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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - February 26, 1850, Angelica, New York                                 fíJO ANI CHAI  L  Ijçanc*, r ^ to aftbr- í fper dbcon'  tUemen^ Itettísrs postage pi  •JOB -cotedoft« írm«'* , .  TÍRí-jr.  íis. líou  ÍTaYLORJ  Is of »he I eps^rcil ~ Silin}? sat  rfiii to \  PiUroiis c hr'lior.îP ■  , fcvy  DINO. 'You V  on  •b^gga! ■  end to «s hblc serv iansvillcj;  n.-A ose, to . ntry.  FK  B?  Ih Si Hb  l-ffCll (1  Irery bf itea'son  Á  ÍJ. '  no\u lofiiC'i'  hvait  I'd  ichbi  «IE  ¡jiim, febles  rer,; fili cut rdlQ  roçc Al  sriif/  mw  'Eorrtn AND pübushkd WEEKLY BV GHAHLKS HORTON.  TiBMS.—f l^^'^AiR, «er ani>um,.p«yaMie tn aiUniüc«, J|5,(M) wlthin tbe yetti and $2,50 Rt th« explratiba pf tft« yeav.  No paper di^coutimird until all orrcaragc aro paid, uulcss at »he optioa of tho pub-■■ tütier.;' :  A ivTsitisewent"? inscrti'J at tlie u^ual rafp?. j Artl,«tt?ii. r>A'..iresso<i to the e(UK>r itiust'  Cime pcstal^e pr,ia, to ineurc attention  . "J ö TÎ PRINT  ß-fiCi.'!'--! 0Î1 -/ii^rt ¡.»/liv; Ah!«' tñrmi  l Ii ' G.  'i r"i rf iiSOtV*  ANGELÍCA, ALLEGA^V CO. I^íj^^v^'^^I^X,^^ 26^.1850.  AMERICA zY HO TEL.  tlKV'V T3Y  JÍ. A, CÍÍASE, ipp  FARM FOR Wlíttle  THK Subscriber offers for sale¡TvVo little rGiiijh.worn,„stulibed shoes, his Farm, Pit'iato ón the SÍutoi A plump, well-trmldL'n pair;  '■ " V ....................Lifijuat beside my chair.  Oí every hoiTifcly frtUf ic llie}',  in'n'^in-Mlil^^^^^^^ BuillUllgá ^^ t-JCil taO,  , nl^'fuil 'to pleaS^^^^^^ .l>o_p!ace\.ro ^ ^ They m.,ht have cost, when they wore  wsHtiitrC «ci^Uír tiio «tAy oí , I}ti'iíf!hu¡ J^ ' "-'v.......  m Patroti« comúnUiblc aiul happv. UvUh- the nsual' ont--ho»i5cs-, &c. 'fíiorc is' Some fifty rents cr .so.  •I he l!o-,|5e 13 t!.e centre ol husmas : Orcl.uriíin- and Fr.iit Tree., upa., i  and bul a ¡cav ¡rom (líe Pack" Boat , premises to ser^o the occnanís. If is, And yet. ll.i.í Hlfe >,vora out pair. LvKnuvQ. All the St.^ies start Iro.n said i ^J-ery.respect a desirable Prf.perfy, we!! ! I, ,¡,,1,,, far to ,ri<>.  (o ti:'.; Dairy I'jr,;itieí:s, Wool-gmw '  ? .cr ..JSícdiii"»» !a|£/.:s.„ -U,. lyiiiu-j ij.-'. ice  Hcu.'t'.' *  .• Yüíj will find a Carriaje itr  ____r.........Bcais. iO ......  c>;,iV j'O'i to ;'',î V ¡''■cm sr^id Hûh -î" írao oí fìiiìri'ó. A!.-ío tin.-iU" Porfprs to Íí.re cnre r,í  Tliaii 'of  l'I the j:\vve!lci' aslcrn Inxnry.  ila h a t.e  iViVDf.« vcu îîici  Firr Tíini.'.', i ti <tu'l Fif'tj Sherp,  JO »«.••ipjòt-jJ.v.i ly y  s no\V ili n !•.,  u.iic!! Will  oi;  dealer.^i .s.-iv' it Lîtr-  ri. u.—A IÎOUST, to JC!  Lívf.uv to '-a  rt c,i '!  1 ,  and con.-;i.d' rabie othei S!o b.-? fold vviüi lf(>.Iv\im if dcs-i-.-i'. Tci o!" re»sotiublc^. jiad ¡.i-iiRe  ••-isai oF p li î " Üii- r-Tir'-Vri.-^  ir (!rsi;T(|—to be tcri'.ii'"! !;v l^oii  ' iiUVCli: KAHR  All..'ii, J nuiary I, oHii-,.-)  Tiii^ innillcil  ¡ 1- -itiP, IM llr  ■ ■["¡¡(•■•■(^ ¡¡'.tic !ari  '.her, cia'.'ked wiiii ^¡^e, .-Il 1.1  iitilîons sbine  ) ' i'.iì'.  thornR—coulii 6!>c expect to vcap flower»: thereJrnm ? Of whom could t-hc coin-plai.v? Her lover had lie not alveauy POi'.t her fail in her highest duties and obligations, and could sfie accuse-Z/iOT of unfaiib-f-.ilnees in these lighter ones? A new source of anit;t5'' Imd arisin aliiV a»<8us<'t] one of her strongest passion?, ilcr iover l.ad ahnost ron.'