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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 2, 1854, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFlotto Papet go Tefr to neros stye Guencer Litefa Lurer Kajj rupture to her fulfilled death he pastor ill her. Roamed during the too was admitted i her father was know c country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest me card 10. Wellsboro thursday nov 1854. Whole no. 842 select poetry the sea Bird. Written while at sea. By Kenneth Sincomb. To in busied around the Zephyr sight with gentle sound the Moo in beaming n the adj Brohl stars the night watch keep while there comes on the deep these blvd a flitting by. Mirk she flies with anxious Baste Sosoli y o or the watery waste. To seek her nest on some far Shore a Yello Man unknown some Barren Isle and Lone a secure since Days of Yore. Through All the Livelong Day Shell roam 0 or ill s aide Walers far from Home Oft diving Neal the billow s Crest to find 5ome scanty food to rear her Lille Brood thai n the nest securely real. Bui when the Day god sinks to sleep the caverns of the deep by in Sunol toward thai Distant Home a kits a Nelly o or the foam. Where merr Aida play amid the Spray and soon Hal Friendly Shore will reach and Light upon lha hell strewn Beach u1 Hal far la c Ami Ursola be Here grows be Green bps Weed or wave Casl Iran or seed a Here fail fun male and Young await in peace Shell Nestle safely there Neer he Fowler s Subtle snare tar Uden Lailye distressed 1 e or been Keener heard to Jig i Llie Timi Irous Bird Brood rest beneath her breast miscellaneous .3 f 11 killing Story. T a slated from the Geneman. T l re l the dealt of his Wile Ulio had Long slept in the silent vaults of 11 c Umily Fomb led alone upon his estate Aho it waa his Only care just As Thecie was his sole recreation. Roughly i cml Olono sly his Days fled by. His Iii Ioa ihi9 Mode of life and Iii is had corked upon his disposition so from this influence n gloomy whole was the re i i lie adapted to form the heart and mind t s Lender girl whom his deceased wife Hud Verne him and who grew up near her father if a blender Flower Al Ibe foot of a dreary 11 seemed to the lord of Bucheck a much too Tom iry acc Nalion fur a Nobleman to Busy Jimsie f with the Reading of a Little child and highly rejoiced Lien As he Ufier the Deib Dahis wife was puzzling himself what of be Fione with the girl of five years old ail Hod Huntsman and confidant old Thomas Guei Shis advice Hal miss Kosa should be tug Bluzat pastor s House Olio besides i Haile older had two daughters just about Kara s nge and whose wife the Friend in youth of the or Scipuo lady now in heaven was of a family gifted with All accomplish Good Jiosue wife. Another Duce her Early Lifa in Socie 7 possessed of a Good address and seve lat comply and was filled in every m ecu a for Ilie education of a Young lady of Noble birth the necessary arrangements were soon made. Els or 8 wife deemed herself Happy to save child of her dear Friend from neglect and Lober even after death her love the lord of Bucheck was for his part very 8 i to be Sawrej from ill perplexities about go or boarding a cools. It was arranged however tote Castle Svca Home should be delivered Over of to old housekeeper the Only be of servant in Oncheck s bul hould spend the Day. Pulli late in at the pastor s it appeared Tajber to his position to give her in the lands of Hec milians but Loatee by them 10 consequence. The situation of a houses a the of her Foster the context under the a gentle modest Maiden Virllie th9 Remoy Hia file of without Ber u not Racca into influence with an amiable Bon w Wpm encircle Tabid tiber a e Erot Lent piety and the. Genue Graw a. To quoted and simple to no a quiet Island of untroubled x Hing of the cares of the world and scarce any Conception thereof or that there was h a thing As difference in rank or distinction Iruh and that she Nerseth was sprung from a tally different carte from those who were so Iki r to Ber. I Wilhelm the pastor s Eon who waa a few i i a older than Rosa had played with her in of ild Hood be bad Al a later period instructed ii i in Many things or at least bad renewed his a tier s teachings Wilh her and she had in con comprehended and retained every to Jig much More easily. I be loved to learn in his company and c i red into her mind his views Bia judgments Lii impressions and thus grew up with him to a separable