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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 3, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIn rejected by the last i editors Becia Jav or. Colliery and i Jectura the Renee of Reading old off some diversity of the bet evil 1 editors. The american e to the character of t for himself win mowing the text of any As the Industry an editors have furnish i of various readings a Vav Rich they m the is no longer the vesti Ganjou but As Lucial decision argument of Riese variations Are probability alld 23 Sor the author s Ovi different period., Ai l to Lant Reading will be of it Ader the Zolea Cal Iii. Those notes so much of commentary to explain ant Quata Olit Uri by i Allumns to obsolete habits or history of Ujj whole As condensed 1 pc Micah or. But any c0nl Ion Shau Spearer hmm eve by Imp Ciftci in it did View of the higher Crilio Ltd not on the Isle Prelaj 1-Inginige, but upon Hil i , poetry p3jjj tie Only ii no the the i Eriety of the material Cooj it list a in tiry by the .1 Europe. Still it duly can be sails without swelling an inconvenient bulk 1 publisher i. n. Y. 1 the a i Iii Tail in physicians Hal i Art to lit pct vicious in fluency symptom. St Nie of Worms in Cluren i Luik Virnig Vari Alile an. Do in any feeling at i i i can rna c of Ione have a i Large to i for the fast i i i Lail in a Sini to Elfath. B. Ivi. Suites that to in it one of Brt orc the pub.i1.1. M Viiu i in in in Ivi Jual Mav besaw.nii.irjli.ui.-, nil hate but Community. Are Corro by the Evio me is Medicine and i its Ion an i produce a of the functions of nature pen Ikle Milton. Aged ii years. In i ills of in the pain she character a .yi-.l. Ami numerous a n. . Slip commend us i i last f Turlot. I .-1 i t i la ivc will . Dropsy re i div Roll " of the above i a ii. Violago. V. I. I i hum Sloss ii e Sale at i it i n b u c has Ball tickets Blank labels cards , handbills 4 c a Teu at t11k Oitice of Tioga Eagie neti test manner the l o Vav refined Salt otherwise at printed and published i Wellsborough told him it was imprison not i his old hat was new. Men this Sotny Twenty years ago. The fed Ralis 3 began to fear i final overthrew i ,.j in to keep their party up la look was Blue changed their name a dozen times this old hat was new of his eager since Iblis old hat was new Prtt it were made the Ris lits o Mai Nereo they now deny the name. Are annl 10 to. look just As they did As tins old Hal was new Liat was new v us s he poor if they were caught within Ray bin door i alone were found the , rolled in raffled shirts ,4d hat waa new. I u lil Liat was new non Harry to lie a Dunno Chat a went a stray Secretary ship to sch try lie called a traitor b his old hat was new. Livirt was new Luibry changed his he Oil no decent Man beg a vote now he a stumping round v i nun try How changed ilil3 old hat was new. Ice a but pc and rashly and thai will make there is Arry Hal i in aver Lin Zelie i love t palsy cry wednesday try 3. P. W e in e so at july 3, i 8 4 4 listener seemed embarrassed t know Bow to proceed. Hear n e he said before you form to opinion of my and Fust sewer me a bold question. Have you any Ever seen Man you could love and marry no the blushing nov Momeni s hesitation. And he had now sumptuous court of Napoleon an at f i i.-, Pendant upon a wife who of the beloved court s Gay beholders. As the Montales bowls wards the chateau we Iii Milting floods of Light fro As the Star of All the i strolled to was now e 0 its Many Are Likely to love soon the world once Iree in one evil against which i self your shield. And my your i am Only Sor eed your permission and Aid r. Eked up inquiringly grave of the oblivion of ii Sui v arid Grace to Avert from you i have a hands Ras sment Selle met my de in a my lease u apr. In lint was new president i Ute that he was not Manl 1 in Spile of All Ami Cali t in link they did old hat was new. Hat was new lie was the Man Ashot Iirth abused fed ral i Lan Iii Norful unchanged Rountry to ii her Fri Iid and guard fid was new. Close. And Ine in the ear Scur n. Was her Supi cd sex z Mot Cla Malit Thun listen to my proposal a Forter the incr by .1 1. . T been main York new Mirror. In v old to the in France do of Couise Only i ivc Kripl Eil in a ii ii Niue the Rin o the May be relied i 3. Tii n i Are i Cilious i Lik u la i Beque Nihon and resumed. A tit ii a the in sparkles. For non arli it her biotin is in the Fie and if in fun gird pres no lips there by Ity of Liin guid repose the lines in the future. They arc and As yet inn red and irrepressible Ous of life. Her name is be your m left to l bid m save Fri for Lic by for you. Now. Your n that i that t Noble quire to rear upon f tra Irit i to Fult in Arm will w Wint lows a Young Soldier a Mustache Jusi shading his them from a the Hinl of the Conn Ess pc the mercurial Onusic at