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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 10, 1843, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania11 i Basel. A log ill Loniza n Bon Chat co. Hammond Winell Iris Inson a san on in Terr Ritj roes i its. Geraw John Austin James Munson Dowid. Swimmer. Jaquish Jonett Simmons win i a Horace Pel w Hause 11 to i ought on. Boirie. Penney. Laily. Jurors. S Ripley Elijab b. Smith. Or Gilbert i tilt aghast. Ania isel. Butler James i i in As boy cosy u a life Cole Oliver a v Odd a vat Iller. Fulkerson Smith a to Tok. Evans John daily. Fiet Burn Martin Hesiod Peny new i i King. 2d week. S Lewis Jonathan filler is Walker Avery Wilson a gloss. N Edward Vine v. Seth w. To Kilburn Cool Mas Kab Austin. Ness. In west., Linker. ., Hoyt " Lamb. c Ben barn Berwin. Iscon Archer. I. Is notice. Alld estate will i and All wit Bol Hort Hort. Bookst cat a 1813. Need and published eve vol. 38 the Timotia eac81.e.i , tio6a county a. Conditions. F All letters and common Nicalina Iobst be Pitisi paid to ensure attention i subscription received for a Shorter Jeri and Tah six months nor will any paper be Discon Iii Cut until Ali arrearage Are paid bul the Ion of the publisher. T the Mmry wednesday by 3. P. At a year payable half yearly an. Advance or year. Wellsborough wednesday May 10, 1843 no. 247. History of a co Tiette. P tin Gree blk Mann i not More Taan a Square. Ii i i be inserted three limes for one dul Lasij j t t 1 n 11 charged in the Pitr it n. Thine exceeding si.flints., Clini As a sygure and mailing or l8 13 c nos for every Lime after. Tic Price inf Kief insertions the Xante. J .7 Liberal to those who Adi disc m year p o e t r y. From the Tadifa Szolc. The tourists. T miss Rose Newman. 0 glad she is g6ne that disa Vroman so pompous in Lier so self conceited so fussy Hen goodness me what a ii has nol a character with lips is Safe Wilile he is pres what a Vii. Her thin Hatchet Small pinched Ops her Sharp 1 her malicious Little id almost think that miss and Only was nothing More nor less than so lie frightful female Ghoul trans in fifty ent and face be i nose at Eline by a Man Dak Dlallo. Plait i night what a med w Aid Evoh in i miss i once satan and moloch Sci out on to Liker to re Resli la Weir old of Iris a of our Gizin iou Lur cd Hue Sien but a inv. Of a heir men who once brought the news of this world to Itier Dun. Since Napoleon to they in Frt i it in old i jul ones to Zero so they up to Sie Luu Iligir Uhi were i Lieut ills i Inpyn fill uhf ii and i Ortii Sefi Neil Itu ill on 1m f aunt Keziah who occupied site . There was Domestic quietude prevailing 1 title Back Pai Lor thai i As thu Home no a fam were at piece with themselves world a Largo. The Astral Anding upon the Centro cd its softened Light around r the portrait of Uncle Geoffrey by with blight Metal but a nov old maid As she is ought to fuel obliged for your Good opinion. A Lucy that in endeavouring do i r Justice you Don t imitate c her prominent taints take care i Ivy Cheek said Llic . In Advance att they saw love its on the Hill and Ibe Dale on and the col in the they saw Itje proud Forest j of masts on lilo Tsiames j they saw its bold people like Earth s Beacon flames. But icy Loo i d on the reptiles thai crept round Whitehall and then they la Frh d longest and loudest of All Geml dirty witness. A Overman evian m the course of a St fill examination on a trial during the circuit was asked to Staje the exact age of the defendant. Dirty thirty was the reply. And Pray sir Are you his nil by now by sir i am dirty two. H i but bar ular opt under1 a lady i re. A Hie in he can n to i Painti an pretty h mrs. By hit Woma Small one is Mouth with Ruby lips the lower try projecting with a characteristic eyes fringed with Long dark over1 arched by Delica Black null he a Stril which velvet their simple m i n i u of Erir Dartin a pc woul att Racli women. It How f Aroun while fringe o indeed a Estern paper says that married with Small families must Janake Bent Miller fes As they Aref most disturbed Bailhe i newspaper inight Knovs Inal o do under Frey with a of by to s Black eyes winked and her shed. Slip would have