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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 28, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA. 15.j selected Poew. rot. Know 1 i no Tihor bought b f. D 0 a r u Runny Ami Rainy a year 030, in i kingdom by Ilio son. Tint a Maiden Oliero a cd w and lilo Maiden she lived than i o to lored by Rao j Wai a child and slip was a child in kingdom by the sea. Bui Wihs love that wus More than i and my Aram v ii i a Lute Oliai ibo Vun god torn pcs of heaven Cut eld Lief to Lxi Roe and Lim Enion thai Long ago in Ihn kingdom by Iho Iea a wind blew out Cloud chilling by Bonilin ii Annabel Lee o i m her bom Kinsman Cimo it away from to to h r up in n sepulchre a i oni by Tho sea. F Liilo no Happy in heaven w t envy ii her and i Mihe Voiron As Oil men know 11 r Kinaj to by lilo i no in mini out of the Clotild by Naglit g i and killing my Annabel Leo Kiron Tryr Ilion Tho love mrw cd Dor than try Tenn in Hon Ven Fiovo 3 i Mil under Luo co my Buie from the soul a narc Leo. if i succeed i am sure of his Friend ship. This is daily demonstrated beyond doubt. If this powerful engine will move and subdue the heart of an enemy will it not bind and rivet the affections of friends remember too that unkind nest has an opposite effect. The one quenches the evil passions of the heart and changes them to love the other quenches the purest love and casts Earth s pleasures to infer wednesday Lolwing november 28. 1849. Misc1lam01. J a bit of in bbl whole no. 590. I _ who was exhibiting some a work a an All fired Gret place and i cred relics and other curiosities produced among beats Orleans All to carnal smash. It s a very i other a sword which he a assured his visitors was de sword Dat Baalam had yen he the giver receives All thru benefits if you bestow favor you will feel rial hatred of the gift. U ,. Jowui nun in Sam the satisfaction of it in your own mind feel the enjoyment of love toward the thankful receiver and gain his Friendship. Hence All the gains Are yours a soft answer turn eth away Wrath but Grievious words stir up if it be pos sible As far As Lieth in you live peaceably with All there Are several reasons Why there should to peace at Home 1. Man is asocial being and Bis happiness is Lovins companions else he has no happiness. Picture Kew place and some of the Folk is very scatter Stic and i Dicker us. The Fust Day Arter t Rived Yere from Cincinnatt i went into a Barber s shop to git shaved and Arter he had scraped my face see i wot s to pay now that Feller must a lamed Short hand Ritenor lost his pallet or Sulthin o that sort cob Hean sered so Quick and Short. Wot s to pay 1" see i. And see lie. See i. Hix and a Horter Yaw Heow much 1" see i again. Flotence wot s that Ere 1" see i. Go to see he a mad As Thunder. Wai i Dunna much bout your d few . A a uni Sikl ii klan d6oi 2. The strength of Friendship or enmity de see i Hevin him a nine Pence. or Var pends upon the situation of the persons concerned. The More frequently they see or associate with each other the stronger the passion rages which Ever it he. The members of Home must constantly associate with each other. It is in finitely better to associate with those that we can love and sympathise with whose society is our Bliss and whose absence is our regret than it is to constantly indulge the vilest passions of the human heart against those Frim whom we cannot absent ourselves thus rendering our selves miserable at Home unfit for the duties of life abroad unable to enjoy life anywhere curs ing our souls forever and destroying our physical Constitution for envy is rottenness to the 3. The associations formed at Home last through life. They Are Ever fresh in the Mem Ory. Its love throbs in the bosom forever and its wounds Are Ever new though rolling seas or mighty continents May separate from the land of birth. 4. The general disposition of the Youthful fireside has greater effect upon the future character and happiness of men than any other general influence. No habits Are so Strong As those which relate to the peace and happiness of the Domestic Circle. This is the observation of those who have studied the organization of Hur Man society. A a woman her Brothers hand listen to their Youthful pleasures j so will she her husband and As a Man treats his there should be perfect music in every word so will he treat his wife. Whosoever action without a note of Jurong will disregard the feelings of an associate at to True love and Friendship be wooed on Earth in be at Home. If you Ever speak a kind a Wear a smiling face exert yourself to in our company by conversation bestow without bringing to pm Wiful Anni ill Loo dreams incr