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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 2, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA a ii film . To. Rce Ftfe 3uts, regime Ciuro Ture Flora Lite aug published weekly by j. P. Magilll in Wellsborough Tioga county Pennsylvania at two . J wednesday morning May 2, 1849. T whole no. 560. Vol. 37. Business _ h. J Sherwood _ l1.vkyo at Law , i Loga Donny. Pill ill attend nil i p l Logart it 111 business in Chr connies o Tioga bred lord and Poiler or office on in n bloc i Nonh of i. Asire fill 23, 43 _ jambs e. Pierce attorn to f Law Coudersport Potter county a i business Enir led 10 his Cero will Bop Omally attended to in the adjoining Coumes or. Foote a Bopa ph1 a a a Helm oru Rioga Guniy Oft Ici and residence in the House formerly occupied by e j Hamilton Edward May Ahu and t Law Vafi i t Iowa cot. -.ty, a All Buthus entrusted to his cars will receive Pimpl j Lennon Ofhie lie Fame a occupied by r g while eat by. Nelson Ilan avd Buu Ubon. Will Miend 10 All in his profession. Olyce one door above meet Sioux _ land Isih 1847 b m. , pm. Inr1 remit tar the of or Sarsaparilla. Mansfield Tioga re a. H. Hot de Iler in medicines paints oils a vhf Patent Mai lines per a acre toilet articles con Recti Oderies u cd liboro Tioga co a hotel by wiiig111. Ai Covington Tioga county Penna Wellsboro stage Bouse by Lul jambs Kimball Wellsboro i Logn co a nearly opposite the court House. Slosson s hotel. , 1 Luu a Connly 1 Espay Lama Pardon Damon attorney and coins Lloil at Law Lawrence Vil c cuu Niy i a g d Smith Marc Han 1 s quo 1 in Beloi. Wilson hotel t logs co a o l. Robinson dealers in lira on i Annii it Ali adware Cruc Ieremi n 1 Winsby o Jesse Locke in his i. In l. H r Etc Etc c1c, or Gibboni i i i i i _ _ t z. Build wok co Rie taif i is of i v i. N i c c c t i pm j p. S Tuttie re a ii Lrol urn i run n c Albinus Hui to retail Lii us j i us i i o i. C Cic c c p Iwa v ill i up r on in inv pm Valr tin non us dealer in Etc Wem Hiro prom con verse Fimi Ion i All or Penn u one floor Imp w sic icon ii Orp h. L. Feegles fasiiiova11lc jailor Penn a shop Over up App a so arc g. D. Williams a erbium Ai Smie Bici n Yark select tale. From tie Doit ton Olive Branch Uncle Nahum. M lbs w now and. Weil Sidney How do you like our new Home asked Uncle Nahlin tie evening after in nip ecu s Clurn from Here he had purchased a i am de i Guild a was the reply i never Spei t a neck More plei earlly. Every moment of my Lin Job was Emp oyed i dare say you Are singed out As a Good match for some Bill girl 11 an heiress and a Beauty Luve favourably my Eye Uncle Winch would you Lake 1" what do you know of the Domestic Virtues of either1" Why i dropped into judge Furley s nne afternoon and was invited to Slop to Lea when mrs Farley took occasion to say to a lady by her aide that Delphina prepared the preserves and made the cake. Aslo the other i know but Little save that she is tie Only daughter of col Foley who follows no particular business. They make a great , and i am inclined to think upon a Small income so of course hit fair Ellen must be acquainted with every household duty a Man of our wealth Sidney Lias but Little Chance of being loved for loved for himself said Sidney glancing St a Mirror Hal reflected his Fine form. 11 no con med Uncle Nashua with All your personal attractions Yoa will not be Wor Shripad so much As Jour Gold. Let one listen to the conker Frlion of mothers and daughters and they would i car them planning How they could Best win Jour just step in and see Uncle a Lucky hint i wish to visit the place and hire an antipathy to taverns i will take Board at r May get introduced to judge Farley s but they will know who you Are and of course appear to the Best Trou have forgotten that my name is lesion not Sutherland and i Small he under no Obliga Tion to Tell them to whom i am Uncle Nahum was skilled in the science of human nature. If Vith a warm and generous heart lie entered confiding by upon the stage of action but lie soon Learned that outward show not always indicative of inward goodness. Laughl him a lesson that him a spacious of All until he was satisfied by actual observation of their Worth. Sidney was the orphan child of his Only sister and a bad bequeathed nolo him not Only love and kindness Bat an immense Fortune. It had been