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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 8, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaThe court of omit county Day re in errand West end Street celled Rah degrees East Lief Street 113.10 sat .12 perches to a tbenoe.sonth.135 i Post Corner in 130 18 Anu a front of Jeet y. Warn Street 250 1 8torj Famo House two de thereon. To he k Hurst. Itt of go curl of i Ovilla liveral Jor Fher am a Lomon Waterm Rin in prepared to received f i Cei Ved at the store 4th, 184u, Caps. Soita h a of Quantity of Ange for goods by ourt of Quarter Only As e. Carder and of Middleborn prays the Mth pm Aji Cense id township Ardner los Worth 1s43. " a of Jav Middlebury in toned inn or is pro for hones d Are Welt pro ices for the a Gers and travel in or tavern oils Glass 6 by 8, 7 by 9, s by 10, 10 by 15. Tin Ware and paper hangings looking Glits ses and thousands of other articles to numerous to mention. All the above goods Are offered to the pub Lic at whole Sale re Tail at Low prices for i any pay. Must kinds of produce received in pacient for goods. Arso seasoned common pannel lumber. The Public Are invited to Call and examine out goods and prices. , Packard co. Covington dec. 1, 1848. Books books the subscriber has just received a. New and splendid assortment of which he offers to the Public at reduced prices. Silo a fresh Supply of school books and toys by the Quinty or otherwise. H. W. Graves. Wellsboro 1843. New goods. The subscriber is now receiving his Stock of Winter goods consisting of dry goods. Groceries hard crockery Glass Ware flour comprising most articles kept in a country store and will be sold cheap Orro Acly pay. P. S. All kinds of Cou. V taken in Exchange for goods win. Reserve. A w. Graves. Well Borodec. 6th, and Liverpool Ware a few setts now a Good assortment of clasp wire for Gale at the cheap store. H. W. Craves. Sept. 20th 184-2. Salt Salt Salt 1or Sale by the the new store by h. W. Graves. A Wellsboro Dee. 6th 1842. For Sale. I Yoke of Good working cattle 6 Yean did also i new two Hora Sleigh 1 new lumber Wagon 2jbaggies enquire of Elmore Scoville Wellsborough january 1843. Ilac Kenzi it the door and but the h dared has a str when Shir an def i that the with d from the def the d h there a by and he r the Battiel of Superior Quality for Sala h. W Graves. Wellsboro. Dec. Of Ter Date. Rolleri Fri v wort erf Eings for cheap h. Feathers. By quat1tk of geese wan Ted in exchanged Lor goods by h. . Dee 6th. 1842. Beer skins. Feb highest Price paid in goods for do store of. A general Assort up Jak. Received for Sale i j Ivich we. Length i of Justi but and the that to he d its tru 3 very feb Vor Ihan .1 iry wednesday fit j maoili., of a year payable half Yealy in Advance or 5o not paid within the Wellsboro Tygh w e1 n bad a february 85 1843. Poetry. The Somers. Mackenzie f let calumny s breath or if she will thy terrible Choice the murderer forfeit to death pleadings within of a tenderer voice. I t that Tho prompt at humanity s Call Linch Ingr the Fiat of duty the and an Honor triumphant o or All and Thyl false in their shame u away. Should condemn lament Weed wag Cut Down Ere its or and pirate yet bloodless were Kent Brand on their hearts to their merited Ark rolling wave where so Oft to its i and the Lovely by brutes have been Oices to mix with each billow that is thy applause in the ears of the world. Be mercy thy Handmaiden yet Ity is first to the Trua and the bold e its of Sweet mercy need never be wet Icart of a pirate forever is cold. Shall deface it nor treachery stain Bee 3 i or let fun to Are be paid to did such that Hood by a motive that word say is certainly. If la and for my it does stance i and sincere. Ign my country while thus on the and its Honor thy children maintain shall shrink where it Kittles the ladies of Wells bore. I do n it ihus_addre9s these selections to you because r u Are thought to be More guilty of evil up a than he ladies of any other common 13 do i believe the sin to be confined to the female sex but it a because i feel a wart i interest in. Your Well Earnest d is lie that Yon May Excel in loveliness of mind Vej Ucli As you Are said to in that of y. Z prefer that word to others includes truth As Well As very sort of society the Only Varia be different kind of things people a elves with saying of each other. In fashionable polite Circle it has re is external to the persons Force and Connexions of its subjects. Here is not much harm done for no i the other with any wrong pre Ais Ethey do not care whether she t of estimate of evil makes s leaking Idle rather than injurious. Ety a Little More rational As if the flourished the belter when the soil t is the character the conduct the its of Hie that Are invaded. Every de every