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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 4, 1851, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaW. So. 16. Poets be. Young crimes. Grinet a old Mon. Lull no Tim Artoro cot Liaa left a ton who the thai old Crimea Bort. Irr a Coal of ill i a Cut Lial new Guy he cannot Brno to vow dial Rama so Tyrna Oum in away Aro fining o or in uror in hair m by n barter he Argura and a Chin of Nwa Vivo Fow ii borne alive vent i. Ire Day than wore Grimes lie i cirt a in hit Fob he the town in Binil a Siomo b in a Rourl constant naut w or to Halil Doire his Arp we into and very iou hut if tar m hit head he " furl no pour More Al Reighl Pearly in he in i twp Light. And i suspect the reason Why he con sents is that he wishes to be rid of us awhile. Am i to go asked floret. No my child you must wait till next sum Mer but you can amuse yourself with Harvy i Leeton while we Are i the girls All burst into a merry laugh. I in is so amusing to listen to him some times what a Simpleton he is to think that i floret with All her Beauty will Ever marry i i of Well.1 said the Beauty tossing her head i i shall let him think so till Harry Berwick gets j Home then to finish the sport i shall refer him i end it All by saying i ouly in 1 poor floret she was indeed As heartless As her Sisters. Harry Leston poor fellow never suspected the plot Laid against while Mamma and the Mieses Galand coquette at the Springe and papa and Lillie studied in the Library he became the constant companion of Flo ret anticipating her slightest wishes and breath nor into her ear the soul stirring effusions of Youthful Genius. Hurvy Leston despite his Boris Ness and awk a hardness. Was destined for a higher place among j Tho Earth s Nobles destined to Shine As the asked floret i should think you Wou a know where he has gone did he not Tell i n Lle refused to Tell me said sirs. Galand looking very sour of i can floret who seemed to be in High spirit he has gone to bring his Danlag Lillie 6 strange the Mother had almost forgotten that he had a child and they a sister said mrs. Galand coldly Ilione lie j a m going to leave me and Lillie can take her la listed Lucia do Yon think five at Seminary and make at two do leaks a year. Whole no. 694. and she was now Twenty five. And j manners Bre Grace ant voice Milr it tone. Dom Neil pin die very one to aloud Grinka Uick Louvi ii. Jelly Imir f Oran in Injo Iii chunk he in nun of climb rat Mould of temper Mim and Inick. A firkry Lull Nark you Giter to Church i in Ninea if Vav. R Chungo he lie More lavish Lair Nir i Gre pop 10 from who know j hat tie will i car. He of a very kind Ami i mul lint Vouge Flint Kort of Man ulu or. Grimes was nut. Iri n or fit old Grimes May Itzy Iii Crovo Willij i in cup Hun Ini Irli i think to trip i jams Iii his Liri her we shall answered mrs. Galand. With a decided air but bark i hear a it must be your said Lucia looking out of the win Dow and there is a lady with him but it can not be Lille for she is very handsome. The door or. Galand entered Lead ing a Young and Beautiful girl. Advancing to wards his wife and daughters he presented brightest Star in the Galaxy of Genius. Or. A land loved Harvy As a son. He appreciated the your daughter Lillie Lucia and Noble qualities of his heart and it was his ear flore3, your sister and nest to see him United to floret. But such was not the intension of floret was her most Beautiful child and she was to believe herself at least destined to be the wife of a while her Mother and Sisters wore enjoying themselves Tel Saratoga she was amusing herself by jesting with a most True and faithful heart. Harvy was not thought Rich but he knew what no one else the t he was heir to the immense possessions of a Bacheler Uncle. He wished to be loved for himself alone and so Flo ret and her family were kept ignorant of his wealth. Hud Harvy told them All he might gained floret even Iho ngh he could never be an English we think he acted wisely in keeping the secret. Amu inn returned and with it came mrs. Ambition and revenge. My i Tell or continued raising his Vuick her heart and mid Are priceless Jems in comparison with the vim Beauty of Kotc Iren and Lucia. And floret were it not for the Strong love she bears towards Harry Liston would Boas heartless As Yoy have made her mrs. Gun Brj smiled disdainfully at the con Huion of this pc cab. Only answered floret his More than you again