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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 29, 1852, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania2v Lamton newspaper Djeu Oice to news 2ut0, science that country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest Wellsboro thursday april 29, 1852. V Niril committee met on then ,1 la merchant s hotel in pm Nindel i nent or hirer to p if Iii pm in Inna in of n Climi renin Hon. Messes Vernon Curt Piliu Dilphia or stain or Pirko of Harris or my of or Welsh or Jirec of Westmoreland or nil to 1 my or Kevin of Susque r Greene or Lambor were by Oiler m m Nice of Phililp Plua and we ii a l. I in in he Titi a Cist of i re appoint d editions were received and r a 1 pud the Ilia a Mctoy Cillin the Dein critic electors of Pennsylvania for the last Twenty five years proves it As an incontestable fact. He was five times chosen to the House of repro Enta. Lives in Congre a the lust time under cecum stances which nude his election a Triumph to the Fri Piid of Jackson such As no other Man in the Sute had achieved no appointment which president Jackson made give More plea sure to the people of the stale than tint which showed his Confidence in or Buchanan by Mak ing him minister to Russia he was three times elected to the Senate of the United states on Honor Winch Pennsylvania has never con f. Rred on any other Man his appointment As scr diary of slate by or Polk was Well known to have been made with the warm con Currence and approbation of general Jackson and it Aneth no could Hove increased nor affect i Tio Nate regard for the hero and statesman of the his uniform endorsement of or Buchanan i would have had that Fleet but better and i More direct Chi dance than Ull this of or in Chanin s Tom dig at Home is afforded by the Ali n of the people on the Verv question of the or. Buc Linnan -. Friends in Penn be three times presented Hun As i r the a Ual pledges for pub Ica that of great of Bce and each time talus and the Snake bit irishman. A Jolly parly of sportsmen made up of Veteran Hunters Ripe fur sport and Lull of fun were enjoying them solves for a few weeks in the mountains of Montgomery county Tennessee a raw boned loquacious irishman uninvited quartered himself in their Camp and in and Dinon to being a nuisance when awake snored so Tern Ricilly when asleep Oslo drive tired nature s swept restorer from All others pit was afraid of snakes generally and of d snakes in particular and the awful yarns he Beard in the Hunt r s Camp waked a in Ike in every hair of the irishman s held after listening one evening to a few yarns on these much dreaded Snake subject this fre h son of the Sod prepared to turn in he rally crawling All Over Coin Ting his beads and his chances of Beina Snake bit before Day and tucking in his Blanket an j i Hing the sowls fall the snakes in those parts in in a place j cd Iierman submitted the following Ai c Vunich Vav i read and Unm Mously adopt to lilo pc Jill of tic Init cd t to Siy the spam icy w uld Eland but a they wire Tum med by the full tide of Public Chine in a natural Torpi Dity approbation the greatest arid be1- Tnp of the nation have been set up Agam to him and vim supporters Tot m the e people in the fellow i tuck the rpt Lral committee ,1 i Humlie any it Pinn Sylvan a nit i v it i invention which a bpm bled it ii in ll1 m n the Union to my i ii i he fell Uslip and nov the storm began his snoring grew of March lost hive o Ibur con to Lents and to their relating to the que lion of the the parly in this state has Huic v i v r Ira i u is n w n i in r to u _ re e1 f la Lull p t1 i j in i n lot i Pennsylva for ten car list Jinns in isome of the Stuever Anil a few of or by anal minus hive endeavoured to pro Siom Brood Abalhe is not p us Neivi so fir As to As Ert Tecl b cd i i not carry the Elco in 3 Bute 1 r of line id to give that r nun i in Aid emphatic ten radiation i r in inn c-1 my m t i r l to in Ciesin ,1 incl Iii i _ a w i n t b in Hiru r 1 in pm irn i and so v Tollit Walt arc it i t i i the n nil cation of i v m r. No mid would be tin Opin to p p m tru Aid Zeilous i re of 1 Moc Ritie principles at to t c met e la i re it be Ity of i is Frei lie ill i 1 no i n Dikiy. R inc of the i r v v the Amiin it weak Calida Alp in tit in Mcrice i in Mph it ii in in Lulu tin r betlitci1 v tried lode1- of tin Hopes of our polm n n mitc to to nil into i Topi a on them i j ,1 Prill in hat