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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 5, 1842, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania P Sf ro Id palsied Eli, lama T1 s-l I a from compunioiis, and thaw darkftiis covered'lhe land, and the vale of Ihe temple was rent in twain .i1? 'f ;.u liie On lhc a DC! acrurscd rotlt mul'.t. I in with a young Italijn priest, .asceii led the mount of suffering and of hope. On Ihe summit a slab of 'marble commemorates the spol on Chrisl was nailed lo ihe cios? round hole in ihe hssiire erection. I was lost in lhc hie scene enactc-i arouml m fierce soldiers of Pilate here aro.-ie the over lliis cold From beneath ttre shade ot an olive stood calmly looking on Jesufit- Ihe once mnenificienl cily of ihe all its fTellsboro', Jan: 1842. To Use Voters of Tioga co. As llie tr-rm of llie lion. JohiL Ryon, one of ilwr-M'.'ns ivan Ijptorc me; llic j A-ssr-cials Judges for this caiinly, will ox- hrook ol Celrlron glides thronjjh.lhe I pire in Ftbuary llic .undeisigneJ, sepulchred banks; ihe" garden of Gelh-% csmane stands to the right within the valley, where iheolive waves ils branch- es over thu place of belray.il (here is of Zion, and the seem: of do ipepeeifiilly rccomrn'cr.d 10 llie Voters of TIOJM llio inosi lionorSblc way lo pb- li-.ir expression of tlie n comity Convcuiloii, lr> consist of Iwo Uele- Sry.les from i-ieli lownshiin. fan tield on Tuesday, of r.exl, al tlic Courl House on wiiicu i hill of Zion, and the scene of ihuj Uic IPili of January r.exi, al the Couri House and a I Last Supper; on Mnii'.v. M'jri-ih, ln tor pnrpnsccf rcconii.iend- maike.l 'is nncp 1'ie temple i 't once IC'.Tt- j living God, stands llic ol Admin'isiraiinn nml ilial ihr. Dck'L'f.les ADDRESS TO THE PATRONS OF THE [lOGAlAGLE On the commencement nf iht New Year, 1S42. WKLLSEOBO', January 1st, 1642. of the itioh stone flowed the blood of son of God. On each side of ihe centre' other holes nre situated, ihft two ihieveo who suffered were crucified lamp of jjYjhl'gHrnniered from an alter, shunted in the back ground, opposite ihe place of death, lighting up llie holy gloom which pervaded around. With a soul filled1 with sorrow ami reverence, I- wpnt down liiat mount' of infamy, yet of redemption. Descend- ing lar btflow, I slood in the cavern which, it is said, the true cross was dis- covered. After making ihe lour of the church, I found myself before Ihe sepulchre of our Lord, ihe lomh of Jo- seph of good man ant the just. The door, through which lie conveyed the dead and anoiiiled boay of Chrisl, slood open and bade me cn- te.-; the stone .is rolled awuy, and the Angel of God, dollied in a raiment of light, had sought the blest bowers of heaven. I enterc-1; forly golden lamps shone, and shine -Menially, over the, marble sarcophagi contained ihe' mangled body of our perfume and incense were if'rd throughout ihe sepulchre, ul'hile fresh roses and jaainine wereslrLwed around." The ly father in pronounced his benediction over me. J. passed several hours wilhis: the here ofOinW, wherein t'.o Chri-lian fuoi hr> clicsrn liy-ihc rc'.crs ihn- nlcr llie slnnd-ud ofM-horritl, an. I j sl'ip8 on lhc I5lh- lho i n i _he green banner ol D.ivul aic i i i pmtae (o e ;il.wiihin: the walls wiihout are h.nnl- wf! cordially li-nil our support. 