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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 5, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaHe to lock a e acs l by James p. Magill editor and proprietor. Tioga co., dollars ind fifty cents an Naib exclusive of cents deducted if paid within the year and for Cash actually in and Vance one Dollar will be deducted no paper discontinued until All arrearage Are paid unless at the option of the editor. Advert moments not exceeding lines inserted three times for one for every sub sequent insertion Twenty five cents. Notices not exceeding six lines inserted fors evenly five cents. The charge for one or three insertions the same. A Liberal discount to yearly advertisers. From correspondence of the Tioga Eagle. Philadelphia april 1847. Friend Magill monday Day and evening will never forgotten by our citizens while memory holds her Iway. The mayor by proclamation hid requested a general illumination of the City As a proper testimonial of gratitude and Joy for our celebrated Victory at Buena Vista but the commissioners of the various districts eschewing party feeling called upon their respective citizens to illuminate on the same evening to. Evince their heart Felt admiration for All the victories achieved in Mexico by the prowess and valor of ame rican arms. The Federal mayor did. Not even Honor general Scott by mentioning his name nor Bis great Victory of conquering the second strongest fortress in the world. But enough of Federal tactics let us say our of the glorious Celebration. The booming of Cannon ushered in the Day one Hundred guns were fired from the attached to t Wagon to news of Tacitus Sci Turc and amusement. Mesday May 5, 1847. . 45 what Terra of i a Battle Field. Or a sympathising Nej tril or of Ai the great Imp Eidoen pie is not in conquering who were Liberal in their contributions Straw and other materials to the flame alive. J f towards 9 to clock in the evening it Mense masses of people began wending the Way towards the wharves for the purpose seeing the display of fireworks Advertis to come off of. Smith s Island opposite the City. Wharves houses shipping and every available spot were crowded Wilh hum beings of Ibe pyrotechnic displays who flashed athwart the sky like visions of i Venly fires concentrated in shapes of enc a ing and which seemed to Peri up As though from the touch of some fair Wand we pm Only say hat it astonished beholders and reflected credit upon the Arti taken altogether it was one of most splendid exciting bewildering and fascia Ting scenes Ever attempted Here and Forus a great epoch in our City s history. The Day had been raw gloomy and threat n ing and it was feared that rain would Cherk festivity but towards night Clouds fled for the heavens atmosphere softened to and the fun went on s merry a marriage in conformity with Reque the streets were Early cleared of omnibus and All other were Houi and another Hundred from the. South of the City. Twenty four guns were fired from the Navy Yard. Christ Church St. Peten and All other Bells made the vocal for the night and All Oul doors fairly ii with their merry ringing. Business was very generally suspended and every one preparing for the evening. Thousands upon thousands came from the country and neigh Boring Lowns during the Day until Nightfall. Every Street in the City became lil really wedged Wilh humanity of All colors and women and children sire even such pushing crowd ing elbowing jamming scolding fretting funding crying laughing joking. Smoking Yelling and cheering was never heart or seen before and May never be heard or seen again every piece of striped Bunting that looked like an american Flag was fluttering in the Breeze forming a most Brill inn sight through out Day. All Ibe shipping in port decorated with flags and the Forest of malts was Brilliant with the gorgeous hues a Iona Ensign. Al an Early hour in the evening the City was an Ocean of every building so far As our walk extended wad brilliantly illuminated and All seemed Wilh each alter in the display they fee no coils up of tactics is now to be ado henceforth a the watchword is to be a action action some ten Hundred m regulars and of. The new Levy Are no their Way it hese and other forces w Nidorie stores dwellings hotels Halls etc., i As 5don Ai possible will be sent on de up to the Good people who were filled Wilh Delight and criticised admired and applauded to their hearts Content. It is estimated that Over one bundt a ibo Sand strangers were in town to witness the illumination. Many of these came wit Lin a few Miles round about he City. The whole Cost of the illumination could not have b less than one Hundred and fifty thousand of Lars. It is a proud thing to 8ay of our City i but ing a responsible authority a Mong acknowledge the fact w and incapable of further Resi canc this will probably reduce the administration to the necessity of firs hem in they Are organizing Ern ment in Mexico arid getting i established under the Protection of the rican army before negotiations Cau tired into for