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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 10, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaStar s notice Lor Tioga county. E estate of the h for up in Hil Man Wilon office Well born Jan to her rough the up Reward. Kohler Eri Orton for Uin pm 20 per cent jew Rinrin 1 i by suitable i Tiht Tor Sale the office at be i Tofalo Robes. And for by r h. Smith. I. Is and fits. Ii i h Nam r of Irwinjr Fowler innit of i or. Hair Val also i 1 pc a ird Sale by the i rpm of Superior s at the per far Rel n huh is 11 n i us r ref firm of David g. N r i m uni Rise of on i in j l its bran hrs limn i t t in Corner of Ciaffon trip s my oct Opidi Eil 111 lir Weils Tri t to business to Public at in Acup. So ironed in ,1 it the to Rigi notice. W to order 1 c n r d 0. S Ion. Y sly 8. I j l la Jor Sale by Isil i r it cd Numon for Sale f. H. Smith. _ Cash Snyr Unce to it or clinics he bus just received d Railroad from and cheapest Lih. 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Printed and published every wednesday by j. P. Of a year payable half 5 Early in Advance r Uttof within the year vol. No. 30. Tiocj.4 Tioga county a conditions. No subscription received for a Shorter period Tenn nor will any paper be discontinue i arrearage arc paid but at the publisher. I Leilh mints making not More than a Square wit lbs tic Rcd three times for on and Iti Eterija insertion Twenty five cents. Advertisements charged in the same pro for Lynn exceeding six lines will be Squaret and those tax lines times for seventy Jive 1 8 3-4 Eli far every Lime after. The Price for one welf Osborough wednesday March 10, 1841. Whole no. 134. View. My dear said the lady smilingly " pit Down deside me and let to. R Ujj Liberal redaction to those who advertise us in the year the Price of a Hundred sous. A interesting fringe tale a Young and handsome pair had just returned from the alter where their destinies were irrevocably United. The me say something to you. Were about to sure for the country and the Young husband. Obeyed but they had Bidden a temporary Farewell did not quit her hand. She be to the friends who were present at the once on a Frederic started and half seriously exclaimed heavens it is a fairy the newly wedded husband took one ill should prove an he grasp those alms have decided my Fate i de his Bride s hand Aid if to prevent life. On the Day following that miser her from being spirited away from has Able night an old woman in whom i had inspired some sentiments of pity enabled me to enter As a sem stress into a respectable House. Cheerfulness returned to me with labor. I had the Good Fortune to become a Daronte with the mistress whom i served and i cards ceremony. For a Short time while their equipage was preparing they found themselves alone. His Bride a hands into his own. From Blae Kwon to Magazine. Hope. If Hope be to live 1 for what besides has life to rivet youth and and Beauty too if Hope he or Harare you life without hope1 of that is not to live hut Cay by rot with cold Ana passions dead Pitman Ler o or the world and tread Tjonn us Bea Itti and to Alle or its flowery Ninon of think if thu be life then who when Hope flown away 7" youth without Hope an endless night Trees which Felt the cold Spring s blight the lightning s Flash the Thunder s strife yet Pine away a weary life. Which older would have sulk and died beneath Ihen Roket their youth but. Burst with length of Dayi Are to rail at youth of Bartut. Me without Hope it cannot a there it a vessel on Yon becalmed and Lail less As despair and hopeless love floats Thuro. And Beauly Hope is has Tost Ray in which it shone and seen without Light. Hat the beam which Mads it Bright. How what avails the Silken hair the Angel smile and gentle air the beaming Eye and glance fit semblance of a purer sparkling in the Points where the brighter strata run 1 alts now to be bestowed to mock at misery i hey speak of Days lung gone by than Point to cold reality and with a death like smile they of what Are we when Hope s away thus life youth Lowe and Beauty too when seen without Hope s brightening Hue All sigh m misery s Saddest Why seek to live if Hope be gone " allow said he thus to hold your hand for i dread least you should quit me. I tremble least All this should be an illusion. It seems to me that i am the hero of one of those fairy tales which amused my boyhood and in which in the hour of happiness some malignant fairy