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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 3, 1856, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIn Centre de and adapt Jefe Ader the Ilir re required lot Alm Post uleces at tto and Toad Froat from a or for Ibe 13, for Over l pc r formed my for y exp aired three Eil Uro. Nance sated Deli Pena Tiea importance of xxx Ali. Stunning an Delmi by Cert editable Fornesi Post injured alter demand contractor rant or or Steamboat a pfc Jot he contract for a fact for instruction Scharge a a Arrott to so Lor a if the Posen or t goods for the million. Subscribers announce to the Tioga Public _ and the rest of Mankind that they have entered Inlo partnership and that the mercantile business will be by ruler carried on m the Village of Tioga under the of Fitin of Baldwin Guernsey co. At tie old land of Thomas i. Baldwin where a m n the old customers of or. B and the Pablo generally Lom Crosby was a will a i find a Large Stock of goods to from his neighbors Callec. A embracing every article suitable forthe Market in fact fact Knoof flip a War .1 nothing will be be l undone by the new firm to a com dest Shoemakers in the country. Modal Ettna please All who May favor this old establish he Otten Naa to turn App cants away men Wuh their custom goons w0rk always the Stock a urus than he could attend to is at regular intervals during the year Tom a in. So Fiat those coiling from a distance can a thursday ap3il 3, 1856 whole no. 94s and Don t we have enough Hannah remember what i Toyd you but Bow a 01 me j two Nave everything we that whatever they need can Alwayn be had Village and his Little shop was close by it and we t. Look at it is to enumerate every article from -1 f his wife dresses and How m the Stock embraces goods of every morning till Light the merry music of now rest cottage was near the Centre of the come to bed now this store for Solo mine Stock embraces his l Ler an increase of i pro rata Lucre scheduler or n c Sfurm m my ii out increase of 101 abridged. Ite a lowing Bahia Nerea set pay for the contractor e of Speed. Lice to the depart ing the order into y also curtail or i part at pro Ruto Rifle rent Grade of see How merry music of f Ouw proudly she holds i Lahty and variety the Stock of is laps Tono ring upon the air. Tom was Whert she goes into meeting. Only it o a and every body liked Wink Bow she Noda at 11 i Var u u a d f him. He was always grind always Good natured i f8 embraces every Quality from the Domestic coarse to Ull 01 fun and anecdote and above All else he the finest imported fabric of wag one of those rare persons who spend their . And wanted Leisure moments looting after their own Busi Ness. Tom was now forty years of age Aud though he had always worked hard and steady yet he had not accumulated much property. He owned the small1 House and the shop to Jean limn free Rani Busine a and sack boats Setner with some four acres of land which 1 in Qiuncy Pant-., sati net Jean Cordry Back of the buildings upon which he raised a Marseilles vests All sizes and Quality to is be had some on or two Hundred dollars Laid safely away in a savings Bank to serve him Are be crazy Tom Crosby Arent the Sun up is gone hoho twas 11 shouted leaping irom her up and off about on the painted floor conscious with that she opened the door of the the Shoul bedroom where in the cot bed Lay Yonng ibs servants and Willie and in the Truckle bed Lizzie had not sleeping. Long on her feet when she Sank Back for Tom was up by this time and he prof her head ached her limbs were weary. But i to be greatly alarmed she finally allowed herself to be dressed and alas our wealth is one i afterwards she met her husband at the then let it go i retorted Hannah. She looked at the face of the my part i be had enough of it. Of before you and Silks breakfast table. R dress goods Silks flee of the latent styles now worn with every variety of trimmings. Beady made clothing department Roii Sisung m part of Black Blue and Olive dress and coach. By irk Blue Brown and Green cloth sack e so a o w York i Rock Coats fancy Tweed to us nov Auu to hop to pair of boots other with some four acres of land which Lay Crosby opened her eyes but before she could make any reply somebody rapped at the door. Tom answered the summons and the caller was a boy who had come after a Why you would t expose yourself to your own servants would be hereafter you must never get up till your servants come. A thought of going to bed again she received an invitation to visit mrs. Newton. I she said. At this moment Effie waked up and gave cry of Joy As she saw a Crosby As soon As she could collect of a. To Ute Terete mrs. Crosby to herself drawers