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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 23, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted and Pulu shed eve vol. 1. Tho Anglo american. A Jurse Lay the weary to his rest dig his chamber deep Pilo Tho turf upon his breast soundly let him sleep a i. Sunless roman Flowers shall Al shall Ravo o or he quiet grave we by the weary to his Tia Green turf on his Hoail 13 presi j. Soundly to shall sleep. Tie Folk s h Irh note to shall not hear summer Mou Rune near rot howling wet freaking wave so mul is his grave. Gentle heart to Ilii thy can her deep thou thai Nijst so soon depart. Soundly Hull them sleep. Soft shall sound thy shall Rustle the i Etc o or thy ii Uirt Irav. Now thy in Row Tomc we close Sounjik shall whoa sleep. We fruit of Julie thic we Mast Walch and weep. Sanmir Flowers but Bloom to die Winter blasts to sweeping by thou hear them rave so quiet is thy i grave. Mary May. I Pine me for your gentle smile my Lovely Mary May an-1 the hoi Irani flow fast Tho while for you dear Mary May. A per Ltd Mai in fair and iroc and in your Rohnol be Sac willingly i put by your -. I Lovnel of then Sivri l May 1 tits and Oft in water had the in your oven Lieuw. And now. Then the tide of lit will Mantle on my Check. Fur raid my ills my woos and Stolfo those Oil Wal yet whisper Mary May. Vou May hum to and May we Fri Somi Umo beneath thut gun mud iroc. I j. Joh n or How a now i teen my it i Yvo As she Dos always just before she goes n where there is company Ither its not the least mat ook if i were Only a Beau be Angelina Burton i would t air As smooth As any thing in t rub my Cheeks though no a to would of the m Jessive j Rull and said to i think m your Sim for All a is by vat i but for comp now this Harr go and shoes a this min Harrie Mother s cd to to do he while Evv Quay wednesday by j. P. At of a year payable half yearly in Advance of 59 i not paid within t he year. Wellsborough wednesday August 23, i 8 4 3 whole i ther gazed at the child s eix Ceas she spoke with its in l Lovely features the strange right eyes the changing Cheek the Ivett but spirited Mouth and whatever you May Darling i would not Cha nge in child like unconsciousness Beauty spoiled As it to and Lohec do give me a subject Silion for i want to write it minute said mrs. Carllon quietly Jrush your hair change your mend that rent in your dress half pouted but she met her tranquil Eye the pout Chan Ood Humoured smile and kiss ing her affectionately she bounded off bidding the a gone you would like Rou not dear Reader ask is ions about her. I can guess what they Are and will answer them at of my knowledge. To the be mrs. Carlton a a widow Wilh a moderate Fortune and a handsome House in trem it Street Boston. She had been a Star in fashionable life but since Tho loss f her husband whom she ten Derly she has retired from the i Bryine Providence. As x Mother o or her children Bond in love. Clamps one to her brei one on her i Ert one on her in o she tends. To another s a nov her lip Irr into mul Lii in sport Ami still to Van i i Meihui i i whispers to one i glance sin sen and or Rhives in All her Bic Confer Iso Over us the Sovereign Power of i this that i heats All. And Loui on nil mercy Shower. An. If some or favor he denies. Pis but to Tho soul her Raycra to pour or by graciously replies. Mis Ellawe 0 us. From Graham s Sarrazine b7 mrs. Francis s. It Good. This above nil thine own self be i and it must follow As the Day Tho Dawn thou can St not then be Lala 10 any one. J chapter Mothball s influence. Mother Mother exclaimed Sweet eager voice and the speaker a child of thirteen years burst Inlo the Nom where mrs. Carlton oat at work Don t you believe there will prize Given on exhibition Day Forf the mul composition and i mean to try she was a Little Harum scrum look ing thing i suppose she had Rui All e Way Home from school Forl her i raw Bonnet Hung on her neck instead i her head and a profusion of soft j re hair was streaming in such 1 Dis ller about her glowing face that you id not Tell if she were pretty or not you could see a pair of Brilliant to or Blue or Black Eer ily changed their color Wilh every emotion but i think they were r of laughter and love ing i Hough the truant eloquent with the Beauty of a fresh in soul this change in the child s is no Freak of a foolish fancy for by one noticed it a and her Sci ool of Kate Sumner used to declare Jewhen Harriet was angry they were Felt Grey when she when sad Andje Rohen Ruppjr and ing they chant to the tenderest Carlum Drew the Little girl to is her and smoothed Back the re oils curls at the same Timex ring with a Long drawn dear Harriet flow you in to Day. Only be thankful if the prize is yours thais All if Kate Sumner Don t win it i do Kope i shall replied the eager child and away she tripped . At twelve o clock mrs. Carlton and Ier sister took their seats among the audience in the exhibition room. The visual exercises were completed and it Only remained for the compositions to be read by the teacher. The first was a sentimental essay up m Friendship. Or. Wentworth the Acher looked first surprised then amused then vexed As he read while i gaily and fashionable dressed lady who occupied a conspicuous place in he Assembly was observed to toss her Lead and fun Hersell wilh1 a very com latent air while she met with a nod he conscious eyes of a fair and Beauty ii but haughty looking girl of if eco seated among the pupils. 