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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 24, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTiocka. Eagle James r1. Mag ill editor and fro Penetar. Toga co., a. O fifty cents per an cents deducted if the year arid for actual by in and Joler will big deducted n a discontinued until All arrearage Are at the opt or of the editor Cee mgl twelve lines in for every Aub Ert iou to went five cents. Notices not lines inserted for seventy five cents. One or three insertions her discount to nearly advertisers. Uncle Lihi Nar Stottl talc. Magazine s h e i Happy a Stoi of the heart. R could Yon come Here to Day was ing that awaited an elegant looking an from a Viry Lovely woman who Ler room at the announce a Sitor. F Why abuse the Munfor Power you Lave gained Over me f i f e e 11 r g c i my heart1 repeated the Sola beside him be me to slay away from Yoy appear to have no inc 1 us or my cannot have because a Cam upon Yon r when 1 scarcely expect even to f i at Home a id it at Home surround pop e Aid even if you Are alone nere remarkable in my Here 7 i an. K i o w n 1 be one o that is to a or Hia Baker punctuality rather a Gay nothing am Twenty years As her Inen s 1 and. The he Sec he old capital income would n to Ucros politics science Cut Batuto Iflora Lity Wells pro wednesday february 24, t cheat Hie Butcher thai or Hawtho lived Beyon Lent thing a very Luck you from childhood and our family Why u alone was am the i rot see y Oij rep y i or the Condict pursued Tow aril me by irn in and Aper the fact being known Jar feelings toward me worse of Ovaid you surely comi Rinn sense tells it 1 re Ilion Lif i have an he exile a in broken accents would Tell me n e ought not to meet but i Tell in l Arles if upon me o attentions t poor a she had Bro very Pleasa n is Good v to think liked him did like i body panic of the imm Well and h offer for Thi ried there infancy me their elde1 the same a Charles by endowed in form live Organ turn of i he loved ill he piqued himself on his Ord tas his Bond he was to be sure but that was was so agreeable lie was r than Bis Bride but then she was very not least he had a and As it was Well known heroine s father is was an Excel asked last in of so in every Way be was voted 6u-i. I r neither Mother nor sister hers who thought in would be a thing to drink some of Robin Hie her father had Little time conscience perhaps told at All events once awakened to the state of their feelings they could no longer continue the Blissful life they leading How Long such uncertainty would last it is difficult to say circumstance ring which led unexpectedly to ment natural in Buch a Case a gee occur a Ilc Troue. It d Monib iter contained the most injurious of Mary if was Vir Ilten As he sus soon out has family but if Mary was All very Well and Mary or fancied the did and every Early Mcinmes talked to her use advantage it was to Settle w glad they should be at such an r girls arid so Mary was mar b Ami y with whom from y lad been intimately associated was in it he army and about our Triine we Awrence was a by nature in heart in mind and after the return of Charles Bis family began to notice the attention he was a j ing Mary As being greater than even his Early Friend ship permitted and he was made acquainted with this fact in a letter torn his Mother the be pinions or discovered with the most worldly motives refer no Only to the evil it would disc. Him and using arguments to Leduce him to return to tis regiment the least Likely to flu once him the dream was indeed broken 1 still Mary May be kept in ignorance of their Las his first thought As he read again and again the dreadful truth As far As his feelings were concerned and jibe vile slander that Darcy touch so hallowed a being. He Wou lil never forgive Thum to his dying were the last words he As he closed the Etler and walked from Luijs room to Call upon Mary with an intention of putting which a icicle Noble being Rich off an enga gement for the Morrow for Tolje on aim i reserved funded in was a told b so when in re Alitar it a Good Lor Marl from their my Mare observations Are an give the Power by have me spoken Larl irom you forever Tihoi go. I should Strong Tutei opinion of Sirni Janis i in separation a dlr Jiu Iselman a Noil i y per was the Liui tire reply Laie the w Orl 1 Why j of i i def yourself Ibe esl be clings to 1 pm to the of heart the world re his of you was the i she Rose ii nil your own mistress7 can