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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 4, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIn Floros paper u looted Lafis a year. 46. American aristocracy of the nimble things on i North Tho q App rest no if Pride of to birth among Vojir fierce _ a Brit list a Hundred i prop it a dip from Effii o couple of mum Prcin a for str cars Neil Wren Niilo Crecy a Mehsli incl Friuli fran Rte Annii Spanish Grunn i. I Tolan. Dyl Cli Anil danish Iligir veins until vanish in our so u i a Jolt if indeed it Ever succeed in finding lilo Eirc tiption. Upon it. My snub Himli Friend Loni ily thread you ran i intend in Linin Good Ranson in Apprll ind Vii my Wii ii d Ai the i dry b Ponc pm Nhonn vocation or. Than thin your Hoim Icilinc. In a Loop off tronsor i Lioko Clinti us Riley re Ilion. Songs of Yoke 1 a the Good old of Yoro ring gone quite out of by old Vir finia r i in Vonh enrol him slalom 1 in inc nip heard the Tolci of coming lir Nikuli inc but turn Yoni you my Bull tical Sui Annn Ivon l to line Trio song of , so veil a Gir to Ted liar Lor Hume tune Trike i Liele Ned Tjien .Il Ruffulo t r f str j he usually at during the Day Hung a picture yet is was not for us to see. A Plain Blue Cut turn was always drawn Over it which silently Ond always in the1 same folds As if it had not been withdrawn for Many years i it was the portrait of a Young girl and very for one evening when Accord ing to invitation we were in the study playing the mischief with every thing that came under cur hands a slight Breeze from the West window fluttered and raised the curtain and revealed the to me by ibid in Light of the study. I lamp. I of course did not know who it was intended to represent but it was always in my mind Wilh the solitary path to the Church Yard and. I always thought of her As the Mary of the Little Gray Stone yet i never fancies until she had assumed reins of government and was nearly spoiled. One evening or. Maynard or old John As he was familiarly called sat on the Western Piazza As the Sun was setting. He looked the Hale and Hearty old gentleman one before whom care and trouble would vanish like the spiral Clouds of Cigar smoke which anon he puffed Between his lips. Bad a look of. Determination something which stud he would have things his oven Way desired it and yet have ii Way of gaining his ends so pleasantly and adroitly that no one Khew his intentions until they were a com thin Ever and yet withal he pushed. Oli. O Morv Lay. C Nir Chr . Unrun Toni i m la Art that i a i Ili Roli Kiili Delight and Hijii Ali nip Llic h Carl. To litre i seemed something sacred something which i j ought not to know and that the knowledge thus accidentally acquired out not to be divulged by me. But the pleasantest thing of All Wasj when Uncle Tom came Down into the Kitchen of a Winters evening and told of the Beautiful i stories which he could relate so Well. A no Lone could Tell stories like Uncle Tom. He j would enter into he subject so earnestly that we look every thing for truth and laughed or cried As the nature of the Cense demanded and Many a Tito in the midst of a dad passage my i futher Lias let the fire to out of his i it was half smoked Anil i have seen the tears Stream Down sister Ruth s Cheek and Lizard h or sob As if some Grout misfortune were hanging Over some one of us and i have known Uncle Tom s voice to grow tremulous his lip quiver a s if something in the narrative Lay near his heart but by a powerful Effort he would always matter his feelings and go calmly on with life Story. I shall try to report some of these stories at second hand narrating Cari fully As my memory in Uncle Tom s words but they will be nothing so Good As , with his musical voice and Earnest manner related Lif puff puff there he sat smoking away and thinking of something very pleasant no doubt j a smile would occasionally play round the earners of his Mouth and he would rub his hands Ether with infinite satisfaction. N. Soon a Light step was heard in the Hall i daughter Alice appeared. Everybody said Alice was a Beauty and so everybody told the truth. Her dark hair and dark eyes and delicate complexion would win Many a heart that had sworn eternal hos .Il to to her sex. And then she was As full of present a visitor not yet having the Deuce with in car entered upon clerkship. At the , to Tor he too. Khz too she observed How perfectly easy and com waft never Rita than then and never half there but no h in better spi talkative or not think kit her As of Beauty and had such winning ways thit nothing could resist her. She inherited from her father a slight vein of Wilfulness and it Yas really a pleasure to see them contending to Ether old John in his humorous quiet Way by Nging up irresistible arguments and she a thing them All to pieces by the most illogical imaginable and he would generally laugh and let her have her own Way. Said she Why did you Send David Deans away 1 i m sure it was very of you. So Long and is so quiet anal industrious i m sure it will break his it. Then besides his poor sister will e to go into service again. It is too bad i now