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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 11, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWeekly by Jas. And yell Borough Tioga co a. Dollars and fifty Ementi per an exc sire of cents Ping in bands Shah Brdak l of on d Lumer purpose take to god the rest Grant the democratic ave note the Hunter. See or boil of me to detract it s of our Ance atoms 0 i i a a reflection. Olloe i o inc runs of Filini y us Ivi h. Of the fair to Ftp would tier of whose exp oils Ives in the chronic less of Drake or in the col some historical Sci Eli or Ivea in the mouldering Page s of us yet if truth be told their Lah Iii deeds were nol always acl Levid under lot inspiration of pure the by woodsmen of a Century since acne times a tinted indians fro a the same Mot be that or to those of our Lime to v l a Bou Ity on scalps in the year of i propose to Treal 172i, Llie Bounty in Linn Pshik a was if my recollections do not a i be ten pounds but an e Goth Pat of the sum which peaceful and scrupulous Penn Suyama afterwards ofe pad in the Day of Irir a Truman me a a fut want of Partrn-1 is Are born wednesday. Feb. 11, ,1846 i Brit Beean to Verk Bli do Way Toni re their victims of the stages their motives were Rio in of the Piott magnanimous it in True by one cannot help admiring the Hardihood of that assailing a very Superior Force i a wilderness whose Savage features were sufficient to fill with Awe and Ter ror any 1 at the manlies heart. It is useless to on the incidents of the ignoble and desperate conflict that Fol Lowed. The men lie Flat on the ground fir hours before the last Savage had wrapped himself in Hia Blanket and Lam Down they counted Eleve n indians around the two fires. I now near Midnight the Damp air of tie Forest i s very chill and the fires had sunk to glowing Pilot of coals that shed a dim n Day lighten the sleepers the Massy trunks of the tre i Ond the Hick under growth inon nil the spot. The Leader of the Whites v As about to gite the signal when an Indian limed in hit sleep murmured and finally a Rosc awakened apparently by the cold dropping blanker he approached the fire and stirred the embers with a Slick when a Stream of cracking Sparks flew up lard a the distorted boughs and shadowy leaves this sudden Light wis by a scream so piercing and unearthly that the ferocious frontiers men started Al their poets and with a loud flapping of wings smog be branches Oier a cad huge dark Bird sailed off into the f the Forest the Indian immedi of a handful of tobacco from a Pouch a Ely by Bis an off. Suppose nation Able h act of Pau rec burst those the c Camp i alien the the West in net f out Crilow far such cd a a Rel g of and Moitis on Uhic i Gas Jelly leave to Jcj of Xonia Phi Lanyh rep who can 17 no cuu Cep iou of Imp c cd instances that Maile earn for i or pose of Fla e n fac is and Lezaic reflections and in to my of tirs Slio Pilj t be called upon to p of ii e a if Arity for i say 1 escape Sigli of Low roots i he. H i to its Drew the revert in his Emine actors Ide and scattered it on the coals As lag to the refit owl whose d connexion with the divinities of his my Holdger procured it Bis remark ice. This the poor fellow i. Last piety at that instant the White men upon the sleepers a deadly fire and with a fierce Srouf beat Down to Rose Uilah ares and of Fen All two were killed at the r a Short distance from it one of o bounded into the dark Wooda and the of Hopr Wasj soon traced to a ring where no it an could i a the decayed trunks and id 1 branches the dogs of the men be Wever soon penetrated m Epths kill m out a do 4 gent let d the wounded i Etc and de achieved of which n before mentioned Speaks Lary with High Praise As an act of service to both god and Tan the themselves Felt Well satisfied having peeled the in Biliy the carcasses nit from each head they loosed i the bed of a cold and thu per Miller to refer to an a 1 Rary kept by the Rev s one 01 porn Mould this i u a Melj o the earlier part 1 the Reinander a dist be character less a s Solo y on the authority by n few old squaws the St fran i Ibe one of whom Rendt and Lor Juanious by the benign influence a Boll e of rum told the St client Mand w re Phin rns o w e e a of our Harra regarded As thetic As it if a tradition Glish rur Ulel that flowing from the Clear in he of some Gram e Moun Tjin glided Lazi y hard hid by fallen Trees decayed logs and mosses and the Buci vegetation that sprang from the Rich Foresi soil there hey left them o be Nib bled by he minute