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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 11, 1840, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaElls Borough w thence to the City of being in part on my r disposed to i moving till such u a Trent will do Justice to Tuta is tact 1 solicit every body g fare. Orough to new York City Call onco.1. Kimbill who a it All the Way through. D. M. Bull ers having entered into part Ler rhe firm of David g. It the purpose of carrying on in ail us various brunches Pipiu at the Corner of Crafton the shop formerly occupied go in the Village of Well. Let Ati Nuon to , Bic patronage Jons Lei John tic. Ironed in my at Iha shortest notice y work made to order i tic . David g. Slioch. I Lafevr Slioch. 2j, 1310. Be manufactory wcllsboro1. Or respectfully informs his be Public in general that he making in ill is continue to carry n m tins Borough. He re thank to those who their custom for the last two to Mem a of Public s now prepared to show the to i to made in set Tols fowling pieces orfed o order on the most Ria plates will be made to or sri Bullet Moulds singles Firulli t screw s and pers Clurg trs a.c., ready to it to Havo Fine polishing Al Low me metals will Peraso copt a Silver and time nor file cast Oft very description n x in. Old and or Parr. Jamks . Isio. And red Ink for War by f. Ii. Smith. 12th is 10. Ruby Given thai the nou for i ,04, of luvs been re uly for try buteo i to Thorn or 11 now receiving 50 Iron in a nil rods to Eom will be s for Low twist As in Northern Penn e Del in Dyer. T. 9m print d ale at the Ofiu a of the Tioga Cash out the store c kiss m Covington ully inform his friends generally that on lie Talo Siwa by various branches and sincere thanks for past its a continuance of the Ges him Elf that no pains ii to spared to tvo t on to All those who favor him with their Cus on Short notice and it if made up by compe and All work in his line executed i in the Moit inner As he keeps in his i Good workmen. Cui be sure of having their he very Best manner and be style. York and Philadelphia e received quarterly. Or is agent for Ward Vard Philadelphia f the Craft wishing to be Iber for their Rule or re is quarterly ran be sup him at his shop As ters and Scales constantly of country produce re nent for work at the High Ces. Hugh Mccabb. Printed Ana Fum Ishea every wednesday w 3. P. Pacill year fag Otto Feal year Yin Advance or so if not said within the vol. 13. Tic fat Wellsborough wednesday november 11, 1840. Tto a Copty conditions. In. Subscription received for a Shorter period sit months nor will any paper be discontinued Unhul All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher. making not More than Ai quare Mil be i wired three times one Dollar and Rore cry subsequent insertion Twenty five cents. Lot or charged the same pro Thoie exceeding six Hnein will be i garbed As Ai quare and those making six Hryce times far event five cents and 19 3-4 every time after. The Price for one same. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise by the year about to to Publ hed entitled Southern by mrm. S. B. Of Charleston song in the night. Dot thou been weary of me o Imel i was weary of my Saviour tamed my heart to other deeply moved at my Beba Vior soon a called to from above Drew to gently bound with the Cortlin of lore. bondage breaking Boon my turned away i in Pief my forsaking Folt awed Mouth Long Day me to wetly want Ioto 1 Beard him in i waa then a came to Nek far to on bit Bead the night Down weeping my deleted come my fair Ono come to Nic t Yeti this heavenly though hit Lipa Uko Hillira were again became a Rover turned Avray one so fur stall he followed wit i untiring care. Lait of All lie sent in sorrow c Alul my idols All away Tor the Sake of Bright to Morrow darkened All my Joys to Day then he whispered of my fair come away i m in All thy Griefe n Sharer thy All Aro Mino i is my love to draw Thea to my Harl i m breaking thine i have won to of won thy heart love Jit me. M mercy i have pained Liec wander in i 1i sort will now i know that i gained the of Rev ii in Defilo boat lid me with his accents Sweet and mild now i follow where to loads to i am his find lie is mine with the Scheit love to Freda to bile upon him i recline gazing upward on he i fasten Mitic. The child at Crater. Summer ofe the Rosy hid faded from the sky ind cime twinkling pure and Bright through the Blue on High Western Breeze softly stole to kiss the sleeping Bower Anil wore her sweetest Amilo to bless the Twilight hour. There sat within a Curtis d room a Mother Youn Jand fair. What voice through the gloom 1 tis childhood s voice m prayer. A Rheinb boy in kneeling now the Mother s knee he who had taught he when to Bow before the deity. T of the Distant deep a slump eng Tisba Coupon Mother s breast and that kind Mother dear thing he i overt Prater a coeds to heaven and for himself humbly ski no