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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 2, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia. Rooks Baltimore. Years in the wiry. Fott at Thor of a fun. F Orris new York. England. F curable Baler in new York. Ild England. Al charcoal Erica Boz i new York a Baltimore. Thompson Phito. Or Dresden n. Y. Editor saturday new Fork. Up editor Columbia inv f Rincy Hartford. Fish. Waterman Pabila Phons n. Y. England editor of the Italy Magazine. Chell Phil. Mery England. And e. Holden editors Conner Phil. Jones Baltimore. Ash in ton City. I Lett Boston. Unn English Pruha. To this Brilliant array of to Fame the distinguish a Host of Anonymous nary abilities have Given in actor to the pages of the Rhc series of Well known s entitled Crosing in the had a run unequalled published in any Maga i. The author promises St of a new series of or the sea known abilities As a de Cenes and life much May i from him in maintaining of the Magazine. P3. Spec Ted during the vol Tho author of the Well in tits a the log of the author of Strain lend his Pou erf Vij and increase of Lam work. The Val of leaves irom it has aug been we my expect some e thrilling from he Capa Inch a Long life in the enabled him co amass. Cent Chat with Jeremy 01 ver old fellow is also ill a of choke a Oil from various Runty As contributors to t magazines of the coun tors of both magazines r m a virus in dui the new no Mich an array of of Una fall d am action. Pion Meil the Corning of a ill o. R i Bonier of i it Niamon Lor Sale by ii. Is kith. Nihim 111 d no to order in my shop id shot. Arc n. A str of Winter Clr Thiny 0 re u to whore you will p h.3 to Cess Mere 1 c oth Pilot Cioto Fie. F h pith. Unit 3d 1810. Be brr respectfully leave to to ins Friend ii he Public in has Roer and Iha Abi for Ponape and i in pcs Lieret fors s o. Continue the Nur in ill us Arlous at com cram a i Woad w Asj nor tic Niemen of probity and Well ten Ahfield by their habits to give who May of Tow with that those of by will find it to their Adan fir patronage at the old stand do As Well As it any other Northern Pennsylvania. Cd win Dyer. Arch 23, 1841. Cd fee Topper pipe nobers having entered into under Rise firm of David 6. Or the purpose of carrying less in All its Ament at the Cornor of Crafton is the shop Fop cry occupied Leigh in Tho Village of Wells a tact to bus new to Public patronage. Agony sleighs ironed in and at the shortest notice. Itry work made to order with Patch. David g. Such. Haket silk september 3d, 184o a Tea of Good Tea can a Opp Ltd article that will at tha new Tore. F. H. Smith. Spa Fri printed published every wednesday by j. P. At year payable half yearly in Advance or 5o info Vaitl within the year. Wellsborough wednesday june 2, 1841 whole no. 446. Need this Sweet Little Ioto song is not unworthy of bums. We Cut it from an English the author John Imlah a Yonng poet we not add of High Promise the Blue e de la3sie. I to e the Lassie a How Eccl Nae thoth can world a Nano can feel my Bonnia Blue o of Lassie 0. I to e Theo Mair Sweet Isabel than Ngn a How or Tongue can Tell my love my life my second eel my Bonny Blue e de Lassie o. 0 then by up or loot convey How i May Wito the heart away. And i will thee night and Day my Bonny Blue e de Lassie o. Say shall i thy roguish Bijoor Praise thy Hawkie e in sae Blue what shall i say what can i do my Bonnie Bloe e de Jessie 0, should cares Combine and ills increase to wreck my pleasure rest and were life Bat release my Bonny e de Lassie o. For thy Icet thine Alono. Through toil and trouble grief and pain i d live to to e and my Ain my Bonnie Blue e de . Fashionable watering places. Or i mall Fly oem miss simper appeared at Saratoga a an elegant suit of Sable. She was to be in mourning for her father an opulent broker in deceased. Grief had wasted her health and wearing had washed away her to and she come to recover her appetite and reanimate her miss simper of Couise was an heiress and attract cd great Alten Ion. The Gen called her a Beauty and talked a Deal of her real estate Hank Stock and securities. Some of the la thought her complexion too Shal Low and some objected the style of her dress mrs. High flyer said Slio had not the air of a woman of when capt. Halliard pronounced her Al ii spacious sail and declared his belief she was a Privateer in 1 fair stranger however walked Dat in to the Fountain modestly cast Down her eyes when gazed at and seemed Inco Sious of All her own about this time major fit Connel appeared upon the Busy scene. He was a tall Man of easy address and