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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 28, 1848, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania31 Deb Otto to Jetos Mitus Selje cams published weekly by j. P. Magill in Wells Borouch 2h, Tolooi county Fenn Sylvania at two do1jlabs a y3 Jef it thursday morning december to 1848. Or v r r Miscelli Ous to3a by it. B. Addiso never recollect a warmer enthusiastic than professor Leyden. When he s joke he seemed to forget All other worldly circumstance i Ell other subjects save the one on Winch engaged. His , wildly d saw no object save the Bright imagery created by his Fertile brain. His voice v As i passic Nate. His every Pulsa heat High. Professor at and thirty and Ider of a i and on the subject Well cooled l Fitte Baron on stood temptingly on a table Aroi and which zen Young men with the Worth professor sat it appeared that in the height of his in Ley Len had to please the ined Heads and with Many de lie bumps which he declare i to be in indication of the human Chirac Brand Pei sons seme unfortunate Wight in the company How Ever Hud evidently shocked in examiner by a demonstration of wicked is tics for he strenuously refused on this Occas iter the time i speak of was just to linked himself As the very be Spurzheim s energetic disciples. Of phrenology he was disco sit g when cd the dining room of Baron Hirtman. It was a Fine summer evening Straubi tries and other fruits decorated the by Ard. The iced Johann Surg the cellar do the Husi company exam Wise looks on to Prono Unce upon the several organs declaring he night Gryc offence he might be indeed it might appear in shot after making several Simitar excuses the pro lessor sat in meditative silence nor Cou d he Agai Ibe brought to speak save and eral merits of the system a Subj it on who never failed to enlarge. It is a curious fact that i n heard the phrenology broached Vith Oul a laugh being raised at its t upon the Ress ver in my be life expense which very naturally annoys the supporters of this theory and brings on the warmest argument. Was i discussion of this kind that Ned the fire which flushed the cd on the evening of which i speak tie conversation had now Lak Bably had Raisek of Leyden n a new Chan committed in Nel a dreadful murder had Bee the neighbourhood of the Blank of est a Young girl had f loped from he Parens so be weeks before. Tim companion of her Light was sup been slaying posed to be a Young Man who a in the neighbourhood dist appeared about the same time Sha had just found while the supposed partner guilt had re appeared and declared that had with difficulty scarfed from he Harlus of a Alio had without Najiy apparent notice seized and imprisoned him. To prove i ins he showed several severe wounds which he i and received j the successful struggle he Lind a d with two of the gang in his Endeavor to Liber Ite Tina Story howver appeared that no belief was attached to it Man was hurried off to prison the me town this trial. Story had Beer repealed w Nute Neia Liy Carl Hoff non a Hai Soine Young Man who had lately arrived at mild and gentle manners had h m the Golden opinions of All o improbable and the Young the painful i eur oiled there is o one was mor Baden whose won for society As Liun Lian the old Baron it was that he ranked to High in the Gio Dold Man s Pinion that it was rumoured he had proposed and was actually accepted by Clara ii the full Sanction of her father. As a narrator Civ could Excel h descriptions Lent life to Bis he chose As on the present Occas Ion he could Harrow up the Nenes of even the d Ost apathetic by depicting horrors in their most pleased Wilhen believed roman with m. His vivid and when Laring most appalling colors one of indignation As he h id concluded the Porc How truly he had Mere his Audi a thousand execration wer heaped up on the head of the unhappy who appeared Contro Verlilly from the details Given by Carl be the perpetrator f the bloody deed. J h go to see his execution Rye Elf. I could Ejov the death torture of such a Tretch " m dlr Antly the Prince of ols Ebach a russian As he took a Pinch f snuff and handed to his next neighbor his splendid Box jazz ice the Eye by the Richness 9f the almonds circling to. If Susji a wretch on my crates i would have him rack inkwell he deserves it. The cold hearted another. May he be punished in the would to it a True the mar it dear Lon i r i i ind the old Noble Good t Arl. Nay in toe much. Str b v punishment but you Are allowing your to carry