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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 17, 1856, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAccident. Married Omer. Chapter Perpetna Cut air 4 of Yah 6 copter 8 except pm of copter 10 12 execution . R 17 18 chapter 21 Chipier 23 Ier 24 into court chapter 2ff Prada 27 orphan court appendix. 1_ is of equity part Otic a _ at association Ond year. Its Lor the second annu4l i and popular institution lip Nunry and act Bate beet scale. In ready Tonga Brit is the far famed St ten thousand domers. Jew collection i be i boffo Ien at i Art and tie us have not been Vrr looked. Issued in Many of the most artists who Aich Trifid lest nyl net ions. Among Liem executed by the Gretl Ril ii ram Powers. Ton. The in Tref of his Counley. Macun Ifie Phil Sopher. Statesman. Ims i i Ted Kiki in my mrie selections of to reign Nze and Marble statuary id a Large and and statuary to be distribute members of the Aroc Iatan for of membership. Three dollars constitutes ally Liis association and Entley Butoi i for one of the statuary awl to subscribers fit per k. Meter. my Godey a Book. Be memberships Are entitled to for one year and to motion. The net of memberships Are devoted to a of Art for Cha mooing year. Erred by becoming a member echere the full value of the tar Start in the shape of the Jling e. Is contribute nor towards Art. Which Are at in of he country Collara through its Agency. Inar funds for . Will it office add tit in i the Mig Zine to commence registered at the Post office to receipt a certificate of mein in the Magazine desired will part of the country. Use at joining Liis atm Cintio. They e and free ticket in the annual e same Price they now pay for address Derhy. Actuary c. A. A., Knickerbock i. 343 Broadway. New York j 166 water Street by Jons n. Hon Ellbo Rouglin a. 55. C Botzos. The people. Ned Avii g the Lerv occupied of Jos. Hit h Attea. I lotto of who wih " reputed to a in of Rne rut Jim the i her father had Otie been a m. Rehart and so Emily Saunders is going on oar Rah Feut the i to mime of Pic Nic said Mary with a others had ruined Lim and after Law toss of the head As she sat with of a broken heart. The Mother wis not Long several of her acquaintances. Well for j 5? following. In this crisis Emily showed part i be a great mind to stay away. Agov what a heroic woman can do. She resolved w is no company for support by her own exertions her Little Drother the a Clit step will said one of the and herself and this though her cousins her group Bat on Kitchen maids Willbo Asso nearest relatives offered her a Home. Bishe relating with knew the proposal bad been grudgingly made i wonder asked inquired an and her spirit was too High to accept unwilling Charity. Accordingly she went out As a daily i Don replied Mary Howell governess giving lessons in music drawing brother Frank told me though most of her friends moved by Nar As she the parlor door opened and a Row prejudices deserted her there was one handsome Wung Man about five and Twenty did not. This strange to say was a gun entered exclaiming what is it you have to i Ojeman. He had known her when she was a say about me Good ladies i heard cafe noted heiress and when comparative my name is i passed through the Hall and s Ranger in London where he was pursuing his stepped in to see what treason could be plot , bad been a guest courteously welcomed Ting. Sowany pretty girls get together a her father s House. He was now a Success without Fol Young barrister the idol of every Circle in he laughed As lie spoke and his fair Audi Thich he moved but he did not forget Bis old tors Kog heh too for Frank Howell was a in fact the dignity and Conr general fave rite being As amiable talented age with which she met misfortune exalted As be Wasi Good looking her in his estimation. He visited her and the were plotting to his frankness with which her father s old sister but wondering who invited Emily i a Quaintance stood by her when every on else selfishly neglect of her touched her Ine Pressi Send of said Frank before she Eiven suspected her Dan Gow she was deeply in love. The idea of his carrying her was dismissed at once when she there you most excuse me. A i Cine to discover her weakness. Many a bit can say is j that like myself he is one of the to r tear that discovery Cost her. Managers and has full authority to ask whom but. Within a few Days her heart Tad been Ever he pleases. But what is the objection to filed with strange Hopes. He bad Given her an miss Saunders irritation to the Pic Nic projected for the first of she s nothing but a re Jirtle and How of this morning he had sorted his sister contemptuously. her a Moss Rose Bud fresh with Dew of that s it is Frank and there and scat it up to her while he waited below was a bit of sarcasm in his tone As he pro-1 he was Slie knew too sincere to deceive her needed. A school teacher is not refined i and surely he was aware of the meaning of the enough for my Fine lady of a too in Sweet Token what wonder that she blushed no rant i suppose and can t Converse As Welland was Ambani