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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 8, 1852, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania 1-9 in c to Netus Oli hug Tolje Citer Turc amusement. Vol. A. 34. Posh men country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest april 8. 1852. Whole Job. 712. For the Tioga Eagle where i w0ujld dwell., Fain would dwell in fairy land Ond Elva their Rev can keep an Niel Iky on stir Wivo heat is Rand Lihty ten no with j tyo in foot Whf Irp roam Ami a hot peace Fol a Leys Garcon or if 1 Beppy Renou Luin Homo it Vou Hocks Ore spurting Scon a Liili Hyphen a Willi nine tiling Laft Ami White merry laugh of a Tiepolt hero 13 lilo Fenimo fur a. If upon o rain h Shore where Aro wreathed in Spray lilo Nui sir of Ron wild did Cor Iny cling Roeii la Ilio Mermaid s aligning notch a the tide floats. Lick air ibo Oca there Uli hero it Homo for to. Nil Pirn. Might j a Phi pinions Toko i d Hie tue if inn it away Smarr o c the it j line hike. My in Roc he fairest of int i him by cup hip Hunt ing Houn. It Mil Cvar Hob. Lula. Sofclis. Two. Hours 01 my life. Philip order thai insolent Little pauper from the Gate. I wonder n hat right a Beer Gnu can in look it Beautiful there 5 Glinco butt Lanwi a upon Miall eloquent null hauteur contempt and the creat Jire of Al and Rich rustling Gur meals swept d urn the Broad slops of a t a her a proud Inan i in. Trunk a o my nimble extremities they soon to from All danger of the hireling s Esric Iilma his child Iii Intress command and the Little pauper stood Mill very on i in wild thoroughfare Only sometimes his twirled convulsively the Tassel of his Ituen p. 3ml Whf ii the Mil Spring Sunshine loins int and i like up in his f Kcf Wilh inv inf Fusili Lio would turn away am mournfully a in in Beauty were not him. I was a there no denying i tit if Orivl spoken the sine inc Aii Tunin tinny before when t i v die clods on Iny Mot but 1 ilits not mean in the of Early Rose i stood awed and silent in the presence of the woman whose words Twenty years before had produced an entire change in Iny life and Char Acter and who then would have regarded the hem of her garment contaminated had it brushed across mine. How changed were our positions verily to put Tell Down one and and Selseth up alarmed at his Mother s emotion the child had not directed her attention towards me and so i moved noiselessly and undiscovered from the threshold to commune with my own heart and be the evening of that Day the Mother and child were removed to the Home childhood of the former had been passed. I had become its possessor the previous year. That Home was left in a few weeks for another and a narrower but she who thus left it never dreamed when dying breath she committed her child to the Protection of the stranger that for the roof that sheltered her for All of Comfort and luxury that were gathered around Tho closing Days if her she was indebted to an inso Lent Little bulletin. Samuel and Saul. Interview Between the living and the dead one evening just As the Sun was setting o Var the Hills of Palestine a Host was seen encamped in a Beautiful Valley through which wandered a Clear Stream and Over whose Green surface Woods and Fields and flocks and herds were scattered variety the White tents dotted the landscape far and wide standing against the Green Back ground distinct As a Fleet of snowy sails against a storm Cloud on the sea while Long rows of chariots glittered Between and Gay standards floated above and groups of officers and ranks of soldiers moved about giving animation and life to the at intervals came triumphant bursts of and the Thrisi info strains of the trumpet arose and fell Over the Plain till the echoes were lost in the Woods beyond. Arid the Evenin Sun was shining on All this tipping the tents of thousands of Lance Points with Silver and flashing Back from burnished Armor till the Eye became Daz i led with the splendor. I on a gentle Eminence that overlooked this i glittering Plain waa spread the tent of the King. I of ample dimensions and decorated with Gor j Genus hangings and costly it looked like a fairy place there upon the swelling top. Underneath its spreading canopy sat the Mon i Arch looking thoughtfully upon the Prospect below him. It was a scene to stir a Warrior s heart for every one of those countless tents that stood bathed in the sunlight cont Juned soldiers was but a single instrument in his hand. At the Bias of his tin pct that Plain Touhl tremble the trend of armed men twice ten Tonii Sand inces shake in the departing sunbeams and Al his command rank upon rank would Rush Oil by Mui y upon a stand of levelled appears. They had often cow Lei after him to Battle Hap stood Tad Cir 6houts of s Over the y f r s i remember with that How the Shad heavier and thicker Over my child Uii lil Down Amonis the pulses of my heart every Elmili was a Tongue breath Clear taunting Worda again. 