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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 5, 1840, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania5h four Tea. Of Germany be Honor of uie science of sled. Vehe Dearv of which a Well founded doctrine live. Of Bol a the body though not or simple head. Doctone u h i that this ate of their a them let. Wckre that the great h of pre i is to Pluck while in not wait rown ear. Man u also entitled id the gratitude of a his matchless Fiat May justly Teim o signally triumphed Medicine which am in the Wolf the Jcj conquer Itne. For which All Ause to ble Theben Tidence a Medicine been to glowingly clergy in their Pur by which of hang into health Lio nits one drop 1 no for Tular a a us sex plating a Quarter drop Rix ?5 fonts. Morta cd Penkert Large property and and bodily toil upon be Fraugh f Western As Well As a Kinsman of or. He Well known an a icing lion throughout Ger ent of the last Emu ing the doctrines of having lost his a Tilicke was left with a or us and fortunate i ins Polar stir was a and he vowed in to made him that he Ling and his life with t of the discovery of lat dreadful disease a Eclov d Parent Elicke was chafed by upon the heal part serve but to und his aspirins soul Grovel on with the in the dim Twilight of hid said he n re Mii Tinl the 1 at our feet than for a Man 1 hat he not note to he maladies in the very Leaf that Ter from the storm 1 sly charge our maker it heaven forbid of the existence of a Iii option then Undis ded philosopher and 1 ransacking the three table animal and min f chemistry in hand not sail lied a Miil exterior of her is chemists made a and there universe Medicine Chest his before the Public the a e five or bottles persevere in the use but not so with Rmark. That in almost urls have tit in wrought a phial has removed use whether result Fly a patient used and two of cans whose de to thin prospectus its n eff Terv in Eplion fart other Feairl ave heretofore believed by confessed that Ilem its action of any i by human hands. Ihn e of the in Europe. N of this Medicine into hospitals is a sufficient Msall its promises. It my for wherever it witness. Ill by ugh. P. Titu it s ran ii at Ibe r Ere the a edict 1am Back p. 1339. E Tioga a fable. Oes sub Send Ion to printing he following gentle poly attended to so Lawrenceville p. M., Spencer vice Tioga r a. Worth p. Cou county a. Is p. M., Blomburg. spa Fri i i i Tump i printed Ana published every wednesday by j. P. Vol. Ii. Within the year Wells Boito go we Ebay february i the wife. heart clings fondly unto thee my Well beloved wife without thy smiles How could i Bear the chequered of life i thou Art my san to cheer the Way in disappointment s hour my Sweet support and gentle slay when or sorrows lower. The cries that sink spy the gloomy fears that Are All forgot amid the Joys thy constant lore Gupp let. When other Friend is forsake i know there s Confidence in one whose True unchanging faithful heart i daily lean upon. If come thy constant watch will be around my and thy soft bands will gently wipe the cold drops from my Bead. Of who could pass this Vale of tears without a Friend so whose presence every moment cheers brings peace and Comfort near. Members other family had from time to time alien victims to that dread malady so prevalent in oar new England climate and to a Nice observer acquainted with this fact it was evident she too was in Early life fice to the same wasting disease gods love die i had since then heard nothing of this inter Esting lady when Early last Spring happening to be in the Vicinity of Harvard i was told on inquiry that she had unhappily placed her affections on a professional Young gentleman who being under a previous but to her unknown engagement could not reciprocate the attachment and that in moment of melancholy desperation sick of the world and its vanities she had withdrawn from the Circle of her rela Tives and friends and United Heraelto with the society of shakers. The remainder of the Mournful history a told in the affecting from Tike taken the love marriage. By us. Hals. Dear dear Henry How glad i am to see you of you cannot Tell How weary the hours seem when you Are exclaimed mrs. Harrison As she ran with extended hands to Welcome her husband s Entrance. The fondly returned the Caress of his Young Lovely wife while she continued to speak of her Joy at seeing him and of her lonely feelings at his absence. You think Ellen that i would leave you if it were not absolutely be inquired he you believe i would stay thus Long from you in of no no i do not think you by finely he had Mae arrangements her marriage to a Man named Kernej was sle thirty years her who had indulged Iii the vices of Fash