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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 2, 1854, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAl advocate Dorr fax fib eat r. Ever . Cier and Bra Milf sol in the largely v arrival fkov1 Albany Anil of Steves in beat Rita Stein in Van it Moog heir Thor tent of of stoves o world Ait tight no. I do Eeva Ledven do do do wide oven do do 4 5 4 i s 4 a 4 a 5 8 3 a 4 3, 4 a 5 or stoves. Franklin Franklin 0 in Milia. I. Kit Ulm. 1 of no do Ilo Ito do do 3 a 6 a. 6 o 4. S 5 4, 5 a 15 s a i 5 a 0 stoves of tin Copper and hand. Ift tension paid i i f in Cen for which Tea i will in la Tor fivers would to the r and Many a c.11 is Ovle i. 81 ii 1s.v1. N3 s re table in its composition. Cordial n extracted from we ii Piave found after yer i the to to in the Fannie not d. And Lif nce of Rhile in is remedy it is i Umi Cliar Acler on whirl bulimic a to ii to Imp fluency Sio Lily. Or in Ai Eikor Albua or whiles Kii Iliev. Job from sick been a mimed 10 bed Lor . No Rind or o Oan Noi he in w Iii a Energy Zirri a i Sam Nal pal i in. , de -.1 be in ,ni., nervousness. Ril will be found Rij. I Uny rom Pound Ever used. I it. Chiolis one of tha inc Many to i nature to Brace i. renewed in.---. and .i.lie. To . Were they in lieu to ii . Ladies who r i inc be of a Bot Rio or two Mem. A Irrice. To fatal to i it i be y Oong who to from to of the danger roses which font try. Per bottle tix fur 93 00 per s e. Cohen. No. 3 no below eighth Philadelphia i Mart to addressed. A Pec table druggists and Mercati v7. Dyott sons. Id Street Philadelphia cram pots Butler i lube m la pans. Cobea 3 store or Ine spa per Jan lib tort Tuure. To was greeted Lane. A sketch from real life. C Ben Fisher had finished Lin Bard Day s wot and be Chige door Hii Good in kale by his Side and t be moan Light danced on the floor the Moon Light danced on Tho cottage Flom. Her beams were c pm and As when he and kate1, t Reive Yean talk d love in her Rae Lbw Liebl Ben Fistor had pipe of Clay and never a dram drink he so he loved at Homo with his wife to Hay and they chatted High merrily merrily chatted they of the while her Bubo slept on her breast while a Chubby rogue with Ray untie on his lather s knee found rest. Brn told Ber How fast the potatoes grew Aad the Rorn in Ibe lower Field and the wheat on the Hill a grown to and promised a Glo Joua a glorious yield in Ibe Harvest Lime and his Orchard was doing fair his sheep and his Stock were in their his farm ail kale said thai Ber i Den looked Beautiful. Her fowls and her cives were fat that the Butler that that morning can Ned would buy him a Suad to Hal that Jenny for a a new Thirl had made and twas done too by the Rule that Neddy Garden could nicely and Ann Wasa Ebadat Schotl. Raided Bis toil worn hand thro1 locks of greyish 1 Leil you kale whal said 1 we re the Bop pies bits in tnwn.1 i 1 kale it Cit we All w re and health i be found p. Mrs. Bell rides nol work at All Ami in a Lii whole year round to War h the so people say i or Iceni h pay cd i to iut he me Tom would take their gom a i i is i i my hum ii of i bin Fri Iii lil conk not buy a Nerry heart love in Eye by Talla Linwood. With it madness and Ofer to procure play i can which she most willingly accepted. Exclaimed Tif. Orason when Nev a z not a gentle girl who lust rum eyes glistening like morning Dew. The Silken lashes through. And life that breached to. Softest Sigda her being s of dear a do let s Lake poor margarets Lane with us will Yon exclaimed Laura Graj sob while hastily drawing on her gloves o be1 u i i a in readiness for a drive out of the City shot merchant belonging to is of very ill and cannot afford to buy a co who failed i luxury for an invalid much less a drive out for fresh air. Ans the poor have no luxuries and possible a added or. Uranson Why f Bat few diff wel1 to is an honest arid upright another new whim about Hist sick Man under the sudden reverse of for rejoined her father and Pray what nonsense and Folly will you gel off next 1 you certainly i a lightly compressed As Ligo of pain still lingered Hera id heir f red m he Strong Earimine of Tife and the Tais Warrior j Spring of tort to near tint a bound or two would Verty. Pray Tell me Laura How Carrie she to a so poor her cot versa lion and manners indicate refinement. I a in confident she has seen a one were Well praised in Endrun Niew of Indian the read so sure that tie Felt Consi lne would do the deed he touched the .9 in Cetl. A her father was a the firm of far 8ttlk from her pee snared of their Cunnis nor until