nhe turned to Tho room and again did the thoughts of her daughters bring her to her husband s Side. Morton my errand Here was to procure Money to take our Beautiful girls to to of them i certainly if i can find suitable matched for attend mid the husband is he Rose and took from his Dick notes to the amount of a thousand but atop floret it not to go Wilb no her Beauty wild attract All from her Sitters i shall leave her for your prolife. Harvy or Galand muttered a few angry words i a nip wife room then taking his Dir liner Lillic he her Long and lovingly while the poor despised child uttered words to Wise and deep that even the fond father Bio Melf astonished. Well exclaimed the three oldest in a breath. Did you succeed v after preaching me a Bing Sermon about i rut Lillie to gave me one thousand i of mid Iran. That u better Ian i you know always vowed we should never Lillie with a Sweet smile extended her hand and notwithstanding an evident coolness on the part of her Mother Sisters she would press her pretty pouting lips to their s. Well or. Galand triumphantly do you want Lillie in the Kitchen now 1 or perhaps next summer you would like to exhibit her and floret together at a bitter smile was the Only i ply. Of tar. A land saw thai the poor de piled child was Beauli Ful even More Beautiful than floret for there was something in the Eye of Lillie that spoke of heaven born thought an expression of lofty puny sat enthroned on her Placid Broil while Llie soft cadence of her voice was sweater music that the Zepher s Lillie was of her Travellin Drees and floret instead of and her daughters rejoicing in Good for zing out upon the Lawn. Suddenly she a tune. Had married a French count who claimed while a slight blight Blush tin her had accompanied them Home. Iren was in i Cheek Iier papa look do Yoli know this gentler non who is approaching he was introduced Here by or. Berwick on the Day after you left and is the mis agreeable Man lever Tifft with. He must travelled Over the world for knowledge is boundless and his miners Are so distinguished i am sure he must lived in the Best society. At limes when he is speak ing very earnestly voice resembles Harvy lesions and sometimes he fixes his eyes upon me just As Harvy tied to indeed said her Ftp her somewhat , Hope you n 1 lost your . I know the gentleman Well and he is to a Young indy of this engaged impossible exclaimed r Loret. Only i its said Lucia and his eyes up always on floret hut hark he or. Alan d himself opened the door and welcomed the gentleman by a Hearty shake of the hand then leading his youngest daughter for Ward he i Var and your the Mounir Man gazed upon her face a moment in admiring wonder then he Faid As in Days gone past you will be my own wife Lillie you will never leave nor Lau Jih Aline As floret has done and again. Lillie threw her arms in and his neck and answered with a face of smiles and ten is of no. Never dear Harvy i will always from j be your own the rage of the Mother the Chagrin of floret can be Betler Iviria Tineil than described. Or Galand noticed them not but taking the hand of his future . He raid arise our revenge is Complete. Mafia your despised child Superior in wealth and , to either of your daughters. Floret there is not a lady in new England that woul d not be proud to Call Harvy lesion her husband May the lesson Yon have Learned be profitable floret without visiting Saratoga wave her hand to who had Long sought in Bill she never looked noon the beloved and honoured Harvy Leston without regretting that she had would i be Apt enough to kick you out. If Ever the likes of you could be a muffled in Unbe known 10 St. The Man of Israel gathered himself up Anil demanded an indemnification from mrs. O Biden for his ruined Crock Ery Al Emp Gate nol left Uii Foteney the Accident could not possibly have happened is it pay then you want Yon Baste of an Imp tether returned the Matron Here s the very heart of my Bussum knocked Clane nut of me 1 May i never see Bliss if Don t make an example of be for amusing yourself by Cut Ting Capers turning whirligigs and sowl out of a delicate female by Pilch your Nasty head into her Mutual com plaint were Mude by the hut neither had any cause of action Ami the losses of or. Jacobs and the bruises mrs. O Brien had no Cifelle Avyss from a hover s log. Chapter i. Boat what vessel is that in the Stream american bound borne want a hand 1" Wai p r aps you d bout As Well ask the Ole