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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 9, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaShout in a. General pared 10 Tii Kiou of in de if Oren Olion is in Good to Fere n ifs pay Fil of crush of indulge ice Oft the ably upon proct will behalf. Bli Sfier . N from the scribe easy me Sears by s of the irn i. Itself or 3 Sears and free of All All receive one year the above his order subscriber subs Cri one year 10 free of ill receive by v rid or one ears new e Ribers and shall Bible by Ler Dyroen towers and used slate treat Wilb necessary Lents i f controls rat. Ion k City. Indications i or they Ost office. Agent 5heep skins Jwo and fifty cents per an i tf8 c of fifty deducted if l Irful the for i Jolar to Csc a tinted until All Are f a Asp the editor. L a not exceeding tout vhf Tinei in s tur one for every sub Aii cents. Woticha not Chiles inserted for seventy five cents. Or three inc Lions the same i recount Mulc to yearly advertisers. I Al feb from the ladies companion the by t forc 33. R varsity feeling in her Days of Joy and sorrow. The town to which they went was about thirty Miles Distant and instead of living is in a comfortable House of they were1 now reduced to one room in a Large subdivided House the proximity of the inmates of which was anything but agreeable either to the dignity of her mind or the purity of her moral few and the articles with which it Vias Furt wished All that valuable of their furniture having been disposed of to liquidate their debts or rather to reduce the claims of the1.most clamorous of their Credi tors. But the actual loss of those things which Williams held even most dear was Light when compared with the dark forebodings which had Long sat As a thick Cloud upon her mind. Indeed the terms and had Long kept her in utter terror. They had wasted her thoughts by Day and darkened her dreams by night. They weft engraved on her imagination in characters vivid As the Noonday Sun yet dark As darkness and sackcloth and sorrow could make them. Mrs. Williams now however exerted All her Power to make indifferent articles look Well and that which was cheerless look cheerful and withal to but if you Bould meet any of them my Saul his Wile let them know at and hat Yon will not them Aud they will once that you cannot so much As taste wit ii soon leave you of As to said thank god i can now either take it or want a Iilliams knew that human Deravi and that fostered it had been by his former habits it might have More strength than nature gave it. Shews also afraid that its Pat Ces had not As yet been swept and garnished by the influence of that religion which is alike pure and purifying. And although Happy beyond measure in the change which had already taken place in her husband she yet remembered the Day when and tasting alone As she opened the Highway to drunkenness with All its attendant guilt and misery. The language of her heart was therefore still beware but we cannot be too cautious my said . W the first Inlet to any vice is oftentimes As the letting out of and when you know that you can do without it show your Fried nos or those who Call them such that you can do so and in so doing you will show them you can do what few of them you talk my said he As though i had Ever taken it for the love of it but i repeat it i never Bilyj Maria mused within herself if from the not us i Ely at the same moment to be again and again whispered in1 williams1 ear and looking at Bis watch via Only been redeemed from elite pawnbroker s a fortnight Sai d he to see i have yet ten minutes before shop Sheltina i ddn t care if i do for that Pei i will show them that 1 can go in and come out he to himself we shall merely Call for a Glass to tall Over it and Ras Well As Joli Don t care whether i taste it or said his compan Ion. However both tasted it and both repeated it when Williams Rose to come away but he was vexed because of what he husband did your illness soon i and be did himself but one of his Are quite strangers implied . Adj itans knew you much less would he Tirui cof Tehwa our dear i know your husband very Well and a Nice Man he is though rather thoughtless at times i suppose rejoined the other at the same time shaking her head ining Mcahon that she knew about him . Williams was beginning to observe she did nol her husband had known be told had done and he sat Down to have another Glass because of his vexation. Again he Rose to leave but be was ashamed and again he sat Down because he now. Wanted to Bury his feelings in intoxication. Meanwhile . Williams inventive mind had been Busy Irr devising the shape and form of her new dress a whilst other not unpleasing collateral in the giving and receive in of Ibe same had also sported merrily in her sanguine imagination. It was rot Long however until other imaginings took the of is it a Jtj i ii a letter to the american Consul at Lun slated from the German and pub in lie National intelligencer a Branch of the of oui great Washington now in Bavaria. This Branch is descent Deil Fram Javies Washington implicated in to unfortunate affair Ollie Duke of Jfon-1 the time of Charles ii 1683- who obliged to Fly irom England and settled Holland. The present head of the family 10 a Varu is lord of nothing and signs Royal Chamberlain lieutenant Gen and de Catnip to the King with a ust of other titles. He has three sons family connexion seems to have been by our own Washington in a from mount Vernon in january 1799. Find the following n sure in an Exchange paper dissolve common soda in water As it will Anil Wash the bands with it allowing " Miry without wiping. If repeated a few the warts will entirely disappear and advice a when you Are in want of make believe that in he Are