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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 1, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIs lady s Anco Man s Magazine. Real in this highly Popuri edition having m than proprietor to the the that shall of tire any other i addition to the fat the Talent of to. V n the engraving of the subject american picture it ally the newest the before the Public Are Thi n Aga me by the beat by can produce from the s and London and a be relied upon a. The in in the United in which they Are k lore for than any Icalan and Alray. Hare the in addition to r cd the Magazine Host Hosfor arrangements have been made Liber More of the beat Fri s Day so that spice and i be looked for in the i Tenry t in the new volume. And pastimes. This inter its of the Magazine shall served As important to Young and in fact to All Young or Delight in the sports of the 10 gun. Articles in this is shall be from acknowledged of the very Best authority. And paper. The Rol 3e opened with a new and Type cast expressly for the mechanical execution shall passing neatness and Lall be upon the finest Kwh of popular music the pieces of new and popular the piano Forte guitar elected for its pages and two Ages shall appear regularly h. In this Way subscribers country towns can always test music at Low Rales Al on As it is published. Terms 7he terms Are for subscription and in no Case Aice be abated or two copies f postage and discount Al Advance. No subscriber in any Case the the Rule is irn Periola and e departed from. 3 Post paid George r Graham Jorner 3d and Chesnut shia. Is will please copy and r papers hereafter addressed sturday evening Post which Llie publisher postage. Nitt Ces of correspondence. 10 following named poisons Ocie committee of fat Only by the fourth of March Elijah Welch i j turns Gray or win Risoji Benj Finui Josephus Clark Joshua o Spencer chutes Edswll Samuel Miller we k Mitchel Sylvester Bee with Daniel Holliday or. Solomon Westbrook a. S. K. Q White Oliver own Diquen Miller John h e a Nicoto Jacob Dory a Alinson nil Waldo May Hezekiah blow Vul e woke Man John l Phenix John b bean Jacob j Willetr s Geo Levegood Jonathan be bang Edwin e b of Oulu non Ueo hasted John Fox _ to tie Public. Be supplied with legacy the Stone and rises hoes with a fld shovels and no at the now by f. H. Vii con Idy ill Man t of Cumber mob Cutaio x Erly berts Etthell newspapers for office. Printed and published every wednesday by j. P. At f 2 of a year payable half yearly in Advance or .10 if not paid the year. Vol. No. 3. Wellsborough wednesday september i 1841 a. Mark Lue Riden. By mr9. H. B. Stowe. Even within that. He also provided himself with a Small account which he determined to live in habits of very close acquaintance and in his Book he designed to note Down All the upon the present occasion it had Cost him something of an Effort to say Noj the Tiocka Tiona county conditions. Making not More Ihan att Marc inserted three one Dollar and r yer insertion Twenty five cents. Come Mark Meriden Don t Settle savings consequent upon the retrench charged in the tame pro Down into an old grandmother before ing of certain Little extras before Al Fortuin Elvae exceeding six lines will be to Jug a pretty wife s a pretty lured to in which he had been in the thing Maik and a pretty House is a habit of pretty freely indulging him the Price for one pretty thing but hang must self. Or . Have a Little of life. It All and communications must be Mark Meriden stood at his desk Post paid to ensure attention. Divine a last look at his books while for Mark was one of your easy Clever Ben Sanford the roguish the merry to Whon the enunciation of for a Shorter period the son singing the of All Bens this syllable causes As much trouble As than six months nor will any paper be Discon wa8 tnu8 urging on him. The claims of a All the guttural a of the German. How trued until All arrearage Are paid but at the project term that evening. Now Ever when he came in sight of his Par Gen wag be messenger for an Lour window through which the Bright a 1 j trunk a Tho and those Sweet Days gone by. That pleasant Homo of fruits and when by the Hudson s verdant Side my listers wove their ans into Bowers and by at eventide would hastening come from Distant toil to bless 1 Home and Bis children s Radiant happiness. Those scenes Are fled the rattling car or Flint paved streets prof Neq the spot i o or Sod we sowed tyo Star of Bethlehem and for jct to 0. To to mammon s Deso lating reign wone or shall find on Earth a Home again i it pored o or Many a yellow Paga of ancient Wisdom and have won pen Hance scholar s name Sago or poet Neer hath taught thy son so so fraught with holy truth. As those his Mother s Faith shed o or his youth. If f or through Grace my god shall own the of Tennis of my Light and love m i thinks when bending close before his throne and the ransomed Host above the name on my rejoicing lips shall lie and i will bless ill it Grico for heaven and the. Fur the and thou thut tread the Way that to blessed land my