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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 29, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTioga t bait be Poa Aeder put conman Der a Monde Eagle. 3d and published weekly by j. P. Or fill. I Dofice Ori main is. Door above the court House. Eagle is published every thurs i in in the Borough of Wellsborough Tioga co. A. The subscription Price n Yeazil if paid in Advance or if no t Paiit till othe year. J making not More than a Square will by inserted three limes for one fur Ersi y subsequent insertion Twenty five advertisements charged in the same Aro thoth exceeding six lines will be Riv get As a Square and those making six lines free times for seventy foe cents and 18 3-4 cents of every time after charge for one insertions the same. Al Liberal reduction to those who advertise by Lily fun for a Shorter period than sin months nor will any paper be Discon need Mill All arrearage Are paid but at the of the publisher. Looters relative to the business of to e my communications for the paper Musl lie pot paid or they will not be attended in. Select tales. He game of chess. I authoress of the collage in the fashionable and unfashionable Etc. Concluded he the miss Leigh and miss Eustace More much attached to mrs. Atkins my vere frequently employed in making some fancy elegant to Inave behind them As tokens of heir regard. Miss Eustace had finish screen which Rould not but satisfy delicate taste and was now in embroidering a while Satin for her Friend while miss Yuss i reign Wrt Nares Ner Nana irom miss Eustace s grasp and in silence proceeded to remove the shells. Do persuade her or. Said miss Eustace with do persuade her to let alone this work of destruction. I Only asked her if it was Juite perpendicular and no doubt it was my Point of observation that made it appear otherwise j Deal a she added throwing her arms around her Friend s do desist from your present purpose. J wish i had kept my foolish Tongue you know not How sorry i am that i made the remark but miss Leigh would not releasing herself from miss Eustace s arms she returned to her work of demolition while she i shall take it to pieces miss us tace i like not that any thing should go from beneath my hand that is not perfect that is a right thought or. Chauncey and is an excuse for he stopped Short for he found himself in danger of having is judg ment warped by the emotions of his heart. Fixing his eyes on the Pyra mid he fell into a train of musing. It is quite perpendicular is it not or. Chauncey said miss Eustace supposing his mind engrossed by the object he seemed so intensely viewing. Is it not quite she repeated. It is at the same instant pressed Ler together and reduced the fabric to a Complete ruin. Of How could you do Sci mrs. Atkins. You ried will make one for to i Susan after i go said miss Leigh. I could not go on with this a 1 satisfaction in it was forever destroyed if miss Leigh Ever appeared Lovely and if she Ever appeared to be All that a woman should be it was for the fortnight that Mcce eded the demolition of the Pyramid Horace Chauncey at length is himself to the Force of her a attract and yet his heart had not the be consent of his judgment r a he feared that if Hii judge ent were perfectly Well informed its sentence would be against him. And what have i to thought the Strong attachment of Ter Friskes Speaks volumes in her Praise even did she need such testimony in ice Yvor. And do i not myself constantly wit Ness vigor of her int Chect pcs. Feet her Nee yet the whole lace Lof the Battle. Miss in Leigh however seemed not aware of if it so intent was fee on the manoeuvre f she had been perforating. But or. Chauncey s beat Quick 39 he saw All her danger t and Jar ten she placed her fingers tin a to have moved which would decided her Fate aty once his self Ccmmand forsook him and uttering an emphatic a f he turned suddenly from the table. I he could not Bear witness her defeat miss Leigh suspended her move ment but she was too much excited see Al Ter Awn montary pause she made the f instant she saw move. The next her error it Wals Tooi i will never chess while i miss Eustace pression of or. Atkins i much and at the moment when or. Chauncey Resur Rieditis Post with a Fla Ming Cheek and flashing Eye she a wept her Arm across table exclaiming i play another game of looked up with an exp piety on her features a one of undisguised correctness of her opinions a the in Ruu Leish was making a Pyramid of Vari quite she said or. Chaurncy i incl of shells As an Ornat Nunt for this last was quite arduous undertaking As Many of shells were exceedingly Small and ired great skill and taste to arrange Oua the an the req thin As at once to match them precision and display their beauty1 to greatest advantage. Ii the Little Circle at or. Atkins the Progress of the i Pyramid interest and with admiration of its Beauty