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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 21, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA wednesday morning. November 21i 1849. Two dollars a Yeak. Home intoxicated and beat her with stunning blows for not preparing meals for scarcely thirteen he not providing one Quarter of the necessary Means. Poor whole no. 589. Music that comes from tears and sorrowing. One evening the drunkard returned Home later than was his custom. Emilie heard his clambering unsteady footsteps on the stairs and in Oliy Bur hoi in. In 10 inline. Tny Jov Law hut nil we url Fulir u in morn air null i " Jong prey 4ml Zep Liri play did Lough urn along. Iou re Lur m lion a Loilyn All Gray Kaje glorious Blue inny Houri Fly o or Tom Flowers Awny the Dew Iku r hit in when Roc Oivo j lie h t Ruys of Ilio fun -jc.1 la Igweh Abda Ilio Tull Gilt vol one by one. To m i fiver us Nigil when full Nln Halil or can Down Ilio cod Fin illicit Pulo u or Lull and j Alo like tie Sun of god. 1 h table and placed thereon the few pieces of Bro Ken crockery Ware which were used to eat from. Food there was Money nor credit to obtain it but she had the unreasonable expectations of her father she knew he would demand it although he had made no provision lie entered the glanced around and at the table with a wild demanded in a harsh voice Why she had not prepared his supper. You did t leave me any Money answered the child. Did t leave you any Money shouted he approaching her and striking her a blow on head with his Flat hand that levelled her to the sound of this treasured name and resumed she died soon of grief. My father gave him self top completely to intoxication and died with in two years after in a Public Hospital. Some Home As i grew up i was called Oli bitter curse i received the attentions of a Young Man above my station believed his Flat j and forgot that i was a poor orphan. I fixed my soul to a villain was betrayed. Of of you May conceive the she cried in a voice of deep mental agony and paused. 11 said the physicians such is too often the Fate of the drunkard s Beautiful Chil the poor woman was now racked with in creasing torture and writhed with agony of body and of mind As the moments flew of hastening dissolution. Poor child of sorrow said the physician with a kind voice you have not told us your name. Have you no friends you would lice to have called in Sho replied of no for such As the Haven t i told Muo go into the i have Long been associated with strangers Are u. I preferable. Let me die have you any objections to Tell us your again spoke the physician in his mild Luu nil grind eur uni expand a Riv Cru Roll mjien1 Orein f Rovil with Ihre Aningi loud Mui Katli la nun a control. In grand Liviu not when lightnings Dart and mama it Iho and Toretti r i and storms in by flirt Tel ten Ling of Carea and in conc mid passed away t in Imp when sadly to 1 urn a Heo and say up if Kiili life ii Nroa and i strife melons. Up Pine for Rusl come cyme nil onried Homo room Mother in ii Brcan. Tin Vuest Pluck is ii Oak. I n f in Nonio its Clprp Lily heart id raft Lovci to roam i w Ile Ouin Tho smiling i Carlli i n 3 Onn bins on Martli i l it Jinyi Ihrer. Mininn Eccl. 1 1 lip sure arc flier a Lilia. O or itis Genrl we Cal like bulk no Bummer air his n a Arctic. In Biu Proir Trimle t Nytko Ilio world Ore from Gin e. The gift bestowed to cheer Man r Pilgrim path be4ovv, Tho nah Rte Trei Mirc re Tetli a co m hich Uliey Uro Bletl who know Thile Irno ploy round the hour Ali Tii Henson own Bhuti enjoyed on Karlh Street and beg that you might have something when i got Home 1" i and taking up a huge stick that Lay near he dealt with it heavy blows upon his prostrate tone child. I of father do not beat screamed Emi lie dear Mother taught me not to but indeed jti1 try. I la get some one to teach me How to i i la teach cried the cruel father in a louder key while still in a merciless Ira inner he beat the poor suffering girl. I la teach you to do what i at this moment persons burst into the Root j and prevented the drunkard from becoming the murderer of his offspring. The inmates of the House alarmed by the cries of Enilie and knowing the brutality of the Drunken father had of she replied. My real a i have not told it Many a year. Of doctor such pain such agony inc cried seized with a sudden convulsion. My name is Emilio mor the last syllable died upon her lips and the wretched Wotan heaved her last the visited voter. V a Story of Boring candidates for office. 