often wayward footsteps led by thy kind word1 and patient h my and when i wandered far thy faithful Call he store toy tool from aug a Duc fitful Thrall. I i hive been blast with other Tiri fond tics and True yet never deem Tinl ids thy fondness Price no Mother in the warmest dream of answer cd passion through this heart of mine one chord will vibrato to no name but Tii Ive Mother thy name is i know no love of mine can fill for Noste place of thy heart nor within one Larrad recess still on the fail haul bosom of thy son. My Parent thou Art Only one the Blott Fig paper into the Book and the Book into the place wiped his pen with an air of great thoughtful at last turning to Ben said think i won t go this now Why not said Ben eager y said ple generally find a Supply and the next morning saw Mark at Early Busi Ness hours with As steady a hand and Ling because i have an Odd fancy that As Cool a head As if there had been no i should like mrs. Meriden s company such thing As Bachelor frolics in exis tence. 1 late in the Forenoon Ben Sanford lounged in to Ogle a few of the ladies and above All to rally Mark on loosing the glorious fun in the evening before upon my word he began we must have you up for selectman you Are becoming so extremely ancient and venerable in your ways however you Are to be he added circumstances influx i company this q mrs. Pardon myself for saying one Don t like to see a Fine fellow buried take a real Wake up with thank you Ben but i Havn t been asleep and Don t need it. So i la go Home and see my and thereat Mark turned a Resolute step homeward As a Well trained husband ought. The american girl s Choice. They Tell of France s beauties rare of Italy a proud daughters of Scotland s fair and Nyrup i of Shannon s Vvs need not All their boasted charms 1 Hough lords and Dukes Hoyer our glory lies m Freedom s a Lor a Lover if you bout of a font ump for the world avoid my into he atom of a certain to Lually called Jook from a Pigeon Hole a is desk the the canal. We understand that though 1 title Book Afore named and entered As combatants fought most furiously u bet Down m any Chart of follow8 to one real a l to and May be very ju8tly called a which being done he locked his desk Tat one of the Black Fellows inflicted a which makes a and returned once More to mrs. Meri f he White he the world goes. In consequence of Days flew on and the shop of Mark White men by stabbing him with irg8 Spanish knife in the Side just hip. Four of the Blacks were and after a hearing before i a Tina Reed Ware committed to Tako trial at the october sessions. Potts Ville Reg. To err is forgive divine w ----------7 when he found himself in lava with and engaged to a very pretty girl began to reflect with More than Ordinary seriousness on his habits ways and manners of life. He Alse took an accurate Survey of his business formed an average estimate of his future income on the sober est probabilities and determined to live a Little on and the became increasingly popular and still from time to time he was assailed with a kind of temptation we have described. Now it was Mark my Good fellow do join us in a trip Teg a and now come my old boy 1st us have a spree at now it was the club now the Oyster supper but still Mark was invincible and still As one or a Al other gaily recounted the history of the scene he silently committed the account of the expense to his Little Book. Yet was not Mark cynical or unsocial. His Sef Usala though so firm were invariably Good natured and though he could not be drawn abroad yet he was unquestionably open handed and free in his own Home. No House had so warm a Welcome no dinner table could be More Bountiful or More freely open for the Behof of All gentlemen of the Din ing out order no Lea table presented More unexceptionable Toast and no evening lounge was More easy Home like and cheerful than on the warm sofas in the snug Parlours of Mark Mer Iden. They also gave evening parties and Well ordered and in Fine notwithstanding is Short comings Mark was set Down is a Fine open handed fellow after All. At the end of the year Mark up the account in his Little Book and was mightily astonished at it for with All his ideas of the Powers of numbers he had no idea that the twos and fives and tens and ones which on greater or smaller occasions had found their Way into his columns would amount up to a stun so considerable. Mark looked about him the world was going Well his business machinery moving in exact touch and time his House where was there a prettier one where a place with every Home drawing com had he lost any thing in plea sure the year past Mark thought not and therefore As he walked homeward he stepped into a bookseller s and or dered some books of Superb engravings for mrs. Meriden and spoke to the Gardner to Send some elegant flowering exotics for which he had heard her express an admiration some evenings be fore. That same evening came in Ben san Ford As he expressed it in the very Depths of for Young gentle Man whose worldly matters invariably go on wrong end Foremost will some times be