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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - March 12, 1850, Angelica, New York                                 ÏBID1WSKII.Y  CHAÍ¿Í^ HÔRTON.  ofthi ye«. optionjíjr  .«iôerttdal ti«o«atlrates.  t» Hit «iitormutlJ ; ^ ifriaMT* «ttenflo^.-  l^gltrt Botle», tndontrtsott-  ywwfwNnatmi  ' ......  VOL.Xnï.—N0.89J  'IßSif^ «MfOM aaoD^poctœ«! ,  ÖABBAT^SCHÖOL BOOKS —The éab-uritwr mviieá the aUe^lion of piir-clii^era to bis large stock of Sdbbalh School Books. The p'jWicKtions of the American S. Si. Unipti, in all their »ariety.  rmCAÍÍ ffOTEL.  tm BY JML  J.A.CHASH^m  ^ Dant^i'f N. Y,  of the SyVscrihcT, and no pains has | aUvaye on hund» ánd are «old e.^actly at  ,n»rid in Renovating, Addmg to ar^ fiftesftW House in a'manner that cau-51 to plpase, and no pajns shall be Z on ray part to tender the stay of-  t II¿uuiK'Htthle attd ____i  > House is in the cfeiilrit otWrne«^ fllft f«w steps from the Packet Boa* PINO. All the Staged start from said  fVou vfiil al'w.vs find a Cawla^c ^ »ess on the arrival of Packet Boats, to  i^RflV- And a»y farors you may nd tons shall be rfdprpcated bv youi Me servant, &c., H. A. Kn8v»iflv24, 1849. Proprietor,  I b IA KOo'J tivKRY^ttached to «aiti  tsi^' to takfi you to any Pa^ htry. . . __C——■  rÑidrí hotel.  BY A. CHARLES,  New York prices. Library No. 1. 100 volume«, . $10 do do a. 100 do 10  Childs Cab. Lib'y 50 ¿6 2,50  Fttmtly i^brAry»—24- — do_.....1  Youth's Penny Gazette, delivered free in Koche&ter. ,  25 coi'ie» for one ye!},r, $3.50  50 do do do 7,00  100 do do do , 11,00 A vatiely of about'1400 different kind««  O^ufwi mAht anrrhnilfrf  Orders by mail e-Tccoted wjth care anil dispatch. >  The Gppport of the Sabbath School in Western N. York i» rei>nec\fully. solicit?  Agent S. S.'Union.  62 li  BUGGY ^ G ARRI AGE tRIÌilMINGS. received, another supply ot Trim  mings, making hy assortment very izs Pearler „......  . M* vvidtV, liash Leather, l^^cpa nnd Fringe.»,  e Hotel ha^ been re-bmlt, and iwun tacUg, Seaming Gord, Back  ;;ced'durinE the past t»^ years. - Fare very best the coi^ntry afibrds, and char-¡reasonable. •  'itmQi'ican  : T.Y  Al.tF.3AiW rOnSTV, N,  ' At the lor.-er end of Main  SJSCaiBUBOH HÔ.TEÎ..-^^, J . C; S:T A îv N A U n. ,  HiÎBiabsctiI-er, w.ould respect iisUy an-nouiK'e to 1.Ì3 numerons fnemis and Itomers, that lie stili romains at Rich-Ei»h, w:.eTe he wiìLbe happy lo reçoive rViit ijpoii Ihem ali, aller ihe tnost ap fv-od stvlr. J; C. STANNJUD.  ^hbnrKh. 3Ìay a.  NOTICE.  .liîE SUnSCSlBER most ré-ipcctrnl!y eaTnésliy requests tìiosc iinÌt~b1i;tì ihiin, lo cali îraî pavt Ai ho sc-uIojij liibles ht'^ Pafrons, he hopes ali iiitere.Med III reaporul to thia call. Ile must have K'taenl ol some .kind imoifdialely. " A  brd tottie wise is pnltìcierht.''  IllCH ARI) CHAULES.  jAni^euca, J^nuary ^  DFJLERS IS- >[)  Light Trilaininps, Ftupip- joints, Apron Hooks RiniiSi I^amp Props, Br.i33 Bands Plain and Flp^nred Rubber Cloth, lew setts of finished Axle Aims, one Bale ?<ipe ridr For sale at the Allega  ny Hardware Store of ^ ,  THOS. L. SMITH.  Angelica, July 10,184'3. . ■  NOTICE.  A jLL persons indebted to; the snbscriber by Nòte, Book Acconnl or otherwise, are rf.qyiésted to call and adjust the ^same previoirs to th-» first day of March next. -AfteiiUuii to this will save cost.  V. ALl?RIbGF.: ' Anplica, January : : :.....€5?^  "" ~ DISSOLUTION 7 "  THK coparlnership heretofore fes ifiting bet ween Duncan & Mnpes inìlìé wiigdn^inukin^ bTjSiu day  by mutual conseiv!, dissolved. ,Tlie ac c<Hini?, \v;ii be left with j C ' DinicaU'for coilcclion, J C. DUNCAN,-  , DA'VI f> MA PES.  Dated Angelica Nov. 10, 1849. 