you tiredly Pat 8ubjeols durin the whole eve word Al lass the a according to etiquette em0redfiral he so to the next who in deserves an knowledge of it As also did the rest of the com phrenology Tad Lujus led to the do and a Leyden h it for break the e requested to secure that he had to n denied All very one had seen it every one had handled it but no one could produce it. The room was searched the servants had not even entered the a payment the door had never been unclosed had stirred from the table. The affair be is i to Wear a serious aspect. The old Baron Fel his Honor wounded but still hoped it might prove to be an ill timed pleasantry. Under this lesion he Rose. Gentlemen some person amongst Yon has Dot bless concealed the Box intending thereby to give our illustrious Friend a fright and in Good Faith he deserves it for thus carelessly for getting to look after a trinket said to be Worth 50, pm florins but As he really seems uneasy about it i must beg the person who has taken it i instantly to return it and confess the and the Noble affected to laugh. None How responded and Hartman saw with increased uneasiness that he must now take up the or More my friends you cannot feel offended Fer myself As the first person to undergo the Al an ordeal almost Blush to say we must submit to. We must be searched. None the guilty can feel annoyed at Thia promo professor Leyden started up and said by ens i d sooner die nother was of the same opinion and object undergoing the operation which at the implied a doubt. Oor Hartman looked like a ghost he ced appear ugly towards Leyden who now the door be he said in a grave let it be Well this was done. A gentlemen Yeu must either a knowl the correctness of the measure i adopt or disciple of a juggling science he Drew from ins pocket a Small pistol. 1, Start not my friends against myself alone in to use this weapon and that Only in Case on fully accuse an individual now present. May remember before dinner 1 phrenology examined you All there was Little to about you generally but there one a St you in whom i could not be mistaken i Horn i wicked not to hive named whose Bush heed Lea Gla Voi n Edge i t an i m i w to Cal say ire see guilt the manifestation of Innocia the acquisition of the prettiest girl Many. Very of be and in Ger eloquent extract. Extract j the protest of Gen. Jackson to the unite the of the Senate contains an imputation private As w As it must at my forever upon their cannot close which i hav lived in vain from such an ill As upon my Public Char dilution Pon my ctr and this substitute for tha defence not been allowed to pres it in the Ordinary fort i without remarking the if it be necessary to eni formal Vindu action of my character am imputation. In vain do on my person enduring memorials of test in which i american Liberty was vain a re i since per led prope and life in c so dearly Boi personal Asp advantage defence of the rights and vain am i now ration or the Hope of encountering Respo Sibil dangers Frorup which by Mere inactive lation to a single Point i might have any serious doubts can Bee As to the purity of my purposes and i if i had been la bilious 1 should have Alliance will that powerful ins Tutic even now aspires to no divided Empire been venal i should have sold Mysell signs. Had i preferred personal co official 1 ease to the performance of m duty i should cease to molest it. I tory of conquerors and usurpers Nev fire of youth i find an Alti in the vigor of Manh option to Tare me from to duty scarcely find a Ince this career of Ambi n decaying Frame inst id Battle Call me to the worlds where Conque and usurpers exp Tia Only ambition i can fee him to whom i must Merit to con Gray hairs a filing to toil plan tier. Of oth o be honoured crimes. The quit myself to an account of Low men and leads me on is termination to a Villiam for allowing a false theory to mislead me or you Carl Hoffenson Are both a robber and by a Thunderbolt would have caused less conster nation. The Baron started up in rage and agony. The Prince believed the Pio Fessor had Sud Deal i have r into a Nir poses Bear up lit con re based of Fame iriv Liges it Houta div dual is and in re Een sex to lined might an which if i had i its de Brt and arduous the his in the Al could path of induce a when d of in con tem re cease their a to a i Render by stewardship to ser my Fel be respected and Honor d in the Lis cry of my of nary. No the Ambilio n which Nee Ever since has mide me shudder. I i the sacred Trusie gentleman to whom i allude