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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 31, 1849, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania PUSHED WEEKLY, BY GILL, IN WELL; POETRY. A YE VBS Where are ilio birds that sang A hundred years ago7 Tlie (lowers tha nil in bcauly A bundred years ago The Ijps that smiled, I The eyes that wild j Id flashel shone eyea Where O wcro are lips and eyea rue maiden a smile lhe lover s Thai were, BO ogo H ho peopled all cpiy siroon I yenr. ago "Vio I lied church with faces lTl-r nilred I ears ogo V The sneering tale Ol sixer Irail. Tno ihat work d Another a Tcre 0 wl are plola and eneerf n poor min s hopes ihe rich man s That were ro long ogo ore he graves u here dead mei hundred years ago h 1 vinjr ofl times wept hundred years ago 11} other men, Ihey knew not then T cir lands are nlled. Their hornet aro filled Nolure llien wa8 j isl an guy a br Oht ilie cun shone as to day, A h hdred years ago mfiTiiiifv fili Snbbalh holy' To the ow ly arl Ihou a wrlcome diy Vt cr ihou earth and ocoan El QLB oril brightness reBi anJ moiion Help he poor rmn a heart lo [iroy lorest Bird i lai soarc-t 3 er ihe mule empurpled moor roatle s Bong lhat stream'iKc flowe nJ lliai o er deyv drop goeet Vclcome now the wum poor Liule river, 1 forever 1 oud gold br gl i w id thnnftfu' gfe ppj- woodbine gladly Heopn g. wnh n tj t, w I'd rose ce Mng )h hat hey wcra blessed as yo slept UIILY CIRCL D 3 U inter ing ll is season, winch many peop few charms each individual fol- end, or of produce eo then, with without mj the peace less pleasui their lamei by wlncli v ly and of heart Su gratificalio pure and p or to make ousoccupat Oh Gcxl ence, our h( enjoyments name. Th remembran from trimpl may bccom cise of our zens, vvhill eqHiring that wh ch may ultimately row and remorsi whajt society yoi u thijise amuseme aa your virtue 7 family, eslhat er not eVen th e a to render you them u may be lost to Be very careful mix, lavish not t you cannot those heed- iif neighbors, excite with sorrow, and he duties of socie- eter fim 1 access to your most innocent insensible to the rmanent pleasui es of Christianity, ou dissatisfied w th your more ten- ons. t in our irjterc'ou e of thy presen govern with tl y gracious mflu- atts, and grant, t lat amidst earthly we may never foiget thy most holy with men, the e may aetfure us tion, frclm day to day, we I.VDC8TBT AN M LENCE of the ph ledg-e and the siren, Jttoraltib, SVmnsaunttj 1BOROUGH, TIOGA COpNTY, PENNYLVANIA, AT TWO DQLLAHS A YEAE. WEDNESDAY JANUARY OF FCHALE EJCBL- clever female writer, 'sical training of girls, ob- Real culti ration of the intellect, ear- nest exercise of the. moral powers, the enlarge- ment of the mind, Hy the acquisition of know- thening of its capabilities for firmness, for enx urance of inevitable evils. and for energy ID ombalting such us may be overcome, are the ejuda which female education has to attain whilJ on the other hand, vvuik- ness, if met by indulgence will not only remain weakness, but become infirmity J_ _ _ mind over the body ly unhealthy and me of thousands of yot neglect of the dren busy It is a The power of immense. The physical- bidly-dehcute predicament ig females arises from the r addage, Keep your chil- more and more devoted to the exer- asCHrialiani, porents and citi- we shun those Reeling pleasures which so eafcily allure us from the path of recti- tude and dimmish our zeal fqr good works What mdu volous amus jments, whfen we possess within our- eelves, the pleasures works of IT ihe mind vi etnent can, we hae to seek for fri- ourcds of the mostj pure and refined of the great turc it all times it grand, and fills ith reverence for the Creator. In winter, as }i ell as in other sea ions, they shine forth equally manifiestl The starry heavens, the fields, as] far as the eye ci n reach, covered with snow, i ispire the njoblost i nd most sublime ideas, create and elevate In all G( d's works there is C feels foi his mind, hie wuh the hei of Love in c id is iLove, and h is happy who a constant succei sion of pleasure, nd dignify the soi though every ma understanding-, rt, 01; heari the t eation, who has that love witfcin him mai the n ost precious, lhe lie most sel ,3 inclination endeavors to find a o en'uen the long winter eveni round of n nn It is indeed truly lamenta r-anv people, 'by indulgence or fr co n riving to lose the days alres Tlie course of the dny is con which line rcl ponl vvitiiUie dignity of man, nor t soul Ijite in the morni and Ie lo !y loo monly either e des the. i trum Ins bed during- br akfas vlie amusements of the then tb o ir> species of id eness Uic hour of d nnnr, vvlncli arrived, h him elf up lo tfit of the tabVe with excrao he