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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 14, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaNew volume. Splendid july 1841. I s lady s and Man s Magazine. In this highly Oft having than six a to in the most i the first of new final engravings or that shall by of her m. 7 edition to the fact the of e to Lent of Tho can be found in any i s country in y arc engraved and coloured Gazic by the produce and ate a shorn the latest design and London and Conse y be relied upon As the pre the United states for n which they Are issued for colouring Tun any action and have the trib Tois. In addition to f array of original contrib h the Magazine hag thus arrangements have been made Ber More of the Best Fri Day so that spice and a. E looked for in the literary in the new volume. And pastimes. This inter re of the Genll arved As important to Yonne and in fact to All Young or in the sports of the Jim. Articles in this de i be from acknowledged the very Best authority. C and paper. The Rol opened with a new and 3e, cast expressly fur the a Chancial execution shall a sins neat Noan and the 1 be upon the finest Whita of various patterns. Superior workmanship. A Hrc ikast and dressing r tables. Wora stands jul secretaries. Ids of All descriptions. made to order. Or Hopes by his Superior work Able strict attention Lent a of Public Patron b. T. Vanhorn. 20th, 840. _ lets tuscan raped nay to. F. H. Smith. Cloths. Are in want of Winter cloth inf. New store whore you will i is to also 1 cloth Pilot cloth Etc. F. Ii. Smith. Be. 5, 18 id. Aj1 persons in for cwt by note r oth Erwim i and Sroaka payment. All this notice or jail of Tiff on to will be called open by a. S. Brewster. Lay 35ib, 1841. Printed and published every wednesday by j. P. Mac Tell at year payable half yearly in Advance or 5o if id thin the year. Vol. . 48. The Tioga Tiona county Wellsborough wednesday july 14, 1841. Whole no. 152. Made by Law that if any Bank shall at repealing their Charters on Stich of the or among any party ing squeeze the human heart. I i ure of charter. I huh. .1 making not More than a Square ab3olute and unconditional provision Sci Lluc Traer Ted three time for one r insertion of this kind can effect the frequent larger charged in the same pro Over issues by the Banks induced by portion Thoice exceeding six lines the inordinate cupidity of those under conduct St incl on which our banking institutions re that hereafter there Are to be no More suspension of specie in answer to these views the first a. Fisic 4cx it Tea wed us lilt Judi univ us uiu2c us tier Pedata and those making six lines whose direction they May be cond 3-4 let he t be for every time after. Ike Price fur ant i i r r by announced As the foundation or inter inns the same. Ij7" All letters and communications must be Post paid to ensure attention. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise by the year Ivo subscription race ipod fora Shorter period Section of the ref Jim Bill than Sis months nor will any paper be Discon lists provided unused until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher. Provided and forfeitures to of the Feder then Penally who Cir the several address of the democratic Central com Mittee to the people of Pennsylvania. No. 5. We proceed fellow citizens accor it will be remarked that this is an Ding to Promise to explain the motives unconditional repeal without limit which induced governor Porter to sex lion of time of All Laws for securing Erciso the Power vested in him by the specie payments and hip matter is Constitution to disapprove any act of thus fully submitted for decision to the the legislature he believes to be sub people. Governor Porter and the whig aversive of the Public Good and an in. I of that admirable instrument. We will now notice the first Federal Reform Bank Bill. Publicly declaring a division of among Aid refusing at the same time to i heir just debts is revolting to every principle of common honesty and Good morals. If the Laws of the Commonwealth Are thus contemptuously trampled on. The poor pretext of necessity or girl in behalf of the act of mis pension 1 t Tiisik ii is time an example was Marie of the offenders to vindicate the Law and to punish their in answer to these must , s the fed the 12th Bill to become a Law. We have thus without entering details Given an outline Princi pal features of this far famed Federal Reform Bill and he views of the go Vernor upon the subject to which in re lates and his reasons for refuse is to Siun it. In order that the Fps Ople May be enabled i o form a Coriece opinion of those general . Porter for his veto w Inch Here moulded by the Federal Nom Bim-5 of the Liucc ainu have since Benn retailed by be y Ivy peril in Fth Sune. A is Jned full of sound and fury tint Here it Deral members thwarted in honest purposes by this Bill which was returned by the governor to the legislature with his Banks within this Commonwealth Are just and righteous subject and liable according to the pro Era i Reform Bill provided in visions of the several acts of Assembly Section k in such Case and provided for the Tull Banks Negler King or Rafti ing to in Trif a honest purposes b non payment of their liabilities on de pay on demand any of their i veto of the executive but it can Mand in Gold or Silver be and Ihu same in Gold or Silver com might de Ilmon Are hereby dividends to their stockholders g per cent per annul any prof its Over 5 