v r1 we feel that n i no ii Nelv i i t1 St i n p it i line Inisi i in 11, to h r d. O in Imp i pressed by their is a Miry of the j county and Biate conventions no name i stood Ofa moment Bufort the Competition of 1 Bis f irl Essly assert that since the Days i of i ton Thorp ins lived hut one Man in i any Pirt of the Union who could Rivil or by Chinan m the infections of ins Oivin site we hive not you for the Purpo a of proving tint i Chims to the presi Poncy Arp e pulled to respect it you doubt ins Tal edits his pit Nolian and his hone by our Nappal of tins time of Day would by in vain if his life of labor in your Cau a and ours hns made no favourable a narc in n on the country u is too late to create a reputation for Linn nov he by for with something better than a character or else with none at ill that is worthy of your attention we ask you to subject ins life to the severest Inq Iii to m thit Justice will allow and if h does rot us Tain it up pct him but we Demind that he to in 11 not be Slick Down by paltry slander ind least of All by the a urd falsehood which clip rite bin Wanh want 1 of i in ache Bowling sup and sink like Aid True am Leing arranged j Forh no note 01 Vii h 1 quit la. Coi Pirilli Laid Clown it the pm b it a Fly i lint if sur army off clip Ion Iii one of let stage Horn in rps with the j3 Tondu Cluj v is it l in Fine vipa variation pm Roi Rcd out at Orp a Creise top syrup which is merely i a that his undergone a a pram amount of eve a portion must be carefully slim crawled up Rny breeches and is lying Elf foot tips and an extra if Mlo a double Bow knot around my body Nood built under it s Nee the Refus termination become poor wrecks and Are kicked about through the world As Mere Tols of Little value to anybody the proportion of successful Ronen in the world Are As ten to one in favor of those who set out in Early life to learn a Trade Romp Sion or calling with a Deler Minalynn to Illow it As a source of at least until insure judgment and age May safely dictate a hang Over those who spend their minority in hit inn about from one business to another even the Bov who decides to be a Farmer so. Uld make up his mind Early in life to that effect and at once set about acquiring habits of Indus by Economy perseverance and a knowledge apr cultural science that he May Pur be it with pleasure and profit. Few persons who bus Mart out in Early life a failure of heir existence but i i thrive become Intelli ends m to be perpetuated ban or hip Lon go Vlaj he irishman Wilh every word a forums boiling would fill the of nation May do the democrats of Pennsylvania Julg n Tho with and a running f Annj n3hes an indefinite number beat their pots ready to Flor term Tsitir Oij his slims with p Parons Are then carved from the nearest Chip they Law tvs hive awoke him Quick and Wie in it quite Cut of order to cat sugar with whole t uly Mil to present As t rent and attain comfortable circumstances be ire the of tools of age begin to Settle upon their Heads. Are these remarks m their Gen enl sense found to be True let the Reader who Lias attained the age of Twenty five or whirly Vears answer. That answer will be an emphatic is then Why Are so Rainy Heads of families fail Mir to fir in the minds of their children tint fixed Ness of purpose so necessary to Cess h 3 this grand total of neglect to to Nib is for some which has u mighty influence in peopling this world with vagabonds and botches in mind in Lull t Chancie and m mechanical and protes Sonol skill it is truly lamentable that such i vat a the Duke of Anhalt Debs eau for the first time. Two the King of Denmark and the elector of Hesse Are Mart pm mar fanatically and one the Sultan lives in polygamy one the King of Hanover is hopelessly Blind ten out of the thirty nine sovereigns who Are married or who have been so have no children 1 Wenty six have cons who Are heirs presumptive. Thrones that of Brazil and Llinat of spin will descend to daughters As the emperor of Brazil and the Queen of spam have no cons of the Twenty six hereditary Fence Jereral Are married the oldest is thirty four years of age and vhf youngest he hereditary grand Duke of Mecklenburg Schwenn lemme months old. The Princess expectant of spam is younger still however having been born on the 20th of duct Niber lat Eif Chieen of the forty six sovereigns have no descendants who can succeed them. Eleven will be succeeded by their Brothers two the King of Denmark