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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 20, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaInt a far discontinued until All Arwa Raijean at the option of the editor. Sienuta notching twelve Unes in c toe for one Dollar and for Ever sub Twenty five cents notices not Jyh inserted for seventy five cents. For Ono or three insertions the same. Discount to yearly advertisers vol. St. Sylvester s night. Choice of life. Or attest f. I to choose my future borne Cuc Star d spot i d Roain i Blooming scenes might Trace Jacc in her wildest Gruce. Roc from foppish Ness and Pride Imp icily reside f urbut but pleasantness is known cheerful Joys i d own _ South should proudly Rise to the epics grand us stand no toward Tho Western halos Rich with verdant smiles muses to her Cut my Bra Lake should eastward by is a Bummer s evening sky j Oil the Lea tiered tribe might Lave in each dimpling wave fre ii in shining surface Rise i a plumage in the skies. On the Distant Plain _ a x m b o m e r on St. Sylvesters night there Ball at court. The grand Duchess followed by her Fust maid of honour Mademoiselle de Wolkenstein had just entered the gallery where the band of the Wasj stationed. The appearance of Taftt Young lady produced a much greater sensation than that of the grand Duchess herself and Vari and criticisms that v Madame de rot Henwald passed her Arm through Stephanie a and Drew her a quadrille that was forming. It is strange Ahe there is Madame de Wolkenstein dancing with the grand Querry and opposite to her Are Beersdorf and the because his Royal highness has commanded major Bensdorf to dance the first fian Cist with Henrietta but did you observe look when she perceived her a vis i am certain she is furious and that Frederic Wilt pay dearly for Hia quadrille for she detests the Germany can scarcely form an the effect produced by those delicious Walt Ces with their changes from Melan Choly to melting tenderness to martial intoxicate and subdue the charmed listener. The inspiration with which they Are played can Otry be equalled by the they the separate things Are danced music and the Ous remarks were uttered As she advanced. It realty is too great a exclaimed Madame de rot Henwald to appear at a court Ball in a simple Muslin dress with out lace without jewels and with nothing in Ber is too bad 1 does a the enthusiasm with which at a German Ball dancing Are not two but two inseparable part whole and this renders the perform Ance of the German National dances no merely a mechanical recreation but a passion tha she loves Ebers land a sentiment. Delightful As is the music do you think loves j a Toast do. Cian Anneni vely examining do All that Yon and not a Skett her and from Fiji would in All probability kill a Frederic trembled As be contemplated the air phantom that stood before him like haunting regret that Superb organization faded by sickness and broken by club Eye. Whose abstracted gaze appeared to Mademoiselle Frankenthal on the left of regal brow Bis highness. Chance and the endless of that Ca Over v. Hich the Angel meath seemed already a Dow Orris that aim a i Bave spread vue no awl Printous dance decided that Durst a one of fat Ottilie whet Pale White inane Tatam. I o j Thrift a changes Attilid and Frederic should find them selves almost alone and Side by Side for eral instants. I Tfank you for the lesson Jou have Given me Mademoiselle de said painful for reality. Beersdorf in tone of contempt you have i bqij1 6 placed yourself too High or too Low for what i had once contemplated and it Only remains Beautiful a Marble had thus come in her lumber to visit the scene of former All appeared to him Illel sign of he like a he cold and haughty Ottilie she will never be in love with any one but even she were she would rather if die a thongs and times than allow it to be seen that she Only wishes to my Bunju like an ancient Scio Bland touched by rum s hand a s the glowing hours of life no in each other s love Nalton Sweet accordant move. I the rightful Choice i d make said the old countess de been mistress of the Robes during some for men Mer reign. The late grand Duchess would never have permitted it. But indeed court by etiquette was quite another thing then and we very soon have taught an impertinent girl like Ottilie Wolkenstein to know who and what she was conversation seemed to have been that Case she will find a match for i herself for Beersdorf s character is to the Nita Meatte As her own. Love be would be a mortal Cem Pride of Ottilie de Wolkenstein the object of the full As Wibeto thro flow by Meadows run and glance the radial be of the Sun where from the Mouquin Side like res toss shadows swiftly Glide and to i hair Eim Rizian repair All is a Dutiful and Falo three in her Green and Bowers i d Scully Iwine ambrosial Flowers Anil cry pensive Hoffr would Greet thu i Welcome to i hot seat Here to Delight to meet my friends deeds were plan d for Noble ends., would cheerful Greet them Asol Yore. Live our Raptor d moments o of spec tins forget log none i d live not alone. Knoxville sources of happiness surely pecuniary gain