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Tipton County Argus (Newspaper) - August 6, 1858, Tipton, Indiana IN Bray aidlfionil iqtiare msgthf flr 1 ilnWrHoi tr 1 Profattlonal exMed wr must be nldfor iAdnrtiiBucJzskjMikrt fct will be pabllahed until ja JOSHPH jilonui aiut OomttUer at eaif corner olthe Public Cottwrftor at 0 ffi c northwet comer public Itf Attmuy tt OTerKnUells Drag r Itf fltunciaiaiut Siagen office west side of pablie Itf fjinicitn and flurgm Office south ooroerJcffnnoD and itrMts lr mt Butgtn Otntitt two noaa of Dlcksons Itl a atcond Tif which had lain so much oneapness uppnierheart for some and jet requited an bntahe me tell you what it to In a kind tremulous tons If Icannot jare yoaf icompaay here at I should at least feel mncn better f I knew where yon A1 Em and what more canyou aak I do notknow that you are I know nothing about you when you are Pooh Would you have it that n not capable of taking care o rbyseTf1 put a wrong construction upon my Love is always aniiooj when its dearest ob ect is If I did not loveyon as I I might not be tjiua Then you are at your place of bn I ntver feel mow I can Mek and find yoa at aay but when yon an aUent aniiiig Kmg them amood myftuialelfleiias1v Capttr and flUdJron anil Btoqi norlheut comer of Jeffer son and Independence Sffta and FnigU AftnU J tnU Office eut of Itf aids puhUo Itf in Dry oornor Main and Jeffer north wut Itf Itf in Dry Ovxaia wett tide of the Itf Omar and fsodtfce Sufft coner of Kaln rtd Jsdepeodenoe ytrtotsV laadj ahop joppvita ts of the ffoottn fttctoft urdtr tnH ipinntr fetter aon west of BaOroad fltf shop aon watt JoiJtpeod pi strMt lit B ABROAD oqrnerbj UaSn and irettofthiaqoire AHPKBSON Jeffenon tooth dooo eatt o Indepen street 4 fmrvton reaf of ntt aooth of Jfals OogttH tUs SYLTAlrCS Where ara yon going George asjier huabewj arose from the carfl wife aad a irjirapwiul 8ke seeped I to made np her mind tospeak plainly on a subject enjoy where there u You do not realize howlonesome am all alone here during these They are the very teanona wnen t amat leasure enjoy yon companions when you wouk to enjoy if il Thay are the sfta loniV homn o Coat Air of y6a you wondering yon Then 1 egin to feel and one bought follows until Ifeel roubled and O if yoa would atiy with me a portion of our eveninjgsP I thought that was what OQ were aiming laid with a playful shake of the Yoa wonld have me fare Well can yon wonder at it re urned I uied be very ippy when yon came to spend an vening with me before we were married and I know I should be ery happy in your society Raid with a imile those were business We ere arranging then for the And why not continueso to ay husband I am sure we could e as happy DDK as If yon plans was to mate And havent we got one Emma1 A place in to jre anjBered somewhat j And it U our puraued Andhe onjfident home is the wifes lecaEar She charge and all her work there while duties of the him to I admit so far as cer tain duties are replied Bat yoa mast remember that webatbneed relaxations from ifcbr we need time for social and and enjnyment and reason havr we for this ring onr evening Why shonld ot this oe ray homo as the day time and in the Allow me to be tte at YOU wotjd be terjr tone some all if it was mjplace ofbusraes as it ii of returned tbeypttn are ntej All wives belong at Just remember my tha previous to otir hat pleasant society all the J course I remained at home much o my time but I bad a father and mother I had brothers and oiflteri and our evening Finally I gave up ail for I Mft the old homo and sought a with my has And have I not arigh to expect some of your companion ship would yon like Jfto havemeaway every while you were obliged to remain here thonld lika it well yon would not be willing to try 1 said George at a Will you remain here erery even Ing next and let me spem it asked be if you are not tere What makes a June for if It W not the abode of the larents Whet can hare where fhare U no wife what real eoaifortwn wife Certainly I will and I aisuro you shall not be as lonesome yon With this the husband went oat and was soon among ihia Eie was a industrious man and loved his wife truly but like thouands of he had contract en a habit of spending his evenings abroad and thought of no His only practical idea of home seemed to that it was a place which his wife took care where IB and as ong as be could pay for In ehort le treated it as a soat of a private oarding house of which his wife was landlady and if he paid all the ills he considered his duty 3is wife had frequently asked him to stay at hone with her but she had never ventured upon any argument he had no conception of ionmuch she missed She sl ays seem happy when came home and he iihe could always be Monday and George iVilnon remained true to his prom His wife put on her bonnat and and ho said he would re main and koep What will you do while I am Emma shall and enj py myself I shall be backin good Tie wife went and the hus band was hft He had an in teresting and be tc read He read till eight oclock and then began to and refer frequently to the The book did not interest him as Ever and anou he wonld oome to the pis sage which know would pleas his and instieUvel turned as though he would read It alouJ but thoiewasno wife to hear At half past eight oclock he aron from his chair and paced the and Then he went and got smd perfermed ofbis favorite After their he got pack of played a game o Low with an imagina ry he walked th and whistled Finall the clock struck and his wif Well in goat How iart you enjoye aje I hope dull ploee after t I cant say returned l it fta glad of ntoited Emma fof we both oorselvea You shall com fortable week of George winked some bn he kept his and de termined to stand it On the next evening Emmapre pared to go I thai be back in good season she are you going her bus band I cant tell I may go So Geotge was left alom tried to amuse him bat hejband it bard Ev cast bis upon that empty and the would come How pleaian it would be U Me