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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - August 1, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio
A weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. To a. A in Quot a i j a vol. 5, Cincinnati a Trio Friday Augustl 562, a. Ill -1862, a a j a. A Wii Ole dumber 421� a the mothers re pity to Bock lie to sleepy Mottner a a a a #. 0 m my child my child i thou Art weary to night a thy spirit is sad and dim is Tho Light j thou wouldst Call to Blick from the silent Bhore the trials of life to thy hear t As of Yore Boa longest again for Tho Loving euro for my kiss on thy lips my hand on thy hair a but Angels around thee their Loving watch keep. And Angels my child will a a Rock a the to backward?.1 say Onward Yow Jet rolling years gird on thy Armor i. Dry Lipi by tears f. not thy trials no Elf. Ria in vain a they la bran g thee the Light of thy childhood again. To should not weary my child by the Way. But watch for the Light of that brighter Day not tired of a a sowing for others to reap Quot for Angola my child will 44 Rock thee to tired Ray child of Tho 44 base a Hie untrue ? a of i Hivo tasted the cup they give you Felt the deep son of in the ii Vii g Green. A Quot of u Low Mossy grave by a Silvery Teura Bat Tho dear in it woe i uought for in vain. Is an Angel part it Supcoe and with me again and in the still night from the silence so deep. Come Tho Bright Angels to 44 Rock thee to . A nearer thee now than in the Davs that Ore flown purer the encircling thy Homo far my it to enduring the watch for to night than Over Earth worship Tony from the Light 8oon the dark Shadow will linger no Tinero nor Corse it thy Call f oui the Palling door. It. Foj. But a newest my child the angers watch keep and soon very a soon will 44 Rock thee to sleep."m1lton-ne veto test a. A a modern tale of circumstantial evidence. C Hapten a far up toward the head Waters of pc of the tributaries of the Susquehanna River and not Many leagues Distant from that portion by the Allegheny mountains which Divide the state of Pennsylvania there is a wild yet Beau till Valley. It is about three Miles in length Oval in shape with the breadth of a mile and a half in the Centre cloning up at either end by the Peculiar curve of the Hill that. Environ it Only leaving just apace enough for the Stream just alluded to and a to full beaten Road which winds along its Bank and slightly cuts tic Souther base of the projecting eminences. In the Centre of this Valley is a quiet Little Village of neat White houses and As Rural and sequestered As any pne could wish. Tile Village occupies both sides of the Stream which is spanned by an arched woodeut>ridge7beneath which the Waters foam and. Roan As they dash Over their Rocky bed darting away with the frolics meness or you til. In fact the Stream itself May not inappropriately to. Compared to a youth just freed from Tho trammels and helplessness of infancy when budding strength begins to give buoyancy Independence ambition and the adventure fur nurtured among the mountains and fed to a Good estate it Bas burst from Tho control of parental authority and now. Comes hopping. Skipping and. Dancing along with childish playfulness occasionally sobered for a moment As us lilies past some Steep overhanging Cliff like a youth full of timid curiosity on entering a place of deep Shadow but in the. Main wild merry and Sportive laughing in the Sunshine a rollicking gambling Purling and roaring. A now playing hide Andrycek among the Bushes and now Rushing away with might and main to explore the world that Lay before it Jug of the thorns springing up in its \ pathway. The Village of which we speak consists of some fifty buildings mostly private swellings. Yon White Structure with its Modesta a i i t a,4 a. 1 a. A cupola and which seems to Overlook the. Place with a Calm parental affections the Village Church Aid that pretty Little building near it is tile school House. On the right of this again is the the Good old Man who ministers to them in holy things with its trellis sed windows its flowery Vine creeping shrubbery Yard enclosed by White pailing8, and its Beautiful Garden in the rear All looking so Rural so cd ,.80 Calm so quiet As. If in keeping with the sacred calling of him who tenants it. On the opposite Side of Tho Road lower Down near the Bridge Isje Juji oust of entertainment with its feign swinging and creaks ing Between a two upright poles Ini Froidl. Just beyond the is a store a Little further in a slide Piaker a cabinetmaker which comprise nearly Al the Ine Chanioa trades of the Village. A a a a a few Hundred Yards above the Village Are a grist Mill and a saw Mill the dam for which stretched across the aforementioned Stream can he seen a from the a Bridge and adds an artificial Waterfall to the otherwise a v picturesque Beauty of the Valley. Near these Mills the one above and the other below Are two dwellings who a Peculiar architecture indicates two periods Quot their existences Nameb a rude new territory erection of Early times with modern improvements. Quot and such is their history. A r Brit not equally Quot As regarded the owner so to it a. Hamilton now found his division the most. F a valuable and Saleable butt every such Sale be was punctilious and scrupulous in giving Newton his share. A a a a a a a a the Village still Small at the