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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 23, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaVan e Tioga Eagle. By James p. A Gill edit far and proprietor. Wellsborough Tioga co., a. Dollars ind fifty cents per Uii exclusive of cents deducted if Pai 1 within the year and for Cash actually Nee one Roll or will be deducted to paper discontinued until All arrearage Are 1, unless at the option of the editor Alverl sements nol exceeding twelve lines in etl three times far one Tor every sub sequent insertion Twenty five cents. Notices not Edina a lines inserted for seventy five Centa. T charge for one 01 three insertions the same. Iberal discount to yearly advertisers. Original it Kitten for the Tioga eao1.e. To the memory of Henry Clay jr.1 by Allen f Frazee a tribute to his memory ii All that we ran Yiem a dotted blood hath Crim soned. That Mero Oriole Field. Where Many r hero fallen. Sleeps on the lonely Plain and of simple Structure. Aftuk where the Brave Wera slam. With courage daring Jle Rudhe i at War s alarms to Brave the of Battle Ami i the Flash of armo. And i h Hubo d Brave Hardin and fell where the starry Banner. Waved proudly o or the free. Yet we will twine a Cheju to of lame and weave its lode a i laurels around hit deathless a Bright Nalo of glory. Around Hia deeds shall Bairn whose Light shall beam forever e h e silent irn. Sweep on. Thou daring Eagle among the no Hanrion to storm or Thunder the plume of Freedom hear on thy gorgeous the of glorious Thuu i Riglis Emblem of of Freedom s Daun Ilesa son s. Nodi Ille a Toga vol. O. 44. That is a replied and the of Ber 7" we have u addled she Preti the count s myself and my have to Burchai lady while for right and left p look of great we can no the gossips one would Thi when the Cas with its army Eul a Day i and no change of the Castle. Little girl w an airing demoiselle Amelie de mar Elro Nille proudly. T Ber but let me iding great haste for till e come there Are none but Aughter to Wall on him. I provisions and my younger then elbowing bottled past with a por Taace. Onger speak to cried cause her count has arrived Ebe was become is pc on us old fooling valets us Borses its Carn into Ihfe Are not expected to As a proof of this i dozen years to a re come from the coach to see if the strange and now thai you will wish you b Goi Porter politely taking away. The poor girl Rem Street nol knowing w who asked her vib Ages there be no Dorng with her never Bave sup turned when Ber daughter Lage there a their Pride a o Days a week passed away ook place in the appearance us Lor seeing the count w he met alone on foot and tie Petronille proudly took on b the Village one would need that Ibe was re poor Petronille therefore or Arguenta went into the Vil no end to rallying them and put to hard trials. I t wan East. N a turn for a Long Lime e House la let for a Tan family. I Jen Only ave1 been info old i d and the scoot car to of Frog 0riemc, agriculture on Wellsboro wednesday june 23, 1847. I whole Job. 463. Marguerite would lol have been ii Ter of up Ironville u she did not to extricate from a i Lemity Captain of the boat plied conducted her Man whom he knew a avg she now o Rifae House o she had a cams disengaged on i he grand into i he Street. Thi strangers Wen led in it a modes dinner was be them mid they Werb left alone dined and made Amelie Dine m put her to bed in lha Only one tin she then let Down n window Anil of a i room looking Rosial. But too True t their master was mined the count am countess de Maicille had lost every Hinl but this Castle in the Revo Lution and to Bey Hud escaped to the United states there they died their Eon could Bare repaired their by a Rich Marri 3, talc. The Black veil. By Eigene scribe in the autumn of 1636, a chaise drove up o the of an ancient Clia Leav ulus de near to St Andre de Culzac a Vil see n Gascony on the Road southward to Bour Deaux the fortunes of ibis chateau Here Remar Cable ii had for Apps been the Resi Dence of the counts de Marcella but at ibis period it was inhabited by no Olber human being than an old peasant named be i Uon Lle and tier i i Oriulle was a singular woman she had Merj the us count de Marcillie and Al though this waa forty years ago the lapse of Tim did not prevent her from still feeling towards Ber Nursling the affection of a Moriber no she had Nul seen him since the car 1778, when the countess de mar