and the Duke of Modena by their and one e Ector of Hesp. By his Cousin four the Pope of Rome the Dukes of Brunswick and of Anhalt Fernburg and the pm grave of Hesse Hamburg have no ctn nuts or collateral who can succeed them. Farmers. Adam was a Farmer while yet in parades and after his fall was commanded to earn bit bread by the sweat of his brow. Job the honest upright a and patient a firmer and his Stern endurance has pawed into first movement in Bud ins hand on to e Nice cold Coil at his Side hissing out a Tern is it Clum motion from Between his clenched Teeth he Mode a bound lint carried him my hip ton f. It pc Cut a a he 115 Rampart Between the constr Tut Ion and its toes but it Are permitted to do Battle under the leadership of their own a Elloul citizen the Vivell tried Friend whom they it new and Trust and will of inn Camp and with i Loice that straight j hair a setts and add thousands to thir out no Coil and made the Snike s Tail i Tyc ack like a cart whip i his give them an Opp Ortu i Olie will blaming look behind he Tore t pm Idle claim Tor our my. Not Only to vindicate him but to Demon the rapidity of lightning around the unmet r Loo to be i Iritz Bow file in the Dishorn ring Conrge i Ciuni dirty feet across an at ,1 in r bom u s Ngann then of being so ignorant so in Ever bound so Linz or Rill r Miia Ion it tin 01 so ungrateful As not to appreciate a in the my och holy mop in him in Lyhl Nyhl l r p it inn in us til a i a i r i operate on in r n Zulj p r i m to tame with you an Miave i in int u a of you in cd my a v us take us Llie perils 1 v l u i t up i la v l at i cd inns Vuil u it msgr tatar inn tint e i r non i u 1 t in to at c or Iio Iii la on Nul d if the or d of Impi ily k to luvs to t w Are n t m. R jiidlnisbu1 e c i i t 1 now i t i t la i id i Llinat Nuie tenths of the Pilver a ill ii Ion Beul so i in it of enc of our own Citi cd All Irp world b ule their heart will throb to meet the Pii Corint r on Ucli terms there will by a Plure in the strife which id to be crowned with n Victory like tint adapted by Pul n and pub the Paionk Tare h i in to jibletb1 a what a what bite in to to either Retikis Wilh a run Cali Lees och inert lick fut loner if he a fit " on miking luf last circuit he run through a Pirt of the in us Dertnig Camp spoon of Bill or Iron or in Tania Metal or in fact Vittli any spoon save the Spatula inked article in one slut j i a Tien nutters Irp in this of prepared Ness word is tics pitched to the House for All j who choose to and Iphy Arp not a few a number of is Are frequent la in waiting sugar time Beir g As grud us a Ingace up i tre Semiw the Nir Mory of fire fill in Nils and l gladly do til obey the summon and pm oily do tiny Bear he saucers that Are to hold their store of Booty o those delightful after oms in the Bush the dead lives milling the Reid the fallen1 types who a trunks offer the i. St luxurious of cushions the Golden Sun Shire and Blue sky the soft airs Vav under number of Young persons Are growing up like a Herd of cattle to be driven through the Worl i pretty much in the same manner. Why have we such a multitude of poor mechanics t Man in a great measure because they have never served that Lime and paid that attention to their business Vav High they might and ought to have done they have neglected to enlist a ten their minds Annj purify their Morak in a manner calculated to Facht it and improve the labor of their hands Why have we such a Host of inefficient Schnol teacbprs1 because they hip never qualified them elves for Liev. Cotton Why Are so Many thousands Makin re Bare and hard ing by Ppd lung along and trip ing off their commodities by various Smill Ope rations1 by co Rainy wandering about vivit i Cut knowing to what to turn their Why so Pniny who must to the keeping of of ters shops Beer shops groceries sic in make a living pc Iii they _ c i in p .0 sni Penu state comm Tipp of i fire the the end of the in nip i Juht ii pleasant odor of the boil intr 185.3, 3 l Hirst Rii Unrun on the 17th april a 0 juju hed b order of the Coin Millee Sec elites it lit v my can be in i r i i a i it i t p i i i Iii i i u n i n in Pujic my Privitt fur a a meter of a i n Ury i o r a tint la re. F urls of a con tally can sen from among ill be Pip and Conin g log in t in m All p Birtsol the state tin a tort Cut d Llin c i to Iii nos l Murp in Vinci i Zolj i Hotle is tilling thin the n Llinat tit have c Une m by Clen n a Iii it is known