-tantly of late reque.'ited of Kmi!y 1 hlittlo peTPon^ services which had been jser ^pleasure to perioim, anil in^iarious Ways had esiab-1 ished an iIimacywitiLher whicji a 1 ;umed Mrs; Gastooe. She trembled for ille yonaq and tnrs!ispf!Ci).ai5-girl.;-fuid Jiolhiivj^-'bn( IviiiiyN most charming and cbi,k!-like it^anciice, pievi-nieil her from yieiuin^ to jail the r.^adik-uiiiQf fires of j<'alo)isy. .She Mii'Wevir dcf idt.'d upon sen ling her away  your uporrt and your hcMft ü<»aiiifti tn»  fWlIOLlî NO. 66a. ¿_■ >  «ÌQ . thre$iB(.qt|it Uhml dUcoutití uiH,j>i>irfd» en ib« ¿in bove ...cttle fm- i« wívaíí««,  l>caì adVertiîemtnts iti»ert«i «t Sitia?«  ^rieüi..  di'UTiit.n^a thai ai ftU e-;tm h^r woik laUesuiasea;^^ 1 not your lovo but j vents he. h«,baud not po la tUe.«.i garment. At la.t' the abaen« of th«  >on. p, th.it, iorr have often place of her late abode Jmd trmbled ksl iilver was ditjcovereti-  UTn very wretched.' j Dr. Boyd should by eome means prevent I 'Blootl and tlinnder !' axc'.aimcd he.—  'You wtcjrbed: ho e.vc'aimeJ, "rising i iheir departure, but he was usuaüy absent 'She has indeed left mc; vhs for wJi »« 1  and booking her in the face, 'VeP, I see i at tlii's htmr, she. hoped fnr Ahe.. .hc«t ~ it ynti ure paie-.-ha{rjiod, and those eyes i inronsiiitanl woman ! even with  that I fso 'doated on nro f-unlcrn. 0 yes. :'he tear:, the poweriul a^it^^ion, the ul-  iji'Iv'-T'e for her  'mw  HOTEL,  A.CILVRLF.i^,  A 'iV.'.' Pitri'i AnqciiCCi .V. V.  Knii'i li.i, II i'.--l)..r;l. .;!.(i in'ii;ii ¡  b'-il Mie eai.'iill v' ail, i J.;, ai.ii ch;;; -  !!.' r  V. AN'!^ Lor FOR SAM'. THF. Suh'-iM-üií^r (lü'.Ts for Vi'iy losv the ¡l.-jirrennt! lot i ow LCCUj-ird jiy li!!!), -.itiKiie t vo (Ic.oi-s oí!])'' 'l'i'i.'",; ■■•r.",""  on Tviuin Sfregi ia !lii.- m;.'!  ■i'.irertly 7)Tp".4Í.t? Iv." îhihiu.-r- Prrntinír f-f-  'i'i-f ha.'i bo.Mi put in i oiujilrti-  n'>p.;ir. 'i'iir.io wliij lif .-i'U; fo j) ;rcli..i<!>, iii> rrif.i'Ctl'i.i'}- solii-itvil U) cull and f'xaiiii.'i.i  .•>)'.';ur,a Í Von ¡ait,'  • liUii i.tit liii'l un- ;i)('io, } 111,'. Ir, so ru,;cly wruught, 1 1 a ¡>;iir.  A'vd why ? ilu'v I'.'ll of her  Anw ^(H.'lìd asKcj) above,  lorin in nxn illij beauty, and lieaii i.- bi-'Hiini; love.     iil-z:^.          J. C .    r. .A x ^                r- K-i-ìt^v --i;- u-    1 »V -',' 1 re          '. 1 ; ' ,■•,..;'.'.,-.      io!'- ■    '.,1 r- ' Mi  bé Î.C      P ;. '. ' .- • ' 11 ■ • '' IÍ    ;"'tne.:r"iV"': -iTe,'      -.1 -M ' - .    .1. c;. .V r.\          : : ¡> ¡.'.                i.piHi' M:H    iiio-t I      -li iiiiJ e.:ri          i r i.vn. lo ,'    ; ! : ' i'; :v; A-      ' 1 (') ' ! !.) 1 " •• 1. 1 - ! '    ......., , ] j., t . -,. - '      ve::!" 1 .r    1 ..-il      p:,- ....,,!(,(    . :■ i.l, -1 IM -,,r :'      «yoi .1 1.. V    1 ,,-,' :■ 1 : 1 ì. ''     .N ^^  ,.,ì i,  A Lí>  S  ■■irr.ü'^r n:i (be ¡•UiniAN.  D.'c  i'iicy íL'il m:: of lu'r merry Ilei iich, wimie-bearied irlee ; 'ìj'ì'Her (-ji'MiiciK'Fri, li' r innocence, ¡ An'l iniaiit purity.  -.'tl  NOTICE.  '-teil (oîiif! s^ib'icrib.M-; I hey teli nie tii.'it her wavcrin;; step-s  my aid ; ,  II Iii • ir í.l .,.,iv .'.f ■ T'i". It'll i.oxt. - 'i'^" fid ro.id f)f human lif'î toìu'J v.iíl roí-t. _ j l.^ verv roü-rblv btid.  V. .■\íví';írii'irK. I ' . " "  I í'hgh IiÜIT and.  vr^.iíi? in 'iI'm", Hoo í:l('tl il) C  .N ^^  .•a, ,T:r,!.?rv 13.  1 C. herctu  IsVj; ¡-ü^' V. eoii Inincaii ¿  .(..■) 7  TO  ■ l ¡I  .■.lape.s  .(•I '.lak Í-t¡- n¡x d:>v . .; ,Thtí ac-.!r ìli Uli .1 !):;:'raii tei  .1 e ¡'rN(;,\N.  DAVID yi\V[L>.  Ili'.'lira Sjv. IJ, Ib«3 i"::  oivei'l 1 iillf : Tl.y iicbi.  