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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 28, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaBy j i la Elsbor to elusive i nil in the f one loll n Al or Tieme free Tini j it i ii 1 in rec for Heral ills tin Eagle. Mes p. Magilll Tor and proprietor. Ough Rioga co. A to dollars ind fifty cents per an f cents deducted if ear and for actually n and r will be deducted continued until All arrearage b Are c option of the editor s not emcee Ling Ivielien lines in for ant Dollar and for every sub i Twenty five cents in Tinea not ins Arteil for seventy five cents be 01 three insertions the fam i int to vol. Oct Otid to if Wei o e t r n. Life clock miscellany. Prom the talisma7i women of Genius pm the German ure is a his h Man i Dpi Tell t to 1 Urti e Mystic clock be hair seen beat eth on until e in e a v Kitten by science literature Lobo to wednesday compels her to the sweetest exercise of her intellect that at such moments there is Hap piness in the thrilling sex cute tent Mihic makes the action of thought 1 its own exceeding that her Hrant is crowded with feelings which Pant for Ian Guage and Tor sympathy and that ideas gush up from the Miod unsought and uncalled far t Revere tale nmn any said a Waters their fount when the Friend in conversation the other a h is deluged Wuh moisture i am almost have if ish it Green where it them sterile a of could Cullivan among the most 1 when the annl is wrapped in sleep i Amreth not a sound i Civ a i it is the live Long night a Crit r Zinelli Down i Vor Iro i r that work of Art i i k be is he Fiji Starr a Ioir Rittne or a retd nor mud conceived magic Power i i i to nor a locked Wuh Init i stroke of the muffled oar pm vile i n reps Ilia Warrior s an i f t a i 1 Ron no h t the Eardil sound dec p Anil so Reg i 0 Rye. Osoli Kun i to i u la a i n is 1 i t 1j1 the my lire w n i u rat Lien 1 l Mere broken. N 1 that measures life i Hlen led will run Wuh Iii the life is Erid Al i of the los Tori to Emigrant s Farewell i Young i evening but in selecting a wife i should never Ink of choosing a woman of Genius i and Why i inquired 10 hear him Advance Ibe usual list to literary want of Domestic Narelet snobs of la i Ion and the thousand unjust charges urged i against a class of women a Little understood at any upon face of the Earth my Friend was a than of no inconsiderable Talent and from him the sentiment seemed Yuange and ungenerous it a probably the first time had Ever been called upon to think 1 seriously upon the subject he seemed Puz 1 led How to make a fitting reply 1 he said Afir a moment s Hesi Talion my bean Ideal is somewhat like that of Byron s wife Shou d Lia e Talent enough to understand am1 value mine but nol to be Able to Shine herself i could never love a Domestic women who would think u v approbation suf Lucienl for her happiness a d would have no desire Foi greater Adinyira Tion i could never be Happy Vonban Arr bilious woman on my return Home Ibe Justice of my Frici u speech Bautti d me he wanted feel off Clio lorm Stic qualities in a wife Aid Iber Elore would Rol Siek one in a woman of Genius Byron s bean idea was a purely a creature of the ining Inalien As his Haidee or Zug e a he seems to have for gotten thai to i Dermand Ai d value Talent is one of the highest attributes u Genius that no person Ever thoroughly appreciated a feel my or a propert of the intellect which she did nol possess in a degree at least Little selfish Man instead of mediocrity hold Goda make it been u j certain that the most Beautiful to lungs that enrich our Liff Arturp Haje a prune to life from the Sweet Irres Stab impulse for Crea t on which pervaded the heart of the author without motive and without aim the motives which urge literary women to publish arc probably As vinous As lose which Lead persons to any other calling Many May place themselves before the to id soft from a. Natural and strictly feminine thirst i Ben for sympathy from the same feeling which Chr prompts a generous boy to Call his Corr pinions is about him when he has found a Robin s neat pow id away among the blossoming houghs of an old App e tree or a bed oif Ripe St a w berries melt g in thur own Ruby Light the the Gra s on the Hill Side fihe discovery would Ibex be almost valueless could he Fin done to for gaze on the Blue eggs exposed