found in this condition How Ever Exhur Berant May be their Stock of animal spirits. Pray Ben what s the said Mark kindly As the latter stretched himself at lengthen an Arm chair groan ing audibly. Of a Billious attack Mark shoe makers Bills boarding House Bills All sent in for new years presents hang Emall Mark was silent for a few moments and Ben continued confound it Mark what s the sense of living in a fellow is so cur sedly poor Here you Mark born in the same town with me and younger than i am by some two years you have a House As snug As cosy and comfortable As a Man can ask a wife like an Angel peace and plenty by the Bushel and All comes of having a Good run of Luck in the Money line and Ben kicked his Slipper against the andirons most energetically. What has become of Emily asked Mark after a pause. Poor said Ben there is she yet with All sweetness and patience waiting till such a Lucky scape race As i can give her a Home and a husband. I wish to my soul for her Sake i could be married and have a Home of my own besides to Tell you the truth i am tired of this rambling scrambling out at Elbow slip shod Why Don t you get said Mark. Why Dpn t i to be sure use my tailor s Bill for fuel and Beard Bill for House rent and my shoe Bill for bread and butter hey would you recommend a poor girl to try me All things considered said Ben bitter in Mark reflected awhile in silence and then Drew out his Book his Little Book to which we have before alluded. Just look at this said he i know you hate figures but just for Ben glanced at it impatiently laughed when he read Over the two or three first items but his face lengthened As he proceeded and Mark detected a sort of whistle of astonishment As he read the bum total. Well he exclaimed what a very old gentlemanly considerate trick is this of yours to sit behind you cur Tain so coolly noting Down the Cost and come to of All our Little frolics really it is most edifying How much you must have enjoyed your Superior discretion and and Ben laughed but not with Hia usual glee. Nay you said Mark. I kept this account merely to Lee what i had been in the habit of spending my self and As you and i have been always hand and Glove in every thing it an Swers equally for you. It was Only yesterday that i summed up the account and i assure you the surprised myself and now Ben the sum Here let Down and As much More As you please is freely at your disposal to Clear off old scores for the year provi ded you will accept with it this Little Book As a new year s Gilf and use it one twelve month As i have done and if Al the end of that time you Are not ready to introduce me to mrs. Sandford i am much Ben grasped his Friend s but just then the Entrance of mrs. Meriden prevented his reply. Mark however saw with satisfaction that he had Book carefully in his Vest pocket and buttoned up his coat with the air of a Man who is buttoning up a new Resolution. When they parted for the nigh Mark said with a smile in Case Otbie Lious attacks you know where to Send for Lien answered Only by a Fervant grasp of the hand for his Throat Felt too full Lor him to answer. Mark Meriden s Book answered the purpose admirably. In less than two years Ben sati Ford was the most popu Lar lawyer in and As steady a House Holder As you might wish to see. And in conclusion As this is a lady s Book we will just ask our lady read efs their opinion on one Point and it is this if mrs. Meriden had been a woman who understood what is called catch ing a better than securing a Hus she had never curled her hair except for company and thought it a degradation to know How to keep a All these things have happened from the Southern literary messenger the drunkard s wife. By Elihu by Jaitt the Learned Blacksmith. There Are new developments of the human character which like the Light of Distant stars Are yet to visit the Eye of Man and operate upon human society. Ever since the image of godhead was first sketched in Eden its great author and Angels have been painting upon it men have tried their hands upon it influences like the incessant breath of heaven have left each its line upon the canvass still the finishing stroke of the Pencil will not be accomplished until tha last lingering survivor of the wreck of matter and the crush of worlds is changed in the twinkling of an the hemisphere of the present age is studded All Over with such pearls and Pat inies of Bright As never shone before in he heavens of the human soul. In these latter Dayi the Waves of time have washed up from Depths that Angels never fathomed gems of Light Serene than were Ever worn before in tha Crown of Man. We Are now half Way advanced in a new Cycle of human history. The race is but just emerging from the Long reaching shadows of an Iron age and coming out into the Starlight and Sun Light of new influences. If As we Are assured scores of new stars have taken rank with the heavenly hosts during the last two centuries stars brighter than they have in the same period kindled up new lights in the moral firmament. Among these new stars one a Little lower than that