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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 10, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaO All persons indent on note or Boot Ley Are requested to nil save Coet. A against Thow who we. Meek. Of. Re tits. Refsal Pitts a signature of b. R top of the Dat up Oitim of the Box. I Jume of Benjamin a Vera parts Oft Fca a Juster of the we Vianie will be found j cents pet Box by so Orourre a , Field. I Baa an engraved wining a represent a at sing 1 will be seen exact my used upon bran Lollar is published in soar c3 on Fine White a in Esperia Decd Wii the most Eroen enl England. It will in works for children in to As and Mary Hosnie Reil. Miss Milford Baillie mrs South others and at a Price a ctr works could to it will also contain be american authors. Vado is i he act Speed i persons York and in no Case except for Money Valent if in Nocor Mey the tie will do want Ono Steb publisher. In st., new York printed and Dpi vol. 51. Dis diet the Tioga Tioga a conditions. All letters and commute Inatio Posi paid to Eji sore attention. N o subscription received foe a Sho id in six months nor will any paper tinned until All arrearage Are paid option of the publisher woe making not More tha Mil be inserted three limes fur one far Foet y insertion Twenty Lai gtd charged in la Tiase exceeding Bix in com Ltd As a and those Ina Kin or seventy Fife cents cents fur every time after. The pric Liberal reduction to those Why Ike i Nast be Ter Rier Iod be Discon. But it the a Square and five cents. Sam pro i will and 18 43 e for advertise 0. A. Republican i Napoleon s Stan by Motsi elizabeth1 p. Hall. Mail Orion fear i see Yon yet Ami til your dim to me. The i would shall forget to Omen name of Victory the that Shock Alps Battle a Vii a Gyps torrid sky that rent j tint Usa austrian s Iron was ill crush to dust the Mikhly or glorious Star i. Was in no phantom meteors idol my red me when France s to Nile Hearn shone startling o or n d to head Ottile yet her if Vin Slivek Shook thrones As a Sammy wild and dung rods Paul marked by tile avenging Angel s w my Glori your com and nil Earl a Pinter i while y to i my a Najr a thu pro and w and q As Bodi no Prophet no Cloud can b in Riner Iron i Lios Ulp Lii is. Live in Arm will not defy or beams and .1 m in i in Viii Fli Arnitor 15 atm r. Even idly Beal Ilia in Arl Airt a the minds of men is v g rain to Wail thy Nain b Swoy. The Rock ath of in sky nol Tern pc Hac tin a n 3 1 at i be Kcf sub Loo rec am Tho self As i can Bee i am Vel but we wit am Defi be i Esloc for Ottery wednesday by j. P. At of a year. Payable half yearly in Advance or 5o if no paid within the year. He Ned Laling on his promising or on the literary Fame he ird Ady won no he is Media with a look of despondency upon Nat ire which he has detached from Boi around his neck Letus glance Lovely girl who is she Harce the Opeo letter on the table in Vytill throw Light upon the let us use our privilege and. 1 of i Bai vec Ulm i to t Sar my con Jih w e d n e s d a August 10, 1.8 4 2. R his shoulder. George have but to Day your most Welcome letter. I glad to hear of your arrival acknowledge that a degree of has a share in my pleasure Nee 1 a Friendly heart to whom i no Irden my soul and you have from boyhood my Only confident. No i Trust cold hearted 1 wish to i a neighbors and associates Carnot run up those intimacies men do signifying them he name of or make of any of those with whom i surrounded. 1 am on sociable ten is w the Many but their minds Are Cut in such qualities us i require e i can bestow the affection the Confidence that i have o Riany years my dear George to you. Have not now As in former times y jul of my fond Hopes Ray Lov fear and my efforts to obtain a Pele ice that i might offer it Orny you know Long since that All Hopes seemed on the Point of a input. Competence a even be termed in tills coun and ill Law of an grave where Luke Helena s was Ca counsellors and Hull before Napoleon set nut Oty a a pain one of in in j gee Wilh Linn Agama h is Only reply was e in to the sky. It v do you see that Star 7 a the Midnight to or a tradition of he in son ads and i the As in i he no and thus Page 111 mss. Tolsky e. To w i h do court ois an i voc i a qua be of i bout car a an parti rest rued Nio Civ Iha be Lars or Inch Rel doubted the s i do not affirm that the following tale in True but i assure the read r it a vent Alfi legend handed town by j on testimony from Parent t3 child k i i a believed to be True he our i i ancestors and no less Perse is Llian i s judges of the land in the year. As a is a Litile More Imaginal be than the generality of those pinching pain stint my abortive efforts