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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 22, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAgriculture and amusement. Deed to Newt politics whole a. 336 Wellsboro wednesday Jan. Dollar an4 fit fifty deducted gandf6f Gas actually in a tinted option of the editor not exc ceiling twelve and for Ion Twenty five hot Icese inserted for seventy five delts. Their end obtain. From the London Jot Ernul d e d. Impi has Liis Agni sir median weary pain Lover Long doth languish yet none their end obtain. A Nisi f Irmer reaps Ile their end obtain. V i it truer re w a a Good Sto if , told. On the third of january during the cold which reigned so severely in Paris the moment the Snow was falling in heavy Straw in several places served to cover her hands but certainly not to e Izard them from the cola Maivold worn to the last extremity was thrown Over a faded gown of dark and her whole appearance betokened the absence of any warm garment. The . Would have been struck by the extreme Beauty of her features had there been ii is they fare. In Furrow like his Grain i .1 -1 f. Lie i of y life borrow end us Iii. Them Down to slumber ilm Stone Jit unknown. Lad what Ilins could Ili a follow such quest i Fuhai Flint a dreams and that i Bueti them of theil test Ruwet wealth or love or Teadie could be sought beyond some treasure. Koine nhan Ioui of the thought. thus truth confess la lid. Of Rinir. to find Wadi heaven alone the Calm and Happy nit Iid. From the evening Mirror the three meetings. They met in passionate embrace. And Young love s warm cares. And hand in hand was fondly cd spec Aii l to lip pressed and vows of innocence Ami Lovo soft , Anil toiled Wal Tissys pure drops of fresh y fallen Dew. To by not in Friend hip s to Imam i hgr Nolc Wool on i Ernie and by inn Rye w the meaning glance of King inf the while to and Trio 110 passion Stirr d Tho Pieart the memory of Ilie Post flail o or Ali air Kindred a of la ulcer in Sumii cast. 1 by too her at last had wiled she passed As tho1 she knew him not he turned away and smiled Titi the last Ripple of the Stream Ai the cold i ctr King s breath stemmed the Swift current of life Anil locked it up in death. J. I and the Rue de j Sec. What s the matter asked a Bun be an in habitant of the South of France. Really can t inform you was going to ask the question Only a Man who has fallen on who had Over Jorn As to me i have nothing left and unwillingly i am forced to renounce the favor designed for me. You will Pardon me Madame for leaving Paris without paying my respects to you but should fear after having seen Jour daughter to carry with me a keen regret which might trouble the Calm of on existence now consecrated to labor. Farewell then Madame behave me to be penetrated with every sentiment of respect for you and to remain your most hum ble Annj obedient servant the Young girl paused a moment after Reading the note and then raising her to meet her mothers she remarked As she Lence succeeded Tor a Short Wai Jules who Broko it. A said he suddenly rising i perceive that t yesterday refit you my re intended Oil i toy Itte and the to or cent her far univ Winch her Aid never would have reached. With emotion perhaps Yon have replied twp ing Tow As yours vah you Nave. Spade of part of family for such a Long ume Anna in enunciation of a Ike of happiness and he took it her hands those of a de Hazeli teen wit teis let from the Grace be repeated As he slightly touched it with the Finger of Bis right hand with a look of me to destroy the indeed but Seldom to be met with but when seen is irresistible. At last her self Impo old Arian and stooping Down toward him no does her head kindly As she uttered the words will soon return Tenn Over i she then took up a Small Case which she said an Orange woman who Naci Over i heard the More m two i Hail put Down on her Entrance and saluting the stranger she left the room and descend placed it on the table j a you not. Think Mother that this letter is perfect except the too High opinion expressed of me i really think that m Barsac writes with the utmost sense. I almost regret that i have not seen a Man whose conduct is actuated by such honorable motives this said Madame reveal mournfully certainly augments my regret. 