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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 15, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTicora 1 of James p. Magill editor and proprietor Tell Borough Diogu co., dollars ind fifty cents per an i delusive of cents deducted in i the year and for Cash actually in and Dollar will be deducted paper discontinued until All arrearage Are j unless at the option of the editor not exceeding twelve lines in j three times fur one Dollar and for every sub i insertion Twenty five notices not no ski lines inserted for seventy five cents re for one or three insertions the same. Discount to yearly advertisers. Original to erg. Written for the Tioga Eagle ode to Cowanesque. Gentle River and have lingered near pity Drew the willing the h or run Daims when love is lost or Frie ships Lorn ii Jer Anil their hapless victims left to Mon e Tif Bat Peri Sheil in their fair junk to the n get of lasting Gloo Lii Iii Hec now at i have seen thee Oft i a rapt in dreams wandered on lately Shore lied Uttard the Breeze that crept t Iro Distant Moi Oil with rapture on the music of i Sibirt unchanged thy Waters Roll As Bright a have done thro storms of sorrow d Anil drear fathered thick around the Fate of feeble mar of woe Ligoura to scar i 0t Grille Stream How now Oliy Waters r caring Rwjr Nelv Enward to their destined Gnu Ainsle Vith the Billows of the Mility deep. Here to by shall fiercely rage and Roll Ond a and in Ivlin d fury where the tempest soaring i fierce Iluigi Jerrolls along Ihu dark n it j ref Lelej from the Glas own Flo Maui sir out heart Anu links the Courgi a ir1 Bravo ten i a Irver shall thy Waves Roll fiercely o Tini my Cli scorch into sweetest unison ast c of pity on the of Lov j.-. Llii1 nou Ducj heart where Ell in Waters i i Jive i lingered on thy Shore when Dusky in her curtains and dispel d the i tit inv which waked the world to Wells Dowe Jonesb Foz. Whole Job. 414. Nch to be saddled and in half it is the constant Effort on the part of opposition and traders to out general the other to mutually Blind their opponents Aslo their destination and plans As well1 As to be Ever in the Field Fust. These efforts give Rise o almost superhuman exertions and tend always to Sharpen the in is of All parties in a very sensible manner he a Jap shows the greatest knowledge of Indian notes of the haunts of the Beaver and Buffalo of to move and lie time to go into Wirtjer sure successful Campaign. It and acute and these qua o make the most Herson was shrewd Ilies serving him in advanced very u Yre and wealth and plea sur led the Good Stead his affairs satisfactory manner. It was about two year s after the Stab ish rent of the Lor and when All Weie in acl Ivity and Hustle that Edward Ray a Young Lousanian obtained an appointment under the owner and travelling the whole distance from new Orleans had conveyed a cargo of merchandise for the use of the company in addition to this he bad taken up to re join her father miss in a Sherbon and a female attendant. So Peculiar and so Long a Jour Ney had thrown the Young people much to Gether and without and reflection with re Gard to their difference of , a Mutual affection had Arisen Between them. Under such voyage up the missis Sippi and across the. Vai t Interior Plains iwas of a most agreeable character. Both lingered upon deck to Admire the Plains the vast interminable Prairies and never wearied of their gaze. The desert even had charms and when the Rocky Maun gains burst upon them All their their pleasure was Complete. At Hov Tver they arrived Ray became a clerk Vard Ray with two Bales of to him and armed to the Teeth from Spokan amid the plaudits Olio regarded less the per Louan is at the adventure than the character of the one who Jer Tsvok it. Miss m Pherson conscious of the interest she had betrayed Iri her father s clerk hastily retired to her chamber while the father carefully fastening the Gates Anil posting proper sentinels lit his Tsipe and seated himself absorbed in reflection by Thi huge fireplace in the principal great smokers Are your Indian i traders who in More things than one resemble the men with whom they have to Deal. Ray of i fort Rode slowly Down the Ion the Wisest course to pursue was a journey of seventy mile s tired wild Indiana