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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 17, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaE Christ As f9umj in mfr by incs and association to heretofore the regu consist of one num n larg e Quarto form every month. Of full be multiplied. Is. The january i Ith Fine print from he plan of Jerusal in by gather Wood. Units Are however frequency of their and on the profits subscribers Are re heir orders As soon i ounces to the citizens o Rufy to jul he has opened Cit door to to office of where to is prepared is Lino of business. He baying that Bis work Wiir o give satisfaction to aul their custom made up St approved and punctuality of Public patronage. Be will be taken in Al the regular mar Rockwell. Lotfi order at d. B. Sirtoff. I receiving a Large and t of fall Winter r Fprmer stocks make it be found in the county mile out neighbor to Cash for goods to no. I at a distance we p As any merchant in will to found Broadcloth Cambley a rinses Silks pin Muslin de Cley hardware shoes leather a. 1 4 Nichols. Printed and publisher 52. Tioga Eagle. Wetl.shor.on6h, Tioga county a conditions. I All letters and communications mus be nil to ensure attention subscription received for a Shorter Pend my months nor will any paper be Discon Ca until All arrearage Ore paid but at the of the publisher. I in making not More than a Square v inserted three limes for one Dollar and subsequent insertion . La to charged in the Samar pro thoth exceeding sir lines will be veda a Square and those making six lines thru limes for seventy five 19 -4 j every time after. The Price for one. I Liberal red Clinn to those advertise j from godly s lady s Book. The Midnight voyage of Tolk a tradition of Salim. By mrs. E. Rowand. Conci re did the s confession of Joe was none the interesting to or. Harden from circumstance that Madam Careve was step Mother to his poor Sarah Flis thrilled Mth wild and Ming i Roii Onu As he reflected that this tie might be in some measure i the strange mate of t loved. He recollected circumstances "a1, though at the time making him a Sori he now reviewed Wilh Oiler i Ings. This singular circumstance the uncertainty he had him Seft i Elf the age of mrs. Co Lew that she i Ock old at one minute and Young ran Asho remembered to have heard by others As nil As Hiir Nolf. No not the caused by Meries of the toilet Wazac Din Iron occurrence bul it was a sort of k i. Ness that seemed to play Over her 1clenance at the first moment of look her which he had formerly Al nit cd to some weakness in his own then but ideas throng u Jon him till his brain whirled he an awful responsibility he had in by becoming the depository of i i a secret if he to bunco it i own Boom he was accessory to r a cedi and consign his beloved a a poor Joe to destruction while 01 i1-. Evidence of a simple Fillow like i Friend selected by the Job univ a that very reason he Darel nut accuse the a life also Rich and a Man As or. Carew. He Joe if he knew any Kcf the who participated in these nifty i pm Tiassie girlies but Joe declared in though at the first Gnu arc he Tho t knew a Pood Many of them there y Rome of life in a Small town As the Only to pass form i Pii was. How tie was Loki j Al him he saw the in of his athletic form Manly up ind erect Carriage passing for Joe difficulty of. As Imossi a slouching loosely made per even if the fice could be concealed child might detect the differ knee More a company of then he contrive St a on questioning Joe a fou Iid tha never looked about the Ydael it was that they relied on her deserted or that they Hjad Means knowing that Joe alone was on Board c knew not but he determined to in he risk of concealing himself on on mentioning his plan to Joe the beamed Over his countenance almost on his Knees he thanked and y wednesday by no. P. At of a year payable half yearly id Advance or 5o if not paid re i thin the year. Wellsborough wednesday August 17, 1 842. Whole no. 20 cd his words and looks specion might be entertain so intentions. He also desired up his face As if for the tooth Wear it so for the Short time intervene before the Advent his was wednesday. Joe obedience and suggested to to come Well armed As in s discovered he might defend a i thinks he con that if they found you they Al urn to cats and jump Over t be the said Horace t they go where they wish knows cried Joe Shak d who knows what they what they cannot i Don t hey want of me and yet it is to me that if 1 did t go i As it were for them they 3 themselves i can t sex i mean bul you la see sir four Cervin la said Hor Tiow my Good boy if go you had