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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 21, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaDiffs Spring Sash and store. Village Tioga moved above amt i or other place in of Leeier Tad fas. And summer goods part of tha Latinette goods for summer hurting and mull and Jackonette of silk and Cotton handler do Youj. De Jaine is primed Momiko apron Crape Bonnett a Horn Florence and Straw my Belt no born artificial bombs gentlemen s and to Anco shoes and blogs or kid calf and Morocco boots Baltrun wicking wad trimmings a great Yari men Brown and Black do Els Cotton do Black la other coloured silk Bon with an variety by Glass pails looking Glas ses hats Caps 4-c. Also of a wines liquors in want of goods of Coplion will do Well to As the ought us goods with Cash med to sell for pay Down stable credit. C of sequent 1 to sell cheaper than can elsewhere in Northern b. Shoff. Opposite l. J c t u r 11 s of books opinion. Is will partake of the Arcoler of a review and less stately than the Lar Ecith the a second. Of criticism review prompt to notices of new books a Juneous character it urn a i of opinion in keep Pace with the a quest is of the Day. M to the reviews of new passages will be Devot umber to the account of Ali Thors whose works Bol for their Worth Cill lie Iven of popular Vereti. In the City As a Par Tun t species of liter a Tell actual gratification. Atre will also receive at in established ornament society Ese Del ails its general the advancement of its and Good Humoured its motto will be sound i cheerful Frame us end Ion of Good literature hand truth will be month ipe and superfine paper per annul pay Able ions will be received at Pulman a i6l Broad t and Welford a 2 a Flor at the publishers office. Jin g. To tevet. Or 4-c., 23 Street. Cations to be addressed the editor of the Jarc e publisher s office 28 a y. Cap candied in you can buy at the s at per lb., for raisins Lemons in proportion. F. H. Smith. Leap cloths. Catlin. Unto Tai 1341. Ticking. Engfor 12j per Yard motion by _ f. H. Its Row Low Priori. Of Fly m leghorn sex few Dwen pain printed and published every wednesday by at for i s f Iski i is or a j i Jef h i St 11 Iii if t i if in 1 i if my Khe Murfa to vol. 49. The e aisle Tiona count sup conditions. Advertisements making not More than a. Square will lit inserted three limes far Ose Dollar and Watry subsequent insertion Twenty Jive cents larger Maerli sements charged in the same pro portion those exceeding six lines will be res a Square and those making six lines limes far seventy five 18 3-4 can Tfir every Lime after. The Price for one or . By All letters and communications must be Post paid to ensure attention. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise in the year i no subscription recoiled for a Shorter period than six months nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage arc paid but at the option of Tho publisher. Wellsborough a tilt a 7 be so bad As you represent him his foes malign him alas 1 my dear Cora now your in Nocent heart a stranger to the profligacy of the world deals in Why even now i hold in my hand a Public journal dated new Orleans june 16, in which a Reward of five Hundred dollars is apprehension As censure the innocent Cora for her de voted passion let fathers pause. And tremble when they permit men of Loose characters and unsettled Princi Ples to approach their daughters in the attitude of suitors to awaken an Emo Tion which once kindled has no moral faculty to control its direction or sex to enjoy the charms of nature which seem id respond in sympathy to f he serenity it virtue when indulging a the purest elements of earthly Han pass was so profound that the tall of a Blossom to the ground might have been heard by that callous band in a few Minu Lej the boat again touched the margin of the River r the impetuous Lover hounded on the caught the distracted Beauty in arms regained the Pinnace u More at the command of shot though the yielding Waters a thing of life. the agitated the following Beautiful lines form no Idle Pic Ture of the fancy. How Many a female bred up m in affluence and refinement and after wards Happy in the husband of her Choice has bran doomed at length to realize the sad reverse which u Here described. Soliloquy of a drunkard s wife. Time was when much he loved to when we walked at the close of Day t inhale the Vernal Breeze Well do i remember How then with careful hand a draw my Mantle round lest the evening Dews should mar my fragile health. Yes then his Eye looked kindly on when my heart was sad How tender y he wiped my tears away. While from his lips Tho words of gentle soothing in softest accents fell. How Blest my evenings too when wintry blasts were howling round our peaceful dwelling of it was Sweet the daily Tost performed by the swept Hearth and cheerful fire to sit with him i loved to View with glistening Eye. And Parent s fondness Tho budding graces of our Little Onei then be had a other m Lovely babes now no More plans Oor Mother More than widow s grief has known sharper pangs than those who mourn the dead seized on my breaking heart when Iret i knew my my earthly All dead to i saw the Man my oaf too fondly loved transformed to brute of it a s then i tasted Gall and Wormwood then the world looked dreary fearful Clouds