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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 1, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaRisk Fot their Aan in Waterman in. Form their friends Oga county that a and Well Selee had at the store m. M.sj0k. Printed e at the office o wednesday by j .a1 theris dvrs had ushered Inq iheit5 a pm Phi Moriber has Jost received a new of poetry. Be favourable e knew be must be prepared to Lar anti tithe attorney Vvhs Nfn just opened at and of Radir Iron wares ties English Iron sniper for English German Una cast steel. Am orig Oitt dry goods win me in Trad Bro cloth and Cju Limeres Alf and tines add p batting wadding Sheet jag thata Caps a variety of other things numerous to men Tion. Also a Largo assortment of v groceries consisting a Gart of 4 Hhd. Sugar Lump and oaf also 15 chests Young Hyson Hyson m. Old Hyson i penal Lopo pounds Patent Mould Pon Njg Brown codfiih., my Karel Jbf use Pepper Lead Amo. A Larga Assort meat of v a he offers t a fresh sup b Quanty or we lab t dry i reduced prices goods 111 Ribits a new Techei Viii his Stock j it r a silting id consisting1 Ifa Pitt of tabla cutlery pock scissors sad Irons bats a wows files maps cot and wrought nails adj sizes Norfolk latches locks crockery. A Good will be found in Compi country for ready p. S. Reserve.1 Wells to v of school books and toys by the Serwise. H. W. Graves v 1843. Crockery Gatiss Are flour Salt ing most articled kept in a Ore and will be sold cheap a. Ii Fei Fiss of induce Clariee for t h. Of Graves. Dec 6th, i gives o b China Jirld Liverpool Ware a few setts new Patten u a Good assortment of Glass Ware for 0a e at the cheap store. H. W. Graves Welfl Boft sept. 20th 1842. Saith Salt the by the Barreyat the new store f h. W. Graves. B Bee. 6tu.1842. And Glass ,6 by 8, 9 8 by 10l 15. Tin Ware sole hat her boots and paper hanging sol Gliss Estand thousands of to numerous to motion. I All the trove foods Are offered to the pub Lic at whole sate or feta if at Low priced for ready pay. Most kinds of Prodice payment Forf goods. Also sectioned o of and pannel lumber. The Public ate Call and examine on goods and prices. Abb Packard Covington do Cal 1842." Leady pay system it he bests Scoville ads that drugs Ani medicines j at the store occupied by min Sra. Smith Nichols one door above the Eagle office. Those who wish to Purchase Arf re Quested to Call and examine our Stock be fore punch Nishig elsewhere As we flatter ourselves Cail sell goods on terms that will Gesatis to ail arid we shall be Happy to f e All rho will favour us Wilh a Call. Most kinds of produce taken and Taiafi sever refused. I wellsboro.? september 1s42. By Well Al Shaw Adf s need cheap Stoi we lob would respectfully inform their Fri and the citizens of Tioga they Are not openings Laige and Well Ted St oct of dry goods Wells Banel of Superior Quality for Sale Graves o. Dec. 6lh, 1842. Of fall and writ was and dress hdkfs., ladies Wollen Cambric he Kusi Needle work edgings work colors for Sale h. W. Graves dec. 6th, 1843. S feathers. Uat1ty of geese feathers Deo. 6lh. 1842. Leer lest Price will be paid in goods Forde it the store of Geo. We. Meek Eor sept. 1841. Is Purchase Parker s pulmonary Balin prepared by an association of physicians As a Stan Dary for of Aartis chronic bronchitis colds asthma dyspepsia spitting of blood shortness of breath heart Burn this certifies that we Are acquainted Wil i Par Ker i pulmonary Balm it in prac Tice and have no doubt Tia most valuable medicines with which we Are _ All diseases Oft be a tangs cheerfully recommend it to the afflicted. Witt 1 j. C. Furd Alfred cd b. M. To. Danl Al , mar t Oclo ats and Caps. Look of hats and Caps just received Elmore Scoville of those who wish to lie invited to Call and examine them. Otton yarn. Of Cotton yarn Fer geese feathers. Highest Price will be paid in goods Seese leathers at the store of Geo. Of we. Meek. D assortment Low for Cash Geo. Ier 1st, 1847. We. Meek. New boots neral assortment o boots just lived and for Sale by Geo. By we. Meek r 26th, there Oudry Gro tand Bahakel 5fe Earth it Otto pole to on which seem destruction nigh. All these in All their dread an a seem hoftens1 of the judgment Day. J j the tempest howls among the Hills and every with terror fills