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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 14, 1848, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaLocra. Estr e e. J t Hartl editor and proprietor. Tioga jousts dollars in fifty Pentser of Cento deducted i id within the year and for Cash actually in and p Nee one Dollar will be deducted no paper discontinued until Allarte Argea Are the option of the editor. Nol exceeding twelve lines Aeiie-1 three time for one for every s sequent Osc lion Twenty five cents. Tecec Jinx ii for even the i Siref Orone or three insertion. Iliera discount to yearly adv i in my Timoti Besnot a five cents the same users. F3oct 0 Riper. A dream of summer. John q w h r t t i i b. Ooh the Bland u Murning breath of june the Louth West breezes play and i Brugli its haze., the Winter As summer Der the mow plumed Angel of ibo no scam me Mossy Earth looks Forth in streams gush Clear. Foi " acc forsakes Trio his Nook i us Binl n Iho Meadow brakes s Riugi in Wii i lilo Brook. I up Maine r cry Bird Ami ire Timoll Iree our Omier voices prophecy j of Jum Raer Days to Loee i us in those Winters of the soul. By Beer by spas and drear 0 or swept from memory s Frozen Jiorle -.11 inn a Day appear. A Pritin Hope and Kail they Sho Tiki Bleul its living Powers and now Hon Haiti Llie Winter s anti r lie Kerns of eur timor Flowers the is Mother of Tho Day Tho Winter of the Spring and even old decay the greenest monies cling behind the Cloud the Starlight lurks. Through showers the sunbeams tall i or god who Lovell All hib Una left his Hope with we Tome Lone Bird without a mate my weary heart is desolate 1 i k Aru Piid and cannot Trace Emile or Welcome face an. Even in crowds am Mill alone uecnu5f 1 cannot love but what do live for. Tuc object of social Esis Loni e is Foi each to Raio himself to a Posin in where Jie can be As Lazy and Good Lor Noli Injo As lie Interleaf Floc if. This is eminently True. Ever striving to get to to to live Wilhott work ing for Jub sentence. Work is look d upon is an evil which All wish Reici e Idle Ven for with the utmost Effort. Such at least is the Lien As Blessing worthy to be at natural conclusion of those who lock upon society As it is. By common Conse it such 23 Are n co Idi Liun to live without la or Are the most Happy. And Ibe strife i Tunca wows polhic0, science choral tag aiming think be that for the struggle to f Fleema to a on y Lor the purpose of that very position anti yet every one who upon the subject must acknowledge that lose who labor with the hand or he a Are Ibe Mare class. Labor is necessary of produce everything Thos therefore who to nit work id to the work s Vale and Loo labor and happiness o hand a lao to Vitoilt n the Law of Nallur therus Idle h e universe exec Man., 1 Herc much higher object in i be than merely to Gam a we As Jle Ai we p ease i in nay a brings but l in no Boon it 13 a Quei Morable Blessin is be Means of person Isle Uci Uil culture my Al advancement social the Nalus of Rejnis deep oped it is a blogs no Worth while the Winn no. But too time and Means Are turned towards these ejects Are in Toi much of a hurry to get Nch in Lahout Stop ing to we wish to Burcume so. We enjoy less real happiness than a e might men toil from the rising and often from the set ing to the rising Tuu and scarcely Ause to take he re pie nature demands. We Are not to ugh Content with what we have. We do Cote Joy he presen for fear there ii some thick Iii Ibe future Hil May escape u we never Are by always to be Blest. Us in is never to Duy we Are press no for Ward for to Norrow. Al. Ibis Lasalle and strife Are Well enough if we do not Stop Here. The evil is hop Short of what we might attain toil is an Idle Leisure. Fork Loo but even when not v re Loo much in the Babit Thig is too True of our Young of course is required but i the hat we our we orking no our in. Is not spare social in the 3t j upon Chat. Let every one ii improves and there will no be such Gre it need of Mere idleness. He improved. Of no account to rail at our and charge All existing evils of society. The 13 ii traceable to i Dividu c cd when we learn to feel this Sisuly half tue Bathe will a won. Men Learned hat it is no excuse my b wrongs Ageo Ai we it is to do their neighbor acts the e Independence would Lead to ppm is Gentral Yand Vemo trat. The mind is like a glow pm spark which suffered to o being j ered Iti. Lit be kept Lett it perish in its on Lett it which and ashes who constantly in its youth. This so suitable to the he life in to quiet body a ecu is to he Zaoie to ice Okaj it impelled by age is Fital to mind. Vol. 43.1 wellsboro14, 1848 the runaway match or sow the