1 feel that i could have now i who can doubt that it was not auspice in a Happy one loved this what a different he these have Stop but the fact is wife is wait Cut and come again. A us Chartres the n. O. Pica dress in diversity of Hue it s one of them cursed omnibuses which has overturned some poor wretch. I had my leg broken by one two years ago by wrapped up i hand kerchief up to his nose and his hands fixed in his Side pockets it s no such thing. In s a Man struck with cold and hunger is evident. Poor Man things quite affect me i should Ped to lend some assistance i am too late As it is. For my ing dinner for me. Pardon Mil me to stranger however to whom this re i quest was addressed pushed the Stout Man in contrary direction and pressed through the crowd of gazers until he , with out difficulty at. Ali this assemblage was dying. There near the Fountain was extended on the ice an old Man scarcely covered with a few rags. The stranger yielding Only to the dictates of a kind heart stooped Down and was in the act of. Raising the unhappy Man when a cry broke the silence of the crowd and a Sweet voice exclaimed with deep emotion it s my poor old Man at this same moment a Young girl piercing the crowd joined her feeble Aid to that of the stranger. Know him then he demanded without looking at the new Comer but in trying to prevent her from having any share of the Burden. Yes and no she replied taking out a smelling bottle. I know him by sight but am ignorant of his a third person came to add his assistance to the efforts of the Young people. It is old he said. He must have gone out this morning the first time three or four Days. This Way said he speaking to the Porter of the House. Come let me take your place my Little continued to to the Young girl this gentle Man and i can take him to his room at the top of the House. It is sheer want that reduced him to this state. They say he was Orice Rich and 1 believe it for it is Only the Rich Vjio allow themselves to Amish from hunger when they Are poor we have still two stories to 50 would guilty of a foolish act 1 would at the idea of being obliged to work for your i. On the contrary shall not return Lor 1 leave Paris this hut you shall soon he then pressed tie old poor Mother How said Anna unlike Why what is it after All for Bear from me. Man s hand and departed. When he Emero of from the Gateway of the House into the yourself Stree that hopeless of seeing his Yourg Merly i embroidered to amuse myself now in the work of Benevolence in which i do the same to contribute to your combo t. Be had been engaged he still could not avoid the latter will surely be the More agreeable tie Nao. Yeeu 6 b i can do it now to much More cheer looking round to see if by Chance she was j us ice i can u a still insight. As Chance would have was standing As if undecided at the door of a jeweler s shop at some distance. At last Monsieur per i appeared to have formed her determination for she opened the door and Nalvina the cause of his a gesture Lull Olna i ing to her intended added in a Low it is he who took yoitnn., i vhf. You recollect him.? Ahr you that Jou owe Youir life if you Only View and to forget that it was Ever i am indebted to you looking from one Tedy to the other and tee we will More and shall ing no sign of opposition he lore it Down have time to Tell you Alt the Middle ami1 threw portions into tree Jules came Forward to present the pen to fire he Wate fied them until the flame had his Bride and they lion ringed the seized on every part and As if Content i. Contract. Formed " Uhd Fet such that it was wholly and irrevocably destroyed be approached Madame reveal and Bent his knee before her As she regarded alternately with the utmost satisfaction her daughter and him whom she would have Chogen for her i son in Law if had been in her Power. Or if the memory of this unhappy letter cannot altogether pass if part lived in of it must still remain if your remembrance great a liking to a Beautiful Little link Only of the words which say if your thai she look her Home had her a fighter and myself had been i at length adopted Herbt we Are acquainted and know each other Al Ner daughter. Chat Early As if we had never been apart. Do Sian Loy received the o separate those whom Charity has United Young English Laly of a Gipsy Story. A lady of rank and happened 10 have no children and who fully. Look i have disposed of the Collar and she showed the empty Case which she brought in and Here s the Price obtained for placing three pieces on the a Light Knock at the door interrupted the of the shop and observed what was going on within. He saw the Young girl take off her he Daz Anstoc Ratic hand she Drew with Home emotion a ring from her Finger and presented it to the per son at the counter. He took it examined it carefully rubbed and tested the Stone arid Ihen methodically took out a Small pair of Scales and having1 ascertained the weight offered his customer a Price which it was tune no visit bad broken their Solitude. Go and open said the lady with a smile she obeyed and the open door gave in trance to a Man whom she immediately rot cognized As the stranger who had assisted in poor old sufferer the countenance of Mademoiselle