to tolerably Well m Cin cd Man in Tho country i hot there is no n in be found in or Buchanan s of it Macler which would Hue the Cost Tonden by to Mike him unpopular ii great talents a he Hai been faithful to Corv Iru l which he ins been charged Tubutis m ii we Iii a re solution Avis passed req Post no the Dile gites Leciej to represent Pennsylvania at the bi1 More convention to Issue an address to their m ova members of the convention and to the i Ion the committee resolved to meet at barn n s hotel in the City of Biltmore on the 1st d in of june next at 9 o clock a fire tins Bru Ifft a Row terror and induct m Cut for h m to put on and Ineree his pm 11 Lump round he went lies a fiery Sarpin och a further Howly he Carne a to see Bow to bite by oct help i m Swallie wed jump but my he id tread on his body fiery Ull will jees1 try to sip me " then As if trin ported with n w life and Bhoot im1 but Don t shoot at his head Sloot shoot " a nov Here was a picture there Ford the of o order a Cir qualified Tript psehes for useful eff Clai some thoughts n the attention of a colors in ladies dresses. Incongruity May be frequently observed in the adoption of colors says mrs Ernfield in the it i Moi without reference to their acor Dince with the comp exion or Siatte of the Vav purer we cont Billy see a Light Blue Bon net and do prs surrounding a billow countenance or a Pink opposed to one of a glowing red while his Eves Careen Lynnd closely one in head thrown Bick printing scream alter Preim Here Lay Jim w on his Bick no his Rcpt Ogi inst a tree his arms elevated like a child s when he wants you to help him and it was scrim after scream with Jim All s funds at All Ordinary laughter had ceased and the present notes would have rendered immoral the Fame of a dozen pint lips accompany Ltd in their concert by the fog whistle of a Steamboat yonder stands Jim Jim with his legs about a Yard apart his hands on Ini hips so ii Inu at regular intervals of about five Sec ii Nap the same Islona veets the of replenished with syrup Anil Mold up the Vav inn and Cream melting in the Annulli the merry voices of the Porty and the Lipitt faces of the lumps aug is who tend hip Kettle All the a forma picture whose remembrance this cold Dav pauses a Ping of regret As i compare it Wilh ibis Weir s proceedings no Pic Wood walks no guests no mild Tpring Westlur have we bad Only a Kettle of syrup has Hung Olive the u Clieo and i have tried a spoonful now arid then see it it were thick enough o miserable Ninast but h is Early in the Seison yet and her Days May be in store when we shall have in friends about and in their Good company a the memory of our solemn dread and now having trespassed Long enough on our forbearance 1 will say Frond by v Catherine cd Tad profit like the a in int of Pire its a Ltd Socrates was a Farmer and yet wedded to Hia calling the glory of his immortal philosophy. St Lake was a firmer and divides with prometheus the Honor of subjecting the of for the use of a Man Cincinatus was a Farmer and the noblest roman of them All Burus was a Farmer and the found him at in p and filled his soul with poetry. Washington was a Farmer and retired from the highest earthly station to enjoy the quiet Rural life and presents to the world a spectacle of human g ettness 1 o the in names Mav he added a Host of others who sought peace an j repose in the cultivation f their Mother Earth the enthusiastic Lafay Ettee the St Adrast Pickering the Scholastic Jeff person the run Stolph All found an Al Dorado of con Lalion from Lile s cares and rubles in the Green and verdant lawns surrounded their homesteads scene1 in a court at san Francisco. Enter Captain in custody of marshal judge Captain there Are very charges brought against you spitting in a Man s Bis kicking him. Arp they True Captain will our h mor allow me to ask Vona marshal a question1" i Ceri amly i or marshal will you please to slate 10 the court whether the person who made ten Neil Olu of Bui tins has Ucen he fact of in had worn a Iran Parent White Bonnet or if Liming Bishul demo cents those who have the glowing red complexion Lead to favourites h Jive been to by Means of a Bonnet of a deeper red is the rough Brake j if the Pale lady had improved the Cada rough 1 o say that Vertu Hue of he r countenance by surrounding the i Ople s Greate to favourites h Jive been to by Means of a Bonnet of a deeper red the Mist it the ro11ph Brake 1 color j Inch virtue