polished manners who seemed to Reg Udall around him with an heir of very polite unconcern. He was announced As an folic or in his Britannic Epa lets. In Short i am not inform the Reader whether the thought of each other at All the extreme difficulty of Agi two such different i i am inclined adventure would have ended Here had not Chance which Oft decides the Fate of mighty decided theirs. Simpers health required her attendance at the Fountain on the follow ing morning at an unusually Early hour and the major while others were sleep ing had sallied Forth to enjoy the invigorating of the Early Breeze they met again by Accident at the propitious Well and As the attendant who is usually posted there to fish the glasses of the invalids had not taken his station the major had not Only the happiness of performing that office but of replenishing the exhausted vessel until the lady had quaffed the full measure prescribed by the medical Dic Tator of this Little am not Able to say How often they pledged each other in the salubrious beverage but when the Reader is informed that the quantum prescribed to a delicate female varies from four to eight glasses according to the nature of her com plaint and that a lady cannot decorous by sip Moro than one Mouthful with out drawing breath it will be seen that ample time was afforded on this Occa Sion for a Tete a Tete. The ice being thus broken and the water Dull quaffed the gentle Mary proposed to to which the lady after some Little hesitation acceded when the great Bell summoned them to breakfast they repaired to the table with excellent appetites and Cheeks glowing with healthful hues produced by the exercise of the morning. At ten Oclock the lady issued from her chamber adorned with new charms by the recent labor of the toilet and strolling pensively Book in hand to the Corner of the Piazza commenced her studies. It happened at the same moment that the major fresh from his valve s hands hied him self to the some Cool Retreat to breathe Forth the melancholy musings of his soul upon his flute. Seeing the lady he hesitated begged Pardon for his intrusion to retire the lady assured him it was no intrusion at and Laid aside her Book. The gentleman was seated be Side her. Lie begged to know the subject of her researches and was Delight Vej with the taste displayed on the Choice of her author she earnestly Soli cited a display of his talents and was enraptured a with every note and when the same impertinent Bell which had curtailed their morning walk again sounded in their est they were surprised to find How swiftly time had flown and chagrined that he com of eating party had made any disclosures to the other Twenty seven thousand upon the important subject of finance. Previously made a Fine summer evening As they sat by tha window at an inn enjoying the beauties of an extensive landscape that this memorable conversation occurred. They had been amusing themselves with that kind of email talk which new married folks find so vastly pleasant As How much they love one another and How Happy they intend to be and what a Fine thing it is for two fond hearts to be dissolved and melted Down into one Many examples Eulove and murder were lady told of several distressed swains who had in contingently hanged themselves for heir mis tresses Sod the gentleman As often Asse Verat de that not one of those martyred lovers adored the object of his passion with halt the Fervour which lie Felt for his own dear Little Anne at last the roving his Aims Over his wife s chair he said carelessly who has the management of your property my Dearl you have my replied she. I shall Hare when i get said the line hand i meant to inquire in whose Possession it Wai at it is All in your own said tha As enquired if her husband was lady and need not be live franchise judiciously it is dim cult seemed than the seat was taken for you to determine which Are the weight est enquired innkeeper. And As the restriction is opposed to the 18ss not stage is ready Madam which Are not of importance Are jump in also contradicted by the committee. Mrs. in acc card a a l it appears from the statements of the singly and Wii soon on her Way to new a president that measures York leaving the Gallant major to pro who forming and the vide another conveyance and a new wife at his Leisure. We from the proscription. Hear of associations in various of tha committee of Stockhold ers of the United states Bank in answer to or. Biddle published in our paper yesterday we have made the Fol lowing abstract of Sam and his Sam had two dogs cd Sar and Pompey. Having but a single Bone one