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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 27, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPowis Frei every wednesday by j. P. Biacjim., at of vol. . The sewing Circle. A cannot Stop to alter words once Tori Reader did you Ever go where the ladies meet to saw i Etelle thimble thread in hand old Anil Young a Happy band i f see beat imi1 near Tom Chat Pfow of this and then of that Slines or sofas song or Broad Hooks or dresses lace or thread mesmerism practice daily pics last Charles o Malley the last wedding and the Bride. Anil All the world beside of Genius Genia of Art. Everything roust Havo a part see the fingers Fly Mong those threads of every Dye Fadeless Flower is Blooming there a but no worm consuming Pray sir would Yon like to buy 1 Here s a purse you d better try with Benton mint drops fair it will make you music rare. You d like this fairy fingers Laboured hard knot by knot the silk to tie in. You bad better buy. Hark the door Bell who is there 1 ladies the merry hum of airy Welcom etl a they come. Father brother Friend Ond Lover Dick the Stalc Raan will the Rov hip to swell careless ring 1 Aurli or Chat sigh or sing Tims hath wings the sages say to i Enlil be would not slay non. Full soon to hours come Rou we Are homeward Bourn Here s Ami Small thronging through the Entrance h the night is dark at Best so kind the real. The stojlejvimh1j3s. A tale of truth. By mrs. L. M. Child. On Ife. To her exp Lic lure j. Mourn half yearly in , or 5o Wellsborough wednesday March 27, 1844 _., eventful fourth of july she this errand he blushed deeply and came it in dress. Lord Hen frankly admitted the Ertith of the girl s by her upon her elegant statement. His benevolent visit look Appeal Smice. But she was not the to Bear a testimony r As the friends say against the sin and selfishness of profligacy. He did in in such and fatherly manner that the Young Man s heart was he excused himself by saying that he would not have tampered with the girl if he had known her to be Virtu Ous. I have done Many wrong said he but thank god no betrayal of confiding innocence rests on my conscience. I h ave always esteemed it the basest act of which Man is Capa ble the imprisonment of the poor girl and the forlorn Silva lion in which she had been found distressed him the i Obleman Jook her hand kindly my dear Are you an inno i am i replied she irl convulsive sobs. Have r in Way to the gardens he talked in a Mariner she did not compre perceiving this he spoke More try. The guileless Young topped looked into his face with Ful burst into tears i .11__ done or a that said her that you should words stirred the and i cent 1 with i eve ask n i bid i but j understood me what could said she except that you to make me your 1 the i disc lion i Lent of Geo. The Man who lived forms country. By s Hast Fos Weld. Fountains of his Betler nature. If re said he god for Mal i should make you otherwise. You accepted my invitations and greatly. And when Isaac represented w j 1.1 1 i 1_ no i Al h 1 u nos so i supposed you Affe her fart lies be i Ler Idee j we Rui ugh reared among the proudest notions of rank he Felt no incline to smile. He blushed and was is the heartless convention allies be blood rebuked in the presence of Tio Nate simplicity. He conveyed to Humble Home ail hade her Well Wilh thankful cons Coos that Mejiad done no irretrievable by to her future prospects. I in embrace of Herto him would Soor is the recollection of Lasi year s bul. B lies. Per. Al in Billenness of Hearl Over thai the silk had been stolen for his Sake that the girl had thereby lost profitable employment and was obliged to return to her Distant Home to avoid the danger of exposure he look out a fifty Dollar note and offered in to pay her nay said thou Art a very Rich Man 1 see in Illy Ham a Large Roll of such notes. Shu is Chr daughter of a poor widow and Ihetu Hast been the mean s of doing her great injury. Give tip. Asi Ollic a lord h inn a Lui Ulvid him another fifty Tolu Nole and Miniard As he said you Umili slum you r business Well. The wife was Digap posited but she with her the wound in her solitary chamber is a City which shall be ii useless there lived Long ago a girl the Only daughter of a widow. She came from country and was ignorant Huhe dangers of the cily As he squirrels o Hur native Fields. She had Glos Black hair gentle beaming wet Coral of course she she was Beautiful for when she Vas a child Sloan Gers often Slop Ped As file passed and handsome she and As she grew order the Young men gazed her Wilh admiration. She Vas poor and removed to the cily 16 carib her living