nip but i fuel the Bright 07 i and Hal life to r i ii he n. A i lip Down by the Pido v my my life and my Brido r n there by the sea Liy Trio sounding Noa. S u huh to Tho last my my. The Domestic Circle. The Domestic Circle should be the great fount of earthly Blies Tho pleasantest and Happi is place on Earth. When Brothers ind Sisters meet with cheerful smile and parents with in then i eluded to take a Luke round town a bit and As i qua walking Long Broadway i seed uni Usu jail Usu veil lie would kill de a Spectator remarked that Haslam had no sword but Only wished for one. Ver Well Dis is de one he wished when will the father of Waters asked mrs. Partington As she sat looking at Brockwell s Panorama in the last hour of its exhibition. The father of replied the individual addressed. Why this is in that Yon see before goodness it 1" said she Why i be digested my specs to look Arter a big Man with the dropsy and k s no thing but a River Arler All. How i wish they d Call things by their proper there was something of disappointment in the tone but when afterwards she remarked to herself i wonder if that water will it was a Beautiful tribute from Benevolence to Genius. Little did a strike miss Bmith s baby a purpose did he 7 it was a Mere Accident was t it yes mar to sure it was and if lie Don t behave himself i la crack him i la take my pay in and said a Landlady lodged her friends on Straw Beds. No you said Jim i my love and kindness weep for other s and Raj Rico with their Joy let it be at if Micro to a place Hie departure from Sites a sigh and the approach to which Home will trample upon the affections of a companion. This is the strength of habit. Liere Are in this country one million five Hundred thousand Youton who Are just springing Forth into manhood in whose hearts Are planted the seeds that Are springing up for life or death and As they leap Forth upon the stage of life All Drivers a keep a Hallin up thare i always sleep is said that male hands at me. And i axed a Feller what they Wos Grasshoppers Tadewin that Fer an he see wot is it d be know wot them Fellers see i. Vaas i Don t see he. Wai i m Goin to know Ruthin bout that myself i see i. So next time a Driver done that to me i hello Naburn Wol s git in see stopping his team. In Side sir Rume for wot Fer see i. Ride up see he. Wai Keer if i see i wettin in. He took me clean away up e in Moat out or town an i sings out to the hello there Naburn Ware the damnation Are Yeou Goin to Stop Ware Are you Goin to take Feller to 7" then lit ried to get out but the cussed Dore would t cum Opin. Gall darn yer hide wot in Thunder Are yer then stopped his cattle and i told him to let me sixpence sir if yer please wot the ride Why darn yer ugly picture do Yeou a a Feller to take a ride an then Spect him to pay Fer Allers charge Wai Yore s yer see i an next time you git India Dooal inter won of them 1 in any evil passion if you cause no anywhere hut and love arc infinitely Ili fiver it really More lick place. Love in re prize. If that it i of incl to Domestic Hearth .i.1 Niu a can no Var Maizg a Nappy i mrs dwell that Homo i Terr Estial hell. Its inmates Readmon characters the influence of thai in. Cek Hie fibroid. Seeking to Castaway of Tho heart they seek such Cora and known the Joys of Blissful Home will but they spend their lives in him nun Ere i Cal late hell known sum thin bout it. Velour a smart Feller Yeou Are Don t they will bless themselves and the or i a smrt j Etsu see i and cleared out. Nuther time i went in to be shaved Ajja Hart to leap for Joy let it be it Home Scourge the world and themselves More. These j , or speak harshly in seeds were planted and rooted at the Youthful Home. at Home Are the causes of immense Artir the Feller qua Dun see he Sham Pule be sir of to Render Home Happy Mercat Caro m o i i _. T if we could make All Homes what they i j in inv wot he ment but to Tell him so else he mite think i wus see i. Then he begun to rub my head like All Wrath an Wen i looked Minlu a Glass Afore me he was Makin a suds All Over my Hare i jumped right Oulen that cheer and Looker Yere Yeou wot in Natur or Yeou trying to do 7" Shample Yeou to be see he. Get out you cussed Feurle you f do yer frequently n Seldom considered. Cir occur Winch separate u c or a and should be it would strike a death blow upon i vice. But we cannot therefore let us labor for 1 All Good and do Good where we can. Canter Pla ing these things who would not sacrifice All else for peace at Home the value of which is beyond the reach of All calculation. Calm peace and Light. Them is a Calm poor in spirit know Thui Vollena sorrow Ami that sweetens woe there la a peace that dwells i inn the Brean when