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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 26, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaLl4 yearly in Advance printed and published Wellsborough wednesday Jutte 26, 1844 vol. . 44. I be fugitive pioneers noticed Ellei As one of Hie most Beau Lii trav prosperous in the Eastern p a Ruer the very e Ruer me Vejr c i and cheerfulness Between Low pleasant 5 blossoms and Here and there broken by and shops of wares c mfr 1 i e groups of neat and tasteful or hopi is with each its drapery Yard of shrubbery inter i ornamental Shade Trees Rural appearance while suit Lioni the main Boily of the e the us Nony cars the multitude who throng Igot show it to be no less a plact . Of pleasure. A Small Rise of ground on the i id me of the principal Street you toward Ihu East stands an mansion in front by a Jeff of transplanted Forest Trees Anil a if main die a ani1 wel1 Arden. P expat alms on the great afforded by the River. Or. Moreton Little interested in any thing to Lime t were Sill when bul his own thoughts and by Ley reached the House both t. Hey entered mrs. Gray a Iod looking woman was pre paring th1 meal Al one Side of the Littge Jupen fire place and the Sloan Ger Ladyjo hailed in Black occupied an old fashioned rocking chair in the of Jurner. She was asleep with on a Pillow thrown Back of her chair. Id not have been Over then of age yet her Cheeks and Posilee c across 111 she co to two 3 come Horn whal a new seemed very thankful and agreed to with me but 11 old him place we lived in and we had no More provisions than we should need for ourselves during the coming so he look out a few dollars it was All he had and wished me him till Here. The to buy the to Purchase no ing and pay i ugh to last is Way out 310 Theo incr wealthy and the in Happy they Are of our Story nor while Fey look with Pride on the luxuries of which Alliey Are they War of Llie heart broken wre ached psst it has preceded them. Many on very spot stood the Ebi Louii curly it was a men hut consisting of four Slakes set i inc a re incl around which were hailed pieces of boards and barks barely los Hestir the inmates from the Ilonne. At Lime there were not Over eight or Ilu t in lies within Ihu circuit of nun v , a Man of some pro to tract of land Ivy the ii ii Vav and Al ice i a Lulu in i Iio Cabin men Liosi ii Inu Vej his family in Loa procured a of i by , land was Ali sat the u in Sciury commences. Colourless and her complexion cold snowy whiteness that almost transparent. Her Jet combed perfectly Plain he Back of Pale hands Jet hover her child a Little about a year old who ing in her arms. I. Kay set out some chairs Welt famed enquire Holbrook Al the same lips were of such a it Seemet Black twi confined Hei head were Cla girl Appal was flee mrs. N a single kno. At Ole her Ihm rime say ilor Etor asleep noticing i ered w and plat head of her Laro 33 la Lolly pressed fringed Forward dreamy she Rifis de an i Bli ride Man s 1 a m Laid the Hie to 1 by i Imrch neighbors lube. Liy in the Audi inn of is i it ins House. Of Vurr of Llie i of Llie Village one cold in ,1 Yoni Man cahi1 know if lie a i the or. , though it in t much or Liu 1 lived in in a Iii i was Lii sonic. Do you Witeli to 1 rent a deadly Pang in a whisper that mrs. Was very tired and had fallen but the Young Man without Ier remark or the Seal she of liked directly across the room d his hand on the a White fore is wife. She did not Hazel eyes opened As calmly who hand of her husband Spring that Drew Back is but when he slightly and whispered the vacant look was gone Anil a d them to his face Here seem expression of habitual Axiel sep Fervour of her to Money was scant enough necessary provisions and unknown to him i Bei n working Ere to pay Martin. Virte Lelyou now Why i took pity on Lem and encouraged theitis to come Ere. Judging from appearances i ave suspicions tha they were married against the will of Friend been Fortunat i in bus Ines Ami now seek o hide themselves from i tic sow As Tor m ii i n g Jiji f Parent is concern cil i ome experience and can Vith them you vip. Ini corrupted Lie continued my Susan was by her friends to Cje the finest irl old Massachusets could boast till she took a liking to me and then the Une was changed directly and Only because is e was a merchant s daughter and i a Carpenter s son. Bul Susan and i talked la Lac matter Over and agreed Lia he child Down re her now you should hav you Are Loo Lee d taking the cold repeatedly and soon a Lagg lever commenced which tire Itene. To Ler Minate her life. Or. Holbrook had not forgotten among his other Mer Chandise to Purchase a Small Assort ment of such medicines As might be needed in a new settlement. These were administered judiciously As pos sible but without effect. Amelia continued to grow worse and in a few Days babe was taken ill Loo bul