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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 29, 1840, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI any act Lection of officers and for t. M be it enacted by the of of Pennsylvania Bly met and is Here authority of the same Hugh i Burns part of composing ral election District titled by the act to pal moment to separate. Of the peace it of the judge and in to hold the general tons of each year ate Box into which tickets voted for jus for said Borough and i for justices of the a lifted voters of the Rve the word town on the out ets voted for justices he qualified voters of have the word to r printed on the Oul 1 judge and lies so voted for Justi said Borough and in like manner As if he election of justices own ships. Whenever it shall for the citizens of of the counties health which has by fun id in any Way in for in or districts to the peace judges and of elections assessors of or other 5, in pursuance of the qualified meet at holding a their anti Eho iks respectively Anil there pit Breed to elect Tho now pro w and the returns of Lull be made out in the is is now provided for and Clit Ion so held in any he divided As be held and conducted and clerks liquid where the place township election nor i and Law to tie Contra id Injo provided that Ca icy happen by death ii Oval or otherwise then sit Clor residing in the District nearest to the it the election Iid conduct Tho same. It Liall the duty of the Tor Lioi Jinja and conducting ret orto Uci p is Many Srp i i cil voter Sfax judg of the it Sousa they Are Olec aids 1 1 t it Triin districts in i Chivily in Winch they if i 1 tin citizens Orcsi l it f i districts or parts i i Imi inferiors of Ilia in Pini ii Lar districts Hurt it in be Mads out and i r 1 1 y it h i m u1 p r j v i i o n of i Cal Call a which f it Ion in mar in Job fancy let o stands Sticks a lot of j Iii Iii paper. F tire in voc will be sold in Ono lot pc made Conn. Jolmes kimbj1ll.i Prisia. 1810. Lank summons for is office. Published every ciocia Eagle. R. At 00 a year payable Ysuf y in Advance or 5o it not Yam to thin the year. Tuesday by Ujj p. Macula at of a year payable half year y in Aav wednesday 2fo Eagle is published every in Tho Borough of Wellsborough Tioco of. A. The subscription Price is a year if paid in Advance or if not paid All the expiration of the year. No subsection received for a Shorter period than six months nor will any paper be Discon 1 until All arrearage Are paid but at the i making nol More thanas qum will be inserted three Tim i one Dollar and fort Teru huh a sent Init lion Twenty Jive cents. Incr advertisements charged in the same pro Thoice exceeding six lines Wil he a Monre those making or three a Tonty Jire cents nerf 1h Al for every time after. The Price for one a Liberal reduction to those who advertise byte Tycar e original. Written Farr the strange scenes by miss f. Jack30.x. A arc around me yet they seem to Low upon Iho heart. Tune is Here As in the Days gone by a phys. Play about my lighted spirits and the of th8 dark Stream of Lime have cause he a Hue from nature s Rainbow tints and at the spell of magic Potency have lulled themselves Buck to its Calm t hear the sound of the freed Waters As they manner Forth a a Ewell to the Day and Frijs Rannou is Are Burins to the first warm breath of Spring while life is with the violets. At my feet the Swart in Eratico look humbly Forth Rura out its bed of mow cups and Iho Pale Bat St atelier Pirelli bows to in ret e Ich whisper of Tho South Kach frail Leaf thai flits to the a turd win Plant ivc tone that comes with Fie night wild note of the Foreit Bong Stei hath la Taie to offland Dies but yet remembrance will live live with the sure Anil with the am Green grass by. I catch the tones of old familiar Vicci and i feel tie of Feri re j h in the Fen is i be loved flit by me with the of night but Inomia Brejski Trio All is strange a things arc Iran so and yet to n lights the past and decks with gems deep set in burnished Gold High Moun Ain Tower and tree Aurora steals horizon s and sends a flood of hallowed Light upon Tho Fields and Groves k on on the flowered High noon rides across the sky in majesty Ami pomp. And the Nuhic non of his wheels thick Flash Nofu g try. Eve conies on with All its Blair iry of burning worlds upon worlds Ursum Bercy and unknown throned on in wide spread Galaxy and night s Pale Green Paviliones on the lures on the Star which thousands nightly gaze on e Enas when i fought Sweet Flowers throughout the lingering Day in Happy childhood. The Garden girl of Eden Bank. Will you ride to Eden said my Uncle the morning after his return from Kentucky. I Laid Down Navy Book and saddled my nag for it was one of Tho in Bright May mornings we i a Man seems to be As properly on horseback As a Bird upon the Wing. Pray where Isth Eilen Inid i Ai i reached the line. The answered my Uncle that belonged to old Squire Stone whose will i be been trying to Hunt in Kentucky. It s now in the Hinds of d Miel the eldest son a Man Miniver silly despised As a run Eithle old