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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 4, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaR. M Eagle James v. Mag1ll, editor and proprietor. Tioga co., a. Dollars and fifty cents per an exclusive of cents deducted if the year and for Cash actually m and p be one dolby will be deducted 1 Ano paper discontinued until All arrearage Are unless at the option of the editor. Advertisements Noi exceeding twelve m erred three times for one for every sub Twenty five cents. Nooses not Tice Eding i lines inserted for Aeve Oty fire cents. The crr arge for one or three insertions the same. Iberal discount to yearly wb1tte1 for the Tiona Eagle. A tribute of memory. Thou Sha t wander by the gargling rills he i Oft in Early fiend ship we have strayed a the boners of Sylvan Graves alone 1 o Wake swept memories id their lonely of let Why thoughts on fancy s Wing return a those fair Days Bright and sunny boars when fondly we breathed affection s vow Xei my Mur no streams on Banks of smiling Flowers let not the paths our Vou Toful Steps have known lie and deserted now Bli Trace them Oft where modest violets Bloom Ai when i twined Sweet Chaplet for thy brow. Soil pm thy visits to the lonely Groves an i list the song our Sweet mistral Bird lest his wild notes in tubule should be Sung an-1 waste la Echo on the Hilt unheard. No when film in her Siber train i o his up the of the sky and Earth 9 Pale satellite in splendour Robed Alks gently o or the starry Plains on Lei the wrapped soul la dream a Elysian Burn. Ana thy Jovaag thoughts sublimely Lake flight re Nam Jerng still How Oft i be gazed with thee u i i Hoff Bright that deck the brow of night. When cheerless autumn s lonely sigh in Mournful cadence on the Distant Hills and mourning Birds in soft and plaintive Ulen their Sweet with songs of babbling one Pas ing my Friend i la Claici of line treasured line on memory s sacred Page Thil Inonu shall nut m other Days forget a Jeanng lies Thina Early i bought engage. In my Ury Oft to thee my trembling Lyre Trull x ii e in accents on to softest breathe of charms music of thy Tiv pen Sim took and Well remembered words. Lon Snail i court the fondly cd embed same Inch to my heart think own Bright image set and i enraptured on departed Hij inem Sweet visions yet. Foj ref i Bright sprit of Ideal Ong lilt the to j Wing and Bear thyself away to Maler c Mes where fairer skies than l m the Porta s of unclouded Day. L it Oft to i i Liliee on my native Bills or thu River of my Choice still roles i the haunts of and love u lure venturing magic Wand con Iron extraordinary Inland City. Ref Orleans a Lional in it sketch 0 col Homphan s late remarkable expedit 10" gives the following about the time col Doni min made his Reata i h a navajos a division of his com mini was entirely out of provisions and if Nii Jos supplied wants with liberality. A portion of the command together with co do Niban went to the City of the sums a Jiani living on the Rio Pincow which is Lup posed to be a Branch of lha Gayla made a treaty of peace Between the sumac and and then it turned to the Rio Del none these sum Ais unlike the navajos 1 be in a City containing probably 6000 in who support themselves entirely by agriculture. This City 11 one of the most i Rao Dmary in the a told it to divided to four to id squares having but two streets Dossing m Centre Al right angles All the build tags Are two stories High composed of unburnt Brick the first Story presents a lol j Wall to the Street and is to construct e to at Bach House joins until one fourth of a May be Laid to be one toe second stones Rue from this vast solid Structure Boas to designate each Bouse Lea ving room to talk upon the roof of the first to Between building the inhabitants of sumac enter the second Story of their building by ladders which they draw up at Ghl As a defence against any enemy that Ray be prowling about in this City were some Albino indians who have do doubt i ten Rise to the glory that there is living in Rocky mountains a tribe of White Abon e i the discovery of thu City of the will afford the Moil curious Specula. Among those who have go Long searched vain for a City of Hes indians who pos the manners and habits of the aztecs. No doubt we have a race Here living a lid the people when Cortez entered Mexico. It a remarkable fact that the summins have ice Ibe spaniards left the country refused Hare any Intercourse with the modern Mericus looking upon them As an inferior people. They have also driven from among Tern the priests and other dignitaries who formerly had Power Over them Aud resumed Oab Iii and manners of their own their great chief or governor being in civil and Reli e Ous head. The country round the City of in cultivated who a great Deal of care Petardi food not Only for the but for to tits of Abd sheep. A Yankee passing through the Miami