a the blazing Comet from on High lights up the meteor of the sky j the paping Earth receives her prey All tokens of the judgment Day. To but what must be the fearful end when judgment from the heavens descend and listen on the guilty head of him who often has been Lead astray by drinking sure twill be to him. A dreadful judgment Day. 1 when loud thunders Roll and lightnings Pierce his inmost and tempest bowl within his breast and truth like comets blazing past anc1 guilt shall seize it for its prey o what a dreadful judgment Day. Blow be the trumpet blow the soul delighting sound let All the nations know to Earth s remotest bound. The year of Jubilee is come return be Ransom d captives Home. A blow be the trumpet hear i the voice of troth proclaim you need no Lunger ear intemperance s deadly name. The year of Jubilee is come return be Ransom d captives Home. Blow be the trumpet fear to Earth s remotest land let All the world draw near and join the Temperance band. The year of Jubilee is come return be Ransom d captives Home. 9 blow be tie trumpet blow the Joyful tidings round that All the world May know where Liberty found. And to the Jubilee shall come and thus escape the snares of rum. Our nation groans beneath a Load More grievous than proud tyrants claim which Long the people have Long suffered the oppressive Chain. Among evils which it brings Are loss of time and loss of health our social happiness it slings brings loss of character and health How lost to every virtuous thought in he who sips the fatal cup he soon becomes a beastly Sot and Manly Pride is Swallow d up. His health before the withering blast fades and decays like autumn Flowers his vigor and his strength Are past and with them All his mental Powers. Each Fine feeling of the soul has faded Anu left him dark and void while passion takes a wide control till every virtue is destroyed. His wife and children feel the smart for All their Hopes Are gone his madness pains them to the heart As he to ruin rushes on. O come then Allye friends of peace come lend y Pur Aid to Rescue Man Erato pain and make these evils cease forever on native land. Consist to of me his intention of Haj moment to dirty. To saving sortie of the new Comers readily consented Obs i As unfortunate men would certainly be put on their rials the next no offer of Aid in their favor was to be disregarded and so we entered the it fell lot to visit the cell among others of the lad had so much in tej sled me. His assertions supported or not of his band seemed to i had not formed a wrong opinion of is la in adhere was Chance Forward it to As the judge would leave o or Fown far the Bistro polls that Day. We set i cats who had. Man that in e fired ill fax of fellow. To co Lown we did in a by received and for Sale. Elmore of 18th, 1843. Henry Miller m a. T the Medicine May be had att i of my 14, b tank constables the tip a Eagle Sale at English Blister Germa Tete for Sale by by snore 4 Scot Stoie of icel and by Chi Sein Over shoes Fly i 1 tie y attend i Polo 1 n repute for honesty proved with an Jan Iier Rij is Nece Navy on of the Puyo at Leti forum float to said a peasant Giul s l Ove tale. The Connery assizes had commenced in Tay native town when a new Batch of Irish tithe arrangers were brought in prisoners by a Strong party of police. They had attacked Only the previous evening a gentleman s Otise in our neighbourhood for the purpose of rifling it of been repulsed by the police who aware of their Lay itt ambush for them and lives were lost on sides. I was idling in one of the Bridges when they passed by to the jail bound with ropes and and buckles to the common cars iof country and the expression of their Haggard Cheeks and hopeless or scow Ting Eye was sickening in the fair Sun Light of that Beautiful Spring Day. Some of them Lyvere wounded too and Trow or hand or clothing gave vivid Evi Dence of the fact. But altho i he general impressions of snatching him trom the though he must leave his native land forever. He had been he said to accompany the others on their fatal never and had not polled a trigger or raised a hand Agai list the to inc and As i have guilty associates supported or else did his state ment. Police would also Bear him out at the really critical moment i look totes of his de Fence for my Friend