1 by Peter Timson. A correspondent of Tine new Orleans Delta furnishes the following Clever hit at travelling their time anal give them As Little trouble As possible. Said i with Fervour you shall have my Are a gentleman i see that and i la vote for you sir what Are your poli tics and for we it do you run 1" he explained it All and after i had pressed him to eat a Little dinner and himself at the sideboard he left. I advised Pons always or it mrs. Timson to have some Ca Essed and some Cloret always was Well i did so. That night three candidates slept at my House one was running for Justice of the peace one for con stable and the other for Congress. They Dis cussed the affairs of the nation with considerable warmth after Constable getting rather the Best fit As mrs. Timson and i both thought and then went to whole three As thought and mrs. Timson re i called in assistance and it was timely done j candidates for office j the maniac father seemed savagely excited by i one Day just As i was going to sit Down to j Liati or Ami. Wit i Tom Infix Tialii dip in n nmn i ment and the girl Lay crouching beneath it her and i had pulled the Cork out with imploring look fixed upon her father utter of a Cool bottle of Claret a Man walked up the j ing screams of agony. A policeman entered j with the rest who seized the drunkard with a firm grasp now uttering loud curses on All i around him. As they were dragging him away the gallery Steps hat in hand bowing and smirking and says he Good Day is or. Tim son i believe ves sir thai is my name _ take a Seal thank you or smarting with her j Waltl laying his hat oneside and planting sprang Forward and clasped him by the Knees himself in a chair Vith an air that showed plainly while with a new burst of emotion of she cried enough Hal my Fol Capon was in danger. Very 1 Good gentlemen do not carry him warm weather said he said i j j shall i trouble you for a drink of water 1" said take him to prison poor said one said of Here that he shall beat you no More said i speaking to a Nigger girl Here Polly of no no the screamed with incr Cas set the decanters upon the Side Board Wal my emotion. Ii Leod he did t Hurt me much in sir and take something to stimulate Thi he did nol mean to do it he will not do it again Vav Ell said he i hard is my Ever drink of it won t Hurt you hard hearts were there which Felt the influence of this touching scene and tears stood tin blvd Poco that had Long been strangers to them. 11 1l i a Mother came and spoke soothing words to us nut a cottage inv dear Reader. To it sorrow i 0 was torn no a cottage Emilie lived by t i la away and to prison Willile non Felt to i wag the second floor of i pm apathy for him but h 3 child. Cannot Call it a for Twa not nor House for to was r you my t t to litre w again years rolled by and the father had i gone to his Long account. What had become j of Emilie she had been taken into a poor but vlrtuou3 tall y from for her hapless Rizero tire were two i Msall and two Little then a palc. Weakly child of scarce nos to pm lab and Al Ami Joyful am the Pel Tom Only hard for Enilie said i walk in walk Well he die walk in and As he passed the table he cast an Eye upon my Capon. Mrs. Timson saw the glance and turned that my dear wife begrudge the Capon but she knew there was not enough for three and there was no time to Cook another. He took a shift Horn and then turned around told me that his name was Grimplin and that he was a candidate for the legislature. I told him i was glad to make his acquaintance and introduced him to mrs. Tim son who told him she was glad to see him Pooi 1 a Pinno Neof the be Days Hon i i could not keep her besides she had too much spirit to remain in idleness. Her Mother had i taught her Early to be quite expert Wilh her Needle and after a Short time she began to learn the business of Straw sewing. She grew the thirteen witha Haf starved look. These friends Itoman she told a White one that time but i a Enlil inf twin Lior Lio amoo Hope it will be forgiven her in fact i feel certain it will for she was driven to it you and i invited him to sit Down and take dinner. Mrs. Timson excused herself with the plea that she had to go out and attend to a negro child that Toh Erfal 1 up Beauli Lul Anu trusting and confiding for had just been taken very sick May the guilty a Ler the hollow world around her. I that is the for that Siars that is the for that sin7 tools i am confident it will be the and let the hollow world around her. A Little irl f yet Mere re Civ piano and h the i de addresses of an artful villain who made us Divide the Capon Between us she dear heart poor Mcconnic a bricklayer a Happy vision3 any taste for music her to rain through what a dark 1 waste and gloomy desert of disappointment and taste for music jamc3 Mordel the father. Niolu lick and live on potatoes. Eur Sci Blell have joined if i have to work my Fin see Well the father . Lac Blu car Mew to the swelling in Mordel. Her father it and Industry a generally prudent but aspiring 10 would havoc Crown Little parlor High to receive her friends 13 her husband was a Good Workman write of a steady Man Olive within their income. Foed away and. It mos Mordel by. And hero my readers com f Ell you frankly and at once am heart y e and there old English word that tells the Ustmo details. First and ios3 of followed he Rac and the Rota to on unfinished desolate Gar s ihede5olation of heart with her drunks Long. He would come shadows of airy castles was she doomed to pass How expanding and joyous had been her truthful and Loving her Young heart thus with a mind a fortified by suspected deceit or anticipated treachery the blow fell and crushed her to the Earth. We saw a crowd one Day As we passed along the Street gathered around some object apparently stretched upon the ground. Led by curiosity to Force a passage to the Centre we be held a female wretchedly attired supported in a sitting posture by a Man on either Side and i evidently suffering great bodily pain. One who seemed to be a physician was to her in a kind voice and trying to pm plaint. I of she my complaint is past have but Little time to have taken our interest As Well As curiosity became now dining on Mush and milk very Little of that Capon did teat and very Little of my Cool bottle of Claret passed my lips i had or. Grimplin s horse fed too and he kept me up after dinner talking about what he meant to do when he got into the legislature whilst i would have Given More for my after dinner Nap than i would for All his principles put together did t Promise to vote for him but hinted very strongly that Way. The fact is i never h eard of him before. Well he went away and i Lay Down on the gallery and went to sleep. 