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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 26, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaConvicts on their Way to tie Penitentiary. March be Obb a v vengeance in us grave like gloom. The free winds of heaven conf stealthily the Haggard on the Walls a Black shadows of the Iron bars meshes where the son Light Falls enters at those heavy doors who follows Man through grief and a hint want and bitter agony lion the Gateway of that fearful Tomb. Comes sometimes with Early morn in lepers through the future darkly on the Pictor d scene i blots every line with tears i hire done yourselves us Hiie Rob of Justice dooms be to the Chain Goa s gift of Liberty r preying on your fellow men. Net coldly on be and rejoice to met your Desens. Not an Eye i with pity. As Wilh Tallini i red with hobble by. In Stealthy glance from face to it Oleate none to to care i win be gently Back admonition and Strowig Pray r. With Ash wrench and strange Sisun in Irons were a Beau Krits alone restrain d from shedding blood him human life his horrid feast. Oselus Unpi tied and unkept ii lire leu of pain remorse and crime 1 ooze slowly drop by drop the in nip d heart which loathes the weary Lime t 1 not of poor not so incr woman and woman s heart beats yet yearning All Enugu King love How to agonize hut not forget. J woman s u throbbing now for you i d Teol Alc and he Pless in emf of y would it pour its Riccio us blood final might cleanse Wuy y or in Farby . Destroyed the for like Balm flow breast Iso timing All sins of Wear Irie while she watch d be and holy Hopes s on the Mother s Ess and n your cradled rest made your boys from Magazine for March. Poverty. By one who Ewt Dured it. Poverty 1 about which poets have Sung philosophers statesmen harangued. Poverty in Praise of which clergymen have reached and Fine ladies indulged in Laudato orations. Poverty is my theme. Not that i agree with either fonts philosophers statesmen clergymen or ladies on the contrary i firmly believe that the beauties which they discover As appertaining unto poverty in their too vivid imaginations that its charms Are visible Only at a distance and that like the Mirage of the desert when More nearly approached All its beauteous colors and Rainbow vanish leaving nothing but a Barren and desolate waste in enliven by a solitary Shrub to refresh the Eye of the toil worn traveller. Of those tra Vellers weary and forlorn that drag their heavy Way Over Sandy deserts of poverty with naught but dreary prospects on every Side where the Sun of Hope rarely shines and the gloom of despair has become almost Universal. Could they Butzu bosom their the wealthy upon their wants and wishes realize but for an in ant the misery they endure abstract spec action would be exchanged for Active exer on and energetic efforts would to made to distress. Poverty and wealth Are terms in common and daily use under somewhat different mean is than that which they really relative degrees of income whereby we estimate poverty and wealth is a fallacious Tankard. Although the simple fact of pos to news politics science. Mobility Wellsboro wednesday feb. 26 1945. A husband in a hat. Festival of the sucking lawyers. Last week the juveniles of the bar met at the House of Messis Shearer fishhook to celebrate the nine a Nedreth anniversary of their institution. The supper was composed of the greatest delicacies of the season and the hosts with a degree of ingenuity which does their taste and ability As caterers great Boner had placed some dishes on the table Peculiar and appropriate to the occasion. At the top of the table there was a calf s head dressed with the hair in imitation of that Emblem of Legal lore the wig of an English Chancellor the month holding on to several cows teats showing the great aptitude of the animal for extracting Nutriment. In the Centre of the table was a magnificent Model puff paste of the egyptian tombs and at the lower end of the table was a Large dish of unopened oysters illustrative of that old adage recorded in Paffendorf. At its Side was a Wolf s maw and a Lamb dressed with mint drops. The origin of this idea May be found in on Bocage vide punch Pas Sim Page 5. The chair was ably filled by Littleton Leach esq., a Lineal descendant of sir John Lesch the first equity judge who was known As the vice of old bags. Or. Blackstone Woodcock filled the chair at the opposite end of the table supported by spoon Bill Pettius fog gum and Van Wei there. The following Story the incidents related in which took before the French Revo Lution is columns of the american a French tale is always piquant , whither witty or Wise and we doubt not that the very title of this one will secure its being read for amuse want the Marquis of co tinge was still a charming roue of the Regency of Louis had supped Voltaire lived with Sophy Mould and fought a Duel with Richelieu a Universal Man. The Marquis was not Buthis life of like Wax candles car ried about Andi which Are rapidly consumed by constant movement. He a Complete Man for whom nothing further could be made a husband or some other magnificent thing. A Outing was at the court passed for Clever for he. Had for five years had a Man of letters for Kis Secretary and so adulation every where awaited him. All Marriageable damsels