must go through 1 o say that Vertu h of ibis will be at All influenced Tweti Green which by contrast would a Cherruy unders which personal malice or it with a delicate Pink Hue or had p us in Lilily can Coin so easily is an insult upon to Cir intelligence and Justice so Gross that inv a right to repel it with Indiana imn Havo yet to learn that any of or by Clunan b competitors for the nomination have shaped 1 ii Universal late but when we do Llinat Eitner of them has passed through by a trn Clion we Are prepared to express our conviction that such a Man is unfit and unworthy to be Tho candidate of the democracy i r Tho office of president woot whom nil men Puppak Well among Elm Enthof popularity which or Buchanan combines not the least is Tho character of inc opposition to him. It is not based on any , Vav Inch if True would prove him to be Wini Inq m honesty ability and Fidelity to the c institution and Eli Vvs Only that he has been Fenrle Csc no faithful in Tho performance of his Nical dunce it is absurd to believe that a Cist m such a Mould could fail to enlist the enl i Islic Aupperl of a people like ours thus far we have dealt in arguments a Priori m reasons which Thow How utterly improbable it that our candidate can be no other than the mis popular Man among to but Tho history whose red and White nature s own Sweet and cunning hand Laid on been arrayed in a Light Blue or Light Green or n a transp irent White Bonnet with Blue or jink Flowers on the different and Low much More agreeable would have been to impression on the Spectator How Quentlyn again do you see the dimensions of a Mil and Embo Point figure magnified to almost bread Ignagni proportions by a while dress or a Small woman reduced to lilliputian size by a Black dress now As the optical effect of White is to enlarge objects and that of Black to diminish them if the Large woman had been dres sed m Black and a Small woman in White the apparent size of each would have approached the Ordinary stature Fand the former would not have appeared a Giantess or the latter a Dwarf a certain Cockney bluebeard overcome by his sensibilities fainted at the grave of bus fourth spouse. What shall we do with him asked a perplexed Friend let him cried a waggish bystander hell Boon ret Cive course of Paddy round the Camp after run round it about thirty times the persecuted non flew off in n tins it into the dark Woods and the Medley sounds of smoke " murlher1 "fiie1" gradually died away in the distance and the Hunters were alone. Said Jim a after stopping his laughing Hiccough Mph i though i could up an end to that snoring the next evening the Pat Lander was seen travelling through knot Ville Wanh a bundle under one Arm and a huge shillelagh in the other hand poked out before him in a half defensive half exploring attitude when he was hailed by Archy me with which Way. Paddy casting around at tin speaker a sort of hang dog sultry glance h growled Forth a word at a Nouli Ireland by St. Patrick where there s n snakes " you cannot say Snake to either member o the party yet without its costing a set of ves buttons or producing a Stich in the Side. Don t you think my execution of Othello capital performance1 it is in my line is it not1 asked an eminent tragedian of Cooke we replied the provoking Munster All exec Lions May be considered capital performances and your performance of Othello is certainly o that class for you execute him in your line s effectually that As soon Ai you Lay hands Upo him he is no after live go in new be came to the con a Temperance joke. Joe Harris was a whole fouled fellow and very fond of a Glass Orleans Lor Many year Ivision of visiting an old Uncle away do in Vlaszac Buselt whom he had not seen f r years. There is a difference Between new or eans and Massachusetts in regard to the use of ardent spirits and when Joe arrived there and found All the people run ind about temper Ance he Felt bad thinking with the old sons hat keeping the spirits up by pouring the spirits d in was one of the Best ways to make Ime pubs and began to far indeed thit he was in a Pickle but on the morning after his arrival the old Man and his sons being out at work his aunt came to him and 1 Joe you have been living in the South and no doubt Are in the habit of taking a Little some thing to drink about eleven o clock now keep some Here for medicinal purposes but be no one know it As my husband wants to set the boys a Goon example