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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 16, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaBlog by jame3 p. Magi editor and 1 proprietor. Q Tell Borough 1 Iowa co dollars ind fifty be i l fac elusive of cents it Tihin the year and i in Cash actually in adne Dollar will be d ducted diaper discontinued until All sat the option of the editor. I of for one or three insertions ral discount to yearly Advertis e same. Is. Ocard it to the Bride. Has been taken the Blessing m o or 1 okie of her childhood shall know her no my e f to Hei chamber one Mommy to hide crowding thick on the Young Blush Bride o at her heart and All Peak fully flow thai swell her bosom of 13 to Biml i her in the not f heaven Rie -. Sad Falls the Shade of the lid in of that Eye e Cloud shallows fall Lur Oung Gram id i n i tvs h its moist fullness of Blissie More than this. By its Long lathes hid n the Ripe Harvest Field ram the two beam to e is dimming her gaze 1 Cist a Shade o or her brightest of i of Ihil Dhond u c i of her m i be it not lord f Colliu tone of her of. Of Chil Popup the Brown s wild echoes come 9 Crall lonely at Home. Her thou he Sun of her Happye Iwanow Learl chords May by Hood the truck towhee Al vol. In. Such the wooden Idee Ful child is f the to news politics literature agriculture afr yes i ways Viant an abundance this or r my in s closet roust the 17. Veer 15 ailed with t Ning Sheet and a contains my tin and Wellsboro wednesday december 16, Uphole Avo. 436. Of Maria that made a h the monday morning the girl Darnel to ask area strange thou i you one thing a be a Good Hearty la after she was Marr Lere the tubs were Don t Yoi thl Fik the it ten to buy a tub a Al she a a if id it never pop la it wis ntp5lrange--she used to i b . 1 you will to anything lie Vic aunt e will go not i let my b a i of Maria s me to n ild bad actually far Johes line or Pini it out bed and noted into her head Lam s Brown hand Fri evening the Hale you then had be kind shown you jut Peen All please i Hope dress or Viil you this Ern Gen but As i must take the Stagi car if in the morning you must a tire Early of. Low i these we at i Lvov s these Yankees Are for t ice acc and said a so uth Leman to himself Ai be stood on by mrs. I in Eliza what a strange Choice for in dress your other dresses Are i j Good style and you Hava a plenty of i Leif Tijerino he changes iji1 a arc non silk to a Marrier in Are of such a fancy in of High Piazza Iff the hotel in the town of Able leaking me who res the grounds he addressing himself to a Vener Man him can you Tell Des m that elegant cottage where Are Laid out with so much taste the and elegance i that is Squire Bill from the the towns and country on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The recent operations of the Navy in the Gulf of Mexico the concentration of the enemy at san Luis Fotofi and the evident design of be american army to More in the same direction will Render information res peeling the population along the coast the face of iced various towns the country id the departments with he products of the soil and if he distance be tween these places and san Luis Potosi and the Cuy of to the character of the several the highest importance. The increased and commendable activity in the Navy As manifested in lira late successful expeditions against Tobasco Ard Tampico will Render ibis information still More interesting and important up to this period lulls or nothing is known on the Best maps Are very and we look in vain for essential details through our books. There pm indeed be no doubt that the absence of Rich necessary data in regard to the coast end the various facilities so important to a Squadron acting on the offensive has been Ore of the main causes of the delay in the movements of Commodore . As we Are gratified 1 3 use aunt thai my Choice May sombre but know very Al i am about become the wife of r Mechanic w h 01 support use necessary c a Cumpata Tio a Purchas fur Sune in v appearance a depends i on his daily s the wife of such a 1 Iii ii my Eirp Endi Ces and i Bave thought something which would e to come than to con a splendid Bride for even As i am to see you inst a stranger in these parts not Loo observe about to be e2changed for a More brow him _ i Wiir know i n and since he seems Suich a prominent member of society i should be of know something of Bis there is nothing remarkable in it nothing at All sir his father was a Man of great learning but he nearly ran through a live in style he died for Tun and in Ere is Tonielli d 1.1 s ueding in uie Ace in i Ful t at there is Sewill never