thirsting to victim no less Welcome that horse and carried a rare prize of tobacco., Ray Felt that he i and rashly ten turned on a wild and doubtful under Ordinary circumstances turned Back but he knew the had of , and Felt wit or leaving the by. Reflecting before him with a Bun a Pale face be owned a in the Chapel Enterprise Andi would have Pinion his fell Pride that no presided Over Ler of the owner was 1 till in dreams they Sank in swi e re 1 Ever might have been l by lives and la ought in Peerless Solen flows. Lovely eyes line gji7.ed upon thy a acc lie in the silence of their Graves names have dimly sunk in everlasting Trouil of ii Ion his million in his weeping Fain. Circumstances he poor clerk never soul t their journey s end and miss Al Pherson she tit As the d Lound to do. What be lady s feelings., i hts i to learn. He. Felt the difference of station and shrinking fro any manifestation of his aspiring Hopes tended to his business honestly and diligently but without Ever bowing the slightest enthusiasm for the under Hes tin sprung from darkness to return to i. Of fleeting Shadow in their turn of i his Way but failed i i no1. Onu men. Of the Molj i which have led have a Hwu Tom v1 and Kink on which no rising morn Chall proud pre Eminence of in reserved and taciturn thought Faer self deceive y excitement of their 110 Wake tie Sij enl minstrel of their i Lihr. To after ice with their hallowed Flat All this Jinp e Suli jct of my Humb c Rrime. Sim to Lily c Rar w Utji Luve mingled with in to secs Noii Iii i energies seemed Loha was that Kay who was not of a Sang disposition saw no m with Bis master and to unnerve Bis spirit. About three month time approached Whei to cur nit a Fern s rur rued a constant Supply of Waler grand and magnificent Valley of i be Bayou at no great Paluri a in in Tau stable thousands the Buffalo am the Elk 1ls a ers abounding moreover with the Bea of whose skins principally induce the Luln 1 tempt the dangers of the great Ameri wilderness. In shia spot in oven As so fort. Dwelt James m Pherson the owner of the locality. F Pherson bad left the exer tic of his Iod. Of a a. I Siriodis he had penetrated into Interior 10 of further Wea la and having for two years settled himself of s Pokan there driven a thriving Trade with tie Ini Iani despite the impediment a thrown in Way by his Rivali. Nothing loan equal Lase. New it was Orth Energy spirit arose and he Felt himself a Man. With All a Man s ener Gies Anc also with All a Man s love of life. Looking Back he saw the wild Indian warriors coming fast towards gaining ground fell his precious merchandise land give Illo the pursuers that be could with ease oils he was resolved to serve master s and he urged his Slee Ibe utmost. An hour in this a the howling whooping indians half a Hua dred in number galloped madly after him their Long Peara waving Ibe Moonlit Ghl and their Black hair streaming in the wind before him Lay a Cane Brake where Ibe Reed lose ten feet dry parched arid crackling or. Through this Lay Ibe of the him but Slid sure did be lot sen trip his Edlo Arjuner. No me co my Ite out Ben How Many a quietly. A Scotchman who in Early Day Cumry a poot lad now by of that perseverance character had attained the pos merchant. Of an enter right. In is Impo e s will suffice said Ray Johnson 01 r agent had but re id be this plied the trader despond Rigby All Wou sible however i and year is lost. To me by no Means r said the cleric with All his native Energy and fire beaming in his Eye Joh Ruson have the Bale or my Scalp shall Haig in a Blackfoot be claimed the which opened the a fore Edward i sex an alarmed glance eyes to what bad secret. J Are Jojou in Earnest or Ray i 1 a i i hitherto been pro person gravely v i am sir g arid Trust ind even sternly be wild Polly fal Obrite to Roe for fou Ith and Ray i cooked Forward to the Welcome shelter determined to Rii Ake a stand and there at the very Entrance stood mounted on a tall horse an opposing foe. Club thing a pistol the clerk clenched his Teeth and Rode madly against his new opponent just in Lime to Aav himself cried right saucy Nick there was no Lime for greeting and away they scampered through the Cane Brake not however before the half Breed had cast a Brand amid Ihl Reeds they had not proceeded a Hundred yorda Ere