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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 24, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaT h g t i o or a e a i. I by Jamesp. Magil editor and proprietor. Tioga two dollars ind fifty per an exclusive of postage fifty cents deducted if paid within the year and for Cash Fecla Tinee Ope Dollar will1 be deducted no paper discontinued Antil All Arrea unless at the option of the editor. Advertisements not exceeding twelve jerked three times for one Dollar. And for f very sub sequent insertion Twenty fire cents. W juices not lines inserted for seventy the charge for one or three insertions the v Liberal discount to yearly advertise Jolt local. Democratic address the following address was Unar Eoo Ted by the democratic Delegate 4thiaf March convention follow citizens of Pennsylvania having fulfilled Tea important trusts com melted by you to our charge in nominating candidates to be supported for governor of the Commonwealth and canal commissioner n october next we respectfully sub Init to Jour examination the considerations that live guided us in our selection and which be respectfully apprehend May hate some influence in your decision we Are fully convinced that Ibe essential welfare and lib erty of the people of this Republic Are in the weeping of the democratic Republican party off his that whenever Ibe Clay Iball arrive that that party is dually Over Biown and the Power of this country passes into the hands of us antagonists Ibe cause Al National Liberty will be extinct Here impressed with this conviction we consider it our duty and the duty of every True demo Crit Ai d Friend to Liberty in devote Bis Best noughts and his most faithful exertions to science we be from party Ali we conceive it to be the right As the Dan of every Freeman to avow b More Nercess Irv the it we should live steady As 10 the distinctive principles of this country Are party bus implicit Confidence Eagle. Jetor Altti agriculture and essay March 24, 1847 eign Power and hence it becomes necessary that the combined Energy of the stole Union should by exerted til bring the wat by a vigor Ous prosecution to an honorable and Prosper oui termination put since it is Loo apparent to admit Ibe humiliating fast that there is still an inf Tuat to Rise As o in co sink As our court try rises that combined a hands in the com edits odious run that been is now Union shall , and continue Power in the bands of american people Republic a Onan Man dependence Secu is to Strong to be tons of political sacrifice of the t people and to make every reasonable non ice to support that cause to establish am sustain which our fathers Peri led their lives their fortunes and their sacred Honor la Weir be any truth that i hold be written in letters of burning Light and be kept always before he eyes a people that would be in is this that the Price of Liberty is eternal vigilance it is an important truth veried toe frequently in the Short history of Nis yet favored1, country whenever the enemies of the democratic cause have succeeded to Power they have impressed some palpable upon our country1 inflicted some violence upon popular or left blot upon our institutions that years of it Ami just could not efface 1 the cruel win the soldiers and patriots of our iniquitous Lunding system of 17s9, and and edition Ian of 1798, and the in Midnight judges the establishment of some i fir u d e r lie Seal i Bank in 18l6 r 13 the mural Prosperity tit r Anil particularly o Pelor at least filly or it a Al the Chiet Calan Riby fell and apr Ned a j Al blight Over or country More Perry c of in i s consequences than Ibe Lasle of be forbidden manna and last not least n the catalogue passing Over Sipany Oiler instances of fragrant abuses which it would be Ledion s to recount uie passage of the nefarious bankrupt of 18-12, the most san Kail that was Ever Sale ionized by a c enactment and which struck at Aith among which has our coun air Sylvrina suffered t i upon her i up b Good of an1 Una fian ii r shrunk ing with alacrity live of the Union s to Ous measure troops req of All court Enda when to red the executive finances Wece pre faculties i mediately Hje a re Means econ Misi and conf Terice s restored i in he party Whol Are willing itry if they must and instead of on of All hearts and All n cause faction has rear to cripple our energies encourage the foe land paralyse the Arm of government it eminently necessary that we Shou d Bare at the head of our com m the mos transportation a of the up and i Ford every Lions to r and to Rel the Muai Effi Omli Aid t Juneve l the vocals of morality and Good tude and thy conf live and men these Are some of the bitter Conse Quencas of the imprudence of a free and a Lonal people in permitting the tale of their destiny to All into Ibe hands of those who old in contempt the sacred Fri Sciples of