Trout that Dales in he pure icy Waters Urlile seated around the re kind red Good by dowry at cd Hunt ing Camp rear Lake Megantic a party of the tribe just mentioned came in 7u j to tort their Usaj bul Cheries t be of new Hampshire e men undertook to chastise them Savages were the remarks the Bounty the retiring which they did i Ceier ily and in an unusual direction whiles plunged into forests after 1 for nearly a fortnight they Hung on 1 e far unable to find a go d Opportunity b Mack they traced them past Lake mini Segee Aud. From in s top of red saw them Cross the Beautiful Lake n Tyio canoes made hastily of bark Lor lae purpose. Traits Miles further ild mountains town of con Foh owed it some Twenty the recesses of those la Bretch from the presen Eil fires they he Mosse meat which Idiana left Ami refreshed themselves drafts from their rum canteens they and drank w the the spirits a party of sic i Wolf Hunters and when they Jaid they slept the sound sleep of health foil t the morning brought reflection and re they grumbled Over heir bad Luck Savag had escaped the Rii Ost promo figure in their group was an a lag leaning lazily for on Bis Knees while he c to acted the Grets one nent sat o Elbo Rich Jack Jaun his i Reck cont might see that his features Man who w Ith Bis Larrow from a thigh of a me the finding of Long lost titles to a Larie family estate and eel gladly to take to session though it May be not without a a lira tear for he humbler Home we Are Lea ring death always Means us a kindness i Jan he has a often a Gruff Way of offering Iti i is the j cd feb to Beaven. The Bible. Ladder whereby men May n. And yet we need not ran kit the in d i to Ennick ourselves with it no venture ship Eek to bring it borne. We id not Belli lands and houses to it run Tutje Buzzard of sword and fire to so cite it. It is a thing always to be had Al i Wilkin Call Ever at hand and very por Eft Den in a journey a Load in a v Page. We Gay carry it wherever we go Ien at Home or abroad and even in the St Linen of night we May dwell upon it with y contemplation As did the ancient a Arch in his dream of Angels ascending and ending the poor. In i a pantry where labor is sube Rabaud aft and the Price of land places it utterly Pond reach of those who have. No Eana to Purchase but he scanty pro Eta of their own manual labor the Condi of the labourer is that of absolute de in a condition of society where Tifi Cial ranks and classes exist and where 1 the wealth and All the. Power Are in the Oss asian of the upper or As they Are some met denominated the Classet angers which hem in the lowest Rit Hrat property without Power Duca Tien without even a Home which they an Call their of course., Ible. In a country whets labor is scarce i Bere land is cheap and and where the advantage of Good education Are of Ferber Gra Uit oily to no arbitrary Jis Tinc on of rank exist and every Man by the area of his own talents and character May occupy hat condition in society in e choose to aspire it it obvious Dif Erent is he situation of the Labouring Par cafe Man s agriculture Toffi a Jarl 1 Geftman the Story we give below could Only have happened in Germany. A Young girl of Wenty one pole Koble a shop tender be Ime acquainted with a indent of pharmacy in the Ophilus Keubler this acquaintance very slight Wai soon forgotten the Young Man but excited a love violent Olti to madness in the heart of Jase a lenient girl inmate Friend of Rose w Hoad discovered the secret of her passion Ide a shameful profit of its intensity he addressed the poor girl letters purport id to be written by Kebbler and cajoled Ler for fourteen Yean during the whole of hat period sure never once saw Ber fancied but letters asking for Money sugar Brandy and even Linen poured thick up p her the excuses for not were of the most strange and improbable nature such As that in Censera enc of detention in Holland constructing expressly for the fail ure of his examination he was taken to the House of punishment of Defeated candidates such was the Tenor of All the correspondents misfortune seemed to have rained of him at one time he had broken an Arm at an other a leg sickness suffering and especially destruction afflicted him the be ing an Appeal enduring and unending Rose at different periods had sent eleven thousand Franks in enormous sum for one in her Posi Tinq to collect which she was obliged to deny herself Ell Bat the necessaries of life and to sacrifice her Little Patrimony and that of a Lii Fot. At last after fourteen years of continued anxieties