a Wall of arose Between them and their pursuers. Magnificent was lie scene which now de the admiring eyes of Edward Kay As he halted on the other Side if the Brake i the Reeds scorch cd by the Suni meps Bun were As inflatable Straw and the Llames spread astonishing rapidity to the Rigil and left. The poor Birds that in the morass below alarm a Rose on the Wing and a Law Himli d , halted to at the. Fire which seemed to fascinate them the wild animals too clinging to their lairs until the fire touched their very nostrils would Iben unwillingly Rise and leaping Over it Over Ibe Black Plain of cinders in Ibe rear of the flames. As the two fug tires retreated the scene became Mare magnificent for the Blaze was then seen in Ibe distance creeping to the right and left in sparkling and Brilliant Schaina. Then As the wind arose it hurried after them Las Roar of a Distant Catarain t it was heard while the heavens were Over last with the dose volumes of smoke that ascended. I away of cried urging Hia Stead to the utmost spirit is awake he Nuch c sublet Beave which h Blackie Ray of a fresh fort. H for the Safe Ever m once n receive a com Mel you Ling i stall Etc band Dent Gers in w h to tha extrac Beauf. Of Biak Deli to Besl j Man capt on the that Servi an e i an their i work. First re summoned and regaled with seated around the agent s Kan Kami other India Ops Cha Dieves f action what the a eed not a i testified their kens in an eau enjoyed Wilbun 3 the Fern is a most ent most lib Dian was forgotten Lay determined to be Plain. He saw thai merchant was till in Parl in the Dart and be resolved to enlighten him. My ambition sir Baa Fayen to share your Good me and did my Hopes extend As far As wishes might say i have hoped to pos fort my All. Now this was said a lurking smile that still More puzzled Hersbin. What Mould you be a. Partner Young the idea is bold one but after have done i see no insuperable bar Whit you i. T be your said Ray hurriedly i am Content to Ferk if you will All my life but coif have a daughter without whom wealth Wolrid be incompatible and poverty i suffer a a High cried the astonished merchant s the wind in that Quarter and Pray does my a Highler know of this Shel does. You will recollect our Long to Irney when we were inseparable compan of i recollect All and Pray does my encourage you she1 will speak for herself dear lain Ped the. Young girl who entering bad caught the import of their conversation. I him because i thought be desert your son. Of late or. Ray had Zlobl t i Hart discouraged. Me from my of a party of which were believed at the Naii Weot to coating party in and Vance of Cam tripod. The regiment was formed in line of Battle every in Pearing As Cool a a a cd climber when it we ascertained that the Tor Oroen were texan rangers. If fat before Matt there Wai n perfect Stampede of alarm along the and Louisville volunteers Al this Point. The of Beard that two to hand mexicans were up Proa Biog them at a late boar at Aigbe. Tea Dzurni were beat and the men turned out in some Little confusion. They bad jilt landed and Manj of them bad Dot received their Muske a which were by wed of. The were split open and the guns ant but but there were no cat Ridge in an express Lent to fort Miles a Roth tha lome Aad the men prepared to stand up to the scratch with the Bayonet. Scouts came in reporting the enemy to be rapidly approaching. The boys stood firn ready and milling to receive them. They bad every Region to be Lieve the report the be Tiue and although caught at rather 4 disadvantage they would have Iven the mexican As Liberal Ai Dole of the preparation of Tyml Ai they con id have de sired. No enemy happened to be How Ever and the Brave Fellows retired Bone the worse for the flurry. They Are now ready to present the mexicans with a plentiful sup ply of Lead a thing they seem sadly in need of if we Are to judge of the Quantity of balls found among their Amu Otien. Milton and Elwood. Thomas Elwood was an intelligent and Learned qty veer who was honoured by the intimate Friendship of Milton. He used to read to Milton various authors in the Learned languages and Ihus contribute a Well to his own improvement As to Solace the dark of Ibe poet when he had lost Hii sight by an affection of the optic nerves called a Guttas Crona. The furious ear of John Eaid recent Devotion to your ingress on i Ellwood in his Oil Nile discover by Djay Ity me that he was the same Edward Ray Wilb from in Sai d the old Man pet Tashly you Rran cd it All it seems and i am to voice at All in the i have arranged nothing dear father be it All to ill readily be believed that Edward id Mary m Pherson had no great diff n talking Over the matter with the kind j trader. 