slept Ever in to throw the victim into grief and reinsure yourself my dear Frede said the lady. I was yesterday the widow of sir James Melton and to Day i am Madame de la tour your wife. Banish from your mind the idea of the fairy. This is not a fiction but a Frederic de la tour had indeed some reason to suppose that his fortunes were the work of a Wand for in the course of one or two Short months by seemingly inexplicable stroke of Fortune he Hud been raised to Happi Ness and to wealth beyond his desires. A friendless orphan Twenty five years old he had been the Holder of a clerk ship which brought him a scanty livelihood when Day As he along the vie is Honore a Rich equip age slept an Denly before him and a Young and elegant woman called from it to him. Said she. At the same time on a Given signal the Footman leapt Down opened the car nage door and invited Frederic to enter. He did so though with some hesitation and Surprise and the Carriage marked off at full Speed. I have re listen to me foolish resumed the lady. There was once a Young girl the daughter of parents Well born and at one time Rich but who had declined sadly in circumstances. Until her fifteenth year the family lived in Lyons depending entirely for subsistence upon the labor of her some better Hopes sprang up and indu ced them then to come to Paris but it is difficult to Stop in the decent Down the path of misfortune. For three years the father struggled against at last died in a Hospital. The Mother soon followed and the Young girl was left alone the occupant of a Garret of which the rent was not paid. If there were any fairy connected with thir history this was the moment for her appearance but none came. The Young girl remained alone without friends or prolate is harassed by debts which she could not pay and was the first that Rose to but what tremors i aft least you should have been ried in that Case you would n have heard Naglit of this fairy though i would have taken some Means or other to serve and enrich you. I would have gone to England and there in passed my regret perhaps but Der need i did my Best by unwearied Dili still in peace. But happily it was to be ast gence and care to Merit otherwise. Y0u were she was often visited by people in High Frederic de la tour was now Awa Lifs. One Day sir James Mellon an keyed As it were to the full certainty some form Bent Over her Pillow the English gent Jean of great property his happiness. What he could not wreck of All which gives Beauty and but before look upon As a sort of Freak dignity to manhood and a voice hide of fancy in a Young and wealth to Ous from drunkenness murmured in mail was new proved to Boner eur lne disgusting words of an Idi of deep and kindly feeling most Honor holy Leeling gave place to and loathing and of there is nothing in the human suffering like the wrong and scorn from these whom we love and would die nothing which so changes and chills the confiding bosom. And All thin Ger Trude Felt and her High spirit Sank us the trial. She perished but the moments of her exam thrice were a soothed by the voice of times indeed a bloated and Loath Caine to the establishment along with a parly of ladies. He noticed me. He returned again. He spoke Wilh my mistress Rand Learnt that i was of Good Short Learnt my whole his tory. The result was that he sat Down by my Side one Day and asked me plainly if i would marry him. Marry cried i in Surprise. Sir James Melton was a Man Ofui to tall Pale and feeble looking. In answer to my exclamation of astonish ment he said yes i ask if you will be my wife i am Rich but have no happiness. My relatives seem to yearn to see me in the i have ailments which require a degree of kindly care that is not to be bought from servants. I have heard your Story and believe you to be one who will support Pisa purity As Well As you have adversity. I make my of Able to her who entertained it. The heart of the Young husband Over Loviei i with gratitude and affection of the Lovely and Noble hearted being who hat Given herself to him. He was too Happy for some time to speak. His wife first broke silence. So said she gaily you see that if i am a fairy it a Yon who have Given be the Talisman has effected All " and co Ca Rould respectfully announce to tie lumbermen Farmers mechanics people in general that he has lust received via Philadelphia and Harrisburg Railroad fro a York the largest Best and cheapest 23 in seeking in vain for some species of employment. She found