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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 5, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIn of intelligence is Danby. C or family i lit in by . W. Years in my prac a Plant mention they have proved justly recommend diseases As a i they May expect pre Tidoni of the or s Bailit. Stor Aliva or fam in a Good and Safe s. Williams. Oils Esq. June 15, 1842. Sire conceiving i on the Public by meet Orlive or a it some time last is attached with in affection of the Iii ally recovered so much so that Loose its Efficacy restorative pills idly regaining her 1 in her usual do Ile by Wellsboro Burditt. Printed and ibswe1 me Elffia Dpi bibs vol. . 46. The steeper s. They Are deeping who Are deeping 1 children we vied with thai play the Tan of night Are peeping Anu the son hath sunk away. As the Dew upon the Blooma bowl them on their slender item j so As Light u their own bosom Balm sleep hath conquered them. I they Are sleeping who Are sleeping mortals compassed round with woe eyelids wearied out with weeping close for very weakness now and that Short Relief from sorrow i harassed nature will Susu Iri till they awake again to Morrow strengthened to contend with pain. They Are sleeping who Are sleeping 1 captives in their gloomy Sells yet Sweet dreams Are Over them creeping with their Many coloured spells. And they they clasp feel Aga n their Long lost Joys but the haste with which they grasp. Every fairy form they Are sleeping who Are sleeping misers by their hoarded Gold and in fancy they Are heaping Ems and pearls of Price untold. Golden chains their limbs encumber. Diamonds Sofia by orc them Strown but they Waken from their slumber and the splendid dream is flown. 1 they Are bleeping who Are sleeping 1 pause a moment softly tread anxious Are kindly keeping vigils by the Sleeper s bed t other Hopes have All Ona slumber deep speak not lest the slumbered Waken from that Sweet that saving sleep. They Are sleeping who Are sleeping thousands who have passed away from a world of woe and weeping. To the regions of decay Safe they rest the Green Lurf under sighing Breeze 01 music s breath Winter s Wand or summer s Thunder cannot break the sleep of death. That Lig Counte Ual sift seemed ening s read in som que ready As to to Ter. Dispose Munica her Antl All one the Ion to the. Bless from Fraser s Magazine. The Only a scottish tale. Fantastic Pasiona maddening Brawl and Lisa Means terror Over All deeds to be Hiti. Which were not hit which All confused i could not know whether i suffered or i did j for All seemed guilt remorse or woe v my own or Brothers still the tame j life Tising fear soul sliding r Coleridge. I the collage of Andrew Dawson was one of the prettiest among the Many pretty Little dwellings on the pictures que Bankson the Tyne. Would i could describe it As it first struck my fancy on a sunny summer morning when first rambled amid these scenes in the Days of the years of old. It stood Al most in the Centre of a Large Park or pasture ground surrounded on three sides by the bending River whose Banks were fringed Wilh u Row of thriving Willow Trees. Over the front iof the dwelling Eglantine and honeysuckle were with he Luxuriance of years had come to spread themselves almost Over the Gray roof itself Hall overshadowed every window. Behind a Large Jarg Onelle tree was planted to the Walls below which Jay a Range of Busy murmured revelled amid a profusion of Flowers with which the tidy Little Garden was Bor dered. After the extremity of the enclosure ran the Mill dam. The Mill it self of which three generations of an Drew Dswson had been the successive tenants stood a Little farther eastward Over the top of which on the opposite higher Banks of Ine River might be seen amid the Rich Green old elms the vied Lowers of the Kirk in which they had from youth to age joined the Assembly of the people in the Praise of their maker and at whose feet they Iliad in turn lain Down in Faith to sleep the deep o death. The Miller and his wife were now somewhat advanced into the Vale o years but though industrious from Hab it and a sense of duly the exertions o youth had received an adequate record Pense in the comforts which Ena bled them now of i Joy. Around their Home and within it were abundant indications of Rural plenty and id the Possession of an Only child they found an outlet for those feelings Wilh which nature surrounds the heart of a Parent. And Well was Jenny Dawson worthy the affections which she repaid three fold to that filial duties and with an earnestness an alacrity and Devotion which seemed to Render their exercise a matter of pleasure. In a extort she was rather above the Middle Saluel Wilh by Fry j. P. At of half yearly in or if not paid within the year. Wellsborough wednesday july 5, 1843, Fine eyes and Auburn hair and though