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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 29, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted vol. 14. Poetry. A the crucifixion. By the poor i. Coop behold the Saviour on the Cross i a last agonies Ond All control a Ilja tear for who for us better tears of blood wrings the Goul i la Eveir on the the scroll i mocking scroll. And Chaplet Woven to by ration other n to him s loiter Ruthei or he on by s Ich that by y the situs per of to Loco a lost fool i j then the Cour a sir Ore on est uce 01 get Eop d to Itolle he f if inti Vith i Jack to found. To of the Agi seem of about to Neasure the Coin of the All was d Stran allows rejoice of my cosh he very showing that on id prob Iken for to the no Al Hon Accident Friendl Goon of unjust self a the i r Ude Icet Well eau not i malt in he hat vim Muo Rule of but Fere Occa wit pah end ing. I Nev Loiis Shild Ful every wednesday by 3. P. Tit is a Geary yearly in nov Niue v j 1 f Wellsborough wednesday november 29, 1843. H to the usages of society. I by court Al fibr n Onsy. His feelings by inciting those he May be Likely to consider his is either in met it or position of have letters of introduction one Friend to another do not hem but Send them with your f address 11 he be a Genet in will it turn your As soon Ible at and late it vill give Polian which by taking your in Peis ii of do not do by Foice yourself upon him Wyeth a ill or not. I your letters be Only do is be them at once. In Al Malleis Titis to a second i May be so better done itself. Re cannot be a More awkward on for both parties Tun for one to be waiting while the other is a letter with the Endeavor to or who the stranger May be or a n in which the hearer so or feels so comes the Bow a cold shake of and with a few civil words of All because you come upon Ngor who is unprepared there Ive him time to read the Lelei and to consider How be May his regard for your Intro by his attention to you self. Erve that letters of Intro a Are never sealed by will bred e the Seal of the i itt a is attach the Only a Wax to close the option of son to whom it is confided. Ignorant ill bred person. Not that you May care the More for strangers by showing them civility but you should scrupulously avoid the imputation of being deficient in Good Breed ing and if you do not choose to be polite for their Sakes you ought to be so for your own. Marriage. When a Man marries it is understood hat All former acquaintanceship ends less he intimates a desire to aeneid it by sending you Iris wife s card if near or by letter if Distant. If this be neglected be Suie no further inter course is desired. In the first place l Bachelor is Sel Dom very particular in the Choice of Lis companions. To Long As he is amused he will associate freely enough with those whose morals and habits would Point them out As highly dangerous persons to introduce into the Sanctity of Domestic life. Secondly a married Man has the taste of another to consult and the Friend of the husband May not be equally acceptable to he Ivine. Besides newly married people May wish to limit the Circle of their friends from praiseworthy motives of Economy. Vav Hen a Man first set s in the world the Burden of an extensive and indiscriminate acquaintance May be Felt in various ways. Many have had to regret the weakness of mind Gbidi allowed them to plunge into a vortex variety and expense they could ill afford from a which they have foun j it difficult to extricate themselves and the effects of which have proved z of Enous evil to them in Afier life. The family Circle. Be the bearer of an action to you leave a card him without fail if it be Only As Ekonov lodgement of be your Friend s letter there 11 no an hour during the French Rev glut Ion. At a very Ijmte hour in the room o the jacobins surrounded by a dozen other patriots As remorseless As himself sat a colossal Lursh features dilated by the wine he had taken and his aspect rude is a Broton Hie was lifted in his hands Ami with i voice of Ihu Lei he gave the Toast May the body of the last King be Burnt to ashes on the funeral Pili made with the Boily loathe 1 is in was the terrific Denton. The words Weie repealed with shouts and clamor by the party around Bun. At that very moment a dwarfish Man with a huge head a Nobili marked by the hardness of a vindictive to Maui and an Eye in which incipient already glared without stockings and a Waistcoat Al ready dabbled with blood Safe in a cel Lar under the very place do Carousel which afterwards beheld his Drunken apotheosis writing a recommendation that France