existence which m two halves bul the representation of one whole he Good pastor what with the care of souls Job auction Eod literary employment had so m Ich to do thai he remarked nothing which w he on under his eyes and bad do suspicion if w Wilhelm end Rosa were always loge Lher and thus As they grew up their looks their words Tafla whole deportment showed a deep a fac which slumbered unconsciously in the its of both and Only needed an Awakening Spirk to in Rel Forth into a Clear destructive 3ame. What he did nol see escaped nol How Ives the watchful Eye of ins wife she what son of feeling had stepped Mlo the place of Khe Foi Mei Bis Leily attachment and she was frightened Al in for Rosa s birth her father s Estral Pride and the Mournful lot of the iwo you in people Rose clearly before her entry and unremarked she to Check evil and contrived dexterously the growing ing a Hajel eao0lcing her own maternal love which tenderly on her son to Rich in Promise to induce Ber husband to Send Wilhelm to the University sooner than they had at first Mien Dei. Tree full years lasted the separation of the lovers who on account of the distance and the expanse of a Long journey had nol once been other during Yel Ell this had a Roligat no Chang Emu their the half grown Maiden who had Hung Vilh unconscious tenderness on her Lover now stepped before Hia rav thed eyes As a Blooming Young woman and made no attempt to conceal an innocent a Sec Tion for the playmate of her affect the full Force of which she was unconscious and of n Hose danger she from her ignorance of the relations of society had no idea. Wilhelm Loo without of the future abandoned himself to the Sweet impulse of his Heartl and the first moment of re Union was a heavenly epoch for the lovers the pastor s we was far from sharing their Joy. With dread Sha perceived Bat All her were in vain and Hal the hearts of the id Vera in Spile of Lime and a thence re Maina Ever the same Bull More anxious did she become Hbeo an event which moreover should have roused All the House to Jay showed to completely irretrievable were Cir cume traces. Wilhelm mainly through the a in Taaffe of the lord of Bucheck and the love of the Parish received Asan Rance of the succession to his lather s office and was meanwhile made Iii assistant. He was thus established in in Check t hero we the scene of his future life and Bare the lady whom he loved and could never possess stood Ever before his eyes. Wiki inward dread the Good Mother looked toward the future and tormented herself thru Many sleepless nights la think of1 a skilful Means of separating the Young people without disclosing to them the danger of their Sii Galioni and thus like frightened night making Bern unhappy by the Mere knowledge of their i and Ilion. One of by Leek had returned Home from a three Days morning1, when the Day before the lord lid Hunt and revel he sent word to Hie Daubl r to come to his room Ere she went Down t i the pastor s. Rosa appeared dreaming nothing of what awaited her and he informed her with the same tone Wilh which he waa won to announce to her i be arrival of a guest that in four weeks she Walo give her hand to count Ellareta the son of he Friend of his youth and companion in Ibe Chi e. Repi Isen lations tears availed not in the 1 task nay the poor girl could not even obtain i delay of a few weeks which she would have employed in writing to her aunt the Only jiving on Earth who exercised the appearance of on the morose character of the lord of buc Beek and in imploring Ber to Avert the impending misery from Ber poor Niece. The Mere attempt at a renewal of this request under the Jar elect of the necessary time for the so excited the wild Man that Hea Ted by of esterday s carouse and the bloody Joya of the c Raae Henna iced in his Blind rage at a Hanger it the eight of which Road trembling with Fei fled and fainted away on hide of the door of be Anle Toom. She was found by the Bun Man. Who was bringing breakfast to her father. A called Lor help they brought mean to her room and seat at once not Ither but for the Putor a wife. It was Rosa recovered her a ens. It glance fell on Ber Motherly Friend too. Of him from whom she was torn and tears which strove to burst Forth restrained by the Iron grief of despair almost threw tier tack into Liel former Condi Tion. Only by an Effort was she Able to disclose her unhappy Mesa to the pastor s wife and now Ber tears gashed Forlin awakened