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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 14, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOf if Brity As to Zinent magazines of the Cen he editors of both by Hgt t their services under the ent. Wanh such an Zine of unrivalled Etoi by be promised Hec qwing vol Post paid gle0. A Bahzat West Corner of cheer it u4 3j a _ protect other county Mutual in Range company. Dec relay begs leave state to Cuthal this company s now. And ready to receive sure against Lou or All persons insuring a nos Are members and Are equally 1 m its welfare and in of Ceis in proportion to the Isu cd. In order to become of i he company thereby a the App cant gives the amount of which is cd in to the amount lobe insured degree of Hazard thus if to be insured at 5 per cent his note our if at 8 per Ives note for and Ropo Idun for i greater or in Dot lilo Ute of Hazard i note advances 10 per cent Lili Tion 1 sum of go 50 for a Poi us he then becomes a on the of his apply id i in mired for Jive years. The same to n a vol in Vicini i of in c j ears the note to c been made inc u up the u ,11 y time be assigned my cancelled and the Criven up according to us of Ilic company. Not thin s the Cash value of Ity in 1 1 be indeed and ail id a Dudul Only h a broken pane in Sai or one Dolla. In the year of Grace one thousand eight Hundred and Twenty eight and on the fifteenth Day of August in that year or. Heze Dah Drummond left the place reinstated their opinion and he by this in genious on Triance saved the expense of advertising. The marriage Fra service n waiting to Jet ii of jul j in Vij us sum l t Yvo o 14 i v Juji u exceeding six lines wll be tank he expected to unite an in t Sun nerf. And Thiouf. Kit to .1 m the and to fuse can hour every time after. The Price for one or three insertions the Caine. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise the year ton toe Zakle. Lines written on the death of a child aged three years and eleven months. I co came a Damp upon the chill of night Vij struck the vitals of the Blooming boy flip morning his freshening verdure his Rosy Cheek and beaming Eye of Joy wire sinking Lund from death s cold toys and Gladsome glee were Laid aside awhile he rocked Bis Cradle to his song. But pestilence had spread its Vapours wide and through each vent had forced their Way along till on his Active limbs it fixed its tetters Strong. Long time his vigorous Frame withstood the Mast of dire disease and Medicine combined and surgery severe while to the last an Active consciousness posses re his mind. But Healing att no remedy could find to god from heaven had said tie child shall and hence each Medicine bred More disease. Nor could the i Pitnof a Parent s Eye flip lingering sufferer from inn pangs release successive Daj s Nisku saw but pains increase. Length exhausted Sank the Bood of the rattling phlegm had choked the airy the vital current yielded in its strife and of enc came the threatening intervals when respiration had resting spells. His voice no longer Call d his parents his Arm no More embraced a Parent s neck nor Smilo responsive through his anguish tame to Shew bit pleasure when his father Tho wheel of life stood x-ihthjj3t Pitcher Drake. Matrimony. The Rev. Or. Hezekiah Drummond was a native of the Emer Ald Isle he had formerly been a Wea ministry he sold out his looms spool and shuttles and Betook to a More honorable and likewise a More lucrative employment. Hezekiah was a staid sober looking Man aged about forty five Square Buill five feet seven inches in height wore a Grey close bodied coat Small clothes and mixed clocked stockings. Behold him mounted on a Clumsy ing some slight resemblance to a horse us to have lived be 1, and to have conceived an it Pathy to those for so was the Steed most improperly was As gentle As a Guinea pig and could by no Means be prevailed upon to exceed a regular walk in arching wide Between the legs like falstaff s soldiers which practice he ear Birg for horse. The Good natured inhabitants of a were in no haste to Tell him where Hector might be perhaps some few of them really believed that Hezekiah knew All about the matter and that his pretended Igno Rance was Only another instance of his hypocrisy. I nothing could equal the Chagrin arid indignation of the. Or. Drum mond when he discovered Hector at the door of a Brothel he hastily tied him and mounted Tinong a crowd of curious spectators who Consic red it a Novelty for a Parson to be found at such a place. To add to the ridicule of the thing some of the roguish adventurers of the night had shaved Hec Tor s Tail off close to the Rump so that the tout ensemble of the preacher with Bis Long melancholy visage Singu Lar dress and figure and his by lame and Uil less would haps excited some profane persons even to open and outright Hezekiah left the Village of m and arrived at the place of his stumps of Trees in a country recently cleared for Hector in one particular like his great had frequently been employed in the labors of Tho Field. During the journey Hezekiah had Leisure to ruminate speculate and expatriate on various matters occupied his thoughts the vanities of human life the thoughtless wickedness of Mankind and the five dollars he expected for performing the nuptial Cere Mony i will get me a new pair of mentally ejaculated Heze Kiah these begin to look thread Bare land if they should happen to give Way while