15y Angelina said the Cher As he concluded and laying it Side without further comment he took up the to a favorite by Catharine Sumner. It was Short and simple and follows thy leaves lightest murmur of Beautiful Iree each Benui of thy branches. The stately the free wild Wavy whisper is music to 1 Gaza Thronie thy labyrinth Golden a Nuj Green the lib Jet loves to linger in Lory Surene far up till Yon heaven Blu trembles Between. 1 shut out the City los sights and its sound and away far away. For the Forest a m Bonnil for the Nohle old Forest which Ages have crowned 1 lean on its Moss Banks i stoop o or its rills. 1 see through its vistas the vapor wreathed Hills and my soul with a gush of wild happiness fills i Pino for the freshness the Freedom the health which nature can give me my soul s Dearest wealth is wasted in cities _ where Only by stealth. The Raon stain born breezes can fitfully play where we steal but a Gli Rapso of that glorious Day id Busby the lean Rit is May ran As with i study from thee Al lesson of patience of Noble old tree mid Darji imprisoned thou drop Post not like me forever still up. Strong and Brave till in heavens pure Sunshine thy free branches wave of thus May t meet it no longer a slave the next was a Story and Harriet Carlton s eyes and Cheeks changed col or As she listened. It was the same yet not the same the inc Ideis were Here the sentiments More and Mitny a flowery and highly wrought sentence had been introduced which she had never heard before. She sat speechless Wilh wonder indignation and dismay and though Sev eral other inferior compositions were read she was absorbed in reverie that she heard a More until she was Start led by or. Wentworth s voice calling her by name. She looked up. In his hand was the prize a richly chased Golden Pencil Case suspended to a Chain of the same material. The sound the sight recalled her bewildered faculties and Ere s he reached the she had formed a Resolution which however it required All native strength of soul to put in practice. Miss Carlton the prize a Vtha teacher leaned Forward to thro the Chain around her neck. The child Drew Back. No she said in a Low but firm and distinct voice Mooking up bravely in his face 1 did not write that Story you have read not write exclaimed or. Went Worth. Why then does it Bear your name am i to understand miss Carlton that you have asked another s assistance in your composition and that you now repent the poor Harriet this was too much her dark eyes flashed and then filled with tears her lips trembled with Emo Tion and she paused a moment As if disdaining a reply to this unmerited charge. A slight and sneering laugh from the Beauty aroused her and she answered respectfully but firmly. The Story i did write was in that e envelope yesterday. Some one has changed it without my knowledge. It was not As that you have read so i must not taks the prize there was a murmur of applause thro the Assembly and the teacher Bent non the blushing girl a look of approval which amply re paid her for All the embarrassment she had suffered. Aunt Eloise took advantage of the momentary excitement to steal unobserved from the room. Harriet took her seat and miss Angelina Burton was next called up. The portly mat Ron leaned smilingly Forward and the Graceful Little Beauty already affecting the airs of i Fine lady sauntered up to the desk and languidly reached qut her hand for the prize. I cannot say much for your taste in selection miss Burton. I do not and mire your author s sentiments. The next Lime you wish to make an extract you must allow me to choose for you there Are better things than this even in the trashy Magazine Iron which you have copied it and with this severe but justly merited reproof of the imposition that had been practice he handed the Young lady not the prize which she expected but the is. Essay on Friendship which she had copied word for word from an old Magazine. The Polly lady turned very red and the Beauty bursting into tears of anger and mortification returned to her discomfited. Miss Catharine resumed the teacher Wilh a benign smile to a Plain yet Noble looking girl who came Forward As he spoke i believe there can be no mistake Aboul your Little effusion. I feel great pleasure in presenting you the Reward due not Only to your mental cultivation but to the goodness of your heart. What too will you be kind enough sir said the generous Kate taking a paper from her pocket to read Harriet s stary be fore you decide. I asked her for a copy several Days ago