May be forgiven. A hibernian on hearing a Wing Man a Good looking Man exclaimed Tysl Patrick if i had said so much i have been accused of making a pull. How can a Man be a Good look ing Man when he in so Stark Blind that Domestic duties How great is the change which is instantly effected in the situation of a woman by the few solemn words pronounced at the altar she who the Morvent before was without authority or responsibility a Happy perhaps a careless member of one family finds herself if by , at the had of Ai Solhei and involved in duties of the highest importance. If she possess sense her Earnest wish will be to act with propriety in her new sphere. Many no doubt by previous judicious inst Duclion assisted by their own observation Are Well pie paid to sustain their Pirt with judgment and temper but some there Are whose situations or whose dispositions have led them into other Pursuit and a Tho consequently find , As soon As they Are married without that information and those principles of action by Winch their future conduct ought to be gov i n de. The married and single state equally demand the exercise and improvement of the Best qualities of the heart and the mind. Sec i Ity a governed temper of self charitable allowance for the of human nature Are All in quisote in both conditions. But trip smile woman be ing in general responsible for her own conduct solely is chiefly required to cultivate passive qualities. To fall easily into the the Domestic current of regulations and habits to guard with against those attacks of Caprice and ill humor which disturb its course to assist rather thin to take the Lead in All family arrangements Are among her fifties while the married woman in hands Are the happiness and welfare of others is called upon o Lead to ill to command she has to sex Anne i v Point .11 the new Jii. Nation into vol in i 1110 13 transplanted to cultivate in Hei Elf. And to enjoin air i in her he Benj i i Nial Aud tastes Nia prove sources of amusement in Ever Stiske of their lives. And Partiful at the latter period when other resources shall have Ost their Power to Chai m. She has to pro portion not As in the single state her own expenses merely but the whole expenditure of her household to the in come v. Inch she is now to command and in this Pai t of her duty Thucie is often exec so Foi Sel " c a Ian a sat for judgment. The Tonui Tion or Sci Hub Jinil a thl Lubits of cd and those of should be a i Ido cd and that others be adopted at first painful to a Lencious mind but win ii uie decisions of the Jiu Liim it will end to Render if on the contrary her sources of expenditure be i created by her , her plans be proportion ably extended and a judicious liberality indulged. No woman should plaice herself at the head of a family without feeling the importance of the character which she has to sustain. Her example alone May avoid better Estiu Cioni than either precepts or admonition both to her children and by a daily Beauty in Sci Hie she Pio edit a Model b which ill around her will in sensibly Mould themselves know ledge is when it fits us for the station in which we find placed. Then it decision to character and vary ing circumstance of life a met with calmness for the principle to act upon is at hand. Then Are we prepared either to add our share to the amusement and interests of society or to lend our strength on the demand of our nearest and Dearest ties to support Comfort or instruct. It is not the desire nor the intention of the author to maintain unmodified the doctrine of passive obedience in the married female to the will of her band. Such a doctrine May be regarded As incompatible with that spirit which woman assumes As her Light nor is it o be expected that in the individual who possesses Energy of Char Acter a yielding disposition should Al ways predominate. Utopian dreams May portray a state of con nubian which the temper party so happily blends with that of theol her that no struggle for supremacy can arise be tween them. But reality and experience present a less pleasing though a truer picture to our View showing us that even where the disposition and mind appear to be under i Best government the temper is always unruffled nor the will alway Able. Thus it May not invariably by the duty of the wife to yield her past Sive acquiescence to the vill of he a disband. He May urge her to a line of conduct detrimental to his interests As Well As to her own. He May de sire an expensive Mode of living in consistent with his Fortune or he maj strive to eradicate from her mind some principle of a Tjon which she has been accustomed to reverence and Cli Eriah. If thus unhappily circumstanced who will condemn her if she oppose1 with film Ness her better judgment ant principles to his but such unhappy instances Aie. We Hope too rare to Cal for More in mails. those frequent aberration fiem Domestic peace Aad Foch it which proceed fion the continual clash of inclinations and the too great love of Power is a ones Tion of daily importance although one not readily ans veiled. Experience leads us to acknowledge the fact tha those marriages have been uniformly productive of the greatest sum of Hap piness in which the wife has at least appeared to be altogether swayed by the opinions of her husband. By such yielding the Confidence is increased and his attachment confirmed. 