Don to said old John passing is Arm quietly around his daughter s Waist am talking in the Best humor imag Naulie his i f. To t j i i 0 u ii in v 1 i Ujj in i nut tint blazed and simmered on the Kitchen Tom by icicles clattered 6n the1 eaves and dropped i against the casement with a tip tip like wayfarers . A great fire of logs i was Buziuk Hearth and the half Circle j was almost formed. In one Side tit the firc Yot the she pouting. Well who i a no Ukaj Niv unc e he vis fill lick s Only and elder Bruth a and mire All was a not one of those a a Iii Ansof who arc continually r5i a Tver body and every thing More y to sex Tut a he arty tile Guod i of the old Strain Jet As draft had in Many in in leaves still n Hoy in thong in in its snows Over his fit t hating women though or thought of them a Dii in . His no l Siut Btl k. Enter Him ijuii1uj Ili Ujj a ladle Hern to our in family who in listening is d in t trouble yourself about David. What do Lence. Formed a halt Circle around the huge Wal know about business you take care of and see that we have Tea he table by seven o clock1 exactly. I la take 1 v to like him Littfe .Il Ixl said old Juhu same Lime draw ing Hei closer to him giving her a Hearty kiss. Shall hate continued the deter de i d be obstinate. I Weil iia the him if you replied her i not in the least angry but 1 can Tell he is a very Lively Lel Luvy and not accused to be hated by the ladies. However you better Liyoi you Reserve All r love for Harry Wilson you of that dreadful Harry exclaimed Alice struggling to throw off her father e Arm by which he still held her in close confinement. Place sat father double shotting his Black Tobac co pipe. Next hint wag in flier. Just turning the Heel of a stacking. Sister Ruth occupied the next Hiir and she was very Busy working Yot a Wash woman s on the top of a Bache i lir s Pincushion beside her sat the Bachelor for whom tins piece of Domestic goods was work t Yoth tin ii in the in c Lep Ami .Il i a ver l me the Rary i a .viii.m. To lie c w some fairy i d her Tim Beauty old Over with a ing. Lie was a. Cd sin and bore the family name Charley we called him. He and Ruth to i Joy each other s society very much and passed the greater part of their Leisure time together. My place was next to Cousin Char Ley and on my hand the vacant Arm Chni j was waiting for Uncle to Complete the family Circle. I at length the door Ope Neil. And the pleasant i old Man appeared. He entered Rubbin his i hands and smiling benign Antly. Every chair moved about an As if to make room for him though each there was room no already. Futher his pipe and Mother turned the life sister Ruth left off her cause of this Tempo Tom corned unwell it. There j in of and Cousin to f Vum o Tir cottage a Charley Sonve Hisch Nir a hitch nearer to her .Il in Russ the Fields to j while-1 sat quite still. Even the blazing logs , flu Carlny at about armr of fire gave extra bits and flare As if i to y i passing through a Gap too making preparations to listen to u wound among the grass grown . Uncle Tom with a few pleasant stepped abruptly before a Small great Many pleasant smiles took Stone which stood in the Corner nearest accustomed seat and commenced the even tic . And on which the simple epitaph Torl ailment in these words Conj nod Mary is. Ellis told his j about five Miles from Boston on one of the Abr the Small Gray Mono was Over thoroughfares leading to the City there used to stand an old fashioned country seat. It was Ali Iccy somewhat Back from the Road and screener from the dust by a Ihrck set Hawthorn hedge which grew As straight and regular As Brick work. The walks within were Laid out with the same regularity and neatness and Lead with Many a Labyrinthine turn through the whole premises. Now it took you by an Oval it invitation not because Pond where the Tish glanced Gro in wit ii and , and 1 Reinem the solitary pathway when but n child. T Uncle twin Nat Rich but he had enough. In sat Iii y .Il his wants. He had always lived is i Ince my remembrance arid we All had a mystery Ems love and veneration for him which we Coumbus unit i explain. Ills Little room on the South curium of the we never entered stall in fear no him but because we respect the Sun now among Flower Beils formed into hits quiet half eccentric manner and were Catharine wheels arid got Lii crosses then away not willing to disturb his solitary studies and among Groves and trellises almost impervious Rockita icons. Were often invited there of to the Sun. There were a great Many Beauty Uncle Tom liked to have Young things that i shall not attempt to Tell you of. Tappy people around him. He used to say it every thing was Beautiful and proclaimed a made him Young again and. Caused his Silver wealthy proprietor even to the Silver plate on hairs to hide themselves and he thought a Man should always have tic Henr of Lor How much experience and life labor had the has lived with us about him which seemed to win upon her father wonderfully and he never seemed in a More pleasant Mode Vlista then. There was something in his manner so dignified and gentlemanly that she too could not help respecting him although