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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 23, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted and fit listed every wednesday by for. P. At of a year payable half yearly in Advance or 5o if not Paitl to Vitlin the vol. 15. Wellsborough wednesday t november 23, 1842. While no. 223. E but the irom which a per y of the proceedings Satori s Register of a history was sus id Lias not since been times much for real a i an equal amount of the current pro speeches of both daily Globe and appendix Only. We ate ssi onal v proposed by Piaf pc and keeping the t-we-8ef_op for the globes standing for and appendix. The die in Are printed at i sent to All sub sort on Globe and degree affected they Are ont by the reporters res. And the Wlizlo n and correction of s in Jet Ewin or Nis understanding or Marks should occur. Of the doings 1 in Liri ions in it freely i in the daily Semi the daily weekly 5, suit annul in Advance. Item in the same form and and it at the end of Taefi take Cong res air on grass so Coo i May subscribe for d with them that we them Back and Ogress i at first Are Nowai he Back numbers to to Elf i of the Bible. By William Liggett. The s Little Book cd rather Orin than All the Gold and gems that o or in Monarch s coffers than All their diadem. Kay were the seas one Chrysolite the Earth a Golden Ball and diamonds All the stars of night i this Book were Worth them All. How Baleful to ambition s Eye his blood wrung spoils must gleam when death s uplifted hand is nigh his life a varnished dream then Bear him with Bis gasping breath for one poor moment crave fool wouldst thou stay the Arm of Del Aifa of thy Gold to save. No the soul Neer found Relief in glittering hoards of wealth gems dazzle not the Eye of grief Gold cannot Purchase health but Here a blessed Balm appears. To heat the deepest woe and he that seeks this Book in tears his tears shall cease to How. Here he who died on Calvary s tree hath made that Promise Blest Yeh Eairy Larned come to me and i will give you rest. A bruised Reed i will not break a contrite heart despise my Burthen s Light and All who tabs my Yoke shall win the skies " yes yet this Little Book is Worth All else to mortals for what Are All the Joys of Earth compared to Joys of heaven1 this is the guide our father gave to i3ad to realms of a Star whose Lustre gilds the the written fur on human physiology by f. S. Rhoades m. D. No. V. Having in the previous number the the Humar Lem and briefly surveyed the Wor nature and found Man Al the he All acting As lords of this vast Cri world we Are now prepared to More directly into the considerate Trio physiology of his bodily str physiology is the science of i a description of the Powers of the Tern which acting in conjunction Sii Iule life. This description a Lothe human system constitute Nin physiology. The importance of the science Reader was explained in t Unavie Iury article. I lie anatomical description lit Imin Frame we have said inn is i prided into solids and we there gave a Brief de Seritti out its locality and ution to other parts and we Shal proceed to the uses of these is first Bones. doubtless m ended Fay our creator for two ii i Jant purposes. 1st. They give my firmness to the Pait. Thu Arm not Hofve been of the it Nenvis or if so could not hav its firmness were it not for the outre Jjones and its solidity. In the daily uses of the Arm i important to have it constructed Toad nut of fre-2 motion Irr the be therefore two Bones were require i twas important too that tie 1 part of the Arm should be so const As to admit of certain rolling to Nily two Bones Are require or the Arm one is mainly by the Elbow joint to the gurus orb one of the her Art re upper part of the at Tion the hand c and of Over Lam and is attached slightly and Buji a Wall surface to the wrist yet suf strength of r All Ordinary he other has its Broad Jaconne i j the wrist and its Slighter one Luw. By this connection the rolling motion by allowing i Bones the fore Arm to Roll i he other. The leg has the i or l Structure As the Arm though it does Inot admit Molion to so great a i do the Structure of the Bones is eel ular injuries Are prevented 10the system by Falls blows construction affording remove the Force 01 me cd before it communicated wit ii any vital organs. 