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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 4, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaSo if a rpm yearly in Advance while no. 268. Wednesday october 4, 184 poetry. 0b leaned against Art no cd Oak the Forest wild alone was he and yet he spoke. In accents Low and mild. My rare on Earth is Well nigh ruin my Are nearly o or with yonder glorious setting son i la sink yet is no More. My locks Aro whitened for the grave my arc wan the boughs Liat sadly o or me wave my funeral hymn in jays of Yore this favorite tree la virally shelter lout to me the blast in limbs have Bent. As Here i Woodil a dark by d malt sea Here became my Viride. Here of i or re Leto tribe strayed now scattered far god wide. Miscellaneous. S the pile foe marred ruthless hand Jiu our polluting blot. Bin Moon Bui ah1, where is it now my hero were fou id once More in o or them Bow. They re levelled Trace u left 1 lie Indian s Grove to Nurk i be lived to lie of null flee ii univ Elliou vital a Tjark Farewell mylar id and faithful Bow Fly quiver i Are be Well limn Hie ground a re lying Low yet can of bravery Tell. Per reps Sony red men May stay mis Nik sent imme to Greet ii i car Thetie re let i a Iway should he perchance them meet. I Fain Nith me would have Ihram re my it spot sever True Yoiiro valor Oft Lias Hud a test to equalled Nave by few. On Thyl Breeze is Miille borne i lie music of my mourn and on in Tern Mem of Cliv n round Llic d his soul lit til away. A child s prayer. Fit Lar new the Day in Why child Hui Blessing cast. Near my pillow., Liunila in. And. the Ilir Kline nig it bless Xvi with a cheerful Light. Ital me Rise it Ivorn Ailiin. Free from every thought and pail pressing through w keep me father Day by Day i do not Admire a Man says Pascal Vibo one virtue in All perfection if he does not in the sane Lime evince the oppo silo virtue in f n Edna sue i was Epaminond is who i extreme valour joined the Utmos benignly. A Parent who sends h n Lonjin Lolo world uneducated and without skill in any Art or science does As Grea injury Aslo his fan ily he Deramu the Community of a u Evvi Cit Izen and bequeathed to us a i nuisance. No to Abri or woman whaler or May be his or her vocation can be a Desira i Ninion or have any Muffi 8 i inn does not keep i or bin and finder nails clean. These Are unerring less of refinement a Bree ionic. You give me great Deal of id a King of his had Heeil petitioning for Vos. Yoor majesty series lies say the same was the Gallant reply. The human heart in its we Noble sympathies resembles n broken feet june of steel Harp which never a be bul mingles occasional strains Melody with Many Discor la he pet Lamb. Ane who has been at ales bit the Story of the pet Lamb Many s us hirers a Sweet Littie. Blue eyed As soon As Brook to he rive which Hift of a was i been Wea severe to Fortune ii news i. Was of his were Des was in be seen each morning i lie Dew grass in Lite Meadow along runs Hie vhf Liigand with the Only roman Iii in appeared to take Deli the a of while Lamb. It was a cease a sister and the Lille n orphan. Her family hurl thy and Respa Tahle in Early when Limey lived in Philadelphia but her Fisher having met with some in Trade went to try ii the indies and the City i d the lady w deceased in Java. They Itule ind being driven out o by the breaking out of a , were thrown by Chance residence t la Weir a Incret correspondence was Dis de and broken off and All possibility or know Vildage prevented. Last of All they her fur the Lonk i Leo Rau who a pome linens and from Only remaining Iru my and mentorial of dying a love from those who had once courted her favor am grown p Rovid on receiving a smile Iro her Sweet was there still ire suting up the bitter lesson lint love and Friendship and no firmer foundation in anything than a Noble Carriage and two Beautiful Bays drove up to the door of the inn. The silent pm of the company was arrested All we re at lib windows and loan old gentleman stepped from in while a servant handed Lown Clarissa Beaumont s pet Lamb Lite astonished girl flew to embrace it but before she could clasp ils neck the arms of the Noble stranger were open to receive fell in to them and tainted. It was her the Teplit of his death in the indies was unfounded. He had returned within a month to Philadelphia Wanh ample Fortune and after having been led in suppose that All his family Weie deceased this Accident brought him new life and in the recovery of a Darling child the image of an idolized wife and the last pledge of her fervent love. The scene that followed May be Clarissa was again the Belle of Village hut she treated the fulsome awnings acid congratulations of old with tie attention now As she had Iligir so lure. Her father took her in a few Philadelphia where she lived in the bosom o luxury and splendor yet still As kind Umin ble and Lovely As she had Ever been. And even her True to her Early Alt action she remembered Charles whose True heart had never chair and weakly or debilitated persons Are said to be belter conductors than per sons in sound and the Zatirac Ion is greater when the skin is wet garlic Olally the and arms. Salt water or a solution of the Muri Atic soul Are Best fluid for moistening the the be increased if the operator he barefooted his feel and hands having been previously welled