'o i llie meelins of IIIB Convciiion. liclicvfrii; tiiis sojnely sculptured, and the spacious December 23lh, 1841. courl wilh black and while j William Hill, R.chn-.ond township, maihie; fir in the distance, lhc. Dead j John Cochran. jr., Liberty. Sea, still and lifeless, covered those I Chandler Chamlicrliii, Farminglon. cities of Sodom and Gomorrah i Josiah G'ovinu'.un. while ifie Jordan, thro-.igh b.mks ol Peler Backer, Rutland. sand, roll on tovv.inls the sUgnjnl Harris Soptr, ilo. lers of the lake. .The inounlain whence J P Keensy, Middlchury. the iun-Mloms of lliccarlh were lempl- [I C Drew, Delmar. ingljy exhibited to the son nl'God, Decrfield. itsdesolale and cr.-igay head higli among D .1 Cliallicld, Uloss township. the. 'clouds; whilst, heiicai !i J disiaiit H T Spencer, Union." of Jericho, wild am'. ir.i'MiMivalcd Skisth, S'lipocn. 'John VV Jackson. je upon the once chosen of j.Fosiali Wells' I bannc: of the heathen Joel Culver, Charleston. boro stretched far away in llic north. The -sun vvenl down in glory and Samuel M'Doilg.il, I.av.-rcni-e. gold, as iho shades of evening sculed I Warren tioi.ncy, Uiookfield. on the sterrile and slony I csst j James f'arsaiv, Gaircs. another glance God: the red h yet waving over its lofty -.v.iMs; cnincis and asses, as iu lime, of yore, iviih skins of waler, were passing to andilro ihr Syrian soldier guarded Ihc cily S-'10-'' and the drums of the Puciia resounded fiom within. As I turned lo descend, my eye caught the :iver Jnhn and the waters of the Sea of G.dilee. iJe- wr. flopped at the decayed erected over.Ihe spot where our SiviO'ir de- struction of temple, and 'he ruin of Jerusalem. On llienexl n-ornins w? roc'.i Ciiir.o weave we asongof hiiurily now, Anil vvL-lconic ihe year with a wreath on our brow, PffH of floivcrs that with summer appear and depart, Jlut, llioso freslily riill'd from ihe fields of llie heart Conic nr'.ccmeV.i.u in, nc..l with tjlence anJ tears, Uul aalhu son cl'nur earlier jearp As chi'il ot tlio the fallict to be, Of others wliicli we or our v.il! As the bearer of jojs, and Ilic licraJd of Of secrets gentlu linger shall Ot fiicmlshiu's awaiting m cmltryo yet, For the heart in its crown of enjoyment In set; And of pleasure more brilliant Hun Fanc> e'er drew, As wcjoiri, band in with the yeai Konrr-TV-o Let miynnlhrop.'a childrenhjvc dunr Their (raqinentfl ui'glaBs to look up at ihe Their mnliurn of vision on rnanU'iu.! and say Thy i: his no blue anJ "he sun hag no ray Hut we, neYi by such mcvliuia as this is But hy Buntieams iuve ami hy of Will look on tin- glories around as they're qncn. Ami make Aaluio forever llic liandmai J ot hcawn Thus, as sagca or age or in youth, Our sunlight is mirror jb Truth, I 1 Come hither coinf Ij'ulier! tliece v. inters are'S--J E .i 'C I walls of this solemn edifice, an lehcm; winding itown tiii- hill from the scriptural paintings, and we '.lu 1 nl h'ryj I. to lhc seraphic slrains of an Italian 01 the por.cr's Held, and en loin I ill'1 tjre.i1 On