Innman life and now thought that it enable 840. Ranged in a pretty a though not Exon style he found he had barely suf fount left to pay the first month s Board. True he had due from several clients but he knew it was Uncertain when he should obtain his to his name. But in All this their Wai. I was no love none of the Section in it. J was arranged Henry o the father for the daughter. But he was refused i dded to that he was told he was poor and it did not become him until he had earned a reputation if his profession the Law to expect to end Ter the families of the wealthy. Henry and Ellen remained Tel 5 he had studied to educate her in the Man Ner which would make her natural Era Ces most attractive. Holding in the most Sovereign contempt the Bentham philosophy which inculcates the great est happiness of the greatest number his efforts had Only selfish for object and he had Ellen to his own a Timous habits and sex not uninteresting reminiscences. W. thus from i cannot understand How that would be secure by a course which was Ren Dering you he smiled sadly As he replied if a Friendly hint to the ladies. The propensity fora thinnest among a Many of our fashionable females is an extreme our Home were in Eden my love Folly which can claim no extenuation while where our Only occupation would be we Are daily with ease. Of the dire Ful con Sennen tending Flowers and gathering fruits on which we could banquet the whole Ces which Are the result of so great an evil. It appears that the greatest number of cases fed Only giving that have come under our care daring this the future tie month have been of pneumonia. But although do Jve in it is the prevailing disease it has not been so and therefore must be miserable general As it frequently is at this season of the is that what you wish me to tinder year among the poorest class of citizens nor f no no we need not be miserable but we from the Boston mercantile journal. An affecting Story. She never told her love but let concealment like a worm i Tho Bud feed on her Damuck scribing a recent visit to the Shaker Settle great Many and perhaps has been unusual by jut we Anau de a up meat at Harvard mas., thus alludes to one fatal. Even in dispensary practice where this work be Are to Apt to for of the female member of that society. Disease is not so common As among the higher has no of the sixty or seventy females who took classes of citizens it will be seen the number a sting enjoyments which part in the services when we were there Only is considerable. But a slight review of Bills of Are not earned by toil or obtained by one attracted the general attention of the spec mortality of cities will show that nearly one self Gac Rince of some sort. Every plea it is of her we propose to speak. She third of the whole number of deaths arise from sure Nas its Price. I could not enjoy was apparently about Twenty years of age with consumption. This can be accounted for on this happiness of folding you to my an intelligent Eye a Broad High forehead and y upon the supposition that our habits Are no1 heart and feeling that you Are my own of surpassing Beauty. She seemed pensive to the climate. m provided with itis not the degree of cold that affects us but the variations of the weather. Even thro the summer season the changes Are frequent often times very sudden. Our mornings and melancholy. It was evident that her mind and thoughts were at the time elsewhere. Occasionally she would cast a glance at the spectators who were present particularly at a hand a a self denial of leaving pursue the business and studies profession Many ours each Day some Young widower one of our party. We m8 generally mild and pleasant but in the fan you understand really wish we knew More of this girl s history. Evenings the Southern Breeze comes from the the Young wife looked up to her Shehas already caused us some sleepless nights 8ea, vapor and giving a chill to the husband and the tear that moistened i i til a 11 Tat Ai that instead of being opulent he largely insolvent. On hearing of the s state of things Kerney hastily left the country intending to spend Yeal a abroad. I Ellen wept Over the death of deep and sincere sorrow and the world soon allowed that she Hap cause of grief. The creditors Seizew every thing even Ellen s Harp was spared. J poor Ellen what will become exclaimed miss Rickett. Ii it soft sentimental tone that she Intel end should pass for compassion Loyd destitute orphan. Of i do so pit but the malicious spiff Kle of her Eye told a different Fesl or you May spare your Sumpat by for miss Wise needs it replied mrs. Allen with that Calm but expression which tells the pretender to kind feeling that her dissimulation is perfectly understood. The orphan has a