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   Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 16, 1852, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               nn usioriinent O lOltOli tu Il.e Power of Kindness. rliii, m'uidiuj whom uebhall call Bui- crowed gruined and imotii rps lo It r> r P r nn I i. m INj- lit. 1 rnpr. V'' name ofif- Alirki "C pr s ninv d 11 "o at the t 5 'or, the h i U1' I the q, itk child' ihcchi'd' the child'' vjcikm- fP not a jMir old u m would DGSin lo crow entered the nursery, I w.b .7 a8 my when, for the nrot time, he pronounc, d my name !-aid he DjmeJ' HIM ,n almost dev, bun wnh Mytluruf.r this wond.rful triumph of ,he vo and when lud bniahed, I, in anund my own bf art tiring id n ,vv i In t I t in H .ii ijsein at her nself How could {i uyself, I i tl) V U tr V ir 11 I r I' Mill a SMI tarn IJP and. i -t IK Mtp rho ,f i o it nrn r ind b I burit i an n r i i 1 true. Ins, r a 'Ii b clti vhtd Inn I 11 J Itn pial of fur) upin -i i J win kt us PD I" h ii e lo a with a r nth 'of ils 'a dun rcl ii'u- of I'linT- r 'P Hie stiir, ion, r> thl[ "-'0'" K that from its narron old wmdovis, f "-h Ihn ugh which ll-llt" "I a musi.im i d thf c-ilf" r nlmiie! Currin h ku ed the ci I but your lord sh p r- in Ihe hihlt f I ll I I ,._ II 1 uiivers.l I nsrainst Ih. I.H lordsh.p dtcl JH, was rtmoved more ,BF "le Cl IIrl of c InTclinti the eloq lence of the entire protetsion 'Ibe Fust Babj. nqiier by the re lie .Ylirket, than by mtlitnii, n to luigh, as olher-, do, ov'er that ry of mybti ries, a muthsr'b love (or her ife of Wdblnnsion in Camp. qunted sa 3 the New York Or.ran some n-'jlnrn a cjrretppndfit of th Newark 1 ln ijaci mnt ol Gen 3 x t army at ,n, be obtain ed J named iurs V nl a first husband s mother, luille was a M liable and a.'reejble woman company much sought, even by I'HSg Who OVV IfiT tf) tvpii h N rvt I more fashi Amon   crj I pi n The i I r 'i til) in his [1 h J irl i, 1 d t oi i it rl fctl in one d s vt rv o. 'Uh I tdll I r Ir- IHII ll tl 1 II ll h i- v inr t ves ex tlv d id v s month m d plm, I-" n the "h isn't it. Ail s i, i'm, at smothered it null f It o Id Ioaee i, She received us g uisilv but ilier the eomplimenta over, she rt-u ed htr knitting Tlierp tfe were, with ut of work and (me; in st ite, but 'j, npril W it-Inn.ton's Indi, with her own hands. wa, knitting stockings for herself and de .nce (perlnps h, f a mile) from the r I'7 Ah 1 ih-n nnl 11 nidi up was shown ano'lier. in ppr n to the Inrrf 1 TI rp i' conip in, d oil ih l is nor, hi Al nn- '-'f- of (ir tl f n ilk d slmly liompw ir I, f In my I h il-i if I n irrvi I shill -ner i i u i d lo 'IP i rpi ,_l t nlitriviids, I on mj Iricnil HI r and r d.slr cr roul I bd iril i i i I' rcl i! I H llr Ji 'i.n.Tthp in I inn I e I k thp d and vvh iti H n ird c u d r s t.! I, b i id nl I i in a p Hi h i r i h r v .r I i i th I d h n I i> Hi I) I li i h I ii ......._ i li inn r U hi Ind tier u I i.l n t- u I on i i n il k in i hit Hr. u i Inr I' I ird VVT- at fir t Mr ILI, n i >i l hfi rnl ind thp tl i ii i si i' U nclll y 'V -i ipni r m irlv rta.lv i bun ,r 'Hi ir r 1 1 11 r, 'I Ji cln !r i In r it u m ,lu ir ti 1 P i hi I s ircp'y 1 i y lo r 'i on's n M u 1 ion was vvhPii y n r.n lo and fro hi it but von ire ne in r ti it no v by morn Ih oltutile of a t iplnp" Tint bpim is prrwi, wnh nf npy, v rst.owin_r, adtMiff ith sc mt fi iv -hr, ,1, oi lliix r, in ininn- m thru ralti ov r' id i iln nv s ,s thp i-tiiiil TV Hi I, p ImPsl ,n I 111 V II r is ,-p., ln n rrnvici y clos, e I til, wtvefl" thit ns.d t of ihp km v To ,n. no incl, h irr ,'vvA1 ver knew k child 10 grow .....