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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 27, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaN the v 1makt, t of Humak in torah Amenta. M. D., of is the imperishable i precious doctrine to the i doctrine which though it Many of the too Ltd Ible he in truth As any Doctone Rifle upon the Verity of Lenges his opposes to Uon is a disease always lured state of vis f the human body often e system for years before last of the and Only though not so c n cold or Ayrape Lead precious doctrine rant Jesson to the to sexes teaching Uera i May be an unobserved Rey houses even while ise Ives secure from its a that the great secret in health is to Pluck out the Lade and not wait till the for the matchless Sena Leib sphere is or. A rid inf the ancient state o America. To Tel Felling the direction Tuckage will contain a Pride known to the Genera is duty authorised to agent to tue expense o suit occasionally the Sab t sections of the country. Medicine is for Sale by j. Spencer vice Widga co i letters certifying to the Medicine May be Jectus p the tiocl1 gift. Vol. I. 1 the to Sonja eac5xje. Pasted and weekly by j. P. Mag ill. Offic on main at. Lit door above the court House. Wellsboro Ijeh thl us a december 27, ufos. 19. Tie Tioga Eagle is published every thursday in the Borough o Wellsborough Tioga co. A. The subscription Price a year if paid in Advance or if not paid tilt the expiration of the year. No subscription received for a Shorter period than six months Doc will any Fiaper be Discon tinted until All Anea rages Are paid but at the of Ion of the pub Isher. Advertisements making not Mare than a Square with be inserted three times for one holier and every Tutsi Yuesiu insertion Twenty five cents. Larger advertisements charged in the same pro will be from the saturday evening posh the Beau s stratagem what is Beauty t what an Eye of azure or of ebon Dye what is a bosom wild and warm a Rosy lip an Angel form. What is a soft and snowy skin without a generous soul within a disposition mind with soft humanity combined i if ingeniously managed and they seen her in every must be so or she will discover them alike amiable and always will expose her real Cha Aeter or at Shakespeare says a Man May Umie and least Lay Opett her motives of action. Smile and be a villain and j say a. A in Tobkin giver my note Book the Man May do the same. Dick Sale he other Day wifi cd i kept in Philadel had never Seea the fair Louisa angry but once and then because her sister would not pick up her fan and bring it to her As she bade her. And said Dick i c o not blame her for t in ugly pondered what Charm had wrought the the profound silence reigned Lange. Clara now appeared the More coring d inner. Napoleon Sod the Jutt Beautiful girl such is the dunce of a kind and gentle disposition pick sat in his observing phia i noticed a Little circumstance which will illustrate what i have said and which i put Down at the time it was related to me by the hero of the action. I shall enlarge upon the few particulars noted Down in my Book and give it to the Reader As it was Given to Louisa fretted and Tiara pitied the condition railed and the poor i press merely tasted for form s Sake what was served to them. The Only words u tired were those addressed to me by emperor what kind of weather is it and As he pronounced them he Rose from the table and went parting. It May be suspected that by this custom Many unsuitable matches were produced and Many tempers associated that were not qualified to give for every time after. The charge for one or three insertions the tame. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise e party of Pennsylvania through a fiery conflict t unscathed but rious another proof stability of their Prin Landing their Triumph any length of time of Victory for their insidious and Ever although routed will r some new name to Sciples of democracy i being the Only Bond r a moment hold them must therefore re Mem e of Fri Eddy i Uneas e rank est corruption innumerable we have Ratic governor and a House of re presenter y to give pcs the it ballot and secure to democratic represent a Ted states Senate. It elections which i 1 tested the unheard of the Public works which i Hin examination the Peop e of the acc menu ate Constitution to Hica important legislative or neet the changes thus Pamental Law together i rent action of the-9enate m Many of h 8 moments ill All Lender Siori of political Tate. Tillig we have been by the vey great in Ive have received from a lie. Thankful for these tors will hereafter spare expense to Render their ing and to Hothi great and Ause of democracy wid t e r m s by store yearly twice a the session of the legis ice a week for the a 00 session of the legislature week months not including session of the of s of sex i one packet Anil to one the Price of five a above sent As above for tire Price papers sent As above for 20. Postmasters and o her do Zens Are requested to re Orward subscriptions Barrett by Tho 25, 183d. Letters relative to the business of the Orick and communications for the paper must w it or paid or they will not be attended to. P03tical. Porn the Andrew