overhauls cravats and in fact every Obe groceries. A Large and Well selected assortment of every l february May in the grocery line Queens Ware glassware. Looking glasses carpets to he Best infer fee see nails oils Dye staffs paiute shoes Kraii of country produce such ask Rambol Tir old 3f-c taken in escape that degrading this simple scene will show somewhat of the state of mind into which mrs c. Had fallen she had not always been thus though she had n 1 l._1j1_ijl 1 m which her Hus Prigl Tom Crosby is that you who else should it be must s tick it out. Have urged Tom i did t did t Menf 9 e w on a Rainy Day. Mrs. Crosby was an excellent wife and one of the Best and no one could have kept the Humble to tags looking More neat and tidy than she did the Little front room _ always presented the same spotless purity of Lut opening of our store or a1 sown of Genoa floor and Wainscot Ard White curtains never the town and he or. Crosby went out and his wife was dust had collected about the windows Shi feared it was after All a reality but by an a by she heard a Bell ring and when she found that those who had wealth and High station in it was really sunday she knew that her past sex Satin his shirt bosom of the finest Linen Well but you have got a new7 one to fill now headache Aid Rem fill the tick. Fin a 11 f Itrat _ _ never Felt. But about two years sparkling with diamonds and his dressing had spot or wrinkle. The Kitchen was More had brought with him for a wife one who had left in in act i Cru offices nod is55 t. L. Baldwin a. T Guernsey o. B. To Aell on manhood and its premature decline Jet published. Gratis is 20th thousand ave entered a few words on the rational alone. She had just got out of bed to look around when she heard footsteps and in a his father some in the shop when school did it keep. Willie was ten Lizzie five and Folie Only two. Tom named his first child himself. Mrs. Crosby had selected a very pretty name but her husband was determined that he should be a Youny and the wife gave in but the rest of the children. She named herself and we can see her wastes differed somewhat from Tom s. He had wanted to Call the second Bay Peter in Honor of his Grandfather and then he suggested the name of Hannah for the first girl but his such was the Terra mrs. C m Mes was not quite up to the Mark but these children were Good Seamo any Eddres fruit and pot free in a sealed m Facci t3c Best children in the Lor in a pro Reini tirs pc pud two postage Stamps neighbourhood for their father took great pains new York City in be of their characters and their feb 24 Isoe Mother Felt no greater Pride than to have them i Tiff a to invt the woman and from this sprung num it was sometime before a aiming at such herself idea gradual came Over her and then e a b de Lane m 0. The important act that the Many planning com hints Origina is in the imprudence and Solitude of with May be easily removed without Medicine is in m com pull san tract clearly demonstrated and the entirely in amount , As adopted by the propose Lor ser Rull explained by Menns of which every one in t and Rlyn k perfectly and at the least pos Vicc and in s avoiding nil the advertised nostrums ave a i id tred. Tried. I Pense of his own he was in vain the Miami iric. Q i in Necic a s i Kil n of the n n cart Moi t Usu Jef f co the Brooklyn steam near air to dijccbj01ui up Cionni ctn try inn Clark s Patent and the buckwheat Huller Vorlon a Patent have in every respect realized sanguine those who feel and 10 Triam 1d interest in new discoveries and those who have ram to grind Are respectfully invited to Call and adore Lor themselves. 1 he company will sell Patent rights for Tioga ind Potter counties san 31-3m people pointed to Tom Crosby As a pattern of happiness and peace and yet he was not will your mistress be pleased to arise t asked the Foremost one. The poor woman remembered what her Hus band had said about the servants helping her dress and at knee arose. At breakfast half a dozen servants waited wag not Long in making up her on the table. Mrs Crosby longed to speak to Light have been wealthy hid he her she dared not before so Many in vain that Tom urged the sex her cup was filled with Coffee and she drank vain that he pleaded it. It was much stronger than she was used Ain that he urged the to drinking but so finely was it fixed that she rhe evil spirit had levied it and she allowed the girl who waited of his wife s soul and he could upon the table to fix her four cups. It by any argument or persuasion after breakfast mrs Crosby was conducted a became unhappy and miserable and Over part of the House and to her it seemed or own children failed to give her Joy. As though All the wealth of