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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 22, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted an vol. 13. Tho saturday museum Cerite the brother less. Tale of the Crescent Ity. By tub Road. Scala a. I Bent Over the of my Friend and vainly Endeavor stanch the Stream that gusset bosom. There no in Iii Ilicin assistance. The Case hopeless one Loi the Blade of us unit had passed quite Throin Lwirt knew it was his that Welling fron. The worm Ernnt stood at a riot Lane w carries and Deorville and his mounted their horses and g off in the direction of Gentilly not yet climbed Over to a gloomy silence Rei the Little Glade so lately the i deadly Strile. Not a sound a but the Echo that came Buck f departing hoofs. Poor Luis his life was fast and 1 Knelt beside him to watch for death. I had not Long to wait Tor the blood that had hic Heilo flowed freely now trickled from the wound hut she Satui Pletl Earth around told that i enough was already spent. Fixing his filmy publish a every wednesday by j. F. At of a f 7 re t. Of nerf your Tomb and these flow f carried a Hoquet in my of be tired the enclosure and Bent my toward the family vault of Lecour s a Beautiful morning and the Dpi Reg id to from id for j was a Lis an h his r. Last imy the hoped Rrt j i he 5 tree ned1 in ene of heard m the Anig held in. Well caped Mouth 3 last eyes upon me he essayed to up the attempt was vain and the silent pressure of the hand which i Mure told me twas his its far moved but no sound blood rushed from his do eve flushed 1 Are and the heal of rhe rolled Over among the Flowers poor Lellow soliloquies a i is bending Over him i closed the Vel ids of my murdered i Tco soon Hist thou fallen in the c barrel at a woman unworthy your love fallen by Hind of a due list an As Sassin for could regard tre Vil Deorville in no other Light knew his Supen n ily As a he had provoked the slain his victim an i galloped o Only without regret but with a of Triumph and . Poo Thoj Hasi left d Lone Mother Art voted sinter wildly will they Nilder than the grief of wide will be their wailing and wild wits that sorrow. Who witnessed the interment nce had at ii is ripened into Frei and during my stay in the City a the of our Lime in each the sister Cerite was years of age. I had and and myself were Loo Murll pm m the Pursuit of pleasure pleasure was to be found. We the Gay society of the about been to the mansion of Madan ii scour. Enga a there prefer uie and it must be confessed of of Roulette table to the cd Mystic of Hie family Circle in con i had seen but Little f a air Lee our or her daughter. My lodgings were in the lower Par Rue Des ramparts. I had been habit of taking a morning walk on the Shell Road at others rolled among the tombs of la s Gem do Francais it was with a Mel pleasure that i took the direct Iod of the Laiter place on Tai third Jorng after the death of my Friend 8 had spent Many an hour together its hallowed precincts while explained Tome Many Suriou Reja Tec in the be but satisfaction to be near u now me see three Days since the he e had not smile boy a de keep a Hood was i Home being Young on the and histories of some who so Tel grave poor Luis p Sohl i neared the spot it will 33 f i t died grave upon Knowful Aye y Ai not a iry f Ike a i he she was Urpi ise at seeing a Young Anil us kneeling the lomb Cerite i reme Inbe c d my the spirit to Venn around the thought i is the Reali a Beautiful Reilly it is in prayer. Her tearful Eye toward heaven and Lor a while w me not. I Hess ated and via to Retreat but it was Loo late. I a Hsc overed. Has ily passing i lung the Flowers upon the Tomb the Diamond set in Ebony emits a Brilliant but of the Vivyl Light when the Iye do Beauty gleams gratitude through he e Odds of Snow from that time Felt More than interested in the Faie the Youthful Cerite. I did not stay o in i erupt her devotions but press no Mcward i left the up meter Anil ent by Steps toward the Rue Des lamp Sites. On looking Bacu i saw e leave the Gate in company Vii h he n egress whom i had met Neri the Entrance and take the direction of Vlad m Lecour s residence. 