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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 23, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaO per of postage fifty Cento deducted if discontinued until All arrearage Are Porf of the editor _ lot exceeding twelve Unes m a and for every sub _ cents. Not a inserted for seventy five for one or three too ,1 discount to yearly advertisers. And no Man in prevented. Seminary advocate. God in his Uty pencilled on the form grandeur in the Midnight storm. Lie losing of the sea. _ fearful overpowering might stamr0-1 on Niagara s brow them s fury in the Plutul Light when Earth shakes at its vol. A aft music which5 the Zephyr. Bring from copse and Bower there s greatness in the Forest King the Mountain s Cloud Tower. There s Awe in Cavern Depths profound wrapped up in darkness pall tier s dignity in Man which crowned head of nature upon these of figs. A Goj who to Alks on the tempest wings. To he who Rolls the Foat neg tide f Down the dark misty Steep j the Ekht and voice with abide they broke from Sinai s Peate the Mitin and tha Vesper Roll for the harps on High twi uie who formed the Rock ribbed chains and them to the ski with Yemc darkness he shrouds he scat cutt Moshis vie less Throna Roan Ness sinks at his and owns god alone. Forgive the doubt. By Tdeo Oile the Jackson funeral obsequies Washington. Oration Eastern Pertiet of the Capitol june 97, 1845. Concluded the legislation of the United states had followed the precedents of the legislation of european monarchies it was the office of Jackson to lift the country out of the euro Pean forms of legislation and to open to it a career resting on american sentiment and american Freedom he would have Freedom under the restraints o right Freedom of Industry of Commerce o mind of Universal actions Freedom Unstack led by restrictive privileges unrestrained by the Thra Dom of Man Ophliea. The Unity of his mind and his consistency i were without a parallel. With natural dialectics he developed the political doctrine that suited every emergency with a a precision and a Harmony that no theorist could Hope to every subject in 1 equal. On every subject in Polit i speak but a was thoroughly and pro fondly and immovable Radical and would i sit for hours and in a continued flow of re Mark make the application of Hoo principles to every question that could arise in legislation or in the interpretation of the Constitution. Expression of himself was so influence pervaded not our land Only but i All America and All Mankind. They say that in world the magnetic fluid is to this end Jackson revived the Tribune Ial Power of the and exerted it against he action of both branches of Cott Gressl against the votes the the reaties of personal and political friends was ibis reply to them show me an express clause in the Constitution authorizing Congress to take the business of state Legislatures out of their you will ruin us cried a firm partizan Friend will ruin your party and Ybur own pros answered Jackson take care of and he persevered in proceeding to discharge the debt of the United measure thoroughly Amer followed the example of Kis predecessors but be followed it with the full consciousness that he was rescuing the coun try from the artificial system of finance which had prevailed throughout the world and with it formed a part of a system by which american legislation was to separate itself according to the vital principles of our political existence. The. Discharge of the debt brought with it of necessity a great reduction of the Public hardens and brought of necessity into View the question How far America should follow of Choice the old restrictive system of High duties under which Europe had oppressed America or How far she should rely on her own Freedom and Enterprise and Power defy no the Competition and seeking the markets and receiving the products of the world the mind of Jackson on this subject Rea soned clearly and without passion. In the abuses of the system of Revenue by excessive the mixture of Justice and Gener at regard Fot All interests the greatest Ger to our was turned aside and Mankind was encouraged to believe that our Union like our Freedom a imperishable. The moral of the great events of these Days is this that the people can discern right and will make their Way to a knowl Edge of right that tha whole human mind and therefore with it the mind of the nation has a continuous Ever improving existence that the Appeal from the unjust legislation to Day must be made quietly earnestly Perre Verin Gly to the More enlightened collective reason of tomorrow that submission is due to the popular the Confidence that the people when in error will Amend their do Ings that in a popular government injustice is neither established by be resisted by