in her Good night to her father one evening face and the clerk sat on the Piazza together. T8e parlor windows we open. She added. I added. I m sure i Shalf Kate him for taking to David s i wait a bit brother interrupted a two went on swimmingly at the country seat old to find his new clerk a remarkably whal s a11 exclaimed old John and Alice sat at the piano arid played to old John began to talk about the business trans actions of the Day and seemed Pahic ulary de lighted at certain Good news which he had heard arid which he had just finished relating to the clerk j remarkable in t it 1" he fax claimed. But he might As Well have talked to the pla8 Ter statue of Neptune which stood on the Greten before him As to the Young clerk. He was either listening attentively to the Jhu sic or else his thoughts wore far a Way for took no no Tice of what old John said to him out sat silent his head leaning his hand and his eyes fixed upon vacant tier pipe s out said Uncle Bill is lighting Tom while brother his pipe we Glide Over Tsvor months and make ready for a new chapter. Months had passed away and Ash a a Timmin Rulif Lare pleasant and passed much of ,.his time Jyh the Little counting room. He was fast in the Good graces of miss Alice too for True manliness will always find every heart. She began to like him very Muth and seemed pleased to have him near her s and need would sometimes meet his Advt ice More than half Way. Perhaps like a Dutiful followed her father s example and liked the clerk because he did or perhaps she thought he must be very lonely and took compassion on him How his May be i cannot Tell but i do know that she liked him very Well Loo As might be seen by any one who her. She often walked in the direction of the counting room which stood at some Little distance from the House and frequently Bat with her embroidery in the the Trel up and staking the Curk s half e continued i dreaming by Moonlight j. I a bad sign bad romantic w half Here ally come Here shouting to his daughter. Walter states up arid would have prevented him but he continued to Call the piano ceased to Miyadi and appearance. A i what do you want papa she asked. Here is this he answered falling the midst of our conversation dream ing Iby Moonlight i want keep him 1 i beg Pardon said ing an balt t was of but that said old was talking. How Ever i will Tell to u we listed Arbor that overlooked to. The Flowers too will it up Yot shall sing that duet with which always ornamented her parlor Mantle the Fane you Sung last a fret and mind it the Beds in you Don t go to sleep Befi ire it is to wished arts he finished the sentence Wilh a shake of the or the m or twice to open the counting room and actually go in when no one but tug Young clerk was there and at such limes he to received her with such a Frank cordial and talked so pleasantly to her that she would gladly have change d her Tabor bout or for this Little room crowded with business and ponderous ledgers As it was. At when the clerk left her for. A moment she actually climbed upon the Long legged desk Stool to see if it were really us uncomfortable As it looked to be at least so she said when suddenly surprised her that High Perch. But he helped her Down so gently and gallantly that she would have been willing to try the Experiment Ofton even if it were As uncomfortable As it looked. Shif was always delighted whenever Walter fray Don t talk of him in and Why not a said old John he is to your Hus Baird you and a smile f merry Hull serious played Over his features Lesa id his father Anu i Weie old in requested be pleasure of her company through schoolmates and he would die of grief if he he she would take hip Arm without ought we were not to be Brothers alter alland4 were never old ill Alice still but in vain. Old John held her fast and his Rry face settled into a serious Earnest expression As he added besides he once saved my life mice answered nothing. There web some in the manner in which he said these words As Well As the meaning of the words selves which completely subdued to e tears beamed in her Beautiful dark eyes threw her arms round his neck and rested head on his shoulder her Long Black locks the front door bearing in bold writing hand the he was Maynard was a retired merchant. In the full flush of commercial Prosperity i is beloved wife i had fallen into the quiet sleep of death. After that business grew irksome to him he could w cur reach and the room was generally in a i not Bear the Busy hum of the City the Home confusion when we left it. Yet this did where he had been Happy was so no More to it trouble him it rather Picaso l him the More. Ulm taking with him his oldest and most Ruth he was so Good a Rcd that nothing trusty he with his Only child Alice re could. Hite cd his head. During our visits to his study we were at Liberty id Jia Nolc every thing which came with vex him and i act number one evening i noved to this quiet spot. The care of his pro no pulled sister Ruth s doll out of hid great party was left almost entirely to his tried and inst .Il where it stood heels upward honest clerk David Deans his own time was a his Only