experienced tender emotions at his appearance mothers praised him the uncles were charmed with him. Of the cousins Only did he seem the personal enemy. Cd tinge understood All this perfectly and he had for some time been thinking of settling Down. In the midst of festivities and presidential exec Tina. The National intelligencer has the follow ing interesting notice of the Here Rohonyi of counting the votes for president and if ice president in the Hall of the Bouse of representatives on wednesday last the House of representatives at a few minutes before 12 o clock suspended the Busi Ness in which it was engaged and prepared to receive into its chamber according top Evious arrangement the Senate of the uni de states a had been placed in the a a before the clerk s table for the acc Moua bless re Hopes who Jib face i heaven s glad Sunshine to the care Wor brow could Efrel How cold How crushingly he upon her Lovitti spirit now and other Hopes your crime and doom hav crus i d i apes of Young hearts that Neer can Bloom again fish oilily and cold As death s own on those Maiden hear Lejour Felon Chain i these Amii their cruel Bijj to be still in love and plead with heaven it sit be May be supported and Consold 1 every where As in their breast forgiven. Ill love of woman like the Light of heaven i flood the whole Earth. Man cannot be so Low i m lost so outcast from his. Fellow men u l on Liim rests its warm and holy glow. Tie love of woman it an Angel Given in Juan Man s infancy to guide his youth to sooth a his sorrow to assuage his pain Tiff Rich his sick bed with unflinching truth.5il m his darkest Earnest love cd esp to Oil with pure and pleading i Cliss to him in prison and in death is weeps and watches litre stanzas. the parting breath we watch Kun i a Mons heart it is no in the Houi of death that those we love up0n Ili Bier we follow slow Feli it ails us 10 the dwelling Low that most i Cir Luss. Past the last and solemn rite and dust i Trust Lias gone 4b Dia led Chai Merd course the Stream of life flows on i who can Tell How drear the space Onee filled Liy those most dear known Lii ours and local scenes and Oil but they Are Here. This Heartfelt loneliness this i of grief i i Wavier on our Flowers of Joy than tem but Brief tear the blossoms Lair yet still he Stem May thrive " s a i id season s withering blight scarce i the Root alive. Sing a Large income is supposed to constr Ute wealth and a Small one poverty truth caches us a very different conclusion. Weal la exists Only where the wants and wishes Are within the poverty be the Converse thereof. A Man who has d an income of ten thousand per annul spen ing or wishing to spend twelve or thirteen thousand is essentially a poor Man on the contrary an income of five Hundred possessed by one whose wants Are gratified by an expenditure of Only four is real Bona fide wealth. It is not every inmate of mansion that is Rich All who live luxuriously Are not wealthy Many an. Humble the knife and Fork practice according to the precedents handed to us by the great found ers of the common Law was rigidly adhered to and no revision either statutory of by ordinance was allowed by the president who avowed himself be decidedly in favor of the Law of commons especially As Many of the juveniles had not kept their Tetras nor Cut their Eye Teeth. After the cloth was removed the presi Dent announced As the first Toast the Glo rious uncertainty of the Law.1 the Learned gentleman decanted with much eloquence on the great advantage which this uncertainty was of to the Legal it might be said to be the air they inflating their pockets enlarging their Tice and inducing More than any other cause individuals to litigate. He had heard of ruling weak minded persons who never would go to Law and it was said they went through this world happier than their of a similar anon ounce a of v tee for the same Tel to for the i anuses convened l the Senate will to its r the members of the House Rose in theft Erda Itjen standing from the Hall in tie same Oto in which they bad uttered. It the ceremony occupied just an hour and t a half and was conducted with the most unbroken dec Onira the final citation of the result Nof having elicited even sound from multitudes assembled thro All the galleries lobbies and views of the Hall. The Honse immediately adjourned and in a few was As still and empty As if the greater racer Emony regarding its internal which j were overtaking elegant and perfumed infirmities which he still concealed under Black which of Thea need he would have of the tender care of a wife. The difficulty was in the Choice. The Marquis knew the world Well enough to understand that a Young person who marries a position in in those cases he knew the Choice was deter mined by the Fortune and the marriage outfit and the husband is merely included As sur inevitable inconvenience. He thought of All this and often scratched his head and was lost in reflection. But time passed. Delay but increased the difficulty individual enjoys greater wealth in a cottage than his neighbor does in a mansion. A Halo has been thrown around poverty by the Many eulogies bestowed by poets upon that Humble portion of the Community in which the greatest degree thereof is Suppo sed to exist. The wealthy too with a View to Render the poor Man induce him patiently to