Valley made Tai. Enquiry of a Young Farmer who hid just beep reply Nib Ibe inner Man with a drop of Cona Olatson i mister what is the product his Section of the country i Corn the Corn we bushels to Che acre and manufacture whiskey. To Bat ii waited for Tioga Eagle. To neros Jyh Titus science cite nature Alf amusement. Vol. 47.1 Wellsboro wednesday Jocom corr3epondbnce of the Tioga , july 21, 1847. Fiend the latest intelligence received Here by Telegraph in Advance of the mail from the seat of hostilities in mentions rumours that were prevalent their that the mexican government had acceded to the mediation of England that Ibe English Secretary of Lega too Aad been Down to Puebla and returned on the 2kb that the object of Bis visit was to negotiate Wilh can. Scott a treaty of peace that the terms agreed upon Between them would be the surrender of 1 be californian to the americans the r of the Independence of and he acknowledge ment of the line of 36 degrees As the North Ern Boundary Between the United Stales and Mexico. This line would give Santa be and Over a third of new Mexico to the uni slates the Republicano an influential mexican journal has no Faith in these rumours it denounces them As false but at the same time in such a manner As to betray its fears lest the rumours should be True. The existence of these rumours confirms the information derived from a distinct source in Vera Cruz t or. Buchanan s letter was transmitted through the English embassy. The same considerations May Lead the Reader to Allach some Faith to lha terms of the treaty which Are enumerated above. The eng is Secretary returned to the City of Mexico on tha 24th, and or. Buchanan s letter was published on the 25th. And at the Kama time these rumours obtained general currency. Almost every paper in the capital contains a summons for Congress to assemble for the purpose we presume of taking into consideration or. Buchanan s announcement of or Trist a appointment a correspondence in reference to which was published in the Washington Union a Day or two ago. It is cer Tain that no quorum had been up to the they have several times come very near if and there is doubtless a sufficient number of members in the City to form one seventy one Are six were present on the 25th the papers of the City also expect Bat the american army would move from Puebla by the end of june. They say not a word however in their late numbers of their own Means of defence or indeed of their own army. The Republicano says that ouf array is too insignificant Load Vance but Hopes it is True that Gen Scott intends doing so As it will afford a Good test of the Fidelity of those mexicans who have pledged themselves to defend the capital until death. This reads like a sneer at the mexican officers in a Short time we May calculate upon hearing not Only of the occupation of the City of Mexico by our army but of the organization of new governments in several Stales of Mexico Independent of the Central government and favourable to peace and Alliance with Ibe United slates upon our moderate and generous terms. The Force under Scott was about 6000 men the two generals of the Road would add 000 to Ibe number making a Force of 0000 men to March into the City of Mexico. On the 29th ult. There were at Vera Cruz in men who were to March in a few Days to join can. Scott. Some of the Mexico journals Are making merry at the idea that Gen. Scott will be disappointed m taking his 4th of july dinner in their capital it will Only be postponed for a few Days but that will give Bim a better appetite for it when it does take place. Or Kendall writing from Puebla on the 3d ult the talk now is of peace immediate peace with the great mexican nation and those who talked but a week since of revelling in Iba balls of the Montezuma now think they Are just Aboul As near the aforesaid Halls As they Ever will be what the propositions Are that have been made to Che mexican government few Bere know but what with British interference and the timidity of the mexican leaders they evidently been listened to. The peace party in Mexico want Santa Anna a and that of his followers and military aspirants in general and for that very purpose Buttle which alone Are desirous of another shall leave nothing of them and secure to them twelves not Only peace with the United state but h lawful civil govern ment at Home. Your old Friend Joseph c. Neal esq., for Many years editor of the Penns iranian and lately conductor and a weekly literary paper called meal s saturday died very suddenly on saturday evening last of congestion of Ibe brain aged 40 years mr.1 Neal Long been known As a writer of rare ability and contributions to Litera Ture under Tea title of charcoal Are celebrated for engine humor of a Peculiar character. He married but a few months ago b Young and talented Yoong lady who is left to mourn his untimely decease Well As a Lai it