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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 18, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrepared to received att be Storsin the Mollo eat be form their friends 1 Iowa county that a and Well a hardware pied by messes. I above the Eagle o Purchase Are re our Stock before e flatter ourselves that will be Satis be Happy to see All All. Ban t can Tiv Arn Ngel he saluted in place of his brother whose vague glance seemed lost in the in the past. Opposite the Jim prior was la tit his aug de Camp an Aimont Soldier who seemed Alread 10 snuff the an of Battle lie was smiling Loo the Pooi fellow As if he had Long to live All this Lam Cal for about a minute then the whip the horses weighed and it ill disappeared like o vision about three after evening some people Arnvid Horn St Quentin they said As they tame Awa they had heard Cannon the morning of the 17th a courier arrived who so Allied All along the Load the news of the Victory the Isth nothing. The Vigue re mors Vevi e , coming no one know whence. It was said that the Emper or Avis at Brussels. The Aoth. Three men in rigs two Avo guided and ruling jaded All covered with foam entered the Lown and were Antly surrounded by the whole population and pushed into the court Yard of the town House these men hardly spoke French. They were i believe westphalian belonging somehow to our army. To All our questions they Only Shook their Heads sadly and ended by confessing that they had quilted the Field of Battle at Waterloo at eight o clock and hit the Battle Vas lost when they came away. It Vas the advanced guard of the fugitives we would not believe them. We said these men were prussian spies Oleo to could not Fine army which we bad seen not be destroyed. We wanted to put the poor Fellows into prison so quickly had we forgotten 13 and 14 to ret member Only the years which had gone before 3iy Mother ran to the fort where she passed the whole Day knowing it waa there Ibe news must arrive it were. During this time i looked on the Mips for Waterloo the name of which even i could not find and began to think the place was in Igi Narv As was the men s account of the himself no matter i won t stand Ori Ceier Nony with Beirut i Ful As Martelle s and mrs. Wiring Ham s Skul to say nothing of nature s could make Hei looked pcs. Lont nere on the evening of the she stood in i the Blaze of one end of her splendid drawing room and the gaily dressed figure that hovered around her in. Addition to chg Coronet of diamonds thai circled her fair Biow gave the air of a Sovereign receiving homage of her devoted subjects. The persons she Battle. At four o clock More fugitives arrived who confirmed the news of the Fust Comers. These were French could give All the details which were asked for. They up peeled what the others had said Only adding that Napoleon his brother were killed this we would not believe Napoleon might nol be invincible Invulnerable he c or timely was. Froth Leible and Dis to come in until ten o clock that night. At ton o clock at night we heard the noise of a Caringe. It stopped and the Poat mister went out with a Light we followed Hirr As he ran to the door to ask Lor news then he stalled a step Bick and cited it s the Empe ror i got on a Stone Bench and looked Over my brother s shoulder. It was indeed Napo Eon sea de in the Sime Corner in the same uniform his head on his breast As before per hips it is Bent a Little Loviei but there was not a line in his countenance not an Alcied feature to Maik what were the i clings of the Gambler who had just hiked and lost the world Jerome and Leto it were not with him now to Bow and smile in his Sci oink was gathering together the remnants of the army. Lot Ort had been Cut in two by a Cannon Ball. Napoleon i fled his head slowly Taokiu around As if rousing from a dream then with his Brief strident Whit place is this How Manj leagues from from Tell the Post boys logo and once More he Flung himself Back in the Cuner of his carnage his head falling on his Chest the horses earned him away As if they had wings. The world knows what had taken plice Between those two apparitions of is Apolzon most Desirea to see were i Kendall s band had arrived Wellei had surpassed himself in the arrange ments of the supper table. Her Triumph was Complete. The evening Vas far most of the guests were assembled. An unusually loud ring turned mrs Lon Mere s expectant gland to the door. She would rather have seen a ghost than which a a Jedi us outre sunday Best presented itself to her View. How do you do your voc iterated i. Badge a the moment he distinguished Lis. In orthere. De lighted to you so earn Jug by seizing the lady s hand in his own he gave it an unusually Lusty shake miss Lon Mere at that moment crossed the loom Badger let go of the Mother s his Way through the crowd and striding up to the fan Young girl loudly accosted her by name. The frightened Maiden Drew Back repressing a cry of astonishment the guests Rose to Survey the strange whose appearance created such a sensation. Or. Lon Mere who from the Bick Pitlor heard that there was some Dis turn once Little suspecting its nature now Limo Neelly made his appearance Badger pounced upon his Hund the in Stant it was in Licach. Delighted to see you my dear Fel ova or. Lon Mere was a look at last he Drevy Badger Al Arm into his and led him to a More i tired part of the next room. Really Bauger this in Rubibn is be3 Ond not so much beyond endurance As being kept Negm Guhe Bell half an hour Day of a cold Winter morning ind then finding the door remain shut. You should keep bcttq1 servants deaf fellow indeed j of but or. But my dear if of Don t my company you know How to get rid from scr Cut monthly Al Agazine. An inconvenient by Helweil by Holey. Concluded troublesome sir Why i never angrily began or Lor Mere Why Don t Jou pay him Frank Aid have done with whispered mis. La Mere tears of mingled