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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 24, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIls to of Crog for Liting Orinc of tres 0rtoicc, in blurt Otto Ralitz published weekly by j. P. Magill in Well Borough Toga Dounty Pennsylvania at two dollars a year. A i ,1 i. I r j i i whole no. 544. Vol. Al wednesday mornings january 24, 1849. Select Tali time s change a True ta1e. By Pacl oretto. Find the Reb Ienco of or Harley. At last he Canie to a t ouse that had the name of that event Leurian on Thi door and with a Flut Lenigh e i lift Bee a gift tar Ibe Avenger did in my band my my Linen and Clillie Larold chapter j. Some fifty years ago there was Havu g in the City of brotherly a Young w id w named Clarissa Thornton. She of a respectable Niilyn and her husband while tiring1, was one i of the first physicians id the qua t the family had seen affliction and r id life dying suddenly had left Hei tune Anil without Protection in the or City Ler part without the time our Story opens she was they years age and her Only could a son Call id Theo re Hail seen scarce eleven Summers 10 Mother and to l without friends in the midst of a i place lived alone together in a m one of the humblest Quartell of the mrs. Thornton supported her these Icar less 11 apart n with her Needle to do which she via continually sometimes sitting Tirc night. Lille Theodore at ten years of age Elf arid i obliged up the used to vote his time to Reading to his Mother from r favorite authors. He was an Iov full of generosity and Noble ambit on but is affection for his Mother outweigh Dill his q her qualities for her he would leave his play Wil Cut i was glad Whei he saw or hippy and he wept when he saw lir weep. Ins was owing in part to the natural warmth but More perhaps to her uniform ndoness to him on All occasions. Sli did not him As Many mothers do their Hildren and then Caress him fondly but when h needed oof she did her duly in a kind an gentle inner which could not fail to have to effect up in his heart. From his Mother theofore first Suoi 1 Ned the rudiments of science and under her auction both moral and intellectual Faid the ideation for future usefulness in Tocket but Theodore did All he could to Comfort her but do Elligen it he ran a Phi ing the ii important letter in one the Bell v servant t Marble eps. Grasp and he rang ill the other and then waited for it appear. He Hai Mystic Ca anxiety a at last h ova Ever he Tol id fair that i see or. I gentleman Ter some i had the not Long to kit but when the done Theodore s i beat so violently with could scarcely speak his was to As it happened that and Theodore was of o his presence. As1, alms for Himsel ended to see the alms Arley in person was at , Elay shown in boy been to alone he would have a giver s Faje but he thought of his suffering Parent and every scruple Pride suggested was forgotten Vance in five year father s it Well or Plarl o the presence of a Man about la arty of age who he was told was his end. My lad what s your errand1" asked a looking up from so Hopes with hopeful countenance head business like air from a i the Udo e Felt the blood torrent for t the Gentl destroyed Lik. Bowers beneath the frosts of a Ilumin. Howe ver the boy thought of his Mot Ler and Summ Ned All his courage to put the letter into or. Hirley s what " a leu ind Isenba said the gentleman stammered i Theodore or hat by cast his Eye Over the contents of the note and As he did Theodore with an in heart saw then the gentleman be sinking of t Darken Wilh displeasure raised Bis byes to Theodore and regarded him with such la scrutinizing the Pool Bay shivered he a uie Mother and son lived Togo la vis a hard Fife the devoted became Mela Chol Nowith Salandi a Ness and often Lii la she was c her sewing Large and sorrowful tear a her sunken Cheeks Erp Unken Cheeks were paled by a grief bad made such sad roads Iri h till face hat the companions of h 1 Ifould scarce have known her then had fed from her features trip lust Etc and the Pale sickly Complex plainly luit had mar lid victim o it was Thornton was at last unable to i Lilyn Alness stretched her upon a eng and sorrow. To lion would the u Nan hold her poor child to her heart an i Pray Avn to silent la Natch Over and prot r she was gone Ibe wet Cicil boy1 11 his Mother was very id but hid vice that dhru was so near at hand confined to her bed the to take Oare of her and administer to save Theodore and his Carea wer Ether insufficient to procure the Nee forts. Had she been of she do butt him knew of de would not have wanted friends an any her of physicians would have been ready to in their Power to alleviate her sure