Quick Gatherl round me Dard forebodings came the Gravo before was terror now it smiled. I today me Down in peaceful rest. There to forget my sorrows. But i lived and of my god what Cara of to have followed i feel my heart is broken. To who vowed to cherish god s altar vowed has done the deed. And shall i upbraid die husband of my Youthful Man to whom i gave my Virgin heart away Parent i la Bear it All. Peace peace my heart almost o or. A few More glory blasts and then this shattered sickly Frame will fall. Anil sweetly the weary the wicked cease from troubling. Plunges into murders and atrocities at which humanity shudders and which chills the heart with horror to contemplate. It is fortunate that his poor father is not alive for it would break his heart devoted As was his Noble nature to All that glowed with Honor to have his Only son become so vile a Ren can it be possible poor exclaimed Cora. To the demerits or blemishes of charac Ter of their lovers especially on Tho Side of the woman is among the most remarkable traits of human passion and affords a lesson in Tho conduct of life which cannot be too sedulously cultivated and improved. When love has once become seated in the breast of a woman for the object of her prefer ence from that moment All perception of his worthiness or unworthiness is lost to her judgment. From that to whole dangerous charge to am Dis pad to look on his inf oath r Alten tints on his and i a Only the of a a trally lofty and aspiring to prove a fond 4ye n not Jait Uta Ltd to detect the necessity of in such a no stir Cro Cope for throws All scr to your i from the a for your lives he shouted springing into the Pinnace some villain has k e a desperate s3w fat rings live Beauty. Gradually Al faults of the to the vices veni Yout own Lor for the Sake been baffled in my plot he was a handsome and warlike youth of not Moie than Twenty but Armea with work pistols 2nd Rifle he presented More the s brigand than a Soldier. Vhf r in t Asi enea mate Between the two eras of sin a Faiu Lul the Blosom Rosins whom to to Tress As venerated their a looked upon Friend and protector than a who merited their fears or their hatred one sobbed aloud at and that Prem hire ripeness we turf Fol lows or a ten is the process Ness at the heart for that poor Mother in All the fancied in a Lew Days my love he no doubt be captured by the offi thus 8mulaed toc than hell less or career. In the mean time my dear Cora do not expose yourself by wan Dering far from the especially avoid the Banks of the the gardens and Orchards Are Beautiful their Rich and luscious blossoms and there you can take exercise sufficient unites when you desire to ride. As he thoughtful Ness and with a slow and melancholy step left the apart ment. Cora Devereux loved and inherited from her All that predisposition to ardor of passion which flows from the mixture of blood produced by a Union Between a Ria Tive of France and Spain from which latter country her Mother derived her birth. The loved one whom it had once been the Poison through every sense mental and physical and proud Dis with insulted obstinate and perverse anger All to her jul Login end which imply an unworthiness in the object of her passion. From the moment that she loves she has made his worst blemishes fancied perfections she has wrought his very ugliness into Beauty his vices into Vir tues his defects into charms. From that moment to question his Worthi Ness is to assail her n self love and she revolts with indignant feelings against the daring aggression. What a knowledge of the human heart is not Here furnished by which to enable a Alliance by rejecting the approaches of a suitor whose character has not been reared on the solid basis of truth and virtue consequences which not Only emitter life but taint the blood of posterity with the Poison of hereditary vice. His countenance. The Crew of the boat glad to escape from the scene complied reared him a vented a prayer for he preservation of their dear Young gentle and Beautiful co chapter in. The evening Breeze of a Calm and sultry Day in june was beginning to Swift be thousand conflicting hatred revenge disappointment All appeared to take Possession of his bosom m frightful though still Jian some the Light of virtue had Pas sed from his visage the divine Light which guilt can never and left fearful traces of the havoc of wild Pas Sions. When Serene in innocence How beautifully those Noble features must once have shown gilded with the spi Rit of intellect music and poetry still there is Manly Beauty left but so chequered with traces of wild dissipation so ravaged with reckless and untamed passions that it resembled some luscious Vale of Italy desolated by a parched by the sudden eruption of volcanic fire. Not More than Twenty years seemed to have passed their soft fingers on his smooth brow where love Grace and intelligence held chapter Iii. _ ,-._jthat alight of the same blossomed Bough in Early Spring Are proximity is a sure temptation to love. To meet often j to please one another with studied graces and fond affections to Long to meet again and to part Only dream of the Bliss of the next meeting and thus to make the sight Olgg _1______ Road to s the love which a hallowed Pas love of innocence it is the love of Early life it is the love Young neighbors it is the love of nature the love of virtue the