li.  li'n le. mali'  -5-in i^ij'.' '-nr^nj pr'... ai.d a substitute for herì^, Willi these ilu! w.ii-dro'if 'if the wor^d , ! thounbts tlio ni^^ht pap^-^e'.) "s'owly away ;  ::he was too wretched to sleep.  f.nti! the I'e.Kt oveninc; D;. Boyd relurneil hi;rli'y excited and evidenlly haviu;ç drank to t.\ci;s.-;. lío had recovered his spirit,-and dii-.playeii %vilh-childifh euí^eriiess and 1 ri u m pli -the money, he bad won at play.  'I believe I was very harsh Io you, Ht-I-!a," he paid ; 'Ule, and cspcially true Ir.vc never runs eriiooth — theriî must tie jars, you know ; won't mind it, will you Hella .'" a/1.i he snui^lit lo Iahe her hand and bestow u¡)on iii r those caresses to which he iiail toiini'ily accustomed hei- Vor the first time she iiivoluiiiariiy f^I-'fiiik from them. Sili» riMild forgive hiai. bul could not easily remove ìlio iifijires-sio'i ,.li;fi by his-bru-tai vioieiic:'. í^die V  tioji —that there shall bo no new reiiewa! ol illese sceiics ' , , ^  'Oh, c'tlainly not--cei!ainIy not,' lu: rephtd,'but tell me, my sweet lîella, are you-never lonely when I am gone.''  'At time.^; I then l.on.i.; for some one be-  you must have been miserable f»t>w (hat paj's fnrTi'f. '  /did'somelimes fancy you might suffer, hut then I thon<rht that you were so br.p-py, you iyculJ for;;«,! m»-and our Leon, who has walked ,'tiany whole days with  melii'sTarciiAVr" yoir........................s  You will in; h.avii us »¡^ain. Bella-." Tiin you iii,!ep<| pardon and receiv.-m.f! she ii-kod Ml a Mibducd and humb'r ivoicc.  Come ' ieatuie.'; of her husband iiefore her— ai! of which VeVCUled - lUiiVuiiibeted hf'urs "f anguish—she slill thought of her lover ? and wished that she had gent a line to giv-e ihe cause of hec absence. She was conscious of a slrange,unaccounlabn seasation  l)ave darcíl 80 much and laborcd r  Bhe for whórh í hávép'ayed ihe hypoCrite-Yes, !hal Í3 ihc vvprptof it. í, wholhetr myseíf to be so vilc-^-PO ilegradec' a yU* TáTíT, iráveln hcr "prláencc alU'Cteti goc^« ncps Pítarly atiRclic, did it- rea'lj W hat a fool I hate been to hí^jit her fo? hours, áiyd aftd nlghU I lítght hay« known tbat rIk: who oii¿« dceetteU a bos-  seiiC''. She waá infatualed  Why feared she now, on whom his love .be^'.owc  'Catheiine meanwhile tonti her daughter  :VJ Ì t- 1 ! t' i- C VÍ ■ a bíVÜ li q -,  "......t "'"Atiit on si> lu.ic a way  e:;-| that ca'i; v.-ar tiieso covt'i \\ oui'.! suiciv aiiir-.v.  l e mine '.he ta.<;U p- 1.) I..M1.Ì ; ill y c/;u;.,'.rlior, a,Ml V fiiciui  e .-.UtiV." í TttiTy, many tViin^s 'Í her ihni sha r^ii^hl -caaviffu  '.Speak iif; W!:a!, ti' m.  bam! CO'.!',i I c'':is'i i -^uiîIl' coiiKl [ -u ii'i Wlnise love coii!il 1 \ ou are aWa v ■ ' >'i  ui p.iriion—not of jriiili' — i.f iiif withou'. vou-r Whos."  in iniac. I'or u lio,-^.-va'I Ml .'icver be weary .' — .'iMn my own, when Ic.'ive P'l! re-  f tciitf iir riMno-.^ij^ Emil^y fraiH- hi^ pfe»- dian<t-a!ul tlvtld,- wwlu IStvvQ^tn^'Jn turn.  And now let me calculate. IVodciabt, ^Í8■^ turbed by my harehness ami coldntss for some weeks past, sho has, during my ab-sciice admitted some other lover, ßettii ^lid coufusioii! YeSj ai^ .ej^iij. may he ttiumpliing over me, cheated man. But I will fefk ier ouL-«^' Yes, ever.' from the grasp i>f her furip^a husband will I force her. and dearly sball she pay for ibis act. 1 have loyedjier bet- , ler than t ever loved any one, and as well  with lipr freely. Shu learned that Emily liai often licen care.ssed bvDi'. Boyd in nb^•ce•nce from the room' of a child was ,■1,1., ir^iir'ii n'tcichc'.! î.'i ';.'