with either of the aforesaid fluids if he have silk gloves or silk stockings on the Rod will not be attracted. If the Rod be suspended by an electric or in immediate Contact with an electric no attraction will be Felt and the degree of attraction varies As any Sib stances lying Between the water hand of the operator Are More of less adapted to conduct the such Are some of the facts slated by writers on the subject but of the reality of the Powers attributed to the divining now need no foreign authorities to carry conviction to every intelligent mind. We have in this City several operators men of the most in character whose Powers been tested by the severest scrutiny and who have never fulled to con Vince the most credulous. The writer has known several Stout thrown into the ludicrous predict Meni by suddenly discovering that Thev themselves were among the magic and had Del the Powers of the. Best water the Powers of the magic Wand being Powers it Only be riot tin at a time when almost every Well educated youth was a Patriot and Soldi a but As one of the leading representatives of the most recent Litera Ture of his country. I allude to Koer her the admired and lamented term to is of his new Carsade in the cause of Liberty. Koerner was a native of i pm Iii of easy Fortune and honorable Connexions. In of youth he had already won distinction by his efforts in poetry and had formed an Union with the object of his passionate attachment which left nothing to de sire in his prospects of happiness. Life open before him like a Long Vista of no Hingen uld Check his determined Zeal in the cause of in dependence and Liberty. In vain his Ile Rary friends his agonising wife and family urged him to Content himself 3y sustain King the cause with his pen. His reply was that of the Gallant and generous Martyr of Bunker s Hill when urged by the Council of War on the morning of the Battle not to expose his person in the approaching action. 1 should die with shame if i were to stay quietly at Home in the bosom of my family companions and my friends were exposing Iligir lives the Koerner raised a corps o Light cavalry and joined the army where he distinguished himself greatly in the eventful campaigns of the is years of the War. In assuming the sword he did not however abandon i lie Lyre. In the midst of the perils and Mangues of the weary March the crowd d Encampment and the Bailie Field he continued to pour Lorth a sue cession of National and patriotic songs which were set to music and Ming will enthusiasm by the armies. Koerner shared free As he had exhibited the generous self Devotion of tie beloved of heaven says the translated Okoji the French. Three inhabitants were travelling to Gether found Arue Asuri i. Video if Coit twined their Jaunity conversing about the to which they should Pur their riches the food which had taken with them was agreed thai one of i to. Purchase at took him the consumed they the Village the .3 commission. He Dep Lett. J he said to himself on old How t i a i Iii be ugh Benfer Orl if 1 had teen Hen the treasure Wasj Lound. These women have shared the m Oniey. Can not retake it. That will be for me to do. ,1 shall Only hav to pow i be food which i am Home gentlemen stepped up and spoke him. The general thinking him some individual cordially gave1 him his hand but not remembering him. Iri a whisper inquired his name for the purpose of introducing him to the company. To which bal lard replied Imad your the general deceived by the sound immediately turned to the company and introduced Kim As major Breech title that poor Ballard was after wards obliged to Wear to the Day of his Voung and Gay who revelled there had pasted away. I a w a child rejoicing in. His the idol of his Mother and the Pride of and the child lad become old. Trembling Vilh the weight of years he stood the last of a stranger amidst the desolation around him. I saw the old Oak All its Pride upon Root Mains the Birds were car rolling in its boughs i returned and i hat Oak was leafless and shape less the winds were playing at past times through its branches. Is this said i to guardian Autrel. It is said when he morning together Vilh Joy Over the new we world he commenced his course. And when he shall have destroyed All that is Beautiful of the plucked the Sun from its the Moon in Yea when he shall rolled the heavens and ear Lii away As a Wool when shall a Angel from the throne of god com Forth ail with one loot on the sea of one on the up his hand Tow Ards heaven s eternal timers time the selfish is the Date Cree f heaven that the. Sex Blumve Man shall be miserable even in this world. As he never gives love to mail he never can secure a return of Ove. He War Pood of his species Anil is therefore the. Onion enemy of Mankind his Money my command attentions and it cure the outward show of it he can never receive the homage of an a bought smile or the warm Tri Bute 6f a grateful heart. Wealth is., too poor to Purchase love and Power Strong enough to unchain a Fec the Elemay Lodh abashed in the presence of Chaunt the influx Erie in homage he fire Dor of author Ltd big the heart is above All bribe will us affections alone in goodness. The Man is fore Sobov out from All that gives Grace and value1 to life All a what is extensive to Hirn who has to Man s pm love. I newspaper

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