-v u s child thi. tvtr And .hit VVTS not all In the afternoon her ladish p tnoli occasion to in i wiy that we uld not be oil ndpd Hut at tint tune it very impirianl lint Americin ladies be pit i see r IM f in lu-i rv to Ihnr conn, ry women, because f.om the m ithpr country will ilrv n the j y u ronipriihpr th" In I ll t S. "I K I'DI h I .X1 1 r 'I- lif r or wh tlipr r r (I r ,r Iv (III V r U i il d, r I b id! no Iv i r IP At I I- Nl p r eorrv ij, vp i rim Jill, j rip oil tl i H l II _'ine [issue I i rid ,i rhi K, perlnp. Ph ihr a U ho, ntvtr mind HIP rl nit j u ,i ri-sl Hie nnlDn c'l-irms noirwc Will see tint Inile ernfi mmneun ih ,t d irk t It vv-is re.) o i, e HIP lv, hn the h ,m, P itiiin I rs Ihe'nid -nT Iir lit (IIP iv, Ail voo ocr-ipie.1 av, .rrf ,t j llnr( wa, tt T I over it the only horizon you b -held b-nt He le.v a m >ln ev. s r k iln- Inilt inrrj i nf love o i ihp huh. r b) a in ;ther s 1 ive to a mo I ridl II HP It s pm ,1 nn, nil I lo ivln I poolr, llcll n.r ,1 the B ,n i m in ol doll mi ih r v h, r I do bell >ie ii s bplnnninir t mt US ippth shcsnil puitinrher fiVijer into ihe little oillh Fnsl I el hlv Inrl the are ihere si n ly llm's a t ,nih coin in r Ihr HI .h (jrnmln will bt h re Indaj, I II Lk i p sources when in-iny of our co nforts are I ti ci ived We bee. me imltpend nt by our determination to do without what we ciunot make i urstlvps Whilst or h.islnnds and bro ihf-rs irp exnmp'p-ot patriotism, we must be piMi ins of industry Arurdin'in Mrs Troupe'" s'orv Mrs Wash jivo to Inr iiMtirs some excellent il vire the me-inwlnlp adilmL' force to lier words by icti ns, nrid withal, 10 such a vviy that they hpr it I h nnl i f n vpri it i n I o ,_'li il is h proved her I Tin PHI ir, ly i Uprs, child ri'all) s, miS Oh prllvilur' eh i ort n I n r a h irt And IliPr. nt'irhp I (S t 10 r fricim f an nntmsi d r, pi Vi u rp menlcr H and ul, it il was I ,r. n.id wh.tnsl n ed nt r, t Pu ,stt, childr nVsuno- nll nrp h, r inleid but were ir- I Chir 1 1 h r j, I, s d w nnd 111 re Hie I ule nd fro, k ind h r rol e-. in pi I. ss in me 01. ti nrp the ih it win 1 us t i Ihil. And to nn lln tinlill uld have li. k 'o pie ps hut I nle Lreiiur srpm 1 l I ke thi-pr r. iVm ,th J, ,t provMn'at Ills mijli.ri II I, jhm.r is il I it.lt dPir VVInt i sw e prcr-iotisii i Am] si P fioislip I by itlin st devn in n HI h 1> i Wh, n I iwu cilltl, bjby wa-, s' II fir.htr Oily think" mv frlcnd n i c n'd not oflmte In tin- sh t-elf m ire worthy to occupy her ,1 PISHHHI th n el e c uld hue ,'one by all the er celiil nnd eleirnnt ncpomplishmputs whieh olipn found in priu, PS-PS qupens In occ ipied her nork nrp thi r r n n rry vvoril niji in i m 11 u ,1 pr, v, nl their uilennce but tin pnr. ul mppiiie-s winch only kind r s m gnu! s A bappv influence, 1 rtidiinth- chiliren. no Ion iv v tshiu nnd intrer in lh( ir pirents 1 i I ilU 1 ul Iv, lost it in thi msplves Mr Hull ml whin he felt hia old bad feel M n? up to hud an outvent, he called lo c ml n i of the blue eyed girl, and re v rr d ih n I lovp yer." said T Yinkee ic l n l ti pi belli How on wirlh, J i uliin tl i, imvp .it lhal 1 1 r ,r on, Hy nimple ri 'hi riM.ly fiT when 1 Invo Vn i 1 11 .ru n nn my inn 1 my sum ot iuman hippuipss 19 complete." The filtiwinj j n d ot I uiniii my [lie A Talc of B'wid. n_' H HIIHII2 Iln miny nn- rdotes the ci Ii bruttd Irish lawyer an I xv