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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 27, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIs and put Lieut in g attention i to them Fly the country and 1 that such a Peri and that it Wiir oars gement from m this and other 1 these Laws Are the id the functions of the location of Oles of the mental Etc., Etc. Has been engaged Ourse of magnetic its the result of that he ing these ass in Lould prove to be that they Are Imas much so As any Irle illustrating the natures of Mam. Be illustrated bags some of which be the whole Ren 2 of surpassing in a worthy of pal Nous and Brand the to mysteries the plates will be inasmuch As they n Many magnetic unknown or not e or More will be features in the he magnetic courses different physical a thing never before Cill be seen the Only physiognomy Ever i. In a word the i with new and Yal Ery question relating rental and Magnet a explaining Thi Sorn am la insanity mad and fanaticism the exhibit the claims the attention of the Sist How far in or May be used a ear payable half yearly in Adrance vol. N to ensure Conditi All Al f comr Unic Lions must by for a Shorter period v Daour be Discon j a in in t no subscription receive six months nor will a lha i a t until All arrearage Are paid butt the Dillon of Tho publisher. I sements making n Tui be inserted three times i Elta 5o if not staid within the year. Is. More than a Square Arote Dollar an tbsp Otteni insertion ii Eniy Fae cents. Sedi in the same pro be wot exceed note six Wilt of of o and mailing time for Ieve Niu five j-4 j _. It Friy ant i every Lime after at fire to fermions Tae aame. I a Liberal reduction Liy key ear the Price fur one those who adv Ciuc from Godey s la by s Book. Where the by Juliet Moi bet Monr Marr for the infant now released from sin and Call nol Back the Ranso n spirit Afie at rest. To the weary world a the the Liui Sof Earll 1 01 l in House and s skill Licet ram Reni Ihry weary a have faded id thy breast icing at Battle found image ground i 10 heaven break the word and doff Crest Mill the Din o do Iling on All marring ruthlessly cod Felling ref hers to Thi the strife and tar scenes Ilka these Mil n the weary an at l toiling slave of wild nerf Bitran scheming for a it ionic up cedi g years of ear y bet King for the world Why Vail Pursuit o Cju Ench the fires with strikes like thine of w hero Ute weary an miser gloating e or thy Var Lead Uiese i o Crown to idiot i Rio Mph pit atoms n thy breast Al Avail they at saddened a wealth untold know St Ikea not the or. Will be Iny s seek the treasures of up h Ven Btian to goil b free Are ail things from Here like weary Are will Porush lining e heaven Behest. Orr upion at and Lovely Maide i Wreal Hirr Hope s Bright blossoms round thy Brov my thin Chi smile in love Bright the g re that world shall Dis Lei thy Saviour boor Festad sheer Why bark toward the Haveri Liere the weary Are one o Erth 9 is in Lor thy Abidin shall be thy lasting Home. Cheer Uiese then though upon thee ice now. A Post thee at rest " Dost thou roam now thy spirit us by wildly woes distressed endless Joys that shall inherit the weary Are at Christian sufferer worn with anguish racked by More than to Oral pain longing for release and heaven chafes thy spin Tat he chain1 soon the Bonds of Earth shall sever thou it be numbered Inch the Blest the wicked ceased from troubling and Iha weary Are at i esl Well known civic at a late period of political excitement maintained a defensive co Loquay Wuh a rustic which could Hanley be excelled by any trans Atlantic performer. I travelling Post be was obliged to Stob at a Village to a horse s when the Paul place bustled up to the car nage window acid Wil tout waiting for of introduction exclaim cast a sir you Are go the name my to suppose. Ctm red but the i sir i i general Here he paused exp s6f he place to be supp ton you Are quite High y go there at this reas no doubt be come now from right again Ohay do be 1 Sha Pray Ive riot i see it be a loud yes plenty of other chaises and car their prayers Ever pc j j f b l hat is Noj what i Nean i wish to a know there yes bread and her Anan you be a q duster May i ask your tools and clowns i All me Fri in is any of All Ayot course b it what do folks sunday s anything new Eer Chap. T 1 am in reality Orie of the frogs of eke and name is rl7e i Wellsborough wednesday april 27, 1842. The due lists. Herman students Story. I have witnessed Many but we usually Settle these matters with a sword a liter mesh oct by Way