end Priva Lioni Rase read id a Hep Tasper the announcement of the of Theophilu Gobbler apothecary of Wiater Patch whose disconsolate widow and afflicted children to Hereupon non com plaint to tile authorities the to had withered her youth and washed her property was found in her bosom the punishment indicted is fourteen years confinement in a Dungeon from to hip during a certain period in each year Light is excl it firmer. Tax Hovey in his visit to England saw at the London Ditico Taral society s gardens at Cheswick very Amah Plant of celebrated Upas tree so Long noted for its deadly poison., Iii was in a Kealty and about one foot High r i off culling age the and d to creation of Ibe i Are Happy in Choice of doomed to it in recon with Besie Terui und Dpi Mii for Unes andr Diirck sales. The is bilious Rouill be grit rally Trug glint to sew oaf in but the f Ijjas Ticejr take in their i Eban try cing the mortification Efa when hey were anxious y exerting All thurr Effort for a smiling vis a vis. I these Are and Downs of the dance the to urls of the with few exceptions Are very awkward and in Goroly while Lovely woman generally perfect Init he figure love is generally master of but being rather Pur Blind makes tie most ridiculous mistakes in introducing and although avarice who in the higher circles is Lynx eyed be Kusmits As Many errors Irr coupling Ibe As his coadjutor Hope illum Inalea the festive away they bound Ion the 1igbt Faoa Itic Loe he again Tim step in and throws a Damp upon there Piper stops for want of dance ends i i la going to be a Man. A Coleen Horary was visiting Tutor time mice family where he saw a i talc lad about four years old calling the Little Fel to him Well my Little said what do you intend to be when Yon grow up7 he bad asked i lie question a great Many to rips before and Tome boys told him hey tar an to be Farmers some merchants some minister but what do 3 of think As the answer of this Little boy better than All of mean to be a Man Taitl he it will Tratter very Halle whether be is a Farmer or merchant or a Minuter if he b a will be successful and respected the Eil try has known who never became but were a fat boys after they had up Auk your teacher what makes a Man and then like this Little boy aim to be one hear what Roberh Buru says what though on homely Farewe Dine. Hodden pay and a that. Give fools their Silks and knives their wine a Man s a Man Foi a trial that and a that i he honest Man though e or site 1 lie King of men for a a Mother s love there is a tender love of Zotian for her offspring which is generated by none of the other relations of life the husband or the Broiher or the father is her stay and support he is there to protect and to defend and though Slie May tremble at his danger or weep for his Mic Fortone there May be and often is some Shade of selfish feeling in the a Farad and in the sorrow. Bomb is not the Cise with the child it is for him she fears Tot far him entirely with emotions unmixed with Evn Olieas Unal Loyed to save any other altar one she might readily sacrifice duty from enthusiasm from love jut it still be a sacrifice in any outlier Case than that of her child to save him it would an a Pulie silence. S Lence is one of Ibe great arts of conversation to say nothing n to say something in Praise of a qualification so rare that us great Merit Speaks for itself for when Noth ing is mid it is sell evident thit there can be nothing to find fault with the ancients u unanimously agree a to erect Al statue Fosi Lence for the reason that they could never words aboard it and the ancient were right Appeal to a Jurj quote to Yon o Yon Teie a gentlemen of the jury i from Shakespeare when i say not to the question my client is a stump Flint Bis Wrath in pails Ful and it is to ran a snug against Hie interest me be mad a fodder for a fool and powder be if he n guilty notwithstanding the Crimi alleged against him in this indictment you my client u so destitute of the common principle of full of Tfaye fog of human nature s the moral insensibility of i Al wrapped of in 11 being As deliberately to pick up a totter i and throw it at the usual protuberance of he prosecutor no riot while you can darn a Star in Ibe Northern the Wakers of Ibe Ohio the race of buffaloes Nestle on the Rocky this immutable principle will my client is a a no later id am can -4-" did Yon at Ca Ido tend Church la Day i charged you inquired an old planter of one of Bis slaves As be returned la his dwelling. 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