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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 14, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTwo and fifty cents Guaito of fifty cants deducted if a and for Cash actually in fid and the ear on Jollar will be deducted us d sconlinue2 until All Are the option of the editor u no Cic coding twelve in. A three times for one a Oiler a red for every Jeub insertion Twenty five Eventt. Notices not in Lima. Fors evenly few cents. For Cue or three a editions the Santy. Discount a map to yearly advertisers. Ing a. Plea in i one of the Quarter sessions courts in Essee one Joe Phillips was indicted for last and Battery tier solicitor called to the bar and addressed him Are indicted far a Misdemeanour am charged in these words oaths present that Joe the county on the loth Day Tofau Jug with Force and arms and upon the of of one John a Aldious and assault did make with gnus Pis a. Dirks and clubs malice Afore or says Joe there was set Bingo it hut you Are making it a worse than it Bow was it asked the Solic John and i met one Day on the 51. Vol. Leap tear of woman s privilege. And to repeat she is but Usi for the i married question leap Maiden yes to redly a we. E Burton. Aunt Milly is courting the our inelegant phrase miss Bella no the immunities of the season event year is leap year Adies Are privileged to pop the o tardy swains and undeclared and says i to John this is a bad Day Sisters to privilege the year getting having a Tuble we looking c Mam a to pay e snaking then says he to me. Very bad neither for i killed one in he upon a Rod then says i told me that s a lie for there s nary a Snake in to country Hall so then after a Good Many such compliments Ossa Between us says John to me says he i does t milk my neighbors cows Asem folks red head t hit him a lick of my fist on i i a of us in and and then we had a i Cuffle a fait fight just so. j Albu no 1 in nor pistol nor c Lub nor i ii Ord. Nor Lirk Yoa need t be in a nonsense Over to the court triers is no Sulci thing and John says its we line a fight again Art aim to it Capit origin of cards. Semple tors. City Wai sing am though exam Tilly s the old single s tired the and con i very Nej vary enquiry nor says an antiquarian game of cards which resembles in Jav of our times were in use among the Retli and romans father men Strier in Curie use confining him Aru the France says that it is ouly about four lined years since games of cards were first hear Sac this he demonstrates by a negative listed b from an ordinance of Charles Lum. I. In against the use of All such games about h i 1 no assist the military science and in Ness a n the forbidden games Are Numera was is no mention of cards. The Fol j i at however is that to which he teen an in of slim of in in. As Well As the occasion j visit for inv Celej. It was in 1392, when a i becoming disordered in his mind her and a Khoii court employed m contriving Strab Isri us fit i posit blk method of diverting his Mel j mis the Lour suits Are supposed to rep a branches of the t state the -.jrrh. Army the City and the country be v or , and which should be j have i Man for tie Church the spaniards rep copes or chalices instead of hearts. In French signify pikes. In s vols Are called Spatula denoting military order. Diamonds carnal in or or Spanish cards mfr Wircs or coins Foj Prossi be of the monies or mercantile a of in 4 City. Clubs Trefoil in French in ii Tim i a club or rustic to of the country. Tho King and Oil no expiation the Knave May be As a sly stroke at the minister. The in Ecres to be one distinguished character each rank and elevated to an situation. A to Der Church is the u. Increase in " if Nam bar of communicants in the u. S., 1 present time it is said in More than All of the baptists and episcopalians 8ie-.e the last month issues from the depository in new York Kryjer than any during any previous g Aih since the formation of the society copies were sent off in fifteen differ at a Linner party in Dublin where a Furi " geological controversy occurred a " is his temper boisterously said to a Stran sat next to him on what you an atheist or of was the immediate reply i a Fop was boasting in company that he had sense in perfection. Said one was by there is one you Are entirely and that is common Osio merchant advertises that he has assortment of goods for the ladies a handsome unmarried of the ladies will Call and examine be purchasing happily v a about b Given u no Brot vices no and Gra now a a parties Uirt Atio meeting so you Man w Semple no live be be die his wit before bad quota widower Una opals fitted in Outing d he s she the ten of or me Ogita in a Ler co or s n my a o a Bel a state of mental absence a vicious Man demanded the land of a Young la and Only perceived his error when he got York editor gave a beggar a six recently. The latter took of Bis hat thanked him politely but Sang out a he Here old Boss could t you 5keth " Ere a none that know More than myself 051 them bit know less. Cpl Ous mate then Chang merits Majo their the to Carl at the to her faced ried a week Wido a pen Maso the devoted to news politics science Jio Bality and amusement. Wellsboro wednesday at oust 14, 1844. 