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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 4, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI i scrap Book it an old lady m an recently 5 to City. Bad in raised with u trav s Kinivil of Csc Eusivo of within the yet one Dollar paper and proprietor. Tioga co., a. Lad fifty cents per on cents deducted if and for Cash actually m and ii be deducted in tied until All arrearage Are at the option of the editor. Not exceeding twelve lines in Iree times for one Dollar and for nub to warty five cents. Notices not Sii lines insert eco for cents re for one or three insertions the same. Evil discount to yearly advertisers. 0 c 1 a 2 one word. Nassl Vokn Riisom Victor Hugo. I ill fed in Joy a grief alike line word most Cloud legs and refit a gives a brightness to off brow due Noril deep cherish d in the mind. Hidden won can never change i in every heart the same the same softly sings or trembles a Diorious Universal name. This is the word whose breath can take from every lining brow the care lie sovily mid mysterious sigh heard at All times and everywhere. Word from whence other words to i a source imm Brial Spring Ivl Jisc undying sound is heard slim or a human voice May ring. Now now seeming dark in the Sorc Nult i Bright ii. In i Beacon and the Sun in t Lic Luigi a widow s Highl. I inns los i h the Village pipe Riih the wild Dove s note of loom n. Lii Chall Cring Cradle laughs. 1 and Mill will hover round the Tomb. In Forest wakes to life tie i ids of the South tin in the heart of King that Smik s around u Lovely Mouth. Imms Thil links the and Fields a a harm which Hearn itself composes every wild Hird d tender song and the. Sweet perfume of roses. The hymn that chants Ibe dancing wave when bringing wanderers from alar Vij sury of each Ocean Cuve the to Crit of each Distant Star. This word whose ceaseless Power could base a second in words above Ucol Lewhy Angel voices j Liulin our earthly inn Uags love to Wei Sboro the niches of Lime Wilh something useful and arid pleasant there was now a rest Leusner of spirit which refused to be quieted. He sallied Forth Iulo the Street and after various turns it length Bent his Steps towards the music and mirth met his ear and Bright lights streamed firn in making his greetings to the windows. Ladies of the House and uttering a few agro Able truisms to those about him be sought among the levies of fair women one pretty Maiden named Fanny Day. She hade him a Welcome which seemed to say come he stood aloof in no seeming hurry to seek a place by her Side already occupied by an other while his Eye discussed with keenest scrutiny the tout enit Matt i of. Dress. Couns Choub of his Earnest admiring gaze Fanny seemed o hear the Quick of her own heart and Hope and fear and love came and went and went and came like smiles and shadows across or spirit. Select Fanny Day s decision. A sketch of real life. I like exclaimed a Young Man no be Ivree of aril or. Cut can you support her in the style to h by swi fully Spe r morning business als the cakes Dif potatoes were not Al e did not have the Given of govern his Choice of a wife he did j produce Iii Verneis As if he Hal. Good Rea son for it. Business is the other if ten upon Liis own affairs it Uncle links by projects very fair in 1 live Cansis a round sum no the hotel l might a Lille at the yes Tif snug Little establishments were the i sin on amiable and intelligent she must dec Niomi Cal because she always has been to be declared Charley abruptly As if a new thought struck him. In i flips shall you Holh be int Lenough to begin in a Small Way .11 . To live within your Means for if poll to gel a Ong in the you within your j Well its a. Said Charley some dampened by the inquiries of his Friend 1 i Tifik what quiet charming quartets i save. ,1 am heartily sick of the off Mca Slof life we now Lead. What i want Milf i make a Fortune before i Loarry or1 be Over head and cars in Sug t i will never do exclaimed Scott earnestly and in is to be regt Attert that very Jaung Man does not make a similar Wilh judg ment to keep it. Hrej in came to a turn in the Street where they took different directions. Char Isy tells Gimps towards the store and in merry mood not where. L ii Alti Scoll entered his counting room Salii tie door the business of the Day cvje.