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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 30, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaEditor. Five cents. A notices not in flies inserted for seventy five cents. 1 for one or three insertions the discount to y j prom tit saturday Emporium. An a Cut. It past Midnight for tne1 i god pacify tis a speak even1 in prayer arouse 5 me into almost Road Nessi " it tha Tomky avenge ii Inocene like Ray boy that i desire and born Lilime there a minds Gorges carried sup where we r y 6 Valentine Mon Morell ? rugged rocks among j hat Haye Mon ref a Home its Gray Batlle Tauenta Ivy and the shrieking owl m Tho Chambers of its an per heavens what that i have boy Pray Tell what i have said _ she had often talked to me in this Strain before i paid no attention till i saw that my silence joking her More importunate. I then said that her words were in vain and that she had better dry her tears and be silent said 1 i Lover my whole heart and the Best wishes of my soul Are yours. Great , however it cannot cancel my duty to child and that duty demands that she be not reared among a band and the intend a the name of b Sank serenely Beautiful Over the a the Wester n i f the Thrush ceased flowing Vista of the the of the evening came peeping canopy. An hour pass f Twilight had i t e to the Shade Rof darkness and by Ali m of a a horseman approached slowly ,.s sons Tion without passing through a course of do liberate thinking and an ordeal excruciating Veat and extended Een Roy to discover who Fet Hose were loved tenfold More than i Star i to her affections. The passion of my bad Hart was aroused. I struck her upon the perhaps you did but part of it i never heard before und do no understand. I her to. Retired she left the apartment Asli Survey shrieked among the Ivy and Unous were further by Noi bleed in answer ,.hc was away when the form of a a youth sprang from among himself in the folds of hide from the observation Well my Boya you would not am Buff you will Tell me where the per son i will go and Tell Gonzales he understand without the Natee ? no., my boy what i have said was Only Ting the insanity of disease thank you my Gen be to perhaps the person hungry i can not Bear that any person be hungry Barone her to retired , and bathed in tears. Upon reflection i Felt exceedingly sorrowful. I sleeved myself where you holy father Are now sit and Listel my to the night winds sighing through the casements and to the owl shriek ing among the Green Ivy i for to think seriously. If t hungry my boy a True be die with hunger and that immediately time in my sat till the ushered in the first watch of the morning. 1 might j looked Over the past and thought Ripon the fun would i Onrea 1 Bent my knee and prayed Long and fervently to heaven rising with a resold i peace of mind _ uttered Anil a null murmured hush sir and pressed him to the strangers breast. The lattice of a Nian head who was there whispered the late to escape and which love the warm Jifa of my tortured and Gei heated myself and carried by them and my companions i a nov not whither now holy thanks of the. Supreme and of the universe i have been since that Day father Lebredo i have be ii borne on a litter to these 1 d e the Peculiar of an edifice of the Days of Yore yet it presents itself not a Heap of Luins but a grand and magnificent Castle. L the whole Story i have related it to 4 ii slut i you having been Laid before the King of the Dis Genung from the freedon1-.of hot was Ara piously pleased to restore jul old. Country he was graciously p to the reformed smuggler the title of Bis an j and Elk Valley Trautwine castors so that now the Resi Dence of the Baron de Baronella and lady Geraldine and the summer months it. the Home of the Young due de Mon Morel and , the Lovely Amabel. The lad the Duke and not forgetting their Little ones ived Happy and Well and you acid i my May live still happier the Earnest desire of your sincere Well Wisher. A stranger. Sir Valentine have you a passport across the Mountain i what your rank and your name u the in speaking irom the ru.. Have a am the servant due de my name to Liolene very Well. I will admit you Rodolphe Ano the lattice and the Man disappeared. 