already turn to heal the to we. Nay attempt not to mile. I am either serve it from i countrymen to a splendid gov monopolies and they will not i Protection but Al gone mad while the others looked with dispensing its 1 n anxious desire and a f Zed de return to the people uni paired they have confided to my charge ads of the Constitution and pre other violation to persuade my far As i May that it is i not in rement supported by powerful aristocratic establishments that id happiness or their liberties n a Plain system void c f pomp and granting favors to Essigs like the Dews searching glances alternately at Leyden and Arl. The former had coolly resumed his chair j to they con Tab the latter sat Pale and immovable what could it Man. Oil Hartman was about to speak in no gentle verment that such an one on in unseen unit in the freshness and Beau the to produce. It is such a go he Genius of our people requires under which our stages May remain forage Ltd come United prosperous and j Nuru Nuil was Uhll in Dye in. 111 ii term of the Man who Haa thus insulted his fun 1 free of the a highly being who has hitherto Ture ran a Law when waving Lush and Leyden sustained and p elected me will but vouchsafe quietly and led search him the Baron in he eagerness to defend his protege at once flew to do so. Immediately he snuff Box fell in the table. The worthy old Man i Unk overcome in a chair. In the breast pocket of Carl s Blouse he had found the Box which the other had unresisting by allowed him to draw Forth. A few Momenta there was a dreadful death joke pause. The party seemed petrified i to make my Fei a result i aha lie Powers instrumental to such anticipate with pleasure the ill while the trembling Carl seemed to struggle with his feelings. At length As if suddenly Awakening he started up and incoherently pronounced the hand of god is on me 1 would but not Fly his judgment professor Leyden speak the truth. I am a robber and a murderer under the nume of Gratz i wooed and won the Seasar t maid of whom we spoke just now. In made As i espoused her. Tired however in a new Short Days of being tied for life to one uneducated and Low born hearing that Clara Hart Man possessed unbounded wealth and knowing that my rustic wife alone presented an obstacle to my wedding this fair heiress flew her Aye cruelly slew her add caused her Lover to be turn the Finger of suspicion towards had he not fled to Morrow he have been stabbed. As for robbery i place to Hassig red me in the history of my Conn try and die contented with the belief that i have contribute i in some Small degree to in crease the Valu american Liber petted from Hei dog. Sir. T. Moor by whose hands see me up and prolong the duration of of remarkable persons. D s frail the gloomy death scene Mary Scotia with a de Gree of Resolution not to be sex misfortune so numerous were they and desert my by every Friend except her remarked to the executioner lie was to perish that the scat fold was extremely weak i Pray you Friend said he and for my coming y say i have Long headed a bold band Ven now i la not betray although they la t me with scorn when they first hear in shy i fell into the hellish net that a Hirn would can on whom laugh Liow of Tan had Laid for me and Call me a fool for not being Fible to resist temptation. That cursed Box was far too Brilliant. Some spell lurked in it which Drew me with a Force i could not with stand land made me Rush at once on my ruin but Why thus moralist let monks go and Pray it is too late for me let common felons suffer on the1 Block it is too mean a death for Down let me is Ift for Chaucer Brea hed his last while composing a Ballad. His last production was called a Ballad made by Geoffrey Chaucer on death bed lying in or it Rousseau when dying ordered his attendants to remove him i id place him before the window that he might la 9k upon his Garden and Gladden Liis eyes Voith a i ight of nature. How ardent an admirer he was f nature is poetically told m Zimmerman s Pope tells us in found sir Godfrey Kneller when he visit id him a few Days prior to his silting up and forming plans for his Monu ment. His vanity was cons Iciola even in death. I could wish this to tic scene was Over said thus and Bugh at never re a single Arm could move to prevent him i e had swallowed the contents of a Small phial which afterwards proved to have been Fil led with Prussio . The i unhappy Man who confessed himself to be Thrif under the name of and 6iled the country died in tortures too horrible too mention. The