scoundrel that pencilled his brother John to death Ami would have old his skin when dead if it had been Worth Tan Ning. It is said Elvit the old willed the Vitale 10 joint and Daniel his the will hut it s All gues Tork. I m going now to make inter est with the old Houi 1 fora that John has poor creature has no Friend in t la world save o j1 May raise up among the words of my Uncle the p ire elastic air. And the life giving tread of my conspired to by Benevolence and my destructiveness till i came very near getting into a passion. All sorts of chivalrous plans ran riot in my brain and i fought Bat the for Many an orphan and Cut most Ven Mously with Niy Riding stick at every Pawpaw Bush we passed Incle Erl i was rising in my stirrups to utterly annihilate the possessor of e Len Bank when the place i to selfsame insight. It was one of those gently rounded Deli cities which Are Only seen in the Neil it pipe do Van to Anil in f in closed a Little prune sput of perfect Green upon the blk grew tall and Trees which the Swarre spread innocent of underbrush and through Tho White walled cot Tage was peeping while upon the there was not a Shrub. There were walks about the Hoduip and Flower plots there were Young and fresh too no my the old Oil Vid the com inc info of h if 1 with cling Rig vines. As we followed the winding pith the Trees i of served to my t. Slight Sun Burnt girl in a Little Chip Bonnet Weed ing one. Of the Flower in sue looked up As Wehili bowed i thought and Bent to her labor. Cursing the old miser that would Send a woman to Field work under such a Sun i role on determined to hive another Peep at those Bright evs though they did belong to a servant girl. We found Daniel the unjust 1 at Home he win a big with a passionate vacant face neither Strong nor Aniable but working As though the fires of his heart had dried his brain up. Lie gave a surly Walro be and blistered with tears. A Beautiful Sto said i. And do you think said she that ii sast9ry? i believe it s and then she to Tell me How there must be such people As Susan and Little Mary and Philip she said she had them Ever so Long when she was a Little girl in Kentucky. She had slept in the Woods and dreamt of them and had lain by the Spring under the Sycamore and cried for poor St Sanand the Little As she spoke her pyes tilled with tears and she least pack against the tree and looked up in to the Clouds. Well really thought Lagan this is a most wonderful girl to be hoeing in the Flower Beds you said she to go with me and Cee the now i was in a pretty fix to be sure i liked something about the Damsel very much she was so open Frank pleasant and imaginative then forme to be seen weeping Salt tears under the Syc Aii ire with Stone s senti Glen girl was something i could not stand fortunately my Uncle s shout calling me to j came to my Relief and with another Long shake of the hand and a Promise to come again i got out of the scrape As Well As i Cotile. And what have you done for the said my Uncle and so i jumped Back to my dreams of killing tyrants and cutting off the uncles and somehow i found i was doing it All for the dark eyed lady of the Thorn Bodkin. Every Day for a week or More after this ride i sought for an excuse to revisit the Eden Bank but none came and my memory off the scene in the Bover As vague and As pleasant is if it had neen All a dream. But one evening my Uncle startled me Inqui ring if i would Trot Over for him tothe Bank next Day of course i said and after a night of queer visions and restless sleep sped Job fully to see a servant girl. Was going on an inside. Such a rumpus and As was Ujj ticked up in Najiy poor heart you be idea of. Are you in love with that growled self esteem. Will you lower yourself by marry ing common whispered approx is it possible you can think of a without Snee Reft the intellectual. Ii but then what a the moral. Of her by the said Benevolence modestly touching my Elbow. Think of the Salt tears the roared the sense of ridiculous and so the Dern be went on and i none the Wiser. I but though time and tide change for no Man the tide of feeling change s now and then for Stiie woman so the after a pretty hard civil War the sentiments i am Happy to say conjurer 1 de and though it was noon i saddled my Poney at once and Blefari we reached the Eden Bank you tight i hive shave 1 him without soap. I Don t k new what led one in Tjie direction of the i nosh up Ian trip mfr the Seaymore but at it i went As though the been at my heels j Pau sing upon the top of Jmie Ile Cliv Juty i looked Down and As i live there. My Resolution to Tell How i loved her for an instant failed then Rose again stronger Ever. As i came near she Sart and came Tome with both him s stretched As if she had read pose. I hive longed to see Youl she said for though i have seen Yoi Only twice. I know you very Well indeed i sit Here and dream about you my the .1 gone but taking her hand i stayed her. And than o it Pur i in speech unsettled All my re solves again to be in love wit i of below me was bad enough letting alone having her dreaming of one in fashion and