..). I'h'íi.k (^„ul 1 jn>tjn (ime to üave my  Vi II were wont aH'l •^halt be foii^otten —  tUMi tr. n.y niii:-: thi-i wn-tclicil year lîut, Bella whtViî IS lili —;ry rir,cio!i> cliiltl'? Tell me quickly, fc.'r I nni^^'t ilv te her '  'You shall kr.p-.v r,ii,' s!ie rvjilied in a tone wliich sh.! in vain strnVe to render raiiTi, 'but (i.-pt tel! mi', is Catherine -.vith you f  •Yes, siie world not be sepmaled /rrm f.eoti— liu; why.'  'Faithtul exciaiaied iiri Ga,-:-  chilii : she t.vclaiined, again embracing ., ^  I.er. -We uni oe no mote i.urteJ,' ^nd ^^ ^ aoi capable of Joving—but nowr-all  'ear.< started ailesh at the stiW of trials  is chaogcàïl-. Henceforth-Mtbe^irest bate^-  uige me on. Once mor!> in mjr pow^eF» sbs  ,1 ■ ' ber wro.ir- ia the hnuse of ber àVinl , ,, , - .  Thaï niKht, a. bad been long ago. ber i^ef that sbeluistransgrcied.: imH cu^tntri, .Mrs, Gastone ra! by the bedside ^I^^w no mercy. The cbrld i care not for; of ber sieeping childrcn, She wasfor f/ir incumb.ancc, but Bella,  n.ir, tiuly penit.-i,i, and her bear» „|p,i il^'-H'-». hewarc ! No power Phall è'aiold j ou Ìor the injuies she had inf icted. Her bus-band carne and diew ber u'.vay, for in; wa> unwilling that sho'd Icave hifl près enee cvcn a tnonuiu. Had ber life btèn one conslam scnne of the ir.ost e.xaltcd  tone, 'hilf I ni>i-.t .s u' ìior. Wi'l yofr. ciii'TViiiluv—a cuniinued series ö( liobic. .<ÌeeilS lief aiïd yciit -ghn,'! hc-Tr w hat i Wfsb ícTfoi' of siiiK^^  ay  •B.il my cliil he, I clap--.again ■!. r; iv:- i •Oh iTiy Cr;,,| i:-;iineiii. I  I have been more kindly aiTectionate. lie .1 1 n,y .su-.M-t iiii :' <!.j;r r.n-1 held her hands in iiis own, leaned bi.^ bead .'>5 iiitii st.'iness. "Do not I upon her Rhouldcr, and seerned like one lie. Bella ' I after a lolig and wearisome, jourricy .seek-  |i!!' lili.'  A-  1) THAI':?.  /Î "..SII 1  (3 ,'.■{,  iClliy Sr.  1! .\'I  .1, hv  ...  la'l-n;  VT • il  Al)  Groceries. 1 cc Pi ov iiion-  ' n [•- 1, ÚT .  I .O'A:  .'Î-L./.  O.  !! CO.  i-J AÍNS • ..; ¡1,; AM.i:';.-  to G,Oi; '  lJi)-.v:'!iU, i  Í » IVer aiid Sack j  : 1-c -vi.J. -'Ü.l-Í  :tll  î"y tí/'.leiii.n  Md.- mi'. ïiu whom to lavish the luve tha'jiba' if you llifiüs my son', and to whtuu to commuai j.>i()ie 'p' in cate ;be ten ihoui-aiid íli!..iiirÍ!;,s thai Coii-, ti,,'le ; ci .s!ar;!ly fiit acro:>s my I)ra;;;--:n siioit, you . -K;,! kiicw noi h(.!vv #.inrí.rt4y| -lesir-e y-aui pi-f^ • î ' eiir'.'. Vf.ir know tlr.it by rhariuL: vom l . ■'^i; life, 1 hav'C' reni;«ved nn.'seif finm a'l oth": j.. , ,,  r-.i'!:  le.M  W íi V T il p  Al l i y ii, «J L' 1 El 5  U '  .AÍ A N rr 11 .A 1 A \ N A A. H-S  -MK ■  j f f Í P a s s i 0 b V  -p;'-? O ;  (.luv-.  Il C  'î; ii- tiue," „lie re¡ili(-d i,u .'Ui acceat oi ivf i'-i'ei'^;iud self-reproacb ; tor ho really  I. !p:>VÍ" J-,,11  .'eary uf yoïu  m-tsioïKlie M'';  '.(.'V  An::elÎÂi. .Í.  Sii"K  W..  wi^I'-'i'l for  ¡00 much , y nu will t^l-ow Hîe Wllh nVM'  '.Nevci'" e.\c¡;".i¡iit-ii iiie  a;;..:, be; ' ■ \ <".>,,;( iil.irii  '.ipuM Iii;-.!. 'iií'Ve-, "A ■, 1 1 - 'V' li ¡ ¡e ■, ' !vi V J >", > 1..- ■■. l-e, 1 e,;!;;- t '  -ill I , f'.ir wciks iv'i\v!y  1 0 1.- (," ..........!.. c'^-V'  ■¡or,!,'ed ,1:  .~!l j.V COul  '. -N i . 1 .  • ( n.  C'j'!  Mia, rhi  -o---  ('■J  Ii  4 I ! tí r u .  Iii  •M Vi Id' íi) I i V I I ! '  • ••I :»• -  ,ll .si  .: . 11.  Mrs. (îa--!  tile fi:  — W i- .À^r,''  Wt  v/iíi  ■'A Ti,- H  ?V  .......o^sM  ■-rt^-h  li r.î.  MAI/fíLE WORKS.  V  .M,:: ti.i;  Si,,lies, ;>:üuulircrrt:  ca., I'.- ■ . • -, :. nrM  ou  bu; ' u , ii^s 1, ! ■. ; : aliir'sl any ' tii.l! Ills piili- ' ii.i.'ifí Suiníaet.  