luckless word repeated lotions and feelings ascribed when cd was All that could be d enough for it loosens the a tends i Between Man and Man it excites i and the feel affects the earthly interests but this worst. There sort of society Call religious or serious society that is. From which the mention Olur eternal interests is not excluded discourse nor shunned As a Melan when right and wrong Aie what ves or disapproves where when Oken of heaven is not forgotten wrong is mentioned sin before cd is it possible the Weed can flourish As it is Here it has its most bitter cruel growth for the subjects of re Are life and life eternal. The sinner whom god Waits for a fellow sinner scoffs at ies. The stain that Jesus washes f ars a fellow sinner eagerly exposes. U it bosom that heaven has Comfort by wound made to bleed afresh by and whispers of his Fellows. They their Saviour s Sake the father hath s will not judge on Earth Are More ged than any by those who stand tinned and alike obtaining mercy and inconsistencies the almighty i men pronounce alone to be Feci i axe which mercy has suspended r and another year arid. Jesus in chaps is even now entreating should held Man would Lay. Instantly to the unfruitful tree. Do we say does Sot real christians Ltd thai i should think them other it and if the words be so Adverse Anicas i Hope they Are is it no weak better suited 1 not Here speaking of what those knew to be false that is a crimes another name no one e to defend. We1iavespofcen.pl our subject is that manner Vil up aking in which we believe what we to be Rue. People ale Apt to think there porn i in taking. A gift we Knout la be True pm beware that the things we Ery very we think be Ciure or hear we can by no Means know i May know that a person i t act .01 said such a word in saying therefore. 1 cannot risk a false l i add one thing j ascribe person. Osvil because pervade lion is Museth a Frivol Gard to tune be it May one wisely b commit their eve in a rank w is Hette vital int fault sex though the Pla this is of kind pre Judi Ings an is not t we Usu com a god avas tin i Cheply t god a Earth is and we is urea Here its to slander and de ares and Dei with i the be has the taunts whom for declared i hardly Juc alike Conj the error bears wit Sive. To yet Anotol heaven a i be still w the Root o that i of to their a time they we Are who i which will Vertu but suppose our evil speaking be Ertain indisputable truth. Are we justified Jay first whether you have never done the Hing you desire to said the h no would Blush to hear bought the thought you would not for worlds hat any one should read. If never then go and Tell the worst you know say the worst Rod think of All around you. There is one in heaven who knows. He hath said with what measure be mete it shall be measured to you but never mind zealous propagator of the Ynith go on to tear away the veil with which your neighbor tries to hide his faults the time a not quite come when if some one veils not yours the rocks and gains will not serve you for a covering. What was your motive for that injurious truth you told this morning. For that remark Pou made to another s prejudice too True to be disputed you will say you had no bad motive Bat did you consider before you spoke whether you had or Noil it will not do to run a risk in this while you Are keeping a Regis Ter of others faults i h so much Justice there is one More just than you who registers your thoughts and every secret motive of your heart. Jealousy is sin j envy is strife is sin unkindness retaliation anger hatred variance All Are evil speak ing itself is declared in holy tritto he if such is the evil where is the what the Best principle cannot exterminate May seem to admit of none. Take up the Thistle before it has taken Root too when there is not a malicious love of mischief in the heart which i Trust is very Seldom we speak evil because we always have Dune so and because we have always Fie Aid it done. Let the young1 be watchful against the habit and re Sist the example. To assist in this the first thing is to induce a habit of thinking As Well of others As they can fur those who think a evil will say none. You. Hear something your Are disposed to blame but you May have misconstrued the words. The speaker May have used stronger expressions than he was aware of he May have regretted them As soon As spoken. Accustom yourself to look for something that at least extenuate the or ror you see thus endeavouring to think the Best you will be in no hurry to speak the worst. Another preventive is to store your mind with other maters and pro. Vide yourself with better things to talk about it is the wait of mental occupation that makes us so Busy with other men s matters. Is else Lere. Com Ciure i cause an intention a. Feeling to or deed