his object to instil into b mind principles that would ele vate him above the common Herd and he had the satisfaction of seeing him All he Viia hed. A few Days and Uncle Nahum was seated in the parlor of col. Foley with a Beautiful girl by ins Side who smiled sweetly a he answered her numerous questions. You said you were from. Vou know then of course Sidney very Well replied Uncle Nahum. Is lie engaged i think not he is very wealthy i have v immensely so Uncle Nahum looked at the Bright Counte Nance beaming upon him and he did not won Der that Sidney was enraptured. He had a Pep uhor tact of domesticating himself where Ever he chose and two Days after his arrival at col Foley s he was considered As one of their own family. Fine feathers make Fine he Solilo Quiser n week subsequent. I dare say Sid new would not recognize in the untidy Ellen the Beauly of the Ball she usually wore when company was not expected a tattered dress unfit to he seen and kept her hair in papers the whole Day. If there were callers they were kept waiting until she was prepared to see Thorn. She did not remember the Sabbath. It was unto her As All other Days she never attended Church. There was Al ways a Lack of some apparel but if there was a party or Bill she was sure to be present if she had not enough to decorate her person she would tax the generosity of friends by borrowing. There Are free menial streams where Many a Bright Genius has breathed at Large Ethe real air they refresh the thirsting spirit and raise it above the humbler enjoyments of meaner Muido into that higher sphere where virtue Waves its guardian Banner in All pertaining to Fps lion Ellen Well but these incorporeal pleasures that will last when the body 1 As returned co lust did not ezied their Light upon her Halliway. Uncle Nahum had been introduced at judge Farley s Ard called one afternoon quite unexpectedly. O i am so glad to tee said Delphina. 11 the Day Lias been tediously Long. No one has been in and not even this Beautiful holding Forward a Book he detested has been Able Lod Meav. By loneliness. Uncle Nilmei inestimable value upon time and thai per on putt for Eliom it Hung Hea Vily be cons dared void of that menial culture that gives employment to every moment. Tins tedi Osnoss will be said a Maiden aunt when the owner of Yon splendid mansion arrives or. Sutherland is a fashionable returned Wilu a sly glance and will enliven the place. He has a Bachelor Uncle aunt Julia and there May be Hopes for you to w Nice in Wuu be for us All to live a Fine thought Uncle Nahum with an ironical smile As he looked at Iii Prim old maid Drc Nimg of the Joys of wedded life at his moment the door Bell rung and a Young girl entered the apartment. Then you have come at said Delphi a taking a piece of work that was held out by the unloved hand of the trembling Vou promised to bring it last evening 111 could not possibly finish was the reply in a voice tremulously Sweet i Hope you have not needed a that is of no consequence to you whether i have or not you should regard your i do but i have had but a few Momenta at a time to work during the Day my Mother be ing so ill hit she demanded nearly All of my then of course you have slighted the work i wish you bad returned it before it was spoiled o no do look at it before you give yourself any uneasiness ills done very Delphina Glanc ing at it As she threw it one Side. A 1 cannot trouble myself to Settle with you she continued you can Callagain the Young girl stopped a moment thought fully regarding Delphina then with a quivering lip turned away. Who was that 1" asked Uncle Nahum. Adela where does she live i in yonder hut just by the Road that Sidney Sutherland s splendid is she poor v of have Yon Over visited her1" visit the widow mar stove said said with apparent Surprise. Of i had forgotten. Of coarse a lady of your wealth would pot conds Cynd to Beer the hurn1 Bio abode of said Uncle Nahum with a sarcastic smile that did not fail to annoy Del Phina. A m a heartless thought he no for the wealth of troutm would i have Sidney wedded to you it was in the quietude of evening that Adela Bent Oyer her Mother s Sicic conch with the last nourishment she had to give. During the whole of the preceding night she had toiled incessantly to finish that piece of work food to but How Little do the nah think of Usu in Jill