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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 14, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIs Jow offers facilities to a Square of str Jive forty five dealt. Target term tire r. Tote Price for it. 1 n to a lids Icsia Adt Triu Verm Fuge. Tos or titles oseted to Mentler cite or if Buji anted to untimely a Vetrile Reaita add iting the or wench of in Moog we Civ i opon a turned uppers picking of i on of heart ble and eness Eolar Gad 09, or printed Ana vol. . 4. have Rice Iff de a copy of a piece of music published to Alwell new York entitled Neal the win lows published a Well 1 y Signor at and dedicated to Lisajane Patter son of York. The words Are try t Homes f. Adans of this City and will be found below. The composer has devoted re such skill and la Leto the piece and produced a Melody which will no Douht become it heard Ilia ii pin of Ballad singers mrs. Warton and found it very spirited Beautiful and pm Trier. To eat the Willow Well meet. Where the Mossy Rose is flinging fragrance to the passing Breeze a and the am Fons Woodbine clinging round the Oak in perfume d Wremith so where the Birds Are gently singing nature s music soft Ami the Graceful Willow s swinging Neath ils Shade love we will neet where the Crystal Stream is Rushi in like a sea of liquid Pearl. As from Limpid fountains gushing on it leaps with eddying whirl when the evening Sun s returning Rob d in purple to his seat then my nature s charms admiring Neath the Willow lore Well meet. We Drother gently i pro orb the Grove soft and lie a there the songs of love undying with my Lute i la sing to thee the vows of lore we be plighted Oft in accents pure and Sweet f there with thoughts of Bliss delighted Neath the Willow love Well meet. From the lady s world of fashion far sept the bridal Eye. By Habbiet Bowles. Cba1tib i. What a magnificent nuptial pres exclaimed mrs. Benton to her daughter As on entering the chamber of the Laller at Saratoga they discovered a costly Diamond necklace with a perfumed note accompanying it. Or. Wallingford is indeed All that ii Gen Erous and the daughter s Cheek became tinged with Crimson though a smile Rose on her lip she Conley placed her Lover s costly gift. At that moment her near was torn by contending emotions but she knew that she could find no in her distress from her Parent. Mrs. Benton was a widow with no child but her Beautiful laugh or. As Ping vain and mercenary red that Isabel should make a match and for this purpose the mob or brought her Daughley id he Oon Ren t the sea de among others the millionaire of in e year a her loveliness dered miss Beeton the Belle c Ion. Her charms had conquer Middle aged retired Merchan obedience to her Molher sex was on the ending d Cornu the Bride of or. Bui libel Hough feeling her duty 10 obey her Parent Cit com a to be Ford. It Toi be not to this doom without Many and it muggles. A year before met and loved a Young Pointer when on a visit to a Friend in the court met for still Ell that thy or. Ive h m a towed he Resol Brilliant Day a her try and though they had no Many months his memory fresh in her heart and she though she might wed the Wea Wall Milotay he never Rte affection she had already on the poor artist. As pointed for her Union approx feelings became More and Mote acute until now she could have flu n 15 h arise if her Mother s feet and begged to be released from her engagement Only hat she knew her Parent would prove inexorable. Thought Isabella her Mother Eft the apartment there is no escape forme from this and yet or. Wallingford that a to Jii and ii cannot him. Of Shef exclaim Jed apostrophe izing her absent Lover that you were Here. But what do i say for months he has not to me and alas i Cai from myself that i am f Golten. It is sinful in me thus to pne Thohas deserted me. Moments when we think of a that he could forget those Dor dear walked tog the old then Jefe while the hammered Down through thu our hearts beat in a Nim not con Therun Moon leaves with the is wednesday by j. P. Afoo a year payable Liaf yearly in Advance or so to not paid within the year. Wellsborough wednesday september 14, 1842. Whole no. 211 is that Ever you should for gel Thot e hours. Nor have i forgotten them dear exclaimed a voice beside her it thrilled every nerve with ecstacy ing around she perceived her to had entered the Little parlor Ved. Not describe the thousand at were said at this t to Day were like All Lov ers or test aliens. But he explanation of Lenry readers be Daiil before our in a More succinct and less Bro Cen manner than he gave it. However even As told by him slant for will we attempt to describe their feelings when they found Fiat they were father and son. Their Cla Maliotis of astonishment awoke Isa Bel who fainted while at the same in Molher appeared on the scene. The insensible girl was borne from the room and then the Young Man fling ing himself at his Taihei Leel exclaimed my father my father i am inno cent Pardon Rise sir his Lale self a i cording Success bade i had sur Parent Cei Ved i o answer. And again he had