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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 26, 1855, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI v of qq003, and Lor hard a Job r i. Uay before boy ing Iga general county by ounce to Tjie Citi the Sor rounding it an impelling Enedio Corning 7ail Trade sods in his Ine coated China v my Grapite. Yellow Ware of Lantiny and also a t. And Plain s of and most of pro is c. It in schwied the to Tori together ind would inform Otto Cili it counties that they Are to tapes tombs ones All Marble work to order at shortest notice terms. O. O. Etz p. Tuuu5k, b the following . ,1 Loving Tox. Jones vol. Xvii.-no.49. Country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest Ames thursday like to a whirlwind s Rush the Falcon s Wing doth Cleave the Pendant air the eight is dazzled Fay the arrows now like a meteor shot along the sky it its Cay in a Bright line of Light and living thing on High. I so time doll come and vanish while we gaze and months and years Engolph the swifter Days. So May our course be. That a shining track of deeds resplendent be reflected Back a Light 10 those whose Days succeed to ours a through time s untiring ceaseless hours. A i even went so far As to offer to tend b a liquor store Down the wife smiled. Now what shall we uttered Peter spasmodically. Why Well eat supper first and then talk the matter have you got any 1" of Bat you told me you had neither had we this morning but i be out of work. By Sylv Jarog cold Jyh. It is no use Maria i be tried everywhere Bat Yon Are not going to give up Mai Utip How can i help it t within four Days i have been to every bookbinders Iii City and not a bit of work can i but Lave you tried anything else what else can i try 1" Why anything that you can yes i be tried other things. I have icon i owe than a dozen of my friends ind Oifer l to Hilp them if they would hire Atul what did Yon mean to do for them i off Rcd Ciller to Post their account make out 1 , or to attend at the sirs. Ptau-Vuc-1 smiled As her husband thus what Ynn Smilo he asked. Think in should have imagined that Jon Wum in such places. But How u Mark lie is off than i so he has nothing in his House to it was a shudder that crept Over the wife s Ihrck now. Viliy to you tremble wife because Nhen we shall our for a fast to Morrow morning ice shall have " a Bat cried Peter Stanwood half Start ing from his chair. Do you mean Bat flour All gone. I baked the last this after you been after uttered the husband in Surprise. but How where what by nest i went to mrs. Snow s. I knew her was sick and i hoped she might have work to to done. I went to her and told her my Story and she set me at once do ing her washing. She gave me food to bring Homo Jar the children and paid me three Shil Lings i got hat you been out washing for our Butcher s said Peter looking very much surprised. Oif course i have and have thereby earned inc ugh to keep us in food through to mor Row Ai any rate so to Morrow you May come Home .0 but How about the o i have seen or. Simpson told him just h6w we were situated and offered him my watch As a pledge for the payment of our rent within two months with the interest on Allar rears up to that Date. I told him i did the business because you wore away Hunting up work r so he s got your Gold watch would t take it he said if t would become responsible for the payment to would it it then we be got a roof to cover us and food fur to Morrow. But what next 0, what a curse these hard times arc Itoi t despair Peter for we shall not starve. I be got work enough engaged to keep us what s by or. Snow has engaged me to carry Lall packages baskets bundles Ami so Forth to his Rich customers. He has had to give up one of his w Jat do you mean Maria just what i say. When or. Snow came Home t3 dinner i was there and i asked him if he Ever had Light articles which he wished Mark mentioned the name of that same individual again. Resumed Peter i have been doing the work of a Butcher s boy for a whole Mark was incredulous but his companion soon convinced him and then they separated one going Home Happy and contented and the other going away from Home to find sort of excitement in which to drown his misery. One Day Peter had a Basket of provisions to carry to or. A. It wag his former emr Ployer. He took the Load upon his Arm and started off and just As he was entering the Yard of the customer he met or. A coming out a Stanwood is this asked his old employer kindly. Yes what Are you up to now i m a Butcher s boy a what you see i be brought your provisions for you sir. I am a regular Butcher s and How Long have you been at work thus this is the tenth Day but Don t it come hard nothing comes hard so Long As it is Hon est and will furnish my family with and How much can you make a Day at this 11 sometimes Over a Dollar and sometimes not Over fifty f Well now look hero Stanwood there have been no less