nimber of friends and acquaintances i several very heart losses by have occurred daring Tea past week. The Moat extensive was m in Corner of Callow Bill mod sixth streets were several explosions of Gunpowder took blame doing damage but destroying no there were 232 deaths during the past week of consumption to cholera inf Antum 49, diarrhoea 9, dropsy 11, dysentery 13, debility 7, inflammation 26, fevers 22, still 7, drowned 1. Adult 68, children in new York there were 432 deaths cholera inf Antum 45, consumption 36, convulsions 41, dysentery 16, Doar Rhea 19, fevers 66, inflammations 54. Adults 203, children 22 2very one who can command or borrow the amount Are escaping from the City to Ibe various watering places. Therp Are something Lik e from this City at Cape May alone. If our conscience was made of Indian rubber like our neighbors we Loo would to Dunge in Ibe luxury of a sea Balb but we prefer paying our honest debts to incurring Fuelber indebtedness to Aid in furthering the interest of Duns it is astonishing to see what changes the late letters of general Taylor Bave produced on the minds of those but a few weeks previous were most Voci Arrons in pressing him for the presidency the National whig in Ili shed at Washington the same paper Ich pronounced the general s letter to the Cincinnati signal a base forgery and All Tori tilt from beginning to end is now pretty la convinced that it is genuine but de res its adhesion to the nominee of the Reg Uli r whig convention. We it says Ley will nominate Taylor but if they Dot we will go for the 3ut ibis is but the beginning of the to Ere Are letters in town expressive of toy to s Strong adhesion to the Tariff of 1346 when these shall be made known As no doubt they will be in due Lime the lain Riali of the Early friends of general Taylo will be still More grotesque amusing and instructive. They will imitate the instructions of the dancing Back Eros and join you May depend upon Corwin and or Webster in the denunciation the War and every connected with it. Gen. Taylor is also a thorough anti Bank or an and goes most thoroughly with the bulb id All questions which Are considered v Tal to its interests. The idea that general Taylor is coming Home in november next is Al Bajc old rough arid ready will not leave the Field for an electioneering Campaign even if peace should be signed and Bis presence on the new Southern Frontier not required by the Overn rent in regard to the genuineness of Gen. Tay Igor s letters his handwriting is probably Ibe Ost difficult to imitate of any of our Public or officers. He writes in Large choral is and yet so close to Gerber that there does of seem to be space for the smallest inter meation As indeed All his letters Are Singu arly free from All corrections of that kind. The weather is excessively warm and we re kept continually in the melting mood hand in continue a nun longer however we fall have to become used to it and therefore a no More about u yesterday afternoon be imagined from appearances that we were oing to have a regular Thunder and lightning torm but it proved a Flash in the pan. It aimed sufficient Mowerer to Lay the dust for any or two. One of those cases that excites the pity of All True hearts was before the mayor this morning. A poor unfortunate and deluded country girl from Gettysburg a was brought up before his Honor on a charge of being a vagrant having been wandering about be streets homeless destitute and forlorn last night in All the Pella is of the pitiless storm. Poor deluded one her Story is enough o excite compassion in the breast of the most in hearted she is a Beautiful Rosy cheeked lass the daughter of a Clergyman in get Syburg were she was betrayed by a wretch u whom she confided and when Lovely woman Stoops to Folly and finds too late that men alas what Refuge is left for her what course can she pursue7 she de Pended upon the Honorof her destroyer who if deceit allured her from her father s Bouse and brought her to the great City under cloak of protecting her. But once Here be Deser her and she without a Friend to look to. Or a Bouse to shelter her was compelled to wander through the streets until taken care of by the watchman. If there is such a place As hell All its torments rack Ibe so til of such a villain. The news Bibe late Steamer is most cheering. It completely uses up the speculators. Flour h As fell per barrel since he previous arrival a Biclie effectually kills off the Brood of speculators All of whom had splendid in their mind s we begin to hear already of stoppages fail ures we Hare no pity whatever for such cormorants who would starve their own countrymen at any Lime to add to the Irown profits. They Are a Nealjr served. The Jurei eat exertion is made by them to keep up Price in this City which unfortunately of Fig to a Scarcity at the article and none a iving they Are enabled to do Bat it will Only be temporary. The