none. Sull it was necessary for her to have one Dayon which she tasted nothing. The night that followed was sleepless. Next Day was again without food and the poor girl was forced into the Resolution of begging. She covered her head Wuh her Molher b veil the Only Hermitage she had Cerely and that you will agree to Gertrude. You know Gertrude the Opin Ion prevalent in Tho neighbourhood regard to your Friend maid Gertrude with a proposal sin forced composure i know nothing to Bis Vantage. Id now he has eoe implacable enemies at that time. Continued who would gladly sacrifice him. I the lady i loved you. I had seen know too that their tongues have not you but once but Ihal occasion was too Gibeon defamation in its foul memorable Lor me Ever to forget it est nature has been plentifully bestow and something always insinuated to de on a virtuous and High minded Gen that we were destined to pass through Hie together. At the Bottom of my said her Mother i soul i believed this. Yet every Ore am aware that the world sometimes con around me pressed me to accept the demos unjustly. I know that defame received and stooping 10 As to simulate Fer made to me and the thought struck Tion has sometimes hunted Down the age she went into streets. When me thai i might one Day make virtuous and blackened the fair Fame of there she held out her hand. Alas wealthy. At length my main object the upright and praiseworthy. But that hand was White and lion to sir James Melton s proposal Lay when so much is averred respecting delicate she Felt the necessity of Cov in a disinclination to make Wilton when friends and foes alike a remember that in uniting her with that of a drunk re she is draw ing Down upon her head the heaviest of curses. It were better to embrace the sepulchre whose cold a u Are haunted Only by the spectre of decay. It is the Wedlock of Beauty and pollution of purity and pestilence the binding of the breathing form of life to the loathsome Ness of death. Cei Ved your note said the lady to eng it up in the folds of the veil As if instrument of vengence in sir James knowledge his aberrations the one by i---------1 m. Be la tour in a very soft and Sweet voice and in spite of your refusal i Hope yet to see you to Moi Row evening at my to see me cried Frede Ric a thou hands against relatives whom he might open attacks upon his reputation the Mystic life Domestic happiness. Our Fca fest Way of coming into com Munion with Mun Kiml through our own household. For there our sorrow and regret at the tailings of the bad is in proportion to our love while our familiar with a seemly ing influence upon our characters. The Domestic Man in Independence of thought which him at ease in society and a cheerful Ness and Benec Fence of Fehns which teems to Ray trom him and to Dif fuse a pleasurable sense Over those near him Ike a soft Bright Day. As do a nun s virtue it had been Lep Romed. Thus concealed the poor girl held out her hand to a Young woman who passed More Jec Tiou Vohen stated Only Happy than herself and asked a Sou anxiety for my consent and drawl of their former warm and con an int emmy and propriety to his whole a single Sou to get the Peti under the impression that it would be filing Friendship we May justly tear character Feid in his goodness has Tion was unheeded. An old Man pass alter All carrying Romance the length no thai there is indeed some reason for ordained that virtue should make its the mendicant thought that sex of Folly to reject the advantageous set such a your Young and enjoyment and that wherever vice or dislike without just grounds. The other by doubtful whispers and sex so does it help to a sound judgment and increased his Pross Ionson regret and an evident with aright balancing of things and gives Insl Fin Ali Nural to kor a a Bejsar fight. The last Boston mail a let Ter dated Benington Al ibo 14lh ult giving the particulars of an encounter Wanh bears which occurred at that place. Two men by the name of John c. Clark and James Owen while chopping Cord Wood were attacked by four bears melancholy to relate or. Owen killed in the encounter. As one of the bears approached him he raised axe to strike but the hear by a Side blow with his Paw knocked it from his hands and rushed in upon him grasping him Wilh his paws so tightly As to cause death. Or. Clerk in themean time had maintained Hii presence of mind and had slain two out of the other three when he writ to the Rescue of his companion ind by his cries and the