1 letter sir said the servant As i in lied my the same time me a note which bore my and i it once recognised the super Ion As the handwriting of my is the color of the Seal alarmed me. Broke it open an read Adolphe w the a sorrowing heart do i Cornu icat the intelligence that our father is 10 mire. He w is carried off last night attack of paralysis. Lue moment in returning to St Laun Comfort your afflicted Mother. Yours in tears f Marie Bea Useini tends relatives All falling falling eaves around me soliloquies a i hastened to make the necessary arrangements for my departure. Another hour i was aboard the Steamboat Sultana stemming the tule of nighty nver was three years before i was Enalo re visit the Crescent City. By l entered the quiet precincts of the cemetery. There All seemed the same As when Iliad last visited it. The Dewdrop glistened on the myrtles it glistened of Tho Olive Leaf like to the Pearl tear that startles yet Lingon on the Eye of grief there still the Willows drooped their strands Over the departed and seemed to weep there still rang the music of mock Birds not solemn and Sari but glad and joyous an though the Birds were Angel spills sent there to cheer Ami comi Orl the led Lorn on Dii 011, Over gun Velleli tombs and tablets i held my Way Good heavens can a seraph have stooped from the Kies to weep Ovici the Tomb of my Frieml Lor surely no being of Earth even looked so Lus Timis so Lovely i stood fixed Lor leaning the Maible that enclosed the of Luis Lehoui was one who seemed the an a of he lomb her was tin like anything i had Ever in dream and Here before me Sizoo the embodiment of that dream tin very object Loi which my Leirl had ions u pined Cerile the male the Bio thei less Foi three years has each Romi in seen her enter the cemeteries do fian Ais and slew lies Flowers upon a brother s grave Foi three y has each rising tha name with her Matins Foi three years Lias each Sun glistened on the Lent tear As it stole Over tint pile Cheek to moisten the three y Eais 0, destiny thou Ait cruel indeed to Dep Nve such a Beng of Hei it bled Sines consequent upon my father s death and a journey to the Norih account for my Long absence from a plate o me the most interesting on during this time i had Nevei heard of Madam Lecour or her f.ii1" daughter but Llhee memory of the latter mingled Voith strange was Aye upper most in my thoughts. The Lovely an drive tombs lived in my heart. De Orville i understood had returned to new Orleans and unmolested a now leading the name wild life which la was indeed Cense but not the form which three Yeats ago i had seen bending Side lomb budding into the Lull debt lust ment of worn ugh Oil. Her pile As the Maible Agnost which she least yet it was the Hue of health and loveliness her Lucid Eye Lucid through Crystal Torvas Bent upon the Fatih and she did not observe my approach emboldened by the purity of my motifs and the recollection of a Louner a quami Ance ventured to Idil Ress Pardon me a Nistle i would not have intruded upon you but i Loo came to pay t tribute to the memory of my and i sir cued flow ers Over the Tomb do you not lemme Ber me she gazed at me a moment without embarrassment a look of recognition it up her Beautiful feature and ext till no her Ham with a apr Rowlnd in lie she yes were my Riend m. Adolphe Beausean the seme replied i Leeling flattered her frankness and taking the hand offered me of How the touch of Thos me i Coul had you it who pee Poi Lori to an hour before the Busy worm will be stirring i shall visit the grave of my Long walk to the Cem Eter e do but something i Pels me to heart refines to the the pm Ove Yel Gro us brought him in collision with g Lecour. Was Early morning As the boat had brought me from Point con t Niclide the opposite Rue is among its tombs with these i stepped up on the Shore and took the direction of the Fauborg Marigny. It was one of wildest mornings. The Gray of Dawn were fast flying be fore me Bright beams that came flashing from the a single Star twinkled in t u Blue heaven but was each Momer t growing fainter and blending with a Are. I threaded my Way through silent streets and arcades. As i Reed from the suburb the Sun burst he horizon of the Distant Forest and bathed fruit Flowers and foliage in v splendor the Day was just can a fencing in the City behind me and already the rolling of wheels Over Roc a pavements and the voiced of be hamsters came echoing from the see in of business. Ever Graceful i v Loo ardent p Beautiful fingers Ihn led hive held that hand for withdrawing it from my ensure she Eon unused in the sorrowful train you too Monsieur have been afflicted in the los., of a rela Nve we Iverie informed of your bereavement and la accounted to us Loi your sudden departure you were much loved b my Pool brother. We Rind Many memento of on m his Papyis and join nals i