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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 7, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWiio ainu Ici Chni i 12.1 wednesday 1849. On Jel i b ir-1 upon my l mini1 i Iff o run deem i a Wonhi it Lumc r Tho Rune a Lino f Ireth off Carl. I. Cry in inc i con c Rlynn Cli arms Imp Lime nil misfit win. To lipid u b Iii Ron the it shrine of i la Muir urn ii k in r to Fiuri pm morn fraught Virthy of in Rit it i Roro win Iho Oul in Piliero Lovly i Illy feet i Uncle Ilis Lovo i foil. Ili no Khoii mine. And Ilmet of Tynni nil Neil Jimiy i Prest it1v throbbing Bruist inn shed t on Why head. Thy Virlle form has lefts of Gros Are u n a y bit iming face bin Itic Imren of truth ii o nut do More the Rose of youth t iou Moart Mil dear tinn when to my list Ning ear St Fulli so accenti loft und Low a in a i thou co Ahlai a1 thu wealth of Why True heart a i he nerds coulis impart i it Iho Ctm Nging of life Tii u Ray iruc1 living Wiro. My Iasi us crud by Tii. Up o i i High i p 111 i u the y. Llyn j la my u of w i run h la Nilica Shoro 1 Cut u o ing hand i i Good mothers. The earliest and Best what is said Napoleon one any to Madame Campan in order that the youth of prance be Well educated 1" Good was the reply. The emperor was most forcibly struck with this reply. Said he is a system in one the above reply was worthy the High Praise bestowed upon it by the emperor. Napoleon could not but have remembered his own Mother and so acute an observer of Mankind could not have failed to note pie fact that almost All the great men of the world have had mothers of More than Ordinary excellence of mind. Such was eminently the Case with George washing ton. Mary the Mother of Washington is and immortal As her son. She ought to be for Tho character of Washington was no Chance growth lie was the vigorous off Pring of a healthy tree and every step of its infant nature hat been trained by the Strong minded and great souled unlimited scope of adaptation and sympathy comprehended in the language and spirit of the Bible. The empty . The death of a Little child is to the Mother s heart like Dew on a Plant from which a Bud has perished. The Plant kits up its head in fresh ened greenest to the morning the Mother s soul gathers from the dark sorrow through which she has passed a fresh brighten ing of our heavenly Hopes As she bends Over the empty Cradle and in fancy brings her Sweet infant before her a of divine Light is on the Cherub face. It is son still but with the Seal of immortality on i How. She feels that heaven was the Only atmosphere where her precious Flower could unfold svit Hout spot or blemish and she would not recall the lost. The world to her is no longer filled with human love and the future so glorious with heavenly love and Joy she has treasures of happiness which the worldly in chastened heart never conceived. The Bright fresh Flowers with which Bhe has a decorated her a Ray her woman who formed him with the Aid of heaven j room the apartment where her Elfant died Are i to ranged h As the Potter fission Elk the Clay. We often hear of great men with a very inferior and indifferent progeny. It is rare indeed that the son of an illustrious statesman is equal to his father and when it does occur it is generally found that his Mother also was a very Superior person. The great French emperor could beget an heir to his throne but he could not give the world another Napoleon. If provi Dence had blessed him with a child by Josephine the Breed instead of degenerating would have been improved. A Frenchman would have appeared inheriting the magnificent Genius of Bonaparte tempered by the mild and holy Vir tues of the Best Mother of France. Lie would have in himself a Union of Napoleon s intellect and Washington s disinterested Patriot ism. Of All the Rich schools there is none like that shoulders the biting remark the contemptuous of Home and of All teachers either for Good or the scorning air my cause a. Slight evil there is none like the Mother. Her con pain in his bosom bul the pain is produced by a duct is Ever before the child As his example consciousness of his own virtue. It is from pity members of the far brio her Hopes mow dawning 6n her Day dream. She is of the glory and Beauty of the new Jerusalem where the Little foot will find a Thorn among the Flowers to Render a shoe necessary. Nor will a Pillow be wanting for a dear head reposing on the breast of a kind Saviour. And she knows that her in Fant is Therp in that world of eternal Bliss. She has marked one passage in that to her emphatically the word of now lying closed on Tho toilet table which she daily reads suffer Little children and forbid them not to come unto me for of such is the kingdom of if a Man has Correct principles he can Nevei be laughed out of them. The shrug of the i bridled pass cons and this knowledge ofttimes causes a tear to fill his Eye. The