equal rights Pennsy 1 sni a has had dear bought it Prience in lessons of political prudence ii Falls to the lot of the Dein cratic Patty no the present generation to repair the and waste of Many years of insane and arvo prodigal Rule in to a thu t will Roq Inre Many Yean of the most a Icart endurance of the burdens of taxation and Lell denial by the Virtu us yeomanry Many years of provident and prudent administration under the guidance of the Moil rigid integrity aided by Legisla Tion to redeem our great find Good state Ber embarrassments. But Duco Urage no a her condition May be yet by a steady Pene Eranee in the policy adopted under the present governor the Commonwealth can be redefined and restored to Ber former Prosperity rigid prudence sound judgment and j integrity Are what Are imperatively demanded in the guidance of our affairs in Ike present condition of our slate. These int cities distinguish in an eminent degree be present chief magistrate of our common wealth the name of Francis r Skunk is intimately associated in the opinions of be people of Pennsylvania with the idea of moral political honesty. The rudiments of his political Faith and morals were Acquini under Khe auspices of the pure minded and virtuous Simon Snyder and forty years of faithful Job he service Hare proved the Fidelity with which be has adhered to the sound doctrine pore patriotism and rigid integrity of that my Good Man in Frantt r Shunk renewed the admirable Virtues of that my magistrate who or nine join throng i a most Stormy and trying period of oar history wielded the executive destinies of our state without giving occasion to the least suspicion of Inte Enty in the slightest the Prosperity of the slate or bullying the Lustre of Bis Awn pure Fame. U these storm a Daya when the Good ship Pennsylvania is loaded Down with a debt of forty millions of dollars Anil while Ber peo ple Are Embar Raifta with a Bon Hersome sys Tam of taxation and while selfish interest i Sre seeking to Embarrass her More by luding tha common Burden and casting which Bas Ever will be while the he chief bulwark of the Bose patriotism cannot he Hose attachment to the in y and glory of tb0 Union disturbed by any calculus preferment by the Wanton and ire Tsure of the pave the Gjylo the Dlhy ambition such is those conduct in respond to the All of the a ecu Anil taking the most vigor finish the double quota of Pennsy Luttina is worthy n it governor first assumed Lair of Pennsylvania her deranged and nil her fiscal eased and paralysed in urges were examined her a state of encouragement i re established and credit Blic works have been kept ent condition to facilitate awoken the energies of Lively interest on the part its. Impelled by the exom de of the executive to of the people if their exer h Mastej of former years eve themselves Anil to that rested on both the the Iblis debt hich bad been ulate for m my years Rol Tomid ratio arid swelling the principal to the mormons amount of about 12 of do Lars has been regularly paid a Small Dei this too accomplished to rough be most exempt Ary prompt aided mainly by Ilia heal sting Between the execute Heoji be sent executive rights of the re and to interests of Dom prudence last acts our rest guarantee be be it to a just what is to Manifest n be the Scheil Over r pie such e or As were Ibe common id partial and few of be ests the by the Are the the of Hia c on of is to a i sir decided Aliro Bation by re electing him to the stallion i has filled with so much Honor to wealth virtuous Public d Ali Rew take a and Yau Bond lha province up the deeply i respond selection of cans to Trusley Manikin nose in and Benefit this Jirak of the eople ies re y Tbs weal Bint for the Faith the richest to the common approbation a us discharge of and most Desir an honest Nan can receive impulse to virtuous action nay Man to Bis of it is the f Mission of lib Jewarld Fidelity a and the duty strongest ii is the rebuke the an ele gales to this convention were pressed with the importance of the they bad to perform in the tillable Candi late for the office loner. To thu office is e do of my cod the unc High and 01 and intelligence of the people and in the Effi Jacy and Security of the popular Ower. As Ivilue the great truths of democracy As essential to the preservation if our liberties it is your duty fellow Celize is to oppose Jaa undivided front to your enem the approaching political contest and to feel and exhibit that steady Confidence an teat a i just cause cannot fail to inspire to ensure Ibe Triumph of your candidate i your principles it is very apparent that the Federal party Are exceedingly anxious to Bra democratic party of Pennsylvania in collision with the democracy of the i upon certain Points of policy not yet Bapa Well understood by All and the i Dent agitation of which might be fatal general Harmony the object of and whig Ustilla Pru