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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - September 5, 1862, Cincinnati, Ohio
Periodicals devoted vol 9.�?wo. To. Cincinnati Ohio Friday. September 5, 5022, a my 1862, a a whole x tuber 426. I is a thee lord i with All my Beart Aud soul in hymns of Praise will i extol before Tho gods sing Praise to thee and Tow re thy Tompic Bend the knee thy kindness and thy truth proclaim and glorify thy name o lord i for above nil that Bear thy , Hast thou exalted far thy word. That Day whoa i appealed to Theo in kindness didst thou answer Roo Aud to Ray spirit strength afford my Sou i Joriu weakness free. Throughout the Earth shall Evory King thy praises cod eternal i sing when they with understanding Clear Tho words thy lips have uttered hear in Anthem shall they celebrate Cho Beauty of the eternal Way because Tho lord his glory Roar in Brilliant splendor shall display thou god the eternal be by High yet to the lowly draws he nigh while from Tho proud he turns away with an averted Eyo. Tho during All my Lite below i walk avoid distress and woe yet shall thy favor cause Roe fit Aud my soul reviving and thy hand shall All Ray enemies control and of their Wrath Tho fury Bleak for thy right hand sustains Ray soul an i what concerns me Wilt thou make perfect according to thy word for Over Are thy mercies lord do not Lily Handiwork forsake but timely help afford. Loudon jewish original Kovel Fok the israelite by h. By. Bigos. The author of the Mortara drama and of Many valuable poems or. H. M. Moos of Savannah tenn., has written an original and very interesting novel fur the israelite which we will begin to publish Early in september. Gentlemen who wish to possess i the whole nov should subscribe now for it he i Sua Elp snit of her preserver ? this idea became one of torture to Manlius. Hie father saw that he was agitated but attributed it to a different cause. After a few remarks his father left him to himself when he gave full vent to Hie feelings and wept in the bitterness of spirit. 14 of i that it had been my Fortune to have saved that life dearer than my own even at tile sacrifice of my own a groaned he a hut it was not so ordered and henceforth i must be miserable in knowing that she lives for another and that other to be unworthy of so Rich a prize a at length Manlius started up quickly with the resolve that he would see Julia without delay. He hurried from the House toward the \ hinge Anil finding no other Means of crossing the Srill roaring flood lie plunged in. And after much Effort succeeded in gaining the other Shore perfectly exhausted besting himself for a moment he set off dripping with water for the residence of or. Alexander. He found a group of some dozen persons in front of the dwelling Dis cussing the late exciting events and just As he came up heard the name of English gird Tiona in terms of the highest Epcot in urn. A a Why or Newton a said the same speaker glancing at his dripping garments 4it seems you have been taking a Bath Al i Mieton be Vav ton a modern tale of circumstantial evidence. In ii. To a a h i s a it chapter i. I Turi i Ling incidents. J concluded from no. A As for Manlius he repaired to his private chamber locked himself in hid room and gave Way to unrestrained grief. Now he j would throw himself on the bed As if under going the agonies of mortal convulsions now he would Start up suddenly and Pace the floor with rapid strides wringing his hands and now lie would sink himself heavily upon a seat and leaning his head upon his breast clasp his temples and Ever and1 anon exclaiming with a groan 41 poor dear Julia i and i parted from thee in anger in How Many on Reading this will recall some dear Friend from whom they parted in Vij anger or coldness which parting death in a expect edly made a final one. It is not Well Reader to part from a Friend in anger. I the Sun was More than half Way to r Meridian when or. Newton rapped at door of the room occupied by Manlius sex i claiming a i a Joyful news my Sony Julia Lish Are with one hound Manlius reached the door and the next moment stood confronting his father Pale Haggard trembling with an expression of a Hope and fear blended on his countenance. 44 do i hear aright a he gasped. 44 yes Manlius yes thank god they Are saved Quot 4 thank god indeed i a returned Manlius solemnly and sinking Down upon his Knees he offered a silent tribute of thanksgiving to the most High. 14now Tell me father the particulars Quot he said As lie Rose to his feet. Ltd Why l hardly know any particulars answered Tho Oiler 14 but it apis pears from what i could learn that on Fina Jing the Bridge giving Way Eugene clasped Julia around the Waist with one Arm and the railing with the other and so they were born Down the Stream 6ome. Three or four Miles she barely kept from drowning by his almost superhuman efforts when providentially they lodged against some Bushes when he succeeded in getting and dragging her in an unconscious state after him. As both were too weak to walk they remained on the Bank of the Stream All Highland were found this morning in a rather precarious situation. They have been brought Back and Are now at or. Alexanders. There is much rejoicing and All Are loud in their praises of or. a. A Pang shot through the heart of Manlius. He rejoiced that Julia was saved but he could not avoid Tho regret that Bhe owed her life to English. Though living he Felt her henceforth dead to him for though Ever 80 much opposed to the advances of English and he had to learn that she was opposed to them How could she resist the so. 44 but i Lune saved nobody a life a replied Manlius almost bitterly As he passed on into the Heinie which he found very much crowded mostly by ladies Many who were still dressed As a Rue parti having remained up All night under ton much excitement to think of their person Iii appearance. On inquiring in or Julia Manlius was informed that be a now asleep and that the physician had Given strict orders not to have her disturbed. 