massacre men to the names of her strangled Freedom with an exact calculation of the Lime requisite for such a purpose. Merci us Ideal. In was the sanguinary Marat. At that very Mem enl two members of the Assembly Wijnie perfecting a plan Tor the Destini Cicin of the monarchy ind the establishment of a dictatorship. The one was Maximilian Isadore Roess so great As to leave it Unno it As a slight to the As o the introduced which no sub it attentions will cancel Jou Are to invite him As that is a r of Choice France and indeed generally on int intent it is the established usage trogers on arriving the first to residents. In England with better Laste the contrary is the a stranger should never be made from the Philadelphia Sun. The Way to be Happy. The Way to be Happy of me know it. I want to be All want to be Happy and happiness is within the reach of All. There is no mystery in the Beautiful science of a heart at peace to consist Only in being virtuous thousand Start in Pursuit of d phantom whose shadowy form assumes the shape of every wild passion that kindles tumultuous emotions in the agitated soul and they fancy poor deluded beings that they will soon reach the game arid have the Golden prize of Happi Ness panting like a captive beneath their feet. Deluded mortals Little do they know of what happiness is composed. They overtake Alvarice in the Chase but alas How soon does experience whisper in their is not what you others More during dash off in lae wild game of ambition and obtain Power place distinction Honor but soon the big tear of disappointment Rolls Down their e Veinish Cheeks and they turn away to the Park Corner of obscure Solitude sighing Forth the confession of their baffled Hopes and bitter re Grets for a life mis spent and a conscience peopled with the spectres whose torments soon convince them of the infinite space that separates Power from happiness. In vain will you search after this All desire Good out of your own bosom. A throne has not the jewel in us Coronet which can bring Balm to the heart. The wealth of pilfered not one drop whose info Junee can produce nor has i sure one Bubble whose Charm can Lull aching bosom to repose. If you would virtuous kind benevolent nothing produces More self torture than the remorse that we feel Tor an injury inflicted up on another. The sting of remorse rankles in our bosoms we feel wretched and unhappy nothing contents us. Do what we May stil the pangs of a guilty conscience follows we find it impossible to shake off the horrid Uku Bui. We Rush into the tumult of Meni men we plunge into the pleasure and dibs pation to Dnton tie voice whose Yelling of rebuke ring in our ears and drive the soul Al most to it follows us like our Shadow and haunts us like a vision. The More we strive to shuffle it off closer it clings to our bosoms As if the very Effort to subdue a Only sharpened the consciousness of the wrong that woke the fiend of anguish into life. Turn where we will remorse follows us thorns where we expected a path strewed Only with Rilling with Poison and bitterness the cup of life that we expected 4huaff, All sweetness and pleasure sparkling Bright and inspiring. Wise and Beautiful Are the Laws of nature ordained to prevent evil. The moment we do wrong con science Gra Njilas us with the fangs of remorse and we Bow Down under the weight of the Tor ment. Why is this we May enjoy no till we have repaired the for the atoned for the evil. Thus is it written in the Laws of the a sensation of anguish. Want of gratitude will rebuke us sting which says in Aud ble language never be the moment we injure another even in feeling and however slightly a Well organised bosom eels a secret Pang that convinces it of a wan ton wrong. A this a beautifully ordained by the god of nature to prevent us from in listing misery upon one another Happy. Re Morse is the punishment for wrong committed. There is a feeling the reverse of this which however claims Affinity with it for the human heart is like 4 musical instrument when u produces no discord it must give out notes of Harmony. We allude to the pleasure of doing Good the Delight which thrills through the soul when we in acts of kindness Benevolence affection Charity. The moment we give pleasure to our hearts bound 1 eap and play with Joy. It appears like a existence. We seem to tread on air. We appear to float of the Topmost Clouds of we touch the very by of Bliss above them. Thus when we Lave and Are loved in matter by father Mother sister brother Cousin Uncle Niece or the heart swims in rapture at every act of1 kindness. Who would not love 1 who would