teed ing a Ziely to bring about ibis Collu Loo Parent to need further exp anal Pennsylvania Baa no True interest Incon Wuh i of on is be genuine interests of her sister glorious old Commonweal has e interests which should Pla intent tales no be e her in a hostile attitude towards the de family of the Union but on the contrary it is respectfully believed Ahat it is the True policy of the democracy an Penn Sylvania to commune and harmonize with the democracy of the Union As a measure of common prudence and common safely and we Buve a right to distrust whoever would inculcate a different policy v through some alight errors in policy Pennsylvania has not assumed the flank in the confederacy that she deserves yet her purposes have Ever been patriotic. By adopt ing a magnanimous and elevated code of poli tics in regard to the Union she would occupy that High and commanding position to which her Power her population and her re sources give her a title she woul i sit As the great a Bitress among Ibe amen Ter Otid pointing aloft the Scales of quieting their minds and calming the the a he of. A Byj can Sis ustice r pub a blog oed and commanding to nage of her impartiality. The Bumble and i miscellaneous. -___4 by we. C. Cambell. Has not seen the Beautiful Vitha i Mohawk As the Iron horse or Long train Pfow winding around the i ase of i some lofty Bill and now almost us Over the foaming Waters of the Riv Ley of the Pended or the traveler seated at his ease and looking out on the varied beauties of thu shifting scene can Oare but an imperfect idea of tie toils of those who seventy yen hrs ago traversed this earns Valley then Days and weeks were occupied in passing from Scheneck lady to Utica the old fashioned Heel boat was forced up against the rapid Curtet with labor i and when the River Wasl Wohen in the Spring the navigation was eve ered1 dangerous Yod yet. In the Oil j consid French me Nib Ley on rentier Erous charge of in acting the Public works of the common if Feelth connected with an extern he Trust of Dis Bursing 11 Urie amount of pubic Money. The efficient and faithful management of this of Tat Public Admi nitration for the last thre or four years has contributed in no Small and it la Tont doll Ity and degree to sustain lie Public credit. Due to the people Eho Fuld be confined it doubted integrity. The candidate selected a that this import to men of Capac the convention is Moho to he is Veale mocha cat and vap Teit support by purpose fore the 3 Langst Kevii of Montgomery coun a on i Den on the Undin exist i not a organi truly i Rell known As supporter of the t t strict integrity unwavering and i Peiples of de iss esies the requisite experience and is re Onnon ended to. Your Bis firmness of War a Large army Wuh All its i and equipage passed through the i its Way o the Western and Northern and in the revolution the bold sch devised of sending b division of the a forces intended to operate against the six nations up the Mohawk to and thence to the Otsego Lake Iii was a hazardous and toilsome expedition and that old Soldier Gen James Clinton was appointed to the command it Walls fitting Post for a Man who had from Earlnor youth been inured to the hardships of Bonier wars of truly in the Spring of 1779, he reacted with Bis detachment the Point now occupied by the town of Canaj Hinc. And which was formerly the site of an Indian Castle of the same name from Here Large parties were sent out to the Way Anil open a Road to the. Head of Otsego Lake Over which the Batteaux used upon the River could be transported it was a laborious Enterprise and Leq aired All the Energy of the commander land taxed Ibe patience and patriotism of officers and men in its execution the distance was some Twenty Miles and the route i Lay Over the High ranges of land which thurs Separ ated the tributaries of the Mobald from the head Waters of the Susquehanna a Spring had gone and summer bid come before the Bat beaux were carried Over the mountains and launched for the first Lime on the Bosa m of that Beautiful Lake. While this portion of the occurred which it is prot used i Here briefly relate be Trust there e candidates now presented to by of Pennsylvania will receiver d tuesday of october next its port. Parties Mast necessarily be government and Freedom can unstained Nitro it the effective Dpi if dog Tion of supporters it Bas been id i that where there ii no Liberty it was the close of a Long Dpi summer. The Sun was Low in and its rays no longer holding dal Clear Waters of the Mohawk in Early Lance with were taken their Farewell kiss of the old Forest Trees which covered the tops of thing Bills. Straggling parties of their fatigue dress were moving s the winding Road returning Vei their Bard Day a toil some of the Ting upon the pleasant scene is a a surround soldiers in Only Down led from m reflect v kick they had left and calling to mind Herr