boiler make no longer must be careful to attract no a Horace taking the pre arming himself to the Teeth lied sallied Forth and by a route gained the wharf at the Seagull he hoped with ing observation. It was hour of the primitive inhabit Lem and he had not Mel a his Way. Joo1, who was on welcomed him Wilh tears of in Iii .1 Small slam Oom t o by which he had rummaged railed his Aue lion to an old Ece and a Cutlass which he Aci 9 in in Lor fear that the doctor e forgotten his Aims. Joe s de up As the doctor had red and he now produced a an Oki hat and boots like Ore himself which Wilh the us Sta Loe Rel lure ing Stin ing Frie rash Ful i eing i hot of t so entirely unexpected that used the doctor suspicions vivid. He immediately put id a handkerchief Sim is Over face saw that his is of observation would be from the disguise. Entered into a consultation who had risen considerably nation As to the method to for him to see without by now that lie had entered Den a thousand things of Lim which he had not the t if they should detect him Early among so among so they too armed with super wer defend himself As Brave ight Lus would be in and Joe would be silenced i ill or fear. What then would lined and Uhal would by d become of him he re in he had not written some ave behind him hut it was Ite. He questioned Joe Over esp thing their proceedings Lyas he questioned Joe s a not vary. In answer to a ther any of them remain act r Hile the rest went to Gale k which seemed the of alone of through the frightful scene it would not Joe be More endangered by his presence that his in sence for though hitherto they had it voyage Joe could give Little Joe could not any but As be was Shore t be and he not them Brig though neither moored ast in any manner remained Stati Ohar j he argued that some control must be there and mention mama ii who or whatever he Fiat Likely that remain Lessel. He also added that he had seen Tavvo fiery eyes once rough the darkness that on visions shrouded that part of of cried he How do vim May even now be listen accuse Horace of cowardice he Vir is a s grave As most men nor would he lir Unk from dangers of which t calculate the nature or extent Vas leap in the dark no shout us rules to witness his bravery and Flat it by their own no applaud t 2luge from in the night to any had de taken to Beard the dread of whom he had often heard bul half believed till now. A minutes would yet place him on re he might watch the Depar vessel on safety and give i should he shrink from leave poor Joe who now to him As a a shown no intention to injure Joe the discovery that he had betrayed them and introduced a spy of course be th4 signal of death for both of them. He mentioned this to Joe but the poor fellow at once declared that he would rather die than go alone ence More and that if the doctor went on would he. Horace hesitated no longer but Bra cing his1 mind to the adventure he proceeded to take such measures and give Joe such instructions As he thought requisite for their safety. He charged him if left with the boat As usual to search for some live selfish of a kind that grew not in the Waters of Salem and some Green leaves or twigs and above All some of the Marsh Rosemary As tokens of the Cir perilous and vef iture. Joe promised obedience and suggested night was rapidly apr Quch it would be better for the doctor to retire into the Saleroom and conceal himself which Horace immediately did and laying Down in the berth he in Deave Rcd to Arrango his thoughts till singular As it May seem1, he dropped into a sound slumber. When he a woke it was night but he could fool that the Brig was in motion and surging thro the Waves with immense rapidity. He arose As softly As he could and ventured to Peep into the Cabin it was dark except a Pale unnatural Lig by that gleamed Dort n the companion Way and As far As he could discover it was empty. He ventured Ovit and crept to the foot of the ladder where he could hear the sound of Many voices in High revelry on deck. While he stood listing he Hoard the sound of approaching foot St pts and hastily retreated to the state room ill he saw Joe descend. I have already said that he wore a suit of old clothes and a slouched hat and now wishing to see All that he could with out detection he ascended the ladder. It was a Gay though fearful sight that presented itself to his astonished eyes the vessel was lit up by a Lam Bent flame that played about the masts and rigging now spreading in Elf in a thousand Brilliant forms and colors Over Tho shrouds then collecting into a huge Globe on the highest spar and. Anon darting in Bright streams und fantastic