Tunkhannock Wyoming County Whig in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania
13 Jun 1849

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13 Jun 1849

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Tunkhannock Wyoming County Whig (Newspaper) - June 13, 1849, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania11715lisiie�o Veek by vol. $1,50, per year if paid in Advance. By c. A lat Fullop Tunkhannock a. June 13,1849. No. 24. Tures to so Jung Tefoa. I imm Are so used to comedy that their by Henry Warp babe cider. A ill Joice o. Young Man. It a thy youth and it thy ii trl cheer Price it the Days of thy South. Hantl Walf in Bici ways of thine heart and in the sight of eyes a hut know thua Tihoi for al these the jigs Gre will bring thee into judgment. Eccl. Pi.9. 1 am to venture the delicate task of reprehension always unwelcome but peculiarly offensive upon topics of pub lie amusement. I am anxious in the beginning to Pul myself right with the Young. If 1 satisfy myself. Christian men and a e s out a it Unity acid do not satisfy i invt my Success will by like n physicians whose prescription please himself and the relation and do Good to everybody except the a patients a he Dies. A allow me first of nil to satisfy you that i am uni meddling with matters which do not concern me this is the impression which the a Irons and partners of criminal amusements study to nuke ii pan your minds. They Ftp resent our duly to lib Quot in the , care of doctrines end of our own members. When Mote than this is attempted then. We speak a word for you Are not Churchi members we. A re Mil with the surly answer a by Why do you meddle with things which done to concern you ? if you do hot enjoy these pleasures Why do you modest those who do 1 May nut men do As they please in a free country without Beimer Hung up in a Gibbet of Public remark a it is conveniently forgotten i suppose bal in a. Free country Ove. It a Jive the same Light pleasure which others litre to end us it. Indeed you and i h us know Young gentlemen that in a Quot v l circles end in convivial i a a , the Church is regarded us la be better thin a spectacled old bed by who impertinent eyes Are spying i Tybo Dvo a business Blit own and on popular amusements. J life becomes a perpetual farce on morality ave have , to laugh at this extra , who Only seek the Good of our own families and of our own Community where we live and expect to die or it Aey who wonder up and Down without lies of social connection and without aim except of Money to be gathered off from menus vices ? 1 am anxious to put All religious men in their right position before you and in this controversy Between them and the Gay world to show von the facts upon both sides. A. Floating population in pairs or. Companies without let us asked blow the Truing i. Fur nil oui youth to flock to their banners Are they related to them a Are they concerned in the welfare four town a do they live among us a do they any part of our burdens a do they rare of our substantial i Uzi not ? e Grad our streets build cur schools fir Poi All our municipal Laws and the Young nip Are ours our sons our Brothers our wards clerks or apprentices they Are living to our houses our stores our shops and we Are their guardians and take care of them in health and watch them in sickness yet Vagabond who floats in hither swears and swag Gors As if Jicy were All his and when they offer to corrupt nil these youth we paying them round sums of Money for it and if we get Rotor nor finally to say that we fad father not that Industry and honesty Are better than expert knavery they turn upon indignation with. Why Dent you mind your own business Rhal Are you. Meddling with our affairs Jar ? 1 will suppose a Case. With Muci. Pairis Laking 1 have saved enough Money to buy a Little Garden spot. 1 put All around it a a Good Fence i pm the Spade info it and the soil full jeep 1 go to the Nursery and pick out Choice fruit.trees�?1 Send abroad and select the Best seeds of the rarest vegetables and so my Garden thrives. .1 know every Inch of it for 1 have wat Era a every Inch with sweat. One morning i am awakened by a mixed sound of sawing digging and looking out i see a dozen men at work in my Garden. 