should not dered Aih the scale in which All things Ore Weiglien. Ii been said hat Wisdom better than it i it Melvin Cement of in tune is but in have received Ami Eltjo ments and it could t by a incr that we should re Tho highest order of Hap the Youthful Stepha Nie have you remarked the bouquet that in her hand a Large Boquet of magnificent what Are you thinking of Little fool de Nollinger Moss roses on St. Sylvester s Day you Are surely mad j Why such things Are not to to be of ouija in the grand Duke s Stephanie is right rejoined Madame de to thenward i have seen demoiselle de Wolkenstein. Bouquet and 1 am curious to know who can have Given it it can Only be the hereditary said the sex mistress of the Robes with a gesture of impatience. Of no aunt it is not be and if of he does not take care the will slip through fingers. He is already More than half in love with Lody Emily. With the English girl whose to her Waist asked statute their Peculiar Charm the jingling of spurs of dresses the measured cadence of Light feet Are As necessary to impart their True zest to them As the instruments of orchestra itself. At the stroke of Midnight the Waltz was suddenly interrupted the orchestra saluted the new born year with joyous fanfares and everybody changed smiles and kisses or me to rejoice that you should have opened my it was too do Yon sir z too painful for r dered As be fell the Contact of the icy hand that grasped his own. Come repeated Ottilie f Are you waiting for Bebersdorf followed her mechanically Ana the Waltz recommenced. Light n i my 1 that i have nothing further to say to Weze of ethereal As spirit s from ii he shades below she float upon the air rather than to dance tier the sound of her footsteps. Her before Ottilie could reply to this outrage v f Hie Tail it Tuet her Royal had returned to Bis place i sound of he by her Side but for the first time in her life when he Waltz wag Over Bhe led the imperious Beauty Felt herself profoundly the principal window of humiliated. Her habitual Calm deserted her j is too warm let us breathe the fresh throwing open the window stepped out upon a Large stifling the anger that caused her heart to throb almost to bursting she sought to con in 1 ceal her agitation under a semblance of levity i that overlooked the Palace gardens. A. No Dow the Universal Frederic foreign to nature and during the whole the ground was shrouded in its to a profit by the Sweet privilege a time of supper seated by the acid the Avdi and a cold wintry Moon lighted ought to profit by Ine s i a effulgence the silent magnificence created to realize the Ideal Type of feminine dignity nothing in ancient sculpture could be found More classical than the form of her head or More irreproachable pure than the outline of her features. Her magnificent fair tresses were parted on a brow of Queen like Beauty the proud glance of her eyes and disdainful expression of her Mouth seemed to imply that nothing existed upon Earth worthy of so rare an assemblage o f charms. Brought up at court under the eyes of the grand Duchess who treated her with almost maternal affection foreign service. The grand Duke delighted to behold the accomplishment of this Long wished for Union consented to every thing. For Days afterwards Frederic was married in the presence of the court and charged St. Peter Burgh of the scene All was still even the wind Ottilie at an c laudable of the capacity for of be mean Celivo it in vain. A a thai least 1 to Vicissitudes Intel dogs and i s on card 15lo be found i the cultivation of our the improvement of our knowledge May put immediately into purse by it bestow a purer and More Lastin enjoyment than anything con in a purse ran afford. The More we Friendly Intercourse with our fee the More our benevolent feelings tsp and and if in us Dizion of mental culture., la Anabay be at the same time in a state of j.jc8 with himself and of Charity towards ill men be May be affirmed to have the Means of happiness. A Sib born fact. The Brooklyn Itiat says dip the East River and dry Wilh the advertiser from dins your haul in the of Jour postmasters perform their up fishing Hooks with balloons Iii fish for astride a Gossamer and s a rain storm is co Ming like the Cataract of Niagara remember v tire you left your a Raus quite Riih a Short prove All to bins hitherto considered impossible to be possible but never coax a woman to say she ill when tto has once made up her a Rind to p she wont 1 what ringlets reach Down de rot Henwald. The she talks a out horses to him and it May be that Ottilie will find her a dangerous rival. After continued Stephanie i think i have covered the mystery of the bouquet. Sunday evening at he Giand Duchess party Tuilio said before major Eicr serf that she would give the world for a bouquet of Moss roses on new year s Day. Now you must know there is living at Dalsheim an old Rich who spends All his Fortune in the cultivation of rare Flowers and Moss roses Are As common Vruth him in the month of january As in the month of interrupted Madame de Vollm and what does All thai go to wait a Little aunt. Major Beersdorf left last evening and Only returned ibis