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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 27, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaP. Magill use cents. Nou Chesno link for cents for one or three insertions the discount to yearly advert Llera Ira tar 381, 1845. Manners Jayne s Carmi e most decided Adache griping of the i Hove medicines 20 Soua third piles Are caused forms. Ies by removing healthy tone to Thisie is caused r a Auenson Massage by the Coyne s sex net Jpn with the s th1? disease at is a pleasant and onary affections. P d of r their Chili s the cd Olic and Roach and bowels. Of thousands not of convulsions train of nervous age is the Only a oration to health is id to remove the nod effectually lenses the lung while at the s them. Z spread thy Light wings and flee wild Honey Bee thy treacherous kiss hath Nile to Tutto Bell thy f Sweet Citron Bloom Jas cent e Sweet breath the Breeze a f Ifie Long summer a cold jews Anise away spread thy Light wings and flee wild Honey spread thy wings and free poor Honey Bee i plunder d Sweel for i East inv Waxen Palace Hoard thy treasure m whilst thus thy selfish feast providing Poiler cometh to Ziy Refuge nil tos thy is it spas All s o or with thee Sweet Honey Bee calf Blaa for those of at is Sully for that of Render the persons More rational and sociable were in of import net he Panfi Energy what do to control her but yet but yield she would otherwise worry h in to death with her pee lishness the to Tang couple did not pause they reached the very outskirts of nation when William purchased with Little capital a tract of land in what now Iowa. Territory at that period Bat few inhabitants and the nearest neighbor of the Johnsoni was at Many Miles distance. But they did not get out of her heart they that privations therefore when Bis had made up were before their minds them and from saturday East or West. Weaves. W trouble came they did not shrink from the meeting. To conquer difficulties it is Only necessary to look them in the face. Acting on this Rule William and his wife were re ally astonished at the facility with which they accommodated themselves to their Tion a barn was erected which divided into two apartments serve door the first year As a Home for both themselves and the cattle. The Prairie was ploughed up and the Corn jut in. Tre crop turned out very fair. The used to second year a be self at quite a convenient be struck began w the father angrily Gauthe Box on the ear which almost prostrated the child. Take that yom Young he i declare you Are always abusing that said the Mother with the of fender was a Favourite. John More to blame than him. Never mind my said addressing the crying boy. James darted a look at his wife that seemed to say he would strike her if he then he sullenly set himself to drink Tea after which picking up his hat he left the House without a word such scenes were usual in that once affect and whence was the primarily from Elan s selfishness. From the Day that Abe refused to go West with her husband things had gone a correspondent of the St Louis Gazette is severe the subjoined but we lemme Forpe of the rebuke is in Sope rotted May we not also intimate to fact this which complained of May arise from a tendency in a portion of the Massif file part of creation to presume Apon to unjust inferences from a less reserved behaviour it intimate that a lady should i won enter into cd Gen. Dog. After the Barowka the Hoth rations. Were of the bottle Coho Beer. Ttran9port, Field 1 f action the. Whole Pic but my part of Tuefel in appeared Jon to Jay general Rousseau Fen eur january ral of lne Dii Mon the number ment which5-seems to intended to i do a whip one of the poodle kind try How Yar the of the town j had been left in Quarte Shipon the and might to worked upon a i Vance of the French Force Iii Ding that the at the e new theatre in the Haymarket on j a who is Majied Nejat the ,16th inst., is to be seen b person performs the several most sur prising viz., first retakes nation strangers. Butt Tio Nate household change it arose she need not a Star that terrible stiff buc krate look As if so were afraid St me stranger would address her i no of patting should As soon think Rattlesnake or a common from any o distance Frem our found time to worse arid worse. The Little Money which James possessed had All spent before he obtained a place and even then far below what he had been that they were put to Feal Ellen however had Learned by experience i Don t Kwh but we shall times Lett said mrs. Johnson William Nils of going out Coin West said her auditor would be burying yourself i d Booner starve a come to that replied mrs. Quietly for there is no work any mechanics. William says Are Sura of food at any dismay. Mil 1 know if he goes he calculates on hav James go with your husband May said the sister commodious and Johnson took care that it should be and by transplanting some creepers beside door she made it picturesque. The on was. Enormous. Our emigrants had by this time become thoroughly at Home in residence and Jane understood far Ming almost As Well As if she had brought up to it. The third year still fur ther comforts were added to their Bouse and William whose agricultural