by lha sympathy of the Matron and afforded her some Relief. But her heart was Hope nipped in the this sudden outbreak of misfortune bad enlightened her As to the exact elate of their feelings and the impending separation convinced her that she could not live without Wilhelm. To him reason of these Lidi Oga and Rob Jav illness the stale of his feelings became Clear and he recognized the strength of his attachment for the first time in the moment when he was called upon to give in up he now knew that he passionately loved and what is More that log was loved in turn yet his Manly spi Ril Hia Early pail of commanding himself gave him subdue to love. He held him self upright to save her he loved from sinking and when she slowly recovered when she was again Able logo Oul end appear in the accustomed Circle whose relation to her was so fully changed he it was who prepared her patiently to submit to the will of her father. Count Al lamp la her intended bridegroom waa rough but and hot without natural parts he bought to direct her attention to this to derive hair sole Consolation from not altogether Point in her destiny. The More Noble this of furton his part the More deeply Rosa fell it the More sorrowful was us influence upon her and by How much the More immovable her father remained to All prayers and entreaties by so much the More constant became her love Delemma Tion thai if there were no other remedy death should have compassion on her. In seemed now As though this last and truest Friend of All the unfortunate world would Dot Long delay to re lease her since that fanning fit her health As Well As her form was visibly waited every one remarked it save her father he regarded what he could nol bul see As deception. Thus she drooped As the appointed bridal Day Drew near and out a single week intervened Between the present moment and the Day of that dreaded ceremony. One evening As Vilhelm Scull of was he accompanied the Pale Dion Ping Maiden Nihro the Garden to the Liou a ii was Rose time the nightingales fluid lured. And warbled their tender notes in the dark Bushes the Moon Clear in the heavens and shed her mild splendor upon the silent upon the Rose Bush now in full Bloom and upon that pile drooping Rose Nho now supported by her son owing Friend slowly wandered through the fragrant Garden. The Beauly of the evening the heavenly Ira. Grance of the Flowers impelled her to stand still moment. Nuni her a Rosebush the most Beautiful and luxuriant of them All stayed to and fro in the soft night breezes. Rosa looked at it 90 Rich in and remarked that upon one Stem Crew Seirn of which but one bad begun to burst Forth seven buds Odd seven Days murmured she Ere they had faded she was silent a shudder passed through Wilhelm s Frame but Wilh a celeb Lull smile Rosa turned to her Friend the Moon beaming on her illuminated face on her eyes swimming in tears 11 until icy Are reposed she i shall be Well my he looked her in the within the gloomy meaning of her made a vain Effort to give Mother urn to her houghs no my said she give thyself no trouble Loreaso i me out of what i to deeply and surely feel. 1 Hou canst not do so and if thou Couldst Hou wouldst Rob me of the Only Consolation of which 1 am Yel capable. Of my Wilhelm there0 raising her hand towards Hea All will be Beautiful and thou will soon follow me in Wilhelm could not mister his swelling Hearl bursting tears he ardently embraced her whom he loved and swore to her truth Kulil death and was convinced that heaven would not Long leave him Here below without her rendered Calm and Happy by this Assurance she broke off one of the seven Rose Buff gave u to Wilhelm with the request to preserve it care fully slowly walked to Iho Castle and toot once More a heart Farewell of her Lover. The second Day passed in the same gloomy sorrow As ally the foregoing Days night came on Wilh in the hour of return to the Castle Rosa broke the second Bud the lovers renewed their assurances of eternal Fidelity and Rosa took leave of Withelm thus it happened the third and fourth Day. On the fifth Rosa Felt to ill that Only by the greatest Effort could she slay nil night among those she loved. Wilhelm and Hia Sisler con ducted the exhausted Maiden Home. Received the fifth Bud two yet the Stem but ibis night Rosa was so weak As not be Able to think of arising on the Al length her father s compassion was excited and with it anxiety an her behalf. Whole Castle waa