Willae quilted the came Wuh Ber son la re join my in paid be lad remained there until Ibe revolution the family then Obi Ted to Fly the Empire bad since Crum bled Avray and then came the restoration but Petronille had nil of her master even once during All this of years. Great misery reigned throughout the Cha teau de Marcilla the lands la uncultivated and had ceased to Bear the Vine stocks not being renewed had pinched one by one Walls already very Lorl Urevig Dili Pida led the Rool fell in and Large gutters were formed in it so thai when in rained one was scarcely More within than without. Petron lie had Many and Many Lune Send letters la uie Canless but she never Recei Ved any answer judge Ihen the Isis wish ment and Joy of the poor old woman when from this Poi chaise descended the count de Marcilla and Bis daughter now Only two years old when they had in lied the door Cloe a and Ibe Post chaise returned Wilh the horses Al full Gallop that evening All the gossips of St Andre vied with each other who should have most to say on the subject of the unusual arrival they were lost in conjectures especially we n they Bow nol the Castle Gale re open and Petronille run about the Village to Purchase upper for her guests. 7 be next morning therefore when made her appearance she was met by a dozen of Ber intimates who bad been watching for her Well neighbor who is this that comes 1 without ceremony to establish himself at the Cinie if he comes without ceremony to at the said Petronille i standing erect and playing with the ribbon which held her scissors Lober apron it is but he to like himself the Una pair Given birth i lion in his try from who years and b the ruined Ca lion Felon in country lather consid ibis sum 1 m Ter the Chol yes to for she Couk master mom will deprive i dear the count ence in his c at this Mark nor was so Petronille was the frien family be Yearance Bel All sorts of w few comforts his child 1 family const would go in and Gap. Ket on her beaded his Cousin a poor Emigrant he married her but be had is to lose Ber after she had i daughter the Cailil in ques or rom he thou Obi of his coun he had been absent so Many was now returned to inhabit be Bis Only re mauling posses my Good said he to Oman i Bave borrowed a Able sum on my properly on i live and bring up my Daugh of my dear returned Petronille nol bring herself to Call her do nol be uneasy we selves of everything for this of Ber band pressed it in Sil a and Petronille Ida Happy familiar Maffei lion undeserving of this attention no Ordinary Domestic she As Well As the servant of Ilie is keeping up All proper a. The villagers she contrived and Means for procuring a Bee impoverished master and order to Purchase articles of option at a cheap Price Ahe journeys during the night toil bring Home a loaded Bas the count himself never p sacrifices Petronille did not iks but for the pleasure of per she considered her duty. No on in ibis Way for six months the count de Marcilla fell ill big end approaching1, be called my old said he to Ber listen to Ime attentively r my it Ord As Loon As i shall you will take the Money pro ably because he has a right to do it 11, then the count de Mallat 7" win Perez around just As you replied Petronille Feruline up her Chin and biting her lip. He the count in a Black Stock worn out coat and shoes Down at Ibe Heel the to int then returns turned my Good Patro Bill e ruined exclaimed the latter Crim soned Nih Singer and he returns no a h thing no thing giggled a neighbor where then his trunks is Bis Gage " a dded another. Veries Bia on riders in the urn. Of the i. Said old woman of the , who bad known e Loury of Ibe Marcillas. Alt these will arrive in answered Troville with downcast eyes. Tell us at least what child hat is which bold by Bud f knew of the Troik for lha forming Aba mailers Al Luat Lime and Ferline Petronille i am and Rem Embi be no More you will find in my secret Ane you will set out for Prii with my daughter and you will Lake Berlo Madame de mayans my poor wife s aunt. This lady has but one son she is very Rich she will receive my dear Little one least i Hope so i will to your will monseigneur re plied Pedro go b an hour signed his s orphan this was mile. She foreseeing she said to am going o when i an a near the will find a i monseigneur you will and will find in set oat for is Ibe add will will g of Monteiga Ille weeping f the Parish priest come to Filer Ibe Conat de Marcilla re