yet it was or. I came Here to ask this Young lady to marry me nol knowing she was Jour Niece. Your consent you or not As you please i know you sir from head to toe and every dark and dirty Hole and Corner in that heart oif yours. It you like the match Well if you will to vide for your Niece Well again but i shall ask nothing you but to stand out of the path and let us this speech was not precisely what i would have made it if i had time but it pleased me pretty Well and what was More made the old Man do As i wished aside even she was i took my Bride Home Check apron and All. I left her in the parlor and going to my Uncle s i Effie Stone s Down stairs and i m going it marry and when to elucidate the re Mark i Takh m tote wholesale i found the old Rouque had known her All the while but my error from something i Iai 1, had kept silence. He called Sylva. And by tier it the fugitive was provided to mor Row you shall he said my Uncle. To Morrow came very slowly but nevertheless i it came and went we were married. Every rvs married and it is needless to is. An any ii Agil. We had a my old 01 to t a it wis a j one except Ellis ,1 Deal and hoped it or ight turn out soil did. Some ten Days after our marriage my Uncle i old me with a Long fice that he feared we should have to go to Law though he hated to a bad example. It seemed he had a clue to the will of old Stone and hoped to get the Bank for me. The suit was instituted and in two years we had judgment. Did Daniel did All the harm he could to the place before t april. Are Sweet agents about As the Vio Lent hides on that Given Bank the Primrose sparkles the Earth is grateful to the Terai Reg Clouds and yields a sudden freshness to their Kis i the first blossoms Peep about ofor path. The lambs Are nibbling the Short dripping grass. And the Birds Are of the where the fear tyrant Winter so lately held his reign we now behold rising Beauty and tranquil peace for Spring has again returned. The month of april is proverbial for its fickle Ness for intermingling and flit Ting gleams of for All series of weather one for a wild a Nietup of Clear skies Greeness and nakedness Fly inf Hail and abounding blossoms. But to the Lover of nature it is not the less character the mind. We Are led to anticipate with a Delight Ful enthusiasm Iho Progress of the season. It is one of the excellent Laws of Providence that our minds shall he insensibly to a sympathy will thai season which is passing and become deprived in a certain degree of the Power of recalling the images of those which Are gone by whence we reap the Dou ble advantage of not disgusted with the deadness o the wintry landscape from a com the hilarity o Spring and when Spriner itself appears h comes with freshness i f by duty we nah tharus us at once with jew a i Iii of 1 i. I 3 hindu new crowd thickly upon a a Var he our walks to at March of veg it the Jen increase of freshness and Beauty one old Friend after an starts up before us in the shape of a Flower. The which come out in March Little delicate g groups now spread in myriads along the hedge rows fill secluded lanes w Ith fragrance. April is indeed the moist and us doing Mouth nourished with alternate Rains and Sun Shine. Nature alter the less unequivocal Rig Novare the mighty i delivered my package tied my horse to an Oak and wandering into the Grove half hoping half fearing to meet my nameless Maiden of the Hoe i went to the Bower but she was not there i looked Over the Garden but a no Van of her and after search ing i very Ning to i spend with Hir whom i loved in the Teeth of pre Judice and whom i hive fou id. Though devoid of earthly learning to be full of that Wisdom which makes the glad. And should any of you visit our country i can Asun a you of a Kinh Welcome from the Garden girl of Eden Sank. Beki.3ction. I there is Onti Point which from opinions consecrated from time has Brooma too1 dear to Many modern people. We allude to their of Minal attachment to professional character. A in any other. Winter Rains and summer suns Many appear to the superficial observer to bring him nothing but cold and heat but the catering the vegetation with Light showers then warming it and then watering it again seem to show to our very eyes her own Sweet divested of its she dresses her plants visibly like a lady at her window. This is truly the Spring and youthfulness of the year. March was like an honest bluster ing servant bringing Home buds and Flowers for h s Young mistress. April is she herself issuing Forth adorned with them. The blossoms of fruit Trees presents a splendid scene. In the Early part of the month Gar Dens and Orchards being covered Wilh a showy profusion of Plum Bloom and the Buek Thorn and Plum wreathe their sprays with such Spring what autumn hath i storm gather and Wax and nature u a Langless but the world is changed. I look round to and i the lulls cuj1 in Ioir Chan Ful 1 Tiv Treyann flu lung to the Nhuc Jcj to wire the sea cd fool a bran Grin a Strani with nought but memory to Sivc Back the hues of w Ial 1 ii Olvi. I Lul. Ii t pit in or i of i i Foci the Crick cd of