of the Beth Lehem had just appeared above the horizon. It is the Star of woman s influence. Influential woman is a being of scarcely two centuries up to that period and almost hitherto her influences have fallen upon human character and society like the feeble rays of rising Winters Sun upon Polar Fields of ice. But her Sun is reaching upward. There is a glorious Meridian to which she shall As surely Coane As to Morrow s rising Sun shall reach his in our natural heavens. What Man will be when she shall Shine upon him then and thence we Are tenable to divine but we can found an anticipation from the influences of her dawning rays. Her morning Light has gilded the visions of human Hope and silvered the night shadows of human sorrows. There has been no depth of human misery beyond the reach of her ameliorating influence nor any height of human happiness which she has raised still higher. Whoever has touched at either of these extremities or to any of her intervening Points could whole no. 159. Attest that neither height nor depth nor principalities nor Powers nor things presenter to could divert or vitiate accents Anodyne of her love. Whether we Trace the linear reels of her character in the mild Twilight of her morning Sun or in the living beams of her risen Day we find that she has touched human society like an it would be.ir1reverent to her Worth to say in what walks of life she has walked most like an Angel of Light and love in what Vicissitudes in what Joys or sorrows in what situations or Circum signally discharged the heavenly ministrations of her mis Sion what ordeals brought out the Radience of her hidden jewels what fruition of earthly Bliss or Furna Ces of affliction have Best declared the fineness of her Gold. Still there is a scene which has escaped the Vul Tura s and almost every other Eye where she has cast Lorth bar Cost Liest pearls and shown such qualities of her native character As Mer it our adoration. This scene has been allotted to the drunkard s wife. How she has filled this desperate outpost of humanity will be revealed when the secrets of human life shall be disclosed to More worlds than this the history of hovels and the murky shall be Given in when the career of i he enslaved inebriated shall be told from the first to the the lowest degree of h is degradation there will be a memorial made of woman Wor thy of being told and heard in heaven. From the first moment she gave up her Young and hoping heart and All its treasures Inte the hands of him she loved to the luckless hour when the charmer wine fastened around that loved one All the Serpent spells of its through All the crush ing of her Young born years of estrangement and strange in harsh unkindness bit at her Heartstrings with an adder s tooth Down through each successive depth of disgrace and misery until she Bent Over the drunkard s through All these scenes a Halo of divinity has gathered around her and lir red her to Angel deeds of love. When tire maddened victim triad to Cut him adrift from the sympathy and society of god and Man she had Clung to and held him to Ber heart with Hooks of and when he was cast out All defiled with his leprous when he was reduced to such a thing As the beasts of the Field would Bellow was one who still kept him throned in her heart of hearts who could say Over the fallen Dri Velling creature although you Are nothing to the world you Are All the world to when that awful insanity of the drunkard set in upon him with All its fiendish shapes of torture while he Lay writhing beneath the scorpion stings of fiery phantasms and furies of delirium was woman by his Side enslaved with All the attributes of her loveliness. There was her tearful love beaming never dimmed but with tears when the Black spirits were at him. There she stood alone in Lone hours of night to watch his breathing with her heart braced with the omnipotence of her love. No brute As he was not a tie which her Young heart had thrown around him in his Bright Days had Ever Given away but had grown stronger As he approached the Nadir of his degradation and. If he Sank into that hopeless grave she in swathed him in her broken heart and Laid it in his coffin or if some mighty Angel s Arm or voice brought him up from the grave of drunkenness the deepest Ever dug for Man he came Forth Lazarus like bound fast and forever within the Cere ments of her deathless affection. Sueh is her sceptre such Are the cords which she throws around the wayward and wandering and leads him Back to virtue and to heaven say ing As she gives him in Here am i and he whom thou go Vest Worcester mass. July 3, 1841. I fire and casualty at Patterson Nightingale s extensive Cotton factory was Burnt on Friday morning. One of the immense rag boilers burst on saturday morning with a tremendous explosion. Carrying away the whole Side of the building. Several persons were badly Newark daily advertiser. A preacher in a funeral lady after humming up her cities added that she Alf her husband his hat we for it without muttering
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