-, ice clerks were beginning to leave "5 Ibe Early shades of an autumn Tvr Light gathering round. Lie stirred open Jyung embers then throwing himself into a chair and a Licking Bis feet von the Iron fender he soon became won. Erf ully absorbed Bis own was a Young Man of Domestic tastes and habits. Remembered with Joy Fallier s fireside Jindall Sweet sym paths of Hal Dearl Home Circle of which 1 i l was once a loved and Loving Ned said this not mean that should laugh him out of rightful he j Rifg and no them o r bind him loth air value. Determined to abide by them. Som Lime passed away and never was a Man More d evolved to business. Perhaps he dreamed of Fanny but do d nol visit her. In whom a gathering of friends a pleasant Little company Charles is there and Fanny too he she never looked so charmingly with her simple braid of hair and her modest Fawn coloured dress there was some thing sad and reproachful in her eyes in smote him to the dear Fanny How can she interest my coolness was the questioning of returning fondness. Mean to see her and he Frank Wilh her and explain to her All my she is a g irl of sense she cannot but approve if she is a contingency remained ii provided for an excellent Resolution Charles abide by it so happened or was contrived love cd Nancei Are not always the two found themselves threading their Way alone through the hushed streets Al an Early hour. Now for Charley s he kept it. But he continued with remark Able self Possession w Ike a few preliminaries not to be repeated i want you to under stand exactly my situation How i intend for the present to live and what plans we must pursue. T must live within my Means and just s Gettins Oul in life my Means Are Sarilu Small. I am i of the business world away before Early simple employment. She bad no Lime for Yawn or Enn Nii and never cried out of i m dying for want of exercise her must be cared pantry looked after and flour to be silted. Yes. Fanny in How to use her hands. She was a As Well As a what de venings did the p uss together sew Radine or at a or enjoy ing the society of dear friends. Charley cheerful and Happy ii the consciousness Hal his be Ceiplis exceeded expenses was pleased Wilh nothing so much As hit wife and Fanny rejoiced a the delightful consciousness of bearing her Burden of contributing her share to family enjoying an elasticity of spirit Aid Vigo of health of which Avo. 429. De in thing Sway the memories of the past Good t Hope is be doing i food Well Cap Lilly he has Tzc Vic a cried Ned. With a a wife having Sha s no lax upon Ber bus Worth Index with Ber to in Cima time intelligent refined Dence enough to begin housekeeping m in a Small economical n work managed her own concerns in always have ready Money enough t All Bis emergencies for emerged Why. Ones will occur lome d pretty trying n the business without spend log it Pon fashion and Ned he is the nourishing Man in flour pair san Roost ii Hing Best family of children i Ever saw. After All. Every thing depends on a goad Well grounded they have got the would get married myself if i could pet another like Fanny Scott a great thing fir Green to say confirmed Bache Lor at he was. The old Friend sighed As yes everything depot i upon he repealed a s cell any. Battle of Hohenlinden. The indolent and unoccupied can hardly con what we can in depends ing out with borrowed the. Y had passed atty and he had Long lived the cold bout Lett yearned wih unspeakable desire for j.1 place peculiarities fal ies of a boarding House. Ii own with the Delight my my it does not appear to what Charley came or whether me to any at ally evening found him Ais toilet preparing for a party. Ton before the tardy he though no one in hour he was ready and movement of his watch. Up w belted to answer. Perhaps you not conform to such 1 i will not is appoint c ble to the fluctuations we must begin with Nelly dash capital for or. You must take All these considerations before you May feel that you can nimble circumstances r deceive at Ibe Fanny Houghl she would Ileide she Only a Rose tinted future. I now Fanny Lisl Enid. Do nol decide now Fanny think this All was his parting at the close of ibis Long walk during which though be had said a great Deal he had a great Deal crore to and then decide carefully and Fanny did think it All Over much that he had said was quite new to to be. Mar tied in must be implied to Ber Niimd. What in does to the minds of too Many Young ladies Gay visions of wealth and Independence doing everything one Lover in the Hil Bandl amusements in the Par Lori Fanny belonged to that class of be , who without Fortune or expectations had been brought up amid the appliances o f wealth. She was on orphan and i Ved in Ibe