moved they eel for physicians the pastor s wife the pastor s wife and daughters were summoned to Norsa the beloved invalid. The physician came and declared that nothing could be done that there waa. Barely sub Mienl vitality to endure for Tiro Daya. Terror and borrow spread upon the Countegan of All the father bunt into a tempest of grief to which were added the reproaches of his Cote Ciesco. On Lapajne Eye remained cheerful then when the run Rose sick chamber Wuh it jul rays More to see it. Dow she coked Wuh the Bright luminary Pird. L was Ibe get of her appointed and huf death caused d where however was pastor s Bouse where loss so much to the silent earless sorrow cred tears. The next morning i placed amid universe tie Chapel Wilhelm accompany her As he coffin to pronounce father assumed the in ver hid himself in the Castle Garden Abundo sorrowful a noughts an his departed Friend la suddenly the Rose bus Huda must a Jet remain yesterday nor the Day they were gone and in itself for How Easi Workman have Pluck lion Wilh the rest Lik Wilhelm s heart. Deeply affected h where he met the oth the Mournful Cremon such a Day pan. To possessed him once m death he loved As in i erred m the family a e fun Rolu de Hii self there summoned the Kaaa i before Hia occur Edlo him bad been he went cum stance could a child or them Hundred weight fell in Tri slow s Alrea returned 1 y rein nine Day passed Venn e her we he should begged the of ins father and culled lie Sacristan o g Linn. The Chapel was opened the Fra of wafted itself i was amazed and Blepp to the coffin the cover cry of terror he saw wards him. d will strange i ised and on ii lifeless the loved one the mis her breast. Lie Sanic upon the Ope thought it was to Pray to him Loo Long a Lime unhappy Lover stiff As the dead in the recovered himself the Lime. N coffin the Sac at length an in e vet a year he pined a coffin of Rosa and Folio life when next the roses the eleventh t. S. Arthur tulle a g Sto y about a i couple in new Jersey v Hobel no to if r Odis Church. A new p Asiain on like a prudent Man. You could base reached there before it was quite dark bul i waa cold and hungry and ought fainted by the Way v the manner of saying ibis touched pie Farmer s feelings a Lille. You have warmed and fed me for which i am thankful. Will you not bestow Anoil her act of kindness opon one in a strange place and in Helgoe Southin the darkness May lose himself and perish in the cold the particular form in which this request was made and the Lone m which in was Ellered put it out of Ibe Farmer to say no. 1 go in there and sit he answered pointing to the , and 1 will see my wife and hear what she says and or. Went into the parlor where the supper table stood covered Wuh Snow White cloth and displaying Bis wife s set of Blue ged chins that was Only on special occasions. The tall Mould candles were burning thereon and on the Hearth blazed a cheerful fire. Has 11 that old fellow gone asked mrs. Heard his voice As he returned from Itie door and what do you suppose 1 he wants us to let him slay All Yghi indeed Well do no such thing we can t have the likes of him in the House now. Where could he beep i the Best room even if or. N Gas Ingro a buds lad Ela a in coffin. Sacristy Vay d Ved he used he it deep s but slow n brought ily Knell a r to the i Bloo Ini d. Of Chi Anu Mcivor was expected in that District ters All flopped Wilh Bro every preparation was made to dial reception. The Hor Eal cot pie though religion in part co Sialei in making dec Rade and Tiv Respre the Virlor v a put i a Nice Firo was made end the Kitchen re ribbed Wuh Cahey Hicker a and prepare Nicory to cooking. While or w. Was Octal Plain looking coarsely her w be Desenan came along arid Enqu to the next town he Fras Lom Miles. Very cold he ask enter and warm himself. A very grudgingly and Wen in. The wife looked daggers viands Abonal the fire he refresh the own Eon and waa Ihei be Sal mrs. On Consu Lukin with her Ina Bank some Coli somewhat gruffly told growing dark and hints were thrown out the stranger had belter depart 11. In was t Long Miles to town. The wife grew Pellei pred Nas y he him the Eller ing to the and As the n and his Ive there e every Deli s Wood i dressed bul red the distance Hal it was de Perm Iasi sent waa into the the Stran boots an old hat and a patched Coal. Al length g beside the dutch oven v Fitch v cakes for the presiding elder w lazily expected As he was 16 p