Ings As it was there was none to bring he Assis e o Coni oltion. Cine Day the pour woman called Theo Ore to and while his tears fell Thi it and upon her withered to him my dear child when your father to were prosperous there were a be i ashamed to be called our frien i motor inc came they All Jurnei i and now we Are descried and Alon i could support myself i was to time them of their former pro fee min but want and helplessness a so flings crush the spirit which is a of Pride Theodore my son there l to can relieve us and who hl9 aged rolled with a careless and per he was Reading Rush to his heart like was something s air that his unfeeling look that a culprit. Was y Nan in Charles Thornton replied Thodore let Nife mused the gentle Jant have Tomt faint recollection of suck a person. Was he a doctor 1" Theodori replied in affirmative. Well must for you i suppose j Tell your Mother that she need not take the to nubble of sending you around Here again for i will Call on her in a Day or that will by the Best Way and he added in a lower tone of voice. Therle a no knowing when this sort of people Are my want unless one sees piety l Wilh his of r once i forget to the r girl the e irom n told de her Ork Jed of Happy p her Alto scary Noney alive v who but coldly i. As proud is of id bit rally is one will i soon As we stoop to Liim to come to our a Swanee Ile Etta a Frt of rath0r and e 19 very a Job an could u8 from the dust and u if of a am sure he on it me go to him at once toy i then a will come Aid see he indulge in vain Hopes my mrs. Thornton you do no know the hearts of professed Frienda but bring me a piece of pack and will write a note for you to Ake to full of new Hope bounded. Of. And a away the tears of i Joy that Gall bred in began to search for a piece o write a utter i upon for the t Char. Ray the paper at last waa found the 4 m1 d whle with a fee be and ing hand his Mother wrote a Brief let Ilion a Bodroro wrapped his Mother s letter in piece of newspaper and holding set out follow Fig hta Moti in a it tightly or s i her in a Daj eyes go n. Jour Mother or iwo so Sayini the Rich 3 Back upon he slain my b his paper Agun As if Noah As theoc re turned to near ins Orpi Hajje entered she saw to appeared be door for Hin touched the tears rolled Theodore wretched a oked on him to pass. I unhappy boy own Hia care hastened to anxious Kotlier the had been re his reply y lived by his t he said no air of Center ill with which de him for 1 Lief which h e feared to de s Mother indu on the f lowing Day looked Anzio isly for the sex came and in. Harley i the same h next the prayed god affliction meantime into the Goa she might h Dore was w his existence about to die ads o Bop and had become next Day an the widow w o stand by he mrs. Thorntin e. A few in in the same 1 ouse touched something t awards suppl be died Long i the her Al Way depended u saw her Tad no away am the grief of i j the Rich mint his business id As if he had feeding a happened a such Thornl is cd. One Day himself to fed when he was m with All hone daughter i in Only child he asked him in a of the poor Daye merchant a collected the then he remembered the i Fried. Along. Get me humps raised to do than a wee Are getting Julia and do a for her Fath he was Hei Tike merchant walked Street and of mrs. Thornton. He fun out difficulty and on inquiry room in to e fourth Story toil my lad and Don t iat i will Call upon Harley turned his and glanced upon had happened. Of a Young girl of e room and when full of sorrow he madly and held the air of tenderness and Large and silent Orn face. E to acquaint his Anner in which he tier s Friend and no of the freezing dlr. Harley regard of the Hopes of Reed. E Mother and son cited visit but night not arrive. It was the next and the it Over her son and in that dark hour of was rapidly sinking visuals who resided Thrity contributed no her wants else Ore she did. Theo watching her As if her Owtis. Asha knew that she was Boyi Sli heart knew Harley was pro As if nothing had never known that n and her son sex Good humor with t people his Little upon his nning tones what of who was there Theodore. The circumstance and Ife of Bia former Musingly i pro la now More last arrived at the door of the apartment to which he had Bereij directed. He knocked but Noons bid him enter. After repeating Bis sum Mons thrice with the some result he threw open the door and entered. A sad a heart rending spectacle met Hafl new. Opon a , on one Side of the room Lay he Corpse of i female and in its cold emaciated features the in Erchant recognized the wife and. It was mrs. Thornton bedside his hands clasping and his face Bundel in the Leodore As motionless and As his Mother. Indeed