foil of and say that Money is no object. In Case any body will offer to lend you " mount. Refuse until you Are Over per and Thea sooner than to be obstinate May your kind friends by accept a favors. Ici Cit Wiscont advocate says a Young Man in that killed skinned and dressed on a bet fifteen sheep in fifty two minutes. Ball was lately give 01 of a Large hog in Cincinnati. It was 6at a 1aw him As cold As a Bacon. Tranquil test the silence Mere wheel of life have no i for make a Happy and accommodating spirit sup ply the Lack of other conveniences. Well John this fitting up anew and changing about of things puts me in mind of to time when we were first and does i l not remind you of the tame Happy perhaps said John As he kept read no the sporting intelligence of an old news paper. "1 Hope you feel Happy in the change we have continued the persevering wife. "0 said he of impatience. And there is Little Maria and John so Happy Hope arc have yet Happy Days before perhaps John reiterated still keep ing his Eye upon the newspaper. But indeed whether Reading or not Reading . W. Had Long observed that her husband s Eye Ever flitting to and fro never rested upon her. I am said the still Loving wife i am sure John there is Only one thing necessary to make me Happy beyond All per haps or what is that said last raising his Eye from the newspaper although not in the most complaisant manner. My husband s love said she at the same time following her husband s still re ceding Eye. Well said he somewhat do Seti by but 1 suppose n need not be like a child always telling his wife be loves her a said to frs. A Only refrain Only refrain Fren. Repetition she shrunk to add of Only refrain from repetition and i shall know that you love me for 1 know that i cannot help Leving yes said he at last throwing i Down the paper and taking her hand in his yes Maria 1 Hope we shall have happier Days of the great satirist to the present mor when Little yes Mother at the foot of place of these. Who May Tell of the and Tal Man had Ever taken it or thought he took it for the love of it. She however knew she Durst not press the question More at that time As nothing Hurt her husband More than the Mere surmise of either Cau Tion or guarantee being at All needful on his part it was now however a Happy he tasted it not went he to the place where it was to be Anil the coldness or rather the cruelty which he had treated his wife was forgotten in fewer weeks than the years in which it had manifested itself. It was about six months after this Confer ence had Tohen place when or. Williams Looft ing not a pleasingly on suit of Hirw clothes which he had jul on next looked upon his Wile yet one thing said he. What is that said Maria Wist fully As though intent on getting him that one thing without delay. It is new diets for you. My and taking the gild a purse which Fin mini years had never Lien anti with than a piece or a Coppi Iny to Best and i i away and buy "in1 it the color i him Fly. Piety of her if Lind when Long after the expected hour her husband still returned not Ber listening in breathless silence at every footstep and of her bitter disappointment As she heard it Lead to another Joor than of her painful forebodings which were Only realized by the appearance of her husband in a state of loathsome intoxication and until Long after the Dawn of Day of a Drunken scene u is not the intention of this tale to Tell neither to Trace the rapid strides of or. A s second degeneracy. As an apostate he re entered the Field More Girt in than before. There were now shame remorse broken vows past experience pro Fracter mercy and a wife s unchanging love be drowned in the cup., and added to the sacrifice which at first he bad offered on the altar of intemperance it need5there forc scarcely be added that his second Titi from virtue was by a sevenfold quicker step than before and that in a very Short himself with n j time he had become More the child yes St fitted i seven times More the child of the Devil than there is i Ever the encrustation of from which his sympathies had partially burst flu ring the Short period of his total abstinence seemed Only waiting for fresh Fri Literals to give the impenetrable hardness of Adamant. Mrs Williams sorrow and disappointment tug to re the the Effort she had made to maintain happiness Ami cheerfulness both in any lady in the neighbourhood Maria interrupted her Sayin father knows her that lives this who is that said her Mother. 1 she who got All the. Money you Maha Money that should have bought the teals and your wine and Johnny s so Biol Book for the want of which he cried so said her Mother and i am sorry to say that was the Landlady of the Public House at the foot of this of sail the lady then that i suppose will be myself but come you had belter eat a Little for i must be in the meantime Maria s delicate appetite fixed its cravings on the new repast having Long loathed her homely food arid she had just sat lip to partake of the More generous fare. But she now remembered the Many Midnight hours she had stood watching by the door of this House when her soul had been j alike sickened by the oath the Gambler and the laugh of the drunkard indeed it j was from this Midnight watching that she dated the beginning of her illness. Mrs. W. Remembered All this and her heart turned from the food which was by this time in her hands. you the Landlady of that Public Bouse she inquired. Yes dear 1 Ami was the familiar reply. Theri Lake it said Maria for it is the sweat of my husband s brow and i cannot the what Madam inquired the lady angrily. The sweat of my husband s brow and the blood of his wife is on the said Maria in a fainting tone of voice. You do not mean to say that i am the cause of your husband being a