Day Al the Church a mile the stranger after red to leave but the we Clement and As Hia Appe it this end or hid on cow bread he a asked of. A Are Bat n be him a is baking o waa Moo each beyond. Or two Ming myself Prpa thai b came Moie roused for some oat fur a cold Wall id were bet 01 an old table an to eat. The new preacher did not arrive band Sal whistling the air of while he thought of the words 1 when i can read my title Clea he could order the stranger off t ther ado. I the homely meal last Man thanked him kindly for the had received and opened the a a to go. It was quite dark and the olo Ida denote storm filled the heavens. You aay it is full three Miles to 1 said or. W., coldly said to you final stopped and you ought to have i displease Las and Ber i id Lang so of the Hon and fell ill oat any i included be should and come no indeed bul really 1 do it see Jane How we can Lurn him Oul of doors he does it look like a very Sjang Man and it s dark and cold and full three rifles Lod 1 it s too much he ought to have gone on while he had Daylight and nol lingered Here As he did till it got dark we him Oul of doors Jane end it s no use Lola id of it. Hell have to stay somehow but what can we do with he seems like a decent Man Al least and Doea of look and if he had any dung bad about him. might Ouke him a bed on the floor somewhere 1 i he had been it Guinea before he came Here said mrs w fret fully the disappoint ment from is conviction Hal or n would nol arrive occasioned her to feel ugly and the intrusion of to unwelcome a visitor is the Stran Ger Dom plemely unhinged her mind 1 of replied her Hue band in a soothing voice a never mind. Dual make the beat of it. He came to us cold and hungry and we warmed and fed Lurn. He now asks Teller for Ifie night and we Musi nol refuse him nor his request Irra or a reluctant spirit. Vou know what the Bible says about entertaining Angels unawares1. Did you Ever see an Angel look like having never been an angel.1 said the far Mer smiling i am unable to speak As to the it appearance.1 this had the effect to Cah an answering smile from mrs w and a better feeling at her Hearl. In was finally agreed Between them that the Man Asj he seemed like a decent kind of person should be permuted to occupy the minister s room if hot individual did not arrive an event to which they both looked Wilh but Little Fez pc Tancy. If he did come Why the Man would have to Pul up with poor accommodations. When or. returned to the Kitchen where the Arranger had seated himself before the fire he informed him Hal they hid decided la let him Elay All night. The Man expressed in a few word his Gale Fol sense of their kindness and then became silent and thoughtful. Soon after the Farmer s wife giving up All Hope of or. N a arrival hid supper taken up which consisted of Coffee warm Short cake and broiled chickens. Afler All was on the table a Short conference was held Aslo whether it would do not to invite the stranger 10 Lake supper it was Irna they had Given him As much bread and Bacon As he could eat Bat then As Long As he was going to slay All night it looked Loo inhospitable to sit Down at the table and nol ask him to join them. So making a virtue of necessity he waa kindly asked to come to invitation which he did not decline. Grace was said Over the meal by or. and the Coffee poured Oul the bread helped and the meat waa carved. T there was a Fine Lille boy Bix Igors old at the table who had been brightened of and dres sed in his Best in order to Grace the minister s reception. Charles was fall of talk and the parents Felt a Mutual Pride in showing him off even before their Humble guest who noticed him particularly though he had not much to say come said or. W., after was Over and be sat leaning in his chair can t you repeat the pretty hymn Mamma Learned you Itil sunday v Charley started off without further invitation and repeated very accurately two or three ver Aea of a new Camp meeting hymn which was just then very popular. Now let us hear you aay the commandments. Charley spoke up the Mother Well pleased Al Ber child s performance. And Charley repeated them Wilh the Aid of a Little prompting. 