schoolmaster married q Fortune by major j03. Jones of Pine it s Abc Lut ten years ago sense the Inci Dent that i m Gwine to Tell Tuk place. It caused a Ireat sensation in Pineville at the time and had the effect to make fillers Mon Stroud careful How they run away with peo ple s daughters without their co sent Ever Idse Doolittle urns the abominable St Man after Rich galls that Ever iras. He land t been Keepin school in Pineville Moi n six Moolis before he had found out every in the settlement whose father had Twenty niggers and had courted All of pm within a Day s ride. He was rather old to be Poplar with Ibe galls end somehow they did t like Jis ways and the Way Limey did Bliff him off was enough to discourage any body but a Yankee what want d to get married a and had it Many years of race left. But it did t seem to make no sort of differ ence to him. Be undertook pm by the Job. Be waa bound to have a Rich wife out of some on pm and if he failed in o be Case it Only made him More Perso Venn if the next his Motlo say die Betty Darling As they used to Lull old or. s laughter what u Edlo live out on the about the torn Down. Eel mischief of a Gall in All Georgia. Betty was Lich and handsome and smart and Hod More admirers than she could shake a stick to hut she was such a tormenting Hotle co Quet that the boys was All afraid to court her n Down Earnest. When or. Dool Ler out he went rite at her like a Bouse a i e. Was just the Gall for him and lie was de Ermine to have her at the risk f his life. Well he kid beige to old or. Darling s ouse Day and right and when a could t leave his school to go and see her he it let ters to her that was enough to any other Gall but belly Darling into a fit of the Gigli Ste Ricks to read pm. Just As every body expected alter encouraging him just i e Hud the i it Shaw e was too d by Sich a Rebuff a Hen the game Ivas Worth Pnra Uin. He did t lose a Mink s time but just j brushed up and went rite at her Gam. Every body was perfectly surprised to see him Gwine Back to old or. Darlings after the ult Urc Ani body know Sor Neshin extraordinary was Gwi to happen. Just alter dark be Mought a to been be n driving ought by himself in a Barouch t wards old or. Darling s. Everybody pieced something and All hands was on the Loo out. It Wai Plain to see Squire Rogers importance was swelled up considerable i something but nobody could t git a word out o f him. Or. Doolittle did t spare the lash after he got out of sight of town and Wilh Strain in eyes and palpitation Hart be soon reach Nufflo make the Feller believe b thing ded she kicked him Flat i he Nas Perfi used to that and i much of a to be discourage Way he Hail been treated by belly but they was a Deal Moru surprised ant the boys i was alarmed in about a Nonh at the headway he seemed to be Mal in in his suit. Am at once miss Beily j conduct seemed to change towards him and though her father and Mother terribly do posed to the match anybody could that she was begin log to like the school master very Well. I things Benin ibis Way Tor a while til Bimby old or. Darling begun to d t so in easy about it Ibal he told air Doo Day Hal he must t come to his More and that if he Linn by Roora love Lettera and kiss v Erse ittle one 01.- i i Din told Muhidin Nei appointed to meet the object of b consuming affections. Was she thar no yes is it to Char she is dear Crealure. The see of her Nan keen Ridin dress what sets do to her angelic form fluttering in the Breez she stands timidly Cru bin in the Fence to Din her Vale close Over Ber Lovley face Tren Blin in every Jill for fear she Mought be i covered and torn away from the arms of i devoted Dearest Angel i ses he in a Low Voic of e Denezer and she kind o1 be i into his arms. 1 compose yourself 1 of father should 1 Don t fear Dearest creature. My a shall protect you against the a he was just Gwine to pull away her Vale kiss her he ses she did t 1 hear some 01 comin he ses be looking round. Let git in my and with that he helped her into the b. Rouche Anu contented himself with imprint a Burn kiss Ibal almost singed the k love on her dear Little Han Laa he close the door. Then on the front seat b drove As fast As be could to Lown encourage Ler aril the Way and swearing to her How i would love her and make her Happy a Lellin Bow her father and Mother would of Ive her Anil think jest As much of her e ver. J poor Gall she was so terribly agitate that she child no do nothing bul sob and cry which made or. Do Olillie love her crore an Ware Ibe Marjur. I when they got at the Squire s office an the boys that was on watch seen him Bel her oot of the everybody Koiv her at once in spite of her disguise an Sich