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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 29, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaRe the invariably in no Case be for in it has been re or will be Issue hired subscriber in touring sub sort to re Aii the pay to ii rhe be free of sex v receiving of full whiter Onnor Stock to found in Tho county Isle to goods a a As we w As any inc Schantin ill be found p r Intel and published vol. In. 36 written far so ii is Iii sorrow when earthly fails that the soul turns to Reli support and Consolation. File moment of awaking after the night Fany or dreadful. The feelings re tuna renewed poignancy to the evil for a few hours in slump tar p physical Frame has he 1 from repose renders he mind rite to the to fibrin a which the of exhaustion had previously id Iho not subdued. To has not Felt the bitterness of a from dreams which have give cd happiness that never again can ours when dear familiar Roicki Din the silence1 of death have sounded in our Eart and lips re now mouldering in the Reagain smiled upon and blessed us. Hen remorse that never dying which upon the heart is grief then indeed is Iho bit is Complete. It i the Best rules to form a arc to Ulk Little to u j s we Takel the texan series of an edition Vav recently it Ting for the the m and Perham America if Saxon Ras it is per i h e san Short dista the City an different to i Ting canals Mienl dista tempera to the year in Antonio. Hie following description of Antonia from the son Santa be. Sex Geo. W. Kendall esq., to pinned from Mexico is Fri Cayuse. T pleasant place in Texas might say in any part of session of the Anglo san Antonio or Bexar j s More frequently called. Pilonio River which Heads a above meanders through 1 is Limpid Vaters from the it makes and the i Riga e brought within Albonie cd of every poor door. The f the water is the same a is neither too hot nor t 11 the inhabitants enjoy taif us and Lux Loo cold for bathing and a Day does not with ing the he Ury of Swir urging wac say for ind be scan the River splashing i Ling about like so Many Anders. The women in celebrated for their fond kill in aquatic sports and men worn at any Tim ving and pad Sand Hicl particular Ness for a exc Enfer the clip ill so much so Man Wanles somewhere apply to summer Breeze a health and Fertile la Are watered takes the Nio in every far i Sioris. Munso est me to Slat ment of Wilh the t rent Relig my m which thu they product Able incite in country. Inti Latec sub Sequer la by per the India by produced arcing them Day the this policy Tiu r pc to distrust Ofle s value others that de w. Temple. The always a having one they presen Wall. I r granary m the Back which the verts live print Iii the Punj which Stria Mac Tell at of a year payable half yearly in Adrance or 5o if not paid Trithi Nolte Wellsboro Otth Wimmers. S is pure dry and healthy at let old remark of if a o die there he must go appears special la to a Antonio. During the Arins a Cool and delicious ing bringing Comfort and it Little rain Falls the Rich the romantic River irrigating ditches Waters of the san Anto direction. Greatest curiosities in the of die City Are the mis describing these in ments it is necessary for that Early after the Settle t Xico one of the chief object of its policy was connected Wilh the of the authority of the roman a lie lie Church. The conver Sion of in i t Diane and the1 promulgation of sanity were interwoven e of wealth and an Appa Fervour. However want be feeling of piety with o Bojec la should be sought e some of the most remark s in the history of the e new doctrines were first Force and cruelty but in a More humane tem ing the superstitions of mix with the rites in to this and Malous consequences of to be seen in the in Dian some of which i will describe lie i i shall hereafter speak of our journey through the states of Guanajuato and Mexico. For the purpose however o affording Protection roman Cpl Lolic missionaries that were established it various times settlements which Sli 1 itar the name of missions. They Are very numerous throughout. Cale Fornix a d in Texas there Are Sev eral. Tolje Alamo at san Antonio was of were old in the n Sions of f o x Jose and most sub i Arra Kment importance and there ardly of less consideration or Hood called the mis Eption of san Juan san Lall of them were tap ally the Wales Are Ness and in their form and by were Frontier fortress have generally though not lurch at the Side of a Square Entrance. On outside the form of a Blank Square Interior they had a Large in outside Wall formed a series of in uss Fonaries and their con purpose irrigation. Such at least is the Case