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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 16, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAfr snug Cmunt. P. Magill in count Yaj Pennsylvania at to dollars a wednesday of owning May 16, 1849. I j. Sherwood l s f _ t l to at county. attend to Alln Phi i Tioga Brit turd and str Cou first door fcb 23. Is. Jambs e. Fierce Rul at Law tort. Potter county a. La Itil will be promptly Hiing o inc counties r or. 1. A. Roote. T Guniy. -1 in Ilin Home formerly occur Plaj Hijo. J. Ii.4illlto.-j- Kaiui l Ispir Iho Milcoff or. I Sarsaparilla. Tioga co. A. A. Roy in drugs i medicines paints oils uis5. Dyc to Justl a Patent medicines per Pic re , confection eries co. A Cov Zwetow eve Wal Hir. At Covi Tigon Tioga Well acquainted with the troubles struck girl who aired turn to flee Well i which a family can be crowded perhaps up i hesitated but seeing the of a Lite in the Vest. His old nne and his know to that m in own i j 0 i. Vols . Liora p i in. Pm Psi e Iho cimral Slosson s i Ivonny Vanin pay Down Daimon attorney at Law i a. D up Wilson s hotel Robinson m dry uni maj hardware fun. T Canna. Jts3se ii Ocke t ba1divin co. Of Irv pcs Etc Cic i p. S tt7ttj.e, i arc p c Albinus in Tjitte , Cic Cicil n1 con nov n my Converse Tai Uuk. , Tenn a h. tailor. Penn a _ in 3. C n York. Were his constant companions and Wai Luce Naver ventured into the Forest without or both of them. The stay of Fanny Grey at the Cabin of though Brief had a queer effect upon Wallace. He had very rarely met with Ponien in that lonely though he could not account for it after she left the Humble dwelling which had sheltered them temporarily he had a strange and longing de to visit at father s Cabin. There was daily something he could do for old or. Grey some advice he could give some Handy Workie could perform some help he could Render to1 the Novice in the Woods which he deemed would prove acceptable to her father and at almost any time for weeks you might have found Wallace at or. Grey s settlement. He met Fanny showed her a thousand novelties she never dreamed of in the Vicinity he played with her brother whom Short he found occasion to pass a great Deal of time at or. Grey s where he performed Many a Good office for the while he enjoyed a rapturous pleasure in the society of his and affectionate daughters on n Bright afternoon it had been their Cus Tom of entries to wander away together in the Woods or to the margin of the River. Fanny was a of the picturesque and in the towering massive the rim of the Gentic upon the constantly found some new feature some brighter spot in nature than she had hitherto seen to Reward , and gratify her fondness for the Sublime or Beautiful until at last familiar with the neighbourhood she could saunter away alone or in company Only with her Little brother she had been cautioned never to leave the Cabin out of sight in her Rooming. But autumn came. Eight months had elapsed since Roger Grey came to reside in the spot where he had now located himself and a the Day was Fine Fanny ventured Forth rather later in the afternoon than was her wont and with her Broiher in rfcs upon he form she trotted away toward a Small Hill do a nine Distant a favorite haunt of hers latterly and quite within the Bounds of her parents restrict from its Summit which she Fresque it by climbed she could always see the Smike which the Chimney of her father s hut. With a Light step and merry heart hastened to the Wood close by and in a few whole no. 562. That such course would be fatal and j two flights of stairs will can free ii sett upon his head and was about m her mad. Despair she could Only shriek for Succour which she had no thought however was near her. A bit there was a Quick rustling in the m. 1 g of Puri i Jib Luimit undergrowth behind her though she heard it j belter by five Days labor per in the coun like Char a for fuel milk vegetables and he will m de stand the whole subject much bet Ter. Mechanic can support Hia family not and an instant after old belch passed them in hot haste. 5 shouted the Brave Wallace who had come up at the Sarne moment and Law her peril but could not fire to Adan Belcher mounted up the Side of the Bluff sprung upon the beast but in a moment was disabled by the fierce clutch of the How enraged and disappointed for an instant stood Over the prostrate dog in Triumph. Shouted the1 Young Marksman Gfey-7 exhausted with the fright and excitement the ground. A Sharp ring echoed through the Forest and the Savage Liest reeled Forward and plunged head Long to the base of the Bluff pierced through the brain by a Bullet from Tourig Holland s unerring the father heard the sprang wildly to the in another moment pressed his children frantically to his heart. They were three years subsequent to this adventure i chanced1 to be trailing Down the Ohio on its Brink there stood. A neat Little dwelling a Humble spot tenanted by a Youthful couple who had been but recently married and from try than by six in this or almost any great City. But men do get Rich in the yes they do. One in a thousand of those who came Here in of Fortune achieve it and they Are generally j