1 had gone off into a deep and glorious snooze and was dreaming that a huge monster with forty Heads on each of which was a great brass Gimlet a la had announced himself As candidate for All the offices within the gift of the people when mrs. Timson who would no More have dared to disturb my siesta on Ordinary occasions than she would have Cut off her Little tickled my nose with a Feather and i awoke in a very bad humor. Curse it All mrs. Timson my said i starting up and rub Bing my eyes what the Devil did you disturb marked the sane thing rather tight. The next Day seven candidates visited my House and ate Vith and four More slept in my Beds and therefore they slept two in a bed. About five minutes after i had conducted the new Comer to the room where the one candidate was a bed i heard a tremendous crashing of falling of such cursing and swearing As i Riever before heard in my House. 1 ran to the room at the Docar of which stood the two Candi dates in their shirts looking at the e scene of destruction. Why or. Said one Why did you put those two men to Gelhar Why sir they Are Bolh running for clerk and they Are As hostile towards one another As two men can be i looked into the room and there stood or. Squirt with one of mrs. Timson s Beautiful pieces of crockery held aloft in his hand like Jove posing a ready to descend upon the head of or. Spoils who held up of a shield the cover of the same vessel. They had already broken the look info Glass Bureau had demolished two chairs and torn the Mosquito bar into shreds. Or. Squirt brought the spacious Mouth of the vessel Down accurately upon the top of or. Spoil s Small heed. The Bottom flew out. Stud the neck and Chin like the ruffle of a Spanish Hidalgo in the Tama of Cortez. The Bridge of or. Spoil s nose was considerably the descent of the vessel. I succeeded in Slop Ping the Row and after two hous spent in writing and accepting challenges and drinking my old Rye the parties Shook hands and went to bed together. City Bucks. J h utter of the Argus thus discourses upon some precious City Buck who has spoken disparagingly of the people of the county of animals were to cease they would Monroe. Tie gives these chaps some Comfort. Able digs. Rhe Arhim the Maura most. Designs of our blessed lord but endear or to live in that peace and Harmony which becomes the children of god and followers of an Humble crucified Saviour leaving animals which a a destitute of reason to fight persecute and destroy one we live in Charity with All men doing Good unto All men doing unto others As we would they should do unto the family enmity animals. There is a continual enmity among animals they Are constantly attacking and pursuing each other every element is a Field of Battle for them the Eagle is the terror of the inhabitants of the air the Tiger lives upon the Earth by carnage the Pike in the Waters and the mole under ground. It is the want of food which induces these and Many other species of animals to destroy one another. But there Are some creatures whose hatred of each other does not proceed from the same source. Those animals which entwine themselves around the elephant s and press it till they have suffocated him Ity wit act so with the design of procuring food. A Janien the Ermine leaps upon and lays hold of the ear of the Bear and Elk and bites them with his Sharp Teeth we cannot affirm that this is done to satisfy the Calls of hunger. There is scarcely any creature however Small a with does not serve for food to some other i know that Many people think this arrangement is cruel and unnecessary but i can with Confidence assert that even this antipathy and enmity among animals is a proof that everything is wisely ordered. If we consider animals in the whole we shall find that it is highly useful that 1 some should others for while Voith Oul this arrangement of nature Many species could not exist so also these numerous species instead of being prejudicial Are extremely use insects and Many reptiles feed on Carrion others establish themselves in the bodies of certain animals and live upon their flesh and blood and these insects themselves serve As food for other creatures. Carnivorous animals and Birds of prey kill and feed upon other Ani Mals. Some species multiply 60 abundantly thai they would become burdensome if their numbers were not diminished. If there were no reel Are substituted. Sparrows to destroy insects what would become Vhal is idleness t j Sivey circulated among the most despicable 6f the human race. Pretty thoughts. What is Joy the Honey of existence really beneficial und agreeable when partaken