3lk Jig Ting Hymen s altar with a double Torch Erb she Bella had extinguished the Vestal fire. Year said the pretty bile a conscious Blush attested the nature of her Parent s remarks. Said mrs. Grainger Good by and let me advise you and your exercise a portion of your sex s is Focient to insure husbands before a Spires. Your papa find business every Day and i am tired., of a pad of single girls filling up the n there Are so Many Young bachelors t for eligible Mamma the men not mar e Haid times. Or. Billy Semple ast week at the Spragge ses party y was so scarce he could not afford in his Semple indeed a Young begin his own family proves of his assertion for his four ugly Sisters Are All settled in life and advantageous positions too con he Mamma that was before the preset consider How industriously Billy worked to get husbands for his Sis available Young Man in the to the House to hear Stalia pity or to read Celey s poetry a one believes she wrote it or to s geological specimens and ases of bugs and butterflies. And gentleman too brought Home every Uther or Western merchant that in store and Billy always had play Ert ticket for the whole Yonng men who were seriously in Ere asked every sunday evening to music by the Young ladies As the the see Blind men from the any and then How talked r Darlings the. Vocabulary of Good daily exhausted in their Praise it Ible to keep single in that family. Iris married before they were High when a squinting Cousin came on a i Salem the old folks to keep their patched up a marriage Between he doctor who operated on her compact and each forthwith essayed her share of the project on her own Bella you give your Tongue too License. The Semples Are and have sacrificed their children at e of interest. I should be Happy to daughters settled in life e them die old maids than match in a it is not fair to joke us girls ing single when we have no Chance to a decent Beau. We have or Billy of work for us. Papa in one to the House but forbidden clerks Heads. There Are no balls Given the theatre is unfashionable and re so few and far Between that a is Frozen to death before the next upon us. Sister Maria married a respectable thou having recourse to any of the 5, Mamma was poor dear consume re a husband Worth having did t Eyen weeks after the ceremony and w came Back to her father s House if her acquaintances knew that she Ted care my pretty miss that the s not married a second time before Tractive Sisters receive the first pro said , jokingly As she the room. Murmured Bella and the Beauty ran to the Mirror and Arran Glossy ringlets with her taper fingers aged on the reflection of her charms contemplation seemed Active Mamma could not mean that and the pleased Maiden sat Down to on the conversation with her Parent few minutes Bella had resolved upon running up stairs to her Sis summoned her with the widow inter aunt who resided in the family of deliberation. The offensive portion of mrs. Remarks and enlarged with Virhie ignation on the unjust nature of the sneer at their single blessedness thing was done to help them to a of condition. She repeated the argue which she had advanced to her Mam Ned regrets with the spinster aunt at untrained absence from Saratoga for o last seasons agreed with her sister the that there was positively nobody a Shore last pathetically papa s tyranny in snubbing off a whey ight haired medical student who car thick stick past the House for six starting with Laek Lustre eyes at the chewing Sweet Cavendish with Terance Peculiar to the contiguity of and Dixon s line and finally comply leap year and its privileges were then mentioned by the Young lady who ironically declared her intention to Avail herself other sex s rights. She was Nat to be reproached for being would take her Mamma at her word and pop the ques Tion to Beau who had the Hardihood to venture in her propinquity. Miss Charlotte made common cause with joined her in her Milly As miss Matilda Mildred was generally termed who owned to eight and and had done so for the last four years applauded