shapes round Tho dark Hull illum Kia Ting the Blue Waves and their feathery crests of White foam As the Gallant Brig dashed swiftly Onward. The deck seemed filled with revellers of both sexes though what it twas precisely that employed them he found impossible to discover the atmosphere being filled with a sort of thin transparent Haze or Gas that by its constant quivering motion rendered every object of a dreamy character. Though i Many of the faces As Well As the voices seemed familiar to him he no sooner fixed his eyes upon any per son than the lineaments become Distor Ted resembling a reflection in the water disturbed by dropping a Pebble. While he remained gazing with Fasci Cin ated Eye upon this two females separated themselves from he crowd and approached the companion Way. He slipped Down and giving a sign to Joe ensconced himself again in his stateroom. The women descended into the Cabin and ordering Joe to leave it they seat d themselves very near the door of the stateroom through which Horace was peeping. He could now see distinctly and easily recognized mrs. Carew and an old woman who passer for her Mother. After a moment s pause they resumed their conversation the old woman saying you Don t seem to Advance much in your scheme you have Heen nearly a year about it already no not answered mrs. Ca Rew he holds out stoutly but my Triumph will be the Gretter when i do succeed which i shall depend on it. He talks much with me and i see he is pleaded and interested by my Conversa Tion. None of the woman he sees can compete with inc but he yet to Sarah though i did Hope he would have been tired of her before of How i hate her when he sits bending Over her and speaking in his Rich Sweet voice i feel As if i could Stab her Wilh pleasure and Long. To drug next deeply that lit would put her it sleep forever instead of Stu pitying her Why Don t you then said the other carelessly she would then be out of your Way and you might do As Oij please with her old soda Tang a yes but now Harden would Grieve ror her and perhaps not come to a House hat reminded him of his loss and As i wish him to respect As Well Asad mire me i Coj ild not seek him else no i must disgust him with Lier surely a cannot love a driveline idiot. When Fiat is accomplished and be is in my toils i will quickly get rid. Of her and her foolish old lather. But you methinks Are not keeping Faith with me you promised out of All he roots and plants and herbs we have obtained so plentifully to compound me a Phil Ter that As a last resort might be used and Force him to love me and so i said the old Crone but you Are so impatient it is not or time that it can be done he Moon and the constellations must be in positions. You know of that from some foolish whim you wanted to gain his love without the Phil Ter. Pah love from a boy like for such As you and j but i will make in for you before the Moon is again waned. Yet i warn you again that it will not be the kind of love he Lead for Sarah we cannot make that but As far As wild passion will Content you i i Don t care so he loves Are and none but me but i will try my own arts first and have that ready if they fail. But Why should 1 talk to you about love who have outlived All your womanly feelings but love of mis chief Well you say True enough i can t comprehend Why about a Man s Loving you at your age too but i la Kielp you i have sworn in and we Are compelled to assist each other in All mischief. Now let us go up we Are losing the fun and in is Little enough a poor old woman like me gets to make Lier merry so saying she led the Way on deck followed by her leaving the concealed Listner in a tumult of feel Ings in which however Joy predominated. Yea Joy for was his Sarah yet to be saved the love professed for him by mis. Carew filled him with disgust a thousand circumstances Cor Rober aled the words he had overheard and he Felt an immense loathing for her which in degree extended 16 him self for having liked to coverse with her. And i have kissed her hand thought be and he wiped his lips violently As if to remove the contamination. Just then Joe came Down to apprise him in a whisper that land was in sight for All the witches had Assem bled at the bows and should soon have to go on Shore. In a Short Lime All was silent on deck and he determined to venture with proper precautions he ascended the Gangway and eagerly fixed his eyes on the Beautiful Island that by sleep ing in Placid loveliness before the Bright tropical Moon poured her Silver Light Over Hill and Dale and the air seemed loaded with perfumes. As he watched the Wherry drawn up on the Little Beach or