i am marrying a couple How the of belial will make a jest of sacred things to the great detriment of yes i must by get me a pair of Grey Cas Simein Bree with similar thoughts the time till his Village of a about he paused at the sign of the plough and rudder emblematic of Commerce and called for a warm and a quart of ale for Hezekiah. T altogether an anchorite the and Well nigh broken left a Parent i heart Long nourished by Hia Lovo so Bland when called with most of earthly in ends to part and preach the gospel in a stranger s land by Jehovah s hand. Cold in mansion lies his mortal 1 he Brce Iea waiting through the lofty pm and tensile night Birds chant his requiem Onilo his Bright spirit scaled by Grace divine enjoys a father s oct More worthy far than mine i thee. Child to slumber on till when Tho Angel s Trump Al m thy grave shall ring for sure As jus died and Rose again All who sleep in him god Tull with him then Why m soul to and sorrow a few More rolling suns and i shall sleep v Atli my dear boy and with him too shall Sec ins Rod and More to sigh and woes but Pluck the fruit of life i immortal Trae for i shall go to cannot Como to v t. P. Wedding was to Lake place on the Fol it aft a pals. 1811. Lowing morning As the married pair m tended to set out on a Short journey in Tho fir Sec duty of a statesman is to mediately after tie Vil build up moral Energy of a people. Fage of a was just two Miles 1 his is their first interest and he who the town where this wedding was weakens it inflicts an injury which no take place so Hezekiah determined Talent can repair nor should any spleen to he night at a and re Dor of or any momentary sue fresh himself against the morning so Cess Avert froth him the infamy Winch that he might proceed with renovated he has earned. Let Public men learn to think More reverently of their functions. Let them feel that they Are touching More vital interest than pro Perty. Let them fear nothing so much As to sap the moral convictions of a people by unrighteous legislation or selfish policy. Let them cultivate in themselves Iho spirit of religion and virtue As the requisite to Public 5 Stion. No apparent advantage to i meat the Community any More than to wicked villains who were present had selves Seduco them to the infraction of the audacity to Purlin his prayer Book any moral. Let them put Faith in Hia pocket and to substitute 0 virtue As the strength of nations. Let hoj fib e wickedness a pack of cards them not be disheartened by temporary in place. Nor did they cease their in upright exertion. Let abominable pranks for a bolting the la Ern remember that while Tiey and stable door they brought Hector Forth contemporaries live but for a Day him to the residence of mrs. State ii to live for Ages and that Bruggler a lady who kept a House for time the unerring arbiter will hindi the accommodation of those ind Epen " e the Wisdom a Well is the Magna Dent characters who scorn to employ Nimitz of the Public Man who conf pars orrs in their amatory Dong m truth Justice and Philan Hector was fastened to the horse Block " Sophy assert their claims and rever at but that virtuous i follows their munitions amidst quadruped gave symptoms of his Dis general disloyalty and corruption like to the place by snorting and kick Channing. Eng n a most extraordinary manner As if he knew it to be injurious to his rep hands Man is sup ution to be in such a Vicinity to be tolerably Well occupied that place he was obliged he has a wife on one Arm a baby to tire for Nerc 0 the carrying a Basket and a vigor. Now the town of m---------19 celebrated for mischievous wags who think a Clergyman a very legitimate object of ridicule especially such a Clergyman As Lezekiah who As we hinted before was remarkable for the solemnity of his Carriage and countenance. While the worthy pastor Solace himself with a Nap after supper in the ing Back in an Arm chair two of these with very different from those he had experienced on the Prece Ding Day. It will take the five Dol thought he to publish an advertisement and remove these suspicions from my character and so i must still Weir the same old Rusty breeches deplorable circumstance the impatient bridegroom and his amiable Bode eagerly welcomed or. Drummond who now took his seat and prepared for the solemn ritual of marriage. He Drew Forth from his pocket prayer to his utter astonishment a pack of cards clubs were Trumps or at least the Queen of clubs was uppermost How portent Iotis now said Hezekiah i believe that i am really Over like be tempted of Tho Devil no one else could have possibly conveyed his books into my so saying to threw the whole pick into the Lichen file from which they were presently delivered by Black Tom As soon As the Prea Cher had turned his Back for Tom was particularly Ion of a game of All Louis thought it Hie cards should be destroyed. Well what was to be done fora look have you no player Book about the House asked Hezekiah. No books were to be found but Walker s diction Ary Comly s spelling assistant and Murray s introduction none of which would exactly answer the purpose. At the bridegroom ventured to enquire if the marriage Coti Lff not be performed without a Book. No said Hezekiah it is impossible a marriage without a booze is like a horse without a Tail it is very unseemly but perhaps you can Bor Well contented and that is the end of the history. I la thy an incident of the Battle of on the 25th of july 