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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 15, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWild who rafts for it has been it printed and Public 34 Naid to ensure attention _ j 1 _ subs Cri Larau six Mont months nor will to Cote qty Foj. Conditions. X All letters and Cor Simuni nations most 11 a for a shelter Perry c any paper be. Disco Nies Muslin. Colety shoes 1th of Nichols. Timed int Italy arrears its Are paid but at Oprin of the publisher Aldott Liae Menta making not More than a Saai i will be inserted three limes for one Dollar in a insertion Tianlu me cent. Lot Ger advertisements charged in the. Amt pro Par ton. To ionic exceeding six lines will it Chaigr Ottisa Square and these making six or seventy five 183-1 ctn fair eve if time after. The mice for one or three insertions the same. Al Liberal reduction to those who Adver Titi by i tie year o Ith s it Ica for the led states of sole re. Story. Fortnight the new 1 very number ratings. Dpz9ile is Pabl Ishad Iasar in Jug pages on. Fine White Vav by an the town of sole re i situated among the. Mou retains of Jura in Svitzer i. I and. Along the be Fidile and romantic of Tho it is the Capitol of cation which bears the same Nape Tiki a by the boat the town is snial.1 but acid i a and eng popular Orfes for children i Miami Una co u mrs Hov Rittz Harwell miss. Milford a 111uh South and u hers Ata Price Sutti works would it Collim Iti Vuie american aul Hois. Pervade its columns by to ii s of All Peison _ iame. j-2j, Ift Otai r ranks u the surrounded by Stone Tori stations. Claims the Honor of great Antiquity every wednesday by or. P. Of payable half yearly in Advance or 5o for it had no Herdsman. Her habits were fearless and she did not hesitate. Sud Denly one of the animals sprang furiously from the rest and rushed towards her. She looked frightful death seemed inevitable. To escape by flight was impossible at that moment the report of a gun struck her ear animal staggered groaned and fell dead at a sickness came o ver and she knew nothing till she found herself supported by a Man dressed in military uniform. You have saved my she exclaimed. It was a fortunate said he. I Don t often make As Good a one for i have been out All Day and have not brought Down any game. My Uncle s House is not very far Distant May i conduct you to it 1 must go to my said Ellen but i shall Iseed your assistance to get he raised her up and gave her his Arm and stood a minute to on the powerful animal Lay stretched before them. The Ball had entered his heart. Not a drop of blood was visible. Vill make a feast in the Val said youth i Wil Giva a be june 15, 1842. The in your safely will you not my dear Ellen sink upon her Knees and pressed her father s hand to her lips Buthe Rashad from her into his room and his sobs audible. When became gazed upon the Bridge Over which Ellen was to pass. Her slight figure was faintly visible preceded by a Flag of truce and at length faded away. I am child said he i have Only to die for my for surrounded by the chiefs and Nobles of his army sat Duke Leopold upon a seat adorned with Gold Aud purple which served for a throne deliberating with them upon the most effectual Means of attacking sole re. The curtain of the Pavilion was raised and an officer entered and informed him that a Young woman the daughter of Bucher re Quested admission. Leopold looked exulting by u Pon his Nobles. Has he sent his daughter to melt our said he does he think that youth and Beauty can beguile let her enter and we will show her that our blood is warmed Only by again the curtain was raised and Ellen dressed in the plainest manner approached the Duke Pedie 6 Een 1 i Advance. A i t current and Ess-1 paid. In do Case will i Maiette Willoft Era who a May thereafter ii k funds Lor each additional c pies sent when request of. By addressed postpaid of no Ulster 30 Ann st., new York. Bro Academy. Of institution i Al Prince term no under the charge of s. Auie management school a Tiu classics. T chemistry. Mineralogy r newly and Ellen could the Beautiful scenery h without being allowed to 1 o was in into its r health and spirits drooped that she permission first the rapidity which she no my medic and and Colborn Obj inc at from r incidentals b. B. U s t e or i son Kail 13th, free from 1 of gaze upon the. He Jivens the a feel that Sho pc could sing Shirb no one it District it. Was not till whom separated hich made Ries of sex at Sunset. We. Inform that Wellsboro m Brocenes York City and the Woods to 73 leap from t Var favorite songs and rapture. Her wild scenery Lluc u was augmented by her naturally t Ozial few Kari when Sun ro5c, it her like the creator lift no he curtain of Tho night and com. Ink Forth from the earliness of his a Ilion. She gaze if on the Valley and listened to