Waring of his frightened the animal away. The two that were killed Wert despatched by a blow upon the head. Or. Owen a left a wife and six children and his character irreproachable. He for Many years first selectman tie time of his death town clerk. Any one. Of course Frederic replied politely to these apologies. Just they Weie terminated the Carriage slept at the door of a splendid mansion and the Voung Man could no less than offer his Arm to lady Melton As the fair stranger announced herself to be though English in name the lady nevertheless was evidently French origin. Her extreme Beauty charmed m. De la tour and he congratulated himself upon the Happy Accident which had gained him such an acquaintance. Lady Melton loaded him with civilities and he received and accepted an invitation for the party spoken of. Inv lice appeared to keep the streets Clear of All mendicant and suspicious characters. At Lleni Pencil the shrinking go i took cd Mirage once More to hold out her hand to a passer by. It a Young Man. He slopped at the Lent Appeal and diving into his pulled out a piece of Money which he Thraw to her being apparently afraid to touch a thing so miserable. Just As he did this one of the police came to the spot and placing his hand on the girl s shoulder exclaimed have caught Are begging. To the office with you come Ronyets of England. In Silks and sparkling with jewels i now pass in my Carriage through be very streets where a few Mont Lis before i had stood in the rain and i Happy sir Jamesis or erf m. De la tour at this part of the oily he could prove his Lovei by enriching you 11 he was resume i he lady. Our marriage so strangely assorted proved much More u is pro plied Gertrude her Clear Blue Eye food. He moves about his House in Hight gup with unwonted Der continued of them and is Mother you Are deceived Hake by Happy almost without heeding the avowed enemies and the false and women have been Callea Angels in envious friends of Charles Lone tales and sonnets till we have Al believe me i have not reposed my Confidence in a stranger. I know Wil ton to be virtuous and honorable. And who let me ask ate those who Traduce his character her Beautiful lip curled into an expression of ineffable scorn As she replied to her own interrogatory false hearted Tures of envy and malice who would Bable to his Comfort than he had ule Emelle a one with whom All Parade As soon dare the calling Thunderbolt As Effort and the Young Man Here of settlements and pin Money could confront indignant glance of the been led o he took hold hastily of the mendicant have been necessary. Neve belie pc Man they foully most Learned to think of Angels As Little better than women. Yet a Man who knows a woman thoroughly and loves her there Aie women who have been so Kidonn and find after a years that his relish for the grosser pleasures that he has grown nit 9 a fondness for the intellectual and almost he has on to virtue through his plea sures and the delights of the Eya and nations to other parties followed and of her whom he hed before seemed did he for an instant i cent of Bur Union. Gertrude spoke from the impulse of the gentle play of that passion which to be Brief the Youner Man soon found afraid to touch and addressing himself i. On my Nart. Ran Reipp fun nah her she a nor not a. V to be Brief the Young Man soon found himself an established visitant at the House of lady Melton. She a Rich and Youthful widow and encircled by admirers. One by one however they disappeared giving away to the poor clerk who seemed to engross the lady s whole thoughts. Finally almost by her own asking they were betrothed. Frederic used to look sometimes at the litle Glass which Hung in his Humble afraid to touch and addressing himself i on my part Cence Ivee Rny Sef bound her heart. She could not believe that to the policeman said reproving by this woman is not a beggar. No she is one whom i know b said the officer i Tell you1, that she is an acquaintance of repeated the Young stranger. Then turning to the Gul whom he took for an old and feeble woman he continued come along my Good Dame and permit me to see you safely to the end to do my Best for the Solace of which keeps much of its character amid to accept i was now a widow and of the Hourun which 1 become 1 vowed never again to give my Hanifl 0 Many. J y ii Elldor i1u v we j i off in re to be recommended than his in wondered to what Circum of the Street giving his Arm to t in Exi Epling to him had Dicco