aroused from her absorbing grief by desperate conflict to fall victims to the Entrance of a who eagerly sex or scalping of w 0 occasions email parties left the from the the spies would tune and died soon after the viled j a heaven that i might die Ere another hour sped for food they depended on a red Venison and and Alth Nulph befell that the Indian must reach the Rock before he could adjust another Flint he proceeded to the task with the utmost composure. Resell off Hie Eye toward the fearful joint Sud Denly he saw the Warrior stretching Cle for the leap and with the agility of a pan ther he made 4he Spring but instead of reach i ski w know there is not sufficient room to sea five chapter ii persons and another thing is i do it care about i sorrows Romej they come not single spies your Mother and you being been in such close but in to a girl who has to labor for a Liveli do you suppose oar friends and acquaintances whom we shall meet on of drive would say and i am sure i have no ency for subjecting ourselves to their impertinent re Marks As Well As a or future of formal bows and meaning give me sketch of her trials and if you will list ii dear a. I will it As near acc i can in her own words i was once surrounded with every luxury and elegance of life one could wish for and loved by my dear father More than Lang Upan con you know dear a she can t help Jeung v i caressed idol or melt is More honorable to labor i Hafl of beloved my fond wot a single care it slurred the peaceful current a As Hia death took poor girl while bending a look of beaming love upon a h pm the world Ber Wenhe Mother that we must d o what we without caring what others May Hie darkness he Troeth Al 1 Long and Ven to spare and bless thee As my poverty forbids All Buch trembling by Ai Vered Margnret. You know dear Ernest the poor have few friends and i must struggle on through life without Iny guiding band. Of my and pressing a kiss upon her brow she wept unceasingly. But i have enough dear Margaret for both of us and a Home like you once had shall be yours i cannot and will not give thee up. For thou Art As dear to me in poverty As in exclaimed Ernest gazing fondly upon the weep ing girl. Time sped on and another year with it s manifold changes has passed. To some it has been say about us. So you will not refuse Wil you a and then folding her snowy arms about his she looked up in his face with her Bright with tears while softly she Mur t cured in his ear poor Margaret she will soon be Laid ii the gloomy Prave the last Home of All that is i mortal and she is to Good kind and Gen 1 never complains at her hard seems cheerful and says she has much tvs be Lian Ful for. And yet we everything that Money can i fear we grime in the hollows of some of the rocks but in n Short time thie was exhausted and m Lelland and while must abandon their Enterprise or find a new Supply. To accomplish this most Hazar Dous Enterprise. M Clelland being the oldest resolved to make the attempt and with his trusty Rifle in his hand and their Troci Leens e Uno across his shoulders he descended by a ii cuff Ous route to the Prairie shirting the Hill on the North and under cover of the Hazel Thi Afteu he reached the River and turning to n bold Point of the Hill he found a Beautiful Spring within a few feet of the River now known by the name of cold Spring on the farm of d Talli Naffe he filled his canteens and returned in satiety his watchful companion. It was now determined to have a fresh sup a Hundred i shot from below had lost a favorite did we Pray to become reconciled to his holy will and three years of i anxiety have sped Ami yet can most truthfully say that there is Efficacy in Pra yer. Faithfully i attended to the settling of my father s business Afler disposing of our furniture and Home 1 found i could save his dear j name from disparagement. I j few All striving for the same How Many Are they who enter the Gol Jpn Temple of happiness we know not. I Many there Are who lightly hear the Ruby Steps that hear to it but Ere their eyes have looked into the effulgent brightness and Beauty of the tem ple some false Hope bids them turn and taste j i in brighter and i nol Why the Man a told cry Lii ii he in Rhea up to Kate still nearer Kaiim head on tier Shi Ulder Uherc Ami he look her he dim i i Tuuli d us them Jon just then that he left in her i was t much on an old Crono keeping a to called Kooky was one Day accosted by a wag How do you Bill oranges cents said he taking no one and Liming it Over in Hia hand How do you s ii this very i u this pie two cents t yes i think