pittance the poor so hardly earn and How often it is withheld. Bead my said mrs. Marston it will brighten the Adela opened a volume by her Side and its promises to the widow and fatherless chased All sadness from their brows. The Bible was closed and with deep pathos and Fervour the gentle girl prayed. She had but just finished when a Knock was heard at the door and Uncle Nahum entered whom she recognized w the gentleman she had seen at judge Hie errand was soon told. He had Home to re Lieve their wants and the gratitude of both Mother and daughter was fully Chanty was a prominent virtue in the charac Ter of Uncle Nahum and his heart Nevet beat so happily As when his hand and purse could administer to the suffering. Day after dust found him at the widow Maralyn a for whom he had procured a physician under whose care she was slowly recovering her strength. One morn ing he called earlier than usual when he found Adela teaching two Little girls they were the children of parents who were unable to procure them clothes suitable to attend the Village school and she freely gave a hour each Day for their Benefit. You have reason to be proud of such a said Uncle Nahum to mrs Marston i replied she to thank god he has spared her into me. A time there was when wealth could have shielded her from the scorn of those who now rudely pass her by. But it May be she is better for the change that came upon us. My continued mrs. Mam ton Wae a partner of judge Farley and considered in As Good circumstances. The first year of my Adela s existence he died and Lna business was so managed that we were left penniless. Unused As i was to Buffet the storms of life with a naturally Strong Constitution i have succeeded in rearing my Only child to watch my declining years nor has she scarcely Ever Felt the want of broad.1 Uncle Nahum walked thrice across the floor then scaled himself by Adela who had Juet Dis missed her pupils do you never go into the Gay world adela1" he asked. Its Pulci surfs Are Dot fur such As she re plied. The Rich alone enjoy them yet i envy them not Tuere is sufficient m the endear ments of Home the potent spell of Friendship Une the sweeter one of boundless love we owe to Complete my but would you not like to be rich1" i should like a competence enough to Ena ble me to diffuse Comfort among the suffering. What need of more1 at the close of life wealth can Only Purchase a Burma place rather g be the Hope that will cheer the responding bosom the Faith that will Light my dying Couch and the that will introduce me to that band of sinless spirits that will enjoy the bless Ings of a Happy incomparable said Uncle Nahum thoughtfully As he walked by Sidney s House i know my Nephew would life so much Good Ness and i must bring about a he stepped into the principle hotel in the place and was just taking up a paper when Sidney entered. When they were left to them selves he gave him an exact description of the heiress and the Beauly Well i can enjoy their re turned Sidney laughing heartily at the Success Bis Uncle had met with. In the morning they took a walk and when opposite the Wido Mareton Sas if suddenly recollecting an engagement he begged his Nephew to walk on slowly while he called on a lady who Hod by her goodness elicited Hia warmest sympathy. May i not accompany asked Sidney. You wily returned Uncle Nahom and i am gratified to know that my Nephew does not hesitate to enter an abode where luxury does not Adela welcomed Uncle Nahum with a glad smile and politely received the stranger whom he introduced As his Friend. Uncle Nahum observed the admiring look of Sidney As his Eye rested upon the fair girl who was quietly performing her daily last Sod he did not hasten his departure. During the whole of that Day the unconcealed curiosity of the youth plainly told one who knew All the symptoms of a dawning affection that he had Felt the Arrow the Blind boy had risked l at an hour the dreaming spirit Best Lores when the darkening Twilight is colouring the Hill tops Adela sought the Solitude of her room and gave Wing to her thoughts. There wag Quie tude in their gentle tone and under their influence she humbly petitioned the guidance of him whose love had cheered her Young existence. Uncle Nahum and Sidney chanced that hour to pass and Hie Sweet accents of Humble Devotion were distinctly heard. 