1 think Good youth i should now Fly repherd the youth a attempt to escape suspicion bring me Clear the if you can sustain character you will meet i. Annoyance and if you detained Trust to Gud and Merindo for deliverance " thank Yon my Brave Merindo. But Tell youth whether you know business Well name " yes sir Valentine. Father Ebreo be Sunlly makes me confidant. Tou have so. In of valuable papers the proper family you have reason to sup. Thai they Are in Possession of Baronella Mil the uly father promised to a Jou in their recovery. Please convey to Rucks Quick sir Valentine i Hea step upon the the strange lore the youth cover of Mantle to Bis a Iulius place. Tie morning came and the Lark Rose sing in to the rising Sun. But no horse and Bidet from the Gale of that old Castle. It. Irm Dows of evening again fell Over its battlements and the Echo of the Bird cry rolled among its itis. But still no sir Valentine showed Bim Leif to the expectant eyes of the Youthful me Days and werks and months bad one night Black Clouds Orton thusly Over the Summit of the a the forked Lightn Iulg played round dancing Bililly in my Iee the delirium my boy 1" would to heaven that 1 could give you Tranquility Aid the youth Laid hand on the sick you do give it to me my fair Merindo. You know your voice More than once tamed this fierce and again he Laid hand upon breast but. You must talk to me ,10 More to night my gentle to not know what i have been let me sleep a the sick Man turned himself on conc and the youth having failed to discover the on of the unfortunate sir Valentine Sot of the chamber and Indus me in Down in a Corner ged himself Sile Tilly in tears. Jirado to inquired Ide of the Walls of the Castle Thunder took the Hills and rocked it to its at this Lime a Man Lay in one of its apart menu stretched upon a Bedaf sickness. The winds rocked the casements the rain furiously against the windows and the invalid groaned and your mingle i Otther any one was in the apartment tooth approached softly to the Ami who sparingly answered in the of rat alive asked him to accept a Little wine no not he cried pm pm tidally. The n burning brain this throb heart these consuming passions Wail of wine i May the saints so intercede that to have peace i fear my fair boy that their interred be in vain. We you know Tho Only cause of my desire to live you Ifould Imper my boy the Angels know limed i and refuse to Pray for me wads of your lip enter and Burn in fire my gentle boy but no what time it Merindo it past the hour of Midnight and hero a dreadful storm acid the j nth wiped away a tear that trembled in lit Blue eyes. A yes a the sick Man Resu told "1 hear its ratings now Merindo. A lightning Well there and forked fire flames in Here he placed hand trembling by upon Irto again it was the storm howled through Tho deserted Halls of the o d Castle. The invalid slowly recovering was seated on an easy chair before a Chuei Ful fire and beside him there Sal an Vener Able priest. Hia e possessed a Peculiar mildness of expression and he sat looking mournfully at companion whole appearance evinced Good nature and a spirit of reverence and devotion., by the loud thundering of uie angry ele ments i will never do so holy cried Baronella. I have offered you five Hundred crowns to give me absolution. I have told you All that necessary and blessed saints i will make no promises.1 and do you think my son that i can do an unholy thing for five Hundred said the priest reverentially making the sign a Cross upon breast. Do you think hat i abuse my holy office to give of absolution when Yon refuse to bring Orth a particle of works meet for repent Nee 7 or do you suppose that i consider the giving of Money to be such works for Hame. My son think of the value of your your present Mode of in do penance and in. The name of bless you without Money repent and and to gaze her Sweet countenance she Lay Serene Beautiful in Bleep. She was gone. She and my child. When the first emotions of my pie f were Over i gathered six of my compan ions and immediately we started to search for my injured wife and child my Lovely Little Amabel she was then a chert a Prater nearly three years old we found1 them at nine o clock in the moaning and about twelve Miles from the Castle secreted in a Wood upon the Plains ofe Vandale. She had travel cd All night and was now hiding and feeding herself and the child with wild berries trl l darkness should again favor their escape. 