she had a while is Oier i do and intr of she to see a in trying to t three boys their Mother who went Allach d t to trades right and Howe Daug if r she Liu i it is very for those who can lid be Quille absurd for pin sip dress for one mugs when b the expo la Cin procure iced ble for some i on of r Bovinet and it is All fur at is fire Slid i w in but it an e r it t. I f in i la i ii lie in Iii our m v Jar Oil n thai t it other s 1 Ere 1111 a m Silling Rorr t his e us Bee Handy i Don l say work i no mystery to me though for i notch m pretty Sharp Rte sed Shoum i has left As not so Tia sural Par and three Chambers we lie is out of Low everything is a or my Vork u Are going to do your ungainly i do there is Only one a be and i should think m strange if i pc do it All with ease h wart wbk strange fancies you to be sure it is Well enough if you i s your mind to it bul then folks do 3irei ily a Days Tibere is my a i e Nas moves into an elegant House All in from lop no Bottom she keeps a i Iri to do the work and a Little one Anil tend do thing do go on Beau i Promise you i a bus valid is a Young lawyer is he not 1 wealthy he Well off i practice he us a ass Man l a incl and co to Hurt y Rule s Saue for i of might aunt exc a earn that a or it products hard a whether it j Ives the 11 any i Accuu Amjed with -11 Converse lands and Eranie will Jour head no about but i i thousand never air ban flexion it so b or feeling from Lojis place was a woman of Strong sense. She so m the property paid off All the debts and a d e Lough left to buy that Little House to the left. La two rooms and a Garden i it Here she Pul her Bojt out one Tola Mason one to a Nibeel Ambill to a Carpenter. Bill staid he married the widow Perry s she via s As smart As a right Gojii is Al str and made kill Cal. Wife 1 i he i i wonderfully War was. He did not intake Belli r other men but Sor Riebow the Money it via Edth to i never saw no great display of such laces flounces Anil fur Bellows you never saw Inen before be kept a horse Riding much for pleasure to h Pullet one Way and took their pleasure in Bein sober industrious and useful and they reap their regard in universally resp Ted there Ain t a Man that Hai so i he Money to let As Squire Thorndike and be is never Bard and screwing about it As Sot in men Are i he in t stingy either he h s taken the two children of one lawyer Willi them is a vigorous and energetic policy Commodore Conner has shown himself to be capable of the most perilous and his skill As a Seaman was fully proved in the Admir Able and rapid passage to Ihen Brazos several months ago in the course of which he sur mounted All the difficulties growing out of an unknown Channel and arrived id time to be of most e essential service to general Tayloe. Time therefore while it Raky have operated to excite the Gallant spirits in the Navy fret Ting under delays which they scarcely take the trouble to understand and while it May have also served to increase the popular anxiety at Home has no doubt served also to in crease his information and to add to his facilities May consequently look for some of the most Brilliant successes on the part of the Navy in the course of a Short time we began this article to spy however that we Are enabled to Lay before our readers and 10 the Thor Gal folks la bring up and he does As Well by As be does by his own. Lawyer Nee was kind Dike s wife hard of a Cousin to she was a Dashy lord you a upon Earth were thought married Squire showy the richest when Trey had me knot tied. Poor fellow he had a Ime notwithstanding to support his wife have m my Man s Para Gem u will no his Anim Jive Bis i but coi my Nice close m furniture Tite your future is w have the less you you Kif Obj. We could not get upon William a by grand Tiller left a Toni ired dollars which m order t. World w enable us both have Btl we arc determine we can possibly he for bid clothes t Quantity Nice a has he does not Are say he will Ollars at inter uld have mar get so hard especially if in 1 would bul i do think Sake of the a different in Sli be he took to drink and died i be heard say that she turned up her nose at her cons n s match but she Little thought her boys would be glad logo to that same Cousin for a Home while she would be glad to take up with the Hula Bouse that Squire Thorn dikes Mother lived in continued the old Man this is a changing world but to my mind if folks wound be More prudent and industrious and give up hankering after things beyond their m earns there to ild be More real Good done in tie world fewer changes have Ett occupation s or White soft Eek a Brown or t to him you Illiam and Bear think of his