Drunken Vaga said the now indignant Dame or have taken from him the sweat of Liis Titto of for if loved him he would Tove and _ that be a tiered in and 7 them bosom. Adv charged Urlo mind to Pray to him and to be sure to Pray for father and when she old us continued the simple Larrayor sins so much that the could not speak did you not think of going in search of Jonir either that your Mother might have said thes e things to inquired the Coroner. No we did now where said Maria but Mother became so ill i fuhed to go for the doctor hut Sec great physician willbe Here Iii self to Day was your Molher suffering so much my i Lefor 1 said the Coroner of yes for moist to and she coughed but could not cough and she wished for water but she could drink it and ski wished me to raise her head head was heavy and i1 Coult not lift it and she said she had a great Deal More to Tell is but so Silas not Able to j because it was something the1 Fitt be boy who had stood All while Ini motionless silence putting his m the upon Bis breast it was Soan eting that would not let my Motjie speak and than bursting into went and hid his face in of the Couch where the body of his lifeless Mother Lay. Ivas the Young death bed attendant continued it was Mother said she was in and she listened o How she listened for the fool Steps of father and o was she to see him and when i know said she. Bit then 1 Blue uu5 Llie color first saw is wife and went in am lol r in sin a i love. And now Maria s heart Ness oot i n Antin pation raiment but because her husband had proposed the gift that in an cedi Aring manner. Indeed that Hoppy interchange of it which from week to week or from month to month tiry contemplated and those necessaries or which dissipation Hail deprived them formed i no Small part of the happiness of ibis now i Hanna family. Yes verily virtue pays its or was full of Happi of her change of votaries More liberally than vice the Way which the transgressor take is hard will Lams was happier far happier when he went to Oliy Bis wife s new gown than he Ever was when he went Forth to meet his Idle companions. Just As he was going to enter the shop where he intended making his purchases he was accosted by one of his old companions who immediately after the first salutation asked him what House he now went meaning of course now go i Don t go to any i j it Rny Money in a different Bank said he As lie half unconsciously cast his Eye downwards on his new apparel. Why you have not joined the tet Olal have you said his companion said mr., Williams done that "0 then let us just Igo in sail isel Fani h r luring the Short in to i Lum dissipation were too much for her bodily strength and produced arc action Shirli was More than her delicate Frame could hear. Her husband it is True had never Laid violent hands upon her ,-ind.stiange As it must that he had never Lur a guilty of cruelty towards her because he had never Lone so. But the to of sings of the. Long Lone night the Cloud of the sunless , Ai d the beatings of. The anxious pulse i had made More fatal inroads on her Constitution than open violence might have made on one whose Riml and feelings had been less Alivo to such to cziment. And in Little More than three months from this period . was in All but the last stage of con . The restless bed is wearisome and the hour is Long and tie feverish invalid Vas glad to have its sameness broken by the trance of a new visitant though a Strainer. You re Williams said the new visitor Curtes Ying exceedingly Low As Slie b r u Vav no Way so hard As when he takes his own., said Willams can Yon my dear Maria forgive me can you forgive me what enormity is it which the Loving wife cannot forgive or which the first returning Ray of a Hus bands Long lost love will not this to Maria was As the Sunshine after the storm As tha Dawn of Day to the benighted traveler As the Oasis in the surrounding de Sert to Bleak and blighted a proud and Happy Day it was to . Williams in Short a new Era in her existence when the of a month s or Ber Industry Little John and Maria were dressed in new Clethes the Fust surtout coat and trousers which John had Ever and with their father and Mother went hand in hand to Church. Of Mother i did like to see father go to what inn should they ing with us to Church to Day you did look so said the Little girl. I have not my to heaven said the Little boy whilst climbing up on his father s knee. Will you not go any More with the Wick people who father the continued As he his Little Chubby hands into his father s Cheeks. Wie Kojl Saiji his father with a i Hope i shall never sea one of them More.1 it is they will now you my said his wife sobriety in his Friend soon Breaks the drunkard s Friend ship for whritevei1 he May pretend sobriety is a signal for the speedy flight of All his at r other that is the Reasor Hytson t wish to Aee one of them the other pointing to the red cur Taui livery near by can Call for a Glass and if we for my As Little Don t drink it we can talk Over it own he continued "1 care about drinking As my wife expects said Williams and besides i now decline go ing to a Public House at any at this moment an old acquaintance of both came Forward a Suber Man Man or. Williams has become very religious said his companion Happy to hear said the other. So religious that he says he now de dines entering a Public ill Tell you we hot it is said he of Good Repuk ill Tell you what it is if you Jeave not As much religion As will Lake you both into a Public House and out again you have none a poke you re . Williams i m sorry o hear you re so Pooh. What is like the he matter with you i be just taken the to Carufe of coming to see you in your Dis Ress. I Hope you will soon be Able to get Novay with this with a great Deal More was All spoken in one breath and with one accent ind although by a person Well attired. Yet i the address and manners much lower and coarser than those which . W. Had been accustomed to in Days when she associated with Dwoinen dressed in similar attire. Mrs. Williams taken by Surprise seemed at what to say which the other perceiving partly by Way of filling up the vac partly by of condolence continued " it s a troublesome and tormenting thing illness if one could possibly avoid this was at the same time expressed in a More serious tone of voice As Well with More circumspection of manner the speaker evidently intended it As a moral reflection. The visit a however seemed to partake of kindness. I be taken tie Liberty of Yoa a Little Hami Arodi fowl Iii my Basket we hid a the sweat of his brow said the hapless wife but the sympathies of his nature have been Laid desolate at your the Pamer of my love and of my youth has been wedded at your altar. And of excuse said she excuse me for i have found it annl to. Wear the widow s weeds whilst my husband was yet so saying she Sank Back upon her Pillow in a swoon. Poor Little Maria lha accustomed Side nurse on fainting As Well As on All other occasions had All the while stood weeping in silence but she now ran for her usual reme Dies and Short time had her Mother again restored to the sensations of life. The Landlady immediately took her leave at the same time great Sang Froid advising j them to Send for the doctor As the trouble j she sail it fortunately in . Wil i Liams it was in her vital and already the an j gel of death was at the door. Mrs Williams j never overcame this interview with Landlady and in a few Days after it took place it was quite evident that death was not far Distant. Her husband saw or least feared this to be the but As he after wards confessed to one of his companions he Felt that lie had wronged his wife he was therefore afraid to front the messenger of death and went to the to drink arid Down thought in dissipation. It is Likely that in had not been quite sober when he came to this Resolution else for the Sake of human nature seared by the burnings of he lighted a it was then dark we not Rise Light then he went Forward to the bed Bat immediately when he looted at the bed he turned away for he too seemed be and did your father make no no he went away and brought in some of our neighbors who made my brother and me go to bed and neither he nor i was surs whether Mother were dead or not until fiet and is that All that took place replied the weeping child thera was More but that is All that i recollect yes doubtless be much More said and much More endured in this scene of to than has been Bere related Irich Al so from the bridal to the dying Day which is not told much which even the wife of the worst of husbands would not wish to Tell. Neither shall in be Here recorded is it Upu non record of the s and of his drink his crime and of his of All that he it not written in the Book of the chronicles of the King of heaven did not he who Marketh inquisition for blood behold All did not unerring pen of the recording Angel write All not with Ink neither on Parchment made with but in the records of jus. Characters which Only the tears of repentance can Only the blood of can obliterate dinner yesterday have you me . Williams get a plate Little Gir this is your daughter . Williams Sha s like her. Father. Shev like yourself was uttered with equal do you take a it tic the speaker again inquired. Mrs. The doctor forbade Spir its at the same time informing her visit Arr that he had ordered a Little wine and water when she faint. Vent you must hot mind the re plied the other especially when you re to alcohol ret it be supposed he would have acted otherwise. Be this As it May he left his dying wife in the care of her two youth Ful children Ami went As has Baen stated to forget himself in the partial oblivion of rubik . Williams when in health had associated but Little with her neighbors and now when the Lin inviting hour of death arrived they either did not know or did not wish to mingle in the gloom of its solemn ies. _ the two children being the Only individuals Presant when . Williams died and rumours not very favourable to the treatment she had formerly received from her husband having gone abroad it was deemed requisite to hold an inquest on the body Riet Day. The. Few particulars of this death will be Given As nearly As possible in the children s own words when examined by the Coroner. A rather took hold of stir hands and said she was going to leave said Maria when her Little brother first touching her on the Arm As if to remind her of something Jav Hych seemed to have forgotten at 1 said Sibler before a said she anger. As a preventative of anger banish All tale bearers and slanderers from your conversation for it is these that blow the Devil s Bellows to Rouse Ujj the of rage and fury by abusing your ears and then your cred i Fly and and All this perhaps for a lie. To prevent not too the affairs of others or what people say of yourself or into the mistakes of your friends for this is going out to gather Sticks to kindle a fire to Burn your own Livim. It f i 1 m. M m wants you to Send him two Yards of Black Broadcloth he Don Fenre what color it i3, and when he kills his pig last week hell pay you what you owe tall is that there is a sing ing wonder in new Jersey who has been known to run up the chromatic scale so fast that , which ought to have Coccora Ber stopped for want of wind. A German paper Chinery of a theatre for Sale includes among other articles to be sold at the same time thirty two Good substantial old ghosts. N How o . A lored. Cried until Bej Jot too pro if to newspaper

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