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Bloomfield New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - December 2, 1879, Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaVol. Bloomfield fa., tuesday do bomber i 1h7i. No. 49.the times. 4b Independent family Nefyn paper ii it. Mortimer amp 00. M let ii m c it i i t i o n 1> it i k. Within tim Cousett. On 2� is Monika. Tel Loire or tub Courry on a a or. Plaug included. A i my 81� a Milia. Pinla a included. A a Vallun. Invariably in Advance i advertising Rales urm shed upon a poll $c1e<it Post in a. A going Home Alt Dndr Long 1 litre Laboured and wrought and now Tny inborn a Sloue. For softly from you Radiant Cloud Brolles Down the setting aun. Happy Happy Happy of Happy tiap Yiem i in a going Home to the sweetest eyes beneath this evening sky i All any in the Dull Blind world of Raen 1�?Tvo tolled for love and Home and now i m coming to you Ray dear a to rest till morning . Re Yin kor Gay. Of gayly gayly 1 Corse for the truest heart in All the land is waiting for me at Home. Home time when labor is done for us and sorrow s passed away i when the Eye is dim and Anne the Cheek and lha liner la thin and Gruys deeply deeply deeply of deeply my dear and i shall sleep together a dreamless sleep Benenti the Ere Long sky. Primi Lallou s Meiu Orthe Battle for the Cedars. A a b if w. Moult a. Urton a shouted the brakeman. A Young indy step Ted off1 the train on the Ida form two or three trunks were thrown out from the baggage car and with a shriek the locomotive wan Otway Tagalu dragging it Burden after 11. The Young lady stood for a moment looking about her and then she walked into the ticket office. A a can you Tell me How it la from Here to the residence of a gentleman Liy the name of i c Vera it he asked. A the place is about Liaf a mile dlr taint a a was the courteous reply of the ticket agent. A a has or. Lie vere been Here this morning a a a i have not seen him to Day a was Theau Sci a however if he la expecting a visitor a i take it for granted he must be i do not doubt hut that he will let a Here a a he la expecting me a sold the lady. The agent was right in his prediction. There came the Roll of Carriage wheel outside and soon a gentleman strode Luto the office. A a miss Lyndsley a a he exclaimed. A a or. De vere a she answered. The two Shook hands cordially. A i am a Little late Quot de vere said a a still i have not kept you waiting Long hut it was a Little vexatious to and no one a a not at All a Mim Lyndsley said. A a you Are ready a Quot a a or. De vere escorted miss to ids Carriage and assisted her into a a drive on Dick Quot he cried to the coloured Driver. A a i will Send Dick Down with a cart for your trunks a to said to miss Linds Ley As he took a place lies de her. A hundreds Yards away a River ran parallel with the Railroad. A hard level Carriage Way stretched out to this from the depot. Then there was a Long Bridge Iley Ond it the Road again of soon they had crossed the River. It was a Beautiful scene that was spread out to View. To the right and the left the River wound away like a Silver thread. Overhead there waa a sky of unclouded Blue. The wide Valley was Green and am lug. Orchard and held stretched away before them. Hack of it. Great Hills were outlined against the sky. And fragrance and sweetness were borne to the senses by he summer Breeze. 11 Victoria is Well of a nurse a said miss Lyndsley As the Carriage whirled along. Quot Victoria is very Well indeed a or. De vere answered. A and Little Minnie a a a there were other commonplaces. A presently the Carriage Alop Ted Lief re some folding Gates. The coloured Driver sprang from Bis seat Aud swung them open. Then he drove up the Avenue lie. Fore the Carriage to a residence stylish and new. Here we Are erred or. De vere. He Leah a i the ground and assisted mls a Lyndsley to alight. A a yonder come that delightful sister of mine a he nodded. A pretty Young girl rushed out Frum the House with Ninny exclamations of Joy. Ilia de the greetings elided mias Lyndsley said can i lie shown to my room Victoria ? i am so tired and so dirty and heated that i my ashamed to lie Quot i will go with you myself to your room a sold Victoria de vere. Hli eled the Way miss a Audsley following. If p a Light of stairs they went and very shortly Viet Orlu ushered her visitor into a pretty room with Green carpet curved furniture and picture covered Walls. Quot your bedroom opens out of this a Victoria sold. A a i