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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 24, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWadswo dollars fifty cents per an terms of cents a year and for Cash actually in Dollar will be discontinued until All Are it the option of the i Rise rents not exceeding twelve tines ii rec times for one Dollar and for cents we times not six Lineal inserted for seventy five cents. For one or three inset tips the Jama 5 Liberal discount yearly Milvet Iscra. The a new Haven columbian Register. Our a incr in the Breeze. Our Banner to Tho Breeze to drop or Fuller never Bine s Lar boundaries to the seas ski Roll upon Tho texan Shore. In to t gird on in might in crushing arms that freemen wow i sith unbroken front unite loj form along the Battle Field. Riei Phalanx dense , and firm and a dismayed Waves Resistless sweep fat to cola Tibia Magazine. _ in Story of love and death. In a v March with truth s and b Ade. J still they the gathering throng Fth in rings afar the thundering cry Distant Host along Ron Dallas Victot re Eubig look on in wild Maze despair in every e a , to quench the Blair to in aps lashes through the sky Bey hoist their Frozy Flag Coon skins through the an a they drink and shout and lung St hour Flag Ebwin or Tho Field of conflict won above i in eternal grave h Victory s 1-Rishl and cloudless Sun our rom d Gonfalon shall wave Anil us lion every Distant clime Froni Voi a and every sea shall claim bpm Atli its folds Suhl Imd tub Thomous a Birthright of Tho free. Nti Ocsai what Joy shall pour its ,wriiin5 Anthem on Tho wind when t ii lol s Shino no More shall barely wind the human mind critic Ami copy. Skins All Thrali As Ion forgotten tilings Jwj m i ant o or the land shall full Tomt 1 ii Tii and be Edom brings Dimente that tha pure an probable ease and All the have a t induce s going. Of Sencial other Partitive ban Anc Power s same As never e almost the pre pretty minded As Motl her Chil so Brou position fruition he to course human life bit ? can language describe it is a vapor that appear eth for a Little Tinne Are then vanish eth that vapor is Olen Jii ded with Many a Bright and fascia Ray As evanescent As itself. The enchanted traveler looks and when the passage of a single Cloud obscures the whole lil ii a Man cometh Forth like of me the my comme Gress of the Neighb had Al in the cottage As Tea work i or at and j 3 is Cut Ellen pretty Maur Well Al a mate resp Blessi they will that Facto Couk the and station arid poverty Are no Impe though it is generally True continuation of the passion in its tenderest. Development is most int for circumstances of temporal import. Anxiety care no mutants of penury and Jency to Harden the feelings to Fis Nesb and to destroy that out bought and sentiment which is is the existence of affection for an to though Humble station and com Yerty were the widow Shee children and though Maurice Odilion in life was precisely the heirs a truer or better affection sted than that which had grown up of childhood Between Maurice and y Ellen Good too As Well As or the widow Sheehan was a Strong id a right minded woman her duties bad been wisely performed am Ren boys As Well As girls had been t up that their natural excellent Dis As Good seeds were ripened to the of Industry temp Ranee honesty and harmonious and affectionate inter s members of one family nature of my Story does not require explanation of the manner in which Al love of Ellen and Maurice had its Cement or any account of its pro t is enough to say that the husband widow had been while living the and Friend of Tower s father who gone to his last resting place that Young Man s boyhood the widow s had been almost As much his Home of his father and that whether in play at Chapel or fair in the. Dance Akings the widow s Tyr sons Philip Mes and their Friend Maurice were Able companions. I have said that second of the daughters was both and Good As were also her Autu Bors her it w Long Horn sole the with a the Bloom of hot ii is on his Cheek it with the paleness of death. To buds of Hope put Forth in tomorrow a Billing Frost comes and lays am vow. Vian the steam that Beks the Ocean it has its ebbs Annj is Ever hastening to that expanse of water in which ii is soon lost. So we Are urging our passage of eternity. Thou Earnest Thorn away As with a life is the seed time of the As men sow so will they reap. They that sow the flesh reap corruption but they that now unto the spirit shall of the spirit reap life that Harvest season comes space arid who May abide the Day of its coining he goeth Forth and weep eth Tea Iii precious seed shall doubtless come rejoicing bringing Bis sheaves wit him1 out he that Wasseth the Golden Rea Ioanin Slot i and thorns and twist los Briar Anil Nettles the of heart shall mourn and and starve forever. Lif.5 is a pilgrimage. Every Day