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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 23, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaQuarter of Onri and court a flyer Jinil Deriv Erri it Wei for ill be held the court Welte Borough on Jon. Ber next 10 o clock Fly at which he Coro. E and consta Biet e notice that icy proper win Isi ions do those which 8 Appertain to be d i treires Are also m. Said Coli t and not depart Inder my Hall and Oligh this tenth of Domini one thou Stix de thirty nine. John , sheriff. "1" i hings d All become jew Vandusen in fled. The tavern formerly occupied by her known As the sub that the House has an air which renders it t. Having entered into determined to keep a in approbation of those Ith a Call. As Well spread at the no expense which their it them in subjecting avoided. Or wished with a variety to be Sof n in the disposal of the Ioinous or disorderly Dis rpm irises. Is Good and a first s he in attendance. Only to say please be Happy to wait upon Vandusen. Lii 1839.__________ n Silver. German Leaf by l. Robinson. To inter a he on monday the next at 10 o clock i. M. Jurors. Ewis Lull or Jacob Harrington Wal James Cook Ambrose s Boyer newbery close or. Run Are. Dewry Lander d. Rum Hunt Warner Bonny. Blanchard in Ork. Morgan. I Triton Jacob Lehbold. Spin err. Be a errors. I b. Dun by Hucl n Rose or. Harlem Frost. I i him Everett. A Osselaer w. Gray i am Babb. Ziniel Fuller James Irtis Parkhurst. Miah Al Rod Jonathan be i Liel Church Samuel Nehemiah r. Ripley West Brook. Arlisle Atherton Danuel Miller Nathan r Henry Hilt i is Inot. Mowry. I Leazer Seeley Nekton Loyt Myrnan Carpen djo irined court. A u. Pickle Lyman in Robbins. Nathan sir Mons. Irles Lorace Seeley John Bow Lyra Beebe Gamuel ii. Maps. Vis Miller Daniel h. John c. Robb. Grew. Babb. T George Knox a very Frost. S Lac Werline Wiliam Chamberlin Epson. Gitchell _ Chester Ames. Fillip m. Re Hurst. Enjamin Vanduin Waldo May. Ilas Billings. Vid Crippen Joseph m. Son Sherman. I comm a Good vol. Ii. The t1oga Eagle is published every wednesday in the Borough of Wells Prugh Tioga co. A. The subscription Price is a year if paid in Advance or if not paid till the expiration of Tho Yean. No subscription received for a Dorter period than six months nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher. Advertisements making not More than a Squir Ped suddenly and her heart quailed within her As through an often door she saw the. Object of her search. For the first she thought of the magnitude and cruelty of the request she was about to make and doubted whether even to save the Fife of a father she was doing right in tearing open the wounded bosom of oae whose feelings bad been co much greater than those of death. Almost breathlessly she stood by the open door gazing upon Joe my wife be dared not say almost shrieked the unfortunate Man clutching her hand and As Sud Denly relinquishing it As j he fell info a elixir every limb quivering with agitation and big drops of perspiration gathering on his cold fore Lead. Dear Uncle forgive this Cru cried the terrified girl. Unhappy that i am thus to be forced to tears the heart of my kind Uncle or see mgr i mentioned Queen but he again somewhat impatiently exclaiming with a slight laugh Pfay Jane no Tel us what we can a to please this fair Cam wouldst Tseou ask of us maid King Sutti As the was in the habit 0f receiving but before she opened it she courteously the stranger of the tapestries benches in the Here my poor mafia Lens while i learn the contents of Scrol and if i can serve thee fear not the is thu saying she with few to one of Filo thing less Rny Liese that the the arched windows and Unryu Edythe ire of a father who has vellum. It was scarcely open when with a smothered shriek and maps Cheek ind brow As Pale As Marble she your majesty a drub kneeling before the r Rise Maiden father shall larger advertisements charged in the same pro portion. Thaw exceeding six Una will be charged at a Guare and thine making six lines or Lea three times for evenly fun cents and 183-4 cents for every time after. The Price for one or Hirte insertions the same. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise by the year. Letters relative to the business of the office and communications for the paper be Post or Theja will not attended to. From the ltdies1 companion. The tradesman s Daugh ter., j by Ajun Stephens. Four hours the poor wife of the imprisoned had remained in the position which the overflowing of grief had left her in. As if one blow had turned her to Stone she sat Bend in Forward with clasped fingers and eyes distend edly fixed on the door through which her husband had been dog cd no appearance of motion be spoke life except a slight twitching of the nerves about live Mouth As the soft troubled tones of Consolation reached yet there thing Lou Thingly Noble in his High Broad forehead from which the Black hair was combed and fell backwards Over his shoulders at length timidly and with sinking Hopes Ruth ventured to claim his no Tice by advancing into the room. He raised his head and a faint smile flitted Over his features on recognising his Niece. He motioned her to take a seat on a Low Stool by and Laid his hand care singly on her hair before he addressed her. At length fixing fits eyes mournfully upon her face he said in a1 voice so Clear and sad that it fell soother try on the torn hear of poor Ruth no to Ruth ask me not to see her hear that voice i could not and live. What i the father of her child her husband to ask Hervy smile upon my Home my child worse than Motherless he sprang up and Striek his clenched hand upon the if it would save the life of All that Drew blood from the same a Dearest replied Ruth frightened at his vehemence "icu4 not ask All this but one line Only one line from you will do More than prayers from i Only ask you to write thru de clasping the Gir. Wildly to her bosom and madly pissing her forehead h it i Ion so Good and pure. Who has come to me in my degradation but that its blast ing came or my brain will and without waiting for an answer she darted foward to where the vellum had and Wain seizing it with trembling hands and compressed lips ran Over the contents. When she the signature a spasm of pain seemed to Dart Over her for the hand in grasped the Kellum heavy i a i _ r Art but before we Grant this Pardon take thy seat again at our Side and Tell us thy fathers Nate and his said Jane hastily interrupting Ruth who was about to answer his crime my haying when in his wine that he would make his son heir to the Crown that Nad c life de step Laoag Star after of o in whew she to join lose that the h Aid had torn from her. R Ter Mother Iliad nov a from the state of torpid borrow which we described in the tour Story. Soon after the her she too of de anal except her Uncle Shore was Lef Alorie to Strugge through a world she had so much cause to she to pm by with that Kin. Arid by degrees won him to cheerfulness., Ruth drawn to the door by he noise of many1 feet upon the pavement Surprise and pity kept Hei seeing a miserable female in front of their dwelling Widjan the Brill Al crowd were i ring Forward not Lone Home of thy has Row fallen on thy head thou Sce Kest companionship with mis who were Beautiful m youth and fortitude Knelt before her with tears Roll ing from her dark eyes and streaming Down the Sweet face that was raised imploringly to that of her in vain had she exhausted every lation to arouse her from the of sorrow. Nothing would do. Over come with her own sorrow and the sight of her forlorn Parent she let her Young head fall into the Lap of her Mother and gave vent to a burst of anguish terrible and touching in one so apparently helpless. For some time she rested exhausted upon her Immo Vable Mother when suddenly Spring up her whole Frame quivering with eager Hope she exclaimed. Up dear Mother there is yet slowly the despairing eyes of her Mother turned and rested their Frozen beams glowing face of the enthusiastic girl her Marble lips parted and her voice seemed Tofe ome from a far off Hope and who Speaks of Hope thou my Ery. Alas eat she you have guessed right i am in a sore grief for last night my poor father was dragged from our Hearth Stone by a company of the King s men at arms who accused him of treason. Treason my brother John treason child thou i of would i did dear Uncle if that could make my tale would i did rave. But alas it is All to real. I saw she continued and weeping bit tear fro him the clinging arms of my poor Mother who now sits of Home bemoaning him and bereft of. Reason i saw them strike with brutal violence my dear Little Richard As he Clung to the Knets of his lather and begged piteously that they would not drag him from us. I heard their coarse jests 0.1 my poor face As i Knelt to them in an agony of grief. Uncle i do not rave would that i she leaned her forehead on his hand bathing it with her tears. Compose thyself my poor child nay do not cry so this matter be so bad As thou supposes knot Tiest thou Whai this charge of yes when i Knelt and begged of them to Tell me my father s crime they me mockingly Uncle mockingly no More no More i to not torture me with for some time the unhappy Man As if endeavouring to still the tumult

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