family of an Uncle. With a few parlor duties and none in the Kitchen she bad lived chive. More than this were blessings ibis family could impart j i really cannot afford to do replied the anxious miss leis of a splendid mansion to a solicited in the behalf of the suffering poor i have Many uses for i have paid away my last far thing this it is very True her Rose and ice creams and Cut Glass must t e promptly paid for while the poor seamstress to whom she did not pay her ast fart ing thai morning had been soliciting her just dues for weeks am suffering in consequence of then Long Dela will you not Dol som Elbing conclude the same collector timidly after exp Miniri the Oil decl to mrs. Scott. 1 shall be Veryl Happy in the privilege of doing answered Fanny cheerful placing a Hill in the hand of the i Bank woman ves and Fanny Fejt Bat the plea ure of having Fine clothes and costly lure arid Many servants could be no fair Equi Ion of being Able to Len h e a d l e y the Iser inn As they flow from the Alps inwards is Danube move nearly in parallel lines and nearly forty Miles apart. As they approach the River fhe space Between them becomes elevated Laifi covered chiefly with a sombre dark Pine by two roads the Mere country pains that wind through it Here and there no space to marching columns. Morean Imd advanced across ibis Forest to the inn. Where on the 1st of december he was attacked and forced to retrace his Steps and take up his position on the farther Side at the Vil Lage of Hohenlinden. Here where one of Fth great loads debauched from the Woods i placed Ney and Grouchy i the four massive columns plunged into this gloomy wilderness design ing to meet in the open Plain of Hohenlinden Central column marching along the High Road while those on either Side made their Way through amid the Trees As they Best could. It was a Stormy december morning when these seventy thousand men were swallowed from sight in the dark defiles of Hohenlinden the Day before it had rained heavily and the roads were almost impassable but now a furious Snow storm darkened the heavens and covered Ibe ground with one White unbroken surface. The by paths were blotted nut Anil the sighing Pines overhead drooped Wilh their snowy burdens above the ranks or Shook them Down on the beads of the sol Diers As the artillery wheels smote against their traces and leaving guns behind mounted horses and galloped away Nuan St. Magnificent column As if sent by explosion was hunted in shattered fragments on every Side. For Miles the while ground was sprinkled with dead bodies and when the Battle left the Forest and the Pine Trees again stood Calm and silent in the winery Nighti piercing cries end groans issued out of the Groom in every sufferer answering sufferer at be Lay and writhed on the cold Snow. Thousand men were Scall ered Lucre amid the Trees while broken carriages and wagons and deserted guns spread a perfect wreck around. Story. A thousand devices and contrivances have been resorted to by despairing i Maidens and their Crafty mammas to bring bashful lovers to the grand Climax of popping the awful but the following expedient bit upon by a prudent Mother in a neighbouring town deserves the Praise of cuteness and originally better than most others that have come under our knowledge. The subject of it was a Youngish Bachelor a professional Man of Lair talents and quite Good looking withal who for some fourteen Summers since his minority and withstood All the shafts of the the Little Good but was All at once pricked in the heart by the sight of a Sweet Blue eyed Rosy cheeked Maiden of eighteen. He soon made her acquaintance arid having frequent opportunities of Intercourse was of course Ere Many weeks Bead and ears in love. Unluckily for both parties however he was the Meriest slave of Bat fullness and though he gazed and sighed and sighed and gazed incessantly Long ing most desperately to let put his feelings yet he could never screw up his courage to the clicking Point there was always at the critical As lie was of the Point of disclosing his heart s strange sensation As if he were gasping for the words stuck in his Broat he followed his Dulcinea everywhere he paid her the Moat pressing attentions calling often times twice or thrice a Day be Felt jealous uncomfortable Savage and almost meat atty in she barely looked it or spoke two words to another be blushed up to his Temple i her name chanced to be mentioned in connection with that of another gentleman still he resolved and re resolved to brine