used when on entering the As her companions. It id too late Alary to j i tie parlor her visitor Rose with a smile which prevent her going but i can Tell my Friend the j was succeeded by a grateful glance from his state of the Case and As h is Jospe rattly in Fine eyes As he saw the appropriation she bad miss Saunders perhaps he won t re of Iii gift. Gret being compelled to monopolize her for11 he., came Forward with an enthusiasm Onu himself. Of course none of you f suppose is Al in i in and taking both her hands in his Mil speak to her said you look like a Angel no said several voices whose own he had never spoken in this Way before and ers did not care to sink in Frank s opinion and in Lily confused and agitated As she was stole who saw that he was in part the Chai Pion of a glance at his face to see if he could be in miss Sannders no. No that would be rude. Earnest. There was no doubting the meaning we will be civil to her j of Jiwat look. Love devoted love shone out of but she will nut be said Ali Lise Fine eyes from the very soul of the looking around the Circle that is Plain to 1 speaker perceive. However Ladius. As the invitation to continued staling Arm not ii that Mary did like enily. No one could help liking the Sweet girl unless prejudice closed the eyes of reason. Before 1 the Day was half Over bad the Inex pleasure of Liis Sitter and be Wulk Itig with their Amis around his give 1 Usu glad to Tiit there is a ill if Waist Wiiiliam no i Iti in to insult tier. It rat lit a Odd blog with happiness and Surrino Fain i. Him for support ".yes, duarc.-r., you Lolik like an Angul and arc one im-1 if you on up Onmi your la Igi it to Luve one of Little worthy of it As me what Bliss will in mine that an Atnia Bli it Natwig lady is Iju niuta Berau in the her Amity have teach for alive Liliuo ? that s All very real ill Luj sister but you would t seriously have your sister Are silent. Am i Sheri to despair intimate with a poor Llu fact though Emily had it first leaned on and Why said Frank Bis Fine eyes i jul for support she had recovering Hei flashing. Is it any More disgrace for a to it length As he Pra ceded raised her Bead from mail to work than for a Man i Honor the his shoulder and with his last words bad even woman who supports herself if poor far More glided from Hia embrace. But the tone of deep than the one who becomes a tax on sadness with which he concluded moved her to sounds very said his sister pay. She Laid her hand on his Arm and look with sneer j but How can a girl who spends in v up smiling into his face said Frank her time in teaching be either accomplished Orit was Eil Qugh Frank Howell for it wag he hrmself1, As the Reader has perhaps suspected very replied Frank they All Frank Howell we say saw Suffi Are the most truly accomplished and Raj find of client in those eyes and in that smile to assure the Ibex. The life of idleness in which most him. That he need not despair and putting his wealthy and fashionable ladies indulge is not around her again he Drew her allow me to half As Well Daltou Patea to de to Nard him but he kissed veloce the higher qualities of Jour aex aset Tlyas n i Jerould kiss a Long lost and teach Rifg suffering Viva tops. I recovered sister. Doubt if Inaa or woman is Good for the Pic Hio Piehi merrily off. Oni heir Way much h till Uliey have proved and strength Teeth Fine old Woods in which tie party met Frank no told Emily that he wished to keep their dwindling existence of file secret Tell the ensuing Day. You such my Friend i think Haas a 11 meet my sister Here and wish i Hiir to gee evoke a to Ai d before Abie hears of our being will when he matrices Imit a wife anal not a affianced. It will Embarrass you too much to a m have the announcement f or and with words be bowed _ left the Rooner. If you Tell All Hig Hertert were -in1 a consternation Snow the decided , on the pre ceding afternoon had created a reaction in boldly and Iwho carted Enid yes favor tie sensible portion of his Good ii carers ii seen the. Folly of their and Iamb to miss Sauners to their Anli Patby to miss saunters to even sister who was Tho conversation accordingly grew ume one creature in though a by flattery and fashion was sorry for Baving herself so decidedly. It was Nat after the when All to gentlemen but Frank had arrived morning that wkly Sanders stood before the it was evident that he meant himself when he in neat Little Cham of a Friend and there Arasmo lit tie con Ber Mooij Lofing her Toilette for Ted Pic Nic. Among Loiue of the Lair guests. His dress was while and she was pacing. It ii Rit apis Annjoe do in her bowl or his own was More than half in of for tie Day with a governess but As she loved Ivanik Low. Valued Bis judgment she first Token had received from ithe Gen a ways came round in the end to his opinion Leo Ian in a tettion and Whest it was and ont this occasion j did not depart from her in a latter pleasure. Her Agi general Rule. In Short by the time i Auk a ution compelled remain longer before need Mary was prepared to be not Only civil her Glass than she had intended Bat having to Emily but like her