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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 28, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI new is Joity 1841. B s lady s Man 9 a Gaitre. A edition than ume with the Jal number issued in the Ner that shall any other addition to he Talent i that the fashion me Aro Host in euro Firre t can be found in any work in this country or in Eucy Are engraved and coloured Aga me by the Best "arlisl3 t can , and Are Vays from the latest designs and London and Cense. A be relied upon the pc be m the United for m which they Are issued Ore for colouring Turt any cation and always have the Lri Bubois. In addition to by array of original contrib cd the Magazine has thus far arrangements have Bee made Nebr More of the Best Fri so that spice and a be looked for in the literary t in the new volume. Ind pastimes. This Ater Are of the Magazine shall erred As important to Young and in fact to All Young or Delight in the sports of the articles m this de fall be from acknowledged f the very Best authority. Do and paper. The vol 2 opened with a new and cast expressly for the mechanical execution shall asking neatness and the ill be upon the finest while w of popular music. The eyes of new and popular the Forte guitar acted for its pages and two Ges shall appear Reg party i. In this Way Tours can always test music at Low Rales Al n As it 13 published. Terms he terms arc dollars for Ibsen option and in no Case ice be Ibn cd or two copies pos tape discount Al Advance no subscriber in any without the the Rule imperious and 5 departed from Post pud 1eoroer Graham 3d arid Chesnut streets n. S will please copy and hereafter addressed in Cluny evening Post which publisher postage. Inet making. Ser ibor would inform and the Public in general that 1 a Large and maker s shop opposite the Eagle hotel Ait ii i to All Calls in Hue of 1 kids of furniture Constantij i As of various patterns. Of Superior workmanship. I Iii. Breakfast and dressing tables. Ads of All k cases made to order., brr Hopes by his Superior work arable prices strict attention Merit a of Patron b. T. Vanhorn. May 20th, 340. Nets tuscan pahn Leaf Tyriw Hefti Ancy bonnets from 25 Eto f. H. Smith. Cloths Are in want of Winter Dot fat never store where n to cloth Pilot Cioto Ete. F. H. Smith. Dec. 5, 1810. Oes and boots. And for Sale by f. H. Up feb Dies kid Seal Futua Tad Loon eco a shoes Guter boots oars Brogan Broom of off line and coarse v one out your Ned Call in Ard i will nit Ever Brosgart into waft pm. J within the year Iii. No. Well8borough whole no. 154 the Tioga Eagle. Well3bor00oh, Tiona county up conditions. making not More than a Square will be inserted three times far one j forgery subsequent insertion Twenty five cents larger advertisements charged in the same pro portion those exceeding six lines will be charged As a Square and those making six lines or 18 3-4 cents for every time after. The Price fur one or three insertions the tame. 47" All letters and communications must be paid to ensure attention. Al Liberal reduction to those who advertise 4y the if ear i no subscription received for a Shorter period than six months nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher a forget me not. By Lohak Wal Bredok task. A lady to her husband. Forget brighten May beam with spar Ding Firof forget me fairer forms May Causa thee to within my bosom boats a heart from sin and Folly free and in the Bloom of Youthful Hope i gun that heart to who left for thee her Happy and took thee As her guide who would not for a world Hare sold her station by thy aide when sickness racked thy languid Frame who watched thy painful bed whose fingers wet Why parched Lipe who bathed thy aching head t whose silent s up at Midnight whose form Ihnn met thy bight from the new world. A thrilling incident. The important question in not that we die but Bow we the Hospital at new Orleans during the prevalence of an Sells a sight beyond the Pover of description and of which our Northern friends can form but an imperfect idea. The invalids Are chiefly strangers far from Home Kindred and friends. Up on their Entrance through its massive Walls and into its sombre cells their names Are recorded upon the books of the institution with the place of birth ume of arrival and the departure trom thence As scrupulously the fatal word dead opposite Many of their names meets the Eye of the visit or and Calls up feelings an no Wise calculated to Render his sojourn there one of Meie pleasure or amusement it is in fact a visit to a Charnel death revels in his majesty of strength and makes the human Frame the scene of his banquet the music of which is the groan the Knell the pall the death becomes familiar amid such to his pow of Therri bed clothes to pieces and rolling of on the floor Dies Ere the attendants can re place him. Let the Leader picture such a scene and he will form a tolerable idea of the " 1a a residence in Lauderdale place which words Are inadequate to mass ssh Phi on the 23d of april describe. In no City however1, arc the in the Nafe Hez free trader re poor More carefully attended during the plates the following incidents in turf life severe Scourge than they Are Jyh new Asa Pilot the i in inc. I. What the first path through death of a hero. Gun. Samuel Dale one of the Bra Vest of the pioneers of the Southwest died at his residence in Lauderdale co. Vial m. _. A re Orleans but my readers take in to the first path through the to consideration the numbers misfortune Georgia to the Tom renders amenable to the cause of death. Arms in their Rands and _ f i i Art in _. La _ _ me Liun Iuchs this Iorine Vyborg a to ing i orb renders amenable to the cause of death. Arms in their hands Anc on one of the Beds near the Centre As a spy among the Span of the Monr a suck