pwn Dis Lant Bonnes where their wires and their Little ones at such an hour in by bad looked out and watched tilt fir return and resolving never again to Lea vie those quiet scenes for the rude and Bard life of a Soldier Tea evening Parade Kai Over Ibe Roll of the evening drum was ended the watch fires were kindled and Here and there a Light twinkled through the Snall win Dows of Ibe German Sellers which were even at that Day thickly sprinkled along ibis portion of the Valley around the Bouse occupied by the general As Bis head quarters there ibis even ing to be an unusual gathering of officers and from the hurrying to and afro of subordinates it was evident thai prep Aralios were making far some occurrence of More than Ordinary interest indeed i was no secret in the Camp that two persons had been arrested the previous Day As spies and that a court martial would assemble bit evening before which would be Arraj Ned it is hardly necessary to observe that the War of the revolution found the settlement along the upper part the Valley of the Mohawk and upon the head Waters of the Susquehanna in a very exposed situation sir Wil Liam Johnson died in 1774 for More than Quarter of a Century he had exerted a great influence Over the inhabitants of that Region and Over the Indian tribes and especially mis Anent. Job. 450. Over that tribe which even then duelling places on be Banks of to which they had Given the name a their skill and prowess stood it Tbs Bend of the great confederacy of the India York the influence which was p sir William was retained by his Guy Johnson especially la most of whom in the following their pleasant Homes and Welt v Canada he was followed by a la is of to assessed by Lon a Law year left Ith him to be number of the White inhabitants who espoused the the cause of the Mother country. Many of these men afterwards enlisted into a regiment organized and Coon added by sir Lohn John son a son of sir and known in the Border wars of new York by tie name of had their River to d who by Patriot canse required that retributive jus Tice should dealt out she was per Millard however to take the body of her husband for the purpose of burial. It was placed in a rude coffin and Lair in a basement room of a House in the Vicinity of the Camp Anil while several persons were fitting around a Large Black Snake issued from the Wall and passing Over the coffin glided away into the opposite Wall. It May Well be imagined what amazement seized upon Tbone who Vitere witnesses of this strange event. The tale soon spread and it Wasj readily inferred and believed Bat his satanic majesty bad offered in that shape to convey away the soul of the guilty new Berry As a consequence the god of hosts was on Ibe Side of the patriots the Patri holism arid courage of the people was much promoted by this strange occurrence it must be borne in mind that most of Early settlers i that Region of country were Ger mans and that they partook largely of the superstitions of heir father land Many a German Mother on this occur race called to mind and related to Ber children the tales of the spirits of their native mountains in Germany and for Many Long years after the close of the revolutionary our the trial and execution of sergeant Newberry formed a teide of the Winter evening conversation and the subject of Many a Nursery tale ii hardly necessary la that it was much colder where the troops were an they were All the time marching to the South still worse Erforth Mlet before they got to prarie Duchien the soldiers had to break a Road through sixteen inches Snow and from that place to dub too. They bad to Wade through feet of Snow this was one phase of their hardships. But before the company is ached Ibe Illinois River they had another the soldiers had to Waile in mud half it deep and h Ben they slopped St night they Hail in some instances to Cut branches of Trees to Lay Ritwo upon hoping thereby to keep themselves from sink ing la o the mud these Acme of Ibe incidents of this extraordinary Anarch for nearly seven weeks Tiese men endured a Moat every exeme of privation without a murmur and during Ell that time they Hail no shelter Over their beads save ont night Lieut Granger and Denham who were the subaltern with capt Plummer marched with the Al the Nading through Ibe Snow and afterwards through trip mud nearly knee deep and faring in All respects like the soldiers and these gentlemen we must he permitted o say Are West Pom to whom com Mon Fame until this War has not Given Ibe credit of great Powers of endurance capt Plummer s duties inquired him to be on horseback a portion of Ibe Lime but when rot thus compelled he marched with Bis Meo it Muy be Riwu ironed that during ibis Emble Indruh. Only men were lost by desertion a tic sic acc Ming. Thu a Lou been is Handso Harnas aired of then the Best of is a very rare animal but be is Lod of the Unicorn