leavcng-ihe church, rambling j heyond ihe ciiy. along through- crowded streets and j pool of HezoUnh, ami I.MII'D lanes, I-came al length to Ihe VIA DO--' was buried hy the road LOHOSA, along-which Christ was carri- I side. We drew up lieliU where ed a'prwoner lo Calvary. The spol is! those celestial of shown'where Simon the Cyrcnian was heaven, appeared bv ID I lie taket! and compelled to1 bear the cross, I heivl.s, declaring the birih ul'-i With their ilic uind'i; in Iho wood, ot iliu I its s-.vclls anj iu cni'n'ncrs, solcuiu and louJ, AnJ in strijiini; lhc hninchrs, rebuking Iho PROLU Township of Oomr Inlhcr I'ur 1 somL' records in rhymes, BiiHi arc callpil upon In rlnci Two I Wonh hearing eincc l.isl we lielj holiday Hint's. WHIG papers hare been endeavoring (0 C0r vincc the public of two things of which was consistent wilh fJC The first was, that all the in favor of paying all bonds issuen o' Ihe aulh'orily of a consliiuiioiial Jr, a legislature, the second, ihat the y ocrals were in favor of repudiation engagements. e" It now appears lhal a 5, of Indiana has moved such and a whig Senate appear., suslain ii. This case is analo'no.n ihat of Arkansas, in wh'.ch ready expressed our opinion ih.-it ,''p" Male to make payment lo cent holders of bonds, ,t." though improperly transferred. There ia no such a of the cons-tilniion. :-Q- lion of the law iu the erf Ihe bonds as there is ;n sippi case. Feiinsylcanian. The foiloiving r.ccount Journal of Coir, REPUDIATION ix Ism proceeding.- of llic iiiploi) Iniiiain. it ihe bonds fi-aLj'iiLi, be repudiated, p. e i to speedy resumption. lax nes reduced, far Ant'ciatn Judge. Oi-.r good CONSTITI no's litcs gloriouslv un 'Ilip rloclion lo in' h-jl-l ,M LTO :niul places in Our people, arrayed for the bailie like' ini'ii i-.wnship3.' A "enervil attendance I'i'n.M nor'.h (oihc snuth, AHF. Lnu'rphar.i from llit Serjic j The day -Mr. Coliins, a Sp-ioloi offLrud a joini i to illial-lhc Mate i-, t'c-ejdy Bin' coniL- on tl'fl r t 01 I er public is Yrslcrd.iy ('1'ops.j :v) '.va'i iiis fJonrral Asfr.iu'.ily n- si.Ur In y fnr nvnie .it 10 Jti :-i-ry In season, s i.'.l i1 .i.i'i-.viiiro Our fearless, frJin JIfl j.i I High '.milt 'ini-.l lhc clouds, on lhc IRHU ol O'er II.L ntid o'er ocean ni I. 1 And l.> u.i hosoni piide of oiir shii M. Thcusir-tlenvni his n! 'J'u Ijndh iona cmpurp'od hy p Rlrll enterjjrl--e loresls j fnilu.-'.i .Jdent. ih-j u ii'i V 'hc'.'irr tlji. I'ov.- -.-lui, 'I'hr c-.ih'n'.s :i 'ijMn'.'t. a I.TAU Tin1 pi.i.. ..i'b flic AnJ atri's ol' I'rt. Irei mcu r.rf uv I'.-.e crcAuli v rr.cnl. llie si; i'. P' p lion! In P.Ol I'ny'lK il. bocO1 1 Of I1.i.c and mi' nesly ol invo'i s. iu: ,il I; Jl for il, nun V i'' n ;.r..! lire u! l.-.e p. -i .r mijijinri, nn. ho wirlhy liber >l pjlruiia'i'. i. iv in ii'iiirn a Give sliecl e and Of I'lu1 l fate c llic i-co >nij dir no r.