Slang fled through the air exclamation Al its in Rollin the countless concealed it band when i the her i ind by trial a her partner. With a gaiety to the count she a Pace and in sacrifice to demand at your the count stopped in almost painful and made Moi Hla Lembert with difficulty or impatience. Physicians Tell he one lower and Calmer that of life is wearing rapidly to a lies its utmost could you live orld without love for one was but an Gourd. He have while i enough for but which for ambitious desires. But it is Flushing in the dazzling r the focus herself of Al to Novelty and Beauty. De Mornay the Counti Ensign in had but his Likely to be called hands looked upon As attract line by any but the most pern own sex he had that Phi Ali Cable something Whie mended him to woman All Earnest. The a ppr of life and honour breathe he seemed Ever hiding pain with Hetta Calm by the Force of a a Neil passion. He prone with conditions conveying it through any Roii Ift and to my widow Only to give in regret deep Sake to say i must wed not answer me revolve this in our fou Start i leave you to Tiki to Morrow. Month at the voice shadowy at the moment the countless stepped to i t r h n in l Raj it nor on Alley of the Garden. From her that shh old the door on the the count Lav on the ground with i opposite Side of the quadrangle was his forehead pressed to the Marble be thrown open and with a boisterous laugh the count sprang into his Phaeton. Follow Destal of a statue and he heard the voice the rustling of a female dress calling to one of party to his companion shrank Bach on the countess and in that and the rattling of i Sabre Chain seeing grecian lip claimed he same in and tinder an Sweet Ness spurs. By Linued the voice in a nine with its pleading not Given to me no no were a child s playing on is if lying neatly with your knowledge the whole no. 307. First Entrance but for the udder Bui at of music from the orchestra heralding be approach of the emperor it would into a hour of spontaneous ave risen in. The emperor came id. A to Ftp. Ing ius onily to v of affected Licke cd her another moment flood countless one ringlet sacred to con i Meni s delay the door of the tone almost Femi waa closed and the Coachman ordered to drive on. The count s whip had waved Over his spirited horses How child s desire but mine though still i Ever and As they stood rearing ant this Ivory shoulder and threatening to escape irom their excited beneath that denied master his Friend sprang to his Side reins were suddenly loosed and which threatened to Lear their backs they leaped Forward. In the next moment the horses of both vehicles were drawn upon their haunches half locked to Gether in the narrow Gateway and with a blow from the Crutch of the old Vele 1 night Neoh Zelie there is no wrong to Mon Alembert in this keep in from his touch Lei him nol breathe upon it Lei nol the Wood blow that Lolet toward him and when z one pm i eyes ass partner he Imperial not to be or dangerous sword me or envied Breeze upon no of the soul of de Mornay bound in it of god Why am i made capable of love like there was no reply and Long Ere Manl Alembert had recovered from his tre that Inex 1 at once com his air was used Deolion the pole and his Friend precipitated upon the pavement. The liberated horses flew wildly through the Gate and then Fol Lowed a silliness like Hal of Midnight the the pavement be sound of their footsteps had died away. I prayed by her profusion of fair locks two it is enough to wait loosened by the Lall Lay a woman in i Oak i _ in inn on time in the present. In the past Man 3 attire the Greybeard like other us Ulii Fucci i it praline of his amazement at these dating words the in i i _. Inglr Licinio in n and future ministers Oul of place Lis heart with usher and Secretary. It was a summer s noon on the Paris. The liveried Lac d in his Voke. Red adoration isl imploring be. An hour newly met bosom of the Hull nol trouble Long e name of Mon Alembi is As s your own and that you v , perhaps Mure than a year per from your first dizzy gaze in world. I shall put to res on you. I have no wish hut y duty to my dead Comrade and to die knowing that you 11 bestow your heart when i am gone. Adieu pantries. He professed eyes alone Large Stradf conveyed language of of that absorbing regard an apparently Calm in impassioned holier of the inter course common to those sufficed to awaken in the remember countless an interest alarming to self and dangerous to her Content As the wife of another. Strange she thought it Haas the Low and deferential to nes of de Ivl Ornay on her ear they seamed to expel rom her heart All had Tion for the splendours of the court. Sign for admiration ant even her Lude for her husband. A hut in the with de Mornay Only was the most to inc is pct that re-1 d orsay of fess Edno Gal i quays of the princely