were Thi clock finally struck and he began to listea for steps HfcU on hoar by and he became very nervous am I he muttered to him afier he had listened for some time in this is to She ought not to stay so late But he happened to remember that he often remained away much ater than so he conelndac that he must make the best of At fifteen minutes of ten Emma A little aint she said ookiog at the Bat 1 fell in vith some old and we made time of How have yon enjoy ed yourself1 First returned George brave I think home is a great when one can have it all to added the wife uith a sidelong glance at her he reply On the next evening Emma pre to go out aa before but this me she kitsed her husband ere be and seemed to hesitate Where do yon think of going Georga asked in an I may drop in to see Uncle iplied However yon wont be Youll know Im When the husband was left to his wn he began to ponder eriously on the enbject thus present d for He could not ead he could not he could enjoy himself in any while lat chair was In he ound that Home had no real cora ort without bis The mt lliiag oeded to make his Homo cheerful wta not I declare he said to himself I did bt think it would be so Ind be that she feels as I do hen the U here alone It must e he punned It jnst as Before we were shewas very happy In her hildhoodf Her parents toved her and her brothers and sis ters loved and they did all they could to make her After this he walked up and down several and then stopped again and communed with himself I cant stand I should die in If Emma were only I think Icould anose myself very How lonesome and drea Will e i mind do WB byT7ucje Johns see if nhe Itwould be a relief to see her I wont go know yet that I hold out George WHeon took another turn across the once more at topk his bat and went Helocked the door after and then bent his towards Uncle It was a moonlignt aad the air was keen and He was walking along with his eyes bent on the when Jie heard a light step anproaching He lookef up could not be mistakelr his His first impulid was to avoid but she recognized in surprise this j oil is1 was the And do you not ydur ings at home is the time I have been and even now I have not been absent from the bouse ten But where are you going I am going yongo with me Certainly returned the husband She took his and they walfcei borne Wnan Emma had taken she sat down in her rockUu the f pi Yoa came home early tonight remarked The young wile looked up intc aer hnabanda with an ex preseion half smiling and half tear she answer I will tell the George have given up the nan aged to stand it last evening int I could not bear it through to When I thought of yon here all I wanted to be with yon t didnt seem I havent en oyed myself at I have no bomi ut Say you cried mov ng bis seat to his wifes am taking one of her Then le me my I have stood it not a whit When eft the house this I coulc tear it no I fouud that thii was no home for me while my swee wife was I thought I woulc walk down by Uncle and see face if I had gazec ipon your empty chair till my heart He kissed her as he unt hen while she reclined her upon his have learned a very good four presence here is like the mrsting forth of the ion after a torm and if you love me as 1 love of I cannot donbj presence may afford some snn ight for At all our zperimeBt shall be to that will try and tee how much Home lomforts we can find while loth here to enjoy Emma was too happy to express er joy in she expressed and in a not to be The next evening was spent at by both husband and and it was a season of much enjoy In a short George be an to realize how much eonfort to be found in quiet and peace il home and the longer he enjoyed lis comfort the more plainly did he ee and understand the simple truth mt it takestwo to make a happy For the TO Yoa me to forget the bitter ptit To think of roa at an anchauglng friend To laugh with yoa at fortnntt chnCrtg Thai made mj early jean with miterj I taw yoa amid life1 boty And thought yoa had a will and mind That joa could call bat I wat To qrlme when clothed hi yoa thea no dscttt abald Unfer thtre Too tnstod mt yoa laid vUk Wnnd And when I aiked for gaVe doj Ton me arid aow I can reptjr The scom with which mi iw tbrgtt thai 4 I glidlj Tool toota long hwiltoned for thlai When Yoa soorsidme Beceire again tie tcom 185a and that if the wife is one the husband must be the oth printer sys that compositors ive a right to complain of dullness Bat Th4Ve And laid Out m WMe mlMEatOROw aai oernT tortoTXnoae can THE WHOLE A young named James Pow ers was hanged at Washington on for Just before mounting the scaffold he bade hir brother and said Remem oer whtt I told let the liquor The same counsel has gone from a thousand scaffolds in thu and its echoes are heard in a prison We waste much breath and Ink in speculating upon the causes of crime and its ex traordinary increase of late But the confessions of the criminal tell OB the whole troth of the mat It is rum that makes demons out of orignally good impulse it in rum that a filling our ing the and diminishing security of life and Under its accursed men when would die rather than commit a dishcnest scruple not to perpetrate robbery and Of ill the propositions or the prevention of we are trpngly persuaded that there ia iohe of equally efficacy with the simple of young the liquor IMPORTA5CK OF For the preservation of ex ercise is of Ihs utmost nd and all of the bodily unctions are assisted ky it coming it the same time clearness of mind nd cheerfulnens of heart The evil results of the want or degcient exer ise are seen in persons of indolent or sedentary Indiges congestion and a multitude of chronic molodies are irocuced general de angement and diecomfort of the whole system nader which nervous and hypochondriaal patierrti be robojt heahh commonly d by he working with those engaged in sedentary is chiefly owing bodily In evey period aad occupa on of exercise is essential to but most of all in the
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