principles he tiny the figure but to strength and firmness to the body. How often is the remark she is a Beautiful creature but what a pity it is that she cannot hold her head or that her walk is so she s a charming girl but How feeble her cons Titu the too and the Power of articulating sadly they Are neglected. An Organ that is so essential so important so Capa ble of producing agreeable or disagreeable effects that in Many cases is regarded As an m Index of temper disposition and Little attention is paid to training controlling and . How Many persons stutter stammer articulate indistinctly speak too rapidly or in a tone so Low As to Render it almost impossible to hear them. In each Case is most serious and almost every in stance May Becj traced to an error in education. But in Early life All these defects May be reme died by the adoption of a proper course. Stam Mering is in a great multitude of cases readily curable in youth. A jilt let the habit strengthen with time and its eradication will be found extremely difficult. So also with rapid and Indis Tinct speaking and with monotonous drawling. For intellectual and literary Rte creation enjoy a Hundred fold the pleasure of those who Nieset for Mere sensual gratification. Besides whole no. 587. I to vary the amusement music and song and j opium drug is the juice which dance can be occasionally introduced to divert from incisions made in the heeds of Ripe poppies the More volatile members. Music is so close and rendered Ion Crete by exposure to the Sun. By connected with poetry that it becomes a a j the Best opium he conies from Turkey the East Tural adjunct to literary divertissement. The India kind is not so Good. Good opium is hard elevating and wholesome influence of such when cold but econies soft when worked in Winter evening occupations would soon be Felt j the land s. It has a Strong offensive smell and k very bitter to the taste. Proof spirit digested upon opium forms laudanum. Opium has been Long known As a deadly and dangerous narcotic it has been supposed that the soporific of opium depended on but in 100 parts of the and a general emulation would be kindled to Excel in mental acquirement while the Happy effect produced by them on character temper and deportment would tend to place the me chanic in that social position which naturally belongs to him As a rational and useful Phil. Leila to. A bit nov Grything. How said a lady the face of nature looks after undergoing a yes Madame and so would yours after under going a similar a false Friend is like a Shadow dial it appears in Clear weather but vanishes As soon As it is Cloudy. Never these May seem trifling matters to the carry a in your Tongue to injure the re i t w. Best turkish opium Morphia can be More poisonous Ham Only seven per cent of died but Morphia a not opium. Facial. In Many cases they mar one s Fortune for life. Ful her word arc the seed falling upon the Virgin to those who err. He sees the tendency of in soil and producing a luxuriant Harvest either j of Good or evil. It is not in the Power of her j make him a great Man for that los embraced to govern his u Hole life he know a f a , i u Otini peril cd m a i is determined by the Law of the god of nature Tlley Are founded on truth and though out of b Narni crowing the Grcen Moun hut if he inherit talents Bhe May add to them from of society turned away is from i Tau a thu us Vermont. The Circum that virtue without which Talent is a splendid the off touring of the , he feel a nip Layment of stances connected with the Iid event arc fresh i a Turbity. F he be destitute of extraordinary a 8erenity within a consciousness of doing right what is nobler than an erect Manly Grace what is More delightful in Man or woman than a full Clear round and melodious articulation what higher compliment could be paid to a teacher than to see a group of boys or girls passing from their All with the Ruddy glow of health in their the fire of animation in their eyes and ease vigor and Grace in their movements and attitude or when too at a Public examination to hear them enunciate clearly calmly distinctly and momus by and what on the other hand could Tell More fatally against a system than to wit Ness in contrast to this picture a group of thin Pale Bent and awkward boys and girls with drawling or stammering voices hesitation in the tone in the manner and the looks surely this subject is an important one and entitled to a Serijus consideration. We May have an Odd prejudice but in our Intercourse with our Fel Low nothing impresses us so favourably As a Frank easy yet modest manner a Clear i i f i _ l l mutation of any Man. It is estimated that the Silver Teaspoons in the United males exceed in the table spoons 000 the Silver Forks Talley Rand has defined speech us being the faculty Given to Man for concealing his Uro believes that the deleterious activity of opium is due to its Union of an Oleate or Margarate of