signified that a Mutual Nili rement had exis eco Between Hei brother Mil Mysell it was a so Nowil theme she Rem meet a moment thin fixing her gaze upon the softly poor i saw the tear Fisli from her dark eve is she turned away her lace to conceal that she was weeping. I of flied to con cult her Home. No no beat Seant i hive an attendant who awaits me outside the Gate but you will please visit us. My Mother will be glad to see you. She often of you As our Friend we. Walked together Owaid the in trance of the Burving ground. The attendant rejoined her Young mis Liess and we parted. I was not Long in availing myself of Cerite s k and invitation to visit the Man Sion of Madam Lecour. That evening i sat in Ine presence of Cense and her Mother. They had received me with More than my the turn. And As i lose Tode Pirl i Regis lied my Promise to revisit them. For six weeks lol Louig that Promise was often made and As often kept nor did i fail to perceive that i had the consent of Madam Lecour to become a suitor Lor lie fair daughter s hand. But How to gain that daughter s love. Weeks circled around and mine had become worship yet i had not dared to breathe that Devotion to the a Elliant the but sorrowing Cense the thundered rolled and the Light Ning Foi keel Llu Ough Midnight Clouds As i Tell the House of a Friend in the lower part of the Faubourg Dunois and Bent Rny Steps along the levee in the direction of the Hole St. It Vas a wild Iii Ghl Only known in topical countries the dark times a Trost palpable to flit touch yet the Eltrue Blaze which at snort in , enabled me to thief cd my Way i Hough the other Wise obscure is feels and alleys of eau Nois the i in had commenced to fall lit Laige us i cached the Plaza Cle Amas it came Down m orients. 1 took Shellei in the Poitier of the . I hid been there Only a few minutes when 1 a two persons a , Ippa Henlly engaged in Earnest cont Tsai Ion. Not wishing to be a tos Tecl i glided behind to pillar. They tote Neil the voice of one sur led me Mcl is the lightning blazed into the open portico i recognized the Counte Nance of the due list de Orville his companion is a Vernale. Hei face was it Hist averted but when Slit turned 10 ail Liess de Orville i could dist Gunh the 01 be Beau Laiful Lea Luies of the , Emilie not now the Emilie of by gone Lovely and Lov but Emilie the companion of Low Gim Bleis and assassins. Passion Hail Laid Many a line along the a e Olive of Ihm Cheek hut the wild from he i inight of Hei Eye once gleaned Only love now sparkle cd a Villi malice and to y of love her Ihen de love i Lell y of word is Lou Lee Jle to express the passion that consumes me. I bin for Hei in tvs Many times have seen at the Ball. She co glued me and fainter. You May have head Don t i so furious Man. What would you give to possess Hei Only pro cure me a meeting with you shall have jewelry to your wishes f the Quad Roon remain silent for a seemingly buried in the o t. Her reflections per Hajis a vice painful lie Orv Ille had once loved Hei. Her sol knee was but lot a moment. Jealousy gave Way to avarice 01 some Seckt passion stronger still. R Ihen Rue fifty doubloons and by Daybreak you shall Inlet her a Vycie nine will interrupt y of to to to nov mor eng Aye Morrow morn nig. U by do you hesitate or count of the demand had Surpi Secl Hefti you the pallid sum too do you Quilit my you Hie known me enough and Well Erbough to know that i shall keep my pro miss s i no i do not doubt v of Emi but 1 listen said the Quadi Oon interrupting him 1 owe this family a a omit of pc Igic Long wan an Lucily to Moe it i Horn on the Bijou Lafourche. My her tree Mulizio and while a child she list ducted me that i Boi n tree. The Uncle of this Gnu Wal Thouas my Lal Hei. Lle died Kim to Iii Lell to the family of oui by them i was enslaved but Notheis flying would rung u my Emilie Thuu Ait Irce i was Ted with lushness and Fot some of disobedience received stapes t Lati the came to this City i was put sued taken cast into submitted to the lash. a second time and reached Leavanna where i lived in luxury Nany years and when i returned Lew Orleans i could no longer be in izod. But think you the Indyg which i suffered can Ever be Effa my memory no i have Swain to retaliate. I ask not the paltry suit from you As Reward i a Vantti for to Al i her purpose pay me the amount i will soon find you an opportune p gratify your love and my re t it yours Emilie but How to me. Eve in leak has the daughter of Madame Lenur visited a certain Tomb you in