exclamation was occupied either in his study or in the society of his daughter who being an Only child was of m course indulged in All her Little whims and 1 is i Macd to All Over opposite the Graat Arm chair whore sir3aming Over her bosom she said nothing. Ild John Drew her closer to him and kissed he tenderly. There ally lie said we wont talk any More about it now. I know you do All you Cari to a Ife your old father Sti nhe said nothing but Clung very close to him. She was a Good girl was Alice Only Little Gilfol. A servant entered announcing or. This was the new clerk conduct him this said or. Maynard., ally Don t let him Surprise us in a family quarrel. We his first Imprest Sions Good put to less time than to takes to Tell of it and the new clerk approached them. A to see you exclaimed old John grasping the new Comer s hand and look ing a cordial Welcome. Ally this is Walter Davis the Nev notwithstanding her determination to hate him she smiled very pleasantly As he took her hand and her Welcome word was said with a very Good Grace the new dark was apparently about Twenty two years of nge rather Tav Siut Well formed he was dressed in a very Plain his situation and yet there was something no ble about him Tor All that. You could see it in the firmly compressed lips the deep thoughtful the easy Manly bearing. H certainly was not the person one would hate. Any unnecessary coquetry and full of life and love Ibey would thread every walk of the labyrinth not excepting the Catharine wheels and the gothic Arches. In the Grove they would listen to the songs of the Birds and together wonder what they we re saying to each other and invent Many strange translations interest ing to none but themselves. They would stand Long on the Edge of the Pond and Alice leaned on the clerk s Arm you May sure As they watched the Gold fish darting across the Little Basin so rapidly that the whole surface of the water seemed marked a Jyh red lines. He gathered Flowers for her too walked leisurely along and each Boquet thus formed was to her a whole Book of love each Flower telling its own particular tale. As the Sun touched the horizon they would climb up to the ardor while the Birds Sung their Good and watch the Bright Colora Rowand fade upon the Western sky and build landscapes and cathedrals and cottages of Ever changing yet in his conversations with her. Walter Wos never sickly sentimental or flattering. He just what arid sometimes a of exp downright honest thought would find itself clothed id words which Many would Call coarse and ill Brewr but from him they came so frankly that she a Tver thought of such a thing but liked him the More for them. He never flattered her told her How was but his whole manner was a tacit acknowledgement of Lier. Beauty truer and plainer than words could express it. And ple and As plainly to him As if he had been a brother. 7 of those evening walks were Beautiful to both but they were laying a foundation Jor something deeper and More lasting than common Friend ship notwithstanding Harry Wilson and the two Good fathers. Their natures were Grade Illy blending other like two neigh Boring colors of the Rainbow and the line be tween them would soon become extinct and a separation must be the destruction of both. It was Verj strange that old John with his Bro therly intentions toward Harry Wilson s father did t observe this for he often surprised them earnestly convening in the Sunset Arbor Long Walter moved his chair closer by the Side of Alice and took . But there was still a difficulty neither of them could determine on the right pitch. Alice ran and struck a note on the piano and returned so finding it All the Way. She eat Down an her hand involuntarily fell upon Walter s he pressed it in his , and the duet commenced. Both the words am the music were very Sim ple they were the expression of love pure and holy and never did they sing better. Walter s whole soul was thrown into. The his heart beat to the sounds his lips uttered. A slight pressure of her hand expressed to Alice How truly How deeply he Felt the Beauty of love and her voice trembled As she Sung add ing still More to the music y there was silence for a Short time after the of Thi i r voices had ceased. It seemed old John s turn to dream now. The Beautiful music had called up old Happy scenes to his mind perhaps the thoughts of his Yoi Ith and burst love was leading him away for he sat silently with his drawn across his eyes As if to Shade theml from the Moonlight. J Alice approached him and Drew her Arm around his neck he started As if from a trance that was very Well very i like that music. Now ally you and Walter take a walk through the grounds. I la lightly Cigar arid sit Here by myself dream hey Alice left him Wilh a kiss and taking Wal Ter s Arm they disappeared Roland on Angle of the walked Onward toward their favorite Arbor. Every thing was silent arouii3 them the glowing leaves banging motionless an accidents though perhaps not Ana willing listener. I he Ciai Tefeil n it half whisper rubbing his hands and smiling most i f Ball hate Hirn am he added mimick ing. Alice. Again rubbed his hands and with infinite satisfaction. 