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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 24, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFew ironed by Divorl Iford produced by ird Enine Theva Vej circulates with Tel still increased by i r parti Olea which c is to Bat inexperienced Throat ind accompanied in i i Dit prostration of All i Well As the Tody. I r fever or any re dose of bran Frej a and continue to m on the bowels until i ceased. Six Oreil ifs Ciesil As 3 first a id it in not Fra probably a Conesa perhaps Deal Rath s vegetable 01 a Peculiar action clean Grilies removes m and finally it Stern i health and vigor. County. Royal College of Sonand Edin Imrem Sod medical College Itoro Faworyk Ems tied. Dolor a consultations on. Lion Street where 6f All affection of i yield to his Model t when the 4 Rete per j at adut Aomie the work Post paid. And it j96 an v and for every1 sub a cents. Notices hot cents.-. One or three discount to Yearl whole Job. 3ti. Sept. 24, 1845. The two Maidens. With she and air file opening Blossom i Gem. Were twined army her hair. Littered on her bosom c ii summer by with stars be Girt jewelled Robe round her and Dirling As the noon tide Light the Radiant Xone that bound her Prid. And Joy were in her Eye Jas mortals bowed As she passed by. Another Carne o or her mild face Tensive Shade was Healing no grief of Earth we Trace Bat that deep holy feeling heart Shoum Ever tray Moat. Now when All were seated a deep and a holy quiet seemed to pervade the whole congregation it was the interval of repose which usually taken place before the commencement of the which appears of peculiarly fitted for the laying aside i of every worldly care the stilling of each Healing heart should be employed i by All to the utmost of their ability in endeavouring to prepare in every breast a resting place for the heavenly Dove which seems brooding among them. At length the second Sabbath Bell pealed 1 Forth us glad summons and immediately of Tor the preacher entered and proceeding up the aisle with measured Graceful tread ascended the pulpit. He was Young with a i tall elastic form dark intelligent eyes and a High Pale Foro Beed shadowed by a mass of so Surprise cognized by a unanimous cry of delighted and profitably employed Ever my dear Young i with a smile of animated pleasure said he As he in about a desired end. Yet a this they were not it is a common plea that the object in View justifies the Means and if that tired. Object is the advancement of their own Inte to to inquire whose pro we can do but Little sir said Mies Susan As she eagerly offered him a chair but thai Little is done very cheerfully. Have however just been telling dear Alice that she has exerted herself almost too Mojich to Day she looks i Trust you Are not weary miss Alice is Able arc Ness but addressing her to whom his attention was thus called the first consideration should be our 1 should be very sorry to fair charge injure them o o rests Bow few pause Progress in the cause of christianity May be retarded by the course they pursue Sorley was simple and unsophisticated wholly unlearned in the arts of the people of the world and when he came length the wished for period Arri Ved when the expecting congregation were to Hail the return of their beloved pastor and we will not enumerate the Many Youthful hearts which flattered at the Plessing Antici pation nor say How often the dial plates of or the clocks in that neighbourhood were consume d on the memorable afternoon among the Ting imbed themselves in the Terest to the Public celebrated than frers Motte Caro Lina. The fiction by which she sacrificed_bcr7 own property to the demands of was so Graceful Wjk generous has occasioae.1 her Jura us to be a. St All the histories of the Lime took place in the Green and the Active partner Marion and were disputing cornwall., and pc siege of fort took place. 3 general i of Well doing iss said or. Sorley with consider added still voted conscious., hence to the manse of his master after r some he but True to its time things arrived in or. Sorley really had arrived and to the utter horror and consternation of half the pop of situated on a High commanding Hill some bid been made convoys from Charleston to and see any one of my fwd the pure font of Bliss away. I tool her brow a Snow drop fair to Glossy tresses Cluster Pearl nor ornament was there save Tho Meek spirit s Lustre and Faith and Hope beamed from her Eye ind As she passed by. Home where or the heart is. Tis Home where or is j a Shete or us loved ones dwell. In cities or in cottages to toned a Only of Mossy Dell the heart s a Rover Ever and thus on wave and Ito Maiden with her Lover walks the Mother with her a Tull tis Briehl where or the heart us fairy spells can bring fresh fountains to the wilderness and to the desert Spring. Ellen. Black hair his voice was deep and so morons and his gestures rapid but Graceful i and when he commenced his address every Lovely Eye seemed Bent upon him with thrill ing and expectant interest. Or Liston too had wrought himself into a perfect fit of in he listened in vain for the strains of impassioned eloquence which he expected would Greet his ear. The Young minister appeared to feel himself a watchman upon the Tower of Zion