the thought the boy was dead to Long intervals Shook with then become As still and of Hia deceased and kneeling by i those of the bed clothes was apparently As of elem merchant might Haj had not his Frame a convulsive sob As before the merchant Felt Strong misgivings on account of his neglect of the family of his Friend for his heart was not sufficiently hardened to withstand the silent eloquence of that sad scene. For some time he could not summon courage to Bay and make hip pre sence known. At j is he touched him lightly on the shoulder ant Theodore started to the merchant s discern who it waa of indignation and i error. You have dome and the boy three bosom and burst into the merchant c purse of Gold from at the boy s feet he House. Spoke his name and raised his tearful eyes ice but no sooner did he Tan he recoiled with a look As much courage Doro proceeded As he could command Theo e evening to the con sent of or. Houlf f for their marriage. The merchant heard the proposal very coolly and ten in a Vert Businesslike manner asked Theo How be waa situated with regard to five by propety and Al Ypung Mai in a 6 in voice Thi t he waa receiving a. Salary of indred Dolla on this reception thunderstruck. I had been a dog m King application to go into partnership with inclined to consid looked altogether supposition. The with a look of pit pressed the Flat the fore he with a heart h in the presi applied to was turn contempt As bursting he said bitterly but it is too late Begon for we do not need you is dead. Fou let her die himself upon Hia Mother s tears. I science stricken Drew a is pocket and throwing it Ned like a culprit from the it in ten years qute scribed and the eur the scene i have just de i acct of this history has readied his a Wenty of is year. I have not space u detail How the Youthful Theodore s time via i passed during those ten years but will simply state that through honesty pres Evence and so Clr conduct he had Siuw out he assistance of friends succeeded in rising gradually in the would. After his Mother s death he was obliged then As he grew up in doors and at last h o become an errand boy. His employer kept him had been made clerk in a wholesale establish nent with a fair salary. It was but a Small sum it is True but Theodore was Young and being of sober and industrious habits he needed no i extravagant salary for Hia support. Theodore had been society in the City of mingled with the Ricl town. True he was a introduced into the first Bro Hevly and he and fashionable of the ways looked up ctn contemptuously because be was Only a clerk but those who regarded him in that Light being peo Isle he despised he was altogether to Independent to notice. Theodore saw frequently in Young girl toward whom at f ret sight his heart warmed in the mysterious so Mattiy of love. Like those who feel for the first tune the influence of the Lender passion his sensations were so new and strange and it so delightful that he yielded his heart with tit asking himself whether it Wai Wise for him .0 do so or not. Al last the Man succeeded in getting in introduction Toh Jis i was not a Little surprised to learn thai she was he Only daughter of the Rich mrs Harley and t in Young girl whom he Haw at Are father s Boi a ten year s before Theodore Felt astray be sinking of the heart on receiving this in Ell gence for it brought up old and of Encl wounds which time had failed to heal. He Emem erod All the Cir the said i something for i ought to go and see How they my hat and Cane 11 sea what i co n do for uie Little said the girl j Raie fury _ running r s Cane. He id look so Sod when leisurely into the ook his Way the residence the number with waa directed to a f the House. Or. D up the Dilu Pridat Slair Aasand at cum stances of his of i Sweet face of the Chil on him after lie had father waa painted in agitation. And lhe.1 c womanhood stood Sefc i Newell not dwell u Story. to a com ing acquainted wit every Way worthy of struck with the Kmon Young Man As Well agreeable manners still less so in her love there is something Fec lion of two Young be fessed. I to the Fervour which permits words have passed bet Jet. This stage of the Moat abounds in sidelong hidden meaning sigh to the slightest Contact Tion while ring at a to All that strange combing Gedy and comedy Atte this stage of things Long with the Young happened that theod he did so the Happy to understand that it this is the second i assure the Reader that sing one for Theodore very Well that the con father of obtained and the Tho had never entered the Mother s death and who had looked kindly coldly repulsed by Hei Vid colors upon his in id having grown to n this of myl that Theodore on be a us