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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 1, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaR year no for or Arnber Wajd Roic Ial he nge a is r me in oct l 1 1 Tai ill once a subscriber procuring sub san. Washer us free of sex give receive far new York Civ Underland. Marg prices. Of receiving a urge and t of fan Winter goods r former stocks make u n to found in the county invite our Orlu Cash for goods to Girture. Q at o distance we Utt Apoi any Merchan Tib in t i ill found Broadcloth to Marinof _ Muslin do Lane Gio it ulc re , nails glut leather h 4 Nichols. F Delight o volume of 1 in i i Rodical in i sinful land alien in in Glandil novel by commencing i Liston til no co Simein a re be Raul the delightful vol by miss c. M. Commenced which Al c h i c May a mention Tudor by Edmund e far a la tilling inter a tale of u York in Decem la Iii Smith of an Opu Kir original Eon to its of a m England and Ash i he present vol arid a multitude Niree Dol remitted free t e Yumul Hook form t n that amount. New subscribers who work by ordering s to Connie Csc ome july 3f n any solvent Char postage of est Jar Blue Brown Ana drab and fancy a t if Sib trip Pheap Smtih 4 fat t wednesday by j. P. At of a car payable half yearly Ito a dance or 3o if within the year. Vol. In. No. 32 Viotra county a conditions. All letters Ai d commom Delions must be Poi paid to Erosen attention. No subscription i received for a Shorter pc Ridd than six months nor will any pal Eicr be discontinued until All Arr garages Are paid Bat at the option of the publisher. 1 pc Fae ments making nol Mac ref than a Square Mill by inserted three limes for Atif r advertisements charged Fri the same pro Thane a receding St lines will tie and those making six lines evenly Fine 18 3-4 after. The Price fur one same. Ujj Liberal red Tion Tollise advertise Par e a Edasia Square cents fur Lime or thief insertions it to the opens ils insertion Liap Niy Jirec cents. This then is Naples d As entered the Nagri it is truly a glorious Sig be ran with rapturous d Jisc Turret and Convent land rested buttercups and raises. By uow1tt. Buttercups of the it etly Flowers Blooming be e in Spring t to Lell of Lule the while the Iler cups a to e me sunny hours. In ate leafless Fields Are Bare and raises Here and there. Opting up Ere the it Epeth Ere the Reacus bold Ere the Early Promise play Gold somewhere on a sunny band Butler cups Are Bright sortie Liere Monir trip grass peeps the Daisy White. Little Hardy Lowers like two children poor play intr in Pineir sturdy health by their air Talieri d or a Nopla in Lihe North wind yet Alert ind Bol i fearing nut and Cartner Noc though they be a cold. What to tin what Are Bill Ercus Are these he who pm and a life give than 1 k and pane id i inquired no in my voice and manner what he cart. J i said he at Ellhu asm my Joung file jul i know your Foi they Hue been n the Beauly and grandeur of his i was Vii Hope. The ene first burst upon my is c arid buoyant i be a Ord was a Garden of Vild Flo w s fragrant and thornless. Alas i i nol the Sling of the Ihorn i until the were his has trembled As he u tired the it sentence and he tin Ned away to de the Lear that rushed to his e. I gazed after him with surf Rise not mingled with borrow for i had in kingly touched some string of feel that made discord within appeared to be a lorry Shower s a and Dairy a i Tainan Tower in them hardship care Wise Hardy at hearts to Beai Welcome be Welcome a k Are in my. Visioned a c Meere the of funny h speaking to o we Odoel Low while pint Eli Glit Spring Urs to i heart9 of inti All things Well. Enc la anger suppose Jou own country Jou re e Ever from Ilio Wai now is Lell us about your Ili Only nun i be Ever Wen from the West that did no die of fever1 n azure let s if you Krow As much Iho West As you Leem to know about ii a n h n h v i of a p by he the Hub Well old Yankee i la just Tell you. About if a Farmer in our country us ground Corn and Lake s first a e Oare of in hell gels a undid Bushel to the an if he takes Midlam Ore of it he Al get seventy Dye in Este and if he at All hell git fifty. The beets grow so Large that it three Yoke if oxen to pull up a full sized one arid then it leaves a i once a last y of fit children who All Lutr bled m to Lieut Hole once before it got filled and. The Earth based m upon them in be m As Hir so Tal res Lea sex no ased and a one Don n one 8l j r a k round Ibe Iree and c United states or w Ehi on