Day after dinner he gave it to Pompey and Laid Down to take a Nap. He waa scarcely asleep before Csezar u. Abstract of matters parts of the country under the name of l native american of 1 answer to or. Biddle s Asser by Vason Jet of which is to deprive persons of the committee was influenced began to quarrel with Pompey who foreign birth of the privileges of Nat by an interest in the Tschuy Ludl Navi was quietly gnawing his Bone in the a realization Suffragette. The principle co Maui they state that four Cornea in Fried at members of it hold no and p Flack Stockin that company. _ Cesar Teeth and bristled up which seems to be assumed is that there is something holy and Superior in be born in one place rather than in answer to or. Biddle s Intima his hair and so did Pompey. Caesar was so do not trifle with me said the gentleman patting her Cheek you. Have made me the Happy matter of your person and it is time to give me the disposal of your Fortune my face is my Fortune kind said she laying her head upon his shoulder. To to Plain with you said the impassioned bridegroom i have need of Money lured gig in which we came to this place is returned and i have not the Means to Procura another conveyance to be equally candid with you the Happy Bride 1 have nothing in the but what you have you no real said the major starting on his feet. Not an acre no Bank no securities no jewels no moneyl1 1 nothing of the kind Are you not tha daughter and heiress of a Rich i 4 i indeed who Tho Devil Are you Lam your wife sir and the daughter of a honest bless me exclaimed the major starting Back with1 covering his face with both his , lie remained for a moment absorbed in thought. Resuming his serenity he said in sneering tone i congratulate you Madam on being the wife of a beggar like yourself i am a ruined main there or submit to oppression and we Are Bank they Stal proscription in whatever place the Hwy members of the committee Jim wow Jim vhf can _ 4mb jiu1i. -4uiu of Usu j.vu1ugv. Other and that those who Are born in the committee having but Lutle put his on Pompey and Pompey an overpopulated country must Ever re it Fork Hwy of interest tin the knocked them off with his paws. Cas the Bank they state Hitt the War to tried to bite Csezar. In Short Tiey get remove to. It supposes that men May into a fierce fight for the Bone Cesar rightfully be prohibited from entering the Twenty directors that or. Biddle to get Itald to keep it. A country where there is a superfluity to elect being an average often in the Rof the fight one Effland or that when they have entered times As to each member of the it and purchased and honestly paid for As there was to each of or a portion of the soil they May justly Uldale s directors and furthermore be subjected to taxation and to punish member of the committee who ashment under the Laws and yet be sex held the East of the had exactly eluded from All in making Tivice Ras As or by Codle himself. 1 6 3. In reference to or. Biddle s assertion that he left the Bank in Good condition they state that the invest ments in Stock and otherwise than Loans on personal Security at that time Arrante d to upwards of forty seven millions so that he left it with its whole capital and twelve millions and a half More than it had borrowed in vested otherwise than in the usual course of banking and so that it could not be readily commanded in Case of difficulty. 4. In reply to a Biddle s charge that the committee had made an untrue statement As to his having bought Reading rail Road Stock of the Bank while he was president which he says a bought afterwards they furnish a copy of an account of the Sale Render Laws. If the principle be Good in reference to birth in two distinct nations it appears to us to follow that it is applicable to two states two counties and two Short that no one ought to vote elsewhere than in the Ward or township in which he first Drew breath. The doctrine is one of palpable in Justice which nothing could palliate except some Strong evidence of the exist ence of great evil in a policy opposed to it. No such evidence has Ever been furnished. Of the contrary the Evi Dence is in favor of the Good effects of liberality. The admission of emigrants to Tho rights of citizenship is More free in the United states than in most countries yet a that country is so Well governed who can Point to the rep him. The gentlemen were pleased and Drave to the neighbouring Village with his Good sense his knowledge of whore Rumour soon proclaimed that the world and the Savity of his Man this interesting pair were United in the ners but As be seemed to