a treaty of peace. The interments for the past week Edlo us a decrease Frim Farmer r to t. Of this number there Ideiil of cons 15, dropsy fevers 1j9, inflammation i 14, whooping cough Chil re i 62 deaths in new York same period whom died of the measles 26 i Flamma 63, dropsy 17, consume Liuigi 29, feet is adults 112, children the stables of m Leon of omnibuses i peo find to beaten and i gov fir irly e. Aime Belen go Chat the i Llwis Section fire on sunday afternoon and wore consumed As also a great number of harness and. Materials Tor coach mall not a instance of bad behaviour curved. There were no nor disturbances of apy kind. Everything went on peacefully and joyously. We truly glad to be Able to record this plea ant truth. J whatever1 May have been the inactivity and procrastination which have hereto characterised the conduct of the War a Dif move Forward to join general Taylor Siren Glen the line of posts the As Possi 1 Orosi. Ble officer with As Little d will then Advance on to san gun. Scott the mean time with from the highest to the lowest in every Reri Lane Alley court bight pm or by Way throughout the ill Nils seemed to have put on the Holic Laj of and to exhibit if exuma fion of our citizens Over the glorious achieve merits of our arms the streets of City were a moving multitude of people and the principal Noills where handsome or Fine Ilu plays were to be seen were densely Tiro iwed. M e cannot do Justice to the spirit of Emula Tion exhibited by our citizens of All lapses and to the generous expenditure of flip wealth Ier ones and owners of Laige establishments March on but we Are satisfied that the vast numbers of strangers who City were not Dis appointed in their expectations of a Noble sight. In the evening we ascended the slate mouse Steeple. Soma Lime Ive Hood lost in contemplation of the magnify j born stupid mexicans have by this least possible delay Garri Soynini Crux will Anarch Bis division on to the Lal. Lie. Riray meet with of thru in Way but nothing o a Seviou Acter and before reaching the cily of Ico a Junction Wilh Gen to r s d i v i s i the Mexico the in Erin of an Hono an Authora m. 1 Hus in full Force they o attack the City of me Xii a should be so infatuated not to offer or accept the 1 Able peace. These Are facts Ive a Pifrce they May be on. We do Hope however that these Ted. The stables were Prin occupied about a squad time of the fire some horses Many of which had the fire not been Dir. Glenal s loss is a Ance. Two Large and Valu ing to the menagerie this City were unfold Delaware River of t caught entirely Slighs. Tempting to swim to the Jersey is company intended a i ing a Lour of Pally of Brick and a containing it the ninety or a must have covered the covered ble elephant recently exl i perished i it was. Namely drown urday last thing Ibe River a r on i less they were Tak Ich will and Rio 60 Miles from her but to get the cat Belon g cited in in the while it the the Vari Ous Lowns in new Jersey Conn Carden opposite the cily. The the e4ephanla endeavoured Board the ferry boat Mals conscious of had no sooner place slip than doubting Back and no coax venture to pass along no thing at per of air immense their fore fee is solidly la could induce it to he Boa i if Only Altern by the Trent they were diced to enter being f in order that he Llee the More readily the by a Chain about uis out fairly in the i Strong Aslo the Stream in spite of 1 to guide la pm Tow t an la soon by the chilliness if Gle against Rrapi it observed Lilal Era api lion bar Lex a will if might a were Raslene feel Long Natl he to t Beni rfcs ii 1 e f Foo 11 s o i be sinking the be voted o detach the could succeed Juhe by other with to swim these animal rom i in heir travel lied supposed that tub Cen scene which Lay beneath and around us. The Ueo Manj of guns in the distance the hum of Thev great masses of people moving Loo and fro in the streets mingled with occasional shouts and now and then the Glare of the fire works lighting up the darkness of the night air the waving of flags and the Halo of Light which seemed to rest on the streets in every direction reflecting from the houses it was a sight truly magnificent seen the hopeless Folly of opposing our farces and that sad not will induce them to resort to another Arpi Lra rent than that of the sword for the adjust ment of existing difficulties i never has Mexico been in b More deplorable condition than Al the air count a foreign enemy upon every Side blvd in Possession of her Strong holds on land and threatening a descent upon her and never to be traced. Bands of music contingency requiring the Unity and concert of action of All parties and classes it of All their Means is bad enough super added o these we find her were heard Al every turning of a Corner and Ever and anon As the people caught a View to the ext of the transparencies of Taylor and of Scott Outi when or the different Battle scenes Iber Wenla loud shout thai made the firm Earlh Liberati in army without Means ind pro without even a biscuit or a Grain a rumble. Patriotism swelled almost to