1 run Down and find Ono Man saw ing out a huge Hole in the Fence. A a a i v dear sir., Whyl Ore you do the same right , which vice has to attack virtue a better right to save our sons god Brothers and companions than artful Myn Buyo to destroy . I. The necessity of amusement is admitted on All hands. There is an no Petit of the Eye of the ear and of t very 1 sense for which god has Priidu i material gaiety of every degree this Side of puerile levity is wholesome to the body to the mind arid to the mor Ais. Nature is a. Vast n of Man \ a quo Quot a c by enjoyments a la to Inpijn ital u god s works is not. I Mem to i. Hiu is a i. Ii of a male h ,. A. Ngg1 d. St m a t i c. Ii Charm the in pins and nuts a Mil clasps of nature Are Zitti Acret to que i to is of Beauty More Thiim is for Mere Utility. The. Sun cd us _ Down without gorge., Cloud uni j c us Advance without its i Tail s a t ii Ianc 1111 s up a h t ii a v. Flour a shed without symmetry Flowers have existed without odor god fruit without odor and without flavor. When i have journeyed through forests where ten thousand shrubs and vines exist without apparent us through Nii Ries whose undulations exhibit of Flowers innumerable and Foo Lut. By dazzling the Eye with their Broil Jui Iby rejecting the counterfeit and the vile. Of gambling 1 have already so offi a gently spoken. Of cock fighting Bear baiting and pugilistic contests i need to speak hut Little. These Are the Desper excitements of debauched men Hilt no Man desperately Crimi , i a of. Peen Gento Elfy my. N upon Surh Waters at first Bra in Imu cd a. Merits Are but Xhu Ulf into Xvi cd a Tho a try ams pm is w 1 Vav \ a Bif a my in b i a i. By if of l p a 1 a v .1 i r a my a m us a Quot e a i ii. Uis in i 11 Ca Niino in l. A a ill try try Quot was never conquered. Itis recorded of or Paley one of the brightest ornaments of the Christian Church that while in College he was inclined to diem is and dissipation. Oae morning a Rich and dissipated Fel priv came into his room with i it Igol in a pal a i have tin Means dissipation ran6 afford i Simili m e nothing if i 11 to of Beauty Beauty not. A tithe of ,, \ up by mys vip you Are capable of i have said it is j Mno it 9f� and. M Tea. Too old or too homely to be tempt gtd ourself. With comp history virtue pouts at the joyous dalliances Bra the Yogi big Ami Gay. In ii Giuy is called a nub Sable with gloomy vestments and the Church a cloister where ignorance i it deemed innocence and which sends out querulous reprehension of a world which it knows nothing about and has professedly abandoned. This is pretty and is , it not being True. The Church is not a cloister nor members recluses nor Are our censures of Vien inter to dwell in generalities let us take a Plain and common Case a. A strolling company offer to educate nor youth and to show the Community the Road of Nio Ralty which probably they have not seen themselves for then i to years we cannot help laughing at a generosity so much above ones Means and when they proceed to hew and Hack Back other with Rusty Iron to Leach our boys valor a and dress up practical mount Ebanks to teach theoretical virtue it we laugh somewhat Morel they turn upon us testily do you mini year Awn business arid leave us with Emit. We Ido not interfere Voitk your a preaching do Youly Lamont . But softly a a Aynat religious people it noise themselves with very diverting then i Hope it is not bigotry to have eyes and ears i Hope it is not fanaticism in the use of these excellent a Seh a ses for us to judge that throwing ones Quot heels higher than their head a dancing Quot is not exactly the Way to teach virtue to our daughters and that women whose genial warmth of temperament has led them into a generosity