than a dozen of my old hands hanging round Iny counting room for a fort night whining for work. They Are Stout Able men and yet they lie still because j have no work for them. Last saturday i took pity on Leeds and offered him the Job to do my hand carting. I told him i would give my a Dollar and a Quarter a Day but be turned up his nose and asked me not to insult him and yet he owned that his family were suffer ing. Do you come to my place to Morrow morning and you shall have something to do if it is Only to hold your Bench up. I Honor you for your Manly Peter grasped the old Man s hand with a joyous grateful grip and blessed him fervent i inquired who the lady was and he replied he Home k in Wisconsin and she returned to . The whole family of Brothers and rns tens died of con an she the last one left f. of i turned away sick at heart and tried to shut out from remembrance that Palid , As i resolved and r again in this poor life of mine to unkind Fanner. A characteristic 1 and attractive. It a. Ouse in Paris div com co Why not be polite How ranch does it Cost to say 1 thank Why not practice it at to your husband your children your domestics if a stranger does some Little act of Courtesy How Sweet the acknowledgment.1 if your it s a matter of course 1 no need of thanks. Should an acquaintance tread on your dress your Best your very Best and by Accident tear it How profuse you Are with your never think of Don t care at if a husband does it he get a frown if a child he is chastised. A these Are Little things say you they Tell mightily on the heart lot us assure you Little As they Are. A gentleman stops at a Friend s House and finds it in confusion. He Don t see anything to apologize thinks of such matters Beautiful ladies in the United states and the Canadas. Order to obtain a fair Supply of or. Baum proposes to give an aggregate of in the finest is the Hundred bests looking faces As decided by the popular vote of whole no 907. A next York state women rights conf Tizoc Betm. A gust 15 and 16. Republican Seward fusion Auburn or Syracuse August 22. Van Byren convention new Syracuse August 22. Administration democratic 8q3t Shell convention Syracuse August coloured men s convention c. Of sixteen mar single to1 Send Hor Daguerreotype or graph on half a plate with the name and address in sealed envelope. The like Nesses will be numbered and Hung in the museum for Public scrutiny. Each visitor is re Quested to Check on a slip to be furnished such numbers As he or she thinks Best looking tip to the limit of one Hundred. The checked list will be deposited in a sort of ballot Box and on the loth of january next this bos will be opened and the lists examined. The portrait having the greatest number of checks or votes will take the first Premium and so downward. These Hundred portraits will be painted life size and form a gallery of american female Beauty and the ten of these deemed Best vill go into the Paris Book. The details of this with arrangements for Daguerre typing Cuse sept. 5. Know nothing site Council sept. 25. Moke Attica w Omen s Pubes in our in Presa on of to Day copies of three Remaria pfc documents. They include Nozae of the progressive ideas of this progressive age first is a Call for a National Contention of negro at Philadelphia second fora state Conven Tion of the same oppressed persons at and last an Appeal from the woman s Egeln state men in petticoats an-1 give women in upon All Tho Sisters to rally for the right of suffrage invention at Saratoga state ccptisrfftininitto.1 that night he gave or. Show notice that he must quit and on the following morning he ire have ton ale the last this then we must starve groaned the stricken Man starting across the be for Stanwood was a Book Binder by Trade my had Bow been out of employment Over a month. To wag one of those who generally calculate to keep about Square with the world and who consider themselves particularly fortunate if they keep out of debt. Lie was now All tha was said. He did happen to want just such work done though he Fiad meant to Call urn some of the idlers who lounge about Tho Market. To promised to give me All the work he could and i am to be there in Good season a the Well this is a pretty go. Jay wife turned Butcher s boy you won t do and such j ant. Why Why not because it will lower me in the social goes Homo his wife has been taking care of Tho sick ones and worked her life almost out. Don t see Why things can t be kept in better never were such Cross children be no apologies except away from Home. Why not to polite at Home Why not use freely the Golden Coin of Courtesy How Sweet they sound these Little words i thank or you arc very yes thrice Sweet from the lips we love when heart smiles make the Eye sparkle with the Clear Light of affection. I to polite to your children. Do you expect them to be mindful of your welfare to grow glad at your approach to bound away to do your pleasure before