con in Justice of her Uncle s reproof Eye was attracted by a panic it lying on the re litre. Table e Shadow of to c la nip. Me Uncle a mini Mure and o 10 How a Pininia in Gold Wilh a Sleik id Chain and a Hearl to Ilois Geol Rcv a vat to one of your old Sweet aunt Keziah do of Tell me be original it this exquisite How very Beautiful lending Over he miniature my Oisin Lucy gazed Union the portrait. H fair and Lovely h a Cheek warmed with the to f Youthful Beauty budding into Ood a Strait grecian nose Eye brows of the same deep the lashes a White forehead High nor very Low with ing Relief afforded by the hair dark and Glossy was parted Wilh elegant simplicity in the Centre of the head and descending along each Cheek Fella single Tress behind y chiselled car Bright Wilh a ing of Gold. Such was the hut there was an arc Ness Sion resting upon each line of the beat Laiful features and a liquid gleam from her Eye which giving it liar character and fascination ave made the face an object of in among a thousand Beautiful indeed a Beautiful girl and by hat dark Boddice gathering he bust relieves the delicate the half shaded by the lice. A Verj Beautiful picture i am sure Uncle that you you miss Lanly has left in Here with her handkerchief. And Pray How did miss agreeable miss Stan into Possession of Beautiful i Don t know Lucy whether i can Tell you All you ask but certainly i know something of the history of the Beautiful original As you term her of Uncle Geoffrey do Tell me do Tell me All about her.3 the entreating look of my pretty Cousin was not to be withstood. So after settling himself in Bis armed chair with a curious look at his wife Uncle Geoffrey commenced his Story Twenty years ago the original of exquisite miniature lived in this City a Young and Beautiful Laura was the admiration of All. The old admired her manner he keen and sprightly Conversa Tion. The Young liked her they knew not Why. Her manners were were the manners of other Young ladies. Her Eye was Bright so were other eyes. Her face Hier her Carriage All were marked for their Beauty their symmetry and to Lepir gracefulness yet others there were who were As Beautiful As sym metrical n Graceful. Yet there was an Indeli Nablo hovering Abent the manner of the Beautiful girl a fascination of the Eye the look the Lone that gave Laura a witching Power Over the mind. All who knew her Luord her. But a change came Over her dream of Youthful happiness. The curse that too often attends extraordinary Beauty came Over Curso of Caprice. She had sailors As she grew to womanhood Many suitors. She became More proud of her number of admirers than of the real Worth of cat h Perlic tiler admirer. 15y mature he was gifted Wilh is warm a heart As Ever beat in woman s by Fash Ion she acquired the enviable distinction of being without the imaginable particle of that obsolete commodity of affection by court termed a Hearl. Among the first of her suitors when she blushed in the full glow of seven teen was a Young Mechanic named Lawson. His baud hard and his garb unfashionable Laura could not notice his silent Assiduity to please. Trilhe Den and increasing alien lion i which developed itself in a thousand j Jille acts of kindness without feeling some segard and respect or her suitor although he was a Iii Chunnic and Bis hand was hard his garment unfashionable. Lawson Vas such a kind hearted fellow she would say but then it would be so pretty to show off a Little at Lawson s arid miss Laura indulged to the Lull her increasing love for whim and Caprice. One night Lawson would Call Anil Laura next t love e heart Drain Vas All love and affection. The Ighel thought of his the history of the Beautiful orig this portrait. Do Tell it to me icle Lucy looked up into Jeffrey s face and Uncle Geof oked into aunt t Keziah s face smile of Peculiar meaning. Twining itself round j is uie my Norv of a pleasant j Livson would Call on his t devoted Laura but unfortunately j was sick she had a she could not be seen Lawson turned j from the door with a sorrowing look sfas he turned he vedic old her laughing at him through the blinds. This was very pleasant and Lawson enjoyed file j pleasantry for a Good