True Fri yourself my dear Madam Inq Ajr de the spinster with an smile. F she will remain with me a Pew weeks longer then she is to be of married indeed Why or. Be has left the True but miss w ise was Neve to him and never would not corrupt. Her mind was naturally upright or As a Pren Logist would say she had Large conscientiousness. And this simple integrity of her heart had always resisted the Bundi sements which her fathers vanity has drawn round her. Yet she no practicable experience in lessons of self denial and could not therefore know the lit taste to necessity which real had no Fortune yet his in her estimation one of the first in the world and she had never doubted his ability to maintain her according to his station. But the few words that sad Loving expression in her husband s Eye As he gazed so tenderly on her told the struggle of his soul. She now Olio us b6a, Loade l Willil yaqui Auu giving a w and we should like to know Mote about Whoie atmo8phere. It is this change that pros her soft Blue Eye added the Lustre of married such a Man. Shehas happier _., a Sra Nick of if Hoo n if in 4 some sentimental love affair i if we could read her thoughts aright she Wai even then draining the bitter cup of suffering and disappointment to its very Dregs. Doubt less some unhappy love affair with All its eau trates the system and undermines the a ton t pretended was absolved. But Jit is not to this Alons that we must at of the Diffin tribute the whole effect or else we should find he had her of the difficulties with which he had to struggle accustomed to Imbu wifi in no i dict Al train of blotted Hopes and crushed affections both Beim viclim8 of the disease As she had beep from her birth to eve was toe cause of her thus be Parang herself from wherea9 perhaps four fifths of those who inf Ery luxury and indulgence that wealth the world s people and counselling herself with Fer Flom it Are then Points i could command he had thought that the society of the shakers. Indeed we had an to the came and is an evidence that the details of anxieties labors and Dis that Kuch wu9 the fact. She had ___. Manint Rontu which those who Are intimation that such was the fact. She had been with the society Only a year and yet her health was evidently tailing her very Alai poor girl. A Lew Short and thou Wilt be in the land of silence and thou and thy sad tale of unrequited love will both be alike forgotten. For thee there in no rest but in the grave. Only fault it to not too wisely but too Shakespeare has beautifully said. The course of True love Naver did run How Many since tie line was writ ten have had Mournful evidence of its bitter not to Auri. Our dress should be warm. It 8hould wanting but proper attention to appoint tents which those who Are clothing m order to prevent the effect. Fash born poor have to encounter in the Stern on is the Bane of life and is More tribe of their worldly career it destructive to Heab than sword Lence too harshly would make her Happy. He could not Bear to see the and famine. Shadow of a Cloud upon her brow. He ror in european countries France in particular dreaded More than any worldly evil the climates Are in general mild and uniform that she ii Hotilda feel the pressure of care thee there in no rest but the grave. Baa a Hal neces8uy for warmth of whole Ghe engrossed Fate for one so Young and Beautiful and whose that Theryl is a this country. But 8ince the first certainty that she would forgetting that the Atlantic Ocean separates us be his wife with devising the Means from Europe and that pans is not in America of supporting her in that style which several adopt their fashions and thus sacrifice to he fancied was absolutely necessary to r in Anh i in or happiness. Men Seldom form to preposterous Lolly Haltli Ana Lile. Infirri ,1 i manic ideas of love in a cottage it dress May be suitable to tier climate Butis had realities of poverty. Not that Henry Harrison was an avaricious or we o worldly Man he did not Only daughter of wealthy and respectable two or three times a Day. Flannel should for himself he was not ambitious of parents who reside in one of the in Cipal towns worn constantly next to the skin thus con show or Parade but he did tremble lest of Middlesex county and received most of her fining the Boay ast were in an atmosphere of his Young wife should endure one Pri Early education at one of the private family us own which Bijj be More uniform than Evon the winds of heaven seminaries in Boston. That Arold u8. And the practice should a should visit her too roughly. About four since she paid a visit to Earl in life. The Union of Henry Harrison and Olaof her old classmate in this City and i avoid Al Pogue to night Ellen Wise was truly a love marriage