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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 11, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaNew volume Sixx did july 1 341. S lady s and gentle Nan s Magazine. Increase in the this highly popular edition having More less than six a proprietor to commence , with the jul number untied in the most the first of a new final engravings or that shall surpass by other american a edition to the fact that e Lent of the very the engraving of re it must be fihe subject american pictures by the newest thai Cau before the Public. Cushions. It must that the portion plate Tai me Are Best in colouring and can be found in Avo rec in this country or in be y Are engraved and coloured by the can produce and Ayi irom the latest design. London and y be relied upon As the pc i the United for n which they Are issued re for colouring thin any action and quays have the Tribulis. In addition to or Ray original contrib i the my game has thus lir been made Ber More of he Best wit by of that spice and a c looked for in the literacy in the new volume. And pastimes. This inter re of the a Jenzine red As important to Young i a m fact to All Young or in the of the in in. Articles in this do ill be from acknowledged the ver Best authority lib. A magic nil their own. Read a pig that tells Din Home i Jond the sky a in re uie spirit wills the god on High vet thir crowns of living Light 1 i y Down at his feet to sek tins and the child of to trove Greet. Low Whitt dark shadows fall on the heart and on the brain where earthly pleasures pall and Tho Horom throbs null pain there with kindly lingering stay on their mini try of love they smooth the Thorn away and Point to rest above e. E. C. It Uniat and a f. H. Smith from the United states. A Village Temperance meeting. The Village of non Dale is pleasantly situated in the sentral part of a neigh Boring slate. Far removed from the Bustle and turmoil of Largo cities it might enjoy an uninterrupted quietude were it not for the effects and influence of King alcohol a kind ofom present Home in places the most obscure As Tell As the most pub Lic. This Beautiful Little Village contains two Hundred and fifty inhabitants among which Are two physicians one re Ergo Man and one Justice of the peace. It contains one distillery two taverns and three places in All Folie manufacture of the distiller makes All the rum he can and Sells All a makes except what he drinks himself. The storekeepers sell All they can and keep some Choice qualities to catch shy customers come or said one of these Vil merchants loan individual on one occasion come sir what can i sell Honor to Day nothing or. To Day times Are too hard to make but Catchpenny understood the game and when he had got shy fellow in conversation upon the news of Tho Day he stopped As if suddenly recollecting ii Ethma and said "0, or. Syfel i had almost forgotten to ask you r opinion of some Choice liquor which i purchased in Philadelphia last at the same time producing it shining Cut Glass decanter. Or. Shy fellow smacked his Mips and pronounced the fiery Demon first tast ing it again he soon began to feel As if limes were not really so hard As he had at first supposed and soon began to make purchases. And before he left the store he made a Large Bill which he would soon have to pay when he became sober. Thus were things managed at the stores while the publicans strive which could get the most Public Mee Tings and make the most such were the state of things in the Village of Newdale when Jahries Winn a sober minded common sense Man the brother of one of the storekeepers hav ing heard of the Temperance Reforma Tion determined upon having a meeting for that purpose of forming a s Briety in his native and much loved the preliminary arrangement were soon effected and the Novelty of the meeting brought out a Large number to Tho school House. Or. Winn called the meeting to order and or. John Sloan was appointed chairman. Or. Sloan was a pious and judicious Man of advanced age and Well qualified to command respect he was moreover a True Friend to every object that had in View the Benefit of his neighbors and would willingly Aid in rooting out the Demon that was destroying the peace of so Many families. Or. Sloan briefly explained the objects of the meeting that the design was to form a temper Ance society and that they now were prepared to head any remarks upon the subject. A Short pause ensued the or. Slack Aiose and after a variety of curious re Marks said that lie could not see what they wanted with a Temperance society that it a City that men must chink liquor to give them strength to labor that it was the Best Medicine that Providence had that he to an such nonsensical affair As a temp Cratice society. The Clergyman of the Village the Rev. Tobias Van fiddle faddle next took the door and in the course of a a pay Long speech that Temperance a very Good thing in us place Lut that men must not to coerced into any in Cassie in which pledges Are concerned that there were no warrant in Sci Plure for forming such societies that lie or one should have nothing to do with the matter his duty As a minister was to preach the gospel and persuade All to join the Church that was the Only society men it re Icli ii Edlo join that he should not us it with or countenance any society but what in the Bible that it was the duty of All to unite with the , and As Good to avoid drunkenness and every other sin that he had no More right to ask a Man to pledge themselves against drinking than against adultery or covetousness oi1 any thing and i do continued the Rev. Or. Van fiddle faddle that temper Ance societies been the cause of much evil for i know that individuals n a moment of weakness been induced barrel of charcoal As a Man of your Trade. No or. Anvil you re not the Man for me. You la Neve r catch me a Girt a to Church with a Blacksmith. Indeed miss returned the rejected Lover As he planted his hat firmly on hrs head and beat it Down with his go further fare worse that s my look retorted the girl. Her third suitor was a he also was an industrious Young Man of Good character and doing a thriving business. But not the Man for Molly she called him or. Wax declared she was not to be strap Ped to the Side of any m an of his cloth and wondered How he could be such awl sufficient fool As to think of com ing Zerello court her. To make a Long the scornful miss Molly rejected Sun dry other respectable lovers of her own degree while she was waiting for a High offer. But she waited in vain the higher offer never came. At the age of Twenty five beginning to fear that she might Over stand her Market she humbled her Pride so much As to re solve on accepting a Farmer if she could get one. But no Farmer come to woo. Joshua ploughshares had Long since got married and other Young Farmers had heard too much of the Pride of the scorn Ful Molly to think of troubling her with. A similar suit. At the age off 26 she concluded to accept of a Blacksmith a Shoemaker or any other respectable Mechanic who might Chance to court Ler. But or. Anvil too had Long since married and the Young Man whom she stigmatized by the name of Wax had succeeded in softening the heart of a More susceptible lass so that he was married in a month afterwards. As to those of her rejected suitors who were still unmarried they had no objection whatever to see her wait. It s Good enough for her. The scornful miss Molly who refused so Many of the most Respecta ble Farmers and mechanics will be Kosp Aprl newspaper

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