percent to be in a contingent fund to be divided pro rata among the stockholders at Ile the business of the Bank so Muc i of any former Law As prohibits any Sank not paying in liabilities in Gold or Silver on miking Loans or dividends or issuing its own Sun Pinion and effectual provision to notes or Bills is hereby prevent the suspension of specie pay thus the Federal members in i heir meals the latter As the unqualified boasted Reform Bill studiously Contri friends of an unlimited suspension vented every suggestion made by the ver expect to enjoy Comfort n world and May Well ousts of finding happiness in other. Jit wiil he sine logo Down to the Gravs Ere time shall have bedecked his brow with the blossoms of Aee and the Jirleen leaves of Hope will i i before the first Hud of enjoyment has expanded. It i True the Mush Rooni of peace May Spring up dining a Short night of forgetful but they will All Wither beneath the searching rays of How can you my friends Ever have the and cruelty to cheat the i renter when you consider How much he has Jone and is every Day doing for Vou. Lie has o nine ounces. The dimensions Are As follows length from base to inches six lines breadth at the base three Ine lips. When the ear is applied to the says or. It Ingison. A Dull lengthened sound is heard which is synonymous with the arterial pulse this is instantly succeeded by a Sharp Quick sound like that of a valve of a Bellows or the lapping of a dog. There is then a period of repose. The first Souert appears to be produced by the contract Ion of the ventricle the second by the Reflux of the blood against Ibe Semi lunar valve. These Are what we Call the sounds of the heart. Majority in the legislature Are fairly placed before them. The former As a and advocate of a re poured into the Treasur some of the most not drown the voice of reason and of valuable gifts that anything of a common sense. A Plain statement of god fan bestow Aye riches which in sufficient to convince every you would not part for the possessions prejudiced that the governor of the whole world and a on and that his honest fearless and Dei Sive coir a has been marked by judgment which intuitively Between right and Wrens and that Devotion to the Public i which is estimable in the Man and to creditable to those have designated him As the candidate questions by a a certain River there in a Bridge and at one end of the Bridge a Gallows and at the other a House of judicature with four judges who pass the following Law a Small Corner of heaven. With the whoever passes Over ibis Bridge must keys of magic As it were he has open first take an oath and swear where heed the Iron cased doors of the human is going and what is his business if the darkness lie swears the he shall go free of ignorance and lit up the lamp of hut if he swears falsely he shall be knowledge and Wisdom. That mighty hanged on the a cer press surrounded by a Tain Man taking the oath swore that Halo of glory and its effulgence sex he was going to be hanged on the gel tends All Over the bread Empire of the lows that was his business and no mind illuminating the darkest avenues other. Said the judges if of the heart and yet the we let this Man go fee he swears a lie of i heir Choice. R i r i but there is another objection to Thi objection on the 3th april 1811, has of an unlimited vented every Sugges Loii made by the Bill urged by the governor in Hii of the pan n a been announced m the fed Era. Papers the former the of hard Money Gove nor and in every instance a of to e Vuk. Importance Man any we Man to to h. A7d by h e to w the address of the Federal Mem the found Hon for currency the lat str acted Power from the people and con have discussed because it rests upon ins ill a k 5 k Oas the Reform upon , Bank feared it upon Banks. The of the . The Bei s by swear8 n oils. Hill substantially the Bank whom a Haa delivered from mental the governor m the same the u. States 25th Section bondage and place i in a Parade Selv says i recommend the prohibition of the 1st sri icle of Constitution off l us x fruit of his of Law of the pernicious practice of is provides that no corporate body shall Anil in bars too As the Reform upon examining its contents the decision will be found difficult whether vanity Folly or falsehood predominate in this announcement. If Reform consist in the unlimited and unqualified suspension of specie payments by the Banks and in relieving them from jul obligations and penalties for refusing to pay their notes As they Are bound by their Charters to pay to icon in Gold and Silver then was this a Reform Bill. Iff it Reform consists in authorising the Banks to Issue circulate Aud receive slain plasters for the period of five years then was this a Reform Bill. H Reform consists in renewing the a Wick of the Bank of the United Sites with a capital of fourteen Mil of Ler the friends of irredeemable promises for supplying the wants the Community 1 of Small notes. Governor Porter in his message of the 8th january 1840, says in relation to the act which prohibits the Issue Aud circulation of notes of a less denomination Ihan five dollars the tendency of this Law has been As i believe to place in the vaults of the Banks and in the Hinds of the private citizens of Pennsylvania a greater amount of Gold and Silver Coin than has been found in any other state of the Union. I do not think it would be expedient to re peal this Law on the contrary i think provisions should be made to Render its enforcement More effectual