Fri Len but always with the like until at length his Pride for to write again. Bui his love Ever to that to with h Cha Ptah ii. It Ojni Between the hours of two and three c Isabel stole ii a Solhei ment c the p it one was no this Par which clock on the same night that vrho could not think of sleeping t3 the Little private parlor that ining to the chamber of her and not far from the apart occupied by or. Litin of this which a Only possible but easy for in or there was a window out of could with ease step into the Garden and at the end of that Gar one of leading Street of the Dan Tovin. Isab there the h to her As if n on to first is Vous i Trembl to the her to curved Fec lion ton Wai Long w at Lerg was seated at a table on which s a Small lamp a tiny watch i is of that Liny watch seemed be almost fixed or to move Ling could induce them o go e hour of appointment. At Al awaited the hour of Rendez Hout hesitation and without Rig but when it was approaching Spur for the Given signal with or her duty to her Parent re her and she hesitated. Of r her Molher for mrs. Ben still her Mother struggled the her Promise to her Lover. And con relent. Ace at Evcic her Lea Emulio i indulge wept grief the break chances a Down of mrs Abelaf p la. A but Fin asleep his by in the led by read a it by co Mothe never Why u becom Shori. He had written a to Promise to Isabel but re ived notwithstanding the a of Isabel Ami having incidentally heard that was at the Spring he had resolved to see her and Lej i the worst. The it was your Mother that intercept 1 your said Henry when Isabel had in turn rated her Story ind this Isabel can you sacrifice your velt what need to Tell the result love Rumphs and it t night Isabel Lover. Was arranged should Elope parlor rendered nocturnal flight n harsh Cost y Henry Promise will threw myself at my Mother s Leel i u a tear. I will write a note Lor Elvinp him i cannot keep my Jilji Hefti and to Morrow i Ess All. She will she must Rel ugly she took up n pen and role a few lines to her Lover word blot big Thi paper with said i cannot Fly. Ugh you any my Mother he i cannot at exhausted by her she legit ij4ck on the sofa to u a fit of i whig she finally Tutie attained the and like a child worn out by conk insensibly to sleep. A Vii Wai Iii a beginning to when or. Wallingford who to be an Early Riser passing corridor perceived the door Benion s parlor ajar Wanh is gently unconscious on the so red at the sight he entered in that Benton Only he woul l h-4ve Ivas attracted by his own name finished no Leon the table and n ungovernable curiosity he the will of my unhappy Desti named with the desire of my. I must never see you More listen to you r the word to Morrow i he wife of or. Wallingford from my is a Sacri t i Appeal o your Honor to fice i make a 10 can this gentleman be who mysterious Lover of whom i have weird i fondly dream Al that Yoti loved me but i is Thia never Edisa see ao4r a that i have been deceived and that Mother is perhaps forcing you in d a onion you a i ids were Cut Short by a foot fall. It tvs Henry leaping into the 4 Wallingford looked around. T gazed at each other an in or. Wallingford i am no longer your father. I am your accuser and your judge. Why have you come to Saratoga in was absolutely necessary for me to do so. Honor compelled me to come and see Ope very dear to very Well but then you choose to pay your visits to this very dear per son at moments that Are very equiv free o clock in the morning for father since Yon know All Why do you thus question me Why thus interrogate i it is my desire to know the most minute details of your love for miss Isabel and because she ought to be my wife and not sir you must know that it is about six months ago in a stroll through the Susquehanna or i went 99 an artist and under an assumed name 1 met this Young Why Tell the result we loved. I did not reveal my name for i wished to be loved for myself and not As the son of the Rich or. Wallingford. She promised to be mine Ere parting and we were to write to each other. But our letters were intercepted and deem ing she Rud proved false to me i Resol when Here that she was to be he did not say to agony drove me hither to Isabel reproach her for her perfidy and bid her an eternal Farewell. Of my i known All i would have suffered anything rather than have come hither said the father wiping away a tear you have the love of one like me cannot be such As that which a Young Man feels. The sacrifice will be less to me than you. Take her and god bless you.5 the son fell on his father s shoulder and weeping would have refused the Boon but or. A Longford was inexorable nor would he suffer the ceremony to be delayed More Tjian a ample settlement he made on his son fully reconciled mrs., Benton to the match. Ved to forge her until last week hearing incidentally from a Friend the pudding Friend of ours tells 3 Story of a Yankee Cap Tain and his male something after this fashion whenever there wat Plum put Ding Marie be the Captain s All the plums were put into one Pih of it am that end placed next to the Captain who after helping himself Pas