the Mother would nol listen to the ear nest entreaties of Gray to have in removed to her House. She could not hear to have it out of her sight a moment while she lived but she made the Good woman Promise that if the lil tie girl survived she would adopt Ilas world i w lilies have Lia. A Pili emr. Blacker crime never stained the soul of a Demon bul the vengeance of a just god will rest upon u e Lead of i heir the astonished neighbor s sized Al each other eyes and blanched Cheeks. They feared that a murderer was indeed before the strange Man again exclaimed would to heaven i had been spared this turning suddenly to or. Holbrook he added came Here to see ., sir about some land Little expecting such a scene awaited me. Will you be kind enough to Tell me How they Caine Here and All you know about them a new Light seemed to Dawn in the heart of or. Holbrook and he to be Mai ried 10 vake Comfort we sough lived six and Ore n country. As though s trouble ii and leave old own Way folks while a Home for ourselves. We ears in Western new York w Here to help Senle this new my wife god bless her Happy and As Rosy now Asie had never Sacii o Day s her life. She always has a Light heart and Hinl keeps her Young building runt it at Mic word in Tejw pvt a 111- Granger s face a nit Najil. The silent and then an . I should like to gel to live in this Winter you ,1 in l appear to be said i. Lull Lirou noticing for the first inv thin u and Pale he looked is Louii ii Conli Tuico perhaps you Are hive you n family or you wish to make a for the Young Man almost for breath Hub Ning i Fuci inn replied i am not Well irn nol Able to work much.1 my i i to live Iff to j Turpin Mcness i Vej w in exercise i to j and la ran on r As so Small w cin0 i ii ild it is for the m i want a Al w Are the Here in Settle Are they Here in asked or. Holbrook Al or. Gray so Yogi Are clip schoolmaster Etc Lime l or. H. Or. Gray said should try and gel one from Detroit. I be enough to ask your name Metai a eur is Lylo place bear.1 my name is l Llie stranger. William Moreto he coniing m her arms he continued a the Matigi y dear wife this gentleman owner of that Little a see a Antler through the Trees and enough to let us live in it thinks i can commence week or two. La Albrook watched her Connle Hile her husband spoke and Sdie looked frequently at him eyes were filling with n led her reply by in Stanlly re Lii Al the House was hardly Fil he Only wished he could build them a better one then abruptly to mrs. Gray he ask Here he could find her husband his shop 1 she replied i honest hearted merchant fairly of the House. He exclaimed to himself As he could breathe freely that Cabin that to such j Ste creature As Hal Why Ojie allude from her eyes Haj paid t in forever and muttering ing about Igho enl Erec Llie ii n by or. Gray As liner s shop it contained a in vol of tools and. A work Bench Char. Gray was busily engaged Orp Husing a Rory goods Box into Ojel for one of i neighbors. A neighbors Aid or h., uld like to know whal on Earth sed you to bring such a Pale sick Nii couple As that into this wild where we who Are As Lough As can hardly make a living i de bul this lady i fear Wilt nol hear up against hardships so Well though Shevelis my wife that it is Only e of a Long journey makes her Loolu so pile und aha says her husband lost his health by being too closely confined As clerk Iii some Bouss at the East air to thinks the fresh air of the country and moderate her own and never on any aces Una. Surrender it o another nor even seek to know its native place or who it relatives might be. Mrs any promised implicit Obedi ence to this singular request saying that she already moved the As her own and Whilo she lived h should never Waul a Molher s care. In the meantime or. Tinted to keep about the House but he had grown the in to a very Skeleton. His Black eyes were sunk for Back into his head and gleamed with unnatural brilliancy. His cough in creased and the plague spot upon his Check deepened almost to a purple bus contrasted fearfully with the other Wise Livi d paleness of his complexion. He could not raise his voice above a whisper yet he would sit by the bed Side anti talk to his dying wife often saying what a Comfort it is my ame Lia Hal we shall die together. We have hoped in god and Are not far from heaven now and our babe William our Little Henrietta she will nol be Long behind to would reply and at limes with a ghastly e it restore Himl said or. Holbrook per he in few and simple words the substance of what is already known to the Reader. When Ite concluded the strange said Good friends have taken worthy interest in the Fale of thes poor Young people and it is but Rigl that i should do All in my Power to unravel the mystery in which i seems shrouded. I am Well acquainted with the father of that Young woman. He is living now in the City of in the slate