has cues fully disputed Anil thai vary and Graceful animal instead of being de to her majesty s 1 the species should be could eight upon h Majest let All be procured Mearly employed Valdic duty namely to support her arms but the Good our Virgin readers Lake not Johnson s greens others j ined with the indians Anil assuming the ii Dian garb and adopting the Indian Mode of warfare made excursions into the settlements and Laid them waste marking their Progress by deeds of Wanton and Savage Crilly. Two of these men who had been engaged in this Border warfare bad been As before observed a sled As spies in the Camp of Gen Clinton fabulous. We cannot certainly precisely Mark out this habitat we do not think the creature is 10 be found at Public masquerades or billiard rooms or in soiled boots dam ing the polka at the Casino de Venus de Bacchus or any other Casino of any Oiler How to speak to children. U usual to attempt the management of children either by Corporal punishment or rewards addressed to the senses and by words alone 1 Here is one other Means of government the Power and importance of which Are Seldom refer to the human voice a blow May inflicted on a child accompanied with words so uttered Aslo counteract entirely its intended effect or the Parent May use language in the Cprrea lion of the child not objectionable in itself yet spoken in a Lone which More than defeats us influence let any one Endeavor to recall the image of a land Mother Long since at rest in heaven her Sweet smile and Ever Clear countenance Are brought vividly to recollection so also her voice and blessed is that Parent who is Jem Lowed with a pleasing utter Ance hat is it which lulls the infant to repose ii is nol an array of Mere words there is no Charm to the untaught one in letters syllables and Aen fences it the sound which strikes its Little ear that soothes and were now to be tried for the the preliminary arrangements made an order was Given to Brin the charges were few they set Forth tha to r been in the Pri ind briefly e prisoners their coun toners stated had in the first instance abandoned try in her hour of need and Bavin gone Ove to the enemy did afterwards ener into the enemy s service and did commit acts of aggression upon the True and patriotic inhabitants of the province of new to k and be ing thus engaged in the service of the enemy did come into the Camp As Spie their trial proceeded witnesses were examined who testified to the or Sonera hav ing been residents of the province previous to the War and indeed their far lies at the time ined in the Vicinity and i thin a Lew Miles of the Camp they knew rom general reputation that they had joined Tho enemy. But no Over was Esper ally and isl e was new Anil composes liable Heathen deity the Habi Belt of vary with Jie is. Some Are Best for one particular too i Best i Dis rep of he of or i for some Lor Vir Ever Usk fully arranged if uttered in he principal prisoner whose rear Berry. Have All the witnesses been asked Gen Clinton there 11 another wine examined " who is to ply of the mentally was to judge advocate in a few minutes a Man entered he was bowed Down not with years but with Row his Gray hairs were the work not of age but of misfortune for a moment his Eye rested on Dewberry and the guilty in Soner grew Pale As he met the searching glance of the witness he was sworn and commenced a minute detail of the destruction in the previous year of the neighbouring settlement where he then lived hat he was absent when the indians and tories disguised As indians reached his House that his Bouse on is wife and he succeeded on stamina a daughter i alive that be hastened Home Only to fire Ard his whole family 1 four children massacred that in extinguishing the fire Tion found one of his can Edrei about eleven years of age All he carried her to the she revived so As to be Able to sit up that while sup porting her in his arms he saw another party of she enemy approaching when be fled and concealed himself that the Leader of the second party was known to1 h As he approached the door the with a blow of Bis Tomahawk the spark of life which was k Point 1 that the bosom of his child and Irig to the prisoner Newberr tory Leader May god have in Ray of him for i can not he Down under great m and that tory Leader extinguished Ndang up in excitement of in in bands Rry hit face n the witness when he con feeling and hurrying his race tabbed Load. For newbie paled ana1 Bis lip quivered we commenced his narration land eluded despair seemed to have seized him the court pronounced him guilty and he was Bung Ibe next Day his wife pleaded for him but id vain the interest of the tues t numerous to specify some Best of Hub aids buying Bestol wives new gown some Best again Are continually la King their belter Best to the opera or play in fact in Len thousand different medes do the disc of bus band show their