1 Cro ads of fans scr by must hear to uni to. And 1 wondered they did not spurn me Pulli. In was frightful it in fright i recall it Par Aiying anon of my a i Hood Many a seemed Shorter. A thought 1 know it slipped from while Wing of Pom Angel like the sunlight like the Mravca in Siil e shadows and Urey vanished before it. Hal i will be a beggar no Lon my Smil Hod been enned paralysed tint Cit Ali d it. Difficulties no Fuhl Hal tented my r thai hour w l m conquer them a i. Rne ii re i p r8 run n Mir , a lip no v i1 t w in f air Lossl rcso1 Send the flush of Pride but alas no color came to that Marble face Pale and anxious the chieftain sat and gazed Hia brow knit in gloomy thought and care rest ing like a Cloud upon his countenance no food had passed his lips All Day yet something More than listing wrought that Haggard look and bowed that regal head the White tents Sprink Ling the Fields the chariots beside them the Alin ing ranks of warriors the Triu ii Haril strains of music the glorious landscape smiling in the Sot Ling Sun. The hum of the mighty Host were All unheeded. He saw them not he heard them not his troubled soul was Busy amid other scenes struggling Willii far Oiler thoughts. The past and the future shut out the present. Ano ther army Rose before pins in ghastly army in whose dread aspect no relent ing could be seen. And worse than. All the oracles of cod were dumb to his Earnest questioning no response had been Given the urine and thu Mim ceased to he irradiated at his Call and silence and darkness reeled on the Erk of god. And now As he thought of his crimes have its Harvest time then Siri led and homewards. 11 i l Csc. Sir Wim Yogi on of those pretty Flowers for Mamma she is very ill and we t now a and the rail l raised his Largo dark eyes in mine. Thank god the Prosperity tin was had not chilled my heart so i pm scr and ii Herd some of the fairest and of the Spring blossoms and placed " pm in the in Ger Little hands. It was touch tic ii ivring of it Little fellow s lip and choking Nhis voice As he tried to thank me omit was something in the delicate tracery f 1 the brio veins the fair Pale brow that then fascinated my gaze. I knew not where inn i had seen a brow like that ill Yon Toke me to your i asked is Ili read bar garments suggested to me my visit inic Lii to opportunely made. There la i n find grateful a sent. Al wil9 Lon walk but it at last dilapidated dwelling in the suburbs of Coly. Nornma Mummy i have brought you of Kiev i 5prnn? to the bedside of its ? top in her Couch in furnished apartment but a gleam any Over Tho pallid and mind was stretched with trembling her to bouquet before Here was a Quick convulsive sob and other drop Tymn the Dew of the night time a Ming the Crimson pc Lalo. Wal a conscious of my presence it wag i a i How in for could not have spoken her at the first glance. I should Ler Lac s 1e ten fold More bar w was talc pal hl8h brow a do of l in of9 in Tho Iirma i r it and the pallid if a that Lay around them in l to the cacs that in Wist r i i c Lobo Lenl to pauper whose us Glanco a moment upon the i around her la Loken. Coming events Insl la Weir flood own before and he saw his army routed and slain and him self and his throne trampled under font. No wonder the waving banners below him brought no glow to his wan and wasted features. The last Light of Day disappeared and the fires began to be kindled in the Broad encamp ment he entered his tent and putting on a Dis Guise stole Torch and As a last resort turned his Steps towards the House of n sorceress and asked that Samuel might be raised from the dead. The interview. Scarcely had his request been made when a stately form arose before him Clad in a dark Man the his Long Gray Locka and upon his breast and shoulders. It was Samuel who had anointed him King Over Israel and for so Long a time had been the pillar of Hia throne the dread and fearless Prophet who so often had withstood him to his face and hurled the malediction of heaven upon him whose last curse backed with declaration the strength of Israel will not lie nor