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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 28, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaH Hall Appel in y removed to. And from or but Whita a Tow i aimed at nothing gha its 10 Feefe the meat pure. Terry efficiently ears past i been e. And the in d read and the Feria t tone of he it literature of where approved and St of names of the writers in Ameris number of English Alicles of j ear irom the Jyh Ingraham a ulker of a w n Frost Philadelphia. C. Brooks Baltimore. Wines to in the Navy. Fary Alt author of Peter Sim. Morris new York. In. England. By Kemble Buler Njamin new York. V Jerrold England Neal charcoal sketches. American Boz new York in Titan Baltimore. Vest Thompson Phila. Emper Dresden n. Y. Solle editor saturday Grerr Post. Mellon new York. Fps Der editor of Columbia adv Hor of Sigourney Hartford. Horine e. Waterman Phila n Stephens n. Y. Will England editor of the monthly Magazine. Mitchell Phila. Ontgomery England. Akin and e. To Den editor Day courier Potla. Amp Jones Baltimore. Of Washington City. F. Ellett Boston. Las Dunn English Phila. Tion to this Brilliant array of town to Fame the listing huh is of a Host of Fri Ordinary abilities j character to the pages of the s. The series of Well known Myers entitled crusing in the have hid a run unequalled Ries published in any Maga years. The author promises he first of a new series of ales of the sea his known abilities As a de sea scenes and life much May upon from him in maintaining Larity of the Magazine. A be expected during the vol from the author of the Well tic los entitled the log of the author of Srajn ind also lend his powerful soul pen to sustain and increase Taniou of the work. The ral i of the author of leaves in port has also been we May expect 1 More thrilling from the Capa res which a Long life in the n has enabled him to Lonal chit Chat with Jerny ind Over old fellow with a variety of Choice a Rose and verse from various Fri Lionly As to intent of the editors of froth heir services under the with such an array Octal Rine of unrivalled by be pronged port pud Geo. R wot Comer of Cheurfa d Popper twice nun us for to in All done to orto it o. B. Ron ulue Riber is now Revei a Ortw Iron from which who be m or a 1140. Ellor at tit id Tioga a a lest and Crow d. Printed a nth Fri Blishel every wednesday by s. P. Wellsboro Tygh vtell9dorough, Tioga county a conditions. No for a Shorter period 0 s s i the following is that it should its truth. To publish Iwitha Hope that it May reach some who Are guilty no for a Shorter period v j v j than six months nor will any paper be Discon thoughtlessness of the odious tinted until Del arrearage Are paid but at the practice there set Rorth. The Mirror option of Tho publisher. Thus held up with such excellent tact diver thementha making not More Man a Square must reflect too detestable a picture to will be three limes fur one Dollar and y subsequent insertion Twenty five cents. Ties. This woman did not create these stories. She heard them All the individuals who told them to her Little thinking that they in turn would be perhaps from he subjects of similar remarks to j Fiauu ii Urier reply oni the very persons whose affairs they too much delicacy to proclaim were . Roisin o .1 a i were communicating. Must reflect too be endured for a moment. It is copied from a Date Vork by Sedgwick. Iron. Trio in exceeding six lims a Iii be called Means and from the Section on conversation rust St stare and Ollinse making six fit is 3-4 for Lime after. The Price fur one or a Liberal reduction to those idea life by the year j7" All letters Ami communications must be postpaid to nil mention moral. Pulpit influence. At Iho consecration of the Church of the located on trontis Waverly new Voik and erected at an expense of s the rpm. Orville Drucy who ii Pistor of the Church held the following language of an immensely numerous auditory the great Orrne of pro Chersin the pro sen Day do notillo the Phil the principles of human nature Joy and and misery. If stands aloof from the beaten pith of life and turns n to human pities. Tho pulpit does not know the pm scions of in mind. The biblical Edwy Chr Dir ours however run Borally dra v n up Bis unfortunately nothing to do the Mpr mined of feeling that swell who human Howait almost to the Parent docs not sufficiently consider Tho respect and temp Dlhy duo to the passions of to child the pulpit docs not consider Thajo things As it ought it 11 a theological tub at Sei without rudder or com Viss and