revia at once assumed a Gravie and severe express Sion. Her Mother perceived the before she could make an inquiry Insp the the stranger advanced and saluting her o t separate those whom Charity Das Unea. I Young English ia3y of rank and just now called Mademoiselle by the name new up to be a Beautiful Ivetti inform of sister let me Call her by another name accomplished girl. In Thuc not less kind but More of wife of Good cause Miri entered lha no resembled a dropped in not be once take Carp Bonnet a Lant Wil i a As thai who pc p try Ivetic Lover pot i run in inv a inc a toll liar on his Chin As of i in of a Crow Jim ii i Neil to pick it Uji u to Hir he you have lost your evil i Frau in to restore it to you. I say yur nil Madam you know Ujie v a wit s a h Lia a incl he laughed Al he assumed to be his own Sinhart said the lady taking her of him and i irs same author Kii in cont Pioci with your quo that a a excuse me sir. If while thanking fur my plume Candor compels me 1 upon v Iii As theg Ireen w kind of a sapling parental advice. Another word Keepe Dick 1 be r Back to the Sun. Drink mix year Licker nor sit year Back to. The the won t put be under the As Orn Arient to is a summary p Etc plots a Queen of Cleopatra by name. He had been the wife 6f three Kings Syrio and Mother of four. Two of a she had Gol assassinated murdered one of her sons Ami Inie def 80 to do with he poisoned Straw go to the mayor and demand Aid. The stairs arc so a step it is dark can t Well see it. It is Dif Ferent with Rne i am used to the that a the door. Push he never needed a key to lock property poor Man. They say Gerald is not his How cold it is up Here under these tiles they placed the old Man on some in one Corner of the Garret and the strange hastened to feel his he is dying o cold and said he Here my Friend Here s some Money for you bring up some soup some wine and some the por Ter held out his hand for the Money be the stranger suddenly exclaimed after Bavin searched his pockets. Good they have taken my acid his feature expressed must vividly vexation and fear of the old Man s recovery. I will get cried a gentle it was that of the Young girl who had Fol Lowed them unperceived. She hurried out of the room and returned speedily for she perceived that the slightest delay might be a easy to see she accepted from the movement of assent with which she Bent her the jeweler opened a drawer and counted out some Money which he pushed Over the coun Ter and having written Down her name and address he East the ring into another drawer among a Heap of jewels of All forma ors. The girl then departed and in Ute afterwards the Young t in a Short time afterwards she turned a Plain looking House in one of the streets of be Rue St. Honore and opening the door of room on the rez she Eniero hastily crying Here 1 Atn dear fou must have been uneasy a my Long a it Adaine reveal the person to whom these ords were appeared infirm Tho More from trouble than years. She was Trel bed on a sofa and appeared in delicate health. Her features usually Pale assumed an appearance of animation when her Daugher entered and then immediately became More sombre than before. Dear she i have an unpleasant piece of news to with to was this perhaps that made me tear your return than take note of your prolonged a Anna having cast on h her shawl and Bonnet immediately seated herself on a Low Stool near the end of the sofa which sup the latter passed with respect said Madame you Are i Jere sume the Mother of this Young lady Madame reveal made a sign of assent and pointed out a chair to the stranger. He took it and continued Chance this morning brought Mademoiselle and myself in affording assistance to on Unap i have no Fortune to offer her but i feel myself animated by double courage and Hope. For her for you Madame who will never quit us i will work with Energy and determination and i feel that i shall succeed in my efforts. Of Madame deign to answer me but you give consent to my and you Anna what do you say ked Madame reveal As she held out the other hand to her daughter. He e i Ever any other will than yours dear Mother and be pressed the hand to her lips. You consent then said Jules then you will allow me to present you this ring As a Mark of our he banded her a Little ring set round with Turquoise. It is Anna s said Madame reveal with Surprise. Said Anna quite confused i was obliged to sell it to replace the Money i had received for my it that i discovered it was in purchasing your address although you entered in the jeweller s Book Only the name of Anna. It course of time a you Reg Man family became attached to wished to marry her. Tie idea re however this Pian approached the Rod of its execution., Melan became the Young Hindo Tanee Bride j acid