still his ears. The frightened Monarch stood dumb and powerless before the dread spirit he had evoked from the land of shadows when the deep sepulchral tones of the Prophet broke tha silence Why Hast thou disquieted me to bring me i am sore murmured the King. For the philistines make War upon me and g0d is departed from me and answer eth me no More neither by prophets nor dreams there fore i have called thee that thou Mayest Tell me what i shall answered the spirit Dost thou ask me seeing the lord has departed from thee and is become thine enemy he would Only repeat Over again the curse of former Days and his words fell like n funeral Knell Onahue ears of the Monarch the lord hath rent the kingdom out of thy hand and Given it to thy. Neighbor not Only has the throne gone but the. Dynasty closes with thee and thy family is disinherited for Ever for thy aim. Nor is this All the Battle to Morrow Hall go Benin so thee for the lord1 will deliver thee into the hands of the philistines Prophet s voice Here made the heart of the listener stand still in his and to Morrow shall thou and thy sons be with the Thunder Bolt had fallen and the utter silence that followed was broken Only by the Shock of the King s body As he fell lifeless and head Jong Ripon the Earth. No shriek no groan told when and How deep the blow struck that heavy fall was More startling than the fearful apparition sunk away and Saul was left alone with the night. The next morning found the King is his tent nerved for the worst and to those who saw him a his servants buckled on his Armor he appeared the same , save that a deeper pallor was on his Cheek than bought can Ever the pallor of despair. Nevertheless pets were ordered to sound and soon the Plain Shook with the preparation of arms. Chieftains each Wilh his retainers behind Hiim marched Forth prancing steeds and carrots of War Fol Lowed banners and lances and helmets fluttered and flashed in the morning sunlight and All was Hope and Confidence in the army. As the troops defiled before the Royal tent shouts of Long live the rent the air. Ali with what a sudden death chill those shouts fell upon his heart that Host was going Forth to he slaughtered and that Bright Sun in its course was to witness the loss of his army Hie throne his sons and his life. Perhaps he cheered his despond ing spirit with the vain Hope that god might yet be appeased or that Samuel had spoken falsely at All events he was determined total nobly for his Crown. As his guard closed sternly around him the determination written on his brow betokened a bloody Day and a fierce struggle even Wilh Fate itself. The hostile armies met and rank after rank after troop rushed to the Onset. The he brew sword drank Biourd and the shout of Israel went tip As thrilling Strong it Rose from mount Zion itself. And never before did their Monarch Lead Thorn so steadily and fiercely give his Royal person so freely to he fue. But Cote rage and heroism and desperate darning were alike unavailing the sentence was writ on High and Israel was scattered be fore her foes. Vainly did their leaders rally them spam find again to the charge. Vainly did the three princes the sons of Saul Call on their followers to emulate their example As they threw themselves in the Foo. Vainly did the on his troops while the blood from his wounded Side Rickli d Over his or nor. God was against them nil and discomfited and scattered they fled1 on re very Side. The three sons of the King fr-11 one after another bravely battling for their fathers throne and Israel s Honor till it last Jonathan the inn Ost and no lest of them Rill fell life less in the Hill the wounded Monarch hard Hil by in of anchors at last turned and Ford his lit a hut finding no Way to escape he stopped Anil c imn Vincil his Armor lira i or him in to in Hyim said the by Irreg Man these conic and me Terri Mph. And Nanse. Hia Aimor bearer refusing commit Ilie horrid died he placed the Hilt of his own pwned upon the ground a my fall upon it. His faithful Armor bearer followed his example and he and the icing and his son s Lay corpses together on the Mountain of Gilboa. The prophecy was curse had morning once More broke on the land of sacred scenes and characters. Our country. In 17d2. The Corner Stori of or present Cap Itol at Washington was Laid. At that Lime general Washington in whose Honor the new seat of government was a cited. Fifty years afterwards Viz on the 4th of july 1851, the Corner Stone of an Extension of the building was Laid