Ted intelligent need Skir quite you Don t say you must ii enough the ill have co take Luch furniture g the Money to pay off a owed for this o begin even in Ucb a horror of never to incur it. See what a s is bed and table you Bave declare foil zen Jurj were Ity Den times in Wing scraps Are taken from fut Ehmsen s Ory of volume 2d. In 1673, Eui ice Cole was tried and the found her nut legally guilty but there Long grounds to sniped her familiar with the Dev Mary Osgood farther that she was he air to five mile through a posed by the Devil. Question i. Fond How and Many persons were on the pole foist As i named Ward we i also confessed but recanted land suffered. His own wife As As his daughter accused him and saved them Giles Cory seeing the Fate of All those who put themselves on trial refused to plead. A teas part std to death n Winthrop i journal it is stated that it this court one Phillip Ratliff a servant nil sentenced to be presently exec of i or Chaddock being convicted of using the most foul and scandalous iriv Clives t our churches and government War whipped lose his ears and be banished fro in the Plantation w de i ses from the pod nature sagacity virtue modesty and the other moral1 and intellectual Vir the chief Beauty of Counte appearance in it of Good temper Ich was of the information to alluded As being so univer in demand we Are Index sure to a gentleman who v a bib we Bare ally and axiom ugly de for ibis plea rites of what he personally knows and who Speaks of what he Bas seen if our readers Ere not As much interested As we Bave been in his valuable details and facts we shall be much surprised sisal the West coast of Yucatan Are important Only As ports of entry for Merida and the Interior owns of Yucatan and As shipping Points for logwood sisal grass Yucatan does not Contri Bute to the support of the general govern ment has no communication with Mexico by land. Lacuna at the s e Bottom of the Gulf has a population of about healthy lies on the West end of an Island and at the Mouth of Lacuna de terminus it is important to a hostile Force As a depot and water ing station and cutting off communication Between Yucatan and Mexico harbours Safe and sheltered from All winds the bar at Ibe Routh passable with 15 feet of water the country bordering Ibe venous streams emptying into the Lagoon is covered with forests of logwood and is sparsely inhabited by Wood cutters end much Cut up by water courses. It has an Inland communication with Tobasco navigable by steamers. The Only defence is a Block Bouse with two guns the Harbor is at All times accessible Tobasco River Emp Tus into the Gulf about so Miles West of Laguna. The Mouth of the River is protected by a bar shifting with gales and River of water on the bar varying from 8 to 10 feet Frontera a Village of about 300 inhabitants lies at the Mouth of the River the City of Monasco lies about 70 Miles from the Mouth of the Stream which is rapid and can Only be ascended with Ted Aid of steam or a leading Breeze the District of Tabasco in proper hands would be Rich in agricultural Pion acts having for the most part a Rich Strong Oil. Its chief products Are cattle Dye Woods and a Large Quan Tity of Cocoa which is highly esteemed by the mexicans and is shipped to All parts of Tea country. The land communication with Vera Cruz District is very difficult and tedi Ous and rarely or never attempted the fish ing boats and Small Coa Alers rendering water communication More easy. There is not any port Between Tabasco and Alvarado except at the Mouth of the River Hausa Chalco which May be entered by boats drawing 4 feet and is worthy of notice As being of the con about 800, and is defended by the difficulty of approaching it Over tie bar and a recently erected fort but in tie summer season they would prove but poor defences As in weather a hostile Force could be Landac under Itoe guns of ship of War which could approach quite near id the Beach and the works and town could be taken from the rear. During the revolution whilst Ibe Castle of san Joan de Tell of was in i Possession Otibe forces of Spain Alvarado i became the Chloel port of entry on the 6nlf and Moat of the imports and exports were through it Asil has the advantage of an e any and Safe Road to the Interior and it is by this route an invading army would Jesty Tenter Loe natural obstacles in mantling to the City of the country being equal to the sustenance of an army with abundance of water and no Strong Points for defence. The cruising around off Alvarado is exceedingly perilous during the Winter months where the Northern blow extreme violence. Ibe product i arc cattle and