Nar Cotina with Morphia. Opium is a slow and a rapid Poison. People can accustom themselves to it and be Able to eat As much As might destroy the or four at one dose who were unaccustomed to it. Opium drunkenness is a horrible vice of the turks and chinese. Its Drunken dreams Are pleasing but they reveal terrible results. The habit of opium eating is perhaps the most dangerous of All Mut most difficult to break up. It is that a great increase in the consumption of opium his taken in America especially to the Eastern states within the past i c 1 Tongue. T All these new englander n th.1 Iii of 1 Are is fun a Nan by Tiu name of bum in mint daughter undertook to Cross the mountains m mid Winter but were Young r. A in Iuliu me past i my charming a Lover seven years and its Are found said eyed 1 said she Amons our p you Lazy Elf screw up your lips and help your self.1 ladies the Best they a vice which should be frowned Down by every is drunkenness More deadly and vicious than can use a Lover s Arm. A parishioner com j that of spirits in any shape. Planned to the Parson that ins Pew was so far from the pulpit that he must Purchase one Sweet peeling slice nearer. Why 1" asked the can t you the roots put them Olio cold water and to 1 hear of yes i can he4r Well untl1 ule is reduced to the degree that can t you eee yes i is desired Ellen Malte strap of sugar can see Well then what can be and water in Wullich bo1 Lluc stirring Cori the trouble there Are so Many in i stantly the becomes candied and front of me who catch you say first that i dry tile Fla Beino completely coated and Satu by the time your words reach my ears they Are j Maleti As Flat As Why should we open articles of dress should always be neatly our hearts to the world 1 it laughs at our weak folded before they Are Laid aside. When silk is does not believe our does i creased it is not possible to restore it entirely. Not pity our sorrows. One is too Apt whet he l comes into this world to find swaddling clot ibs j peal beeped first in Strong Salt water and ready made for his mind As Well As for Bis b. By. I the Lin a solution of Salamonia is said to be i Hook up to the starry try and an Ever Lam of Ujj Ceni Uthe greater should be her efforts to de Clope in their strongest growth such Peers As he does pc Bess to teach him the value of Jimlu try system and and imbue Linn with love to god and love to buoys him up under every Trul. Such Are the principles that Are based on Bible truth. Let these principles be yours Young Matij As you commence your career in life. Be not seduced by evil or unprincipled no better prepared for sowing than by any other process. Women stronger than oxen. A Distin Man honest in his dealings charitable to the poor Frue to his friends and forgiving to his enemies. Such a character is Worth More to its possessor and to society than the most exalted intellectual endowments unaccompanied by moral excellence. It will produce happiness in the world respect and Confidence of men the heart you cannot but overcome any unhallowed propensity and film y Triumph Over every desire. Physical menial and social education. Mil so is ii by one of those cold and blustering i , so that if he is not fitted to command he wet desires with a deep anxiety to turn which Aro of occurrence i May learn to become a useful citizen a Good j know what is right and a jealous Natch Over i. No ii und which Render the roads tit f s it Ibl. Two or Throe when a i of Tho the a i and a ii to to go farther. Or. I i he peril of Situ r no Iru 1 Lor the Narp a r j him in Snow women of America in mind the answer to a nut of Madame Campan the destiny of your coun a Friend who has two sons Fine intellectual t i principle pail of her try depends upon Good boys " to arc rapidly advancing in their Iju Thor 7noiiitrepublican, j complains nevertheless that the system und j which they Are taught is deficient in Severa essential particulars. Lie says that his boy neither Wall erect by or speak distinctly. Thes r form of mrs. B. Was i Titre an. The Case o in Ltd of tic mind is nut the the heart Musi Liao a local its As Wel As ill inn pail of her i j but her infant and following in covered Mill alive but Snow inn and of the Bible. Reason Why some literary men i v., f Al i idly Frozen. A Little i f form of mrs. B. Was found re airing the bundle with Snow the infant it a of Inocence. The True reason Why disbelieve the Bible is the one Given by or. Johnson because they Are ignorant of its and the same May be the reason Why so Miny fail even to read this Book divine. This touching Cir mrs. Ellis in her poetry of Lias Well which said a i a. To t l Oli t to tears have started in when it has been the Moit Al acting no occurred recently in Cleve of due who visited this City recently gave a concert in the song of airs. Smith made a after it had been per Audi Nae were informed that Imp. Thrown to womanhood t. The cd oct says a overpowering and nut