avoid the la holy band of Matrimony. For once Dies they had Little Opportunity of is the Many tongues of Fame spoke truely estimating his qualities and when the Happy major returned with his blushing Bride All could see that the embarrassment of the Lover was exchanged for the triumphant smile of the delighted bridegroom. It is hardly necessary to add that such was the Salu tary effect of this pleasing event that the Young couple found themselves restored inst Neoushy to perfect health Man and know not whence to Supply Earl Al majesty s service and brother in Earl somebody in England. It was report Mon place operation cd that he had Largo land possessions often allowed to interrupt the feast of in the West. He did not appear to reason and the flow of wit. My immediate seek society but was too Well bred to at Oclock the military stranger can you not draw upon the repel any civilities which were offered handed miss simper into an elegant gig your brother said the lady. L _ to a _ _ t i a i 1. Ii i 1 have not the Honor of being lied to the perhaps you can have resources to the paymaster of your regiment i do not happen to belong to any and have you no lands in Arkan not an Pray then May i Lake the Liberty of asking who you Are i am your husband Madam at your service and Only son of a famous Gam but the blushing Damsel Bash resent natives elected from districts in de and signed by Thomas Biddle co., habited by a Large proportion of Natur shoves that either Thomas bid Ali Zed citizens and say that they have die co., or Nicholas Biddle has been less capable and less faithful to made an untrue statement of the mat the interests of the country than those from other districts some assert that a Long residence is necessary to enable a person to judge of candidates and of local questions Anil interests if Liis be so it is equally True of persons removing from one part of the Union to another and yet these sticklers for native americans do not propose to deprive them of the rights of citizen Dlo 4 made a n untrue statement of the Ter. T. Biddle of go a account agrees with that Given by the committee. 5. They state that in their former report they did not mention Money which or. Jiddle who thinks that officers of Banks ought not to be Bor borrowed from the United states Bank in 1838, Independent of the Cotton amounting to seventy thousand dollars and entered As Bills receivable and this was not Sam s sons came in. Is lie what Are you quarrelling Caesar wants my Bone and i am frying to keep said Pompey you vile says Daniel How dare you to fight for your Bone father gave it to you to gnaw and not to fight about Here Cesar take the and so saying he kicked Pompey out of doors. By this time the noise had awakened the old gentleman who came out to see what was the matter. Says he what is Olfs fuss about the Rascal say Dan has been fighting for Hia Bone and knowing you did not give it him to fight about i gave it to Cassar and kicked him out of doors l 1 How came he to fight for his Casar attempted to take it away from him so Caesar began the fight sir a my said the old gentle Man with a sigh you have done very wrong. Pompey would not have fought for his Bone h Cashjr had not tried to take it away from him so that Caesar is the worst dog of the indeed Pompey was Only defending he Bone i gave him and yet you Pun ish him and Reward his assailant. If you want to prevent quarrelling among the dogs about the Bones i give them you must first kick out of doors those who fight to get them if those to whom i have Given them make a disturbance kick them out too but i Sel major fit Connel and miss simper met by Accident at the Fountain. The officer who had just filled his Glass at her approach presented it to the lady who in sipping the transparent ele ment dropped her handkerchief. The gentleman very gallantly picked up the Cambrick and restored it to the ship and suf Frarie the a Jen Ion How paid until Raore than a afer some Oul c so ii aim sum age one aug anon now r Dom knew a doff quarrelsome Long Ever is not Well founded. An Intelli of borrowed and when entered permitted to Enaw his As paid just before he resigned the pre Asne was Pami Tea to gnaw is was not in fact paid or Bone peace i rather it was paid by taking the Bank s a lesson Money As or Biddle s share of profits 8et wish to prevent Contention about the offices first kick out of doors the owner a by the easy attention of an elegant bade Adieu to Saratoga Springs. In her confusion lost her rett this is a very a genteel affair we which the Soldier gracefully re said mrs. High flyer. I never heard her wrist