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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - December 19, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio
A a weekly periodicals devoted to the religion history and literature of the israelite. Vol. 9.�?wo. 24. Psalm 15 0.cincinnati, Ohio Friday december 19, 5923 a. Iu., 1862, a. Cd whole number 440, hallelujah Render Praise in his holy Pla a to god. In the expansion that displays his almighty Power applaud. Praise him for his deeds of might of his greatness Praise the height. Praise him with Tho trumpet s trill. Neither let the Harp to Muto on he Psaltery prove your skill. Beat the Timbrel play the flute. Praise him with the tuneful string aided by Tho Organ sing. Join to these the cymbal s chime. Wallop of god be raise a song make the sounds of Praise Sublime with the cymbal s Clanger Strong. Thon let every breathing Boul god the eternal s name extol. Hallelujah i Loudon jct us the beaut Young. Keep Tbs Boort Young never mind a Gray hair keep Tho heart Young and you la never despair hopeful Abd Young lot the old Frame decay who cares for the Shell when the jewel s away keep the heart Young with full trait in god s might to Anchor Yon safely but follow the right keep the Hea Tyoung and be merry and Gay Giro care to the winds and be cheerful alway. Keep the heart Young and be tender and True As Loving to others a they Are to you keep the heart Young Aud done to Fly in a rage of any oae mentions your Mellow old age. Keep the Avra Tyoung and lot old time appear lies la Glide on so gently you la scarce fed him near a Friend am no foe bringing peace and Delight keep lbs bean Young and Yew la always be right. Star. At Jhb door. Tom the t3ek.m an of Buek not i have knocked at the door of luxury they reached from the window a Penny to me. I be Dought love s House and knocked at the door but fifteen others had been there before. I knocked at Honor s Castle Gate weapon Only to Knightly i visited labor dwelling Low. But i lie ird there Only wailing and woe. I asked where Content month a Honse was found. But no one know the country round. But i know a House both lonely and still i la Knock there at last by Tho father s will there dwells indeed full Many a guest but there is room for Many to rest. I copyright secured according to Law Rudolph Morgenstern a tale of lore and misery by h. H. Moos. Luther if a mortar or the Pope and Hie a sgt i a chapter x. Rudolph Morgenstern was once More alone to sat pondering at his Desik. His countenance which at several tinges was Robed to innocent smiles during the Sibert stay of his Cousin grew Serener and Serener and its features so strangely quiet and motionless save it an unaccountably sad and severe aspect. There was apparently something pressing on his mind which if even in itself toot of an unpleasant character at least was of a nature to make him pensive. Ile had promised to accompany Philip to the Soiree to mix with Abe joyous and the Gay and now sorry of having done so. Jovial feasts few if any charms for him they a Ruuby depressed his spirits and made tim feel unhappy when he heard the laugh or of the wild and thoughtless and Baw the smiles of the Young and the hopeful. He a Ever Felt More solitary we May say lost ban amid a throng of Happy seeming youths to could madly throw themselves in the stretched arms of pleasure and bask in sunbeams. Isolated alike in habits and feelings from Tho being who surrounded Bim he sought in Solitude the Comfort and a to companionship essential to his existence. Kowa not misanthropic and yet to Felt at times a Peculiar sensation creeping through his Frame and chilling i heart making almost , with. Whom he came in Contact repulsive to him looking upon All re distrust Quot and. Despising them alike for their supposed heartlessness and selfishness., him the Quot whole world seemed cold and Distant and it pained him to the very Core possessed As he was of a warm and affectionate heart to have none upon whom he could lavish his affections. He Felt like a stray being who was claimed by no one loved by no one living for no one. During his infancy and boyhood his Home though a abode of peace and Harmony was far from being a Happy one. Poverty with All its attending miseries constantly before his eyes Quot were not Well calculated to Foster in him Lively and joyous temperament they left a deep and woeful impression on his Young mind. When his playmates were Gay and sporting in their innocent glee romping jumping running like the nimble Roe he thought of a Mother whom he bad left in tears of a father who sat by her Side mournfully urging the necessity of a still greater frugality in the to thought of their troubles and sorrows a of their resignation without a murmur and the poor sensitive boy pitying them grew sombre in mood and relished not the playing of his comrades. As he became older his Brothers and Sisters died who had shared with him the Joys and sorrows of his boyhood Days and to whom he was accustomed to confide his childish troubles and reveal his Little secrets. Around the Hearth of his. A Home where All had been life and stir before. It grew still and cheerless. No longer the merry sounds of children like a Euphony of heaven greeted