something too great a re not the persons to teach virtue at any rate. Of. No we Are told christians must not know to atlatl this is very singular. Christians ought to think that men who Are Kings and Dukes nod philosophers of the stage Are virtuous men even if they Gate be staight and Are drunk All Day and if my a a of this High it nce is very % a Niht to in Hitaf j Wjt it thi Sirtaji in Iff a he Cal fund of Beirut a. To i the Earth is his g in us no acre is Ina a Hitaj a july univ to Imide us like hims a of the in j pm e Tjw t is r a in in at a. It apr. A a a i in Quot a re al luring a it Ali night arid i a i you lion with his , m<ir.m8�>ri nerd of he ii Versul Beau in of the work he hits and. m ii lure so .-1 f�.5. I to it he one. 1 Quot Quot Lui l in in f ii.i�?~7. A 1 a Ait Puj Jijin in is of Fri pm n Norl a in a ii 1 i 1 of vre riffs fit b to Fly a finn Roll a a a a ,.> a a a a a it to girl us 1,1. Ii a of it l a Quot arts Una if. I it him Oft of l s it Dot us. Is a 14i> 1 a i it 11 ins p a. Shl in a a a i iit�?T,1 w i in. Thou Hersome to climb Over 1 a i fixing an easier Way for folks to get an other Man his headed Down several Choice Trees and is putting in new grafts. A sir what Are you changing the kind fur a a Job this kind done to suit me 1 like a new . One Man is digging up my by a a to Plant cock if a a other is rooting up my strawberries to put in Pursly and an outlier is destroying my currants and gooseberries and rasp berries to Plant Mustard and Jamestown Weed. A at last i lose All patience and cry out a Well gentlemen this will never do. I will never tolerate this abominable imposition you Are ruin ing my Quot one of them says. A you old do Mienl your business and. Let our selves. Take Bouse and do not pry into our r fellow citizens 1 own that in Man. A a a i could so invade but nun a re allowed thus to invade our town and destroy our children. A Vou will let them evade your laiv3, fleece and demoralize you and you sit Down under their Raij Irig As though you were the intruders a justas if the Man who drives a thief out of his Otise ought to ask the rascals Pardon for interfering with his Little Quot plans of pleasure and profit .0 or every Parent Hasa rights every Izen and every minister has thu satire right to expose traps we huh have to set hem the same right to Sruti it. Mischief which men have to plot it upon this Broud , d a Ith Flowers a Keiiti a with Odin to. Hnlli. m colds with f choir to in it i i it my Melody. I take my St Ming it a al demoralizing pm sure. A is it Noi enough nor fathers House is so full of dear delights that we must wander prodigal to he Swine Herd for husks and to the Slough for drink a when the Trees of gods heritage Bend Over our head and solicit our hand to Pluck the Gulden fruit age must we still go in search of the apples of sodomy outside fair and inside ashes map Shull crowd to the circus to hear clowns and see rare feats of horsemanship but a Bird May poise beneath the very Sun. Or a flying downward swoop from the High heaven then flit with Graceful ease hither and thither pouring liquid song As if. It were a perennial Fountain of sound to Man cares for that. A upon the stage of life the tastes tragedies Are performing in every act nations pitching headlong to their final catastrophe others raising their youth to b Gin the dist a of it of ,.x Stence. The world of Suri. V is As fun my of St. As re a a he Autv a i Vrat Quot a str it i. Ioil a i Quot of i d Quot of if r a a Auti a in t v . Uwi r god. A a i easy Jos brute by h. Hastings wed. It a Yyi hew new new Quot. Whistled or Joseph Bruce or perhaps we should rather say Joe Bruce for is he was a Nice easy follow nobody thought fallowing him More than half his name or of any thing else that belonged to him a i see by the paper that Hawk amp harpy have assign a. 1 meant to my debt Vesi Niay a he left his Coffee half Drapik tumbled Over the threshold and went Aback aka Roo to the counting Foo in of Liwak amp harpy. One half