Westli Iho emissions which i have me Ilion de. The Alamo is now in ruins o ill two or three houses of the inner 8 Are being inhabited. The of in depend or Down Mission i Stone Buirl v there was a Large approx Fahje surrounding District for of cultivation through canals were made for the Tae Church was much ornamented and Ejgill remains though de priced of to e which once occupied i in but there is enough fail Sjol i rest the inquirer of its for Mer Hist re Jeven if he could for a moment Forjet the scenes which have made it celebre Pijl in the history of texan about two Miles Low san Antonio River is the inception. It is a Large a with a find cupola and Plain building is magnificent wednesday june 29, 18 42. T i Wie fought one of the Battles with the mexican it has not since been inhabited. Though not so Well known to Fame As other conflicts this fight was that which really committed the Tex ans and compelled those who thought of terms and the maintenance of a mex mexican connection to see that the time for both had the Mission of san Jose is about a mile and a half further Down the River. It consists also of a Large Square and numerous mexicans families still live there. To the left of the Gateway is the granary. The Church stands apart from the buildings in the Square hut not in the Centre the West door is surrounded with most elaborate Stone carving of Flowers images of Angels and Agures of the apostles. The interior1 is to the right is a handsome above the altar is Large Suprie cupola. Behind the Church and in connection with it is a Lowig Range of rooms for the missionaries opening in a Lery or portages of nine Arches. Tho troops were Long Quarter d the Stone c ar7ings have not been injured. The Church has been repaired and divine service performed in it. About a mile further Clown is the Mission of Juan. The Church forms part of the Side of the Square it is a Plain simple building with Little 6r Amentt Ulve adjacent buildings Are poor Arad but of repair. The granary stands alone in the Square and on the North West Corner of the Square Are the remains of a Small Stone Tower. The other Mission that of la Espa place of execution to try his axe s Edge anew on Fieschi and his conf Duraes and shortly afterwards on Young a baud. He brushed the rust from his Guillotine and carried into effect with he same impartiality As heretofore of the Law. Louis Xvi a bed was one of the first and Al baud athe last which fell beneath his the Nemesis of France Henri san jeeps tranquilly in the Church place Viher ing. Of the v shed for t exist Vas Ane know so called from their or Tom. Or some of settled Nonar from aforesaid Power or the voice Over Chil or just. It is usual to attempt he management of children either by compere Al punishment or by rewards addressed to the senses or by words there is one other Means of govern ment the Power and importance of which Are Seldom regarded. I refer to the human voice. A blow May be inflicted upon a child accompanied Wilh Worde so uttered As to counteract entirely iia intended effect. Or lha Parent May use language in the. Correction of the child not objectionable in itself yet spoken in a tone which More than defeats its influence. We Are Means aware of the Power of spice in Swaving the feel Ives of the anecdote of the lady to her minister s cer Mons if to the Point. Heard a Dis him which pleased her sex Kalk Lac e lie Rosic Riotis sect air Day ind was i heir of no i Good for men to they Belicov Only should hut this then Shoule agreement r cume marriage co freq ii course need singly. She expressed Friend the Hope loathe would preach it again. Said in reply he May print said she he Cocilo not print it in that holy there is a tone in the pulpit which false As is the taste from which it , does indeed work wonders. So Here is a tone in our inter our Deavor to convince primly of Liv bin neither up the argue it a them As they Wen j a Imere Forn thereby est so Nereus a tone in our Intercourse Al with children which May be among most efficient aids in their right Educa Tion. Let any one Endeavor to recall the image of a fond Mother Long since at rest in heaven. Her Sweet smile and Ever Clear countenances Are brought Viv idly to recollection. So also is her and blessed is ,th3t Parent who is endowed Wilh utterance. What which Lull s the to re pose it is no array of Mere there is no Charm to the untaught one in letters syllables and sentences. La is uie sound which strikes its Little ear that soothes and composes it to sleep. A few notes however a skilfully arranged if uttered in a soft tone Are found to possess a magic influence. Think we that influence is i on Frei to the Cradle no it is