cochineal. Aston Liza do where our Squadron has been 30 Miles n. W. Of Alvarado Miles s e from Vera Cruz is one Ery Best harbours on the Gulf being accessible at All times and protected from the of the sea by Coral reefs and Sand islands. There is not any town Here Only a Lew fishing huts. Cycz with its defences and impregnable Castle is so Well known at not to require particular notice Here the Terri ble san Juan de Alloa protects the town and the Road to the City of Mexico a defensible in so Many Points especially at Puente Del key where a few rare men could an army in Check that an attempt to reach jibe City of Mexico by its route would be quix Otic. The population of Vera Cruz is variously estimated at from to souls it is the chief port on be Gulf. I about 80 Miles n. W.1 of Vera Cruz is the Small port of the Coltella and near to it Boca de Lima both of which of which can Only be entered by Small Craft and boats. No Good Anchorage. In this District Are cultivated the Vanilla bean and Jalapa Alto the Angoli a Large Black bean which is a favor Ite article of consumption with the mexicans to Span lies 120 Miles . Of Vera Cruz and 80 Miles s. E.1 of Tampico and is memorable from the loss upon its bar of the 17 s Brig Truxton. Tea town has no artificial defences being sufficiently protected by the bar at the month of the River which is inaccessible to all1 vessels drawing Over 4 feet. Population Saidi Tobe about 2000 it has an Inland water communication almost to Tampico through the Lake of Tamm Gua celebrated for its a brim fishery. It communicates with the City of Mexico and Interior towns by Thel Road from Tampico the country abounds i template lines of canal connection with the Pacific Ocean Alvarado is about 220 Miles West of to Basco and about 40 s. E. Of Vera Cruz. At the Mouth of the River is a shifting Sand bar Over which the water paries from 9 to 15 feet. After Crosing this there is plenty of water. The Waters Are navigable through a Lagoon s. E. Of Ibe City to Toluca a town of 4000 souls about 40 or 50 Miles from bar. The town of Alvarado lies about 1 Miles from the bar contains a population of River Emp in 200 Miles of Ven is protected by a Dange constantly shifting and b cattle. I into the Gulf about most part to be Loo Shoal for navigation even by Flat boats. Bat Mitcle is known of this country along the coast except that it is wild and much a fat up by streams empty ing into the Shoal lakes. From the recent maps of Mexico it will be seen that the Road from Tampico to Mexico presents a larger distance across the Sierra Madre than from Tula to Santa Barbara on the Road to Potosi. From Tampico to Alia Mira 24 Rilei to Mirador i from Altamira 26 Mirador i to Santa Barbara Santa Barbara to Tula about 36 Miles and from Tula to Borrego 36 or 40 Miles Sec. In All this route when i travelled it in 1814, Here were plenty of cattle Deer Birds and water. From Vera Cruz to Santa be 12 Santa be to King s Bridge 12 or 16 Miles from thence to Jalapa about 40 Jalapa to Perote which is in a table land Entrance Ous bar which is a Small temporary fort the old fort which stood at the Mouth of the River has been it by the swell of the sea for norths at a time i Biz feet of water on the produced by a single n leave a Channel for pc draught. There is no from North winds outs de the bar and it is really washed away sent in by Northern Ere will not be Over bar whilst a shift tiber will probably Asseli of fifteen feet Protection whatever not Safe to Lay off Ion the season of Northern sudden an terrible. T five Miles from the bar of about 0000, has no the authorities will no an invading Force to b pie of Tobasco have r the country As is All north1 and East of the Vera Cruz District and at a during which Are often As e town stands about contains a population ithary defences and give any cause for die them As the peo gently been treated Ost All the country mountains Between the Rio Grande is rough wild and must broken by water courses. The product Gram and flour Puebla and Jne countr tails. The Panuco b River is navigable for drawing 8 feet. Tai is bad for Northern some months is exec which in a great Meas is a mule Road to t Mexico and san Luis de through the defile some places Over the Cruz Tampico is Thi in the Gulf a Broi s Are rustic and cattle icing All brought from r South of the Moun Anch of the Taj Pico 40 Miles for vessels climate of Tampico institutions and for Dinghy unhealthy in consequence of the i warn a and marshes re surround it. There e Interior by which in Potosi May be reach and Gorges and m sierras. Next to Vera most important port go it the Rich important and populous districts