Page 1 of 6 Apr 1842 Issue of Tioga Eagle in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 6 Apr 1842 in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Tioga Eagle.

Browse Tioga Eagle
  • tioga-eagle page 1 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 1
  • tioga-eagle page 2 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 2
  • tioga-eagle page 3 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 3
  • tioga-eagle page 4 Press tab to continue slide or press d key to skip
    Page 4

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 6 Apr 1842 Tioga Eagle in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 6, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaS sales neatly Prii or Sale at Choh the Eadi w v Smith if Nicholi of Broth ilk Tal 11 Stie by Smith 4 vol. If from the Alexann Ria Index. The Ohwiler t raved the bait War s wild Halo each tillage Bill sent Back when and when a boat b ick the Prii Fth of a when eve and Libe so s Alwort Ato they we. Be Marjy breasts ride England s might arms i lid Ion the crests y an old and Tiant Knight Ning came i h murderous to was but a Namel misty Shore i see then in the. Distant form like spectres on the before and around t in Twining they conquer they c above o and and Lou of Jubi Ujco Tise be goes and the a Apt he looks then fal beneath now c the Bloo no Lorger he a then i ast printed and publish 34. Flu tonary. B7. J. E. Bow Are Ose Iron men. I e storm of fire filled the Glen Lumble spire Tab gound to Hill 1 Rolls a dra id Fol storm la Send Forth their rills o f Gore pm death with lightning breath an immortal Wreath. God 01 to pression s i this o or he and Long Thi c u borne Alo Ory thanks i Lom a Banner Waves n Racks it children s Graves pealing inf and dec Only Down o 1 see Lal courier to around on a upon his Baim rests the a god like h that gave pc warms s hand e i i raw an is i it in its Mot Ler s Armi a a id Oft it sleeping t jars saw a girl with charms in a id ears Bro t me in Back be Lee per Angui in. Yea s i left a a Limp beside or in tears i Faun. Of as3 i return i a an first a and then a cd to and thus to to till Deith Beh t -0.1ly ladies who not Long is histor Imber s Sun Ching the wave one he grave e and Mound tic ground. Allowed Earth i and still cold ung Freedom birth to 18-Warrior i the Stern command of of life i borrow w i saw a Man o or it Ian aim with a child Tirb t Thi o her she smiled a it on Earth ids the spirit p live forever Meghan c Young now1 mov in the upper Cir cles though one a Surrey a higher Range irian the Otier has yet aspired to met ice at a a have Vania cd i returned d stood before h or is childless widow burned efs Mantle per her i her whom i left in loan god rely in again in of or years us found her dying. And then a i to Idun Mot Idless widow in do pair is met b Bro ther ind thus we part Ever leave the heart 1, the most lofty _ Al u Udo i jiul Lutiva of Fie two took no pains to con Cea from the other her idea of submit t Nof Obesid used Ojie whose Ori pm she Well knew w3s no better than y coolly thought with that coned bitterness that a woman of world know so How to sugar or with s Niles of Dinning sweetness i Indiana it lady walked up to the a oils. Ujj i m it miss said Pliss Taylo a very Park Lily. Miss a go formally. Thinking my dear i we ought to Exchange 8a j miss to ilor so smilingly 1 Pray he or was i Mason on and Roar Fathe a unsaid t name n Taylor and my dire Al not ind your name is was a tailor , but took of treading on two cards purpose a Aurora co 4ld Teil la qua difference. Be 0b, admired by eve but not like. Arb we sus Cio lad Hei unt of yet face Reg it i fee my the to in d every wednesday by j. P. Otacjili., at of a half yearly ii Advance or so if net Aid in thin tin Wellsborough wednesday april the Reward of Genius. Bit j. H. B. Ga1nmner key were seated in a Rich and Shady Over which the creeping vines ered in every variety of curve Ming Large clusters of their pre fruits while the atmosphere was de wife the Mellow fragrance off gorgeous plants which grew in wild ored Luxuriance about the Shad Retreat. The fading Light of Day and gave a Rosy Hue to the of the maid who sat therein As Slie ded with Mournful tenderness the sealed at her Side. Said she not so feeling which actuates me it is in which prompts me to Noi be had i feeling for my a do you think i would act contrary y own cause your priness is this your the other with a glance of fret ulness. Methinks it cannot be a very ardent flame which is s3 easily extinguished by the per verse and obstinate tyranny of