Man. Where is that Are s him with the papers in his flip i advanced to the Captain and removing my hat with such Seaman like Grace As i could com Mand i asked Are you the Captain of the Portland sir 1 Wai so they do you want a hand 1" can t say As i i 1 can i work my passage Home with you Val paps you Mought. Where do you Hail from 7" 1" run away from yer Wai that s straightforward what for 1" bad Cap n s John Waters Salem 1" Yob Wai. I blame be. I Konio him. Jump into the boat. No Man shall say that Cross git Tord Ever left a countryman in distress in a Ferrin part cast off there cd Ben put the boy s for Ned. Give was now and we went towards the ship. And without pausing to think of the Conse-1 mania i a Maine was at in height. Buy Nir id Ouen Cee plunged into the water. There being the full extent of my Means and Selling again the soon As i had fair offers i found Tny Seh to tha the carnage reeled on the Bottom and end of single year the master of thirty Thoo it h a 1mb but Tull the horses floundered to the surface As i dived beneath it. It was but the work of an instant to undo the door. I clasped a lib Jet form in my arms Rose with her to the surface and with a Little exertion contrived to get footing on the Carriage by thin time boats and ropes were at and we soon Safe on the wharf. A tall gentle Man came running up to us. It is my duty to Here that the Young lady did not faint. Nut a bit of it. On the contrary Bough tile and manifestly frightened she gave me one of the very bewitching test bands in All the world and Faid thank you. If we y Ellen my daughter How s thial god Bleu me. How frightened i exclaimed the Naples a Grey haired old gentle Man. The Young Man 1 sir i m much obliged to you. Added he to a Young Man near him give this Young ten Dol Lars. Egad they be saved the. As he spoke i turned to make my Way the crowd not however without noticing a glance torn the fair girl beside him which has haunted me for years. Is this your bundle 1" asked a stranger. J it is. Thanet you forgotten a mean were the epithets i heard As i made my Way thro Tish time crowd. Rich As a exclaimed another. Alsay this last person to me a boarding a Nus cot a boarding House come go Home with me. Good fare cheap git be a ship any i went. I cannot now Stop to Tell the Reader Llie loathsome Ness of that miserable Den. An other Day will do As Well. One cannot have a whole Magazine Fiir his Story. Well As i sat by a rickety old table with the Boston tunes in Triy hand asking myself what i should act one of my shipmates dime in. I by the Bones of old he exclaimed. The very Roan i wanted to see Good in your head Jim you did it Well. Come what Lyle take i "1 thank you not fudge take Man. You re All Drippin wet an you la catch o added the landlord. I yielded drank to drunkenness. Let me pass Over the details of that night. I awoke in the morning with an aching head and Sand dollars. I returned to Boston and i can twirly that As i received on every hand and Courtesy which wealth commands the Piest thought connected with my wonderful Suc Cess was that now meet a certain Well remembered Young indeed it to boat Ever be my meet them at giving to either the Power to question my motives. Putting divers tradesmen into requisition was speedily in a condition to have been presented at court. And now came a difficulty. It had indeed occurred to me before but assuredly1 never wit the same startling Force. Supposing that a cer Tain lady were married while i was very gravely pondering that important question i was at the quietest cleanest Best of a Friend tap Ped me on the shoulder. Byerly x 1 let s go to Federal Street what s the Bill we went. Bless me How i have to hurry Over the particulars at the end of the second act we Rose to on feet and were in a familar Chat when i caught the Eye of Ellen. Her father was with her but just then in Conversa Tion with a provoking Gay handsome Man by his Side in the same Box. I bowed. The Bow wat most graciously returned. Who it that lady i asked i of my compan Ion. Ellen introduce Ellin blushed As her Eye met mine. What your name Young Man the Cap Tain asked. guess you la have to be called Jim. I hate lung gut some Money is pose7" is r i had three dollars we were soon on Board and As the wind and tide Bolh served we got our Anchor speak Laid the fore Topsail to or. Inland had listened in stupid Maze Mont to floret s heartless confession. He had never imagined than one of the eldest daughters could be guilty of so base an act. Much less her whom he believed so pure and guileless. He spoke not but pointed to the door As floret closed it Harvy fell upon his and the Large tear drops rolled rapidly Down his Cheeks. Lillie wept bitterly. She loved Harvy and throwing her arms around his neck she whispered Don t weep Harvy i la be your these childish words instantly dried up his to hrs. He pressed her to his heart and answered you will be my own wife Lillie you will never leave nor laugh at me As floret has no no dear sobbed the child i will always a your own Bravo exclaimed the Olid gentleman who had recovered the of Bis Tongue you shall yet be my son. Harvy floret has cruelly wronged you but Don t mind it we will have our revenge harmless though Sweet. Harvy do you really wish me to give you my own Sweet Lillier yes or. She is not As Beautiful As floret has a right my boy but she will be handsome when she is As old As floret. At seventeen Harvy she is yours that allows me five years to educate her and during that time you must Ever played the dangerous same of sporting s travel. Our plan must be profound secret Between us three. Remember Harvy when you return it must be incog., and then comes our it was even in one week Harvy had left town and Lillie much to the astonishment of her Mother and Sisters was sent loan excellent female Seminary. Or. Galand Seldom spoke of Harvy but when Hie name was mentioned jeering or there would be a smile of deep and quiet mean ing playing Over Hie benevolent features. Summer came round1 a Jain and again were mrs. Galand Iren and Lucia at Saratoga but floret was not allowed to go. In rain her Mother Galand was inexorable. Flo ret thought it was on account of her Youil but As summer after summer rolled away and found ice still at Home she knew it was a punish Felt it to be just. Bad Jim my away. Or. Galand had from hone a week and his wife and daughters wondered that he Topp Tito Long. J with hearts. Reciprocal damages. Lev Jacobs is one of those travelling representatives of the chosen seed who Corr about a Large Basket full of fancy China Ware which they steadfastly refuse to till at any generously offer to Exchange their merchandise for old coals pantaloons boots gum shoes or any other commodity which the children of Israel know How to make marketable. By exchanging i heir goods instead of Selling them they avoid the penalties imposed on those who peddle a License. While Jacobs was engaged in his of curation the other Day Wilh his Basket of China Ware on one Arm and a huge mass of Mouldy second hand boots and Moth eaten i May As Well say Here that i am a native of a Lovely Village in Western new York. The name. I take it is of no importance to the Reader. I was a hoi tempered and somewhat Ward boy As some yet unwritten biographical facts might show. At the age of seventeen i ran away from College and with the Money obtained from a very a financial Sileo my books Nodi furniture. Contrived to reach Boston where i dipped of Board he East India Man the Portland was a Fine sea boat and in an hour after Sunset we were leaving St. George s Channel with a fresh northeastern under royals and Lor Topmast studding sat. The Crew was up entirely of americans a Jovial food Humoured Sailor like set with whom i was soon on very Good terms. But As the events of the voyage have nothing to do with my present Story i shall Reserve All future details of Cross , his Crew and his ship until i see How Well the readers of this Story like these life leaves. Well we anchored late one Niobe after a passage of Twenty nine Days off Long is land Light. The next morning we the wharf. The por Londers was to be do charged by stevedores it was not an Lizur later therefore that i had grasped the hand of the last of my shipmates who had been somewhat More leisurely than the others in packing his Chest Fin it _ 11 swollen eyes made my Way to she bar room and called for a Glass of Brandy to drown the agony of Hoidn t you better jest your Money to Asfe Eil the landlord with a . You pent three dollars last birr in in bout an hour and you d better let me keep the rest for i exclaimed. my god it was All f Wai then All j be gotta say is just take herself out o t his House when you Kin raise a Quarter you Kin have this stupefied sick wretched i walked to the wharves. Chapter n. Of the pause tint precede Virginias. Hardly conscious of what i did i went nearly to the end of a neighbouring whirl both sides of which were thronged with one of there a dilapidated old thing on which curio role devouring had apparently done bid worst was getting under Way. Her Mainsail already up. And a Man was easting off her Stern fasts. 1 heard him Siviy As he did so p r aps we Cun get Chap shouted the Captain. I Cay what do be said i with an Effort to look very particularly sober. To Don t care it i Wai come what s wages o shares be know. Coin a i staggered aboard and sat Down on the wind lass. Where s yer Dunnage up to Taylor Fath of de to seemed until i was also present Lim. R. Byerly 1" he exclaimed. From Baa he i m delighted to your acquaintance. is my son my Friend Byerly your or. I when were with As much Gravity As i could i believe you owe me ten. How really was your Carriage Ever thrown off oho of of u was Yout he 1 1eay you run up and gel it said the Captain. Bill was a Long away. He threw my bundle on deck lifted the Stern fasts and had gone to the other pile to cast off the Bow lasts when Sel every Timber i had Learned to i could not help thinking for the life of me. That too. Hail a forlorn and dejected Lonk. Made fast As she was to the wharf like a hound to his Kennel. Where re gain Jim v asked my shipmate. Indeed i Don t know r go to the Mariner s Home with perhaps 1 will by and by. Well Good Bye old fellow if i Don t see you Moth eaten garments Slung Over his shoulder 1 and he left me. Alone in a Strano a he paused to rest himself at an Iron railing which City friendless with three dollars As the and had Bidden him Good Bye. He turned Back i blah of my shipmates on Board the Portland suddenly. I was standing bundle in Haud on he wharf looking sorrowfully at the Noble ves enclosed a flight of stairs conducting to the basement of a dwell Iriri. Thle israelite happened to Lein a trains the Gate of the railing unlatched yielded with his weight and his Burden of old boots project ing beyond the Centre of Gravity made him turn a Back Summerset Down the Steps every article in his Basket going to eternal As the Yankees say and the old boots Coats flying about like the meteoric Phenomena on the anniversary of the shooting stars. Or. Jacobs would have sustained some personal had he not had the Good for tune on if soft bosom of mrs. Joseph i berth y y gel me o a Rory fat Matron who Resl Dps on Bye the ail who was just then the Steps on her Way Market. Mrs. Had just the observation i think Well have More when sure enough it came Down or rather a storm of broken cd inn mildewed apparel and leather to Siy a. Of funds available As i stood filter Lyat a loss what to do i received a rough on the shoulder. Hello got into the doldrums Jim asked Captain Gifford. A trifle Tut Tut what s in the out o no 3 Wai 1 Don t want to question be Loo close but Eye want any help Afore i sail Why fall on me. You la Fin Dyne at the Lowell Fouse. Youve _ been a hand an of you want a Norih a v Crof. Nothing of the israelite himself who might have passed for a bail Stone of extraordinary Dimen Sions. Och bother to you. You villain did you come from then exclaimed mrs o Brien from her astonishment. And its not from heaven you re tumbled All that Trumper nol maning thai they Good Bye i it Tercel As Well my lips would let Roe and he walked away. Be turned Back once u if to speak again Bat seemed to change his purpose and went on. Their i Wai indeed alone. A _ to Neil to leave i Reship a Carriage drove up in front of a Large store House. Next door a Large Box was being lowered from the when about Way Down the strap broke and he Bra fell of the horses i her instantly backed and in spite of went with 1 heard cause by a glimpse of a Carriage fell j came running up to hit Why Jim be Ain t a bloody old Jigger Are be he Ain t gom to do nothing re plied the skipper somewhat Ruff in. Cast off there to thin the last fast and leaped on Board. I have Little recollection of that Day. The Captain gave me about Halfa pint of whiskey being the Marine prescription in such which All is chaos. I awoke a Little before Sunset much refreshed after my Ion slumber. By Captain Sutrov Stion t then look a Salt water Bath. This accomplished 1 drank a cup of Lea and went on deck. Your said the Captain hand me a copy of the . " hers to be Tut none o that not another word talk to Ellen a while if you i did a month from that Day there Wai a wedding in Ashburton Maga Zine. The Queen of England. The following description of her majesty