Jackson. I jcy4 that staunch old Man his heart has Ever stood firm As a amandine Rock when for his country s1 Good. Twas Well for thee he had the hell my native land. When angry surges roared and strove the ship of state to strand. Firm As a living Rock he set his Noble form against the direst heaviest stroke of All that fearful form his reputation he committed to his god and Stern and unav Nogly the course of duty trod unmoved the still withstood the blast of bitter Wrath he could not fail Foron Sciple upheld him in his path l j the tempest passed away the sky became Serene a scattered and still erect the Stem old Man was seen. I Venly believe that god who loves to bless. Exalted him to save the land f in this Ner worst distress i d e or retire thy name amen cars own son and in my heart i la prize the next to Peerless Washington. May Long before our sight t thy Nelile Virtues shame and when death Calls for thee old chief by the ancient custom of the mus me if there should be found any says or. Johnson the men thing improbable in the he need and women never saw each other till not impute to me the sin of Hannibal they were joined beyond the Power of general As i f t to he Story Only to illustrate and corroborate the above and As an example Lor others to work upon. Dick Fothergill was a native of Phi pleasure to each Othera the observe i Adelphia and was by the by a very Tion of this celebrated writer is just Tut Cever fellow but that is no comply it May be questioned whether there Are not evils As great and consequences As lasting resulted from the manner of marriage in our country. Perhaps those evils Are More poignant in pro portion to the refinement and delicacy of the mind in our own country for tie muscovites were a rude and Hardy race whose fancy ranged but in one direct line arid whose laborious uniform life gave Little stimulus to taste farther than the animal nature excited it i have often thought that As marriage is the grand climacteric of Man s existence that he should pause before he rushes into the vortex and weigh every Cir you know said Clara that into1 the drawing room the Empress icon like a great Many others will . Coulee Wasbrough sister is none too Good to War. Upon into tears Over a novel or at the in when Napoleon contrary to his the her sister was yet you will not Lity and usual custom took the cup from the Clara was considered a liable by believe the really distressed Dick Page and made a sign that Kcf wished All though nature had not ravished so told a piteous tale when you have to be i immediately quilted the 1 it in your Power ment to Philadelphia for she had Many o the same kidney and Many pretty girls in the bargain. Knew Dick Well and therefore i am qualified to much Beauty upon her As Union Louisa. She would have been considered hand some though not a perfect Beauty had she been continually contrasted with the All charming and Beautiful Louisa. Louisa was a coquette and a Complete proteus she could change and be any thing for a time. Pc Ara on the always the flame Ami Able and affectionate Louisa Ftp is was enough for the peevish a Louisa. She raised a tempest that threatened destruction to Dick s head arid in the midst he moved off Multer As he i have tried her and report True How different since i saw her at the Washington Hall these words went of the soul of Ner. Louisa. The conviction of the truth room Lut feeling anxious and alarmed i sat do in in the Saloon de service the Rev heir majesties usually on a chair near the door of the Empe ror s drawing room i was observing mechanically the servants Clearing the table w Ien suddenly i heard press shriek in the most violent Man t16 usher of the chamber sup losing had fallen into a fit was on Jie Point of opening the door but i prevented him saying that the Empe ror Wou do Call for assistance if he thought the life. He was the interference of her sister because Ori the amiable Clara who appeared it necessary. I was 6. A it i he door when Napoleon himself open had had Many Good offers rejected flashed upon her mind at once and she them As beneath her. Colja Rafida never fell silently into the arms of her sister had but one which was broken of by a Dick retired to Muse and meditate a wild and reckless fellow thai acted on the impulse of the moment but his errors were almost always those of love. A pretty woman could not look him in the face without melting his heart to tenderness. With All his faults Dick never stooped to a base action and hence though wild and reckless he was universally admired. In moreover Dick was what might be called an Universal Genius and Genius always has he was a tradesman. Louisa however Beautiful than he had Ever seen loved Dick How could she do other though his affection for Louisa and wished to secure Ifould Nof at once be Grad-1 ried manner Clara was generous and her to rally expired and he married the Gen i shuttle door e Clara confident that if she would in kind to him As a poor pedlar she would be More so As an affectionate edit a d me said in a Hur and have there is but one crore distinction i shall draw Between the two Sisters. Louisa was was industrious. Beat qty is a dangerous Possession especially when he posses Sor knows she possesses it. It has made Many a fool before Louisa. 