and the taste of the fair architect. Or. Chauncey was almost a d Lily witness of its increasing height the o ild sit for an hour together Assort ing rat Pla certainly not behind Praise he bestowed any Otic in on it. To the shells and admiring the Deli fingers that fitted them in their is so neatly above All admired the Power that enabled the architect to on a work that seemed to require so Nuch care and ingenuity while her id seemed quite free to engage in ant subject of conversation however Lur feign to her employment. One morning As miss Leigh was soaked in the recess which was devoted to her use while erecting her Pyramid Evtus Eil Stac came she frequently t in to Overlook her for a few minutes. Z looked on in silence for sometime then it is the most Beautiful thing Auta that i Ever univ. But is it quite perfectly said miss Leigh. Perhaps it is the position from which i now View it that makes it be m to lean a Little toward your right said miss Eustace. It undoubtedly said miss Leigh f Rit is precisely it is really the most Beautiful thing i Ever saw repeated miss Eustace arid soon after took a seat on the other be. Of the room. She had been but a Short time set Al to her work when or. Chauncey in do his appearance and just passing be compliments of the morning he new a Leigh s table to seated himself beside her. What Are you doing miss Leigh id he in a tone of Surprise As soon As had had time to observe that instead adding shells to the fabric she was deliberately removing them. Have made any mistake Abby has been finding fault with y she replied. Her wards seemed to almost choke her and her yes sparkled with unusual fire while Bright spot Burneil on her Cheek. Fault what asked or. Chauncey. In an instant miss Eustace was Eside the table and catching the hand lat was about to remove another Shell Flthe dear Augusta what do you mean of must not remove another Shell rom this Beautiful fabric with a motion not perfectly gentle roused by her reiterated questions to examine the Pyramid with a critical it is not though i did not no Tice its declination till led to look for it. The defect however is so slight thit few persons probably1 would notice it will not take it to pieces a said miss Eustace in an in treating tone. Miss Leigh removed her work to a great i distance from her and turning it slowly around examined it careful y. Yes i Musi take it Down at least thus said she placing her Finger on the Pyramid. The effect is not so slight As or. Chauncey every one will i should have done so myself As soon As i had completed it. I am glad you noticed it so notwithstanding i my ill humor. Will you forgive me Abby she added As she looked up with an expression of regret on her she held up her lips for a kiss i have nothing to said miss Eustace As she placed her lips on those of her Friend with the warm kiss of affection. Or. Chauncey Drew a Long breath As if relieved from an oppressive Bur Den. Yet notwithstanding re conciliation or. Chauncey s visit was not As pleasant As usual. Miss Leigh seemed too intent on taking her work to pieces to Converse with her usual vivacity. Nor did her countenance Wear exactly its most agreeable sex in a few minutes after the Mutual kiss had been Given a look of discontent settled about her eyes and brow which to say the least was not attractive. There was something too in the closing of her Mouth that rendered her far less Beautiful than usual. All this might have Arisen from the unpleasantness of the task of taking to pieces that which she had put together with so much care and pains. But be the cause what it might or. Chauncey Watfa realized by the effect. He made one or two efforts at conversation As he found silence very embarrassing. He tasted not that Rich enjoyment which he some times had while sitting in perfect silence beside the object p f his Admi ration. But his efforts to Converse were unavailing As miss Leigh answered Only by monosyllables. He wished miss Eustace would do something to break the spell but had resumed her seat and her work on other Side Cacy of our tenderness of her sympathies what can 1 ask More where else can i Fine As lie sighed deeply As he. Or. Atkins spoke become fastidious. I am expecting that perfection on Earth which is t be Lound Only in heaven. And am d so perfect myself As to have a right to expect perfection in a wife alas Haw Nany defects will you have to Overlook in me you eve r be nine and mine you must be i i will hesitate no longer this very evening you shall know the wishes of my he immediately opened 1 is waiting desk filled a Page with this his attachment and closed 1 y tin of his hand. On entering his Friend so Par the evening air. Cd aunchm fou Young ladies engaged at chess Atkins seated by them watching Progress of the game while m Kins was occupied with a Book other part of the room. He often with them that he Carne offer or in d the or. 5 the s. At in