present Day a a a i a a in d hot been rapid in its growth it waster too Inland and inaccessible for that. It had a a sprung into existence slowly gradually and though if never bore any similitude to the a mushroom like Many frontier1 settlements we could name still what it gained one year it retained the nest and never was in owned retrograde. A. A a. A a a a i a a Small ask it How is it was still smaller. Though scarcely less Beauty till at the tune a of by Binh we write. The he fuse of Devotion i. Was then therefor it had been Jinn try erected they were the Ever put up a Sumer years previously by Hamilton and. In this Volley Bud belonged to two families school House was also there of , who removed Hofher from yer j the inn the Bridge the store the Mills and Mont in the up Ringo Ito i when Allaround i several dwellings and Tho some of the me. Was a wilderness the names of these a Chancial branches named have since been Milles were Hamilton and Newton a and As added to the place there was even then a they were sole i Iii do equal proprietors of the j pleasant variety of honest useful trades Valley having jointly purchased it from the Iti All in Alii ii was a cheerful Little go Ernie hts fond As the Village was equal place full of kindness a arid hospitality Asly founded by each they resolved to blend every stranger who chanced tos Journ there their names and at the same time Perpetu j for1 even even a Brief season could testify ate them,�?Tb3t giving it the appropriate title it really seemed As if the True fraternal feel a of Milton Newton a a name which it bears ing existing Between the a proprietors of at he present Davv though we warn the red i Milton Newton Valley had thrown an air of Der he will not find it on any map of the goodness Over the Village a had imparted state a a i itself to every one who came in Contact with a a i 00 a of these two families it becomes our pro i them a a a a a a a Vinca More particular a to speak than of tiny j there was no wretchedness misery drunk a a i a a a f ? others of the Valley As certain events Eon 1 enness,-.or avarice in that Happy Village a nested with their history form every where cheerfulness sobriety frugality our present a a and Good Fellowship reigned. Junius Hamilton and Walter Newton were at peace with himself loved his neighbor both born on the same Day in the same j and respected the Sabbath. Act All this was the fruit of the Noble example of its. but Quot Providence out bless a j4 \ �1 a a a a a Ings out afflictions and it was ordained doubtless fora Wise purpose that the friends whose so Long run parallel in happiness should suddenly be bowed with sorrow and anguish a 0 in a a and that there should be woe in the Valley where so Long had been rejoicing. A neither Newton nor Hamilton had been i a a a a blessed with children but each with a child a the former a son the latter a a a i \ a Leach was the Pride or its parents who fondly looked Forward to. The Day when a a a i a Ltd a t a j a Faini pics who had lived in Mony might find the Ems Al yes United by other and stronger ties thar those a merely of Friend ship. A at the Date of our Story. Manlius Newton was about Twenty one and Julia Hamilton seventeen years of age. For the last four. 4 4 9 i or five years they had seen very Little of Cash other both having been kept away at school. Thev had occasionally met at Home a a during the holidays but then there was so Many friends to visit so Many to Call upon them a for they. Were Well known for Miles around and so Many Little things to see to and occupy their time that they were rarely alone children they had been partial to each other and. Had grown up warm friends but there had never any thing parsed betwee Rahem to warrant the report that they would Ever be connected by a closer tie. Still such a report had gone abroad and for the wishes of the parents on this Point were no secret and it to suppose that parental desires and family interest would bring in every respect so equal. Perhaps both Manlius and Julia looked Forward to such an Alliance when the Quot proper time should arrive but to that As it May nothing had. Ever passed Between them a a a a 4 a on the subject and neither had confirmed or contradicted the rumor7tha,t All was settled for such an event. _ a. The precise the opening o four narrative tor what has gone before we would consider merely introductory a is the Day fixed on for the return of Manlius Newton. A he had just graduated at one they were reared together a a 4 i. 0 and together grew up to Many a estate each a a a a the worn Friend of the other. In dispose a 4 a Tion they differed Only so far As nature re a a a a a a i a quires to make two distinct characters harmonise. Two persons alike do not expert in a 0 m m once that pleasure in each others society which is Felt when one finds in other peculiarities and qualifications he does not pos a t t j j cps a nature is made up in contrast and a. Piety and these Are tile aliments of the has a f a a Man mind without which it would languish and become imbecile. A a a partly by Accident and partly by design these two a friends we Cre married on the same Day and together spent their honeymoon. A both were now of age and Brid been Given a fair Start Iii the a world Quot they resolved to Settle in some new Boun try and together spent their Days. In a word they purchased the Milton new ton Valley