and Morel worthy a Soldier than Jour cold Pirto firing. Any pol Troon May pull a trigger but it Reques Rifae in hand and the s when other to a c a toe an a steady Tye of a Maui to manage eel. However As 1 was saying i was at Jena they called each out tvs Nie anly As beaux and it Jules Anco. It was but the treading on the crushing of an Csc dental look that fell on them when they wished not observation and the next Day or by St. Andrew the next hour there would be the clash of steel Greer of fiery Plung Cut and thrust till one or l stretched at length Botlo a Gash open in Cleft Down or the Houie blood bubbling and i like a Rill of Mountain Watt nere Moie than one of the Devil i should say who found among them some Shing Forth there be Fellows when they Trange sense Chara Eier a or whose courage they doubled would pass the Dent they timid or retired Whu were unacquainted de m Imp in Bro id blood less o Pride men and the stamping of kindling and flashing hint out of Mere spoil Bow us his skirt charge the offence upon an apology to Humble for him irom the adventure with an shoulder or Day Lig it Thio his b ily the 2re was among us one fellow Nam Enz who an 1 Avo Rewil in head bul the the and his stors of1 Fate w fire one y to his an its his feet on the and Perry. Bolh Lay the the and Cheik d of Acter Lor he sat cheerfully and gaily at the Board with so much manners of a High born gentleman every one admitted at once his goodness his intelligence his Grace and his Beauty and regretted the Baysson the Brink of which he stood. What at length shouted Mentz As the evening had advanced and the wine Begui to a last come drink it All and he who refuses it is a pol Troon and a Coward. I quaff this Goblet full to the brim to the health and happiness of Ger Lrudd do Saale the of the Lair who says he knows a fairer is a Black liar and i will write it on his forehead with died hot never before had Mentz betrayed his brutal soul so open in words but the guests who knew that he was heat Erl Wii i passed Over his course insult with shouts of drank Wuh riotous confusion to Gertrude fairest of the fair. As the gleaming Goblet was emptied and dashed Lal Iling Down again upon the table Mentz Rose and i h the bloated importance of a despot gazed around to see that All present had fulfilled his orders. Every Goblet was pm glued but one which stood untouched. On per qty the character Oft be was Formost in Al his pistol was de sword Cut like these curious to see the fell two Aid three ind Good to Agoni All fir to be enemy u f a grave. At length being called to acco rown fear it he took in even to his appearance was a great curly giant Wuh is hair chios his n and them and three inches formidable. Black Musta twirled under be. A sort of Beauty he has too Nong the lord help Merever those Mustach elves every Opp Ouen found it was it last to a sweetheart y or but he co Arm or an by Lulic him then anon Ingn Rafailo ment7 woul 1 push for make to the lady am and either Tern herself. Should the do resistance he had no Call a surgeon and a if be e fast Lover More to do by enough caped with he had four men had never injured bounded seventeen y duels. He once challenged a club who had blackballed him Mously and pacified All i be Mern Beri immediately resigned and the club was up. Last there came a you broke at quiet with a handsome i hat Pale and his generally shy Wai Noble and assessed. He had been but a Mong us however before he was set Down As a cowardly creature and Gam for the devils broke Loose Prim the gang of de t ice selves. Could him. 7 ment the Jmenez the s to in a of showed abandoned really than for out of and fought Only by be la into the and Boyish Ace. Though Demeanour Joy term youth shunned All the riots and revels of the Unive sity insulted no one and if his Mattli brushed against thai of another apologized so immediately so Graceful an j so Gen not hav it Soor try that the Devil himself 3, fixed a appeared. Lily. De to Pectic great Pany led h thong est cd Lorth Mistr Nold quarrel upon the it the love loved l his Young Stringer. Now had singled Gertrude out for himself and avowed his preference pub Arnod for thus was the new it called was rarely if Ever tempt our once be came unix by on a casual invitation. To the Surprise and interest of the com Wilentz himself was there and sea self unabashed at the table i an unbidden guest. The Strong Rosity once arose to witness the re met for Mentz had sworn that he to ild compel Arnold on their first meet in to beg Pardon oni his Knees audacity of having