educated to even More than the usual degree of persons in her sphere of life she retained an innocence and simplicity of nature about which marked her at once As possessing a Superior land and rendered her the Pride and de if Jet of her friends. She had clothes the Ance in the radiance of Perepel f Sas if All the thoughts within and Happy and though care never to have thrown its dark Udow Over her it might be Raer features that hers was a Book in its sensibilities and As sympathise with the Mourner i chorus with mirth and laugh e cheerfulness of her natural i in seemed com a itself to All that approached by assiduously endeavouring Inocel Means to please every j became almost in contradict the proverb a Universal favour such a child who Waas Light Flo their old eyes the aged coup e lived a life of Contentment and Hap piness. They had no sin no wish in his to id but to see their daughter Lor she save in making them Jessi tenth had now ii reached her ear and the Zenith of her Fern nine by Auty. The management of the had been for a year or dually resigned into her hands now almost wholly so expectations of her friends ores Ghi prudence and disc re Amily two grand via she Bel in her Worth and Beauty were not Lestine 1 to pass unobserved and she asked nol Tor admirers in abundance. The favoured was a Young Man. Acted As clerk Al a Neighbour ing Blanchfield and who had been Long assiduous in his attention in feeling her Home from Church. He wan an englishmen of the name of Dennison and carried Wilh him All the attractions thai a handsome person and insinuating Man ners could bestow. Acquaintanceship gradually ripened into feelings of a warmer presents were exchanged Between by de Grees almost Imperf Pemble a few words of Gal try were introduced into the conversation of the wooer. Nor were such together unpleasing to the ear o our h Roine for be it confessed thai a Moi unconsciously to herself the seeds of a latent affection for him were Foster i in in her bosom. On e a week she went to the neigh Bouri in Markel Lown and As Good for tune Ifould have it she almost invariably Riet Dennison on the it g i lined pure Accident and it never Struc d her that though for years she had p issued the same practice she a Nevei happened to Meel Wilh him unti lately i the Day and the hour of her settin out now became to be looked for Ward o and counted on with some thing f the feeling of an Era and she took i Pride and a care in decorating her p son beyond her wont. Perhaps of ii she was scarcely herself aware nor w re her innocent endeavours in of Temal. Kind looks and Kinder word pjs Sei i Between them of platonic Lov wot not and their intimacy Soo id Inlo Strong and overweening on. From indifferent subjects conversation Soop concentrated it on topics congenial to their my eel Ings and left behind mor nos be Terins repos her t he w turn altho f the spirit that indicate the for and the love. Presence of genuine ver were soothing words or Flat appeals lost the ear of Beauty and Joung Dennison showed Himsel not in capable of such i Gration. As h walked by her he would with a High deplore la Weir approach to the Field a the of which they were to part a and indicate by broken allusions lion Happ j he could be in some Home How Ever Humble with one like her. H told Ier the history of his earlier year his Boyish his youth Ful his school Day Friend ships whatever he imagined Coul the n Ore engage her to him. Thus no Confidence in making e repository of bosom feelings n not Only her Confidence in re bul her unmeasured unrestrained go Union fessed love. Vonjj clouded but luxurious autumnal even in when the insects were hum Ming Orer the Channel of the Type the Trout leaping from its dark slum Brou Mirror and the Bird singing unseen mid the deep Strelch d along the grass at the foot of a Wil of tree awaited the return of Jessy rom the town on her homeward Way. As she approached he started up and running towards her said in a manner n which anxiety seemed mingled with passion As he seized her hand within oth of his come away come away y love i thought i never was to see of again and yet As i measure my happiness by yours it were As Well hat i had missed you As i have bul lorry tidings to communicate. I have his morning received a letter from Yorkshire which Calls me Home and bout an hour ago i have resigned my resent situation. My place is i be Ieve already filled up and by the end of the week i bid Adieu to these scenes i fear for As he said this he looked her in the Ace and observed her face not Only to Ose the Blush which their meeting had occasioned but to Wane to the most Ashy he took no notice however of not unwelcome Token it continued. Well Jessy away i must go Here is no help for it out of sight you to nov out of mind and a month hence you will have no remembrance of him who has left his heart with you and can