have and these a Perl inputs furnished in Arlyle Tomt i thought would please a thunk you for your forethought Aud a Ludness a mls a Lyndsley a a the apartments Are very and she kissed Victoria. There was n great ill Florence Between these two Young girls in personal up Tea Aiice. Miss Lyndsley was tall and Queen like a Brunette Bright and Brilliant. The was very Beautiful. There was n ii nil setting of the Sweet red lips that told a Story of Nulf re Lunce. Doubtless miss Lyndsley had Hud need of self Reliance. Any woman who Marks out tier own lot and position in life does. But Victoria de vere was n fairy like Little creature with a elite figure. The was fair with hair like spun Gold. Her eyes were Blue and her lips Scarlet. The was a merry Leglu hearted clinging piece of humanity. One would not say of her that she was Beautiful but that she was Lovely. After a few minutes conversation Victoria turned to go. A at Wlms hour do you Lluc Quot miss Lyndsley called after her. A at three a was the reply. The de vere mansion lie longed to Young Hubert de vere. He in it Sci red also quite a largess Lattof land surrounding it. The Laud bad been purchased the residence constructed with Money that Robert bad inherited from his father. In this connection it May lie stated that both Thep rents of the Young de Veres were dead. Victoria Hud As much Money As Robert but it was invested differently. The did not know How a a but Robert Robert bad taken Good care to invest it safely. Robert was still unmarried and Vio Torla As Well As another sister much younger and with a Fortune of her own too resided with him or perhaps it might be More correctly Nahl that they were under Bis care. It was two of clock when miss Lyndsley descended the stairs Aud entered the ii Arlor. There was no one there acid she seated herself at the Plano. The ran her hands Over the keys and the chords throbbed responsive to her touch. The played a plaintive piece simple tender and Sweet yet though the piece was simple it was evident that miss Lyndsley was More than an Ordinary musician. But she did not Stop. A Walls followed and then a difficult selection from an opera. Almost at the Glrst Robert de vere had come to the door. He caused there and listened. Presently miss Lyndsley Censed playing and he walked to her Side. A a your playing is a Mutch less As Ever a he said. My Lyndsley did not Start but turned with a smile but before she could reply Victoria de vere appeared in the doorway. A a Little min is very anxious to see you a Abe said to miss Lyndsley. A a Little Minnie a Quot cried miss Lyndsley gayly. A a Why i am equally anxious to Liel old her the Sweet child where is she a a Quot in the family Rositi a Victoria replied. A a the Little Witch has just Lieen asleep and her nurse is in thing her. I will have her brought in in a Victoria returned 111 a Short time. The was leading a Little girl by the hand a a pretty creature very much like herself. The child released herself from Victoria s grasp and Rau to mls a Lyndsley. Who in fit Over her and kissed her Many times. A a Mill glad to see lbs a in sey a she Oread. A a min a n great notion to cry a cause she a a but min did not cry. Mls a Lamb try took her in her Lap and played a Schot to some Gay Anil Lively for her. A perhaps you reined Iilah re slip said a that Mill is As fond of my playing As a As Quot a a a Home other persons you could mention a interrupted Robert de vere Wlllie n laugh As miss Lyndsley hesitated. A a i remember that when you were with us last Sulu apr a a Ahl Victoria Quot her chief Delight wan to get you at the at that instant the summons for dinner sounded. A a come a said Victoria. A a i dare May you Are quite Robert escorted miss Lyndsley to the dining room Victoria took Minnie in charge. At dinner the three Young people and the Little child sole occupants save the servants of the Din Itig Lull made a pleasant group. A do you like the country a miss Lyndsley asked. A doubtless you remember that this is the Glrst time i have beheld any of you since you moved into this great new a a to be sure we Victoria answered. A a we Are very much pleased with the country but we scarcely expect to remain Here during the entire Winter. About christinas to will flee Imok to the a a after dinner 1 must have u glimpse at the scenery of your neighbourhood a said miss Lyndsley. Quot How is the View from your Piazza a a very Good Quot answered Robert lie vere. And when the Meul was mulched they All went out on the Piazza. A a delightful a cried miss Lyndsley As she viewed the scenery. A All is Bright and a a yonder in the Cashel property a sold Victoria presently. A a Hee yonder is the residence half hidden among the Trees. It is the oldest residence and he pro it erty is the Best in All this country. 