Wiher found _. U a t. ,1 l Hio one year from three it _ Ore annl Ore Ano grow Sci Man who de for Abo had be Large that i once cutting then Dayube thought n cutting at it of her i axes nips Somel if f r i i Ann Street h through the Earth by the rather Giess As Range to to Ade for to be clocks to sell Oul use i Rifaat clock we the Biche now hey had never Hearp yet i to mesh Attiat the Ohio Par Mes grown Clea and been in Ltd pie on loiter Side. The Yankee you be told enough v 7 for the present. How d you pm Pun y an Inch Sai All. Trade Yankee Gas ared Oul. Gold ors wives Well we keep Lime Al pm vines. You five feet an hour minute. Do sir l l s no use old Yao no up beat and Sud be shop keep. Tried to pass a i upon him. And maids children Pra Mit of Par we the from the Boston miscellany. The t o u r i a of Naples. Uns. J. Webb. Wellsboro Otth 1, 1842. Its i exclaim Wicent Bay. My Jigli Over not less Sveet. My curiosity conquered my prudence i approached the hedge and made an opening sufficient x Large to permit me to see the Singer. One was seated on a sloping Bank her head resting on her profusion of hair Dai k As the Raven s Wing Fel in Glossy curls and shaded her face. Her dress was of the Simples k and in was White and confined to the Waist by n Pale Blue ribbon. At thu moment she used her head and a face of heavenly be jute met my sight. Her eyes were indescribable feeling of Din there mystery um4 la Ilietus Anu res Letl f Nici i or Baigui. Uei cats Weri r j moment on the Castle of Saint Al s raining with tears but they appear 10. Of who Yould no Leaie Home i rather to add to than Kimmish their and of Wendi for such a bight As brilliancy. She was All that a Painter companion smiled. That smile i Cou d it imagine or a poet sing. Just Asad to my Youthful image Avion some resolved Tor Force the Barier and in u that bordered upon a sneer Peak to Hera every i saw a Monk Veri plea approach. She Rose to meet him. He took her hand and they descended to the path which Ian along the Side of the hedge. I could distinctly hear every word they said. Why my said the Monk i Ever find you Bakhei in Why will Tou thus Wei Der from of Tell me not of Home Good a she replied. Since the death of my Mother or Walller if her words e True my Mother it has been 10 Home to me. I Road the sight of 3odfriedo. I can no longer Call Nim father and yet she whom i called Mother warned me nol to let him think i Hac a doubt that to him i owe my be but never father did i feel for him that yearning fondness my heart cells me i ought to five for him who gave me life. You holy lather know the secret. My Mother told me it was known to you. She said too of Xvi july guide and counsel me. Of me not in doubt if i am not the daughter of god i Ledo and Bertha Tell Lell me who my parents daughter talk not in this wild replied the Monk. Nothing left from of thai is fitting you soul know. Be Content and attend to my counsel breath not to Godfrie do aught his wife hath told you. Be Ware least he suspect you and rely on my counsel and she. Ask me no More my he replied. Put thy Trust in god and Bend Vuth submission to his they passed on and i listened till the faint murmur of their voices was no longer heard. Our ramble was at an end thai Day. We retraced our Steps. Sleep that night was a stranger to my Pillow. The Beautiful unknown barred the approach Ofiel. The mystery in which she St to med pm eloped bul made me the More anxious to behold her again. At nearly Houi the next morning i was again on the spot where i first saw her. Anxiously did i look and listen. Disappointment was my Only Reward and i returned to Rny Friend s dwelling Wilh a gloom on my Broil which his raillery not diminish. I slept but to dream of the unknown and the first beams of the Sun saw me again at my Post be Neath the hedge Anu again i was Dis appointed. 1 wandered on to the Lombol Virgil. I in lied the Grollo when d lunging Over the Pompati of my . Lie was a Man verg upon Sirij a keen dark Eye countenance denoting Stion intellect d a dignity of manner that tendered n unapproachable by the Rojc or cd us. For some moments i watched a he least Over the Taffi ail of the looking into the Depths below it that some apology was d in to him the ungracious manner in 1 spoken and i advanced t where be stood unmindful of All that which was passing w you appear nol to be a i will you do m he was to inform me w hat is that be fee on left to raised his self again he replied that ii the Chiajan and the Public Dens opening upon the Stada