of in moderation but highly injurious when used to excess. What is the philosophy of life and the principal ingredient in the cup of happiness a commodity that is undervalued in consequence of the Low Price it can be obtained for. What is happiness a Butterfly that roves from Flower to Flower in the vast Garden of existence and which is eagerly pursued by the multitude in the vain Hope of obtaining the prize yet it continually eludes their grasp. What is ambition a fierce and unconquerable Steed that bears its rider Onward to the High Road to preferment but it oftentimes throws him such a fall that he rarely Ever recovers. What is crime j a wretched Vagabond tra Veling from place to place in a fruitless Endeavor to escape from Justice who is constantly enga ged in hot Pursuit. A foe to virtue and Happi Ness though at times the companion of poor innocence which is too often made to suffer for the guilty. What is Justice a pair of Scales in which the actions of Mankind a re often weighed the True weight being sometimes brought up by Power and wealth whilst others that Are incur a Public mint where eggs this terrible animal would increase to a alarming degree. A great portion of the Earth would be desert and Many creatures would not exist if there were no carnivorous j it will perhaps to urged that they might live would scarcely afford for spar rows and and the Stu Ture of Carni Vorous animals must have been Juite different from what it now is and if fish did not live upon the inhabitants of the water How would they be Able to subsist besides if the wars what is fear a frightful and dangerous guilty but a vain and Shadow to the conscientiously honest what is Fortune 1 a capricious Dame who often rejects those who Are most anxious to solicit her favors whilst others More unworthy i pints of her bounties without their so Why there is More ignorance among your proud haughty clerks and salesmen of Market and Chestnut streets than in any county in Pennsylvania. Shows us a fellow who wears suspenders at both ends a shirt Collar that Calls for the insurance of his hat like a fire what is fashion a Beautiful envelope for mortality presenting a glittering and polished their vivacity and Industry the creation Wonhi i be Lesa animated and Nijs i Lue of what is Cor. Much of his activity. We May also add that we should be deprived of Many s of god s Wisdom if Universal peace i ail among animals for the address sagacity i they use in laying j a sparkling beverage that it exhilarating and agreeable when Parta Ken Ait the expense of others but when used at our own Cost it becomes bitter and unpleasant. What is thought 3 a Fountain from which res for and surprising1 their Prav Verv Evi a n i bucket and his Mouth covered with hair who Dently. Manifest the Wisdom of the creator so f 6vl1 fluid Prates loudly of a Protection to american in far then is the enmity which exists am off to enmity which i exists among my Nib Dusty and we will show you As big an ass As animals from darkening the Wisdom and Good j Ever was made. Philadelphia they think is Ness of god that they receive additional Brilli the United slates and that All outside of it Are Poncy from what superficial observers think an i fall , Hottentots. The truth is the people of the imperfection. It forms Parl of Ihl plan of the Ity of its move its own and country generally and the Hardy mountaineers great system of nature that one animal should of Monroe Are As Superior to these men in every persecute and feed upon another. We View As Day is to night in shedding Light upon indeed complain of this arrangement if it the Earth. They have More sound common toned the entire destruction of any one s sense More real practical knowledge More Gen and Are better informed upon the historical Rise and Progress of our Laud and but this never happens and the continual wars among animals preserve a proper balance be tween them. Thus carnivorous animal s o j Juno n i Vur Uila a u Lulu us dec he nature of the political institutions which indispensable links in the Chain of Heinri and in Vern no Tymn ctn i i .1 _ o 1 excited and we saw the wretched woman con i me for he mrs. Timson 1" of Don t speak so eyed to a bed determined to see the Issue said she in a whisper there s a Geistle such Means were resorted to As the physician deemed essential to her Case but no Hope was entertained of her recovery. On being asked the reason of her suicidal act she related at intervals of Relief from pain the following Brief narrative i was an Only daughter. My father became a drunkard and my poor paused for a few moments to restrain her emotions at Man sitting in the parlor another candidate. I put on a Calm countenance and walked in and there sat an intelligent Bright looking Young Man whom i saw at a glance was a gentleman distinguished As a candidate. He Rose no and apologized very gracefully for having disturbed me and told me that he was a candidate that inexorable custom compelled him to visit the people and that he wished to occupy As Little of us than the starched up mustachioed federalists of Philadelphia Ever have been or will be. It is the democracy of the country that hese Fellows hate. The big democratic major to of Monroe is the Thorn that pricks them. Monroe May not have so Many free