and passed on to the other of the results of my continued investigation i will not speak. X the sagacious attorney was right by Wehe o clock next Day of the men including my favorite client were placed at the bar of their country other were too ill of their wounds to beat present produced. Ahwaz soon Over to my affliction and almost of ing that the Young lad had been comparatively forbearing during the Battle outside he gentleman s Otise the police one and All from some strange sure they thought they the deposed that his was the hand one of their Force and badly wounded an other. In vain did he protest with the Energy of a Young Man pleading for dear dear life and All its array of Happy Promise against their evidence in vain did his fellow prisoners support him he and they were found guilt y in common but his Fate was the Tei offic him the example was to be made and while the other men were Only sentenced to transportation for life he was doomed to be hanged by the Rieck within eight his Bociey Given for dissection. As the judge uttered the last words of his sentence a shriek i shall never for brings through my head now and makes my nerves quiver and. Woman s shriek a Young woman 6 Loo pierced up to the roof of the silent court House and Inheh i heard a heavy fall. The Young culprit had been trembling and swaying from Side to Side during his sentence Al tote sound he started into upright and perfect Energy the grasped bar of Tolje Dick were clasped together with a Joni the blood mounted to his very new a House had beeffaflacked1. He w As confronted r with air the pm others i we cautioned to say nothing that might give a false hope1 to the object of Wiir the he persisted in exculpate no him from having either killed wounded himself Ard moreover Point ii the Rajpal culprit among those Jjo had not yet been put upon their trial. This was a Good beginning. An affidavit was soon prepared which tote policemen signed. Few minutes afterwards the attorney helped in his expenses for the read myself among the number started Cor Dublin As fast As four horses could Gallop with him. Ten hours out of allowed to the condemned to prepare foe death ready elapsed. Our Good attorney must no the Best he could within thirty seven it was fearful not to leave an hour to calculate time when it would be about emerging into eternity but we had Good if horses did not fail on the going and we Melieve he would and Jiha Fau their and at an unseen Side 8y the audible Ryan arid has Graw wig i Jomier in Popaj efs Inte fee Jar Fiock pealed one Aud a b person also striding a who pen a f after him the returning and if the lord lieutenant could be rapidly approached it teas a thing to be done. That if however 1 scarcely slept a Wink throng the might. Next morning Early i called on the Clergyman whose sad duty it was to visit the poor lad in his condemned cell he and i had been school Fellows and he was Jyoung Man of most amicable character. He told me his poor Peni tent was not unfit to die nor did he dread the Fate before him notwithstanding his utter anguish of heart at so Sud Glen and terrible a parting Frota his Young mistress. I communicated the Hopes we had and asked the clergy mans opinion As to the propriety of alleviating the lad s agony by a slight importation of them. My reverend Oell at tie iop of r j it t can recall Tiv irritated sorrow it in the i altebgnt1 usual 5pwf was Sparrow it that1 noise head his lips parted widely and having Lal most shouted m Oya at s she j knew she d be he suddenly made a Spring to Cleat the Back of the Dock. Obviously no impulse to escape dictated the action he wanted to raise betrothed the floor of the court House and clasp her in that was All. And in his vigorous and thrice nerved strength he must have succeeded in his wild attempt but that the Sieve of one Arm and the hand of the other became impaled on the Sharp Iron spikes surmounted the formidable Barrier Foje Hittiii thus cruelly impeded however he was easily secured and instantly led Down i rough a trap door in the Bottom of the Dock o his condemned cont Ning till his Young Friend would not he Arl of such a thing his conscience did not permit him. It was his duty hcs Aidi his sacred duty to allow nothing to distract the mind and heart of his penitent from resignation to