1 i thus the Force of a blow on the head a prevented from extending its influx to the brain Fay the dipole i. Al a Between the two tones of the i to 611ed with an extremely cellular of the Skull too being an Cov is s of of d enter Nof Wije. Sys of lied the in the the kids. Of s re now Ous Verc or Hape the Lape had i Ftp was o As Tje wer act on Din in Huju Iyer d Khz Arch Grea brain Froni a Seco levers for thus of the As the to from the s around an inserted the fio to be mov of the Inko it serve As lev merely As cached m moving of no this or part. The i Urjil about Tavvo Are various in the in Faunl the place Bones lures that Many Falls children a by the in vengence were fully bul As the flu solidity Eilf they a their use i would Ari hard Bones they Ai end of the allow the prevents injuries eternal causes ise of Bones is to serve As movements of the body pm the Muscles that act r Power have their origin Alder Blade and passing Over the shoulder joint Are the Arm. Of resistance is the object the e fulcrum is the Shoul n he same Way other Bones or while Many others serve to Mfd Points to which Are at is not intended for the Ink limbs but of some oth of Bones in the body is undred and forty. The uses of these cording to their situation Al birth Cartilages occupy a great proportion of the events the numerous Frac id be consequent upon the id blows to which Young o liable. Rough handling would cause much Incon Many fractures if the hordes Mcd at Early period giving shape and in Frame is cartilaginous prevented bund in the joints Lvere prevent the injury that rom the friction of two Ige her. Und attached to the front is where their use is to and Fol 50 Newessa they a medium matter thai by m Par Ationo of Lime nothing the Bone uses of Ca third purpose o meals of number unwary an 1st, Volo the Bori they Are voluntary formed a Short All will is 2d. I vol that act int legend and artery one Case t a Uciles the urine belong to secreted motion of the which is in respiration. Too in affording a which to Deposie Bony is is evident from the fact the creating Bones in a weak pre in uralic acid the phosphate will be destroyed leaving Blit 3 cartilage in the place of these constitute the chief to age. Muscles. These Are for the forming the varied move body. They Are 400 in hey Are divided into vol i voluntary. Itary Muscles Are attached and Are subject to the will Means by which All the i Lions of the body Are per p i. Talking eating in 3 functions in which the Nej. Inlay Muscles Are those specific stimulus of the will As the heart the bladder in the blood is the that Tion and in the other the the stomach raid intestines e for or Eit the Sib s class and the food and at re i be the the re is a Possi affect thes to action. A Muse and these each Fibre muscle is Lular sub Stan of one Pai Var Lunary Gin or ins lend out a of the eel i hey Are face for allowing joints Wilh where form yet the hand each i and Gener the Purpo sensation this i is Price pre set t the nerves and that t ate excite Tion and this the thought Tab shed to thesalis in wha to Tuscul will Ever fourth edification useful in Lions As j 4-c. They i under the and joints fifth cords Ari marrow lances Are the stimuli. It a by any of the w ill to organs so Aslo excite them d s divided into filaments e sub divided into fibres a id each filament ind each eloped in a Sheath of Cele which prevents friction n another. Many of the m is Clos have a to odious Ori on usually both. These thing but prolongation r tissue described and us in condensing the sur i ise lion of the muscle and j muscle to play Over More facility and imports 3 required a delicacy of dining full strength As in out Imant is attended by a nerve by two. Are for f and he muscle. It wha. Way ced is not fully known at but the probability is Hal Ai e conductors of elect Sicily substance is the immedi Ause of muscular contract hat i g seen of needs but it is a mass of fact is being is Ivl Ich vill prove this Point faction of All physiologists Ray the will is connected action is now and probably remain unknown. Garments. These Are a to cellular substance and Are strengthening Bony connect riots the Bones of the Plevis 1 be considered More fully Heads of cellular substance lie leaves. These Are Long White Iulg from the brain and spinal branching out in every direction penetrate whole system they Are Oft too kinds one to pro Duce motion and the other Are 43 pair. Those arising from the spinal marrow arc double punning together enveloped in the same Sheath. One of these in for Molion and the other for sensation. Thus we see a total loss of feeling n a limb while the Power of motion remains Good and vice versa the lion station is unimpaired while the Power of motion is entirely wanting. In our nejd the physiology rest of the Soli Jackson Tioga article we shall continue of the nerve and the is of the human system. 