11 it is said Uncle Naburn. She is too pare too Good Loo Beautiful for said Sidney i could transplant a Flower so flagrant to Yon pointing to his own Hote but the fashionable world does not rear one like her and i fear you Uncle would not with tue to a Bose a lowly Uncle Nahum appeared not to hear consequently did not to answer. The reason however was. As he wished hits to be unfettered and determined or yet to leave pm in the dark con coming opinion though he rejoiced at the expected result. Meantime the Din of preparation was sound ing at judge Farley s. They were to have a splendid fete to Welcome Sidney who Hod Given them an Early Call upon Hia arrival. Ode even ing he and big Uncle bad dropped into the widow Mantone and were seated backs Jarwin Dow when they observed Delphina Parley approaching. With very Little ceremony she entered and without noticing any Ope lit the roam rave Adela. Told Hei Businele. I am to have a Large Abe said which the owner of Yon splendid seat will Grace. Thia morning i chanced to embroidered dress and learning that you were the girl who did it i have come to employ you. How Long will it take two weeks if my Mother remains u Well of 11 two weeks i mint have it in precisely one from this night. Will you not sacrifice to gratify Ine 1" i would willingly oblige you miss Farley but i fear i could not accomplish it without working nearly every night which might be too much for my Well Adela girls that work for a living must sometimes suffer Adela s brow burned and a tear escaped but she hastily concealed it and replied i will Endeavor to do your work since you so much desire what wih be your Price Adela " i Hod five dollars for she returned1. Five said my Farley it cannot be Worth More than half of that. I will give you three and when i am mistress of a Home i have in View you shall have All my work at your own thank returned Adela i May need your tie heartless Delphina arose and after Tell _. Ing her she must be sure to have it done if she did not sleep until that time she left without even looking at mrs. Mar Lori or the gentlemen present. 11 who owns the House she spoke asked Sidney drawing Adela to a window. I have heard he is a very wealthy gentle Man who is particularly attentive to miss far Ley would you not like a situation like that adela1" it will not do for such As i to to too Imbi Titus and i Hope i. Shall of ays be contented with the lowly situation it is my lot to i would it lie continued and you would become us Adela withdrew the hand he had taken and Uilah a look of inquiry to unlit her Mother a Side. Pardon by Early said Sidney approaching them i have witnessed your Sweet Ness of temper your self sacrificing affection and i hasten to offer you my Protection. Re turn immediately return to the heartless girl the work she has urged upon you and you shall not want for the meagre sum so Many nights of toil would honest said Adela. Is interrupted Sidney but would not that one so Young in years should dim the brightness of surpassing Beauty by at tempts to adorn the inferior charms of one whose heart never knew the heaven born feeling of Adela s Eye met Sidney a and with a blurs to of conscious rectitude she replied i would not tax the generosity of for what i am Able to you Are Ngov said Uncle Nahum who had left the room a few minutes before but had entered unperceived and listened to the last part of the conversation yet i am sure you will not refuse to comply with a request of i shall always find pleasure in obeying one who m an hour of greatest need restored comparative health and cheerfulness to our then desolate i give me the work then and i will return it Adart arose mechanically and placed it in his band when he hastily departed. Sidney listened Day after Day to the Low tones of Adela a voice. Mingling with thought of her his pint clasped b. Dream of Bliss that threw o or the future a Golden Halo of pleasure. Far away o or its surface be dimly saw a form a mind like hers diffusing peace and love and Hope cheering the sadness of his life and add ing to it Joys. Sidney s thoughts soared far above the grovelling idea that riches or other aristocracy than that of mind would be a Barrier to his Hope of winning the love and gaining the hand of her whose Home was the meanest hut in the suburbs of l. The evening of the party came and the heart of More than one of