of san Louis Quee Teko Guanay into Zacatecas 80d a part of i , receive their imports and Send away their specie hides Jalapa from Tampico the Courie of the coast it nearly North to or Sot a Lama bind which is about so Miles this last port is Only to vessels of Light draught tar not Over seven feet it is through this port in connection with Matah eos that to i District a of not Horn Tama Tolipas Leon and Ddean go receive their supplies of foreign products. The Rio Grande about 1j40 Miles North of san Lander is familiar to us All from the recent military operations Jon tits Benki. There is a Chain of Small lakes or sounds extending about 160 Miles of distance Between Tampico and the Rie Grande of which we Bave no reliable information but believed for the about 25 Miles. In this route plenty of cattle and water. From Sempala to Vera Cruz 24 the land until you come to the top of the Hill is Alln Hite and and so continues along the coast or Many Miles South of Vera Cruz to the depth of from five to ten Miles and Here we find no water the Sand Bills which Are to be found Are altered in Shine by the wind. The Trees upon this Sandy land Are full of Briars and aloes also grow Here Rojo or Brown Cape affords a Good shelter for Small vessels and it was the place where smugglers landed their cargoes for Mexico. There u a mule Road but very difficult for travellers. On the North Side of Point Sharp there is town and a Creek by the rame of Santa , where we were supplied with provision it is at the foot of the Sierra Madre which ends in this Point the Only two Best roads to the City of Mexico on account of food water and porn Tion Iare by the King s Bridge and Tampico Only because of provisions and be cause these two have been travelled constantly and must be in Good condition but because when the mountains Are crossed they Are right Forward which if attempted from Alvarado must be siding the mountains which Are Moie Tel pious on account of broken a segments to found there. True the Bridge is stronger than Gibran then each army can with equal advantage fortify itself and Advance upon its adversary Inch by Inch in this however the advantage Given to he party on the West Side is that it can be provided with every kind of necessaries of Ife from the Fertile lands Back of i hem. From Tula to Santa Barbera there is in he very Centre of the mountains a spot Cal de the Galliton or Little chickens which pot cannot be any other but where god placed Adam and eve in this place the traveller rests for some Days. In both routes when the mountains have been crossed the clime is As healthy and free from every kind of Miasma and disease As any in the Best of his old u Hite faced it s in my head Ever so Long. Doctor. My Grandfather was cored by to of a petrified u i be heard my Mother say likewise cored by Ibe same remedy of a dreadful rebellious fever but just As be on Bis feet again be bad a prolapse which carried him off besides these my Cousin Jonathan Jenkins was cured of an information in the bowels in. The then in thu Fleifer who Yon know is very skillful in roots and arbs and so four la says there i no Biog in the world so Good for As Tho split fowl a split fool i was going to and indeed if All fools were so who meddle Lmh what hey know nothing Aboul Lue world would better off did you give the medi Cine i left him 7" no doctor mrs Thistle sifter came nere after you went Bud i could t do no than to insult her in so imminent a crisis and we come to the conclusion be Iween us that it was not Best to give him the Medicine Yon to put the split fowl on his fee ii poor Man end dress him Well with Pepper grass Lea and a Little Gill go Over ground and smart ened Wilb it so you did it give him the Rock Cine i left no doctor mrs Thistle Silver a a i thought it such an important Case Ibal split fowl was the principal thing that could be relied on besides to Tell the truth doctor we were feared that there Wai Mercury in the Medicine As we noticed a Hotle White Poudel in it indeed and so because you and mrs thistles after Natice a White powder in the Medicine you threw it aside and split open live f o h 1 yes doctor i do think Mercury is a dreadful bad thing h saves people s lives to be sure but then it gels into the Bones As mrs Thistl sifter says and ther s no get Ting it out As Long As you live of i would t a had or Tozer poor Man to Lake it for anything and so by following Jour own and mrs Thistl Sifler s foolish notions Jouve lost your husband lost him did you say doctor lost Rny dear or Tozer a loin form you that he won t live forty eight hours not hours doctor not live forty eight hours and 1 be Only been