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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 19, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaDollars a year. Whole no. 619. Poetry a Side Well. The a tract inc following of poetry me Limo or Frog f Vilu in malice i or Riih Rcd clog or Odile thy Culice. Boarded in Square the other Side of the cily from their earlier associations. Mrs. Jones would have fainted at a discovery of what she had been but fortunately the bowery waa too Remote from Square for Rumor to reach so far and she look excellent care that the places which once knew her blessed with her presence As seldom1 As possible. The said miss Smith " of any lady bringing Home her shopping what else have store boys to do 7" responded mrs. but such a Small package remonstrated taste. Or. Hopkins. Done up in Brown paper i dare continued mrs. Jones. It in t the sire we look at so no certainly said her sister ii at a .1. 1 guru Lii so lust Llev i f k a very in her toilet j though to do the Little Udy Jas fond of her husband s first Arthur Tice Bhe was not wanting in the s Par ice a you Vourn t want your wife to demean herself on the contrary the Gre to v d Ess was 8treet8 no mrs. Jones winced. Because she could not get amused herself by sneering at those who did. She had however Laid assiduous court to or. Newbold the Only gentleman in the House who visited mra. How land and dispensed to her friends innumerable Bitso gossip which he had accidentally furnished her fresh from her own experience and observation. Miss Smith was most enthusiastic in her admiration of their aug neighbors household from the baby tossed up hemmed them and Down before the Nursery windows to the servant lad who did not Wear a livery. This last miss Smith considered a great want of mrs. Hopkins shared in the general hero and modelled upon the hol land pattern. This accounts in some measure for the exceedingly goo3 taste usually visible hand on her husband s shoulder and looked appealingly into his face with her Large Brown Beautiful eyes. What Man with human feel Ings could resist such a look i still protest my dear Matilda that i do not see the slightest objection to your doing answered her husband sturdily. In fact if i not very much mistaken 1 met you not later than yesterday near the 4rt Union with approve of. They took care to show this by mrs. Hopkins put her lne Depp flounces. Fine feathers and Gli Teri to his heart i you thought my love. Do rely upon your own Good sense for the future and not be led. By these silly so the lady was comforted and Ever As she used those Cambric handkerchiefs the lesson of their Purchase was brought to her Nind. The very next Day she bought some cravats for her husband brought them Home triumphantly and hemmed them too. Miss Smith wh.6 had an elegant Gold thimble which she never used thought this looked very like being governed by one s and resolved More heartily than eve that she would never be guilty of like submission. The Jones faction sent Home More minute parcels than Ever. It May not be uninteresting to add that mrs Hopkins was ultimately invited to mrs. How land s parties and How the acquaintance was brought about. 1 a package in your of that was music. Music you said miss Smith looks so you can nol Only play but also afford to get All. I none can bring Home a Roll of music it announces that the novelties As the ejaculate miss Smith was Square she had a appear. Or. Thompson. He vocalist of no 20 the new music it is True but it was usually Piid for by his Friend and room mate or. Cross. So sure As they joined miss Smith on Broadway she Hap Silks in which they were arrayed. And now mrs. Howland whom they All quoted had actually been seen to enter her ele i hear Gant mansion bundle or. Newbold had hrs her listened of the Dis Cussion in partly because it amused him and partly that he reserved gentle Manly Man who did Noli choose to intrude his opinion but now he came Forward and declared that it was by no Means a solitary instance. Mrs. Howland often walked Down town without her Carriage and returned bringing her own purchases when they were not Loo i remember meeting one morning or. Hopkins gave him a grateful look As he near the Corner of Sleeker Street and offering to Lake a package from her. Said she i would not Trust it even to you. It s a Shade for or. Howland s study lamp and if you were to break it i have no time to go Back for another i basked her Why she had nol ordered in sent Home. Shop boys might be As t of a a u3 opened to remember an errand at Firth Hall la careless As some was he answer or music Saloon. Of course and they have enough to the two ladies were making purchases at the same counter one Fine Spring morning. Mrs. Howland had completed hers first and was at traded from the change she was counting by hearing a very Sweet voice say thank you but i prefer taking it with surprised to a refusal to the offer of sending Home a i somewhat cumbrous package from one so ele Gantly dressed As our Little Friend mra. How land noticed that they took the same direction on leaving the shop. She saw mrs. Hopkins ascend the Steps of no. 20. That evening she asked or. Newbold who her pretty neighbor was. To her amusement a history of the Dis Cussion we have recorded and