4 yet in in Bossart i entere.1, saw the in press stretched upon the carpet and uttering the most heart rending cries and moans. Nor i shall never survive exclaimed the unfortunate More so As an husband. And the result proved True or the last time i saw and the last woman. Napoleon said to me Are Ime i heard from Dick ire was still Lappy and prosperous. You Strong enough to take up Josephine and carry her by the private staircase by on the Brink of Matrimony i shall be a Little More minute. There Are a thousand evils to be avoided among which perhaps the worst is the Union of tempers and dispositions which Are discordant in their nature. Marriage is sought for a variety of reasons and is More or less Happy in proportion to the purity of the motive for it is Evi Dent to All that ther e is but one thing which can make it completely Happy and that is the grand sweetener of life called love. Of All who Fly to Matrimony there Are none perhaps doomed to be so superlatively wretched As two classes of men which i shall mention. The first class includes the avaricious who change Painter and a musician. He could turn his hand to the arts and. In not Only calculated to Shine in both ence and Art but in any Gene Rous to a fault he Seldom los a Friend but made Many. The pretty affable and polite girls of Philadelphia were absolutely enraptured with Liim and Well to proceed. A d disposition she had nurtured Anc de up the Princess who i supposed had Many corroboration of the above Char cherished it and supposing her fallen into a fit of hysterics. Aided Sci Ges against the fair Louisa thai he de la to was the great Desideratum Andall Subj by Napoleon i took her in my arms 1 Ter mined to postpone Matrimony and Shehzad relinquished every othe and he Taj being one of the lights from fall upon some stratagem by which he Quality a gentleman of a mild and the table de the Way through a dark might discover if All those tales were Pacific temper married her without passage towards the private True. Being naturally of a Good her character and constant on comings to the staircase i observed sit Ion he desired above All other con bickering and misery was the to Napoleon that it was too narrow to love Beauty in Womer and that to reach a Man s vanity Yau must flatter his talents and to touch the same in woman flatter her Beaity. Dick was Lar with his pack on his Back. But to disguise himself was the next question. He went into a cellar and bought and looked before he leaped Charybdis of of Matrimony. And now i would say unto the Gir s and calculating Only on lands and Tene merits take their poor deluded wives to their bed and Board who dream of raptures they Are never to know and of a i Diness which can never be con sum rec. They who were Little be Low Angel s before and expected to be such after marriage soon sink below wives and life is spent in Geif plaints and refining. The second class includes those who having been disappointed in the one beloved have married another through spite and vexation. Many have spent their lives indeed it is not strange for be a lady Side rations to meet with a lady posses ".qtoence, though he strove by every allow me to descend it with the pm Ever so illiterate will always sing the he plan Steans to Avert it and to conciliate her press in my arms without the Darker choose a Man of talents in preference which he concerted was this having to gentleness. But All was in of falling. He immediately called he to one who has no Otheir recommend a parcel of old trinkets which he f he at last plunged into guardian of the portfolio who was Sta Tion than a baby face. I ick used to say bought at auction and having it a his elected his business and left her will toned Light and Day near one of the that women love Talent in me n and men to procure More he de Fermi Ned two children to the care of her Mother doors of his closet which opened upon to set out from Philadelphia As a Ped Dick has always rejoiced the Landing place of the staircase. A into the Poleon gave him the Light and told him to go on before him he then took Josephine by the legs and in this manner aided me to bring her Down. At one moment in consequence of my sword having got Between my legs we were All near tumbling Down together.1 fortunately however we descended with out deposited our precious Burthen upon an ottoman in Trie bed chamber. The emperor immediately Early the disposition of the woman of rung for the women when your Choice. A woman of bad dispose in the drawing room above stairs i Empress in my arms she Matrimony into a matter of Money half to my can Obser old clothes which were a Warll too cultivate a Good disposition foe the a in lands find Tene in fun him Vint taif vation of human nature. Aftera variety of interesting amours among which was one in which Dick made love to a married lady in the theatre went Home will her was introduced to her husband and kicked out of the House he began to think seriously of marriage Aid settling him Dick always believed in reformed Rake wide for him but Well adapted Case. His hair which was o Brown color was covered by a Wiig o the blackest