an As so and went out almost like one of the family _ i i _. So thata Bow and a Good evening the displeasure while the countenance of or. Chauncey spoke amazement and consternation. Miss Leigh instantly a left the table and walked towards the fire followed by miss Eustace. Who is the Victor to night enquired mrs. Atkins raising her eyes from her Book. Saiid miss Eustace yes but All my efforts at self Ision Are said miss Leigh re Mem mortify i Moit sobbing i can never till it is too late and then Gabion and self upbraiding Are my just Reward. I would give the world a must lie the Post were singled Ocipa to All that was necessary Buford in the group and became Pat Tor in whatever was on . Lie now stationed himself behind miss Leigh s chair and fastened on the chess Board. For some Limtt How Ever he could not fix his Nind on the game so much were his though is engrossed by the important that seemed to Burn in his pock at. Our Tair friends Are so equally match said or. Atkins to at there is much interest in watching the contest very soft and Low tone we did not finish the games you know miss Eustace j snid miss you know you Alk yourself victorious and i will never play another of chess while i her voice though but slightly or raised had the tone of passionate excitement and her words were scarcely uttered Ere she into a of tears. Miss Eustace again looked up with an expression of distress a stood suspended a moment As if in doubt what to do and then silently left the room. ,5 Are you petrified said or. Alt Kins As he turned round and observed or. Chauncey standing immovable beside the chess table his eyes riveted upon it. The question of or. Atkins roused him and draving out his watch he said while his voice betrayed much Chauncey v repeated or. How came you to think of because there is no one Likely whom should be so glad mrs. At tins replied. Well you said to to have you frequently since Lay quire or. Sigh Yon have been Here in Chauncey. Very miss l i thought said or or i must before this have Foi thus engaged they played last or. Atkins and had a tested and who was conquer. Chauncey of said m looking up but much Aga i assure never tried harder for a Victory in my life then you bore your defeat Admira said or. Atkins. For my part i thought you quite i diff rent about it you appeared so a Lull satisfied after you had yielded the contest i had miss Eustace. The Tim know is when one fears Tia they shall of the room and silent and unobtrusive As usual. Mrs. Atkins at length came in and or. Chauncey hoped that Relief was nov at hand but instead of this the unpleasant explanation of miss Leigh s retrograde work must be made. What a pity it is i said Kins Why did not some one of is observe it sooner to save you so much trouble to this miss Leigh made no reply but with her Mouth More firmly closed than Ever continued for few minutes longer to undo her work increasing dissatisfaction was legibly written on her countenance till at length closing her hands Over the Pyramid she said this is irksome and be obliged to yield. Aft about As much sati fact beaten As in beating for o by help sympathizing wit nist who has fought Brave Cess fully. I am Happy to lean much enjoy being beater Leigh smiling. You think it shall so enjoyment said and i Shalli idled Uncle attention to the game for a full hour from made their moves in per Victory sometimes leaning sometimes to the other Tlemcen were As much in fair antagonists but they Ferent sides. Or. Atli s sympathies being enlisted for miss Eustace r. Chauncey a of co Leigh. Both however to Manly to express the word or sign. But at the game seemed drawing to a close i and again in miss Leigh s favor if when a skilful move on Chauncey and you r replied. It is later Kins that than i m not bid you Good night i of not yet said or. At of chess said Ivar Rny con ror asked is Eustace not my will unlucky game has engrossed the whole evening., come sit Down. Susan will throw aside her Book Augusta will get Over her defeat and we will have some rational you Willi excuse me this said or. Chauncey. And uttering a Hasty Good he the room. He was scarcely conscious of any thing until lie found himself in i sown chamber at boarding House. Ring the decayed embers that Lay on the Hearth to make them Burn brightly he snatched the lately Brit ten letter pocket and jail it upon them j he watched it As it sued until the last particle was reduced to ashes and then drawing a Long breath he uttered an emphatic thank even i of r Al said rial you there is on being in can i an ant ago y put Hunsuc that you so miss i n have that thank heaven an hour afterwards he rang the Bell for a Serra not gave some directions and at five the next morning while the stars were vet Bright in the heavens he took a spat Irttie mail coach that whirled him rapidly away from the scene of his danger. J what has become of or inquired mrs. Atkins the second eve Ning