by covering umbrellas. She was Jiuji Ai that susceptible age. W Len youth passing Inlo womanhood was she her led air castles. And that dress Ich she had stolen to make an a i Perrance befitting his Bride 1 if she should be discovered would nol. The heart of her poor widowed break if she should Ever know that her child was a chief her begins to be pervaded Wilh that principle which in humans to seek perfection in when the Mem and is Pels poor Union. Al the Hole opposite. Lord Henry English Nobleman had at line taken lodgings. His visit to ibis country is doubtless Well recollected by Runy for in made a real sen Mion at the Lime. He Wai a peer of a realm descended from the Royal line and was moreover a strikingly handsome Man of right princely Carriage. He was subsequently a her of the British parliament now dead. As Liis distinguished stranger pass i d to and Frorup his hotel he encountered Hie umbrella girl and was impressed by her he easily raced her to the oppo site store where he soon after went to Purchase an umbrella. This was Fol Lowed up by presents of Ltd vers chats to the Way Side and it citations to walk or ride All of which were grate accepted by the unsuspecting rus tic. He was playing a Gahe for temporary excitement she with a head full of Romance and a heart melting under the influence of love was unconsciously endangering th3 happiness ocher whole life. Lord Henry invited Hep to visit the Public gardens on the foil la of july. In the simplicity of her Klisart she believed All his flattering professions and consider ecu herself his bridles elect she therefore accepted his inv ipalion Wilh Lucent frankness. But she had no dress fit to appear on such a Public of a Tsiun a gentleman of High rank whom she verily supposed to be her i a etched forebodings were too t e silk was traced to was a ested on her Way to the store Anil aged to prison. There she refused nourishment and wept incessantly. On the fourth Day the keeper called an Isaac t. Arid informed n thai there was a Young girl in Pri who appeared to be utterly Friend is and determined to die by starve Titan. The kind hearted gentleman went to her found her lying on the floor of her Wilh her face buried in her hands Jig As if her heart would break tried to Comfort her but he coup stain no answer. Leave us said he to the Kee r. Perhaps she will speak in me there is none to hear when they Ere alone he put Back the old 11cu Lull Lay temp Iarion conquered heir to a moment of she concerted the silk and conveyed Illo her lodgings. It the first thing she stolen her remorse was Ijain Ful. She would have carried in Back but she headed a discovery. She was nol thai her repentance would be Mel t a forgiveness. H air from her temples Laid his hand k idly on her Beautiful head and said i soothing tones my child consider re ideas Why father. Tell me All thou is Dune. If thou Hast taken this silk me know All about it. I will do in thee As i would for a daughter and doubt nol thai i can help thee Oul of is difficulty. After along Lime spent in affection lie leaned her Young in his Friendly shoulder and sobbed of i wish i will by poor Mother say when she knows Femy perhaps we can manage that she Ever shall know replied he and alluring her by this Hope he gradually you hive acted Noah and i Revere for it. 1 of Ever ome to see me. 1 wilp give you a Ordial and treat you like a Pohleman Farewell replied Isaac though much to blame in this affair Hou Loo behaved nobly. Gay est thu be blessed Rifle no More with the feelings of poor not even with those whom oth Erb have betrayed and deserted luckily the girl had sufficient pres ence of mind to assume a false name when arrested by which her True name was kept out of the newspapers. I did said she for my prior Mother s Sake Ith the Money Given by lord Henry the silk was paid for and she was sent Home to her Mother Well provided Wilh cloth aug. Her name and place of residence remain loth a Day a Secrel in the breast of her Benefactor. Several years Afler the iric ideals i have rela cd a lady called at Friend Hopper s House and asked to see him. When he entered the room he found a handsomely dressed Young Matron with a Blooming boy of five or six years old. She Rose to meet him and her voice choked As she said Friend Hopper do you know he re plied Ihrl he did not. She fixed her tearful eyes earnestly upon him and you once helped me when in great distress but the Good Mission Ary of humanity had helped too Many in distress to be Able to recollect her without More precise with a tremulous voice she made her son go into the next room for a few minutes Ihen dropping on her Knees she hid her face in his Lap