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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 30, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted and vol. E adapted to of the coming re the important red author in the Ive processes a the masters id to emancipate Loh Dage to such by Blind prs Stine. I chants brokers and officers of Nostic hich pass through ing of the i chemistry and m excellent prac its of these Kin the 5lj.sbokottgh, tick a condit1ons. Letters and com Nunica Tiona Mart paid flu i no subs str thin six months nor will tinned until All arrearage Are option of the publisher cd tet Lisments making will 6r inserted three Furmey subsequent Inser if c furl a. Thoie exceed Titi 2.fdus it Square and t times far invent of Jive cents Cen i for every time after. Three the same a Liberal reduce Iii 4 the 33. Every wednesday by or. P. At s2 of year payable half yearly in , or 5o if not paid to within the year Pooh to a. Option receive 1 for a Shorter period by paper be discord at the i Rcd i at More than 6 Square Dollar an4 Ion Twenty Jive cents. D in the Styn pro six lines will be lose Iho Trig ii lines the Price fur one to those who advertise Irr must eath of h is Only he forme r Olina. She left for this cily As amount of Money g never reached heard of after when a Sailor in i bed confessed in Crew of the Brig were All Mur some few Lent to be Gulstorf Ilion of the Staple Lay dissuade then which obstruct in one Branch of it to e the general Rea on intellectual Many of of science in of i transformations of real i Itaipu and the e their Paramount Ower a Oifong the a pics of import luf act uie Are Given-1 usually from wifi e end of each Artl e printed from to. Winch Sells Cor ill be put on Good or Type it will make gee. It will to is Semi monthly i 25 cents each pay son sending us fire in Advance timbers by mail Post key come from the i Ile died with a similar confession Ami we find in the f the 2d instant h concerning the. N. 0. Crescent City the following Pararra lame Mitter a gentleman Ron and valued Friend and one whose veracity is Minim Pachal that an old Sailor rec Tagorda who made a t number of Pira cies been engaged fend St one of the Crew of Tihe vessel which sailed from Charlesto of Ricc Opp col. J birr. Who knows aught Elf the history of b led mysterious i daughter the wife of Hrncir of South Cai Charleston in a Brig said j and plate but the by the port nor was eve passed away on his deaf to have been one of to ind that the dered for their Money. Since a Sailor in to Texas an old in informs us Nutly died at a full confession of in which he had item that he was i with Al Iton of Board. When three Days out. A consultation was it was deter mined that the passengers should be robbed and murdered the work of death commenced and All were Kil de ind mrs. Alston being the last victim rho was made to a Vilc the Plank. Her Mage he Al Vays before him ind could cot Ilie without Confes siting the horrid the closing scene of his life was horrible in the sex raved i claiming there the tee her standing Belo Many with ent who can Bear Tes session and we think h exe she is now i e me away uses we Ger exist any double o i a subject which wis Long veiled in m Story. -1 England with her millions of starving o n myriads hurled in hunger is too poor t upon the common Fet finds her treasure Era Tives who Are to the grave by annul the to necessaries of life amply sufficient to appropriate hundreds of thousands the in a flies to 1 furnish hanker chief and a Copper warming j an with Foi Pap spoon o tint King s rattle an i vote St free the or Jan Mica an them each with Moi Al the donor a Naoich Bea pitifully vent lion Jot Sale at thit crier respect the Public Al mine near he where Coal of a n be had at a re som at he lop or any time during Robertson. And by Fotty y by a Fol. Pm b. Roper who Ron age. I Good fires engraved Anthrop its of the too poor to Suc Cor their own distress id and to extend North feel themselves kind hand to Aid i h wretches who Toronji can afford to d thousands print circulate ments and Countegan if Yould Bra iry in blood and All i the name of All be seventeen come next i s even As i thought. Thou Are to be a great girl have something to nay to thee Wilt thou listen de r papa thy words is my law.1 so and the father fixed his eyes o on the girl with a look so Pene Tatj Nuj that her own Eye fell and the Rich irm blood rushed from her Young heart Anil Burnt upon her brow. I Iro seated himself upon a Low Urco ind drawing his child towards him i e fondly kissed her glowing cheek.11 f in said he putting Back the to id of curls that had fallen Over her brow thy will Bath never yet been broken thou Art but a wild count t Carosell into a Long fit of musing. The Silver breathing tones of Doria i soft voice broke the stillness. A. At wouldst thou with thy papa my Birds and Young Flowers even n w morn my and canst not thou give one hour unto it y father Rysy what will thy Birds a id Flowers do when i bring tree a right Noble Bird an Eagle among Birds for thine own Wilt thou then give up Ash Ricthers and love Only Wiat does my Paga trem blindly replied the Maiden. Us mean that thou Art to be a child to but papa All my pretty Birds shall have a Bird Worth the a right proud Gallant Bird. Rysy Ost tort no remember the Marquis of what of him i do Sti thou remember yes papa. Thiis Marquis hath bought thee Belle in Nair Ridge and i have said thou halt his i the gel started to the ground in unfeigned Surprise. Why papa he is old