addressed his it had not appeared a thing of j he ceiling this leaned Forward fixed his Jeson the cup struck his Brawny hand doxy n fiercely upon the table which returned a Thunder my clash and then repealed with a voice husky with rage by St. An e owner Swallow end if it remains there is a cup Thony 1 will make the ils measure of Molden thus one instant Long drink it it boy keep thy hand out of useless whispered a student near him rather advanced in Oge. Drink muttered another drily or he will not be slow in doing his threats i Promise i empty the cup cried a third never and turn Pale or thy Oung head will lie lower than thy feet Ere to Morrow s i it is Mentz the said a fourth Dost thou not know his wonder Ous skill. He will kill thou of pos e him he is Moie merciless than a wild boar. Man these Good matured suggestions were uttered in Lusty and vehement Liis and whle the students were thus endeavouring to Avert the broody Catas Jophe the Unous beast Ngim stick his giant Doun violently on the table without speaking Asil u were too feeble for his i age during this interesting the youth had remained Cool and silent. A slight pallor but Evi Dently More of inclination than fear came Over his handsome be attics and his eyes dilated1 with emotion rested Lull and firm upon Montz. By mass said he at length i am Arranger Here and ignorant of the mar Nei s prevalent in universities but if yonder person be sane and this joke thu Rule red Mentz foaming at the t i must Tell you that i came from a part of the country Wycie we neither give nor take such jokes or such in insults Hast thou said Mentz partly hushed by Aston no ment and Art thou Lynel of life that thou Zurnest on so blindly to a bloody Pillow boy Dunk As i have lord three to Gertrude the fairest of the fair arid his huge round eyes opened like those of a Bull upon a daring victim. That Gertrude de Saale is fair and cried the youth rising May not be denied by me but i demand by what mischance i find her name this night common at a Board of rioters and polluted by the lips of a drunkard and a by the Bones of my said Mentz in a tone of deep and dire an Ger which had Ere then appalled Many a Stout heart by the Bones of my father your doom is sealed be your blood on your own head he observing that the youth instead of cowering bore himself More loftily what Folly u this drink lad drink and i Hurt thee not. I love thy Gal Lant bearing and my game is not such As he added this with a wavering of manner which had never before been witnessed in him for never before had he been opposed so calmly and so fiercely and for a moment he quailed be Neath the fiery glances darted at him from one whom he supposed Meeker than a Dove but ashamed of his Tran civil to fear he added come to me poor bring with Liee thy Goblet Bend at my foot quaff it As i have said and out of paly i spare thy Young what was the astonishment of the the company on beholding Arnold As if effectually awed by a moment s reflection my the ferocity of so celebrated and deadly a foe actually do As he was commanded. He Rdse took the cup slowly approached the seat of Bis in Knelt raised the cup to his of same con Ard came hot and thick from the Croud of spectators who had Arisen in the excitement of their curiosity and stood eagerly Bend ing Forward Wil i every Eye upon the object of their contempt. A grim smile of Savage Triumph distorted the features of Menlo who shouted with a hoarse and Drunken laugh drink deep Down with it to the Dregs Arnold however touched the rim to his lips Aad wailed a moment s is Lem a with an expression s o scornful Aud composed that the hisses and Etc claymation a were again when every sound had ceased to a dead silence he said shall i refuse to drink to a name i once loved and Hon ored Gertrude la i rest of the fair he added suddenly raising and his figure with that dignity that silenced every breath Lor thee thou Drunken bragging foolish i scion i spit upon i defy thee and thus be punt hed Why base Imi Al in Solence and thy stupid As he spoke he dashed the contents of the ample Goblet Lull in the face of Mentz and then with All his strength the Massy Goblet at the same the giant peeled and sluggard hurled Maik. A few paces Back and amid the Shin ing liquor on his drenched clothes and doping features a Stream of blood Jas observed to trickle Down his foie head. Never before was popular feeling More and violently reversed. The object of their vilest flashed upon them with the immediate brightness Ota Superior being a loud and Buist of applause Bike from