mar ried to him a year i m sorry to say there s no Hope for him and i Laid out so much Money for my wedding clothes Only a year ago and the fowl fattest rooster in the barn Yard of miserable me that i should be again so80.on " saying ibis the Good woman wrong her hands and wept bitterly the next play or Tozer died mrs to Zer As in duty bound wept profusely for his finally comforted herself that she had done everything in affectionate wife could taken the advice of mrs this to sifter land Baring killed Ibe most valuable rooster irl the barn Yard to save her husband s life South Amer a by coed worthy old citizen of Newport who had the reputation of being the Laziest Man alive among 1 them Lazy indeed that be used to Weed his Garden in a rocking chair by racking Forward to take hold of the Weed and backward to up Root a Way of fishing peculiarly his own he used id drive Europe miscellaneous. A White raced Mare where the a Nutow Black fish killing a husband with kindness a fowl deed among the most disagreeable things a tending the practice of the most arduous of All Are the prejudices the physician most constantly contend with either in the mind of the patient or in that of his friends it is easier to cure the bodily corp lamps of an Hundred persons than to eradicate tit prejudices from the Miod of one. Absurd ridiculous and hurtful notion is a bib As it were grown with them will adhere to the mind in spite of All efforts to Root them out. Visiting a patient a Short time ago says or. Lambert a celebrated physician late from Cincinnati but practising in this i perceived a very smell like that of putrid meat apparently issuing from beneath 6e bed clothes at the foot of the bed i inquired what it was. Said the Good wife who was attending on her sick husband it s nothing but a dung Hill fowl he has got on the Bottom of his feet poor a dung Hill fowl exclaimed i with amazement. Yes said she i had the fattest fowl in the barn Yard Cut open alive and one half put on one foot and one Hall on the other while in was alive and kicking it s a charming thing for a fever doctor a live fowl Cut open and put on a Man s feet to cure a fever who put this foolish motion into your Bead foolish notion or not doctor i pm sure or. Tozer is a great Deal belter of his com plaints than he was poor Man he did t sweat so confuse by and he breathes a great Deal Shorter and quicker than he so much the worse Good so you always Tell me doctor when i m doing All i can for the Benefit of the Nek in my family. So you told we when i was stopping the cold of my first husband the dear Good heaven rest Bis soul which in spite of All i could do turned to an information of the lungs and be is in Bis grave poor but what could put into your head Bis shocking remedy of the split fowl Down to a spot to night be de Pended of for any height Froin to twelve pounds one has been caught of fifteen off dumpling Rock Back Bis gig Down to the water out his when the tautog was safely hooked Start the old Mare and pull him nut i n. Spirit of tin Timis a fellow who wrote the following o ight to be Darneil How Queerly does a i adj feel a walking in the Street when Ebe s aware her stacking Heel makes risible her eel she lifts Hir fool up awkward in and puts it Down again Aud tries to pass thai Cine May see but labors ail in vain. I a Cane of is a a. Chop in jew York to which attend to id customers Are attracted every evening by Tea music of a Small Organ and thriving Busi Ness is at he counter we learn by the Yuri Gaza tit that the shop open Anil the kept in Moon on sunday evening but the proprietor compromises mat ters by playing nothing but psalm tunes on that evening up a talking match lately came off at Orleans for five dollars a Side it continued according to the Aji retuer Lor Thirteel bourse the rivals being a Frenchman and a the bystanders and judges were All talked to sleep and when they waked of in the morning Iney found the Frenchman dead and the Ken Muckian Bis poring in his ear he the York dining Mirror Days silk Oyez coals All buttoned Down will be prevailing Fashio i with the ladies the coming Winter k77 House winery is on ancient Art said to have been practice a Lone time entirely out of use or Practised Only by the lower orders or an Ohio paper speaking of the defeat of the democrats in thu state gives a a reason the great storm which broke the whig rails at the head of self River 10 Luck Aslo flood the guess that la do i huf i Bas been ascertained by a Cal cola Tion that one lady As collector for Chari table and religious purposes n Worth thir teen and a Balf gentlemen
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