your request is half spoken then with All your dignity and author Ity mingle politeness give it a Niche in your household Temple. Only then will you have the True secret of sending out into the world a great the brutal impostor e Eastern Prince of the chinese insure the gents has issued a Temperance proclamation announcing god s Abhorrence of drunkenness and threatening to behead All princes Nobles ministers and people who indulge in the use of wine. No Morts. Price of a broken late Limbert c. Sands sued fur damages in a Case of breach of Promise of marriage. He was offered two Hundred pounds to heal his broken two he exclaimed two Hundred for ruined Hopes a blasted life two Hundred for All this make it three Hundred and it s a bargain a poor lie had three children to provide for besides himself and wife and this together Irith House rent was a heavy draught upon his purse even when work was pc nov but Thero was nothing. Y he said stopping we in the face vre 3-t i single Penny in the world but do not despair Peter try again to i sorrow for work. You b do Wei and so it then it is More honorable to lie still and starve and see one s children starve too than to earn Jonest bread by honest work. I Tell you Peter if you. Cannot find work i must. Trust to Moth to 1 i i it turn w of of landlord 8ha11 that All iinds of Light agreeable business Are seized upon by those who have particular friends or relatives engaged in them. At such a time this it is not for us to consider what kind of work we will do so Long As it is Hon est. Of give me the Liberty of living upon my own deserts and the Independence to be governed by my own convictions of but my wife Only Carr Vinn a 1___l_______7_ i or i Tyrl til by i would Little to do but on the third Day a heavy Job came in and Peter Stanwood had steady work lie was Happy than Ever for he had Learned two things fir to what a Noble wife he had and second How much resource for Good he held within Kis own energies. Our simple picture has two Points to its moral. One Man can be lowered by any kind of honest Bur. The Jou Are enjoying the fruits of the present for got not to provide for the future for no Man is so secure but that the Day May come when he to ill need the. Squandering of the past. The unhappy reply. By Rosal e. I do not think it is a selfish act if i oct Nuj this whole As i am to travel All this Long warm said a lady nearest me one sultry morning As i took Tho out of the Way end scat in the ears at Buffalo for Albany certainly was Tho reply As i put my shawl books papers Fen Boquet in the one end and nestled myself Down m the other. Johnson Philadelphia Joel b. Banner Adams county John b. Guthrie Allegheny county Thomas Cunningham Beaver county George Broekman Berks county William g. Murray Blair Franklin Ancka Thos. A. Maguire Cambria John Rutter Chester George Scott Columbia John Stuart Cumberland Henry Porter Dauphin Andrew Hopkins Dauphin Jacob Ziegler Dauphin John Lowe Franklin it Charles a. Black Green m. K. Boyer Jefferson Andrew Parker Juniatta Jas. L. Key nods Lancaster Nelson Weiser Lehigh John Weidman Lebanon ols. The influence of the male mind Over the stronger mine of Man is greater perhaps than Many Are w lying to acknowledge. Its operations Are various and mime men struggle fear fully to disengage them selves from it. But we believe that More requesting the favor he said that if the cashier would oblige him he would pay him in ten Days on the Faith of the cashier re turned word that by the rules of to Bank the endorser of a note must reside in the state. Free Day at a farmhouse a saw an old Gobbler try ing to cat the strings f sonic Nightcap that Lay on the to Leach. Said he is what 1 Call in it to the greatest is producing ii to ii it cd 1c to to to and had sunk into a fitful slumber gentle slap on my shoulder and a Low please made to Wake no with a sudden Start. Tho car was filled to overflowing and anew Many of her charms and consequently Power in the opinion of Many when she ranges herself on the Side of that which is wrong while it is impossible to calculate Tho influence of virtuous woman when that influence is exercised with tenderness and modesty. The ruin produced by a bad woman May be Udden and violent and compared to Tho bursting , or the overflowing of the Ocean but the influence of a virtuous woman is like the gentle Dew and morning showers which descends silently and softly and Are known Only by their effects in the smiling aspect of the valleys and the weight of the autumnal j of cisterns reminds us of a Story we heard the other Day. A Man arrived in the night at a hotel in a Western Village one end of which was just by a lock of the enlarged Erie caflo.1. Having occasion to step out for some purpose the traveler walked directly into the lock. After struggling for some time he at length climbed out and entered the House As wet As a drowned rat. Said he on coming in i Don t know the size of