and he spoke Well very told his people of their duties to god an.1 his pleasure at the attention Given to religious subjects among them exhorted those who had recently joined themselves to the people of the Tord to fight the Good hold fast to the Faith i Andi gliding rapidly Over the conclusion missed them with a fervent but common place selves even by their Devotion to the into rests of the it would be very difficult for us come weary in Well doing my dear sir turned miss Davenport smiling to our pastor for an to be re if we look example the exertions be make s for the spiritual Benefit of All Are no orious an j my flock won be to press Forward As their Shepherd leads you overrate my endeavours Madam he. Striving to speak with composure it colouring with embarrassment at this Flat not at All not at All cried All the Young ladies in one breath. I we never continued the Mother what it was to enjoy religious privileges till you came among us look at the flours a ing state of All our the num they motives was fast departing. He Felt More satisfaction at Bis doings Aud his thong its More frequently reverted to him self than was wont yet could assign no cause for the apparent was impossible that it could be flattery for the praises to which he hourly listened were but prompt mrs of unfeigned love and Alt hot sometimes embarrassed him their were so pure that he could not censure. A had he possessed the fabled Mirror with what horror and affright would he have shrunk from that hideous sight a naked human Mamma cried Allen As she one Sabbath and and. Mamma did not mr1. Look to Day i three unmarried daughters had recently connected themselves with the Church and who had hastened Forward the first to Welcome the Surprise and agony of the moment raised her band in the face of the started Back in pitiable astonishment As he and ninety six. U by a deep Trench which Wavd Efen y a keep Strong and lofty parapet erect of along its Captain map Farson command r which usually consisted of Hundred and fifty but which i now increased by the accidental arrival inner margin. De the Garrison about one was introduced her news had spread like and before one half wild fire Over the in a detachment of dragoons its de came in from Church Vance to the Mirror j prayer. For their temporal and Wel Sorley continued she taking off her Bonnet and arranging her shining curls i really have a serious notion of joining the Church. Now mrs. Allen herself bad been Lorse veral years a member in very Good standing r she went regularly to meeting and she i very wealthy and at the head of the town contributed liberally to every charitable sub there Are Green _. I i. _ Isles in each Ocean. O or which i affection glides and a heaven on each Shore when love is the Star that guides. Tis free where or the heart a nor Chain nor Dungeon dim May chock the find s Asp wigs the Spiru s pealing hymn the Lile is Beauty us glory and its Power tis sunlight to its rippling Stream a and soil Dew to its Flower. The it Liston s feeling at this moment a i one of extreme had listened but in vain for anything new or inspiring anything could entitle the speaker to High character for he appeared but he consoled himself inome the idea that this perhaps inferior to the generality. The said he mentally has we a. Come Oft from the world an no body the lord look censure anything in her to sustain. Proclaimed themselves for the situation of things now and what they months since and you must a dear sir we do not overrate were six knowledge my mrs. Doubt disadvantages. I preacher of who shall have him b1 mrs. 3aeah h. Hates. The doings of the said Deacon in Ruby As be waited to Church one Sabbath morning with a newly arrived resident of their flourishing Little town verily the doings of the lord Are marvellous in our twelve months since i should not Young Man less spoken under some will not judge him but he was soon obliged to change his opinion by the audible in conium irom Many fair reached his wondering ears As he threaded the aisle. Beautiful glorious. Were echoed on All sides and the old Deacon s wife s Hearty he out did himself to Day induced Yankee or. Liston to shrewdly suspect the amiable divine owed his popular Ity to something else than his preaching. Mrs. Davenport was a Wicio lady in rather slender circumstances six mama Eble daughters a Small owe in the outskirts of the Village of n. No with standing her had always managed to keep up five of Here aug ters it was your Yoh should give the glory to god returned or. Sorley in a tone of slight displeasure not to one unworthy As myself. I am far from taking the cred of anything that has been i know that Paul May Plant and apollos water but god alone can give the increase i Admire replied the lady but instantly perceiving that enough had been upon the subject at present she skilfully shifted her ground and mentioned a Case of distress which had lately come under their notice and in which her daughters left great 1 employed indolence and As the Sabbath question was excessively hot and she was her easy chair busily engaged in fanning her self she must be excused for merely g a her daughter s remark and replying i Hope you will join some Day my dear but 1 Trust from a better motive a better motive 1" echoed Cornelia who As