1814, the bloody Battle of Bridgewater and Lundy s Lane took place near the Banks of it was six o clock and a sultry evening when the British forces under general Drummond advanced to meet the american columns and a Moie deadly contest never raged on tie soil of our beloved country than that which commenced the Roar ing Cataract lost in Elf in the booming of the voices of Many Waters Aud the voices of Battle Sang Bass tie dead slept in Sweet forgetfulness upon the Moon it the first brigade under general with Towson u artillery and a body cavalry sustained the attack of Fie British army for an hour unaided. Gen. Ripley with fish troops novy arrived and relieved general Scott while tha latter with his exhausted brigade formed a Reserve in the Var. The British artillery had taken Post on an Eminence at the head Lane and were Poui ing Forth a deadly fire on the ainu Picans. Gen Brown the com Mander of the am incan forces seeing the terrible havoc made by the enemy s Cannon concluded that it was necessary to dislodge1 them or Retreat. It was a dreadful duty. The troops that were to March up Lundy s Lane might Well say their Pray a and make their wills before moving. It was certain death to every second Man of the forlorn Hope. As the Corn manding general Rode along the foot of the Hill in thoughtful mood he saw the Piave colonel advancing at the head of his newly raised and the Nevei Dawn Wheir the hero of Lane shall forgot ten by an american citizen. We gig t t o by i the services of the Brave. May the Jawed Circle the Victor s in Lite and at last hang upon a broken column Over a romantic incident. We clip the following from the new York sunday recommend it to the attention of our female readers. There is a space of Fornance in the Story that gives it a and As hings do not occur every Day in the Medly and cold realities of life we think it a seek be Ortte rarer beast affair Bouse i found that he liked her yet Factor As mrs. C., than As or. Pel sing that by virtue thereof he pro posed a renewal of their terms of part Herb Hopr which was accepted and that on last tuesday week or. Maui land the late or. Joha peking became Hus band and this is the first instance we belie a regiment for further 01 Ders. He Rode up to Hirn. Will you Advance and capture that Battery said the Gener Al. I will try said the modest colonel. The general Rode on and the regiment gallantly wheeled and moved up Lundy s Lane. At every Rod theart Iuey on he sent its Mes sen Gus of Deal i through the dense column but still there Xmas no flinching. The voice of the Noble Miller As he waved his sword before the bloody Gap was heard uttering the and expressive orders steady around him the Flower of his regiment fell like the withered leaves of autumn but he heeded not his loss he was ordered to Lake the Battery Upan the Hill and he intended to do it. He advanced there fore coolly and steadily to his abject. Amidst a tremendous Blaze of artillery and at the Point of the Bayonet to car n height. It was a Gallant deed. On the eve. William Ash Thomas Mowitt to Charlotte Conroy both o f this City. The above marriage was consummated in this City on last tuesday week and thereby hangs a tale which May he Worth the attention of the lovers of the e marvellous. Or. Mow it is a Respecta ble Boss Shoemaker who keeps men employed and among the rest was one named John pulsing who 1 and ingratiate himself so much in his favor by his fail bulness Industry Aud so Briety that he took him in partnership about three years since and had no cause to regret his kindness from that period or. Mowitt and or. Pul sing were constant Friend Sand compan ions boarded in the same House until about twelve months since when one Day they were sub ceded for a Cor Oner s inquest was about to be held on the body of a Man that had been taken out of the Maiden Lane Dock. The deceased had All the appearance of a regular Dock Loafer and it was the opinion of All present that be had fell into the slip while in a state of intoxication but the verdict which was Given in a few minutes was merely found the jury being dismissed or. M. Turned round to look for his Friend and fellow juror had been at his site till that moment but he was gone and he thought him running at Al most full Speed up Maiden this struck Hihi As being curious and it also reminded him of another Curi Ous fact at least curious As taken in connection with his sudden namely that when or. Pulsing had first glanced at the face of the Corpse he started and turned deadly or. M. Then proceeded to. His boarding House and thence to his store to look for Bis partner but he was to be found at neither nor did a return that night nor the next nor the next and two Mouths passed away without bringing any intelligence of him during which time or. Mow it had fully made up his mind that theire was some mysterious connection Between his Friend and the Man that was found drowned and Brut in consequence Ali Eief or. Pulsing had in All probability made away with body of her own husband or a Young Man was married to his own master. The lady by the Way is very Good looking and still on the Safe tide of thirty. In a recent speech to the ladies of Kilkenny use of the following language As beautifully expressed As it is original in Concep Tion. Or. O Corriell is at this time the orator of the world and Freedom and May be said to be a living impersonation of eloquence. Unlike Al most any other he is at Home ii