the merry guests beat with the anticipation of Conquest where is or. Was asked and re asked but he came by the cheerful Wood fire of the widow Maraton he sat Adela by his aide Reading for their amusement. To night is the time of miss Farley s Par said Adela laying aside her Book. I Hope she succeeded in obtaining her i wonder you Are not at judge Slid Uncle Nahum entering As he most always did when Sidney was there. Misa Delphina has kept half a dozen milliners up Lor the last week to appear in your had Young invitation 1" asked Adela with a look of astonishment. Have deceived Yout said Fidney m i abhor deception hot Youj must throw a Good share of the upon Uncle repeated mrs. Marston and Adela at the same time we have never heard you Call him he wished me to conceal our relationship for a reason he has not yet he would not assist you in aught evil but listen a moment Adeli. I am the heir of my Uncle s immense Fortune. He succeeded in making me believe it hardly possible for me loved for myself consequently i have sought the love of one who knew not of my wealth and i have succeeded. He continued in gaming the the consent of Adela to share my apparent Bumble Fortune and mrs. Marston has made us Happy by not withholding bars at a suitable period. We Only wait now for your you have it my replied Uncle joyfully and i Cougar Tulane you upon your but Why did you not wish us to know he was your nephew1" asked mrs Marston that you might not treat Ilia cordially for my Why this sadness asked Sidney in a lower tone will you not be Happy with me id yen mansion v i should be poppy with you any where Sid Ney but could you Bear the censure of the world and still love on1" what my Adela would be the scorn of the ignorant when you where by my Eidel i Only know How to value my Uncle s gift since it will administer to your time passed and there was a Rumor afloat that the widow mansion s daughter was about to be wedded to a gentleman of wealth and latent. Sidney called on miss Farley who ridiculed the idea of a poor sowing girl entering the fashion Able world. She May have Beauty and refinement and still of obliged to labor returned Sidney i think she has do you know her yes and i expect to be present on her bridal eve i i wish i could get in said Del Phina it would be Fuch a treat to Oil on an old fashioned the next Day to her Surprise she received a note requesting the Honor of her company if Neit wednesday evening supposing it a p m of Sutherland to secure her company she gladly accepted. Concealing from All pave null Julia hit in Tention Lesl it m Ghl detract from her dig1 she not even inquired the name of the intended i bridegroom which she had never heard Sidney refused to Lell her saying it was an Acque Arlance of hers and he wished to enjoy her Surprise if he could be so fortunate As to Ola in invitation. Delphina knew that mrs. Moral on had been in belter circumstances and she trem bled lest Sidney Sutherland should learn that the father of Adela Hud been a partner of her father s she feared lie might attach some blame to him and look Mare kindly upon who had suffered wrong. Yet the thought tho.1 Adela Mars ton was to be the wedded n lie of him whom she hoped yet to Call Bubba nil never entered her mind. Wednesday evening arrived end dolphins after arraying herself with Peculiar care with tie expectation of completing a Conquest of Sid Ney ordered the servant to drive to the widow Marlon a where she waa assisted from the Carriage by Uncle Nahum the lowly cottage was filled with the re Dolence of Many a wild Flower types a Cirque and holy there were tones m the blight blossoms that awake Sweet thought and Lender my Nephew is said Uncle Naburn your Nephew r " repeated Delphina yes or. Sidney Sutherland i wonder he can so Long at this moment a splendid Carriage slopped at the door and or. Sutherland accompanied by a Friend alighted. Is that the intended bnjegroom7" asked Delphina looking at Sidney s Friend. Uncle Nahum Sav that she Wai not aware of Sidney s engagement and avoided the ques lion by telling her with a significant nod that he expected his Nephew would soon take Horn a Bride All things were arranged. The Rev. Or. Grantham was wailing in anxious expectation when Sidney Sutherland led in the to Beautiful Adela Marston who in a few Short moments was pronounced his wife. Delphia s brow Crim