6481 f  b«1p m tti«  tlie strickerti tileeding ¿ore, For whom their g^ahe« no rich fount  Of deepaii4 deathleea love!. The saddest titleigrief confer«—  PoF who s > lone aa they, Upon whose-path amothtr'aloTe Shed.4 not it» holy ray ?  i^ic ds,  To^ebothe the couch of pain ; No voice so fund as her'ft'ewayi  To Ctulm the feverish brain. Oh! other In accents^  A mother beara iiet-ehtWi  èot ri«%MttèiCiiIlMirih«kl»grfftU Mftlte ]r«iit wii^lit la litf  Emily calM to thtiM« vIk> them, ini ht'riiif  tber placed im wMìm «nd ih*  in itìy^ Pfoe^cd horn*. A ~ reaiMtám ««Artuf w»aeim%  BÉit; gi#Mlpe*iip* 'iHiwt ' abonU mM^ff^m-^^.  hindaomt m«n» with black hair «nd • :yì«rttiion cf whwker«, entered. Aneli-j^cillfibñ of extreme disgo^ iínd horror in. ìlh(9tljr a^peáred upon her countenance. wi4 «h* exclaimed with moeh »implieity.  'Qh ! Mr. Larille, (the only name by which «h« knew the doctor), 'I am aorry toiMet yoQTre~re,hát will yoa plo.-iie take me. to Bernard f It it rery lonj)» aince I atarted to come to him,l!nd I waa bo torri*  retaon for<Mé<  fcalUr  y töngue» may wbbjfjjß»^ ttHhaift^Irtl I  Jqdge kindly of the motherlees}  And oft the heart that gayest seems,  A load of sorrow beaiB. No faithful voice directs ti.cirefepa-  Or bids them onw.ard prcfs» ; "And if they ganga kennin wrang." God help the tiiothcrless!  And when the mnful and the frail.  The tempted and the tried. Unspotted one ! shail ctot'S thy path.  Oh ! spurn,them not asides Thou knywest not what thou.luadct been  With ItiaU even le.^s; .  And when thy lins would i^ent reprcach» Think, the'ij ivere iiìotherleés t  A blessing on the motherles?. ^ Where'er they dwell on earth, Within the hoifte of ihildhood,  0F ai ibe' stimigei'B he^ .................  ttlue be the sky-above their heads/  And bright the sun within;, L , Oh! God Jirotect the mothedeps,  •nr^r  fN^ ^ li üMt Mitili door. Wbkfi ú» tU Mitrtfd opiMtratieMi tuMwtrtd  iahttaBt'ml p^rpom, yet il eoret^ iio t« tmnee. Iv^^like the window blindi-^ «fílvtf;  fair, It^iêd^^^^^^^  ly^ïrora flMiiy boìMingii then lá qm; ^ . , i í . , , undergronnd Iber» a jiuite oí rooma  (hi  "lASIl paid for Tiinothy by  C  ()53ti'  HATCH & 00.  [rocêïi^, Kquor  ^GMAI-bargains  Art. now hpih» offered at the AijLEGA-NY Cf.OTHING STORK.  Good Over Goats (warranted well made) Jor^:—^-------S4.S0  AXjbEGjLXY  CO., it^ Y: ■ 62!»  GUÜVER& SIMONS, lorufyi fiud Comielhrs at LaWj and , Clin-iirfry.-  MlREii Daocs Wesi ot' tlic fixehailgp, and directly opposite C. DuUtremont E-Co'-9. Store. ' .  '.\nj:elica. January 27 lf-57. MOtf  ALBERT P. LANNING, Vliorney ami Connscllor  uishford Atlegany Co. N. Y.  Dated Juno 26,"1844. 'öiilf  r.,>nrs from to G.OO  Vests at Si-.OO anù upwards. We have alarlo ¿tnckof Over and Sack Coatf, wtrich mu«t an'.l shall be sold. This is no humbug. Call and see.  S. G HATCH ÉÍ CO. Angelica, Jah. SS, 1850. 658  Z E H A S tl. J O N^t [/ionucy and Conn,tell or al Law.  Dated Fet). 17, iSn. tföOO  WARREN B. BUTLER,  Allorncy & lor  milTESVtlLE, JLLE(^4NY CO., ILL hold himself in reatUne>.=ito ati«nd to all calls in the line of his jViofession. Uated Wliitéaviüe, Oct. â7,1846. tlM  fNmATll'BBER SHOES------------  H. STANTON & Co. have rerieved • difpci, by K,X(>ress, fiom New York, a new and Complete aj^sortment; comprising ihe ditferont styles, of Hyer Shoes, Gaiters and Buskins, for Ladies and Children.  January 25th, 1850. 658  From the Oiive Riatuh.  fniMiTrBöWiii,  on the  MAN WITH MANY NAMES.  A Talc of Passion—by M, S.  (Continued.) CHAPTER XIH.  Catherine and Eruily l>assed a wt^tched night after the sudden depaiture M Bernard. They Bat till a late houlr, hopinsf he would return and (|uii!t their feare, but thni^s we already know, was quite out ifi his pdwer.' Besides this isuspenip on Bernard s» aecouiu, Catherine had another  MARBLK WORKS.  PJSLFAST, s[LLEGANY CO., rjniu:: Subicrib.