Circle and whether pouring shed periods and nervous invt. To the startled Mons or dealing in the Good Humoured Slang and familiar double eni Endres in the presence of the workmen of Cork he is alike in every place. We can conceive no Richer treat than to have heard1 him deliver this exquisite passage. Observe the Fine figure in Caster intelligencer. During the lengthened period of my existence i have been in Many relations with the higher and nobler sex. I am a grand father and know what it is to love and How Sweet it is to hear the chirping of a grand daughter to an old Man s ear. One of mine the eldest a a Bright eyed entering into All the happiness which life can give to a Young heart bearing its first affections and a Kindlien glow never warmed my heart than when she clasps the neck of her Grandfather. I did enjoy the of of a sister who loved me More than i deserved and when i could not love her i half so much As i do now. I wept Over the Graie of my sainted to thei Early instructed and brought up my infant Rii ind to the possibility of failure but the impossibility that the lessons i received could tarnish the morals or Vittore of her sons and i do sincerely believe that when at her last expiring breath her sainted soul pour Foi Ili a Blessing on Rny head what of san Superior in temerity Tain Day in s any bet Fer Success the fretted the Bride looked Pale or rather Given the company regretted the delay of the entertainment and the priest trembled for his five dollars. So the wedding was completely at a Slop and it finally determined a a at Toulon As the morning dawned a his it to Mouth to the hopeful heir holding on to the j1 was 8een of his coat. At the door of mrs. Bruggler a i always suspected the sly looking old lady like a careful 8oat 8h raid Miu Jemima ise her Waw As Mullet this comes of living single there Are so Many Fine girls wait year to be be Bhe can make it. That it should be postponed to the next Day which was sunday when hey might All go to meeting at and after meeting was out they could be married infallibly. And Tho t Hezekiah shall then have an Unity of saying something in defence of my on the next Day the Bride bridegroom and preacher appeared at the Church or meeting House in the town of a and were edified by a most excellent Sermon from the Rev. Or. Snuffle Funk after which the Rev. Or. Hezekiah Drummond ascended the eyes were fixed on him with different emotions some persons pitied others Many condemned. He honest confusion and in a tone of deep feeling with a half choked utterance. My friends and Brethren i wis married in Ireland so but my wife died one year before i came to this since which time i have never been a Rake so help Ine god. I hone now von will believe me inno Retreat. It was a dead Zinaich to glory Yea at every step to ipad rank trod upon the dead and dying and the groans of suffering humanity mingled in with the hoarse rattle of the drum. When the conqueror with his Rem Nant of a regiment trod upon the Heits at the head of Lundy s Lane and. Turned the Cannon upon the astonished enemy a death struggle ensued be tween the american and British armies. These guns will decide the Battle they must be regained or the army of Britain will be cat to pieces and if regained he americans will be con such were the thoughts of each general. Now came the Iron Gripe of War. A terrible conflict raged upon the height an when the morn ing Sun arose upon Bridgewater soldiers friends and foes Lay sleeping in gory death upon the Hill Side in Lundy s Lane. Surely Battle of 3ride will never be forgotten by the Patriot the historian or the poet and while the laurels of a Scott and a Fri Psuey Are Green and unfading let us not forget that the Gallant is alive and that his country owes him a debt of gratitude which she can repay. She however her and asked for or. Pulsing. She was told Par of his store. And he inquired. Not or. Mowitt. I know said the lady. He has not least to my answered or. Mowitt. But i am what proof eve Success i Bate had through life was Owins. To her last pleasing though melancholy lesson. I have read the pledges of a wedded love in Thuve daughters whom perhaps with the erratic instinct of paternal affection i Hare deemed the fairest As they certainly Are among the gentlest of the sex. I have been a by i say have been of am her husband still the grave is Between us but the that binds our souls Anil my nope i look her s. I what j i Viva Auu a Lauri v no an one and the same person and strange As it May appear to them. Of they hatched Over our "f3 i t the cares of month Well the question then was Sheib and Hie furrows of manhood sheeted or or. Pulsing was a gentleman or a and supported bid even snooty Jay and to turned put that she was o de the dreary s sign to iead8 to the Pothas been Wash t John pulsing at but Char mistaken when he Sung was the w Idow of the pan Jahaf had been Coy an lard to found drowned. The then stated that i her husband who was a Shoemaker in that calumny upon their Virtues Philadelphia ind to whom the ha3 a an fat a a -1___ t Tuul Lelieu herself in men s clothes and ran off to this City to be More out of the t reach of her lord and. Here As a Peperati despair we have seen she got into the employ ment and remained in the Confidence of Movitt until the time of the s inquest immediately after which or. Perish in proceeded to Philadelphia where 1ewsp4pers

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