she was the prettiest girl in n and an Only and spoiled child to consider everything she undertook i could not possibly have a half the girls have joined count and Pray Mamma As the Church do not let me Bear any said mrs. Lage and gathering in its Onward course clamor and dismay Many Howe affected to disbelieve it they could not i it what would thus utterly and at every Hope demolish every air built Castle and leave them tormented by the conflicting emotions of anger and disappointment but on the following Day was Sabbath the audience be bad crpwde4 the Church to overflowing Many of them Foi the purpose of Gratifying their curiosity found the report confirmed by proof As Strong us holy their preacher alas no longer unmarried entered with a Young and elegant Ferriae leaning upon his with All a husband s Pride escorted the timid stranger to a fore proceeding to occupy his own elevated station. That Day or. Sorley really did out do himself. What it was that inspired him we know not whether he Felt with Peculiar forces on an this Way to Carden with despatches for lord Fca Dan had entered the fort a few hours fore the appearance of the american ind Lee to besiege it. Other opposite to the North Side of Tho new mansion stood. An old farm House m which mrs. Motte had formerly resided and to which she had been dismissed by capt. Mcpherson. Upon this height Lee stationed with Bis corps Whit Marion occupied a position on the Eastern Declivity of the Ridge on which the fort stood. A six Pounder despatched by Green to the Aid of Marion was mounted on a Battery by that officer far the purpose of raking the North Side enemy s parapet which tee was attack. By 10th of May the were in 4 state of forwardness that Terin ined to summon the commandant. On or the same Day Rawdon bad evacuated Caffi Leo and proceeded to Neurn s ferry for the Pur we f Force the awful responsibility attached to Bis High calling that he had hitherto been remiss in not exerting to their utmost his slumbering Powers we can not but As it was he poured Forth from a lip where thunders seemed to Lime and Beautiful truths in words of thrill ing burning eloquence. Yet the look of kid 4ing interest had always been his pleasure to note in the countenance of the be very a male portion of his audience was this a member of pose Santee and Forte Motte. Green of the other hand advanced Congaree to cover the besiegers. Tinder these circumstances Mcpherson though de Struile of that he show fld con Tribue to the last moment to his Power. In. The evening a courier from Greene informing Marion of movements and urging upon him doubled activity. ,0n the nth the reached the country opposite Forte hottest night encamped on the r supposed had been hopefully k. Twelve months since i Snow supp preacher or. Sor hesitated to denominate that Man a mad converted unde the new Prea said she As a Wood Cutter who was to some time since Aslo have one of broken by the falling of a trea extremely helpless and Bey Are among others a wretch Allen fanning herself More violently. Return hear with a larg e family i 2 Trtat of whom Hae been a . We have done All we c making a . And As they were Irit is visible favourites among we will now take a Peep into sunk in the in the of iniquity to god the moving of Imong these dry Bonearl i am pleased to hear so Pott of your said or. I the father of a growing family 1 that my children can enjoy to assist them by recover but 1 think the old Man will fear although living i am serious i declare a am de the Young Beauty laughing "1 Here is a company of several Fine officers about taking Possession o the old this report is Correct Well and Good i shall remain As i am but if it should prove the listlessness and inattention so apparent surprised and grieved him and on re currying to the fact in the Solitude of his own Ciao Ber he failed not to attribute it to the novel presence of the Gay company of Young officers and soldiers who graced Many of the pews for the military bad really arrived during his absence taking Possession of the old fort in the and in time to prevent tic becoming serious of Cornelia Allen who had a. ground ,0 route that i. might convey to the be 8ieged the certainty of Bis approach. The Large mansion in the Centre of the Trench left but a Small part of the ground within the works uncovered burning the Bouse there them to surrender. The been escorted founded you May depend upon my becoming said Little favourable a re parlor on a warm july afternoon some weeks after the commencement of our Story. Mrs was seated at a table in the engaged in cutting under the very sound of the gospel his is in worse than Heathen u will afford me great pleasure or Sorley whose sympathies were strongly awakened to Call and Converse with him and i certainly feel that i have been greatly deficient in this respect. It is the impera Tive duty of a pastor to make extensive in Sto state of the afflicted in his immediate Vicinity and this i have to serious i will not be the Only Black sheep the flock and Yon i will yet off the Palm win the heart of or. To Church by the handsome As it chanced to be the said mrs. Allen now serious displeased or. Sorley is an entire Star f were ignorant of Bis exist fore must Force preparations of bows and arrows with combustible