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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 8, 1855, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaNewspaper b1 o. W to toil swings the axe ant Bow the seeds break out in Radiant Rich a Arvah smile behind the plough. And Cluster round the Long where Tower info domes and Lafeng Adam the Crown the Nih i Stout labor lights in Beacon fires and plume with emote the forge am the the Pride trunk beamed web lightning toil launches on the resell cd tide and there Ibe Flap of stars the engine with in lunge of flame and nibs of Braes and joints of steel from Loboi a plastic ingers came with to Biog valve and whirring wheel. Ii labor works the magic presi and l urns i tie a Ralfh in hives of toil and Dawn to bless Diioli roae hands pm Era and Anil. Ere nun browned toil Willi he Imp Flade Lei Lake to Lake with Sifrer lies in engr Thicuc with palaces of Trade and temples towering to the skies. The re180s Why look so Pale mor Herl who Aruther arms Brumal in i who does she Nerer smile mother1 Why do but eyelid lain Why does she walk alone Mother As if she hid no Friend 1 Why does she sigh so Oft. Mother 1 la the so near her end i Why does Ahe breathe Mulher and Tharl a if it shocked Ber to hear the quiet rap Mother. Of South the Why does he come so Oft Mother 1 can he prolong Ber Days. By leaving pills and gifts Mother i and singing love sick lays twas but the other night Mother when Kate Lav near my heart she urged me to be Good Mother j and Eaid we soon Moat part. I she Aid Ahe was la go. Mother from Home and me and grave papa and you Molher. To dwell near by the sea. In it on Jordan s Stormy Banks Mother where she is in be carried 1 i shut up shut up you Little she d going to be i i Ember no and la chill from the handle of the door Bell in Ete atly struck through the delicate Tii gloves Only a seamstress la of tin by ceo. Channing met. Inc Young and reputable wealthy or Wil i mow Bray was standing on the door Ste is in elegant mansion of or. Green. The c was and the month. Nov the weather was cold and very Brae chill from the handle of the door which Liis hand was enclosed. J servant ushered him into the room where cd mod at that moment to be sitting mrja in her daughter Alary and miss Emeline the Matron received him with a Grace was strongly winning for her age and a it dignity of manner and with an Afier a exercised towards a son of tier own. Ary her daughter lose up to receive him likewise with a preform aliveness of attack i that she had evident been drilled into by tie assiduous teachings of Ner Mother. Only Emeline orphan geared for the time unnoticed. She looked up Vituj a timed and Sud done air As or. Mav Arajj entered the tooth and qui Okry dropped 1 Ber Blue eyes again. Work. Mowbray glanced with a loot of 62 presi Jve inquiry at the your Jug girl and the 3 glance was not unnoticed by mrs. Green for it could not Hare been minutes before so Roife some frivolous pretext for dismissing he r f Ora the room. All the time that the visitor had been in the room she had received do in reduction to him at the instance of mrs Grren she is really a splendid looking i cd signed the Young gentleman when she Hai 1 gathered up her work and passed oat before in. Some added he inquiringly. Is she is a sort of second Couton to answered mrs. Green Chesil to tingly and we suffer her to be1 Here merely out of Chanty she is Only d teams Rem you know answered or. Mowbray glancing it Rodly at Mary to observe ithe effect of Thi i remark upon her greatly to Binge saw that she received Thi i of Emeline at the hand of her Mother with the most assured satisfaction. She is certainly added to b it the effect of his remark Jnore than Firon my single desire to Toni aliment the poor girl i wish you had introduced me met. Green indeed i should have done so or mow replied she with a simpering laugh had i thought her worthy of your attention but she is Only a seamstress you see and w or and dependent too. In fact i do no know what she would do were it not for of Charity. She Baa no Home in the wide work. To go t rewards Bue Yanan 1855 whole vow Vbry is Ike most prosperous where it certainly argues very much for Ess mrs. Said lie that Yon voluntarily befriended Spoor girl a bet n. Just be allowed to eat i hold you much higher a by esteem you Nave told an i As for that or. Mowbray i do Rio in Ore what i have considered a yet i could consent to carry my kindness so to by Pool her x making acquainted with Mary s visitors. She to soon be raid j. Jjo Bray sat lost is his reflection for a Woi ent. What those reflections were mrs. N had no method of knowing. Vet she not by any Means deficient in that Quick that the female mind generally possesses h enables it to Seizany As it were thoughts almost As Quick As upon words. B did not mean to have him remain Long lost in any thoughts of Emeline but i instantly changed the subject and ran on with her conversation As gaily As if every heart her High roof was As Happy us her own and As if she was As As she seemed. Or some time she succeeded in apparently diverting the attention of the Yoang Man each Moo ent artfully directing it toward her own her and congratulating herself that fihe of would succeed even to the extent of bet own i. When taking advantage of a moment they were engaged in conversation who Geth up a in it the mar a she glided oat of the room she thoughtfulness could have been More successful Elf and at the same Success concluded. 