the Cem Elerie do Francaise she goes atle decl Only by an old Greas there shall you meet her. W Are you satisfied excellent but How of the who Man the attendant she Mav incur rust fear not for her i will answer Abr aunt Slabyj she me. This night i Wil see when then shall we meet meet me Bettie Daybreak at the Back Wall among the cypresses. Come unobserved. Good night Trust me and As he spoke the Libei Tine Drew his clock closely around him and striding out of the portico crossed the Plaza and was Boon out of sight. The expression on the Quad Roon s countenance a she watched him treating was fiendish. The Light in e "8 glared upon it and i could see the in quiver with a fee Luigj till now suppressed that of jealousy. Yes faithless villian of too shall be a victim of my vengeance they who have scorned me. And would ii slave me for Hal despised drop dial mingles in my veins shall find that is not without its sting. Eve you villian not Only no More lot me but cares not to conceal it on de Orville the tune is not 1 Dud will meet you by Daybre re 1 will keep thit engagement for you. Jam cd Moiselle Emilie p said i grasping her by the wrist and presenting a pistol you full come Wanh me Blie was a moment thunderstruck at the Sud Denness r appearance it was Only a moment for drawing a concealed Dagger Irum her dress she attempted to release herself. 1 still preserved my hold upon her wrist. In the pistol which 1 had cock 3d, was discharged. 1 w As severely Cut with Ier stiletto bin. Before could escape the night guard of gendarmes Haa surrounded us. Ivas known to the Captain and on my representation the Quad Roon was placed in Safe custody. I returned Home july first duly was Lehoui of the danger that Awai ted1 her daughter should she attempt to visit the cemetery. It was now fast Midnight and under the necessity of the Case 1 de my servant Wall a note directions that he should see it Euirn i with an answer. This i received in Therou be of a hour. The answer was couched in polite yet grateful language and thanked me Lor my Friendly interference Assur no tie hat rite should remain at Home dining the Day. 1 11 once determined to meet the villian and Call him to account. 1 knew the place of rendezvous that had been fixed by the quid Roon and he was ignorant of her arrest he Ifould not fall to a tent. All night i Latuf in my room. My pistols leaded Lay before me on the them was a letter addressed to my Mother and Sisters in Case the event should prove fatal to me. Often did i go to my window to watch for the Gist tokens of approaching Day. At last a Long faint line came up Over the Eastern it Vas the 1 aking my cloak hat and pistols i issued Forth and walked toward the ground. I soon reach d it and concealing myself behind Ian Angle of the Wall which encloses the cemetery 1 waited the coming of de Orville. Presently a Fornol muffled in a dark cloak made his appearance around the enclosure. I recognized my enemy. A he approached 1 Emer ged irom my concealment and stood before him. He was not Only disconcerted but sur prised for my manner told him it was not by Accident that we met. Villian said i your fiendish designs wih be baffled. I am aware of your errand hither Here Are pistols. Choose for you leave not this ground until one or the other of us a you please was his tool added he you Are not aware against whom you Aie about to stand up i know you we a de Orville there is no further need for Parley and 1 do not fear your dead shot. Take your stand by that Hillock or choose broken ground. There s a mid on the that Bird alien i shall fire at you where shall i hit you food Taua singly shouted the due list As he took his place. 1 made no reply for 1 Felt somewhat agita Ted. It was Niy first Duel. The Bird sat for a moment silent and motionless. Presently he loud tolling of a Bell came echoing from he City calling the devotees to their Matins. The Bird., startled by the noise stretched to sneak looked a Rinrin f b it was a Villi or rate. Alone 1110 ment i could see Cerne in the embrace of de Orville struggling to escape at another 1 thought that i Knelt upon the villian s breast with a band grasping Bis then out Ward objects began to Blen Cland mingle with dream voice that i though Tel could intervals would almost break the spell and then in would former visions. I a Sharp pain stung me in the Side and bled and jihad my Side dressed As my eyes rested upon the an elegant chamber. A group of fighter stood by my Couch f and the Sweet Voise 1 had before heard