at receive whom you please Dutiful h his Mother As soon 1 he answer was r or lets her r interferes Stith her Juse plenty of Money d get As the Lov 01 company i Only wish Ellen Well settled As not a w Ith the answer ing heart and in Lousias Everty he replied o Likely to leave ii gland n two Cie y but Miry Dearest Hou l Hersel and he flew toward her ased in on her chair he pressed her had s i a few moments a burst of tears shies As he was supporting her a he i Mary than the position referred to and he dog led himself of the privilege of h 3 Eaf by if Macy to discover Ibe fact it in Learnt be was a neglected wife to bless with her Quick sen bites Aid Lively feelings what wonder was i that upon being thrown Irto the so of in up Chara state Lessly her b head w Friend of her youth she gave o the be cling that soon gain session of her her husband Arcer e Chile ill Ner be ergs her sym a Iver cold and indifferent in heart s peculiarly i unsuited to the impetuous Ter of Mary Fahe could not exist in a Anil y Intel press Lawr of must to 1 shall faint Charles if she j than her. H to me Why of Why did i Day 7 arid she ran up stairs inn in her room threw herself on Kyj come 13" Herselie Knees Ranur Munoz and sobbing god be to a for my i Art is breaking five Yeal a previous to the opening of our our heroine Multry Hawthorn the Young Ert daughter of a Profeti Sinai Man of eff i Rice resin log at is West erd of the town made what among her friends was i capital match she married a Man stood Well in the opinion of the world he Wai what termed an honorable Man 1 idea and Ary e Cou no exis in o Efferen acc and soon turned Hope from one who never attempted to study ppm Ess to one who existed Only when ministered to her wishes in Charles joined ins regiment though f unhallowed love bad passed be the Fli isted orly for each other thought of evil mingled with the Omen Elthey Felt and had anyone o Tell that she oved Charles no wife ought to love another would have spurned the even Iphis Pang was spared her e herself up to the Bright Hope of ads the tied Buie i Thecil Meating again in three months tie three to ruths passed in the dreamy exist inca that creates their Leters were a source of unbounded Delight being the Means of communicating Many thoughts and file Lings conversation would have led to an explanation Between them and Thui deat Foyed the illusions and deceptions which Thev throw around hearts Thev wish in truth to examine tha of the enjoyment they mutually Felt from the abyss into which he Sajiw his love was Likely to plunge her despising the heartlessness of his Mother and ibo King with contempt upon the worldly feeling which had dictated the a Etui still it must be answered and also the threat it contained of speaking upon the subject to Mary he deliberated ret place where she v n or seen Ben morning some seen know when morn Irig came it was fore she could ring for her ashamed to see a human being de whether she suspected the Grace for go she termed be 6 tamed in the letter she conquered what appeared of adding to her difficulties Ai pared to begin the Day but How could she survive if a pealed thought As she Turne room the human heart is a by Mary s Iri that hour a s Ter Ness and Punde love had i she tried to i Bartish even whole qty. 446. De never be Charles and said fore must be slel6sh i is a what my disgrace " a Bow cruel she wronged his Roble heart May the rot be pan one when after a scene by Viveen them of Mutaal upon his in treating her to forgive hit to her Passio no his arms a Ebay Lov pulse natural threw herself let me i 1 will be yours c f o i e i e r i cruel y again be a Wronge this Sec Rice. Would give the happiness he sought he released himself Flora i hot dear embrace the time be id stye Felt be Ici Onder it of her Dis Micioni con Geati Effort polish desire lose and pre hat a Day the Oft re o Leafe her Ange Anoma led with bit place there my thoughts of Lan there ill he care for lat ate in an in nature she not so Dearest shall you Reward me a by sacrificing Arles now and him by be Content him or gently kindly Tell me of any sacrifice for your dear Sake never to see you shall not be he by me Remena is an affection from childhood end i ill do t though it be any More o in love mar classed with the vile of purity shall n ver he stained Ber that ours grown with us looted in a Good soil and so firmly planted that even these tempests will Barm it not i 1 will be time to thee far or near and Youl 7" 1 and i Charles will to do my duty