matters houses the supine and the Rolany rare which met her to a pasting Down dra Debirk Street the saw a Barber s pole and inquired is that a her companion 1 thought it was seeing thai great if Candy at the Oaptar. Jet i say mister whal s Bulter to Day Why Butler Well i m darned glad of it for ice list Pound 1 got from you Wai More n Balf John did Yon leave mrs. Jones of Bre Lual borne a fond Mother yester Day to her first born. No said John. And Why did you nol my son did t i Tell you to yes you did but did t Miod Teh me to keep something for a Rainy Day and of it looks of Iii to Morrow would be Wel what better can i keep than an di7" an English editor with much Gravity says that they procure Black writing Ink South Carolina by whipping the negroes until they cry Aud then catching the Lears. An irishman in writing a letter to Bis sweetheart Askin whether she would accept Yoa Dor Ter wit id a healthy old gentleman was once asked by his King what physician and apothecary he made use of to look so Well at his Lime of life. Replied pm Gentre Man physician has always Treen a horse and my apothecary an ass a floor woman went to Art eminent but eccentric surgeon to inquire Wrrat-3 was Ibe proper Irea Trent for some bodily wound of pal on a was the answer. But it s for a Lilile put a a Dragoon accounted to Gen. Taylor for Bis absence from morning , by say ing thai he was attending on his wife had been that morning delivered of wins. Whal a your said the general said the Dragoon. Said the general you will not do dragoons you should belong be the a counsellor was asked by a judge Why he was always engaged in Knavish causes 2 Why your replied he Janave been so much in the habit of toting Good causes thought 1 had belter undertake bad Here you Lille Rascal walk up and Giva an account for have you teen " alter the did his love or nol writes thus if i love me Plaza Send Back the Lei lout breaking the Seal. You know me to do so a Fern i wit of once to the last arid fearful j woj and Hoogh the lady being a woman of much Good sense and shrewdness savr what he would be driving and reciprocating his attachment made every Advance consistent with womanly delicacy summer was fast fading into Winter and he bad not yet got Bis month open nor was he Ever Likely to do so. Minimal at last lost All she deter mined la hasten matters to a crisis so one their trunks. It was a strange Pec Lacle be Wab milling his Jefe be Long dark column out of sight of each wa9 Aboul the room other stretch ing through the dreary Forest by Alent to the sol Isaac timely Aid to the to of Relief to suffering Ned Bow a old Friend whom e some few years Afler f. And carrying the bal where you Are is Charles Lookin hearts. T with you asked a e bad unexpectedly me Ward in the City an Fine fellow no am 11 Why do i can t get along tin i family expense fou won t do be Independent the privations i there Anil you Ca Ned in his advice giving Way Are enormous any belter at the West enough to endure a that you Mast endure gel along a d1 ther res. Yes 1 dare its the and it s not Here. I have bad hard times of it sine continued the g a rights devising meet and when j. Do get involve of army Are in thut left us of Here. I have bad a we were Boya together Etleman bitterly sleepless Means to Majjie both i could a Why what coded and Bearil Jike a poor fellow h same deplorable is Luann n Charles be exclaim n themselves while the fallen i Snow sifting the ranks made Ibe unmarked Way still wore solitary. The soft and yielding mass broke the tread of the advancing hosts while the rumbling of the artillery and ammunition and baggage wagons gave Forth a Muf Fler sound that seemed prophetic of some Mournful catastrophe. The Centre column alone had a Hundred and retrievable Leflar ated by the austrian left Wing the Brave general continued l Advance and with Only three thousand men fell boldly on forty thousand austrians. As soon As Mereau heard the sound of his Cannon through the Forest and saw the alarm it to pred amid the enemy s r to Bargi checked then urn was Rolli Anks be ordered Ney and grou in the midst that stirring on the austrian Centre. Ouart Brown that broken col d Back in disorder and utterly routed. Can Bell the poet stood in a Tower and gazed on this terrible scene and of the fight composed in part ode which is known As far As More than usual and uttering Only occasional remark on the weather she abruptly Rose and left the room and locked the pair Aloni or. For some strange reason look fright in a few moments after on