and the Secretary of state made on address in the course of which he presented a sketch of the comparative condition of our coun try at the two periods. Then we had fifteen states now we have thirty one. Then our whole population was three millions now it is Twenty three. Then Boston had eighteen thousand people now it has one Hundred and thirty fix thousand. Philadelphia had for two thousand now it has four Hundred and nine thousand. New Vor k had Ihirty-thrce1 thousand now it has five Hundred and fifteen thousand. Then our imports were thirty one millions now Are one Hundred and seventy eight the area of our territory was then eight Hun dred Khoii Send Square Miles it is now three Mil lion three Hundred lhousand7al% then we had in Railroad now we have three million five Hundred thousand1 mile of it. Then we had two Hundred Frost offices now we have Twenty one thousand r our Revenue from postage was one dred thousand dollars now in is five millions. These Are Only a few facts pro Iii to show the rapid growth of on country and what we and our children have to do to secure the continuance of its Prosperity to love fear and obey the god of our Falkeis to avoid intemperance Pride Contention and greediness of gain and cherish in All our hearts a Rue patriotism and a just sense of obligation to those that shall come after us. Martial a population president of the Union. Early in the american War it was plainly discerned by the most sagacious of Bri Tish statesmen thai our armies superiors they showed themselves in the Field must be ultimately unavailing against the resources of a country where every Cill Zeb could Wield a mus Ket with Good will against an invader. The result proved the the prediction and though we As we have said consider the tendencies of these instill Lions As highly Pacific there is no double that they furnish an Noble bulwark against hostile f. Female names. Mary the sweetest of female names May not it appropriately stand at the head of our list. It is from the hebrew and signifies exalted. Its French form is Marie. It is we hardly need to say a famous name in both sacred and profane history. In All Ages from the time of Mary the Mother of Mother of Washington the name has literally been exalted. It has been linked with titles and Power with Crown s and coronets and adorned by goodness and Beauty. Mary has Ever been a favorite name wild poets. Byron As he assures. Us Felt an absolute passion for it. It is interwoven with some of his sweetest verses. The Pendant poet Burns seems to much attachment to it As the Aylor of women at Home. Effects of christianity. Or Alison the historian lately delivered m it May be Only a fancy of Gays mrs. Lecture in London on christianity is essential to Kirkland in one of her admirable essays that human happiness. He Mage red that where Providence has so decidedly fitted woman for j the Christian religion hid spread the people had household cares that she a never truly arid replenished and subjected the Earth in proper Beall Hily Happy without them but if it be a Tion. He exhibited the Fie Cosof the unfettered fancy it a one which much observation has con Liberty of pure religion in the corresponding Jib of i erty of the subject in modern As compared with we commend these words to serious con-1 the slavery in ancient heathenism kingdoms Sider Alion. The general bad health of females i or. Alison dwelt particularly upon the reign of in what Are called the respectable classes is a terror in the great revolution in France he subject we have often referred 19 for it is i showed Bow by this fearful vindication of the one that affects not the happiness of families merely but the weal of the whole Community not the present generation Only but future ones also. Physicians Tell us that not one lady in ten in a great City enjoys robust health. Mrs. Kirkland we suspect has explained the cause. It is certain that women generally who Are not compelled to labor for a livelihood directly neg Lect exercise almost entirely and hence bring majesty of deity the doctrines of Voltaire were dashed Down with signal defeat by the withdrawal of divine Grace and Protection from France. In the people of America and colonization of new countries or. Alison pointed out the effects of the Christian religion the Energy and Freedom of europeans invigorating thereby in lieu of having the supt eness Oshua then society he reminded his hearers that the on themselves dyspepsia nervous disorders and j discoveries of Columbus of the