every lip till the Broad Kalteis above their head Anil foundation of the floor Shook and bled but the peal of Joy and approbation ceased for although this inspiring drama had so nobly commenced it was Uncertain How it might terminate. Before the to rant recovered from his stunned and bewildered trance into which the blow combined with the shame pain astonishment and drunk enness had thrown him after the obstreperous Calls Foi silence usual on such occasions addressed the youth who a tool Cool and erect with folded arms waning the course of events. I Brave Arnold Noble Arnold a Gallant deed the blood of a True gentleman in Bull canst thou fight cried one. I am Only a simple student and an artist by profession. I have devoted myself to the Pencil not the but thou inst use it a Little canst nol a liked another. But answered the South. And How Art thou with p pistol demanded a third. My hand is replied Arnold i have no skill in shedding human fore Gad then rash boy what has Terr Ted thee to this fatal extreme haired of replied the in All its forms and willing Ness to die rather than submit to in then thou Shalt and Ere to morph s Sun shall thundered Mentz starting up in a and with a hoarse and broken voice that made the hearts of the hearers shudder of if it were the howl of a dog or Demon. I Challenge thee to mortal and i except the it is for thee to name time place and weapon but As thou Lovest me Lei in be no longer than to Morrow night or i shall burst with rage and i love thee not base replied Arnold but thou Shalt Trot die so in glorious a death. I will fight the there fore by the Mother of heaven cried Menlo More and More upon Zed thou Art in Hast to sup in hell and the Ruffian lowered Bis voice Art thou mad be that my answered Arnold. I shall not be Likely to reel even in hell a companion so brutal As thou which i mean shall be the Case thou Bear we then be said Mentz though 16-night my band is not steady for wine and anger Are no friends to the thou refuse me de minded the youth with a sneer. B the mass not but to night dark the Moon is Down the stars Are clouded and the wind goes up in heavy puffs and a lists. Hear it even now said the youth apparently More coldly As his fierce rival grew More perceptibly fore will we Lay d9wn our lives Here in this Hall on this spot on this instant even As thou stand est there is no one Heie who will be my said Mentz so evidently sobered and subdued by the singular composure and self Possession of his antagonist that All present held him in contempt and no one stirred. cried Arnold i will myself forgo the same and your weapons said Mentz. Are cried Arnold drawing them from his bosom. A surer pair never Drew blood. The Choice is the company now began to fancy that Arnold had equivocate in Dis claiming skill As 4 due list and from his invincible composure thought him a More fatal master of the weapon than the bully himself. The latter himself also partook of this opinion. Young he cried in a Voise clouded and broken but stopped and said no further. X your Choice exclaimed Arnold presenting the pistols. Mentz seized one desperately and name you blood thirsty said Arnold there shall be no he Ihen turned Ard addressed the company in he said deem me not either Savage nor insane that i Sac re fice myself and this brutal wretch thus before your eyes and to certain and instant obstruction. For me i Conj fess i have no value in life. She whom i loved i have sworn to forget and if i existed a thousand years should prob ably never see again. This Ruffian is a Coward and fears to die though he does not fear to Merit death. I have Long heard of his baseness and regard him a an Assassin. The enemy of the human race and of god a dangerous beast Eliom it will be a virtue to mercy to destroy. My own i feel would be Well rid of but would not fling it away idly when its loss May be made subservient to the e destruction of vice and Here then i Heie too. This the Relief of humanity yield my breath and is close his coup Seo Der. My com pan any one hereafter Lude de Szalc t away a life which me despise and in a fierce tone t Plant thy Nisto inking Craven shall debauchery and Mur on Farewell should Chance to meet Ger jul her i have Flung i her falsehood made Low he said Ramg towards Mentz to my will company Tell to Lair Ber be the signal with an inter countenance but City and firmine Plant mine to Aljine. One of the Vej land the third num to ased paleness in with even More Fero Arnold threw off his Ca displaying his High Biow and Glossy ringlets lips were