finding himself alone with he lady and awkwardly bidding her Good attempted to leave but discovering the predicament be was in a desperate fit of Resolution seized him. The object of his affections sat on a sofa turning Over hurriedly the pages of an annual which she held Wilh a somewhat tremulous hand while a deep Crimson suffused her Cheek. He advanced slowly toward her but his Knees beginning to Knock together he wheeled about and passed on in silence to the farther end of the room. He again came to Ibe charge and again his courage oozed out just at the awful moment. A third fourth a fifth and a sixth time he renewed the assault but wih equally discouraging and humiliating results. At last vexed with himself beyond endurance he summoned once More All Bis heroism for a Fin is agonising Effort. Nerving himself with he Energy of Desparr at if about in Spring a Powner Rene or face a Cannon s blazing Mouth he made a dead halt before her and if. Tremulous said miss the English language is spoken. The Depths of the dark Forest swallowed the struggling from sight but still there issued Forth from its bosom Bouls and yells mingled with the Thunder of Cannon and All the confused noise of Battle. The austrians were utterly routed and the frightened Caval i founded upon esteem and heightened by Simiry went plunging through the crowds of Fugi Larity of taites and Iyra Pathy of feelings i Tives artillerymen Cut i a pure and Devolld attachment tones slightly will you a a or ayes Striae was the prompt reply Given in a Clear and unhesitating voice Wilh Arch look while a deeper Blush Crim soned the Cheek of the speaker. Yang of me Farmer. Love is a passion that has been much talked of often described and Little understood. Cupid has Many counterfeits going about the world who pass very Well with those who Are capable of passion but not love. Those Birmingham cupids have Many votaries among Barding Segool militia officers and mllirers1 apprentices who marry upon Mutual Faith of Blue eyes and Scarlet coals have dirty Bouses and squalling children and Bate each other most delectably. There is another species for More refined which Owei its birth to the works of Rosseau Goe the Cotton its Success depends vary much upon rocks Woods Woods and Falla and it generally ends in daggers Pis Tols or Poison but there is a love which even the Wisest and most virtuous need not Blush to entertain the love of a virtuous object no Mother Good news Fob. Park try Ankles. Shoe dresses la v shoes and plaid stockings Are coming into fashion. There it nothing the True Shu toys like a plaid stocking or a Well angled lie la a laced Slipper Loicl off a pretty ankle and the girls know it. E7" a Young minister in n country Parish who prided himself on speaking the purest English told us servant to extinguish the Candle. J your will said Jenny. 11 put out the said the minister. It. Few Days after when he wit entertain ing some friends at dinner Jenny taked him if she should extinguish the cat useful is proving where malice and Power sit judges. A crowd is not company. A in outland probabilities do not make one truth. A fools Tongue is long1, enough to Cut his Throat. A hand saw is a Good thing but not to shave with. Vain glory blossoms but never bears. Vows made in slims Are forgotten in calms. We give advice bul we cannot give conduct. When Honor grew mercenary Money grew honorable. Of i say you Sam Jon t ing come Hea i propel you Dis Skien Livic question but Spose you no guess us. You jives pm Nigga Sartin 1" i posit hum be be mos True live to the Buical Structure Mankind he Brack Man link 1 got you Dar what pos Ishuin to de fiscal Truc Tare please Spain Dat Gin mister jes Bole on got us go Irav ise or. Well Sam joining ise lighted lighted your Traci be de most Euclive to de Lical get Oil de Way Dar Bill Williams you have a wrong perfume jes bout Dis earning. You been sawing Wood for de Coroner. Bill link i la so you one con Nur drum. Now mind Nigga de Wax Oul of. Your ears Ami Yon hear Mishiy Sharp. What be de mos Solum Colly Grin of mexican army 7" Shaw splain Dat fore count Haf. De mos Solu Richoll Grin Dit fide de mexican army be when Gen. Git his Pouf Burnt with Dat of Sony i done up by work Man of look whar of look Dar look right Over yonder Don t you see that Ole Gray Goose Bill Williams you Cotch me wrong Dii time. De mos Grin in Dis world be de Yah Yah Dar now you got us now you feel Umoh Bole me sour Lookin Nigga a Tiffins Ober child he

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