one Day to terror other Foster Mother and her Belh rolled band she was found to have de. It that there had been gypsies a the a search was set on foot and Stanley was discovered in the arms of a Long Brown ugly Gipsy the cd the band. She declared she his wife and no one had a to take her from him and the Ben fac Tress and he bridegroom returned in Charlotte afterwards Beanie to visit them and told grew up she Lead left Noreh and More con fined within the Walls of the an irresistible longing had. At length seized her to return to her wild Gipsy fellow she had chosen ported her Mother s head. Her. Hand affectionately Over the dark hair of her daughter and continued you know that your father had promised your hand to the son of m Barsac of Bor Deaux his oldest Friend. The death of your lengthened illness which has so reduced not overcome my i could live in Hope of by of interrupted the Young girl whose neck were covered with blushes at this allusion to adventure i not had time to Tell you All about it. Do you remember tie poor old Man who generally took up Bis station at the door of our hotel formerly t he always wore a Green Over his eyes his face from tie passers by and held a Small Basket of matches in Bis interrupted Madame reveal in her turn i remember him Well your father Al ways dropped some Money into the Basket when returning from the bourse. Always to Call Bilpoo Roll Man Yore As you were delighted a giving him every thing you scraped since our departure from the hotel we have asked each other a Hundred times what could have become of him said Madame reveal with evident interest. Well Mother i found him to Day at last but in such a state of wretchedness that 1 was really shocked stretched on the Snow dying absolutely of cold and hunger and without the kind assistance of this Man he must have perished where he to this ring that i owe the happiness of again beholding he took As he spoke the unresisting hand of the Young girl and placed on her Finger tha pledge of their Union. You used Little the same evening in order to fulfil the Hene Vole it intentions of m. Barsac who was obliged to leave town for Bordeaux Anna re turned to the old Man s lodgings. He was no longer to he found he had disappeared without pointing out his new abode a month after in the Humble lodging of Madame reveal a few were assembled to witness the signing of the marriage contract before the notary who soon made his appear Ance he was followed by an elderly Man richly attired. As he latter was not introduced no persons took much notice of him for each was too much occupied with the ceremony for which they had come together. Madame reveal was still an invalid and her daughter of ated near her. Jules Barsac was standing on the other Side the notary placed his portfolio on the table and took from it a contract of marriage which he proceeded to read aloud. After having Spe the Little property of the bridegroom v1 f for her husband was said one of the wildest and ugh Jedi of the. Tribe and to treat and delicate wife in the most barbarous Man Ner he was pome Lime after condemned to be hanged for Shefi hut his wife through the influence of her de procured the commutation of his sentence to that u Rio Fine ment in the hulks. During the Tinie of. His imprisonment she constantly and visited contrived in him gentle rather without said the Young much courage As Long As the seeing you one a Rich and Happy under Protection of a worthy husband. This very lady morning the scaffolding of happiness which her instead. Voo be the Hen Whan hitched out a fell to to our Tal. A woman followed her bringing fire and Wood with which she lit a fire Andt Hen tired. The Young messenger was loaded with a bottle of wine a Small loaf and the Wing of a fowl wrapped up in a piece of newspaper. She placed the whole near the Olaf Mari Ikid then kneeling Down arranged the fire and stirred it to a Blaze. The old Man by degrees recovered Bis sen ses be was presented with food in Small quantities and in a Short time animation was restored too weak to thank his tors he could Only express feelings by looks Tif touching gratitude particularly when they rested on the Young girl still occupied near Hearth. To the Stran Ger she appealed nothing else than a Charm Ingvid mysterious vision. Who could this re of creature Bei who so earnestly and of 1 loved so much to build up for you the ground. This letter addressed old habitation ought to have come to hand. Here read it Anna took the letter which her Mother held out to her and looking at the signature remarked it is from m. Jules Barsac him she then read the contents aloud Long As Fortune smiled on Man earnestly. I could do nothing for 1 had lost my purse. To you and you alone he indebted for life. Continued