unknown Pond her s love and that Julia s and attention of the his goods looks and ens ibid to herself and yielded him her heart. Aven Al in the pure of is whose love is Uncha passion is added that of familiarity As when Een them on sub passion is that which glances remarks with tears keen uen Sibicky pith the object of a Fec a a. Look or word and Tion of Pant mimic tray Lant upon love. Id not however endure is. It very Nalt rally e took the first Opportunity to declare his Pas Ion and at Ibe moment ushing Julia gave him is returned e of love and let me was a very Embarrass and Julia. They knew it of tie wealthy Mer could not easily be rat of minds. However with which it waa about a v Young unhappy in the that so my this i Happy choose that sort of coloured slightly but replied and had a Little Laid this Newa or. Harley was e looked at Theodore As if he him. True he was at first r it All a joke but Theodore of serious to allow of such a without uttering a word and contempt he gave the Young my. To understand that it would afford him great plea Sun to see him leave the Hoose. The order need 1 no urging Pale with sup dressed indignation he turned his Back upon Guty Mercl int. It was the second time Ward the aged sufferer reached int his withered unable to proceed the old Man staggered to and trembling hand for alms a when the Rich Man who was on the Point of my father Ray father1" sobbed the lady entering his House where wealth and every j throwing hers la at his feet and boding Comfort awaited about and saw be head upon his outstretched hands fore him the half Clad half starved and shiver j my Jod it is you Julia my daughter ing object who humbly asked fora buy his supper and Bis lodgings lie was. Touched with pity and spoke kindly to him and dropped a piece of Silver in his hand. May god bless you exclaimed the old Man earnestly and tears of gratitude coursed Down h 9 Cheeks. He turned away but in doing so emotion combined with the fatigue of his body caused him to stagger and fall like a corps upon the cold wet pavement. In a moment the Rich Man was by his Side and like a Good Samaritan he lifted him up and speaking kindly assisted him to reach his own door. I then the Rich Man ran for assistance and recommending the other to the care of his scr my murdered the old map drawing her to his heart and mingling tears with hers Theodore t Hornton stood by in silence by the father and daughter were not alone to shed tears on Ihal unexpected meeting he who thirty Jears before Tat co Day turned away from the door of that same old when a went to , not fir Lii Mack but for his dying who wan 1 Irusle trom his presence contemptuous la ten years Afier that event when he went to Llie hand of his Julia m Marri wept More to think tint Tiue int Lead Gran cd Llie which once he prayed. In he act the High hid been brought Low an 1 the lowly had been raided up or Harley the vans with a heart that beat with the Happy Rich and Liang a y merchant by reveres Whie and Lovely to the sad and Mouzli i Tho was in the we and not a single c oud in Terrene Between and Earth to of cure tin brightness of or Liui the Lustre of i is radiance vol ii i desp the the Brown Fields withered the drooping Flowers and Hilling leaves gleamed upon the f cd of thu Earth in such Citi Unaite . That for a to Julia com i lid. Fora Long time the thought and More ulan that to Bear the feeling accents of her father s display aspire caused her much in of hid voice when he thanked Thorn brought happiness but Theodore s presence soothed her and she soon Idarhea to forget All her cares in the enjoyment of Hia love. The Young couple were obliged to struggle with poverty at Firel but Ibey bore up nobly hoping for belter times and thus they lived tears into Llie eyes of both the gentleman and his wife. The old Man he suited bul appeared desirous of Saj ing something More. The gentleman told him go on. I was id the old Man when you were talking in the other room and without in the Horton and yet about the Houe of far Mer theall there brooded a spirit of which even the unusual 01 the setting Sun could not dispe1, a Sor Row which visas in keeping with t be i the season the windows Iverc ill c Osco l in Turlas drawn up to admit no dle of the door muffled in Crape and apparel t by every precaution taken to preclude the pjs More than All Happy and contented. Kinjiu Eunous and honest and tending it i overheard your conversation. You Sib Lily of noise the very animals of tic will Pardon Rue if i speak boldly but i be help household were Inocula cd the spirit of i am doing my duty. In seems that you have a deadly and even the Beautiful i i a daughter who would accept a proposal of mar i roses and Pink Winch