in the Bottom i to j of the nest or to revel with him in the in Cious treasure of the Straw Berry be t1 of enjoy enl of a in Tal d a Covey is enhanced by companionship and that sometimes publish from the i impulses of vainly i were Iii less to end j but in such Caes the Effort is us Molly Wor thy of the motive it touches no Bent he cause it emanates from Nom u kindle no agriculture nn5 amusement. A 28, 1846. Jfaofe.rvo.45j8. Riner labourers might it Blosso Lees e Genius aright Cher Boly of Bouse flames try Plant let its to is strike deep in Jour Home nor care that s Pei Lume souls to a thousand Case decide Jour so Long As its Green and its blossoms Are for you Flowers of the sweetest breath give their perfume most lavish Gly to the Breeze and yet with out e a us nog Ribeir delicate urns iian arc the Only beings who have not degraded by in bondage Are i of sordid l under persecution they the preserve their Faith Lai Les they employ kindness to l the cruel in suffering they lose not Ovlonce in the most Afflic Tive duals possess magnanimity their love of under on from is pure imagination it sex the impel Gina Ted 19 neither Oft be Careiy asserted that lies no holy impel e from i Inch it on nor w a Riv it my no won in who has written or published from the pro Molinas of ambition or vanity a one was Over successful or Ever will be she Idey Gam Notri to but that Isi a consequence of out Howship which Mui lever be Pam ullo a woman of True Lune 5 is ajl ded to it that Public the her for see hoi Piu the of Cov fee get re n h Hilow shall Roll u us is ill s it Den my pen and Aper he Tii Veniene and in fancy Riess huh i Vav ent on is if ire cd Pri Aid putting lies would lir privilege Auto ism for every distinction to lies have great for every requires neither excise nor palpation Long As thru preserve he delicacy and gentle i Ard soon after sent to design for every Del achievement of to icons ii purified from selfishness to Joice in and tire grateful in a Icib Are not a Lowed Ilu palp i of la Fayette. E tearless and devoted wife of general " Jetle was a daughter of the Illus of she was Marl led at Arl of and scarcely had one Moon glided happily aviary when of Ahful husband left her Side to fight Iti rican during his a e Madame la Fayette ruled her House and numerous rotates with Wisdom and nce far beyond her year at length husband whom she loved so dearly and in she was so justly fond returned red w the glory to Lay his laurels at her some few Happy Days were spent to or and then the storm of the French Lut on broke Over their head1 her bus was soon driven into but it was and one her it p Cion be was arrested on the 10th Paris Are the Alt b of of their set Enol 8r grandmother and sister in Law Folly of assert Ihal Thorp is any had in present in person 1 thing in the nature of Genin. Mcalpi citrates its r my Luul Lionel was have you been Llo Rouchl acquainted with i Tyr a nov curse i it u or Ipp it k v r shall fide from my heart i in m i Sli i v. Us 1 1 r t i l Ell Nln 1 in p or Cluj e i in to t net souk to on ugh at the or i Rcd Roar in 1 the Bill to Btl t Eli i it r in us to in 1 us u r n pm Arnm Slipe Luik n be 1 jul Otth frer Al Tlell like a w n j i n or t v he e k n i in i know s Ell n in there u in 111 w arc 1 by True i in Liperr now there Lini t in la of h if s i tit air Ell a Jhaj a Lynnl i in part nut i lie bin u up the heart 1 ill we Elu now Hen now the Raj a i we stray t j i e is ill in Uell div woman of Standa Hirth in any department of our literature have you been ruled Ore seen Ber at All tired u o me san Clu Aryl Berle Luve Jou her Bushdid Ither or even Friend Fooie re say no and vet Nihoul know die Ileide to they Are nol fit i by Este of Odinet lie Raffl Alloi that because cer am or Cornmon Are go anted to them by Ibe i h go i i n 50 1 purpose rom Moi Elln bulb which i role Lov Luesa and be Only o d j c Hillh old you i woul i hed0e them r i 1 Wuh respect Aid be science and yet fear in give them the affection which is to none More precious by i one More thirsted for or More keenly cited you would Strother the spark which must kindle a Tuyetle will endurance the Oble w Ife de was an j Ibe number i East f i i Winch t u upon Norl i Fofi to f t c motion i r u Iron w h t i n r r i 1 Bear a touching scene. A French Piper says 1 Lucilla Home a pretty Little girl Wii Blue eyes and fair hair poorly