morning just in time to resume services with the Graml and you said Madame Rotten Wald that. Frederic was galloping Over the country All night in order to go and look for roses at Dalsheim for o foot with the air Beersdorf amazed and confounded co scarcely command Saf Lucient eng Froid to say with a forced smile it appears to me that you owed me that at least in Exchange for my in that Case i beg that you will take give Bis patches i care nothing for Monsieur Beersdorf i am ignorant of 1 in his de woman what Are Ping that child for for crying that is an original Mode of Little creature s duets a Nev Way Ging infantile grief. Little Bree is crying because he feels bad and Boas much right to feel bad As you. His say win the Wolken Stein Why he could not do More were he in love with her Stephanie burst into a fit of laughter. " my dear Madame de rot Henwald can you be thinking of have you not served that for the last four weeks he dances the cotillion. One else have you not yet found out that love with Mademoiselle said Madame e Nolli Rigen it would be just As Well did not meddle so much with other peole s affairs Ycu Are too prying and gossip by of them intolerable faults n a Young my aunt never me until she has got me to Tell All i murmured. Stepha if Beersdorf really loves Mademoiselle de resumed Madame de Rothen Wald that explains Why he has surrounded. Her extreme loveliness joined to Ber a High position brought to her feet All the distinguished men in the grand duchy from the hereditary downwards. The Brilliant Success she obtained in society the adoration and envy that followed her huh ers Oever she soon smothered in he bosom the germs of love and sensibility which Are inherent in every feminine nature and augmented to an extraordinary degree the thirst for domination which is equally a characteristic of the sex. For Ottilie to live was to reign but to reign Ever All with the same despotism. Tot. Cold to be Able to appreciate tenderness in another she sought not to exalted and pro found love As for a Complete Devotion to her perpetual homage offered at the shrine of Ber amour proper. Notwithstanding the disdain with which she repaid their Pursuit of even on account of that inexorable was Ever surrounded by sighing aspirants and despairing lovers. No Man could approach her without his heart and yet none among them could define the exact nature of the strange Fasci nation exercised Over their feelings by the haughty fair one. Some pretended to Attri Bute it to magnetic influence others to her air of regal serenity which they compared o a Beautiful he in whose and transient Waters is Rebete d the azure of a Cloud others again fancied that the what can have Given you right to Call me Frederic bit Hia lips. The Waltz recommenced and terminated without another word being exchanged be tween 4hem. When Mademoiselle de Wolk a year which had been More Fertile in interesting events for the City of by. The hereditary had married a Princess of upon which of lumbered among the leafless branches fend upon the Earth and in the skies no. Sound broke the mule melancholy of nature. How Calm is every thing Aroun d us said Ottilie seating herself upon a stone., Bench and making Beersdorf place himself by her Side. To you see the Willows that fringe the Lake below do you hear Ophir a and Desdemona weeping beneath t too have often wept during the last year of Frederic How much have i suffered r but is was Only at the Price of sufferings like Bose that the happiness 1, now enjoy could be obtained. How Sublime is this happiness in my despair be blasphemed my i no longer believed in his goodness but since my peace is restored he has shed is holy Light and warmth upon my erring. Sprit i be Enstein returned to her seat she occupied herself in examining through her Orgnon first lady Emily who with visible impatience was trying to catch the s then who seated by made Moiselle de Frankenthal was whispering in her ear with unwonted animation when the hereditary himself in full dress his Chest covered with the Broad flesh coloured Casion numberless fetes were Given at court the grand Duke had instituted a civil order o Merit the first result of which was to set All the privy councillors in the grand duchy by the ears. The director of the Royal concerts a better appointment elsewhere with the Prima Donna to the great of Al the world. The master of the grand Duke s hounds had been disgraced for having said that Napoleon was a Man of be Mademoiselle de Wolkenstein fell ribbon of the order of walked up m of a malady Wrich baffled the 1 Bill of the court physicians. Some said that she had taken cold at major Beersdorf s marriage for scarcely she returned Home after the she was seized with Shiv rings the precursor of a fever which confined her to her Bod for six weeks others said that Ahe had a heart complaint and founded their belief upon the fact that whenever agitated by the least terica.1 fits during which she would press her hand violently upon her.heart-, As if to re to her in All his splendour scarcely were the first salutations exchanged when Ottilie who Well knew the weak Side of the illustrious personage said