and by which we should drive Back whence of you uti grateful sinners if you suing what Are denominated Post notes hereafter he created renewed or sex with a nkin8 Lve hearts tur Day this is a violation of the pm eggs without 6 months previous mercy instead of gizzards filled with Enk i j us be he gravel take heed i say u you banking. In is a dangerous Power to same no such if truth Aud by the same Law ought to to Frek s 6 How will they proceed with this Man according to this Law or what will be a just verdict r 0 i los Littion All the Bene fits bestowed upon the Banks which had honestly performed their duty then this a Reform Bill. Coupled with these enormous con Cessions to the Banks and extraordinary privileges granted to them the Bill a provisions in re Caiiou to the Domestic Economy by the Banks some of which were calculated to be of partial advantage to the peo ple but generally so crude and ill digested and framed with such Over care to protect the Banks and s Ibser Vency to their interests that relieve the people. 1 lace of and they Transfer to the issuers of them Large profits arising from the circulation in despite of out Law. Let those states whose Legisla Tures choose to authorize the Issue of Small notes enjoy the Benefit of currency. Pen Ivania prefers and Silver As Small change for her Cili this is a synopsis of governor por notes. Now Mark the provisions of the 2d Section of the Reform Bank Bill of the Federal members of the Legisla Ture. Sec. 2. It shall and May be lava the Banks of this Corn banking. It is a dangerous Power to be exercised by the Banks and in will ultimately enable them to evade most of our Laws. It Calls for effectual extirpation in the face of this reasonable recommendation in Defiance of Public Opin Ion and in pitiful Subol Sufon to the dictation of the Banks the 3d Section of the Federal Reform Bill authorized the Banks to Issue Post notes to an equal to 10 per cent of the to Tal amount of Bills or notes of All de nominations which they were respect ively authorized to Issue. This would have Bank of the u. States to Issue notes to the enormous amount of thus have been enumerated some of Samel no such notice had been Given of the intended application for the re Vival of the charter of the Bank of Tho u. Sites. This was of itself a fatal objection to the Bill and it will hereafter fellow citizens be Moie fully Dis cussed. H. Buehler cd n. Jacob Seikh sect y. An elegant Sermon. We hive on several occasions noticed the sermons of Dow or. Preached if there be one am orig you in this congregation whose account is not settled wih the Printer go and adjust it immediately and be Able to hold your head up in society like a go Gaffe be respected by the Wise and the free from the tortures of a guilty con-1 mortification of repeated Duns escape Friori falling into the clutches of those licensed thieves the lawyers. If you Are honest and Honor Able men you will go forthwith and pay the Printer. You will not wait for through the columns of the new York the there is no to sunday Mercury. The following is Morrow in is but a visionary Receola and one of his latest and is Given As a Spe Cimen of the preacher s quaint the text if admirably chosen Aud we Hope it will reach the hearts of our de my views marked thai plainness and simplicity of character for which he is distinguished and conforming with singular Fidelity to the opinions and principles of a Large majority of the people of his with these views we have exhibited Tho corresponding provisions of the Federal Reform which seem to have been adopted because of their repugnance to the opinions and Cle of unredeemed promises in addled Eitt in the great nest of the future the debtor s Hope and the creditor s curse. If 3 of Are dishonest Lois minded sons of satan i Don t you will Ever pay the Printer As Loag at the particular request of the editor As Nave Ion to of the railway Herald i will preach on this occasion from the following text if be. Are honest honorable men go be and the put neb. I character to no mums cultivate. But let me Tell friends that if you Don t do it. A Nair paths to the Tomb wiil be is Iowa with will have to gather your the old testament was first written in hebrew and after wards translated into greek about 275 years before the Binh of Chris by 72 jews by order of to Leneus Philadel phia King of Egypt. Precise number of manuscripts of the old testament is unknown those written be fore the year 700 or 800 it is supposed were destroyed by some decree of the jewish Senate on account of their numerous differences from the copies then declared genuine. Those which exist in the present Day were All written out Between the year 1000 and 1457. Borrowing. My said mrs. Green o her husband Otic morning the meal that we borrowed from or. Hiack a few u j s ago is almost oui and we must bake j said her husband Send and borrow a half a Bushel at or. White s he sent to the Mill yester shall we return the Lui Tor any of the Banks of this com a e Jears was what every honest and years a Bills or the my Are Many daily food in seeming in his world which Dren will die of the Yiu you Are too Apt to Overlook on account yourselves will Nerer the of their apparent Unimportance the Rie sing of health i once on .1 a k Gleet of who h has plunged person whom the doctors a five. N up of one two and three ars payable on demand to any amount not exceeding m 15 per cent on the amount of the capital Stock of such Bank actually paid in aforesaid shall be