and win our Pardon from god for the sin we have commuted in enliven is such As these they comforted one another when she a Job weak he was Strong and when he was weak she Strong and thus they Here preserved All excite ment past and their love regained much of its Early tone by the firm desire and intention of doing Light they a i to regained hopi Ness dark hours would still sometimes come to both and it opening scene Long before he decided his plans and then now return. Was in such an hour that our occurred Toj which to must lung u nil in Lif in Felt they could not be too us Italy carried out he wrote to his Mother telling her his Mary remained a few minutes in her room and not having a summons descended to see opinion of her letter and returning the one who the visitors were is e had calmed her she had sent him stroked and the thus cause that he requesting it might be do vile falsehoods it contained not from his memory be ind assured her death alone n every Eye lie also in Rote Etter telling her that Cir occurred which Render i an at the present Lime Indi could do but Iro to Mary a Long cum stances had absence from be pen Sable but t Ever she wrote better a he Thibo i than know the fact was his thought As he closed the letter to at it should i Ermina and required his presence k me cold hearted her and in his had received for Igi Lalion with it the one la in his Mother Mary was sitting in her i she had just re her had been undressed the which bore Are turned from Ibe a Tetter direct a Blank her Eye hand writing Chi fell maid she sat Down broke like d to Charles i ebbing room Ete Winch to was partially Pon a letter dismissing her Seal and saw his Mother s something Unver lined it and hand writing concluding that pleasant had occurred but in in reference to herself she read it it May have happened to so tie of our read Era no Hope not to to have such t 1 horror of deep in Ronesa fall non them to i. Did upon our gentle heroine in Reading the cruel letter which Hail been enclosed to her her first feeling was that she deserved Wal they said of her so Complete for the moment was the Gelf abasement Whin had thus rudely discovered the fact if her love to wore off As she c w is Traduce she read the letter Many times before Aie co uld rpm Luj. Believe that the characters t Ere to need Here Charles but this impression Road and Hove Rilely so and saw through tire object w Ritter Ever c whom the Ter Aff Ture and a it went deep the Only Friend t on fide action it was had she been one from when i Ead de Given her Domestic Hij Hood she and tem Lurnes her first Lesso usual Vul our first lessons into the memo engrossed by tirlea was St 11 m and t uld recoil Pressick than the heart boric the War she Cou and Many hours a whom he had afflictions to and Ever Given of a Daugn in human a rebellious thoughts by Prajer which wag be comin., i i by Shore and Mori attended to her Bible also was her const int ind before she left her Roo 11 she had found to Rengh to k Ood that the time was fixed for Charles departure As she entered the room was met by him with his Bat in his hand i was going Mary i am ashamed of myself and not deserve the Comfort of remaining with you supp u to were the Visio she 1 Only cards i been Here How Pale through thank go not be Long in my Power i do but to i Felt 1 and so Jou shall who am the selfish Sobody cares about me i think so much about t is to me extraordinary thing to me to be actin notions of be Well shudder that i May nearly mad at alums exists is 01 Tion. For will know Mother Reli act her word eagerly asked 113 no one has you look and All Dearest it will o torment you As must see you t is i l much fear was the Low reply but you and Why e opinion of others but it in so new a contrary to my n fact As i at a sound and go get an in Chiae per y in your imagine of entirely i made and that at the present hour there is n6t one who does not think you a pattern if i am e pattern Viil in proud Lones which s is she clasped her hands t but no inter a Hurst of dare ended i Lonch me approached us Contini caused Lorr 1 Lull you y so totally e letter that the Reid and even Ender tone e no other in Kinmg one just before she could i Juse herself id seek Relief from the agony shame that oppressed her she had not the Well disciplined mind which in such a Case could seek Relief from a higher Power religion had been to Mary but a duty i Pride had formed of her character and preserved her hitherto from evil since she had loved she had prayed