contains no map most prevailing of conversation in our country believe in All social communities it gossiping. As weeds most infest the richest soils so gossiping most abounds amidst the social Virtues in Small towns where there is the most extended Mutual acquaintance where persons live in the closest relations resembling a Large family Circle. To disturb the Swert of the Little communities by is strictly to forfeit the Benefit of one of the kindest arrangements of Providence. In great Anil Busy cities where peo ple live in total ignorance of their neigh Bors whore they cannot know How they live and hardly know when they die there is no Remlin mood and there if no gosh ppm 15 it need there be this poisonous Weed Ming the Lowers blight upon the fruit my Young friends you May understand better precisely what comes under the head of a gossip pm if i Jive you some examples of it in a cent in Small thickly settled town there lives a family consisting of a Man its wife and his wife s he has a Little shop it May is a jew it is not because she is my replied Mary. Well what is it Mary s dropped on her work but she made no other reply. She had her we 11 i f a Good areas Anu she that would we think of persons did not Lell How Matilda having had a who went about collecting for exl ubi Small sum of Money which Las to examples of the warts Wens and have been invested in a new sick gown cancers with which their fellow beings gave it instead to her kind aunt Sally were afflicted and yet would not the who was sinking under a Long i Dispo employment be More More sit Ion which her physicians said might humane at least than this gossip Mon be removed by a journey. It we believe Matilda Little cared we have heard such talk As follows Bow much these Gizis gossiped Between ladies wives and mothers the her dyed frock. We find a Marriett Man s in the Pittsburg manufacturer of a Date Date. Who manufactured it we Are unable to say but to use i closes we Are not very certain but that it is one of the richest pieces of Rev Eric that we know we could Point to some capital ones written and unwritten wives of educated men and persons who were called educated women have you heard that err a Ellis is going to Washington to Washington How on Earth can Julia Ivers turned the conversation by saying Don t you Thirsk it strange mrs Sauford lets Maria ride out with writer Isbel yes indeed and what is a i guv Cut y Hilll Wanai is the s a Winter in washing yet accept presents from him Oil Ftp Iii ton their Why does she exclaimed Julia they Are not particular staling open her eyes and taken quite Debl to and they have six Aback by another person knowing a bit Ami find rather a of gossip which had not yet reached Market her have you Hea d the Newton s Are yes she does he a nought Ber Inree to the country to plants from new York and the wears a ring which he must have Given her for you know the Sanford could what a Blockhead my brother Terr is j not of marry or rather perhaps i should say what a Blockhead not to marry Soma Twenty five years Foi i suppose he d hardly get any decent sort of take him As old As he is poor fellow what a for Lorn desolate kind of a life he leads no wife to take care of Chil Dren to love Domestic enjoy snug and comfortable Home whole no. 141. _ bachelors Are not such Wender Lul footer All. They go to their pillows it night with fio cares on their they have once got asleep nothing comes a disturb their Short of the Heuse being on fire can reach their peaceful condition., no getting Uji in tie cold to Valk up and j i the room for an hour or two i a squalling Young Valet As my has been for the last five or six s. It s an astonishing thing to perceive what a passion our Little Lou Isa exhibits for cry ing so sure As the clock strikes three she begins and her quiet again i the strength her uns r straightforward t for the life of the Young villains bless me no what s that know when they Uliey to educate their Ehrl Drin iwo or you know the Sanford could a mood and there bul dress maker Sally Smith who not afford to buy such things and be to or o its for mrs. Newton says Shew sides hey never do worn out with dinner parties. He i have Given but a specimen runs the House Down with company Ous characters and circumstances which of i suspect they Are obliged to go were discussed till the Young gossips to economize. You know she or cafes were interrupted by a proposition from her children so extravagantly. I saw he president that the Lume of Tho so Mary Newton at the is not piety should be changed As she older with a Diamond