accused but innocent youth was liberated from jail and in three Clara Hartman be came Bride of the or qum the actor Petrarch was but i Hope to go through it Hind dead in his Library lean ing Over a Booi Warren has r marked that Chesterfield s Good Breeding Only Eft him with death give Drysdale a Chai a said he to Hia Vollet when that person we announced. Bayle when dying pointed to the place where his proof i ret was deposited. Clarendon s p p dropped from his hand when he was seized v Ith the palsy which put an end to Bis exist Nee. Bede died we tie in the act Roscommon expiring quoted from he own translation of Dies. Ira. Haller feeling he pulse said the artery Laud immediately 4iext when the print floor Alfieri had been prevailed came he death Trust will Larry of n r and Twenty Hortn Rev were Teu calling Wood to estimated that the length of May be estimated by the number of Pulsa Tiow he strength to perform. Thua allowing 70 years for the common age of Man and 60 pulses in a minute for the common measurement of pulses in temperate person the number of pulsations in the whole life would amount to but if by item Terence he forces his blood into a More rapid motion so As to give 75 pulses in a minute the number of p his life would be reduced 14 years. Uses would be completed in 50 years Illel family Circle. R a cart Sharp thief two words Wilh which we head this by Ticle mme edit Cut which they have produced Hare been the cause of a great jct 1 of mischief and have kept Musny from embarking manfully in the work of storing up intellectual treasures. When a a Laoag fast is urged commence at the work of study be turns api lets fall four simple words spare and Vei an vecient excuse from for the Mother s lesson. A Mother sitting in her parlor overheard her child whom Liis sister was dressing say repeat edly no i Don t want to say my prayers i Don t want to say my Eaid the child appearing4t the parlor it Xor. Good morning my i am going to get my Stop a minute i want you to come and see me the Mother Laid Down her work on the nest chair As the boy ran to her. She took him up. Tie keeled m her Lap and land his face Down on her shoulder his Cheek against her ear. The Mother rocked her chair slowly backward and Are you pretty Well this said she Ali. Kind and gentle Lone. Yes very i am g and you Are Well. I am Well too and when 1 waked up this morning and found that i was Well i thanked god for taking care of i 1 did Yod a said the boy in a Low a whisper. He paused after conscience was at its work. Did i you Ever feel my asked his Mother Kaftor a minute of silence at the same time tailing the boy Down and sitting him on Ler Lap ind placing Hia Little her wrist. I have Felt Don t you feel mine i goes beating v i snid the child. If in should Stop Bealing i should Hie 1 Yeal i can t keep it what lip a silence. You have a pulse too which beats Here m your bosom in your Arm and All Over you and i cannot keep it beating neither can can but god. If he should riot take care of you who could 1" i Dent said the child with look of anxiety and another pause ensued. So when i waked up this morning i thought i would ask god to take care of me and All of i did you Lask him to take care of not Why because i thought you would us him your self i a Long pause deep and thought ill expression of his countenance showed that us heart we reached. Don t you think you had better ask him your Snajd the Hoy readily. He k Lee Ltd again in his Mother s Lap and uttered m miss Mafe ont broken language a prayer for the wrote Tion of heaven. One Jaf to in women or the revolution. Nine iveria ago there appeared in the Sun the follow Rifg there it now living in Washington fit., in this an old widow lady aged 64 years who ims now 1 Vii in 10 children 53 grand children and 4 grand children dead 1 child 17 and 15 great great Gravid 141. The Savirie old widow lady is still alive residing now in i jew Jersey and is in her 93d, which she has nearly completed. Her descend Enta As 50 grand pm Dren 130 great grand children and 15 grand children dead 3 children 21 grand Chi Dren 32 great grand children and 4 great Grea grand children. Total living at the present time 203, and 60 dead making the extra Ordinary Large Sam of 263 she still retains her faculties in an unusual de Gree can still remember distinctly the time that tried me n t the husband bras torn from her urn is and like a Felon marched to this City and i Ici rce rated in the old sugar House her dwelling was set on fire by to e cries and when her cattle