nuo it is often called the English 1 nent from so Many of that ing up their abode thanking him and a thu extreme Beauty of the lured to Hope tint our Art it not be term a de with and preserving my card it was my intention do ing country in Prais scene i Ain Tance our Voy a formed urn in that part of the coi e up my abode Wilh a whose Deuce i understood was on my to Posilippo. He took ended his hand to live and Aid we May meet again but of intention or country Ling he was still Only known to me nameless fellow traveller. I land no. On and left no there i found Ril of the vessel. Was soon comfortably ensconced my Friend and school Felt whar Ivrose amiable and thing children banished Foin my d All recollection of the companion in voyage. Fadh brought with it plea s and new wonders. On Beautiful morning we set w Orl sur Anc vis a my to ramble to Ial the Tomb of Virgil which out la was but distance from the residence of Friend. We had not proceeded e than Halfway on our intended be when i was struck my e Wilh Der and Delight by the sour d of the Etest voice that broke m mor i Harry s am. The Aftuk foliage of a seen t breath in for him like file told me he had been in Early life the factotum or Man of Trust to a Nobleman but that having acc wealth enough to satisfy his Humble desires he had purchased the place where1 be now resided and retired with his wife and child an in Fant. I have lived on this so Sai 1 he years. I have lost my wife and have now Only Leonora to Comfort me in my 1 looked at the Beautiful girl. A tear was in her Large Dai k Eye and her Counte Nance wore a withering look of horror arid despair. I constant Visi or at the dwelling of go Friedo. Each visit in creased my fondness for Leonora and dislike to her father. He a encouraged rather than repelled my attentions to the Lovely girl and i imagined thai i was not disagreeable to her. I found her education had not been neglected. She had been carefully by father was fre name of the Monk i had with her and the lighter accomplishments had been a the peasant Farb which she Hod Assum which i to the thin. Stranger the a nary to quire procured by the Good father for thai purpose. She was besides encircled with the Halo of virtuous principles. As my own Fortune was abundant i soon came to the re solution of offering her my hand and that Fortune for her acceptance. I was wending m Way to her dwelling when i suddenly encountered the mysterious stranger who had been the companion of my voyage. I was astonished at the ravages hut a few Short weeks had made in his appearance. He seemed care worn and Horrow stricken the brilliancy of his Fine Eye was gone As i extended my hand and expressed my Joy at again meet ing him he More ban halt met my advances and acknowledged thai he came there with the Hope of meeting inc. You must have said he that i was a Rii Ost ungracious being to repel you offered chillies in so strange a manner. Let us Sil beneath the spread de for Security till my heart has filler to overflowing with Joy and Thack Fril heir father was furious at he flight. Assassins were hired and search made bul our Humble dwelling escaped suspicion we had but one Opportunity to leave the country Ana then my Isadora was unfit to she Tivas about .0 become a twelve Mouths after our marriage i was a father and tears of Joy feel irom my eyes As i pressed my first born to my heart. My cup of Bliss two months after the birth of our child i had made preparation to leave in z vessel bound for my native , As my wife paid we could at least live out of fear. Fate seemed to smile upon alas we the storm was gathering that would crush us with its fury i grief choked his utterance he least his head upon his hand unable from the agony of his feelings to i begged him to defer Fin dung the sad tale to some other time. No he replied i can Lell it but once and u will ease my Burthen .1 a i the Road he card he Bis said ing branches of this tree and i will Endeavor at All events to make you think less harshly of me by telling you my sad i assured him it would give me plea sure to hear whatever he might please to communicate not i added from motives of curiosity but from a desire that he should feel towards me some thing of the Confidence i fell in Bun. The tale is a sad said he but it will ease my heart to Tell for i feel Ere Long that heart will be at i spoke not for i Well knew that when the heart is Bur thened with Sor Row any attempt to console is bul mock Ely to the feelings. It is Twenty said he since i first