per Mit me to inquire of your highness How the Sultan is going the Royal Troun Defiance became Radiant at this touching proof of condescension in one so Little accustomed to show any. He seated himself by her and hastened to give her1 the most satisfactory details about the health of his Favourite horse. Finding himself listened to with such winning attention the illustrious heir apparent became confidential and diffuse. He deigned to unfold to his fair listener his i Bear the celestial Melody of in of Star hold the portals of eternal life opening to receive divine surround and envelop me like a garment of Light. Frederic my beloved place your hand upon my can you poor heart whose sick throbbing they All pro ounce to be disease. It panted to be near you but you were too faraway. Now that i fed you is Calm " i miserable wretch that i exclaimed Beersdorf forgetting the doctor s precautions in the violence of his despair. All is Over for me j3h. Happiness Hope lost lost for sacrificed to my Pride repeated Ottilie slowly it that which has made the suffer so Pride and jealousy. And Why then did Yon dance with the did you appear to speak to her with such pleasure jealousy bad taken Possession of my you saw it not my heart was bursting you thought not of it. Where Aye press the palpitations which at those moments threatened to suffocate above All Waltzing bad Bidden to her and her life had nearly paid the forfeit of breaking through that i her. Dancing and been rigorously for you gave me what of he is distractedly in a thing has sustained irreparable a and his grief is poignant. Did you experience but a tithe of the grief which now his Little bosom you would sulk an i for whole he blows it straight it and in fifteen minutes it is Over Toalii you like to be whipped for i Andul los in your Peculiar Griefs in your own Way Aid what though his Mode is somewhat Clam read what if a Doeg stand straddle in Middle of the room a flood of tears Wash a clean streaks Down his countenance i Forth to the Whol " Ign boyhood Bis lamentations go car broken Down and he dont care we no you Tell me where in. Smith lives mister Smith there Ilore her. When the quadrille e Ess heaven. Ecret hear up Lay in the sound of her voice hat fresh and Silvery voice whose tones could j it the most stubborn to her will. But Al Hough they could not discover the Bey did not feel less the effects of Ber Power f charming and All continued hopelessly t6 Over the grand Querry attempted to conduct Mademoiselle de Wolkenstein to her place but the crowd prevented them from advancing and they found themselves remain stationary immediately behind the spot occupied by lady Emily and her Motet. Indeed said the latter not comprehend Why you have refused to dance the Cotillon., with Monsieur de i am almost certain of dancing it with Ifie plans for bringing about a general am Liora ,0 Wauzy at the Ion in every Branch of the administration since and her of his determination to ask to accompany the Gra his August father to give new Parade uniforms and she had even obtained m f Arleiv. Of s _ 1 e Ball Given for then she had grand Duchess in to All the officers of the grand Ducal army on the occasion of an approaching review Al i can Thal though their regulations stipulated that they should Only a years and they had worn their present ones the bal ---1 should Only have them renewed every three not to appear in the private Circle for she could not Bear the music Waltz Wuh out melting into tears. The closing year bad once More brought scarcely two years and a half. But observed his highness by Way of a wind up to the argument the offi cers uniforms Are really too Mademoiselle de Wolkenstein exhibited such perfect complacency she list such marked interest to the Roya confidences Given at court on that night resembled All the balls that had been Given on the same Anni Ersary for the last ten years except that Oil the occasion in question. Count Beersdorf Ottylie suffering More than Ever was con that the enchanted by his Success re d duthes9. Quested before quitting her Side the honour to the 6late apart ments to say Good night to her beloved in Valu Ficini. T f no the reiterated desire of the reigning family constantly refused to marry Henrietta de Frankenthal. It Only two Days ago that the grand Duke who is very desirous that the marriage should take place gave the major to understand that the Star of the Pelican would be conferred upon him the Lay on which be became the husband of the Frank 1 and he interrupted i Madame de Nollinger. I it he asked four Days to consider it. Four Days to consider whether he accept the Stai of the Pelican or not think of reflecting upon such a favour one is Only Good heavens when i remember that my brother Only obtained Tua Little Cross at thirty nine and the Star at fifty six years of age and that., my husband the late Loutit de Nollinger got the Are grand Cross Only ten Days before Bis death with the ready engaged you t what has he Al no a i i j but he asked me just now if 1 had seen the grand Duke s stables he after rims inquired whether i we fond of Danting Irvin my real Vine in the at i to the state apart