its consequences was related to her. She had taken a fancy to mrs. Hopkins and this was confirmed by or Newbold s warm Enron Iiams. He Hadi like d her better from the very Day of Stewart s Par cel. Not Long after the ladies met at a party. The Surprise and Delight of mrs. Hopkins can scarcely be expressed when the great lady of Square not Only asked an introduction but conversed a Long time with her. A few Days after mra. Holland s card was sent to to mrs. Arthur Hopkins. She could Mem. F jul us the gallantry of messes. Cros and Thompson for people who Are too grand to wait on them not allow the lady to pay for the in Les selves. One of these persons amused me vory particularly As it was so often discovered that much this morning while i was selector this she id for olten her purse Imp j Shade. She purchased a san Ali signs of in Lilly s Blu gentility. Chr ecu dinner Over in the fashionable pickup. The company lately of in the discussion of a very Small Cocoa Lunig sundry Blanks Man Kcf and Trio a l Milieu of Nim Omli Mil Riisma folded r ivc i1.-. Nip Kirn Mil Rose from the table. I i a my in Julie Taid the or tie my. Llop King As she leaned Over to the Bick pizza where they were i and puffing at 4 her i. Void no or. Thompson usually to irid a brother in inc i who supplied him . N was such a Good fellow Eaid his generous As a Prince they i treating fivers from Thompson so grateful to Yon for using Rev it nation amiability Cost the in Oili f _ veral Hundred dollars annual must Haic some Hobby the cd proves expensive s " i it out things or want to show Cumbria i Pur her the selections Weru rolled up. She j to linked them with her sweetest smile j she j payed every bar of it for them in her Pec Aliar style. Thompson declared in Confidence to i Cross that lib mind Smith a very com Jion affair As no China figure a and Small as1 you May suppose with the most matter of Courech air asked to Timve it sent Home a it s an actual fact though you May Pliml Itjin hardly believe her own eyes neither could. Borje and Truffi wore nothing probable so you need not smile mrs. Far As execution was concerned. J alas the troubled smile expressed anything these gentlemen also Felt in duty bound that rather than a doubt of mrs. Lowland s veracity miss Smith should visit the opera As often As she was Well aware of the truth. She knew she longed to hear Benedetti or la j thit the very China figure in question Ornar Nunt Borde now that she had returned from Phila de the play House of her neice Amandy Jones Delphia. Mrs. Jones must of course be asked and that it was none other than herself who had to Chaperon her sister and was so very Good As ministered to the amusement of Tii air exclusive never to disappoint them by having other in neighbor. How could Elie be to know who that woman in a drab Highland shawl and Plain Straw Bonnet was standing with her Back me cigars Thompson s cigars and a Glass of to them too she wondered if or. Newbold Brandy and water. Cross had the Best Brandy knew All the while that it was her and had told his fellow boarders had Ever tasted. He cot it the Story purposely. But no one glance at at wholesale prices from his Cousin of the firm of Schroder co., importers. Bit to return to the Back Piazza controversy. Mrs. Hopkins upheld by mrs. Jones Ovid miss Gage ments while or. Jonts excellent fellow stayed at Home and Solace himself with a few that quiet Serene face put such an idea to rest. For All that mrs. Jones grew decidedly uncomfortable. For my added or. Newbold i Smith maintained her ground stoutly. What decidedly of the opinion that or. Hopkins has expressed and mrs. Howland or Fries constantly into practice. No real lady should be above making herself useful in this world where there is so much for All to do. Mrs. Howland would not keep half the establishment she has but to please her husband who is somewhat fond of ostentation. T i have often heard her say that if does no other harm it is setting a bad example Jant a lilo returned Mirhij higly pull rum Moyet. Of throw away Money on this t h la nothing but Sot a gloves. White easily i was reduced to one i any Yon not bring them Home j to done with it if you wanted Krucli a bundle through and her delicate White lungs in Ilidan line look As much As to say w sve my own senses con it be t in min 11 his mind 1" win Albo Hail a husband to look Onod her sister Misa Smith to Fol Noniep Floii was suspected of havin to this Young lady and she to get where he was again. To tripping gracefully Forward g or. Hopkins s look of co Sterna v Mcd what had l j Why Matilda did not bring Home from f was to distinguish them from any Vul Ajir peo Pic bowery she was going to say but she had objections Best known to herself to alluding to that Pirt of the City when it could be avoided so she supplied Greenwich to be As far from the dangerous secret As Possi ble. No bundles were not to be carried by those who were not ashamed to give their address to a fashionable shop boy. Otherwise out of two evils that which might be considered least was to by. Chosen. Just then or. Hopkins directed the Atten Tion of the group to a plainly dressed lady on the other Side of the Way. No. 20 being a Cor Ner House the Piazza blinds commanded a View a a place also. There goes mrs. Said she. To those whose incomes not afford it and who nevertheless Rush into the same expenditure. Carrying a bundle May be considered of very Little importance in itself but it is an example of the helplessness to which some of our tidies see fit to reduce themselves for mrs. Jones who Hod stopped the servant upon stairs to Seo who the visitor was. After words when the Story came Hopkins was often at mrs. Howland s or. Jones her thin lips very contemptuously but for All that she would have made any sacrifice to stand in her place. Miss Smith now mrs. Thompson was observed t Imp front int 1 in no be of i the Hunchback and the Harle Quin. It was a very Fiol Day in the month of july 1768, five o clock had sounded and the performance in the italian theatre in Paris was about to commence with a harlequin de in which the celebrated Stirlin was to appear. The curtain Drew up Carlin advanced on the stage and casting a glance around perceived that Pil boxes and gallery were alive equally empty. He stood silent for a moment and then addressing the Leader of the orchestra said really my dear Friend i have no mind to act for your sole amusement. I shall just quietly go Home and i advise you and your musicians to Fullow my by cried a Sharp voice issuing from a Remote Corner of the pit i have paid my thirty sous to see the play and i insist on having the Worth of my looking in the direction of the voice the actor with some difficulty discerned a being about four foot in height making desperate efforts to approach the stage by climbing Over the benches. My dear said Carlin if you think so much of your thirty sons my comrades and i Are quite ready to return them or if you like it better i will even double the sum and we will have a bottle of replied the Little Man As he climbed on a Bench i not thirsty i have paid for seeing the play and the play i must have 90 do me the favor to commence so saying he assumed an attitude which displayed to great advantage a huge Hump on his Back. My dear said Carlin mimicking his tone of voice it can t Why not Pray because in the beginning i should have to address myself to the Public and there s no trainers and the entertained facing equally from that time the each other. Little Man Seldom missed a representation it the italian comedy and became the most inti mate Friend of the harlequin whom when Side the theatre he no longer hesitated to re Cognize As. Edinburg journal. The family Circle. Perversion of Reli Gloa How much injury has been done to the carte of True religion by Tea Littere and gloomy associations which have beep connected with it by bigots and enthusiasts How often do we ice children brought up to discover nothing but what is harsh and repulsive in a Faith which essentially the so Trace of a divine and constant cheerfulness. It is not natural that under such Circum Tances they should imbibe a distaste for what rightly understood would be their Joy end their refuse instead of teaching us to regard our creator As that Benignant and gracious being which natural and revealed religion teaches us he is How Many would eel up the phantom of their own deceased or frightened fancy and stye us Bow Down to it As the Only Rue god 1 of. Human frailty and human inconsistency i that Profest ing to hate idolatry Are subject unconsciously to More degrading idolatry than that which prostrate itself before and Stone images of Wood Public Here to i Here sir for what do you take i take you for a you re an insolent Carlin took off his mask. Said he you Don t know me. Learn that my name is Carlo Bertinazzo that before going on the stage i served As an officer in the army of his majesty the King of and that i never allowed an insult to go Unpun-1 shed you replied the Hunchback coolly you Are not Carlo Bellinazzi. You Are the time to frequently pass mrs. Howland s i harlequin whom i have paid for Sefein pact. My with most ostentatious bundles but As it Dejl no name master harlequin is Joseph Dubreuil i Pood tie lady never seeming to be aware of an attorney s clerk and live Ijar the Rue St. I ,.m or t a Euilio Auu us Utu 10 me sure 01 ua1 the existence of mrs. She save it to and Onore to Morrow i shall Odge my Coin i i b Llu i. B Ven to the world a Man of science the s in mkt Liutai in ______1 nyint with hoi tenant e i bread on the Waters. Ai Swiss boy of remarkable Promise was re fused by i father Aid for prosecuting studies for which he had a Strong Predi Lection. The Good pastor of the Parish in this emergency came Forward and furnished the neck Spry was sent to the University and course of time Rose to the highest Eminence among scientific men. Name has no Superior in Many years had passed away and the Swiss boy thus befriended waa now with place pay equal to the distinction which his studies won a resident of this Western i amid plenty and luxury. But re verses had come upon his ancient Friend the Benefactor of his youth religious persecution had visited his native Canton and the Swiss pastor now an old Man had been driven from the flock without Home or the Means to procure one. The Schoolar lost no time in to the venerable Man an Ulvi Tabibn to share with him his purse and table the invitation was accepted and added to the pleasure of having. Of appearing Able to afford anything. When a parcel is not so Large As to inconvenience one i should think it would preferable to bang it one s what a Lovely Bonnet she has on though she i be secure against mistakes and surprised at in liner Serin ibis Small Book. She replied or. Hop h a thing mra. Jones who and Many a time throw ugh the bowery. No i Embred the Well. He c a a Large grocery store and by her face As she passed Ort n he Llor. And tiny now in an excellent on Tho wharves and they always dresses so plainly still you can see it is of the very Best i Don t know what it is about her said or. Hopkins warmly but she always look to me like an Angel or real lady i mean quite As scarce an article nowadays. And yet one never is struck by what she has on. I declare Matilda if she is not carrying a parcel look. Yes a parcel mrs. Jones and hot a Roll of music or a paper of pins either. Much More like Yards of or flannel from its size and the female put roof the conclave on the Piazza of no. 20 were struck dumb. There was to Appeal from so visible a fact. Mrs. The great lady of Square who need not set foot on the pavement except to Cross it to her Carriage who had servants enough for a Small hotel and was acknowledged to be a Leader in the innermost mrs. Howland was actually walking when she could As Well ride and carrying a Brown paper parcel mrs Hopkins looked at Mia. Jonea As if for explanation of this singular phenomenon. Her husband s air of Triumph was most Provo kingly la it by All of them. No Onax Idever hesitated to acknowledge the superiority of mrs. How land. Mrs. To maps would have Given half their income to be invited to one of Ier parties and delays Here the conversation was interrupted Byj the arrival of mrs. Hopkins s Purchase from slew Art s. The Little wife blushed As it was handed to her neatly tied up in Fine wrapping paper and no larger than a Small volume. Or. Bold smiled Good Nat redly begged Pardon of the ladies for having Given them such a Formida ble Impromptu Jecture and walked away. Bali what a pity he had t been a clergy Man said or. Thompson contemptuously he could not Bejar to see miss Smith looking so Cut Down As she did Jor an instant and a shared at or. Newbold As the cause of her Dis composure. Mrs. Hopkins and her husband went to their own room to inspect the handkerchiefs but when there Suie did not seem inclined to Dis play them. She it fixed with the string some time As the i stood with her Back to her husband at Lilje window. Or. Hopkins came Forward and offered his services. What was his sur prise to find tears s Only falling from her Beau Ful Brown eyes no wonder that she con old not Nee to untie the knot. A said she very foolish you think me indeed indeed i never thought about it at All before. Her bub band pressed the sobbing Little wife joined with her sister in sneers and innuendoes at toadies and i Humble we did commence with a moral in View not withstanding our devious course and if you can discover it dear ladies through its some what fantastic drapery Why by if you act upon i have nol wasted All my time i Bui said a word in the electric Light. L. A. Wal Merj a writer in the Pennsylva Jinan thus humorously alludes to the in Roduco Tion of or. Payne s Patent illuminator the late discovery of or. Payne by Means which water can be made to Pur poses of fire Wood and lamp Oil is one of the most wonderful events in this age of miracles the general effects of Fth discovery will b beneficial to the world but in particular instances this water burning business will occasion in convenience loss damage and total ruin. The Coal Market will be greatly affected we apprehend. The Gas companies which have established expensive manufactories on the old plan Wil find themselves superseded for every store shop and private dwelling will have its own a factory in the cellar. The Wood speculation will be done and Many other trades occupations will suffer for a Tirfe by the use o the new c Bastible. But these trouble s will be merely temporary while the advantages of the discovery will endure to the end of time. But the burning of water is such a droll idea such an apparent Absurdity to the perceptions of most people that it May be a Long before or. Payne s discovery can win its Weny to general Feivor. Some of the old towers we will find it very difficult to believe that com water can be Good for any purpose. Some very Good people will consider that Putti Jig the fluid to such a strange use in sinful or at least a thing unwarranted by any precedent in biblical his tory and therefore somewhat profane the Ultra plaint with the lieutenant of the police who will be very Likely to Lodge you quietly in Pri son if you refuse to commence your perform Ance immediately " j having so spoken the Little Man with an air of much dignity resumed his seat. Carlin was in the wrong and he knew it. He resumed his mask and began to recite his monologue inter mingling it with pointed extemporaneous Allu Sions to his troublesome auditor. The latter was delighted and applauded with might and main. Pastor had the happiness of proving in his own experience the truth of that divine cast thy bread upon the Waters and thou Shalt find it after Many i Temperance men will be unwilling to admit that there is any ingredient As inflammable As alcohol in the Geld element which has