visited Naples. Of How Bright All things looked to my Eye my Wilh such caution Hearl. He proceeded the Day previous to that assigned for our we were seated at the window of our Little parlor watching the rays of the selting Sun As it tinged the Donfon with Gold and picturing scenes of Bliss in a far Tant land when Isadora Stu Denly grasped my Arm and directed my attention to a Small Grove near the House i have seen the Shadow of a Man at the Entrance of yonder Grove. There lie is Agun she exclaimed and holy Virgin there is Leneav oked to sooth her All Hugh i knew she a right for i distinctly by the dim twi Light the two and my heart trembled for the object of my Pale Aigid sinking Wilh fright Isadora pressed our infant to her breast while i endeavoured by every argument in my Power to persuade Hei that her fears were groundless. Figures approached. I prevailed on my wife to retire to another apartment. T exam lined my pistols placed my stiletto m the folds of my Robe and took my Sla Tion within the portico of our rude dwelling determined to sell our lives or Liberty at such a Price As should not yield profit to our assailants. They Drew near with Stealthy Pace. The shades of night fell fast and thicker to me had night worn such an aspect. One Long hour of intense anxiety was spent in watching As Well As the dark Ness would permit the motions of our in Kulon victors. So near would they sometimes approach us that i would distinctly them whisper then Thev to i _. Whole no. 193. Isadora child of god Tor what was i reserved horror deprived me of the Power to move. The cry of my Infa i recalled a to Asente of my As i attempted to Jake it to my arms streaming with the lifes blood of its Mother the monster struck me. I remembered nothing More. When i again a planed my eyes i was in a Dungeon the Corpse of m Wile but my child was gone mad came 10 my Relief. The length of time i i chained there i am unable to Sute but from circumstances i judge it must have been two years when reason Rel Rcd i was on the Waters of the Ocean Laid on the neck of a ship and a kind hearted tar willing my wrist and angles which were lacerated by the settles i had worn. Of what a Balm is sympathy 0 a wounded soul then i Flat us Rulh. The rough hand of poor Aras he poured Oil on my v funds seemed soft As the Cygnet s Dow and a weather beaten face wore to me. He aspect of youth and Beauty lome Vashist i lived to clo e inn yes and a simple Monument Marks lie spot where one Friend rests. I Ould not remain in the land of my i returned again to the scene of sorrows to hear tidings of my Ehik the father of Rny wife had gone to the a Ofel Ierna Justice but nothing could hear of my child nor could i find the nest who our Friend. Here 1 impossible to stay if i Wou j Oil become .1 manic. 1 have been to Cru Hoij wanderer. Mesh my known me a visitor but lie lands but hold the regains of m. Though i know not where they still seems no Home. Would retire at the windows a Eft not a doubt on icy intended to sur heart had not then known a sorrow nor mind that t my Eye a tear. I possessed an ample us while is seeing. Approached the1 in Rico. Blight hedge de the Singer from oui Sij i but listened with breathless Delight to following song i to me the morning Joy coma not with its beam i ran to me the Iping. And Aua nya Kin the dream i o the wild Birdi Carol Sweet to Joy their note impart for ran nor Flower nor Bird can bring Joy to broken heart. Hit u it that our Brig Letl the loonie it fade away 7 by when peace make our heart her Firine doth Fate forbid her Flay Rhy when with pleasure s flowery Wreath out we adorn Roth borrow a blight the blot am mar and be Rve Bat the Thorn voice became tremulous towards he Fon Clui on of the last stanza but i to my unspeakable Delight i beheld her i i approached and apologised for my intrusion. astonish ment she received Rny apology like one bred in courts instead her dress and the conversation i had overheard denoted her to bred in the humbler walks of life. My offer to be her escort Home was accepted without affectation. There was a frankness m her manner Chat had with it a winning Charm and the ease and Grace with which she introduced me to her Home and her father might be a pattern to those who Pride themselves upon dig nity of their manners. Their dwelling was far from being splendid yet All the comforts and Many of the leg inches of life were there. A Book Case Well filled with books a guitar 9nd materials Lor drawing were a part of the furniture of the