at last the love one evening the headache and the laugh through the blinds on the ensuing evening became tiresome and Lawson turned away from the door of his sweetheart never to with the is very Beautiful is miss Laura very Beautiful i cant fat born her and t so she s too Good for me and i la not trouble her any the next Lover Ahrne was not Charles Augustus Tripple a handsome Man a Fine stature Ruddy face in weaning eyes and such Fine clothes such ruffled shirts and such whiskers Charles Augustus Tripple was decidedly the handsomest suitor that Ever Knelt at the feet of the Beautiful miss Laura. He was such a gentleman Why. When he was Aboul to Kneel to miss Laura and confess his passion he paused at the very instant of kneeling and spread his delicate White handkerchief on the floor in or Der that the thing might be done accor Ding to form and this Snow White pants be saved from Contact Wilh the dust on the carpet. A very Fine gentleman was or. Charles Augustus trip pie. Charles had As Little heart about him see How it exclaimed Luas Ever for a moment inconvenienced miniature does not belong to the most finished Beau but still he could not help feeling Little in love with miss Laura her eyes were so Black her lips Veio so pouting her Cheek was so glowing Anil she was so handsome no sooner did miss Lati a think herself sure of her Lover than her usual system of tactics was irime Dij fately put into operation. Charles would Call to attend miss Laura 16 Church but fit Vas Sueha miss Laura had gone to Church with another gentleman. Charles would attend miss Laura to a Ball and miss Laura would dance Willi every gentleman in the crowded Saloon except or. Charles Augustus Tripple. Exclaimed Charles meal s hero game is it of to my Lark i understand you you flirt Wilh another Man i la flirt Wilh another woman. Well see miss Laura Well Charles was As Good As his while miss Laura sailed off in one direction with a temporary Beau or. Charles sailed off in another direction accompanied by As temporary a flame. The game did very Well fora while. Bui at last the players became tired of their parts they parted Wilh Cool con Tempo one Side and sneering indifference on Ibe Oiler. Laura was now Nineteen and she Hail already jilted a Mechanic a gentle Man of merchant s clerk two Law students and an elderly gentleman of forty. A t this time Iacre came across her Pathol life a Man a Sui Dent of divinity Whoso whole Days Anil nights had been passed among Hooks with untrained manners a scholarly habit of stooping an awkward Carriage yet Wilh a fj-c1 not altogether Unhan some dark hair and eyes while his soul was All feeling. He saw Laura and the first time he saw her he loved her. It seemed to him As though some of the Bright which had hovered Over the Dep is of his soul when Bend ing among the Mushy tomes of his Library had taken a form and shape and now stood him a Beautiful personification of his Early dreams. He i saw Lati a and he loved her with his soul to loved her. Unfamiliar Wilh fashionable Small Lalk. At Nir Hamilton knew no Way of manifesting his affection liar Laura than by gazing at her silent july and from a distance while his dark eyes flashed with All the j silent of love. one Niu Jit it chanced that they were j alone together. Arthur seized the Del a i Csc hand of Laura and gazing into her lust Ricus Black eyes in a voice deep toned with passion and a manner hurried by emotion lie told the loner cherished Sec rot of mis Jove. Laura counterfeited coldness in was in vain. Her Ehri is Crim soned Wilh s. She tried to withdraw her hand hut it trembled in the grasp of the student. She closed her eyes Foi to so earnestly at her she closed her eyes by n tear emerged from the Eye lid. She started up endeavouring to free her Waist from the Arm of the Stu Dent she. Started no and fell weeping upon his shoulder while soft whispered words of reciprocal affection came from her lips. And Laura loved the awk Ward Arthur Hamilton warmly devotedly and fondly loved him. But the curse of her life again had its Sway she tripled Wilh her Lover she acted the Wilh a truth and Fidelity to nature that her infinite credit Jet the not found in Arthur