Inlet and Joe stand ing by its thought he is the Bright Southern Isle of for at ___11. _ i it walk in its Sweet Orange Groves never shall i see it again so near yet never to land upon its verdant shores As he thus meditated a taunting laugh rang out As it seemed just beside him he turned but no one was there the Bright Moonbeam poured a flood of Light upon the deck none but himself was there n but the feeling of unaccountable dread thai poor Joe had described fell upon him and Jlse emed to him that he must Jumer overboard any thing to escape front that dreadful ves Sel and that unseen but not unfelt in fluence. He was a bold and skilful swimmer he could easily reach the Shore where he and Joe could remain till some vessel would sail for their native land but the thought of his Sweet Sarah withering under the Dregs of that she fiend restrained him and Rushing Down to the stateroom he Bur Piej his face in the bedclothes and Lay listing with inward shuddering for the dreadful laugh that he Felt was not formed by earthly lip it died away but still he Lay every sense lost in that of hearing but it came not again. Lie roused by his own Nat Al whispered by Joe who said As he tried to pull i Blanket Over him. For Massy Sake doctor take Keer the door wide open and your legs a clicking out if they d a come Down instead of me now there Here Are a passel of shells i got and Here s some weeds Majiyu they re com ing he darted out of the stale room pulling the door after him and gained the ladder As the others came Down. Horace sprang from the birth and Wilh a pistol in each hand stood Al the door ready to defend his life if he found himself betrayed. He could see Nihro a Hole Cut in the pane several women came Down loaded with herbs which they piled carefully upon the Cabin table then All departed but three who seated themselves commenced a consultation. He could not distinguish their laces but he recognized the now haled voice i mrs Carew. I have no desire to go said she we have As much Rosemary As we need then let this be the last said another for much As Yob vaunted the stupid obedience of your simple boy i doubt him. There is a boldness and alertness in his that i have not noticed muttered in a shut act ing and i heard our Mas Ter laugh to night and that be know bodes mischief a said mrs. Carew. Then we will give boy a Glass of wine with drug you know of in it and when they seek him for he Grill hardly get to Lown again he will be silent enough. Come let us go on deck and the Demon woman then ascended the slept leaving Horace in Cost anxiety for his Humble fortunately however Joe came Down soon after the women went on deck and was instantly put on his guard by Harden who advised him to Button up his pea jacket pull the handkerchief farther Over his Mouth and pretend to be drinking the wine but pour it into his Collar. He cheeked him with assurances of his Protection and Assis Tance and finally succeeded in re Assur ing him. I will not describe at length the and that As it seemed to him Long Long night repose was out of question thought chased thought through his troubled mind like Clouds Deri thro the sky a Tierce North kist pie cursor of an autumnal tit ii Jit. And to what a tempest did to look Foi Ward consequent to his intended denunciation of Tho infamous my. Carew and her pretended Mother if he ated his charge these women would probably accuse their confederates a id Ito How Many families would the hand f Justice carry agony and disgrace a Chough unable Todis Ignate any but the to we have mentioned he had a dim exception that he knew them All the Biccs. The faces All seemed familiar and How Many of those with whom he Aily associated might be implicated in dreaded to imagine lie must Execl a opposition All who vere linked together in that dreadful and supported by their relatives and would be against him his tale would be discredited by every Means obloquy would be poured upon his character his motives would be ques toned his veracity impugned and him Elf perhaps ruined As he looked Al he Shell fish Given him by Joe and the handful of sea Rosemary taken from the Able by himself and reflected thai these vere All the evidences he could wring besides that of the simple Joe sub Santiate the wild and improbable acc Alion he must bring against some of he first a spilies he Felt a sad and deep despondency creeping o his heart a allying its High and Noble impulses and shrouding with gloom and expectations. One Bright Star hone through this mental darkness the evening Star of thought of Lis Sweet Sarah she was not a Man a or an idiot he might save her she might recover and be