at Thi sup or a lung which to think to Hje stake and to the halted so poor wretches at a Sut sequent a i Cir tried it might prov j some what your Reader s. Trade lion has locate the events Lam about to relate in the town of Salem i Massachusetts changed by in cease of we ally and popular on from Fie struggling sort of a place it Ihen As that the exception of its two Hobora few localities remain to Point out to posterity the precise spots in the now flourishing town where the scenes j r i i .1 t m but the pail led the 01 Diab Lerie Persona it was a the Ira mat ived. Cold frosty night in the Avage month of january when the n Oon and stars shown with uncommon on Igancy and cast their cold beams Ove p uie thick carpet of Snow hat Cor fed the streets and the country far that Harden sat Alonto in jl1 study which opened to the Street. He curtains were closely Ileal in and Brig u fire loafing up the old i Fash 3n 8 i cast a Blaze of Light ind " ref Elneas Over the room with its its shelves of books ind ill single of painting an heirloom hat doctor Harden As he usually called was seated Al a to covered Wilh books and engaged in study. On what i h Cei m a am Rev sit Tea Quma sen so m an so m cd of fus Waey Gai Opi tre Ihei it fill for jut Short lived happiness for year has been productive of changes. I had various Era lot you a detailed a my disappointment and i 1 though i could so much by my sorrows e than by letter but i feel s mistaken and wish to u to i Ted will like leading Par lieu e 1 see you. A Mouth lilt your departure who the Surprise of every j to arid myself our after an excursion to in. Boston and the Vicinity with another wife no one Lis to wed wished Udde riness of the match and of the lady you recon Sunsui Lablond de. Sarah and Misc Jet old French woman As generally a except in my profession Al character i could have nothing in and giving every moment i re from my business to Sarah so forgotten her existence. Con e Ihnn my astonishment on finding she was the person selected by Canow to succeed his former sex ent it by to be the Mother and com his Beautiful daughter had been absent for a Day or two on Niy return hastened to or Ca Sarah was alone in the usual no rcom she had evidently been in s and in answer to my anxious in ies me of her father s age. I eagerly demanded what person his wife was and to in mind to our marriage e her from the a of one genial As Felt assured mis. The s laughter must be to tie Ferfin Nile Sarah. Her description try Wiher in Law was rather con d i could Only discover that she in oldish woman with fierce Black and a malicious look dressed very r v by soft spoken but in Sarah s Ion very deceitful she had nol de Sarah ill of no he had been e but two and called her or and her Sweel and her perpetually Bill fancy All was hollow beneath of kindness Loo much a much of viciousness. She was about her that showed in Sarah s Opin Ion that she had not been accustomed to her present station in society. I endeavoured to sooth Sarah and mentioned my desire of removing her to a House of her own As soon As possible with every other Assurance that i could give her though inwardly fretting at Carew s delusion. I painted to myself a Florid buxom widow of a station just above Gau Dily dressed and proud of her new importance and was deliberating on what i should say to or. When the door opened and in glided the new Madam Carew. Were i less sick at heart i should play with your curiosity but i must be As Brief As my wish of pulling you fully in pos session of the circumstances will per Mit. Suppose then my Surprise at be holding one of the mos elegant women i had Ever seen richly dressed it is True. But Wilh the utmost taste and propriety who approaching with an air of the most winning kindness and Suavi to said is your headache any better my dear miss Carew. I have been looking for these drops they Are excellent Tor the headache. Nay do not refuse to gratify me by accepting Stich a trifle i assure you they vill relieve you in she forced into Sarah s Inrid a Beautiful Visna Grotte set in pearls and turn ing to me who had involuntarily risen and remained standing she continued or. Harden i think i have had the pleasure of meeting you before Tho you i see have forgotten it. Pray sit Down and do not make me feel myself an intruder for the few minutes i shall there in Iho urls. But the. Manner in which in a Wen said gave me the idea of m of Friend though ulv n or i met. I i Sikl no Lur my in recall. She i Nii Inird. hour convers ing cheerfully did pleasantly on various subject and discovering a richly stored memory and cult Viiu d mind. She in Deal Ord to draw Sarah into the conversation but though 1 aided her in Deavors to my