we tra to our distance either in the Strait and Nar Row Way or in the Broad and beaten this pilgrimage the statutes of the vows arc our song or our Joy or or scorn the Christian Pilgrim looks for a belter country even a heavenly. The in careless traveler seeks nol be Jon present gratification. Life is like the Day. It has its morning Wenjian and evening. Most die in the first any reach the live to see. The list. Even they that live seem for the most part to be when the Cine is it is As a dream when one such is life and such is the estimate heaven places upon it. Shall mortal am be More Wist than his maker and place pm a different estimate yet this is on evil in i Dot for the Sun. This is the tendency of the Kraan mind. To Check this tendency and to create an opposite influence in the the object of the text and of All parallel Pas boast not thyself of to Morrow for know est not what a Day May bring less Inte Holt Tio that fires Seq ire one bee1 pro Cep in a Ell i Cal Wabu g i u of i co Al Forth an g Ami of m w goo is the a dazzling Flash of lightning and instantly a peal of Thunder which told with powerful emphasis the wonders of electricity can these things be produced by Chance the infidel saw the Bright Flash and Beard he Roar of heaven s artillery. He did not Tare to scoff at deity for it is a terrible thing to deny the author of the elements when they Are out in their strength. J w the rain too ceased to Moon came Forth in Beauty the stars kept peaceful vigils o or All who slept. The infidel was look ing out on the Lake. Bright satellites reflect in that vast Mirror seemed a diamonds cat fared on a Sable pall. He god before men dared not in his Solitude to rail deity for it is an impious thing to deny tha Power of the almighty when the winds and Waves Are hushed at hid bidding. Id by grasping at time twi har e teach Eaas the a cube told tue Man who was sentenced to be Hong for stealing a clock. Lity literature am amusement. Wellsboro july 1844. An l these two accordingly turned their Steps homeward while Philip set off slowly for the rendezvous. Of blessed moments of Youthful pure and fervent affection what a Charon they ent and perfect throw around the realities of the pres the recollections of the past How is the happiness of which they Are the min Sweet and elevating Ard holy their influence upon the soul while they endure life is itself Felicity the fair we breathe seems redolent of perfume and we go to the potato Patch or Garden and work industriously for a while if requested but he never did any thing of this kind or accompanied them in any of then movements of his own voluntary purpose. His Only pleasure seemed to be in the society of the women and the widow fancied that he self More particularly to a attached him the eldest sister whose resemblance to l the lost Ellen was most obvious and decided it May appear strange to is me but it did so happen that the regard Felt by the Sheehane Beauty of music and de All of them for the unhappy j live in a world of Light. We May imagine what pleasant discourse was exchanged Between a tits ice an 1 Eljein As they walked. The healthful fre Liness of the atmosphere the Beauty of the Day their Mutual affection and the near approach of the time in which it was to have its i perfect consummation and these of fruited to excite their spirits and fill their Sjuls with animation and gaiety. With cheerful jest and merry laugh and Many a Loving word Between they beguiled the Way and neither had Ever Felt More perfectly Happy j perhaps than at the moment when they reached the cottage. Ellen stood at the window while Maurice went for the gun to the outhouse where Philip kept it hidden. It was quickly drawn from its concealment As Maurice approached the House Ellen called out to him in the Gay buoyancy of her heart challenging him to shoot her shoot me Mairice she exclaimed fire at me if you dark i Don t believe you could hit me at sixty Yards let alone a Bird at Maurice laughed and Shook his of you must not be afraid of the gun bursting Oung Man was increased rather than diminished by the Terri ble calamity of which he had been the instrument. Takin their tone perhaps trom their Mother who As i have said was a woman of Strong judgment and right feelings they seemed never from the firs to have can any of that dislike or in Pugnante with which Many persons regard even the involuntary and innocent cause of u disaster prejudicial to their interests or Ai acting to their hearts and it is certainly Tiue that the at and Dominion of re remembrance. At the Sugge Sjon of the widow whose greater experience made her. Feel a deeper anxiety for the poor Young Man than was present to the minds of the others her son Philip one Day undertook to follow Maurice to the place of his seclusion wherever it might be and to that himself near the Mourner s cottage at the earliest Dawn of morning he traced him cautiously and keeping himself warily from View to Ward that among the Small but deep in ironed with Bushes and Dwarf accessible Only by a winding difficult path among Steep a had been designated As the place of rendezvous on the fatal Day that had a Beau Tim rejection it cannot be that Earth is Man s abiding place it cannot be that act of life is cast of by the Ocean of eternity to float a moment upon its Waves and sink into else Why is it that tha High and glorious Aspi rations which leap like tem ple of the heart ate forever wandering about unsatisfied Why it that that Rainbow and the come Over us with a Beauty that is not of Earth and then pass off and leave us to Muse upon our faded loveliness 7 Why is it that the stars which hold their. Festal a round the Midnight Are set above Trie of our limited faculties forever mock-1 chg us with their in approach Abele glory and finally Why to it that the Bright forms f human Beauty Are presented to stir views and then taken from us leaving the thou and streams of our affections to flow Back in i i he torrents upon our Are born for a higher destiny than that of Earth. Here is Arram where the Rainbow never Ades where the stars will be spread out be fore us like islands that slumber on the Ocean and where the Beautiful beings which Here pass before like shadows will stay in our Prisenco p pachment they had Felt Jor h received among them As the m when he was future husband of their Ellen grew stronger and More tender in their contemplation of the overwhelming sorrow with which he lamented her. This was strikingly manifested in a conversation that gassed Between him ant the widow one Day when no other of the sent but after consultation with her two sons. Maurice she a d to him it is better of the it was god b time that you should get grief that s consuming Yoi will my poor boy and what s done can t be undone. Sure it s wringing yourself you Are and giving the heart break for you to and blowing away your tinted it is not loaded. 1 saw Philip draw the charge be fogs he put it. Away Maurice gave the gun a toss into the catching it cleverly by the Stock is it fell with his hand in position below the guard and his Singer upon the trigger. It seemed As though a fatal destiny was resting upon the Euen con your friends to be pining and sorrowing this Way forever i know it he replied but the t come out while the life lasts. When i it St her i lost All Ive for and Why a was Good tempered industrious instructed for one in his condition of Nat of a Small Irish with handsome Young fellow enough the was therefore perfectly suitable in alls and when the widow s consent and r were asked for its completion Ere Given not Only with Hearty Good t grateful feeling of Confidence or daughter s happiness Satis by provided for As a Loving Parent Lesire. Be trothing had existed a year or More e Day for the marriage was appointed. In was now in its prime and As its la Raould be completed Ellen was to leave other s cottage to be ase from the Home which she ipad so Lared in peace and happiness to another of which she was to be the Light the Juhe Centre of Content and Joy. Eat Plen Ishing was All arranged and the Loving Aid of her any a kind jest Many a peal of Harry was busily employed at the is of Leisure from such Thrifty House asks As the exigencies of their Condi r required in making up the wardrobe was to be her Dower in the be of a Mother to that of a husband. F readers know probably that in con Tice of general discontents existing in d for a series of years breaking out at least in open rebellion Laws have at times enacted and rigidly enforced siting the Possession of fire arms sex her Lover cowardice family was pre by the Mother printers never enquire thou of the Printer for the news for behold it is his duty at the appointed time to give it in poor girl for again she challenged to shoot her bantering him on his i his want of skill and the certain even if gun was loaded her safest place would be right before it while it was Bis hands. With another laugh Maurice levelled the piece at her in an instant the Sharp report rang out and the fell dead i pass Over the anguish the horror of the monent and the scene. There things which writers do unwisely that i loved or cared to should i think to be Ever glad or Happy again please god the trouble that s with me will be Over soon when i go to join my poor murdered you re wrong Maurice to say to and to think answered the widow. There s them that love you yet and them you might love and Many is the Happy Day in store for you if you will but do Whit s try to forget be always fretting and complaining and fretting at what the lord been marred by so fearful a Here on approaching with care and silence Philip discovered his unhappy Friend lying prone upon the Earth and so absorbed i grieving meditation that even when Ali Young Man Drew