that Speed on the Day before would have Ingvid Lus it. a i. Was he was just in s1 sons to put his mime at the Bottom i a dozen and a half preferred ones to receive ten per cent he went Back to his unfinished breakfast a with what appetite Homi it a Why did you neglect this be Long or Bruce a said his help Matt and comforter. A o1 meant to have attended to it yesterday my a a 7on meant that is Shays your Way or. Bruce you carelessly neg inc your business to the Hist moment and then put yourself in a Hast and a Lieut for nothing my really a yer. Bruce Quot but mrs. Bruce did not allow him a Chance Fot him to defend himself. On in the most approved conjugal Onner. To him for his careless in is anti a Natty nttcn., a arc , mrs. By Cen a a Oil it was really mrs. Bruce for f. In of the for Hiing and none of the jtji.seu11rjc have kept Pace with . Certainly easy Joe could the Clatter of a Cotton Mill would not have been p circumstance to the Din she Muido nay we a doubt whether a philippic Aua Insl some of those said Mills Fumi Lije lungs of Benton tongans. A Quot lid have hic a Heiford above voice. I. To pulled .1 Cigar Case of his a 1 Muj if til Intel form d Atid which Nerer for a rim no wavered. Perhaps the Eye of some Youngmen. Nor adv inclined to disc i won. Tea Foll a Ipin these Hasty lines and will they not be induced to Stop a moment and count the Cost of idleness and vice and v a a a. A calculate to ova few of fib advantages at Industry and untiring persevere my in. Well doing the example of Paley ought never by such individuals to be forgotten a Falchion to the Ste Anaf r empires Ruth near new Hurt recently and while sinking two Niolu ers in ii Herl what they supposed to be ill in o in in Finis and rushed upon deck to then i High threw of it use ves m o tii. , Lii of the Tievoli d Pao a l a the child to Herb and -i?fi1 saved Emlu Tom o h t sus . A i s l in is until ii i Iio Diug Ofair i ill i if a Lusicic. In. I _ i a a i. Quot too i Eio in. A it a a. A ? �., in. A be a fit of a. I w y j for. Ii shill s us a us o�7 ? of . Ter. J v and gloom. As . . arid sii1irli i Soo Shine. A a a to this Raff Thuri. I a god he the Bush a. A Filer r Phis a Are so i ref . Inn Sel Dom cares to cd my when god dramatizes when balloons a. Or All the to Mun kind conspire to reduce the vast catastrophe Nien sleep arid snare und it the Busy scene go on. In Hook it i. Udho t upon and to in from All its Vai Iid magnificence to Hunt out so i Cimpl. It Heij a a a a or. I a Biel Uii i a a for Aid a Quot he is Jf-1.�?~i� a Litti Quot Quot v us h a 11 a a a atm .o.-�id�ug ii univ \ a Quot a a i kit n a a a i so u i 1 with to a Domaris Quot that Lii i livid one Ibe is id h. A r Hii Iio i n it a is Fri vhf n in f to i., prese. Vod in a0i&Quot Lonj. I St lir oui i a a i a pud his of t on the fender and Primo a seemed that the smoke ride rid his a ars impervious to the of that gentle Jamb his spouse so Placid was his countenance As the vapor escaped in Graceful volumes from his Mouth. People overshoot he Mark sometimes mrs. Bruce did. Had she spared oration the morning s loss would have induced husband to have been punctual to his business for one Day it least., As it was he took a sort of Pride in neglecting it tinder lecture. A Breeze away mrs. Bruce a Breeze away sir Breeze away 1-wish i could impart one Little of my Energy to you or. Bruce in i Quot. Bruce sprang to his feet and crash Canil an elegant Mantle Julock Adown a upon the health. ,.i Here or. Bruce that a Ioctl Hise Ood there the months without i.a.b.1.n would have l-an&Quot.it Bat a ,. A ton Mea n to. , you vont pay the damage amp Fly Pye a note Youn Vennt indeed 1�?