1 sometimes wish our House were More like or. Cashel a. Everything is so new miss Lyndsley had Given a Start and grown Pule Robert de vere. Happening to turn toward her beheld these signs. A a Are you 111, miss Lyndsley a he exclaimed. A not at All a she returned All the Rich warm color coming Back to her face. Robert took up the thread of Victoria s subject. A the can Liel estate is u very valuable one a he said. Quot the present owner in. Hersted it from or. Hebert Cashel who died Only two or three years ago. His father was Hebert Cashel a curiously eur ugly Young Cashel is the Only living one of the blood. He was never in this country until he a wine Here to claim the estate. His father was a artist and resided at Florence Italy where he died. That a the substance of the Story a i heard it. As it has chanced i have never beheld the present owner of the estate. He does t Scech to he very a a Small we go in Quot asked miss Lyndsley taking minds Huud after a Brief silence. Her request was obeyed and they All entered the House. That night the last words that miss Lyndsley murmured after she had retired to rest Anil before she closed her eyes in sleep were a a i knew that the Cashel property was in this part of Virginia but did not pram it was so near Bere. Near Fairmont was my understanding. Hows Ever i suppose Burton Battlon being so unimportant was unknown or forgotten. 1 wonder what he is like a it is As Well to state Here hint lbs Lyndsley it Christian name was Barbara. A a a a out Seaward the minute Gnu of a ship in distress was Rooming. A storm had come up suddenly and Clouds As Black As the Mill of death covered the the wind shrieked and raged with terrific Force. The Waves beat upon the Beach with a sullen Roar. Anon a Glare of Al vol lightning would Cut athwart he gloom and the Thunder would crash through the heavens with a sound like the rending of a universe. Truly it won n wild wild night 1 Farmer Lyndsley was Silling before n blazing Are listening to the Roar of the storm without. Ills wife sat close to the Corner of the Chimney. A a it is an awful night a a she kept Multi ring. Above the howl lug of the wind and the roaring of the sea came the Boom of the Man file gain of the doomed ship heard for lie Arst time by Farmer Lyndsley. A hark what was that a he cried As he suddenly sprang to his feet. In a listening attitude. A a i heard nothing but the storm Quot replied his wife. A a but 1 did a exclaimed or. Lyndsley a a a a of distress front the sea. Home poor vessel is being hastened on to its a a but Vest Els never rom ashore Here a a Alil mrs. Lyndsley. A May they do a said her husband a a rarely however i remember that Twenty years Ugo before we were married Many a poor dead body was washed ashore front a wrecked ship one Boom came from Over the sea. A a a you heard that Quot a yes i heard that a answered mrs. Lyndsley her 1im White. Quot the vessel will go to pieces on the Rucks a said or. Lyndsley solemnly. Mrs. A Audsley wrung her and. A can nothing he done to save the poor wretches on Board a she cried. A i fear not a newer de her husband. A a but get me my Grant coat and i will hasten Over to Ogden a and Rouse them to gel them to go with me Down to the Lieuez. To May i i Able to Render some or. Len do Ley was soon inside his overcoat. A build on n rousing Are wife a he a Ald a a for if any poor wretch should chanced be washed ashore alive we will Ilavu to carry him Here. Of i my lantern. Strange that i should nearly forget the lantern was lighted. Thedoor being opened a Tierce gust of wind swept in but Fanner a Audsley Drew his coat about him and went out into the storm. A Shollo a he shouted teu minutes later at Ogden a door. A a Hollo 1�?� Wun returned from inside the House. A a did your hear that gun Quot a a a you Are going Down to the Beach a a a yes a Wax shouted from the inside a a we will be ready in a the door of the House opened and a Man in an oiled coat peered out. A a is that you Lyndsley a he asked. Lyndsley gave a affirmative answer to the question. A the boys Are lighting their lanterns a said Ogden. A a Hollo Jack Tom 1�?