1 threw myself before her on my Knees and if few words told her of my change of Henrt. Shot threw Hersel f on my neck and answered me with a flood of dear dear bar she , then you ill quit the. Banditt Lor Ever Ard never never be a anymore with god help Wili l do my Angel. I cried and pressed of Tully to try bosom. But Las. father sliint.nbte a a or future Man. We Oji cur return to the when we wore overtaken by four men und a youth All of them Rich la dressed Well armed Ami mounted on four horses. Come Captain Lead the Way cried my comrades each of them drawing a Short sword from under the folds of garments am All of them instantly surrounding the Rich strangers. Before i could express my dissent my wife fainted and fell from my Arm upon the ground. I cried but it was in vain parties had already engaged each other. I rushed Forward with an intention to in i before i could open my lips i was struck with a Broad sword upon the i shoulder. Again i shouted to them and More especially to the Man tha. Wounded me to desist. My voice however was lost in the tumult and receiving another Cut i was obliged to defend myself and fight. In her but i will give you the gentle me Rindo altogether your by Ida sacred Virgin holy father 1 will not do you cried Baronella. My mind Adamant against every impression which would obliterate that one so Long so deeply one which writ ten in lines of fire on a heart turned by its own into impression which was born when Sabre strokes played round me thickly and had ij baptism in a font filled with blood and called revenge. Listen to me holy father and though my words Are harsh and grate like Iron yet do not think that i am mad. The boy that struck my Angel wife on the Fate Kwiw Liea in one of the deep now a Tiari. He now Liea in one i dungeons beneath and for this i cry All thanks be saints All thanks. I will on the rack holy father. I will prick Flash with thorns till be Tell me where i May find he Tell me All that he from the incoming Gazette. We acknowledge ourselves indebted for the following article to the kindness of an esteemed whose views upon almost any subject passes a Norert with but who n this instance so Well fortified with the acts of the Case treated of that state ments May very properly be taken Autho Rity. The Williamsport and Elmira rail Road and the Tioga navigation and rail Road companies. Insists upon the Good old name ties so Long known the writer and these names. R to the subject in hand the Oreg of he two streams South going into the Tioga River and so being one of the head tributaries of the North Branch of the sus of sugar work run going unto the Lycoming a tributary of the West Branch of the Susquehanna Are within a very Short distance of other. From the Heid of South , by the Valley of rail Road would pass Over one of of Northern , abounding in a Mineral parts bituminous Coal and Iron. Iston belie Ved Loire of excellent Quality and depo sited in inexhaustible quantities and by the Way of a soft wide Valley the Elkridge Summit descending Tiiu _. The Lyco Pirig we Pas Over the curvatures which May be de line of Road and Valley by any aired to lengthen the the level to any lower than vat already mentioned for the entire. Descent across the Elk Valley and of the Hill Over a country comparatively free from rocks or stones such a work. The entire abounds in the finest urn to i i he Enius it been much desired since the rail i materials for the construction Riitta fun nov. A. To i her wet and he the few minutes my wife recovered her senses and rushed in among in a state of mental de ran ement. She carried Amabel on her Arm., and madly catching the youth of the stranger knows then holy father this sword shall jeep and deadly then will i still More Joy j fully exclaim All thanks be saints All Banks then will i Tell the Angel of jus ice to go to the shades of Tho Lead am Wuis it to my departed loved ones that they Are l spirit of my life my Elg Aldine shall i not even Haisch bands and eyes to heaven. Father of heaven forbid cried priest with trembling emphasis. Spirit of my Angel shall i not do even he repeated. Shall i not do the work of Justice that god May receive my soul when my body commanded to Moul Der into its native that i May meet thee my Angel Geraldine in what what gracious almighty god meet me now my Barons la i am your wife your Geraldine. O me now and the priest tearing the cowl with the org Gray hair from Bis the Curling Beard from Bis face rushed Forward and throwing arms to urfa the smugglers neck fell sob Bing upon bosom. Mighty god you Are my Geraldine he responded and pressing burning lips to her he folded her convulsively to breast and even so it was. He was no longer Road from Blossburg in Tioga county a to j Corning in the county of stuben n. Y been finished and in