All i Ghoul is Stormy there is a Light tort gilds the darkest hour when dangers thicken and when tempests Lour thai Calm to Faith nil Hope and love is Given that Light shines Down to Man elite i irom heaven elegant extract. _ the course of a great sorrow is common place several to Xingu the in j enough a thing of every Day. There is the wild incredulity and the unreal composure half Stu por half excitement there is the struggle More or less vehement of the will against the Adverse which is Labouring to subdue defeat and the Victory the Brave Effort helpless surrender. There Are prayers such As that prayer which was once rung from the agony of a great heart and which is the voice of a new grief for All time. Lord thou Hast permitted it therefore i submit with All my there 13 the heavy weariness and the aching resignation and the utter weakness and the solemn Calm and the holy strength and the melancholy peace so Sweet in the midst of bitterness when the vision of heaven dawns upon those eyes which Are too Blind with tears to see any longer the Beauty of Earth there is the slow painful return to old habits and ways the Endeavor now feeble now vigorous the gradual interrupted Success the shuddering recurrence of familiar images and associated the final closing up of a memory into the heart s inmost Temple where it dwells and lives forever which the world Calls forgetfulness or at least recovery. And the Mourner goes Back again to the out world and common life like one who has had a fever and is in health again though somewhat Nan and feeble and needing More than heretofore to be cared for and considered. Sorrows Are the pulses of spiritual life after each beat we pause Only that we May gather strength through the next. The Sun is like god sending abroad life Beauty and the Start like human souls for All their glory comes from the san. Moli , Iii cd hupa nue cons of the we family from each other wound that forever stings of who of coiled when the design of Tho h fran to r i m a i irom Utt. 1 he evil effect of words is frequently very pcr50n Iny speak a careless word a. ?7 of by in for and consideration contain some allusion to the past or f s Alc of the mind it May give a fwd Russion and meeting Tho mind a it and when i got there. I fell Down be frugal of your time but not at the expense of your health. Passages in poetry Are truisms but these truisms Are the great truths of humanity and he is the True poet who draws them from the fountains in elemental purity and gives us to , says Tome one is the Flower of literature is the Corn potatoes the meat satire the Anna Fortis it is the spice and Pepper love letters Are the Emetics letters containing remittances Are apply dumplings. Clergyman who Reading to his congregation a chapter in genesis Fui ind the last sen tence on the Page to be and the lord gave unto Adam a turning two leaves to Gether he found written and read in audible voice she was pitched without and he had into the Middle of a description of Noah s distinguished physician protests in these words against the prac Tice of tight lacing la Dica with corsets Pray have done lest ill disease precipitate your Fate the Nymph who truly cores Lor no. Should never seek to look Lite Jno. 1. A person visiting a museum of curiosities was shown the Skull of Oliver Cromwell it is extremely said the visitor. Bless you replied the Cicerone it was Nis Skull when he was a Little my said a fellow condemned to be executed for sheep stealing All i ask of your lordship is that i shall not be hanged on Why 7" asked the judge in Surprise. Because it is Al ways counted a mighty unlucky was the of us bears within himself a world unknown to his fellow beings each May relate of himself a history resembling that of every one yet like that of no , like the Sun upon the dial gives to the human heart both its Shadow and us one Calls the of squeezing girls palmy season of Story is going the rounds Ofa political aspirant in Indiana who mounting the stand to make a political speech commenced with fellow notwithstanding my Youthful appearance f he father of two children do Post office Stamps resemble Idle children Al Sohr Joll be cause they require to be Well ito1 make fk6 them stick to their is a Blush like n Lille girl because it becomes a Violina n. The goodly outside is excellent when not falsely assumed but the worst natural face that nature s Journeyman Ever left unfinished is bet Ter than the bravest is nothing More miserable than an old Man that would be1 Young again. It was an answer worthy the commendations of Petrarch and that which argued a mind truly philosophical of him who when his Friend bemoaned his age appearing in his White temples