removed taking with them some faithful do i Iii is tic Silt is not our purpose to detail the Progress of the settlement thus began. Years rolled on and the rude log Caius of Early times were without being demolished gradually converted into the Large mansions already pointed out to the Reader. And in every respect were these two mansions so much Quot alike that to see one was to see both. Both a had lawns in front running Down to the Road enclosed by palings and set out with Shade Trees. Both had Fine gardens in the rear and Orchards and farms stretching away to the enclosing Hills. F at the precise period our Story opens a and we must Date Back some thirty or forty years both Hamilton and Newton were very wealthy. Without a Legal co partnership they had Ever acted As if brie existed in the division of property. Thus they had purchased together the entire Valley and then divided Tho lands in As equity Abib a manner As was possible for them to do at the time but there was an understand ing Between them that if at any future per. Iod the one should find his division Mord valuable than that of his Friend an equivalent should it pm that Friend be rendered add it,. # 9. A this verbal agreement had been As faithfully regarded As if it had been the very letter 0 the Daw. brought other settlers to the Valley and their purchases had in a of our Northern medical colleges and had creased Tho the remaining lands j written borne thac on tie Day in question nothing unforeseen preventing he expected. Tai reach Piton Newton by4tlfetmail-Coabh, which thrice a week passed throw gb4 he i i 0 0 a a / a loge and should bring with Honra Friend a College chum who was on Jyh is Way Home to a his residence in Kentucky but Shohid con a dented to sojourn for a few Days at his fax there a House. A we Wil Bunly premise in this connection that Julia Haim ii ton Baving Fin f r j j a a f imbed her 8tudtes abroad had been a horned some three months though she and Manlius had not met for More than a year. Our pre-1 la delish de we will now forthwith writer upon our 8tory. Of a a a a 1 i to be continued the h e brews and Cras adors. Of England. A \ a a a a a by do. Filax Kolm. Translated expressly for the israelite 1 a a a chapter pc v i i . So a boys jest a child a Freak had paved / a a the Way for the Rescue of a Man for Owen now believed that those vaults which he Hadj so Long since visited were . Of Rabudal. He hurried into the , he a a found the Bush and a Hasty run heated and. With a beating heart before t Rabudal. The scene was impressive. Rabudal informed his rescuer that the women # i a a # 0 a in a a a % h a. Also been brought with him into the Castle. 4 .41 Ila then i comprehend cried Owen a boy recollected the citizens narrative a they Are not Here any More chateau rain had Quot them taken out of the Castle from the hebrews a a. I a a a these words were a Riddle for Rabudal for a a a although the. Noise of the combatants had penetrated into his prison and convinced him that extraordinary was going on still a Jossen had kept the plan for the Possession of the Castle a secret even to him lie could not even suspect what was occurring near Bim. When Owen now in a a a a / 1 in k. A a a a a a a a Quot a a formed him of the events of the last week a a % a. A. I a a f he was seized by fury and pain. He break through to tie hebrews to take part Iri their struggle he wished to Hunt up chateau rain and demand a bloody account r 90000. A a i a of Bim he spoke out in the fury of a a a a a a v f a a a j a a Ger wild and contradictory plans till his Noble nature triumphed Over the fury and his caution returned which Mado him susceptible to . A a to your friends a said he a no Way leads out of this vault but through this Iron door which your rage will not burst. Could Ope Here reach the inhabited Wing Unchin a a a. A. 4 Quot in. Dered i should Long since have taken this a a a a 4 i a a a a a Means to speak with Jossen. But what do a a a a you now want in the Castle. Your Uncle a has fallen and the handful still remaining is not to be rescued you could Only die with them. Just As certain is your destruction if you again deliver yourself up to the Knight,.for to seek him in the midst of the horde of besiegers would be nothing else a Clian to return him his captive. But if you Are lost then is also Hadassah and perhaps. My Mother. Just As you rage is it still. Could but destroy. Here it How becomes to think calmly of the Rescue of the women. Reflect if you do. Not know. Any Means yourself the Aid of your friends in London to win some great Man for you who can Force chateau rain to release Tho v 1 a. I women. A. 1 a a a a a a i a i Rabudal perceived the correctness of this advice and suddenly., he. Recollected How Earl Salisbury would to the most proper person to afford. Hui assistance. shouted exulting by at the name of the Quot Earl. %. / % a a i. A i a 41 yes a tried be a a he As and will be prepared to do so a the youths now speedily left and Owen took the precaution of looking the trap door. A a a Quot a they arrived without interruption at Tho country seat of the. Earl who. Joyfully received Rabudal and filled with gloom and displeasure at his communications immediately departed. With him to enter a Oora pain personally before the King. He met then of Arch Quot before Rouen and addressing
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