nothing. His lounging by the. Heavy or leaning Over the Massy Para Pel of the River. And True to his wont with the Moon the old Soldier Man s attire the dissolute companion of the count in his Daylight revel. Jan must do without injured himself the count stood a moment abashed and motionless bit the old with folded arms and the re chant of his broken Crutch in his hand looked sternly on the scene and As the servants started from their Stu por to raise the insensible woman the countess Reading her husband s impulse in ins looks sprang from the open door hotels gateways were of i from to Lake creeping irom the in Halides his seat under the carved lion of the Monu Lemberos. He had served under the late Cornand the memory o. Of the Chariot and interposed Between with and re hid count disappeared and. With her Haspell hands pressed la her , the advice paced the Convent Parlour until lie refectory Bell rang o Ner. It de now Forest Paradise Drean is and fancy monks Lemert. F his House was dear to the old Veteran. The Sabre Cut which had disfigured he face was received he said we file fighting Between Mon Alembert at d Flahault an d to see the daughter of the one. And the Gay heir of the other s wife and Fortune he made a daily pilgrimage to the Quai. And sat in the Sun till the countess drove out in her Tia riot. By the will of the first husband of Zelie de Fla Miu the Young de mor of proud a life of any to become her and share r ._________., non. Tuil i t h ii ill 6 him and his intended victim. The High born Grace of a Noble the sol Dierly invalid accepted her followed her to her Chariot and ordered to drive to the Hospital of the inva Linus the coach Ian once More turned slowly to inc Eway the in Fth Fol owing at the Paris was on the qui Vive of expectation for a new Prima Donna was to make her debut before the Roper our. Paris was also on the qui vice for of so but who is there at the right hand of Napoleon smiled upon by the Emu Rouh As the Empereur Seldom with the noblest or Ders of France Star on his breast Mon Alembert Mont Alembert Mon Alembert re sounded from a thousand voices. Was he risen from the dead was this an indignant apparition of the firs husband to re Buke the unmanly brutality of the second would the countless Start at the sight of him look she to the illuminated Box of the Empero in she smiles with a Radiant Blush of Joy and Happi Ness she lifts that unloved and a jewelled hand decorated Only with a Plain Gold ring and Waves in to the waved hand of Mon Alembert the Brave Mon Alembert. For with the quickness of French divination lie whole Story is understood by the audience. And there is a brain so Dull As hot to know that the audacious invalid Veteran was the disguised count watching Over the Happi Ness of her whose Des Iny of love ii had too rashly undertaken to make cloudless at the expense of crush cd heart and usurped Hearth and a Semi death and burial if so much were necessary. But he is a Happy bridegroom now. And Adolphe de Mornay is once More an untitled Ensign plucked for Ever of the Chaste heart and bos urn of the levelled wife of .mo.ilalemberl. himself s of life were fed Only by love when Fountain of love was for wife Ioil in child bed after his return in her. Anil de her in one Day. Never More loved than i a. Surely and lied in out i Man in year never Man More deserved in. Tar the upshot of a certain Mailer from Luve count of As his wife left him the count thrust for Gar lie ing o St. L Demri even Crim june Ith a for fade 511 111 of it ing decl lie i we Cai Viot make the past into rout. Change the tense Ili Mil now or we could not re Iier strange Story. Pierc was a ring Al the Convent door Jyh in ered colonel count to his appointment. I Wincn to the lady abbess to in interview with the daughter Alvs Comrade dead on the Frozen rack of Ilic Retreat from Moscow. Fla liar ill was to him As right hand 10 Liis Tai and As he covered up the Slif Mcneil body with had sworn to devote his life to that child whose name was last on the lips closed for Ever. The count Mon Alembert was fifty and a constant sufferer from is wounds and his physicians had warned him that death was not far off. His bearing was still Noble Soldier by however and his Frank and Clear Eye had lost Little of . 