i cannot know thai what 1 i for Here ate things Thakari himself. K against another in their character lion i May have very Good grounds de vision and the Best i can Hare but nc4 amount to knowledge. For Peak in ear a person say thing to Day and j pre inrae baying he is. False. And in arise from an u1uij to ability of character a rapid transition of inf Liioi uncertainty of judgment vow Bitch Weka pm it not Rolce with Vimr Gedrim miscellaneous. From the of Foston Maec Lacny. Cath Ochus a thrilling sketch. It was a breathless flight in windows were All open and yet the flame of my Candle scarcely flick ered. I had become deeply interested in the pages of a new Book Najj was heedless of the lapse of Lime or the circumstances fluttered in around me until the flame and the Moth crack Ling fits Almy wings attracted Rny at mention. Upon glancing at my which Lay beside me on the table i found to my Surprise that it was already after Midnight. I determined there upon to read no More and shutting my Book walked across the room to draw the curl Ian intending immediately to go to bed but the Moonlight shone so pleasantly in at the window that i was forced to set Down and lean upon the Sill and gazed out upon the scene. There were a few thin whitish Clouds hanging about the horizon like the Dis Tant wings of an enormous spirit but otherwise the sky was perfectly Cloud less. Above the Moon was shining peacefully and below the would of Green was dreaming in its misty shroud half save where the curving River glancing in the Moonlight shone like a burnished Blade of steel. There is a strange fascination in sitting in the Moonlight and for almost an hour i sat leaning put into the air. All was silent save the monotonous musical gurgle of frogs in the Pond and at inter Vals the rustling of Green As a tremulous breath of wind swelled gently and the died away or the prolonged bark of some far off dog. I had fallen Mlo a vague i heard the Bell strike the hour of one. I arose and went to bed. But no sooner had i left the window that i fell a Sharp pain shoot through my head which after recurring at intervals through the next half hour finally set in to a raging head ache. Ray brain throbbed violently and is earned Loose in my head so hat every motion added to the t i if a Iron hand compressed within its griping fingers. thus tossing restless and sleep less for several hours and finally fell i was lying beside a Waterfall half asleep. The water Rush. Down Westfe me As if an Ocean loosed and hurried boil ing fiercely Down a Rocky n the air was drizzled with which fell Over me like hot Sparks and the Trees above me through it nerved at times human de Lemons which Long Bony arms Lony face and then slowly rising up lifted themselves into the air and be came natural Trees again. A thousand circles inter tangling and interlacing dilated and contracted incessantly then slowly the motion decreased and they kept creeping around me , they a Broad sea of so Puih Glassy and fading out my sight left the air about me All Calm and Clear soon a Small 6ye seemed looking plact dry at me that grew or and larger until it filled the wide eng of the horizon then it changed into a face which looked into my eyes gradually the features became distorted into a hideous mask and grinned and then i thousand similar faces crowded one upon another until the air seemed full of them they were huddled to Gether and tossed about without body like the Waves of the Ocean. Now i suddenly seemed to be crawling on my hands and Knees Over Slimy and slip Pery rocks which were covered with Damp Green Sej Vve eds. As i groped along the sea weeds began to change into snakes until the rocks seemed alive Wajih the nauseous crawling rep tiles that rubbed their Slimy sides against my limbs and Cheeks and cast Over me a dreadful chill of horror All my flesh seemed to creep and the very Scalp to move on my Skull. In the midst of my horror and Tor ment i heard the wild ring of a i suddenly and convulsively opened my eyes and heard the Bell ringing. For a moment i experienced the most grate from the torments of this no one can Tell the glad gush of feeling which come Over me when hound All this horrible scene was but a dream. I Lay thus a moment thinking of the change and then resolved to Spring from he bed and dress my self immediately hut what was my surprised and horror when i found i could not move j. My body and limbs seemed rigid As rna Rolfi and of an in tolerable weight. I could neither turn head nor stir my feet. Eye balls were fixed on a spot on the a White Wall Over my head and i could neither turn them nor draw Down the lid. In vain i strove to move f was perfectly stiff unit torpid and without the Power of motion. There see ined to lie some appalling connection Between the will of