t U,H):¡ uil ",vli;  ! I -J V t  - hou  li i e a m  '.01 y l'î  ■ai  l'b ;lial '•i!'  in , e.; e: ■ > c.i:i..i  ■ '. e ,!•' ' I  wea  \\ I. •  iiM  t;) fi.WI  ave ;'íie '¡-e.  1- I  Fr\i-:  lUTSia.í, FT' 11, )  iVf.î-:  l'r)!.LAj<S i{!:WAK!>.  uay,  .va^-ked ií>í-itrrefy -■hroîïjijh 'n teti^ • '',''ii:i -i 1;.') J^íJ . iter ií ui e  ly lai-Lbi^liIaH LliI.  ■Ii'itiItj'.'r. .Vibrine .' ."i-t wiiai oueeivis: i ,1 be a;i-i;i-ulí, ¡ia-;iS.y tiirn'Mi Tiieíi : •y tí s m-1., and.7-.-'My wi.'i!—rnv iiasl.aa'!,' i ■ Iii-; :.onì ihr .i iip- i''c.r ali u;.-..;a:il bo;¡;| .vcie cnnijiîeïely ;-.!i<i>i lie I ; then diawln^ i lèraïnibis u^i¡7!!0 saîTITrrniy, 'Vi^i do hol Lave -:ne nirai;!, ¡md j); tei'.i II - li.oan!  \ ,iV, but itaútii^ iter y til Iiis ewn roo" and :!i!' lo:;r-rist:, .'-il bui-.; i\i,;:;, M i'S'i /;.■//,; Mf.-, tlH-OVe-i  Uliüi'u.ii  ne 1 m ' '  tjae"! il niV  ■ .'l-s.- I'M I  in.rt ,'L?; il lo tak = p'; " i .illicnii'-'  rhi Ml ' n-Mi'i. ly ,it ill,5  iiiy true pun■ ¡ mie: re[in,<ic in the friendship of Iiis only  .-■.W-;.: i:) you füend.  îMi", I will rv- ; '.-^.linan,' whispered she in a low, ììweet I a' the same , V(iic'\'a.^.'^ure me on<ce more that you do ¡¡1 li -.vmI ^oirii wholly ioi^ive me. Am I ihc same to you l,;!ve c,)m:rii'-I as brl'oie -ri wife"'  ; Mît I'.a. my own Uelfa, why do-yau «peak 'he; -i.'i!-r'ii\, : of it A'ou have f nod, lurt you !¡ave suf-b 1 .•.¡'iieaM'.l, '!M*'Î lo',» A'l is f<-iriri>iti n. K.iitb oon tail's for m^ i^o gri-iiier Ire.i-ure than your sell' ' The le-iinioi) wai cor.secrateri by a ctivili'al embrace and mutuary flowing  ■ 'r-'i-,- , . ............  ; When Cailioiino went to Ihe late tesi-' ileact! rt .Mr-i. ('ìastt>ne lor tbo rhUdren, the I iadv ha.I rciiui'.sted her to take a basket C lib.'- , .1' ' ng .Mvay tbo remaintlcr of the silver : ¡ila'e, g'VMii; direction«' whe;c to îind it — Bill 1 do' A'lien ibe eoi'.l'ü.-^ioo âiteiidiii.; (heirreturii : lia ! soniew hat su()..iiied, she related lo bet .'lr.iM!>- bii-'i.in l le-i.erling the pawmn^i of a par' , l i it. I'appi.y, slie h.id the list arid the 3 il ¡ve rai'l W.lh her. Tbe following day be ic-li= nii 'l i! ami she had oi'ce inorf the pleas-ure di >teiii'^ It entiie. .Air (ia-'one iin ai ;.ii,iM-iy. p. iciUi'il a hou.-e, fi.!--.r,-!uMÌ Ml i,i,.l'jii.liu ,-tvle, ibal bis wif,' i:ii.,:iii hi.vr Ibfi eveiv v. ..-Il grati'.i" !, an ! n, a fe-.v day-  .M, ' l aaii  iiio.isiial f-v.ni-p.vsicd in  !ie in 111.-- grit'T. '^,'"1 see-, -1:.' ''IM ri,-' an f'xcla-  h,nl a If-Msier i:-• w by ) o,i  I- h a  soi.it ibinii i  -hut an s-.'i-er  they rcî'noved to it. ATpair.vinle, however. I m.tny circuinstaiice3 ci.ic'jrj.s;d \\ liicfL.S\ii' soon be rtveale.l.  'erjiosed  SI en  e iinoi, tlû and  ■I ;he  >h Ol  !' (3  llM-  AiM laii," replie,] '  i,!V.- 'i'bsji, t,u::n;n  I'has >lie ' ;,u:k li:  ' - If r • ■ ' ey e - an ! a .a.r .  i 'Oil y-os'  ! 'An i be:- r-a-,  I -Is Kai  w !" .il a to.'in ol enl-rçM If > -t ' ii ft : C p nf.l n. 1 e. ! M V,.' S .irn! li ne, da; 1 o w a c^nnp'c ;¿:(;n.' "  ■Níaijini;,' i; ) ! n.t'e .t-i ¡  Td i'rilher-w.tli ev  at [  oaie.what singular circumit.-incc had e l i(- I'Miii'y -w liii'li vyas omilted in ■ i it.s tine p lice. While playing with Ini '^^''¡about the windows and doors oí th¿' rooin^ ■ ,)cr£|iied by Dr.« Bi^^y-'i att.i ^írsi (.i-islone. l-;-nily.bad frenuenily ."."en íoiteiiiig about lilt'. eet near t'le bouse, a young man, t ill, rttisctilur, with a roantenancu singu lai ry bulJ aii'l daring. Stie was t»» igno lai.i ol the >vorlii to biive a thought of fea.iiiiC '-.im, uiid a~feeTiii,g, !o lier,,ncw' and i'u;\p'lcatil" , prí-veníed her from mention-/ ;M____¿bü^al-Uingib begaü-lo e.Vp(lC.LiníIi  MVl  rii bel."  