near and stood beside him he remained unconscious that there was a Spectator of his distress. Deep sighs labor de from his bosom at intervals and twice or thrice Philip heard him utter in Tive heart broken tone the name of Ellen but other words he smoke none. Philip Sheehan was a plea Salit tempered cheerful Young Friend to More ready to sympathize with mirth than grief but the tears gathered in his eyes As he looked dowry upon the spirit s prostration of his afflicted Friend Ami after remaining nearly half an hour by Bis Side he withdrew in silence and sadness respect for a grief so overwhelming forbidding him to interrupt its indulgence even with the Hope of affording Consolation. He returned therefore to his Mother and repeated what he and heard. The widow s anxiety was far from being relieved by this account. She had cherished a Hope that Maurice in his Long intervals of absence was seeking Relief for the agony of his mind in action of the body in change of scene and in efforts to produce reaction seek Fig new objects of interest new channels for thought and feeling. But when she found Ahjit he sought retirement Only to give himself up More completely and to Thea without asking. It is not fit that Oliou should St ask of him who is the. Author of an article for his duty requires him to keep such things unto him self when thu Dost enter a printing of fice have to thyself thou Dost not touch the Type for thou May at cause the. Printer much trouble. Look not at the copy which is in the hands of the compositor that is riot meet the sight of the Printer neither Peep Over the of Sidt while it is Beisig worked off or look Over the shoulders of the editor while he is Reading proof. Are some when they attempt to describe. Suffice it to say that the customary judicial investigation was made and that Maurice was exonerated from All be Gal censure on the testimony of the widow Sheehan Mother of poor who had been in the room whore her daughter died heard All the conversation that pre ceded the catastrophe. But though the Law blamed him not de handed of him no expiation the anguish of Nis soul was a More dreadful atonement than human Justice could exact or human vengeance crave. Time that heals most wounds of the spirit and blunts at last if it cannot Terly extract the Stiring of grief time seemed to bring no alleviation of his sorrow. From the stupor of horrid amazement which was his first condition of feeling after the fatal event Maurice had passed to an agony of Pas frenzied grief Ard self reproach but this was succeeded by a listless Moody heart broken abstraction which seemed Only to gain intensity As weeks Ard months passed on and which gave his friends the great was pleased to throw upon Maurice Shook his head but made no other reply. Nay Don t your head my dear the widow continued you have my duties to do and it s not right to be wasting your heart with sorrow in this Way listen to me and Rouse yourself up to the right that belongs to you. Our poor Ellen is gone to the blessed place and left you with a sad a heavy heart i know but she has left Sisters behind and if you could but look upon either of Mary who is most like her in. Face and in Maurice nor any of mine would be the one to say the least word your coming into the family As my daughter s poor Maurice burst info tears and for a Long while was incapable of reply at last however he said the lord bless you Mother dear for your kind thoughts and words but it cannot be. You know How i loved my lost Ellen. You i love As a Mother for a Mother you have been to me this Many a Day and Mary and Cathleen sure they Are dear to me As Sisters of my own if i had them but Mary is too Good to be the wife of a Mur hopelessly to the Sway of he avoided society Only to indulge More unrestrained by in the abandonment to woe that was suming Felt that something must be done or that the Powers of. Eitnier life or reason would give Way. But what was to be done after pondering Long and deeply on this question but with no satisfactory result she resolved to consult the kind Good Man whose counsel and assist under certain conditions and by persons train circumstances. This prohibition extremely unwelcome to Philip Sheehan s eldest brother whose chief Delight ii Thi of game properly so a for the right to shoot Hare or pheasant far beyond his Fortune and his ambition of such Birds As Are not Tabooed by in a jaws against the common for to elusive killing of the titled and wealthy. In had in fact secretly broken the pro i n and been for some time the possessor fowling piece which he kept carefully sealed and with which he would occasion venture to enjoy a Day s shooting taking to set off Early in the morning before were abroad who were Likely to inform not him and to seek his sport far away where there was no Hazard interruption or through the a magistrate been Bis father s landlord