another exc Lement waa never seed Pineville. Sum of the Fellers was half of of their senses and it was necessary to Bui by the ceremony Over As Quick As possible for Foar of Bein Nile ruled by the Row tha was evidently Bruin be Quick ses Doolittle Hanc in out the License and Shakin like he had Ager for miss Darlin is very much Gila led the Squire hardly to wipe i spectacle and raid Tonnu to enjoy him self in read Len the ceremony slow and Multi Dimi Semi quivere in his1 voice like he a ways did. The noise was gelling louder of of doors and sum body was Knock to g daughter by his Nigga Gale he to one of his boys give him it altered e but or. Doolittle Jadidi t care for ther he could Ilisa Betry u come a Shopin in stores in Lown Lac a waa More n one Fay to git a letter i lip. What did be care for that old Darling his daughter was hed and Hart in love w the him and was just the Gall to run away v Jib him too if she was opposed by her Parril i. And As for the property he was certain of that when once be married the Gall one saturday when Thor no school or Doolittle went to old Squire Rogers and told him he must be ready to i Quarry a couple that night at exactly eight o clock. Bob Hei you must t say i word to nobody Squire.1 the License is a i ready and the party wants to bravery Squire was one of the most accommodation old tellers in the world on s Ich occasions. Rogers was a monstrous Cranky Cross Oft laity and nothing done the old Squire so much Good As to marry oth t peo. Pie it did t make no oct is who they was. Sides or. Doolittle was an injured Man and a great Scolar in his opinion and be longed to Ibe Church. Or. Doolittle Hail arranged the whole Busi Ness in first rime order. Miss Betty was to meet dim at the end of her father s Lane disguised in a ridin1 dress borrowed for la 9c Casion when he was to take her in a close one horse bar ouch and Fly Wilh Here on the. Wings of As he sed he to the Squire s office whar they wan to be United in bands of Wedlock before any body in the Village know d anything about it. He had made arrangements at the hotel for a room which he seed fixed up himself for the auspicious occasion and to had Rit a letter to a Friend of i Down in Augusty to be liar tha next weak to take charge of big school be thought it Mought be decesary far him to keep out of the Way of old Darling for a few weeks til tha old Feller could hate time to come to. All Day mar. Doolittle Wai Bastin about Ai be Wain t certain which Send be St of on while the Sun Shine of hit Hart Beanie a from Bis till Colbard in a Way in every ses belly lean n on or. I Enli Nero or support. 11 go says Doolittle pressing to his Eye on the Squire and his face a s White As a Sheet. Open the door ses a hoarse voice Quisido but the Squire did it Hrar nothing till he pronounced the last words of the ceremony and Ebenezer do Olillie land Elizabeth Dar Ling was pronounced Man and wife jest then the door opened. In rushed old or. Darling and Bill Sam Darling Fol Lowed by a whole Heap Olf fullers. The Bride screamed and fell Inlo the arms of Ibe thu Mohanl do Olillie. Take hold of says Lorl Darling flourishing his Cane Over his bed. Take hold of the Huzzy stand ses doll Lille. I Rowin him self in a real Slage attitude and supporting his Fai Tiu Bride on one Arm. Stand off old Man she is Triy Lavir Lul wife and i claim the Protection of the Law. Knock him Down hold of him ses half a id zen and Bill Darlin grabbed the bridegroom by the Nick a while Square to Gers jumped upon the Lable and hollered out i comma nil the Penc 1 command Loe peace in the name of the slate of Georgia she s my lawful shouted Doolittle 1 Call upon the Law jest then the Bride got Over her fainting fit Anil Raiser her fell off cruel Fate or. Ebenezer Doo Little stood petrified Willi horror Holdin in his arms not miss belly but miss Betty s wailing maid one of the blackest niggers in All Georgia who at thai Inte Reslin crisis rolled her eyes upon him like two pealed onions and arms round his neck a Dis is my dear hush Ifrid Whai miss bet to Gin Siche a ont As did Foller go to the Devil you Aei Doolittle trying to poll away from her. Stick to him Millaj ses the Fellers he s Yourl according to old Squire Rogers looked like he d mar ried his last couple pore old Man and haunt word to Lay for himself. The Boyi Young Dail Iofi like to laughed them Teljii to old was mad As a Hornet was Gwine Doolittle arrest 4 for nig Gar Bealin right off. Poor do Olillie he made out at last to git lose from Bis wife and to find the Back doot. He Hain t never been heard of in Pine Ville from that Day to in Conti or. I Foxe s opinion of Wahington. The following Elo Gium was Pai i