'Vt-.lal  ifomme. From this day you have created for yourself an enemy ns'untiring iu l.ig everlionilo injirte you as be will be inga-nioua, in his method of .so doing, llje prciJy Emilyi t«he has no doubt cairicd off Tbotigfr-iimiii and geiiile as a bird,  she is quite a novelty. One liUes to «on- i qiier such, liesides, when I prow tired &f Rella, she'»vpuld have been so:nel}u«g Iìj me. She cannot easily forget me. I will have her yet,' and lie contintsecf ?tridin^r upand down the aparlmeiit with wild iai-patieiit steps, occa.sion;illy -Plopping sh^rt/ •nuttering between bis clflnchtnl tccth'Tir^" striking bis clenched hand agr.iiifil^ labiCrl.^-chair or wall. From tbla slate of frenzy " he was ainused by a low, pecuimr tap at the door. Ao angry cxpKs;-ion:f|'ticlily ilisiigiircd hÌ3 counienauce as he opened :he tluor, and talchiiig a glìinpéii til bla' Viiiior, said, . . .,,  '.You arc imnrudfent in coming bure, Bar< .lard ; neveilhciess all happens iig'nt this  '«•n«<s f coinein. 1 wsTiVytjiji  The person adihessed et^]'' room, with a bold and hau^^jn ®o^ Mo was scarcely c-<^hleenycai!Ì'ù» t)ut a full ilevelupr-icnt <•! iorm icatui-e-i, -xvitii much naturni d-^nltv,. .jave hitn the npptrarar.re of lie:ii.r nWer. His countenance was express ve of ietirless daring and deep .jiUiiijiip j—à Consció'j.shess of real worth an (le;^iadaiion. ii:s large head an:} full bt-oau cl.esl 'ndicafed int»JK'ctiai rower, win le a re.:kie.ssiiess ol app i,iraaco proved tliat lew, if any of ii'.s talenti were ttirae.) to a goo.l accouirt, 11 s (lawCiiill Ìì-TMi-e w.js ojavt'l(>ric ! ili |i;;ritSj a f.crii.y.i loose ft:.al, a tmonion Vést7-M'ITa^siTralì  jy„ ahput hi.'i -nec An eiionrious ipiautity of coarse, dark hair .Wis suf-  hid li's b"''' niatily beauty.  l.'pon entering the ■ pamrrc^ "Df. Hovd., be bad cast around him a liaiity iui.t scarc!i^n_!j_»^iaiice,:JmL-JU.it-^ uTi'otTi or what ite'wiilicd, qu'e;jy looic  the chair the fìr, had shovcd'HóAvards .....  rni. ■.....■ -  'I have looked for you a.U ■uay/Ca-lrne,"' said the ypuiig man, aùdressitig Dr. lir>3;d wilii ; imothet'-<i£ appellative.s, but not finding t t~uredlic.'e'' • ', m..-., m '  'And suppóse you had mcV ladies t bereinstead of me inquire ' cuin-  b;« api-earance..iiriil wns disap- panion, loo'k'iog vèry íicrcc iis rô-  tnottibered ir fu/, the 'adíes' v.-ere not  Le  . 1 1 .Mo  h  T)-  we-t  -1 Ch-  .My  COV.  Aho, !).-  W'^il  EO full il.  N n '//.  ! ell'j I m' ■ - : 11 it'i  .) anv j,  , ! ;  T.' i  li'  . ,11 lia  !-,e !,. ij;'  I \<. M ' ( ) 111  il ye if y.  ur.-  TODI),  i ti  si  :s to M,.' r.i Ilici; h.,, m.,  i u s !  gelica ami \ icir.ty, , ai pai roii.i;îo, wb.. 1, xnatit sangui,.? ■ ^  •To til" Iri'-rM-' I ; 1,0 ;::M.> ]' ^V be wci.J.i 7-iy. try ¡,i.; -.Ici;! .( 3 of tbe sick.'- ii in liiin t'ne; fiiid - Oiu? ViOiii.'y cT tlu-ip i-'.npitcr dence.  bis 1,1,0  ' of ttit- l'ii^t Onice. • í.ngeüv-.i, July 1 !, 1-; ili.  e  .u tl.o : I ^ 1;», u b,  ITiì,  A tmiio.n!-: ìv C' i S  \il - 1 uíht.  ll.e llV-i Coo  L {(¡re < 'ven m la  ;.ì Sj I.iviiiji, Seni. Ìim: e Fo.' Sale ; K C. GIKO'ÌIU. j  io w , Il \ ¿.il ;ì';t-  ¡.lui pi.  Il i 11'-,':  . J , iUXJl 1...  lìc in'  rjo  . rj i  , -e  . ,11 lia  I \<. M ' ( ) 111  io w , Il \ ¿.il ;ì';t-  . J , iUXJl 1...     hov 1 1 ' lie ai -    1 1          l.i      b.lS C' llie li Ip    1 !. I- IM      fin-rr    '.'iW i      ,Miii:' l,v;ii,.;li;. 