and Here it is you shall read it to the audience yourself my i am sure they will listen Pati Erhuy to so kind a pleader in her Friend s behalf the listeners looked pleased and eager to hear the Story a Kate Sumner with a modest self Possession which Well became her and with Fine eyes lighting up As she read did full Justice to the pretty and touching Story of which Harriet had been so cruelly Rob lied. It is Well Worth said or. Wentworth when she had finished your Friend has won the prize my dear Young lady and As she to your generosity you shall have the pleasure of bestowing in yourself Rale s face glowed with emotion As she Hung the Chain around Harriet s neck and Harriet could not restrain her tears while she whispered. I will take it not As a prize but As a the new Mirror relates ing anecdote m relation to served gentleman in Early life was a sea Captain. His vessel was hailed by a Brig when the following dialogue took who s your Cap preserved preserved the master of the Brig thinking he Wall misunderstood and wondering at the stupidity Oftie opposite parly again Japp ged the trip pet to his Morith and trawled say Misler if Don t want to know what your cargo but Whit s your Captain s Temperance cold army. With Banner and with badge we come an army True and Strong to fight against the hosts of rum and this shall be our song we if Lve the Clear cold water Springs supplied by genial showers we feel the strength cold water brings the Victory is cold water army is our name o faithful May we be and St in truth and Justice claim the blessings of the free. We Loire though others love their rum and wine and drink ill they Are mad to water we will still incline to make 113 Strong and glad. We i pledge to Liee this hand of mine in Faith and Friendship Strong and Lellow soldiers we will join the chorus of our song. We love is gift from you dear and now miss said or. Wentworth in conclusion met me beg your acceptance of these volumes As a Token of your teacher s respect and is and presenting her a Beautiful bound edition of Milton s works he bowed his Adieu to the retiring audience. Will you lend me your prize Pencil this morning said mrs. Carlton the next Day. She was dressed for a walk and Harriet wondered Why she should want the Pencil to take out with her but she immediately in clasped the Chain from her neck and handed it to her Mother without ask ing any questions. She was rewarded at dinner ing it l from the my. Temperance Herald a daughter s influence. We listened ii a to Eye to the Testi Mony influence a Doagh Ter s kind message exercised on his heart although Comianni cited co Liim by a third Pel son and involuntarily we Analysed the feel Ings that must live agitated her bosom As she said to the messenger ask my Falhie if he must Iii a drunkard a How Many a High Hope had her father a degradation cans to die within her bosom Many a bitter regret How Many Days of sorrow and nights of lonely watching How Many times must the painful contrast of his present delinquencies with his former High and Manly conduct have struck chill to her very soul and How often when associating with those of her own age and sex who could look up in a father s face and not tremble lest they might perceive indications of the spoiler s presence has she recalled the look of hatred or the tones of mocking merriment sue had borne till forbear Ance ceased to be a virtue and feel to say i could once claim a father but now alas alas the Fine Gold Baa become dim and i no longer May look up to him with filial fondness or wait his bidding with the reverence his age and relationship to me ought to command task my father if he must die a of Reader have you a daughter who might with equal Justice repeat this thrilling interrogation Hare you a daughter who in after years shall Blush for your mis doings and weep Over the sad wreck of All that gives Lustre to the Parent s character if Yon Are a moderate Drinker depend upon it there a Bat a i top be tween you and moral death Between you and the depressed degraded Man you nov born fully term a drunkard. The daughter whose Eye now reflect Back the Pride and lore manifested in your own and for whom you think yourself willing to endure years of toil naj yet if you continue to prize and Shire moderate Drinker s beverage and ram Ler s pandemonium be spurned from Yon like a dangerous reptile even White words of ing Are dropping from her lips and Martyr courage is leading her to risk All to of moderate drifter reflect on what would be your feelings if after Jean of cruel bondage to appetite you too Waken but to hear an injured daughter must you die a Druna adv daughter of a drunkard never despair Ontie death s Jold hand hath chilled Yoni father s wronged returned to the god who Gava despair follow him with tears and in is to return from his evil course As Laie Are permitted to stand in his press when for it Thia will sure Day you ate driven the inhospitable would Ai Lew Paperi
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