operation and the Williamsport and Elvaira rail Road been Mada from Williamsport to Ralston in Lyco Minig county Pennsylvania that a connection by railway Coulch be effected Between those oads from the present terminus of the one Hout that tragedy and of he Olber that from l Ralston 10 Blossburg. In prosecution of this laudable desire a and exploration of the intervening Survey country was a rial by John c. Trautwine Esq the soft me god i will without Price father Lebredo Lister to cried a Ronela raising clenched hand above head. The. Harsh crashing of the rocks now torn from their Beds by the Rushing cat tract by the red lightning by the Thunder and the discordant growling of. The tempest i will not discard my present Mode of living. B that enough holy father it More than i have Ever said to you before but if it not enough listen for i have More to Tell until my memory be blasted until the dark remembrances which have so Long lodged in this bosom be displaced either by the gratification of my revenge or by something which shall cause forgetfulness my hand raised toward say i will never rest till this sword shall have done to the due de Mon Morel and to . Son bar Valentine their sword did to my wife acid father Lebredo you know 4it Ani partly by the foot she attempted to pull him off the horse. The boy shrieked with fear _ _ 11 _ in the summer of an Engineer of pry competent knowledge and experience. He carried Survey Anil Levels up one of the streams that flows into the Tioga near Blossburg on the South Side of the River called Taylor . To i the North of the Elkridge and thence he descended into of the Valley of the Block House and crossing it South Wardly descended to Lycoming by the Valley of the Roar ing Branch. Or. Trautwine reported the route thus explored and levelled by him practicable for a railway or the proposed connection. The time in which or. Trautwine was not sufficient to enable him to Survey Oiler routes for the same Pur pose nor had he the advantage of a previous knowledge of the country. The route Ora mined and reported by him was at an average Elevation from the Eldridge Way of 10? feet to the mile. Since examination u of a rail Road that part of the route from Ralston to the Mouth of the sugar work run whether five or six would pass along the Valley of the Lycoming Cicek now already Demon Sara Ted by the Usa of the rail Road from Ralston of Williamsport to be of great and on account of its Vui cd product ions water Powers Timber Coal and lion. In conclusion it intended y this Hasty and imperfect notice to communicate to All who May be interested in the completion of this rail Road important fact that such a connection May be made by a rail Road at a Grade not greater than 70 feet to the mile Over a country presenting in the this Stream ses on the no near its Summit made own much loved confessor but Bis wife and Long sought Geraldine. At Nis moment the door was opened and the gentle boy Merindo coming Forward and either intentionally or by a convulsive threw arms round both of them exclaim motion of Arm struck her on the face with cutting whip raging like a madman i rushed curiously to protect her. At this in Stant one of the horsemen Cut her Wuh h sword and the weapon descended i knew 1 cried each it had been asserted by some persons who were familiarly acquainted with the country that a More Eli Gible route co by the wild shriek that it Cut my i saw her face grow Pale and thick darkness gathered next moment Repei blow on the head i fell senseless ered my con child Aiso. And heard her shriek with terror a round my eyes and the next moment Repei ing a severe to the Earth. When i recovered my scion Ness All around me was hushed in silence i could see nothing but Green uses and the Benj sky and red stains which told of evil passions and a Sag binary combat were companions and my wife and daughter and i am your Amabel dear dear father and i am your Amabel gracious heaven this too much be and sobbed convulsively and the big tears rolled Down Bard Cheeke in turn he pressed Long lost child the gentle boy now own dear Amabel to swell ing breast. Those dear Appella Tives my my my my daughter murmured gently and gladly through the apartment and Many a kiss was exchanged Many a tear rolled warmly from its Ould be obtained for the proposed connection further eastward than that of or. Trautwine Al. A correspondence some time since been held president and other Mem Bers of be boards of direction both of these views. Both to the