and the same is Here by suspended for the Lerm of i la cd miss j Inch pretended Reform Bill passed Are Best Tal culled to pro the Public Good and whether former or the latter correspond with opinion and have the Sanction "7" Best up " what every honest Man in the wealth expected from an Hon est governor. He resumed the Bill to the Senate where it had originated with his objections. In this admirable paper to which we respect full refer our fellow citizens he takes a Eoropie pensive View of the Corr Mon wealth Aud of her with Oil ail Arisen in con sequence of the general suspension i of the Banks on the 4lh of february 1841. Ali ill he says that there Are Home things in the Bill which he would most gladly approve he shows most Conlu into the deepest mire and misery and i to i i the Good people of this common wealth will determine for themselves and comprehensive of onii7h.thrm.tn governor s principles of the Bill. Conform the . The perpetual suspension of six. In his message of he of Mer 1841 the dividends by suspending and he Best specie payments save Banks. Sunk their Chara Elers into inextricable degradation. Among these ostensible rifles that of neglecting to pay holiest debts is the most common and attended with the of consequences. It ukes off All the Silken lure from the Fine threads of feeling Cea Leb a sort of misanthropic coldness a Bosil the Uff All the Cream that May Chance to Rise upon the milk of makes Man look As ova gely Upo i his brother Man As does a dog upon one of his species while engaged in the Gratifying employment of eating his master s dinner. One debt begets another. I have always observed that he who owes a Man a Dollar is and the Peck we borrowed More than a Moil h from the widow Aid the husband fan i when she wants it. John a y. Ii go fic Wii to or. Brown s and in it us me his axe to chop Wood i Forenoon ours is Dull i saw Bun grind his last a so Jim do you Sjo to or. Clark Sand it us him up. I to lend me a Hammer and do ii queued if he had All hi.-, ene ? you May As Well borrow a he replied yes. I asked few nails while you Are about if he had made his peace a huh the a Little boy enters and says father primer lie he ii ated for a moment sent me to ask you if you had done. Ami then said he believed he him with his Hoe which you borrowed a something like about two dollars and fifty ceus which he desired to have i id before he bid Good Bye to the a gum Case. I him ii made his with his Makei snid he thought he had up. Had he 1 world. His desires were immediately gratified and from that moment he Beanie convalescent. He is now Liv ing in the enjoyment of health and term of five a. A. Aged in the it Iii flying employment of _. Peace with his own con science his god and the whole world. Let this be an example for you my friends. Patronize. The Printer take the papers pay for them in Advance the for and your Days will be Long upon the of my friends to to Over head Earth and overflowing with the Honey and ears in love is As bad a predict of happiness. Interest of the peo plea but Xhavit s be 1 As. A to be in my hearers pay All your debts details relating to the management w a feel Yuan a Btu that and Kuljan honorable reckoning who Ean t sleep of nights without being your fellow men but above All keep sively not Only that its main l i Aii Idin Leat utes sure to owe him also a grudge and he Iccie pay a always More Rendy to pay compound interest on the latter than on f 17 i Atsatt tour week ago last wednesday he wants to use wants his Hoe child what can he Waul with it i have not done Wilh it if he wants it i suppose he must have it. Tell him to Send it a though soon As he can spare they sat Down to breakfast. Of mercy exclaims mrs. Green there is not a particle of butter in the House. James run Over to mrs. Notables she always has excellent Butler in her Dai after a few minutes James returns mrs. Notable says she has sent you the butter but beg you to remember that she has already Lent you seventh nine plateful which Are scored on the j o secure r a recommend that the Law Prohic live or entirely nugatory coca dior. Is enough to give a Man the lasing debt of gratitude which you payments and to task dividends curing after enumerating the principal of Hafl a wheel owe to him from whom you obtain seventy nine is pension in future v Usuf Nylon pyment., be sections he slates that he bid Barrow cause u Torun create capital Ufa foment to the first trans the astonished mrs. Green holding of the january 184, h it i. Under the Bill until the ten Days had near la consternation action of life so that when you come hands a no such thing i m after to the that several Banks in this com expired for the Nur Oose of to balance accounts at the Day of Gener Ever had half that Quantity and if i to. To me suspension. . Lne purpose of ascertain u jut _ of Asp i Uin i to balance accounts at the Day of Gener Asci lain my Clear debt that sits Al , All things May appear fair had what is a plateful most heaviest on the conscience of a mortal and above Board. So mole it be Hie he has the debt due Dow various the Printer. It presses harder upon one s bosom than the Prince Albert should die what a one s bosom than the Prince Albert should die what a of it the and chafes every Enol scramble there would in for i should never think of keeping an account of such a trifling affair i declare. 1 have a great mind never to borrow any thing that mean creature again As Long As newspaper
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