superiority to Ibe second Best and the middling Anu the Fine and those merely Good for fam Ilies Brit or Brown the Best husband of the Best mrs Brown herself Only on thurs Day lest informed Ber dear Friend mrs Smith of Tai peculiarity that Blest her with the Best of m n mrs Smith Hau dropped in to talk of nothing and have a dish of Lea mrs Smith had left her Bonnet and cloak in mrs Brown s bedroom and was sealed at mrs Brown s Firel mrs Smith put her hands Lober read and softly sighed mrs the matter my heat soft tone Are ence re Hir k fined to the in every age Mains under t to sleep a few notes How found to possess a magic influx we that his in fluence if con die7 no u is diffused Over ceases not while the child re Tou Hope m Agai you Don t look Well nothing particular i is no nothing Only Smith As usual. I wars thing Well i do pity what is if mrs. My love that club he h asm Home till two this morning and i sit Ting up but you Are a Happy woman i be no doubt now that or Brown sirs you my dear he was Reading the paper to me All the evening or b rown is a Good Man h of. Good Man my dear Ifil Tell you a a you would say so in fact he s the Best of husbands and one Little thing will prove it mrs that mrs brawn mrs this mrs Smith you would t once think of it the dear Vicil soul but he s so found of me that All tins bitter cold Walber be always goes up first to bed to a warm my place now i Call mrs her eyes and folding her hands Best of husbands an extraordinary March. I the St. of the 26lh ult in announcing the arrival of a company of in far try from the Falls of St Anthony at the t City says the first order for the move it from fort Snelling a Post in latitude Deg North was in the depth of an or leu f Winter on the i3tb of Jan try it. The commanding officer of detachment took up his line of in Vorch m fort Snelling Lor the Gulf of rating in mid w infer from 46 Deg North to 25 Dee South the second night after company left fjord Snelling the Toyogi a who were along with the transport Stion id say that it was the coldest night they hid Ever experienced. So cold was in that tie hones employed in drawing the trains hid to be covered with blankets and were 46 the to by ought to tha Camp fire to keep them from freezing for ten successive Days before i their arrival at prarie do Conen the Thermo Ter at that place averaged Light degree i be parental roof is the boy growing n manner and in know fro Mairn Rolt sure to control these Terrt Sci s As the pen e tones of a Molter she to her son harshly does but give his com Hie Sidion of her own example see pours Oil on the already raging flame in the pressure of duty we Are liable to utter ourselves hastily to children perhaps a threat is expressed in a loud and irritating Lone instead of allaying the passions of the child it serves directly to increase them fretful awakens in Bim the same spirit which produced it so does a pleasant voice Call up agreeable feelings whatever disposition Iber Elore we would encourage in a child the same we should Maui est in the tone in which we address it truth. There is a general and striking difference Between the genuine effects of truth itself and the effects of falsehoods believed to be truth truth is naturally benign but false Hood believed to be truth is always furious the former delights in serenity is mild and persuasive and seeks not the auxiliary Aid of invention the latter Slicks at nothing it Bas naturally no morals every lie is Wel come that suits its purpose it is the Inola character of the thing to in this manner Sod the criterion by which it May be known whether in politics or religion when any thing is attempted to be supported by lying ii is presi Mali be evidence that the thing to supported is a lie Alvo 1 he Block on which a he can be engrafted must be of the Sama species As the graft therr is a natural propensity in the Botoman mind to love and sneak the truth lying is not a natural but an acquired vice it is not like some others the excess of an innate propensity but it is in direct opposition to an Inngle propensity this life to Ibe Una Lobl presents s Sand let a Man commence his career shaping his course by the Chart of unerring Wisdom and he Hill enjoy pleasures More than can be conceived wherever he turns his Eye he will behold Beauty and love the Clouda the in Shine the rain the now the Ocean toe Bill the Mountain and Plain will Sll bring Joys to his to som he sees in Ever thing the kind hand of b s creator and no words Cao truly Tell his Happy feeling who would not live virtuous Tri Tuut neither choose All nor not at All for Beauty they Tell us of a floating Island in or otlans by sure no Wise Pilot will cast Anchor there Mode Bitiah is the Silken string running through the Pearl Cabin of All Virtues fat delicate persons should stay a doors while the wind is shifting

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