men who would do the same any where scrutinize closely the lives of. Those what have made fortunes in cities and you will find that they were Fearly risers hard workers Sharp dealers and close sort very difficult to starve. Having thus obtained a Good Start Early in life the rest was i easy for he must be a Nati iral born fool or worse who cannot with Money and credit accumulate property anywhere. The problem we Are considering is How me Are to d 3 who have not Money or at beet Havel very Litt we Are hot forgetting that there Are some showy instances of men Wio have made fortunes by some d Luck in the pheral Caleb by Horace Creeley. This Choice is almost always an unwise one. Iii the country a Young Man heartily willing to do anything honest and useful fora livelihood need Seldom wait Long for employment that will at least a subsistence. In the cities the Case is sadly different. A capable willing Trast worthy Man May earnestly seek employ lost in the same w their lips i gathered the above facts. Tue j Small fortunes Anc occupants of that pretty dwelling were Wallace or and mrs. Holland to. Cities. The Sarne gotten. Into some Emporia to depart when he was collared and ordered to place it As he found it. The Yankee this Harun Der pull More in front stick under that left etc., All of which orders the officer reluctantly fulfilled. That sir that s about said the Yankee and now my Friend leave i Gin you a Small word of and meddle with a Yankee s hat unless you Are prepared to fake a Peep into Good morning i mfg Solomon s Blacksmith. And to Jass when Salomon the son of David had finished the Temple of Jerusalem that he called unto him the chief architects the head artificers and cunning workers in Silver and Gold and in Wood and in Ivory and in Stone All who had aided in rearing the Temple of the lord and he said to sit Yed own at my prepared a feast for All my chief workers and cunning artificers. Stretch Shing speculations or run of Forth your therefore and eat and drink these Are too few to disturb and be merry is not lne Iab re worthy of his hire is not the skillful artificer deserving of Honor 1, muzzle not the of that trend eth out and when Solomon and the chief workmen were seated and the fatness of the inn and the Oil thereof were upon the table there came one m to knocked loudly door and forced him action. Whoever try his la Carat Gan bling a not obliged to come to the City Lor that purpose or at least need not remove hither Tiree Days will suffice for this purpose. And for every Large Fortune rapidly inquired in trade1 or shocks fully forty some Large ones have been y. The mushroom million Aire Dazzles All eyes by his horses and equipage his Palace and his is thought of tailed those w 10 have lost every thin a by turn of t be wheel crawl away to die Lut of the Way Corner silent and for a single class re main to be spoken hat 6f men Pusl to Weir youth n to often with families dependent on theft Seeli employment i n because ,l1iey Havi not been successful Elsi where Anid without any special faculty plunge ment for months without finding any. And i some novel to ratio m of pbrnmerce1 to Earret jul the livelihood among Stran the reason is very Clear there Are More seek j Gers which they cd ingot a Sid their friends at a the cities than work can be found the pursuits to we i Tor anal dually through the growth of Llhee jcountry4 trading with Thorn yet the pressure War employment in cities continually demand for labor. The Gigantic sea. Of foreign ration incessantly rolling c in upon the the american Union. Shot. A Sion or i life. Eve lick . Tiro a Ivianna air had began fur eau and the Green leaves upon the boughs of the Iroff. Huns decked the Bill hip rav and Chilly except at Anil yet the of nature1 who cow not Illo be narc diff Midlil readily find of Floc by pitiful to Liilo away an hour a in gazing at the still Ejra Ous novel rocks of inc a Cebu where our minutes lint children were out of sight. Scarcely act they disappeared when Wal lace made Hie appearance Rifle in hand before the Entrance of Grey s dwelling. Come said Roger kindly. Not now please Why f nothing. Where is miss Fanny v she has just gone Flower i Only wanted to say she had better avoid the to oud loves to sit so what s the matter not continued the there yesterday evening and at the East Ciuc i i the Hill you remember there is a Narow Cleft Between the two rocks which form the yes i so it seems though i never knew it be in inc year 1810, before any Sculle Fores Well what of the Cleft Wallace 1" Ivo thin a sir particular. That is you see i be been through these a Good Many went of consequence had been made in Ohio j years and know a Panther when isse him " Shita Fini ily Vic no from York stale to i a what 1" exclaimed Grey starting Tot is a Branch of the great Miama it fact of Imp ends Ond two children a son l Hie eldest fifteen the other Numian Tenn half a score of years of age. E they selected was a wild but Lovely a Panther sir. I can Tell him even though i see nothing but his Well Wallace anxiously. The vilify and but a few weeks elapsed i Well then coming Home last evening i Ceri heir arrival arc a Small but. Comfortable saw a Panther s pointed end of Kwh mind erected beneath the Shadow projecting from the Crevice of that Cfaft and " he Brest s Olio and Roger Grey come to caution miss Fanny to stay at a respectable Patch about him which Home this afternoon while i grand get a shot w Raij sown Vnti Spring Grain. 