Hamil ton s dictionary. When she trifled with his feelings he thought her cruel when she treated him with indifference he thought her callous when she Flirl de with another he. Thought her false and Arthur Hamilton turned away from he object of his first his Only love Vilh a heavy feeling of unutterable despair resting upon his soul while the bitter exclamation arose to his lips grasped at the phantom happiness Ami the vision has melted into air. I offered my very soul is a lilting Sacri fice at the shrine of Beauty and i gather up Llie broken fragments of n crus i Cal spirit and bickered heart for my Reward. She is false and i am Deso Lale. Laura beheld him at her Side for the last time and she heard the last words that she might Ever hear from his lips Wilh n feeling of anguish which rung every Fibre of her soul. She would have spoken and with words of sincere repentance confessed her fault hut Ere the confession Rose of her Tongue a thur Hamilton was gone. Laura lived on but life was a Blank the world a desert. The excitement of coquetry away the Bustle of the Kail room ceased to please her vary ing fancy the Glare the show and the glitter of the deadened to her Eye and How interrupted my pretty Cousin in features so intelligent in expression and yet so heartless a Pray Uncle How Long has she been asked Lucy As she dropped her head in attentive admiration of i Hje been dead Uncle Geff Long has she How very Odd How extremely Odd or. Exclaimed a shrill piercing female voice As the loom door suddenly opened i d just got half Way Down to Simpon a you know Simpsons in order to get at the truth of Young Smith and that pert minx miss Bridges when on a Sud Den i remembered i d for Gollen my handkerchief so i thought i d run Back a As i have a Little bit of news to Tell you. It s a scramble Well has failed and he daughter run away with the Dan cing master. They do talk about miss Tompkins miss Waine Bridge i declare if you Llavon t got my your half shrieked my pretty Cousin Waicy As she gazed at the of the lady who stood before her your miniature miss Lanly she had some reason for her Surprise tall and thin in figure attired in the writer i tithe Mobile h a i d w h o ii a i Bee h cd r is s i e e 0 y connected with the Public press the following deserved Cor Mieri language of the members of the Craft. Who have had an Opportunity of judging will fail to admit the justness of remarks. He says i in All our experience and we have visited in that Lime four the one under were born and educated we have Al ways found among printers not Only More intelligent but More Liberty of opinion crore of that Noble and High minded caste of that looks with a forgiving Eye As Well upon the frailties 6f erring humanity As upon the jars and contentions that grow out of either religion or politics than any other class of men not excepting the teachers of religion of the Bible them selves or the statesmen who Thunder in the forum printers have a Orfo f free masonry the whole w Orl d conversant not Only with events hat Are transpiring in their own neighbor Hood but Over the whole their very occupation and the Peculiar province in which they , Are All calculated to bring within uie scope of their Vivious and Llie Circle of their interests the opinions and the feelings of the entire family of Man. It is a Simi Lar Community of interests and a tier Sonal with the whole world that makes the honest tar a whole souled Man a Friend of his species in what Arish finery with a shawl of the Ever port he meets therr but Jive pain most strongly contrasted colors gatherer is his Superior in one de round her bust. Miss stanly wore j Field of letters the Garden of science a very dashing Bonnet lopped by a j and the very Fountain of learning Are re in his Range and measurably under his profuse Quantity of dashing bows Arr lined by a luxuriant imitation of a very Flower Garden. Pier face was very thin her nose Sharp hernias pitched with a vinegar like acidity of expression and each Sallow Cheek was profusely daubed with a very Ingeni Ous preparation of Carmine. Your miniature your s miss Stan re echoed Lucy glancing first at the youth and Bloom that seemed Bursi ing