1 balance of the evening was passed by Young gentleman very pleasantly and was Nowise behind hand in the practice of t Tose trifling deceptions she had Learned to ulily from Hep Mother. Or. Mowbray to convince Bis own heart that he was erf Olly aus feb with his visit yet Ever non a glimpse of Trio so Wue flashed Tor Triet won and across a his mental vision and he confessed to Himi Elf that he was at least uneasy. In this Fram he even of mind he finally took his departure a More of airs. Green dui Jug the p haps it was a week after this when or. Mow Pray determined to pass another evening residence of mrs. Green. Green himself was a merchant and it Ery rarely that the Young gentleman met his own mansion. He not in frequently his stay from Home till late in the the evening in question or. Mowbray to the door and was shown in As usual by Ryant. After saluting. Mrs. Green with the cordiality which was his wont he likewise Mary and afterwards Emeline. Mary s looked All the astonishment of which turns were capable came he acquainted with Emeline Way shoved she take to get acquainted Lim f when and where was All this were questions that flashed through and before she could have found words what with done her h for their expression. Though luge o she has deceived me t she has taken Adan my charities and a even now plotting secret y against the prospects of my daughter. It in such a tease was therefore of be done 7 mrs. Green sat perfectly motionless for a Rief moment with astonishment. She looke 1 first at or Mowbray then at Emeline and t Len at Mary. Her eyes met the mean Ingli of of the latter and her lip instantly and quivered Tveith scorn and rage. She ruled her temper however As Well As she co rid during the stay of the Young Man but c alone Rio Riel pos Sib or. Ladies her to Ter mined he should no moment Nith the Yong seamstress. And land did she engage herself to prevent the Ity of Stich an occurrence again. Mowbray sat Between the two Young passing a word now with one and then with the other. Yet it was no very acutely Perccy Ive faculty of mrs. Green that induced Lelieve in a few moments that the Yoang Man is More pleased with Emeline. The evening was exceedingly Long to mrs. Green and she was inwardly rejoiced when or. I Mowbray took his leave. And As soon As this happened she said to Emeline i had better retire now Emeline i Shell want you to Rise earlier than _ the _. Theil girl obeyed the Bint and wishing her aunt Aid Cousin Good night left the the Mother and daughter were alone. The1 soft lib it of an Astral lamp fell on their faces and re sealed with much increased Power the de the and strength of the passions that were j St ready for a violent eruption. Instantly began Mary do you suppose she has Ever made the trance of or. Mowbray where and raid it Only knows my re Mother her Cheeks blanching with that was passing Over her heart. Plied the to she i i a poor creature of Charity it the Best Andy i she has think of Haa Dai and to come and exhibit Hen Elf to Gen whom i invite to my house1 and this to what comes of making relations do i know where she found ther Opportunity to become acquainted with or. Mowbray f can 1 be assured that be May not have made revelations and me such As May forever in the eyes of Yonng she appeared to feel not at All concerned about it said tie daughter. Not in the East not f n the smallest de Gree. Sire knew very Well that i was totally ignorant of any such acquaintance on her part yet she betrayed not the least modesty about exhibiting it to us. The deceitful Jada that is what comes of my enough chimed a the daughter. But i will have no More of this. I will see that it is stopped just where it is 1" what will Yon do Mother i am sure it mortified and perplexes me enough what will i do did you ask a there Are Many things i should like to do and at once i wish i might never see her said the d lighter. Theu you need replied mrs. Green with More than the usual Force of her accent. Why How can you prevent said Mary. I will Send her off to of borrow answered mra. Green. When can you Send 1ier, Pray i am sure i shall be glad enough to have her go for she is eternally in my eyes and under my nose i can t have a gentleman Pone to Call on me but she must put herself Forward and proceed to attract his attention. I declare Mother i am quite tired of it 1" but i Promise you my daughter thai you shall suffer no More from her ignorance and boldness j she shall be sent off to Morrow morn ing. I can make a pretext that will satisfy her and every one else i Juliue the Mother and child were engaged in this conversation he subject of it was on her Knees by bed Side praying heaven to ibo to pity to the hearts of her relatives towards her a poor helpless orphan. She Rose from her Knees the tears coursing Down her Cheeks. Well enough lad she been Able to see the reason of her Cousin s displeasure and the motives that had prompted her to Dis miss her from the room to bed. One More completely innocent and guileless in this matter As id every other than eme Liee in was not possible to find. She searched her heart every