010. Mackes Zic. Of jul a than court Lite and prize in Folb to Doir give me heat devoid of guile in pledge tear. Oit time a in b t a timed Honi Oit v to with bleeding hair t it doomed to tear. Like the sparkling tint glad Ilion the Flower like the Dew of Liliy renew Iii Droop ing Power tie Only pledge of truth we have that gift Offiel Vernly a pliers prototype i crave the tear. I Hen Martha Wilh n Milb received her much loved Saviour dear lie Nhu we Neon once deceived filed Mory. Tear. N it that be doubted Mtrtle a Jove sincere that mile he a Oft had Faith let proud while were Ever True. Mistaken training in tooth. In any thousands of instances it May be Bert de that even before a child has been Waind from its Mother s breast Maligna Nuis posit its Are not Only fostered but Are regularly Taugh both by Precept and example. Boes a d i la open to hit his head accidentally against he co Ner of a table it is taught by its nurse and Eri by its Mother to avenge the Iii jury on he in intimate object which caused it and to Shibi its prowess and its revenge by beating he does it any through murmurings and to cajole it into oboe Dince Tatien inspired with fallacious Hopes and kure 1 with deceitful promises of and if pleasures which Are never intended to be Eliz cd. Does it require to have its physical Wei s exercised a wooden sword or Aili Bip u it into its hands and it is encourage to Ilay energies by inflicting strokes on a dog t a Cal or any of its play Fellows or companions have seen a Little Urchin of this description free or four years Osage brandishing its wooden word with All the ardor of a re beating its _ strokes on every person Thile the foolish parents were exulting in the prowess die played by their Little Darling arid encouraging it in All its movements. By these and similar practices revenge falsehood super tuition and the elements of War Are fostered a lie Youthful mind and is it to be wondered at a t such malignant principles and pcs Sioux Duld grow with their growth and strength Chi Vith their in nose hideous forms which they of slime amidst he contests of of Maxins by which children Are fre under the Domestic roof and he foolish indulgence with which they Are related by injudicious in too Many in dances Lay the of inundation of those petulant Atid malignant tempers Are a pest both to Hristian and general society. Indulgence often leads to an opposite extreme and produces Sich a degree of insubordination among the Young that nothing is to be seen and heard Buta perpetual round of scolding and beating and contest of angry passions. Among the lower the chinks of Check ered the floor of the Arbor t g up thai neighbors will approve As the through them in this wherever parental dral windows rest of the the Arbor auth p Rillis thus undermined and Sach conduct was their cd Anceli and there the two lovers i sure foundation is Laid for stood Side by Side As if before an alter and there i an Esten Iive display in after life of tile Malig Walter told How deeply How truly he loved her How often he had sat alone since they had known each other and yet not been lonely for her image had always been present to to counsel him How he had Jon Gedi for the time to come could make Thia confession to her when Hie could press her. His bosom As the dearly beloved one. Alice did not speak. She was Alwayn Rilent when she Felt Moat deeply but her silence was singularly eloquent did not to withdraw the Little hand we Reh be held by. She did not try. To. Remote the a Jiff Iti Litjen circled her Waist head Iby his and she wept for a Fermi Joy. I now what had become of old John brotherly scheme 1 the Rainbow hues were now completely blended. Soon after he two Beers had tamed the House old John came stealing cautiously through a i where he had been Nant passions of the human Thos. Estimated the Etar Lyra to be More than limes larger than the Sun which fills a cubical space equal to Miles. Of such atan lays within Range of the Telescope and Between every two there is an interval of More than Miles of Pace. Who think of what lies beyond the telescopic View in such a thought is not the mind lost in Sublimity and grandeur v the believer s Confidence. The Earth May shake the pillars of the world majr Tumble under us the countenance of Hea Ven Majy be appalled the Sun May lose his Light the moan her Beauty and the stars their glory but. Concerning the Man that Trust eth in he knows in whom he believed he is not Juno rant whose precious blood has been shed for him he a Shepherd Fult of kindness full of care and Foll if Power. Hooker. V Upun the Trees and the Many coloured Flowers ranks of says All Seenie listening As if to some revelation of Are under no restraint from decency you my the night. The fish Pond was one entire Sheet j sometimes see a father or Mother running out of Silver not a rip p be the peaceful j into the Street after a child who has fled from surface acid the soil Moonlight streamed through i them with looks of fury and words of Exedra he vines and gothic Trees and l oni Ami they Are often stupid to Ima

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