->r,. j.;sp.pa .q<r,st;uitlv on iiT ^t®«^ of American  TtlarWe, Those wishing r  ^omb Stones, Monuments, &c.,  Iran be accomraoilated on short notice^ and ■»n the mo.=t rea-onalc tergis.  ryBii HENRY B'YRNS. _ etfestfJutV-nn^O;--  AJ.MOND ST0Vli1^0RR.'~ - A._SPR AG u E. keeps oa hand, as Jisuat, at the Almond Gheap Stove ore, a few rods vve»t of P. 1. StebbinV otel, 5 ijeneral csiorlraent.of  ^ STOVES, SHEET-IRON,  Iso. Down-Sj MYKDEnsE ^Go's. Cast Iron '^ell ard Cisten Pumps, Lead ar.d 10 fortb.-March 14, 1841). (il2  w. S. TODD,  ¡T^HYSil^lANk Sl^RGEON, woufd ton-t « to tl)fi citizens of Afi-  vlch.vtv,- fon- iii'c^ lhu3 far libo-r-pr pawonu-B, wl.ic!. has more than met his rmrtst sanq;aine expeclationi.  Jriep.ii,-! of the late Pr. Walla-e, the would say, try his .«ktll i>.t the bed-side loftho sick,-and see U in Lim they do not ifiod ojiq .v.'(jrliiy cf^heir implicit confi-fdencf«----------------------------  ? Oi^t, at his residence, two doora east ¿of theliost OiUce^. ^ - ^ _  Angelica, July 11} 1819. y  GUTTA^ EERCH A GPPD^^^ Table, 'Piano and Siand Covers. rwIHE Subscribers having been appointed sole agents for Angelica, have received a large assorijiieni of the above new and beautiful goods, to which" they would in^ vite the attention of purchasers,  E. H STANTON & CO. . January 25th, 1850. 658  BBUH.DIN~GS~ REMOVED.—The ~sub-. .ficriber would announce to the citizens of Al'egany that ho has in hi.n possession a cotrfplete seUl of ^  JACK SCIIEWS& ROLLERS, ind is Irrepared Xq remove building? of almost any .size and cajmciiy, to almostTvny distance,.and designs makin}^ that hisprin cipul businessdurvng the ci)ming'Summer, and will he happy (o wait upon ail who may desire his services. Charge.s reasonable, either by the job or day .  RUSSELL FULLER. Angeltea, Feb. 11,(1850_____> 66«. "  FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. ¥ OST, on the Short Tract Road, between Angelica arid Nunda, on Satnrday the 5ih inst., a TARGEI» GAilPET BAiGT-en^ •e!} new, w itit4arge—tiutrfe—nail»-ftt-4li» bottom-r^Russett leather handles, sewied oh, with yellow thread. Said Carpet Bag con taining 2 or 3 dresses with some other ■clothiing. The above reward will be given to any person who will forward the 3b.pve to L. Nichole, al the Nnnda House in the village oi Niinda, or reasonably rewarded for any information concerning it.  E. D. HOLMES. Nuijda, Jan.8, 1850. , 6o6tt  r..\THB0N.E.4 CO'S/ ^  E"*XTR.\ Air-Tight, Large Oven Stove to A whii h was awarded the Gold .Medal, at ttjc State Fair held at Syraeu.se, Sept. 1849, as tlic Kiii Cookina: Stove For Sale by i-r jCrGRtjVeRr  Angelica, Dec. 25, 1849, 653)(  and deepei\cause of anxiety Which she did  not choose to commniiicate to herJanghter-  From Bernard's description of pr Boyd,a strong suspicion, aimost a certainty, had entered her mind, .that the persecutor of her child andthe destroyer of her own peace were united in the same individual; or in other rrords, that llie young girl h.e wa? so deler«iia:ed:Qll0iihi.ng teas his own child.  it will ' not be surprising that though Catherine lived in the earae house vith him in Bo.*ton, during the perfection of hib love a;iraira with Mrs. .Gastone, she never n)e4 him, when it is remembered that she had no einploymeat e.tcept the care of the childicn, ann never entered the parlor. She took "her meals in the nur ';ery With hi r little charge, and indeed eel dom left it but to take then) upon their dai ly \yalk, aiid that waa at an hour in which the Dr. was engagjd in his o^ice She had long supjiosed li'er youthlul lovet to be either dead ot Irving in some remote parto! the country and the thought of seeing him had long been suppressed.  . When, therefore, her suspicions had .h&en awake ned by gernard's description,  «he rffoWeJ not to do so; elïis wóld i*ot indeed oirercome thoae deliCatt eeropU«, ^hiPh had ever prevetilèd the t««st altu" fiîon. oh her part, to the âbaepçe of het mtçtresi. . ,  In the latter part of the aHernoot» of that day-i-it being the one fblltíwlng Bev nara*3 abrupt departure—-â stranger, ex ceeding'y well-dreescd and polite, inquired for Emily, said that he wa? a particofar : friend of Bernard Hctson, and that the lat ter wï;3 lying dangeroosly ill, from severe .wou nds received the n ight prevíoi,«?; "  Tears started to Emily's eyes and trick led down her checks already pale with an.KÍety for h.?r mother: clasping her. hand^ she stood before the stranger in an attilude at once so imploring and so grnceiul, that he'almost regretted the .errand on ' which he. came. ' ■  My brother ill said she, 'Oh t tell «e about him. Whereis he ?—how was ti wounded ?'  The etraiiger replied, 'líe is so ill tliai he has lîoi ye; been ab'c fosatÍ!»fy me h6w he rece t'li'ê^ those Abounds, nor is it of ah y particular consequence i he csnnet pos*! bly recover, and he heggéd file to come and ask you to blèââ his last ftiamenta with your sweet presence, Fearfal that you would be reluctant to go vrith an eùtire strangci, he eicerted himself to the utmost to le-assure you,' and taking à slip of pa per ffom his pocket, hepresented it to Eni 11 Shchiiittly perused  'I am dying—let me look tipon thee once more, my dear Emily ; rely upon the stranger—he ia faithful ib. »pt  deny nie thîa list te^uesr. •^''--iîBggarff? -FromearlLesi childhood «Ije had beelt açcustonfëtl to exercising the greatest re-straint over herself and the habit was now of much service to her. Scarcely twenty-four hoars had passed since her fjTi»t interview With Bernard^ and he now dy^ ing a.«phe suppose^ ; the sweet hópeá just Bprung upin her young heart were crush-ed^in the Sud. - She proceeded^Q^her mothers'» apartip/ent and pissed >he ftote before her. calmly saying.  My brother is dyings shall Í not go to him>-  Catherine's bittee ejEperience of life fiaused her to hesitate, and yet many cir-cumslancesjitteBjed the truth of the stran-ger's word. Rising feebly, »he dreised and^ went below; _ -  ♦Swear to me,'»aid ^h.é to him, that in  ÜNüweeliiirgiBÄl»  ^Mlidfwttiiieàttls  «Htl|bit<ttAttbMnbyéa»aiot kÉifi.  »«dnaM tatfeM^  whi^lii« ti^oXÊee^i  pWes. Will you take me to him With'out delay I'  A low forced laugh proceeded from hi« lip».  . 'Yott ttoil forgtre an inno.'îcnt decep tiid*^ 'Sefnarfifla peffectly well an«! I only Used hii name to ênsuFê myeelf the pleasure of clasping you in my arras. Do not be offended a«»eel girl, hat perrnii me to lay aside your bonîieU and bring you some refreshiaen!«;  Pnrsily 4te\t fortb a slip of paper—«and this noté—* •l^'as written by me.' She moved not. Slowly she compre-licnàed that èhe bad been decciyed,4bat he who has now with her wá.í wicked and wished fier to be so Gradually raising her eyes from ; the floor where they had been ca&t dtirihg a moment's thought, till they rested «poirhim with an expression of imploring heîples.snesf, she i?aid,  •Vou are a gentleman, Mr. Lavilloi and occupy a station in life fni above mine.— I am bnt' & child, a helple.'^á one—and a servant. I implore you to take me to my mother vir ho is not well. A sudden illnecs came upon her this morning and nothing bwi theilTn^gW of Bsrnqrd coúfdTiave in-d u ced WB Tëa^hërvïTîëirsuiîering."^' D not longer distress me. I hnve sufítred enough. Will yoij fake ine away^'  'Yes, ye?, Î understand a'l, my cweel girl, and now I wish you to be happy.— VVtyjld yoVï not like to live here v?ith me, and Î will hnvc you taught so many afc-complisbfrtenla that rith young ladies will envy you when yotii' go ipto the woild.