1          - D-    .in:i't!      , l.e Mirile.Il !    aiv M'          i;Ll y      -, a ka'M.'k \r:f-. ■    ' . u     al ir,-,' li . V I I >.•'■  •1 iloi!:;.-!" ve. Lai-»,.-.'  ir gi'fnv,!-.; ■ -vs ai'' (le; j) ili niy iae,'. e an I ,it h:y ili' if i ■ i'-^, and lh;--:t'i 'I imi kii'W nO ul'eilv e ba.s ¡H-. n, li,^-,v in r:v ni -e l yo:; • ye:>. \ on . ;ny 1.1 tho  I aM'e.l lipon }-;",! i.j rel'i : I lire wiiïa i  ,1 .\!  lei.i; ni'i',ln-liii a^o!;: t^^;) !,<: ìlieai Í 11 ! I e c ; M ;, s ■ -ell.d.ilrJ 1,1 3.i,iM)iie c.tii'l  -J.tt^rfrt**-  ■,vlh M I  not—Ai—iriruii  ,.K)iîN .r. lUXivAFHhílOW.,  1. 1, 1S,ÓU. , N.  M.je, t be.tn by  If. i:  T'iit Hals loi  MASSASOIT HOUSE,  ll-Y  «LIS« i»HcT^c^g  Be If a St, A I Icy any Co . , A". Y.  "^he above new and sna-lllimi cious H9itel, will be most hap^iy wait upon hisold frientis iimi tbe ti-aSf^Rg public geneiallj% It shall be hiy best endeavor ta inali'ebigibeuse u pleas-"ant abode for those wb6' may I'avor hirn with tb"''custom. r- t.\'»/Av  li AT-II i  F URS A L K.  BL.\>;i\,S üf every tle-cription  CO.  kept  unit a'l h..iir aflenv..;d |l;e;ird 'dth-l I'l.'U ly nj,l!er,'il n.io tl.e j,;ul T a I i;i'l '.Villi n. ia'ge iM-reie i b,i-!.ei i'lf.ve.ai-^i.i, U, 1m I, l.e -ai^i llMil ■-V-,'; ^enl, ini ■ î!.e .-M ,ei .' Built leco^iiMleil ilie V.'iiliiig ;(ii lier lover, and I-:nt;wini; that re.-i ^l.tar^' v.-as vain, prcserVi-d tlie p'"p'?r and ihc card contained in it Wiiea the boy ba.l  h,y b'fain, b:i< iicn o i : 1 of ) , i n r e p Í J -M 11 i ' l h e "iriTr's ì rf er Great G , I ! 1 i. iow ni-t ii '-v »- !ii>- ievMi preset'! Ibiougb :-'! .,u •.v,;l: noi .,iíain le,Ave iti'M líel a y ' a i!ül, ,fui ,l will \vaí:l: yj'-i da) .'m ! jn-rh-t, aiu¡ the-wietched mtrs knr4t-nt- Ibï-¡ í.'ei dì bi.s ù'I fe an I soblíc",! Willi all t-fií ' I i.iu-iisiiy î.l .t b:ok.,ii bi'uit. Oiie wonl i ^  ¡ bave .siippos':,'d lie was x'uliy, ho'lc;iJei : y j idìlli he eiiti'cfei4-t.''i- nevel'l'i^ain lu leave 'p ës'. nce. .  I TIh! wife was snbiued—ovrcóme  j !- er ai .11 -.1 \ t'  I a in-ni' nM I '.. ,.1 ci-ler .i c,i, n-  i age .V- ari-c>:c;'.ti.y } ou. I.t ;« ..upo.-,'., j 1. i ;ne 10 \va;l \ n:! ie inn  ,M : s ( l.i-M.iii,' e.n'ica'i-i! bun not to lí-avc Ik-i -nMii:: iinn (. 1 ne coull lind llu f liN lieif u MU'iiil ibdieiilty,, am! ¡n IrtllMtn tríHí-£i,!.'i vvonl I in ¡lis ar;ris. He iít'st!,+-t(",l iicl-.vef'i bis a:';\TiOy-fo -tr...f^a-id Ins -Irong.diMiielinrilion !i> ¡M:rl '.vrtll bis \vircr Tiie-1 rr.'^le was "evt'tt; bnl soon over. ,-.  ; -ituuj liy ibe window, be would I,-;;'!, \.'.;!i !¡I.S arin.s fobied and face jmrliv ■.li.i'K 1 I y bis h.it, iigainsl the opposile li.nMinu' ani .i;a/,e s-l-adily al (icr for mo-i;;ents .\iit ileemiiig her.^clf an object of a'.;i.i,-;i Ml, she only wondered why he camé so oiieu, and .somt'limes ba'l a pas-wi.-li ty adii'-es: some word oí kind-... i..i b.in. F'Jt lie L'ilei, her no oppor-M.iniiv I'oribi.-^. . "'  • The abs;'n':e uf this unknown intiivid-lia!, '.vbo f.iicnlly find uniu)ns,:iousiy to hi'i,-e:i, wa-drawing thui? early faun be,'  tiiere, ' ^ - .......  I'eniard replied careles^;S/y 'Oil isho'u have apologized for WundetPs^g; ttAjbr wrong door, aud golie ; a'.vay ; but 1 knew you -were aloue, or 1 i;I;oii!d not have ire.s'passed on this groiKnJ, vujd he glanced hasti ly at tlie sliil open shutters. The Dr. ha^U'y closed thcni, a nd tu rn i ng a ketMi searclii . „giauce _ on Bernard, uttered the single s^lla-  ' <Wei!'!'  -« All is firnlsfeeii andl safe^'^a.