nay your she As she Laid her delicate hand tenderly on Lis imps. You will respect the faille if you esteem his child. Noble mind of the South was struck with the reproof and although it was averse to his desire her Filia obedience told of so much pure and holy excellence that he immediately made reparation. Forgive me a entreated i spoke hastily and unworthy o myself but your words have craze my builds its happiness on the Possession of you. It May not by that i shall be your husband of prom ise me that Rio other i do sighed the Afflic de Virgin but if my father com Mauds can i disobey i have had no to her s care since childhood but have scarce Felt the loss he has thrown by the coldness of Man and been a very Woidan in his affection for me. Shal i repay this kindness with ingratitude Quintin if he tells me to love another i cannot do so but if he bids me wee Quintin you would not censure 1 he expiring rays of the setting Sun fell on her features As she earnestly glanced upon her Lover. Cried the youth with a Sud Den Start a he struck his hand upon his Why that Blush thai agita tier "deceive1 me not Eliza you Are happened. I see it All. He has selected the maid Sank her head upon his bosom and through her struggling tears she sobbed Quintin Sihau Hast said desperate was the conflict in the bosom of the youth As he sat like one in a Trace his eyes fixed on hers which like the passing storm gleamed from under Ihei it drooping lashes and soon he dreamed he saw the Rainbow of Hope. Who is my rival he asked with voice scarcely audible Van she answered sorrow Foi i too you love him Eliza How can you ask Mill you marry my father s happiness dearer to me than my own. Think you i would wan Only sacrifice it i it Why Van because he excels in my will she not Droop die in the cold atmosphere about him he asked himself when at length exhausted nature yielded to weariness and he fell asleep. The mind though yielded not to the fatigue of the body on the contrary it seemed More filled with life. He imagined himself in the Street. The Bells rang the people Gay equip page1 passed by. It was a Day of pub-1" lie rejoicing for Eliza the daughter of Sargini was to wed Van the nation s favorite the celebrated Painter. People recounted the scene he had do Lioe Aledo and lauded the e artist to the this grated on the mind of the dreamer but he trembled the cok perspiration gathered on his forehead As the nuptial cavalcade approached they halted at the Chapel and the Groom conducted the Bride All Pale and trem bling to the altar he looked up the aisle when the father was about giving his Jove a re slide up Anc seized her she shrieked and fell dead Iii his Emence her relations and the priest All gazed in he raised his eyes saw the mystery in their Connie dances and As his face fell upon the bosom of his Lovely Burthen he expired that moment he awoke. Still the Vonins were before his fresh in his recollection As if he beheld the awful scene by the noon Clay Sun. Impelled by an unaccountable impulse he arose and lighted his lamp and la King a Toal from the extinguished embers in the Chimney commenced the portraiture of the group upon the Wall As he Drew Eracli face each Lineament he recoiled in Surprise As their perfect resemblance to the became More and More impressed upon As he concluded the in it d frightful Transfer of his dream wanting nothing but the variety of col or. A thousand thoughts darted thro his brain he was wild and wandering he threw himself on Bis bed and when he next awoke the rays of the rising Sun gilded his apartment. His first object was to seek the moral picture and he trembled least it had All been a dream but there it stood As if executed by magic Power. If this is the result of an Effort with cried he striking his breast delirium of Joy what might i not effect with other Means what might be my Reward As Day Light sought in the bosom of night the lovers again together. I am doing murmured Eliza in meeting since i am an affianced Bride. This night must supposing a Case. This has our last. It is a sad thing to part x to t ii t r t i r i i i i w with those we love yet i act directs and we must no More say not that we shall meet no More As lovers say shall meet no More that will be sufficiently severe for Eliza could we meet but to to upbraid Fate which so cruelly divides i must the girl if Quintin s affection is pure he will Dean me for Farwell then sweetest if i Loose thee i will wander to some Distant clime and try to Bury my regrets in new scenes and amid new compan i he imprinted a kiss on her willing