u1 to god and Amelie was an a heavy stroke to poor Pedro look to her bed of fever and Hai she would not Rise from it her daughter Marguerite i High to rejoin monseigneur dead you will have me buried As possible than you Urjil in thai Lake gave h to me before he died to this Money that which you the old tinder Jug and you will arts with Mademoiselle Tipre is of Madame de Man inns Yon e up to Hal eur and. Let lady the Mademoiselle de Able to reply your services or nol Jou w ii continue with her if this Cousin should not wish to receive Mademlis Selle you vill work to support Ber it is your duty. I am a Signac you Alto Are one and Talfie Lignare a have always been in the Servici of the m very it shall fell replied Marguerite e done according to your wish in a month after a Young country girl and a child Ian the passag Days. The Gir de mayans by you c uld not Bave addressed yourself to any one who could belter inform am her Boosa Porter de from the boat which Hail made from Bourdeaux to Paris in eight Baring inquired where Madame resided a Man who was handing Yon than Madame i son the count Arnand who is it is said in Pelican Balth. From Italy they will go just set out for Italy with Al it leaning on her asleep i rna l Ned Al bits nil a r found Tell Vibal in Romigh the count 8 mind during the night bul As Boon As she heard sunni one stir ring in he a noise incite Mon Iii to the hostess said the 1 Nan the of a Good boarding school Good boarding schools arc said lha woman Jas Iii a tempt on the sle Brlej lers we want not of the Oney Madame. The Hest i play Youl said Marguer that air of Pride we Mother 11 in Bat Case i Madame Lartigue j cd she derived f recommend the Faubli Rule where Are nibble and Rich youth ladies Only 1 Mademoiselle de Marcilli who tend is Noble and replied Mai verite. She put on Amelie asked for a Hackney Best frock and coach and Aesir driven to the Odd rela named said Marguerite to Iress of tar Boerding Schuol 1 Mademoiselle de Marcillie tjer1 id dress of con travel Nimee with omber to you urdu n i Rausl of her accent which Didiot become my defied by made the same Ana Werland concealed everything about herself even to the place of her abode. Elie joined her entreaties to those of Lartigue a but she obtained nothing e Day which Marguerite had fixed to to Mademoiselle de Maicille the Money or schooling the hour of twelve every paler and More fatigued than when last resented herself bul her eyes were Rodi nth in one hand be brought purse of Money and in the other Somr ins. As Long a Amelia was a child preen is consisted of Playl Hines Sweet ant hog and cakes Al a inter period she Broi Ghl a frock a jewel or some music fourteen years passed ibus. Amelia had at Inpil her sixteenth year. Slie was Bloom ing Bee Chai and Brau Laiful me old. As hut Ibe peasant girl bad to her costume in Vias led of line Star Mother Are dead a i r oily living Madame de Mhz Unis is to he alls France for twelve yearn Tui do n easy As to pay men Aniver to you for ser to me Foi the de Marc ills s Suid see Well answer Lor to re countenance like i Onille Vas the i near Bourdeux Dence of our Mast that is Well that if i receive m for mud Mouell it Ironi be in i will ged in nothing it was changed in Noth in was still the Woollen pro Linoal show be Small of the legs in Blue stockings Iler Little much at their ease in a pointed Large Black wooden shoes Cal i of her Long Waist and High Bonnet Linen. The secrecy which reigned in out Marguel e Acona displeased the t Ami open disposition of madams Marti and disquieted the confide big a june of ii. Madame de Mizani Only one had a right to desk Aud an explanation Marguerite or refuse her gifts was absent and All that could be done the 10 Wall Wenli till Lime cleared up a mystery. I i 1833, being Ibe 17th anniversary of the end Ince of Amelia into Madame Lartigue s of twelve o clock struck without mar he making her appearance a usual at least uneasy. Amelia but Ibe needed and mar uneasiness began to if any evil should her she should my cod then alone upon the " cried she Anil neither the caresses ads Kne Lartigue nor Ber assurances of it ship could console her. Said sorrowing girl Knour Well Mihac you 11 a far the Pooro Phan what Margue done Lor her but you cannot speak me of Tny Walher you did not know sch gue no Haitsm vast Coos i 10 ment of will an Nitelle u who ird Mai Guentter with Rar Al my Moll try pet nuni Nur a his Castle we had there my Good girl b