of York As Rich and hoary headed old sinner As Ever cursed his wife died Many years ago and that girl was Hii Only child you have seen her and i need not Tell you that every body loved her every body bul her father he loved but he kept a splendid House a and at by his wife j whispering she sleeps she j Well in wonder sleeps so Long she j has wept a great while. Amelia. Ame i Lia awake and Lei me kiss you once j More and then i will sleep Loo Bill the lips not nor did her eyes enclose As Slipy had been wont to at the of his voice Slih and Long Lay the jetty lashes on the while Cheeky and he whispered once again then Bent Down his head and pressed his lips to Hern. It was enough faint shriek and he was sleeping too. His wife was a Corpse. She had died in the night and was now Laid out in her shroud but the poor Man had been unconscious of the fear Ful truth till he Felt her cold lips. That touch snapped the last litre Hal bound him to life and now he was dead. Or. Holbrook and his wife and mrs. I Effort she played with her Beautiful id Sang Loil cheerful songs All exerted to. Make were in the room every Renu Ity was Home pleasant but it would heart was breaking. Not she hat her husband was dying be hut. U n it hers was not a spirit her out the Brol hol yes leu Uch Dicj Arlen to have done pm to night if he would bring them n his Wagon so you interrupted v a Are they so poor. I Donu think they have a of Money and no d the Squire. Yes Thoy have provisions and ing enough to last them through Winter and some bedding. Hut Ell you How it was. When i was Detroit with Martin standing on wharf one Day i saw this Man talk Wilh some one and heard him ice was any Small settlement out in where he would be Likely to school. I went to him and told 3 re n o eyes Auu Lucia a be against Hope his hoi hire a deals Knell to the Crimson spot upon to her the eign of despair Day when he was Abs spend whole hours. In Alt weeping now sitting Fri As a statue with her Slee to her bosom then a t a frantic shriek As some Appa Houg presented itself and she would press her lips u and weep for hours in Hope time passed in till near la of when the cold Contin and or. Moreton become As to be hardly Able to Pel his it Vraa agreed that the s be discontinued till Spring. Moreton s e excessive Grid so her health that the thine ism husband c his Sho was to he exposure to the chill air an floor of the Cabin she had. A Pale then its Vas made to restore Man but in vain and the Side of his wife. The Good merchant was not ashamed of tears now sealed on a Low Bench by the fire held the sick child in arms while fast and fast the Large drops rolled Over his Brown Cheeks and Fel. Upon the hapless orphan. The women were weeping too As Alliey per former the Las sad offices for the dead. Of said mrs. Gray it is dreadful to the Fol Hal Alliey should die and leave Ever thing in such mystery. I had Hope that All would have been explained i someway but now the history of the lives will be buried with them alibis moment a Knock was heard at the door it was opened and a stranger entered inquiring for or. Holbrook. He was a Well dressed Middle aged a land Hunter. Or. Holbrook Rose from Hii seat and turned to speak to him but the eyes of the intruder were riveted the features of the dead. For a told her Lover s it was will Iam Morelon one of his own the old Man s fury knew no he raved threatened promised and All to no purpose. Ame Lia was firm arid her finding at 1 nth that As his Daugh of r the unhappy a Terai of age they would in All prob ability be married inspire of him he to yield and a reluctant consent. The grateful girl threw her arms a round lib neck and a kept tears of Joy but he put her off with a scornful smile saying that he had yet something in More for her for which she might have cause to be thankful. It so happened lat the very Day of the wedding 1 some business with Llie old Man and he invited me up into the room to be his daughter married. I Nev r forget the that lit up Lis wrinkled face when he Lold me the lame of his son in Law. There were but guests. The bridegroom was a proud spirited no de looking Young Man and Peanum and Happy As need be. The Justant the ceremony a s performed lie hither stepped before his daughter and i congratulate on your Choice of a husband on the wealth and Honor you bring to my Louse. You were always a Tulifu child and As a Reward for your Obedi ence to my wishes in this reaped 1 nere present you a note of filly Dollar is a marriage dowry and but i Ever lightning flashed from a Thunde. The opening Al lace where we were directed to exe Date tin formation chanced to be Par Iclain favourable for obtaining a View Over he whole Field of Well As he Over night positions of the two arnies never have these eyes of mine rested on a More imposing scene Han for a Brief was spread out be foie Thim a car As the Eye could each 1 