All the world must Day Lorn was m his shop All alone and have been collected and spent in furnishing weeping. He had just been to the the place the heavy Gilt framed pictures and mirrors the statutes the carpets the Gold and Silver ornaments the a pred to Hei m bowl Deming profusion. And you must come up to the Mark. Sir John to admonish her of the misery she will expect us it waa Over two Jears before in v discovered the secret ofc4hat three Days i t j to Lieuwe she had in High and even then sir John had a very Noble sound and discovered it by accidentally overhearing a con i l Little calming to the poor woman s Between her husband and or. New Teeling however at four o clock the Carriage Tou. Until then she had firmly believed was at the door and when mrs. Crosby saw be owed the experience to a deed she forgot her pains for awhile. The horses she now realized the Many Blessing she i were goal Black and harnessed almost wholly Joyed and no More gave Way to discontent bid ones o per Mit cd. Need pro Sec and my mint by mail w in but Enblom Cir quiz Terry re d and rely red f july fs56, but a mail Day videoed until the j received at the allowed unless Lobo de his his he grow ing Snoie and More unhappy every Day for Tom had never been Happy Only when he could make those around him Happy. The pain or disquiet of a single individual in his family he was weeping. He had House and another scene " had transpired he had come Back to his Little shop and with his hands clasped and his eyes turned heaven Ward he braved Hizir wife a heart with Sweet Content once Ramie hardly had he uttered this prayer when the door of the shop was opened and a Man entered this was no less a personage than John new ton an old schoolmaster of Toms upon whom torture had smiled most away the aristocratic couple were whirled to a Noble mansion which mrs. New ton had engaged for the real owner of which was introduced to mrs c. As a Friend the rest of the Day and the Naglit were passed just about the same As on the previous Day and mis. Crosby had an Opportunity to see that All Rich people must live alike she had to take wine again at supper and the clock was upon the stroke of four m the morning when she reached her own she went to bed wretched and unhappy she had been laughed at by the servants for her Jackwai Ness had been sneered at by a Young consumptive miss because see could not play euchre and the whole company had giggled at Paine s of regret for Puplis Liing his of a Book once Given to the world cannot be recalled Man has not the Power to annihilate his own works. If he gives a bad Book Raan it May Cost him a life of sorrow Andran eternity of to. Such an act is like once gone it is gone forever. Though he May 5 by repentance undo in part what he has done yet it is not wholly destroyed. How Tant then that act be Good and useful rather than wicked and ruinous of Acinthe life of Thomas Paine threw this thought with great Force upon my mind. It occurred just after the publication of age of my i r or Crosby supper have a got to eat again before we go to bed eat again. Why you would t go with out your supper our friends who have heard Philadelphia advertising. To the merchants f the West and North West. Philadelphia january 1, Railroad comm Mica inn via Imus Iha sport and Catawissa being Complete you Are Kohl a rarer to Market than to new York. The it of freights Are to be equally in therefore f the undersigned manufacturers jobber a j wholesale dealers nation to of mily was sure to upset his own cup of Joy. A most bounteous by he had of our arrival Aie coming now the truth is the Sweet Angel of consent in a be Sll Boring a Large and about 9 o clock or. Newton which had for so Long a time kept guard Over i j do had amass lived and with them came three couples More i. I Bea great wealth without marring Bis heart Al and wife Arar railroads but immediately r exact duty my become More Mimi Zelv acquainted with you and to by Are Jire a portion of your patronage. Hollingshead grocers and of Mission merchants 77 water Street. Approved March Plait co grocers and commission Merot wants 39 North water Street. Cade Street Tom s household had Lown away and another i j pint had comp in. Mrs. Crosby had become his Lio contented and in Heppy she had allowed the spirit of envy to gain Possession of her soul and from the moment sae let the Denton in her peace of mind was gone. Tom she said after the children had gone to bed one evening what is the use of living living How uttered Tom shaking the he 5ale dealers. Ask your ashes from his pipe and nuttino1 it in Market and stocks of goods hoping r j As we do now. Plodding along year after car in this same old train. I declare i m almost in