mortification Sarah uttered nothing but monosyllables and became sadder and sadder till mrs. Ca Rew rising and gracefully bidding us Adieu quilted the room. For the first time 1 thought Sarah prejudiced and unjust. Her Mother in Law appeared to me totally different from her description. Even now she insisted that her description was Correct that Tho she might look Young to me she looks de old to her and disagreeable and malicious she was sure she was. If i write so minutely i shall fill a volume instead of a letter but i have Buceti More particular in this instance As it was the first symptom of shall i Call it wandering of intellect Geo must be in my be loved Sarah. I must hurry on to the conclusion of my Days of i saw but Little of Sarah for month or six weeks after the marriage of or. Ca Rew. The duties of my profession called me at that time much into the coun try and when i returned cold or wet of an evening i Felt too much exhausted to dress and enter into general so Coly and or. Carew s House was constantly filled with company so that the Only interviews i had with Sarah were for a Evv minutes in the morning before i began my now daily journeys. At the end of a few weeks however. 1 became More disengaged and was de lighted to feel that 1 could once More a Large portion of my time to my affianced Bride. But a change had come Over of Bliss. I observed an alteration in my Sarah that did not appear to have As yet struck any other person at least no one had mentioned it and i hardly know How to describe it though it filled me with anxiety. She seemed to have become apathetic the Bright glance of Intelli gence that was wont to meet mine be came cold she became silent sullen and variable in her tem per at times she would weep violently by give no reasons for it. In fact she became totally till by de Grees her Fine mind was1 entirely de ranged and lost not in the wild ravings of insanity but of misery in the dullness of idiocy i Hare sat by her for hours endear Oring to awaken some gleam of tie enlightened once glowed in that Beautiful status and in despair at my ill Success have broken from her presence and in the silence and dark Ness Ofray own room have thrown my self on the floor and howled in unutterable agony. I think i could better Bear to see her dead to know that the worst than to see her suffer this living death that forms tue dread Ful obstacle Between us. Lean see her whenever i choose for to her father and even mrs. Carew i seem Ever a Welcome guest j e.5, five minutes walk will place me in her presence but for what but be torture my heart by see ing her who forgive me idol degraded to a child and not an intelligent one either silting on the carpet playing with baby s or crouched in a Corner of the sofa in Hope less despondency j ii is a singular Fea Ture in her distemper that she neither raves nor rattles she seem 9 to have forgotten How to Tulk alas it is Nior hike the meetings of old to sit in my lonely office and gaze on these Sweet lectures As lined by the the miniature she gave me. In that i can still see that Bright glance that smile of Peculiar Sweet arc Ness which has so Long been a stranger to those Beautiful lips. I had been absent for a few Days and on my return i went Lomi Carew a my visits have been so constant that i have gradually omitted knocking and As usual i opened the door of the setting room and entered without ceremony. This room has since Sarah s illness been appropriated to her and there As usual i found her attended not by her old nurse mrs. Carew. She is a singular and i believe Amia woman. It was nol till lately that i became As it were acquainted with her. When she was married to or. Carew i was so much absorbed in Sarah that though i thought her handsome and elegant i suffered myself to be pre Judic de against her by the evident Dis like of my poor Sarah whose dislike is i suppose very natural Only child to a step Mother. Or Pcihas it was the aberration of her intellect which then created such groundless enmity. Con Jarry to my fears mrs. Carew seemed really attached to Sarah and watches Over her As Over a younger sister for in spite of poor Sarah s expressions of oldish she is a Young and very attractive woman nay she May Well be called Beautiful for she gains on the is Levin every time indeed she looks younger every Day and yet it is a rather singular fact that at times when i look at her suddenly i receive the impression that she is old but i suppose it is fancy because she is the wife of an old Mau for her magnificent Black eyes Are As Brilliant As diamonds and her red lips and Roseate Cheeks Tell that the blood of youth is coursing through her veins. Her figure is regal and her conversation and