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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 21, 1848, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAjjie Tioga each los. F. Mauiu. Editor and proprietor. Tioga counts dollars in fifty cent Spe of cents deduct j if Foj within the year and for Cash actually in Idle one Dollar will be deducted until All arrearage Ujj unless option of the editor. Not of acceding twelve line led three times Farone for every s a Twenty five cents. Notices fora Venly ivc be Ono or three insertion Thesna Fibel to yearly advertisers. To Grace in Kip la to her poem i never Ivill grow old lid a Jane Pierson. To t 3 to c and to n mine own Rewiug Jud go lir wit i ainu a heart Aii j Cnown our i be i Hie Ivorid a car forty years cd i. I ail i a c i ii not left m eyes ii Fly Tohom Clil been u mailed Pilli in inv fining 1 a known 1 i a Hunie my a heaviest ill and Bur ii ilium All Aluisia Ami i e floor of r or Lau Tofil by sorrow s Power i or of u or every St Ife Rizig lolling and every Bli Gin de Lluver Inai y u dearly Chanah d Hanpa a perched on my breast an-1 Ginny a Lielah now i Ilie a needing real. And i will not speak a those who have j Fame who Liao looked coldly Down upon my Humble Loi to nigh those have Cost me tears and Praye u i Ivy have j Knou a to Cru a not in Earth a Loi for which 1 would Exchange Ray own. Sull m my heart ii gushing up the sparkling Faunl of and Bill margin Uumo l he flow Vetrol Levu and train and bul its Mirror Givel Back Voog bees weel and fair in Ile from memory s hive Treazur d Inch a wealth of Beauty Lova and Joy of words and kindly deeds direction s weel employ of lib i iat never breached deceit of a Jilin i Nii t e or were cold of Rimi Deri a ii la i grow eld. Joti Lipics science Citero tur a 4floralitbt agriculture afr vol. 44. Wellsboro wednesday june 21, 1848. Sad tones to he imagined be saw at the foot of his bed. Go he muttered Don t trouble me any know it was your own fault. Why do you then come every night and stand there to distress me go away me in Thal i right night to night to . I was with no Little difficulty i got to asleep. It was eve Era Nighta before Bis noise woke me and when it dial i asked him what he saw h e said he saw Maxwell standing there Blee Ding i told him he saw i said he i see him there in that Corner looking at i was actually afraid o get up but i deter mined to to it and Grope Riby Way to the place he Vej you see anything i asked Eaid. He i Lee him yet he stands High before you with Hia hand on his 1 crept into bed again astonished at my own courage. William s talking became at length to familiar to me that it c eased to and a Short time before 1 left univ firk for the West he received a letter from which determined him to return. He told me that it was a litter from his father informing him that the matter i was. A Western court scene. By Jerry nobs. Judge a of Missouri was in Many a is a remarkable Man. Be stood fix Leer two in Bis boots and was As fond of a frolic As the most rattling lad in the country. He could drink Mora liquor lift a heavier bae o1 and play a better game of poker than any Man in the circuit. These qualifications of Coune tendered him the most popular judge on the Bench of Bis state. Yet he never lust his dignity while on the Bench. There he was Stern haughty and dignified. The last approach to familiarity while he Wai sitting in court was always resented by Fine and sometimes by imprisonment. Well it happened one Day while he was holding that or. De Wrenbury a rough looking but Independent customer came into the court room with run hat on his head. This the judge1 considered an Indig Iii Jred to the court and forthwith Orde de or. D. To take off his hat. To this or. Duzenbury paid no attention which being observed by his i no. 56 l a Beautiful extract. The birth was mean on Earth below but it celebrated with Hallel Jahs by Libs heavenly Host in the air above hushed up and that he might Bale. Cal ordered Ibe sheriff to bet Man s hat d cause and the Success with which Bis arts were a ten did. Promising by disease there it is almost impossible to regain health and Are Cool too slate of Hall to my strength. Cool for a up the mornings an in a relaxed without danger of Laniog cold which is almost As bad As any other disease there and the Daye Are so hot that the rays of the Sun cannot be born without producing fever. Natives wrap up incl Oaks in the morning and retire at noon. The editor of a newspaper thus introduces some verses the poem published this week was posed by an esteemed Frieml who har Many years in his grave for in Oivin on it is stated that divorces Are Mora e by obtained in Connelie it than a any slate and All lawful punters Rem aka it should be others connect Cut the Queen her babies. Queen Vic Toria was Twenty nine year old on the 24th of april 1818. She was married on the , of february 1840. And has already Given six heirs to the throne namely Ria Adena Maria Louit born november 21st 1840 Albert Edward Prince of Wales no vember 9lb. 1841 Alice Balaund Mary a l 25lh 1843 Albert Ernest Albert August Gib. Helen Augusta Victoria May 25th 1846 and an infant born March 1843. The allowance made to each child is a year. My said a lady to a boy carrying an empty mail bag. Are you a mail boy you Dou c think i be a female boy Ion the v mrs. Scraps told her husband she of a Pound of asked h had got ten cents 11 i hav it got anything responded or. S. Poor Man. What do you Call an in Preuitt asked a Young Ady of a Typo. Laid he kissing her Bea Tifful by registered then take that As a Token of the the replied slapping him a the face. Pray Don t baiter my begged the poor Typo. Then keep it locked retort d the miss. F Cord for Cord. Speaking of the Vilue of Wooster rags remind us of an anecdote that transpired on the Ohio River. Soon after the failure of the Gal Polis Bank a steam the keeper of a Wood said As follows. You Lake Gallipolis Money for wort win you Exchange for co re. The Boatman handed Over the heard for the reason that he had it quite a Cord of the raised up Ibe steam and nent ahead. Demo Erot. A Cleaveland paper in alluding to the privileges of the ladies in the present year gives the following caution it should however be clearly understood that by the common married women notwithstanding i t a leap year Are not permitted to love except to their own hut Bindi. Prefer no higher claim to the of Ibe country Noi tial commendation of history this Letler gentlemen Cloi Sion of political fail. Rece sep ointment from that pure Psi trip expounded of american demo Jefferson More than forty be Terpening period of my life b wholly passed in the service and has been marked by Mant Iselyne was one of the native chiefs this i n was constant in his attendance Chenev a Var. Divine service attended with Many trying Cea both in peace and in War de to his sermons Wilh the deepest inter and altogether considered a very sat is Jacory convert. All at once his Beha j or underwent a Complete change he a Ted himself from prayer meetings a i duct in these situations and have been called upon to for from time co Lime in rela ired morose and dejected and gave a sul answer to any question As his altered duct. At length for him i after some trouble elicited that he was y unhappy. Unhappy exclaimed the d missionary and wherefore me go come to hear you preach an Nnake me Chris Trajn you Tell me say very Good Well Why should Thia make you wait say Christian n Only have one wife. Now me got two Sci i in by u Bay that very wicked what me to do Ihl pm termed this was what is common Poser and the worthy Mission was at first somewhat at a loss what and e to bestow. After a Feriv moments ration he replied it appears to me in t in the situation in which you Are Munfor lately placed the Only thing to be done is Fot you to determine to which of your wives you Are most deeply attached and then put the other put her yes t her away of course taking care that she stall not want for anything it is your duty to provide for her properly. Do you under my me the chief signified that he did and look his leave Wilh Many expressions gratitude. A Short Lirrie Earls de when again sought air. And greeting him the a countenance beaming with consent and intense self approval began f ale by Haj spy i am. Glad to hear Nas the reply have you acted upon my Alvice then yes i Only got one wife quite right and the other Bow hive you provided for Here there was a use Ere the chief with the air of a Man to had done something decidedly Clever and ill sore of applause replied with a Chuck i of self approbation Ati it As Good As Pekin visit ays coming Home a few mornings since re met a Man attempting to walk on both ides of the Street. By a jail Ofui Mineu re we passed Between him. An honest hibernian recently invented a Lea pot with two Sebuu the one exactly opposite the other for the convenience of pour no out two cups the aame time. An Exchange paper quotes from Paul s Fri Ings owe no Man anything and thin adds fear some of oar subscriber direr read aul s great party topics of the Day a Clear exposition of my vie them and at the same time a sufficient pledge faithful adherence to whom that Lief exec no 1 could Rable con the impair my proves my first and great racy or. Go the in Een almost Rhy country icis Saludes Circum Stan f my con opinions 1 and express to All the not furnish respecting tons and if we should add to All this example of Manuil respect Cor the of the contending parties to that the contest might be carried on with Bat Firo Ineis and Energy which accompany deep conviction and with As Little personal asperity As politics divisions permit we should do More for the great cause of human Freedom the world by any Liber tribute we could Render 0 its value. We have a government founded by the will of All responsible to the Power of sit and administered for he Good of All. The very first article in the democratic Creed that the people Are competent to govern Obein selves it is indeed rather an axiom than an article of political pub. Trom the Days of general Hamilton to our Days the party opposed to whose principles in wis the great not the to its while in has changed its Danae has preserved essentially its identity of chars str and doubt be entertained and Laught of the Capa City of Man for self government has exiled a marked influence upon its actions and opinion. Here is Ibe very startling Point of the difference Between two great Psi Iii which Divide our country. All other differences Are but subordinate and auxiliary to this and May in fuel be resolved into it. Looking with doubt Aipou the Issue of self government one party is prone to think Public authority should be strengthened and o fear any change leu that change pm gel weaken the necessary Force of the govern ment while the other Strong in its convict Ona of the intelligence and virtue of the people believes that original Power is safer ban delegated and that the solution of the great problem of Good government consists n governing Wilh the iras Force and leaving and Viii Lal action u free from restraint As n Ompa Lible Wilh the preservation of the so Ial it Ruby securing to Esch All the Reedom which is nol to Welt Ting of the whole. As a Perly we ought not to mistake he Igns of betimes but should Beir in mind hat this is an age of Advance ment in All the elements of Lull Lecius pow it and in the opinions of the world. Eneral government should Atsume no pow is. It should exercise none which have of been clearly gun need by Ibe parties of be Federal compact. We ought to in Constitution it richly according to the re lived sound principles of Ibe Jef Fortea school. Bui while rash experiments 6 deprecated if the government is lotion by in us principles of action and refuses to a commodare ils measures within ils Coo Ilu Rioual indeed wisely and the advancing sen merits and necessities of the age u will no us moral Force impaired Sod the Public ill determined to do what the Public a Hority itself should readily do when the indic Lions of popular sentiment ars Clear and clearly expressed. Wilh great respect gentlemen i Ibe Honor to be our obedient servant Lewis Cass. Hon. A. Sti Verbon president o is demo cratic convention and lha presidents of the same. The do heir practical application wherever and whenever 1 May be required to act anything of Uither May now say would be Mere unworthy of myself and justly off Ensins to the great party in whose name you Are nov acting. My immediate predecessor in the Domina Tion by the democratic party wbb has since established go Many claims to the regard and Confidence of Bis country i announcing four years ago his acceptance of a similar Honor announced also his determination nol to be a candidate for re election. Coinciding with him in his views s Well expressed and so faithfully carried o it i beg leave to say that no circus Oslanci s can possibly arise which would induce m again to per Mic Ray name to be brought Forward in con Nexion Wilh the chief a if Tracy of our country. My inclination Aid my sense As duty equally dictate this course no party gentlemen had Ever higher motives for exertion than has great demo cratic party of the United states. With an abiding Confidence in the rectitude of our principles with an unshaken the Energy of pub Wilh the Success which has c Reliance upon in opinion and owned Ibe administration of the govern Mei a i when committed 10 ils keeping and it has been so committed during More than three fourths of its1 what has been Oise is at once the Reward of past exertion and the motive Lor future and at the same Limp a Garao. Tee for the accomplishment of that have to do. We cannot conceal from ourselves that there is a powerful parly differing from us in regard t fundamental principles of ool in the country Many of the government and opposed to is in their practical application which will strive As zealously As we shall to secure the Ascendancy of their principles by securing Eleetia n of their candidate in the coming context that party is composed of oar Sens As deeply interested in the Prosperity if Oor common country an we can and ticking Ai ear Nestly As we Are to promote and perpetuate it. We shall soon preset it to the world the Sublime spectacle of the election of a chief magistrate by Twenty Mil without a single serious Nai Tanee to the Laws or sacrifice of the Man this too in but the. Moral Orea for a of people. H Othu Abec enee of our ios Tita Gen Taylor is immutable we perceive by the Multi Mart Amuri Caa and other Federal papers Are publishing the statement of the Lousiana delegation in re Gard to Gen. Tiloi a position before the Federal convention with great of title. The statement answers pc is crude and general in the extreme and was tilt rally his nil Cue of the of maeral when read by or. Sanders. We ask the american and All whigs Bow it could be otherwise in Ibe face of Gen. Taylor s own pledge in one of his ule letters As follows 11 i have neither Power nor desire to Dic Tate to Ibe american people be manner in which they should proceed to cominale me for the presidency of the United Stales. If they desire such a result they Mast adept the Best Means suited in their opinion to the cons Malion of the purpose if they see fit to bring me before them Foi this office Ohio their legislators Mats meetings or conventions 1 cannot object to the designation of these bodies As natives but in being thus nominated i must insist up on the condition and my position on ibis Point is i shall not is brought Forward by them As the candidate of their party or be considered As the exponent of their party placing Thi Marga said a mistress id a girl who had entered her service How did you like your last place oct i liked it entirely was a Nice place Well i m glad they treated Yon is a am and the Yonng lady was kind to me and taught me grammar shun was t i to conjugate Verbi Jon Laming to conjugal verbs every mean is a am i essay i i Hope you have improved Nadir and will do credit to her to Pinion Margaret and i Trutt you will practice what you bags Learnt for i like to Bear Persona pro Faith it in t Imp reply i d be speaking at All but in the Mailer of the grammar i be got it Here a am pointing to her head Plinty of it Bat 1 Don c exactly know How to place it Cirr. A lot thing to very often log in the presence of womb Aone strange influence even u not in love Wilh them. I always feel in belter Honor with to Jelf and if. So a won a Witiuk

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