11 to desire to contribute to the Inci Csc of his wife s happiness becomes habitual and prompts Lum to altoids her every indulgence within his Power till at length it May be doubted which is he governed individual. The Silken Choi is of which compel them both to pursue together the Fame path May is be efficient in checking the wayward Humours of human nature but when these have had their course they will then be effectual in drawing closer and even in uniting More firmly those who while they fee unshaken Confidence in each not altogether overcome the frailties of their mortal duty will net be an appalling wort to those Whoso minds me properly framed. The consciousness of having Well pet formed it will afford Tranquility to the mind not Only under the minor trials and disappointments of ire. But even under the pressure of heavier misfortunes proving the superiority of inward peace to external blessings and enjoyments to Endeavor to acquire it is to be happiness with a far greater Chance of Succes than by method which worldly Wisdom can suggest. The he stand. By c. By Tagle. It in int ii in the degradation of a husband b intemperance where she who has ventured thing. Feel that All is lost. Yuho shall protect Sci when the Hubband of her Choice and liar what shall Delight her when she shrinks from the site of her husband s face and tie Melcs at the sound of his voice the Hearth is indeed dark that he has made desolate. Terr through the Dull Midnight hour Hei Griefs Whis pied to herself her bruised heart bleeds insect it there while the cruel author of her distress it i owned n Distant revelry she Hollis her so Tarj Vigil nailing and yet heading his re turn that is Only to Wun from Sci he unkind cos thai 3 even Moie scalding than in oses he Over his trans not have been also the tears of if not linked with Beauty and she beholds him fallen froth the Sta win their Way most Ely and deeply he once adorned degraded from to the soul when arrayed in their Natu Eminence to Ignominy at Home turn ral and most fit attire. Now no Man ing his dwelling to darkness Anc. His holy endearments to mockery abroad thrust from the companionship of the self branded of Thuv. Re Union in heaven. Receives the True cd lure 0f a Man in whom the sensibility of the Beauty is not cherished and _ know of no edition in which it could be exclude. Luxuries this is the cheapest and most at Latte and it seems How Short is the earthly history of to be most those if tort l to fun o of Ivan a family a few years and those who Are now embraced in a family Circle will be scattered. The children the objects of tender solicitude will have grown up and gone Forth to their respective stations in the world. La few years More and children and parents vill have passed from this earthly stage. Their name will be no longer heard in their present dwelling. Their Domestic loves and anxieties happiness and sorrows will be a lost and forgot history. Every heart in which it was Witten will be mouldering in dust. And is this All is this whole satisfaction which is some of the strongest feelings of our he arts if it be How shall we dare pour Forth our affections on objects so fleeting How can such transitory beings with whom our connection is so Brief engage Al the love we can feel who should not our feelings toward them be As feeble and unsatisfying As they but blessed be god this is not All. Conditions where coarse Sobov fends to give a Gross Ness to he mind. From the diffusion of the sense of Beauty in ancient Greece and of the taste for music in modern Germany we learn that the people at Large May partake of refined gratifications Inch Hare hitherto been thought to necessarily restricted to a few. A Beautiful thought. Could the human mind perceive the unveiled presence of that holy and Beautiful Ange called virtue attended by her Bright retinue of truth Chari to and love it would know id part what is meant by Eye hath not seen nor ear heard nor has i entered into the heart of Man to Tian statesman. Whole no. 11t. An Irish answer. It May seem a matter of no extraordinary difficulty to give Plain answer to a Plain question and yet it is an Art which it evidently requires some Trou ble to learn. In All half civilized nations the inquirer for the most of limply thing is met by an Enigma for an an Ard among the peasant re of Scot land ii Eland civilized As the Gen eral communities May be the system often seems to be studied evasion. This dialogue is the Model of thousands in the sister