Rran ners particularly fascinating. It is a Brilliant mixture of masculine Sensa and forma Tion Wilh feminine softness and Lelica i like her society it prevents my thoughts from resting too intensely on my suffering Lovo and i generally Converse Wilh her for most of the time i pass at h or House. But Sarah it is evident dislikes her As much As Ever and shows it As much As her enfeebled stale will Talmit. What is All this to you i know not but out of the Ful Ness of the he Art the pen in this instance. Poor Sarah i should think and write of nothing but thee mrs. Carew was standing before her when i entered she held a Glass with a dark coloured liquid which she was persuading Sarah very earnestly to take but just As the door Sarah with angry vehemence dashed the Glass from her hand exclaiming "1. Wont i wont won t then springing from the sofa and looking wildly round she screamed Yon May beat me but i won t i won t at this moment mrs. Carew looked round she had heard the opening of the door her face was agitated and hushed and for a second looked old but instantly composing herself she approached me and said with a sigh. This is a thankless office she will not take her Medicine though you or dered in every day1 i am compelled to disguise it every Way to get her to Swallow it and you heard How she How Speaks to me me who have done and borne so much for her Sake and Why should i not say it for yours of could i hut see her re stored but that i fear is hopeless it is was madness in her Mother s family but i am surprised to hear her said i i have not heard her say so much for months go Haven t you indeed explained mrs. Carew. She can talk if she pleases but her language and ideas Are debased that i am thankful when she is silent. It is so distressing to hear to decent language mud Catiis from lips like hers Good heavens cried i mrs. Carew do not distress me distress you said she Iff most musical voice her Large dark suffused with tears. Is in Nolen to distract me to see you hanging yonder hopeless maniac washing your Young feelings your Rich love Over a senseless Block but what do i say excuse me or. Harden in truth i non very foolish and almost worn a this was said with a manner and air that i cannot describe their fascination suffice it to say that i led her to a seat passed her hand to my lips and washout to Seal myself by Fieri when Sarah stood Between us her eyes Fush ing her lips open her face her very brow flushed pushed mrs. Pm. Rev away and seizing my wrist to Obj de in my face in such a strange Mariner thut it Cut Nie to the heart and George As i glanced from her to mrs. Carew As i live i saw flit Over her countenance the elvish malicious expression i had sometimes heard poor Sarah speak of Sarah seemed striving to Spaak but after a moment the animation faded away her features assumed a to bygone expression she passed her hand Back wards and forwards Over her forehead As if striving in vain to recollect some thing Shook her head drop Ping my hand returned subtly to her accustomed seat. I could s a no Lon Ger but rushed into the open poor poor Sarah How is this to end i can not but Hope for she certainly did seem More was a change and i need not Tell you change from the dead sea of stupidity must be for the bolter. Thus far had 6ur hero written he was still gazing mournfully at the miniature when a slight Knock was heard ind though it was late in the evening or. Harden was not surprised Bat Rose and bade the applicant walk in. The door was slowly pushed open and first the head and then the body of a Man was introduced who Odd ing. Liis head to the doctor by stay of Bow stood twisting his Racoon skin Cap into differ ent shapes and glancing his Lille Jerry Gray eyes Inlo every Corner of the room. Well said or. Harden afer wailing for his Isiler to speak what a the any body want to see me be glad to answered Joe. With considerable Effort. Very Well sit Down then and let is see what s the Matek Good Natur edly responded the doctor. But Joe remained immovable Bis oot half his Mouth open and Lis eyes no longer darting about but 3xed on the spot where thu pet Kitten quietly and comfortably slept at one Side of the fireplace. Whilt he ishtar no at the cat let us Lalle a Survey of Lim. He is a Young Man not More than eighteen or Nineteen years old a Tittle above size and formed or strength and activity. His outward Man was enveloped in a Large pea Bijick Al which Mut a pair of Loose thick red dish boots an d round his neck was Black silk handkerchief. The head a cloning to this alluring person was decorated Wilh a natural Shock of coarse ight Hoir that seemed unconscious of the comb or Brush and stood Forth in Dependently in every direction