general Washington by the great slates a Fox in a debate in tha British House of parliment in Noble lord Monin Jlon who had read extracts from Rissot a pamphlet must have been mistaken when he stumbled on the Case of Mon. Genet. A Nencka is still at peace. Mon. Genet behaved in a very indecent manner and usurped some of the Powers of the executive Goi Ernie no and Iris fled the president but an Erica had not gone to1 War she had Only Rem a mailed. She bought misconduct of an Indi dual no ground or War but for explanation. She had a temperate dignified Mai tier rep resented Mon. Genet s conduct to the government of France and he unders thai Mon. Genet was recalled. Happy pm Eric in possessing a Washington whose Timper and Wisdom have saved his country fro n a ruin Lues had orld. I family b a and a bloody War and whose v made him the admiration of the mean no disrespect to our own Roy but when compared with general Washington the for Neesa and potentates of eur be appear mean and contemptible. Fortun lie Man i mean not to detract from his merits and his Virtues but it aurely is an instant of Singu Lar Fortune that without one suspicion of Bis integrity without one Strain upon his Char Acter he has made himself the Firlet Man to the Kun Compi King i under heart. Fodness language of it Nied by kindness will of Lei n impression Landing Becl it has no of it Loucil the language of Hind Nesi a led Teilh reason will frequent la Topur Suade because though it upon he affections it wants the necessary to convince the Jun be let reason and kindness be unit course and Seldom if Ever will or prejudice find it easy to resist. Is cheaper than Kin s no excuse therefore co there if a Happy son Unac fail of act on the j not the inns Sci be unable May Yin t which is ent but 1 in a Dis Cven Pride Ivil word or two will Rei said a French King he Hurliness or a Man u Wret Cli indeed who will not give i term. Tenets. It by cheered lot by on Phillippe owes his life to his pol was by bowing to the people As to him that he once escaped being s Wsassin. Tur Farmer who is Good fruit says he raises the allowing manner he Lake from the Best tree he can find p of the cutting info a Large Peciu of in sheif Bolh leaving hut one or Ino inches above the ground. The cutting soon senile out roots and Groves rapidly making o Fine tree which needs no grafting. Res glut passed by democratic Natrona place their Trust in tha Intje Toni ism and the disc rim Tho american people. That r distinctive feature of of which we ate proud to i world us the great moral Clement in a form of government springing by the popular will an with the Creed and Paroti under whatever Runae or i 0ns convention. Can democracy licence the Ling Justice of Igard this As a political Creed it Tain before Llie will of Ibe no imps liar arc Dehly. To palsy the which Concei serous for the resolved therefore Utji these views the demo Rabi Union through their Dele in a general convention coming together in a spirit Devotion to the doctrines free representative Goven pealing to their yellow i rectitude of their intention urn and upheld we contrast it of federalism which seeks to entertaining party of this Les assembled f the slates of Concord of and Faith of a nent Zens in assert before the Amert an people the declaration of principles us when on a former occasion vent Iod they presented to or the popular Suffrages the Federal Iver meat one of limited Powers Deri he Constitution and the g shown therein ought to t i strictly construed by All the depart me its and agents of the government und the t it is inexpedient and dangerous to exercise doubtful constitutional Powers. The does hot con or upon the general g lower to commence and car system of internal improver Lents. Conati Tutinoi or authority upon the Feder constituent and ure Leo Nion and for a the a renew and wed by them n general con lir candidates i toy Edi solely from ants of Power Yern ment the y on a general does not con .1 government directly or indirectly to assume the deals of the several states contracted for local Nile real improvements or Oiler state Pur loses nor would such Assumption be just and exp Dieal. Justice and sour cd policy forbid he Federal government Ito Foster one ranch of Industry to the detriment of another or to cherish the i be rests of one Gorlion to the injury of Anc her portion of our common citizen and every Section of the auntry has a right to Domond and insist u u n an Equality of i Shes and privileges at i to Complete an ample Protection of Perse is and proper y from Domestic violence r foreign aggression. It is the duty of every Branch of the government to inform and practice he most rigid