not be kind who would not be Chanti Able t who would not be affectionate when it brings such a Harvest of bliss1 on the contrary who would be remorse wrings the soul with agony for the offence 7 have you a tear for the unfortunate it shall be a Pearl in the diadem of your heavenly glory la your soul capable of crushing the Hopes and hearts of others 7 it shall be a Thorn to rankle in your Side even when pres sing the Pilow of death. Be can not then fail to be Happy for the truly kind affectionate charitable and Loving. No. 275. Y. The spirit instantly dropped on Bis knee and bowed Down has head before i him. The Ioly hands of the priest were folded Ever him n Blessing and his voice said Yon will see me Seldom now hereafter you will gee More frequently. In meantime Bitite Well the wonders if this sounds ceased. The spirit remained awhile in stillness. When he raised his head the Saviour no longer appeared. He turned to ask the Angel Liat this could mean but the Angel had departed Alao. The soul stood alone in its own unveiled presence 1 Why did the holy one Tell me to observe the wooden of this Temple v thought he. He looked alow. By round. A sudden Start of Joy and wonder t there painted on the Walls in most Tharvel ions Beauty stood the whole of his spiritual life. Mcvery doubt and every Clear percept lion every conflict Aud every Victory were there before him and tho1 forgotten for years he knew them lat a glance. Even thus bad a Sun beam darkest thrown a Rainbow Bridge Fiorin the finite to the infinite thus had he peacefully m Green valleys by tile Side of running Brooks and had been his visions Irani the Mountain tops. He knew them All. They had been always pain Ted within the Chambers of his soul but now for the first time was the veil removed. To those who think on spiritual things thid remarkable dream is toe deeply and beautifully significant Ever to be Iorg Ollon. We shape ours Ces the Joy or ear of which the coming life is made and fill our future s atmosphere with Sunshine or with shac still shall the soul around it Call the shadows which t gathered Here and painted on the eternal Wall the past shall reappear feel that he is demanding attentions f possessed of True delicacy he Wou d prefer wailing until they Are of in spite of our own Folly in orally copying French much Grealer affectation of eness Are infinitely inferior Loish gentlemen in True Good Breed member also that a letter should r remain unanswered a moment r than is absolutely unavoidable. You not have time to answer it a simple acknowledgement is belter than no notice of it at All. 1 in adherence to these rules will pre font your exposure to any coldness or slight you might otherwise incur. I p not imagine these Little Nie to be insignificant and beneath Voi r attention they Are the customs of Loiety and if Vou do not conform to i Tern you will gain the unenviable Dis action of being pointed out As an bes Pierre. He himself was to be dicta Tor. At that moment in a Little Cham Ber of the Palace at Versailles sat a kingly looking old the father was weeping Over the Back sliding of his children and the King Over the treason of his people. It was the unfortunate Louis Xvi. At that moment in a gaily illuminated Saloon of the same Palace two females were playing at carte the one was Lovely ind still Youthful. She last and the three Hundred loins were passed to fair antagonist who murmured Many apologies hut Yel took the notes Prole feed her. The loser was Maria an Toinette. At the Sime moment a beg Gar Lay starving for Lack of bread in the Garden of the Tuil series whilst her wasted child pressed to her shrunken nipple had tried the breast in at that very moment a Monk was in rocking himself never to resume the cowl of the Benedictines. A Maiden draped in far too a Cyprian a style was sitting near him and wine and glasses were on the had discovered a better this was Man of the people. Hea Sam whar bouts you live now in de same place Only move round de Corner How All de All Well Only Chile Chile die when did Chile die of him live be dead two human heart by the Finger of god that the Man who has wronged another shall enjoy no Leace till he has made restitution and atone ment. Have you defrauded your make haste to indemnify him for the pay him the amount and save yourself from the bitter upbraiding of a sleepless the gnawing of a guilty conscience. Have you oppressed hit widow go on the instant and make atonement by double deeds of kind Ness and affection. Nature goads Yon by her sting of remorse to become just. God has ordained by his Laws that he who commits wrong never shall