burst 0 across deserts to fight a fainted Anil were taken into j formidable enemy from sheer compulsion Bosses and went j and after a struggle for Lood a much As for the of a those deserts confused Cut up scattered disorganized to Whert we see their invincible Leader bus Defeated in his first Onset and Retreat ing As if Ilse enemy As Well As famine at his heels when we find a Force of cavalry on the Northern line sufficient to sweep away All the Jle pols of the americans Between Monterey and the Gull in a bold and skill the cheers again Al sight of some new spec Tacle and thus wore on the night. A Irani Arency in the second Story of the building at the Corner of seventh and Chest nut Street called Forth the merriest humor of the Gay thousands that passed and Repas Piej it in the bourse of the evening. As it is a conceit we have copied it Santa Anna s dispatch to the governor of san a Tui flu baht 23, 1847. Most excellent sir that Northern barbarian. Don Zachary Tay Lor met us to Ilay Wilh the volunteers it the pass of Beuna Vista and played the very Devil with the. Mexican my of the great magnanimous nation yours on the full run cod and Liberty. Matokio Lopez Santa the illumination was More general by far than Many thought or expected it would be. All the Public buildings theatres hotels printing offices and majority of our private residences stores were liberally ornamented Wilh Well executed transparencies bathed in a food of Light. Ingenuity was taxed for something novel to swell the Triumph of this gala Day. Every species of ornament was devised to heighten the general affect. There seemed to be a generous rivalry to see who should make the Best display. Bonfires were blazing to different parts of the City to great Delight of the boys Ful plan i ovarian of attack instead of such attack y flying a the presence of two or three men and Only reappearing went a Danker is Over and there is a Prospect of cutting off a string of pack j mules or a Lew undefended baggage wagons when we see to ihe1 southward their chief , the. To their government invested by their enemies and a spirit of my Tijay and a lame and impotent preparation of defence he that of the jews within when t bns1 us Drew around the Walls of Zion Ling steel of the Imperial warriors of Root enough to excite our deepest cometniss Era lion and . Bat than All pending All these calamities and disgraces we behold in the capital of the nation an in Stine War Between govern enl and clergy and the work of fratricidal. Slaugh Ter added to the terrors of a foreign invasion the common enemy carrying everything be fore item and occupying every Point they he cd e pre i lie cause of la two Eji plants were see. Afi l valued at i serious to the soon after towed hides brought to the being prepared i or s removed under the i Sori in one of our m purchased the care availing of studying ibis by Tomy. The to be Overr Privater a i ii of the i of it a per imm Rilia Chain but real Sanu a him. It is eight upon the by Drew them to swim Tive in n abridge easily in i of it. E them aether Gillin Vas so in Fth the tiber r is run Ami to Ore he the following letter from Saltillo we copy from he Jav Etc Orleans March 2.1, 1547. In a letter which i wrote a few Days since i gave you a very fall account of the sanguinary affair victim Proton need hahd1 Wilt now give you a few scenes which l have witnessed not mentioned in that letter. Time first View that we caught of Ibe ene was when they had turned Ibe left flank of our lines were pursuing the flying infantry and horsemen. Column after column succeeded until they formed a dense mass numbering something like twelve thou Sand men no words can convey to you even a faint idea of their imposing appear Ance. Their arms brilliantly burnished re fleeced a million time s the dazzling rays of the Sun their Rich Gaudy uniforms stood out in bold Relief against the soiled Ovid tattered garments of the suffering their cavalry lancers drawn up in Beautiful style in numbers from two to three thousand and in lines the Beauty of which the most accurate military observer could have found no fault with and added to ibis that they were for the time victors t assure you we did not look upon them with contempt but with the Quick Sharp ringing of our rifles we sounded the death Knell of score after score of them three Hearty Mississippi cheers told full Well that to cowardly fear paralysed that Little bail. Rushing on our Small Fores would have scattered the retreating foe in All Over the death strewn Field had not our watchful Leader col. Davit perceived Bat we were about to be surrounded by an overpowering Force and ordered us to retire and rally. He re an amusing circumstance took place. Major Bradford who is probably the most impetuous Brave officer who Ever Drew a word perceived us retiring and thought we were Defeated. He dismounted from his horse and allowed on slowly after us sex shoot me shoot the some one called out Wiat the Devil s the matter major a kill me the Mississippi regiment has run and want to live another smile which eloquently told