Economy in c inducting our Lublic affaire and Nore Revenue amour for to be raised than i required to is fruit m the necessary expense to of Tho go a. Cutting and for the Grade but certain to Thi extinction of the debt create i by the pro sets it Section of a just and Necess iry War. T god has made no one absolute. The Rich depend on the poor is Well is the poor on the Rich. is but a mete magnificent building stones gradually Cemen Ted together. There is none subsists by himself alone the Wisest men my oct Psi weak thing the most honest mar thing the proudest Man a mean i the worst of men will sometimes thing Illy do a a wrong Ling and o a Good Bane Volneck that can be extinguished by ingratitude is no True virtue but it were base intruder upon which vanity h is thrown spark which is no sooner kindled anguished. Iban Al ii meant to have told you of said to his Friend who slurry m Pil full no Mailer n the other blowing Ibe mud and wat his Mouth i Bave found a Cheshire Man met a native of Couo a and told him if he could Tel Lany cheeses he had in his sack b Lave All Silt of them. He bled into of says r out of the same him Bow should a Good Way to manage a gun that loaded for a Long time and that y Ike to lire for fear of a burst of t the to leave it out of it will be ure to before mor has been Don t Reech of Lonj Ghl ing. If there is a Man who May eat at peace Wilh god and Man it is who has wrought that bread out of t by his own honest Industry. It Ialy to kind of fraud wet by note gained by no blood. Bread t Man e Earth no retd and tha venerable Green who de h chaplain to the first Congwei United Stites and who was the olde laterian minister living in the states and Tea last of the founder Church to which a was attached country did in Philadelphia be costly official of tha pres United of the n this Congress has Charier n National Bank i such on institution one of d to the Best interests of the serous to our Republican i the liberties of the people i to place the business of the the control of a concentrated Money Power and above the Laws and the people and that Tho result legislation in this Atid All upon l which made Between the two poll the country have demons in and porn Chical men of All soundness safety and Utility pursuits. Congress has n the Constitution to Merler tool the Domestic institutions Stales and that such states and proper judges of every taming la their own affairs by the Constitution that Ali abolitionists or others a Congress to interfere with i in question of slavery or to Lake incipient slops in rela Tion thereto Are calculated id Lead to the most alarming and dangerous und that All such efforts have an inevitable e tendency to diminish the happiness of the people and endanger la stability and permanency of the Union a id ought not 10 be countenanced by any Riend of our political institutions. The separation o the moneys of the government Rem banking institutions is indispensable for the solely of the funds of the government and Ibe rights of lie people. The Liberal Pincir Les embodied by Jefferson in the declaration i of i Dipen de Nee and sanctioned in the Constitution which makes ours the land o Liberty and the Asylum of the oppress d of every Ever been card ii in principles in the democratic Faith and i very attempt to abridge the present privilege us or be cont boil among e same spirit Leditia Laws ing citizens und to owners c us ought to be resisted with t which swept the alien and from our Statuta books. Retained that the proceeds of the Public Lindi ouf it to my applied to tha Mia at in the Eon o Power to at we believe Billy rms Lity country Dan soil unions and cd calculated country within will of the f democratic her Fina Ciril i have Tseu civil parties of de to candid Jarlies their n All business Power under with or con f the several Are the sole thing Apper of probe filed a torts of the e to induce mid that we ire opposed to any us Forte diatribe tied of sch among the stale is alike inexpedient in policy and repugnant to1 tha Constitution. Resolved that we Are decidedly opposed to taking from the president the qualified veto Power by which be a en-1 tabled under restrictions and Espoo Ribilio tips amply sufficient to guard the Public interest to suspend the passage of a Bill Boie merits cannot eee ure Ibe approval of two thirds of the Senate and House of representatives until Ibe judgment of the people can be obtained thereon and which Baa saved the american people from Tho corrupt and tyrannical domination of Ibe Bank of the United Stalee and from a corrupting system of general improve ments. Resolved that Tho War with Mexico provoked on her part by years of insult and injury