i la Lake this pie Al r All instead of Tho cake. What do you ask fur cider r two cents a Glass Talie the pie Back and give me a drink of i a Juhass was filled an 1 handed to the Custo Mer Olio after swallowing the Samoff and i Mii Kino his Lipa with great gusto Ems Libe Stely walking off when to was arrested with please Misier you Stavn t paid for the elder the fellow coolly whal should i pay or the cider to be sure 1 did t i give you the pie for 1 ves. Bin you did t pay for the pie.1 very Well i exchanged the cake for i 1 but you did t Jay for that i eave the Orange for ii the Orange is two Well Why should i Jay for in i eat it. Did 1 exclaimed the Dame Miere a a mistake to Lowhar but 1 can t see it 1 Neu was much on Figgen you need t Call 1 a fun the Crystal place Tommy i1 asked a Lull Urchin of a newsboy. 1 of yes. I be been i p Thor several different re Pliml in niger newsboy As Theys Lood m Nassau Street waiting for the extras to come out. Well i know a Man that would give five thousand Dolours to see t lat a place Yon do Jim v Yea sir be and you know him yes bet i Quarter on it that you done and the Money put up. 1 now who is he 1 Why. He s a Blind Mim f Here Jet for oat door make a barrel of Whitewash in the Ord nary manner hot Cissone ten pounds of Quantity of molasses Aid it with your who e in Quot Quinilty of glue. By ochre usher ii Boier Lime forget to be half thankful and Good a s she is. How Oft. When i Call in to see to. She fitly d m. economical style bin of How we missed the comforts and Luxor is getting i find her Reading her Bible and talk ing onut her Home in another world. A Yec what a be in Tiff Home she will have in the spirit land and those who Are ashamed to be seen with her in this world will not be ashamed to be with her or. Grason deeply Felt the innocent rebuke of tits fair daughter and bending flown he visa de her Beautiful brow. I Sai i he kindly come get Reidy dear i suppose i Grill have to gratify you this Thant you Debr a. I am ready and will enjoy Hie drive so much for i know it Wil do poor Margaret the Gay equipage drove through several of the streets Ere it reached the homely residence of mrs. Lane which waa an old dilapidated Frame that had stood1 for Many years an Eye sore to the Public gaze. There was scarce roof enough to protect the inmates from the drench ing Rains. In places Large gapes were to be seen in the front where Ibe framework had Given Way. The property belonged to a Large landholder who loved the almighty Dol Lar better than his own conscience Anc so Long As it would yield him a profit he would let it stand without repairs nol caring for the Tan ants Wio toiled night and Day that they might keep body and soul together. The to be demand merciful landlord had frequently threatened tip eject them Fram the poor novel and sell whet few household comforts they had if he did not receive his Money when he called again. Here is the place said Laura pointing from the Carriage window As they drove t the door and stepping lightly from her seat knocked gently at the door but no answer Dame and pushing it which was slightly Ajir she entered just a the Iron hearted landlord at err pled to drive the poor half frantic Mother and daughter from their miserable Home. You May Prate As much you wish about the Medicine you have to buy for your Dauth Ler which Yoo say used up All your Money and keep me out of Myiron i will believe us it Ucli As i please of it. If you would put her to work she would soon gel Well enough to do without the Medicine hush said Laura keenly looking he in the face do it you pee How frightened Fiat sick girl and turning to Margaret she continued Pray what Doe s All this mean v it Means my that my Ries that had been so lavishly showered _ to 1 _ glorious Clear conscience. Margaret Lane now reaped the full Reward of her persevering Industry. She Bud taught various branches belonging to the education of females until necessity compelled her to could procure a sufficient number of scholars and for several Days i wandered from House to House in quest of pupils bul failed in getting As Many As would occupy my time and those 1 could get lived Al so great a distance that 1 concluded Tho Limi spent in walk ing so far could be i improved to n better advantage so 1 immediately visited the. Editor of a weekly journal and asked him to employ me As b typesetter. He kindly did so and in a Short time i was Able to earn my eight dollars a week which i enabled us to live very comfortably and happily until my poor Mother was taken ill and remained so for several months. I