the girls resolve and praising the usages of the Bis Sextile proclaimed her readiness to Aid and assist All proper plans and the ardent appeals of a certain male Friend would Render unnecessary her availability of the principle so necessary to the welfare of the sex. The widow promised her assist Ance silly hinting that it was Worth while seeing if she could not keep her Vantage in this Atalanta race. In Short the four la Dies entered into a Bond of Alliance with one common purpose and to All the parties before the expiration of the pre sent year. J the Teader must not expect a detail of the various and minute stratagems Practised by the belligerents in this holy War against Gle blessedness. I would be placing fresh weapons in the those who Are Al ready too powerful and too Well acquainted with the acts of subjugation. The ladies succeeded in their object of course As ladies always do when they Are resolved to gain a Point and can Back their Resolution with the United services of youth and Beauty but Dan cupid did not relish being Dragoone into preserved the Immanu nature of his divinity and despite of feminine plots and plans he proved the Potency of his Sway Ere he suffered his Saffron Robed Friend Hymen to control the destinies of his disciples. The details of a confidential dish of Chat at an accidental Tea drinking at mrs. Spraggs about three months after he formation of the conspiracy will save the Reader some considerable length of explanation. You must come and see said mrs. Grainger to the lady of the House. Come without ceremony or particular it is but a step you know and Spraggs can look in for you in the evening and take sup per with us and a Glass with the gentle you have company now nearly every eve Ning in the week i believe every evening. Since or. Granger found it necessary to increase the firm in Conse Quence of the extensive nature of his Wes Tern contracts or. Singleton the new part Ner a s been almost entirely at our he is a Bachelor and dislikes living at the hotels. His brother from Kentucky is now in this City and spends most of his time with Wiir family. Or. Grainger Uncle or. Is also with we shall have the Young ladies getting married soon i presume. I have frequently observed them attended Home by two handsome Young men with elegant Mousta new yorkers but wholly or. Grainger gave them their dismissal last week. Uncle Cremone overheard them toss ing up Lor first Choice of the girls and the Winner of the largest Fortune was to pay the expenses of the wedding the sighed mrs. Spraggs. And count rooster Catcher from saw miss Charlotte at Baltimore and followed her Roost Kracher from Moldavia. Of my dear Madam foreign counts Are so Dir fully below Par now a Days that or. Grainger considered it degrading to have him seen about the premises. Uncle Cremone thinks he recollects Roost a Achor As a Barber at Only to the astounded Spraggs. But miss Bella partial to that Young midshipman who a but idiom in the present Carie where each Angler believed in the Potency of her bait and congratulated her self on catching a tolerable danglers or Cremone or Uncle As he was termed by the whole family was related to the Grainger by some marriage connection of so Remote a nature that neither party had to Trace the he was therefore perfectly eligible in a consanguineous degree As a for the hand of any one of the ladies and defied the denunciations which the sectarians had recently promulgated against family unions to the extremes Vergie of fancied relationship. He was a starch unbending Bachelor of fifty with a supreme contempt for the opinions of every other human being and a veneration for the habits and manners of the Days of his childhood. He cherished a of doubtful length half hidden by the High vol Lar of his old fashioned coat. He Pertina piously persisted Irr wearing Sutlin Baculi that buttoned at the knee and allowed an exhibition of his Stalwart calf in a clean White stocking. He truly believed that the worse effect of the French revolution was the sans Culotte invention of throws eds. His Point of admiration in the Fine arts iwas Trumbull s enormous leg piece he gloated Over this Edicular portraiture with an enthusiasm that knew no ebb but kept due he valued not As he ought the patriotic devote dress of the act performed by the assembled Wisdom of the pointed to the calves depicted by the Painter As a proof of the Manli Ness of the race and sighed to think that he had been born too late to thrust his sinewy extremities among the seventy two legs be longing to that August body. Uncle Cremone had quilted his Rural Soli tude with a determination to end his Bache