and. Who 1 the Young Man in High regard had Obed a permit for the possess Ion of a gun his love for the sport had never been i easy and soon the time for i triage was appointed he sold his piece Lely concluding that the twelve crowns it _. I i irs of fils est uneasiness As they found their efforts to draw him irom it unavailing. He had no heart for work for conversation for society for amusement for employment of any kind. Ing the Hills Siderer. No More. Ent dispirited taking no interest in anything bout him he would sit for hours without banging his position his eyes fixed upon the ground and his was easy to less on what they were occupied or he would wander away apparently shunning of action and passing almost the entire Day to some Retreat to which respect for his Sor Row at first prohibited any one from Folio his grief was either violent nor loud it found no voice in words no Relief in no vent in but it seemed to be incorporated As it were into his nature to him were preferable in Aid Elding preparations to the Birds or Rab s he might kill in a Twelvemonth. T happened one Fine morning in october that Maurice Ellen and her two Brothers were at in a Harvest Field at a Little distance up the widow s cottage when Philip was iced with a Strong desire to pass the e Day this favorite amusement. He dared not Wever be seen carrying the gun and there re urged Maurice to obtain and. Bring it to m at a designated the Bills Here it by out he Safe in Nis own pos session Aurice did not require much persuasion for Hen was to b e the companion of his walk become a part of his very being. The Winter passed and the Spring and the summer almost a year had elapsed since the fatal Day but the flight of time had wrought no essential change in his soul was still pressed Down by its weight of Sor he seemed to Brood Over the Terri bid change a moment had wrought in the cur rent of Bis life. It was observed however that his solitary wanderings alternated now with visits to the cottage of widow Sheehan and the family of his lost Ellen though they could not say that a return to anything like cheerfulness was perceptible in his appear Ance or deportment were yet comforted with the conviction that his melancholy was less self and therefore less prejudicial to health and life than it had he would stay with them for hours taking Little if any in their conversation but manifesting some interest in their occupations especially when these were of Slatch a nature be1 could Render assistance 5. And he was always ready to perform any service boil the House especially for the widow am god bless you of this As he spoke Maurice started up and rushed from the House and for Many Days the widow saw him no More. In time however his visits to the cottage were renewed but its inmates observed with deep anxiety and regret that a change for the worse rather than the better was taking in his appearance and deportment. He grew paler and thinner Bis taciturn mood was stronger upon him than Ever his dejection More pro found and hopeless. His solitary rambles too were Rebur he d with increased frequency he often disappeared Early in the morning and returned not until Nightfall and no one knew or could from h in either the place of his Retreat or the manner in which employed himself. Food he scarcely tasted sleep As was judged from the increasing hag hardness of his made but Short visits to his suffering Frame and Spiri t and it was evident that he was pining away under the urd Enof his mighty sorrow. J the widow and her children saw All this with alarm and grief Day added strength. When he was with them they redoubled their efforts to wean him from Hie wretchedness they Practised every Wile their ingenuity could suggest to change the cur rent of his every Token of of Ance were Ever ready at the e Call of any Ona who stood in need of either. Meantime the Days wore on and the anniversary of that unhappy incident was near at hand. As it approached the condition of the sorrow stricken bodily and mental grew evidently worse. He was so much reduced by weakness and want of sustenance and sleep As to be incapable of wandering far and the incoherence of his expressions when he gave voice to the anguish of his heart afforded but too certain indications that his intellect was iving Way. The widow Felt that there was no time to lose she feared that it Yas Alread too late. It so happened that her last conference with the priest was held on the night proce Ding the return of that sad Day and the Good father had promised to be with her Early on the Morrow. The Morrow came and with it came the priest. Philip had been sent to ascertain whether gone soon returned with the information that he had followed the slow and feeble Steps of the unhappy Young Man to the Field in which they had All been assembled just a year before and from which Maurice and Ellen had turn is a