the Spectator that be had fallen with Bis face to his coun try s foe. Saltillo 11 one vast Hospital. Besides our own wounded four or five Hundred in Nam Ber Gen. Taylor has collected All the Woun ded mexicans who were their army and Pat them in Hospital. It is Moat disgusting to visit one there places. All of them the mexicans sire badly wounded for those that slightly wounded went off they Are dying every hour in the Day. The Kite my Span of horses hey near tue horses run Down the Alley. A Man Tho wat building a fire Jaq a Carpenter shop a started up to see what doing dropped his g Ibe shavings. A fire the engines assembled use neat upon the alarm a Mari fell in he to Erk of one of them and id Bis Arm ended this budget of accidents for the responsible for a Day. I he i of who int marbles he consequent damages Boston journal. Across Stream the country dress of the ent mis Forter nearly Thirl Iho sarm f it is. The i lore Suin Nec City for the uffing. The acc lion of Diesl College sos for the of s u c h a r m h of comp ourselves great error gentle r and All commit in is to suppose that v Sec in our movements is a theme for much but the Gallant major was Quick unde Cei for we soon re formed and although our ranks were terribly thinned by the killed and wounded yet again was heard the jeep voice of Noble Davis Farward guide Centre March command was repeated by filly voices and Wilh wore steadiness and precision than the careless Fellows were Eyer known to evince on a Drill hey returned to the blood in contest Bui in is not my Inte Liun of real what i have already writ ten. At one time during the fight we returned Tomary i Over the pro uni on which was Maile our first f and in is Ter these ears of and pole of so was Tio Avii pose of Chance Stead of acting inde Len Danily w under an Iron constraint forcing act adversely to do own and to commit Erojo with Ovir by to the nature of the sin. Cd it i gentle Mif Talie we Are Nalii rally Ere go deeply our own selves Ader which. The conduct of our lives native Ana ind you arc the obey is Steepl and that wha comment blew in relative to of cies of Conte ves and othe selves but we a Jan plan Ted in the fact we assure to served it aur people Are 1 fount who care nothing yourself an As it out. The bout any of than we. Chose to play the agree for like us a contemplation of t self Condo Lii a self apply there Are very few than la passing thai Are in some Way b he nearest on altogether Udog and More 1 interest i is Wise our own your own conscience Aid not for Elting yourself to who Ever get unless und up in oui then dear Reader to jog Long a it Culiner doing right accor s of of interested we do and to in feel As if us often to Ono of right wide open a mistake d in and Dearest e this Epe to ourself the interest 1 of re Are Many i us further ble to them have e mainly Abi Robed in the ii self Ami Riband solely to self Independent gain applause that obtained by your honest Virti self Reliance. Satisfy your inv lease the your own conduct and character for shape your instead of fuming to is unless pus1, upright Ard Monitor first All Elie is Gazette. Charge we there Lay the mangled bodies of our fallen comrades end although animated by the excitement of the fierce contest just passed and the knowledge that that contest was just Heij to be renewed yet i think Here Rae no l a heart among us which did not a prior enl cease to beat on behold ing that horrible scene. Bit for his Straw hat and a Olbort articles of clothing which the ruffians had left on him i should have failed to recognise the body of Young Eggles ton. He was shot Slabbed end otherwise abused. This was indeed the Fate of All whom i saw. Lieut. Moore and a Man named Couch of our Corpany were Only peons whose bodies 1 easily Reco Iii i d. After the Battle i Rode Over the whole Field. Parties were engaged in burying the dead but there were still hundreds of Bod ies lying stiff and cold with no covering save the scanty remnant of clothing which the robbers of the dead found too value less to take from them. I saw the human body pierced in everyplace. I Law expressed in the faces of the dead almost every passion and feeling some seemed to have died sex crating their enemies and cursing them with their last breath others had the most Placid a my resigned some appeared to have died defending their lives bravely to the last while others evidently used their last words supplicating for mercy. Here Lay youth and mature re posing in untimely death. On from this part of the bloody ground i went Over to the Plain literally covered with the dead bodies of those who had no recently been our foes. This scene was horrible enough god knows but was divested of some of its horrors by the fact that not one of the mexican Tolkien was either robbed or stripped of his clothing nor was there the least appearance of the bodies having been abused after this indeed Speaks much for the Barba Rous volunteers of the United states the a the mexicans Sty i a us. Among the hundreds of dead whom i saw there i was ranch touched by appear Ance of the Corpse