Dye i eyebrows col rec Black his face painted of a Salow Hue added to which a huge pair of Whis a kers completed the pedlar and completely disguised the Lover. Thus a courted he moved off on i cold Day in Decem Jer with View to to the vantages Are incalculably great. If you a dark have a bad one struggle against and conquer it for it May be done the Menjol would say plunge not by into Matrimony until you have deliberately considered the consequences 4nd studied the character and Partick an end of peace be Trine. T Atli Mac. Davy Crocket. The colonel was present at a splendid route once Given by Gen. I at Vav Ash gtd and was1 induced to Dange in a of Ladrille. The figure was intricate and the colonel got off fhe Trail. Turning to his partner a laughing fun Loving girl he apologized for his error and remarked with drollery of expression that he Krasn although he Conj old mighty perpendicular he when you come to put in the lids i squat in wretchedness from this cause and Are More to be pitied than those of the former class. Some marry for heirs to disappoint their relations some marry to get rid of company others marry to be like others and some Only be cause they Are tired of life. All this is done without due deliberation and without one thought of future Happi Ness. Hence we hear the world filled with so Many complaints of misery that we Are ready to believe the greek Illg Oil Ali Flat so a y made the Best husband. Consequently of reaching his mistress either on tha to make a Doggerel rhyme he saw Day or the next just at night All tha Louisa Littleton at a Ball at the Washington Hall and loved her at the first o 11 nature both sight. They both seemed by formed to attract each Otier. Were tall elegant figures Aid she was superlatively Beautiful in the face a pack to Hii ving that grecian cast of features which silence of ving is so universally admired the deception might be the More Avor i de and that he might find her in he real character. Within a Mil of read Jing a Snow storm overtook him putting up his horse and adjusting his his Back he walked to the re of his mistress. As he a ind having preached the trembling sex i i and a de also those other admired requisites of Pec tation the frantic fanes of Vernale voice struck his ear who was raving a. A servant for not having brought Home the dress which the Matua maker promised should be finished the act Crestici drollery ofe pres Day. Through the window he beheld la much Iri dancing epigram list when he declared that the Paul age into Matrimony the next week the once charming Louiza thrown it stand up to the Plain married life had but two Happy Days head and heels until a Friend pulled an attitude of rage who at length seized an azure Eye a Rosy Cheek Licious red lip. Dick loved her to Dis traction and without s Oppi g to think of consequences or enquire who she was intended to solicit her hand and your Choice. A woman of bad disposition will Render you miserable one of a contrary nature i 1 make lie Glide Al orig the1 Stream of years with Calm Felicity and cast a Sunshine Over the declining evening of existence. I am perfectly convinced fro a Nice o a ser vation for gentle Reader i am a Young that there is no qua i to in woman so necessary to a Happy marriage and continued affections As a Good and Sweet i disposition i there fore gentlemen remember to have in View the Beau s stratagem. Milford Bard. Napoleon and Josephine. Among the late productions of t in writers is a work entitled his Ohio Republican gives the following extract from a speech delivered by a member of the Indiana on a Bill to encourage the killing of which in Sublimity has Seldom been surpassed. Or. Speaker the Wolf is the most disposition habits inclinations ferocious animal that prowls in our deed every pertaining to the be Western Prairies or runs at Large in the forests of Indiana. He creeps from which were the first and the last. Marriage however like Many other Bles sings is susceptible of being the great est happiness or the most enduring and acute agony. Speaking comparatively it is either a heaven or a owing to its constituent principles. I have often thought it would be bet Ter if every Man would study the taste Cubics uuu1a to it Jet i i to t n t i r t t he sleeve arid gave the word a chair threw it at the server an i antidotes of the i Tenor of r Dick had no not a of this bade him never to come in her pre the Palace from two to May -814, however halt for a season. He sence again. This was a severe Damp a 1. A Bossuet. Deed every thing pertaining male whom he has singled out to be the partner of his life. Nor should he be halt but did however discovered that his fair Dulcea had a sister and that they ived near the town of Reading. This was enough for Dick it was so apropos for and Sleigh ride. Away he went once or twice a week to see her and every time he loved her the More. She was so amiable he Sai 3, so kind and conciliating and Withall so accomplished. She dived to talk of Alexander s forests 01 . One Cuiccuo num a. I his lurking place at the hour of mid Hasty in doing this for i am aware that conquests and Caesar s victories anac and lavished thei vilest s _ i a it int apr to discover