with our established ideas of Beauty Grace pathos and Sublimity either concentrated in the minutest Point or extended to the widest Range we can derive from the scriptures a kind of gratification not to be found in any other Mem orial of the past or present time. From the Nur Friend is by no Means a rare one. Most o our systems of education Are sadly defective i the matters alluded to. Too Little attention i paid to physical development. The mind i nursed to the injury of the body. The Menta flame is kept burning and often at the Copens of the physical nature. The teacher Fancie. That he has accomplished his task when he has induced the Pupil to Progress to a certain Exten in a certain period of time but he is too Apt to forget that unless the Phy Iione be strengthened and developed the boy is Apt to become a sickly 1 give the song. Wept Llla height i on of night Nijiu liw now they or dosed i u of n Windi did blow l Camo of Nimb Oro her Strong the we e Imit r Orn a ii j rapped the. Tett Ono on i Vanony Hod. Isom by that Groves in the dust to the Leviathan and effeminate Young Man and however the Moth that Cor educated to be unfit in fact for the arduous duties of life. Upon he to i child up and 71lm. Erupts the secret treasure to the Eagle that soars above the the wild beasts of the desert to the Lamb within the Shepherd s from consuming locusts to the cattle on a thous and the Rose of Sharon to the Cedar of the Clear Crystal Stream gushing from the Flinty Rock to the wide Waters of the the Barren waste to the fruitful Vineyard and the land flowing with milk and Tho lonely path of the wanderer to Tho gathering of a mighty Multi the tear that Falls in secret to the do of Battle and the shout of a triumphant Host the cottage to the the Mourner Clad in sackcloth to the Prince in Hia purple the gnawing of the worm that Dieth not to the Seraphic vision of the the still Small voice to the Thun Ders of the Depths of hell to the regions of eternal is no degree of Beauty or deformity to tendency to Good or evil no Shade of darkness or gleam of Light that does not come within the cognizance of the holy scriptures and therefore there is no expression or Conception of the mind that May not Here find a corresponding picture no thirst for excellence that May not meet with its full Supply and no condition of humanity excluded from the and Why is it that we see so Many of our students Pale Thi Frand shadowy does it so often happen that the highly cultivated in a mental Point of new Are deficient in muscular strength and physical stamina is it not quite As important to encourage and fortify the one As the other is not Manh Ness of Frame quite As essential As Proco Eity of intellect of what Avail will accomplishments prove unless they be associated with health Energy activity and a capacity to undergo toil these things should be More considered by teachers. Parents too Are Apt to lose sight of them. Who cannot Point out among his friends Fine polished minds but Vilh the physical fab stunted dwarfed and stoop shouldered Vaud so too with the gentler sex. The figures and attitudes of our girls Are sadly neglected. How few of the Young and Beautiful walk erect by with Digity and Grace they contract Attabit of bending Over while engaged in their studies and this is not counteracted by any system of physical development. One might suppose that the object was to contract but if a child when put to a teacher is j Chain stretches thither and Over and below i ally timid and nervous and instead of being a s god like or god. A where s the coaxed and prevailed into a More Resolute of sit Down my child it is intimidated and tyrannize a Over he will get it s one the United every Iman worse a Stead of better he will lose ail his self i Tullen a Olie 3 sincere lat the a Possession Ami the very idea of a lesson or a second person Hypon Sjef begins. It Isi lot a and tiers of whalebone. The Constitution of our lecture will terrify him out of tie proper few vol hat Man whose Rind j females must be first rate to withstand in any is cultivated and whose conduct and agreeable is a gentleman be his occupation what it my. A Man should never be Asb Amei. To own he has been in the wrong which is but saying that he is Wiser to Day than he was yesterday. He hath run Long enough who has reached the prize he hath sailed Long enough who is come Safe to Harbor and he hath lived Long enough who is ready to die. Old Squire was elected judge of the inferior court of some county in Georgia. When he went Home his delighted wife exclaimed now my dear you Are judge what am in the same darned old fool you Allers a German professor had collected a valuable Cabinet of curiosities which he highly prize. One morn ing a Friend came to Tell him a very unpleasant he had seen a Man up a adder into a window of the professor s House. Into which window to cried the professor. I j am sorry to replied his Friend it was your daughter