4 but your Friend or. English is Iii a condition to see you a it Iii or. Alexander coining up to Manlius Manlius would have declined seeing him Only that he feared such a proceeding would be too pointed and elicit inquiry Asro Hie cause for a yet it was not known liar Eugene and himself were not on the same Friendly term they had Ever been. Pc it a he was shown to or. English s Ropius by or. Alexander who immediately retired leaving the Young men to themselves. Manlius found English enveloped in a dressing gown of the hosts sitting on the Side of Hie bed from which he had just risen and sipping a Glass of port wine Negus. Advancing to him with a rather embarrassed air Manlius held out his hand but eur Gene was Busy sipping Ine Aud appeared not to see it. A i have culled to congratulate you on your providential escape from a horrible death a Manlius said hardly Able to suppress the indignant a which the Cool deliberate insult of tile other awakened a a a yes we had a very narrow escape of it a replied English with a nonchalance taking another sip at the wine Glass. A perhaps i intrude in said Manlius biting his lip with vexation. 44 of no not at Alf a replied the other in a tone of cutting indifference. 41 no my physician has not forbidden me to see any one though i believe Julia is not so fortunate. Poor Julia i Only for her sufferings it had been a Happy night for me. Do you not wish Nae Joy or. Newton a 44 no a said Manlius 441 do not. I will be Frank and not let my Tongue lie to my heart. Or. English i once called you my Friend i eau do so no 4 Oas you please a answered the other with perfect composure�?44 it is a matter of no importance to me. I will Send for my Luggage i suppose you do not intend to a keep that ? a in he face of Manlius flushed Bis hands clenched his eyes flashed and for a moment be seemed As if he could strike his insulted to his feet. But he choked Down his anger Roas to speak distinctly and replied in a Low tremulous tone a emr. English i see it is your intention to insult me beyond forgiveness you have already done so but i do not wish to have an open quarrel with you and therefore i curb my temper and passions but beware you do not go too a a a thank you for the timely caution. By. The by if you will make out my Bill i will Settle it and change my 14 Well then a Manlius replied 44 the first item is about two Hundred dollars borrowed Money v. 41a h i yes i remember it have you got my note a 44 your note i no i do you take me to Boa paltry usurer a i a to very Well. I never pay anything but. Notes. A a swindling scoundrels Seldom do in re joined 44 Hal that language to me sir a cried English beginning to show some excitement for the first time. A. 44 if the coat fits you Are at Liberty to Wear it a replied Manlius. 44 you Are quite bold knowing me to be an a were you no tone you would find me still bolder. But i did not come to quarrel a so i will take my a a Good morning a said Eugene carelessly. 441 Ain sorry to have put you to so much inconvenience hut we had no idea the Bridge would be carried away for dear Julia and i were in such Earnest conversation that we never once looked at the water. She regretted much that you should be offended because she happened co prefer my company to yours and to say the truth i regretted you were so in Lor Tun a a that a a lie i a cried Manlius clenching his fist. �?~4 sir a replied English colouring 44 there is but one Way to atone for that expression. I Trust you will give me honorable Satis fac turn. A if you have reference to a Duel Isay no duelling is against my principles a was the answer. A fall cowards say the same a was the cutting rejoinder of English. 4 i Ani no Coward or. English As you May find to your Cost if you should push Jour insults too a then select your Friend without any More a no i will 44 then you must apologize and that too in the of a a in far from that i throw it Back i your Teeth that you Are a false treacherous common swindler and further that you Are no engine sprang from the bed with the evident intention of striking Manlius but at this mom door opened and or. Alexan Der entered. Manlius taking advantage of the interruption went out Eugene calling Ait Ltd him a a a anther time will do to Settle that matter almost beside himself with made his Way Home and when an hour later his Mother went to his room she found ii i Iii Labouring under a severe attack of fever and wildly delirious. Chapter Vii. A blow and what followed. Fur More than a week the life of Manlius Newton was despaired of and it was couple of weeks More Ere he was Able to quit the House for a Short walk. Meantime Eugene had removed to Tycho tel. And continued to Call on Julia daily at her larkers House a where he had managed to income a favorite. His heroic conduct As it Vas termed in saving Julia a life had Given him a Strong claim and he determined to improve it. Julia herself believing that Manlius cared nothing for her had Hogan to regard him As a suitor and though she might not love him she frankly acknowledged that he stood High in her esteem. I be True character of Eugene was known Only to a Manlius Newton and during the sickness of tile latter he had so ingratiate himself with the villagers that it a Tild have been no easy matter to convince them he was other than he seemed. He made no mention of the quarrels it gave As reason for changing his quarters that he did not wish to intrude upon the hospitality of the newtons while his dear Friend Lay so badly ill. A on the second Day of his leaving the House. Manlius Rode Down to the Village. Several persons among them English stood on the Piazza of the inn As he drove up. All came Forward to congratulate him on Bis recovery. And among the e Foremost was Eugene him it Olf. As the latter held out his hand Manlius in a severe tone said 44 henceforth sir we must be As strangers to each Eugene appeared to be shocked at this rudeness and insult while the bystanders really were. 4�?