1 he Region was n romantic far Down Otic the River flowed by in Majes tic silence. Tiie Sonuia d been Well chosen by for agricultural purposes but the new Comero Iliad been Here scarcely a week Ere Fuji nil Tom neighbourhood was often by several sheep had Wii destroyed in tiie night and the howl of the a twi repeatedly hear Dat a distance he lonely evenings. The nearest neighbor Emigrant one Farmer Holland an mistera Mun also where Grey s family had lined Dur into the erection of their Cabin and House wig full a mile Distant to the West or. Holland had but one son some Jesus of age who had been brought up the but a braver heart or 1 Uler disposition than Aat of Young Wallace Jot be found in the state. His father was i Eop Trio original Buckeye pioneers a in seen and encountered All the rude eve a Day hardships incident to years reside Tice in the Hack Woods. Wa6a Practised one he had met red Man in hostility and conquered grappled with the fiery Wolf and of Bear of that j to j i bringing thousands who work promptly or go to the poor House and who Are inured to and poorer living than Ameri pans will submit to will keep the general labor Market glutted and the average recompense of hired labor Low for a term of which we cannot foresee the end., but do you contend that no american youth should Ever Migrate from the country to one of Pur cities v no sir we do not. F what we to maintain is leaves the country to come hither she acid feel sure that he has faculties capacities Powers for country affords him no scope and that the City is his continued the 41 passed j proper sphere of usefulness. He should next by evening and at the East Side of j de sure that he has ability to procure a Liveli Hood while he shall be Labouring to attain that sphere which he regards As his ultimate Destina Tion. No youth should Migrate to a City with Outia thorough Mastery of some Good Mechail or a handicraft such As u prosecuted cities although he May not intend to follow it except in Case of dire necessity. Teaching clerking Law Are so very precarious except Koynen of established reputation and Busi Ness that it is next to madness for a Ypuh to come Here relying upon them. Voith a Good Rade a Hearty Wii ringnes of work strict tem France and. Habits of Economy it will be hard a starve out a Man who has once found emt Lloyd edit not so with one who is trained Only or a teacher or clerk or who a willing to do anything a which Means that he knows How to do nothing1. Our City always has Een and always will be pays for burying the greater part of them the Young Inan fit to come to a City does not begin b Impo tuning some relative or Friend to a pirate Gambler the even cd they Are orse than that who eve , they Are v kids them in their their crime. No vocation after third or unless he has hitherto been mad Folly is an accessory to Nan should Ever change his Muff Lucli. Self even into the Festal chamber. Then. Solo Mon the King was Wroth what manner of Man Art Thon 1" and the Man answered and men wish to Honor me they Call me son of the forge but when Thuy desire to mock me they Call me Blacksmith and seeing that the toil of working in fire covers me with sweat and smut the latter name o King is hot inapt and in truth thy servant desires no i said Solomon Why Cam e Yon thua rudely and unbidden to the feast where none save the chief workmen of the Temple Are in please be my lord i came replied the Man because thy servant obliged me to the chief workmen Rotthe Tei Kipte Yere invited to Dine with the King of israeli the hot. The Cornelia Good ship said pc if the West indi4 chaplains of the american men s Friend society of but at one time we feared she was on her last voyage. We were a Evv Daya out. From new York when spevere storm of five Days continuance overtook us. Like a Jnoble Charger Between two contending did the ship Tju Iyer m a31 her join it a and struggle to frown the of the winds a and the Waves. At the height of storm i must Tell you or a feat of a Connecticut Sailor boy. He was literally a boy and far fit Ted for thumbing Webster s spelling Book than furling a sail in a storm. But Hia Mother was a widow and where boy earn a living for himself and Mother better Tolian at the ship was rolling fearfully twice-1 saw the Captain lose his Centre of though he kept his temper pretty and measure his length on . Stroei of the rigging got got the Mair Mast head and it was in Home ii e should up and rectify. It. I was standing hear the mate and heard him order that to do it Hia Cap and glanced at the swinging inst boiling in Junful and at he steady deter mined of the mate. He in silence a my rent then across the deck he pitched Down into Shevlo Recette. Per haps he was gone two minutes when he resumed Laid Hia hands on the Rawlins end up with a Goodwill. My Eye following hint Vij my head was Diziki when. I turned and rejoin grated with the mate for sending that