his ear it was so quiet and noiseless that be himself abstained from speaking and had no inclination to break the All pervading silence. His Mother too would watch for hours the dim Light of the flickering fire in the Hearth without uttering a single won but Brood Over her Little loved ones gone. Gloom gloom gloom wherever he looked. Gloom upon his father s brow gloom upon his Mother s face gloom All Over the House it made him Distant and reserved and As be advanced in years he became More sensible of his lonely situation and deeply Felt his irreparable loss. He was not envious but his heart bled freely at the Joys engendered in Tho bosoms of others who could boast of Brothers and Sisters in whose midst they were honoured and encouraged and for whom they would live and toil. When he saw their affectionate caresses the interest one took in the other the support so freely tendered in time of need he shrank within himself and deplored his own sad Fate. Wherever he went he met with strangers a strangers a strangers it made him shy and bashful cold and Distant owing to these feelings he preferred Solitude to associating with beings upon whom he had no claim save that of Friendship which is at Best fickle arid fitful depending on the most trifling Vicissitudes of Fortune. Great Aud deep thoughts flashed through the reason lighted vault of his mind never to be imparted to others but to die for the want of a congenial spirit to adopt and Foster them. He possessed the Beautiful gift of nature enabling him to appreciate the Sublime and Beautiful a mind to Admire it and a heart to love it. Yes he loved the Noble and the Good and his whole soul was full of tenderness. Is it then to be wondered at that he Felt melancholy and unhappy when Tho Joys of others constantly reminded him of his own. Destitution a though he could love a fervently love yet the Bright flame of affection was doomed to consume his own heart beneath an exterior Calm cold and forbidding. For in the vast crowds he daily saw his Eye could not Espy one solitary being to whom he could Ope his a heart without Reserve for All were strangers to him and what stranger could Greet him with the warmth and attachment of a Broth j or ? Ile Felt How much he could love How How passionately if he were add fitted into an unoccupied Temple of affection which would receive the unclaimed libation of his fond heart. he had despaired of Success and had ceased to entertain a single Hope Ever to find among Mankind one who would with outstretched arms receive and love him and consequently i a heart wept in sore arid Bis a brow grew Aff rigid of Tho features Cofta mfr a Blo statue. He sought the shades of darkness the Solitude of deserted and a frequented caves to give Bis mind Sway a unlimited Sway in its pensive contemplations to mutely Converse with nature and undisturbed enjoy her manifold beauties. The romantic prospector some wild and fantastic scenery a the Beautiful landscapes tinged Golden in the last rays of the setting Sun the awful gloom of the thick pathless robber haunted Forest strengthened his Youthful imagination and filled his mind with grandeur and Sublimity. He could site for hours at the foot of some tall old Cypress tree. Through whose wide spreading Leaf encumbered branches no rays coaids penetrate and with his Mournful eyes looking into the vague and infinite space he dreamed and dreamed forgetting Earth and life. Thus alone separated from the sympathies of the world did he spend his youth. Adverse circumstances Over which he had no control shaped his character and Depres sed his spirit a embittered the Spring of his life and left a vacuity in his heart Philip Edelstein understood the cause of his Cousin s Melancholic disposition and de siring to remove it permanently he determined to introduce Bim in society where he might eventually forget his past troubles and find amusement in the company of other consequently he had insisted upon his going to the Soiree at or. William Freeman a to which he had been very politely invited. Rudolph who was still sitting at his desk pondered deeply Over the work he had just completed and was about handing Over to the mercy of an ungenerous Best of critics when the door of his room was noiselessly opened to admit two persons. They were the student s parents. Edward Morgon Stern seated himself on a Small Bench close to the window arid filling his Little earthen pipe with tobacco which he kept in an old Cigar Box looked responding by at Bis son who at his mothers approach raised his Mournful face for an instant and said. A a Mother i have promised Philip my com puny to a Soiree to night if you approve of my attending it i Shalbe More pleased to mrs. Morgenstern looked wistfully at her son and As she noticed the hectic flush on his thin Cheeks tears filled her eyes in of her offspring s suffering. A a Rudolph a she replied in a voice both Low and affectionate a a if you desire to Delight your old father and Mother you must not abstain from participating in the sports of pleasure craving youth but with a mind. A St easy and free enter the Arena where smiling combatants yield their very souls to festive mirth and to Happy challenging with your Gayety the merriest in the ring. You see we Are