social festive vice. The Drinker collects his Cir Cle the Circle naturally spreads of those who Are drawn within it Many become the corruption and centres 0f sets and circles of their own every count enhancing and per haps emulating the rest till a whole neigh boyhood be infected from the contagion of a single a steam distinguished Black Smith and linguist Elihu Burritt thus describes a i Jove to see one huge creatures with sinews of brass and Muscles of Iron strut Forth from Nis Smoky stable and Salu Ting the Long train of cars with a dozen Sono Roizis puffs from his Iron nostrils fall gently Back into his harness. There he Ping and foaming upon the Iron track his great heart a Furnace of glowing Coats his Lymphatic blood is boiling in his veins the strength of a to Pusan horses is Nerving his pants to go. He would snake1 St. Peters across the desert of Sahara if he could hitched to it but there is a Little sober eyed tobacco chewing Man in who holds him in with one Finger and can take away his breath in a moment should lie grow restive and Vici oust i am always deeply interested in this Man for be Grimes As he Niay be with Coal diluted in Oil and steam i regard him As the Genius of the whole machinery As the physical mind of that huge steam m to citations. The widow and hastened thither and As they approached Dis covered Maurice lying upon his face motionless. They Drew near but he did not 11 an officer of our Navy tells us a Good anecdote of a couple of tars one of whom was strictly temperate while the other never missed his grog under any circumstances. Fur some Little Misdemeanour the latter was sentenced to have his liquor stopped for ten most cruel punishment probably that could have been inflicted upon him. Three Days before the sentence expired the Temperance tar asked his Comrade How he Felt since his grog had been stopped perfectly was the response. But you Wil l soon get Over never shiver my timbers i can beat to the Windward of the bad feelings i be had since they stopped my yet your Days will be lengthened Jack said the Temperance tar taking his Comrade on a new track. Your e right for the Days since i be had nothing to drink have been longer it i de homeward with such Gay a found the Ray Eye but it sometimes seems to Meas though there would be no end to them editor of the port i n j i mover speak. The Good father stooped to discoursing upon Early rising h 18 daughters. With the Young men he would raise him. His face was ghastly Pale his hands were cold As Marble. Come to me to me dear feebly murmured As they raised him to his feet and would have fallen but for the supporting arms that were about i need not multiply words. They bore him to the Mother s Bouse and Laid him on Ellen s bed and there he died Ere yet the Sun West Hab Jtb. An Apt Beautiful jewess lives what if you Are sleepy jump out of your in Bourbon Street new York and at a party and in a few the other evening she was excessively an f moments you will be As Bright As larks. We noved by a vulgar impertinent fellow. Would it give a Straw for girls who would t so you never eat pork miss Meve get tip in the morning what Are they Good talks in this Wise up with you Don t sleep away this Beautiful morning. Mary Ellen , Sarah Olive Catharine Elizabeth Jane Hannah and All the Lazy girls and see the Shine and Brush away the Dew from the Beautiful grass. not Only lose the Best portion of the Day while you linger in bed ale 1" said the scamp. Action and endearment strove to bring Back peace to his bruised and afflicted heart. But he would sit for hours among them silent melancholy unconscious As it seemed of what was passing and though perfectly gentle and kind in his conversation when he could he moved to Converse wife them at sometimes ready to give assistance in their labors and tenderly affectionate in his Arian Ner especially to the Mother of Hie it was evident that he took no interest in any thing and waa giving himself of More for lady Dumpich Are not fit for wives or companions. Our advice to never was the reply to. Nor use lard lamp St enquired the Perse Young men who Are looking out for wives nor. Or would select a female who dozes no her dark eyes flashing lightning away the e precious morning hours. She May As religion teaches us j be a help never meet o avoid every thing a Isiaiah morally and physically therefore excuse me for holding him in utter Universal custom mourning was White Over the whole world till about year 1800, when Black was substituted. In Spain White the Laatz we be it continued Tilp to Ubbant about a Peck of currants on a Board after Whitfi fall on them with a big Anvil m each by this Thod you can Jam two Hustel san hour of i beating the old method to some soar retained 1 paste stick at in Rafter which serve it up for Hoard Bijj a buses newspaper newspaper

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