pirate of the Belize. A tale of the Mississippi. By Stephen Simpson e9q. Chapter i. A letter from Charles at lust from dear exclaimed Cora Little Little head nothing so he always was and she remembered that her lather had always thus chided her and thus complained of him and Al ways warned her his reckless concealed by a shrubs began to fest signs of impatience As they de to look for and designs were to decide their move ments. Languor and listlessness so agreeable for a time at last grew wearisome and the most indolent con loved her5 was not this and she Felt family by a headlong course of Lirly crime and premature profligacy but who richly endowed with personal graces still tempted passion into weak Ness by the brilliancy of his exterior As Well As the softness of his eloquence. The boat had proceeded but a Short All she could the Chase of life she devoured with intense Only interrupted occasionally by a Down he in Raj ,0 of so he All prejudice she was Oer stood claimed As she concluded its perusal and placed it in her he will come at last perhaps even now he May be at the River s Bank of Charles cd what a life of wretch Edness does not love Cost us when the Rover quits his Home Lor foreign travel to encounter every danger distract the hearts of those who love him. But my father How shall i re men As they he too May heard of his return if so there an end to All was seeking for my letters and paper have just need from the City and they bring melancholy news of that wretched Charles Laplace. Who do you color Why Blush and tremble my dear child softly you can not still retain a tender feeling or even 1 common attachment for a Man who to Ouraga All -1 who has become a common be generous to wards her Lover and if she was not to remain his Friend through his adversities who would cherish and protect him no this was the very Jime when she would remain constant to him let the world desert proscribe and persecute would preserve her Fidelity and would be the last to abandon would die with him if he must if disgraced outcast and would share All his would for and still lingering Friendship dear r she would Succour him in his distress. She loved her she loved and venera Ted him deeply As a she loved Charles More she Felt she could give up her father and All the world for Charles but Charles she could not give up for nothing no not All the world could Ever induce her to abandon Charles such were the thoughts that passed through the mind of the gentle Cora Deyereux As she paced the apartment which her father had just left. She evidently thrown into much trepidation. The color came to her Cheeks and left it in sudden fit ulness her fair bosom heaved with deep emotion. Had jumped on Choie whilst others stood with heir oars in hand ready to Start upon the first appearance of the person or persons looked for. In the countenances of some might be seen the weariness of delay but in ill opener fares expressed nothing but Blank sensuality and moated riot. One More loft in prefer Sion than the rest ground his Teeth and swore while another whistled the air of an obscure song hut still they in their feelings to an under tone of discontent As they cast their eyes towards the rapidly declining Sun and measured the growing shadows with a surly growl As if each moment that detained them there was fraught with peril and thata visit if made by a Stran Ger would be More Likely to present a foe than a Friend. The silence of the scene the pen Siven Essof the hour the funeral Cypress swamp below with its thickening gloom the Low murmurs of the Cane i like f adjust started they were armed with so words Only and consisted of an old tall and the habit of command the enjoyment of luxury my the Possession of ample pending his shaking it with Raul the Boit of the Fie Booter lie cried restore my child and i will procure a Pardon for your crimes Ehe your doom is Al hand. Ven Strance will soon overtake restore Dangler Ojini Hei not. In you salvation but Cut Impi of heeding his words urged his Crew to in leased Speed thro the yielding Waters. It was evident that the old1 planter i i to be in the sunniest Days of life s morn ing like Young amidst the blossoms of the same tree guileless innocence guided each hour with Joy and every pastime but causing fresh gushes of pure love in their dancing Heak to. Neither Cord nor Charles had a brother or a sister. They were the spoiled and petted children of opulent parents every hour of whose exist ence not devoted to study was spent in the caresses and pastimes of fond attachment. Their parents lived on terms with one another almost equally inti mate and Friendly produced As much by congenial tastes and similar dispose far greater than any Ever pro j the doubtful kindness of conspicuous ties of consanguinity. Thus in their families it was with qualified pleasure the parents of Jiotti beheld Tho attachment 6f Cora and .an-1 fondly looked Forward to the Lime whet mat mity on both sides would terminate in a uni ii As Happy As it would prove permanent. Men invent schemes of happiness but god ordains the inexorable order of a Wise and just but inscrutable Providence. Old or. Laplace the father of Charles unexpectedly died when the latter was yet in his twelfth id As Well As Ward of in to was exec rating his unlucky stars for having been foiled in his at tempted abduction of Cora a Mutual