4 How Many commandments Are there r asked the father. The child hesitated then looking up at eth a Niri Ife or Hal a Der Len Acy. Lite Iree in to next Hen the stranger near whom he sat said innocently How Many Are there v the Man thought for some moments and said As if in doubt eleven Are there Nott eleven r ejaculated mrs. W., in unfeigned Surprise eleven1 said Ber husband with More re Buke than astonishment in his voice la it out Eible sir Hal you do nol know Lidit Many com Man menu there are1 How Many Are there Charley 1 come Tell know of course.1 replied the child right my returned or. A looking Wuh a smile of approval on the child right there is no a child of his age in ten who Cau l Tell you there Ore ten commandments 1 did you Ever read the Bible eir1 address ing the stranger when l was a boy 1 to read it sometimes. 1 am sure i though Lohere were eleven commandments Are you nol mistaken about there Teing Only leu Trisler her in unfeigned astonishment and exclaimed 1 any one believe 11 such ignorance of Ine Dib e or. Did nol reply bul Rose and going to one c6rner of the room where the Good Book Lay upon the email stand he Pul in on the table be fore him and opened at thai portion la which the Are recorded a there he said placing his Finger upon Ibe proof of the stranger s error. There look for the Man came round from jus Side of the table and looked lha Sparger s shoulder. There Len do you see pcs in Doea the Man and it u seems to me there Are i m sore 1 have always thought to doen of in say Len Here enquired or w Wilh marked impatience in Hia voice. It docs serum y Well whal More do you want1 can t Yon believe the Bible o yet i believe the bib e and yet it certainly so Ikea me somehow Hal there Musl be eleven commandments one been aided somewhere Educ now this Nae too much for brother and sister to hear such ignorance of sacred mailers they Felt to be unpardonable a Long lecture followed in which the Man was scalded admonished and threatened Wuh Dinne Indi Nalion at he close lie modestly asked i ii might not hive the Bible to read Lor in h our or iwo before retiring for the right. This request was Gran Mere Pleis Cre than any of the priced my ones shortly alter sapper the Man was conducted 10 the Liula room a com pan led by the b by Belory leaving him alone. Or w Felt it lube Hia toe Hori him to up Inlall Mai lers and he did so Moat earnestly for ten or fifteen Minu Iep. Bul he could not see that Hii words made much Impre Sun and he finally left his Gomel Hio obduracy and great ignorance. In the morning is Csc Down and meeting or him if he Wou d to so kind Aslo lend dim a razor thai he m Ghl Remote his Beard which did not five his fare a very at Tractive appearance hire Niesl was complied Wuh we will have prayers in leu said or w As he Hin cled he the and shaving Box the Man appeared and behaved propriety Al family worship Afier breakfast he thanked the Farmer and Hia wife fur i hair Hospi Lalier and parting went on his Putney ten o clock came bul or is had Nolar Rived so or and jars w elated for the meet ing House nol doubling Hist they would find him there. Bal they were disappointed a goodly number of Peop e were inside the meet ing House and a goodly number Oleide but the Minielli had not arrived. 1 where id or n. V enquired a dozen Roi Little crowd gathered around Ibe Farmer he has Nelcome Yel. Something Basdei Tinei him. But i still look for i fully expected to find him Here the Day was cold and or after becom log thoroughly chilled concluded to go in and keep a Good Lookout for the minister from the window near which he usually sat from the 1 allowed his example and the Little meeting House was soon filled and one after another came dropping in the Farmer who turned towards the door each time it waa opened was a Little surprised to see Bis guest of the previous right enter and come slowly Down the aisle looking on Riiber Side As if searching for a vacant Seal very few of which were now led. Still advancing he finally Gol within the Hlll enclosed Allar and ascending to the Pul Pil took off Bis old Gray overcoat and Sal Down. By this Lime or. Was Al Faja Side and had his hand upon his Arm. You mus it sit Here. Come Down and i will show you a seat he said m an excited tone. Thank replied the Mio in a composed voice. Ii a very comfortable Here and the Man remained immovable. Or. W., feeling embarrassed went Down in lending to get a brother official to Aarset him m making a forcible eject Ion of the Man from the place he was desecrating. Immediately upon his doing so however the Man Rose and stand ing up at the Deak opened tha hymn Book. Bia voice was thrilled to the Finger ends of brother

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