Compass of print other diseases. To perform House work is too Pride Harold. Still the theme of bards and handling unnumbered. We might fill a column or two in Ere with songs sonnets and ballads in the or Melody of whose verse the most musical syllables Ore those which form the charming Nam Elof Mary. But where so much presents can quote nothing. We need quote nothing for the Veryl Matisic of has gone Inlo our let the motto Ort Aast if you will be the single line of Bryan 41 Here s health to Olliee Miry 1 Sarah is almost As common a name As Mary but it lacks the prestige which its., historical and poetical associations throw around the 1st Ter it is also fron the hebrew and signifies h Princess. In Nelry it take the form of Sally or sul lie and is found in Many a love song and Ballad. Sally is sometimes contracted to Sal which is neither poetical or euphonious. Laughing Prai Iling Sportive Sallie ill to what us ill the Thil lie thai fair Young j frequently considered degrading. Even where the Mother in obedience to the traditions of her youth condescend occasionally to labor the daughters Are brought up in perfect idleness taking no bodily exercise except that of walking in Fine weather Riding in or dancing at a party. Those in Short who can afford to hire servants cannot demean them selves As they think by Domestic labors. To make up a bed is regarded often As exhausting beyond description to sweep a carpet is viewed As worse than Field work in a Cane Field while to scrub alas modern feminine Lan Guage copious As , has no words to characterize this inhuman and cruel task. The result is that All such Fine ladies lose what Little health they started Inife Wilh becoming feeble in exact proportion As they become fashionable. Ing were contemporary with the reformation As if the shackles a of superstition were to be Sha Ken from us before we were allowed to people the vast Western hemisphere. Finally i. Ali son demonstrated that christianity was rapidly on Ita March and that All things tended to the great consummation in the East and in be West this he did by skilfully exhibiting Russia As a military oat Ibn subjecting by degress the East Ern regions of the world and so uprooting heathenism whilst at the same time i lie More Tran quil nations of1-Western Europe poured their Shoals of industrious emigrants into America and Australia where nations had not conquered and christianity could be by extended. In Flie migration to California might be seen i he Progress of the mysterious dispensations of god. By degrees tire band of christianity would encircle the whole Earth and in this neglect of household cares american those nations bound in Eastern slavery would be further influenced made free. Success. Of All other things on the e Earth Iblis whal it females stand alone. A German lady no mat Ter How lofty her rank never forgets that Domestic Labots Conduce to health of body n and mind alike. An English lady whether she be Only a gentleman s wife or a Dukes d6es not despise her household and even though she has a housekeeper devotes a portion of her time to this her. True her happiest sphere. It is re served for Republican Fine ladies to be More. Choice than even their monarchical and Aristo cratic Sisters. The result is a lassitude of mind often is fatal to health As the neglect of bodily exercise. The wife who leaves her household to her servants pays the penalty which has been affixed to idleness since the foundation of the world and either Wilts away from sheer ennui or is driven into All sorts of fashionable follies to find employment for her mind. If she docs lounge on the sofa Reading novels All Day and growing paler and More nervous every year if she does not weaken her Chest and injure her eyes by stooping Over Crotchet Woitt or embroidery she drives about shopping or visits for the purpose of gossip or sleeps till noon to most admired and applauded by the multitude arid yet of All things it is that which is the least in the Power of any individual to say he at lain to. Men pint and toil and plot and in Trigue and ruin soul and body for Success in their they know and feel that it is upon thit Success that they will be judged by their Fellows. To be successful air any thing is at once to put the. Seal of popular approbation to All the Steps by which Success was reached. To fail is at once to stigmatize All those Steps As the result of the most hopeless stupidity or frantic madness. Experience
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