the notes he Shepherd s to the tinkle a of the herds of cd Lyle a paid heir deep broke in of Milton Parent of Good Usieto arc thy works. Were her Asur Dziatk the hour of eve Fiig. To upon the groups of healthy Happy parents Cir husbands and fathers i eve were for tie first Ririe in in under of the Cannon w seen the Earth tremble the Al Ca. Illarion Aad despair mingled with the groans of the wounded All struck upon tie ears of Ellen. She flew com Street to Street forgetful of her own safety at Cine moment in search of her father and 11 in next administering comic it to those wretched herself. At length the tumult ceased. The Lunder of the Cannon was heard Honger and the glad tidings were communicated from Mouth to Nouth that in enemy were repulsed and had re Luli i to , Day of Joe life preji4ung i before tie Doo Hen she. Beheld her father approach g supported by his a heaven she exclaimed with me my child the do Oor w rated to their Encarna men Idi Ellen rejoiced in this in Merci Yoti Are said he and thank the sup ram being for this spite from our Calami july wound nothing but you Willi bind it with the tenderest eare e applied e emollients necessary Yaj then his feet bathed his hand at length Hei father Calm and listen to h s we said in idea the Walls onsite ire a rid repulse but they will to e attack with new of Goff stir it ureese Ace n expended and the a wit soon wave Over the a devoted place but i have fail my to to perform incr to Tbs there is bit i for Oft a a afr. Know perceive it she should. Be sed Toppass a Herd of cattle which repair r a a off from in Similt i i fwd Nymand. Answer me not 1 letter to the Duks. God b scarce Ell Genee with her requested in f aus Rte is of give tree and Bent one knee to tha ground said i Ernie to you As a Petitioner to and she placed her fat her s letter in his hand. The Duke looked earnestly at her his Nobles with greater curiosity. The Effort of courage was Over. Her eyes were cast Down and her whole Frame trembled with Emo Tion. My said the Duke address ing an old a wifi who stood near sup port this Young woman to a he then unfolded the letter and Prince who brings you this letter is my Only child All the treasures i possess in this if the Walla of sole re fall i shall be buried under ruins but if you Grant your Protection to my daughter i shall have no More anxiety for her. Give me some Token that will Grant my petition and you will receive your Reward from that being who watches Over the innocent and who knows our hearts. A Archeo magistrate of sole re a deep silence prevailed. At length the Duke upon the line of out Encampment 1st the Banner of the aus Trian army be planted crowned with a Green Garland. By this taken the magistrate will know that he has not mis taken count to you i con fide this Young Maiden i know your integrity your Grey hairs breached in thesera Iceon your a pledge of Security. Yet one More i desire it is your son. 1 Lake him for a Tage. You know that i love him As if he were my of Vul therefore by the value of this pledge he will know Bow highly i estimate my Protection Given to the daughter of Buchbe. But where is the Young count continued the Duke i miss him unwillingly from among my he is at his answered the father i expect him every moment. In the mean time suffer me to express my Hanks for the Confidence you place in me As Well As for your kindness to my the old count now took the hand of Ellen and said you have heard Roy dear child the command of Tho Duke. I Hope you will Trust yourself to As he spoke his Sou entered the Vilin. He gazed at the him in speechless1 astonishment. Ellen too seemed overcome by her situation. The deepest blushes suffused her face and neck while her eyes were cast Down and her heart beat with violence. Wonder my Young said 4he Duke How this creature name among us rough warriors but you will be still More astonished when you that you most Welcome her As your sifter. She is the Only daughter of the magistrate of sole re. Her father has Couf sided her to me and i gave Trust to yours and thus is the y explained. But i am Eon i. 1.4 1 i f lately must need rest there fort request and no and sleeping hours alas i found arms against my against my father and my Fel Low citizens already Bis name has inspired me who terror for he has been Firstin the attack. What is my Worth Jess life in comparison with the Liberty and safety of my country of How have 1 wasted years in the expectation of meeting jts preserver and now i find him my bitterest foe torrents. The re is so hard to Bear As that which years 6f self delusion. Ellen had lost no real Good but the Cas Lle she had erected was now Jaid pros trate and she stood desolate among its ruins. The darkness of the night came on. The rain had descended for several Days and now it fell in torrents. Yet still the Young count walked As Sentinel