beat fresh ground Enoa floor is Selling at wholesale for wheat a for 70 cents. The working classes can lire once More at Heie prices. Cato. Jimmy can you Tell what gave the name a weeping Willow replied he youngster because Yon gets Sticks off from to and 1 weeps when you Licki a Wilb Gate Bim am the Sec curved Success common Madden he imn Washin Ond ibo ugly Loi an Impo he was of the 6 one May Roar o Stormy Shook Lowed b impale Ger rest Agil of War volume was lag thought bom in drive i Quebec whom i August 4, 1847. Avo. 469. Mold at Beemis Heights. J. T. He a do t. Took Arnold s division away from ave it to Gen Lincoln so Bat when d Battle of the 7th of october of i the Best and bravest and most general in the army was without this outrage was enough to less Stormy nature than Bis and Diatel demanded passport to n. It was granted but on a Tec it be concluded it would have an to leave the army on Ibe eve of ant Battle and resolved to remain the Camp when the Cann Nading of october commenced and listened less with what feelings to the lie. Which was Ever music to his Ture. As be Thunder of artillery ground on which he stood i Fol rattle of musketry his e and excite men could fro no Ion red. He walked about in the Greet on now pausing 14 listen to the do watching the fiercely ascending of smoke that Laid where the fight g. A who can Tell the gloomy and fierce purposes were then there s maddened is Lerable to Brave to despair. The Bero of Champlain and Ridgefield to headlong charge a perilous March were a for the officier his b i hoi Helm in his almost Una called might who panted like a War horse conflict was Here doomed by an in commander remain inactive be followers were Rushing on death Bim and sudden resolves and Over in emotions kept up such a tumult Sorn that Bis excitement at length mounted to madness be longer to restrain his impulses he be the helpless Augereau for his horse vaulting to the Saddle be Rode for a while around the Camp in tempest of at Len the a heavy explosion of artillery making the Earth tremble beneath Bim burst o i his ear paused a moment and least 01 or his Saddle Bow then plunging his Rowels up to Ibe gaffs in Bis horse launched like a Thunderbolt away. He was mounted on a b i Dutiful dark Spanish Mare named Warren after the hero of Bunker Hill Wor thy such a rider and which bore him. Like the wild into the Battle. It w is told to Gates that Arnold bad gone to the held and he immediately sent colonel Armstrong after him but Arnold expect no Iii and determined not to be called Back a had been done before spurred furiously amid the ranks and As the former approach id him galloped into follies. And thus Ibe cd be was kept up and the fierce chief it All in his own Way. Goaded by disappointment almost to insanity Nutly resolved to throw away Bis life Al once Bis troubles and his career he shot fell thickest there that Black s seen plunging through the smoke them by his enthusiastic appeals led them to a last charge on the Camp itself. His sword was seen glancing like a beam of Light alone their serried next moment be Gal loped in front and Riding right gallantly at their head through lha devouring fire broke with a Clatter an d crash into the very Sally port of the enemy where horse and rider Sank together to the Good Steed dead and beneath him with his leg shattered to pieces the same leg that was broken at the storming of Quebec this ended fight and the wounded hero was borne Pala and bleeding from the Field of Bis Fame Only to awaken to Chagrin and disappointment there is but Little doubt when be violated orders and galloped to the Field be had made up Bis mind to Bury his sorrows and disappointments in a bloody grave. Re deals reaped Down the Brave fasl e his shout was heard ringing Over and tumult. He was no longer the skilful officer but Ibe headlong War Tain a rage Ai be eve and in where Meed v and we est Thi the Din Cool an Leas of life. His splendid horse was Fleck Eili with foam and it seemed impossible that his rider could Long survive amid the fire through which he so wildly galloped some if the officers thought him intoxicated so furious and vehement were his movements and so sweep Summ once the in Hind t loped fire of follow the i when ducted Ner e used i Baigel after him shouting like madmen. Thrilling his shout As with Bis sword no in fiery circlet about his Bead he Ned his followers to the charge wishing to go from one extremity of e to the other instead of passing be s troops he wheeled in front and Gal be whole distance through be Eross the combatants while a loud Huzzah him holding the highest rank on old his orders were of desperate for Tea who d and of was i line of length right three Fly up obeyed except bravest to fulfil receiving no orders himself he con the whole Battle. His frenzied Man citing appeals and fearful daring in new spirit into Bis troops and they etly beside himself be