~ or. Newton a said English with offended dignity 441 must ask an explanation of your singular 44 you have it already in your hypocritical heart a replied Manlius then addressing the others 11 this Man a ,44 whom i once called Friend there publicly denounce As a Wolf in sheep a clothing a base and unprincipled villain who will sacrifice Friendship for self and will stoop to any meanness to. Accomplish his a English appeared to to seized with violent rage and springing to Manlius Ere any one could interfere struck him exclaiming. W .44take that. And if you Are no Coward resent it i Quot a a. Had not the. By standers interfered there is no telling what would have been the consequences for Manlius was excited to a Point of madness and weak As he was it took two men to hold him. A. A a a blow i a be shouted a that stigma can Only be effaced by blood he shall pay dearly for this in it was at least an hour Ere Manlius Quot a in any degree became tranquil and his fast words to those who had interfered Between him and Eugene As he the Point of being driven Home were a gentlemen you have prevented me from chastising a villain now but we shall meet again Aad then let him on reaching Home he repaired to his own room and did not leave it again that Day. He refused to eat and went to bed fasting but not to sleep. No i he Lay Iacre a thought and wrestled with the Demon that bad entered his soul. Next morning before any one was astir he arose feverish and Haggard and went Forth directing his Steps toward the Village. As he passed the dwelling of the Hun a tons he looked up and As Chance or Fate would have it saw the face of Julia atone of the upper bowed a recognition and beckoned to him. Heretic red her Salute coldly and haughtily and seemed about to pass on but stopped moment and then turned his Steps toward the mansion. Julia met him at the door and seemed much agitated. �?~4 i have much wished to see you of Lute Manlius a she said in a tremulous tone 44 but you appear to avoid me. Except in the presence of others i have not had a moments conversation with you since the second night before the Accident of the the Bridge. Why is this Manlius ? a 441 did not know that you wished to see me alone a he replied 44 and you Are aware that i have been much confined to my bed since then by 44 of yes you have been very ill Manlius but thank god you Are still living. But you look very Pale yet i fear you Are far from being Well come in and rest awhile and let us. Talk As of 44 no Julia that can not be a returned Manlius sadly a he entered the parlor and took a seat at the open window. 44 and Why not a inquired Julia. A did you but know what i have suffered in thinking you angry with me i know you would not continue so 141 am not angry Julia a replied Manlius i am not so cruel but we Are changed we Are no longer what we were and Cherej fore we can not meet As in the Days that Are past 44 and Why Are we changed Manlius ? it is of that i wish to speak. I feel toward you the warm sincere Friendship of a sister and i would have you regard me As such since ii i i she paused and Tho color mounted to her face for she Felt that she was on the Point of venturing an expression that might be misconstrued. A 1 a 44 since you Are enga. De to another a said be tartly. A a a a a a 44 no Manlius i am not engaged to. 44 Well you Are going to be then it is All the a 14 nay no about to you Al a Lude to or. English but a a name him Notin my presence a said he Flushing with indignation 41 and let me charge you to beware of him for he is a villain and i have denounced Bim a such.�?�. �?~4 yes so i 44 who told you about it a demanded Manlius quickly v i 44 Why a she replied with hesitation a a he was Here himself last night and be seemed i to be that a 44 no More a said Manlius rising �?~11 you can not entertain him at night and the u ent stay be moment let us come to a on understanding. Why do you feel so bitterly toward him he says he knows no reason for it and deeply regrets that your in temperate language led him to lift his hand against you and being blinded by passion j he knew not what he was a 4�?~saving your presence Julia Quot returned Manlius 44 Eugene englishes a liar Anvil i lain of the deepest Dye. He hates me now 1 with the malignancy of a fiend but he puts. On a show of Friendship that i May appear the aggressor. Heed my warning or you will regret it he already looks upon you As his betrothed.�?�. A indeed Manlius. Who told you this a t it i Quot <4 he As Good As told 44 when a. A the morning after your escape from drowning. Did he Ever mention to Yon the intern View a a a a a a View it yes and he said you parted on the drano St Friendly yet it and you believed Bim a a Lidid for j never had reason to doubt . It \ Julia have you any reason for do Abtin mine?.�?�. # a a a no Manlius what a singular question a said Julia Iii Surprise. A a a a ,4t were i to deny what Fie would you believe a a a you Manlius fori never heard you utter an tin truth a /. A i. / / 4 to grossly insulted. Me As i heaven is my witness a w6 quarrelled a he1 challenged me said whom
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