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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 24, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaArft Assn e extract. Law Altro the rest there. Is a word Wati Jelm As a pc o lir0 child of it Stilih pc cps the mind visits and re pct ill Tiv Ems love Iii Iio a Atli in Wor Clif of contempt is j Flo in the try Niin-3. And ill stand is Monument full away. I its Naino to is pure july i ill fee we see Diirr in whirl is of a liar above il9 hand i i i lib on the lulls c running Brook Vrr m id o love or. N i in i Wiki this i Are Pride whom Storl of Iii Litty Wriston in t n v i titty i t in tic in when Jav to eight years Fine age. Ten years More make so bad ten years More then forty eight of Bessie Bessie then the Winter strips the tree and the sap dries up and the branches decay he taste fury dressed himself More so than was common. Black silk breeches and a sea Green coat his hair Well crisped and powdered even to whiteness his Bead dress Small and elegant and of the newest fashion there could no longer be any doubt or. Quint was preparing himself to heart. _ domestics wondered at him particularly the old housekeeper Anna Maria could not remain quiet. Women have great act in such cases. Anna Maria laughed in her Sieve and whispered secretly in the ear of another there will be great changes in the the Oiler thought that in this world nothing was and so when there was a peeped after their mus Ter wandering through window and door and through court Jard and House. I or. A int who in his finely intended attack had not counted on the Shine of the Black silk i breeches nor the tasteful form of the new queue i the night that he should have need of other Wea Pons fragrant whole m. 611. Entirely dissolved awoke anew under this mus tering1 of enemies. Involuntarily he compared himself with each Man and found that he was not quite to worthless after All. The clog ids of ill humps broke away the Sunshine of Hope spread itself Over his inner world and showed again some solitary Light spots in the night like desert. By continued pleasant reflections he raised himself gradually from Consolation to peace from peace to Hope from this to expectation and from expectation by Joy and from Joy to and now that i think on Pyk s words on Bessie s looks the cried in the newly awakened glow of Hope and love of everything is yet possible we will try it Bessie shall be obtained Paradise appears Trall Alla Trall Allera Tralla Trall orium this last very undignified phrase he neither thought nor said but Sang with a Clear audible voice dancing at the same time from one Side of the Road to the other and Back again. This Jubilee la race which May have much resembled that of the kingly David before the Bers of kit Berjis and of stairs and Halls. Thought she there is much yet to clean and adorn it would be7 pretty both win Ter and summer to have Snow White curtains before the windows for they ornament the House both within and without. And summer even Ings one must sup in the Gay Arbor and in Winter the Little room looking toward the High Way must be termed there the piano must stand. Or. Quint plays Well on it the mis press would then spin the yellow flax. R and of whom thinks mused she fur Thero i know Well Many think of him. He is Rich Young and pleasant. That ill Luck should always pursue me poor child had the table cloth never existed Why was i so awk Ward j -1 shall be ashamed of it All my life. I shall never dare to raise my eyes to him. But it is True he did sometimes cast his Friendly Eye on me an Eye so Beautiful so Clear and penetrating that i could scarcely Bear Iti and i would much like to know what he said to Uncle i know him Well. Do not believe him poor Bessie he is but quizzing the Dot Kothalo or icim in. Quiver was engaged last got married. Continued air. A Jint looked very the recurrences at the Castle had of the common fort. Bessie s form , had imprinted them k i Ston u reply on his memory. He wished lie i Rcd to Wiite and Beautiful head Twenty times on Piper. Went of the piano and All the chords i Back if Siraj it harmonies he visited hit and conversations is if Werr walking by his Side. N.-. I astonished he yet Felt inmost recesses of his heart were by ii adventure of a Momcil. .1 11 , nil his favorite ideas Alt his ii no a Tut Orall Tho , and common had a Chirm and Valuo ill now he had fit his heart aside like worn out i Beautiful holy enthusiasm Bighail he to at to a folic Wilny he sol on the before Lii in the Shadorf a tree hint reflected sunlight use Iso in a readiness and , and and u e be simple and i Brethren Aro they Luppy. R in knowing much in doing a Rrt in y not but they Are Happy be in is arms of Picas keep him company. Both could at least do Thicket Between the Highway and the running him service As innocent pretexts and topics of conversation. Thus a maj he left the House and with an want of fear went toward the Rushing Stream and Over the Bridge and across the Meadow to the Highway which Leadin from one end of the Vale to the other could not Well be avoided by Bessie. Nature awoke amidst the thrill of larks tie Clouds stole away from the bosom of the Moun Tain and rolled themselves up to the Golden Sun. A gentle Breeze rustler in i the Forest Light streamed Down from the glowing mists