it AS 1 i Ije rtlllml. d, nirrinjtcm Ins hinted at It I >r I Ind o yr il fmlt, he na-mpt lip Ihe hr-t i in u j cm e and it i-, dithtull al ervvirls to I iiblntnilt II I hi adv icale tht-r or, b nl not I o il) ti Mrujijlp iiininst the r. il ol smelt- pre v nil d t, him by ihp f i SH t bill wtlh i the im oie cr, .ud by th.'histy nntitipi '__ Currin one d iv must semusly by this habit of Loid Avon more and he I ihe lilhwins; whimsicil me ihod of corn cling it i'lie rei.ltr iiwl remem bpr th .t the objt-ct of the narrator was. by a te. dioisand procrastination, lo irritaie his hearinj mt i the he' s0 anxious to ob neritc J J hey wern. t.i thi r ut the house ot a common friend, inila hrjre pirty were mb'ul, linatvjf of whom witntosed the iccurrance of the nio'firing' Currin, contrary mule my vv v If thf nursery where ki pt h, r-i II iroiii innrniii.r nil nijht Lniistoeit I -rive n i pirceotm a bn ot bn il d hei f -teik VVInt si I ,'id I is wonlcrlully air i Iv t win uii! I hivi D s Vs Ml I I It b I I IClk m iilu r a Idr i-1- nj tu, s t il i i bihy C. hilly i nil' m_' nil the u on A vi! thf tun t) exert hliP now bihyhe I irnce fir thu Will You Take a Sheep! ihle friend and an old farmer, about tin tempi rince n lorm was beginning a healthful i ifluence in the conntry, to his hired man Jmithin, I did not Ihinlt to menlion to vou when t lured vou, tint thiulv of trying to do my without rim How much 111 ,1 I! 1st ITIVP you tl) do VVIlhoilt ttie child eiln.j btef Oi tnid Jwatlnn, "I don't care much pr u 1 u inly )i ir I limy ,i in si in h i I n h h cause llie child, sympi hell a trli nl lul tin l.ltllll. Will O V u t mt to 11 Iv- ,i bi; Uleik Its "'.i' m'v nne wh" P'-ine" I 1 1" fl'st s 1 1 tin n I Pnh r will ion jive me asheepifl dowilh- otil rum 1 Y Mirshall, you shill have a sheep if you do ilil" cully, cr ruuro 1 r.thnr ycu me a .beep if I will It t n v vvtelo before the louj ex do vviil.oui pttnltetll, nvud miller you ah ill hi Jam-, J HIP bn.yh.s2t three teeth'" tn moiher. us I emend the sh ill have a sheep also, umplniiliy Dur ery nonlh-i ol I ajptannn Why to all his usual cuslonf was lat- lor dinner, nnd at length arrived in the moat ad.nirably affected Mr Currin you Iwve kept us a full hour watting dinnet lor grumbled out Lord A von more Oh mv dear Lord, I regret it much you inuM know that it is not rm but I've just be, n witiess to a most melancholy occur- 1 Mv God you seem terribly moved by it, take a glass of wfne What was it' what was it i I will tell you my lord, the moment I can collect myself 1.hid been detained nt Court, towards me ami nn ut the Court of Cnancery your lordahip knows arms thniian once or Uie clnnc ellor sits I do I do but go on." Well my lord I was hurrying here aa fast cntd llie fl ree leelh, and lies in V nine Did v m ever heai of ihp hive llnl 1 Imd'nol The whole thinir, m Ijct was out of y rang" ot I knew all ahou D.nte m the original and a dozen othi r fine 1 idy accomplishments, but no tinner about bubiei, teething J.ibt lout, ul Ihe little pearls1' evcla med my trie.id as she opened the chiJd s mo nil Are they not Vou never oiw my thinu; B> th-it you never did Precious darling' continued the mother, rap turou-lv and kissing the cjiiljl, ll la worth Us weight in gold But the crovvnin? miracle of all Whs baby lo walk Its lurnrng to creep had been duly heralded to me ft uiso had its being able to stand alone, though this me nit, I f Hind, Mamling wnh ihe support of a chair But when it reitlly walked al