continue his tent edly to Ever expressed admiration of Humbug life but Given the lie to their asserted admiration by most tenaciously holding on to their wealth. There Are Many grades of poverty each so miserable that it is difficult to say which class most excites commiseration. The la Boring Man whose life has been spent in physical toil which though continued Early and late Nas barely afforded himself and fam ily an existence time has so inured Hin to his Burden so dulled his sensitiveness that in the end he bears privations with scarcely a consciousness that they Are such. The wealthy Man of yesterday who by Folly or misfortune is made the poor one of suddenly at one fell swoop deprived of every thing and left a there is the Man in Middle life whose career has been one Long struggle with hard never could succeed but has lived on a after Day in the vain Hope of doing so unti even his Hope fails. Of How we weary of the affected can with which Many of the affluent speak of the comparative degrees of happiness enjoyed by themselves and their poorer can the realy and absolutely poor be Happy can a Man who sees his family want know happiness can an honest Man who is unable to pay his debts be Happy does not poverty Wear out the the the eradicate the better fueling of our nature and can happiness exist in such an atmosphere there is enough wealth in the world for All its inhabitant were it Only More equally divided neighbors and amassed wealth but How did they do do Why by submitting often to be cheated by those who knew their foibles and preyed upon their Green interpretation of it old Maxim never throw Good Money afer bad others however acted on a More enlarged View of Legal Economy and whilst in uncertainty existed which he the presi edit. Lauded in the Toast would always try o expect Justice from Law just in the same earthly pleasures fade if plants of though an equal distribution of property is i heavenly peace i in our bosom s nurtured inconsistent with the nature of Man for were it to be made one Day it would not remain Al smitten friends Are Angels sent on errands _ full of love. M seek not bouts Isobar grief nor soil pm no thoughts to shoo i our hearts Are brought in truth to say thy will be grateful love Lor strokes our. Hearts to god May warm Imp Sale saw the gathering Cloud and housed them from the storm. Lit his own Good line and Way he sheltered these from ill in his mercy bless the blow to those re raining still Bijj not Hope to join a heaven the song the blessed almighty lord and King of saints How Joist and True thy ways. By no Means an impossible the wealthy would Only Bear in Mindi that they will have to Render up a strict account of. All that has been entrusted to their care that the worm of conscious wrong doing will one Day torture them for their selfish indifference to the. Destitution of others then distress and famine would in their Progress the starving wretch would obtain food for his body and rest for his nine tenths of the misery shich now runs riot in the world would be driven from it forever. Cube for the patient you have come to pay him an old debt. If be Don t hear that he incorrigible. Way As gamblers played at ten pins or Faro Omet Irnes the pigeons would win and some Imes lose and in both cases the profession Ike the keepers of the ten pins and the Faro Ables came in for a Large share if not All if the plucking. This was a topic Oil which the Learned Gen Leman said he should like to dilate further but As every one who expected to climb the Bill of Sand at the base of which they had now arrived on their Road to the Temple of ustice must make himself familiar with he should sit Content with drinking the Toast with the honors it demanded. Loud cheers that Auld cloak about be the next Toast was the land we live great country per especially for lawyers or. Spoonbill replied to this Toast in a speech in which he traced the Rise and Progress of the family whose name he bore and their connection with the practice of the Law from the time when offis country was first colonized by the by finish. The Toast was drank with the honors. Rogue s March the next Toast was the English courts of assistant justices of this City institutions which appeared to carry out the great end of the practice of the Law although by Means wide As the poles Assn the Rich Richer and Trie poor or. Fog gum responded to this Toast and entered into a very Learned dissertation on the of the English practice and it utter disregard of both equity and Law so beautifully exemplified Iii the practice of our own courts for the recovery of Small drank with a l the honors. Or. Van withered Rose to give As an irregular Toast the Shusters and skinners of the is True they were the out siders of the profession but still As they Hung shirts of the regulars and bad been partakers of the fleece he did not see How they could suffer such Sharp practice to be shorn of edgy shred of the usual Here the president interposed and insisted that the skinners and Shusters had brought for the Security of the husband is precisely in the reverse ratio of his years. At last the Marquis came to his Resolution. It was to leave the matter to Chance had often Favores d him at any rate there was originality in the scheme. He went to a Brilliant party at the Princess de Laballe s All that was