demoiselle maj u is from consideration and respect misfortunes. Al Terr this if you i much the belter. M am the Mother ily and am not Foi Bidden to Thi it Kilow y House for her me so f a fam of my interest but if any me not so much the belter Shell Bave done a Good deed therefore my Licule Gascon do not self to the trouble of ease As 10 the Holjol your Oung m Marguerite vibe Hovie Vrr Abou put your Nulbe at to make fresh protestations bul the epithet Lille Gascon shut her she paid the final schooling i pm much in awing leave of Amelie and in Drew Tirrit alld at How Little waa thought of or u Ord i however two years away Wilhour markup mate a reappear once and Hough Madame la Tigue was not uneasy Athelie was deeply one cd Al also sail it 11 she Shou the Lille girl for All that i Lue die papa i Elro Nille and whim i did nol bul the lust d j of this second turn ii lore Long turned nut nil year she due for the past Aid Erable bum in Bave the heat renters Lar to question my ear mar reception year due r Amelie so much she is Wapl ome Tail g to Fie i he re the Burnt Day in l Lul Only Money herself in the Dami Lang ii to uses required i me thai 1 am no d Khe proudly go Tritle present room paid to m Ami All other Esq you see a Nett of a a demanded to sea her Young miser will Joy Al Seelig her Gion Hanu and slut and Chi ii or third pro d be dead weeping in year bul also Alio Ihei con older slut a Liflie Sunu Nusic Aid Lis Boboul in qui and find he i Ben Ilo you this ii Lori me Here said a voice but so broken lha Amelia did not at first recognise it qui Kly turning round she lond herself in Ibe arms of Marguerite. A first moment of Surprise Over Amelie Madame were about to ask the Cal the of her absence especially the cause of the confusion and Fri girl which appear Dan court Nancy when the Porter announced Bijil a gentleman earnestly int rated to Wilh Madame Lartigue immediately a Man still Young though not sufficiently so to sex his impel rosily precipitated himself the room looking round perceived a a Lartigue and suddenly his manners ame what might be expected from his a is elegant Ard dignified said advancing towards Dame Larl Igop. And Salu ung her Wilb All ease and Grace of a Man of fashion i by you to excuse my strange conduct of Ich i am about to explain Ibe t first i beseech you Tell me if you know i person he pointed to Marguerite by the sight of the intruder became vis Fly disturbed then All Ai once she seemed a take a Resolute part. Replied Madame la Ligua in a Are Lone i would first Pray you to in pm me to whom 1 have the Honor to m y intention is not to conceal my name Adame permit me in the first place to exam the cause of my abrupt Entrance. Lately lived in pans i went yesterday to the Rencz i Henrj and coming out by Mon Visier Street h Here i bad ordered my Carlo wait a voice struck my Clear Arjunious voice each vibration of which no la my Hearl. I knew u i had already u no rime Al Turin Al Florence Al Seville at Cordova and i could ii for it bad a Gascon accent Hocti reminded me of Bordeaux my native Lacr everywhere i Beard in i made my a Brough Ibe Crown to come near Ibe Inger and everywhere i found her envelop d a Long Brown drets Wilh her face cover d by Black veil nothing betrayed her age. My astonishment when yesterday 1 Ibe same especially Ibe same in cell 1 rushed towards the was till the same figure and i cried out who ver you Are 1 will know Yon 1" it Drew Back gained one of the numerous passages f the palate Royal and disappeared. Thia evening going through the Faubourg Saint honors when i arrived at Ibe place bean eau. I Law a Little Savoyard he asked alms of a woman whose dress was such Ai tha of Bordeaux Wear he gave bin a piece Nying Here poor Little thing 1 recognised voice of my mysterious Sinfer. This woman has entered your House. This ii ration madams Bat i at ibis thought Amelia was Monso and the wept bitterly she could i Hei listen to Comfort nor receive any and began crying out Marguerile a vol n a fun Hare presented myself in a 10 Annai Kant l consistent. 