me, the important lact wis announced to me in a note, for my friend coul I not wait till I called bland she said tu me in an cxn'ting voice stupid sloop I mean, how cm you be so And as I obeyed, she look her station about a yinl off holdini; the little one by either Imnd "N s> e linn she cried nshe lod.llel iiuiiu (all, tan, i d he vvouli conlinirencv from which he was prolect hand ed however, by ins mother holding her on either aide of him, an inch or two off. "There you it will do without' Prisently Clnndli r spoke ajrim Tither hadu'l you r tike a sheep too1" This wisn poser, he hirdly lhoii_'hl that he coul I give uo the good creature" yet, but the nppe.l was trom a source not to be eistly disre pirdeil I he result was thit it was forever af ter dbmdened from tlhe premies, to the great y and ultimate happmeso of all concerned What I have Noticed. 1 have noticed thai all men ppealf well nf ill men s virtues when they Are dean, and that .nmbstones all marked with llie epitaphs of wood anil virtuous" Is there any paiticular celtntry wbeie the bad men are I noticed thrft ihn i r Iyer ol every man forgive us our but makes every indy who owns him n> the ulmooi farthing 1 Inve noiit-ed lhal he who thinks every man aronie. is cetniri lo see one when he shaves himself, and be oiiirht, in mercy to his neigh- surrender ihfl lojiisliee I hive nni i end that money is the fool's wis- dom, the kiMVi-'s reputrtlion, the wise man's ami- idol of all 1 have noli, ed lhal merit is always measur ed in U e woild by Us am cess. 1 have nonred ih it where newspapers ate like., by a fimtly, me children aie always in I Inve noticed that where a person make justice his ruling motto, reward is certain watpr it, uarm is one could bnar it fir complete emersion, yet even here I saw sohie eimll alliffiitors The Fikir to'd me hriiti'a very numero-us m the river abiut fitieen or tjventj miles to the viest The mon arch of th'e pi ice, an enormous allmtor to whicli ihe IPakir Ind the name oT b dub Sly Lord never obeyed the tall to come out As I walked round the pool I was shown where he lay with his I eid above water, immovi'ile ns a lop-, and for which I should have mistaken him but for bis sm-ill s-iviae eves. ubiPh glittered so tint they emit spirks He iva.s the ver> fiprce an I niid nt I, nsi ivAenty feet in Dry leaves from Young r.gypt Apri-a, sculptors must diff th.'ir Imirble Irom Ponline mirahts, our poets mu t bej idgpd by the British Liureaulic i-tnnilarl, our make bid grammar like Cirlyle orjc Imch fictitious mi's with in arj.il menal slo IJP Inm-n r ll.ciulay, i ur lawyer-! rnu I clin.r, t, tl, and in !B to mus-y old Ln.lili common luv stnuno- evpr and anon m put lite into bon is drier than even those of in fine as a miion, we must remain contmiinlly in stnno-s swiyed by -uch grotesqup tridiltons and do_r mas, tint an inlplligent foteiiriier m jhl be led todeem us affl ,ted with a sor of kinVs evil only to be cured by the imposition of roial hands J i A story told1iy Horace Smith, of a city Miss, HA gund instiijce of a ehoclf being given i0 affected elegantte She bad ,eid mticirnf pis toral life and once m.dea visit In country for the purpose of communing with a thep list discovered one, with the crook in his h ind, the dog by bis s. le and the sheep dis- posed rominticillv around hun but he was with mured br kenly I left it at home, Miss, 'cos I hain't got no 'bieky The yonn; Udy immediately went into "con MARCH OF honest firmer mil he ot Pennsylvania