throws himself ipon coucN to recruit his powers. The Hour comes when he is to meet a numero is par sits duivn to pliv For the fin t lim see ij ,ursu iirt Ld imo hiB c JL uarv e Plevna ovit aba.iv a ice lhe sun beams irradiated the cast, pel rs lo possess sou I with cards in h rs ll) At length, this wren, req J ;ct m, or J s urr-jers m emous is .r T '3 J ie ap ham ts 'us cnrdsfor anollier debaudh, an gent table to bed, but sleopdoesno' rpover li 3 senses, and wrap hi forrrctfulness Pain and wa. chin jhtful dreams distil man m devising b h nflm Iqm tc is llie rarest most costly, In God's woi Ls, love is I ie ut lough powej- ,is Almost tic on! iin notices-iBut love is the heart, md happy is the iat blissful 1 J I nteet a n niling vhispers G >d ere Ifm thofie Meihioks it And 1 lo Hj j devon my In lonely and i If where A scrpeul q] furesi 3 dar keol sludowa lower, 1 Glory lo.t Did I not U His voice I 1 too c cajseJ mo heirees, ibe od re ech M ere I, in wil sees God with 'man sees him ne of the heart ot something of 'a works, heart be met with vereal element, element which he element that speaks tieart that hears nguage Hbnce t ie beauty of that led me, mr, ck and veriomous 1 sco, atal mistake to allow the mind to prey uponi itself and run [o The compiler of a I Present for an Apprentice' introduces an opinion! somewhat strongly, m ad- vising his young waHl, if he would avoid falling in love, to keep eniployed, for, he observes, 'nothing fosters loii so much as Now, without subscribing to the full extent of that opinion, as a rube it IE quite certdm that idle, sentimental young- men and women are ex- tremely aptilo fall in love, if their passionate attachments deserve the name and generally their attachments ajre of any character but that which bids fair for lasting happiness m domestic life Who are the'gills that forget themselves and form low, impropet alliances1 Not the indus- trious, the happily employed. No, as a class, they are the most delicate victims of laziness, and beggnrlyj proud, raise gentility. In a word, "the present day, as we >n of the intellect, to lhe lense and lhe affections." the grand _ mistake take it, is the cultivati exclusion of the moral THE I was on my way t P- in the fall of 31, 1S49. it seemed as if he heard the sound, and waited the came was Mill, he ought have considered
ilant mag me wh it meiciful dispensation ivide fier for the next bread she IB to iecd ot repeat, occur- .ies nor need it things, we n our c mental distress, Arising Buch causing depression o the forthe and want, lousness for one is to oa i_will act, in many a ,werful came of (he Cholera. in all the agon? he clock struck one. arcely died away, w er, and the raising o ng pilfered, was to tap. cautious. on part my clothes, teb to the movements Biipicious, siimd erinmcd to watch or seemingly mysterious or f the steps stopped at my and placd beside it a barrel of wine AuERt were sixty bat- tles fouult during the Revolutionary war, thirty- eight during the last war with Great Britain, and thirty-two in all during the war with Mexico. -1 IT a man -would register all his opinions upon love, politics, and- teligjon, learning, etc begin- ning fron[ hisjoulh, and so go on lo old age, what a bundle of inconsistencies would appear at last' GIVE a man the secure possession of a a forcible English writer and he will turn] it into a garden; give him a nine years' Lease of a garden, an3 he will conv ert it into a desert. THE most valuable part of every man's edu- cation is that which he receives from himself, especially when the active energy of his char- acter makes ample amends for the want of a more finished course of study. DCBINO the past twelve years of umntcrrupt- d peacej the national expenditure of Great Bntian his increased ten and a half million ater ng. The increase within three years only, classes of socictj to advance the active mdu try of the citizen an 1 looter commerce agricul- ture and manufactures Measures for tue TL duction ol the pub'ic debt, and thn consequent relief of tho paving- and burtliencd people- rhall at oK limes receive a most cordial An indebted nalion cannot command the fu 1 measure of ita independent, nor fecl the enure ble-sinn-s of its institutions Whatever may be ita desire to promote active objects of general benevolence, its rcsourcts refuse a compliance with its will, and national justice is thereby Ire quently delayed. With u deep conviction of the imuorlalnce of this subject, ard a settled confidence fflat UJL peuy.e measures having in view the of the debtof the State, it shall be a constant aim lo financps in a condition to discharge to maintain unsullied tlaken from Ireland in the last three months than lor three years previous- _ Silliman men- ions