into life from the picture and than gazing wonderingly at the withered face before her your miniature miss your nuni nature miss mimicked that amiable spinster with a pc t toss of the head my miniature and Why not miss should t control. With scarce an exception there is not one of profession that a Good Man might not be proud to take by the hand As an associate and a Friend or that the statesman might not take into his Council with satisfaction a himself and a Benefit to the lesson for Young men. A Cor respondent informs us that he was acquainted some thirty a ears ago a Vii three Young men All then apprentices to mechanical trades who boarded to Gether at a boarding House in Murray Street. Each of them was poor having no Means but the scanty allowance of apprentices which barely sufficed to pay their Board and provide them with eighteen five or ten years More. I assure you Pon ago not Honor. There give me the miniature and let me until it out of sight. The iils it it a my Iginia Ture it was taken working apparel so that on sunday when. I was quite a child a Mere girl of when most Young men sported Holyday suits in Broadway these lads remained at Home Reading having not our Sun Day pull Between them. But All of them were honest in Iceni Ami Aston la wears on one of them has since been mayor of George town d. C., the second m a or of new Ark n. J., and the third is Robert Smith who we Trust will very soon be mayor of new York such Young men Are the of patient Indus try and Sollid though Humble Worth. N. Y. Tribune. Mrs win abridge of dear me or Wain i Bridge 1 should so like to Tell you about old scram Lewell s failure bit bless my soul i Havn t time. I be so Many Calls to make this evening. night Good night Ami with this remark miss stanly flounced out of the room while my pretty Cousin Lucy looked from the face of her aunt to that of her Uncle and from that of her Uncle to that of her aunt again in mute Surprise. Uncle Geoffrey was certainly Labouring under a violent fit of laughter and aunt Keziah seemed very far from that com posed any serious state of mind which declares All levity to be sin and every smile a Mark of incorrigible vice. Of i d forgot to Tell you or. Cried the sheriff voice of miss stanly As the door opened and her thin face appeared through the aperture i d forgot to Tell you old scramble vell s daughter run away with a fiddler not a dancing master. It was Arabella Michel that eloped with the dancing master. Good night you look surprised exclaimed Geoffrey As the door again was closed what has excited your won Uncle How can you miss stanly the miniature Are one and the replied Uncle Geoffrey. But Call her her name is Laura Adeline stanly. In her you a when that miniature was a faithful copy of her living Beauty i Yeii she was known As the pretty a auras and now when age has destroy a Beauty and disappointment soured her is called that disagreeable Crea Ture Adeline old maid j my pretty Cousin Lucy cast downward for a moment and be envied wrapped in thought. Well Uncle she exclaimed after a pause As she raised her head i will never be a coquette no never from the lady s Wreath. The Groom s catechism. Q. What is the use of a horse s Tail. A. Its use is twofold first for Orna ment and secondly to Brush off the flies. Q. Why then Are the owners of ses so much in the habit of cutting off their tails a. Because they Are both Savages and blockheads. They have neither taste nor feeling. A How does a horse look with his Tail docked Square to about the length of six inches a. Why he looks a poor miserable Bob tailed horse. Q. the condition of a Bob tailed horse in Fly time a. Why he is in the same Condi Tion that the Man ought to be who docked him. Q. is that a. Constr it misery. Right Roger. You understand your catechism Conn. Courant. Why is tobacco like a musician because it delights in the pipe and plays upon the organs. Dont you Kase sir daddy to afe ered if i Larn Grything now i Shan t have nothing to 1 Arri Ven i go to the Cademy. Wit. I have a spark in my a Udy in the cars looking Forward at a Spruce Young gentleman sitting oppo site her. i i i

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