married a from a ishionib'e boirdinsr school, for Ins sec ind wife _ struck dumb nith her elaquence and gaped with wonder al learning Vou miy siiil he. bore a bole through he solid airth. mid chuck into it a millnoiie, tell you lo a shiviflj how long Ihe will be going" clpan threw She has yal" needles by ha, en- herd an unlimited term of i A dunderhead was arreMed yesterd r for to lorce a witty idea fro n the vaculn of a brainless bead He was wrapped m flannel and sent to the An English paper reports that "a "rand t'oml Museum has been opened iu Me" curtosu.es consist.ng Of two stuffed pau'.' jumjiing at a, dead raccoon had more money wuh him A iraTPller who happened to meet the bro- o after the artwf.de.Vb ,m whetller he ml6nded brother s business "Pj.howmany leg-ihasa shipt" "o lep. clnld Why, p.. super s.tors to iNewpon, K I ,'oin.r tun I >jy lt vatenng place and to to brand and J tone will DP going clpan inrew sjnc arnt kimistry and cockuiyology and talks-a hpap about ox hulea and comical I used for to Ib.nk Ihil it was air I every time expired she ne thil shi km.wed beiu-r, she tell d m iPlID IIUlJUl "A l J used for to Ib.nk Ih-il it was_ air I MK kedjn p that ,1' m two Kinus of gin ox gin Hy I'm a leitotil tem I been ind gill e man nu 1 vet IIIVP been drinking ox gin ind high gm all my litiV' lion James Rochanan We find the subjoined jusl compliment, to ihe Hon Junes Buchanan amoug-t the pro- ceedings ot ihe Lancaster Democratic Conven in Resnlafd Tliat while we most cordially ami sincirely eupp'ri and maininm the principles and men of the Demorrntir P-.rly. we nref not the lets attached to Ihepoble leaders, by whoie councils and ince the Democratic Parly h" so often rn.rch.ed to victory, among whom, wi'b feelings of devoted adherence we are proud to name. the-favonte eon of Pennsylvania, Hon. James Buchanan. This IB just enough lo fill out the column Mr Careful hav nj been told tun, lhal I.H mus tAu gentle exercise, repiiej nai he had fa, s me b.clt. practiced cut- Ills a week Lost on Wednesday last, a br.ndle pnp_ lib Uil-helongmg to I'atnckMc- slu." HJW McNeil i ears s! t n, 'not stated. of political piisoner-, in France. Warm as the weather baa Ulely been, we were scarcely pre- pared for this new pro if of H il has even melipd Louia Napoleon's.heart! is a gpnilemAn out West who has a season ncket tor an ex .ibli.on of prti.uings cost him filly renis, and by _; HiiU iwo or ihrBO limes daily he considers he fays up from 10 SI 50 per-ljj. A filend ol n-iently rmrriitd, Slid t l le !'rl lalinj in cinifiriueil w t) n ii d nuiir I it.itik t havp di no ii-plud the oth. r u'lU-dly ju have d ue wise ot otherwise Don't ihe c louds bpoi i in hrpak inquired I) irrlel, during a slorm imp IIIMUI to goo'.t shopping "Giles-, s JK is ibe rpply, and Ibe g! tiiped i ul if wi broke, il.ej leak bid t-n iiign.'1 A gf.i.Wmi.. having Ihe rt.iiie to dd nit Into his house an mdivid.al "t v. ry impr -per character, named Hell, i.irupct hun oirt ihe other y, nub lit ifina'k llni "lie w-mld never keep k btll in hi-1 house, that wanted Hanging. Questions for the Curious. If four gruns make a carat, how many will make a parMiip1 If seven pounds make a clove, many will make a nutmeg It two and one half inches make a nail, Jiow miny vviH make a screw If four inches a hand, how miny will mil lie an arm If twelve inches make foot, bow many will make a leg1 If four yard, how many will mafcf a garden 1 I   

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