1842. Miscellaneous. Test love. And so Day my love of Morrow is Why bridal and thou Art sure the one to whom toil Art Betroth cd has thy Young heart Alfirst i never knew what twas to love till i saw Huil i knew it Cora and now if thou listen i la relate to thee the Story of my Early i Jive what i feared smile and the of do Lear Mother so Long have wished to to ask for thy Mournful furrows on thy Placid brow told such a tale of sorrow a Cora has not All Benn strewn with and the Many lha wealth Billy was Sta Gensui flashed Noble of the i been indulge and did he might ice tis vol hear yet be my path through life now envy my boundless not what blighted hearts rely palaces. I was the Noble House the favored 1 at the age of six Vilh All the warmth of ice Tilc nature one who May beat in in Only heir of a of Fortune an teen i loved my ardent us moved in him deeply devotedly i loved a Low Printer. Lov ble walks of life. Yes born yet nature s no his open brow from his Eye and his step was As firm a d stately the Piou Desi born need and. I who had Ever fan in All my wayward cites yielded 1 this All absorbing Mai Ler spirit in love you Mother less affections. I do hot seek for thee a Brilliant Alliance for but Loo Well i know to toll misery to sell your heart for Gold. No i have wealth enough for thee and me. Follow own heart s generous May your Bright of happiness All be realized r As Well have some other that he Price less love i plighted m cd of a Long whose riches vied vainly Bright particular Star and thought to As to have aspired to the hand of lady Edilh. And yet i knew he loved me though he cared not Tell it for in All the creations of his Genius in every face of surpassing loveliness that beamed from Ilis canvass mine could be traced so different yet the Sarre. A Little did he know when i wedded an possessed pure and f my priceless vows to one Nho boast Ine of Noble ancestors on Aichs might have in thinking gratified Pride could Supply the place of love and As i stood before the Ultra coldly and calmly promising to love and cherish him my heart was far away. But lord Windha n was my husband and As d to All my love and Long and earnestly did i struggle to banish the image of another one not unknown to Fame my Eye brighten and i would almost fear my heart s wild tumultuous thru brings might be heard. Of How bitterly would i reproach my self when my husband s fond look was Bent on me to think thai he who so loved and tru item me Lillep knew my sighs were not for him and that in my stately chamber Hung with gorgeous by teams be screwed my Lowny Pillow As i sighed for a Howlier lot. Fair children grew about me and time passed on and my husband s enduring kindness at length won my heart. It was not the i wild passionate love of my Early Days but a Calm tranquil affection found d on esteem. And eve Rard Mortimer had Laken a gentle Bride and found happiness in a simple cot that does not always dwell in pah Ces and i could hear his name now Al unmoved could think of him with cold indifference and yet could never meet him wit Loyl a quickened when death at last took my husband from me i mourned for him Long and deeply. I hid always been kind and gentle o Hirr and yet when i thought of his Many Virtues and his All absorb ing love for Rie i wept tears of a Tignish to think i a 1 not loved him and now list i Cora when i Tell you that the one Ivhon now possesses All your love is the son of Everard Mortimer. He is a fort tie in himself and is Rich in possessing your Young heart s match to i 3 n c r courtship of Hathaway Frem the youth Ash Ija Peare. How Dost like our Anna s sing enquired John , when his a tighter had left the chamber to put the children to their Beds. Very exceedingly i do assure replied the youth Voith a notable Cin Verity exclaimed the father As though he were a thinking of some thing he cared not to give speech indeed she hath a Sweet nothing More was said on that head at the moment and they again talked of country mailers till ins Host could not any longer contain his great wondering at his guest s marvellous insight into such Hills and enquired How he acquired it whereupon the other truly answered he got it by questioning those whose business it was. In Good time the Yeoman s Blooming daughter re turned and busied herself with preparations for supper taking care when Ever she could to have her share in the discourse which she did pretty sprig holiness exceedingly agreeable to her Young admirer. Seeing her at tempting to move the great table nigh or the fire he must needs jump up and with a Graceful Offieri Rusness seek to do it himself to which she appealed to object to in Donie manner and there was a Little arg Jiing betwixt father looking on with a glimmering smile As if i could see in it something exceeding pleasant. The end was that the Tavvo Young people carried the table together manifestly to their extreme satisfaction. In due time the Ras Liers Weie done and with a store of Oiler wholesome victuals were put on a fair White cloth that Cove red the table and William Shakespeare was