10 a few weeks after Ray t Only son in liw but partner at spurn i believe that none of the parties it had any cause to regret the mid ride Over the Bluff surrounded Para the wild Oregon. Barter comr fenced the gratified by disposing Fly Liberal eed was the activity of the spoken that when uhly o f tobacco not nor even a Skunk skin remained for mid Trade. Well aware that the i of his assistant Ray received his Supply of t Rhen discovered would draw off Brief hour of repose borrowed 1 i Back towards the Souslin the extreme s rendered it Asun be. At length How a and. Currii Irney was if Ulderino Gra u As disagree a log clerk i Lormer ties n sight of s the open Arm d him. On eager to journey d and motion Iris Elf at his a began his e of the Mer heal befallen whom had returned Dent feeling Cam Okan where he w As Nick we earn the result of Tew him to his Cou i in to be had escape j. A Parl of the Story which referred to to rain Law said that you Llave m pm prop just Arfi. Of a sudd vice tiry Quantity Ike had Bee undertaking g Edge Ory Bant him a seat i with pen and to the eve i elated the a and the Maun length he Cam and excellence of i obtained by met id a s Tracie i Limaye coir it it no pm i very much Nave been Ani Yon. That is All be son pushing i position to one 1 Hie frankly really so slow and i old should All n take so much Trout be to Dorriea be m Sherbon qui brought me i 11 yet beside ill thing to have be most cunning trader sail Raj Way i Strumer Lal i by Inlet 3 spectacles fro above his eyes Why. Yon Efto Rupini their bit is the first d an Opportunity o ou1 "1 not said the Traufer More Enlil it Doin tint what Otti Grea fran Yon of e Sud risk Gergly and Home equal the my let and do Iran Tari you Noli e e of last n nig i leave to you. Or. Said wish Yon i Wou with me. I cart tee mainly Enoi some Jour Conslaw of when you a f your life to i out. Have y Hillh to Compla it tour Cha Leem too Remc Ortune let the a share in Ine is adventures be trader i will a d be that Lack do by u any t Good Rea really bet i say conduct your Lali f pro Root do you have Echo for Rene Ftp 4-Iio louled vice it life in Matamoras. From the Matamoras Republic june 13. The grand Square in Matamoras upon sunday evening last presented a most Ani rating scene. At 5 o clock the american Annii attached to the 6lh infantry regiment a i tired the Square and in a style Peculiar Many of our National airs. The music together a Large concourse of mexican Olizene who Leemes highly pleased and no out went away with feelings softened Tow cards a people whom the fortunes of War have thrown amongst them and upon whom they have been taught to look with distrust and Fearl the mexicans Are exceedingly fond of and generally speaking Are Good judges of its execution. Nothing could have a belter or More pleating tendency than the frequent recurrence of stench Tuch As the presented on sunday evening. Lides its effect Jhon the mexicans it brings to recollection of Pur people Many remembrances i j Aritia a army is in a sad a severe fever prevailing among Bis men which is rapidly reducing Nis numbers. Gov. Hen Dei son commander of the texan Volunteer has this moment arrived at Iii Post and u now retrieving a Salute of Cannon. The governor a tall Soldier like gentleman of mid dle age appears to be in Fine Spiric. He a accompanied by a Small body of Fine looking than rangers. A detachment of Bis troops Are now encamped about six Miles from this poll on the Road to Matamoras. It is under stood trial they will immediately March Tome distance on the Road to Monterey and or. Of your will accompany Infra. Brazos Santiaco tees june 13, 18-16. Of attending the splendid dinner Given to the Louisiana ia4t evening Ai Matamoras i marvelled for Polk via the Rio Grande on Board the Frontier capt. Thos. Clark. 