— \Vili you live here and occupy this heau-lifol room? I will purchase yna pplendid dregíesrjewéls end^ftowerf,-and occasion^ ally you shall see one or two of my friends Ç will you stay with me, sweet  as for theosecretion of treasures. The only method cf niifr^ri» hivld'Ht*" ra^'c^n» of varrnus subterranean channels, one of. wnich ha^ been an outlet upon the Mtia-shore. Another iti the cabin already atlbded fo, and (^ome otlttrii, Je^aaed, in variotis pai ts^oriTie cltyT ' Mueh weaU^ had been concealed thereand the most vigilant cffortfl of government were defied.  At length-th«» original occ«pant»>f the btiilding diMppeared one after another, in the regiilar course of nature, and it fell into the hands of a band of gentlemen gamblers and pickpockets, who much pfe ferred darkness for their deeds.  Tbe apartments were large, bijgh ani fdrnishcd in handsome style with one exception. The furnitiire having bfen3lo't from all parf.5 of the globe wonld- bare formed a ciirioup a.«senr)blage for the ih-spection of un ¿iitiquarian^r •  The apartment in which Bernard was confined contained the only real window in the bijlldirigi and was iscjp^^^ from the adjoining room by a stone partition with a door of the same Material, so nicely fitting that when closed, it wa-i nearly impossible for a stranger to difcav-cr it. This w-is ij.«!ed as a placej)f ^e mosF perfecT Volic|atfncnl of money "and sons. It was ¡n*the principal parlor that Emily hid been flaced atid was left by Dr. Boyd,  Secure iu the bodily and mental prostra-lon of one prvsoncf, the tiihidlty and chiliihood of the other, and in tofal ignorance of each in regard to the cither, he had not deemed it necessary to fasten their doorsi Bernard's he had left mnih ajar.  ErmJy^ to?! tjeen_Bo mueti accustomed to grapple wi'ii vealities that the knew noth-ng of imaginary sbrrows or diffieulties.— When tlievefore, she found herself reijly  MIy c}HinQ|-i&« fém-: •ra», ho iaqairid hv^m ^ that foorfql wb4 U a fow woitfai oho toM bi»i flMh oTttBger and WTaçcèl hischaok. i»7 ~aaW m líM boen oxpoMd to oU thi««i41 il profoundly. Cttraea oti tli». whichjilled tho wotor niK-  one and Ite wa» goinii to place his liof. . .  ypön |eT fto^Mx ^erffiW, liffie^ife^  ah intense desire at once ti)ok  possessi,on ïïië  MASSASÒIT HQOSÈ^  ■ .........., . , ,,  ■.....-.....  THE"undersigned having purchased, the. above new and ^pa-Lciou« fletei^ will be nxostJiappy  _L to wait upon fab old friends and  S^thetravelling^pUbHc^nerilfy. It shall be^ ' his belt endeaiVor to make his bouse a pleafr limt abode for those who may favor him with rtf^ custom. C. LYMAN.  li'^iufy aa, liw. " wr  m^m-jsir . JOFIiV J. RO€KAFELLOW, Jan. 1, 1850. ' AivííeUjcA, n. v.  ^ItK and Fur Hats for sale, cheap by ' e53tf HATCH CO.  Blanks ' of every description, kept constantly m hand and tor sale cheaii  IRON, Nail, and Shelf Hard-ware, fot * sale by EH, STANTON & CO Angelica, June lii, 1849; 625ii ~  of her to behold him and thus decide point. The foilowiiig morning ahe determined to reheve herself from this ptaiB: of suspense by accoropanying E^nily in her accustomed walk with thechildren. -  The'y pa«?ed through many crowda of persons, at ail of whom Catherine- gazed With an eager anxious eye,in which were strangely blended the extreme of hope and fear. At length weary-- witli w.iyideririg about, she leaned Pgiinrt a railing apd became abfiotbed in her own thoughts.  A-t a >hort di.siance from her sat two genilemen, conversing in:a low 'voice.— Sudiieuly their atiention was altracied by s^ome one near.  •I& she not l^aVinTui— gettingi' asked the hnndi!Oiricr men of his companion, at the saifie trme indicating Emily by a motion of tho head and eye.  