to go crazy when i think of but Hannah i thought you used to be very Happy and so i did but what does that signify Tom now when he did meet him i "nwa3 warm and genial Ever. What Tom uttered Newton As he saw the poor Cobbler s gloomy tearful face what is to pay now t was Tom s answer. But Newton waa not to be put off thus and considerable questioning Tom revealed he i new if he had a Noble Friend John Newton was that Friend and he for some time after he had done remained thoughtful and client but a Bright gleam rested upon his face. Mrs. Child her funny remarks touching some butter which unch j then a South of Nineteen years a Baucco to be on the table. Was predisposed to had for a Long on the next morning or towards time desired retread Paine s works. Having when she awoke she found her servants about been to sing sing new York on business the her As before. She asked them to Send her As be was about to return observed husband to her but they could not think of to l5m there was a gentleman who wished. Such a thing. She simply sprang out of bed to set a if he would carry him he and caught a chair and told them to disobey would speak to him. Or. Inquired who it her if they dared. They left the chamber and was tue innkeeper replied it is Thomas shortly afterwards Tom Crosby made his a recently returned from this pearance., the wife groaned i can t stand an i can to Why. Hannah give up All your highly pleased or. K., for he had an interview with him. Or. Paine took his seat by his Side and they Rode on. After All in the secret. In t that Effie uttered Crosby As the distinct wailing of Crosby to one of the bus cherished a Hope keep the Money and what would you keep it for we had Money enough before for the station we then held and a la Jou used to want was to make a show like mrs. Wilkins i Are be crazy would be their conversation immediately turned upon his recently published theological works. Or having secretly cherished a Hope that the claims of the Bible might be proved null void began to congratulate him on the anticipated Success of the age of Paine after its popularity wishing to know How t was what his neighbors told All Newton surely you would t go Back into your old of it Etc and Drew out of him All that Home and have to take care of your own Chil he Felt disposed to after satisfying him Dren and do your own cooking Aud find your self he inquiries he took a Long breath he said Hannah does t dream tie thousand and one cares of which she is and to which wealth would subject can i Only t Only a baby. Tom j that work for my own and it is that Stone that keeps us Here could do the world. Trumping a Carriage trimmings masonic a Halm to certainty a t id ans the everlasting thu Pety thump of your old hosiery. A dinging in my 165 Market Street. But what would Yota have the manufacturers Straw husband asked with a we and expression of and millinery goods Sec pain i can give you better now. I will take my wife f the Way for a while and use of my House plate ser All he How s that m a it will be Oil cloths 352 Bee not Street. A Gannali we were Onle the happiest a t r manufacturers of pasols 128 Market Street. of Ftp Orerg of watches jewelry a t Ancor goods 80 Market Street. Barber manufacturer of Tapps Operti Frethe Gold Gannali we were Onle the happiest couple in town and Yon were then Only what you Are now. You Only want what you have lost or. to to to i Gether Over an hour. F i say it s no use Jack i d just As Lief die live so. Way As Arlon Laming Mansfi Carer of paper k their Lenings Arch Street. See 87ih publisher and bookseller 199 mar Nelly saddlery ind Tho philosopher s Stone. Martyr Felt relieved. But it was Only for Oij juy incise Gewing up v n. Moment for upon finding herself alone with o die and Burrow Here it s something that gives the owner her husband she remembered that her head ing i a Hannah be Nufa off if a mind to ached and that her Limba were weary. I i can Wake up to Morrow wit ii a j tented mercy on me would you have a soul contented to see everybody Ilse getting up and me be obliged to i but who is getting k r by in t this servants go and Tell the nurse to Stop that no cried the startled Mother starting up go myself. Poor dear thing. She shall see mama so she but Tom sprang f6rward and caught his wife by the Arm of Don to tout own fuss of you7 made move Vou is and have to to bed every ,we11 sir " 6aid my soul How o clock. Crazy own Little and it. Is that could dlr than any design to of benefits info 2 said he with had it Finein at my command. Leason never the publication of that work can Nerer do the world any style will doubtless. To lightly the Only Book of Correct morals that has Ever blessed the that is a Good said