far far advanced in life and have # 1 none on Earth but you to Comfort us in our last Days. Of my Sony my Good Rudolph let. Us have Tea com fort let us enjoy the few hours god will yet spare us Here by knowing you prospering and Lively As you once have been and your cast Down parents Mil cease complaining and thank their maker for this invaluable Bliss. It is All they crave to be Haj it Pye do not i Pray you Rudolph do not disappoint them. Leave off taking solitary walks associate More with the world and a a a a make the very Best of your Young a8sumeamore amiable a Gayer disposition and let us see once More that you can smile my boy that you can laugh. Cease writing compositions cease writing for the press a the authors Reward however great Cam not be nor is commensurate to Bis mental labor. What Are Honor and Fame compared to health peace and Comfort. Liat a smiling delusion passing with the first Shock of Stern reality. So be less ambitious to Challenge and conquer the admiration of others and More solicitous for your own welfare and Prosperity. By nightly poring Ike some. Grey Beare i c or antiquarian Over books and manuscripts you. Have1 impaired already your Constitution too inc la cease studying my son id have some pity for your poor a old parents for if you shod lil die a and mrs. Morgenstern us Nolff it to speak further sat Down in the Comer of the room and covering Ber with a handkerchief endeavoured to hide the Many tsars which rolled Down her sunken Cheeks a Rudolph Morgenstern lifting his dreamy eyes alike toward the wasted form of Bis weeping Mother and the bored Down figure a of the silent respect commanding Silver headed old Man who was still resting on the Little wooden Bench and smoking pipe Rose slowly to his feet and with an aspect less melancholy than resigned Knelt Down before his Mother and in a Toner sad and sonorous gave vent to these words f a Mother Mother if you love your Rudolph if you would not drive him mad. Wipe away those tears. I can not Bear to see you weep a i can not Mother a l Ean . Morgenstern saw is single wrinkle on his brow but soon it passed away and she dried her tears. A a 41 now my Mother hear what i have to say continued the Pale faced student and. He gently took hold of one of Ber 44 your son has been Cmel and selfish a let % that puss Mother and forget it for hence. Forth his life shall be dedicated to his parents. He swears by the love he bears them to obey them alike in one and All. Things and will become More cheerful and. A Robe his features in smiles forget the past enjoy the present and madly reel into the arms of the future. Behold this pile of manuscripts pregnant with Ray very choices for. Thoughts a behold these papers a they Are ready for the publisher a none shall follow r on their heels to writes no More a the car Are his last fare they Well or ill. Whatever reputation he May have acquired As author must forever suffice his ambition. He is How awake to the realities of life and dreams no longer. His energies have lain. Dormant or if exerted it was in a direction a %. Both wrong and profitless. He grieves not for what is past and done for that is past and done but determines to become More politic in the future. The Bright vision of Hope has deceived him Long enough with the Promise of apollos Laurel Wreath it has dragged him from this mundane Globe and a oped to his imagination the Blue Arch of Quot heaven with a myriad beauties a twas at Blissful Region Mother Blissful but alas a a a in deceptive. But he has returned to Earth again to heed your counsel and strive to. Give no further occasion for complaint yes. 9 be has retraced his Steps from the thorny. Path which leads to a Joiy and at your bidding has renounced All Hopes and pretensions to immortality. Another so fathers happiness is the height of his ambition now. Then say you do forgive your wayward son. A my Mother his selfishness and Many trespasses and he will Awre. Cheerfully. Arad nerved in spirit enter the world As you desire him and play Well his part of fifes comedy should it even have a tragic end a. 44 no no mine1 Only son a reverently replied his. Mother 44 All will yet to Well with. You and us. A just and merciful god is a a ? t a still in heaven who will see my tears Amil hear my fervent prayers he forsakes not. Those who put their Trust in him then Why should he me and those Hove ? Lamauro a of a a a i have always obeyed my sainted parents have lived like a Good housewife and never wronged any being i know he will not forsake me in Iny old Days Quot and mrs. Mor a go Stern covered her face with her hands and Dpt aloud a. 44 Mother do not weep it maddens me Quot shrieked Tho agonized Rudolph. 111 do not know Why i most suffer Sumach a a a # 9 on Earth a she sobbed. 41 Mother Mother kill me if you will hut it do not weep �?o0, to relieve Iny Herive heart i raise unhappy j her Fiji band old and like herself slow Lay moved away from the wooden Bench a held occupied and noiselessly seated Hito Deffe beside Sis Quot weeping wife her uttered hot w single syllable the Angelus lips Edi with oppressed it Mound so Calm and peaceful face god Raff White withe Loo Silvery Looft amp few Scisi Tea amp a. A
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