matter was immediately com a fenced. Lieutenant colonel Lee and every officer of his corps experiencing he cheering and Gratifying proofs of the hospitality of the of the Man bion deemed to be thus destroyed whilst hey Porte Ness her Teri dearness and Active Benevolence extended to the lowest in the the destruction of private property was at All times distressing to the two Gallant and f gave a a new Edge to the bitterness of the were Ever ready to sacrifice their Ger to Yon we ence until his arrival among resided at a distance he May be engaged do not be so and he has for Young very Day of the first appearance of the minis Ter s Bride we will not say with How much ill concealed exultation she looked around in the disappointed faces of her numerous acquaintances. I -.1 have just been thinking my love said. _ or. Sorley to his gentle wife some months u their and Lee offered e8pectfui to the irn. Jut in a d ii they were seated alone in their quiet parlor to have just been thinking of Recti her destined loss. When the Toton Nince j r Ilia you know privilege of Centre of the room busily engage a d their Fonow out some coarse m. But it appears your Community has not by upon some subject alway borne this character to what do you the great and Happy change that has taken foreign to her Dies were engaged in some work of Charity or self denial with the exception Laid mrs. Her husband could open his lips to the pre once of a Man who is in deed and truth chistian. Our old Parson or. Black had entirely worn out among us. I really think the Man was of. Experimental Reli lion his old fashioned Noth dear sir e said Susan earnestly and have been so fully occupied that we Are to fear your labors Are too much said at present appear. T do Stop talking one moment the elder miss Susan i wish to speak about something important and that is just i finish this jacket the idiot May do without clothes for me and i verily be r me to by any longer beginning for you. Learn the situation neighbourhood and i it is impossible you could so Early Mamma have breathe such a cried running her and assuming to f of so much alarm and affright that participating in her mirth Allen or i Tho mercy do not Cornea inter at the time an at was o and to get up and leave the the wonderful change which has taken place in this Village since the arrival of the military before they came among us you can scarcely conceive the attention paid to religious subjects. So great a Blessing seemed to follow my labors so crowded were our now empty pews and so highly complimented was i on my poor endeavours that i feel. It was Well for Cornelia Allen of All the poor in beg you will not his helpless wife and family lit removal from our Parish a Blessing and who is the Brainard or Swartz Yon us among you now said or. Listen in a Focient matter tone of i prise. I was totally unacquainted with his. High he is a Young said the Beacon hos been with us but a few win that Sboril space of time you can form no Conception of the Awakening on the. Subject of religion. Girls who before thought of nothing but Bow to laugh talk or sing to be earnestly inquiring the Way of Sal bored the idea and women who have hitherto occupied their precious time in a round of Giddy Lor inc More attentive to Alice than to any one of Well said the old lady Earnest and with Surprise would it not be a inf the re but made no reply be imagined he despised Bat the draughts daily and hourly prese proach yourself on this account. At this rhapsody or. Sorley , Ana that she bad not earlier resolved to play Fot ended measure was imparted to Ber the complacent smile which settled on her features of the hypocrite for on the next Sabbath or Sor if we could even succeed in get fag him for your sister now Alice was next to the youngest and by far the prettiest of the whole family. She was a regular attendant at professed to have experienced a change of girls v. There was so Many candidates i Ter s t toot the doctrines of Grace As to sight in the gospel. Oar Dorcas society and Bible association have i Blush having origin in loth been revived the flourishing state of de to her very temples had urn Bible class and Sabbath school exceeds our aside before the Young lady who was and Praise be Tjon Edat Baton s f thought for he Odiott sanguine expectations to god i have no complaint to make of the there religion in our highly favored and is crossing the to this panegyric or. Liston made no re fore As sure As the world. Ply but walked on with heightened inter now m v .1 and curiosity to the Small neat country rooted to the door to admit him be very it was than half filled much engaged at your work and is group group can not m have him Why de with wonder after a glowing a it your sister Alice off to the Best possible i option of their Zeal in the Good cause we May with admiration on the Many agreeably to this command the., head count and Lovely females which tiled the Eich Yoong immediately r he noticed Trio that the countenance he. Work upon Lap and mr.r8orley was in of each were of Placid the very midst of them so a teaming the Sanctuary of then aware of his approach Vurnen be Wai re filed for him to Drain were so Large that it was impossible for him to avoid Swallow no a Small portion and it had its effect he Learned