enjoy repose till he makes separation. All palliative which Man Lias invented to Blunt the stings of remorse have Only demonstrated How deeply implanted is this wholesome Law of our nature by increasing its anguish in pro portion to the false remedies employed to assuage it. Some guilty men have made an affected display of religion Bat have suffered More by adding the remorse of hypocrisy to the re noise of crime As it Man could impose upon and cheat god others have resorted to intoxication As a temporary oblivion of their anguish Only to awaken to aggravated horrors and feel the do Ible sting of the double or Lar. For god has provided but one effectual Balm for the hours of remorse and that is virtue i it is not Only the great criminal who is tortured by the stings of remorse but All Are subject to it who do Vio Lence to the benevolent sympathies of nature. Slight to a Friend makes the heart throb with or. Doddridge s dream. Or. Dod Dodge had been spending the even ing with his Friend or. Watts. Thei conver Satron baft been concerning the future existence of the soul. Long and earnestly they pursue the theme and both came to the conclusion rather a remarkable one for theologians of Tia Day to arrive that it could not be they were losing through All eternity that Eracli Sou must necessarily be an individual and its appropriate employment for thought and affection. As Dod Dodge walked Home his mind brooded Over these ideas and took Little cognizance of outward matters. In this state he Laid his head upon the Pillow and fell asleep. He dreamed that he was saw his weeping friends round his bedside and waned to speak to them but could not. Present y there came a night Mare sensation. His soul was about to leave the body but How it get out1 More and More anxiously Rose the query How could it get out 7 tru4 uneasy state passed away and he found that the soul had left his body. He himself stood Eside the bed looking at his own Corpse As if it were an old garment Laid aside As use less. His friends wept round Themo ital Cov ering but could not see him. While he was reflecting upon this he Pas sed enl room he knew not How but presently he found himself floating Over London As if pillowed on a Cloud borne by gentle Breeze. Far below him the Busy multitude were hurrying hither thither like rats and mice scampering for crumbs. Thon t the emancipated spirit How worse than fool ish appears this feverish scramble for Hal do they toil and what do they obtain v London passed away beneath him and he found himself floating Over Green Fields and Blooming How is it that i am borne through the a thought he. He looked and saw a Large purple Wing and then he knew that he was carried by an whither Are we said he. To heaven was the reply. He asked no More questions but remained in delicious quietude As if they floated on a Strain of music. At length they paused before a White Marble tem ple of exquisite Beauty. The Angel lowered his flight and gently placed him on the Steps. I thought you were taking me to said the spirit. This is replied the Angel. Assuredly this Temple is of rare Beauty but i could imagine just such built on nevertheless it is head replied the Angel. They entered a room just within the Temple. A table stood in the Centre on which was a Golden vase filled with sparkling drink of said the Angel offering the vase for All who would know spiritual things must first drink of spiritual scarcely had the Ruby liquid wet his lips when the Saviour stood before him smiling Moat benign marshal Ney Tho following is copied from gluon s description of the passage not know no. Who Are Yod "1 am the rear guard of the grand army marshal Ney. 1 have Vireil the last mus Keu shot on the Bridge of have thro n into the Neizmen the last of our arms and i have walked hither As you see me across the with respectful solicitude. General Dumas received the hero of the Retreat the benevolent Host relieved his immediate necessities and he soon after set Bat with Dumas m the Calash of Latti Konigsberg 1 on the Toad for Bachelor ism its Noth ing can prevent a increase of Fea Chelsoi ism save an amendment in the Mode of educating women when hey learn common of broken French they learn some useful employ ment instead of beating the when they learn to prefer hones Indus try to silly Cox Ombry a and when men find that a woman a a helpmate instead of we May expect to find Fearer bachelors not till theft a that 9 what the editor of the Hagerstown news says. Being a perhaps he ought to she that is born a beaut j a half mar Rieu. News paper

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