said the Little charities they t id with for Moniere their Needles were a poor offset Diamond was it Julia told me it uncharitable Ness of their was an Aqua Mai inn. The extravagance Here is a species of gossiping no of some people is shocking i Don t Grav ated by treachery but bad As this me Rulf out of my with the reason breakfast does not come h up i be been waiting for this half j u p at sent off hour. I forgo nay the Lac As i a mob. Cook to Market for some trash or other for Dick s cold. She cuddles that boy to death. But after All i ought not to find fault with Tom for not a wife for he has Lent me a Good Deal of Money that came quite convenient Atud i suppose Tho Joung ones will have All he s Worth when he Dies poor fellow they la want afraid for although my business does very Well thinly Rise it Virjust slips away o clock u ill Llu in , it to c j a Jug n. Cru Jig 19 . 1 ii j l Foj j i y jul Dull to ii is what wonder that men Are out of la sometimes committed More from we Cill a store no matter which since he earns enough to live most comfortably Midi the help of his wife and Sis Ter who Aro noted for their Industry or Chart of Tho mind. The Pul land Economy. One would think that else my husband complains of he pit should operate Junt like a Hietpa they had nothing to do but to enjoy find fault with any extravagance pcs connecting the. Whole army of their own and Aid and pity favored than Don t fell it attain because Ned Miller thoughtlessness than malice. A Gir is told me in Confidence. He invited to pass a week or a month has locked up nil his wife s Woik pocket handkerchiefs. else my husband complains of he can t How Ucli thit is Bug blessed and Beautiful in the world 14 now rejected and kept aloof by the pulpit its existence doubled its appeals rejected. Tho Miny Beautiful and blowing Pas Sions that thrill through the human Oul the lineaments of mortal love the affections and sympathy Between the sexes Tho majesty of natural am Pithy who Panje of the blow the self Sasufie i Leuling of the Success Ful student in science to immortal feeling of affection that would yield up a mortal life for the objects of its love the sense of All lungs Beautiful in nature and Art j i dict religion thai breathes in the and on the can Vass and in poetry. With these the pulpit too Seldom communes. Hence the up pit is so often useless and its nominations worthiest. The religion of the pulpit must to practically connected with All the relations movements Hopes fears Joys pains sufi brings and unions of human life or it is Barren and nugatory in its results. And of so much importance do i deem this prac tical religion that i shall Nover find tune to talk upon Points of sectarian controversy. I have studied human nature. I Wal walk and talk with human nature from the pulpit in this Church. I know v y p----------.-------. Hill All the. Hades and grades of life yes but minds have run to waste shall come to hear me. All that love and there is some taint l at their them . But instead of this they Volunteer to supervise All the sins follies and Short comings of their., neighbors. The husband is not a silent he does his full share of this Low work of this gossiping Trio. Go to see them when you will you May hear the last news of Ivory Amily within a half a mile. For example As follows 150 for his new Wigon and he had no need of a new one Lac old one has not run More than two mrs has got a new hired help hut she won t stay Long it s come Ami go there mrs had another new gown at meeting yesterday which makes the fifth in Jess than a j ear and every one of their girls had new Riband in their it is a Good thing to have Rich friends but for my part i had rather Wear my old Riband there go Sam Bliss s people with a barrel of flour it was but yesterday she was at the judges begging of the widow Day s girls were it meeting but they can walk woman has to account Cliotis Soiu s for which to brought into judgment. I Hope it May appear incredible to you my Young friends that woman the knowledge of their immortal destiny with a world without them and a world within to explore and make a Ray be in a family. Admitted to Inch an intimacy she May see and hear much that the family would not wish to have reported. Circumstances often occur and Afa which no harm would come if they were published to the world provided what went before and came after could Ike Wiso be known but taken out of their connection they make a false impression. It is by relating the disjointed Mircu nuances and repeating fragments of conversations that so