Lor miseries in the arms of the first eligible Maiden he encountered among his civic acquaintances. The sparkling eyes of Bella Grainger seriously affected the old Man s Midriff and he trotted after for several Days with a Devotion worthy a pet Spaniel. The Damsel was e xer Eising her leap year prerogative and the fascinations vainly applied to an impenetrable Beau the Blind Bow boy s butt Shaft deep into the affections of Uncle Cremone. Satisfied that she was pure in spirit As sure was Lovely in person he resolved to pop the question but fallowing the usages of the old school be determine to obtain the father s consent before he con suited the affections of the maid. He sought his Friend Grainger in his. Store on the wharf believing that a private conversation could be More readily obtained in the counting House of the merchant than in the much frequented Parlours of the private he arrived in the midst of the execution o a Large order at a Short notice. His Prielu dising remarks father were Inte Nup de by the details of business the charms o Ella were mixed with neats to Giles pigs aces and mess beef encomium on the weets of married life were drowned in Suar House molasses bags of indigo Houdei is prospects of happiness and just Ashi was about boldly to declare that he Wel new the consequences of the step he re olved to take he was silenced by a Junio Lerk telling off invoice of horns a powder Brimstone and pickles. Or. Said Stapleton the new Man leaning Over the desk and whispering o his Shivers wishes us to re my dear mrs. Said the1 Mamma who perceived that her neighbor had made Good use of her parlor windows you must not suppose that every flirtation is bound to end in marriage or that girls pos Sessing the advantages which Grace the mis ses Grainger Are compelled to accept every Young fellow who offers them his attentions. Or. Frederick Murray is of Good wears the u. Button but he is nobody positively nobody at All. He has never Fig ured in a Duel and Uncle Cremone tells us that a midshipman now a Days is considered a Mere nonentity till he has faced his Man a eight paces and shot a Friend or goodness Why you said the site pie Spraggs. I thought the Navy people were to fight the enemy not one Well i never it will be perceived that although the fair conspirators had from fortuitous circumstances been surrounded with beaux no one of them had accepted an offer a Clea proof that they Dii not consider their spin Ster doom a certainty. By the terms their compact were to Aid and Assis other in their designs but the Natura selfishness of love and the Cross purpose the Young widow on her escape from inseparable from the individuality of Tebei of celibacy and her likelihood of schemes rendered nugatory that part of thei and before id gentleman recovered Frothi this unexpected Roadside she. Threw a. Paishan shot plump nto mag Azbije by declaring that a person f his age select a woman of Bitu Ity for a wife not a chit in her Unble to appreciate the value of Trie sacrifice a made. The shot told fearfully but the Good ship Cre Morne did not immediately Al Hugh the volume of smoke that escaped Oreto ild that a blow up was inevitable. Aunt Milly was a or an. Awful pause for in new his note for twelve Hundred in our a or due 27th Proximo for Twenty per cent. Own and other note at three months for be balance with intertst.11 we must not do it sir without another ame on the new note. Or. Shivers is found to has just married an extra Gant flirt almost Young enough to be his Rand child. The note must be met. He Annot ask us to pay for her frolics or his Uncle Cremone put on his hat and walk d Home. What is the matter with Uncle this mor said or. Grainger to himself. I do believe that the old gentleman has been Taing a Glass or two of wine. He seems mightily pleased with he Means to leave her his or. Grainger was not singular in this o Union. The ladies favored the idea with he exception of Matilda who with the sagacity of experience guessed pretty accurately the old gentleman s feelings. This ancient lady disappointed in her designs up on the More eligible of the Grainger acquaintances resolutely set her Cap at Uncle Cremone and for a time fondly hoped to achieve her share of the joint Resolution re lating to leap year. She ransacked the Stock of every tobacconist in the she discovered a Supply of that variety of the Weed which Uncle loved to smoke. She presented him with a dozen pair of super extra Fine White stockings with double heels Ane toes for his Peculiar Wear. She requested him to teach her the mysteries double Dummy which every one else had laughed to scorn. At last she