1 wrote you Ste Day about the arrival of this boat at Matamoras. The idea of a Steamer ascend g such k Inream As the Rio Granite at night the rate of eight Miles an hour with Boul on Board who had Ever navigated River before is i wonderful and Hai Crea d quite u sensation Here. Last night the Frontier came Down with no Pilot but j. B. Of course by Captain Clark Alid made no crore ado Aboul it than if she bad Brien renning Down the Mississippi. The mexicans could be seen Lin ing the Banks in great numbers shouting Al us aha their White petticoats and sloshed other name expresses in half in the Breeze. I have remarked to you before that nothing grows straight in this part of the world. The Rio Grange a the crooked est of All crooked things about last night the boat wooded Al a mexican Wood pile. It amusing to see the deck Bandi handle this Odd Locking fuel. It waa Ron quit Wood most of it about at Large a Ojst a Arm and an crooked that one of the Banda declared he had tried in vain half an hour to make a tick of it lie sell the tone of my voice i did not clearly understand what read and on Sach occasions he would Stop to examine me and open the difficult passages. Milton Lent Ellwood the manuscript of Paradise lost to read. When he returned it Milton asked High How he liked it. I like it said the judicious Quaker Thoa Hast written Well and Eaid much of Paradise Lott but what Bast thou to say Oil Paradise Milton made no answer but sat musing for some time. When business after wards Drew Ellwood to London he called on Milton who showed him the poem of Para Dise regained and a a pleasing tone said to his Friend this is owing to Yon for you put it into 0iy by the question you Haskeil me at Char font which before i had not thought peculiarities of literary men. Johnson used to bite his nails to the Quick an intimation of his dogmatism and crusting the Engineer gave it As Bis opinion that stmmr8neendered by it would twin the beat into hat. Col. Davis i regi Srou eed the other night by alarm caved by the a preach Addison was remarkable for the irregularity of his his heart was believed to be in the right place and of the proper pops was of a Frame so feeble that he was accustomed to Brace himself up with padded with Cotton. He occasionally found time also to lace his enemies Hume the historian usually composed while reclining upon a sofa. He did not search for Fame but she came to visit him. , while science covered his Bead with laurels used to cover Bis feet with Sev eral pair of stockings. Ben. Johnson used co sit silent in Learned company and suck As Fuller says not Only his wine Hue their several like Shaks Peate he held the Mirror up to nature but chose sometimes to look into the Glass himself. Macli Kechi librarian to the Grant a ice of Tuscany and a very Learned Man was fond of petting spiders the webs of which he would not suffer to be molested. He Seldom i left his books ate drank and elect among them intimating the Domestic propensities and Industry of Hia strange favourites. Rosseau used to knit lace strings when in a company of illiterate people Lor the Pur pose of concealing the uneasiness which their gabble gave him. He preferred his lace Tori ugh to their Long yarns. Boasted with much Gayety of the versatility of his passion among Many mis tresses but wanted even the Confidence to address one. To Bis tender fair one he made no tender. constantly preached Economy to others but forgot to practice it himself. He was always in debt and once pulled the nose of an acquaintance who hesitated to lend him a Large sum of Money. Certainly a curious Way of obtaining a draft Bloomfield wrote most of his poem the Farmer with Chalk upon the top of a pair of wind Inu rement until this time probably unknown to the choir of the Muse. Id i wonder How they make Lucifer said a Young married lady to her husband about six weeks after they were mar ried and with whom she could never agree. The process is very he replied i once made indeed and Bow did you manage by going to Church with was the Brief and satisfactory reply. There is an immense Deal of human and pity tis his the following fragment which we find floating about like a Cork in a Mill Pood with the came of the Boston Bee upon it of All my father s family i Lusta myself the beat so Providence provides for me the d------1 take Tutje re

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