of Hea a ten powerful lira of the Rock and upon Mossy stones and weeds. Or. Quint folded his hands together in quiet rapture. He looked out into the Blooming Glit Ark of the might have continued thee. Would so Rich a Man As or. Quint so probably much longer being something Between Happy a Jan whom All love think of thee a poor girl 1 he must be a Learned Igen Leman he will seek a Learned wife perhaps a girl from the City. For thou Art not worthy of Hin. And he does not know certainly forgotten thee since Day before yester live will a 01 Ouier wac a minuet and a Waltz had or a Beautiful Book from his Library and a join Sprong with one bound aside Tike a shy it Cluster from his Flower Garden was to horse when he rears. He Bli nod into lip rears. He slipped into the Stream below. For thither on the Road toward the height Bessie came with her Beautiful stately person. She was alone. Ii pm. He who has once loved will clearly under stand the changeable state of mind of poor or. About Between fear1 and Hope anxiety and enthusiasm. I will also Wager that the greater part of my readers have already danced somewhere the pleasure dance of or. Quint but they were perhaps More fortunate than our philosopher who was caught unawares in his unfortunately by the very person for whose Sake this secret Honor dance had taken a simple accompaniment of vocal music. Or. Quint who had Nevor in his life designed terms Valley As if into a now life the Angel of to figure As a Solo dancer1, was so much alarmed which was Bessie. All the magnificence and i and disconcerted at Bessie s appearance that splendor of that Early hour were to him As the nil his limbs trembled. If Bessie had recognized if air a let is do in cyst Llie enchanted dream by the with Clicc eternity. This in no Imi i . The a i in Springs up Only to thy footstep. Such she is always Felt sol own3 her Ilia by her Side Rov More satisfying _ to Lessen that or. Quint stood on Lii old noting with himself. He of an hour at a time on solemn Entrance to tie Epi pee of his futurity the announcement of his great festival dreaming he Cretin god on the Road that led toward the Groat Village Thosa from which the beloved one was to the Way ascended from the Bank of the Stream Over Mountain rubbish and rocks while on All sides grew old Oak fir and Larch Trees and intricate thickets. From the Summit above the tops of the lofty fir Trees a Lovely landscape unfolded itself in the midst of which his own land wag beautifully Htu aled. From this Road could be overlooked for some distance in front when it lost itself again amidst Woods and rocks scattered Over with wild Flowers. Here or. Quint determined to take his Posi Tion and await Bessie. For he would not yet allow himself to run to meet her without any preparation. The acquaintance was too him up there on the height with his jumps Back with triese words an egyptian darkness fell upon her dreams. She folded her hands together stretched them with a sorrowful glance toward the dwelling of or. Quint and said for she did not think her self listened with a trembling voice a or. Or. Quint his blessed concealment had with Joy seen his beloved opposite to him though under a thousand apprehensions from his infirm looting. He was full of rapture. But when she spread her Beautiful arms toward his dwell ing and As the a praying whisper or. Flew from her Little purple lips Hea Ven opened i self before him he would Fly to Bessie s feet never did Fortune smile More kindly he spread his hands towards her and with a Dull noise the gravel broke from be Neath him the loosen a Earth rolled crushing wards Sid Wise and in the air it was inevitably Down or. Quint followed the Mineral King Over with him forever. What would a Gir Dom. He cursed on the. But in vain. It think to see a Well dresses Man set himself suddenly to dancing in a Wood a Man generally respectful Well bred and thought Intelli gent by All the world and when this Man should have advanced toward ller with a de would hot have helped him had he even prayed with greater Devotion the peril was More imminent than Ever. The foundation being disturbed Earth and rubbish rolled after and rushed Over him threatening to Bury him. He and that thought together with Tho unlucky i to him he could not keep a moment misfortune like an i longer upright. The. Ground Shook Claralie Norlove for god s Quint looked anxiously above beneath there re what has become of your understanding the Good Man did penance for his Short plea sure in the most sensible manner. He was obliged to hold fast with both hands on a neighbor ing tree for the Bank under i Brijl running Down to the water s Edge was Steep Raj id and his feet were Only supported by gravel and Sand that fell away with every motion. In any event he must remain Iri that disagree Able situation till Bessie should be past and yet which he had never i electrical discharge. Love let his wings or. Quint his bouquet a Cloudy blast came Over the brightness of nature like the sigh of Ai bad unhappy remembrance of the table cloth raged with the hand of Winter in the Spring like Garden of his Faricy. All pleasures and1 Hopes died away he stood there As one utterly deserted like a Pilgrim in a fore Gri land sudden fog or like a drunkard whop in the St of his follies becomes sober. He stamped with his. Foot