become an object of their enthusiastic Devo Tion. Will object to the aqueous commodity because it cannot be bought up and stored away in the warehouse to produce a Scarcity in the Market. The higher classes will not relish the idea of warming and Light inf their houses on Payne s its cheapness does not Accord with their notion of the necessity of living beyond their income the Voun ladies will not like our Yankee Friend s illuminating Gas because the Linht a so intense that it makes the smallest freckle visible. The old ladies will pot patronize Payne s apparatus because it might in Short there is some reason to fear that or Payne s discovery will be generally unpopular at because there is so much Gas in the world now that people can Madd to see the necessity of it by a More rapid i filial there is not on Earth a More Lovely sight than the unwearied care and attention of Chil Dren to to lipid parents. Where filial is found in the h Art. We will for All the other Virtues no Young Man or unman will however come to the turn of Ever turn a Ely we sincerely believe who Carlm s fellow actors to speak they did to with has parents respected arid beloved. A child the utmost negligence and the Hunchback Drew affectionate and Dutiful will never bring the from his pocket an enormous key which when Ray h lire of its parents to the Prave. The applied to his lips served to produce a most wretch Breaks Loose from wholesome re sonorous Hiss. At this unexpected thou h Well s Raint and disregards the Laws of his country known sound the actors paused. Have first disobeyed his exclaimed the Little Man you neither love nor respect for them. It is Seldom played badly and i hissed you tis quite a t be Case that a Dutiful son is found in the ranks cording to the gentleman a said Carlin he stands upon his privilege. Let us pay respect i to the Public and to the remainder of the act was played in the most satisfactory manner and just before the curtain Carlin addressed his Spectator said he should you happen to meet any of your friends this evening perhaps you of vice among the wretched and degraded. Filial love will keep men from sin and crime. There will never come a. Time while your parents will not be under obligations to them. The older they grow the More need will there be for your assiduous care and Atten Tion to their wants. The venerable brow and frosty hair speak loudly to the love and con. Passion of the child. If no Nefa and infirmity. J Uriaus you have the kindness to Ijen lion on perform at fretful. A them to Entov. Not to tiny Timo Era Ance and advise them to visit us with much sincerity the h a Nenback promised to accede to the request and went out of the theatre during the interval Between the acts. It so happened that during the last bout thick Clouds had gathered in the sky and be fore the second act had commenced a fearful torrent of rain was pouring Down on Paris. The pedestrians who thronged the streets were glad to take Refuge in any open building and in a few moments the italian theatre was not Only filled but crowded. Standing on a Bench in the Centre of the pit the diminutive Hunchback made himself conspicuous by the extraordinary series of gestures which he directed towards he stage first pointing to himself and then to he crowded ranks of spectators whose Leader and conqueror he seemed to be. Of course these Pant mimic signals were lost on the newly arrived Public but they were perfectly Well understood by Carlin who smiled applause on his ambitious Little Friend. Next morning As the latter was setting out Tor , a servant in livery handed him a Etter bearing the Seal of the italian theatre to contents were As follows. Carlin and his friends request the Honor f.-Dubreuil s company at breakfast and1 Wil i eel gratified his accepting a season ticket to he italian theatre a slight Mark of their to the Hunchback gladly accepted the Ingata Tion the breakfast waa delightful the enter i gently not forgetting that time Ere Long May brins you to the same condition when you May need the same care and attention. Filial love never go unrewarded. 1 a word to boys. The Learned Blacksmith says 3id you Ever think this great All its wealth and woe with All its mines anil1 mountains oceans seas and Rivers with All its shipping steamboats railroads and magnetic telegraphs with All its millions of darkly groping men and All the science Progress of will soon be Given Over to the boys of Ibe pre sent like you assembled in your school rooms or playing without on both sides of the Atlantic. Believe it f and look abroad on your inheritance and get ready to enter upon its Possession. The Kings presi dents. Governors statesmen philosophers ministers teachers men of the future All ire boys whose feet like yours cannot reach the floor when seated on the benches upon which they Are learning to master the monosyllables of their respective wealth May be regained by Industry health repaired by Temperance knowledge re stored study alienated Friendship soothed i to forgiveness even forfeited reputation won Back by be silence and virtue. But who Ever again looked upon his vanished his slighted years and stamped them with Dom a or effaced from heaven s record for Ful blot of a wasted life 1
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