bloomed in their resting places near Llie threshold seemed to Droop till air Annj la id to the ground in Seppli Ance Anu sorrow. Wilid Ile shrilly Ali rough the Barren branches of Iho the Reader will exc i in my narrative to pass Over with me t he will do to i Trust it was a Stormy nil it in the Hiorth of Ber 183-. A cold r pavements of new Fork a biting wind drove about the Corners of the streets and into the faces of those what half past seven homeless friendless observer a few thin gling through divers As this history is nil written merely to please Riago of a poor but worthy youth did you not the imagination but Felso to instruct the heart oppose her wishes. Forgive an has seen much of the world and of the world a bitter experience when he Days to Ware do not oppose your daughter s marriage merely because the Yonng Man is pour me for being so irregular now when i him to in space of Twenty years i without a murmur. Grove Ned die away m a faint Echo tha a Lens the rubbery which encircled the Little i once had a daughter i was Rich j Den while the Law monotonous Mariner of the in fell pattering upon tie i then like Young Man without i rippling Brock Vav Iose cadences apparent were abroad. M the evening an old Man might hav i been seen wandering without an object and without Hope along a in of the proc pal St teens of the City. His hat wore upon is header rather the article he not Only let the cold rain through but even i covered to the Eye of the locks of Grey hair Strag apertures in the bides and property proposed Tor her hand 1 rejected him i by by the solemnity which presided with contempt. He was As proud As i though Over ii scone rendered the dreariness More poor. He sneered at my Pride while my Daugh a tile awful Majety of sorrow More Sor Ter wept. I treated them both cruelly and j Jov Vul. I a terrible retribution seem Hep veil punished me As i deserved. Would i Tho presiding pint of the de horned you know howl the Yonng couple married i Beauty and Joy the a Conns of i Power. Top. His coat was b toned close around him and muffled about Bis face As if to hide his Fea Tures from the rude g death Hia hat which brows might have b n seen a sunken Lustre less Eye add a visas e where fearful ravages had been made by tin and sorrow. As this Aid Man weakly along a earn a few paces before he a i 1 be of passers by but be i drawn closely Over his As plodding slowly and be drove up at a door but he saw a Man in the prime of manhood Ali by and drawing his warm nightly of the Marble step Moab about him run of an elegant Mansio at sight of such i fort the heart of that old Man sink within him but fatigue and hunger Aid the pitiless cold Over came both. Navy and iride and staggering for against my will and my daughter left my roof forever my god when i think of it my heart seems burst my Wilh grief you cannot imagine what agony of remorse i have suffered vain regrets have pursued me Ever since. My daughter would have come Back but i repulsed her angrily and i never heard from her again. From that time i have met Wilh nothing but misfortune and sorrow. My wife died of to god i had accompanied har to the Wrelve and been buried by her Side but heaven willed it otherwise i have lived to see my property forsake me As if the curse of Job were upon my head and i have seen the friends of my Prosperity desert me 0 god it is just As 1 did to others to have 1 been done by until now. Are the fill who have spoken to me Why do you weep1 Why lady do you cover i your face with your hands 1 and you Are touched f thank heaven that not Alii the world is cold and selfish but Why mad Arne do you regard to Kneel before in ant Corner of the principal Roo a of the House stood a Tom Pony Couch erected More Lor Alley la tips of Pun than of symmetry and stretched upon it at full length reposed a female form her face Clear and transparent As the purest Alabaster was overshadowed by a tint of such perfect paleness that she was to ii he Eye More an inhabitant of another world Khan the Baku Tinl Bright eyed Sportive crop Lurea few Summers since had known. Her hair Black As the shroud of gloom about to fall upon the hearts of her friends fell m disordered ringlets about her shoulders in such profusion that ice could scarcely Trace through their Luxuriance the outline of a snowy neck we Rich Lay As it were like a Bright and beauteous bed of Flowers half buried in the exceeding loveliness of Forest foliage. Upon a Coverlet of pure White was he Tinner hand barely of Octan Unous jewels nod marked with purple blood which coursed but slowly through their while even the very Fin Gers bespoke Ilic pm in Quinn Cating id every
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