closed and Lus eyes which glistened with a deadly Glare were fixed on Menlo. Lie then placed himself in an attitude of firing broadened his expanded Chest full before his face and with a s amp of fury and impatience raised the the e weapon. The brow beaten Bally tempted to do the same but the Pis 1 held loosely in his grasp whether Accident or off before e signal. Its contents passed thro e garments of Arnold who levelled e Hia own and said calmly your log or you die unable any longer to support his rame the unmasked Coward sunk on loth Knees and prayed for life with fight Earnest vehemence. Again wild Mouts of applause and peals f riotous laughter stunned is is he Rose from posture Arnold touched him contemptuously ill his foot. Groans and hisses now Iegan to be mingled with divers mis gives. Mentz covered Tyis face with his hands and rushed from the room. He was never subsequently seen among at. I 193. Honesty the Best policy. An Little Stob. A Farmer called on Earl fit Zwill Kam to represent that Hial Rop of a neat had been seriously injured Ina Fielty adjoining a certain where i hounds Lical during the met to Hunt. He stated that the Oung wheat had been so Cut up and Deal moved that in parts he could not Hope Lor any produce. Ell my said lord ship j am aware we have frequently in that Field and that we have Mcfee considerable and if you can produce an estimate of the loss you have sustained i will repay the Farmer replied that anticipating his lordship s consideration and kindness he had requested i Friend to assist him in estimating the damage and As they thought the crop seems d quite destroyed fifty dollars not More than repay him. The Earl immediately gave Hon the Money. As the Harvest however approached the wheat grew and in those parts of the Field that were trampled the Corn was the strongest and most luxuriant. The Farmer went again to his ship and being introduced said i am come my lord respecting the Field of wheat adjoining such a Jughe instantly recollected the Circum stances. Well Fey Friend did i not allow you sufficient to remunerate you for the yes my lord i have found i have sustained no loss at All for where the horses had most Cut up the land the crop i a most promising Aud i have therefore brought the filmy dollars Back a exclaimed the venerable Earl this is what i like thu is what ought to be Between Man ant he then entered into conversation with the Farmer asking him Soma questions about his Many children he had his lordship then went into another room returning the Farmer a Check for one Hundred dollars. Take care of this and when your eldest son is of age present it to him and Tell the occasion that produced we know not which Musl to Admire Benevolence or the Wisdom displayed by this illustrious Man for while doing a Noble act of generosity he was handing Down a lesson of integrity to another generation. Glood counsel. No Young Man can Hope to Rise in. Society or worthily his part in life without a fair moral character. The basis of such a character is a virtuous fixed or a deep fixed sense of moral obligation sustained or invigorated by the fear and love of the youth who possesses such a Char Acter can be trusted. Integrity Riith Benevolence and Justice Are not with him words without meaning he knows and be teels their sacred import and Aims in their tend of his life to exemplify the Virtues they express.1 such a min has Independence of character Hub thinks acts for himself and is a tool to serve the Pur a Man has a True Ter and ire is a Bles to his family to society friends to attain this to virtue and moral sex iia is the first the in Dis pen Eible qualification of a Good citizen. It imparts had and strength and Beauty not Only to individual character but to All and interests of society j it a indeed the Dew and rain not to be a pose of party Worth of Char sing to Hinse and to the Vav aim alien character Wellence. That nourish which Wear thu Lek once met a i with the be glory of its perpetual Friendship. The Vine and Fig tree by i shaded and refreshed. Humming Bird being pleased of its person and this Ings made an offer of i Cann at. To think of was the re once spurred at me and called me a crawling exclaimed the hum always entertained the highest rest Jet for such Beautiful Lam Tures As pc perhaps you do Slid the other but Witten you insulted me i so let me give you this piece of advice never insult the Huoi ble As they May one Day become you de Ter mid to it lbs u the Eola the bad shilling

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