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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 30, 1840, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe Tiocka Sag Well Boro Tygh Tiocka county a conditions. Subscription received for a Shorter period than six Booths nor wil1 and be Discon Tim cd until All arrearage Are at the option of the publisher. I Hertis ments making not More than a Square will it inserted three limes for one do lab and subsequent insertion Twenty Jive cents. Iwer charged in the same pro for Hon those exceeding six lines will be charged As a Square and those making six lines or times for seventy five 18 3-4 cell far every time after. J he Price for or three the same. A Liberal reduction to those who the year from the London for 1841. Old friends together. By Charlies Swain req. Of litre is Sweet when roses meet with Sweet breath Aroud them and Sweet the Cost when hearts Are lost i those who love have found them and Sweet the mind that still can find a in darkest weather but nought can be so Sweet to see told friends net together these old when youth was bold time stole wing9 to it. And a null Neer knew How fast time flew or knowing did not heed in though each brow that meets now forage brings wintry weather nought can be so Sweet to those old friends together Long known whom years have shown. With hearts that Friendship Blatses a hand to cheer a perchance tear to soothe a who helped and tried still Side Side a Friend to fare hard weather or thin May we yet to see. And meet old friends together. The judgment of cupid. Zip tween Janetta s lips my ears there arose n warm each Ila Iii for loveliness the prize. And cupid sat to try the of oppression. Reader need we say who it in your mind s does he not stand before you is Nat his name the watchword of your ind Pendency and his memory enshrined in the heart of every son of Fie Dort it George Washington. I As the Barge gained Theop pomp Bank one of the rowers leaped maae it fast to the Root of a Willow which Hung Broad thick Over the River. The rest of the party then landed and uncovering saluted their com returned their Courtesy. By ten o clock you May expert said Washington. Be cautions look Well that you Are not surprised. These Are no times for depend upon replied one of the party. I he responded and bidding them Farewell departed along the Bank of the River. That evening a party was 10 be Given at the House of one of his old and valued friends to which he Vith everal other american officers had been invited. It was Seldom that he participated in festivity More especially at that period when every moment Wias fraught with danger nevertheless in respect to an old acquaintance backed by the solicitations of Ruby the daughter of the Host he had Coin rented to relax from the toils of military duty and Honor the parly for a hours with his presence. After continuing his path for some distance along the River s Side he struck off into a narrow Road both erred thickly with Brushwood tinged thousand dyes of departed eur Here and there a Grey crag Peep from the foliage Over which Ivy and the Scarlet Woodbine Hung in Wreathy Dalliance at other t he arms of the Chesnut and Mountain Ash met in Leafy fondness and cast a Glot m deep almost snight. Suddenly a Era a ing among the branches was heard a id like a Deer a Young Indian girl bounded into the path and stood full in his presence. He started Back with sur prise Laid his hand upon his sword but the Indian Only fell upon her in a placed her Finger on her lips and sign with her hand need. What seek you my v said the general. She feet Drew a Small Tomahawk up her Belt of imitated thy scalping an again w her hand As forbidding him to Advar she darted into the Bushes leaving h lost in amazement. There is said he 1o i self after a Short pause and recover from his Mir pries. That India manner be tokens me no Good but Trust is in god he has never yet d tried and resuming his path shortly i cached the mansion of re rugs Dale. His appearance was the signal Joy none the party assembled each n Horn i with the other to do h Honor. Although grave in Council a bold in War Al in the bosom of Mystic Bliss no one knew better h to Render himself Jarre Mablei. The o were cheered by his consolatory Wor the Yourg by his Mirthful Mann nor even in gallantry was he Wandir when it added to the virtuous spirit the hour. The protestations of frien ship and Welcome were warmly ten by the Host. F ast a a Els were g ered to him thickly the smile the and the mingling n sic Rose joyous la around the to Light was merging into night