enough to be my , and besides tie is ugly enough to he Isusi the age of thy father his years will serve to guide thy Way Ward ones. He is All that is Brave and Noble besides the richest and one of the most powerful. Lord in Spain. You May know. Belle How Well i think of him ipe is almost the Only one of my Many friends that i admit into ibis wild but papa i will have no buts. It mus be As i say but the count s brow darkened. But papa 1 do not love pah papa i cannot love papa i wiil not love and the Dona s eyes Grevy Bright and Large. Ysabel dear i mean i cannot and the Little lady burst into tears. Ysabel hear me -1 have Laid thou halt become the Bride of the Marquis of Talavera. What i say i never in say that thou know est. Weeks from the Day thou Art seventeen is the Day decided upon. It must it shall be so f Wilt thou do thy father s bidding the girl not a word but her Eye lit up and her Little Mouth wus lightly compressed. Very line of her statue like form expressed firmness and Resolution. Wilt thou do the father s bidding Sabe the count. Thou Hast Evet been an father to me never Hast thou crossed my slightest wish and now father i must say firmly no i never can be come the Bride of him thou Namest girl thou shall not even be consulted. Thou Hast had thine own Way seventeen years now i will have mine. Thou shall wed the in i have to drug thee to the altar. , no Lawying. The had twined round arms about her Ful tier s neck her eyes looked beseeching by into but he pushed her Ironi him saying go to thy room Ysabel and there re main until thy Ransom corms to the. Thou hear tha spaniard strode from the room and the weeping lady sought with a heavy heart her own it was the first time her father had been unkind to her and she in Row her self Deown on a Low Couch in All that utter hopelessness of grief youth alone can feel. In wus her first sorrow. _ there came a soft rap at the door but she heeded it not and not until a hand soft As held her own and a voice whose deep Low tones were breathing music whispered in her ear did she know her lather s hand some Page was kneeling by her. Weep not Micara Soo Thi Rigby said he or rather let me share thy grief. 1 know it Why father hath told me and sent me Here to bring thee to reason am he said. Can i do Sweet and the handsome Page smiled. V it was wicked to smile when her heart was so full of grief and so the lady thought. But she had Learned to love and when love is warm and All the loved one says or does in More than right. A Halo round the dear head Gaultier immortal i the Dona Ysabel loved her father s Page loved him As an ardent souled daughter of sunny Spain knows How to the father he did not even dreamed of. Such wickedness. If he had he could not have slept for at least six the unpardonable Wick Edness of a daughter of his his Bright Beautiful the High born lady of Lenaro Loving her father s Page a nameless Page and so he slept secure. The thought was too preposterous. And the Dona Ysabel lore is All Trust ulness All watchful Ness All hopefulness. The Page was whole no 189. D hand Nonie the Page was Graceful Wity accomplished. He was indeed in uncommon thought tie Dona s so thought her i ther s till uglier. He could Chig to the music of Ysabel i guitar divin by he could Fence dance was perfectly skilled in All , nor Ever he was acre tainted Kwh All the then lore of Bright he wrote poetry to r and Sang the words off is own comic sing in sooth he was a Lous perfect Paragon of a Pat and thru Iii Eye Why it was Wilityer than lightning shot from a Midnight the servants All feared and hated him. To Ysabel alone was he All that to her father for her Sake. He was her teacher her patient Tuit firl untiring teacher. They drank together at Well of a Well too olten Unta sled in those Days of fair Spain. Weep not sweetest thy Noble father would see thee wed with the mar a quis of Talavera and thou canst not love him. And it is for that thou weep est. Is it not so Sweet replied the sorrow ing girl. I did not dream of love or that 1 had a heart. I Only Felt that i Ami now my gentle Ysabel and said the Senorita deeply blushing "n6w i feel i have no heart i i thee Dearest for those . Hear for t must speak. I thee am other than j Sei m. I am no hireling i am the heir House. One year ago hav so much of thy wonderous Beauty and full of curiosity and daring 1 contrived to get admitted into this Castle As thy father s page1. To Nee is to. Love thee but to be near thee Day after read Why gentle thoughts to gaze in liquid truthful beaming feel thy soft fund within my own. Ysabel a being Cut from Granit to see thee thus could not help Loving thee. I love a you Hast Sweet Sweet reflecting gentle. Trust fun ardent heart Ful soul. Ysabel i love thee Wilt thou love Jose 1 i do lose the girl s eyes were soft As Ahe rested them in his. J he took her ittle White hand and covered it with kisses. Then drawing her towards him he clasped her Silei Rny to his heart. She nestled like a Bird in his relied her head there. At intervals a Low sob swelled her Little heart like thai of a wearied infant worn out with much crying. At length her came less Ami less frequent Anil 4rhen the Page Bent Over to gaze i her she hid sunk into a Calm gentle sleep. A Bright tear still on her Silky Long fringe that re posed so quietly on her Pale fair Clu Elk. There is something inexpressibly touching in the Binfet Calm of a girl. And when we feel that thin youth Anil Beauty is All we love on it
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