where to discover any wrong or in Subj motive. She looked carefully to find wherein she might have erred unconsciously. Search was altogether unsatisfactory but to her. So truly pure was she in every intent one might easily suppose she would even be better satisfied if she could find some cause of fault a herself. When she arose in the morning her Cousin was at the door who directed her to proceed to pack her trunk immediately for she had arranged to have her pass a Little time in the country. Although this was peculiarly trying Dews to Emeline yet she bore up under if with heroic apr Tiande. Suffering no expression of dissatisfaction to escape her lips if she even allowed a single rebellious thought to enter. Her heart she proceeded to obey the instructions of her Cousin and presently had All things completed. Breakfast was Over she was just descending the Steps to enter the Carriage that was waiting at the door to carry her to the cars when or. Mowbray himself made his appearance at the foot of the Steps he was on Anion using walk and being attracted by the sight of the ladies at the top of the Steps he stopped to wish them Good morning. He politely handed Emeline into Ridge and stopped to Exchange a few words with her. Was Ever any thing More exclaimed f i never certainly saw the like of it i muttered the really angry mrs. Green. While or. Mowbray stood talking with Emeline he inquired of her in what direction she was going and what would be the length of her visit. Fie seemed greatly surprised that Emeline did not apprise him of her intention the eve Ning before and in fact so assured Ber Bat she answered Shirri in the Only Way she could and that was that she did not know herself1 that she was going. A new thought seemed suddenly to Cross the mind of the Young Man. Bidding her Adieu and in a Low voice assuring her of the deep pleasure it would afford him to visit her in her new abode he turned again towards mrs. Green and her daughter. The former urgently invited him to enter the House but her invitation he repeatedly yet civilly declined. He touched his hat politely to and walked on. But his brain was Fuller of thought than it was Only five minutes before. There seemed to him to be some mystery about this sudden departure of the poor seamstress into the country. He suddenly called to mind too the peculiarly to say font empty aunt had spoken to rain of calling her a poor dependent lation and baying Only a beam stress. And to likewise recalled to mind the unseemly haste with which she had dismissed her from the room on tie he first saw Hec. A singular Beauty about Emeline May that was calculated-to1 win just each a heart a that or Yoang or. Mawbray. Though he very much by the strength and duration of his impulses yet his heart was by nature All innocence and it was this every Freedom from All guile this perfect child like truthfulness on the part of Emeline that found sympathy in the heart of the Young bum. When at length Mother and daughter had retreated to the sitting Drbra it was with the most fearful for boding that the former contemplated this very Alforseen occurrence nothing certainly Coald have been Imore unfortunate for the Success of her Bolush schemes it waa several Days after this Aee Arrence that mrs. Green asked or. Mowbray with an air of much were sitting in the parlor of the and How it was he first made the acquaintance of Mirine for feud she i was really astonished at what i saw. I sent the girl out of the room the first time you saw her Here that you might not think i wished to intrude such creatures in your i assure Yon mrs. Replied the Young Man that you need not have been at that pains on my account for i am Frank to confess that i was very much pleased with Ber appearance. And i do really think continued he that you have reason to feel truly proud of such a the lady looked very Blank for a moment yet she dared not go further in the publication to or. Mowbray of her prejudices against the poor seamstress. I will inform Yon in a few words mrs said he where and How it was that i became acquainted with your Niece. I had seen and noticed her at your House one evening when i had i was even then interested very deeply in her appearance and should have been glad of an introduction from you. Ton gave me 1 you know or. Interrupted the lady in one of her most artful tones that i did not know whether might be agreeable to you or not and of course i was altogether a willing to suffer her to be intruded upon i i understand and appreciate your motives Kirs. Replied he. Yet it so happened that i was pleased with her and was not loth. Toi Avail myself of the first Opportunity that offered itself to become acquainted with her i happened to meet her one afternoon at a House in Street and what was she doing there Pray eagerly in err noted the aunt. Giving of her scanty Means Madam to relieve the distresses of a poor am swered the Young Man most fir sly. I recognized her Beautiful countenance instantly Aud with it further ceremony made myself known to her. Have a habit of Hunting out suffer ers and the deserving poor in our Strees and relieving them As far As i Caa judiciously some people perhaps May Call it eccentricity. I Call it duly. I have ample Means mrs. Green and i intend not to throw them this interview