your House but you be got an almighty Biff Cistern to a Companio said a knowing a Panion Don t stand on de rail James Burns Jno. S. Moreland Montgomery county. George r. Barrett Clearfield county j. D. Within ton Northumberland county James r. Ludlow Phi a. City and county John Robbins jr., Horn 11, Kureas g. G. Wescott 11. A. Gildea Bernard Reilly Schuylkill county of. W. Hubbell Wayne county David f. Williams York county. The through one of our country villages a Short time before Oura Ninal election we chanced to meet a boy with books a slate under his Arm whom sized to be a Clergyman s son of the when the following dialogue ensued Well my Json have you been to shoos to Day i Don t know you know but what mikes you Uii Tuituu Al ctr. You must go prepared to1 do any reasonable do you cal1 roa30nawe Ruc " it Felt almost inclined to smile but too serious for that and a Cloud face. She knew Hor husband s a and she Felt sure that to would in Ork. She knew that he would look some kind of work which would not smile i will stay at Home and take care of i the it was hard for Peter Stanwood but the More he thought upon the matter the More he saw Tho Justice and right of the it. However she knew it i no Asa to ba7 anything to him i my she let the matter pass. I xxx i following morning the last bit of i pm d i was upon the hrs hardly Cali be that was Butcher s in the morning. J and Stanwood went upon his Newby Pincus. Or. Snow greeted him warmly praised his Fai haul wife and then sent him off with two baskets one to go to a mrs. Smiths and the other to a mrs. Tixall s. And the new Barrier worked All Day and when it came night 36 had earned just ninety seven cents. It had seen a t a of trials to him but no one had sneered him and All his acquaintances whom to had met had greeted him the same As Usu Al. He was far happier than he was when to asking permission to sit beside me. With More pity than pleasure i shared my seat with her yet i spoke but few words and sulkily bore bore taking the restless Little creature to rest her poor wearied arms but merely Smoth cd its Yel 11 hair and patted its Pale baby Cheeks and that 3iary was a Good and Sweet name. Dow of those picturesque views that flitted by us so quickly that they seemed like glowing pictures i out one imperfection when my attention was drawn to my companion who was inc slant by couching. I Ani ashamed to confess it now but i Felt the angry blood Burn in my Cheek and a Flash ing of eyes As i replied i am quite sick and so wearied and troubled and hungry and thirs and Here you come As on intruder and Hon. Geo. Evans late senator from Maine alluded thus to the mock american Organiza Tion. A talk about free americans there is not a serf under the most despotic govern meat of Europe not a Hod Carrier on the continent who would submit for a moment to be dictated in matters of opinion. No sir the True american principle is the right of forming our opinions and acting Road. Why not ease if de cars see Dat Pouf of Yourn Day will it am de dip and run right in it. R innocently popping flip Charles said a Young lady to her Lover there is Noth ing interesting in Tho paper to Day is there no love but i Hope there will one Day we both shall be the lady blushed and said of course for shame can fooling by violating the first rights of an american right to vote and think and act As he deems Best instead of being driven to the polls by taskmasters. Have m to Tell Urtha these Are whig principles and that they have Only gone to another party and still retain their principles sir if these Are their i repudiate them now and forever., arms he present forgetting the past s future to look out i let was and when Twe said something must w the gone than mrs. Ler and Shaw her w was a girl seven years old and four. She asked her next door _ would take care of her child these children Wero and Thev were up went she returned at Dattler for her children she Home in i " basked after her1 husband sat what Luck a Cut be groaned. I inf t dinner put of an old i a j can t find i of let c y011 looked to Day Rio to a Hundred 8 in every a i m of work have you offered on the next Day to earned Over a Dollar id thus be continued to work fora week and at the one. Of that time he had five dollars and be Verity Lloro cents in his pocket having paid for a 1 the food for his family save some jew pieces of meat Snow had Given saturday evening to met Mark Leeds another Binder who had been discharged from work with himself. Leeda looked careworn and How goes it asked Peter. Dpn t ask groaned Mark. My family Are half but can t you find anything to do have you tried every where but it s no use. I be pawned All my clothes save those i have on. I be been Down to the bindery to Day and what do you suppose the old Man offered me what was Why he offered to let me do his hand Elar Ting 1 he had just turned off his Nigger for drunkenness and offered me the place old curmudgeon