Mui a mischief is done by those admitted into the bosom of a family. You know that with the arabs Par taking Salt Isa pledge of and getting the three girls and their two Brothers ready for school. F me starving Here ail t the plague has become of my newspaper i wonder that Young Rascal Tom has carried it off i dare say to read in school when to aught to be poring Over his lie s a great torment that boy. But no matter in parents upon them should so Dishonour god s Good gift of tie Tongue should so waste their Poison social life. But be on your guard. If your minds Are not employed on higher objects and your hearts on better things you will talk idly your friends and acquaintances. The habit of gossiping begins in youth. I once attended a society of Young persons from thirteen to seven teen years of age who met for Benevo Lent purposes. Is this Reading or talking asked one of the girls. Replied the president i have brought Percy s Relique eats up the profits with a Large la i 1-y As mine. Let How Lio i to feed Day there s my wife and he4 two we ,t8 a three and the four hat the plaque has become and Lucy and Sarah and Jane and then there s the Cook and the House maid and the and the woman that comes every Day to Wash and do Odd jobs about the teen then there s the sixteen surely there must be i m sure i made it out seventeen when i was reckoning up last sunday morn ing at chum ii there must be another somewhere let me see again wife wife s Sisters boys it s my Faith i have so Many to think of and provide for that i forget Mysell half the time. Yes that makes seventeen. Seventeen people to feed every Day is no joke and somehow or other they All have most furious Appe tites but then bless their hearts it s pleasant them eat. What a havoc they do make of the buckwheat j a of a brother Nall. Done Feyer and ague is editing the following from a Papen printed at the far West shows the shaking propensities of the which even editors those Lucky characters Are unable to escape. Read the follow ing without a touch of the and you do better than we can any How. Mark in what a fit the following. Out As soon As the Sun is Down a Tiver Tuii Ljuca this is but a specimen of the talk of of English poetry to read to you these unfortunate people who seemed not that get Reading asked jul to have turned their Home into a com Mon sewer through which All the sins and foibles of the neighbourhood run re Ivers. Theses Are old ballads and yes i suppose it will be called Light and poetry and painting and ,.g, uui4 nut. Section and All that life Lovely ind i know whence they shall come. From the loved Home and fond Hus from the desk the store the the hearts. The noted gossip miss makes o then i vote against it Mother dont approve of Light Reading Julia who had the lightest of All learning and Beauty and j -11 a 1____l__ to t. 41 Utu we r l 11 oly been a stranger she divides her time preferred talking to any Reading and of without loss of Limp she began to a knot such a gratitude for by never making any disparaging re Maiks or id e communications Alquit those into whose families you received i know persons who will say Unble Bingly i am Sura that or. So and so is not kind to his wife. I saw enough to convince is of that Nhen i was there s. Is very mean in her family How do you know i am sure i ought to know for i staid a month in her House if 3-011 wish to be Ron need that mrs. L. Has no government Over her go and Stry there a week As i did b s and their stepmothers try to live happily together but if you were in Thair family As much As i am you would see there in no love lost Between nov you Young friends that tie very reason should haves Alad of your Faith in her evil report. I have dwelt Long on. This topic of gossiping my Young friends because _. _ poor Tom knows nothing of All there he lives All alone by himself in boarding House with nobody near him that cares a brass Farthing whether he lives or Dies. No affectionate wife to nurse him and coddle him up when he s sick no Little rattlers about him to keep him in a Good dawning intellects whose developed ment he can amuse himself with watch no he Sand keep All his comforts re got. Can shake hands with an Earth quake crack jokes with a Tornado dance on the top of a Volcano Oul a Thunder storm what e ind out of Cou-1 emf Cioa i Iii c tandem catch he and boil them in the cute of Vitis we can kiss a pretty woman and laugh when we feel our Cheek Tingle under the infliction of her 1111ii9u11 Wlliet watch Xii uti _ after to study his we cannot write editorials when wishes and keep