'Yes,' replied his companion, '?hu be-long.i to yoti I think, at least tbe.resem-lifaiYce is periecX fiiiA«^^^^  'Absurd ¡' exclaimed the first speaker, accidentalij tnrning his face toward» Catherine. insiarii l)ieir eyes met; 'We  permitting my Child Vo depart with you, she shall receive no injury.'  •None which aiiy effort of mine.can prevent,' he replied, taking a solemn oath'.  With a tearful embrace and 9 siUint pjayer for her safely, she commit'ed het child to him and they departed-  A few/turns hrought Iheni to a carriage stand, when he req[uesled her to ridcj ?ay-iiig  •It is A long difiiaiice arid i f^»" we shall be Iso late. If he should, die while we are absent,*—biit he ivas interrupied by a cold shndder which- he felt pass over Emi -ly, as «he sat by hig aide, and they pt^  sued their way in silence, iinbroken ex-  ahd  her expression, her attituile or the prompt-ness with whichshe moved,restrained him He drew back, surpristd that he had not performed his intention o{ kissing her.  ♦Why do you choose to do all this for me i' she.asked ialmly. ^ i-  'Because I love yoii and wish you to love me in retu.n.'  • You ljByejne ! _vvi^ you^ not then make me happy ? I would do anything for those I love. I shall be very wretched till I am once more beside my mother. Gome _now• my dear sir; yo« «Zo relenlr^We wiU go pow if yon }flpa$e '  •I do no£ ple^e,' he replied impatJecitly. I have been at much"iyoubleto get you; you are mine, and willing or not,you shlill remain with me as long^ I choose.'  •You do not love me theii,' ^^drthe young girl shaking h^'r head mpiwhtully. VVe do n^t WisVi tb injure those we love.'  She bowed her head upon herbandsand «•ept long and bitterly. He vvas angry at these nnrlooked for obslacle.ti. . 'Time and ifolitude Tvil] cure her,' iho't he •ar\d I will leave those te do iheir work. Approachihg Emily he said in a tender jtope, which he w.el| knew., how to a.«» sume, 'I do love you and d.o not wish to itijure you; therefore I wiil leave yon herie to-night; you can. rest quietly on that coach. In the meantime I have an ¡important affair which itquii es my at it n-t'ton and will d.etain me till late in the  FLOUR! FLOURll  An Extra Brand ofQenesee Flour for sale bylhe load or bbU by i  HATCH It CO.  cept by an occasional question and le piyv ■ - ■ .  Towards sunnet they «toppi^j^at ihe same low cabin through whichTfiernard had been taken jhe night previous. She 'expressed some sorprist and clinging to the arm of her eompartion, begged to he taken directly to her sick friend. ''  ' 'I fear you will be frightened at the.pas-83gc by which you must enfe|.hi» dwelling ; i^ howtvier yo;^ will confide in mp, I will take you safely fp him, hut you iiijist permit me to carry you,' and . with, out anoifief ivovd.^^  and having groped his way through Ibe fiubtetrantan passage, placed her at last upon d f>oia i!J a weir.irghleU apartpen^fan^^ dcparVtd to announce her arriyaito Bernard Us h?, paid. ~  The room in which Emily was left was without witidowB and the > whole surface of it« vvaUs yyis lined wfth crimson; A lajnp, suspended from the centrc, threw ii  morning. I truAt you will then find yotir  self happier in my pre.sence.v ~~ ^ •Oh! do not leave me,' she cried,sinking tò his feet, •! cannot slay alone her». Tîjke me home ând I Will aKvaj'^Jcva and bless you,' and in the ago.iy of her cn-iieaties she clasped his^ knecEf and bathçd hi.«! hand in tear?. • -  Dr. Boyd |>laced her npon the sofa, bade  or comfort her, she began to rtly upon li«rself and felt her courage strengthen as she regatned calmness and serenity. For half an hour she sat quite still, and thoiight of many ways by which s'he could al--tempt to e-scapa. •! vyill dp what Jean,' said she aUhe expiration-of that p-iriod. Pushing'open the door of the parlor, she pqiceived that she stood in a large room iuinifihed with raws of cushioned seatm of an antique fashion» and a table eoy ered with a velvet spread in the centre; It might have been a council chamber for the honor^AÏe feamlTof snHj^ or it might, have been used for yery different purposes. U did not reveal itself, twt gave back, in s^wer to JEinil^^ a cheerlessand solitary look.  