lips. He watched her retiring form As it appeared and disappeared amid the foliage at intervals till it was finally lost to his anxious turned slowly and sadly away. Never did father love his daughter with More fondness than Alginia his child Eliza. Her Good was his great aim and As he was an enthusiast in the Art of the Pencil he deemed that one of that profession would be most worthy of his child. These two Pas Sions of his soul mingled together in such a manner that they became but one. He considered the canvass As a lasting Monument for Genius and that in would Best consult his happiness by uniting her to one who would be alive to. All posterity by his works. I Van Deg had been therefore selected As be was the boast of his country and he figures of his creation wanted Noth no but m option to make Therp such As heir originals. Was wealthy and would add to the wealth of the Tanily. Daughter was not old enough now to judge for herself and though she had confessed was against her proposed bus and a few years of con nubian inter course would overcome that and she would ultimately be benefited. We a ii Art c Wlas h to. H h bad bore Vlas cried the despairing Lover y had i not teen a Painter in bed of Quintin was one of thorns threw himself on it and yielded agony of thought. 3w vainly yet How ardently he oved How industrious he had la i to procure her attachment and Hen he had achieved the Viel Ory Over her confiding heart All that he struggled for was lost no not lost be could Bear the thought of her death in could weep Over her grave he could nurse the vegetation above it he could to think that the prize must be Orn from him to be to another s embrace there Vas madness in it. Arid then Van Deg that a Tough Laughty Distant Man How unworthy he p poses a jewel of such value How unit to nurture such a tender Plant How unsuitable his unsocial spirit for the an gig who needed some congenial Bou to Insuik her Felicity. Just As he was at this Point of his reflections on the ensuing Day a letter Carrier entered his apartment and handed him a letter saying he would wait without for. An answer and had been bound by an oath not to disclose wac had commissioned him to deliver the commune Atoji. S Alginia was astonished at these words and As soon As the other retired broke the Scal and read if Tho Parent consulted the daughter s Hap piness would he hot inquire of her if she does not love another 1 i think she but i Van Deg is to possess the fair being May i be mistaken May her to the Man of your Choice not Hixy her is another her obedience causes her to submit. I Lay Laitos to her affections but with these do not pretend to alter your determination. You have the reputation of patronizing Merit As it appears in painting. Defer the nuptials to this Day twelve let Van Deg Jon that Day place his chef Gauvre on tie left of the altar. If that one which appears on the right does not Tell of a 1 abide the result. If it does then it is fair to leave to your daughter the priv Ledga Choos ing Tor partner from the i the father was delighted with this proposal As it suggested a trial of skill in his favorite study. He accordingly returned word of the terms and notified Vail a year passed during which the lovers never met. Eliza had lost sight of Quintin answer to her inquiries All she had been Able Taj learn was shortly of Tfir their list interview lie had left the City and gone no one knew whither. The Day was now arrived when she was to become a wife. Sad to her were the kind offices of. Erkles a mils who assisted at her toilet yet she sustained a smile upon her face Al though her soul was weighed Down by grief. The Chapel was thronged by people anxious to View the ceremony and As the Bride richly Clatl was the Al tar by her father announced hand was to be bestowed on the artist whose skill was the most undeniable to be determined by the Mer its of the pictures a Lynch stood veiled on either Side of the altar. Van Deg glanced triumphantly around and striding to the picture he bad painted he a curtained to their View. A burst of applause Ross the audience As he did Well merited was that cry of approbation. The of piece was the Cha Pel in which Theja stood wild the whole to the Iffe. There was the priest All but breathing while the Bride and Groom and their friends appeared As if in the full flush of Joy. Alginia was about to speak in raptures when suddenly the other curtain was drawn aside and a cry off horror burst from the multitude pressed Forward to Van dog gazed breathless in wonder and Alginia uttered a wild shriek of my