operations been very successful began had to regard him one evening on dress what was absolutely required for the Purchase of necessaries. This i Providence led them into debt. The temper of the wife and husband both gave Way As poverty James could never find any thing like neat Ness or Comfort at Home and Ellen declared she slaved herself to death and he had no right to ask More of the one grew pee Vish the other irritable. Their children at length became subjects of Contention be tween them each had a pet and quarrels were frequent. James at length nearly wholly abandoned his borne spending his evenings generally at the tavern or elsewhere abroad. No an Alligator As addressing her when look in thus. Many of our travelling ladies often complain of the want of gallantry and polite Neis or. The part of gentlemen who Are fellow travellers but no wonder. They display so for personal attentions Are so frigid and even pouting in their return of thanks that a Man feels provoked for having taken any pains to be polite at it difficult perhaps to hit upon the just that Nice instinct of propriety which adapts itself exactly to the Circum stances and does neither More nor less than the occasion requires is not possessed by All and we have no doubt that the very ladies referred to As being so frigid and so pout in the acknowledgement of attentions reality m Tich embarrassed and did ing were in not know exactly what to say or How to be have. They appeared to be impolite not from insensibility to kindnesses but from a want of self Possession and acquaintance with the world. When such is the Case gentle men and it often is the Case continue to be civil on the principle that virtue is its own tutors and thereon Plaja music of every instrument now in use and likewise sings to surprising perfection. Secondly he presents you a common wine bottle which any one present May first examine this bottle is placed in a table in the Middle of the stage and he without any equivocation goes into it in the sight of All the spectators and sings in it during his stay in the bottle any per son May handle see plainly does a common tavern those on the stage or in the boxes May come in masked habits if agreeable to and the performer if desired will inform them who they the display of these wonders was to occupy two hours arid a half. The advertisement also promised that the conjurer after the performance would show to any gentlemen or ladies for As tra Bois phrases it a proper the likeness of any de ceased Friend or with whom they might also Converse would Tell their secret thoughts and would give them a full View of persons whether dead , who had injured them from the Battle set in found inf at night in his dreary rest tag place and expressed afflict Oti by moans and by Licking hands i. When the fatal crisis look place. Boors after he seemed fully aware of change attached himself close and for three Days which was offered arrangements hav ing Beau made for the interment of the dead the body of the general was Lite the rest committed to its honorable grave. The Dojk Lay Down upon the Earth which covered jibe beloved remains and evinced by silence Aii deep dejection his sorrow for the. Loss lie had stained. The i English general Graham whose Fine feelings be prompted him to superintend the 5 to the Gallant slain observed Doe the friendless at the same time with the above Adver Hall not go with him murdered slowly by a Backwoods he. There s in went they soon Cam. Back again and to hear of the Priva that poor woman underwent would Al most break your heart. I Don t see for my part the men can b. So cruel .8 to ask their wives to go into such a mrs. Johnson sighed but 6av. No answer she had been deputed to sound her sister a Law s had feared they would prove a Dvorske to her husband s plan. It was Wil Jiam s wish that his brother should Compa by them but h. Knew that if Ellen opposed it then Wood to no Hope. In a Short time mrs. Johnson departed. Well my said Bei husband when he came in to supper what is the news is Euen Willins to give up the dress and gos sip of the City for the quiet and competence of i Western life the wife related the substance of her con tees action that afternoon. It the husband Shook his head mournfully. "1 am sorry for poor or. John son said for i know he wishes to go. But Wei this wife makes up her mind there is me in opposing her. If James attempts to Region Frith her she will urge a thousand arguments against it though telling him at the tame Lime she is ready to go if it kills her and he will give Way at once for he will that she would always be fretting in he took her at her word. Poor James his wife is one of those thoroughly selfish persons who look Only at own Comfort and pro has enough for herself and children Prairie stretched out. Before them said who Rould Exchange a life like this where Shervis comparatively Little care for Nerau Ai Lut i i header have you Ever met with the on i Reward. But ladies should remember also be j Jiuu is required from them in of tis ement there came Forth another which have either been intended to put the in their guard by its May Public i that very i William i nals of our Story they exist around you v v William far a Man will dolt to Al