All his comforts ready. Our 8sue fit is threatening to make ten it has t that woman got la Lousind lit be stars from who fragments Back from the Market yet it i feel remarkably hungry. Sed if my wife likes it but there s no joke in having the breakfast Back for an hour. Of by the Way i mus. Re member to buy All those things for the children to Dav. Christmas is close at by Bein rens because where she a previous rinds and the most voluble of tongues As i said before i believed it to be referred Talkin to an Rea sons she is social agreeable talking of per wins a too easy she returns Home with pre Volling fault in our Young and Socia country the Only sur8 my of sex of the presents she Means to put in their stockings. More their school Bills coming in too i re member before i was married i used to think what a Delight it would be to educate the Young rogues myself but a Man with sick bed the Market the and she Wilh crowded streets and trom family "19 surface of the Ever bounding knows that or. And mrs. So and Anri so. Who Are Sti dosed to live a Noil. Yes indeed she had on a new silk fora Manci who Are supposed to Hoir from this routine and of bad jerm9 that thing we will i saoirse Ashu broke the hearts of two other women to human free from 5 she knows that is the very thing i wanted to you were taken in nothing but her old hearts i All kinds and degrees of gos sipping Are As distasteful to an elevated character As Gross and unwholesome food is to a Well trained appetite. Old my Young Tom is see when does his birth Day next month As i m a f then he will be fourteen. Boys let me p and of 14 d not Ter that hut that a must Purchase one nearer the Cut Gyman can Tyau hear "0 Well enough plainly i can perfectly Well then what of be the Trott Bla " Why there Are so Many to found 01 soup full Iona w511 no Ibi Iii yearn Nave a in be Recny we then on the Earth j. Been to live harmoniously committee of investigation. I took i what Ojnik the Trott Bla i Why there Are so Man lived in or 7 with a step Motihar Are really eminent 8ood Leok at la As she stood in the door. Catch what Sousay first to baby y wretched she heard that or. J2. She could t deceive me with aunt a Mach my k it who apparently is in very flourishing wedding sky Blue dyed Blade 7 been on the Brink of Idon think Matilda would cart the with Hwd eternal in the Rhea bankruptcy for the last ten years whether you were deceived or j where shall Iribe sort and could this woman find nol Hins in u3 youngest Mem which .1 to him that Sineth unon visiting a new scene to excite her mind Ber of the society Ico Loring up to her to him that Sineth upon e throne and to the Lamb Fer Ever and i dolt think Matilda would cart the style of Junius writes Cole you were or sort of metre Law of Aid Mary Morns the youngest Mem which a balance of Phasis and anti the visiting a new scene to excite her mind Ber of the up to her thesis when he gets out this aphorism but Sneh Trumper we have Gitcin metre into a sentence of five or six 8aid iine8 to tag nothing can exceed to Wulc jul Lull 11 i Liol j l it c v c Voll you this example to show that the sin 0 of gossiping pervades some commune r that Matilda is you Cousin of this world on which we live. All that we mean to say is that a Man be expected to do much when be is alternating Between those agreeable Stales of heat and some old Philo Sonrier were of opinion would be punished it first parboiled and cast into an ice Bath and this process was to be continually repeated. Only think onto a whole eternity of fever and aggie. A poet once said variety s Tho spice of life that lends existence half but the poet although he was at theory knew nothing at All of practice. Hot and cold cold and there s variety no about it unless quinine comes under that Genius and so far from lending existence to any thing it knocks a Man into Nonen Ity much quicker than a Railroad could was a fool. Should fever and ague for the his army and his left been fruits from All quack medicines of the 2 to that nov for Tome time to. Id commanded by major general for him la by gettc.? watch or Brandon m. D he would t quite Salver do that so instead of conquering the is is soul the Young Vipham has Learned witha Anh of clothes seemed to be strongly perfumed with Cigar smoke. Att old new England Divina of Shiloh nos a j enl iness of the English. Les of an Oil wow is Ogiana divine used to Heigho fathers have Many Troub idea nonsense in the pulpit s and i can t thinking Eom Eliares i out r 6 modern aame opinion

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