around the tent which contained his a incr s charge. He had recognized in her the Beautiful girl he had so Fortu Tunaley befriended in he Valley of Laute Brunn and although since that event he bad often thought of her his was an Active and Busy life and lie had not like Ellen wasted Days and years maa Yieldi to pres of in Castle building. Tent emotion but woman Starr live a treat. He believed that he should see her no Moi be and hid ceased to think of her whereas she had considered her destiny As United to Hla and looked Forward with Confidence to the moment they should meet h was not with indifference thai the Young mail now beheld her. 4 of Pas Sion rushed Over his soul. I perhaps he read his influence in the depth of her emotion. He gazed upon the Lent she occupied and wished it were his duty to share it with her. V but this can never thought he. To Morrow soon As the morning dawns i must be first to prostrate the Walls of her native place and perhaps i am doomed Tades Iroy her father. Would that i had never seen her and then i should have gone cheerfully to the a new idea struck him. Perhaps Ellen might have influence enough to persuade her father to surrender without Ris Quing fruitless opposition at least he would make the attempt. With cautious Steps he approached the curtain and spoke in a Low voice. Who said Ellen. It Papenheim said a. May i ask a conference with you i have business to communicate respecting your father Ellen made no reply and raising the curtain he entered. The traces of tears were still on her face. I said he to inform you that Early morning we at tack the Walls of sole re. They and opposition is useless. The that Are dear to you May be sacrificed in their defence and the blood of Cher s a was heard at a distance the solder rushed from the a Feir Ari strife had begun of a nature that baffled the might of Mari. It is Well known with what Over the lining fury the car sometimes rashes Afong destroying and laying waste to the country through which it passes. Six Days of incessant Raim Hud increased its Waters of an alarming Helga la and besides deluding the Cou i Fry around its Waves Rose alarmingly High and spurned All restraint. The greatest consternation prevailed thro out the. Army. All were in motion. The Only h6pe that remained was from the Bridge that bound both shores. It was built of Stone and they hoped it might resist the Force of the Waters and to secure this object was their Zimmei Diate a in. It was necessary to Load it with immense weight and Leopold ordered me n arid horses to this Post. It is our Only said he Hii the Bridge gives Way we Are the danger every moment increased. Nothing could Ibe horror of the the Dai Kness of the Pight Duke., ments flow t by for tie bed a glance not a lat your hear my my scorn and suspicion. It is late for concealment. I love your Over winds had us but of is sin Young her. To Duke looked angry and Pursur d cast gloomy fld threatening around him. His Nobles spoke 3i-d_- air was still Stefi the As hushed and the roaring of and Waters had ceased. Ellen herself to Ine utmost Cote by terror Jand emotion the ground when the rushed Forward to support Teing m6re terrible the groans arid Jol 1 Eta u i a _ on tha Shore the of if strut death that was approaching. The had so lately threat de in mediate destruction to the Devot shall b at to in for me return head. 0v Spring the each of him enl by. Exclaimed the Duke they h be put under t moment a Page entered and the Duke that his army was with the magistrate at their my father exclaimed Ellen j Uke and his Nobles gazed upon in with astonishment. De town of banners stood their in their Aini could How in their need there was but one and that seemed already raised for their destruction. Now danger reached its Icsis. The Bridge tottered to it base yet it still stood when As to mock their fruitless efforts he wind suddenly arose the few remaining soldiers rushed on it and amid the howl of the storm and and acclamations of the army the Bridge suddenly gave Way and the Waters rushed Over them now were the Gates of open and the rushed Forth with desperate Resolution. In a to mint the wild tempestuous car War a offered with rafts and boats. Fearley s of the. Death that threatened they sep their object and by to Weir flaming did Teni Binl to the to Inge once More alone claimed i have at length preserver of my life i whose image for three years has filled my Wak your citizens deluge the streets but it is All in vain. I come then to beg you to use your influence Wilh your a her to spare this useless write Aud i will see that he has the Etter morning. Tell him that we know the state of Type it s without ammunition and that the vails Are tottering. By resisting ruin capitulating he May obtain honorable terms i when the Young Man entered Ellen lad Flung herself on a seat Pale