with so per excitement that he dashed up to an officer d not Lead on Bis men As he. Wished ened his Bead with Bia sword he Ery were present and pushed the first the enemy so vigorously that it Al gave Way. Burgoyne moving Bis ing to cover its Retreat he hurled regiments with such terrible Imp luos n it that it broke and fled while the British officers were making desperate of for s in other parts of Tea Fie i d to stay the de tide he pressed in after Burgoyna Ming Over and Clearing obstacle till at length he forced Bim e whole army Back into their tis fied Wilb ibis a prepared la storm my also. But once behind their in Tea British rallied cod fought he fury of men it doling for i anecdote. In a certain City in the Mississippi Val Ley there resides a very wealthy second actor whose houses and tenements Are legion. He employs several agents in different parts of the City whose duty is solely to rent houses and collect duties some Days since a tenant whose first Quarter bad passed without the first dime of rent was requested either to Fork or leave Prim uses. He de mired As a matter of course but finally agreed to quit and evacuate the Bouse provided of moving were assumed by the Zajd agent. The agent asked the employer How to treat Ibe extraordinary proposition. After some consideration terms were agreed to consoling himself that it would coat More if be resorted to More stringent measures o get rid of Bis unprofitable tenant. Accordingly the expenses of the moving were assumed and tenant very honorable complied with his agreement and left the said tenement Bui what was the astonishment of the landlord when he ascertained from another agent that the same individual bad rented and Laken Possession of another of in enemy nos on a different Street. He had lost three month s rent paid the expenses of moving and had the pleasant Prospect of another loss of an equal amount besides being most gloriously hoaxes and swindled. Not believe because a Man smiles upon and seeks your society that he is your Friend smiles and professions Alag Are so abundant Aslo be of no value he Only is your Friend whose heart is in Bis words acid whose actions illustrate them who stands by you through All Vic Issi Lades of Fortune in Sunshine and when you find such a being make Bim your second to him As to your very life for the jewels of the Earth Are scarce and therefore precious for be Sand of life but glitters in the radiance of a High enjoy men and even the Golden bowl is broken at he Fountain. Goofy advice and continue poor Young men while others around you grow Rich by disloyalty and fraud be without Power while others beg their Way upward Bear the pain of disappointed Hopes while others gain accomplishment of theirs by Flat Tery forego the gracious pressure of the bands for which olbers cringe and crawl wrap yourself in your own virtue seek a. Friend and your daily bread if you have in such a course grown Gray Wilh unbleached Honor bless god and die the Illy is expressed by the term Shusan in hebrew which denotes Light and is said to have its name from the property it possesses of reflecting Light. One of the Cap ital cities in Persia is named Shusan from the abundance of lillies of a Beautiful kind which grow in us neighbourhood. They were common in Judea and grow there in open Fields hence the allusion to them in the and Why take be thought for raiment consider the lillies of he Why or. A said a tall Houlb to a Little person who was in company Wilh a half dozen Hugh men i protest you Are so Small i did not Over the scene. Enraged at Tea Bosti Lacy of the ene and resolved to Mike Mare deeper Complete Victo it every Inch of ran tempest on a rallied a few bravest troops about him and routing like a six Pence not really Perceil than he whole o when he tear Poleon to Egypt their baggage wait formed no Sims but to ensure pro dered when Dan Lei Sivani a c literati proceed i la pm Etta Good flares that some pass Hii tillage Are perfect Northern paper a a liar a a his god. Nong six id but in fact Worth More d men accompanied a g a scientific commission carried on jackasses and the army array action 10 All Napoleon or r threatened. Iti Antt it the end the Centre of his Force. Western editor de Fiche Young women who the Arki on the River he Means says a be Angott. Cdr to Man and a Bravo to Gen. Taylor s scathing reply to a mexican officer. Oar readers says the Picayune May recollect that some time since our correspondent at Saltillo informed us of a great excitement occasioned there by the arrival of two mex ican officers from san Luis Potosi with de i Palchus from Gen. Taylor they were supposed to be propositions of peace but turned out to be solemn inquiries whether it was the general1 intention to conduct the War according to the manner adopted by Tea comanches the Wrath of Gen Taylor at this preposterous insolence of the mexicans was described As ludicrous but