s of said the other you had almost frightened me i thought it had been into my Over caution and i ant inconvenience particularly to those who Are Over preparation sometimes defeat their own Reb Denis in tie country. The bursting of these end Washington Irving tells us of a dutchman j glasses very often arises from knots in the Glass who having Tojeau a ditch went Back three where it is less perfectly annealed Miles that he might have a Good run at if and an inequality of thickness at their lower found himself so completely fatigued and broken winded when he arrived at it again that to was obliged to sit Down on the wrong Side to recover Lis breath. Henry love i wish you would How away that Boot and talk with feel o a Long silence and no reply octet of his reason. The business of education is at once arduous and responsible and to Dis charge the duties of a teacher properly requires no Little philosophy. But the whole course of life in affected by Early manners the morals and the habits. Too much cannot be bestowed upon the physical develop mint is Well As the moral and mental culture the form the voice and the gait should not be overlooked or neglected for a due attention to these is almost As essential As the Grace vigor and education of the mind. Winter evenings. How to pass the Long Winter in pings with pleasure prof stand instruction is question that has excited the attention of some of the news papers who take an interest in the welfare of our Youthful mechanics and operatives. How to pass them with pleasure in the common acceptation of that dubious word is too universally known to Call for elucidation but How to unite profit and instruction with recreation so to extract from the consciousness of wasted time the sting of regret is not so generally appreciated or considered. Literary associations de rating clubs Reading rooms and other intellect Tual recreations naturally suggest themselves As Means of passing time i without corrupting morals. The vast advantages of knowledge and the High positions commanded by intellectual Power Are too self evident to Call or an argument in favor of selecting this Mode of pissing the Long Winter Aye my cries a buoyant spirit this is study gushed physic an says i anticipate the period when the fairest portion of the fair creation will step Forth with slabs of Walnut tolerable degree the terrible infliction of the Corset eight Long hours every Day. No animal could survive it. Take the honest of and enclose his sides with hoop poles put an Oak Plank beneath him and gird the whole with a bed Cord Andert Ondof he would labor in deed but it would be for breath. All the Gold i the a correspondent of the Lor Don times says it will hardly be believed that the n Hole Quantity of Gold currency in the world taking it at its usual estimate of one Hundred and fifty millions Eter ing would Only weigh about one thousand one Hundred and fifty tons and that m bulk a room Twenty feet Long twelve feet wide and ten feet ugh would hold it to prevent fractures in Glass chimneys. chimneys Wirich Are now in such extensive use not Only for Oil lamps but also for thei burners of Oil and Coal Gas very frequently break and not Only expose to danger those who Are near them but occasion very great expense Henry my foot is is it Well Don t the Chest and thus to deform and provoke Dis j and they cannot fail to be pleased. The habit ease while it should be to div crop that portion of the human Frame and Thui not Only to bpm .1 i 1 Wui. I Aoi Ccu 13 it Well Aon i tins is labor and we want recreation plea la Fri non Van j in Lynn mass., it made to Many pairs of shoes in one Day that it took two Days to count them l he was a smart Onje but not equal to one up in new Hampshire who built so Many Miles of Stone Wall in one Day that it took him All night and the next Day to get Home again. A gentleman praising the personal charms or a very Plain woman and by no Means handsome wag asked him and Why Don t you Lay claim to such an accomplished Beauty 1" what right have i to said the other. Every right by the Law of nations As the first i would it marry an Eastern Man if i had to live an old maid All my exclaimed a buxom country lass in oui hearing the other Day. Thy not demanded an astonished companion. Be cause every paper you contains an account of the failure of the Eastern a Captain of a vessel loading Coal went into a merchant s counting room and requested the loan of a Rake. The merchant looking towards his clerks Rpp hed i be a number of them but none i believe Gigli to be hauled Over the j ure and want to relax after he toils of the Pray a Here any incompatibility Between literary occupations and recreation what pleasures Are Nore intense and permanent than those of the mind 1 where can you find the same variety 9 in books from grave to Lively o besides the pleasure there is the Tofit. The Pride

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