to listen with composure to what had at first shocked Bis pure pious and Bumble mind and when after a length ened visit he Rose to depart to was with a cosh Lerable More elevated opinion of Ortance and in company with Alice who volunteered i. Direct him he set out to the Wood Cutter s Hovel. I think i managed to said mrs. Davenport As a their retreating figures. He listens Gold Deal More complacently Ito his own praises than he did when he first came to n but i can Tell you it requires some last t6 flatter a Man of discernment and this 1 must say i think we All possess in an emment Alice Only plays her card says miss Tizzy who being extremely homely and moreover next in age to miss Susan had pro Benela p ays really think she May yet be re. For Tell the truth she is handsome and he More pleased with her than with any of and thus hours would this to i Mother and daughters continue to speculate and form plans for the for their v new were wholly selfish j and. Although they could Converse fluently upon religious subjects hem Ito Ether destitute of vital piety thai whole aim appeared to be to do their aim before men and by Thwe and other Jean up Ley acquainted his congregation that for two blowing sabbaths they to no preaching. This notice As it was entirely petted of course occasioned some sur and Many of his new and zealous Mem and with the psalmist had Well nigh slipped i May say my feet now our Young peo r r of her the Bow and i unix los Felt that it would be Al nos impossible spare him even this length of but As be appeared anxious to re visit his native p Ace and As no reasonable excuse for deny p his request Coull be alleged he prepared h nest professions pie appear to have put everything serious far from them. The think of nothing but and amusement. I must confess i did Hope belief things of them particularly the miss Davenport they engaged with so much Fer Vor in every Good o what a fall ing off is we nothing my beloved but pity and Pray the Young wife raising her dewy eyes to the face of her Hus band with an expression of so much tender m i ____.1 1. Ing for his departure amid the Ore Gard and accompanied by the kinds wishes of his numerous . And we z not say How Many fair and tearful eyes itched As it lessened in the distance the Loach that contained its cherished form and How slowly rolled around those three weary weeks and How often did Many a being famed Tor gentleness feel disposed to chide the lag Ness that although he bad childhood he Felt he had until loved her from that moment never fully appreciated the Christian Sweet Ness of her disposition. She added no More for she was aware of the extent of female in fluence and would not pain him by a sure of the discovery which woman s Penetra Tion enabled her to make but from which she knew the mind of her husband would inst me Lively recoil Viz that be owed his popular mrs lols.11 equally insincere and hypocritical Lobrin lev bjur to whom this preached the words of truth and Sobo Raess cried Cornelia Allen to p e an bul to the simple fact of his died at once dispelled the agitated officer while she declared that she j8yfully gave her House to the Good country and should be delighted to flames. Shortly after seeing the arrows which had been prepared she sent for col Lee an of putting into i. Hand a splendid Bow and its apparatus which bad been presented to her husband by a Friend from begging his substitution of them As probably better adapter d to the purpose than those provided. Delighted with this oppor tune present and quickly prepared to we Tho scene. The All manned the Foree at the Battery doubled and Bent with a last summons to Mcpherson patiently explanation but remained inflexibly fixed in termination of holding out to the last. It was now mid Day on the he scorch ing Bun had prepared the shingles for the Eon Flag Tion. Irwin ret red three Arf rows were successively fired at different Parta of the roof the first and third kindled into a Blaze Mepherson ordered party to the loft of the Honee and Stop the conflagration by know hide of the shingles but capt. Completely raked the Toft. The soldiers were driven Down and Brave briton Bung out the White bag Aad sur rendered the conquerer. Aft Henet a address to his wife "1 mis. Thy kind approving thy Meek attentive ear _ for i Ulhand your quarters were a favor the resort of our Young minister at mis. Davenport did her utmost without succeeding i w a Sim Blush and heartily despising the. An fowls have adj leis where smoking fail Msj the. Unali acted polite patriotic lady Viool Hirjig them Gre the had engendered memory of that Gal the recon Clion or the hit Aries per and affected to ridicule i Idera my nearly destroy Ojibe p s you not see then were i was is to told not t driving away they seamed in Tafee so Triick pleasure in . for fam a ruined Post und the eap Storb having Divide Clotheir nothing sets so wide a Mark oel Weiji the against fort Granby r Rawdon effected the of to Earth will fondly cling and build beit that false and fee vulgar and the Noble and reverential love of womanhood. A who is always Neeri Jiff at woman g ally coarse profligate or come bigot matter which. V and Marion to Reorg blown. Flow very christians Tare news Fafri
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