Tern Iling and shrinking from his View Utas he proceeded the. Color mantled in her Cheeks and when he ended she stood erect. Rely not too much on the weakness of said Shef it is for Freedom we Are contend ing and every Man feels he is.a.ha3t. Up you think that if Ray father would to terms he would have sent me his onry child among his enemies for no he will shed his last drop of blood for his country Atad were i to propose capitulation our spurn Ray letter. You must dirty remember it is the you War and make not the life you she bursting into tears Vai Ulesis my 1 would to for , y i he 1 lives we situation Ift ered. Fellow c As fellow 6nr Hare i have o of our e saving y Eft dest own As in a i moment the venerable Bucher appear before him. My Eliver you the men whose saved. All that their for lorry required. We have admin i come in the name of my Lizena to restore hem to you Uneit. To Morrow it be lot to fight these As foes. B it e condition to make. Twelve Zens have fort their lives in or army. Their families Are Ute. You enter our coi querer protect the e wid is and aged Jia reats of those humanity. When sole re i shall a no More Lut i life willingly for Triy country in the Protection you have my daughter me by the magnanimity of the Duke sprung from his Hrew his. Arms around t will cease to said he Lood to flow in my veins Ter sole re As a its venerable magistrate Promise Over i Bucheger seat and my Hea and the when i e if y discovered the victims who were sinking. Every measure was used the greater part saved conveyed to the town an d the Gates immediately closed. By the Light of the torches Leopold beheld what was going Forward. He saw his army in the Handy of the ene my and not a possibility of preventing it. Shame shame i he cried in i anti Jude heard of to seize such a ment of Public calamity to satisfy their Jand pro Tec murderous thirst for life to condemn tit air fellow beings to a inc o n d death my Brave soldiers and companions would thai you had sunk beneath the wave if is frightful it and you debate to ii face c f Tud e a to Morr hot and with its Walls main As a frien from your Prince a smile word by chef wan deserves revenge and shall have Slody revenge Tho Walls of sole re be Laid prostrate and every Chi Tizen pay with his life this horrid out rage and As for Well Houglin cried he starting i not the reopen in my hand hat will Pierce his heart the Urier earful wretch did not receive his Daugh or with the tenderness of a Parent did i not give my word to protect her is baseness exceeds human compre Hension. He exclaimed to one All a in Ste the attendants bang the gig a Here of that Bei _ f a our Moura from the joined to to knowledge o. 6i Sta Sot in Law i have n o look of to modesty As a Faith ask his arms at Ever to the r Theresa in woman s tears and so u seem of r Man get his errand. At length hers ,. My duty j shall be Gua Deij with my his White hair by his a Demeanour by his Resolution to die rather than yield. Added she with dignity every citizen resembles him n All Are my a shall bitterly repent of this my Noble said e Burig count his. sparkling with fire and his Cheek glow ing a Frh emotion i Arn the youngest of Ybur guards but if none else will a Freak i Avill beseech you for the Sake of your , not to with drat your Protection. You Are just and g Ood j by t do not in a moment of anger pm Mit a you will for Ever at this my ment ii Levi she suspected some new 5 o you Rifici seek 1 alter use the Trepl a d v Atill Jysk my Dearest Laid the count seizing h is t is s of Nefele in the fill list a limit or Brunn that i i knew not her name 4 though i had often thought of her had Givan up ill expectation of Ever seeing her again. I see my he raising his eyes to duri i f it is the re them for that i g thin the w h o i e no. 200. Or exclaimed the Duke Steru e Nobles hear when t you what i vill repeat in the world. In the name Perot Fredrick i Dei Faie Roe and Independent state morning i will enter ils is a conquerer a just your permission Plait Upari y Banner that it May re Oken of my Friendship and 6 future generations Noble father or of his country s Freedom Are another duty to perform Nheim my old and Well ii or clout Well will Grants request Prince rom Man said More found Iri Erid will you take this Young i love As a son for your if your daughter declines Ling Morel to say of tenderness of blushing she cast a the count Dier s he threw Uhd her to aversion father. A he is i but entrust the 5, who has Al Eaffy changed to time sole re has been Helvetia league and As a Frei and Independent Are Many Oft Lienhard themselves Asif for a ladies male friends do not Tell of their Jierou Narv d is they "h4v in a Man Worth new. Al be on Obj the less smiles for at they would gladly avoid y arc not for in change paper. I esp
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