angrily on the ground. Great heavens there the fool is again and again makes himself ludicrous before the loveliest creature under heaven so e will be ashamed of me. And then to be so awkward and so clownish of Why was i not merely unhappy Why must 1 be More than that even or. Quint threw his Flowers fiercely to the ground. It is Over it is certain. She in ves me not and if she would she could not the could not fathom it after Cri favor whether he had be to note Down care s and fancies in the belief that j Blockhead would be again nicely adrift if he Ament As if she were an acquaintance and himself quietly from Here grow Over his foot a thus poor Quint in imagination Bel bored himself with More the nov carthusian now and then under his feet. He could leave stood More firmly hitherto Tho right or to tie but not so Well sheltered from de Susie s eyes As added to this there was unavoidably a betray ing Rustle with every change of Liis position and a cracking of stones and Sands As they Rol led Down the Hill. Apart from Thorp painful dreams in which the sufferer wishes to run away while a fatal enchantment fastens his feet to the ground or would scream for help without having any voice aside those bedevilled stories that Are sometimes in our sleep by bad Angels or. Quint had never Felt any. Thing of the kind More unpleasant. The ground mover slowly from under Liis feet the Laws of nature. A Long downward journey Over Graveland was to be fear Phi it was dizzying to look Down her clo incr hospitable aunt s. She in l be Way w tllo.4t any trouble and All his conversation Ned and perhaps s. Or. Quant Locarno Giddy pain " it the thought farther. There remain 7 of fear and anxiety to carry. In self to think that under Conly arabic in concoct cd to. H m a learn Well i four weeks. Xii. The first Ray of the. Bub that in Lay Dis or. Quill oppose _ Ftp flu i w03 n he saw his fault at that moment in the form of a giant that pressed him Down while his Vir tues appeared As dwarfs. He despaired so much that he hated himself with All his heart. Beauty riches Grace wit renown Brilliant employ ment business and All that might subdue a Beautiful girl. Ahall is wanting to that renders one worthy Tho love of the loveable to pushed his hat deeper Over his face half turned himself about and would have commen ced his return Home when to increase his ill Luck satan maliciously blew in his ear and before thou Hast become Wise loveable Bessie will have found a the idea him shudder. He stood till. All his possible rivals in the Vale passed before his 4 Eye like shadows before a magic Lan Tern. Beautiful men intellectual men agree Able Rich youths remarkable Fame Lihr and Itaf esteem instead of being and the Damsel Bessie had just reached the top of the Mountain Road and stood two Steps the from or. Quint who lost his breath with affright she had stopped to consider with admiration the Beautiful Garden Flowers cast scattered on the Road. Every Orie would have looked with pleasure on the Little traveller As she stood before Quint s Flowers attired neatly in simple country Guise and yet to the advantage of her beautifully formed figure she was thoughtful and with the m Ain Eitl no other Way for him than to follow the will of Fate and finish the journey Down. Xiv left poor Quint at the close of the last chapter making a rapid geological exploration Down the Sand Hill. Poor Quint when in a poetical position which can glorify Mankind and heaven of some prosaic incident occurs that had the feel Ings of a Lamb would not be angry and yet the poor life Man is but a Romance mingled with verse an opera without music a thing out of which few draw any Wisdom and therefore it happens that even the most gentle be come fierce and shake their silk Wool like a lion s mane. Titis or. Quint did As he happily raised him self on his feet at the foot of the Mountain and i escaped the assaults of various rolling stones by scientific jumps. But in the midst of the anger he came directly from Gottheim. In Rotheim Bessie lived with the sister of or. Pyk. It was now the horse must be put in the stable. Or. R Cylc threw off his wet clothes arts and was pleased with the Possession of Quint s dressing gown and slippers. He also concluded to spend the night for it was evening the Road was bad and the rain grew More and More Vio Lent every moment. As they now sat together or. Pyk lighted his tobacco pipe and said do not take it amiss neighbor that i like to be at my ease and with you but had you a charming House wife who with a Friendly countenance would herself cover the table for supper and at the same time scold me a Little out of pure its justas Well i should be five per cent More Content. I like to have a Young woman scold me for i am wont to be naughty. And by that i can easily Tell whether the woman has heart and soul and feeling enough for Friendship. Young women who like to scold smilingly love truly and tenderly and become affectionate and respected Mother when your waiter enters or maid and lights the lamp or spreads the table heaven is just As if it had not happened and does not entice one to the meal. When the heart is not warm the dishes Are you Are a elite returned or. Quint and his countenance brightened i feel that you have spoken truly. But it is difficult now to find a Good who will be