considered her position sufficiently unable. One evening therefore when the family were at the theatre Shi mixed the Bachelor a Glass of hot placed his Long dutch pipe on the table in the Back parlor. In the Hope of drawing Forth an explanation she bantered him raid to continue her fire he placed his pipe attentions on the in a deep Jone of i understand you miss Mildred and it is Ime that you should understand me. I am i Plain Man and must speak As i feel. J ree what you a re driving at but you Are too old to become my shrieked the horrified spinster Al his extraordinary specimen of Plain speak no. Old become your wife what is he Man thinking of old Why Jojou Are ancient enough to be my father marry of old Well i m you were a grown girl when Grainger married your that is 23 years an child in a frock and a Pink said the lady. A full grown girl in a Short waisted Spencer and an an Goleme Straw Bonnet As As a modern said Cremone. Too Young to be admitted to the wed Ding insisted the lady. You acted As bridesmaid. I was there and remember that you complimented me on my appearance in a new pair of fashionable Cream coloured leather or. Cremone Are you mad do Yon wish to insult if age is an unpleasant subject Why did you broach it i repeat it Madam that Youv Are too old or i should be proud to meet your views. A Man is in his prime at fifty a woman at five and Twenty or at the most thirty consequently i have barely climbed to the top of the Hill while you have passed Over it and Are very considerably Down the wrong of you facts Madam should never be disguised. I have seen Many a Young couple of equal Ages Boyland girl made for each As the Wise acres say pair off in the Spring of life. In twelve years or you and i Madam both know How soon a dozen of years Roll Over our Heads in twelve years or so the boy has become a Man but the girl is an old what is the inevitable re sult the husband becomes ses his lot and neglects her he has sworn to cherish until packed by knowing All this Madam i have refrained from marriage until i attained a sufficient age to warrant me in uniting myself to a partner who will grow old me and not before me. If take up with you my Long bachelors hip has been foolishly spent for i might As Well have had you when you wore the Short Spencer and the big i must confess that you were a. Very pretty looking girl but Twenty three years work fearful changes you know j the gentleman s compliment was Asun satisfactory As his argument. The offended spinster retired to her room and Uncle Cre Morne finished his pipe in silence. Or. Frederick Murray the Young mid Zipman mentioned by the chatty mrs. Braggs persevered in his attentions to the vely Bella notwithstanding the hints of the Apa and the rude bluntness of the oked at him through spectacles of Green and Ellow hues. While his extreme youth Ren ered him the fittest mate for Bella this Ca vicious Beauty slighted him and every other married lady in the House courted his so piety. Aunt Milly As it in obstinate oppo Ilion to Uncle Cremone s doctrine preterm de to believe that he was not too Young to make her an excellent husband. The widow ent the whole Force her artillery against he juvenile middy and the Sedat Charlotte id not hesitate to declare that she had no higher ambition than to be a Captain s lady. But he remained True to his was he Centre of his watched her glance Hung with rapt attention on her speech and exhibited such unequivocal signs of deep Devotion that mrs. Braggs was not the Only person who sup used that the marriage erf Bella am or was a settled thing. William Singleton or. Grain partner was in every respect a no younger the of leap was atrfea4 Tetter Lus j. Remaine Clin this position until the autumnal tints of the St fact mingled with the mud of a wintry weeks Rena Mfd before j Mas Bells would the Knell of Edye Arrand the conspirators had tit effects d j a single match Bella flirted feh a the beaux yet seemed to give her energies to no decided Point Ibe. Whilow bad her ,owo.7es special views and Charlotte stuck to her appropriation u with a Resolution that plainly she Merfel to unite the of Granger Singleton by at nearer and a dearer if a vial was sue took William Singleton s Arm As , an understood matter Shenbe knocked at the door she Al ways anticipated the and opened the Portal with a gracious smile Sha sat next him Al dinner sup orly if Bis request innocently coupled their names in then blushed at her she proved lie self an adept Fer vently relied on the her and a ladles Man. Well made w Sant intelligent countenance Thoro the sail Jer s new j gentleman the a plea ugly educated possessing a readiness