comfortable parlor. But i liked nol her Parent. I looked in vain to find a resemblance Between the heavenly beaming and Beautiful face of the one and the dark heartless and crime Tell ing lace of the other. He was a Man of robust Frame and course dark heavy Eye brows overshadowed a Parr of eyes which were Seldom raised to the face of those tie spoke with. On his left Cheek was a deep scar and on his brow above the Eye another. In spite of the cordial Welcome Wilh which he greeted me the Delight a expressed at meeting with a traveller Wilh whom he could talk of the Man ners and customs of other nations 1 had i Fortune at my own control. In was my first tour and nature wore her gayest smile. At a splendid fete Given by a Nobleman at a Short distance from the City. I became acquainted with a Young and Beautiful girl the Only daughter of a neighbouring Nobleman. Isodora All that fancy could desire whatever could be washers. I loved her nol Forner Beauly but for her pure and guileless heart. My love was returned. But her lather liked me not. Often did we Mejt by stealth be Neath the Light of heaven s Pale lamp six Joyful months sped on when Fate envious of our Bliss dashed from our lips the honed cup. The father of is Adora had Long set his heart upon Maich my his daughter with a neighbouring Nobleman by birth a spaniard and in person and manners the most unfit of that moment Bun they again the Moon at All Earth s sons to be the husband of is Adora. Suddenly he arrived at the pal Ace and my Jove rest my Karl his my Jour 1 will soon be o Var t and in a by and better world i again meet the loved and the he stale was told and As his Manly sitome Shook Wilh tie of his soul i am not ashamed to Tell that my flawed Wilh his. He grasped my hand. Tears Are a sacred he. Henceforth we Are Brothers. In ibis Eold and heartless would when the flood gales of pleasure of wealth and of fanfare open Ninny May be found to laugh with us but few to weep. Your tears Arajj a Balm to my pushed heart. I would not change one such tear to be greeted by a thousand for ends Wilh their Suri Niest smiles he Rose and and like one stranger for Lent of my on the we him i of an old and led no longer grangers. I told s we walked along that i Felt half incl incl to become a fatalist not atone heating his Story but the events had crowded on me since my a i was on my i said to Niy hand Fortt me a which heaven is ample it and Beautiful girl when i it bin which rival. Offer thank Innon met of this r o the re Rosci churl a j y u Vii. Tile hat tinged with false co ors Hway of my fiend. No a life affection is a life May Jou live to realize the you will i exe aimed lib me and see the fair Lei Reg i take to my bosom it would of Blis truth. V go would give re pleasure to have my Choice sanctioned by your he Egav saw us smiled through his j his consent that enclosed the portico. Enter at the peril of your lives i exclaimed assuming an attitude of de Fence. " disarm him he said to his companion while i secure that which we seek a pistol was in my hand i Dis charged it and he whom he called Gas per Lay watering in his blood at my feet. The report of the pistol brought my wife to the spot. The wild cries of our infant the frantic shrieks of my Isadora and and the glaring eyes of the Assassin As i closed with him yet flaunt me in my dreams. Fearful was the struggle he was a powerful Man but despair gave me strength i inflicted a wound on each Side of his face. The sight of his own blood made him furious he glared on me with Sav age his wife my Beaulious wife threw herself. De Between was buried in her heart. I o entrant bad is father. I child f att happiness attend von was ily. The Gal ret i affection Are am not the badness As and Naif an hour at the Garden Gate which led to the Duje Liing of Leonora. We entered Ned into a path which led to an where often of late i had found and to a Cove her. Was not there by i near the a tying up some Flowers that aped from her bands was her to a f r hearing footsteps he burned to Greet m. A wild shriek burst from i my companion. In an instant 5odfri Edo Wak in his Tiger grasp and borne to the while he explained. And murderer i where is my is moment Leonora Pale fright rushed to the spot. U there my Godfredo to Leonora As in the j rasp of my Friend re leased i in to press his lost cum to his a. Moment was enough a brightly Over Godfry Edo s h As he i am 1 your vengence he buried it " in his heart. F ii 1 i i

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