Force in a word that the Union huh was constituted by consent must be preserved by love. It rarely Falls to the lot of a statesman to receive such unanimous applause from the heart of a nation. Duty to be dead to de mands that on this the course of measures should not pass unnoticed in the and relieving its regretted Only that be had hot the Opportunity to have connected himself still More intimately with your Prosperity he prepared to take his final leave of the District the mass of the population of City and the masses gathered from followed Bis Carriage in crowds. All stood neat to wish As the cars he displayed Bis Gray As be lifted his hat in to Ken of Farewell you stood around with beads uncovered too full of emotion to in solemn silence gazing on As he departed never Mori to be seen in your midst. Behold and work Well done retired to the Hermitage to hold with Bis forests to cultivate ii went of _ the of the wife whom be loved he he would melt into and sob like a child. F no Man in private to so possessed the hearts of All around mane of this r Century Ever life Syntta n abiding affect ions of tip people so Nan web received Vroeman wan sex f pressed them so comp Ete Yvor so boldly to sincerely. He was Ever lived. He was wholly always Al that Converse farm to gather around hospitably his friends who was like Sim he was still the Load Star of the american people. His fervent thoughts frankly uttered still spread the flame of patriotism through the american breast Bis counsels were still listened to with reverence and almost alone among statesmen he in his retirement was in har Mony with every Onward movement of his his retailing influence assisted to forgive Tho doubt not of thee. That were a Ping too keen for tears 0, in Avert canst thou never see Why 1 have owned these jealous fears t it is because from boyhood s Days love was the famine of my soul it is because such Long delays her new fledged pinions still control. The ancient captive when at last he Slan is meath the skies or shadowed by the gloomy past. Veils from Tho Sun his dazzled eyes. Dost wonder that the Bliss i knew when first thy was mine Seemet ton my tilted to lie True. Miking my Kyo at once creative of his country. Wid he expressed them with dauntless intrepidity he enforced them with an immovable will he executed them with an electric Power that attracted and swayed the american people. The nation in his time bad not one great of thought of which be was not the boldest and clearest expositor v a history does not describe the equalled in firmness of not danger not an army in Battle array not wounds not wide spread clamor not the anguish of could impair in the least degree the vigor of Bis steadfast mind. The heroes of Antiquity would have contemplated with Awe the unmatched Hardihood of his character j and Napoleon bad he possessed his disinterested will could never have been vanquished. Jackson never ran Unis had. He was always fortunate. He conquered the wilderness he Tho Savage he conquered the bravest trained in the Battle Fields of Europe he conquered everywhere in statesmanship and when death came to get the Mastery Over he turned that last enemy aside As tranquilly he had done the feeble St of adversaries and escaped from Earth in the scions Neis of immortality his body has its Fil resting place in the great Central Valley of the Mississippi spirit rests upon our whole territory it hovers Over the Vales of Oregon and guards in Advance the Frontier erf Norte. The fires of party spirit Are quenched at his grave. His faults and frailties have perished. What Ever of Good he has done and will live forever. Other Congress comes aether and i could reverently his psalter and of i failed to Farook and bime know that Andrew Jackson had Faith in the eternity of truth in neither constitutional nor expedient. In this he was in Advance of the friends about , in Advance of Congress and in party this is no time for the analysis of measures or the discussion of questions of political Economy on the present we have to contemplate the character of the Man. Never from the first moment of his administration to the last was there a Calm in the strife of parties on the subject of the Curren and never during the whole period did he recede or falter. Always in Advance of ways having near friends red before the Hardihood of his his party who Cowe is i and he unceasingly opposed every which tended to lesson their which cruelties of i exposed them to be defrauded their dues calmly As Daniel walked among the labourers May Over grave 1 affectionate sorrow for never u. The t de of time did a statesman exist More heartily re olved to protect them in their to. Advance their happiness. For their Benefit u u u i he opposed partial for their Bene dutchman one Dollar on resisted All artificial methods