of dancing the Cotillon with her Ottilie As into in darted a glance and another at who continued conversation with Mademoiselle de Franken Thal. Only four Days before Ottilie had promised to dance the Cotillon on St. Silvester s i Beersdorf who night with Frederic. Deeply As be had just Nule knot of courties by Whon the grand Brace her but found her wrapped in so pro found a slumber that she left the room with out waking her. An animated Waltz bad just formed one of the privileged it seems even. Now Hale their perfume again and the kiss i. Re fused a Frederic if you knew All. I then Felt fell that you never her answer i d you love her Haj replied in a voice hollow from emotion. And did you always love than my life and the used from his eyes attested the truth of Hia. Of Imbat a Prospect of happiness and Ove is opening upon us continued gently laying her head upon Eber scarfs Boulder. We shall pass through life lean no on each other for support. Of god i am to Happy she ceased to speak yet her lips continued to move although no sound issued from them slumber appeared to be stealing Over her when suddenly the first notes of a Waltz were heard and Ottilie As though touched by an Inch Anter s Wand sprang to her feet. Do you Bear Frederic it is the mid night the same that was playe last Der from him mein the Waltz i Best love henceforth you must dance it with me always with and leaning upon Ebert offs re the Cotillon and upon my replying in he added and so am i too it is almost As if he had formative you see Mamma engaged the Mother Shook her head incredulously Ottilie thanks to her knowledge of Good Many of. That Namo in. These parts my is i Don t know Hia other a our Cross and crabbed sort of a Fel Low and they Call him crab suppose i m the 4f. When he was severity five and after he bad been successively cup bearer grand chamber lain and intendant of the court a Madame times Are and the1 old confess Rose and proceeded to shuffle off her i indignation in card rooms. One of the to English had understood to thwart he plans of lady Emily. With what favoured mortal Are Yon dance the Midnight asked the grand Duchess of her Favourite with a smile when at half past eleven the first bars of Der Rosinn mein that Pearl of s Waltzes burst from the orchestra Ottilie had scarcely time to name major Beersdorf when he appeared to claim the fulfilment o her engagement. Those who have not passed some ume o Phe Waltz danced at Midnight on St. Syl Veriet s night is the. Object of every dancer a hpr.auk6 at a Ifft .1 been Gourde it by her the major s politeness Duke we surrounded respectfully waited in Ceil j Nail incr of it a and perhaps another sentiment which he was Ess desirous at that moment of vowing to til is highness had finished speaking of a famous Rabbit Hunt which he was about to led him to bold to Bis ment the Ball from became evident the and at the moment the Cotillon was forming he approached her it is True and reminded Lier o f her Promise. Lla Clib t Walters paused the orchestra became silent entered the gallery. With a bound she double Row of Walters and taking her commen with an impetuosity that adroit led of no pause flying round the Circle a though driven by a whirl wind. Quicker she exclaim tend at and the orchestra precipitated it measure until Frederic could scarcely keep Pace u you must excuse my bad memory sir persons who were seated rushed from going on 6b i jew than i of Yudain hut hav help to ascertain what 1" completely forgotten he Promise which and groups of ladies and gentlemen have taken the trouble to remind me of their convention and Dir octet i have just engaged myself to another per Dering glances towards the object that had 1 Nave Jubi one a j i a female Frederick trembled with rage. R May 1 have the honour of knowing with he inquired endeavouring to a moment advanced to a read Lection throughout Germany ret stroke of the clock wit Iii because at announces the last hour of the year each Cavalier is privileged to kiss his partner Pear the at that part Send fris hand to Ottilie and in the same instant lady Emily and her Mother crossed the gallery and withdrew. Monsieur Beersdorf do me the favour to Lead off the voc iterated the and Frederic immediately placed with the frantic movement. Midnight exhausted extenuate Ottilie Sank Back in his arms. The i in rowed gasping for breath that h set caused this sudden interruption. A female form lightly Clad in White rapidly glided through the gallery and gesture Caus ing All who impeded her Progress to Fallback be walked up to Beersdorf who at the sight of her started As trough he bad beheld a spec tre. Frederic come and said she in a tone of voice so ineffably that the charmed ear Hung entranced upon her accents this time you must Waltz with Ottille was All he Ronld Artie Ottilie my my Only in frenzied straining Ber passionately he joined his lips to hers. A i a piercing shriek rang through he gallery As Ottilie breaking away s Etol Irace fell in at Good heavens i count eafe. Awakened her exclaimed the danger is Orer j Eaid to two. Tor1 nobody will Ever newspaper spa err

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