Telf if you doubt our words. There Are Moat and put himself to a great beside James Johnson and his wife Dea of majority of men wrong in life have reaped j think himself abundantly repaid others the fear of when our children grow up continually frets we shall Baye a farm apiece for them besides a competency for ourselves in old a. How much better tins will be than to have remained in the East where we should have had a struggle on from year to year scarcely Able to make both meet and where a thousand f Success of our children in life would have be tet us even if penury had not come to us out before our yes replied his wife and How much Mare rational is a life spent Here inhere the beauties of nature fill the mind with Eleva Ting than in an overgrown City where the hours not Given to labour or stolen from sleep Are devoted to enervating amuse ments. When i look Back on the empty show and hollow hearted Ness of a great town i know How to prize As they deserve the plainness and real kindness which meet me everywhere i wonder what poor James is doing now. Said William sadly. His last letter was written in a very melancholy said his wife their lot is very different from ours. Here we Are sitting after the toil of the Day with the Cool evening Breeze wafting towards us the perfume of a by a smile and a word of a t Matt in thank you much the unbidden preacher. The Story which Fallows we do not recollect to have seen in print though there is no debt of its truth. It is too Good to be lost. Is not sorry to have Given you it is if it be with As it sometimes happens who has not Leso veld. Never to do Good natured action again and holds a a woman i there is Force s mile than she is aware of and he belongs Ghe Souid Eatn As an essential part of Edu is youth. Cation How to use it Grace and Propri morning As the congregation of Tyi especially in the reception of such Volun catch Charleston had nearly All As Ary attentions As Are essential to her Comfort d for worship and the worthy pastor Wolfen for , or. Whiskers gives up to commence the services a Fine hi3 Good Church or when Herod or to make their credulity if possible still More glaring in Case they should accept the invitation of the Bettle conjurer. It purported to be issued by signer capitello jumped lately arrived from Italy a sur prising Dwarf no taller than a tobacco who could perform Many wonderful Equi Libria on the tight and Slack Repe transform his body into above ten thousand different shapes and postures and who after having diverted the spectators two hours and a half would open his Mouth wide and jump Down his own this most wonderful lest wonder of All wonders As Ever the world won dered expressed his willingness to try body Mourner Drew him now no longer resisting from the spot and gave him his Protection which he continued to him until his death Many years after at the general s residence in. Penin a sketches. An wedding recently took place in a Village in Nottingham Shire. The Gay Lothario a Miller upon afterwards the subject of conversation., a a party when a wag in company recommenced All Farmers to Send their the Bride Groom s Mill for they would stand a Good Chance of fair treatment for i once knew a Miller a great rogue who stole his wife but made an honest Hon for be never tolf anything efter to a shrewd Farmer in the Vermont legislature declined to answer the speech of a member who Wai remarkable for nothing but his Frothy and pugnacious impudence and self conceit thus or. Speaker i can t Prairie Flowers with our own land Side and the cer thousand surrounding us on every Tzaeu ice Oas enough ii a will never think of the toil and trouble that if we live for years looking Young Man dressed in a full suit of Sables walked up the aisle passed the doors that were Flung open the pulpit and nodding familiarly to the min ister will preach foil you this mor then turning Jcj the congregation raised his hands and said let us the pastor was astonished at his unceremonious procedure As the Young Man was an entire stranger to him but As he bore Evi Dent Marks of being a Clergyman and was opening with a fervent and impressive prayer clothed in the Roost elegant language he thought he would let him proceed. The prayer ended the strange went on to he other parts of the service As if be wa3 perfectly at Home. J the service being ended he opened the reply to that Are speech for it always wrenches me terribly to kick at Jet who was the Wisest Man Don t know 1 yes you do know too. Tell i guess it was Uncle Zeke for i father says he was so cunning that he got eve 1 Ery body to Trust him and wan t fool enough Ever Ehe the world does congregate to. Accommodate a lady he makes a sacrifice and it is no More than his due to be allowed to perceive if it be Only by a movement of the head and an expression of the features that the attention is seen and appreciated. Whis kers is Content to remain Ott his feet for he rest of the evening even in his tight joob. The politeness of the the Way talking of you. Know it Good you in particular re of the fact fair lady that there Are no men upon the face of the Earth so truly polite and woman especially As the american travel the world Over performance with the bottle conjurer b3 Daniel Lambert