and sobbed out i am the girl that stole the silk. Of where should i now it had not been for you when her emotion was somewhat canned she told him she had married a highly res it has been queried whether parly newspapers Are or nol a Public Blessing mrs. George Wilkins has no double that they Are a Domestic nuisance. It has been debated whether caucus spontaneous or newspaper nomination is the proper Way to bring a candidate before the Public. On this As on the mrs. Wilkins has but one opinion tha.1 All parly machinery tend to domes ii derangement in the fable the comparative of the party who first touch the Heel and of that which first plants the toe in walking remains in open question so do parallel cases in oar own re pub lie. On such subjects again mrs. W is quite unanimous. Her motto is a plague o Boih your houses there Are More women of mrs. Wilkins s political Faith than there would be if there were More men of the right kind. Public spirit is lauded in the newspapers and greeted Wilh times three cheers at the head a Man s spirit should nol run no entirely Inlo Public channels Aslo leave him no interest in Domestic mailers. Or. A s did. His heart was in whale it canvass might be on fool till his dear Duck Al Home found herself entirely forgotten. His Iho to were oftener on election returns than on his own profit and loss account persevered. Well then George to Morrow Rose to vening will husband real y began to feel but to Morrow evening i must meet the county Dele rates county fudge mrs. George Was going to say but she did not. It a Spud have been both in lifelike Aiu a Ladylike. She Drew a Long Breah and said perhaps Ihen my dear on wednesday or. W had glanced Down the Lead ing column of his paper and Redden with confusion partly with he peeped under the margin and answered really Ann i am sorry but i am engaged on thai night to Meel the Ward committee on important business thursday or greeting left he Ropnik. The daughter she slate Cleat her father s voice and and As she turned perceived that he had folded up inc paper thai had been Wai placing in Hill pocket the daughter awaited whale he might have to pay to her put close , my a Ninov Down by me a Vii hour knowing to what All might tend she complied. A moment of silence and embarrassment. The father abruptly said at a t 10 endorse Ann i refused to play husband s paper the poor wort inn turned pal red then burst into tears and Bur face in her hands. This was so and How had she deserved in it Dhir cruel bul and he knew the salary and value of every office in the stale and Union belter than he did his own Baker s Bill. Domestic matters pressed upon his no Tice were regarded As Inopportune and unimportant intrusions just As the Eal business of. The nation is set aside in Washington while the Congress men Are More Agre table employed in talking of themselves against time and for party. I children fared As ill As i blamed from her the whole Story of in r acquaintance with the Nobleman e bade her be comforted and Lake nourishment for he would see that the silk was paid for and the pros ecu lion withdrawn. He went immediately to her employer and Lold him the glory this is her first said the girl is Young and the Only child of a poor widow. Give her a Chance to retrieve this false step and he May be restored to society a use Ful and honoured will see thai thou Art paid for the silk the Man readily agreed to with Ihram the prose cution and said he would have dealt otherwise Wilh the had he known All the circumstances. Thou shoulder it8p he revolved in her mind he Eye was in Case red Eli i Mac Oriu namely Altra cled by a beautiful1lhl9 of the who anon piece of silk belonging to her employ i. Driven into he Down a could she not in wilhoul11 "-1 Ash " to a slav have Bee being pay for h had earned Money Eji Ough the Ward path who might easily have been saved the Good old Man then want to the i hotel and inquired for Henry Stuart. The servant said his lordship had not Yel risen. Him my business is of said Friend servant soon resumed and conduct led him to live the Noble Man appeared surprised that a Plain old Quaker should thus intrude upon luxurious privacy bul when he heard a senator of his native having a Call to visit the City she had again and again passed Friend Hopper s ing wistfully at the windows to Cmich a sight of him but when she attempted to enter her courage failed. But i go away said she and 1 could not leave the City without once More seeing and thanking him who saved me from rum she recalled her Little boy and said to him look at that old and remember him Well Lor a was the Best Friend your Molliei Ever had with an Earnest Viivi Iarion thai tie would Vas ii her Happy Home and a Fer vent god bless she bade her Benefactor Farewell. To my venerable Friend is not aware that have written this Story. 