A lamp burned upon the table. By ta king it in her hand she discovered the door by vvhich they had entered, and when open it revealed to her the long flight of stone steps up which she had been cair-ried. She also perceived that at a short distairce from the toprthts.flight dkerged into another that terminated upowa plat form. From this direcVion proceeded sotinds which she hiad;for a long time dis tin,ctiy heard.  Hoping to find a less fearful mode of escape. Eiiiily careiuiiy svarched the r9nm for anotiierdoor. Accideiitally perceiving the uneveuness in the partition which she suppose ! to be theouter wall of thebuifd-iîîi^ïro'n it» heing"of~llone--she-(low-toitf naULtai  Tcg?Tding it as a far more  planned all thî0.  'Nevef mind itow, Btrmtà^ abf M»« hastily and fetrftil of diteovèry, «l^oik murt eat »omdfhiitg ond thoo w wiU est^apo if you aM w»lk» if lÉ^l renmin.' , '  the parlor gho had loft aiid jb««^«. decanter of wioo from th» si^« b^iw Bernard Bwftllowed aomo of it-,- iM with. Emily'i Maituoeo aro« «pâ  fouii4 t^t, ha «ôuia w»l4,b|itwilj¿ Uiffi^'tfUyi ìiida^ ho w*s forcaâ to M the «rai of th« ilfodar childi loftotd of aupportiof hfr. th^ took with tbtm the wise, Aatftil .that hia st^ogth would fail or* ha ha* reached » placf of aaft^tv. PUêmâ the lemp» upon th0 tahlé cloeaa tbCdcMjrs M before and ^ ailentfy pao-aed down the stepà into total dwrkuetii Though Bernard wm wholly úocoi-' sciolta of tho timo of doy, and to Etgaf-ly it >eemed hourt sine« »he fa^ ptevióqify eoteiod that ddrk patÉ^jt^ it waa in reality bi|t eight in thoávon* ing. All the circiiinstancet of their departure had been rapid from their fear of deifeetion. '  They bad hurried along the paaaag« w'thout shaking, when suddanljr they tieàtìì Ibe w of voice» ajH- . proaching tnuch more rapidly than it was in their power to proceed. They hastenadji hoping in »ome way to ee-eape. At tnl» moment Emily felt tjifl angle in the wall and hastily pullòd i§r companion into a path which diverged from the principal one. Feel* ing secute, they pauaed a mbmtflt ta iisteo. • , ■  Ms he dead r'asked a vo'eo iriiibk to Einily Mounded like that one whictf hád decoyed her from her molher*i pròtfictÌòSTwnd^which Bernard reeog^ nized as belonging to the maii by whom he wa» beaten. ' '  do not wich^rm to die, there vould , be a noise, he is so weU liked \ but ho will sleep pretty aoui.dly for a weelt to come, and mean while my aSàît» will be arranged.'  *That is a prstty bird 1 brought t« your cage,* said the first speaker. cannot i^ch blame him fui chtati&g you.* . ' ■ I.... .  * ïee^ a^daijD^i ci:eature,' rapïW thp Doctor, *and »o tiint^ tluitl did not aven faatoti thè doof. Bui »hi doe» not in the lêaat comprehend mjr passion for her, and ono rannct injorê .^ her with those large, hrseechitt| ayM fixed upon him.' T^e speaker« w^eife now  engagement of much inportan«», Tfi^ part iculara of *hich Iw veaIed..r"^T " -------  Our released {»^nerF, ove» mot$ pursued their way. Etnily^ terrified and treinbling at the dan^e:» ; ^ escaped, and that »he muU siillj^ouia. ter, and Bernard scarcely abm- to restrain his anger at what he ^pfesunjptioi» tìf Boyd, in dating to «j^ propriété Emily to himseìf. Hi» «g-» : itation nearly overpowered ¡^^ The extremé dampness ánd chij^^ of this channel, on whit h accouiit if; was seÛfom used added to îîicîr discomfort, and soon visiòné í'i' í^nakes an,J reptilw beííáo to cr««{>- i y î o Eroi ly *« ftiiód as sJhefelt .wet and »liiiiyf groiijod upo» VhiiA í^ VVilh^ruiTTíPomanly—din^íHihlíjefs  egresa  into the slit^^  -Ex e. t i ng Jl her streniith, she succeedtd. alier maiiy, failurei«, in forcirig the door open, »ler aBtoniahment may be conceiv-■fj^ when, iustead Of ihu open street which she had fiinclcd, she saw, exteitdeded on a low couch close to the door, a young man  and cushidne covered the Worí^^^^^^ became deadly pív{e<í^uttered one piercng^ boardfi led with gla8%e«,w»ne  in the PQutb-L'astern. part  comim^f iliose^who^ made/foijTinH«^^ soft ligbtover the various obiects in the tins way. It'» e.xiernalj appearance much  resembled any othei building of these  tiism Tt Was large.,., What in the Dutch fashioi^ With a wooden stoop or piazza running roand three side« ight Grecian cooch; Wer on^ arm' «f 't- Urge blmds of the otigmal color  her be quiet and not al'ow a.iy noises tolin full dre?s, somewhat blo(!dy.pd app» alarm her and paid that he v/n^ engaged rently in a sound sleej». She iastant/y  withdrew, when the tho^gbt occurred tO her liiat it might be some one woundej .and like htiself a pri.'-oner.' Taking the lamp, she again entered thec'oset And per-iSiti^l its tap to: ia(li for an instant upw the face of ihe sleeper.  A slight screaiii bui^st from Her lips^ bu t Vcsolately combatting the effect her fear, fxicitfment, and sudden dis-coVery, she placed the lamp upon the , ♦ . ot ind wh eh w'ith the bed, was the  p..sent, a la^jc stone hoa.e was ^r^te. ^ ^^^^ possible fl,/ the room in: the sauih-fastern. part of the c.iy, by a ouij . ^ ^ . ^  the remainder o/ the night. j[Ci»s»ing her iiuio hands all wet with .tears, he with drew. She spoke no more, biit sat quite -moiioi^es^the imagé of despair.  / CHAPTKII XIV.  ■ ■ ' ■■ " , - ■ ■ Tjre^MVSTEBÍOt^-^ AKD TIIE  At a period when 'smuggling was iar lore fashionable and lucrative than at  my andiëlMa the^'ground "Emily jai.d fniit. stood in one reetss, .and in thu to her moiher'«>ide to Gt^^i^n nm; «m. i  öf hertiudden illnew,-and tht« two géntje-men walked leisurely at a di.-iance, un» conicious of the effect which the'eiffat of  of which was ffung a beautifully t^mbr<.i- of the / " ^^^^  deied red silk mantle, and above it wasiwhat ought to have been sach, for m truth placed« mliror. tere was but one window, the temamtng  tffiKjpr^fny^ yi^ Qoncealc-l licr own^ter* tors, ind iuppot tad, nn.». cbeejred to the utmost crt her »trength bw woun-j ded fpend, whom a lor-* stupor had deprived of nearly air energy. At lecgih they haaid the raar cf fratfer^ and Jernard knew the oiiU^ must fc' near. Piaeenily their way becAmt „ obstructed by a quantitj,« of jwjld abr^ iñterminj^ing wiw atonei and aand.^ Here vrip a iiir it^ sank down exhau^ and blnvily a^i« j produced tteliriM. 1 tio «xcífi^aiitt waa once more kindled and both he» ; gan to dig away ^ oppw'Wjf^ikfc*^^^ stáiices .with tl^r hai^st »ntaH;> aperture was ToRiiid lti^ they forciE^ themselves, thcm^h notes«-iiy. Emerging l]r<*fii bf tn H the cltf they TounlT thénwÉtvilé^ e^nicg air, with * atarr^ sky them and the hrpadapsr ^I'Dg^cKateiii Jat their fieetr With tnaay stb^ rest, and leillt wuch « »»i oes^ foundHhiir way  afte^ to á carriafe iii titreli lbe# parted for the house of Air.iiaatoaat», :  íe^fcn^ifcfi^  «pcned h.i eyes, and ¿tared vacantly .««^ly ^  -L.., .»«th.nir till ih« »Kivel on aartb.  to ct.ntaib, gjod siMd in a low, earnest  tone, ' ,  ♦BernarJ, roy brother, awake. It is Ein.ly Who calls you,' shak.ng him gently and rubbing his forehead and hand» to arouse him; '  Suddenly the young man staHed,  about comprehending nothing till the sweet voice of Ws visitor again besought him to threw off" bia  Dark A lo.i^ tight, wHS»'  mtiiy thi«va»«lM«t anil teir p^ltmM«   

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