schools As some other counties but the reason1 for this is lat the democratic children Are smart enough and the whig children Are so thundering scarce hat they Don t need Many schools if the Phi a Elphia federalists Are so anxious to establish schools let them Send teachers to Heide Burgin Lehigh kno educate yourself. Reward it is the gift of a College particularly. It is when Tel the mind produces whenever it acts. Great Are chiefly appliances for the Lazy to furnish substitutes for knowledge by which to make their Way in the world. A youth who has a Noble thirst for science is not so much benefited by a Liberal education As he is Apt to imagine he will be before trying it. If your parents Are Rich and have nothing better to do with their Money let them Board you at Cam Bridge or Yale for four years. But if they Are poor Labouring people stay with them and labor too. But Don t the less strive for a Liberal Edu cation. Be Liberal in supplying yourself with books and time. Journey on foot and study nature and men. Ask of everybody and everything. Thus doing you will probably acquire More satisfactory and useful knowledge and what is More sounder character and firmer will be More of a Man than if you distress your parents to have knowledge put into your Mouth with a Pap spoon. It is thus that the greatest and Best men Are made in every country. What is knowledge a key that unravels All mysteries and unlocks the Entrance and discovers new unseen an3 untrodden paths in the hitherto unexplored Fields of science and paper. Admirable example. Gito. Washington when Young was about logo to sea As a midshipman everything wag on this their number is very Small com the vessel Lar opposite his father s pared with that of useful animals. We May i Lyle Little boat Ilad come on Shore to also remark that the strongest and fiercest take and his wll Ole heart was Bent on animals have commonly the least sense and after his had been carried Down -.1 to the bunt. To k.1 Kic. Ein cunning. They either destroy each other or their Young ones serve As food for other beasts. Hence also nature has granted to the weakest species so much Industry and Means defence. They possess instinct acuteness sense quickness skill and Saj rarity sufficient counterbalance the strength of their enemies can any one behold this without acknowledging the infinite Wisdom of the Orea Tor and Confes sing that this state of warfare which at first seems so strange is in real Good we should be still More convinced fit if we were better acquainted with the whole system of things and the relations and connections which different creatures have with each other but this is a degree of knowledge reserved fora future state where the divine perfection will be manifested in infinite splendor. We May How Ever in some measure even in this world comprehend Why these hostilities among Ani Mals Are necessary but we can by no Means conceive Why men whose nature is so much m6re Noble should be continually fomenting wars and divisions so destructive to to their race. To the disgrace of humanity and thle eternal reproach of the Christian religion men pursue wars and destroy each other with More Savage barbarity than the wildest beasts that Range the orests than which nothing is More opposite to he great ends for which they were surely Man was designed to Render himself use us to his fellow creatures to contribute All in big Power to their Comfort and happiness to be he defender of the helpless the Benefactor of he poor and the Friend of the afflicted and unfortunate. Let us not counteract these merciful to the boat he went to bid his Mother Farewell and saw the tears bursting from her however he said nothing to her but he saw that his Mother would be distressed if he went and perhaps never be Nappy again. He just turned round to the servant and said go and Tell them to fetch my trunk Back. I will not go away to break my Mother s his Mother was a truck with his decision and she said to him George god has promised to bless the children that Honor their parents and i believe to will bless there Are Many men whose names will never go Down to who think very lightly of a Mother s feelings or opinions. Good society. It should be the of Young men to go into Good society. We do not mean the Rich the proud and fashionable but the society of the Wise the intelligent and Good. Where you find men that know More than you do and from whose conversation one can Gam information it is always Safe to be found. It has broken Down Many a Man by associating with the Low and the Ribald song was inculcated the indecent Story to excite laughter and fluence the bad passion s. Lord Clarendon is attributed he Success and happiness in life to associating with persons More Learned virtuous than himself if you wish to be Wise and you desire happiness and not misery we advise you to associate with the in Elligen and the Good. Strive for mental Eicel ence and strict integrity and you never will be found m the sinks of Pott ution and on the enches of retailers and gamblers. Once Habi uate yourself to a virtuous secure love of Good society and no punishment would greater than by Accident to be obliged for ill a Day to associate with the Low and vulgar newspaper

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