boy aloft. He could do1 Dowa alive Why did you Send Hini 1" i did replied to save Njeri Over Board but never a ropy. See How like a Squirrel. He is More careful. Hell it i ook Acour Down Safe i Hope.1 again i looked till a tear dip performed and i was compelled to his every moment to c5tch a. Sjol All the while 6n Tho in about diff teen Wab now the chief Job the eyes of Moeaki him. It is the misfortunes of pickpocket or something of Hen he has but a sorry pros at. Him if i can quiet belch Ctm tined Wai lace turning to the Fine Prairie had accompanied his master along but Liose Quick ear had detected a noise in the distance which neither Roger Grey or Wallace had caught. Down i continued Wallace Osythe Prairie dog again set Forth a Sharp growl. I i my god what is that to exclaimed Roger Grey an instant afterwards turning deadly Pale and springing to doorway. But Wallace had heard it too and without uttering a Sylla ble he dashed madly towards the Forest followed by Belcher close at this heels. The terror stricken father was instantly Pori his Trail for the wild shriek they heard came from Hia Daugh Ter s lips. Help father Wallace screamed the girl at the top of Heit lungs Ait sister Fanny yelled the boy As Hub Clung in desperate fright to her dress for As they Haf approached the favorite spot on which the gentle Girt had delighted to rest there or merged from the Crevice of the Rock a huge animal tit the panther1 up ocies which nimbly mounted the Little Hill Side within thirty Yards of the wanderers and Crouch indy upon its pre Bacn accustomed to danger and i some o anger an 4. Be n from i Howai growled pared to Spring from the ascent defenceless children. .1 the non Star lashed the Sod with Hia Tail and it gated upon the horror. Find or make a place for him. Having first Quali fied himself so far As he May for usefulness lore he comes understanding that he must begin at the loot of the class and work his Way up. Hayin1 found a place to makes Hnidj Freli acquainted with those places where work in his line May be found Sens the advertisement of wants in the leading journals at an Early hour each morning notes those which hold out some Prospect for him Jand accepts the first place offered him which he can take Honor ably and fill acceptably.1 he who commences in the Woy is quite Likely to get on. But for him whose chief object is to live comfortably o r even to aquire wealth by honest Industry the City Isi not the place. The mass of men work far steadier and harder Here a Bare subsistence than they do away from the cities. To say nothing of the Ruder manual toil by which no Criari can support a family in Comfort the average earnings of gob mechanics Here will not exceed eight dollars pen Eck the year round or per the will seen considerable to mechanics we Cari hire a Good House and Garden for to with often a strip of pasture or Neadow attached but let such a one consider that Here new York almost any kind of a House costs from to per annul and the meanest dog Hole int pet before him b it unlucky Man to bring a family of children to a City and Hope Lere to support Thim in some novel Pursuit is a vilest most ass pirate infatuation. There s no Chancy of Hope that e can struggle on except in the most abject dependence and by Gary. Sometime Between the years 1812and 14, when considerable animosity existed Between lie people of Cap Ida o and the United states and when some Oft be British subjects who were 1 dressed with a 1 title Brief looked upon the Yankees of Buir Little better than brutes following is raid to have taken place at t St. Johns u j and morbid vanity that it demo inapt i All the passions of youth to become the absorb then he who cawed1 the cherubim1 ing to govern despotic ally to the fellow is no and he who in Msj of Laws and the roof with pure Gold said neither in of count Henry Des such Workman in Fine to was n6w its and rather than be Roo feed and he who Walls proper j by the laughter or sneer of his comrades he a1 Cutter of i jewess bar Force prepared for however fatal if reveal an4 he who maans the is tie de to Bharat ctr rather than not gratify the not Dinning in i must repair and habitual appetite. Before him the mystery of have still forty i Giitl Lay the object which was now necessary to Tow a safety of that position in society which his vanity he custom House a Yankee of cons he office and informed the officer that he wish id lond and receive a passport. The officer Post As it was customs by for people when they in cred his office to receive passports to take off heir and req lately. No i thank be Bur dollars and a h durable dimensions entered Castic look at h a and said ested him to d o so imme said the Gin if foe that hat to keep my Lead and ears 1 Mou impertinent said the officer working himself into considerable of a passion How dare you insult me 01? with your Cap no sir Bedo it keeps my head pro Jer after several Ord ers of a similar kind accompanied. With curses and threats which met with no better Success i stepped Fop to him1 and gave Bis hat a blow which sent it to an adjacent Cor he made his toilet had made necessary to him. He no Itinger de san of. The and took his. Departure. S