s unfit re. And Newton 8 a Illoso her sister Tor letting in i night when All nature is locked in the silent embrace of me orpheus and Ere Bright Phoebus rises in All his Golden majesty a ladle litters of pigs Are destroyed it is a very difficult matter to discover reon s poetry and Newton s philos the disposition of the Wotan who loves Phy of the heavens. T l and is studious to please the scrutiny was up to his neck in she who frowns the whole Day prevented him from poppin or but Dick nevertheless to proceed. Ujj approaching the door with a flutter ing heart he gave three lout Knock j and in a . At length Clara opening the door asked with a smile his business and in led him no sooner had the mock Pec Lar appeared in the sight of the fair Louisa that she screamed with pretended invectives oaf her listen for letting in every Vagabond m. Bossuet was for ten years a prefect of the Palace to Napoleon Anc Fynas Here offered his contribution to the already immense collection of Materi als for the future historian of this extraordinary he relates the Fol lowing extraordinary scene that took place in his presence a Short Tishie before the divorce was pronounced Between Napoleon arid Josephine. I was on service at the Tuil eries from monday nov. 27th. That Day took the Empress in my arms ceased her cries and i supposed she had fainted away but at the ment when i became embarrassed by my sword in the Middle of the private staircase i was obliged to keep us both from to clasp her More clo sely. I held he Empress in my arms which were thrown around her Waist her Back was against my breast and her head re dining on my right shoulder. When she Fel. The efforts i made to keep my self com falling she said in a very Low voice to me you squeeze me too much i then judged there was no thing o fear for her health. During the whole of this scene i had been Clu sively of occupied with Josephine whose situation affected me and could not observe Napoleon but when the women of the Empress passed into a Small Saloon contiguous to the bed chamber whither i followed him. His agitation and anxiety extreme. In this moment of trouble he explained to me in the following words the cause of had passed the interest of France and of my dynasty has forced me to act has become an act of rigorous duty for me. F i am the More pained by la scene que vient de Faire Josephine As she must have been made acquainted three Days ago by Hortense the Zer. And frets the whole in with her family will Loo sunny seas and be As playful As ithe Louisa. Nothing ought to induce the father of Lamb in the presence of her Lover. She it was whispered into Dick s ear it at Home Tion but some unaccountable stories that Mons trances of the gentle As smiling As were afloat concerning the charming raised the storm still higher who e Dick he spoke during dinner were to ask me this explosion of her so sat watching theft Trace Lovely faced a formed with anger. It was snowing a few Brief questions the which he appeared not to in fact answers of the emotion he Felt forced him the leave hear. On a Long interval Between each phrase in a family to do without a new Maner and who in Solitude could squeeze the dog that miss Louisa possessed a most in fast and Dick made a move today 1 one of these Days the dinner did not order to take breath. His word escaped rear his Chi Dren in in nor Anop Thev to death in shutting the door merely governale temper and that she had night w Clara readily Asser de to last More than ten minutes. On thirst him with difficulty Aad without convex willbelesaintellira.tan.1 for amusement will melt into tears at been known to throw i knife across the but Iwic i Louisa opposed Wita blend Day the 20th, the storm burst. To Weir voice was stifled and faltering thai those who enjoy the advantages of one is present. Amusement will melt into tears at the adored such is the nature of a Good periodical. Remember that True fortitude sur to Finui All difficulties and that you cannot pass into the Temple of Honor but through that of virtue. Woman when she is solicitous to please. Not More diversified is the Cut and Tex Ture of her garments and not More a the colors of the same than the shades in her disposition and character. But there Are Many stratagems which been known to throw i knife across the table at her sister s head. Another said she in woman and oppressive to the poo Ever angry with her friends and domes tics and finally tha. She was scorn Ful and proud. To All this Dick deliberately gave the lie As he said he had but which i Louisa opposed Witnov Idlene and red he should not eat Day the 20th, the storm majesties sat Down to burst. Dinner to Weir Jose voice was stifled and faltering and his eyes filled with tears. All this cruelty of her sister Brough k tears in the eyes of the tender hearted he gazed upon her in eyes upon the once loved i e chive that she had been weeping and with difficulty even then restrained Heij tears. She appeared to me like the image of grief and despair. Queen Damb Aceres and four in and before going to his own apartment he returned to that of Jose Phine whom he found Calmer and Morqis resigned

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