diffused Over every age and ceases not while the child re Mains under the parental roof. Is the boy growing rude in manner and boisterous in speech i know of no mint so sure to control cies As the gentle tones of a she who Speaks to her son. But give to his conduct the Sanction of her own example. Shejko Uroil on he already raging flame. In the pressure of duly we Are Lia ble to Uller ourselves hastily to our children. Perhaps a threat is expressed in a loud and irritating tone. In Stead of allaying the passions of , it serves directly to increase them. Every fretful expression Awa kens in him the same spirit Winch produced it. So does a pleasant voice Call up agreeable feeling. Whatever Dis position incr before we would encourage in a child the same we should Mani fest in the Lone in which we address them. Is nothing More desirable in a daughter than intelligence joined to a gentle spirit the mind is fashioned and furnished in the main at pc Hoot. But the character of the affections is derived chiefly from Home. How in estimable is the Confidence of that Mother in producing kind feelings in the bosoms of her children who never per mits herself k speak to them Wilh a loud voice in harsh unkind tones. I have heard of a father who his children became engaged in a Dis would at once require them to unite in Futsong. The blending of their voices in Harmony was soon fount to subdue their angry and contentious feelings. There a native Spontaneo ous1, up ought music it consists in the tones which Issue from her who is Over flow Rig Wilh Christian love. While i would advise the Mother to the culture of a pleasant voice and warn her of the evils of addressing her Chil Dren harshly i would still More ear Nestly counsel her to discipline her heart. Out of a kind heart come naturally kind tones. She who would train up her family the Sweet spirit of Christ can succeed Best and Hedu Ringler of All by cherishing such senti ments As shall seek their own unbidden expression in gentle yet All powerful Ersly ran or and sing wit i tract Illy to Cler o ver ing with John nor nent. Matter o were be we be us Cand according to be s Ake up to he in 1 e s the govt Ryjoi she wins if the other a the neigh and t which have flour then ceased to fas the Iron Ritea founded a Dohn Ler Rogers 1 who he godly town. Tenet of the sect Pori Etc and Spir marriage. It is is this Iso the ate one wife 0 her be Alj Maller of the should Ive Asl Man and ail like Loring of he Lii governor up Rogers and with him Ami in in of the i pro As he did Sarah would give conscience with Happy together 1 use then could they would i were they not e and live they professed was powerless. Boyhood of John be Tang with him to with him. Sual. Turned on the s the governor u on the Point Gray Sarah have be your lawful accepted an invite Alibi the conc Asalion As i old subject. After a Long i set Issei Why will you not n you not Laken her k replies John Bat my conscience Wilder of permit me to marry iver1, in the for us of the world s Verv Well. But Pau love yes " and respect her and cherish Hen Bone and flesh of to r a and Sarah. To be your lawful he f yrs certainly i and you an Cher respect him an certainly cr1 in the Narrie of the common to pronounce the Ravinis and Sarah were of tied by Lilje h slate. I do cd the the la Earlh i 10 to air guest a a dvrs was one gift spec table citizen of in the holy la a prisoner of an Emi a Hall s , the admitted Iii to discoursed with him n vhf his country. The f in Sawant love cd him lib a i lies of i in i i a he came from Lomeli escaped and Fetij she determined to of she left it father s ouse and Iff Toltsi of Thih Teeth. A Choice ans Dot. Lewsi apes sons and the durability of Ion. It was Here that to old governor sol Tonstall of Connecticut who flourished some forty years since was a Man of some humor As Well a perseverance in effecting the ends he desired. Among Ottier anecdotes told of i m by the be people the Ile a no l Ondo i by soils she Couk by. It Ince Santl got. To die i. I from1 Street to tree ii Woerl she t la readied so tet 1 usually accompanied her the attention of the was recognised by Bert consulted the on circumstance Ali was desirous of Bee Imin advised him her de this advice and a fruit on wag Thomas Chib shop of Canterbury tence to murder by the tools of t fill some of the most of English Lys tory. double and twist metre just imported from aft As the following Sample Libe is exquisite and to think so or. Header 1 meet. O meet me. Meet where most 1 Neath the Shadow meet me there at meet Mai there or or meet no. 202, a is the follow As Bone of your r flesh John. 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