Man the at cards at Pensacola and As a partisan of. Sase. Tho nicer Doriner the to psf Man in the last Ai As a partisan of. Stages of the disease. The officiating sanguinary epochs physician had just informed him there ate at every Butch for hair breadth Prodor Dames with fairer form. Us the Mourner hot Luke the Winter of this has frequently look gel among the recorded names he has j by. Gut rms cast mine that s pure away i o Lea re Roe brighter eyes May beam with sparkling Firo o leave me fairer forms May cause thae to Admire within adj bosom beats a heart of 8ib an free while he a weak lamp Hall Burn r beat Tor thee. Happy future gleamed before us Here is a dreamy luxury in this which can Only be realized by those Perien ced this exercise of moment of danger and who live to dwell upon it. The writer of this in 1832. During semblance and sr., thus Hus off the contrasts Between sem Blance and reality in the scenes of a Ball enjoyed by the Young Folk of his imaginary congregation. A says he May not be an Angel though she through the mazes of the like a spirit clothed with the Rainbow and studded with stars the Young Man May his admired object on the Morrow in the True Light of reality perchance Nash tub the Gutter with frock up behind her Cheeks Pale for he want of hair mussed and satisfy either a roving disposition or to avoid Man s inhumanity to Man which in Northern cities poor and Necess Itous even Walls so As log Lul t of creditors with victim s incarceration Tullu Lor v a for what simply because me poor wretches cannot pay him a few incurred under an accumulation of miseries and for the pay ment of had asked time for the acquiring of health and a Prospect of employment. With a prison in the perspective a Christian landlord in the tront threatening him with instant seizure the heart broken creature flies from his Home his family and his friends and and a resting place in the City of the the widow s son Here breathed his last while she mourned his absence not his death her letters remained at the Post Anu Juat ii ii Inere a every outer Wasno was doing its work for hair breast the Man resigned himself a Almaty to for caution and coolness in his Fate. On the bed which stood in for exhibitions mediately opposite to that of the dying Gigantic personal strength and in Man a was one who had just been daunted mow Story is brought in from his boarding House Over with spirit stirring Inci his Case was also considered desperate. Deals by any thing in in in a sick who. Has not sex Send or h 8tory. His celebrated Ca Perien ced the agonizing feelings and where unaided in the mid Suhuei Ingson one there Are objects up dle the Alabama then in its Spring on which the Eye rests in these to flood he fought seven warriors with menu when pain permits the reason to clubbed rifles and killed them All and roam in to mental wanderings and a rowed to the with the Corpse of Zes upon some object calling up As it last antagonist under his feel would were the dreams of the past when be. Thought fabulous if it had not been health and strength went hand in hand witnessed by Twenty soldiery standing ,.i. I i in Render him no assistance. Which can some years ago he was attacked by Only be realized by those who have sex two warriors who shouted their War Penen ced this exercise of mind in the whoops he was kneeling Down to moment of danger and who live to and made a Rush at him with tomahawks. He knifed them and though bleeding from five is he retraced their Trail Nin a stealthily to their Camii. Binned three sleeping warriors and cd the thongs of a female prisoner Lav he their Side. While in this a Soutth sprang upon him a log taken at such a and exhausted by the loss he Sank under the Serpent grasp of the Savage who with a yell of Triumph Drew his knife and in a mrs Iviam i t i Don t know a am Back in the come look in the drawer then and find _ _ they were not Toie found but still Lucy was sure that she had put them there. At length one of the children suggested that they might be in the Box with the lamp lighters 5 and enough they were found. One would have supposed that this lesson would have cured her of being for one Day at least but it did not. In play ing a historical game with her brother a the evening the question came up in what age Homer lived. Lucy said six Hundred years before Christ. John said no it was nine Hundred years but Lacy persisted. She was Tun until a history of Greece was brought and she had the evidence of her own eyes. Lucy could never admit that she had done wrong or made a mistake there was always some excuse ready. Had torn her frock it was because some body had pushed her if her copy was not written Well it was the fault of the pen Ink or paper if her lesson was not Learned she was sure she did know it a minute before. R is this the right Way the daughter. The Early education of the daughter ought to More thorough deeper clearer sounder More extensive and better than the education of the son because the daughter Eaily in life and a Mother retire from the world to her own Peculiar the son if not thoroughly educated for his calling at first is compelled by by the world All around rivals in his own shame and to educate himself.