beheld endless columns of the French the in inlay in Fiona interlaced As n were with artillery while in the masses of com which far As numbers go be appeared As nothing. Then again on our Side i beheld , and guns All in admirable order hid Den in Sorrie degree from the enemy by the swell of the ground yet Jill a Atli Ludes denied thoroughly on the Ulert while both on our Side and that of the French staff officers in groups and orderlies one by one galloping if they had been the veritable messengers of but the vision was like that which the Sleeper when for , the Gates of fairy land Are opened before from the hundreds of Cannon which sent Forth death in each Side such a Cloud of smoke arose is soon rendered and when the mus Ketry began to play every living and dead thing on the Earth s surface was shrouded under a canopy of Gray Mist. In were Idle in one tilling the Humble situation which i did to attempt any thing like a description of a great Bat lie especially such a Bailie As that of Waterloo from the instant that the firing become general All was to me dark and obscure beyond the distance of a few Hundred a ircle from the spot on which i stood indeed it was Only by the ceaseless Roar or tha whistling of shot and Shell around me that i knew it Tir Jis that i and Host near me were playing a pan in he grave game of life Anil death. For the cavalry like the infantry come into play Only by fits and starts and they have patiently to sustain the fury of a Cannon Adel to which they can offer no resist out of the Range of which they Are nol permitted to Jim let Gia Goon. The unfortunate he was Laid by on if had taken moment he gazed without speaking and then slowly raising his right Arm said in the most solemn manner the vengeance of a just god will rest on the head of exclaimed or. Holbrook what do you by without noticing the interruption Anc with his Arm still upraised the stranger it did from the eyes of Young Moreton and before the old villain Puld utter Aniber word he Lay sense less on the floor and Amelia was borne from the House in the arms of her Hus band. As soon a the merchant recovered he despatched officers in search of the fugitives saying that Justice should be them yet. But Alliey had left the City and he has never heard of them from that Day to this. His face has grown wild and Haggard More ghastly Ven than the Corpse of his child his White hair Unshon hangs Over his boulders the vulture of remorse is preying upon his Hearty and Aill he in Deavors to justify a Irmejs by saying j Moreton was proud and presumptuous but i have humbled him thus ended the stranger s Story arid hey buried the fugitive pioneers in the wilderness. But the Little Henrietta lived to be a plainness in love the Irti ple and earned character of Dod r urge is Well illustrated in a Leller to of which in e following is portion Majam. I have so Little Zippor Unity of conversing with you Jone that i am forced to take this Neihold of expressing my concern and need my an yemeni Al what has us passed Between us. I know you Obe Kidy of admirable Good sense anti i wish you would find out thereon Sisle icy of your behaviour yesterday to . Yesterday you expressly assured me that you loved me As Well i did you which you know is to a very uncommon degree and that it grieved you that you Lead Given me so much uneasiness adding that you would take care to avoid in for Lime to come. To Day you have been telling Mje ural you could nol Bear the of not being so Rich As your sister that y m do hoi know Why you May nol sex i a Good with a gored estate i leave you to judge whether it be Pas sible that f should hear this remark without uneasiness. And if la be whether it were Fil for you to make it. Consider Madam i am a rational Crea and the events of her life May possibly furnish a theme Fon a future Gazette. A. Woman s head influenced by her heart but a Man s heart is generally influenced by his head. Tire and though too much transported with love Yel blessed be god not a Soui Tely distracted How. Do you imagine i can put my Confidence Iii you give love when you Are so Ting them for do a fib a Petra dict them when you talk of discarding for the Sake of Money i Mere. Do you mean by Mere wealth my notion of pre Seni comforts is Independence of hire Ings whether Man or beast Ahdas to health is there in this world beyond it what else controls the March of empires the Progress of Civili Gatto the development of sciences Cul Tiv icon of Art what bul Motiey Cau Ges the Crucible to a Fiat launches the balloon into the or plunges the diving Bel _ t p to. 4. In n of a that Metal is Compoy of the poet s Imaginal Ioir the orator s eloquence the physician s skill and Fervour of Gold cur of til Ocean sed the key rent Gold. He com s Kings on or philosophers in Tilk to me of the refinements i newspaper

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