the muscular the mind and the body As if my living soul was chained Mere Ntilis like to a dead body. There was no a fearful sensation a if the whole Ait had congealed into a firm transparent Amber which held me imprisoned. Suddenly like the Swift track of a fallen Star the thought shot across my mind that i was dead. Yes that could be the Only solution of this dreadful in was sure that i but 0 god was this death had we been always mistaken and did the soul remain thus to haunt the body without the ability to cast if off was death Only suspension of Power Over this fibrous mass these finely organized sen ses and nicely adjusted Muscles Only the breaking of one link in the Subtle Chain that connected All the faculties and Power with their instruments perhaps the soul was never freed until the body had rotted off Little by Little into a mass of corruption and exhaled or fallen to dry dust and i was destined to inhabit this living House and feel it Slough away from me and perish Ere 1 could emerge into he Light and Beauty of a renewed life. This i had never dreamed of and All the. Joy and luxury of existence All the sense of Light and Sunshine and fresh Airall the thousand fold delights with which god has strewn the pictured world were not Worth such a Price. Upon these lips the worm should feed and i not jail not drive him away these eyes through which the soul had looked upon a mild Glo rious world through Clear glasses would change until they were Loath some and corrupted. Of god the agony of such a thought. Ino Lhing i had Ever imagined equalled it in terror and when i recollected the dead faces of those whom j had loved and and in sign smile which shown upon them like the last footprints of the freed and rejoicing spirit fled which h Bej Oken the re mpg i lion of the soul of a diviner sense As it was leaving its Clay thought even at the while i was bending Over them to take p Farewell look with this were Endon ing the same fierce burning the Fame feeling of horror and despair that now a thawed to like a Burnin worm it seemed to me As if the Joys j had even known on Earth would not counterbalance so dreadful a thought. Heard my name called from below i made a no her Effort but my tort tie was torpid and Dull As Lead. Still i could not resign myself to the thought that i was dead. I inwardly declared i would strove with almost super human exertions but i vain i Pould not take my eyes from hat spot on the Wall which had become accursed because i must see it. Sideways through my eyes i tilt the pleasant Sun Shine glowing in All the Ruboni and Over my head the Busy flies Humi died and buzzed incessant and crept and then across my face. How Long arid tedious were the to were years to my excited no one came. An age of torment seemed to have passed when i slight tap. At. The door i could not answer it. Again i heard a or Knock i knew it was my sister for she spoke and called me by the door opened and she came Forward cautiously and again approached the bed. She looked a Momet at me and touched did not speak. But Lay motionless with my eyes strained at that infernal spot. She paused a moment and then piercing scream ran to the door an d called for my Mother. Instantly the horror of the cry brought the family my Side. They lifted . Fell again upon the cover lid. They of my was not a flutter of a pulse for All that it seemed As if hell itself Cou d not be worse than the Tor ment i was enduring. I heard Quick convulsive sobs and Felt a soft hand smooth my hair from my some one said. He must have died in a fit and yet How Cairn is his was the answer he probably suffered no pain and Ched Al most in his then the voices grew More distinct and murdering and some one left t he room. Soon the door opened the face of the family physician1 intercepted the damned spot for a moment. Now thought i he will know that i am not dead and will relieve from this situation. He Felt of my hear and pulse moment and then i heard him say in answer to the anxious inquiries Madam 1 am sorry to say he is entirely my Art can Avail him nothing the voices then became lower and i listened in vain. It was 3 Long dark the shutters were closed and persons trod lightly across the floor and spoke 10 Erich other in an under tone As of the place was sacred. That silent Awe which chamber of death and Hughes the voice As if the senseless Clay could hear had passed Over their spirits like breath stain upon a i heard the Low confused murmur of voices drone through the darkened chamber. Now and then the door opened and some one Bent Over Rand gazed at me while scalding tears fell upon my face. Then the room was emptied of Sill persons vend i was left alone in dark Ness and stillness. I listened for Voi Ces for anything was better than this dreary in vain a spell was in the House sound of laugh Ter its Lapid foots Elps its Bustle and noise were sle was care Ful and slow and every voice a Whis per. So went hour after hour and i still Lay hopeless longing for the moment when i should be Able to loosen myself from the close deadly which almost pressed the life out of As i Lay thus i suddenly heard a Bird s gush of song from the tree be Neath my window How unconscious of so near How my heart sickened within a Raj As i heard it soon and wrapped me in Linnen and Evv arched my limbs and made the horrible arrange ments. Some one said How. His look a and then gently pres sed Down my Eye lids my eyes.