Pis Sion and Molli fiction rolling Down her checks Fei Mil me to my own of Fuis Madam without your i Teifer ence mis Lon Mere weeping left the room. Badger Call upon me to Morrow it ten and i Pio Misc to pay for those confounded cd pets i can t stand and the China to if then Good morning Don t fail me i Shan t fail you Jou May be sure great count Raj coun try with these words i Badger took his leave but not without first insisting on a Hearty shake of his need s hand. The next a morning Al ten precisely one of the numerous Bills in or bad gris hand against or Lon Mere was defrayed. This Vas but a Diop in the bucket. Three or four More visits to the House was made the waiter had Learnt his ring or Dis covered his presence through some secret loophole. He never gained admittance. But As or. Badger himself expressed it he Vas not the Man to be baffled. Lie wailed a full month for a Good Opportunity of putting his men is designs into execution. By mrs. Lon Mere issued cards for a which she hoped to assemble the the Ehle of the City. Of course she must have forgotten my argued or. Badger to Why i see very Little use in not of living in the style we have Bee i doing since every need Worth having has dropped us. Ever since that Munfor Lunate mrs. Weather cock . Graceton and and mis. Delemere and set never been near us. And Laura s Lover. Or florentine never called after he met Badger did he i stipulate never of see any of them if i can Only be sure i have taken my last look of Ger s j i May Promise you with safety Niy shall claim no further for Enship with us and the next time Lyon find me running into any unwarrantable extravagance just whisper in my ear will you re member your Friend tie cd Lector. Of it. I never come to a party to which people have forgotten to Send me inv italian. Unless 1 carry such an invite As this in my positively you shall have the Money if you will Call at Rny office to Moi Row thai s All i i la just stay to get a Little refreshment and then off Lor i Don t admits late hours myself. Great country this great i while his conversation was iwas go ing on the whisper of who 1st he what is he Ian around the rooms As there Are keys to the piano. I should t wonder if he Vas a said one. Really what shocking people to visit i shall drop them after i can t imagine who he listed an intellectual looking gentleman who had been evincing some Dext Euty in keeping out sight. Ii Suvira. Badger the squeaked the cracked voice Oca gossip old maid. I be heard he Confer Here every div. They say their s not an article in the House paid Hove Drea Catul bul it s what i sus so did Altaj s the lady would have continued to prove her prognostic Ting sagacity had not mrs lot intercut that heart Igloe i Marks around her fallen into violent Hist Ricks. She was carried out followed by her husband and daughter i their absence most of the guests dispersed. But us or. Badger had recognised All his particular funds shaken hands with them and told them what a great coun try they lived 11. A couple of months after the above occurrence the following conversation took place Between or and mrs. Lori Mere. I am so Happy said the lady that we Aye to have the lion to Morrow and that you will really pay those Horny Bills and let me live in though we have to it in stems. The message of the govern or of Iowa is concise and Princi Pally taken up Home affairs. Th6 population of the Tuni tory is speedily uie Rea King and its prospects Are cheer ing. The to it by the indians. Amounting to ten millions of acres Aie described As being Fertile healthful and offering every induce ment for Early settlement. Old a Florida paper Stales their now resides in Itu Man and his wife whose United Ages Are two Hundred and Twe Tity nine years. The old gentler Man s name is Daniel Campbell. He was United to has present wife ninety four years ago in the Isle-1 of sky in Scotland. He emigrated to this coun try several years before the revolution and was about fifty years old when it commenced. He is now 117 3 ears old and his wife the methodist of Boston to have Jubilee on thursday. Fifty years ago the first class of twelve members of the methodist Church was formed in Boston. Defaulters to appears froth a site mint transmitted to the Missouri Assembly by the auditor of pub he accounts that their Are the nov one Public defaulters in that stale princ Rev Lue All of w ho1 occurred since 1s35. Pally collectors of e Deal cations have a new benevolent society for the prevention of cruelly to piano Fortes has just been organi and in Boston. Pleasant. When fellow was in Lon he entered a Church Mormance by the Ehi of pm psal m of i professor Long on last summer and the first per in was he singing e. Spa Trig of Pennsylvania s nine Hundred Miles of canal do Solle says unfortunately Aie nol yet paid for and god Only knows when they will be. One who understood Mankind very truly blow in choosing a lend and slower to change him Cor imitate but few slight no Mai for poverty nor esteem any one for his wealth. In a printing office or. Editor i have stepped in in or Der to have my paper stopped. L the times Are so hard that luxury of one newspaper is All that i can possibly afford what other paper Are you taking a a i Don t exactly pay any paper myself but a have the Reading of or. C s. Eveaj week before he wants to use it bad news for it to said that manufacturers of Nottingham and Dei by England Are endeavouring to bring out coals and browsers Woven in the Frame ands Liat they Are sanguine of ultimately accomplishing their Pur pose. The citizens of Norfo k and ports month have tinder consideration of a proposition to loan the Portsmouth and Roanoke Railroad company the sum of 1 for the purpose of immediately completing and freeing the company from embarrassments. Death by a fall on tra ice. Or. We Pratt lately fell on the ice at Boston arid died in Coob Squeve of the fall
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