youth naive a Lur cd aside. Anil heed it look on cold with proud contempt but still the wish 13 vain but the More intense. Jul tiling Are changed with the Cli Anji nand m Tho re wide the liquid of no Stream again its All unruffled we pass. And be u soon Lor Ottren. Some proud Stone May Murk tie Biol or cipro we Are Laid to rest some tears of grief be shed around the place but ties will recep on and a it nudge race tread Heel newly above our Dungeon dim and know not we Are there. I 1840. Port ant discovery in Paisa of. A gentleman has succeeded in making very excellent bread from beet Tato Floter. It is said that this bread is of very excellent Quality and can he sold to the Public at so Low a Price two Soui per Pound. Strolled away tue jail Thop. 1 looked to the soul had seen her but she was gone and i began to think my at an in 1 w inti i saw in one of the b tint i spoke of a fold of the curse Cheek that Mya aping irom one to another i 1000 came sea enough to see her through the Mcives what she too to notice me and Busy with l ii be Why vivit i .1 Hung Wilile her by chair fell in in Oumi Fri Hijii from an i Meuse Thorn which re i service in a ice Ofa to Liju. Ii visa very remarkable tenant i to i ii Urb her but 1 Ihn in it i should Cut a s Lull figure if i without even a look at her lace and so Mir chm i and Douei mined to ask some question a us h the grounds i broke in upon her studies. Sheep smiled and blushed and before i could open my Mouth offered me her hand. Movell this Western said i to myself however. I could not refuse though i again thought she a most Singu Lar Domestic so pressing her hand which r i i was neither Large nor hard Aad Reph ing to her Frank kind smile by another which if not As Sweet had certainly More sat Down by her on the Bench of turf. She had been Reading miss Edgworth s Sim ple Susan and As i took the Little vol ume from bar t saw that the Page was would help the sick and with a smile tint mide even her Preemption pleasant bade me go i mile Over the Hill for the doctor and Tell him 19 come at once. Of course i did returning Wilh thre Man of found her tending the misting the Mother and cooking some compound Over the lip. Her Well thought i the it old Stone 1 is lot so had after All to Send his girl and such a girl to his sick tenants but think he might be More Liberal of i be than to e Cash i determined to off a my purse to my Friend Ellie. For so the Doi Tor called her her from the room placed it in her hand. Again i thank Youm said she warmly in a Lull he spent in Godf ser vice Ami he will return it for fold. L Mut not leave Bye. Come again soon i often in Iii of and pressing my hand she returned to the sick woman s be i she of in thinks of repeated i to my self a girl that goes out to service by the Mouth often thinks of and i can assure you i did my lip some dam age in quieting certain bumps of self esteem fac. However a week convinced me that biting my lips would do no Good. I could not sleep nor could i eat i could neither think read work nor shave my skin became feverish and my nails very Long. These were bad symptoms but they were nothing to what i flt j in her Clear Csc and scarce lifted i thought it Miichi in she fear fit would not consent Ahful you a father. I and where does your i have no Bui you h ave Broth Urf ters " not j no none but my and who in whose head had sunk Between her hands when i asked about Irp Fath Cut now looked up and stalling of her feet As she looked pointed to Sone object behind me i turned it Waif Idaniel Stone is my id. If there had Wren Lime Ahji a Ca per i should have Cut was Nof a ser vant girl after ii. But of fat different she was he Opp sri fed i injured orphan in Wii Ose causal a 1 had already slain such a number of blossoms. Now it was Clear i longed to see me clothed by Cle in the coarse Gurband sent his Garden without Parent or or had been kind to to me had been Given those Sll living Bonds that should have and blinds the Many. Beginning Ofa 1 states Are owing to the Stern arms and sterner of energies of tie Arti Zan. He braves the hostile elements Levels the wild tangled Forest and tames the rude Earth into faithful submission. He softens the rough features of uncultivated nature with the charms of refinement his Deeda our it to Sung in songs and a lads in preference to the brutal o the blood stained War rior who often acknowledges no other con science than Victory no other than Mere utter part of the month the Sweet and Blush blossoms of apples and Ted Llie Noi Ivi. The evening of Murdi Gros tip Vii balls and Sorireo As Wii As private were Given in and that it required on this oct Naioti musicians to set Par Island the a Amilue a of the Grove Are now busily i a collecting together materials for their lit a Ujj in g Loo for their Young i i a in ,1 id Field the rustic sower w ii. The seed Iii the ground a Cavan the glorious task of com Tea work. Laborious Man has done his part. Be fostering breezes blow be softening Dews be tender Shiv cars descend and temper ill thou work deriving newspaper

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