telling him he was sorry to see him look so old replied nay be sorry rather that Ever i was Young to be a we understand says an English paper that an ingenious Yankee has put up a saw Mill which is driven by the Force of an passing tip Broadway Day be fore yesterday says the Cincinnati commercial our attention was attracted to a Well dressed female sitting on a door step near the Market. She had resting on her Knees what we took at a distance to be a baby and thinking the infant loveliness had become restive she was obliged to sit Down to pacify it. Her dress was the neatest and most Recherche pattern her Bonnet same and a veil of Gossamer texture and Virgin purity floated from her Bonnet and half shrouded her form like a priestess of the ancient no ii. When opposite her our doubts were resolved As to the cause of her selecting such a lonely seat fur As we too 1 Whilo and gazed her veil was lifted by the Breeze Anil Loye Pearl like Teeth were hard at work on bread and a Bose Campbell sometimes called by his friends. Old on account of his snowy locks a a contractor and Engineer on the Vermont Central Railroad. He is a Man of considerable humor is intensely patriotic in his views and feelings and take him for All in All a decided Trump " Fulling in one Day at a Public House with an English baronet who in company with Bis Valet was trav Auerr through the country in search of old Whitey deter mined to give him some. Having Learned by inquiry of the landlord which was the master and which i was the to whispered to his companions who sat near him. There boys in a genuine live enlighten him and immediately fell to haranguing on the great and growing prospects of this immense and rapidly enlarging Why said the baronet turning to the speech maker understand you to say that you mean to add Canada to your to be sure we said Campbell we must have it you see i Don t quite see said my but Pray How far do you propose to extend your Why sir we be pretty much settled it thus said old Whitey South by All the water there is round Cape Horn West by the Pacific Ocean East by the Atlantic outside of Cuba mind and North by the regions of eternal the baronet gazed at the Calm face of old Whitey for an instant made a Brief and retired to his Post. Political. Our National monarchical parallels. Anli Slenes one Day entreated the athenians to give order that their users might be employed in till ing Tho ground an Well As their horses to which u As answered that those animals were not destined for Euch a service. That s All replied he it Only Sticks at your command for the most ignorant incapable men you employ immediately become worthy enough because you employ them Tagne re Eniy in a general sense is the ruler of a state. In a More limited and usual sense it is one who exercises the highest Power vicariously during the absence. Or incapacity of the lawful ruler there May be one Regent Tir More than one acting in a body. The right to the Regency is created by Law will agreement or sometimes under color of Law by Accident. Among the regencies of Mokerji times that of a Muir of Orleans during the minority of Louis Xiv reas deplorable in its consequences for France and indeed All Europe. The Regency of Georce Prince of Wales in the time of George Iii was strik ing one. Among other cases it is worthy of remark that within the last sixty years three regencies of crowned princes have taken place in Europe on account of the mental imbecility or insanity of the Kings of great Britain Gal and Denmark. Where the whole ruling Power is bestowed upon a combination of several persons caused by the Hion Wijn a Jucis of the nominal Luler the Regency is known by the name of Cabal ministry or Cabinet. The most famous or infamous , was that under the English Charles if which consisted of five men distinguished among other things for recklessness misrule and ignorance combined. Cufford Ashley Buck Ingham Arlington and Lauderdale whose Ini tial letters form the word now used to denote a body of intrigues Thel opposite of statesmen. Another English Regency during a More modern reign was a ministry of seven men which was designated by the sobriquet of a. The Tal and because of its Mongrel character and conduct was prostrated by the Force of Public Al. Opinion. In All these and other cases the Dom Nancy of the Regency Power was productive of nothing but disastrous consequences to the co temporary people and nation with whom it existed. So much for the past pregnant As it is with instruction. But mortifying 09 it May be we the free citizens of the United states of America at the present time need not look abroad for nor study the character of past re let us look at Home it