and East Only to be obtained by worldly abrasion and Well versed in the accomplishments and j Habitude of polite life he commanded the Good opinion of the sex and materially added to the popu Larity of the Grainger parties Tolje Bissex tile conclave in accordance with n wish expressed by papa had appropriated him to Charlotte and the lady was not slow in hint ing his attachment to the friends of the family or in awarding encouragement t her share of his general civilities. Aunt Milly also smiled benign Antly on chant and persisted singing blamed him musical evening because he once praised the song sence. Robert Singleton his Bro philosopher ran i ble character. He was tolerably the hands Fame me a she never n her pre her was a Good look the Brothers were in. the parlor window just after breakfast ing when using a a pads Low tone of voice William took the Book from Robert s hand for Robert was never without a volume and glanced Over its contents miss Chais loue glided to his Side Anil leaning playfully on his Arm inquired if was the last new novel. Robert from the window and Wilrama Singleton taking Charlotte s band sail in an agitated i wish to have Hall an hour s conversation with you to Day on a very important subject. Oblige a by not joining Jour Sisters a to licit promenade. Jia y i look car you in the draw ii Roum about twelve o clock we shall idiot be interrupted Charlotte nodded was too excited to speak. At the appointed hour the gentleman entered the room and Lound the lady reposing on a Fauteuil in the most approved style of Dis Habille. She was Pale and nervous. We. After a few prefatory and very encouraging commenced a series of murmurs in somewhat the following about to should 1. Regret and endless a sob from Charlotte. Charming so Ted in a squeeze of the hand from the Man and an almost imperceptible response from the lady. A Fortune beyond the control of fiery other made Strong symptoms of hysterics on the Side of the lady. Here the gentleman raised his voice. Yes Dearest Charlotte there is one Man who loves you with a singleness of heart which must insure a life of Joy. You have not been Blind to his deep have appreciated the intensity of his love _ and will not suffer the weak vanity of your sex to trifle with the happiness of your say Dearest girl May he the lady with a convulsive throb herself into his arms and hid her blushing Cheek amid the Curling Luxuriance of his Sinis Ter whisker. Dear dear Charlotte How Happy this will make your almost despairing come in Robert come in and receive your Charlotte from my and Robert Singleton the Pale bashful Boole worm rushed into the apartments and caught the wondering Maiden in his William silently quilted the room. Before Charlotte could recover from her unfeigned Surprise the real Lover proved now unnecessary was All intercession in his behalf. Of lava like eloquence burst from . Painted his adoration his sickening despair his never dying hops in a word he awoke a Lively interest in the bosom of the duly considered the advantages of the match and the positive certainty of fail ure in the other Quarter. Robert followed up Assiduity is love seemed to have Given him new life the father was consulted the lady proved willing and in one Short month brotherly inter cession the marriage Day was duly fixed j the morning after the announcement of to 20 above fact Bella was sitting in the Parl her piano with the devoted midst rpm her Side. He was evidently Bent on sri d. Bold act for he bit his lips contracted1 i brows and paced the room with most alarm ing strides. Aunt Milly was Busy at Ahad joining table copying some Choice culinary precepts from an invaluable family Manu script belonging to our Friend Spraggs. Frederick had Given several Broad bits respecting her absence but aunty suspected his having experienced a slight ing of her charms now resolved upon retaliation. Miss Bella commenced Bayly s popular Ballad Why Don t men the midshipman at the end of the first verse hed i am every Day expecting an appointment o one of. Our frigates about to Start on a three years cruise. Could i bring my wishes to ear i would leave the service and devote my Days to your to my disposal or Murray said Bella. F Youj cannot be ignorant of my love which like the miss Grain Ger How can i imagine its great intensity its boundless _ t put a pint of Lott a to a tin re repeated aunt Milly As she wrote the extract in her recipe Book. How. Can i describe the flames which have so Long consumed my wrap it a Sheet of paper to prevent its being continued the aggravating spinster up apes

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