by thousand lamps of sparkling Beau gave a brilliancy of Day to the scene All eyes a Blooming faces were every where Beai i ing but alas a Serpent was Lurk among the Flowers. In the midst of the hilarity t sound of a Cannon burst suddenly up the ear startling the guests and i pending the dance. Washington a the officers looked at each other i Surprise but their fears were Quick dispelled by rugs Dale assuring the it was Only a discharge of ordnance Honor of his distinguished visitors. T Joy of the moment was again resum but the gloom of suspicion had upon the spirits of Wahington w i o now sat in Noody to e Happy throng. A slight tap upon his shoulder length roused him from his Abs Arctic and looking up be perceived the be son of the Indian standing in the som of a Myrtle Bush close to 1 Side. A again he exclaimed i but she motioned him to be silent and kneeling at his feet presented him with a bouquet of Flowers. Washington received it and was about to place it in his breast when she grasped him firmly by the Arm and pointing to in a whisper Snake and moment mingled with the who appeared to re Cognize and Welcome her As one w. Known and esteemed. Washington regarded the with wonder he saw nothing in it excite his suspicion her words and Sigular appearance had. However Sui k deeply into his heart and looking clo ser upon the nos Gaj to his Surprise a Small piece of paper in the a midst of the Flowers. Hastily he Drew in for and trembled to so great a degree Aslo partly spill the contents of the with difficulty he conveyed it to his lips and then re thing to the window he waved his hand which action immediately tided by a third sound of the can t the same the English god save the Kinghurst upon the ear and a band in British uniform with by the entered Drew their american officers be Coo and collects hut Washington us folded upon his with his arms of and horror Stricke you Are betrayed and confounded read beware it was now apparent that he was wit in the Den of the Tiger but to quit it abruptly might Only draw the consummation of treachery the speedier up his head. He resolved therefore disguise his feelings and Trust to to Power which had never forsaken i the festivities were again renewed but almost moment Lily interrupted by second sound of the Cannon. The gue to now began to regard each Wilh distrust while Many and Moody were the glances cast upon rugs Dale whose countenance began of show symptom is of uneasiness while a Var and anon e looked from the window out upon t e Broad Green Lawn which extended to the River s Edge As if in expectation of seme one s arrival. What can detain he metered to himself can they Hare t Cei Ved me Why answer they not t at this moment a Brig flame Rose from the River Illuminati for moment the surrounding scenery and showing a Small boat filled persons making towards a Shore. All a he continued in Thiee minutes i shall be the possessor of a Coronet and the cause of the recur tic be no gaily turning to Washington he said come Genei Al pledge me to the Success of our Arm the Eye of rugs Dale at that moment. Encountered the scrub sizing look their Salt for animals. The importance of furnishing Salt to Domestic animals does not appear be sufficiently understood. All Are aware of the avidity with w animals eat it when Iven them there to hich Are Manv w to scarcely Salt their animals through the season. Nov i1 is evident that animals should have it at All their command. Huh never Al ing to them be remark is an Honor we did not ale men this then turning to sir does this speak it replied the cing his hand upon the should to Washington that you Are my prisoner. In the name of King George i arrest exclaimed the May be cd to pieces but surren Der we will not. Therefore give he waved his sword to the guard who stood Wilh their Mustefa level led As it ready to fire should they attempt to escape. In an Inion to Warp their weapons reversed and dropping their masks to the horror of and the agreeable Surprise of Washington i is own Brave party whom he had left in charge of the Barge now stood revealed before him. I seize the explain red the commander. In ten minutes front this moment let him be a spectacle Between the heavens and the Earth the wife and daughter Clung to his Knees in sup plication but an irrevocable had passed his lips that never should trea son again receive his forgiveness njter1 that of the miscreant Arnold. my own he said while the tears rolled Down his Noble countenance at he agony of the wife and daughter for my own life i heed not but Thi Liberty of my native welfare of Mil ions demand