never Hope to meet with another Jessy Dawson on Earth. And you will other Swee shearls Jessy plenty of them but none who will Ever love you so faithfully As i do. Yes. Yes they May wait for you As i have done on Yon Bank by the water Side and perhaps you May Tell them that another in Bye past Dayi has looked for you rom that spot at evening to see you Nome and to pour out his overflowing heart before you but thai he went away and you never heard More of the newest is Aye the sweetest the past is Over and the poor girl was overcome by the abruptness of this declaration Ami in the warmth of her feelings she Laid aside All disguise. Of say nol returned Jessy with some animation for perhaps you Are judging More harshly than you should changeable some women arc but All Are not alike and belter than thai May be expected from some among us. See that the Faull May not be Laid with More propriety Al your door than at so you doubt my constancy Jessy do i do not altogether say that. Be see the Swallow s nest yonder at the Corner of the window for a number of since i was a Little girl that same Bird Haa bigger in that spot and relied its Young ones and though forced by the cold of Winter to leave us it Aye returned Wilh the glittering of selring after its far journeying through the air though Many a Gran Der and More glittering Bield it passed by on its Way and All perhaps because we saved it from being molested Long go. Travellers Are like the swallows thai flee away but whether in absence they remember their friends is a mat Ter of doubt. You know Charles that they Are said to have a sweethearts in every town and Likely leave a break ing heart in each so not be so bold in preaching up no he said giving her hand an affectionate squeeze i May have had Likings before but i never was in love until now. Tis True As yonder Sun is now setting do not take your hand from me. I might have said As much before but i did not dream of being hurried away from you at this time you Are jesting Are jest ing said Jessy affecting a smile which betrayed both pleasure and pain thou As if suddenly recollecting herself she added Butl Ama Giddy girl to be lingering Here and a All events i am determined never to desert my father and Mother. No no i cannot think of leaving them in their old Days. Bul what i am speaking would not leave them for the whole but what is thai you have brought me Gold locket i take it Jessy As a Keepsake from me and Wear it in your bosom. When you look at it May you Call to mind him who is far Well i will keep for your said the artless Maiden but see we Are almost upon the House and what will my father think if he see us thus wandering together. See yonder he is himself standing beside the what can i say to say nothing to him for he cannot know me at this distance and since me must part Good night but As you have a particle of regard me meet me Here to Morrow evening. Do be sure and come now As it is the last Lime i May see you and it would be a heart break to me to leave this without bidding you so saying he Shook her hurriedly by the hand and departed. In. Jessy hastened Forward to the cot Tage by the Side of which her father was rioting up some weeds from the Flower bed and As she approached him he stopped for a moment from his occupation and said Jessy my dear who was that who parted from you a Little ago i scarcely think i know the of i dare say not an swered Jessy untying her Bonnet with some degree of embarrassment and colouring slightly. He is a clerk at the Beachfield and h would like that you know him Loo but it is not now Worth while making his acquaintance for he leaves this and goes Back to England in a Day or in spite of herself she could scarcely articulate the latter part of the sentence into which a Mournful half querulous tone was involuntarily thrown. Said the reverend old Man As he rested on his Hoe How came you to be acquainted with him be Ware of strangers. I is hard to judge ill of any body because we do not Kriwow them but it is much better to Trust them we have Are be there try said her Mother As she showed herself at the threshold come away in you will be wearied. Your father is not thinking that you must be both tired and Hun Gry. Come away in my so saying mrs. Dawson turned round and stepped in while Jessy casting a hurried look to the path on which Dennison was disappearing heaved a sigh and followed her. When Jessy Lay Down thai evening her mind was in a state of perturbation the serenity of those who lie Down without care to sleep of the fled and she Felt like a person who has just left the flowery paths of childhood to wander amid the thorny brakes of the great gloomy and responding thoughts the fears and doubts of consciousness of blame in not reveal ing her secret to her kind the consciousness of her standing on a Brink from which she might plunge either into happiness