1 replied mar a comprised and smiling c Ulen re Mem Ber our voyage la a child o bring protect be a sum Given by your father is Bat sum in comparison to what explain yourself said Madame Lartigue in a severe Lone. What Amelia could this sin be you Marguerite r of it is impossible it was not Jou it was puerile with Ante you continued Itye. The absence of Ibe Only Rel anon who could Lake care of you disturbed me to such a degree that i could not sleep the first Nihl of our arrival 1 was but a child having i had it is i but what w was 7 not being Able to sleep i opened our Little room window and prayed god to Espire me what to do when two Persona passed How much did you get no tired a woman three mid a Man and 1 Bare got four Tyiee and four make seven. May Beven Send us so much every Day snarl we shall be Halelo rear our children a continued the 11 the Day when 1 got Twenty Frances for my singing alas my voice is nol now Clear twirl As when travelled. And in the provinces in foreign countries especially when 1 Sang he songs of porn White pieces even yellow ones were showered upon me i heard nol Ibe rest of Ibe conversation but oaf thing i marked that with a Fine voice i knew that mine was than usually could gel Twenty France a i instantly determined on my course i paid year s schooling for you Mademoiselle i could absent myself one year i sol about learning All new songs 1 then set out. I was very Young to travel in this Way. The first time i Sung my youth Drew opon me More words then voice gathered sous but heaven inspired me with the idea of concealing myself in a Long dark coarse and Black veil acid i had the pleasure to Bear it said around me that creature Mui i be very ugly to conceal herself seventeen years now passed away Moriber in High you ought to be said devoted girl raising her eyes to heaven. I have been la bring up Ibe child of our Mau Ler to pay Ibe mortgage Bat weighed Down he Caslor. I Haw had it repaired the Casile Dea Marne la is now fit to receive Ray Young mistress " Bourdeaux quickly demanded the stranger whose presence ame lie and Madame Lerngue had forgotten Dur ing Marguerite s simple and touching recital this Young lady 19 Mademoiselle mar cued he. Then addressing the elder lady he said. Madame will you be to Good a to permit me to present my respects to my Cousin 1 am Armand mayans said he to Amelia 1 will go for my Moriber she will be delighted to find the daughter of her beloved neice a Trace of whom she has been unable to discover though she has addressed several letters to Bourdeaux a soon As m. De was gone Madame Lartigue complimented Margueri e in her generous Derot Edness and Amelia brew herself in tears on neck of the Noble girl 11 become my sister let tha Fortune gained by you be shared Between us 1 owe you everything Marguerite even to the family which Yon enabled me to Findy the affectionate caresses of Amelia were interrupted by lh4 arrival of Madame de mayans and her son our Story May now be said to be finished we have Only to add that Amelia men to reside with her aunt and was aft awards married to her Cousin the Marquis a Zans. The faithful Marguerite was now Happy. Initialled As houskeeper of the old family Castle in Ticcony and rejoicing in occasional visits of her she had nothing in ibis Earlb to wish for her life having afforded one of Rosl charming instances on record of two things Wilhour which this world would be and Fidelity Power of imagination. Influence of the imagination on the nervous system has on some occasions produced effects bordering on a slate of insanity. The following in Point. A few years since Elijah barns of Penn Sylvania killed a Rattlesnake in his Field without any injury to himself and immediately afterwards pot on Bis Ion s Waistcoat both being Ibe same Colour returned to Bis and on attempting to Button Bis Waise oat he found to his astonishment Hal it was too email. His imagination was now wrought to a High and he in stantly conceived the idea that he had been bitten imperceptibly by the Snake and was thus swollen from its Poison. He grew suddenly very ill and took Lohia bed. Tha family in great alarm and confusion summoned three physicians and the usual reme Dies were prescribed and administered. The patient however grew worse and worse every minute until at length bit son came borne with Bis father s Waistcoat dangling about him. The mystery was instantly unfolded and the patient being relieved from imaginary Hia phys Cigle ind waiver Tea tit Bulah. Authoress m is the late and while the last is Osceola Al s grave. Bel from s. Sigourney is Colt in an Inci vat dories id Florida juggle was being to sire their Bont Irig grounds and from the grasp of Tea. Man. Col. Serb Roe Wasilio the completing a treaty with that powerful which had for in lode on the accomplished a r the government to Cherokee chiefs nation and