1 have not published it from any wish to glorify him but to exert a genial influence on the hearts of others to do my Niitme toward teaching society How to Oast out the Demon Penally by the voice of the Angel courier. It private claim ado on the congressional dockets the Principio in both places being heroically to scout and neglect what should be attended to and to give lh6 whole thought to what were better left undone and unsaid. Or. Wilkins soothed his conscience with the plea that he lived for his country no doubt his country is very much obliged to him bul it has unfortunately hitherto Laken no method to make ils sense of that obligation apparent or to lesson any of ils weight. Meanwhile As we have hinted his own affairs were falling not a Little behind hand and it did not require More than the Ordinary penetration of a woman to discover that fact. Still with the recklessness of a Gambler the More he suffered by the negligence toward his own affairs the More Inauen live did he become seeking in the excitement of partisan politics and the hazards of party chances that occupation of his mind which should enable him to shut his 63 is upon the financial difficulties int were accumulating about him and the Domestic discomfiture which had now invaded his once Happy House. At the time when our sketch opens he had be Corrie desperate. His patriotism was no More a thing of volition or a Mere amusement. In was life and death Wilh him. He had spent time and Money so liberally so extravagantly that office alone could make him whole or failing in that could provide him Wilh a Refuge from absolute Vanl. At least so he thought. Still he Endeavor de to conceal his dilemma. He succeeded but Only partially. His heaviest creditors suspected the truth bul they were too politic to betray Wise after their Generali ont they very turned their influence bit his lips. He was tempted to say something Hasty. He looked Al his children and thought better . 4-should be to be with you every evening but the other party Are straining every nerve we must employ All our tall is and on night the list or nominees for the City watch is to be examined and say Friday night then this was spoken in a voice a Little Sharp. Both husband and wife were now restrained by Good Breeding alone front what would have seemed very like a quarrel. Wilkins pow reached the top of his paper again and foreseeing Hal he was to be compelled to answer for every Reighl in the week he said i perceive you Are determined mrs. Wil Kins to have the whole Arcana of party management out of me. On that eve Ning we have to1 decide Between claims of two Bosi de Termine which of is Likely to marshal most in his troop of scavengers very important business certainly or. Wilkins. But after having thus spent five nights out of six abroad you will give us the sixth at i would come now Lam really sorry bul i have promised Mysell to two or Irre of our the skilful physician probes deep be fore he. To apply the r Smudy. The old gentleman Yogi know your husband is n diff the wife nodded. And that be can never recover him this was said in kindest of tones and her father had taken her hand and was looking with All a Parent s Earnest affection Inlo her face. He proceeded am not poor at any rate. 1 could have done him the he de much Fallows. The truth is that some peo ple Are to be managed one Way Ami some another. We have on that a Little supper and you Are wanted to pay Hie whole Bill As usual i said the wife out of All patience. Wives never look at such things through their Osband s spectacles. You know 1 am never guilty of such extravagant said George w., with some heat. But you do become said his wife and that amounts to the same thing in the end in Aid of his Hopes. In another Man s Case with Wilkins for a , would have their motives in his own he was Loo Blind to see them or if he suspected1 the state of the would not acknowledge it even to himself. Mrs. George a Wilkins grew in Talienti we have said thai she had penetration enough to discover Bat he was embarrassed but she did not understand the whole of said the husband in a Sefi ened tone i am sorry to find you pry ing so much Ialo my business. It is unlike you she answered cadence Lor cadence in Liis manner for both were grieved i regret that you Force it upon and stretching her hand up fur t in card rack she took out and handed him quite a parcel of trades men s Bills. I am deeply mortified that you do not As you did once either anticipate