of con trolling labor and subjecting it to it was for their Benefit that he loved Freedom in All it. Of the individual Independence Freedom of world be Lioni correspondent of the spirit of the times says he saw an irishman coarse the irishman lost. Shortly after the Money taker came around and was offered by the dutchman the Dollar had won. Said the collector this Don t Pewter Der be the Don t Pewter Der cursed cheat Well the collector Yau be Jot another Dollar you must have had or a Ted brio bet of Gaid the dutchman in personal Independence Freedom 01 the states As separate Sovereign ties. He never would listen to counsels which tended to the centralization of1 Power the True american that he was concerned of nine got mint it i a bad Ian but id a gentleman not live Ery happily with his wife on the maid telling that she was going to give her mistress warning Ai kept scolding her from morn ing till night. Happy said the master i Wii i could give warning Teo system presupposes the diffusion of Freedom organized life in All the parts of the Ameri can body politic As there is organized life in every part of Ibe human con was deaf to every Jack counsel which sought to subject general labor to a Central will. His vindication of the just principles of the Constitution derived its Sublimity from his deep conviction that Thi. Strict great required by the of Labouring under his Gui Flung influence the favored interests which had struggled to per Ytuarte unjust to the voice and Reform and every mind that had for a moment contemplated a rupture of the states discarded it forever. The whole influence of the past was invoked in favor of the Constitution from the Council Chambers of our fathers who moulded our in the Ball where american Independence was declared the Clear loud cry was onion it must preserved from every Battle Field of Lexington and Bunker Hill Saratoga and the Fields of the Cane brakes that sheltered the men of repeated Long prolonged echoes came Union i must be every Vauney n our every Cabin on the pleas it Mountain the ships at our the tents of the Hunter ill our westernmost the living minds of the living millions of american freemen rom the thickly coming glories of futurity he shout went up like the sound of Many Union it must be prefer the friends of the protective system and they who had denounced the protective statesmen of the North who had wounded the Constitution in their love often statesmen of the South who minds bad carried to the extreme the theory of state conspired together a breathed Fer the perpetuity of it Union. Under the prudent of Jack courage he himself throughout All the con test was unmoved from the first of the of the Bank to the moment when he himself first of All reason ing from the certain tendency of its policy with singular sagacity predicted to . Ing friends the coming insolvency of the lit sait ution. The storm throughout the country Rose with unexampled vehemence his opponents were not satisfied with addressing the pub Ltd or Congress or his Cabinet they threw their whole Force personally on . From a41 parts men pressed around urging entreating to Bend. Congress a flex Ible Many of personal fiends faltered the swelling wave rolled on without one sufficient obstacle till it reached his pre sence but As it dashed in its highest fury at Bis feet it broke before his firmness Tae commanding majesty of his will appalled his _ Kin fran not. H0. I the imperishable Power of popular Freedom in the destinies of humanity in the Virtues and capacity of the people in his country s institutions in the being and overruling to Tidence of a merciful and Over living god. The last moment of his life on Earth is at hand. It is the Sabbath of the lord the brightness and Beauty of summer clothe the Fields around nature is in her glory but the Sublimes spectacle on that Day on Earth was the Victory of his Unble Ching spirit Over death itself. When he first Felt the hand of death upon May Ray he cried find peace May the liberties of my country endure when his exhausted system under the excess of pain sunk for a moment from debility do not said be to his adopted daughter my sufferings Are less than those of Christ upon the Cross for he too As r disciple of the Cross could have devoted self in sorrow for Mankind. Feeling his end near he would see All his family once More and he spoke to them one by one in words of tenderness and affection. His two Little grand children were absent at sunday school. He asked for them and As they came the prayed for them and kissed them and blessed them. His then admitted they gathered some in make Home Happy. It is. The duty devolving upon every Mem Ber of a family to Endeavor to make All be longing to it Happy. This May with a Little pleasant exertion be done. Let every1 one contribute towards improving