was commenced by her Arny crossing Llie Rio Grande attacking Iho american troops and invading our Sieler stale of that upon All the principles of patriotism and the Laws of nations in is a just and necessary War an our part in which every american citizen should have shown himself on Hie Side of his country and neither morally nor physically by word or deed have Given Aid and Comfort to the resolved thai we would be rejoiced at Llie assurances of a peace Wilh Mexico funded on the just principles of indemnity or the past and Security for the future Dill that while the ratification of the Liberal Renly offered to Mexico remains in doubt t is the duly of the Cour itry to sustain the administration in every measure necessary o provide for the vigorous prosecution of he War should that treaty be rejected. Resolved that the officers and soldiers who have carried Llie arms of their country Nta Mexico have crowned ii Williim Jen Shable glory. Thur unconquerable courage their daring enl rinse their in Alterm perseverance and fortitude when assailed on All Side.-, by innumerable foes and that More formidable diseases of the their a died patriotism into the highest heroism and Giva them aright to the profound Gral Lude of their country and the admiration of the world. Reto hed that the democratic a ional convention of Ilia thirty states com to Biog the american Republic Leader heir fraternal congrats Layons to the National convention on the Republic of France now assembled As the free suf Frage represent Calives of the sovereignly of whirly five millions of to establish governments on those Al Ernul Princi Ples of equal rights Lor which their Lafatette and our Washington by Side in Llie struggle Lor our own a Lional Independence and we would scially convey to them and the whole peo ple of France our Earnest wishes for the consolidation of their liberties through the Wisdom that shall guide their councils on Iho basis of a democratic const Itulia not derived fro i the Grants or concessions of Kings or def Iaslea bul from Iho Only Irue source of political pour recognised in the slates Olivia i Mon the inherent and the inalienable Rigi of the people in their Sovereign capacity to make and to Amend their forms of government in such manner As the welfare of the com manily May require. Resolved that in the recce Deve Lape men of this grand political Ruih of the sovereignly of tie people and their capacity and Power of self government which is Osl Raling thrones and Eric Lii g republics i u the nuns of despotism in the old world sacred duly is devolved with increased responsibility upon the Democrat la parly of this country As the party of to sustain and Advance among us Consoli Luliona Liberty Equality and fraternity by continuing resist All monopolies and exclusive gis Lalion for the Benefit of the few at the expense of the Many and by a vigilant and constant adherence to those principles and Compro Mises of the Constitution which Are Broad enough and Strong enough to embrace and uphold the Union As it was the Union As it is and the Union As it shall be in the full expansion of the energies and capacity of this great and progressive people. Resolved thai a copy of these resolutions be forwarded through the a Len can minister at Paris to the National Conven Tion of the Republic of France. Resolved that the fruits of the great political Triumph of 1814, which elected Jamas k. Polk and Geo. presi Dent and vice president of the uni de Slavics have fulfilled the Hopes of the democracy of the defeating the declared purposes of their opponents to create a National Bank in preventing the corrupt and unconstitutional distribution of the land proceeds from the common treas Ury of the Union for local purposes in protecting the currency and the labor of the country from the ruinous fluctuations and guarding the Money of the people for the use of the people by the establishment of the Treasury in the Noble Given to the cause of free Trade a the repeal of the Tariff of 1842, and the Reallon of the More equal honest and productive Tariff of 1846 and thai in our opinion it would be a fall error to weaken the bands of political organization by which these great reforms have been risk them at the hands of their known adversaries with whatever de sire appeals they May solicit our surren Der of that vigilance which is the Only Safe guard of Liberty. Resolved that the Confidence of the democracy of the Union in the principles capacity firmness and integrity of James k. Polk manifested by his nomination and election in 1844, has been signally i y the strictness of democratic doctrines by the

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