ured i Unity once carried some butter to a stances he owed his Happy unfortunate girl he then led her away me in my hour of distress Arhl whose a country Village to sex he was not ill looking certainly but saying. Here is a piece of a Hundred remembrance had Ever been Tor goods. The latter having a he had not the vanity to think his a sous. It is All i it poor in the recesses of my heart. How yet a spirit still and Bright with something of an Angel s Light and Yearance Magn Iceni Ana in pain Anu Devrous of procuring such for scanty wardrobe prevented him from 1111 own Nan l. _ i a j _ Yearance magnificent and his Plain and woman. Ith w the Crown of a Hundred sous pass to discover the Man a the out breaking of the immortal spirit from the darkness of its prison House could by any possible temptations yield to the Baleful enticements of the with All the sincerity of a compan Humble the god like Ion ship of feeling cares sorrows and Ini Gaff of manhood lower than that of enjoyments her is As there the brutes which sence of purer being and there and Why was it that when All her that in her nature which seems to bring Fri ads saw and warned her of her Dau him nearer to a better world. She a a u of in Sente o make no Endeavor 6 come she Clung i t closer to the object Asit were linked to Angels and in huh h to ones giving the credit to his tailor. Heed from your hand to Contin in the Way of one who Sot Ign o love of their Why Wash when the his exalted moments he himself outta Mother bad to spare. He used the lady and As you walked to enrich Jou i knew nol to surname. Bosom friends of Charles Wilton avoid held by the same h. To i 1 used to conclude his meditations by the spare. Said the spare More for she said she would not of was 9ome unavoidable pared a rot fell into award of destiny As for his own lady wa8 Young. Rich accomplished and noted for her sensibility and virtue. Could he Hesi assuredly the Lovely wid along supporting my Steps i then in vain i looked for you Ai 13 is ased him As if there were contamination Dana. And Heaters. You event not in his very presence that the Beautiful there. A How i longed to Oriee Gertrude welcomed his approach Wilh As the lady spoke she took Isom her a smile of deeper she loved neck a ribbon to which was a him and the love of a heart like hers with the Queen immediately after yes my Friend your re piece Ofa Hundred Nous. Sesame changes not with the changes of the majesty s acc Kuchment his Royal turned his wife it was to me that you very sane which you Gitre but Burns brighter Anc highness with treat delicacy of feel info v ii y the marriage contract was gave alms on that night it was through my veil distinctly saw your face and my said Frederic in amazement. Royal the first interview that Prince Albert had Nen rank Hayman had buried tote a Friend asked him Why he when so much Money on her fun signed his astonishment was redoubled life my Honor perhaps that you then eral p a replied he she for he found himself though the from a neighbor and i Harriet enough and Gertrude became the wife of it should become known that the have done a much or More for lady s love the virtual possessor of you a mendicant you so Young afterwards in time to permit me to re Charles and his victim also Al infant was not a Prince. Her a ate with Large property both in England and so Beautiful and now so cried cover it. I vowed never to Jart with she died Early before every Jesty notwithstanding the necessary you very sati Ewnin you out turns brighter Anc highness with great delicacy 01 Lee Imge my said she presenting it to Frederic by As the shadows of evil close expressed a fear lost the nation might Hen pledging got credit for a t me bread around its abject. Experience some disappointment when brawn France. The presence of friends had certified and sanctioned the Union yet Frederic. Yes my Dearest replied r other take As has been stated Frederic Felt some the lady i have in my life received when i saw you in the Stree i the sex ering had gone Over her heart until it strange in of himself least Only from you and cuss which i Mada for stopping it. I Beautiful Blossom of her affection had exhaustion under which she must Haye a How Happy i was 7rederic, perished not before a death like with Laboured replied with great naivete. Sex ering had gone Over her heart until it or to mid Albert shall g you became As dust and All Iti warm ind to Bay Lisp apr
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