1 wrote to you the particulars of your father s death my said the colonel after the abbess had left them Lone at his request. I could not dwell on it again without More Emo Tion than is Well for me. 1 must be Brief even with what i have to say to his daughter for that too will move me Over much. You Aie very Lovely. Zelie you Are very kind answered the Novice blushing and dropping her Long lashes upon her Cheek. Very Lovely i and must love and be beloved. It is a woman s Des your destiny More than most women a mar beat of l Sho less the the an evening of june in is of Versailles. It was an june also in the pest House of i rus and in the cell of the coned in is. Pelagie time n i Holiday dress visits Andis levelling Bailiff the unhappy any business with t the Gardi is of Versailles were Ning to illuminate and the sky w ii a glory More Festal than the radiance of a my Rind tiring lamps embellishing even Rees and Flowers beyond the mean the work of the Archi the statuary Amoroce stood i his Lund into his of controlled emotion turned aside As if to seek once n Ore the retired Covert he had Letl Bdl his s were altering at the of the Alley he turned again and rapidly to he . Cut Rcd the Saloon trem Klinl to the measured motion of the dancers. J a Hing an Opportunity to. into Vith a gesture subject to the Imperial Accord. Fortune compelled to take the name and title of count , Napo Leon had Given tin rank and As u Mark of respect to the last will of a Brave Man embellished the the Eagle Eye Ftp the corsican read the soul of de Mornay like an Illi Minster Book and knew the he Woutis make of formic and Power. In the quadrangle of the hotel Mon Alembert there were two Carriage a s a in of Zed and draped in an atmosphere the most Beautiful to of the Imperial court became More Raiful As she stepped into the Glare t a i i a ii t s3 sex Mon Alembert so fact flushed but he stepped to a column which supported the orchestra looked on unobserved. Her Tranci Mirent Chei k waa near to the lips of that ins breath must warm in. Her hand was a fussed a. By inc of her gloved Wiist pressed hard upon the of de Mornay. in its in Alley that of fountains. And who of sch the Young coun Mon Alembert just Blooming Nihro close of her first year of Wedlock he count Mon Alembert stepped with her from the Shade of the Orange Grove and without her Arm fell be perceptibly that he might his Eye filled with the Grace of her my Ion without seeming to worship before the world. With every a t Flo of that Cloud he drapery on every twinkling step Ole feet of airy dark flashes beneath Hie Soldier s brow de and drooped if his pulse offi Ife vision were alone governed by her Awan like motion. The count _ _ .1 inc toward him of her symmetrical like two Smuke in in voluptuous lain into t act o in inaudibly to bosom throbbed Vest. She it ii a slight Sway a vast and away paths uniting away in of Movern enl ves murmur the crowd Cheeks and cyrs in i passionate neigh a. Vilf and flualec1. Inc wife and Friend Moni Leml Zed Commerce of tie Al chased each Oil eating Ai Ress. Her Waist s in the More f the music. Rated from her to Naples to his. She irked her Swan like neck backward and with a look of r Leasure which was had forgotten that he was to die. I allotted to him by his phys cans passed and far from falling Grad Lully to his figure had straight eled and his step grown firm and his. Creek and lip and Eye had brightened Vilh returning health. He had drank from love. The Superb Zelie Hac oved grateful and devoted and at the chateau of Mont Alembert in Souther Rahce she had seemed Content Lohy with him and him Only the most As Nous of nurses in All her glorious Beauty. But though this was Paradis the count his reason not his hear Ert in the author world. Their or advancing re the folds of Hor As drawn close to exciting passages her of a smile gave drilling Wedlock of Ler eyes half drop Goze menu were separated into iwo entirely distinct establishments. In one suite the Young count to live at his pleasure in if Ureon and in the other the mixed Hospital ties of the House were and the countess there and there Only at Home. At this to the court was ringing with the Meiry laughter of the count ? for he Iii a Bachelor party to Bieak Fasi and the wine Al that Early hour of the Day to have taken the ascendant. The carriages of the bacchanalian lined one Side of tire court and the modest Chariot of he countess stood alone at the door on the other Side Loril was near the hour for promenade in the chums Elysses. It was an hour after noon when the countless descended. She came slowly drawing on her Glove and the old sol the at the hotel Mon Alembert had been followed it is by open War Between the count countess and determined to carry his Defiance the dissolute husband had to his associates that he would produce Al the opera in a Bix opposite to his wife the same person those appearance she had resented and n he same attire. It was presumed by the Graver courtiers who had Neard his that the actors in this brutal scene. O a f in should be carried out would lie arrested by the Imperial Juard. The overture commenced to n crowded House and before it was half playe the presence of Pattion in a conspicuous left Circle Drew the. Allt nation of every Eye. The Monu lamberts wore the one subject of conversation. The Sud Den disappearance of the old count his death in a Distant province his will relative to his widow and de Mornay