-, indeed he is always learning some thing either by Good or bad for him to know. It is not so with the daughter who must Tearh Early in life or never learn. Be a woman Ever so wealthy in this country must know How to Wash and Iron Herl clothes and those of her family to nurse her children and teach her daughters to do the same. If she have servants they May be ignorant Lazy and worthless and there May be time no ser vants Ean be procured. She May be too poor to hire servants. So that every housekeeper must know All the arts of housekeeping. Ered an attack of yellow fever and believes that his life was saved by his Tongue. Dow or. In one of his Patent ser Mons published in the sunday Mercury thus discourses in relation to the unruly my text implies that nature made woman with a harm cases considered imagination of sickness does More than the one of these men to whom i particularly allude the nature of the Dis new moments would have closed the ease Nerur cry to contest. At that instant however the j Khiuit c i i lie Ola ease permitted to indulge in this fitful Iio Wever me dream Between life and death Morti woman Tomahawk deep into the us head of the and it Cain Moril fiction had already taken place and his pains were the Light of Ife was going out and the shadowy out line of the grave was before him. His eyes wandered around the vast room. U j Ucci Mioline head of the Indian and thus preserved the Lifa of her ways of receiving reproof oblivion which Vivere rushin7frrm that a not until the second Day to close up the discovered the break tit Nick t in physical strength that whenever the science of fist Ifica Tion might fail a her recourse to thai Long Tongue and i feel bound to say with regard for the delicacy of the feminine gender that women s tongues Are often too extensive for their own Especial Good and for the Benefit of the Community at Large. If they would Only bring them into play when necessity required say a word j but the fact is they Are to Apt to keep up a continual Click Clackl for the Sake of the music alone j and often too often they upset their own Tea arts while levelling a kick at their neigh Bor s. Why friends i know several of the sex in this City who have knocked out All their fore Teeth and worn and everlasting Workings of their scan dal distributors. I know it is the nature of the Beautiful animal to indulge Garru Lity and when the fourth of july in new York was celebrated with All the usual spirit the military the Temperance societies excursions the firing of crack ers rockets in the principal streets and places of resort and in the evening display of fireworks at the Hall provided by the corporation through the Day o was discovered at ten o clock in the morning in a two store Hotin in Sim inn g i reef near fac Tutu me roof was Burnt off. At 10 o clock a dwelling House in Hammersly Street was almost entirely destroyed and the adjoining building damaged with water. At 2, the House of Alderman Purdy was slightly injured. At half past nine in the morning thereof of a Small House in Christie Street near grand Street was partially Burnt and furniture damaged by water Early in the Day a firs broke out in a Small House in fled re Street but was soon extinguished. The Church at the Corner of Prince and Marion streets caught fire from a rocket Bat the fire was soon pot out. A dwelling House no 242 Elizabeth Street was damaged by fire on the roof from a bucket. A House in Lispenard Street fire on the roof in the same Way and much damage was done. The of the cry Hall a aught fire and the govern ther inside or out. Hor he is trying to gew nonsensical Way. Q this piece of business Girling to Iid after his Tail. a the ludicrous position a vat when we hear Man and wife my Bev it 68ch ? her in Home. 3 Mustard the greates.1 feat we have heard of order hot0 did you one who loved him j Ijiro to his ashes j e Many a Blooming Cheek has faded g dim a joyous heart has fal beneath the Upas breath of the fiery d of the South. What a contrast there is Between the summer and Winter of the South the first which in All other climes is All Sunshine and Joy to the Young heart is there All gloom and sorrow there Winters Are the Sunshine and Spring of the year. But let us return to the hospitaj.-, the Reader must imagine to himself a Long room on each Side of which sex St infjj8wholeiength a of each one which sufi let him picture a victim lying in All the pm ethic also imagine the effect of the disease of the inmates which Cor to their different the nature of the attack act in differ ways. Pne in the last gasp of death vomit up that dark part cites formed by superhuman Effort he Rose from bed tottered across the room caught the extended feverish hand of his Bro ther for they were Brothers kissed his quivering lips which were now clo Sinira forever attempting to speak but l j of regaining his own bed. One look on step he Aid Down and in a few moments the two Brothers phen mortification takes place All pain Madame de says that her in we a out uttering a murmur or shedding a tear till one Day perceiving in the coarse of chastisement that the mater Nal Arm had lost something of its Vij apr she began to weep passionately. Her Mother surprised at having produced this novel effect the cause and the pious daughter explained your biow3 Hurt me less than they used girl to new Orleans a. stopped her. You Are always a great Deal too sure Lucy say no wore at Preise it after breakfast when her sat Down to sow her to be found. Children do any of you know no was the reply of All including Lucy. Very strange then what has become of therny they were in my work drawer yesterday afternoon and i was out All the evening Lucy it seems to me Yon had them last night when we were making lamp said her brother John. So you said Charles. Don t you remember i wanted to take them and you would t let me it said Loo doff rather ashamed a did have them just a few moments have i not forbidden you Overta King my scissors i thought you care just for once and Yalj to Cut a Little you _ Umble. I Don t care Mere any meaning in them or not i Don t like it and that s enough. All talk be is the Case with some yeomen and the Loco uni Ndu Rahle and All talk with too much cider with the equally Nese Are my polities. As the rain by Thunder so give me a Tongue can silently shake of the particles of speech and let them drop calmly through my ear into the
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