or misery weighed on her spirits and she counted tie lagging hours As they passed silently Forward from Midnight toward morn ing. She was up however Early As usual and busied about her household tasks although that cheerful song was mute to which the caged Linet Sang responsively. The Day was a Long and a tedious one but at length it passed Over and the hour of her parting assignation with on already too dear to her approached. The Suri was pouring his Crimson glory from the West Over the tops of the Forest Trees and obliquely staining in Mellow hues the Walls of the apartment in which she was arraying her Beautiful form for this meeting with her Lover and As she gazed in the Mirror she seemed for the first time conscious of her own witchery. More time was lost at her toilet than was at All usual with one so artless and simple and often she did Only to undo for her thoughts were flurried and her heart beat Quick but pardonable enough she thought within is perhaps the last time we May Ever meet together. Would like that it should appear to him that Charles Dennison is about to leave one neither in make nor mind unworthy of his regard. Her bosom was the scat of a thousand con tending feelings she glad tumult Tuou sly rejoiced at the near Prospect of meeting the Man she loved afflicted that this meeting was a parting perhaps a last one. She considered that she was totally unexperienced in the ways of the world that she was still but a girl in her nineteenth year yet she Felt what a month had brought Forth what eras May occur within the lapse of a few weeks thai As it were but yester Day she was a Happy creature and now the pledged wife of one who was almost a stranger. She was fearful at the lengths things had Al ready come with one of whom she. Knew almost nothing save his affection her and for aught that she could say to the contrary might a vie been a cause of sorrow and reproach to his relatives. Her parents knew Noth ing of the matter their advice she had not asked their feelings she had Over looked their Confidence she had despised and As she poignantly and sorrowfully pondered on these things a warm silent reproachful tear gushed Over her Cheek but she wiped it her Young buoyant unsuspicious heart overcame All scruples and hushed if it did not extinguish All tears As in the Beauty of her youth Andjiano Cence she stepped from the collage door into the glowing Lustre of the eve Ning. The aspect of nature was almost unearthly Beautiful Birds were singing amid the Bushes As she passed along in that luxurious state of suspense which Only lovers know when Joy seems too ardent and Bright to be lasting and life very feeling of a species of enchantment. She looked around with Eye which were nol her own and As the Sun darted fare Well beams through this dark Massy and picturesque Clouds they brightened up domes sauces and pillars of fairy illumination. Feet the cows Lay basking in ease and enjoy ment ruminating their food amid the fresh grass. The wild Flowers glowed with hues beyond their wont and almost seemed nol Only endowed Wilh a consciousness of their existence bul of their Beauty. The winds asleep yet out of very Dalliance the leaves twinkled and showed their while linings on the tall bending Wil lows. The Golden Grain stood in Ripe Ness Over Fields which it seemed Loen Cumber with its Luxuriance and far off the Green receding Hills showed their Woods and cottage windows spark Ling in the casual floor of Mellow Sun Light. In the distance was heard the monotonous but not unpleasant Mur Mur of the Village a Low continuous Lively Distant dog Birls and the lowing of Remote oxen. Life seemed to assume a new aspect before her and her feelings were different from the feelings of other Days. She poked at heaven she looked at Earth was reposing and Bright and Beautiful then she glanced half unconsciously Down on her own person and while her heart flu altered within her she fell than words could express. V thus strayed on Hij artless and inno cent Jessy Dawson in a perplexity of enjoyment a tumultuous crowding of luxurious and romantic thoughts nor was she recalled to herself till at the appointed perceived her Lover awaiting her arrival j had selected a Lilile frequented ath that none might intrude on the privacy of their feelings she linked her Arm in his. The Sun was just Dart Ling his Farewell rays override Western Hills whose Deli cities rapidly became purplish and hazy. They wandered on i happiness As if All the wants and wishes of life were satisfied. One Afulei another the songs of the Small ceased having the silent air to the wit tar of the Swallow. The hedge rows on each Side breathed Forth their per fume of wild Rose Bushes and As the lovers sauntered along Earth seemed us if created but for he enjoyment alone. And they loitered unconscious of the shades which were deepening around