� a coming sir a answered voices. Ilic Bard Ogden and the Stalwart Young Fellows his sons came they West Mick fur a Short time to Ward Farmer Lindsley s Bouse and then turned Down the Beach. Down on the Shore they stopped. The Slud was shrieking Aud howl lug As madly of Ever and they sea was like a raging monster seeking Bis prey. A a ugh it s a bad night a cried Richard Ogden a a it s an awful night for those poor wretch be out yonder a a a a i have not heard the gun lately a said Lyndsley. A a can sub have struck already a a a 1 think not a was the reply. To Donarm Ogden a words once More the Minuto gun walled out. The men strove to look out Over the boiling seat hut naught save the dense whiteness of the yeasty Waves could to seen. Suddenly a vivid Cash of Algu Tulig seemed to Divide the heavens in Twain and out Over the raging foaming Waters the men saw tha doomed vessel weird As a phantom ship with he Blue Light of the troubled heavens gleaming upon her. A Chhe is very close a cried Ogden a a scarcely a mile away. A few moments will Tell the 11 and we can do nothing Loaid those poor wretches a exclaimed Lyndsley. A nothing i fear a Ogden echoed. High trove the shrieking of the storm and the raging of the sea came a crash. Then naught could lie heard but the mail roaring of the Elemente sounding to the thrilled and appalled men like wild Shoule of Triumph. Quot heaven Pill the Roor drowning creatures a exclaimed Lyndsley. A a heaven pity them a echoed the Ogden solemnly. Then the men did All that it was in their grower to do. They separated and walked up and Down the Shore watching and listening. A a what Little Effort we can make been is vain a said Lindsly to himself. But it was not to lie so. Hey reel y had he muttered those words when there wag cast up at Bis feet a human figure. Lyndsley stooped quickly and clasping it in his arms lifted it away from Llie Cru Al Waves. He placed it on n Rock and then Bent Over it with his lantern. A woman a face White and ghastly in he rejected Light met his gaze. He reached Down his hand and put it Over her heart. It was perfectly still. He was astonished by hearing a pitiful Wall. Certainly to dead woman could not give Forth a sound like that Lyndsley Felt about the woman s Flag ure. Lie then discovered whence theory proceeded. Clasped close to tho right Side of the woman was a Little babe. A a Jack Ogden Hollo Jack a Lyndsley billed. In response. Jack came. A a Here is a woman and child a Farmer Lyndsley said. A a the woman is dead i believe but the child yet lives. You and i will carry them to my the other two Ogden came up and saw in a moment How Mattere were. A a Ogden you and Tom can stay Here and watch a Lyndsley said a a while Jack and i ure gone to the then the child was released from the close pressing arms of the Lyndsley led the Way with his lantern holding the child close to his breast. Jack Ogden lifted the woman in his arms and followed after. They reached Linds Ley s House and entered. A lord pity a cried mrs. Lyndsley a a what have you Here a for an answer Jack Ogden Laid the dead form that he held before the blazing Are and Farmer Lyndsley placed the babe in Bis wife s arms. A a it lives a be said. A a wrap it in something warn. Mrs. Lyndsley obeyed. The child s Walls gave evidence that its bold on life was Strong. Attention was Given to the woman. But no Effort could give Back the breath of life to her form. The Mother was dead the child living for she was its Mother. Evidently she had been Young and very Beautiful. Her clothing was of Fine texture. Doubtless she had belonged to a wealthy and Rean of family. It mattered Little now. The immortal spark had fled the tenement of Clay. The ways of Providence Are mysterious past Ondong out the cruel Ocean had stolen away the Mother s life and left her helpless babe alive. When the morning dawned the storm had stilled to quietness. The Sun Rose in Golden splendor. The Ocean was As Calm As though it had never hungered to Swallow up the human freight of ships. The Ogden and bad watched All night. Several dead bodies had been washed ashore and besides the babe one other that contained Milfs that other was a youth a Sailor. Judging irom appearances he was about Twenty ave years of age. Of Allou Board of the us fated vessel but two Hod been spared. The Young Sailor remained with the Egdeus for a few Days. His name was George Gorman. Farmer Lyndsley interrogated him about the woman and the bade. A a i suppose they Are Mother and child a be be continued. A
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