except no where an attempt had been 3ehind to bind the ends into a queue. Tjie face though not Rich in intellect to was by no Means foolish though there was that Uncertain wavering expression that characterizes those who unstable As can Nerer Excel. Or. Har Den reiterated his request to Joe to sit Down but that worthy depositing his Cap upon the floor Wilh Long careful strides As Light As this fishing boots would allow approached the Uji Sii Spect ing cat and seizing her with both hands Wilh mingled terror and Delight marched towards the door. Said Horace what ails you Are you bewitched Don t v exclaimed Joe holding the cat at arms length you know who s hearing Why nobody you said Horace laughing but you Aad the Call ? stuttered Joe deed Doc Tor i Only called cause i afm so bad Tell Jusi How i Here i would n ouly jest let me i m he cat Rcd pvn suit Lii doctor at closing the Doo and pile lace he whispered i m in an in an awful s eel when anybody s affront puss i m sure put her out doors till s oui All the Way de for was to col Oul his ailments then he crept to the Fife up it t no doctor s us stale ate Joe what in the name of car Nikon sense is the mat Tim is not very plea d not make so much by be a Man 11 whimpered Joe my poor soul i m dear of cried Ler the Rheum ant but you net fuss about it. A ".oh, doctor Tain t that it feared a out of soul it you had better go to the minister but sit Down and Don let the cat in Firlit hear How she is mewing. 0h lord do stay out a Little while do now i re Tell you and May be said Joe then o a whisper he went Tell you but you by or it will be my got something to she would Tell a. Sinking his voice on i be Someth must not Tell Nob death of Clear 61 what have y said the doctor Ste doing anything Vav dear 1 u been about Joe tily have you been no no sir but dropping his that Sidn our forced to do see doctor you Tell nobody if Good. I m Alea i m of i Don or. Inter i for a Good Alured attached to hims. Sard ii Sha t Harden be t about Phi kindness shown to j suffering both Forrisi to. Horace had t by i time and now b prise his usual v simper and Alloun for an eager vans terrified mat some one had Bee on his Humble for interfere in his a resin i Lown sit Down to keep your be Leape to disclose i me hear All about his Patron a Poss has narration in to you know is aboard of suppose these Well last Vige a was wharf in Winter h to the piles and a or. Carew h to he Hod her in order Pum sir and sic i like his House and he wages so Mother be Aming Ine spa Fer r choir go there was a fussiness with the Rheu Analiz and Youj Are Erful in curing Only you see i can t be Sta but Madam of a Heap and Sto when she said so what could i sir go said with you about it 208. I be a fool or go and Tor Don to Dole tar cried Joe eagerly voice he went on want to do any i what i did but you must Promise not look want to do any o Tell and then agin o out of my head if t both curiosity and r Joe he knew him simple fellow much f in return for former do s Mother eckness and a Oyer. Seen him for some d with some sul cant Good Humoured ing gait exchanged ing look and a Ner Ner. He concluded. I playing some trick end and resolved to or. Said he i Promise ret unless you give so sit Down and let drawing his chair As near to that of ble Joe commenced following words How i m Cabin boy Gull Cape Allen when we come Home ago Tho ship Side of or. Carew s Arbor and jest lashed Ter she was unloaded i was a mind care of the aboard and keep1 her out you know and gel my grub at allow me a trifle for was glad that could in Winter though it Juan Lon Esq me to the old woman having me away a part of the my Good fell Terly out of Palien ing better than the Ter go of a i have sir Hay to know ail about aboard and for s disturbed me till Arter i had turn body Call me so 1 night Good said a if you have Noah s to Tell you had bet id Joe in great alarm a Only i wanted you to i staid nights nothing be Friday night jest d in i heard some jumped up and run on deck and won t believe me but it is As tru o As i m a Sillin Here iding on the wharf i i was struck Allda Rubbin my eyes in me on Board Horace i will talk by and Bye went and give tier by hand and she Jum aed aboard and Arter her come sigh rest a cats Ever you did As i stood a thinking what she Wanto l and what ithe was going to do with All them Han Simals she says says Phe Joe is there yes marm says she go and Tat a Bible in the cab says i. Bring it up so i runs Down and bring it up wondering what she was Goir me to take it and but she St deck and looked g to do so she told throw it overboard. Tis the Cap ipad her foot on the at me Wilh her great 3ps slews Laperl

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