this the nearest Roalfe to is it to Cork Yoti Are go my question is m the nearest Why this Road is As near As on the other Side of the Hill for neither of them is any Road at then which Way ought i look that depends upon your Honor s own filing. Perhaps you would it like Togo Back certainly not. But one word for All my Good fellow do you know any thing about any kind of Road there now if your Honor had asked that be fore i could have told you at out with it Why truth is your Honor that i am a stranger in these parts and the Best tiling you can do a to Stop till some body comes that knows All about the stupid scoundrel Why did you not say so at stupid that s All my thanks. But Why did not your Honor ask me if i belonged to this place that would Hare settled the business. Take a fool a customs. One of the most Luc Crous customs of the countries bordering on the bal _ tic is a remarkable tenacity of titular of the Usper aspect from the to the peasant. Feet Assurance in the gospel of his son. For instance a addressing a count you Hye the business. Take though to the Eye of unenlightened address the born count advice and 8top nature the ties of Domestic love seem Point of Jou Are address scattered Mio dust the spiritual Eya of Mechanic my were desirous of Faith perceives that they have having your orders executed you i was pasting up loosened on Earth Only to be resumed respect talk porn or. Or. Westminster Street the other Day i under a. Happier circumstances in or tailor. The was very much amused at a few i Gions of everlasting love and though the history of a family Jay seem to be forgotten when the Jast Iarj member of it is Laid in the give the memory of it still lives in imm Prital ant a foreigner is thus placed under souls and when the Circle is wholly f restraint a Long residence being necessary to become completely Augait to the needless variety. Even at the door you must ast the servant for the lady profess Oress or the lady kind will or consider it a Mott insult to be called simply he requires to be bit led to the born or. Or. I peas dissolved on Earth it is again Complete in to a deeper across the present memory turns Bick and by oof upon the list. Of other Day come her As it Only to mock her grieved and weary spirit. She recalls the ardent Lover whose graces won her from the biome of her infancy the enraptured father who Bent with such Delight Over his new born children and she asks if this car be the same this sunken being who has now not King for her but the Sot s disgusting brutality nothing for those abashed and trembling children but the Bol s unworthy and disgusting exam ple can we wonder that amid these agonizing moments the Lender cot do violated any Fotiou should snap asunder that the scorned and deserted wife should confess there is no killing like1 that which kills the heart Thart though it would have been hard to kiss for the last time the cold lips of a Deal husband and Lay his. Body forever in the dust it is harder still to behold him so debasing in life that even death would be greeted in mercy had he died in the Light of his Gooc Ness bequeathing to his family their hesitance of an untarnished name and the examples of Virtues that should Blossom for his sons and daughters from the Tomb though sue would have wept bitterly indeed the tears of grief Wou d Beauty. By or. Chanlund. In looking at our nature we discover among its admirable endowments the of Cense or perception of Beauty. We see tilt germ of this in every being and there is no Power which admits greater cultivation and Why should it net be cherished in All lit deserves remain that the plus principle is infinite in the universe. There is by a very minute of the creation which we can turn food clothes or gratification for the body but the while creation May be used to Adnum stereo the sense of . Beauty an All pervading it unfolds in the number less Flowers of Spring. It Waves in the branches of the the Green Blades of grass. It haunts the Depths of the Earth and sea and gleams out in the hues of the Shell and the i accious Stone. And not Only these minute objects but Jie Ocean the mountains the Clouds the heavens the rising and set Ting All overflow with the universe Ife us Temple and those men who Are have to it t cannot lift their Eves without feeling themselves encompassed by it on every Side. Now this Beauty u 10 precious the enjoy ments itunes Are so refined and pure so congenial with our lend rest and Noble feelings and so Akin to worship think of the Uultt Counse Loress each masculine has a feminine in the German the number of nobility in Germany Ter than in any country in Europe not even excepting the two last census making one of every sixty souls. All officers under government the army ministry embassies being composed almost exclusively titled persons. So anxious is Fredrick Wil Liam Iii. To keep up the if a commoner by Chance or by Force of Talent is