Beautiful Noble was there assembled m. De co tinge was he entered gravely his eyes his sword pointed upwards in Short with an air of Luekain in Orestes. A general burst of laughter saluted him. Nothing disconcerted Fie said i come ladies to consult destiny. Herein Are an existence and the heart of a and he partially opened his folded hat which was filled with tickets. Here of francs and a Tion of tie be coding officers of h the members no longer in groups in the aisles and lobbies or lounging Over the Las newspaper were generally in their the silence of expectation gradually Down on All present As the Finger of the Dia to the hour of noon. The. Dorota of the Ball were thrown open and in a few moments the the Senate was Indica Ted by the appearance of their sergeant at arms who followed by the president and Secretary of the Senate and the senators walking two by two who took seats prepared for them in a double semicircle round about the Erea in front of the clerk s table i the president of the Senate having de to the speaker s chair the speaker of the House being seated on his left stood As did the members of the House until the senators were seated in order. The tellers appointed by the two houses or. Walker of the Senate and messes. Kennedy of Maryland and Burke of new Hampshire of the House look their seats at the table of the Secretary of the Senate on their right the clerk of the House on their left hand the chief clerks of the House and the Senate be ing seated at the table below the two sergeants at arms having seats on either Side. The scene had nothing of the pomp that would have blazed upon the Eye at a ceremonial of such consequence in governments differently of gained from ours. Depending for its solemnity and its effect on the Inge a great nation can occupied passed within its Walls. R had animal magnetism. A lecturer upon this science during Sonrier a abject in new Xor Sicri j thursday evening was requested to. The organs of Alimenti Vencuss ideality when the patient most conceivably ludicrous rhapsody which i somewhat As follows me have some Aupp crr give Roe two stews and a Small Fry. It has a lobster in in d n the give me another Fry i am going to with Kero a and East fit for the Jupiter shall have a Gln Ricus gods and Bacchus shall drink rent greatness of the . Be done to one who regarded it with a philosophic Eye it had a solemnity approaching the who that reflected on struggles the tumult the Battles and the blood which have so the acquisition of a disputed throne in the old indeed of a disputed chieftain ship in the govern ments of the new look on ibis More delicious nectar than he Ever dreamed of. Of what a glorious vision i i. Describe it. I see Jong vistas of Beefsteak open before me like a i hear sounds of ravishing music each note is a Westphalia Ham. And now i will go to sleep on a bed of rare Venison boiled eggs shall be my Pillow and the sheets hot and steaming buckwheat cakes. Huny up them from the audience amid convulsions of laughter yes and i la Jay. Me Down in the great Kitchen of dream that i am l led in a Plum pud i la have glorious visions pictured on shall be canopied with biscuits and paved with hot loaves. The Siars shall Shin sweetly like frosted sugar Moon shall become a great cheese and Sun a Bright gob of eternal Ginger bread cruelty killed by kindness. A Young woman in Vermont married a poor hot worthy Man against her father s wish r1 he drove them from his House closed his door and heart against them. Down Imar Boston went to work Arnt prospered. After Many years the father had occasion to come to Boston. He peaceful and tranquil Assembly remembering he purpose which had called it together and go and be his daughter exp Ecung a cold the event which it was virtually to consummate and not be deeply impressed by the in Are an income tickets is dowry but a single one of these marked and it is to be the Winner ladies and the Young persons entering into the joke and unsuspicious of the nature of the lottery surrounded him and each Drew a ticket. The marked one was drawn by Mademoiselle de Mirepoix a handsome Brunette of Twenty five. Said the Marquis seriously what you have won is a husband. I put myself and my Fortune into this hat accept the one and the other for both belong to at first there was laughing but it was seen the thing was in Earnest and Maci Emoi Seille who was not Rich and had not sighed for some time swooned with Delight. Three years afterwards the Marquis was an Emigrant in Germany and his wife was in England. Turkish paper. The Picayune has had translated the Fol lowing from a number of the turkish paper of which we received a copy recently trans melted from Constantin Puj in relation to our presidential election. Of the three can says the constantinople editor now seeking to be the Caliph of America two Are men of remarkable endowments and the other is naturally popular in the Southern states. In the North where there Art few people of color the struggle will be a close one Between or. Klai and or. Pulk hut in the South or. Burned he being a Black Man will of course carry every thing before him should either of the former be Choden it is understood that the friends of the other will Ang themselves in order to escape or scrip on a species of Guillotine very much dread d politicians and said to be an