his and was not Hal happiness to of when thus chewing the cud of Sweet and Sitter the door of the state room was cautiously opened and Joe crept in. We Are Een most Home whispered he Don t you hear the music i told you Horace roused himself was in deed aware of a Strain of music so wildly Sweet so soft so soothing that he hardly dared to breathe least he should lose some of the Melody it always said Joe heed less of the signs Foi silence made Imp Tje fitly by the doctor i thought i d Peep in to Tell you that she offered me the wine and i took it and made be Lieve drink it As you told me and she did t suspect. So now i Ger to sleep it always put me to so saying and suiting to the word yawning Haj Sously Joe stole 9111 of the stateroom leaving Hor Ace to enjoy the Harmony unmolested. In a minute or iwo to his Surprise be Felt himself nodding he endeavoured to Louse himself by every Mode he could think of bul in vain and his last Effort was to crawl to the Little door and lock it when he sunk on the floor and in Iranase j by the delicious tones that gushed around him without further Resis Tance gave Way to slumber. He was awakened by repeated tend his name first Low. Then louder and louder till the Call became a shout and the hammering against the door threat ened to beat in its panels. He gathered himself up and baldly knowing Here he was Felt for the door and opened it to the Grea a Delight of Joe whose fears for his Naa rendered him almost desperate. Of doctor whimpered the poor fellow i m so glad to see you alive if you did but know How steered i Heen i Kinder thought she might have done something to you As i could t make you hear. You need not look about you now they have All been gone this hour and i been trying Wake you for i Don t know How Long it was As Joe said All were gone but that individual and himself. Horace looked for the Shell fish and Rosemary. And found them Safe his mind was made up Joe to follow him he Bent his not to his own but to the House of the clergymen from whence messengers were soon dispatched for the select men and other leading citizens of Salem. In a Small room appropriated to his daughter in the handsome mansion of or. Care a were his wife and his Daugh Ter. Crouching in a Corner of the room her Back smarting from the Laah that wielded by no weak or unwilling hand had left its livid her Beautiful arms and shoulders her Pale features working with Itei Nal emotion arid her White lips muttering words which she either Dai cult Ivl in ecu late was i. I. And admired i on a mifa oppo site. I or t is i a on the misery i her Vii in Anjier Storn Ful lips Moc at her adj i sat mrs. Jew Saferi Carew. So my i City miss you won t obey me won t you this is the Sec Ond time you have dashed the medi Cine Fiji in my b and but you shall find Minim that mistress Mullet and Gibber like an idiot As you Are Jas i have you hear a you understand but it shall not Avail you when for whom i have sent sh6 will by ing another and together we Force it Down Yoa a Throat and then see if your doctor will like his pretty Mamma a fiendish laugh followed this taunt ing speech and watched with de Light on her shuddering hearer when the door opened and the clergymen of and the adjoining Parish the the lawyers Andl the Oiler dignitaries of the town entered. In the rear of the de doctor Harden whose and worn look marked his sense of the responsibility he had inclined while his Resolute c e spoke a determination to do and dare punish vice and mask hypocrisy. Mrs. Care Rose and confronted her inters with a look that quailed not and a port As haughty As their own Lul Sarah no sooner saw doctor har Den than with a cry of Delight she founded Forward and catching him by the Arm muttered dont let her whip Ifie again and exhibited her arms now Jack where the whip bad the eyes of the Assembly turned first upon the Mclim and then upon mrs Carew who Rolo cd with rage As she saw her hated step daughter folded i the arms of her Lover and she exclaimed poor thing How she contrived to Mark herself so i cannot Tell i have just come in to give her attendant an Opportunity to breakfast Sut the unfortunate girl is very violent some times but what is your wish gentle men or. Carew is from Home shall i Send for him in a few words the clergymen in formed her of the accusation against her she laughed contemptuously and desired to know what proof they could possibly expect to find of such a crime and How they dared accuse her of such wickedness. Who was her she turned her flashing eyes upon the doctor with a glance of mingled rage newspaper if
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