daughter the de lineation of Quotin s countenance in the picture was easy to recognize except that of the youth which was buried in the bosom of the Bri de. But Ere with wandering eyes they had fully scanned it All it was thrust aside and another appeared in its place. This represented a Lovely Arbour in which Alginia was advanced in age dangling a Beautiful his knee which bore an expression in its face of Eliza who sat on the opposite seat with her head resting on the bosom of a Young Man whose Arm encircled Ier Waist. Every one wa3 charmed and delighted beyond measure and beheld he youth they recognized him in a moment a and every Tongue the Blacksmith a Blacksmith no cried Quin Tiu stepping from behind the canvass but the artist who demands his re it is unnecessary to say More than that Genius was rewarded and to the Lappy husband Quintin malays ooze Blacksmith of Antwerp the world owes some of its finest relics of and among the rest the inimitable paint us of the now at Windsor Castle. F. To men w said an employer one g to one of his you came to Lata this warning the other Ere at Dvorki an hour before you i la be even with them to t i holy Patrick i la an hour before them All you Saly i m off dry pick paper. F flogging an editor., Twenty five years ago Nyhen Cert Tain Western which we shall was a territory and with a Fejta inhabitants a Young lawyer Rorri ode of the old states e Iii graded or and settled in the town of use admit ably in his profession and Rose rapidly in popular favor. Had Beeti there nearly two years when he a Printer to come on and for him a weekly paper of which he was editor and proprietor. Squire was much pleased for a editing a paper. He was a Man Elf Verv love stature but he used the editorial we As frequently As if there were a dozen of him and big As Daniel Lambert or the Kentucky giant. Strange to say there were at that time men in office who were not a Par Ticle Tore honest than they should be. A tiring which probably never happened before and never will Agatin Squire s. Felt All the patriotism by a son of 76. And poured out grape shot and against Public abuses. Thi soon stir red a Horne i nest about his ears but As there was no other the territory there was no reply and he enjoyed his warlike propensities in Secu Rity. At length f he published Jan article More severe and against Mal r peasants in old ice than any that had pre needed it. In fact though pointed at no one in a scorcher " some three or four Days afterwards he was silting alone in his editorial office which was about a. Quarter of a mile from the printing establishment his pen was Busy with a paragraph when his door was opened without much and in stalked a Man full six feet in his stockings. He asked Are you s. File editor of this thinking that he had bund a Pat Ron the Little Man with one of his Emfs Piniles answered in the affirmative. The stranger deliberately Drew the last number of the paper from his pocket and pointing to the article against rogues in office told the affrighted Edir Tor that it was intended for was in vain that s. Protested that he had never of him before. The Wrath of the visitor Rose to fever heat and from being so Long boiled Over with double fury. He gave the editor his Choice either to pub Lish a Humble very mumble recantation or take a flogging 071 the was Wormwood but what could is do the enraged office Holder was twice his size and at one qualify for an obituary notice. He agreed to re tract and As Hiis visitor insisted on writing it i Maeef he sat Down to the task. Squire s. Made an excuse to walk to the printing office with a Promise that a would be Back in season to sign it As As it was finished s. Had gone Hanzly fifty rods when in encountered a Man who inquired where Squires s office was and if he was at Home. Suspecting that he too was on the same errand of the other visitor he pointed to the office and told him he would find him within writing a fir Jive article against office holders this was enough. The eyes of the new Comer flashed Fixie. He used into thie office and assailed he stranger with the epithets liar scoundrel Coward and told in he would teach him what to write. The gentleman supposing it was some bully sent in by the editor sprang to his feet a fight ensued that beat the Kilkenny cats All hollow. The table was upset and smashed into kindling contents of a Large Jug of Ink stood in puddles on tha chairs had their legs and backs broken beyond the skill of surgery to cure them. This seemed Only to inspire the combatants with still greater fury. Blew followed