City the writer of these lines re Mem any add clonal covering. And Paruck Dot Bers meeting her at a social party in his neigh Atta Nuon 8nould be paid to keep the feet seemed hardly probable that mar boyhood. She was then just Blooming into dry and warm Fot Awre than one half of the Woad run in the Calm canal womanhood with Bony it and joyous Spirito dj8ea8eg Gna admittance through this Avenue. A Joje career of common events. Intelligent far Wyond her and though refine we should avoid excesses of All kinds they become acquainted at Troy in Beautiful yet withal so affable and Jne consequence must be health and Hap the state of new York where hair Jenesa son had arrested the horses of the Carriage of or. Wise in which he and i Bis daughter were Riding which had and was approach 0 precipice. By it Sedoti hatless saved the their lives and the acquaint Ance then the Young lady referred to the above Pat be Wam. It should avaricious or Eyen it graph n Well known to Many of this City be Fae change Ai the weather changes although it Man he did not covet riches is the Only daughter of wealthy and respectable k. Two or three times a Day. Flannel should for himself he was not ambitious of ire said miss Ricket with a sneer think Yon Are the advocate of i i am the advocate of truth in lathe relations of life and till the marriage contract sanctions the Union of Hulstrand and wife for purposes of Mere Cor be Niece i shall consider that those who at the altar pledge their love to each other Are guilty of perjury unless hey feel what they Pray who is the favored Swain a Young lawyer of new York j a some Yankee i said miss Rickett fully. But i Hope miss be cautious. This Strephon May act the second part of the mercenary Lover and is off like the old Bea mrs. Allen gave her a look emphatic May be the language Jef a look miss Ricket fell that she the object of utter contempt to the food for once the silent re poor Man her fro .1 he was sacrificing himself. The whole depth of that adversity from which he had rescued her at the peril of his own peace was in a moment unsealed and the night during which she scarcely closed her eyes there was opened Kcf fore her aroused faculties a new world of thoughts Hopes and the next morning her manner towards her husband evinced More than usual tenderness and when he went out her parting kiss was Given him with that heart devoted affection which was a recompense for every care. As soon As he was gone Ellen Hast ened to a shop where she knew fancy work was sold. She could no Way of earning Money except by her Needle. Her education though it had Cost More Money than it requires to carry half a dozen economical Young men through College had been a nays tem Apical. Her masters had taught her the result of sciences and the show of sciences and the Shew of accomplish in which must be no. 25. Id Guild the consumption and can firt d nobody1 ingenious enough to make the Nice kind. Needle work is sadly neglected now a the thought struck Ellen Here is a Chance for she asked to look at the buttons. I can you makes Chas miss asked the woman thinking from Ellen s face that she was a diff iolent school girl and from her Earnest manner that perhaps she would try to make them Well cause if j of , i will pay you a High Price three sixpence a i three sixpence Ellen seek ing employment by were the first thoughts that flashed Over her mind. But she recovered her Calm Ness in a moment. I will try if will let me have the of certainly but you must pay for the skeins and Moulds you need Only take a few skeins of silk for you nay waste it All and i cannot Affons to pose it. I will give you the Price i named for Good buttons and four shillings a dozen for Elan took a few buttons for models and after paying for her Purchase found she had Only one sixpence Iii her Hirse. Thought she i the old proverb be Correct that necessity is the Mother of invention. I shall succeed. I have heed enough to arouse my ingenue and did succeed wonderfully mrs. Millet said she soon earn a and Ellen Felt that she was indeed Rich when in a week from her first essay she found Elf a j e to earn from six to nine per Day. Never never Hail she been so Rich and Happy the Houts passed Way like moments the Over before she had time to think of weariness. She Only worked while har husband was absent for she wished to , end of the month with the sight of her wealth when his heart Vas heavy with care How blessed it world be to ind that she sympathized with him. They bad just entered on the third month of their mar ried life when Ellen commenced her Button making business. First Day of the fourth month the Landlady served up As usual her Bill with the Tea equipage. She made it a Princi she very modestly observed to a Boarder with a Bill except when his m and n at Leisure which it must be Ove he tej Ellen watched her husband s countenance when after tej he opened the paper. A he his eyes to hei1-, she Coull not forbear Iii log. San Oil Are so Happy my Anil he. Arey i not Happy yes yes i shall Arvaj s Boli while i can make you so. Lout i have feared and lady Hulce As at once to win All hearts. To Crown All she was of a religious turn of mind and if 1 am not misinformed was thus Early i j life a member of the unitarian society in her native town. Although enjoying at native american Calls Al the other papers very robust state of health yet hit Bellers Partick arly Theson. T f Tinq fat this time a very robust state of health yet lilt a Uit sir ii cd a. Tie Tho Akht she the seeds of a fatal Sun is willing to acknowledge the Corn formed Between Henry Harrison and within her or that consumption slow the american will agree that truth is libel Ellen Wise won ripened into love had i. Own. A pretty get the whole them. An they pledged their troth to each Hiehle gifted by nature and surrounded by All that Snake. Lift durable i hoped and be it the new York Herald says that go but the father of miss Wise was a slander or satire did nhe utter. What a poor mean figure detected envy Jana malice display j j i i they were married Henry Harri son and Ellen Wise and they were Happy for their love was of that be and tender nature which perfect sym Pathy of feeling and congeniality mind and taste inspire. It was de too for it was based on perfect Fleith in the Worth of each other. Yet. Enry had not ventured to open all1 his heart to his Voung Bride. Had himself free to obey the of prudence he would hardly have to indulge his desire Forse Julya Ridge As his profession had hit Retro afforded him but Little More than sufficed for his own support 1 it was a time too of Greit depression of business and the of the cumin try were gloomy but Peilen was Desti tute of a Home and protector and could no longer endure the severe calculations of prudence which had forbade their Union. He married and after All the expenses attending the event Wero set. Tied his lodgings furnished and i Bride seated in her Gentee parlor As qualified to knowledge to other minds Rhc had never acquired. She played the Harp and piano divinely but he could not have Given a lesson on either or at least she dared not attempt it. She could draw and paint beautifully yet knew not the principles of either Ait. But i in the Vork she excelled and had a Valura Inge Nuil had often excited the companions. And As melancholy reflections on the waste of or Cious time and Money which she Fult was the re sult of her sup oficial Mode of Educa Tion passed through her mind she turned with something or exultation to j the thought that she had loved Needle j work and could execute almost every kind with great skill. Of. I will employ every moment i will earn enough to pay my own Board. Henry shall not feel distress on my a were her mental exclamations and she entered the shop of mrs. Mal let. These Bright dreams were soon Dis Persed. Mrs. Mallet wanted no mus Lin nor fancy work and when she did give out work of the kind the prices were so inadequate to the time required for such Nice performances that Ellen found she could not Hope to earn half enough to pay her Board. While she lingered in doubt what next to attempt a Young lady entered and inquired for Daisy buttons and mrs. Millet had none of the color want. De. "1 thought you always kept a variety. I can no where find said the Young lady. I Haye had the Best assortment in the City remarked the shop woman but the g re that made them for me is by that we should be poor and then that i should be Henry looked earnestly on his if. Sec continued i know my dear band that j of have suffered deep Ceru never fear. I have tugged a fairy to Supply me with All 1 want. I do no intend like Gau Braila to tax her for a Corch Ait jul As i have no notion of to a Ball to gain the favor of a Prince i can see j of at Home nor do i girl cats the color of the lint Only the Nodest kind that you Luhs see has promised lie Foo cd More and More Jat last Rose and joing to her Cabi net brought Forth a Little Box contain ing her hoarded try Suie and placed it Belore him. Take it my Star Henry i have earned it for and the gush of Joy that thrilled through her heart melted to a flood of tears Only Spring from the very fullness of pleasure. That evening As they a t together she told him everything ail her feel Ings thoughts plans and performances. And he confided to her every doubt fear and perplexity that had shadowed his pain. But these Are All removed now said he. We now

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