if possible. Midy evidently charmed with her new acquaintance. It was a Happy Happy Day. The spot had been judiciously selected Inan open bit of Wood land through which a Lucid Stream fresh water. I from the neighbouring Hills wound in and out 1 Between Borders of verdant turf. The company broke up into pairs some wandering off alone some sitting by the Brook and others grouped in Little bands Berean there. When the dinner hour came All gathered together again and while the ladies sat on the grass and were served the gentlemen unloaded the hamper or leaned on their elbows helping their fair part ners. That evening Mary Howell when she reached borne heard of s engage ment and to the Surprise of the narrator who had expected to see her quite indignant an swered Frank has a rights to choose for him self. He and i Are alone in the world so there Are no parents to please As for me i have met miss Saunders to Day and already love her As a sister. She is Worth of Tho Mere butterflies of fashion., with whom i say it with shame i have consorted too much. But will take her for my Model hereafter and try to be More worthy of the esteem of the and she kept her word. When Frank mar ried Emil Mary with such a Bright example of womanhood before her became cured of All her faults. In turn she married a Risi Gyoung barrister and is now with her sister in Law supremely Happy. The Bride of Horn Island. A peculiarly strange and romantic Little Island says the n. 0. Picayune., is that elect Hon situate in the Gulf of Mexico about twelve or fourteen Miles from Pascal Bola. On the Island surrounded by the Waters. Old Barry Waters lives and flourishes with his family. Harry however is not the hero of our so much As Harriot his daughter is Rieur heroine Harriot is a Beauty without of nature s own unsophisticated children., of Art science and philosophy she knows no More than did the ancient of the pasta Goulas and to the rigid rules of fashion she is even less a slave than they were. Roaming around the Island and swimming and fishing in the Blue Waters of the Gulf were her con Stant pastimes and if Beauty unadorned be indeed moist adorned her adornments were certainly of a Pel fact order Hei h lir Mno cent of comb spread the Island by on fat Friend and a number1 of tiny ladies and How the wedding fete was kept up amid fun and frolic for Zimny a Day Anol night Long May the descendants of Peter and Harriot flourish Oti h6rii Island worldly pleasure the countryman in the fable Wotila stay till the vef was in All away and then go Over dry but the River did run on still such ate inordinate worldly desires the deceitful part prom Seth to Sec them run Over and gone when they Are attained to such a measure and then they Are stronger and wider in Ore impetuous and unruly than before this insatiable desire of worldly gain can never be replenished and so being unattainable the labor which is spent about it must needs be in gainful and disappoint the expectations which were built thereupon to look for peace of conscience Joy in the holy guess Nvard and durable comfort., in anything which the world affords is to seek a treasure in a Coal Piti if you go to the creature to make Yon Happy the Earth will Tell you that blessedness grows not in lies furrows of the bed that is not in the treasures of deep cattle will say it is not on our backs crowns will it is too precious a Gem to be flu and with attorn we cannot satisfy the heart h. R As the Shadow of the Earth makes nigh in the air so As Solomon Speaks the world is in Eccles. Christ As the heir of All things who could have commanded the attendance of All the creatures in a Low world was pleased to live in a Low condition that he might Mike it a damned to death Bat the Farthing was placed in the Imperial Crown. 1 r to thus the Farthing had delighted a child had procured a beggar bread had released a prisoner had saved the life of a Sultan and of an emperor. Therefore it was the Imperial Crown and is there one could Only see that Crown. Pear that eternal life not the least depend ence on worldly wealth either in his procuring it for is or our deriving it from him. What an unnatural and incongruous state of things would it be Angela to turn world Lings and reasonable souls have the same self same blessedness to look after As Angels Bishop Reynolds. The Ducat and the Fathing. By Fafty Howit. _ i a Karing a Man complain that political a a Ducat and a Fathing had Jast neen coined pts had become such liars that in the great print where All Tho Gold Silver and Bis part he did not believe any of them re Chipper pieces arc made. The two Lay close minds us of the old Story of the Miller and Side by Side and Beautiful and the Clear u s three sons. Oming into the Mill and find Light glittered upon them. Ing a grist in the Hopper the old Man cried thai cried the Ducat off Tom have this yes _ Bill have this yes Sam have you tolled this grist with Liee thou Art Only made for vulgar Copper and not worthy to be shown upon by the Sun. Thau Wilt soon be Blade and dirty and to one will think while to pick thee ii from the ground. I on the