mrs. C. And i would a Vise you after this she proceeded to dress herself making her husband wait till be had finished so that them Pesky warrants would t come nigh her any breakfast was eaten As usual and after thought he the author of awhile three ladies called and sent up their so notorious repudiating All Faith in his own cards. Mrs. Crosby would have refused but hat Confidence can he expect others he husband overcame her objections. So the Nave n it if he has none himself if ladies called mrs. C. Was once More on at five o clock they left and shortly after her wards mrs. Crosby stole away to her chamber. Tom had been watching her and he stole after answer Heru and watched her movements through the key Hole. She first threw herself upon the k. Took up with Paine s advice not bed and there she Lay some time. Next she read that for he Felt no concern to arose and went to the fire place. She removed pore Over three four Hundred pages simply the Gaudy then reached up and took to his mind with an acknowledged Down the Little Leathern bag. She took out the and that time his tendencies to a kept Stone and placed it upon the Hearth. Within ? so him. I have seen boys get together the fire place stood a pair of Small Silver Andi evening after a Day s labor and set and Rons and with one of these mrs. C. Delibe the l one relates a wonderful exploit another is reminded of a Noble achieve mrs. Crosby said yes but she knew she spoke falsely. What a miserable idea that continued mrs. Newton which supposes that mothers must be fastened Down to their children. How Ever poor people can t help it i suppose and yet mrs. Crosby heard her Little Dar Ling sob and cry and her heart seemed racking with pain but she dared not interfere now. At length supper was announced. It was. Eleven o clock. Mrs. Crosby ate considerable what s the use of poking along this cake and confectionery and at the had world. Ing his Eye that to _ said Paine turn meet or. Is not to read t. At this or. Said he was perfectly sur feebly he knew not what to say. Lame himself cannot rely on his writings How shall other men dare to Trust themselves m the behalf of them if the age of sea will not answer for its author it will not me or for any other person in the or Hannah Tom h ration been cent Lopini Lypa to said Avion claims no Tribler f. And were t and two Whit qut tend to tote ice Tam much like cobbling rarely smashed the Stone to atoms. With a be and in Jit a is it at shoe is u Fine Culiar chuckle Tom hastened below and Atten met and Wother has an heroic deed to Tell of convinced her yet she wanted it seem As though we were born for it ded himself to preparing his wife s Tea. The and so around. Each one viewing with the Cobbler took a Small the wife was silent for some but my love where shall i find Money to muh j fancy goods North Street. Primes 27 find it where other folks find it. Shut no Little Nasty shop at d go into some Busi More promising. do other Folk s find Money i d like to know but Crosby did not observe her 0, do go and bring her hero to me. That s a water. She drank her than usual and then arose. But somehow she forgot to Rativo tone. I found perfect happiness Little shop and in my neat and Comfort health has been secured to us Able Home. Hannah Crosby awoke and she was not sure that she was eyes. She Felt so sleepy that she could not keep her did not believe. Notice then two fearful eyes opened and she went to bed despite her somebody May hear you Hannah husband s urgent arguments to the contrary. Those who read Aud believe or. Know what mrs. Newton said to night. Of Courso she was not Bug in falling asleep age of Are Riore cred Mili and she s the next richest to us of anybody in the and she slept soundly too. Than the noted author himself for he had no Confidence in his own Story. Poor woman Laid her head upon the Tom 1 Tom 1" cried mrs. Crosby when an in world May begin his she. Awoke. Tom Tom for mercy s Sake 8uffering for bile publication his wicked Doc uttered Tom in a Chuck look. The Sun was shining brightly in at the what a regret fills the poor Man s mind u i would give worlds had i them at my command if the age of had never been of you who Are Ling tone. By the big Hokey Hannah Only Little Vine Clad window and the , oat was looked around think How Well purring costly upon the foot of the bed the is awake. Be but Pont be always like this Tom enraptured w Oman turned her eyes to the Little ".no, no rather guess wont. Why we crib that stood by the in Side and there Laid i tempted to reject the record gift of Haven t begun yet. Just wait till folks get to Ibe doling Effie fast asleep. I son beware 1ewsp4pers

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