^ ^iic reply". ' . ■  liavinjc related his pian of oj>orS"^ lions, Hernard drew t'iont beneath his  II, 1:3 filst. fre-vb nole.s of love, ^^  was the only cause for ßorro^y.. in-her re• j^Zw^ile. of....bilbî, _mid.. a. niuv il ; and wbsn her ciotber intfuircd p^pge containing gold and silier.' :l,c c.iUie of ílt'^ occasionai ï.ailfses-«,' '■be jTV'iih 'soinè'Pôriversatiûli^ tb.^^^^ fn-,t ' co,mm.anicated wiih clrildish simplicity the) it between them. Dr. Bayd -vvas «¿iF  Isatsfied and deposited his poi tipa—'iv  far thù !aíy,C3l  CHAPTKÍ|;X. ,  C. LYMAN. 607  Í^&coiií.Uiiilly ;in haiíJ arid - íor 3,ìle i;be;ip I j^ijj. (^^^lyjiiiiy ,]t.je...-iled them j She co-aid not be deci ¡ved. Tlu'S'-'  at'lbi.3.cfíirp. .....^ j ber . wbieb aldo ..cuataiaej u fewj-ni,, jon^s'of loie. Her heart \ leJded m  HiO.N' \aií,' and Sfieìf Hrvrd-vvai-e, .für¡smai! b,li,-—tire remnant of iht- money ' sale by K H. .STA.NTON n;ivtii her by Ùt.r hu.-.baiul iijion bei-de¡)ai  llesin'eliMg Amnr.nv—-ihrir gian ,  4ua.Hl.w..lb.Calheuaeii):.case oi any i^.j!¿Stury of tlii^an;! si^il.lr. -.si.slênco, he persu.'i<Í!.'d hiniM'if to retni-vn. l biiî ci.ii.--;a;ii:y pac,«! the room in il^c irreal ' ■ ; e,-t a'ita:l..;i, ;--;e.-ing ne.-.v iind -then to j ,;la-'' Ili- v.MÍ.í ili I..s arm-', till #ome bitlerj At ei recollectuin c.-ii -e.! hiir, In start froai the j Mrs eiiibiaee aii.i boiling her at his arm'« ; ijfnüil lengtii, j^azed fi .vet." ¡y i'lio hei face mur-jpnse and la^e.al lludi'og tiieui vacant may inuiiiig, 'you have been ¡miserable, \e.s, I'ijq better .i.mag'aéd ' tbíín tiescribcd.  THK liocroa IN A RAGE.  in (i^clock p. M., on tbe day ofi^j^^j'  ill. his  bardas reniained upon the ia">îo an-touGbßd» ApjjarsiUij , he d'.v,'a ncd t3 , use what at so njuch labor he !î,id pro-  r^. Gaitone's departure. Dr. Boyd re-i 'Keiidy for another job, Bornoi-d ned »3 uiu.at lo his rooms. His sur- vVell, here it is. When wait.iig lalUft  have you never scon  He  Angelica, June 13., lS-19.  6-2ô:f  the tones of loTe. Her heart \ieJded _ , . . - l i  rhefn, afid npon-hef '-ijiï<}t;s'-srie ex .......AV. cv^ry- t-oiva-hc «îaruub an.H«ought through every apartment, but the  ^ * ^ I . .. . .u , I ... 1..- ..I,,1.1 i -......................11. •! <3 /«tile, i-íiri Ii rnnA.' thnt Hf^.hl  street tor me, loüñgiiTg, g^títí^tlift wmd«^ and {ìlay  ing wüh a child, a young gul, \viib  the.loor to meet hi. child. Al couyicHou was only coniuraed .that Bella! blucli hair aiid ey«g, and a hgbt,grace--  ture IÌaving',inade these arrangement, j -Forgivc'oh 1 lorgive irty cruel tleserlion ; she was in b.s aiin^-da-jshe .seni KinUy w uh Ini tu theii Led-ioom,|_n,y absence—my consenling to the'  FLOUR! FLOliR!! . ,, ^ t , . .  A N E'cti'-aBramt of Genesee Flour for sale jand burying her Jace in her han^ yyeptiJ^ceit wbi^b wa.s practiced upbn you  by ttie load or bbl. by ^ j long and bitterly. She had sown a bed of | You shoald spurii me from you, close  lH>Soiíí'íó!'d he w!.'pt over her loó, was (/) whom  ! bis hai\imdeed deserted him, with l»''audifui  tihe.ine. Eauiv. And yel she bad taken'noth.og. | 1, my lady-bird h^  le»', the íanúlUíe, ail- lemain  her íavoritt Tolume lay  , n. ...J'. .. .. .....................And yci the had taken'noth.og.' t —. — J'-'-"" blipped her  V , ; ■ , . ' / - 1 I caje, anct takeii ' ine fiLi waii her l  .as weepmg over a handsómc gol Her c.oibe». Ihe iatmtUie. ari- remaincd hut tbii J Uo BOl Amms ii  lom this scene was a mystery. ;u«uàl, cvcB her Ìavorilt ▼«luma lay oftnr"»'?^®*- * ^   

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