after the decisive game of chess added As she parted the hair i offer Friend s Placid brow i would give the world had i your equanimity of temper i Weir let us talk no More of Atkins. To Morrow i will Lopko after the truant and learn the of his i had scarcely done speaking when a servant brought in the letters and a which had just arrived by the mail ing them Atkin s caught be this is curious this Horace s hand writing and is Boston j Pray open cried mrs. Atkins. What does he Why he answered Fri at Kirtse after rapidly runner to the letter Obj sri he says that he writes to bid us a Good Bye that he could not come to Ute Ted it in his own person cried mrs. Atkins pea y when did he leave town at five the next nor in no after he left said Atkins. And How Long is he to be absent Mhz. Atkins inquired., answered her husband. The length of his absence will depend perhaps we shall Jbf see him again these three months 1 this is very remarked mrs. Atkins. Does he say what Pul led him away in such haste to be Gme for so Long a period not a word. The letter seems to slave been written in great haste. I have never seen such a scroll come from beneath Horace s hand. Must link in been in great haste or. Atkins then proceeded to open other letters and nothing further was of or. Chauncey or his abrupt departure. Yet a glance at the faces of the Trio ladies would have proved Liat the subject was not dismissed from their thoughts. Mrs. At kiwis with closed eyes sat looking at the fire an air of abstraction which showed that she was endeavouring to unravel the Enigma. Miss Leigh s features wore an expression of Blank disappointment and after an Hunsuc attempt to conceal or control her feelings she retired to her Cham Ber. The heightened color in miss Eustace s Cheek was the Only thing about her face that bespoke emotion faint an Eye fixed intently on the frill that fell Over her bosom would have 4een with what Force and rapidity her heart was beating. P gone said miss she clo Apfl the door of her chamber gone Fotr three months from the die is she wept in the bitterness of disappointment and Morti fixation. She had for Many Days been hourly expecting the offer of his hand Juthe hand she most strongly wished to possess. She had Nehf confident of he Are Correct in or. Atkins. Your con it was has promised to look in upon us Lew minutes in the course of the but you need not so much moved Abby for i dare say Solhi in will happen to drive hip away to a Ghl there is nothing pleasant in the recall action of the last time i saw Ace. She blushed As she it the disingenuous Nesa to Perry it or. Atkins to said miss Wasj speaking Vichich led her ascribe her emotion to a cause. She Felt As if liar the plus n Nocent Tiente Lay but it was not was nature. The in a Vomm s heart Hikcs not to at least not until it be looked Upo May with propriety be expressed. It is a Little treat lire she feels to be All her own i treasure she has alight to conceal All eyes. Timidity delicacy Natu a auces of tins want of s. Perfect Hohtu clothe in she i Soufl the void stantly be have her e fixed on Tho image grave on it to a third can Hei of love love s nol woman is capable As 1, or. Came in before tic Evans though of Nyji Jiner As quite als collected As his embarrassment soon wore ust away and h of a few to couple o you need Vor us with f said m leave Thos were for life. Notwithstanding delicacy of t in a while w Sein at his for was not a Pir Kcf cd a Shock from not at once in cover. Loje Afler the to command Al female Reserve Are the on Alment i at her than in the most be she would Blush to i Tho conscious of the de object in heart. The woman who person freely of Ning u As far Ilia first appearance his visit just jul of being minutes was lengthened hours. No new invitation to frequent visits or. Chaun he you formerly received the kindness and is remark or. Chauncey s less frequently to be and s than formerly. He never but he had re which he could his heart was not a heart to at could Long continue to beloved object had ceased Lis respect. To marry make Mliss Lough Ito look to her to his Home the abode of peace serenity and Joy impossible and after this full conviction of his judgment to spend his time in sighing for her loss would be puerile. It apart from every selfish Consic ration he did mourn that a possess my such qualities As she posse use 1, and who might be All Sisi Eustace her Cousin of her expectations. Had read his a infection his admiration in eyes in the tone of his voice. Had she been deceived had he tried to deceive her 0, Chauncey was i above deceit. He had loved like a rather like a fury she Nad forced him from her it must have been game of chess had scaled her Fate such was the train had been he is staying Fromi thought that accompanied her to us longer than usual i think jul thous and co Punctious miss Leigh looked

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