was drawn1 to i after this free and foil disclosure on the part of the Young Man. Many months had gone by. Spring had re turned and the Gross sprung up everywhere on the lawns Aad Hill sides. A neat Billet Doux Capie to the door of mrs. Green by the hands of the Footman of a Carriage that waited at the Bottom of the Steps. Mrs. Green took it broke the Seal impatiently and read with perturbation mrs. Emeline Mowbray is at Home to see her friends on. Thursday evening May 22d or. We. Mowbray. Miss e. they were married i mrs. Green at first was enraged but time softened her resentment and she finally acknowledged her Folly and or. Mowbray avowed that her prejudices first inter ested him in the character of miss May. That lesson mrs. Green will never forget. Fight Between a Rattlesnake has. The state Kights Democrat pah listed at Elba ala., narrates the following two gentlemen were lately in the Woods when their attention1 was attracted by an uproarious noise of hogs. Thinking that some thing uncommon was to pay they repaired to the spot and found that the hogs had been in a fight with a very Large Rattlesnake. The fight from appearance had. Been a Long and Desper ate one. The Snake was torn to pieces three hogs dead and a fourth dying. That As the last hog would groan the Snake would raise his head being unable to do anything else. The Snake and hog soon died. They report that for thirty Yards around the grass and ground were torn no. The six and a half or seven feet Long. The hogs in the fight had demolished All the rattles except two the prospects of Ireland. Thomas Mckee delivered an interesting feet Fri a Short time Cince before Sheridan s wit. The following authentic anecdote in connection with the Drury Lane theatre rebuilt by a Large audience of his countrymen at Holland the architect a 1794, and by him Tabernacle is. Y., on die present Condi Tion and prospects of Ireland. Or. Mcco visited1 his native country lost summer after eight years absence and the conclusion which he draws from his observations is that a Radi Cal change is rapidly taking place in the manners habits and intellectual leased to Sheridan will we doubt not be Nev to on readers j Holland could never obtain a settlement or even an interview on the subject with Sheridan he haunted him for weeks and months at owe House at the theatre at his usual but he was nowhere to be seen at lost he of the people of Ireland in Short that the tracked him to the a tags door and rushed in in spice of the opposition of the Burly Porter country is undergoing 2 revelation As Complete As if it had been proclaimed from the Cannon s month. The Emerald Isle is in a transition state and n new volume of its history is Row opened. Or. Mcgoe attributes the change to three principal causes. First the system of Railroad communication which is bringing both ends of the Island to Gether scattering local and making of the Irish one compact people. The Railroad has banished the furies from Ireland it has waked up the intellectual faculties of the Agri cultural classes and introduced among them habits of punctuality and Industry. The absence of National centralization has heretofore been the cause according to or Megee of the absence of National Unity. The most re Mote parts of the Island Lois tar and con Nao fat Munster and Ulster Are now made acquainted with each other through influence of the railroads. The second Roro Lintio nary agent at Noik in Ireland is the English language language is always a powerful instrument in forming the habits and character of the people half a Century ago the gaelic was the language of Ossian whom or. My acc styles the Homer of the Western and of the Irish saints and priests of the Catholic Church but this old National language is now disappearing i6 1834 the National school system was established. In 1854 More than a million of pupils under age were learning English and already English in great demand throughout the country the the patriotic irishman it will done toes to a source of deep regret thus to part with Hia Mother Tongue. But he cannot Over look the fact that two great the English and the one on the East and Ufeo other on the the same to Nguc and that Teijo a diff cent one from his own and if he Wou lil with the world he must not keep pm self shut up in the Shell of a dead language Between two living ones. The Way in which this introduction of the English language will influence the risk mind a the future is to or. Mcgee a mystery he admits the excellence of the English literature but he is undoubtedly fearful that the Security of the Catholic Faith will be endangered by its inroads. English ideas generate from the principle of the right of private judgment Irish ideas from the principle of obedience. The question with Jur is whether the Irish intellect will be Able to com Bat successfully the expediency of Lucon and. The materialism of Hobbes. Shall we says he Irish translated or Irish apostates7 shall we accept what is Good and wholesome in the English literature and at the same time be Able to reject the bad Jur entertains the Hope that there will soon be an Irish better adapted to the Irish mind and Faith than the English and capable of counter a tide the1 delirious the latter

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