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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 21, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI s t Jolt kit w Neil twelve Linos in and far five cents. Notices not for seventy five cents. Three insertions the same. To of family., a hymn composed by and suns by acc society on Ibe then and never so As an arg Itaf stance jul Caudle r 1 his inv break of Day Vilh were Nore her Portiin. A gets l for m Lier Eye u he falter ii to that if or Valdini Salin a round Sci i Llinat drat i Hod in Eiliv was born. From Thi London mis. Caudle s curtain meet miss no 4 family us triple Burton 1, t Bah i1 that s the third umbrella gone. Since what were Yon to let him go Home in the ram to be sure i m very certain there was nothing about that could spoil take indeed he does t look like one of the sort to take cold , he d have better taken cold than take our Only umbrella do you hear rain or Caudle and As i m alive if it in t Saint Swithem s Day do you Bear it against the windows nonsense you Don t impose upon me. You can t be asleep with such a Shower As that. Do you hear it i of you a hear it Well that s a pretty to last for six weeks and no stirring All out of the House. Moab Don t think a fool or. Don t insult me. Fit return the umbrella anybody would think you were born yester Day. As if anybody Ever did return an urn Brylla you hear it Vors. And worse cuts an l dogs and for six week six weeks. And no umbrella i should like to know How the children Are to go to school to Morrow. They Shan t through such weather i m learn Tiff it s All father Wal leave pm i m sure. But they shall go to school. Don t Tell me f said Yob aggravating Caudle you 4 spoil the temper of an Angel. They a ago to school t Mart that. And if they Getty air deaths of cold it idiot my fault i did t lend the limb Ella says Caudle it his is 1 fell asleep and Drc ampt lhaftli6 sky was turned into Calico with ribs that i dict Ibe whole world revolved under a tremendous Ella mrs. Caudle s curtain no. 5. _ your pocket was picked of a Pound of Pryce company you have been in to have your pocket picked but i dare say i shall hear All about it to. Morrow. I be no doubt sir Yota wets Dani cing at the Anrthur 1 should like to have seen you no i m not making myself Iii colons it s you that s Takin g yourself Ever body that in try a you so. Everybody knows what i have to Rel up with from you. Going to a fair indeed t f at your time says Caudle i dozed off hear ing confusedly the words roundabout Pink Bonnet Fra Fri or. Candle has teat to Greenwich fair. Hem so or. Candle 1 Hope you enjoyed yourself at Greenwich. I know it very Well sir know All about it know Inoru than Yon think i know. I thought the re was something in the wind. Yes i was is re of it when you went out of the House to i knew it by tie looks of you the outfit i did a n t say anything upon my word Ari i Yon Call yourself a respectable Man and the fat her of a family going to a fair amongst nil soils of people at your time of life is Niue not to re scum their god mess you Iii Meil to Wissel i v slut i favored nation imply Home the reformation to Ain such Bie airings conc 1 Cam m by round our Standard res the Edge to t to a Rev 3 the Banner Lis it indies . If not Oiin your daughter must Ilbrink but water Vic your son. No they shall Stop it Home and never learn blessed creatures Hin go and get and when they arow a i wonder who they la have to thank for knowing indeed wit their people who can t feel for their own children ought never to be fathers. But i know Why you Lent the umbrella of yes 1 know very Well. I going out to Tea at dear Mother s you knew that and you did it on purpose Don t Tell you Bate me. To go there and Lake every Rhear. Advantage to hinder Cut you Don t think it or. Candle. No if it comes Down in buckets Lull i la go the More. No and 1.won t have a cab where to you think the. Money s to come you v club a cab indeed Cost sixteen it Pei be yes and never think flaking Jon wife i h you. Of no you can go and enjoy. Yourself out with Don t know who go out and make yourself very Elf its ant i dare say. Don t Tell me 1 hear what a Nice companion or. Is what a Good tempered person a i Only wish people could see you at Home that s All. But so it is with men. They can keep All their Good temper for out of doors their wives never see any of it. Dou t know be a of Ili a i m sure i poor woman. an eloquent portrait of tie Saviour. The following is a description of the person of Jesus Christ As it was found in an Ari Cieni manuscript sent by plubious Lentsius presi Dent of to the roman Senate there lives at this time in Judea a Man of singular character whose name is Jesus Christ. The barbarians esteem him As a Prophet but his followers adopt him As the in Memeti. Of Imp coital god. He is endowed with unparalleled Vitue As id Call Back the dead rom their to heal Evcic kind of disease a word or touch. His person is tall and elegantly aspect amiable reverent. His hair flows in those Beautiful shades which no United col ii can match falling Graceful curls below his ears agreeably couching on his she Aldeis and parting on the Crown of his Bead like in Vincnt of one of painters of in Tran i Nee now not in an ii Lemner at All. 1 know i used to be a fool when vre were first married i used to Sony and fret inns Ali to death when you went out but got Over that. I Woi ild us put myself it of the Way now for the Best Man unit Money s to Hod. For what got Nice High notions at the get hone at 6 who Don t care for their families who Aie Best thought of. 1 Only wish 1 could Brinig february 7, ii845 the carnival with a its Vagan cios and is ii rally finished the mass cd balls Are suspended. The numerous crowds of joyous beings no Longo throng theatres and other a tick log saloons. The reign of Lusard the the Distin Gnu spied composer of quadrilles and at an end at one of the last balls at the Gram opera where he officiates As conductor two Hundred musicians there collected Logel or a number of the Giddy dancers Maku their Way through their midst penetrated t his taking him Shente. Bore him in Triumph Aioli id the theatre which run with the voices of some Sis thousand persons shouting Vive the King of the Dame the greatest excitement Preva for Tome length of Timmen spite of thei of forts of the soldiers and Mizii Sipal guards always present in All Public assemblies to prevent disturbance. Mardi or the february Leing the la St Day of the Carni Val is the great Holiday of the season into this Day is crowded More of Folly and mirth iban any other Day in the year. The whole Community Are permitted on this Day to appear masque Ditt the Street under cover of this License to commit a thousand extravagances which amuse Liis easily excited peo ple. On the fashionable of people thronged the Trotters to witness who dressed in every color a tid fashion Rode Ali Tough the Street in open vehicles. One i saw Riding pied by Roft Tal striking orc 4 interview Raj Norw proper Corti up a suit is March the King Shortl he court Yard was empty. Thereof x Tco soon finished his journey mid duly i Ilerd and dressed was eaten by the of France to formed a part of the Lent dinner of Quatt Victoria and her Souh and the other m Kislers shared the and thus Engelh the Day of father Gratiot the evening of this Day was spent by Wany of Hie inhabitants of puns in Atti Jiding the Ina squad balls of which there score to balls at lie barriers we thanks does a poor All. No it s those cabs gain to s to pay in i m Suie throwing Man s the work of if not a Ebli incl illustrated in portrait drawn in another he ibo stands Ami list All the Exi Lof Trade firm Calm la is the Man who can see another s Bis on n. It is the Man Emu Cilnis Wii advantages do not Blind idiot in Iii stand who could sit As i my i question Between himself and just us safely As the purest a Jjon the Beni cd of Justice. A run car than far no Lithe rain of magisterial authority i irate fill Thun the guarded pomp Cir rely it is the Man who to himself ins neighbor and Itris to in True to his con Leals Ilia the slightest Sug i Tail is More to him Ciance of acquiring an Hundred is Otisi Elered such a charac or n the divine Model lie it m is admired secures if homage of i m Isril Vinable All without wealth i Intel decl in really gives i Pae Buly Asp i t0 human nature that Multi Jde it should be so rarely j indeed that so Comparativo i be in aspiring to its attain ancient City had its liar lion whale integrity no one Ever perhaps every considerable City Able to Point to one two a with United voice there is i fully Tiu Steil under All Circum to eminently the Case with Tho late of Philadelphia. As on when a citizen who had Pur him ant just removed to Bis own Iii Anhly of goods unexpected Likely to fail offered at Sui generation for the Good Raan to Are you said pay All your then Keer the said he Haro with the now ibis Istee but the Case ail y then spoken of As very re n even in the Good. City of Philadel nature to that and is advancing and that such cases Huly sense of Justice would. Not so May Herriage and admiria for if Ere a Back ii i like to for i in r pay for on you can to if you go on a away your progeny Umbon Liliu. Do you hear the. Rain or. Do you hear it but 1 Don t Mother s to Morrow i will am what s crore i la walk every step of the you know that will give me my death. Don t Call me a foolish you that s the foolish Man. You know i can t Wear and Wilh no umbrella the wet s sure to give me a always does. But what do you care for that nothing at Oil. 1 May be Laid up for what you care As i dare say i a pretty doctor s Bill there la be. 1 Hope there will i will teach you to lend your umbrellas Aga a. 1 should t win Der if 1 caught my death yes and that s what you Lent the umbrella for. Of course Nice clothes i shall get too through weather like this. My gown and Bonnet will a spoilt quite. Need t i went pm indeed. Or. Caudle i Wear pm. So sir i m not going out a dowdy to please you or anybody tue. Gracious knows it in t often that 1 step Over the indeed i might As Well be a slave at once bitter i should soy. But i do go out or. Choose to go As a lady. Of that it is of enough to break in the windows. Ugh i look Forward with dread for to Morrow am i to go to Mother s i m sure i can t Tell. But if i die i la do no with Gretal or. Caudle if you bring borne another umbrella i la throw it in the Street. I la have Ray Ojen umbrella or none at All. A and it was Only last week i had a new nozzle that umbrella. I m sure if i d live known us much As i do now it might have gone without one for me. Paying for new nozzles for1 outlier people to laugh at you. Of it s All very Well for can go to sleep. You be no thought of your poor arid your own dear children. You think of nothing but lending umbrellas men themselves lords of the creation lords when they can t even take care of an umbrella 1 know that walk to Morrow will be the death but that s hat you a then Yon May go to your club and do As you then nicely my poor dear can Edrei will be then sir then you la b Happy. Of Don t Tell me i know you else you d never have Lent the umbrella you have to go on thursday about tha summons and of course you can t go. No indeed you Don t go without an you May lose the debt for what i car myself not to care for mine. And a by could t you say like a Man you were going to Greenwich fail when you went out it s no use your saying that or. Can did l think of loaf i die Don t Tell me you i you d made your mind up o you know i say 1 l prey games you be lad no doubt 1 go to should like to have been behind you that s All. A Man at your time of life and i of course 1 never want to go our. Of no t May stay at Home with Tho cat you could t think of taking your wife and children like any the decent Man to a fair. Of no you never care to be seen Wilh us. I m Many Don t know you re or Arrieri How can Tiey your wife is never seen Ivich you. Of no anybody but these to you Gie Evrich fair indeed of course you went up and Down the Hill run Ning and racing with nobody Don t Tell me 1 know what yen Are when you re out. You Don t suppose or. Cau dle 1 re logo ton thut Pink Bonnet do you i won t hold my Tongue and i m not a foolish woman. It s no Antler sir if the Pink Bonnet was fifty years All the ame for that. No and if i live for fifty ars to come 1 never will leave off talking fit. Yuu ought to be ashamed of yourself Vir. Caudle. A few wives would have been what i have been to you. 1 Only wish ii time was to come Over again that s All would t be the fool i have Beer. Going to a fair and i suppose you had Fortune told by the gypsies 1 you need n t have wasted your Money i m sure 1 Tell you your Fortune or. Caudle. And t would be no at your wife and children did t suffer with you. And you Raus f go Riding upon donkeys you did it go Riding upon donkeys yes it s very Well for you to say so but i dare say you did. 1 Tell you Caudle i know Vihani you Are when you re out. 1 would t Trust any of especially Caudle. Then you must go in the thick of the and have the girls scratching your Coit with rattles you could t help it if they did scratch your coat Don t Tell me people Don t scratch Coats unless they re encouraged to do it. And you go in a swing too. You did t in a swing but i m a foolish w Oman to think so am i Wells if you did to it was no fault of you wished to go i be no do Tibt. And then Yon must go into the shows there you Don t deny that. You dul go into a show. What of it or. Caudal a Good Deal of it. Sir. Nice crowding and squeezing the head Diess of the sect of the Nazarite a mis forehead is to Coth and Large the Cheek without spot save that of a Lovely red hit nose and a rough Are. Formed Wilh exquisite symmetry his Brard is and suitable to the hair of his head reaching a Little below his Cinn and parting in the Middle like a Fork his eyesore blight Clear and he rebukes with counsels Wilh mild Ness invites Wilb the most under and persuasive language. His whole or in won or deed being elegant grave and strictly of so great a being Man Las seen him but the whole world Mali him weep frequently and so persuasive Art his tears that the multitude cannot withhold tie is joining in sym Pathy Wii h him he is moderate temperate and in Short. Whatever this Phenonia Cnoria Rory turn out in the end he set is at a of excellent and divine on every Way surpassing Chi l f a poor of horse whose every Bone was distinctly visible through his. Shaved skin the window of a Victualler in the Vicinity attracted a Large crowd. In it was displayed an immense Turkey apparently of same so ibs weight stuffed with i Ruffers. On it was affixed a Label stating that it was to he sent to the Duke of Welling at a Cost of Sico. Mardi gras is the gala Day of the butchers and the principal object of attraction in the procession which formed by Heui. It is Buti the remnant however of a great care these Are at the palaces called outside of the barriers Are the Bouses and gardens of traitors a kind of Victualler. They Are called go and Here the lower classes result in great numbers to it nth to rut for the and nut hating jail the tax Irvind Fay Iha govern mint in every article in ii Glit Wirt in the City Walls can be of a better Quality for the Ruo for 4 Tui tie us Bettr Gummy wine pays 8 cents duty and is Worth 30 cents to the City in it May be obtained for nearly halt the Money , a gun gut tie adds an orchestra a Kail room to its other Itiat lion it is called by Tringue. At the Bari ice is. Martin Teie Are numerous places of this Foit great number of year there has a. Custom at the close of the carnival t it Fin Ishing the full Muf ii a of the City All the masques to Ude to this Bamer. Bus received the the Eilent in order to it in the com Rorty. Of my friends it arrived at i be Barrier Ai 4 o clock a. M it being then to Early the City balls out having finished we went into Ort of these tie Price of Aii Mission was 20 Els or one finite each White or red Burgundy Aid of Quile a Good Quality. See us then in luring with a bottle in one hand a nimbler in the other with but Askew to the up Carance of Beni Fig no Bener than we a very Luck Essaiy precaution i this Quarter of the City and us i his tune of night " at cables around the Doorn were seated the men men and Ullh Zitwer classes of so by of Olden times. The Progress of mod Cie Tyi some eating All a ticking. Ern re nement bus gradually been detract ing j de Dri uses gave n very order to lion the Kiili rest formerly attached to it i the Puc. On an like Ollie is of Tuhcic Cusco res it will fall haps a dozen Miro Iciano w up d work. Nerl k. In Iron of the Way to poverty. The l 4 or the most is Ami a by Lbw la a Farmer in Massachusetts has give a Short history of his experience in acquiring and lose property. About 20 years ago he began Ith Little and by Industry and Economy add d something to his properly every year built a House then a barn bought several ols of am though he had a Large family continued to thrive until he owned a Good farm and convenient buildings and owed no Man a cent. All things went on Well until a Cir bearing farm was offered Lor he in he paid fora part of it from his soon he into disuse and finally be clod from the fact of Arox. Jai Gest mid fattest that can be found being led around thu City in Triu Prial procession and afterwards have thought that it be the remnant of some religious solemnity and that the of was sacrifice sol to some of the other Heathen divinities. As it is i will attempt a slight description. In order to make the entire circuit of the City to visit the numerous Public Slaughter houses two Days Are Mardt gras or shrove tuesday arid the sunday preceding. They visit the King the minister of state and other functionaries. I was present at tie Palace of the till tries on the visit to Louis Phillippe. First sedately Marci cd a detachment of the municipal guards then a band of musicians each Isi a different dress of fantastic character playing the popular airs of the ii. These were followed a detachment of Young butchers or horse. Own funds and borrowed the remainder at the Bank. This was the filet step in the town Hill Toad. When the Bank debt came due he went to another Bank and borrowed Money to pay the first he continued to run Iron Bank to Bank for. Some time the debt increasing. He now concluded to try speculation in order to extricate him self ins embarrassment he obtained i i j i Borns More Money from the Bank and purchased droves of cattle sheep and bogs in the West in know and you a rammed Man places and the father of a won t be so much As spoiling your better lose a people deserve to lose debts who lend1 umbrellas and i shool Dike to know How i m to go to Mother s without 1 ohm Don t family Tongue. It s for you to threaten to get you re to or to Greenwich fair and lace up and Down the Bill fld kiss in the ring newspaper pah it s or. Caudle. Of i Daie say you by play at it if Yon wit you d have liked to and that s just As bad you can go into the shows and round i was you i should hide my the clothes and be As Hannd of country which he drove to Brighton and other markets he lost Money on Ever drove and became More and More involved he mortgaged one of his farm to the Hospital life insurance but this did not save personal property was attached and sold at auction his real estate win to pay his creditors and in a few years nearly All his pro Perty was gone. He concludes his communication with the following All who Are not under the same Tion take warning by me and flee from the Banks and Boston Loans or poverty and mis Ery await 4necd9te of John Randolph. Preventive of ran Dolph in his Best years always gave the weight of his influence to