and of Llie distance which was lengthening Between Uhm i and Home. Her gentle Weiglin huns upon his Arm and she fell herself More Harr Happy. She feared it might be or the last time for the f human enjoyment and suffering often fearfully her will warmed with dirty when she the night of shall not happen she thought to herself i life is riot so full of so eels As thai we should spurn them aside when they come in our Way and i should like trial the re whole no. Ing kiss upon her lips. Then came pouting and soothing the gentle rebuke and the gentler excuse until at remedy was worse than the ail. Her youth her her unsuspecting innocence were bul precarious i have Flot heart to proceed. I. V alas How dreary is the plunge from Light to Jessy Daw Sou left the cot Geof her patents she Felt herself in her sinless being almost by Happy thoughts and feeling by the passion of hire love and by the Romance of Hope beyond the withering Sway of time and the perishable elements of mortality. Vahai was she now to what had a moment and unrewarded thought reduced her she feared to hated hated the world she exec rated the hour of her birth suddenly had her sky been overcast and a storm of Hor ror which was destined to overwhelm blackening and brooding All unforgiving she knew was the world and thought she to her self if heaven be As unforgiving As j she sate Down upon a Large Stone by the Gate of a wheat Field it was wet with the Vesper Dews and Lay beneath a dark umbrage us Chesnut tree. The Sun was Siars were met in the night wind was abroad stirring the e branches above her with a Hallow and complaining sound. The sync Dirk irid in illumined murmured sullenly Ever us Channel. Here and there on the Plain she saw the spark Ling of the1 cottage windows and Felt that no Home could evermore be a Happy one for her. How was she to return to hers the Pride of her heart was hewed to the dust her self respect on innocent was lost. She was As a tree swathed by lightning Flower Over which the Poison Snake crawled. And her parents heart As if it would burst swelled into her doa ing and unconscious parents her dear father and her dear Der Mother what were to become of them How had she repaid their la Tours of affection How were All their instructions advices trampled on in implored blessings set aside is trifles nothing the Finger of scoffing was to Lepoir Nedjat their Home infamy coup led with their names wretchedness brought on to Weir Grey hairs of a cold sweat came Over her and As bled a selves of suffocation caused her Touloose the strings of her that she might breathe More then she Rose in her despair hurriedly from the Stone and hastening wildly speaking aloud to her self in the Tumuli and bitterness of her i am miserable she cried i am undone for Ever of that Fly Barents could forget Over had a in Righter that the Earth would game my Swallow me forever concluded next week is the basis of every virtue the love of truth As we value the appropriation of heaven or the esteem of the world should be cultivated. In All cur proceedings it will make u rank. Ingenuity and Candor the most powerful Charm they univer Sal Lavor and carry an apology for Al most every failing. Membrane of be a Long theme for meditation to each when we Are far sap raied from each other May be by lands and lju.1 at length the deadening Twilight called her from the delicious reverie drawing her Arm f of within his she pointed to the gathering stars and said what a foolish girl am i to he wandering Here and the night coming Down upon the lovers stood for a few moments in silence gazing on each other then seizing hold of her hand passionately Dennison said and since be part so soon do you grudge me an hour of your company a Jessy Jessy you Are cruel cruel bul let this plead for and drawing her Graceful form within his arms he imprinted a Burn be about rifles and childish to rage and be furious is brutish and to maintain per Cental Wrath is Akin to the practice and temper of devils but to prevent or suppress rising resentment is Wise and glorious is Manly Ami divine. Lore h the epitome of our whole Dull and All the sweetness and endearments of society that can be so Long they Are lawful and honest Are not Only consistent with it but Purta and expressions of it. The present Only not for another Day what should be done this to Morrow even we be permuted to see it May bring its own cares. Remember that one Day is not longer or stronger than that procrastination 13 the thief of time ought always to make Choice of persons of such Worth and Honor for oar friends that if they should cease to lie so will not abuse our nor give us cause to year them if enemies.-, importance of who have meditated on the Art of governing Mankind have been convinced that the Fate of empires depends on the education of youth.
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