Vas a great the instrument with Vichich you powder nut megs is if i were to weigh thirty i should but the Man we. Sells in sician., one might suppose that nothing Short of insanity or idiocy could bring spectators on such an occasion yet it is certain of her husband in providing it. I am grate Ful to heaven Jane that i have a better the wife looked up at her husband with an affectionate expression and William after a pause then it is so foolish Here i a dare it quite provokes the Banks Are Trade is Dull there Are no build come less As now. A sigh Are supper Bible and preached a most eloquent and mov gathering around their scanty going up and Money is As scarce As fish if we could Only look in on them for a sighed . With the Reader s leave we will him to the household of Ellen and James a me in. The duty specially toward strangers gels had been aforetime. Above All he tried to impress upon his hear and i ers the duty of Christian Charity. There was a Stan he painted in of Christiana is Fer in that Guise by laiwi0 win that the theatre was thronged with people of All degrees from the highest ranks of the peerage Down to such of the humblest class As could raise two shillings for admission to the gallery. That nothing might be wanting to try the patience of the spectators not a Ingle Iem. Restive eat Calls voc iterations 3m6 t i eating of Sticks on the floor were heard in be i must both Taack him to discordant chorus. U u a 8peok to his tod8ue-" at this moment a Man came from be As sub a and you will see nothing at All approaching fit among us alone is it that Man yields every precedence. To woman and thinks that he Das no claim to accommodation until every daughter of eve is comfortably disposed of. John Bull site doggedly has himself on she he. Can on dry Here is certain ruins Ighile. With what Little he has James can buy a Good farm West and be comfortable All Tii Days. But Ellen is too much of a lady according to of that character to come 4 Farmer s wife must go James and William Johnson were two Bro thers the latter a Mechanic the former a clerk. Both were out of employment at the period of Oor Story which was during the Dis times a few years ago. In this i when they saw no speedy Relief in the East they had determined to try their fortunes in the James gave Bis As a Nothe plan Only of condition that his wife would agree go. Ellen had been a Beautiful girl and Thuch admired her charac Ter was measure spoilt and having always lived in a City she bad Imbi he an extravagant taste for dress and Compa a to banish on a Prai Rie farm seemed Little better to her than a tying alive and accordingly Frem first to she opposed the Enterprise. It with Tad hearts that the Brothers As James wrung William s hand he said i Feol almost despairing r help it. I am unhappy i Ronld be still More unhappy if for Ellin would always be per haps often Iii. She is. A Del Icatar cons till Obj after All and if i went she died i i hold always Blamo myself As her murder poor said William coach Rno Tad off be both and loves wife. Then say whether William would not have sighed still deeper if he could have held Bis brother. Five years had passed since the Emigrant departed for the West and the of Ellen would now scarcely scarcely a dry Eye in the House and every to know who find what be body was on tiptoe j the stranger was discourse he looked slowly when he had finished his round him for a Beautiful face Baye been re o cognizable As she sat at try head of the manner Board on which was spread the evening meal. I her face was Sharp and t in partly from ill health partly from ill Humour. She had on a dress which had once been handsome but which was now soiled her general attire however betokened that her old love of Fine turning to moment As if to note the effect he had produced. Then leaning Forward in an Earnest manner he exclaimed in a deep tone Peter Peter pumpkin eater had a wife and could t keep her he put her Iff a pumpkin Shell and there be kept her very the Clergyman he bowed he came first he plants his reserved rights. Does the same and is if possible More rude and selfish than Monsieur Rosbin. Will Abate one Jot of but a lady sir and up he the Springe even the loss of his dinner or t pelting be a Gross personage Tea Coffee and sugar is a a grocer. Jurj whatever death i May come said Digby with solemnity i humbly Trust it May never be Roy Fata to be mistaken and fiddler had been provided to amuse i 8het by a Friend for a wild at length tired of waiting they be talkative fellow wishing to learn of isocrates he asked him double Price t to and announced that if i the bowed and the performer did not appear the Money Bould be returned. This enunciation was succeeded by another person starting of in the pit and stating that if double prices were Given the conjurer would get into a pint hot i Alta Mil Ltd a Kentucky to the a gentleman whose veracity if Ever Jov Bettj will never again be impeached lately returned to this City from a tour out tells witnessed in the Backwoods of he Bays a gang of men had As a Drinkins House and a quarrel ensued. So desperate was con Roan in the party bad Hist tie. This seems to have brought the Multi tude to the use of the Small portion of sense which nature had