improve ment upon the Bow string. In Case or. Burned should Triumph there appears to be o doubt that the whole White population will be put to the sword. Of course the Happy expedient Here first devised for secur ing the succession to supreme executive Power by a delegated expression of a nation s will the spectacle was earnestly contemplated by an auditory As Large As the limits of the galleries could by possibility contain. The ladies never the last to catch a prevailing enthusiasm or to gaze with interest on sol emn Public been pouring along every Avenue and climbing the endless multitude of Steps by which they reach the narrow space allotted to them for hours but the gallery called theirs could by no Means contain All who struggled for seats or stand ing room within its precincts and those who arrived too late for these privileged places were Fain to Content themselves with the two nearest wings of the gentlemen s gallery into which they seemed to have overflowed on either Side. The residue of this which runs round the whole semicircle Boun Dary of the Hall was piled up in dark masses with eager orderly and attentive observers of what was transacting in the space below. Considering he multitude assembled an astonishing silence pervaded the Hall when or. Mangum president of the Senate Rose Anil said that the Senate and House of representatives had met according to the Constitution for the purpose of counting the Voles Given by the electors of the several states for president vice president of the United and then taking from caption. His daughter arid her h husband received him most kindly and. Lovingly. After ing with them awhile he went Back to ver . One of his neighbors hearing where he had beep asked him How his daughter and her. Husband treated him. I never was so treated before in my said the weeping and broken hearted father. They have broken my heart have killed me i Don t feel As though i could live under it what did they do to you asked the neighbor. Did they abuse you1" they loved me to death and killed me with said he. I can never for give myself for treating them so cruelly my own Darling who loved me so affectionately i feel As if i so would die to think Bow 1 grieved the precious child when t spurned her from door. Heaven bless them and forgive me my cruelty and injustice to who does not see in this an infill file cure for difficulties Between Man and Man is not a child nor a Man on Earth who would not feel and say that that so deeply and outraged by her angry right in treating him As she did. That father was her but she not his. He hated her while she loved hire the papers before him one of the sealed pack Ages broke the seals opened it and said i present to you gentlemen tellers the votes of the electors of of Maine that they May be or. Walker then read aloud the report o f the proceedings of the electors of that state and the clerks took Down the numbers As they were announced. In this manner the reports from All the tales were gone through with the some fair land the profession into disgrace and ought to be scratched out by a bar sinister. This interruption was resented by or. Spoonbill and considerable of a rumpus ensued which broke up the meeting s poverty is except where there is an actual want of food and raiment a thing More imaginary thaa real. The shame of of being is a great and fatal weakness though arising in this country from the fashion of the time Success of the first named gentlemen will ensure the decapitation of the negroes and produce a foreign War and great Britain has sworn to protect a. Race of people from which she gathers so much Wool. Modern philosopher in treating upon Homo Pathy one Grain of time dissolved in a bucketful of and taken one drop at every hour Day is a Eyre for ragged Shiriti verness and patched Germantown til graph. Stibli me. It was a Lovely was hush1 de in was heard to disturb the stillness of zephyrs fanned the Earth from the sunny South to the Black regions of my dear Desdamona in a la her Beauty Jand loveliness came bounding like a of Herfa ther s mansion she her., Asil in the act of soft note of music held my enraptured by of Bliss. Her far inn senses if she had been Spring Elic ving each other from time to time in the 6vc and fancy with wild she screamed aloud old sow our Talent is love Clara Bill the other night an he Sfat Bylthe Side love Bill i hardly know what it is suppose it must be Raar Rieland kissing the1 babies a Bill fainted. Result was now made known for the firs time. Morse a. The counting Teing at length Man writing to a Friend in Walker Rose and said tellers counted the votes Given for 1 p. Reading. The process was necessarily rather heavy and nothing but its great intrinsic import Anee preve fed its being insufferably tedious he result of each Ballet sing known so Long beforehand. Yet a stranger on witnessing he respect Fol and restrained attention of All present might have almost supposed that the ind sind i m done now vice president have i this Good Steamer me to same Dent of the Senate the president of the Striate a Clear ind firm i can t i you a letter it i. Co tinting pit. It before Yankees going to have _ _ Steamer that aint Lio Steamer at Alf but it sends letters by Thunder and so i i ii t ii m i Ine spa ferr
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