edit in the male who never found Luwi in his pact of it. Will this game has been fur some time the mate prevailed on the to place the1 end which had no i ims in in a Pitt to the Captain. The c Uptain no sooner Paw the pud line ban to discovered he he had the wrong end of it. Picking up the dish and turning it in his hands As if merely examining the China he said this dish Cost me two shillings in putting it Down again As though without design with the Plum end next to himself. Is it said the mate taking up the should it suppose it was Worth More than a a if in perfect innocence he put Down the dish with the Plum end next to himself. The Captain looked at the mate looked at the Captain. The Cap Tain male laughed. I Tell what Young said the Captain you be found me out Well just the pudding Lengthwise this time Fra have the plums fairly distributed Tbs Book of a a great work. Every year is a Ery month a week a Page every Day a paragraph. Study it Well. What part of the Chicken do Yon prefer v inquired gentleman of a Udy Uble. A por Tion of Fountain of inf Tito we do from the St. Louis Organ. Woman. What lawyer Gnu with a moderate Fortune one of course whom you can love i advise you to do it. Do not be too extravagant in your calculations for you May get a full. If you marry a wealthy foolish girl or one that is poor and proud you May As Well go to the at once with Oil your sins up on your head for you inevitably go there in the end. Your make Money and save it. That s the idea. Gold is the go4 of the of world. It Vul h give respectability buy friends Aye and a wife too. This is a melancholy picture of society in Republican America but it is nevertheless True. Money will accomplish what Worth and Merit never can Idle it fays mrs. A painful spectacle in families where he i the Drudge to see the elegant a tested redlining at their a huh then music their fancy work and their read ing beguiling them selves of Llie elapse of Houis Days and weeks and never dreaming of their responsibilities buc As a Nee Essary consequence of the neg Lect of duly growing weary of their useless lives Lay ing hold of every newly invented stimulant to Rouse their drooping energies and blaming their Fate when they dare not blame their god for having placed them where they Are. F individuals will often Tell you Avith an air of affected compassion who can believe it real poor dear Mamma is working herself to death yet no sooner do you propose that they should assist her than they de Clare she is quite in her own element Short that she would never be Happy if she had Only half As much to on of the popular legends of the Welch mar Ches 13 that of Morgan Jones and the mor Gan tells his own Story in his own Way will then says he you must know that i had not seen Hii Honor for a Long time Anil it was about two months from this that i went one even ing along the Brook a Cooling wild fowl and As i Ives Gurnig whistling along whom should i spy coming up but the huh self but you must know he was dressed mighty Fine like any grand gentleman though i knew the old one weft by the bit of his Tail which Hung out at the Bottom of his browsers. Well he came up and says he mor Gan How Are be 1" and says i touching my hat pretty Well your Honor i thank and then says he Morgan what Are be looking s Ter and. Nhut s thing be re carrying with and says i i m Only walking out by the Brook this Fine etching and carrying my backs pipe with me to Well you All know the old Fel Low 10 mighty food of the Braccy so says he mor Gan let Shavo a smoke and i la thank and says i you re mighty so i him tin gun and he put the muzzle in his Mouth to smoke and i i have you now old Cau a you i wanted to quarrel with him so i pulled the trigger and off went inn in Las Mouth. Puff says he when he pulled tout of his Mouth and he stopped a minute to think about it Ami says he curs d Strong Braccy mor Gan then he gave me the gun and locked huffed and walked off and sure enough five never seen him since. And that s the Way i got shut of too old be Ittleman my How to boil Irish and in different potatoes depend very much upon the Man Ner m which they Are prepared for the table. Some Cooks always1 have heavy hard watery potatoes while others for the most part have them dry mealy and excellent. This difference depends generally upon the difference in first puts the potatoes into cold water warm them through by a slow fire and cools Triem As while the other puts them in boiling water gain the fire till they Are just done takes them out immediately throws a wet round them gently squeeze each with. The band till it cracks open for the particles of water to escape in the form of steam then peals them and they Are exactly right. By Thia plan almost any potato will do agriculturist. The words of louts Xiv of Fra Recti showed a great and Noble mind who being advised to punish those who had wronged him before he was is not ring of France to avenge injuries done Duke of Orleans. Emulation is a Noble passion As it strikes to Excel by raising itself and not by Depre Wing another
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