were driven away by another band of the he was d Raf de served in the new Jersey militia at two different times and although an Effort has bet in made yet she has not obtained a pension i Rioh she is so justly y. Sim. Good Natu e is one of the sweetest gifts _ Providence. Ike the pure Sunshine it glad Dens enliven s and cheers n the midst of hate revenge sorrow and despair How Elorious Are All its effects. Are Many of doing their part towards the cultivation of their own minds throwing their influence and Talent into the general Stock for the improvement of an association satisfy themselves with the observation and really think they can t spare the excuse is very Handy one Aud has passed current too Long for in a majority of there is neither sense nor truth in it. In the first place it need not occupy a greater portion of time for by proper management a Large share of invaluable information May be obtained in a Short time of this Many May be convinced Byumg the Experiment. There is enough lost or wasted m the Pursuit of what men Call pleasure which if properly applied would place them in a High state of Cullina vation. Time can be found to Jide and dance and sing time can be found to lounge and talk nonsense but alas How Many think they can t spare to the noblest and Best part of their nature that alone which elevates and causes them to feel the divinity advice to found among the mrs. Of a late dowager. If you have Blue languish. If Black eyes Leer if you have pretty feet Wear Short Petti coals. If you Are in the least doubtful As to that Point let them be rather Long. Of you have Good Teeth Don t forget to laugh now an then if you have bad ones you must Only Sim per. While you Are Young sit with your faces to the Light. I when you Are a Little advanced sit Wilh your Back to the window. If you have m bad voice always Speik m a Low tone. If it is acknowledged that Ycu have a i e voice never speak in a Low Lone. If you dance Well dance Seldom. If you dance ill never dance at All. I if you sing Well make no previous excuses if you sing indifferently hesitate nut a moment when you Are asked for few per ions Are competent to judge of singing but every one is sensible of a desire to please. A Fin conversation Yon think a Jerson wrong rather hint of a difference of opinion it on offer a direc.1 contradiction. If you find a person telling an absolute false Hood let it pass Over in silence for it is not Worth your while to make any one you enemy by proving him a liar. It is always m your Power to make i Friend by smiles what a Folly to make emmies by frowns when you have an Opportunity to a Jaise do it with All your heart. When you Are forced to blame appear a East to do it with reluctance. If you Are envious of another woman never How it but allowing her every Good Quality and perfection except those which sle really possesses. 1 if you wish to let the world know Dpi Are in Ove with a particular Man treat him Vilh for Mality and everyone else with ease a id free Lorn. If you Are disposed to be Pettish or insolent t is better to exercise your ill humor on your log your cat or your servant than your friends. If you would preserve Beauty is eerily if you would preserve esteem be g Nile. If you would obtain Power be coins Send i you would live Happy Endeavor to promote the happiness of others. Awk Wajid spel Luio. The editor o educational journal published m Canada in a recent number says in illustration of the Igno once of the nature and Powers of letters that a Hia received a letter commencing my dear and the editor justly concludes that the writer bad not been taught the first principle of orthography though professing to have received a common education. Word about Hesi Days of of railroads and magnetic telegraphs can expect to succeed in business who Coes not advertise i belly in the newspaper. T in mass of customers Are getting every Day mor in the habit when they want anything in Mai Ket of looking into their papers to see who keeps it for Sale. Sagacious men Are beginning to in de Stond this matter and to act Accord id by. It has been Well remarked that where 01 e Man looks at the merchant s sign a Hundred m n read Bis advertisement. Good Tonjua. In providing yourself with farm ing Ira Primenu always Endeavor to obtain the Best h is bad policy to select a poor or imperfect instrument simply because you can get it cheap. Your ten cent pen knives and chilling razors Are Dearest in the end every one will admit and same remark applies with equal correctness to cheap