Blunt Cour Tesy by the father and a More winning Nui fun aliveness by the daughter to Par take of the fare set before him. Thijs lie essayed to do with a notable Good will. After this the Blooming Anne brewed a goodly posset and whilst they Weie enjoying it her father called on her Lohm a song to which she seemed a Halle to hesitate upon with a sort of pretty Coy Ness time out of mind customary under Smilar after the youth had pressed her Voith an excellent show of Hel on she Sang a Dainty ditty then popular concerning of the pretty Little and Al least one of the listeners thought it most exquisite Sweet singing. Then John Hathaway would needs have song of his guest to which his Dau Gaiter added her entreaties so pret tily the Youthful Shakespeare found it impossible to i exist whereupon he commenced singing a favorite love song of the time beginning if i had Wytia for to the words were of a conceit which gained consid in admirable Ness by the manner of his singing and tune by the Means of his Rich Clear voice came upon the air a very River of Melody. A whether the Yeoman liked the song could Only be told by the pleasure lurking around the Corners of his Mouth and shining quaintly in his half closed might be interpreted he saw More in it than the Singer his daughter relished it there could be no questioning for her smiles were As evident As her praises. Now Friend will thee must be exclaimed John Hathaway at last in his usual Plain sort of a tis my custom to go to bed with the Lamb and Rise with the Lark an Excel Lent Good custom i la warrant i la e in bid thee fair Good Erth Eless i will add that i shall he Happy to see you at All if i be riot at Home perchance Anna will be As Happy to see thee As he said this with a look of humor that shone through his aspect and and shaking his visitor heartily by the hand he opened the door for his exit. His daughter denied not a word her father had said. Indeed her glance As she bade the youth Good night As plainly come As Ever was expressed by a pair of Bright eyes since the world began. From the Northern advocate. Be Wise for thy self. You cannot be in a state of happiness after death unless in Possession of the following essential elements of such a stale. 1. Al consciousness of having done ditty to god and Mankind or rather in scriptural ivors the having a conscience void of offence towards god and men without the Sweet piece of mind which this inspires the heart is left oppressed with dissatisfaction at one s self and surrounding of external objects and circumstances even were hey the beauties of heaven itself considered As a place must fail to afford True happiness. 2. Consciousness of being be loved. How desolate must that soul be which is without this. But on the other hand what a mysterious satisfaction results from its Possession. 3. Loving others. This is like Wise requisite slate of Bliss. With out this there can be no pleasant employment or the soul hut in proper Tion As it is enjoyed the soul Busi Ness worthy its High faculties. -4. I belief that happiness is attained Ivsich is will not end. If one feels that his happiness is transitory and May for Ever close at some unexpected ment the reflection is a constant impediment to enjoying solid happiness. But if one be confident his Bliss is of a lasting nature he is satisfied. And now dear Reader we ask Are you prepared for death do Jou possess these elements of Bliss if Obj 0 Why let a moment pass without earnestly asking How you May secure the safety of your precious soul and How can you do this Only by Particia fully in the religion of Jesus Christ Short of this you cannot feel conscience void of offence to wards nor yet towards men while you see your example is a hindrance to their embracing Rel Gion. What if you Are honest in Deal with them and Atten Tive to some outward neighbourly but notwithstanding see them go quietly to hell while you ought to be in pos session of religion and qualified to Lead them to Chiist and salvation 2. Short of this religion you cannot feel to be the object of any love upon which you have a firm but with it you can rejoice with Joy in the that god himself that the Angels and saints love you 3. And Voith this religion you will be in the Hap pitying exercise of Loving your heavenly father and All the beings be aim his image with a purity and fervency unknown to the natural heart. 