- Ciirisl fainting, ihreu sever' al limes eat ciowYi to, rest. I-saw lhc window in; the house 0? Pilate from whence Ihe Governor showed the S.i- vioar lo the people: "Then came Jesus Vvbercin lhc l.nnl- wns born forth, wearing !he crown of thorns and -i'shnll be and sliall iiu the purple robe; and Piiale said, im'.o I son of the .md i'nc Ijui-.l THE flull give unto him il'c ihionr. of er; thai star whir-li wise men ofihc c.i.st, once plh vvcre pursuing, rr in..rk l WUIllJ ;'nr.I lln- M unl lin1 1 PAY i-r iiirjic 1 ike llio 'I'he h'-arf ol't'it1 In -ii-r ..li li.'vp tiniM-.iu.U i L 3 nt] l i In 01 iCiit Teg 1'nl 'inn i re j I'lL1 'A i Tln'r t'K' re il. 's cm 11 Ol' ic Ll.: .eiV r.e to c- fi. I -v r1 sip'irit, entered the tj.iles of c'.ly i And rallr-! ll.i- I Iliglull. ll'PC 'i is ni.irt} r'ti MI .J t lo and'tiiey cried ojt, "Crucify him-cru- cify him." In the evening we inniintcd hor-. esj and, comlurdcd i> took I li, our Way vvilhotil the walls; parsing I na, ,iml i U- a father U.uid. and r-fh'.s ki ahnll be his! lllCI'C v i'.ie Nov. Y r. i) insi rlion in tin-1 -1 Ui hi- superior in [lie S I v.. In 1'" >Ni-1- liv n r. K-.crv ii'ipul-'- The Fearc-e i-f. in: ha list lo IU) i rli end.' i'nc fl liio Ui-le- 1 in h.iv c bru-i origin.il- Ihrongh the northern gale, whilst Ibi-jlv a sliibli- u.lhin n c.ive, im-n tli.- rkhiozziiii the miusicts, in clc.ir S.ivi'iur of id. in-J l-rifniiive were bidding Me- 'the rro-ik-. .'nil Lipei.--, ronie lo we and'ilood where J-.-us -i-n Alia M.ihomi Alls ack- 1 Clu-isi v.-is lin-n. In i..'. 'vVi- :t -cenijcd tin: liijl down a Linipi ;irc ki pi co i-' jiuK- Inn .-in.l l lie oini pim-ly riu n "i The n.in'l ol'his eountry, and l.loi.s llusl'.- as i l l.iu- i n.nis- la l 5J As ilns HOUI'MID n" n'.d i. i lr Oil is ipn1" of ivl.r. i-ix-w ji.'Jftl il l ci rl lino' Ji'ii i .mil :ML! .lui'ilc r i r. I-1-, .it r ]i3sl mi-1 naiijn -l 1-c I rsr i F. t Yr it give such as Ii" I 'i'l ic re's n cursp I-T.PI ihvj> l I Of Y VD on for ifv ireiii'litrfK.s. far: Jr" i ;il! ri l'ic l.anji nf ilu- C t. i l.bsl.'.] each ly Corner J i i .1 1 A 1 1 n led S1 -l j-rrs i.) A ir. i J l .1 D 1 o hoin n i: i c Ham: in the ey Jeho-ha- d.p.ly lie m In: I llii n' >i rujrffon p.ill t'lrr1 -v.iieli j rj-ir'j >hrnnk and the hronk of Co.il- v, 'uvi ron. upon oiu'e flowery li'ir.k y do w niu peoiilu nnist tiiu pi- L-'1 ami olivrs In- moin. en l.> i -N'-'ro WlluU1 flat the place where Ste- phen the martyr was stoned lo death Retracing our oteps under the Er'nade of some venerable olive tiees, we slood in the garden of Gelhsemane, beyond an God. 1 sload upon Ihe jsl K, one long, loak. ri the Now iis n-ign. The Washington of rowing and
I IK i hr-.i e is .1 i blei i oily nl a, i i inic jCI'lpj. T.'U'V fCHMllU'l I'L' li.iih'crini; i ii.- ni'lc- .in jnr. iKe foi o is so siiddenU ilia' I posited cornel iirrs iarc llicr, pul l..A I liie shavers buy HITT. kr hnnk ill redeem '.licni aie also aware ili-t it is Ihe business men of llmt lain lhc anJ I'ui or no dancer of its i -i'i r 1 (operations. I ney ice' !in their ofi-rrpeaicJ I has Ijqcn sclrcleJ i I.I is al a UI.-UIICL' i'oin 1 i counly in l-.ich z I is carried .11 11'ity a considci ar i Ij.-forc Ihp b.InL: r-r j of U, a dash is ini'lc redemption, ar.il Hi'-y 'SL 'nletl. n'lich :is a J L in l I ivr e llien I l n l .1 11 ID P..II.-: :.i n 'M.U-LIICJ U c I.'nil- as hurd a pressure as a1'} in the-Slale. Harrisbun ,b kncv 'fj .rSr'3 la; c1
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