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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 9, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaLamlin f ape Atn. 0tunrt, Ctet Ttoe Aat Coltart published weekly by j. P. Magil Luln Wellsborough Tioga county Pennsylvania a two dollars a Ajaj j. . 21. morning january 9, 1850. I Tao be Flo. 596. Seffl cup poetry. From the saturday of sett. to a hath ceased upon Bill to Laag big Brook Bat All Iho Day Kolm Ellb Korty will Dikr of night Iyo Fynger turns the Mill a drowsy ilium Sivali on the air from Cen Cloes a to Mountain peat set hears in Murrow i Strong yet Low Tho Tojo of Karoo Grout multitude far in ibo Valo below at Jii a hour As this too Floo from Cero and bitter sin a to look beside Tho Hoarty with Foo and Beauly no tint Calm which Irmo affection throws around Tho toils of life. Far love likes not Tho Gla roof Day Bui in a or nolo Flower Bat fainting droops Hood to Noah top boat of noon Jay hour h sweetly glows or Hon evening roil 3 Wii us soothing Power poor Anthionett Whoso form x Bonds pc Fth to Lonu through his Faro worn Simba strength to him Lovo to half forgot his daily Tilc As Hymo he lightly won a. Whoie pith Iob tar Sway of fam mint s incl unto Road wrong i 10 Boldo Mintlo with Tho mass fhe coloured throng Abji Burr ing unceasingly 1 in pent of Itro old Long now Gregoi web juy night thy Calm and full Contr to i for through Tho firmament of thought to Trango. Yet perfect Wlizlo Lik sainted stars he Ray of truth look in to Youj the f1bst quarrel. A sketch from Fife f am one of Tho Many from whom heave has seen fit to Tako the individual interests of life thai pc Chanco they might become univer Sal. Sometimes 1 could almost liken myself to a Mirror which receives on its Lent solitary breast Tho fleeting images that Pasa it by and to takes them for the time being As companions to its own void heart while it makes of them life pictures to be reflected abroad. These Pas sing interests i create for in Csc f i believe much in physiognomy so i amused myself by deciphering theirs. The girl s face was strikingly pretty. There was the High brow showing Little Talent but much sense j the candid Loving and yet half wicked eyes but there the face changed As faces sometimes do from Beauty into positive ugliness. The lower lip was that it could look both sulky and sensual and the Chin fact positively ran away i said to myself if the under half of the Char Acter matches the under half of the face the Young husband there will find a few More difficulties with the wife he has married than the Lassie he wooed so i turned to his countenance and speculated thereon. It was decidedly in its outline in expression so Sweet As to be almost feeble at least so i thought at first when he was smiling As he Ever did when he looked at her. But in a few minutes of silence i saw the Mouth Settle into firm horizontal line indicating that with its gentleness was United that Resolute will and Clear decision without which no Man can be the worthy head of a loved and obeyed. For in All households one must Rule and woe be to that family wherein its pro per head is either a Petty tyrant or through his own weakness a dethroned and condemned slave therefore when i noticed the pretty wilful ways and sometimes half silly remarks of the Brule i Felt that this Young thoughtless creature might yet Hava cause to thank heave i that Sho had married a Man who knew How to Rule us Well As to cherish her. Until now i had not speculated on their Sta Tion or calling it was enough for to that they belonged to the wide family of humanity. But As my musings wandered idly their future life i took this also into consideration. Both had a certain Grace and else of Mien and speech though through the wife s tones i distinguished the vague drawl which infects most classes of londoners. But the husband looked and spoke like a gentleman f Felt sure be was such even though he might stand behind a counter. A third individual broke their mid dle aged some Beach acquaintance made at Southend. His Chance question produced an. To my . Said the Bride we could Only stay a few Days at Southend because of my she paused a moment and then changed the Hus band into or. Goodriche. He cannot be longer away from the Young bridegroom then was in Busi Ness of those worthy Labouring bees who furnish the Community with Honey. I thought How hard he must have toiled by counter or in they seem too to meet me voluntarily on every shop to have gamed so Early in life a Home and Side not merely in society but in Chance Ren a wife. I respected him accordingly. Counters along the Wayside of life. 1 rarely journey the Miles away from my Home without or if you will manufacturing. Some pleasant and useful passage in human life makes me feel one with my fellow Crea Tures As though Tho world stretched out lovingly its hand Louie solitary one and called her Bister " Tho Oiler Day i took my Way Reader. I my As Well Tell you the truth that i Ani i Little old maid living in London and work a hard Fiat i May Livo at All also that in my interesting1 couple began a Lively Chat with their new companion at least the wife did. She put Forth All her smiles All that Battery of fascination with which she had probably before i her marriage won her spurs on the Field of con quest and been dubbed a Moat shocking and in the Shadow that gathered Over the quiet husband s Fuce i saw the reflection of that which must often have bitterly troubled the peace of the still More retiring Lover. True the girl was doing nothing new Friend was old enough to have been her father order to add a i mall mite to my slender modicum i so no jealousy could