promoted o the rank of Captain he immediate y receives the prefix of von. They Are mostly very poor never Desendi in to any occupation except those Aba Vej eng. Paper. Beautiful extract. The Boston mercantile journal selects the following from Lief foreign re View for april 1839, As one of the Fin est passages in the Vav 10 e Range of English Sun oct treated of is the Benefit of pain ing when Tamerlane had finished buil Ding his Pyramid of seventy thousand human skulls and was seen standing at the Gate of Damascus glittering with steel with his Battle axe on his Shoul Der till the fierce hosts filed to new victories and carnage the Pale on Loeker might have fancied that was in her death havoc and at a Lew re Marks by two Little Urchin who were trotting on before me. They had just met one of our modern dandies whose upper lip was pretty considerably shaded Voith dark grizzly looking hair. I what s that asked the younger Tad. Replied the other Why is i Don t know what they Call it but it belongs to the to the caravan i wonder How it got lost perhaps it will i no i guess not poke a stick at it and not at All afraid the younger did run after it and Coo by poked a stick at to. You impertinent Little exclaimed the Exxa Misite turning Sud Denly round desist or i la chastise be dam me if i cried the astonished urch in. You Low Vuglar ill Boin ill Itei ate scamp i la you in an raising his foot too suddenly to effect his purpose As ill Luck would have it a seem gave Way and one leg of his pantaloons Wasl entirely ripped apart. Burst his boiler burst his screamed the away they scampered. The of the joke was three ladies stopped by the a. And witnessed tha whole affair apparently with much journal. In peas of . Yet to might be on that very gala Day of Tamerlane a Little boy was playing nine pins in the that it is painful to think of then ult despair had taken Possession of the Earth tude of men As living in the midst of and the Sun of manhood seemed setting it As if instead of this fair Earth glorious sky they were tenants of a Dungeon an infinite Joy is lost world by the want of culture of this spiritual . Suppose that i were to visit a cottage and to see its Walls lined with the choicest pictured of Raphael and every Nook filled with Clatues of the most is quisote workmanship and that 1 were to learn that neither Man woman or child fever cast Arl Eye at these miracles of tee arabian celebrated orientalist of Vienna m. Ham Mer von Pui stall is slated by the Carles uhe Gazette to have discovered the True origin of the arabian nights the author of these tales was a persian Hamai. It was once the opinion of Hammer who has devoted himself to Oriental re searches1 with an Assiduity so character if of i i i streets of Mentzy history was Jtj of German Aad a Terai More important to Tiern than Twenty Tamerlane the tartar Khan with his shabby demons of the wilderness passed away like a whirlwind to be for gotten that Ger Man Arti Zan has wrought a Benefit which is yet immeasurably expanding will continue to expand itself through All countries and All time. What Are the conquests and sex put it ions of the whole corporations of capt irs from Walter the penniless to Nape loan Bonaparte that these fables originally come from India that they were afterwards trans planted to Persia and finally made arabian by a translation into that Lan guava some time before the reign of the Ca Illi Haroun Al Raschid. New zealand belief of the birth of Man. It is very remarkable that the new sealanders attribute the Crea Tion of Man to their three principal deities acting together thus exhibiting a should i Foel their privation How should i want to open their eyes and to help them to comprehend and feel the loveliness and grandeur which in vain courted their notice. But every compared with these moveable types of their barbarous Husbandman is living in sight of the Johannes a Shadow of the Christian Trinity. What works of a diviner artist and How is still More extraordinary is their tra in Uch would his existence be elevated once on a time it happened that edition respecting the formation of tha could he see the glory Lual shines Forth poor Wight married. A shrew who led first woman and say they was made in their forms hues proportions and him a pious life she fell ill the doctor of one of the Man s ribs and their Gen was called in and anxious affectionate husband Inqui de of him How moral expression i have spoken Only of the Beauty of nature Btl How much of this mysterious Charm is found in elegant Anu and especially in the Best books have Uriost Beauty. The greatest truths Are wronged his cear spouse wat Galen Shook his head and told him prepare for the worst. Said he is she to Gat Over Eril term for Bone is professor Lee gives it hearing a singular resemblance to the hebrew name of our first pm entertaining ume 1ewsp4pers 1ewsp4pers

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