the fact, that in boring the Artesian wells n Paris, the temperature ofthe earth increased t the rate ot one degree for every fifty feet, awards the centre Reasoning from causes ;mown to says whole interior the earth, or, at least, a great part of is an ocean of melted rock, agitated by vio I ent winds, though I dare not affirm it, is still place our everv puJlic obi yal.oii 'honor of lhe C m onvvcalth and to pre- of Liberly the serve unspoiled motto, and Imleprndence Y The intensions of the peonlu areyure, and ire Directed to advance tne general nrospernv When ih( rcfo c ihey believe a ipjlilic tune-Uonary Ke s an anxious deyre m unison with tlcirovvn %r the public they willingly pariUn of jU sustain him m Ins publ c course lis- then folliowed o e as of applyirg the! ear to the heyhole.anda ow breath convinced me the villmg wak listen ng. I stood motionfess, he pistol firmly ed. Not Wuscle moved, not a nerve was slack ened, for ven had selected me is the instrument lo effect its purpose' I J The person taow p issed slowly on, and, 1 as cautiously appr'oached the door bed cham her. I I now msdmct, or rather by the con veyance of sound forts soon as I beard his band grasp the latch bfonddoor, mine seized on tli a deep silenct followed this movem ent rendered highly probable by the phenomena of about It is hoped w ch have been lended ln vyH shield the ad to commencp. las beet FBANC dladies rue gallantry, "that a drawmg-rooib without adies wia like the year without or _ was the first monarch who introduc- at his court. He said, in a style of ather, li liehed a of one of has been hifl years.' four millions volcanoes The facts connected with their erruplion have been ascertained and pi-iced be- yond a doubt How, then, are they lo be ac- counted for' The theory, prevalent some years since, that they are caused by the combustion of immense coal beds, is perfectly puerile, and is entirely abandoned All the coal in the word could not afford fuel enough for a smele capital exhibition of Vesuvius We look higher than this and I hive but little doubt that the whole rests on the action of electric and ganvamc principles, which are constantly in PASSION The New Haven Herald the following interpretations of this curi- j much admired flower, which will not be uninteresting to the devotees of Flora I from at least unmerited ceri'ure An" evil spirit I is at work us, asr.msl rna'ign influence all should be on the r gimr 1 It I nat Fpirt which creates ft wiong where none which m adi ance condemns the public serv ant, and labors to destroy confidence in the honestv of his de- unwilling to judgo of works, draws from its guilty imaginings the epectreB of a corrupt heart, and holds them up to public eize-, as sub tintial ruths It is the same Spirit which would a-ray in hostile position lhe classes mtr, which that would place capital and labor the rich and the poor at variance with each other It is the >ame spirit that animates the of the Catahnes ot In Europe there arc noblemen and peasants, political and social distinctions, created andeug- sanctioned by prescription In ra spring without flowers.'1 tamed by law, and sanctioned by Pr country are eo.ua! plion and no Innaameiiiui principle of our resemble the spear that pierced distinctly cani have law, ana the rich man of our Saviour's side i the tendrils, the cords that IT is li ard, even for the practiced philosopher, o distint nish aristocratic graces of manner, and capacities of delicate feeling, m people whose very heai th and dress bear witness to lhe ser- vile hum iltty of their station. CIIISE re Chinese Mail, pub- Hong Kong, says grandson the large defaulters to lhe government, sent to prison to expiate the guilt of graidsire, who. has been dead many bounds his hands, or the wnSps that scourged him; the ten petals, the hav- ing betrayed, and Peter deserted the pillars m the centre, the cross or tree the stamina, the hammer, the styles, the -nails, the inner encle around the centre pillar, tho crown of thorns, the radiance, the glory, the wbite, lhe flower, the emblem of punty and the blue, the type of heaven. On one specie., the flower continues three days open, and then disappears. thus denot ing but all yeSreofato TfVmorrow Where property .s not secured by Ugal to classes and wealth ia unguarded by norral privileges an enlightened self-inte- ,11 teach the rich to bold in reverence the riehta of the poor, for their condition may be changed in either themselves or their offspring. Tne rich and the poor are equally dependent on each other. the comfort, and of rest-w them and the interests -thc capital of the rich is valne- the awistance of the capital of good things great. labor.
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