misconception which on the part of both was soon dispelled. At this moment the cry of a female at a Point lower Down the River struck on the Quick ear of the despairing Lover who looking towards the spot whence it proceeded discerned the Dar Ling object of his Enterprise who Eal f. If. Smith fat inv on her Doy Voa not hi3 under we Mav tvs she p6 than Xvi and Demk hotel person. Dec. K 7 t1 syllable fresh draughts of persons indeed How can he deleted love. Let no harsh a assist i the Zephyr made fragrant by the bios Somi of Orange Orchards and Lemon Groves from the adjacent plantations All contributed to Render it a scene in the the barbarous of peopled it in scene to spot so congenial to the innocent delights of Virtu that we May wonder crime should Ever enter it without feeling the rebuke of nature reflect on its atrocity. It was a scene where love might have taken up her fre Booter in an ext Acy mingled rapture and fear lest father should perceive her and thus cutoff Bis approach but fortunately for the Pur pose of the lovers her figure. Was at first invisible to Hec father on the Shore who did not hear her voice As she Cal led to Charles. Thank god she has escaped exclaimed the encouraged pirate. She will yet be mine. Row for your lives to yonder opening. See she implores me to come to her Rescue on on he Good old Man dated on that Beautiful girl even Morel an his own son. Poor Cora How Hitt Eily the wept when she went to Tsee him for the last time j she beheld a massive figure of inert Clay before her Pale cold dead with no arms outstretched to twine round her Lille neck no cinc voice sending his Gud greetings through the chords of her tender heart to full How much he loved her i pet Dar Ling his Coral of How bitterly she wept and kissed his Celd Cheek and sobbed her Lender heart into Grad Ual Consolation a As Oharles Drew her from the scene to show her what a Beautiful Cabinet his father had left her. Charles Laplace was a fatal legacy to a fond and dealing Mother at Sach an age and under such circumstanced j gifted with violent head Strong a disposition obstinate impetuous and such a Soo gilded with the glow of Young Beauty and his worst qualities shaded by the generous sentiments be of Bihar to a Frank nature we indeed a lot of the most vulgar and ignorant of sons of debauchery avid or Bree. Unfortunate infatuated wretched Mother such was the fascinating and dangerous Man who produced a deep impression of love upon the susceptible heart of Cora Devereux Long before the tenderness of the evil of her Lover and playmate were even suspected by her father or dreamed of As possible events by his Mother while on the part of Cora she never could suspect because she with a Fervour holiness and unbounded Devo Tion that could see nothing in its object hut what charmed the heart and bewildered the perfect trance of intoxication of the soul Laplace Felt scarcely less attachment to the Beautiful girl who had Given him her the innocence sealed the gift when it became of most value in the full maturity of her reason and her charms. Fatal gift at the age of fifteen Charles at the urgent request of or. Devereux who began to fear the indulgence of his Mother might prove the utter ruin of her wily boy Xmas sent to new Orleans to Complete his studies but alas the. Seeds of evil had been allowed to germ too frankly before and the removal instead of arresting Only precipitated his career of vice. In the heart of a crowded City where pleasure chanted her Syren song at every Corner where dissipation assumed the garb of fashion and to be profligate was Only to be a Charles could not Long remain without yielding to temptations that in gulped Lim in All the debasing habits of the age. The discipline of a school could Ardive no restraint to the Heidi of a Fortune whose Brilliant per Sona endowments gave him the Power . A Vii where he was not re q Ryf ,0 cup Tinte. By easy yet rap i he to quire the last graces of j the debasing habits of a the vue of a seducer tiie bloody of a the capacity of a wine Bibber a wide sweeping career of profligacy soon opened before him in which he violated All the obligations Man imposes for the Jake of civilization and that god ordains for the purpose of a future life. By such a a Turse of boundless sensuality he scattered thou Sands to the wind without leaving a Trace of enjoyment or a Hope of reformation without even a Prospect that satiety might claim the Reese of exhaustion or depravity wearied of vice might seek for a change in the Novelty of virtue or the passiveness of Tempo Rary penitence. _ in this dread season of vices the image of the innocent and Beautiful Cora was driven from his secured by the dense mass of sensuality which on ajl sides devoured his better nature and obscured the Light of his Early Days of innocent a i what Power c4t recall the magic of those Days chapter jct. I the inevitable sequel of Sach Des Perate career could be. Nothing tier ruin. His losses at the gaming alone were to Helm him impetuous and eager and and practical Gamester made constant prey to his Superior address pots session. Two years ski Ffield. To him stripped of every Doubloon Importunity could wring out of a fond Mother whose heart was hourly breaking by his profligate career which some times even implicated him in criminal 1

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