Download or read book For Woman's Love PDF or another Format written by Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth and published by DigiCat. This book was released on 2022-09-15 with total page 395 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 'For Woman's Love' is a romance novel written by Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth. The lead character of the book is Cora Haught, an orphan with some fortune to her name. After their parents' death, she and her brother were brought up by their grandfather, Aaron Rockharrt. And so begin the tale of their life in that glorious day in June, where a long, deep, green valley lay low between two lofty ridges of the Cumberland mountains, running north and south for ten miles, and near the boundary lines of three States. This lovely vale was watered by a merry, sparkling little river called the Whirligig, which furnished the power for the huge machinery of the great firm of Rockharrt & Sons, proprietors of the Plutus iron mines and the North End foundries, which supplied the mighty engines on the great lines of railroad from the East to the West, and whose massive buildings, forges, furnaces, store-houses and laborers' cottages occupied all the ground between the foot of the mountain and the banks of the river, on both sides of the Whirligig, at the upper or north end of the valley, where a substantial bridge connected the two shores. This settlement, called, from its position, North End, was quite a thriving little village. North End was not only blessed with a mission church, having a schoolroom in its basement, but it was provided with a post-office, a telegraph, a drug store, kept by a regular physician, who dispensed his own physic (advice and medicine, one dollar), and a general store, where everything needed to eat, drink, wear or use (except drugs), was kept for sale.