Joe promised and thinking he would get no More that Day took As he expressed it a bus Ter after that he walked out 10 the stable and who should he meet but his Uncle. Well says he i expect you Are accustomed to drink something in new Orleans but you find us All Temperance Here and for the Sake of my i Don t let them know that have any Brandy about but i just keep a Hill out Here for my rheumatism. Will you accept a Little v Joe signified Fin readiness and took another by Horn. T3hen continuing his walk he Cam a adhere were mauling Raila. Atle conversing awhile one of Hia cousins Joe i expect you would like to have a Drin length of speeches. The Savannh Republican at the close of certain ver approx rat re Niroj upon the terminable length of modern con Gresio us speeches Sims. 11 demo thenes ind Mirabeau Seldom never spoke longer than Twenty minutes while Wash. A. To Goth and Franklin required Only fix or Eihl was armed or not when he Cam to express All tiny had to say will not Mem no ship accompanied by hers pattern after these great men or will be was armed for i handed him they is i Oine of them do insist unon sep Akuin q Revou or which replaced in his through top two and three divs1 minute of does Jour Honor think it Proba sufficient for for Malm but Days Are re i to tilt a Voth a six barrel revolver in Hia quire by modern Oritor i allow another to spit in his face 1 he Richmond Dis Pilch i Are him1" we have no Means of ascertaining the no air length of Mirabeau s speeches since we have i d did he deserved it Captain you Are Ever seen one of them fully reported. Some acquitted of the charges Good by a May be conceived however of those of be i sir diking hands 1 wish you a pleasant to Phenoi in this particular since a number of and prosperous voyage. Lem have come Down to us entire i he lie ultican certainly labors under a i take Wanh regard to that orator his style it is True sententious in the extreme yet he very often Al Iverd orations quite As Long As the to Horny f those which we meet with in the newspapers the present Day. The famous speech for a pleasant Man. He is n most Lively Good Humoured and plea Sant Man who bears the ills of life As if they were blessings and seems to take the rough and smooth with an equal countenance. This soft Wenty minutes would Nave in Neu Uinci Alion of one thousand words not English Hetro Warfor a Vanc a contains nearly Twenty i of untended the Best gift that n4 Housand word and hid it been delivered in j lure can bestow on her children in Lightens the Howiand work an the pro. J Burden of care and turns every fable and words not English Hue of memory to Bright and splendid colors word fur the most part Long Thun Tuere is no one i enjoy so much As i do by the minute. A Ger Cap and Bells is a Crown to he a tune upon a Haa been Many Yeara in Veolet is a concert if the Ahmea he a reported in the Senate says thai or web Ter sports himself in its Beims if the storm Cornea Speaks about one Hundred Narf Twenty five words he skips gaily along and when he wet to the n a minute and or Clay probably one Hun skin it on y serves to make out a pleasant Irod Anel fifty now As was Story while he is drying himself at the fire. If noted for the impressive delve you Are Dull after dinner he will get him up and rehearse half a dozen scenes out of a play and do it Well and be pleased with Hia performance As you can be. Wii All theae companionable talents he is neither Forward noisy or impertinent but on the contrary very con Vernable and possesses As pleasant a kind of lion Soine of his other speeches Are Ucli Good Breeding As any longer than Hia speech for the Crown she Dan a famous speech in the ease was five and a half hours Long. Burke s the Case of Warren a Stags generally a upon a tune. A nine hours loner. It is probable thai he did not speak More rapidly than or Clay who is likewise dist gushed by the same Quality if our Sugges Lions be True he spoke about nine thousand words an hour and was rather More than two hours the speech under consider speaking of courting says an Exchange re minds us of a Little incident that occurred in our of r icon Nyrl half or clan s Vamg he ventured to open a courtship. On the Tariff of 18u three and . in the parlor Thi great speech on the american m dozing in hic stir until to clock it Mains i arose and putting a Lour of Wood on the Fin Man r reply i f spa Fri
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