drawn to the altar by a Man s heart and i know no Maiden with whom i could be Happy to speak openly but your Beautiful neice miss or. Quint lost his breath at the last word. Or. Pyk laughed maliciously. Hei lighted the pipe again and said so soon v Quint and raised a paper folder from the ground. The Rubicon was passed to no longer dared go backward. I had already found it continued or. Pyk. The girl and you hem you Are not actors or you would disguise yur serves better. You were like bewitched bewitched. That i saw at the first or. Quint interrupted him. Do you think neighbor that Bessie remembers would Gay do you believe that your even were it fatal to our Friendship. I will openly acknowledge to you for of what use is concealment from you when it must come out some i Pray Quint interrupted uneasily backing his chair round the room i party you be slower a. Little talk Loo much Yon want too much arid want too quickly. Sun Stop screamed or. Pyk there you Are wrong. Such a thing must be done quickly i i say quickly but in proper order. There Are in the world be taken quickly to have them succeed to wit a Medicine in assault and a wife. Just to with christening marriage and burial. Those Are the three chapters in the Book of life or the titles of a chapter that Are All much alike. By baptism we renounce the Devil by marriage old Adam and by tears and sorrow. Amen. It remains with you. The betrothal can be made a year hence if you like 1 no said or. Quint by my body it shall not. Do As you will. 1 commit myself to you entirely. I am the happiest creature under the Sun. taught in the world against the betrothal but Only against the pompous display of Parson lawyer and witnesses. .1 hate Osten tation complimenting ceremonious airs can not i then take a wife to myself without All that Xvi. Here there was a new difference in the bin Ion of the. Two Phil sop tiers. Or. Pyk loved splendor and tumult. He was an aristocrat and would gladly have been a Noble. His House was tapestries with pictures of knights that he had bought at a Public auction for of the badges and Cloud like wigs that they wore. Of the three Hundred and sixty five Days of the year he thought the working Days belonged to the patricians. Under such Circum Maricee it in no longer a Riddle that the bashful Good Quint should be discouraged when Mil Pyk absolutely insisted Oak by in gang As witnesses besides Jue lawyer and Parsoff the nearest relations of bridegroom and 1 till Maui in the this business was Dis cussed and finally adjourned the following Day. The number of the guests to be at the betrothal Bride and bridegroom inclusive amounted to Twenty two persons. As to the banquet and other festivities or. Pyk would immedi Tely take care of that since the betrothal was i if be held in his House. Or. Was Slee Pluss that night. So j after All there is no Rose without its cried just let me finish sighed he and threw1 himself uneasily on his Iri i j Couch. Heaven smiling in the. Rays of the Moon looked brightly through the panes of tha window. No Rose entirely without not even the simple knowledge of love. To take an path of eternal Fidelity in Pablic an oath that would have been so much More Beautiful and valuable when Given in Solitude and amidst Poh there you going astray she has tears1 o you poor children of men Why do known you this Long time cried Jar Pyk j you so willingly entrap yourselves 1 Why will laughing. Women have and phys you let no pleasure steal int your hearts with Onomy with them As the knowledge of j out Way laying its your fool Flowers is with bees. The glances that hey ishnes3-.-with a painful lax of All this was truly of Little use. Or. Pyk did not forego his plan. He Rode away Early in the the sentence for you. I look upon the to Long As a settled matter-1 j so much the said or Quint. You Are observing and saw from the first How unspeakably i loved your dear Hea i cannot believe cannot does not know me i cast a Man in passing Are True balls of fire. That make our inmost thoughts As Clear As Day. The first judgment that they make of us is therefore lie most just the Good children Are afterwards generally so modest that they believe our words More than their own instincts. For instance Bessie has described and talked As of a fifty years up Slie has spoken of asked Quint in pleased astonishment. Comb say what you think. Have you not he knew not whether to curse most his Milfor observed that Bessie is half crazy about you 1 tune or thank most his Luck for having it is True she tried to deny with All her might morning. The guests were invited lawyer and Parson notified the feast made ready in Short on sunday morning All was in order that could be needed either for a betrothal or for a Little extemporaneous family feast. At ten o clock in the morning Bessie appeared in the House other Uncle accompanied by her aunt although the poor child knew not that it was the Day of her betrothal. Uncle and aunt had agreed to this for. They intended to accomplished his audacious descent breaking an Arm or a leg. I i climbing the Mountain Aga Bessie was not to be thought by without thought of you but till the last to Merit of her departure she spoke of none by and seeking thought of nothing else. Probably the her aunt s it is not a hair breadth better. He Good child had wisely saved Hie Ruelf by flight aunt said to her face this morning thou a during the horrible Avalon Elji Quint could not conceal it tha breeches were not in a state beside or. J in love his Black silk him to show to the face of an Angel in the red morning Light. Or. Quint trembled with love and fear. She Bent and gathered up the Flowers went one Side and seated herself on a piece of Rock. With the Flowers in her Lap she arranged them into a tuft but without haste for her glance wandered towards the neighbouring landscape where or. Quint s estate dwelling House and Garden Lay in the morning Mist. He also has Flowers in his thought she and people say it is a handsome her hands sunk into her Lap on the Cool flow ers a trembling sigh raised itself slowly from her bosom. Who would knowingly do thought herself the mistress of and Hoir she might then Plant for the Kitchen Well As the eyes. The position of the front door of the windows of the Chimney explained to her physio nominally the Interior of dwelling tip relations of room and cram eyes of his beloved. He ought to be Happy in lie could hide the spots and rents in them and reach his Home in Broad Day without being seen. He cried with rage even philosophers lose their philosophy under there has no Man yet been found Wise in every hour of the Day. Or. Quint the Bruyere and theophrast of his Vale or Quint so Learned in human nature would certainly not have brought those tears in the account had he described his own character. And yet it would have been the truth but tears Are not shed in the Market place nor at the Tea table. The following Day or. Pyk appeared at Quint s House. It was a Rainy Day thick Clouds were driven downward through the Hills from defile to defile and the peaks of the mountains were lost in the heavy rain from heaven. Such Days were always Welcome to or. Quint. The wide spread silence the uniform darkness of the landscape the want of diversion without threw on his own resources. He thought himself More vivacious than usual and he never was More fruitful in Brave projects than at such times. Forgetting his disasters he puzzled himself with to How was to be won. From the time he awoke he Hod been brooding Over them. The projects were nearly matured when Pyk appeared and bound hts horse under the window. Never bar the Noil Jabor been More Welcome and i added it is the same with name of heaven cried or. Quint and was beside himself what have you done you Moke me miserable. What will. Bessie think of me 1" returned the Uncle. That Gutshe Lii if she will think Yoti Are Whit you ought to be and that is of some in Polanca to her. And to you in vial own it Ahjit you a oing people Are dear to me. It has been a Little Jan of mine to bring you Togel her and been pleased with each Atli i Al would soon have brought the matter to right i Bessie has a Nice Little Fortune and it is a child. Heaven has willed since it Ledi Yalu to. That you should meet sooner than i thought. Now All is Clear. There is my hand upon or. Quint was drunk with Joy. He caught the hand of the valiant Pyk threw himself on his neck kissed him with passion and Ferver and pumped his eyes Damp with now there there 8" cried or. Pyk what is the matter Are you have you mistaken the Uncle for Quint Drew weight was Oft his heart. I i have had a full and Long conference with my continued the Uncle. She is Well contented with the match. I like to he Brief and lathe Point. Day after to Morrow is son Day. Bessie and her aunt Are then coming to my House. Or. Parson the lawyer and Homo witnesses shall Dine with me. The betrothal shall be made and Ihsen once Fox All published Surprise her. At half past eleven the Parson lawyer and cousins and aunts came in troops in Holiday dresses with plenty of Small talk. Tie bridegroom alone Vyas wanting. To be continued 1. Fill elite. Never forsake a Friend. Enemies gather round sickness fulls on the when the work is dark and is the time to try True Friendship. The heart that has been touched with tha True Gold will redouble its efforts when the Friend is sad and in trouble. Adversity real Friendship.? they who turn from the scene of distress betray their by and prove that interest Only moves them. If you have a Friend who loves Haft studied your interest and sure to sustain him in adversity. Let him feel that hit former kindness is his love was nut thrown away. Real Fidelity May be rare but exists in the heart. Who has not seen and Felt its Power they Only deny Worth and Power who have never loved a Friend of Laboured to make a Friend Happy. The Good and the affectionate and the virtuous and feel the heavenly principle. They would sacrifice wealth and Honor to promote the happiness of others and in return they receive the Reward of their love by sympathising heart and countless favors when they have keen brought Low by disease or adversity. Use of knowledge. Knowledge says lord Bacon not a Couch hereon to rest a searching and restless spirit. R a Terrace for a wandering and variable mind o walk up and Down with a fair Prospect or a Ower of state for a proud mind to raise itself or a sort of commanding ground for strife and Contention or a shop for profit Bat a Rich storehouse for the glory of creator a tithe Relief of Mankind. If i newspaper newspaper
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