contrary in of costly Gold. Shall travel through the world to to princes and Kitiss i Liall dug eat tilings and even , perhaps become part of the King s at the same Moi ent great White near the up and turning her Side the under Mast be uppermost to make All and the Fate of those two coins was some what the same. Piece Canie into the Possession of a Rich Uii scr who locked it of in a Chest among get number of other Gold pieces the miser fearing that lie should die buried All his Gold in. The Earth that no you Are All a pack of lying says the old Man Don t believe a word you toll it Ripple from the Fountain of health. Counterfeit Mosquito Bill gravel from the Road to ruin. Handle from a Blade of grass. Pieces from a broken Promise. Buttons from a coat of arms. A guide Board for the path of duty. A Good Exchange paper says every tradesman who Gas daughters growing up should Jet them acquire a knowl Edge of Book keeping since in. The changes of v Fortune they May have to get their own bread. Sess it after i m j and there lies the proud Ducat Many a Young lady who is proficient on the i till this present time and it has Grawn so Black Ano can scarcely earn her Board such Are the and dirty that no one would pick it up if they multitudes of , to an accountant situations Are always open. He Only is worthy of esteem that knows the Iirth a and came to High Honor and this is what is just and honest and dares to do it saw it. The Fathing however travelled far through How it occurred a cd in the mint received the Fathing in his wages and the lad s Little sister admiring the Bright Little Coin heave it to her. The child ran in the Garden to show her Mother the far thing an old lame beggar Camo limping up and begged a piece of bread. I have said the Little girl. Give me then a far thing that i May buy myself a. Bit of said the beggar the child Hin the Fai thug the beggar Limpos away the Baker pc. Whilst be stood in the shop an old acquaint Ance dressed As a Pilgrim with his and bag came up the Street and gave the Rich children pretty pictures of saints and holy men a lure Deposit _ a child was found and the Whilden dropped Pence into Box door of a dwell gon Buffalo Street Rochester Whit i the Pilgrim held in his hand. The beg a few nights since. A paper was found in the Gar liked where Are you the nil Basket in which the child Lay which c to grim Lepied Many Hundred Miles to the thas child of sorrow but t r it u heed its ones and take i of Sci Salem where the Loid Jesus was born care of to it was Tarcen in. And and lived Aud died i Mui going to Pray at his family at whose door it was left holy give and to buy the release of my that his master of his own passions and scorns to be a another s. Such a one merits More respect than those Gay things who owe All. Their greatness Aad reputation to their Ren and revenues. " it tax a Man comes Home and tries to Bolt the door with a Sweet potato pokes the fire with the snout of the Teapot attest nuts to wind up the clock with his Boot tries to Cut kindling for Liis morning fire with an Ivory paper knife takes a cold potato in his hand to Light him to bed and prefers to sleep in i boots Yau May reasonably infer that he acquaintance of some very brother who has been Talon prisoner by the turks but first i am collecting Money in. My Box. So take my said the beggar and he the Pilgrim the Urt Mig. The beggar was walking Awin hungry came to the Baker but the Baker who had the poor old Muu the bread he was about have bought now the. Pilgri Iii travelled through lands sailed Over sea in a. Slap and reached the pity of jerks Ilam. W Lien the Pilgrim arrived he or Ted at the Sypul Uhrt pies outed Hui self before the Sultan who held his Bio Thor captive he of Freud the Turk a great sum of Money if he would Only set . Butth Turk required More i have nothing More to Offei Spike the Pilgrim than this common Farthing which a hungry beggar gave me out of Cointa Sion. Be thou compassionate and the Farthing will inward upon the conclusion of in a Vil Lage Church the bridegroom signed the Regis Ter with Bis x the pretty Young Bride did the same and then turning to a lady who had known her As the Best scholar in school whimpered to her while tears of love and Admi ration stood in her Bright eyes he s a dear fellow mis1-, but he cannot yet. He s g ing to learn of me and i would not Shamu him fur the world a quiet a bickering pair of qua kers were lately he ird in High controversy the husband exclaiming i am determined to have one quiet week with thee _ but How Wilt thou said the taunt ing spouse in which married Ladica to Provo Kegly indulge in. I i will keep thee a week after thou Art Quaker s rejoinder. Milikin if us much of a wag As a and to make his Jaggery Tho More a Clergyman. With his White Era vat and sober he _ was at one of the hotels in Springfield a few once an. Was .7 weeks ago and his decidedly clerical appear let. The Sultan put the Farthing m his pocket j successful he affects the dress and manner or and soon forgot All about it the emperor of a i i i r is paper

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