the ground belonging to their House. If the House is cold and uncomfortable let each exert self to Render it better and More pleasant. If it is Good and pleasant let each strive to adorn it let flowering shrubs and Trees be planted and vines and Woodbine be trailed around the windows and doors add interest ing volumes to the family Library Little a i cles of furniture to replace those were wearing out wait upon and anticipate each other s wants and Ever have a pleasant smile for All and each. Male Home Happy parents ought to teach this lesson in the Nursery and by the fireside give it the weight of their Precept and example. If they would burs would be a Happy and More virtuous country. Drink Enra Ess profanity and other disgusting would die away they could not live in influence of a Lovely and refined Home. Tha Audi lieu and some on the outside of the House clinging food or motion All of motion indicates weakness corruption Inan mation and deals. Trenck in his Damp Pri about like a lion in Bia Fetters of seventy pounds weight in order to preserve his wealth and an illustrious physician of "1 know not which is the most necessary to the support of the human Frame his friends. He self had a proud consciousness that his will was indomitable. Standing Over the rocks of the rip raps and looking out upon the Ocean said he to a Friend Providence May change my determination but Man no More can do it than he can re move these rip raps which have he rolling Ocean from the beginning of time panic was spreading through system As it and and though a the land and the whole credit then existed was crumbling to washing around he stood erect Haj massive column which the heaps of falling wins could not break nor Bend nor Sway rom its fixed foundation. At this Point or. Bancroft turned to address the mayor of the City of Washington but finding not present he proceeded people of the District of Columbia i should fail of a duty on this , if i did not give Ulter ence to your sentiment of gratitude which followed general Jackson into rement. Dwelling among you he desired your Prosperity. This Beautiful Index by the most de by a River so magnificent the Home of the gentle and cultivated not less than the sea. Of political Power this City whose site selected was dear to Bis affections and if be won your grateful attach ment by adorning it with Monument of use. S architecture by were the exercise of the of the windows that they might gaze and j Boly attended to in corresponding degree wit hear and that dying Man thus surrounded that the of great learning would la gush of fervid eloquence spoke with in b. More healthy and vigorous of More Gen stration of god of the redeemer of salvation Erti More ample practical knowl enough the atonement of immortality of lag8 More Happy in their Domestic for he Ever thought that pure arid More enterprising and attached to undefiled religion was the foundation of Pri ties As men. In Fine it May with propriety vate happiness and the bulwarks of rep null can institutions. Having spoken of Immoor Miu Talvity in perfect consciousness of own a present any thumb More than half a he. Be bade them All Ryan dear such Wero his final words children servants and 1 Trust Jurj when Constantino chosen Empe to meet you All in heaven both White and ror a found in office and Black and having borne his testimony to he jugs Sedan edict requiring them to renounce immortality he bowed mighty head and Faith or wait their most of. Ollil Lhoir i without a groan the spirit of the greatest Man them gave of their to preserve their of his escaped to the bosom of his god. Consciences a Bat some renounced in life his career had been like the Blaze of when the emperor had thus the Sun u the fierceness of its noon Day made fall of their disposition and Cuba Bis death was As Lovely As the Mildest Sunset removed All who thus basely com Troff i i to in wac Tina and ret Iod of a summer s evening when the run goes.1 Down in tranquil Beauty without a to the Domestic Energy of an indomitable will he joined a beat capable of the purest and most devoted love Rich in the tenderest affections. On the bloody Battle Field of Poreca he saved an infant that Clung to the with ret that those we o won and retained the won de Sert or deny of intr any Iii de not worthy Orris conf dence.v., -1? of St. On Tow ten of dying Mother in the Stor Niesl moment of his at to moment of paused in his Way give Sood counsel to a gilded of lace or the Low of in had come up to .for Succour. Of j in which he was engaged in his earlier life not one sprung from but in Obj Case Becane involved by standing fort the Champion of the weak Iho poor and Tho defenceless to shelter to gents the same and and after All the stake is j he who risks it a peer or. A

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