these or leave me the Means to pay them Tell them to Call at the counting said the husband As he left the Lable Ana took his Way nominally to his business. He was in a sad stale of perplexity. It lasted until he met the first poli Lical Friend dissipated then for an instant the feeling of uneasiness returned with every business step that was forced upon him. He was indeed countryman s Hon est Farmer in the South part of Massachusetts talking about his crops was 5told that he Musl Irusle in Providence for them. I Don t said i have Oenea to Providence and i have been to Boston and i think i d rather Irusle Boston nor All of his difficulties. Irked Al his neg Leol 6t her she resolved to make an Effort to bring him Back to Domestic habits again. On one monday. Morn ing she begged him for the evening of that Day to be hers. Beg Pardon my said the Husi band As he peeped at her for a to Over the top margin of a political but this evening 1 a m in for Lanalely engaged Wilh the commit tee of safety was upon i i like All gamblers most miserable while the mighty stake was pending but he Coumes on a Relief from All when his appointment should reach him. this he firmly counted. He ready earned it twice Over party services Are estimated and still daily he was struggling playing the patrol1 to make Assurance doubly sure what life for a Freeman 1 Wilkins left his House when no. 1 of the applicants whose address mrs. Wilkins had packed in the card rack sent his daily messenger. She knew the rest would afraid of the saucy look the servant would give her As the stereotyped answer would be Given to each Dun she put on be hat and hurried out unfashionable As was the hour. The child s Joearl Teu whatever other ties May grow Abou it tends Ever Back to its earliest sop port and mrs. Wilkin s Steps mechanically carried her to her father s Only to Shiow a Bubble to be swallowed in the Ocean of his losses. The does not appear to know it bul he is a Hope less bankrupt had now nerved herself for he worst and Sai erect Pale but com posed. It was now fhe father s turn to give Way and the old Man wept. Your husband should have told you this but i know he has not. I Isaw you coming and wished to spare your Mother the Jain of this interview. I have no reproaches for you you must have hone for him. It will do Rio Good the daughter s lips trembled. Y you must nol wart your dear children not whispered the wife. And he must not either. Bill Ann he must not ruin me then make a double Shipwreck of character and substance the father Rose and paced the floor. Ann revolved these deeply discouraging matters in her mind. She thought of her Chil than and beg Gared. She Felt almost As if her father and at one moment to go away without accepting or thanking him for his vague and As it seemed to her his ungracious offer of assistance. Then she remembered the tradesman s very servants unpaid and Felt As if she had no More a Home to re turn to. Her father did not keep her icing in sus Pense for the Mother thinking thai he had had abundance of time now returned. The presence of a third person gave View collected Ness to both and the old to Tell her thai he had settled upon diet enough for. Comfortable maintenance and he pressed Pou her acceptance the first Quarter , from his own hand. And he Eaid there is Bat one condition which 1 exact. Not Abr Dorthis or to Mono to your i husband keep your secret till he. Makes you his confidant a it was hard to Promise. It iwas hard to thank her father. It was impossible to con. Woj her feelings and she Buist afresh into ears. He escaped. The contagion by hurrying Way and Ann resumed horns to find a trades Lan s boy just turning chop fallen from the Oor. She called him Back and enjoyed Bat cheapest of All luxuries the satisfaction of pay no the demand. We say cheapest because when you give another his own and. Receive Leasure you certainly buy Joy with nother s Capi Iai. Now once More Happy How did she barn to it out the secret she saw her husband Post away at Naglit knew now his nervous anxiety for occupation and was half inclined to quarrel with him that he did not make her Hia help meet. How much do those me Iafe who fancy that the wife cannot be a Man s Best counsellor 1 Ann was almost miserable in her happiness. She Tell that with a word she could stay his uneasiness for now with the key of his con duct she could read in his Moody countenance the anxiety he fell for Bis wife Jand site saw his hand tremble As he passed Bis Fin Gers through Jane s Flaxen knew that if was not a cold his voice husky we Wilt see about concluded on fourth Page. Up apes
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