be aroused but still she of health i had for a Brief space at that wag taking her attention and conversation from Parade of a very res her husband to give it to a perfect pc Leblo Pard too u 13 too h Ith its Lovely Green she would not have done so had he been Only lanes extending close to the Bhore of what is All but the Sei its pleasant Cliffs feathered with Rich Underwood which the tide almost kisses at High Nater making the whole neighbourhood As pretty a compound Ofca Side and Rural scenery As the of both could with. When my Isino barque Tho London Steamboat Dryad me from thence i Felt a a n at my heart. One suffers Many such on quitting Earth ? pleasant nooks. I ought to Taw cot used to Good by by this bought i to half patiently half sadly y a couple of Hoosier girls who came on Ward the Steamer at the Little town of a Login t Vernon ind. They had evidently never been a Miles from Home and were making their first trip on a Steamboat. The elder one was exceedingly talkative and perfectly free and unconcerned with regard to the Many eyes that were scanning her movements. The other was of the opposite turn of mind in Clining to bashful near. At dinner our ladies were honoured with a seat at the head of the table and the eldest one with her usual Independence Cut her bread into Small pieces and with her Fork reached Over and enrolled each Mouthful in the Nice dressing on a plate of beef Steak before her. The passenger preserved bluffing a Podler. I if there is really a difficult Point to be Man aged and acuteness is required to effect it com mend me to a woman s wit for the purpose. Now there was a certain tin Ware Pedler the City to dispose of notions to such As were willing to bargain. He was a Perse vering trader and never suffered himself to be bluffed Oft with a abort answer. One House in particular he continued to visit in spite of con tinned rebuffs and assurances that nothing was never bought goods in that Way. Nevertheless he made his Calls steadily with each regular round until he became a regular pest and in reply to the information that it was useless to Call he made known his purpose to do so just As often As he pleased. One bitter cold Day the House Bell rang and the Good lady hastened to get her hands from the dough in which they were Busy to answer the Call. When she reached the door there stood the everlasting Pedler. Any tin Ware to Day have you any tin kitchens v Yee and away he to bring samples chuckling at the idea that his Zeal was to be successful at last. Muttered he like hanging on the tin kitchens were brought and tin Pana were next inquired for. The pans were brought and other articles enumerated to seven differ ent kinds until a goodly portion of the pedlar s Load had been transferred to the House. Is there anything More you want a am 7" of Don t want any of these i Only asked you if you had them i did t say la wanted i the Pedler was fairly Soldi and for a moment he Felt like getting the idea rather tickled him and he commenced to re turn his wares to the cart without uttering a word. He then mounted and Rode off satisfied. He has never called at that House since. Wives and ladies. Dow jr., in one of his sermons says the kind of a wife Yon want is one of Good morals and who knows How to mend can reconcile peeling potatoes with practical can Waltz with the and sing with the understands Broo ology and the True science of who can knit stockings without knitting her brows and knit her husband s travelled sleeve of who prefers sewing tears with a Needle to sowing Tares scandal with her Tongue. Take her if you can get her when you find her let her be up to the elbows in the suds of a Wash tub or picking geese in a barn. My text Speaks of a lady before a tub. You May think it absorb but let me As ure you that a female can a lady before a us in a Kitchen As Well As in a drawing room r parlor. What constitutes a lady 1 it is not he costly dress paint for the Cheeks false hair and still false airs but it is the general de orment her intellectual endowments and that evidence of virtue which commands the respect and silent admiration of the world. She a oui e recognized As a lady at once it matters not where or in what situation she be found. When _ who knows How to keep the pot boil no and look Well to household. So Mote the. Whimsical interruption. When or. Brydon Wasj Rector of Eltham in sent the text he one Day took to preach from was who Art thou after Reading the text he made As waa his custom a pause for the congregation to reflect upon the words when a Gen Leman in military dress who at the instant was marching Veryl sedately up the Middle aisle of the Church supposing it to be a question and tressed1 to him to the Surprise of All present re lied i am sir an officer of the 10th foot on a recruiting party Here and having brought my wife and family with me i wish to be acquainted Vith the neighbouring clergy and this to deranged the divine and astonished the congregation that though they attempted to listen with decorum the discourse was not proceeded with without considerable difficulty. Geo Job Washington was a Man of sense and Bis opinions on any subject Are deserving re Spect he said the foolish and wicked prac Tice of cursing and swearing is a vice so mean and Low that every person of sense and charac Ter detests and despises fifty cents if you please said a waiter at one of our hotels. What for Pray to blacking your Boot Why mine Are Patent principle s the same sir. T would have blackened them sure it they had t impudent who wag kicked Down the family Circle. . Kneel my child for god a litre Bend in lore but not in Kneel before him now in prayer thank him for