scythes axes shovels Spades plows hoes Rutabaga horses. The horse when fed on these valuable roots furnishes Baa own Root Cutter. All that 13 necessary to enable him to perform upon hem the process of mastication Deg Lution and digestion is to place them in the Manger before him. The largest and finest rooms soon disappear especially after the Ani Mal has had a ittle experience in working hem up Salt for Milch cows when club in milk Are kept on Green succulent food they require a regular and Liberal Supply of Salt so also when cattle Are Bret turned to pasture in the Spring they require sailing More frequently than m the latter but of the season when the herbage la Lees Saccu Lent or Tresh. It is open the Case that Laken from dry food and supplied exclusively with Green fermentable greatly debilitated by Salt in due Quantity is a certain Preven Uve of Lias malady. On first going to grass cows should hate one pint of Indian meal Dach Thia should be continued for a week or so and then not stopped suddenly bul gradually. Changing the bearing year of Apple Trees. R Mamma i of Salem by cutting off All the blossoms from a Baldwin Apple the Spring of its bearing year changed the fruit year to the following season. The unfruitful season have become the bearing years and vice Vena a drunkard but not an drunkard. The new Orleans Helta follow police court wit Are you a drunkard said the reorder yesterday to a hard Case who was brought up before him fur being As Blue As indigo thie night before. Why i m a raid the prisoner but not an Ultra drunkard m what do you said the recorder i Don t understand the then i suppose you would understand said the prisoner if you had asked my politics Are and then i should reply i m a whig but not an Wilra Case of conscience. Friend said Zephanah Strait lace to his master a Rich Quaker of City of brotherly love thou can at not eat of thai leg of Mutton at. Thy Noontide meal today. Wherefore not asked the Good Quaker. Because the dog that Appert Aloeth to that son of Beliel whom the world Calls lawyer Foxcraft hath come into the pantry and stolen it Yea and he Bali eaten beware Friend Zephaniah of bearing false witness again Silhy neighbor. Art them sure it was Friend Foxcraft s Domestic anubal1" Yea verily i saw it with my eyes and y it was lawyer Foxcraft s dog even upon evil times have we fallen1" sighed the harmless Quaker As he wended his Way to his neighbor s office. Friend said he 1 want to ask thy opinion 1 1 am All replied the scribe Friend of ing Down his pen. True Mere lapse ii i to eat and drink and be 4 to darkness and the Pace the Mill of habit and turn the w make reason our Book and i rethought into implements this is not life. In All this Bat a poor of the consciousness if tend and the sanctifies slumber make it most Worth while to he. Ledge truth lore Beauty alone give vitality to the Necha existence the la High of mirth which through the ears which the dry wastes music brings childhood Back Pray Calls the future doubt mikes death which ties us wifi harsh Force to struggle anxiety to in Are the True Nour of our natural being. I life Popiej round eel of deeper Trade action Wake which Dow Faith Smol Brales Reihsen which which ser s Hal t Endi Ament supposing Friend Foxcraft that my dog has gone into my neighbor s pantry and stolen therefrom a leg of Mutton and i see him and could Call him by name what ought i to do v pay for the can be Clear know thou Friend Foxcraft thy dog even the stolen from my pantry a leg of Mutton of the just value of four shilling and sixpence which i paid for it in the Market this of Well then it is my opinion that i must Ray for and having done so the worthy Riend turned to depart. Terry yet awhile Friend broaden a cried he lawyer. Of s. Verity i have yet further o pay onto thee. Thon divest me nine shillings foradvice.1 then Venly i must pay thee and it is my opinion that i have touched pitch and been de filed. Editorial w1u two brother typos once ration during which they had each embarked in rather unprofitable enterprises in file wasps Dom. Why what in the world made you smash. V i Copold it account font people paper was racy and ail replied the r cried the first there lies the m Cret of your failure it run you into a Haba laughed the second but what brought you Down 1" he my subscribers jul of them ran was the answer. Ran away he cried the Friend. There indeed lies the secret of your failure inst cd of your paper Jour subscribers were

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