by the Powers i had a great mind to pitch him into the hand cart and run him to the Mark mentioned the name of an individual who is supposed to dwell somewhere in a re Gion a Wanner than our Tropea. The question has been you would be done by said i tartly and without waiting for a reply i Rose and was letting Down the window with an angry crash As a naughty child would slam the door when she Laid her poor wasted Little hand on my Arm and 0, Don t do it and burst into tears and leaned her head Down on her baby bitterly. The woman in my heart was touched but putting on the injured air of a Martyr i com pressed my lips and took up a paper pretending to read. Pretty soon my eyes grew so dim that i could not see without crushing the tears often. I resolved to ask her Pardon for my unkindness but minute after in input glided away and we soon reached Tho place of her Destina Tion and she arose to leave. I Rose too and the words were on my lips when a gentleman came to assist her out. She turned her gentle and tearful eyes upon me with a sad expression and bowed so sweetly that my hand was almost upraised to Appeal to her for forgiveness the words were just dropping from my lips j but she was gone it was too late and i a woman with a woman a heart was left with that stinging Little Barb striking in it and the Sweet words and wasted Little hand that alone could remove in lost to me forever. I Sank Back in n and wept bitterly. If every word of the Story i have related in not mrs Smikes says the reason children Are so d this generation is owing to the wearing of Gaiter shoes instead of old fashioned slippers. Mother.8 find it Tod much trouble to untie Gai ters to whip children so they go unpunished but when she was a c wild the Way the old slip or used to do its duty was a caution to snakes. Vermonters live of Mother says i must follow Iha exam ple of my pious father and is the Way he answers when she asks him about the know nothing party and she says he Don t lie be causes he says there is a Kink in but when i asked you if you had been to school you said you did not know. New that the of there is a Kink in it they Don t civil it a Call it the truly thought i that is a Young american and no mistake. The wat to evade a what do you believe said a Man to his neighbor. Why i believe the same As the Church be Pray what does the Church believe Why the Church believes the same As i Why then what do you and tie Church both believe i i Why the Church and i both believe the same a Wise must not pay with that Little girl my said an injudicious Parent. Shirt sleeves while it is considered Correct ladies themselves to appear before gentlemen without any sleeves at All. The reason is obvious. Each exhibits that which the other desires to their their hands. Said a boy to Bis parental pro Tector a venerable Quaker i can lick thai that May be All very True my son but if thee does will get thy hands blacked in the was the Wise Council of peaceful Friend be. A counsel which every sagacious editor sees frequent occasion to follow. A Man was recently employed in some sewerage works Halifax and while being wound up rapidly out of a deep Hole after having lit the fuse of a blast the rope of Iri to the carelessness of the parties at the top was suffered to slip Back again. The Man fell close upon the impending danger and in the sudden View of almost certain death fell upon of prayer his penitence in slip. That they have forgotten who they Are Vul Are no neighbors living who can remember. I Dew declare Sal Yeau Dew look Pootz Waal Solomon a it i eating As fast As i can replied Sal with her Mouth full. The following notice was affixed to a Leeds this ouse 2 Lett. I Ienir Dang me if i Don to believe the world s a wheelbarrow said a Jolly inebriated and i m the wheel revolving on the taxis. Now i in in the said he Asho fell headlong in the Gutter and now i in on dry land As he fetched up on the Curbstone his conc asian remark As his boots followed his head Douai an open cellar Way was sow the. Wheel is broken and the Werkie is out of it has been ascertained Sayn a co Tempo Rary that people Whol pay the Printer yearly Are Seldom struck by j lightning. If this be a Bona fide fact we have in our mind s Eye a fico ought to procure lightning rods i Stanter. Nothing but a1 Good life can fit men for a better one. Should not loaf do and she has lot of i cannot help that my responded the Herf Therisa but i Don t play with her father. I play with her she Ain t said a traveler a a 1______i a to old maids. To Little i Fillow to Noyi Wuriu .--.j-tt. And a Small jacket but without it tory necessary article of apparel my lad where a your shirt _ Mammy s washing have Jon no other Sci aimed the boy in Surprise would Yon want a boy to Hava thousand when men Mair now a Daya they get More whalebone than woman More bags Shauf a new re bit Roa oct tour feet in boil hot

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