but in tin prayer Cam determined miserable Tourino thought of to her her heart seemed hard ened and when she retired id bed she had to abandon the world and by to was am licit for the Wor paed As be a Bear i there never in Sutej for a far better i cannot say it i soon be gone 1 was the reply in to the humblest in agony and added dotted one and a phrase Don t 1 she said As he Don me v the pain her words me and Ved a pity me who Hia position than i or me to be no Mary anal then my t Lute you the words were sea threw herself into his need words he by at hear soothed he and soon withdrew i think Dearest you would leave me and read and try to t not Well to Day anything on Eart you ease peace i w 1 know you Wil to Day i am b Good Iso ii be does me Good of i perhaps forever Ich will no longer pol cely said before so rms robbing with re no his heart breaking quieted her and she held out her hand should be better if i will go to my room pose myself i am Mary that can give u do believe it firmly Leal excited i shall now Solitude always Len i think upon lha happiness we might have and Wren i think upon the doom i have brought upon you condemned b a solitary i existence Charles Yon can never sustain this life for your Sake i was the abrupt and determined reply and 1 will Tell me anything but hat a she said 10 a beseeching tone i will Uljas the hour that removes the ban you have placed upon yourself did i Bat know our affections were Given to some pare being worthy of you i should regain peace that you will never know banish the idea Mary for i could never Idva but you i have Ever loved you and will 1 should despite myself if 1 were Ever Toj feel for an other a i do How often have you heard me say i believe that love in Felt but once and in hearts formed As hours u be comes a Blessing or a Bane but ours shall be a Blessing and now Dearest 1 will leave you and not come Here till you sum Mon me Only remember that u two months shall be beyond the reach if your dear summons and therefore 1 Pra you to be merciful and not banish me Ion i am con in cd i am better for seeing Yuu come when you i the answer As he left Iii room the two months passed and hour arrived that was to separate them words Are vain to record such scenes enough is told when we say that no change Carne Over the Good resolutions they had of domed and that Mary sought and found strength to Bear that parting months perhaps years were to pass before they met and yet they carried out their intentions How hard it was to do so let those judge who Ike such votaries of love have existed Only for each other who have no Hope no Joy no sorrow but what Springs from the one created each other it was a separation exist ence it was agreed Between them that they should correspond As they had Ever been in the habit of doing Mary retired from society and sought peace in a life of usefulness and Active exertion their lives were Bene fitted by he spirit of love that Jhel its Light around them they were in the world but i not of the world religion became the l groundwork of their happiness j and though apart they were in heart Ever together their lives were one and each became More worthy of the exalted affection they possessed arid thus passed a year and another still their Faith wave de another came and Mary was a widow another came and Mary was a Ard clasped once More in the arms of love she said i not that All things were possible to who believe More Char Lis asked the is she Happy so Happy that she almost trembled at her happiness tin own Midi i drum of his b Jersey he paid for my account through the me. Ent Samuel Ogden of new Khe eerie fraction under seven and a half cents Thil Purchase was made i think r following year Robert free millions three Hundred of lands to a company per acre in 17s2 the same Morris sold thousand acre of capitalists in Holland for cents an acre c Jeanng in the operation about 000, besides reserving acres which he cold in tracts to various persons the Indian mate was extinguished in sep tember for e100.000, which sum Wai paid by Robcert Morns the Holland land company had their lands mrp vied into townships in 98 and 99, and opened Iown for Sale to settlers in february 1s01, of nov were sold to the sett who were generally from the new eng states at an average of 92 per acre credit in 1s27 the Holland land company mailing on band Toge Lue to them by the sett to set i the total receipt tit the lands or flt. The debts

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