with a most re the beat of it in All my born Days my father gave me a Good Educa said the lady. Ever is not Well founded. An Intelli gent american who has read the accounts from England published in our newspapers can As Well make up his mind How he ought to vote with refer Enca to parties if he was in that country As if he had lived there Twenty years. And if he be an aristocrat on he one hand or a Democrat on the other he would vote the Way one week after Landing in the country As he would after remaining in it Twenty years unless he should within that time change his principles. And As to the mine Bow personal character of the candidates said the gentleman a Tufa to the really been made. 6. The committee state that the fact that or. Biddle and his partners Bor rowed several millions of dollars of the Bank s Money to Trade in Cotton was entirely unknown to the directors at the it being falsely entered As Pur of foreign Bills of 1, they state that in their former report they supposed that the eight seekers and peace Bay slate Democrat. Tin Back s whoa evidently familiar with the Hooka my papers of the Bank thus writes we boldly arrest that seven of of the Ledger consists of Loans to Active and and prominent Federal whigs daring the hut few years i 1, kno not c i Iii i to Iii in lib Ici Mii. In but Tuuu Bucu iu31 is 612111 a fat shop keeper s lady. How Trump of the voters Hort time Hundred thousand dollars drawn by or. A Courtesy on the one Side and an. Funny cried one Young lady. How the Wrons Rick this the election and a person born Biddie As the Fiu Cotton wag other Bow on the other terminated the exclaimed another. Egad so saying major fit Connel bounced in a different country has the same a profit actually Piade on that sold up of this meeting the gentle that s a keen smart said one out of the hastened to the Means of ascertaining it As a native the that time but it now appears that pursued his walk and the lady re gentleman. She s a tickler i War bar and called the landlord. His into there is one advantage which persons one half of it had been made and the some of them made recently 1839 and turned to her chamber. That miss. Sim rant said a second. She s a resting Bride followed on tiptoe and who have emigrated have Over those other half had been taken by or. Bid duly sensible of the honour of pirate by roared Captain listened unobserved. The major in who have been stationary. The latter die from tha Bank just before resign to Thomas , there is charged the dieted three Graceful Cowes billiard. Quire at what hour the mail stage always have the prejudices of Educa ing the presidency As his share of what sum of two in Nark and fifty thou and of the brother of an English Earl in the meanwhile the new married would pass for new about Tion in reference to parties and to in was expected afterwards to be made doiuis1 to Nett Bei doubted nor can we suppose pair were pursuing their journey by the reply. Please to which they Havo derived 8. They state that the letter of tick Are generally of the whig m or i j l a incan Viu Idiku Pic Iii Yiu Izui me oi8s Good reason to believe was written by one Longmu lingering look Casion. Uninterrupted by ceremonious night to pay their fare in Advance up of repossession on either Side. Hence it or. Biddle and signed at his Solt Cita As i had not the privilege of Intro visits unrestrained by the presence of on which the major paid for the seat has generally Beeh deemed a Law Tion with great reluctance by or. Into either of their Chambers i is not surprising that the major and his Bride retired to suit to have a judge and jury who Are Dunlap. Forms might have lovers should often digress from separate Chambers the former was entire strangers to the parties litigating 9. That the amount of Money f tout i a i w t Nannt a 1 h Al of a l j. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ m Jav r a r of 01 arms Kettle Drums mid j j f i no Sudith f the beaten read and As often linger at soon locked in the arms of sleep but than to have those who May Yaverek or Biddle took from the Bank and re a romantic spot or a secluded cottage the latter repelled the drowsy god from lion ships or intimacies with one or fuses to give any account As to what he i Days had now elapsed and neither. Her eyelids she heard the stage drive other of them did with it was eight Hundred and former presidential elections thus sacrificing tha Money of the widow and the orphan to promote political a Croas at the Beaham has neatly defined character to be the sum total of affections and

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