out had bed excused a heavier fault hit i saw it all why hnd him his brother sre him biod in the Just the guilly hut left room i low thut name brings back you lovu one whose an lo rise but bho had been tried iv i j i 11 n was in hia car sho ilie of disregard did evil nud you restraint d her not 1 did tu welcome you thus to iho old homo of your childhood my brother I have been vory nud this slory has stricken mo lo rs fer my n mvl i sj may bo my last as he i ii speaking tho door End en- orin three v tared she her ear be deserted his youny nil might yet bo well and with fjch Of u of jewelry purpose come him not sho ci Richard has como Unok with dollars After hcr ho went of a brother's sow N Y where n in the bosom of your Father Iho dress ho 1 oil tale is false In your John L li W Navy and soon nr is my hcr said toil m with n rit her father in a low horse tune of of city or ils lion IJo was Richard iho wnn ton led her forth J elie I with his new hr wus I shook off his in wrath nnd j by two gr of thin words of passion were upon her lips ihon it i1 thru lin suddenly a low cry fell upon i in Cincinnati she in s ti tho of came tho sound of an old mini's sobs wrung from the How a it ia To have a ill m child The morrow in her chamber and exposed sho j jr is time uf him lie is at a v Ihal he will bo tn hull mil hop iry he not seen it Because Hurry Sydenham upright mind no foi In of Ned Merlon was ample room and hs saw deeply into tha crooked oJ the human heart tahen they uere One portion of Mr deep of Sydenham convinced him it was no idle love for Isobel You have been so frequently at said Mr probably know if my er received my letter I diJ con- to Isabel the allowance settled on I had then no idea of coming home but I very soon yearning to see my old homa once more came over me j I had to bind me there I orri year letter was by said Sydenham indeed to in her sho lion sho would had not uncle caught her llu bore her to hall hcr upon a and supporting htr head She hits only fainted will soon he saia to j who bent over tlic motionless I with a face almost as white as her I not humbled To convince her cr of her innocence was her purpose that accomplished sho might yol retain her good name Sho opened his door ho had not I low still that chamber 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 of life upon lingered pence T borrow your n are It a mcai to r's j r 1 for r it newspaper ami ll is a tho es from nn sanctum It is u mean lo lo ik on when lie is writing It a thing lo un tHito own The fair soft of hun I less Uy her Hide it to how I have burst from his full i eho came a bettor nnd ft wiser heart ant it was no shame to the I was though all the rial when you have nul two of ly and warm feelings dwelt in in your own heart had lingered in upward h a mean thing to what yon man in mcroy wert thou called may find in Ncv to With features almost as cold nnd rigid hat iho as the that worm units IIP r lure lover lo long fixed gaze of had j lirr is Imt u tion the in ils icy folds f but iho insect shim s in its infant in that guilt wai laid of the larva ami when in its head in dust nnd out of that self condition Il from lions of ncv hood of that the warm lears fell over that fairy hand A j It was a room furnished with exceeding tint came upon of Isabel anil returning consciousness lo the dark and tender eyes er exhibit motion of the body or from this it would thai the du and raro objects of i pendant upon some action from many lands scattered at pleasure il of Richard for thu old certainly lias power of il man dwell wilh his But the entirely is her uncle very culm yourself object tho by and the hands or re it my Isabel you have now a friend to far tho gentle of Ihal j luminous tu ana lore you Toaw were in hy I I cannol thank you my Urge Yet with an o j ici oxygen and IB nitrous I You uro better my dear said said
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