mile Over a country rat place every facility Tor the execution of. He work and when completed offering m he Rich products of labor from mines of Coal and , from splendid forests of Timber and from agricultural wealth that could be de sired guaranties of its future Prosperity. The writer leaves untouched the subject of that Commerce in i Ron Salt plaster or Gyp surn and the products of agriculture and manufacture. Which would inevitably press itself. Anon the entire line of about 90 Miles of a continued rail Road from Corning to Williamsport nor will he touch upon the Kindred subject of the perfect Fine of travel that would be established Between our at anus cities and the cities and lakes of the North. But hoping on conclusion that the Survey of or Mathews and that recently made by Esq May a fore Long be published for the full information of All interested in this great work and who Are those not the writer pauses with and will Tablet that Are tempting inquiry bands the continuation of the notice now made by him. A. B. July 19 1845. The four quarters of life. Nim anime in or these the seven Ages of Man have been Prover set a further in respect to the mid t Brazand Survey should be made in order granted to but four periods of life f the in the Early part of this month f Abies Esq., the or the Williamsport and Ash bed g Are passion and Fountain in the strangers Sha Des of a i and Many an embrace was returned before the i part the above i i ground or me do p silent and Engineer of i ring the of fifteen years from rail Road and dirty to forty five Rte Are what nature m Esq the president of. Ended to be. Character formed we and pursue course of life. The fourth periods corp any a gentleman taken hat of commencing decay. Emotions of their Joy so far subsided to i allow them with any kind of calmness to in for four to my child tie of the dark corroding which teen Long years been an inmate of this. Did holy the fins. Breast. Sure forgo Only one Day of my life i am that the gentler feelings which you advocate would disappear from your own would disappear i say . The incense of the dewy Flowers dried up by the burning of the rising Sun. One night fourteen years ago holy father 1 came to these with two of my companions. When eyes rested on my bag of spoil Castle Here 1 found but one of my compan rents passed away. J Days and weeks follow the rest having been liken ing j _ i Una contained round Sun Janithe gladly the strangers. Papers perhaps valuable to them but useless to . Since that Day holy father the very Aspira of my soul been revenge since that lost wife and my wife. She wept Nis Nano. Reaidi idgie. What time Usu like a child and t. A Tion Day All my searching for my in vain. I save 66metimes perhaps because of that Umlor attack she Bat my insincere and in consequence per a party was assembled in one of its ancient Halls it was not one of smugglers for bar Onela had already banished for Ever. There was ofte person Ven taken a fast of commencing decay. We grow Wiser Irons met on the i but it a Wisdom that Speaks a shake of sur j the head. Pain and penitence vey and examination. A pathway bad been nevertheless if in to Fri previously Cut through the Woods to facilitate passed in providing against the fourth nature of the work. Has changed Pur declining years Are the Levels were made by or. Faries Aid happiness and love and _ they . Very respectable settlers of the their of the Jas Bis assistants. The Levels nay rally accompany he Decky at a Beach on the line of tinged with a Ray from he Orv Liam sport and Elmira rail Road rest behind on our feeling near to the Mouth of sugar work Kun a or in the near the Summ t of the first traversed by been thought he when i i i fair boy that i were Able to grasp of a slugger. She threw her vow round my neck and kissed me on the . Round my or slumber to so Beautiful Paziy who were attacked by the Banditt Jost Geraldine there sir Valentine j and there Arm soul of comrades in 1 Stream which rising near the Summ Elkridge on the South Sidra of tit crosses tile Wlinich the Eastern find of the Block i Valley and Here the Elk Val and discharged into the Lycoming son Ley about above first traversed by i c7 the Harris Birg Argus states Affat the Harvest u now Over 4n that state and the wheat crop be notwithstanding the i. Tueche from1 the Point of commencement ire i. Level was carried up the first ascent or and Creel Hill next the Lycoming and j but a Liam of Bay

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