was forced to quit work and remain Hime with which reduced my earnings to a Mere pittance and finally f was unable to pay rent by which Means we were compelled to move from our pleasant Little Home 10 the poverty stricken quarters we Are now compelled to Call Home and i am now prostrated by sickness with Little Hope of recovery. But i still Lank to heaven for Protection and Ever in my darkest hour you Der have come and assisted these occasions. White had filled he sat a few moments watching the Limpid element As it Cama gurgling nut of the of the Earth when the Light sound of footsteps caught his Practised ear Annj on turn ing round he saw two squaws a few feat upon turning the jut of the Hill the eldest of the squaws gave one of those sudden fir reach ing whoops Peculiar in indians. While at once alarm should reach the Camp or town a and his companion must inevitably perish. Self preservation compelled him to inflict a noiseless death on the squaws and in such a manner As if possible to leave no Ira a behind. Ever a r movement. A very few proved the advantage gained would Broft smrt duration for already the spies had caught a glimpse of a tall Swarthy Warrior Caa piously advancing to the coven so recently occupied by his fellow companion. Now Loo the attack in front wag commenced with increased fury so As to requite the incest and f re of both spies to prevent the indians from Faming the Eminence and in a Short time Mcclelland saw a Warrior making preparations to leap Lotha fatal Rock. The leap was made and the Indian turning a Somerset Hia Corpse roller Down the Bill towards his former companion. Again Art unknown agent had interposed in heir behalf. This second sacrifice cast dismay into the ranks of their assailants and just As the Sun was Dis appearing behind the Western Hils. The Fra withdrew to a Short distance to devise some new Flode of attack. This respite came most seasonably to our spies who had kept their ground and bravely maintained the unequal Fishl from nearly the Middle of the Day now for the first time was the girl missing and the spies thought that throng i terror she p body and soul together. Tia rent had eaten into the earnings i ast that they found in impossible to pay Tii i Wil to lands for the last three Montha and the uni p a. Sister do it you think a Ehe is a fit subject for sympathy and How nobly she has borne the reverses of Fortune and endured the most be hot my heart yearns to 3 do for her As i would for a id her in some Way to make her i shall most willingly Aid answered her father. If you will Promise to keep All knowledge of from your brother when he re turns for by sheiby do it you remember Ernest became so in love with this bime girl at a so ree Given by the Fuji stocks knowing1 no the same time that i was so exceedingly anxious he Elioud a the husband of Fani Stock whose father is reputed to be tha wealthiest Man in the City she is the same replied mrs. Gronson. Alas How changed her circumstances. Then she was surrounded by Gay and numerous acquaintances and friends who were very solicitous in their attentions. Of the fearful fasl in Fig of the human heart Are while in Prosperity How Apt to forget those who Hove suffered by the reverse of 1 would still prefer her with , for our son s wife to the dashing Bell Hanifl sleek who is wasting the Best part of her life in Folly dissipation and idleness. But 1 do Hope Ere or Abri a met to Susz or my recovery. Of Mother dear what Hill yes a but poor Margaret a so Persis t is can Beer bored youth asked Hia father i Sanction Hie pro decl of marriage. To old against the will or be would throw heir Way and Matte 11 the. I 1 be son. Interrupting Crisco Bow Nuat ror Rani to me Ana always be will meet Ornar about her. V no no Hind and Laura Marga j a jul Edh j of ret exclaimed. -1 can t take the advantage of i he of Enow of he Cha the of thj9 mid he Aid walked off with Hia Eye Bent upon Hia his heart s love. J come Contr does Liura Fet lady the Carriage is waiting at the door Tor you i have persuaded a to take you out sir fresh Ilhak you dear Laura it is kind inde3d Here we leave them to recapitulate the Joys and sorrows of four years separation. Time door. Win am sorry my eoe Treme illness forbids a comp s8nerou9 my and Donot illness and removed to a More comfortable by energetic perseverance and Indus had managed to keep want from her in. Cold Bleak night in december the winds howled a most doleful requiem and the rain poured Down As if the King of furies would a night a this Margaret alone with she could get immediate this she Learned