this the Sake of humanity i pity him Hui my oath and now in the presence of Fleaven i swear i will not forgive like a Thunderbolt fell these Coords upon the hearts of the wife and Daugher. They Sank lifeless into the arms of the domestics and when they ire Cov ered to consciousness. Rugs Dale had atoned for his treason by the sacrifice of his life. F it appeared that the Indian who Vas an Especial favorite and de in the family had Over Earl the intention of rugs Dale to betray the american general and other valuable officers that evening into the hands of the British for which purpose they had been invited to this feast Oft in hating in her heart enemies of America who had driven her Ribe from their native forests she be solved to frustrate the design and1 con sequently waylaid the Steps of Wash Nylon As we have described but fail no it her Noble purpose she had then resource to the party left in Possession of . I scarcely had she imparted her dior nation and the shadows of the night closed around when woman British soldiers were discovered King their Way rapidly toward Janks of the Hudson with in a eat More than is Good for them and n is essential to their health and Comfort the Quantity allowed in Spain for 1000 sheep is 25 quintals probably twice the amount the same number usually get in this country and ibis nmn tits is consumed by them in about five months they getting Little in to e win Ter or while journeying to and from their Mountain pastures. Lord Somer me allowed a Tun of Salt Ioa thousand and found Thev consumed the sessions i Spring and fall and at these one of the u Osl easy the most com Mon most perfectly foolish things in the Woi id i in quarrel no matter with whom , woman or child or upon what or. Or occasion Hatter to is no Kird of net is no Zeciri or de gite of he gained by a and yet he Lee eolo Gians Al and politician Law jars. Elec tors and princes qua Rel the ouch Quain-1-, and the state quarrels tribes a. D actions men women and child in and cats b ads in Benefit str h. U a n and beast Qnaru-1 about All manner of in and on All manner of occasions. If there is anything in the world hat will make a or n bad except his in the crack of la. Reel of a the Short distance of the spot where the Raineri party waiting the ret n of their commander. Bold in the cause of Liberty knowing that immediate action Cou d alone preserve him they rushed upon and overpowered them stripped them of their uniforms and arms bound them hand and foot placed them in their boat and under charge of two of their companions sent them a the american Camp at West if int. Having disguised themselves in the a Dili ments of the enemy they piece ceded to the House of rugs Dale where at the appointed time and sign made flown o them by the Indian they opportunely arrive to the Relief of Washington and the confusion of the traitor. 1 thus was the father of his co by the interposition of divine Dence who in his own words. Deserted caved from Caput pay and but for which America might to this Day have been pressed by tha foot of oppression and her children have bowed the knee to a foreign Power. A dose the editor of the new England review threatens to admin ister to the Providence subaltern Gunpowder up with alight i try Ever of ring Rod. To them As a set probably most useful its value for against disease. Of of few the i medical Point j i St by before i commenced tie Salt my Farrier s per annul or More i dollars and since i have Usei have never in any one year Over five where cattle have Access to Sheds troughs Wilh a constant Supply of Salt door it is unquestionably quark no Man to think of him self after than he did Lefoi e one it de grades i. In in Bis own and in the is of Otu is and what is his sen in ii to disgrace on the the Pover of my cat 250 in them should be kept for their use. Where they must be salted in the Fields through should be Salt sup one hand and increases passionate irritability on 4he the truth the More quietly and peaceably we All get on the better the better Tor on i selves and better for our neighbors. In Rune cases out of ten the Wisest course is if a Man cheats on to dealing with birr if he is abusive q it ins compare if he slanders you Jie rare to live o that nobody a ill be i no matter who he is or j of. The Wisest Way is j q it Lim alone for there is than the n Cool Calm quiet Way f a Ahng with the wrongs we meet with. Glied frequently. There will in exposed troughs always be More or less from rain but that should not prevent a Supply. It has been found an Excel Lent practice where sheep alone come to the troughs to put