he .11 a different tone seeing the Bright color mounting rapidly to Anna s face it is not for the purpose of disclosing to this the secret of your Good actions that 1 have followed you Here it is to request you to take the trouble of buying a bed and some other Little necessaries for this of misfortune. Here Are a Hundred he went on to detail the Fortune of the Madame reveal makes Over to her daughter the sum of 3.00w. Per you Are making a mistake child francs that you will have the kindness for this Pur pose. I Pray you to believe that if i was p not me thought with Light on Section defy devoted her time to a work of Chanty when her attire gave Indica lion of privation. And penury now As the Wiat h or Bonnet which encircled her irate e a stranger n Paris and on the Point of it this very evening j would not take this Liberty with persons to whom i am unknown. I Trust that you will excuse my there is no necessity to offer any on the contrary interrupted Madame. Reveal formerly in eed i did the notary without paying any attention o this interruption continued per ear arising from Motley in the Public funds or which Here Are the saying this he displayed the coupons on the Able and Madame reveal her daughter and Jules Barsac ill Madea movement As if about o speak when tie aged stranger arose and made a sign for them to remain silent. Sur prised at ibis interference they awaited with interest. The result of this strange scene. What 1" said the old Man with a broken Dandelias co has draw., on ours and As a Man of Honor i deem store you your Promise. If your having selected Elvic a i if and myself were acquainted and if Mutual of _. _ f Nfn Lafton myself bound to re i of to Complete a benevolent action y now said the Young Man with a hesitating and timid manner Al it Only re for me to daughter Union l worm have Bent a you Madame and prayed you to wait until bad repaired our disaster but have i the i a Tab Call on another to Partaka in my to i even know what space of time it May taste to acquire a Fortune worthy of that which you have lost he that u above Cah Only Tell. Your daughter brought up under your protecting care is As i form Etui both amiable and Lovely. Who thew then who will not be prompt and Happy voice and addressing Anna do you not remember Yov poor old while she was looking earnestly at him trying to read in his venerable countenance the Marks of misery and he continued you have then forgotten ten of daily kindness you have forgotten the 3d with the assistance Jou gave so fire Tea wine and fhe ways to improve his situation with out the Savage manifesting i return the smallest goal etude. He accepted her Marks of fit Cottor. As a Tri Bute Hue from frequently even during her visits ill treated her. De inca swiftly however his be anon her Foster Feather former Lover to their in his favor. At the very non ii t of his Charlotte was hastening to meet him across the Plank placed from the boat to the Shore the ravage repulsed her. So she fell into the water. She was drawn out again but could not be induced to leave him and returned to her Fonner will Way of Kef in the new Forest and the fears of London. I saw the portrait of Charlotte Stanle which was preserved by the Lier South. Her Story is a kind of in of Preciosa and night make an Ihle resting romance., thes Southampton is 8aidfhava not been Moie fortunate Voith the gip sies we pin different. Times they have put out 19 Perriee than Wasi the Bene aft Tiess of for ii return sooner or to their wandering life. Of january opportunely the Ann a cry of astonishment Brolie from the Straner. The daughter of m. Reveal o Bordeaux who lost his Fortune by trusting i a i Rind and died of _ alas you have but too truly stated the Case. How does it happen that you Are quainter with these i am Jules said the Young Man in a voice scarcely audible to i i went and placed her 1 i 1 it. Wing of a fowl wrapped up m a pieces of a newspaper All fog Otto Well Tea very piece of newspaper is the very cause of All my misery being at an end. In an advertisement which it bore i read the Pittl licence that a French gentleman nagged fran Cois de Chazel Lor years seeking in vain for his brother Chaviel ruined like him in the revolution and that by his will be an advertisement to be inserted every week for years said a lecturer to a Brawny chested fellow Phenomena in an adult is indeed what uie Devil do you Call an adult shouted the Volow. An professor an adult me an adult do you interrupted the fellow knocking the eject re s be Cartes Mlo the Middle Mohe Tacvor stole anything in my life. Be you Call me such Dit Graceful run never int tried the lecturer As Fie re burnished his and took a Pinch of snuff. Fri is p

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