soned and Ere the guests had departed All of whom were invited to Sid Ney s Home where a splendid entertainment was prepared honoured by the Jint class in a. She the missing. What fools we have been she said throw ing herself upon the sofa As she reached Home Veo shall be made the sport of the whole Why what is the Mattar 1" asked aunt Julia Adela my Craton is married to Landy a by his Rich Uncle is no Oiher than Uncle Nahum Wiljo has listened to All our plans never mind Delphina we will the country a few months and All will be the next Day they departed. Ere they re turned the fraud practice by judge Farley upon the widow Marston hid been brought to Light and Bat for mrs Sutherland Delphina would have been comparatively a beggar. U liberality supplied her with ample funds her Bouse became an Asylum find enormous Vine growing there leaves As urge As a dining table and a Stein As big round As a Hoe hadd4e. He did not Visi the spot again unti september uhf in he found that the pain pm Une Hail increased amazingly. And had you ended across therner which about Twenty Yards Nile in that and was lost in in a Der swamp 11 remarked thai in was Tarna Iio i a id thought no more1 oct until lie u to Imit when he the Ruhr on t a v be in Jund at the dunce of about forty Jar is fro a t in River Sardou idd a Iolj a Pink sofa Mon Strous size m Lead he gaze upon it with As Ilo Ishmeil and or drains it he Hoard some rather Soukub Sec maj to proceed fro a the Harl of Ihu Cir nos i be or Raiher a timid Man a Hial ened to Stiie or his neighbors t i j them lha am r t Pney a Nej c us and Macli Bra my Mccoin aimed in to the spot. To Purok n Ivaa till Lucre Ort most Appal Hng b i Ines to Issue foil in entrails. Buji being Resolute Rion the y evolved to fathom the Mastery and furl Kiwi i led Ana after about hard Libor Cut open Lna i in Hen Oll bolted a Jii Seroua Sou of. 10 nil by iter off Ping consisting of nine Beau Ful and Luj fifty Piga x weeks old it appears that the had Nussom of e Sou i 1 Ien a poor priv cry Liuio in he Fiille and alter much search had g v in her up As lost. Subset i Quant events Loueve proved that she Haj crossed the River at that time on the Vine and eaten into the pumpkin which furnished her with a habitation and food and her Little ones too until she was so unceremoniously Turtte i de out of House and Home r an Elc Phent in Alabama. An Alabama paper publishes the following is etch the mite rides for which were collected by a visit to live Ira Vollme menagerie while at Lafayette Ala on which decision the Crown immerse and us usual made up of the sovereigns of the land their wives and children the Clephane was the great Point Ofat trac Diirr As Usail Many were the remarks elicited by his immense size and docility i want his hide and Frame for a Corn Eaid a fellow fro a pan handle beat save me his ears for spearts to my old Wagon remarked Ano ther Good gracious1 ejaculated a Sallow girl with dirty Blu ribbon around a yellow neck was it horned with that ugly Snake King tuck to its nose " got a most the least bar toss much hide that 1 Ever quoth Jerry Brum Bellow. Whir do they Raue pm r asked some honest searcher after knowledge not Here not Here in this replied Jim Mcgaffey with a knowing look. War then animal said Jim Olio was very Dink thi1 animal was t raised m the Island of Ainer Iky it came All the Way from Ireland give us your hand my exclaimed old Tom mar tin with an Irin Cal give is your Hail for the Lurue word be re Lellma the boys. Don t you see the z sure twas a for the bogs of the old Cou Elbry this though is but a Heifer Asye May say. Wha wed be say if be could see a i Newme Bull tul Sala Jam Sata soliloquies a a corpulent Dwyer As fio walked up Unco so Boualy Latan Ising the spirit of torn Haines remark on a similar occasion. The group Journo d to the Vicinity of the lion Why did t they Sli Urr Shear that Critter s fore parts As Well As his bind ones asked some one. You see said ins keeper he s Yoi a breast complaint and we were afraid of increasing his cold says to resuscitate a drowned Yankee search his pockets. To resuscitate a drowned englishman Broil a beef Steak under his nose. A a Frenchman May b4 brought to life any time by a bail Ful imitation of a Bull Frog id his ear. A spaniard by applying Home hic of factories i
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