� is in seized his hat and Slotik a in few minutes die was Quot on a change. Nobody would read in his face any races of the Date matrimonial Breeze nobody would front Tri proposals for earring the mails Quot Peahi tined mrs. Partington in a tone of As she happened to nver an Advent sentient in one of he i Yiirs. A has it Couie to this that us a r unfit hate Fenile. Ritters Are to he. Ate beast of by to carry Hole and gaze at Drunken a Irit it is or of goo for Ooth Itig a Nial cry at. The piteous virtue of 1 jbatfes.? she thre Wdovin a Ifo Iress it is Ittai How to thi n. Not toting Pokr. Amid Rose the with i so thit Toung a Char. In Waif run Jill at a prodigious Anim a Itoi tide shot rate?, at tile degrading tar air enjoyments but to increase item j 4 it. T b is i ourm a Aiice a that Hawk amp of Larry fail d in , Joe Bruce Well or. Bruce they be routed a j i a a who a a a. A your Frend Check Pingree was chosen president of the a a a Bank this morning. stopped a t a How very unlucky. 1 meant to have been present to vote for Check nays of a a never Mitt do Bruce a said another. Quot you area Lucky Man. Dews of the great fire at Speed Ilfe has just a ,.qn l 1 cps grat Ula Tyoa the a you wore Only a not a Penny in said Bruce. A my policy expired last. Weeb end i meant to Bave got it renewed this morning. Joe posted Home in to very Happy humor. When an easy Man is fairly up he is the most uneasy and unreason a Lemann creation a mrs Bruce by staying of Helhe 10hear you scold i have lost thousands. I meant to have got insured this Moro it Inge did not Speed vote is burned Down, i am a 1 a Why did you hot do it yesterday or. Bruce Quot a o1 was thinking of Hawk and hat by Quot a a thinking Why did Yoti hot se1 cure yourself?1 a a. A i me uni to Bufi a quota a but use no buts a a a a a a your Ore in excellent so qirits mrs. a a never in a vastly Fitnet Madam. We Are beg mrs Bruce sat Down clapped feet on Tho fender after husbands manner in the morning. A we Are beggars Madam a Brucd repeated. Quot a very Good i will take my guitar and you shall shoulder he Throe Chil. Dren Well play under or. Hawk a window first and then tinder or. Harco Pys and then we will Begolin Way 10 Speed Vil be to play to the ashes of what was once your factory which you meant to have insured. I should like begging above of things. A you abominable woman i shall go a a done to i beseech you or. Bruce. They put mad beggars in Bruce sprang for the door his wife intercepted him. A there Joseph is n paper i meant to have St amp we this a a policy i and dated yesterday a yes you meant Roget it renewed to day�?1 meant i should be done yesterday sol told your of err from you to Doit. Am i Notan abominable woman a a when 1 said so i was in a pet. I meant Quot a a no More of that Joseph. Now Tell me who is first on Hawks amp harpy a ,. A a your claim covers you a you Are an Angel Quot. Easy Joe Beck me an altered than hrs wife Vas released from watch Over his out door business. She died some years before him but we Are half inclined to suspect that after death Joe partially relapsed into his old. Habits so True it is that habit is a second nature. Both were buried in the graveyard al Spee Vilie and our suspicions Are four. Ded on something like the following conversation Between the grave Digger and his assistant. Quot where Are we to dig or. Brutes grave a a Idony know exactly. His will says next to his Yvere was she Laid Quot. A that i done to know. Easy Quot Joe always Suid he meant to place an obelisk o ver but it never was done. Destiny is always of Inorg importance tha Norgin. When Philip Henry the father of the / celebrated commentator Oft be Only a tighter and heiress of or. Matthews in. Mani. Be on objection was made by the Fother who admitted All his excellent qualities As a Man and a preach tier hid riot knots where a Elm Efrum. A True Quot said the daughter a a but i know in hate he is going and t should like to go with him a a a tand she did. Iain a Learned belgian m. Main ple has recently discovered a very. Simple Means real and apparent death it consisting creating a Small barn if hero is1ire.d Blister is always fort a even in Tiff no Serce of i Jiaren t Mitenis Bilty if death has already intervened bathing of the kind occurs of t

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