the Art of composition and soon became one of our popular by which she earned a Onle support. Her very heart was in the soul thrill scenes her pen por were the heart histories of real life so Saifi ethically described that the unbidden tear would Start in spite of Man s philosophy she possessed the fearful gift of line breathed the deep impressive thoughts of a deathless Noble and instructive1, was All that flowed from her thinking mind. Margaret had resisted All entreaties of fir nest and his sister to come and make her Home with them. She would say i will la Bor and win myself a name and then i will be All your Ernest now she had achieved her glorious resolve meekly and lovingly she took upon herself those holy vows i heft unite two Loving hearts in one. Prom the autobiography of Rev. J. B. Fuller. The two spies As Early As year 1790 the Block Bouse and stockade above the Mouth of the Hock Hock ing River was a Frontier Post for the pioneers of the Northwestern territory. There nature was in her undisturbed livery of dark and i hide for eels interspersed with Green and flowing Prai Ries. Then the Forest had not heard the sound of the Woodman s axe nor the plough of the Husbandman opened the bosom of the then those Beautiful Prairies waved their Gol Den Bloom to Isie god of nature and among the most luxuriant of these were Hoce which Lay along Hock hacking Valley and especially thai portion of it on which the town of Lancaster now stands. This place for its Beauty its Richness of soil and picturesque scenery was selected As a location for an Indian Village. This afforded a suitable place for the gambol of the Indian sportsmen As Well As a spot for concentrating the Indian warriors., i Here the tribes of the North and West Mel to consult and from this spot led Forth the War Ali in different directions. Upon one of these occasions when the War Epi it moved mightily among the sons of nature and file Tomahawk leaped in its scabbard and the spirits of their friends who had died to the Field of Battle visited the Warrior in his night visions and called loudly for revenge it was ascertained at the Garrison above Tho Mouth of the Hock Hocking River that the indians were gathering in great numbers for the purpose of striking a blow on some Post of the frontiers., to meet this crisis two of the most skilled and Indef Ligal re spies were despatched to watch their movements and report. M Clelland and White two spirits that never dialled at danger and As unconquerable is the Obian lion m the month of october and on one the Balmy Days of Indian summer took leave of their Fellows and moved on through the Hazel and Plum Bushes with the noiseless tread of panthers armed with their unerring and trusty rifles. They continued their March skirting the Prairies till they reached that Roost Remar of of of Home hundreds of feet High and whose Summit from a Western to the Clouds and Over looks the vast Plains below. When shia Point was gained our Hardy spies held s position from they could see every movement of the Indiana below in the Valley. Not Long left to conjecture. The girl was seen emerging from behind a Rock and coming to them with a Rifle in her hand. During the Al vat she. Saw a Warrior fall who hid advanced some Dis Lanch before the rest and while some of them changed their position she revolver Al once live or die to possess herself of his can and ammunition and crouching Down beneath the under upon his victims with the us a lion and Throat of each Spranz into the River. He thrust the head of the eldest under thu water. U i i mailings Ronier efforts to submerge the younger however Power fully resisted him and during the Short struggle with this Young Athl Elie to his she addressed him in his own language though in almost inarticulate sounds. Releasing his hold she informed him that she had been a prisoner for ten years and was taken from below Wheeling and that the indians had killed All the family but she and her Bro ther who were taken prisoners but he succeeded on the second night in making his during this narrative. White Tiad drowned the elder Squaw and bad let her float off with the current where she would not probably be band Boom he now directed the girl to follow him and with his and Energy pushed for the mount. They had scarcely gone half posed some party of Indiana returning from Hunting struck the River just As the body of the Squaw floated past. White and the girl succeeded in reaching the mount where m Clel land had been no indifferent be stator in the sudden commotion among the the Prairie parties of