Hia to mutant Ore Praise him for Bia boil Iowa every moment on thy he id t 4sk for Light to know he wll Aik for thy heart to fill i for Faith to Bear tree on through the might of Phr it he ask Hii spirit nil to guide thee through the ills that May Bee ask for peace to Lull to real every tumult of thy bread Aik in Awe but not in Kneel my child for god it Here. The Winter by Dpi Job h. Judah. Their Gravity during this operation by dint of great Effort. Perceiving that her sister was not very Forward in helping herself she turned round to her and exclaimed loud enough to be Beard by half the table Sal dip into the Gravy pays much any of Iii f this was followed by a general Roar in which the Captain led off. The girls arrived their place of destination before supper Banff when they left the boat All hands gave three cheers for the girls of the Hoosier state. Virtue is the Queen of labor opinion the mistress of fools vanity the Pride of nature and Contention the overthrow of families. It proceed three pair of stairs in Albany for using improper language at an evening party sent up a not requesting the Man who did it to inform him where he purchased his boots. A pit Mui we saw the Man who has never taken a paper. Hawa the most miserable looking creature we eve Law and seemed to be edging toward the poo House. Tub reason women so Seldom stammer is because they talk so fast a stammer has got n Chance to get in. People Stulajter Beans they hesitate. Bat who Ever a jagr a Woma to hesitate about anything j now Alir Tho fire and Cloia Tho Shuttera Light let tall Iho curtains wheel the sofa Ronny and while Iho babbling and loud Hilling urn throws up a ii Aray column and the cupa that cheer but not inebriated wait on Paob so let i Welcome peaceful evening sore pierced by wintry hour Many shrink into the sordid hut of Cheerlean poverty . While the Brilliant and cheering Sun of mild Ness and Beauty illumined this inferior world causing a Joyful sensation in the heart How few of god s creatures indulged in a thought of Ita flee Ness or meditated on the fury of the tem pest s blasts and tha pitiless ravings of the mid night storm and now that Winter has greeted us with his icy presence and extended his cold hand it Ornes our Bounden duty to Ponder on the Best Ethod of employing the evenings in a manner hat will be productive of the most advantage. After the Busy cares of the Day have in bid a and the Dews of heaven and the shades of be have fallen on the us affectionate Tatlier around the precincts of the Domestic cheerful and Happy fireside of there in the midst of the family Cir be meditate on the sad condition of the poor in sick and the heart broken and devise some method whereby the wants of the destitute May e relieved and the cause of humanity advanced. If Comfort is visible around our habitation and plenty his therein reared her Bright and Lori Bua Banner it would be Well to reflect that n our Beautiful and thriving cities there Are Many of god thousands of destitute mortals weary with their sorrows of life and who have no shelter save the Broad canopy heaven. While you. Fellow citizens were in the Tran quil enjoyment of All earthly Bliss blessed with Liberty and the Pursuit of while apply seated by the companion of your Choice fondling your Little children on your knee and Sterling to their innocent and pleasing prattle would be Good to contemplate the miserable of of those whose evening repose is on the cold and Frozen Earth and whose offspring Are at in hour of Midnight deep wandering abroad Ith nothing to protect them from the storm it Tho garments of summer. To consider the condition of Aucon m Luc Jiuu. F need is a duty that we owe to god no Jess Lan to the poor themselves. Go to the Mal equalled want Recliner go to the Shade obscure were Merit Pinea abide with him whom penury s Charma control and Hind the rising yearning of Hia soul. Survey Hia sleep ii Couch and standing there. Tell the poor paid wretch that life a fair. Western world. Knowledge and information. There is a great and Wise condition created Between knowledge and information. The Man if general information is fitted to take t part in any conversation or hold an argument upon he merits of any question while the Man of knowledge May and a often unable to appear creditably among Ordinary assemblages. In bration consists of a general idea of things without going into abstract causes. Know Edge is gained by dissecting everything and going into its minutia. The Man of inform Ion is acquainted with All the changes in the political world he keeps Pace with the improvements in the sciences he can talk intelligently upon All things and appear respectably at All times. But question him with a Little plausible ingenuity and you be Wilder and confuse him at once while the Man of knowledge stands secure on his footing and is not easily overthrown. The Man of information shines the More brilliantly. The Nan of knowledge has a larger and More beneficial sphere of that rebounds infinitely More to his credit in the end and to his Selt esteem in the How to Impi Iove the lose an Opportunity of seeing anything Beautiful. Beauty is god s Wayside Sacra ment. Welcome it in every face every sky every fair Flower and thank him for it the Fountain of All loveliness and drink it in Sim ply and earnestly with All your eyes. Tis a. Charmed draught a cup of Blessing. Not bin sets so wide a Mark Between a vol Gar and a Noble soul ask the respect and reverential love of womankind a Man who. Is Al ways sneering at woman is generally either a. Course profligate or a owner bigot. In few spa Peri in few spa Peri

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