proc to he Camps of i be devour to Peri Bank Vigo a treat move weat. The and the termination War ii already w Oice la the Princi band hoisted the u Emblem of peace i Guyline Ibe chief Denly a unfunded b dispatched by the i in chief and not b seized made Pricopi Yean ranted Innie and which he happily Civ to instructions from ate a delegation of with the meat of the old to Florida directly Seminole chief Sod in Abr Fri to Kiy the Toma of lasting peace and re recess of col. Be Burca of bal Long and bloody i known in history Al War chief with me Flag and under of the Trail for St aund hit Warrion were the american Diago Ous Dera of the commander Ding the while Flag were a and matched in Der guard Losi there Caal into the Damp Dungeon of after the by cattle Marion. Sooke Ive Young heroic Osceola. Died of a broken b Art while to unfunded by Hia wife children Dia Inal Dungeon Friend col b ban pipe of peace remember him All body and placed in weeping Vii snort. In while Nek he gave Bia me Hia War plumes Lur and gome other relic a o a lock of hair. Tit Day be 1 red Bis be id was severed from his a vase of Spiri is and now adorns Ibe shelf of an apothecary in St Augustine Florida his bras taken by the surgeons and the headless Skellon of the chief May now be Nilba Closel of a physician of Charleston South Carolina we May therefore Well preface the a Dutiful lines of mrs Sig Jirney i b the unanswerable i Ieslin m Ottola t grata from let Phil ado saturday co Arier. Grave. To colonel John h. Sher Fourne. By mis. L b Iio Yukkit red Eagle of the thai Ilar d Thi who brought in to Grovel in i High heart and t no Blond thy sky King or Day from thine ene proud e Clay 1 Rve who True k thee Down Lumes distame no Arrow from the Archer s Bow 1 by beating bosom pained. What cd wha thy Pale fac d brother knows the ule hut renders no rep y Heck d Tufty Pinion s scaring flight t Raj rom u Why piercing eye1 Why Plant he o or thy to ii of some Cypress tree resting plate 1 Why breathes a not the Dirge for thee of noblest o thy race. But o a Tud Ilen requiem flow d. In wild in missus d for pit my n lure give the Strain Bat Baug Hejl Man denied. A morning Bird from rifled nest pour d Forth a Lune us Lay and with Aad Melody diam d the ear of p mag Day. So where by Balmy breezes Fann j the dark Palmetto wave. That lonely Fri Rel pour d its Wail o or Uso Eola 8 grave. Bart fund March 1847. A word to mothers. The most common cause of a High Shoul Der ii to be fou a i in the abominable practice of undressing girl s necks Ai Low As the bang ing of their cloths will permit instead of the a Broider straps of their Dregs being As they should fairly above he Root of Ibe acro Minal processes that in in the Centre of the they Noil com Only skirt the extreme end of those processes and rest on the round up per part of the a deltoid Muscles Retting nearly on the extreme Edge of the or Are actually far Down on the arms in Conse Quence of w having Little or no suspension of the shoulders is on tartly and 6irli her clothes dropping Doun or at least to keep item in place is continually hitching up the Shoul Der from which the shoulder Moat easily Sli Lea and thus the elevating Muscles be coming stronger on that tide pull the thou Der perms try up and produce a very ugly appearance. But the Muchiel does nol Stop Here for though there be no dil Raee of Lue spin this constant bitching of the shoulder causes he Bead and neck to be thrown t the other whilst be Chest la thrown unit to the same Side Ana a lateral curvature of the is produced and a figure is spoiled for simple purpose of uncovering her neck and shoulders As Al Ai possible which As Well Lor decency Foi the preservation of the child s health Liuget to be covered Many parents Bave thus been the real cause of their daughter s distortion if not of More serious consequence and therefore in Row ing girls who have the Leati disposition to slip their shoulders out of Ribeir dress most special care should be taken to prevent possibility of keeping up tins habit by ing dress made so High that ii slide Down and Iben Ibe sensation of its slip Ping being lout Ibe child no longer continues to Hilch opt her shoulder and by a Little tuntion to a triage mis chief if col Long standing May got rid of. Set Tom stud try. Paddy my jewel Why Don t Yon Yoor ears cropped they Are entirely too Long for a Man and replied Pat Aie too Short for a is

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