a liitle tar on la to Tom and Sprinkle tie Salt upon it. In this Way n Small portion of the tar i. Taken with the Salt and is not Only found conducive to health but rubbed in this Way Over the nose serves to prevent the attacks of the estrus Ovis or sheep Fly. Colic bots and fistula. W w. Stevenson of Little Rock arks gives the following cures for these diseases so frequently fatal to that Fine animal the horse. We copy from the Tennessee agriculturist Colic. So soon As the disease is noticed which May be Deu cited by sweating take sulphate of Iron cop Peras pulverize and with a spoon Pul the full of it Down the animal s Throat this is the Safe this until Relief is obtained i once gave four spoon fulls. If the attack is very severe dissolve the sulphate in Strong vinegar. This is a for Colic i have used for 20 years and the most desperate cases and Hare never failed in one Case it. It acts upon a chemical , Dis solving the Gas. This is evident from the fact that Here ils no of w and from the bowels of the animal the Colic Gas is a highly inflammable s burning Wilh a but flame the gains of Indi 50 vill cure this dreadful calamity dissolved in sweetened water or milk. The fistula or take Shong ashes and boil them fue or six hours reduce this moisture to the consistency of thin Rinish or paste pour in into a pint or quart cup place Over the Mouth a piece of Blanket and place the Mouth of the rup upon the Wethers where the matter is forming hold it heir until Cool and your horse is Well n ten Days this be done on both sides if the swelling is on both or. Stevenson would urge the sulphate of Iron Ifor Colic As i have performed such extraordinary cures and i feel free to urge it from the circumstance that i have never know n any other person to use an austere sect. The older local id at mount Ray county of Waterford now consists of dress is a brow n loan 1 w i Timu is in or. Or la except the period t rioted to rest. The Ici ire to bed at in the even ing and i ise at two o clock in the Mort ing throughout the year. Their diet is strictly and upon thir of n Cardens Nev r tasting either j fish or meat my no but pure in Sutiri matters Are rigidly austere. T he Chapel of the establishment is. Exquisite a Beautiful and excites the admiration of eve cry visitor. The Abbot is most to All persons resorting there flu tier through curiosity or Devotion and visitors Are treated with every hospitality. Sheie have been great num Bers this end from every part of eur 1 Roc. The observe the silence and Farnming employ mint is Lavorci s and Alinosi incessant chronicle. Hard Money. Was not coined in England until the time of and then in Small quantities Anc not Well received. In a Gera Ter Conilee took place of half pennies and Farthings. Silver Pence half Pence and Farthings were coined Down to the reign of Edward Iii 1353 then croats and half Irr Oats next a shilling. Terry Viii. Coined Crow six Pincus three 1 pences three Farthing pieces. 43d of Eliza Beth to the per sent time the coinage has remained the same. The first Gold com was under Iii. 12j7, in Gold pennies. To e Guinea was Coin eur in of Guinea Gold to go for 20s but it next r went for h is than 21s, by tacit consent. It is computed that the whole coined Cash of the kingdom passes to rough the Bank every three ears. Little girl lately Bro t a volume to a Glasgow librarian with the following John sent me i this Book and he wants the next and who is questioned the Man of books to which the Little girl very answered Gettin when i judge Peters was speaker of the House of Assembly one of the in crossing the room tried on the carpet and fell Down. The House burst into laughter while the judge with the atm Osl Gravity cried order order gentlemen do you not see that a member is on the Tot Atoe in some parts of a kind of cheese is made of is much sought Tefter. The following is the Rece pc select Good White potatoes boil Here and when rold peal and reduce hem to a pulp with a or mortar and five pounds of this pulp which be very uniform and homogeneous a Del a pint milk and the requisite portion of the whole Well cover it and let it remain three or four according to then knead it afresh and place cheese in Small then they will part with their superfluous dry them a the Shade and. Place them in layers in Large pots or kegs where they May remain a fortnight. The older they Are the finer they become. This a he advantage of never engendering Worms and of be no pre Sei Ved Irish for Manv years provided it a kept in a dry place and in Well closed

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