warriors Weto seen immediately Loel Ike off in every direction and White and the girl had scarcely arrived when a party of some Twenty warriors had reached the Eastern acc Lovily of the mount and were cautiously and carefully keeping undercover. Soon the spies saw their foes is they r had Early noticed the fatal Reck and Here was Ilie mysterious hand by which the two surrounded except on the West perpendicular Side and All Hope of escape wits Cut off. In this perilous condition nothing was left but to sell is dearly As possible. This they re and advised the girl to escape to and Lell them Ehe had been Klaften she said. No. Death to me in the presence of Triy own people is a thousand limes sweeter Shari Captivity and slavery. Furnish a with a gun Ami i will show you i can fight As Well As i die. This place i leave not. Here Rny Bones shall lie bleaching Vith yours. And should either of you escape you will carry the tidings of my death to my few relations " remonstrance proved fruitless. The two spies quickly matured the plan of defence and vigorously commenced the attack from the front where from the very Small Back Bone of the mount the Savages hid to Advance in single file and without any Covert. Beyond this neck the warriors availed themselves of the rocks and Trees in advancing but in pasting from one to the other must to exposed for a abort time and a moment s exposure of their Swarthy forms waa enough for the unerring rifles of the spies the indians being entirety ignorant of How Many were in Ambuscade were the More can Lious How they advanced. After bravely maintaining the fight in front and keeping the enemy in Check they Diacovo ered a new danger threatening them. The Arch tick Oniu to thirsty of the so swore tribe and the Leader of the company which killed her Mother and her Sisters and took her and tier brother prison r now. In the Wisl arose dark c Odds which overspread the whole heavens and the elements were rent with the Peau of Thunder darkness deep and gloomy shrouded the heavens j this darkness greatly enu armsted tha their night scape sup posing that they might readily lose their Way and accidentally fall on their enemy but a Short Bonstill Alidio decided the plan it was decided that should go Foremost irom her intimate Knowledg of the docs lit is and Ano ther might be gained in Case they should fall in with on parties of the outposts. From her knowledge of the language she might deceive the semele As the sequel firoved for scarcely had they descended a Hundred Yards when o Low whist from the girl them of their danger i he pipes sunk silently on the ground where by previous arrangement i hey were to remain till the signal Wasj Given by the girl to move on. Her absence for the space of nearly a Quarter of an hour began to excite the most serious apprehensions. She appeared and told them had succeeded in removing two sentinels to a Short distance who were directly on their route. The descent was noise Lessly the spies followed their Lea Der for half a mile in the most pro bund silence the Barking of a do at a distance apprised them of new danger. The almost simultaneous Click of the opis uses was Hean by the girl who stated they were now in the midst of the Indian Camps and their Livos depended on the most profound silence and implicitly follow ing her footsteps. A moment afterwards the girl was accosted by a front in in her wigwam she replied in the Indian Lan Guage and without stopping still pressed in a Short Lime she stopped and assured the spies that Iho Village was cleared and that they had pissed the greatest danger. She knew that every leading pass was guarded by tha indians and at once adopted the to d adventure of passing through the Centre of the Villas As the least hazardous and the sequel proved the Cor redness of her judgment they now steered a course for the Ohio River and after three Daya travel arrived Safe at the Blockhouse. Their escape and adventure pre vented the contemplated attack and the res Cind Pirli proved to be of the intrepid Colnnel celebrated in the history of Indian warfare Sod As fhe renowned spy of Captain Kenton s bloody kentuckians. Years not to girl of three and Long since in the Middle of a awoke Fier Mother who was with very eare fishy. And a de Lier upon e. A the Moon is smiling on tha Rock once based both Brint he to horse n our a Little boy to his Mother. Y in o was Hen a eggs. Ves 1 did Well then if i the jump. The Tomahawk k and pm their usual Calm and calculating. And a. get the furniture. News apes
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