ejaculated t i looked up and Ibe dark Eye of Ceria the flashed upon to. Who would not have lived if hot to the Light of that Eye but Dearest Cerite How came i into residence of your kind inquired i of the be Dutiful creature who sat near the window of my chamber. I a Hoque Taire who Tyves in proceeding to the Wood for some Evergreen and in passing Tho cemetery discovered iwo men lying by the Wall Najip Arnelly dead. The news reached us. My Mother dispatched a servant who ascertained Fijon the crowd that you were one of them. She then proceeded to the spot and at there appeared Hopes of your recovering you were conveyed hither and the antagonist he was shot through the la there is any object Forth the worship of the human soul More strongly than the Lovely being of our affections. Ilia Itiat of Mir when he stretches Forth her hand to soothe Afflit in to smooth our Pillow. To lion in deed love becomes wild ador Linh. We love her very heart and Hanles his lot who passing sue1 ordeal should fail o obtain the thak heaven Cerite n mine the Mechanic in by Quill. Let the Mechanic in Straits Hope for deliverance. Many Are now reduce Koto great d Ftp untie to by changes in Thel commercial world Ivsich they had no hand in producing. In such when the the Dearest object of his affect zeus brought into want and distress there is a great temptation to discontent and refining. This tendency must be resisted it never did any Good and never in. No Man Ever gamed by grumbling. Coir plaint recriminations and even curses serve neither to make the hunger smaller nor d loaf larger. Stick a pin there and consider. Here is a Stai Ting Point. Not Many hours Ngo i heard Uncle Benjamin discoursing this matter to his son who was complaining of the pressure. Rely upon it the old Man As he leaned on jigs Sloff and his Grey locks flowing in the Breeze of a May morning murmur ing pay s no i have been an observer any time these and i never saw a Man helped out of a Hole by curbing his horses be As quiet As you can Tor nothing will grow a Harlow and discontent harrows the mind. Matters Are bad i acknowledge but an ulcer is none the belter for fingering. The More you groan the poorer y of grow. Refining at losses is putting Pepper into a Sorn Eye. Crops will fall Taall soils and we May be than kill that we have not a jesuits i always took notice that whenever i left Trie Rod pretty smartly it was As much a to say Here is soviet hinge which you have g6t to Lea in Sammy Don t forget that your schooling is not Over yet Tho you have a wife and two children. Cried Yon May say that and a Mother in Law and tvs a apprentices bargain. And i should like to know what a poor Man can learn Here the greatest scholars and lawyers Are at loggerheads and can t for their lives Tell War tit has become of the hard Money softly Sammy i am older than Yon. I have not got these Gray lairs and crooked Back with out borne burdens. I could Tell you stories of the Davs of Continental my grand father used to stuff a Sulkey Box Wilt Bills m order to pay Tor a yearling Era wheat and when Jersey women used thorns Tor pins and Laid their teapots in the Garret. You to know what you May learn 1 you May learn these seven , that you have saved too Little and spent too much. I never taught you to be a miser but 1 have seen you giving your Lollar Tor a Hen you might have land one half aside for Charity and another Naif a Rainy Day secondly that you Haft gone too much upon credit i always lot you credit Vas a Shadow Bat a buy May West a great Shadow and no Wise Man will lol Lorthe Shadow any further than he can see Roe sub stance. You May now learn that you have Foi Lowed the opinion and fashion of others till you have been decoded into a bog thirdly that you have been in Tif Ohruch haste to Rich. Slow and wins the race. ,5 1 fourthly that no coarse of life can he de Pended on As always prosperous. 1 Ain afraid he younger race of workmen in America had a notion that nobody could go to lain on this Side of the water. Providence has. Greatly blessed us but we have become presumption to. Fifthly that you have not been thankful enough to god Lor his benefits in tune past., six they that Yon May be thankful that our lots is no worse we might have pest Biauce or War All together. And last to end my you majr learn to offer tie Puyer of Yurt of Nancy give us this Day our daily the old Man ceased and Sammy pal on hit apron and told Dick to blow away it the Bellows

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