foiled himself with the. Idea that he could per to be plus i facts were not altogether Friendly to j Suade the Bracelet from the owner. The More it so happened that his Friend mod of obtaining it was lost and he unscrupulous upon the sudden. While bestowing his praises upon the Tab l was shrewd in tracing out clues and tit tons. A Small amount Ocil Temacy with intimates of Jules led him to conjecture t with he family Duvivier. He accordingly it Rived to let the Painter know the history of file bet which had been made Lisching the Bracelet. The with the. Count Quel of his reve unions was that Jules had an invitation to be resent on the Day when the grand result was Rou. Be revealed now the whole Story was St inv or Young artist like flames to Gunpowder. Car j needed but a spark of Light for his perfect formation. He called to memory in rapid a cession All the events which connected the Madl it with the1 evening of the Ball tempi osits to Athena is which immediately Fol and computing the interval of time be arid he 3aiu to. Meeting and the appointed Day Wood we hewed the to into the pillars and roof or the Story of Emma n anal hosta Thio Hia o just the fourteen Days Rees on Lei there was. No Rasoli Why of the to this but waited Cei Ved his passport it within his Walle his journey when he Yankee paid no attention patiently until he had re folded and safely deposited and was ready Tajpur Tsue turning to the officer lie a to pick up his hat and put it on his1 was Wroth ordered him to e might get into s words with a Man of his head. The officer who Cuve the office or for he did not desc Ripon. Laid the you must pick up my hat and that in be minute s time or you shall feel the weight of these shaking his nearer to his lordship s face than was agreeable the officer raved swore All to to effect and then threatened to Cane him if he did not depart. Said tie Yankee time Pussies considerable Kinder and at the same time beginning to unbutton his coat and you had better going after that hat.1 after several Moe to feats which had the desired effect upon Lis the time being nearly expire he sneaked of for the hat Atid offered it to the owner not satisfied with that Anc ordered Hin to put it on his head precisely Asho found it. The off coed enough Good said Solomon Thon in Aai proved that i invited thee and Tobii Art All Meir s father in Art. Go Wash the smut of the Furge from thy and come and sit at my right hand. The chiefs of my workmen id Are but asst so it happens at the feast of Solomon and blacksmiths hats to been honoured Ever sinc e. Tens Ihly looking up other pieces of music from the piles before him for the exercise of the musician he contrived with a dexterity of hand which almost declared. For a Large degree of practice to Transfer the Bracelet to a place be tween certain folds of the music for while it Lay Perdu. By a second and subsequent movement he passed the jewel into his Sieve a he fondly hoped unseen. But the keen and suspicious Eye of the Painter had suffered none of Hia proceedings to escape unnoticed. He smiled Cov Ertly at what he saw but wid nothing. The count meanwhile Happy in Hii wretched Suc Cess prepared his departure. He t had compassed the object of his visit not perhaps and he had originally calculate la to effect it Kut sufficiently to his satisfaction in regard to the result of the Wager. It is not of course to b supposed that his purpose was theft. The jewel was of no value to. Him and in All probability the end obtained which he had in View and is pm pin and he said was Bis said he to the artificer m who makes your instruments by you work Beautiful thing s for my4ord the King re no a cheeses As a roue recognized by his and Esaid Shi on the display of the Bracelet Ani the to re Torel it directly or other the Possession of the unsuspecting owner. Perhaps was All hrs scheme. When he was gone the Painter asked a Moselle foe us Bracelet fee had tent her it a said she rummaging1 among tha music sheets. Yoti will scarcely find it was j the curiosities. A Skull from the Skeleton of a discourse a few Teeth and a lock of hair from the of a Nail. A note from a flute. A buckle from Orion s Belt. I Ija splinter from the beam of an Eye a few grains from a scruple of conscience. The borrowed umbrella that was returned. The impress left upon character by the first step in crime. A piece of a marriage Halter. Of silk from the canopy of heaven. Some of the dust thrown in old a few Brick foundation of a report two feet from a line of poetry. I 7 a few hairs from the brow of a Hill. A state from the map of life the Man that the very Long tape Crin or Warren took from the Slomach of a girl at the it is How in the Sleve or pocket of the count Henry. Des what do you mean v j you wonder what i with Here it is. I shall have to keep it for Day longer. Perhaps you Wintred How Mariy e Embling yours was the one i f did. The difference Between my object is soon with Worff is it Vinter related the history of ble. He when i reflect upon and Crabbe making none Jrae Elel Una a debtor has turned Rao Tjia to erase la we Lior rowing that you r Ine spa per pee Spape i

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