4. In his enjoyment you will not feel Jap ii have attained a Short lived satisfaction that must soon Lake wings and Fly away but a Fountain of Joy is opened to your soul Asun failing As god himself. This is the Only you can be Happy. Of Why then will you instruct your soul to look for Content satisfaction or gratification in those fleeting earthly phantoms riches honors and pleasures or other things when however charming the Syren songs the now sing not one of them can accompany you Over the dark line which separates probation from Etc Nily of be Wise for thyself. Dayton. Last Twenty years. That is not my Dis ease certainly. But where in the world or How get these Beautiful legs i cannot i will Tell said j for i Deal plainly with All men. Lotf got them out of a Brandy bottle. Now take my advice. Gro Home eat More and drink less and will soon be said the wealthy Man i thought you were a skillful physician but i am satisfied of my mistake now. We live in an age of Humbug. You have fallen into the Channel and by aping for i cannot consider it real the practices of its most eccentric prose Lytes you have joined an enviable Haipie but sir it will Avail nothing with am not to be duped. What is Soihr charge for this five there s your Good and the wealthy gentleman crawled Back into his Carriage and was whirled out of sight in a. Moment. The physician has since retired upon an ample Fortune and is now living in a Green old age in the bosom of his family. Surrounded by every Cor Forl and enjoying that quiet repose which age a gentleman has tumbled from his High a Tate and is now a poor horseless per rimless bloated drunkard despised and pitied a Burden and a disgrace to his the grave will soon to receive icim and his name will become a Blank in the memory of Man. This is a history of but Short years. Let those who read it lemme Ber that Host diseases Are drawn out of a decanter.11 out of the decanter. A wealthy gentleman who lived leisurely and drank profusely was assisted out of his Carriage Cue morning in front of the office of a celebrated and inquired of the servant in attend Ance if the doctor was at Home being answered in the wealthy gentleman hobbled in supported on one Side by a Crutch and on the other Side by his conc Man and look a directly the doctor made his appear Ance and inquired the symptoms of the patient. The gentleman related his feelings As Well As lie that he could not not continually oppressed with pains in the head swellings in his eyes and finally everything that flesh is afflicted Voith. What have you done for inquired the eat nothing but the coarsest food and very sparingly of that in fact my wife says i do not eat enough to keep a rat re plied the gentleman said the physician you drink enough to kill an of. Which is a great Deal go Are mistaken sir there. I do not drink More than i have for the turks on a frolic. Two Oung turks accompanied by d n interpret i arnved at took up their at the hotel do Globe in the Rue Cuve Des Petit champs giving their names As Harri Noor and bar hour. They appeared to be Rich and spent Money liberally but still there wore cerium inexplicable peculiarities in their Mode of life. They never went out till the evening set in nor did they present at the ottoman embassy. The mystery How Ever was soon cute ared up. Two Days ago the officers of the police came and j took both the turkish youths Tocus this was in consequence of a despatch trom the French ambassador at constantinople sent up by Telegraph from Marseilles announcing that the sons of opulent merchant at constantinople had decamped Large sums of Moiha taken lion the Strong boxes of their respect fathers. La Possession of these Fine youths were found in Ahoi t 400. Roof. In negotiable Bill upon messes. Lafitte 4 co., and Olner Paris Bankers. All this Alliey voluntarily gave up and then demanded to be Laken to the ottoman ambassador who claimed them under thelow of nations and will no doubt take cafe to have them sent Back to their Parent speaking likeness. My dear have my portrait painted said a Beauty to her Cara Riposa. Delivering hot self most interestingly in the imperative. Mood. Dear Jou replied the quiescent husband and by the Best punter to be found their s a us Mph Don t muss my Collar dear there s a capital Painter in town Well my love who is plague take it i forget his name an italian signer so soft i or soft soap i i forgot but they say retakes such speaking such such speaking then my dear he shall not take yours the do enough talk ing for our House. I am willing that you should have a likeness but one Tongue wagging Oji the Wall Anil anon or or a ageing around the House is More than i bargained n. O. Picayune. A mouse and a scorpion being put to Geller Montpelier in a Glass Jar the scorpion stung it and till Ihen the mouse endeavoured to retire but after wards began to tremble in horror and when apparently in the agonies of death seized the scorpion and eat it tip by which Means it was cured. This Experiment was Many times repeated be fore the Royal Academy of sciences. Sell not virtue to Purchase wealth

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