is there that we startlingly find a Regency in our notional government the principle of whose formation whose policy and whose deeds of misrule Sonal vices out of the stand in equal censure and Dis esteem if not with greater odium us Der the circumstances than these of the regencies of the corrupt monarchies to which we have alluded. Its existence is a new feature in our National illegal in its calmly and sorrowfully but truth fully be it is a disgrace to our present temporary government and so fur As agriculture to Etc Mast Hie Moit Uoch employ of Washington. Agricultural. They can reflect it upon our National re ration let the facts speak general into office vowing that he was utterly a unfit to perform its duties. In1 the abstract this plight be pardoned upon the score of that modesty which is attributed to supposed True greatness. But there was no such greatness and the unfit Ness is a most and Manifest this every Man either openly to his Neighbour or to his own conscientious thoughts. This Sute of things humiliating As it is might in other countries As we have shown have War ranted the establishment Ofa Regency. But it a forbidden by our Constitution in which Art. Ii., of the executive is the words of the official and solemn will faithfully execute office of president of the United but what do we behold 1 this presi Dent has openly proclaimed and the fact is so that he parts with his raiment of constitutional duty and Power and deposits it with the Mem Bers of his Cabinet. He divides it into five or seven pieces and to each member As in the Case of the British cabals and ministries of condemned i memories he gives a piece. The term cab inet is derived from the apartment where the executive transacts Public business advises with his privy counsellors and issues his de crees. Where constitutional authority fora Transfer Blithe whole executive Power duty and responsibility to a Regency nowhere moreover forbidden As such a Transfer is the spirit of our institutions seem to demand that if a president is assured by himself of his incompetence to execute his High office he should not violate it by placing it Union Stith in other hands but should resign. But if a Regency is illegal in principle and therefore degrading to the sense of National Pride our Reo Emcy in practice has exhibited a most lamentable administration of Public affairs. The people have tried to Deal charitably by it to give it a Chance but it has forfeited All respect its patriotism is the instinct of self its knowledge the fruit of Hasty research its sagacity the creature of circumstance. Its courage is that of the ass with the lion s skin and in All things it acts upon the moral of Morr Rayione s narrative prefixed to this article. Prescriptive in policy faithless and regardless of the promises of its Good natured but simple -----1-----------------j Inch ride lining great in Small real it presents in alternately laugh pity and dispose n employer composed of als As to character and things and Lille in a spectacle which the at in ridicule mourn newspaper agriculture. To whom has god Given so Many Broad and Fertile where under the same govern ment is to be found such a variety of climate surface soil and production As within the limits off these american states and territories we Arje a world within ourselves. We might be Tjit off from every other nation and yet not be off from any luxury. We can almost say that whatever is Peculiar to any other country is common to ours. Does England boast of her Parks and have a boundless Forest for every Park and Many a Lawn in our Western world1, that could it be transferred would hide half her Isle from the Light of Day. Does ire land beast of her flax and have them both and France Vine too have the grape and her Orange and Enron Groves Are not a without these and China of her Tea d n grow even this and Russia of her wheat 7-4we Are fed with the finest of wheat and incl. Of her have More than All the world beside. What Grain or fruit or Flower r Forest tree is it that our generous soil does no produce and that not there is not a scanty allowance doled out to our multitudinous population scarcely sufficient to sustain nature As in almost every other part of the world. The Furrow Are crowded with Corn the Earth groans beneath its superabundant productions our valleys wave with Grain and our Hills and mountains Llo the very summits furnish food for countless i herds and flock. We have enough and to after our extravagant demands have been sup plied we have millions left to feed the Amish ing in the less favored climes. England was once called the granary of Europe but she
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