the death of a Miter. A m Mun n a d 2 1th a French Piper an a ,1, Aih of an Oil mendicant la Liik Rizic Ker Erinn who in moments called her sister i i a wheeled a a list the count and his com Box on the nit Iier of the , and a a to have the cup she then wore by inc Willur. Mimi Iii n irom one who had been a Friend to her. A Lew moments Aller she expired the sister wishing to retain the band of the Cap commenced separating h and in so i doing Bills to the amount of Hundred Ami ten florins a sum e 4u. To Avo vanes. _ Helix pc this specie 5 c death is quite common in All countries we have our share of such human an old. Care worn and attenuated looking old Man w upon the Steps of our Public build in hindi c l life Anil ies. Vul sits crawls an alms m m Al z ii ii Iii luxuriant tresses herself up to the music and motioned and bathed in of Berjv Lorna s. Mon ale Rotbert 3 face was pallid and his Eye on fire. The cold sweat stood on his forehead. He Felt i ranged though the id saw All. With his concealed ii i i cd p Dicran the Gate Rose quickly to his Leel and leaned Forward to gaze on she had changed since the death of her father s Brave Mon Alem Jert to whom she owed rur Fortune. But she1 was still eminently Beautiful. Thought perhaps sadness had dimmed to a Sweet melancholy the Bright spar Kle of her glance and her month no longer fiercely spirited was firm but genteel. Her curtains Worl hand he clenched his breast till he Drew blood. A pause in the my and a sudden agony All the particulars of that curious inheritance of wife and Fortune by writ ten test Amelr were passed from lip to there was a pause at the close of uie overture. The House was silent occupied partly in looking at the auda Cious count and his companion partly the Entrance of the injured countess. A sudden Light illuminated the empty Box shed from the lobby lamps upon the curtains at the opening of the door and the countess Mon Alembert with every Eye in that vast Assembly Bent anxiously upon her. But How radiantly Beautiful and Bow strangely dressed. Her Toilette was that of a Bride Orange Flowers were Woven into her Long Raven tresses and her irom the charitable purse of every passer by is we Are correctly owner of Severia houses in Oliver which he collects considerable another who is crippled Possession of i esp table follows the same ate who from Are poorer not Hare a work House y. A. Tie atmospheric the new York Sun has seen a letter dated London May giving Somo interesting statistics of the atmosphere rents. But is in the competence occupation. There thus extort Money the generosity of hundreds who themselves. We a detailed statement is Given to show the working of the atmospheric railway from which it Apic railway. Jears that the entire Cost of propelling the of Sable lashes sic thought of receiving his wife p Ham Lembert fled id the open air from the hands erf be Mornay Monla a i hour ask a heaven for myself it is Irue it not much for you to give said a moved languidly Oyer her drooping Eye. She looked like one who was subdued in her Hopes not in her courage and like one who had shut he door of her heart upon its fires to let them Burn on but in Seoi it. She was dressed More proudly than of Aily and she. Wore upon her breast one memorial of her first own Black Cross that he had worn in Battle and in the few Happy Days of hurled lock and which he had sent her from his death bed. Robe of spotless White was folded across her bust with the simplicity of girlhood. White Rose Bud breathed on her bosom and bracelets of pearls encircled her wrists of Alabaster. And her smile As she took her seat and looked Arontt upon her of that was Brida unlike any Simm train on the former is five Pence half look known Latel upon her joyous Radiant Blissful As the first hour of acknowledged love never had Zelie de Flahault looked s triumphantly Beautiful. The opera glasses from every Corner of the House remained fixed upon her. A murmur arose gradually a murmur of Admira Tion succeeding the intent wonder of her Enny Sterling per mile while in Aller it is 151. Sterling per mile. This calculation embraces the Cost of constructing the roads interest or capital expenses of working Wear and tear of machinery 4-e. But there is one fact yet More startling the Raie of Speed obtained on the Ordinary or slow rail Vav at a Cost of fifteen Pence per mile is Twenty five Miles per hour while the Rale obtained on the atmospheric a Cost of five Pence Haf Penny per mile Miles per hour this is truly a wonderful jump in the arts if it proves successful. It gues double the velocity at one third the Cost. The subject is now timer investigation by a committee of the House of commons on granting a charter by parliament for constructing an atmospheric lice on the Corydon 11 Ine spa ferr Ine spa ferr

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