revealed religion but it is Well known about the time when his character was forming the atheism and mat Nalum avowed by certain leading politicians were making Fet Tansini e Revoc of the or inf Isles of Young Wen in Many parts of the land. Or Randolph As stated to As by the Rev. Or Alexander of this City formerly a of Ibe same Section of the coun try was once speaking on this subject to a distinguished Southern gentleman and used Back Liose garbs represented the fashions of court icis of by gone Days. Surrounded by six or eight athlete men bearing axes and other implements of kind wreaths upon their Heads Mig. Be called the pall the colossal the Reno tie father As he is a velvet Mantle trimmed Gold lace upon his and his silvered in the moonbeams for a wonder the Sun Bhone brightly for the first Lime during Many in fear that be cause we be no umbrella. And what is most mean of the children to dear things they la be you Caudle you can go and enjoy yourself this remarkable language i believe i should have Jeen swept away by the flood of infidelity if it had not been fur one Ihung _ the remembrance of fits time when my sainted Mother used to make me Kneel by her Side take my Little hands folded in hers and cause me to repeat the lord s might be unable to walk two Days in this procession his place was filled on sunday by one of the five others who were competitors for the honors of Mardi gras. After him came a triumphal car drawn by four in gorgeous in which were eight or ten of the butchers apparent y representing the mythological divinities. In their midst was a Young child of some of age who is called he was clothed in a White Muslin frock with Hort around his head was a Wreath of roses. 1 pitied the child for the Day was very on the sunday previous his Little arms were purple and he trembled involuntarily. Enveloped in a cloak and in my thick clothing i was uncomfortable on thir one of Ihei Ohi est Days of the season. In the court Yard of the Palace the procession halted. The King and the Young co tint of Paris the heir to the throne came out upon the Balcony and sainted the numerous crowd which filled the place. It grieved me feeble shouts of the people at the appear Ance of the King. I longed those old Walls ring Anil his ear be regaled with such Huzzah As Greet Daniel Webster or any of our great men when coming before the people. I was sorry1 to see another proof of the Little appreciation the people have Lor a Monarch the Wisest in the v orld who con sults a feb great tact the in Teresa of Fiance. At a sign from the King the cortege Dis mounted and while Tome danced. Ibe polka to the Fine music of the others at the particular invitation entered the Palace Bear Anil before them sixty or crore dancing with great Energy . Avoir tag to Lett their s Woith the Pere for Ilon was by c Frisce to k up j the to Xvi for the dancers paid Lor each diner 5 cents. At the and of like figure the flare was vat Iii d and a Man at the tool the Tollof Ach one As he entered. Some tune was passed Hen pleasantly but s the beginning to arrive into the Street to v new them for Sivi Ial hours we stood witnessing the fun cession of carnage a issuing by filled Wilri women and some Bavins Lai Ilens or to Rhes laughing and , Aud at 1 in the morning we retired the current so Ltd Roll ing on. A Goat in the Barrig Gazette cells the papers Art telling the s iry of a dog who entered a Church after the Assembly of the before the of the up to the pulpit and his paws upon the desk to that destruction of All sober faces no the recollect being witness Iii a scene in out Oung Days. A he Goat with whom we a butt and Jill once entered the service and passing to Thi pulpit the place always to by look Law old Fasli oried churches Between the f us pit and the Deacon s he there Laid quietly. Phil near a Long i Ayer such As the Rev or. F. Not Tho regular pastor was accuse lamed to seemed 10 Parl tue of the gun dial weariness of tie Cowig Regudon at Long payers and rearing Bis lore non communion table life looked up by in the face of the preacher and sent Foilb. Long Baa my there was a fief in Hurt bit was out of sight and the Oon wound or. Franklin it is said be my in the company of several ladies of the English a Mility after hearing their criticisms on Lous authors proposed to read the Transl Ion of a pastoral Foi their amusement. He Ead with a few Vernal the Book f Ruth. They were enraptured pastoral and pronounced it they Ever Beard. The doctor then gamely old them he bad read it from hat Oft despised Book by How Many pay for our Sweet ones ,111 this life and yet How Wil Ling Are a Afi to make Ever be tie Price the ambitions spirit of Mitjo Vonendt is upon us Arnjue lilt in Ilia the sphere of a conqueror r. The Botin is of and thereby onry exposes i wider Iron tier to new each View pleasure Possession but lays open to Ion regret and of newspaper

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