of England is Given by air. Wiiks editor of the National police Gazette i her first in a coach in procession to St. James Palace for a levee and have seen her three times since at i More advantage but the first impression remained a softened. There id no cause for a mistake m her facial Angle and a glance is full need by a conclusion. On the occasion in St. Siimes Park there were two parties of american gentlemen from different hotels who stood in a group at the Point of View i occupied. When the Queen each Tura. De and looked the other in the face and the smile which came from All said almost in Plain words. Lord How much we have been hum bugged by the by and by Hiss role broke into a laugh and every one enjoyed men will who select a trick that has deceived them but which does not affect their credit for intelligence she does not Bear the most Remote resemblance to any of her said one. I woul d be about As much As a Man s Lite is Worth to said another. Iso Man who wants to keep in with her friends will overdraw her Side said a third. " i la Tell you what i think about her said a fourth if such a looking Peison were introduced in a Ball room in new York As a partner for a dance the gentleman who out of politeness went through the Cotillon with her would feel he had a right afterwards to enquire what object the person who scared tier had in giving him such a but Ehe has a Fine said i. So she said the last speaker but of what Avail if complexion to line of features. Her face protrudes in the Centre and retreats at the fore head and Chin. She is in Short what is known to be a pig faced lady and the complexion of Ninon de would not redeem my Friend was right. The Queen of Britain is most insignificant looking person and nol pea nut Aland in the realm could adopt her for in overseer without risking i loss of standing in the presence of in keeper. She a insipid a if _ y Tea burp. And the unfortunate protrusion of Well i you must go Jim a pleasant v Yate he Centre if the and Retreat of the fore be. Here s a paper for be. You la find to head in Chin indicates that Lack of marital it marked on added he As Bill cast off j orce w1llch la nature s character for the in marked on it take notice to thai so thin i looked As he directed. An advertisement Waymarked All round with Ink. With some difficulty i made out the the Yonng Man who the Young lady s life. Wharf. Carat no. Ashburton place be will he. Of of Ethma to his advantage tart Ufa Nau. La late i nodded. Suggested the skipper. Never mind. You re in a Way to do of the we reached the fist tar Frond where in a Lew weeks we filled the Schooner. Luckily Forup the Price Offish was unusually High. We sold out at once. I had now become accustomed to the labor and accordingly supposed that the Young lady and her father had forgotten Roe 1 invested my in another voyage. This too Wai Succow Ful. By conic no reinvestment and a mob fur Tanate speculate Pic i had accumulated at the end of mine three years some five thou Sand Dollar. At that time the land and lumber _ no h1c for Cement of respect. Add to this a Short my of the upper lip almost discloses the Teeth m a state of repose and seems to Promise nothing but a petulant Lisp and you before you a tolerable notion of the face of the Blue eyed fars Cind Queen of in stature she is Short and dumpy squared according to the German fashion and she has a foot As Flat a a Brick no dignity real Terai this contour. She has no More natural majesty than baby jumper or slide than a Brown Jar. In she is a great nonentity a Ira tabla idol which this mighty people set at their head a sort of Symbal of Power that once existed in the elate the Shade and Shadow of which u a convenient to retain. So much a year Isalow de Cut of Treasury to Lead and Amasa her a Stout Well behaved fellow provided husband and As return for Thia slide of she is Only required to Taipi a few a Day and be present at the opening of Pirow Rait once a year. She is also expected to co play and the As Ollen a Aoi Fible u Kem herself cheerful and Graci Onsi with the and by Way of Fain inf their heart inf order that the machinery of the oligarchy in quiet the is furnished Large arms of Mooer to contribute to popular charitable funds of Oua kinds you Are one of the said i Jyh Oiher Day. To a old Man from of i am Elnathan bloods lire a and a half from me on the crop. Rondo tit went hit Way whittling

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