bestowed on them. They 90t and when they could discovered that they had been and j they get the feel round tilt they had fount an then replacing it in the socket1, and cing a squint through it go very going who married when he was. About Nineteen they prepared to take so glance on the cheat the throwing lighted Candle from of the boxes into the pit was the signal All who thought that in such Ca better half of valor is discretion to secure their or. One for not. Ses the now had the danger of a a have thus known As Europe rain. Indeed we this unpolished american we have thus known him and Tor a woman that he never Haw before or Beard of at i 11 a in Long porn continued. Two children sat at the table him Good morning and waiting for their slender Supply of Church before the congregation had time t. Food the cloth its if was dirty and from their greased the Forks and knives belonged to Dif at lag Ferent sets old Copper spoons from which i i tool. My a t to sit out in thl storm and to lie in the storm and to lie in consequence weeks of pain and with the wildest rivalry could not go further in of the doers and numerous were the swords canes and shoes that were lost in consequence. As the More timid part of the crowd forced their Vay out the mob which him said he would never marry so Young again it he lived to be. A old As math Buleh. Would wives Eft the p he be of High or Low de i Gree Ana it should be woman s care both on the score of policy and of gratitude to in Jonathan to persevere in a line of ii vow. I i i surrounded the House forced their Way where asked the Captain of. A 5down joined by these allies those who had remain Earl they screw Jomn a thick de behind began and speedily completed the f Fearnl of going would 1 work of destruction. The benches were torn up the boxes pulled and Bro Ken to pieces the fragments were then taken into the Street a huge Bon fire was made of them and the stage curtain hoisted on a pole As a Standard above the fire the guards were at last sent for but before their Arriva the mob bad disappeared leaving Notum but not mind replied the mate i if we Only knew where we were a hit a Fifthen to Bis. Son while they were working in a saw Mill what possesses you to associate with such girls As Yon do ,1 was of your age i sons. De Leit Fuh own a the Silver coating had longed on the tarnished there was a Little bread and a Small pot of Tea on the table this constituted the supper for four per a Hearty eater would have demolish and found himself still hungry. Be quiet you hear the Mother in a up genetic voice i declare they worry one s life out she ing up her husband entered. I 4o wish James you could do something with s there was quite As great a change in the appearance of the husband complexion i and was new Pafe worn. A. Loot of settled dissatisfaction expression of Niter hopelessness was Impf in . He it Terea with a half an Bry look to d his seat. Joist then one of the children snatched a piece of bread from the other there was a blow returned when old life of Active Industry does t perceive the gradual Advance of old age d it is incredible How much labor a uniformly industrious and temperate old Man will perform. The Massachusetts ploughman says or. James Capen of Stoughton now i in three hours stopping about one hour after commencing. Or. Capen and his wife o age have lived together Man and wife years she now takes care at her Dairy. Conduct which is so greatly to her advantage smoke embers Ana a dismantled theatre while it distinguishes him above All other and of fears were of having and this is Best accomplished As and a this trick but they by never buffering an attention Dos owed any participation in and there pass without its a no Rea Feon to doubt their veracity . Buckram in Bogota and haughtiness of j we of vented by a Jesuit to try the nation was to Swallow the mtg of that of the1 mighty ninth year mowed an a Cre of grass receives All Jueth homage As a l to demanding nothing in return May per to Render Jonathan As selfish As the j it a that in order to Witt a of the in i Treme gullibility of the Public of was contrived by a Misc Letona Young Man for some time after the event the news papers Wate filled with Quiba and epigrams lately n the old state on tar River the teacher asked him what branches he wished to put his san in t laughable Cincinnati editor saw one of the of the a fatty get lot say an her life her i a Long Hald Iliff one of shining Wiger a bib be bad Laid respecting the sex j Pon i to i t but i wll disc tic with the first said Charley ent is always a Yatfa know thot7" help me turn this log a year ago the coloured citizens of new Bedford proposed a Honor of emancipation in Oia British West indies being Rainy the following notice was f isted at the Corners of the streets Notum sir Coustan ate Nee. Repugnant it first of Post it he did t care what branches be put him in so be him in the River for be never put swum a lick in Bis Lite. B Lia Tever to them Otter him a at least hold v i him gratitude lbs his the advertisements in ridicule of the j Huir Pride in us most sen and Tolite is made us think better of i t it the description of in budget of wonders. Ine spa ferr

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