but Neally shoult.1 West by por 1 a r r i u a re it by Fol i n s x if n in s in n it i if r i t different tunes and place Ai depends o the vat do 3 in d fee remit Lirosi and places Riih of the u d to the r i r re inn r i is i it r ii s ugh l i sat i Penl ail clothed was brought before the sixth court of under a Clarse of vagrancy does any one claim you said the Magis irate a my Good Jtj replied have no longer any friends ii father and Mother Ai e dead i have on y my brother James but be is As Young is i am of dear what could he do me the must Send you to the House of correction i am Siler not cried a childish voice from Here i am do the other end of the court Aid at the same in slant a Little boy with d sprightly counter Anee started Forth from the midst of tie crowd and stood before the magistrate Are you said he James Rotier the brother to that poor litre be girl age 1 thirteen and Aba i came to claim Lucilla Ihen the Means of providing Ter Day i had not but now i t afraid Lucilla Lucilla you Arr James magistrate l do of want but have you for her yes Don be How goo 1 ave of to James but let us eee my boy the court n to do All it can for your sister however you must give lit some explant on James about a fortnight ago my Oor Mother d Edol a bad cough for it was Viry cold at Home we were in great trouble then i Taij to i will become an arizon and when i know a Good Trade i will support my Sis Ter i went an apprentice t a Bushmaker every Day i used to carry he half my dinner Ard at night took Ber secretly to my room and she slept in my bed while i slept on the floor wrapped up in my blot geared the poor Little thing to eat for one Day she unfortunately begged on the Boulevard when i taken up i said to myself things cannot last so you just find some thing better i very much w an Artisan but at last i dec a place and i have found a name 1 an 1 a lined with her two daughters where am lodged fed and 20 francs a month i have to an Gili Birg r Tii prison she reached Vienna h Means of an american passport obtain i i Auto mire of the emperor and solid c either the a Sloane of her husband or its Light y a commode Captain Ejra led for his urbanity was hailed e Between Baton Rouge Anil j an elderly female the boat was a among the water drops of a summer Shower i deep nnu1 Sens live Fei Lings alone Jive that Deh Cacy and Paphos which will Ever Distin the creations of a truly feminine author from these of men the very word Genius in and the Captain with the agility Al Nat make6 he of Irrel on land Captain women h81gnl6es but the Power to feel As he obsequious by Bowel before a blend Ullh an capable of 1 1 _ a _ to. L j j f. In vew Orleans sick for a dozen eggs and i embodying feelings into language and of con Uhter 10 me Lor a dozen eggs aim y magp9 of and i would Ca 1 Jou and req lest of he o heart of he y the n Down to no certainly in Jam certainly i f e Captain Captain t Arr Why then should you refuse to gather r he Mantle of dome8tic love about the w Oman else Why do they 7-a s e goo e he 1 put them a this Little Are they f. Some Cotton but As i had Only i id the White Hen is on the nest j e twelfth would it be asking of much to wait until it should be by no Means Mai am by no answered the obliging Captain and adv returned to the House to exp in egg Ai soon As it should see the Highl i am sat composedly on a piece of patiently a Ting until the White Hen Riple Ted her labors and the Twyl the by a handed him by a servant id through tort Rran a poor fellow in Scotland creeping i the hedge of an Orchard with an in to Rob it was seen by the owner lied out to him Sawney Hoot Hoot Here Are you going whey d 1 the it it i Why must your nose necessarily be m Dale of face ant be if Tutor Why do they write Why does the Bird sing but that its litle 15 gushing Over with Melody 7 Vvhs dots the Llover Blossom bul that it has dreaded with Dew anal Kin ill d up by the Sunshine till its perfume bursts the Petan and lavishes its sweetness on the or 7 Why Doet the artist become a restless with a yearning want As the Crea Tures of Bis Tancy Spring to life beneath his Pencil when his Ideal has taken to itself a form of Beauty does he rest till some pm Drea Eye Hai gazed with his upon the living canvass 7 his Hearl is full of a strange Joy and he would impart something of that Joy to another is this vanity no in is a Beautiful