his should he give him a Hope of then see that Hope dashed he would have helped to kit a human soul not to save one. I gave up the Point and endeavoured to seek occupations and amusements to turn my thoughts from the one subject which absorbed and fevered them but in vain and when the second night came i a i less sleep than on the first. Early on the second morning i took a walk into the country along in the Dublin Road vulgarly hoping to meet even so Early our zealous attorney re turning to us Wilh a White handkerchief streaming from the window of his Post chaise that idea had into my Hea d like a picture and bold femur every Irio ment. I Mel him not. On the Road. I heard pealing boy had but an up Riv the 1i looked towards the county jail whither he had been moved for Black Flag waving Over its drop door. Glancing once More along the Dublin Road i Tan As fast sol could toward ther jail. Rived tithe. Iron Gate of its outer Yard strangely the sheriffs watch i heard distinctly to his Fob. The minutes i Felt paired in the Throat burning with thirst j and lost in my of mind., Jhaj governor appeared again. My Feenst entered the prison with i remained alone confused in a few i Pules the governor came out Bare headed and tears on his Cheeks the Young Clergyman and his Young penitent followed 5 the former sed an Arm through ones of clasped and Pom l they both were praying old wept like my poor client had passed the thresh-1 of into the colonnade with a firm step his Kness kept peculiarly stiff As he paced along and his Cheeks and fore head were Scarlet while his Eye Dene d and beam eco and was fixed on the Steps going urn to the execution room straight on before him. Did not yet see gazing at him. As the sheriff appeared behind him and this priest also bareheaded i rapidly end Lelh my hat from my head. The action attracted his attention our glances met and of How the flush instantly forsook h i lingered our tows 1 scarce conscious of the Multi Buce who sat on a height confronting it All or to made by the whole a pups painful them interested me Unju was that of a Young Man not than Nineteen t to i hushed and. Silent or of the guard of soldiers at the Gate till one of Sherri refused i bribed the convey3 my name Lotke governor of the prison and was admit Ted into the then by the a Tiara dub f i and then along a a Olonade 6f with Ron it Brulc at the inner courts of the jail. Voice was lost in the Depths beneath us to a a his situation mental file d Ittlean Lowed the melancholy procession to4 wards the jail thinking of that Young r at this office. It All out Moya a Tushla a Chr i hastened with Many others into the body of the court and there Learned from her father and Mother find of lid friends the connexion her and lad. B Fiey 6 Liang been easier did not Lessen my interest in my attorney owned me and we spoke of All possible efforts to obtain a commutation of Hia Seri tence after Maya s parents her. Oat of All we thought of hearing what the wounded policeman might say. But he wit fourteen the Young priest Arm Aroi ind his gently urged him or his Knees and Kielt with Hlaj is checks his Cheeks pressing his hand and in Telder wifi specs Mannin g hint facing1 Yfeme eternity the govern tahe Sher Epand prayer at the hate to give of to a by Coti linking to own boy never even mount .1. A i j t t we air by As it after wards1 Prave do the guard Rountas under the Sepu Fiori build Ngin a Roth Hii Nain pile 4nef colonnade have spoken Oncu Iohd other. Myself was to sheriff whom 1 Uthe outer Ted test she her c married him. Forever f and next a glut of. .1 one Othour is t o creature Over de and sunny spaces All around. I the sheriff would at his peril make any cat by in her purse also. Forehead and Cheeks and How his closed while cold Bast out on his and he started Stop Ped and faltered did he recognise me As the person who had spoken Kim by to him in the cell before he Al and perhaps with All nay Pecau Lotf Given him a vague Hope or was it that the unexpected appearance of a Lisman creature staring at him in miss ration in that otherwise lonely court Yard had touched the Cord of human associations and called him Back to Earth of his enthusiastic Ion of heaven i know i cannot guess can As he falter newspaper
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