blow with the rapidity of lightning and the Force of a Sledge Ham Mer. First one was kicking on the floor and then taking it in turn pretty equally. The Ink on the floor found its Way to Thair till both of them most ludic Rous figure imaginable. The noise and uproar was Treme Ndjoua the Heiligh. Bors ran to the door and exclaimed with astonish Manv that two negroes were fighting in a s office. None dared separate then. At length Petely exhausted and. Pounded to a Jelly they ceased the circumstance of the Case became known and the next Clay hardly Able to sit on horseback their bound up they started had obtained by attempt to Al Siville t convinced that Itolle Salish Aclipen Jug a we must laugh world. As last v let this be More c ing quizzical Stor Perance meeting i by a reformed top As the Man Lias be now laugh Over double relish. H or. To jaw me about i d run for said s me for said i. S a firm bargain tha and no Long we help in g nor scolding ing being in Coin Fellows 1 took a 1 was Down 1 High and in a very Sho self about How a to horns Safe and Basket Bremem and by it get to p de to meet my i and Soj i staggered my wife Abec ii reached the Hou High Tell and thou my wife up and w Ler thinks i i must wait until there i stood Hall rain hours t at last she at the ind Back door hairs but Fin laughter but Al awoke found n year Oleno 190 As Well As cry in this Eek was a sad one icer Ful. The Colic w was told at a us i Hartford last week it opens Rich and ome sober one May his absurdities with said i used to drink and my wife used what do you in what do you jaw we agreed and made i would not scold. For drink three on Dut on the third even any with some Good Orn and when that off wanted another t time i found my re you with twin snugly in Rny brei id Ous laughter .3y Lime to go Horne Blit As you May veil suppose i dread i hoping1 a the window e like , laughter Ijo refer i must to laughter War Jan be i found it still iting for me can t go it yet but he goes to by d so freezing in the cold Emen Dous laughter bed and i crept in tumbling Over Liy succeed in gel o bed without disturbing her or dozing a while i self As dry As a fish you k naw Brethren How dry Ler w Ler my wife Al e ail used to be in the night of e had a tremendous laugh Vays. Knew what was. The matter with i got up in the night to dring cold water laugh Ter i hardly dared to get up for fear of but by thirst was greater than t could laugh Ter so out i and grouped very softly after the water pail but no water was there to cock then on and s my Burn Dous so of Ell round in the dark elves for something no thirst to Timon n i found a a i Tull i sized it Adf put it to qty in South and a Long Hearty time running out at both sides of asted Down my a loll uuwl1 Iii and so i Odd and at on recollection Jonsoni with minut Lair is 3s. Ilor Roi Ood on an Eile liquor at the Heeks Tzemei thought the 1 that instant it Al that i had fixed before to kill Treni endrus laughter of struck 1.stood it was de scream fruit far my wife would a waked laughing stamp rely it would be death to scream i must and so r f she and is still hat pin Laid she. Shouted i is ill logic Rotous laugh to Ter what v i Are s re y t was in this dry was in this pan agony of fear. A the pan on the she you have drank i tremendous Laug and cries of order the next morning fast Toji my it Toof chair an Hou or. Brown sat de of Tolje whole Sochi a Printer s de she. Yelled i in Phat pan to be related of Corporal Nymn Aprin Ter Well known for Many years in this town As being More remarkable for his Odd humor than t that while he was Ell to by on he Way Man who to torn of those be purse. My dear sir the Corporal r Ness which could what surprised at Corporal what he Clovis Why i m a a i Rintar Lirl Ornu a flip 1 a Printer did what wha end same my Lous quor tied ome rats five my h to me hold i a rakes was feet 7hy., Rule of you f All my starch iter for five minutes from the chairman my Short Collar Vas tack and Cheeks she to Clear it off. Hire i amid the cheers y used e length of his travelling from Low was met by a High Italy As is the us try demanded Hia Corporal quoth perceive you Don t Koo w that is net Hii g to the purpose sir give me your pure demanded the High Ayr Neni pealed with Earnest of be misunderstood positively you Don t know me said the highwayman some the manner of the you if

Search All Newspapers in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Tioga Eagle Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Tioga Eagle?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection