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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 8, 1848, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaR Mao i a bag Ili s and prop Cio Tioga cou1stt a. Two dollars ind fifty cents or an u cents Deil if n the year and for Cash actually in and c Dollar i 1 be deducted continued unti i a la arrearage ate. R univ i it live option of the editor exceeding incl Clio pcs i r one for eve Ion Twenty fuck enl Kalis lines inserted for seventy five l Lor o in 01 three insertions Heel to y Early i or climb. I in 11 from ii Wui s journal. In every Cre fid. I Cir Creed r i of i Iii run i and read and brow Al poll your Jet y 13 til f notch before ii of Kelso i 3 late j f f m i i i in re. Onn la a w Chesi and i h nor Burn i my Trihy aught r Uvo i r Nurt i i i Jar s to i Irous Chirt tilt your run i 13 sin i i i Al b n r i i in i a w i j d Ibe soul of Man 11 Wil Sui Lime i 1 g Trie a Linon ble kid if i Coul 1 Rit Gies y Ere c was a u g Brief Incon these dreams d Fei i i was Drcar. S Wim certainly Tro Vilfer Iliia Vale of euro Art Elliou tried double and Flors Llie Lem Parr still till 111 u Ihrk to Mem prevail 7 do the Elands Tyml incr Vino dim the Light Lumu Nncy Hail seen Hoij fear inv Nilli is gone 7 and Tumuli Guarr i finl a a traveller on pfc n Dre try coast thy guide and Comfort neatly Henr n fellow Zirri Iellar s in one who limb or j 1 the painful Way who in the journey lie Holh passed ills met Vilh Ninny a Billor blast upon u Hose Liend Hie storm Haf beat Whilo Many Alhorn has pierced i feel but matchless mercy Hilli Erlo. Lalli and brought him through and Bolh enabled him to raise at lilacs Tho cheerful song of Prisa. In Palir nce i Hen possess Why soul Slanc Hill for while the than Dorii Roll Oliy Saviour Acos thee Llie gloom and Mil in Lily ass Tance c me his and mercy will Lio to Olio Irusle in him alone icum Lili Irit in defence preserve 1 in 1 Confidence Flim no ply m Firven prayer on him in Jilli Why care Thi n 1 hip incur it Novoj than i he Nichi 51 k p Arp to Day and thou Rijo c no i i find those Inin acre do Ped to Gil i jct la t f i1 Ielo the Wilt ii ruin to fir Lily lie trl on i Al and lilo up intr of Mig in Grico to Fil Liliee for clip Geom p a a where ennui nil annul a round tin throne for Over egg 1 by i l to done i cd thus Yoli ii ask but my Mit imply Tilly Para a Ltd Vav Ojile this i was drowning and in this Eiva ble space of time All and thoughts r and been conjured Hile Vail i g a sick i1 e olb r in soon offer rpm Yijin to inquiries about Insh Al h tie looked up and d d of Hea of my capsize in m n i id no Henrj of any Sucu t i i i Heaired to j u i of la to u m places it was i Hor Ribi Llin he commenced f cer was so near d Ash door b fore s v l e suttion before me grinning and i is k in on Jawa anr1 glaring desp octets with delightful anti i Coil i see his arms move As if to i f c la Chi Traci and t in i a Ord and n jiving iu.1 a my wrapped Tig Billj about Cap upon my 1 Over my Reaal and saw Aii i 01 Ida but Liivet s it in it 11 As so dark 1 i to stands in the roam 1 coked it again i my coffin the 1 i i Irp of cling the 1 1 or j u h c d Al c i t t to r to v n Fik i i. I u. 3 i Lovrant 3 i j i a were la i a Imp 1 1 hey i i heard Are one of them Rev Bow at wlm her Aldel la it d up but a them say sur All it la ii in 1 you o b e to the Palt or and a a Glide Man of out 1 1 it i could i of utter a s i y i to Rise the water appeared at length my head began to swim mat is to stay my brain and my senses were about me when Rory feet struck i at he to torn of the Mississippi it r v cd my Hopes i gave a sort of Spring emf b Gin rfcs Iba rapidity of an air Bubble i yield breath till i was nearly i s fill Cal a and 10 a b or v. E in out of the in Fele Ambosi Kcf the Tiona ea01 e. Teh 23, 1843 Friend Federal party is in somewhat of a quandary for a Cuci a Gnu Ghatge against the of the unite Stales in the presen is regards Ibe most i state of affairs bet Nee this country and they Are Divide important accusation by i a i by re Unk Ilene air All Cabin one water i struck out for Iarj nmn All my might arid main and just As i Goe a few bar oks of it i saw a log float my alon4 slowly a it came near me i discovered it was an Irstead of a log who Maili. Cfaft a me immediately i was Horny y end 1 Ati i thought in Raiber hard to from i frying pan into the fire and share a Fate Tenn Jonah he wis Only Ewal Lowed by a or Rel but i Vas to be swallowed by an All Cigalor and whaler and it and men bed could j be a final Sej Lemont too for Ullia ours Don i a i two or three men silting i Cost up heir accounts As Ufi uus used to do in Josah b Lime i Pul in Llie licks As the boys say but i saw the null Gator was gaming on me and in he r if fairly Jawa see retd to say with a Baunii Gil out of de a old via Lucker i thought of the o h r Ballad ii ii never do to give up and with r vigorous stroke reached lie Boal scrambled up and stated myself Mic Dea in n alive on the top of Tho Cabin when horrible Lon claim it give away and i into t in hold with such velocity Thill Mac deprive of my breath and exp r a need Tatj awful sen anon of falling fro n height which people often limes have Ijiro in to Weir dreams when i struck i Gense und i less for i Dan t know Toiv Loni Ana when i in a Ike everything was Lark and go potty As like the grave i rat up and tiled to pc r the darkness to no purpose 1 Felt too la me and at last the Tiuli burst upon me. I had experienced i a feverish dream and in or struggles bad tumbled oat of bed upon the was bail Riend to make up for one Ibal is direct they enter Tain several in the Hope that one or Allma Havo Tho object of the president which per consequence involve ill in in to son to their country we part pose to classify Liliose Tea get under apr plate Hea s and Mil p Surh comments Upo the tame o us s pm warranted the Conant Llie War the warns or Ilerd by March i Ormy Irum Corpus Christi to Ilie r Giandi 5 i r e a Imiri Milan is prior lil n i m m rim Ute inline he Lubic Mexico and Inco Pori r i nun Chr american Union 6ili i n i Ioc plan icnii., til inc poor Mexic 113 to i lat Ike president Eammon cd is Cal g on the his us n i Mere Disi Busty the p Blic ruins at the request of Ibe mexican government he withdrew our vessels of War rom before Vera Cruz and or was o dered to continue in Mexico and patiently Tor 3 final decision of his and to take care to act with such prudence and fair Ness that if again rejected it May appear Manifest to the people of the to Teit and to the world that a rupture Cou honorable be avoided we believe the embodiment Hij self had been in the executive chair after the rejection of oar the United slates u not that if a Tould have immediately commenced offensive and every amen fan in the Union would have bucked him in Bis proceedings Bat or Polk was extremely cautious not to say sensitive on ibis Point he a Man of peace and heartily Arcise to War and would leave no Effort untried to prevent its occurrence Tho principle is an honorable one it was an act truly Christian evidencing Ibe Noble conciliatory conscientious character of the Man who warred Nith his own feelings to prevent plunging Bis country in hostilities yet he is denounced for making the War to Forward his Oun ends ibis one act alone this great desire of the president to Avert Tea calamity of War in our opinion Speaks trumpet longed to the deep damnation of his Vil Fiers in the or in Lime came into Power when the Leeond overtures of or Slu Lell were re j cited in still More insulting terms than before and he returned to the United slates t not until Bis Mission entirely failed that Jar Polk took the initiative in sending Gen Taj Lor to the Rio Grande will not the candid Reader then when he reflects upon these facts applaud the magnanimity and forbearance of or Polk and convict Bis enemies who make the charge of interested motives against his conduct of falsehood of the deepest Dye will not your readers anathema ize the traitors to their c6untry, who not Only wilfully slander and degrade the president of this mighty Republic in Ibe eyes of nations but who Side with the enemy sympathise with them and necessarily Heap contumely upon the Mali la ions of then country speak of of for bilt whip the poets charge 2d the War is unnecessary and unconstitutional unholy Vega Day and Vick de assertions Are so Uil Erly absurd and ridiculous so coi Teni glibly Sci Lin and waning in truth that they Are the disputed ten act then Cong i for All these in result of their to the disputed her army to the did Almonte Siy that Ibe inn would produce Bis determination Toi recon the disputed territory was these Pron Aneia Zentos different constriction deign to answer i the Trot i cans never of Ibe i Enlil our own a who As alone Sho institution a proceedings Terr tory 1 Rio Grande d it a question cry and not be farcical and pm Federal party hands clean of again tha War i Notte Isona was then e the gently Char president p the whole Den Famat e Job. Onion stir id be ceo bets Wei was it i iat Mexic 1 if yes nation of Paredes of Texas t Reauie an in a full the 00. Onal red the sent Why was vow u Why rely teds Vii the is the his i in godly and w Pickei this i Tion but where it be proof Wai it i ungodly and i clued for us in the Revol Ary War and in the late War co defend selves against British i by 7 we not then Day and w now is it because the m Zenger of accompanies the army in Al Marchi it because humanity in in ill cases i to a Defeated pm it me Irp ated an inhuman and lir Barous civilized Chri Atn it been notoriously exl Ravagni mercy and Pard Ning aloud for punishment 7 to the the p act connected w the War is Bat too leniently bit this trea co dance with the spirit of shadowed by the action Oft out the onion but let u the federalists May u True unnecessary unions dilution wicked what t this to be the Fatt at they act honestly in t is really guilty immaculate fed bled bring in a Why a. The he enemy a ton Ted ten Ong Rebi y took i ire Cha a Festic in can a Affan d Ubol a Strong baser oly Ilion our think eked peace is Hown have a i have is of cried Rabla f the sealed e premise f All this a hits in tides of e s the 14 because we in oar de Justice Only cent Scalion Ive been t Lent was in age Anil fore is no foundation for their there were they would rep ago. Their All Cal anti american and on people the Grant Tea that the unholy n be a Iba if m Why do Congress idea Chi Bec Ansi Issert Ioos to in and make c r h won t do not our minister been Tivice rejected 2nd was not american in by the mexican army How then was the War unnecessary there was no Loni Obj i Ibe alternative but to defend ourselves if on enemy enter our House by Force and i h t evil Inci Lions would it be to put him out or kick him out 7 inc tenant would exercise Tjit at All Honett it the leaders Are the Aid a try Glass enuf veil of Federal Whilce find to their Cost when the Rives if the Federal leade Lavor with their1 constituent people they my instead of Aid Dona Alaa by y Intel Spital of the a and see Throy As the proper 1 wish i or w it change 111 air tact Ion i less Oasis Tipery never Down boor Mucu to the detriment of the. Internal coating of Niy Nob vulgarly called head d me i which now pin ibis a sort of egg 111 e Protu Berance which was not so before such in sick Man s tale of k Cap sue in the Tom Mooar who la Early Lre published some poetry under a feigned name whose truck lil8lln6ul8ke l was Ftp Quality he t i19 in n ire mature to hive expressed at having Ibn a a Friend one asked when did you first regret having these poems or Moore r when i bad r Dau her old enough to read them Vas the emphatic reply t mull she d d not Lemed i turn n the tally the than t the More tried to be i into my ears in a perfect deluge a noise like ten thousand Niagara no one i clutched at every float Nal fluted before my perception was increased an foil with Wilde Mou t to shriek for help but the m and drowned my a Man no of Power thou de my Waters Felt i Thi til id is always speak All Ibal we Kuolt Folly Bill my says us Quad be Whol he it Iball i min can gel Irmgand is that he shall not be be Llevad when he Speaks like truth i advertised Tiki a a Carrr on in Detroit having quiver has size of said for a up Eliare Hio lot an on to hailed information As to the lot an in an article upon wrongs of Ireland say a Ireland s clip of misery has been am overflowing and it seems to not i full this a blushing uni int gated fast Hood it 13 hazards Arista crossed the Kio Grande Only to say in the first Pace th-1 or poli. Has in Ibe most emphatic Manne his Mien ton not to i Cind Idal Lor re election ind in the second piece we in r for to the Hisler of Ihrl tires for a Iblis crore ref unit on of the b in Der us interest d purpose then could or Polk inv he not Belli b fore Tho people is Lalere single individual in the i Nion no can us Cerely Cortri Callior sly la his hand upon i i Flat and Ibal he believes the charge i be Irne 7 u e do not in Iii such a wretch lives to really behoves in a report but if he i ors Hia Criven heart has bet Seare i to often i ill the hoi Iron of parly prejudice that he is rendered incapable of an to prs act and it Only for treason Strati Gem and soils i Iler sled motive indeed on the contrary inc president instead making the War and prose Ulm it for i own ends on assuming the presiden Ial Chan had it manuf cured to his hands and matter of Tourso was hound by the consult lion h " solemnly look in oath to Mainla inviolate to adjust All d of fences Melwee the two in a manner to redound to the welfare and glory of be America Union in March 45, Gen Almonte mexican minister at Washington asked i his passports and left the country in big dudgeon Der luring thai All Friendly relation Between the United Stiles and Mexico we terminated Ard i hot Ibe am Philion of Texas to this Union woul f Lead of mar in so plumber g3me 3 ear the administration anxious to Evoid the Likely to grow Oil of such a blast of wrote to our Consu in Mexico Mel rucking him to inform the mexican government of Tho desire Felt b the president to adjust amicably every Caus o complaint Between the governments and to Ibe kindest and most Frendl relations tha sister republics i i fact the correspondence Between of Anil its Consul and our Consul and inc mexican government breathes i i every line the most sincere desire for peace Hebe a s agreed to receive a commissioner to negotiate president Polk appointed or Slidell wit i full Powers to Settle All or. S. Was appointed on Nove Niber 10, 45, and was rejected december 20, herera i government falsifying its own word when the additional insult was added what did Tea presiden do he did what few men Umil arly situated would Hart done and attacked Gen Iny Lor at Palo and hence it was necessary to kick him nut and old Zack did kick him out and in e manner too that has reflected credit upon Bis old boots unconstitutional Toiv Las it not been Sabovi n 11 at the Patio Italy of bring about an adjustment and the it u was not until the army Nna assailed Bat they struck a and that blow in sell t Welence 7 and Eben this collision did Lake place did not or Polk immediately inform Congress of the fact tee and w hut Diu Congress du7 1 hey Almot unanimously voted that War i listed by the act of Mexico and also voted Len millions of dollars and fifty thou Sand to Cany Ruting hostilities on if the War is unconstitutional nov u wis i constitutional then und if the Congress considered the War just at that period m the name of common could it become unconstitutional since 7 but that by inns proceeding they a Lia Grant that they did is or Polk to be censured because Congress sew fit to Vole lie7 if any Blime in to be attached therefore it must fail upon Congress alone the feds also say Bat the War is Ancon Sti Luliona because our army marched from Corpus cons i to the Bio Grande indeed did not Ibe federalists Bay when the Annex Alion of Texas was pending that if co Sam mated War would be inevitable certainly and did not Mexico herself declare the came to our government through Bermu Osier read Dent here1 yes Well Texas was annexed what then was the cry 7 feds changed i hair tune and instead of annexation it was owing to the March id Ibe Rio Grande and Why because they Caid we had no right it was disputed territory if the apr glory Between Hie no urea River and the Rio Grande was disputed what right had dip United slate to establish a custom House there and extend our lavs Orer Ibe Ferritor will the Federal solons answer that flow then could american troops encamped upon american soil and protected by american Lawe be construed into an unconstitutional act if it was unconstitutional should the administration be charged with it by no Means 1 Congress la the guilty party in Fine if marching the army to the Rio Grande was culpable and led to War Gen Taylor alone n guilty for he adv de voting that War voting men and Money to carry it of and extending our lairs Over it Jim they must c country will no and ctr fac declare in fax they do it i charge 3j he Ann Xai the cause of Ilc Tail we w of mis assertion and the True Ca should the f i Dud reproach be if inn to con Annex do eral batter1 brought to Polk for ibis acl Nail nothing to do w the War was manufactured Ooth in a Gre lib it As Ough he had nothing Loda Ibe ent Steps Youarda the Annex a Ion it by tame president of the United Sla rating t or of in of Tex go in i the of of the eur of Indi Upo it Meas we said his Ham was bound by oath to Propec satisfactory termination Ihen that inc o cause of the War and that iary As the Feus maintain Bea d should it Upo Uliey assert where then led James to who but the it e will Tel k to Iba p e the Ian to a Krowl Texas w nature u is upon or pop Lince 1old elec who but the of Tuple then election decided hat Texas Phi if the people therefore they also elected the War u the people s War Hon the people s censure the fed interesting charge Ness to Lay it As deem or Lei i Ibey i lightly As Ough what Par is god Eving Paay Polk of the there if o Long untied to them ses Are Ribout h the y will meet m tattling the Boundary a line Fri tit Rio Grande urn i Zannol Joost that Ihsle Klemat will greatly Iscil rated and Bistro cd Crar aking Possession at Nice of one of two sati Able poems. On on quite that our strength and of p be displayed in i manner net la be however salary May be i de on the Border people Here we Are Toi far from the government of in effect Prodna presence roomier to Mexico with our i a Rasinen to vindicate by Force of arms if necessary our tale to the country As car the Rio Gunrie what prompted Gen Taylor to obese Sugg to make or create War t Irons Wai it no ii a. Bat Gam in tha and e ene into truth e enly Why Nat on or e he Elore yet Scipi he Hedgma the Neces whose k s As dental voices lid be de my Trice sary have chair in the annexed Polk War is i Tever Uton in is kind Guilly people a return will Mark them for the patriotic presume charge 4th March of the am Chinti to the i hat his a overrun tical Grande it did not t the 8lh March after signally failed and granting cause of the Nara merely f r Gurment. Does it follow tha d deserve possible upon Che and the people truly by the Corpus known a until Olia tuns had that u Vas the lion Are Guilly a the and n secondary it were were on lates to the adva ice of the guilt my i be Alti Ched to it on the Bead of Gen. Prime mover and it Sake i adm author Kereev Ermily recommended months before it occurred Owten he chive to that Effe of met the Approbato general in chief and part Jcu 1 but Antic president in taking of a Abou foregoing tha general Wilt i Wii great tall an of t wrote the department As grateful to find by Meas Fabii i Oyer i in y to wishes lion tres Iftner Fri again i paled tie Bix weeks Cav set from s Welk a Pis of a most Aii ration As f opa. As re if the All up As the hand the movement i Imus i he v the mat the o did re d hero i am r have it and that of the of the in the As it now Bilka to greatly and Lia Slen he Settle ment of Between the two a can iries Gen Taylor acted perfectly Rigel id Bis suggesting a Forward Iroe Friend of his country will applaud him for had not neither bad the govern ment Ibe Leas idea however of the Many difficulties be would have to Only to Wisheu to be to prevent if necessary any hostile movement an part of tha stood solely on the defensive Anil bad not the mexicans invaded our soil and shed american blood old Zack would Nerer Bare trounced them at be did to their everlasting shame i. But As far As the commencement or the cause of the War s concerned it would have made no matter whether gee Taylor bad stayed at Corpus Christi or moved Forward the mexican minister of foreign affairs on the 12th of March 1846, notified our minister Bat Jar cotia Tion was by its native 4i tit eth and War was the of ill he course of tub mexican govern Hett and that on the isl Day of april Peai deist of Mexico instructed the general of the Melicid army that it was that to fail met of commenced Louis Elf taking the initiative against the Here Mexico avows the thai she took the incl alive and in Ruth the first blow she makes do Taylors March from Corpus Chris i 10 the Rio Gran de she knew no Ihms of Bat movement at Ibe time she gave or lers f c r the commence ment of hostilities Sci con plaid was that our Armieri were Slit one 30 the Vest Side of the same that we had incorporated the country Between Ibe same and the Rio Grande into our Union and deprived her of the right which she claimed of Reconquest Tia was her grievance and for this grievance she boiled Llinat Ibe hid the chivalry to make War upon l Mudd states and Lake the initiative be Krew nothing of the distinctions in in ire Ngab of her Lull on the one Side or Oiher of Ibe no fees until she found it explained vre have said before in the speeches senators those if Eybes Are the foundation of her be Ter title to the country West than East of that River. Up la the commencement of ibis War the Nimr of the nue Cei River cannot be found in any mexican document civil or military addressed 10 ibis caul re or Texas in which she claims a belter 01 a y a thru lit e la that River i ban to the a Birie her seps Rele title to the no fees is a big title angina lid in tie country and derived from whig Bews papers and speeches and adopted by the Mel lean doth once for the Fric Lime in it be Goli Alion with or this on the Chepul Lepock cause a Bhe now c Aimi it came she is told thai it is Hen but the is unable to comprehend much less explain upor that principle her separate and Heller tale or Sis this line of Ibe tenets was a turd in ibis Tor Ibe Pur Pono of erecting a Lilii form Vichich to assail the Smidt it of tre a Nile. Aid through 1m the democratic Paity but recurring again to the Rio Girande a Large army Naa organize and equipped to carry out Paredez mention to rec Niquer Texas ind whaler Gen Laylor remained Al Corpus Cariati or moved to the Borders of the Rio Grande it mattered nol he was of Timoley bound to be attack Jaud of the other hand by the Way of Queva for the Fedt if Mexico had no Belile intentions Why Assem ble 9 000 men at Matamoros Miles from the capital were not they there to carry out a teds thrttl7 a erlund a for Paredes says Bat it Nas mid Shenear be Bat hoi Lili ties be commenced Hou Iben was is movement of our Troope the cause of War when it is evident that a Thrsher they moved or not an attack was certain from the fact thai As soon As the enemy Lei fool on Texas now american soil gun Lor Noum Lake measure to expel him i ence we would ask those int Vida s n to Oake this charge a few questions suppose Gen Taylor had rfemamea1 at Corpus Brisli to old the mex can army have crossed the Rio grande7 it yes would Gen Taylor have been justified la driving them Back if no what did an army of 9 000 men come there for was it to Delhi in the Waters of Ibe Rio Grande arid then return Home again alas for fed Etilita Hutn it is Pul to such a Hills to Brake on a Caie the country s to dict 11 dead against Sherfi charge the Edmi nutrition is Proi tenting the War the a nationalise the lie of Mexico and it into i fit american Union charge is Tea More singular fron the perseverance with which u it is repealed Over and Evora gun notwithstanding the Alsa Ost daily ool Radic Lions by authority but of the country Are determined to have Tome for upon which can uncork their i bleed Occas Entley by their acts Ibey pot is in mind of a Man in a crowd who takes out Bis purse and Pota it into the pocket of his neighbor and Tarn charges him with theft the denies Emp Balyeat y any idea of the nationality of Mence Bat tha in lie yen do Interra is Yon a a chief Pat oar in your pocket and a Are Boond to Ali Gontina ii our interest to do

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