we have never seen Bis reply nil now in the mex ican papers lately received the Cor Respondence is Given in Spanish the let Ter to general Taj Lor was from Gen Mora y Villamil and dated 10.h May the let Ter is Long and we have no idea of translating it and the impudence of it Wasj Iol a Whit exaggerated by our correspondent the nature of it will be sufficiently disc noted by Gen Taylor s reply which we translate although we feel what injustice Bis terse and elegant style will suffer by the double trans lation. The letter is said to be dated Headquarters near Monterey May 10 1817 received yesterday communication of the 10th inel which informs Rue that you Are instructed by the president substitute of the Republic to address me with a View to demand from me a categorical my wishes and my los Truc ions Are to prosecute the War id conformity to Laws of nation s and As War in conducted by civilized countries or As barbarous tribes u on Amo get them selves it being understood that Mexico la disposed and resolved to accept the manner which is proposed or carried out and awaits the result in order to dictate its measures accordingly if these instructions were not communicated to me through an Eul Buri y As highly respectable As yourself i should refuse to believe they emanated from the chief mag Istrate of the Republic containing As in fact they do contain m my judgment an implied but not less deliberate insult towards me and towards the government which i have the Honor to represent viewing Fem in this iig4ii, i shall decline giving the categorical reply which is demanded of me which i to with the respect due to Bis excellency the president As you have thought fit to communicate to me the instructions of your govern ment at some length upon the manner in which the War upon my part i improve thu Opportunity to make some remarks upon the subject the outrages to Especial refer ence is made came to my knowledge alter they Hau been perpetrated and i car. Assure you that neither yourself nor the president of the Republic can have Felt deeper pain than that which i Felt on the occasion All the Means at my the limits of our Laws were employed but in the greater number of cases fruitlessly to identify and Ponish Thi delinquents i cannot suppose that you have been so ill informed As to be Lieve that such atrocities were by my Connivance order or const it or that they by themselves give an idea of the Man Ner in which be War has been prosecuted in this part of Mexico they were in truth unfortunate exceptions which i could not control. It appears to me in Point to inform you Bat from the moment Ibe american army set foot upon the territory of m Exico it has suffered individually the loss of officers end soldiers who been assassinated by mexicans sometimes almost in eight of their own Camp an outrage of ibis character preceded the melancholy affair of Catana i do not mention these truths with the View of justifying in any manner the practice of retaliation because my government is sufficiently civilized to make a distinction be tween Ibe Lawless acts of individuals and the Genera policy which governs the operations of an enemy but you have endeavoured to make a comparison Between our respective governments in to the manner in which they conduct the War which 1 cannot pass without remark in Lais connection it should be born in mind that the mexican troops have Given to the world the example of killing the wounded upon the Geld of Bat lie. An of have adverted to the requisition which i have made upon the people of these slates to make indemnity for the losses incurred by the destruction of one of our trains i take the Liberty of informing you that this was not the act of mexican troops exclusively but that the ranchers of the country were chiefly concerned in it and that the subsequent assassination and mutilation of the unarmed teamsters were marked by an atrocious Bai Banty unequalled id the present War a is with pain that i find myself under the necessity of addressing you in a manner to which i am a Little accustomed but i have been provoked to in so by the subject of your communication which objectionable in my estimation As Well m its insinuations As in its tone with respect to the implied threat of retaliation i beg you to understand that i hold it at Iti True Worth and that i am at All times prepared to act accordingly whatever May be the policy or Mode of carrying on the War which the mexican government or us generals May think it proper to adopt i am sir with much respect your obedient servant one of the marked features in Santa Anna s new policy is the profusion with which is issuing military commissions eight Bun Drtad and thirty five were issued in one month from the 24lh of May last Many of them being promotions. The Republic too com ments upon thu subject Al length and with frat Dorn

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