-. Never till Ali at moment did i dream that that accursed spot which my gaze had been i vetted for so Many hours could be Home d ear to me the thought that we Are reviewing object How Ever the last time always raises its importance and gives its fictitious Charm and nov the me was a a Man the Silver Light of sunlight in a prison gloom link with this Earth. 1 in rain to keep open the slowly hey yielded to the pressure of whole no. 234. Ingers and gradually the Range of Ion a came More and More confined until All was shut out. Never before the fear of alive suggested now it Canie Aye free like a gulp living j. Though that should be Laid Down Hartfil houses from of leaven Amish if indeed i was dead then. All. The frill fuel stories of such occurred times that i had Eyer read came 10 my mind the Hope of ultimate recovery grew feebler and feebler. The Dight. Came and dreary and in ending it seemed one after the other i heard the hours struck by the clock until at Lasi from pure exhaustion i lost my sensation. It have been late in the morning when i returned to my consciousness r Felt hands of lifting me into my cof Fin. Heard them turn scream after screw unlit the lid was Only the narrow space Over remained open. I Felt the ides of the coffin Jar and rub against my arms and i despaired that i should Ever recover my Power of motion. The coffin was lifted and placed a Ruhr. On the fable. So me one asked when i Wasio be by Ridd. This afternoon was the Tes now been dead two i had been Union the length of a whole the Lime. I plead of dragging a weary length seemed to Fly with Light rapidity. The past seemed endless was fore shortened to a breath a moment. The clock ticked faster and faster and the Lime to pour i Lusel away in rap id moments As a rising Thunder Cloud Empire sits fierce heavy drops More and More rapidly. It company Gath the thriller creaked beside me and the window opened. I Felt the warm Spring air Ste Rover my face like a delicious . I Beard ,.the Birds the branches and the gentle rustling among the swaying Trees As the wind surfed among the leaves. .1 thought of All the Gladsone Earth of the. Blue the rippling Brooks half us Elighi half Shadow evening Clouds whose lines shift Ike the color of the doves the stars the Moon the swelling heaving Ocean dung to the memory of them with a mute despair Loving them the More the nearer i Camet loosing tie nil at last a dim hum about the room ceased clock ticked loudly and the clergy Nail s voice Tep Ealeta first sentences in the service for the i am the resurrection and the 4-c. I his voice gave my self up to despair. I tried to resign my self to the dreadful thought that i a to be buried alive. Some one lifted the lid to screw it Ere i should be t heard a faint Exelma lion from some Orie bending Over me too Dhoti must be alive yet there Are drops of perspiration now up on his forehead bring a Mirror and place it to his lips he May breathe yet it seems that the extremity of my agony had wrung out a cold due upon my skin. No sooner had the words been spoken than there Wasa hurry and suppressed exclamations of tear doubt and Surprise about the room. What a moment of agony was the next the Gruici Miou All there should of was worse than All before. The Mir ror was brought and then i knew the sudden and fearful my re Al state that of Catechis was at Hast known. I. I was bied instantly between5 lips a few drops of Jund my head with heated cloths with such effect that in two Hoit a i regained my Motton arid sat up though loss of blood and entirely exha Satej by the dreadful Sufle mjg through which i As through a fiery believe me those Wotila not suffer a atari Price should be Shower of wealth and glory that the Ivorid can such not Payea Sipari we e Reu finds arose from my bed an. Altered 1 with my Borai and mental completely Cham Geu. W. The incident of this Story How Ever improbable it May seem is de upon fast rapid Lils occurred within the Range Btl be Vav River s Ca Tucius is Niy a Peculiar form of Catalepsy in which fit penitent retains the Lasc of his various Wiiret while tie Power of motion is entirely
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