desire for sympathy the feeling May partake of a love of Praise for it is one Back i Whicha would be degraded by the title of ambition ask a woman of Genius Why she writes and she will Tell you it is because she cannot help la that there Are limps when a Power a bib she can neither comprehend nor resist doubted of most industrious female Fri to share his Captivity Ter us spend More hours out loot Gen la l Twenty f or at her than the fashionable the emperor to is a Verj complicated re woman who for these 20 but it up lad not enough la try eaten Baden which has Beeh so one i my i 11 h 11 _ w i i i still i x accrut1 i l or Cizin i o i l i l s i apr 15 h f e to to u o 1 in i v y singular anecdote not g attached to her leaving possesses in the highest Lynal onal Quality of e punctuality As the engl makes a great Point of fir the persons who Are Abou Werr assembled one Day official ceremony the land whose place was be was absent at he time a Arderi the departure passed during which signs of great impatience by his physical and mental sufferings in aus Tria and i by the tyrant Robespierre in Fiance i not allowed to receive any from him nor to inform him that wife and Chil Iren were in existence Ard i will never of my own free will expose myself to the agony of a separation from him again however unsuitable this Resi Dence May Bello m daughter and however unfavourable to my health a will gladly Avail ourselves of his Imperial goodness in allowing us to remain Heie and Vav ii never trouble Birn with any More Pell Tiona from that time Madame it la Fayette made no further Effort but bore her suffer Ings firmly patiently until the victories Vinine heart i i it has been beautifully said that Llie Hearl o the French Republic and especially those is woman s Dominion Oast her not Buonaparte changed the aspect of then from the Hull kingdom which she a i do so much to Purfy arid embellish her Gantle culture has kept Many of those rugged affairs Gen la Fayette was restored to free Dom and with ibis devoted wife returned to his name country and 6xed his residence1 i Tongue Carriage without her first Del chess of Sutherland a out of breath and Siam me excuse 1 he Queen con replying to her my Divon must have had a bad time the Queen unhook magnificent Warch which passed it about the neck 1 Dovigh Given As a Rich nevertheless made a live Sion the proud dutch blushed in turn a Jarl at t which she in vain at Lem seen suspended at her next morning she sent in 1 was not accepted Jet which it the Moal difficult of All punctuation putting a Slop scolding woman a neurally known is err f t t ure p rot o 11 c s r o i r 19 a m Lio n la greek can re j f i re t Queen Victoria the of f f o irreproachable Chni act of the eminent i h i n m no Cotness or rather i Call it and she ing this qua Lily in her All the Coutt to assist in some Duchess of Sui her the Queen alone d her absence or Are As respectable As o in Ruti in men w Hom we Delight to to or of spoil As character which Cou d not have been said of former Limei eco Novi an Irsh servant seeing Mailer about to throw r letter out of the win Dow said to him o Plase yer Honor Don t Quarter of an hour throw the Lether away but g be u Loil you 1 will Send it to my father i promised sure Ard fast that i would Serd him one As soon 1 came Here eral times ome caped her majesty when the Queen about to enter her Ady of Honor the Ade her appearance de out timid y some enter herself Vav Ith r Duchess i Thirk at the same the Chain of the she wore herself f lady Sutherland event the lesson i and deep impress turned Pale and e same time a teared to prevent was g eyelashes the r resignation which w Hal is the chief use of bread asked an examiner at a recent school a Shibi tips the chief use of bread answered Urchin interrogated Aston no at the simplicity of the enquire Lef use of bread it to spread Butler molasses on u the and i l7" they be i a Story about a Yankee Lor Duni nig f Man for the Amoun of in Bill 1 he mar Saihe was sorry indeed he Coule it a u Laid the tailor i took y u or a Man that would sorry but if of Are sooner than 1 am i ii quit a coleite v Ben 1 hear of a co Heile s Marr age says r cheer am re a minded of the loge s custom of marrying Venice to the s a which spite of the Cere Mony is As for e to All flags As Lefoie
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