of a mexican boy whose age i in outta think could not have exceeded 15 years. A Bullet had struck him full through the breast and must have occasioned instant death he was lying on his Back face slightly inclined to one Side and although cold yet beaming with Bright and. Sunny the City of Vera Cruz. As our readers Are probably desirous of knowing says the new Orleans Delta some thing about the City and Castle which have just been surrendered to our Gallant army we have compiled the following sketch in t he accuracy of which we have entire Confidence the City of Vera Cruz is situated in lat. 19 Deg. 11 min. Sec. N., Long. 19 min. A of Washington. The period of its foun Dation although known to be in the 16th Century cannot be determined with exact accuracy. It is supposed of have Beer established about the year 1560 shortly previous to the abandonment of the Cinda de la an tigua Vera Cruz situated on the River anti Gua by the count Monterey Viceroy of new Spain. It became the capital of the depart ment or i tendency of Vera Cruz which now forms ire state of the seme name in the year 1600, and was the sole commercial cily of any importance while new Spain was a Colony of Spain and is the principal com Merciol City of the present Republic of Mexico. The population of the City which contains about 1063 houses amounted in 1804, to souls which according to Don Ramon Caray was reduced in 1831 to Anc which is now probably less than la is surrounded by a Stone Wall of inconsiderable height and thickness which measures in circumference castillian varas and which has nine bastions calculated to sup port 100 gun s of different calibre. Of these bastions that of St. Jago on the South a Najj of Conception on the North both facing the in Sale of san Juan de Lullua arc the Strong est and protect the ingress to the Harbor the cily has a Cathedral to which Are attached two chapels called de la Del Loreto and four Francis can dominican Augustin Anil mend Cap friars. There is likewise the i Convent Ojo is sperm Saenz kind for purpose s of education which is How Ever in a most dilapidated condition. It a moreover three Mii Itai called san Carlos one Charity Lisp dial for males san Sebastian and one for Fema i Lervelo. The principal Plaza the South of which exhibits the w Nile la East is occupied government which the mexicans dignify by ii la and is surrounded on the North o West by the City is is lulled in an arid Plain which the which Olow great violence from the of october the month of april of each Yea lorm i shifting san is into numberless Hillocks ing from fifteen to forty feet in Yghi acid which con Labute by the Furd for the reflection of the Sun to or cur la climate intolerably hot during tar Sunie. In front of Thi cily at the distance to about 1100 castillian varas expends a Cor. Reef which has gradually Elva car a Over the level of the Ocener. Whieh1. Visit fid by Don Juan de Ori Jiu. An my the year 1518, and called a Hie Isia Oft Jioia. On this Island the 1 wards erected at an expense boo 0 the famous Castle of san a Rampart against foreign invasion As well1 foreign curiosity. This celebrated fortress. Whose batteries held at one Lime 177 go luit Burner. Of the to the legislature Are occasionally the Ofa joke probably from their in at Ibe table of one our hotels on Street one of he Wisdom who was in the habit of ask those around him instead of the waiter o wait on him oni Jay asked Mac the gentleman opposite can you reach them Perl aters sir Mac file Dej Bra Arm toward the dish Anil satisfied Iii self Bitt he could reach the per and will Byju Slick my Fork Mlo one of asked the rep 0, Gerlai Elyj said Mac. As he took the Foik carefully stabbing it into the potato where he left it at this rep was somewhat vexed and asked rather tartly will you pass my Fork a Fork sir taking hold of the Fork he Drew it from Ibe i pot Aloe and passed it Back to the rep. Whose nerves seethed not a Little shocked. Waiter i say the rep., will Yoju pass me a Partaker i re been Irvin for a Balf an hour to gel one and if you Don l pass pm along purty sane i la vacate my Seel report your conduct to my insulted Boston paper. A Goon had a Bright lil the fellow on the stand to assist him in the said the do you think i could put the Twenty tent pieces which that lady holds Coal said boy conf ideally. 11 think i know y6u said the Little fellow with great firmness. A by not 1 cause the pockets is All Lorn oat i . Mother Van not to know if. Ion wont Loieri her your pre Servia g How she wants 10 preserve u7e would with Pledgure boy but the truth is the last time we loaned it to Yoor Mother Erie preserved it so effectually thai we have in Weil you need t he so about your old Guela it was full of holes when we borrowed and Mil her Wou lil it Trou bled Yon again Only we seed you bring Home anew one. I _., traveler about starting in the cars on the Providence Railroad the other banded out a Dollar Bill to pay Bis fare. The individual who took it thrust a a and five Dollar Bill together with a lot of Silver change into the traveler s hands just As the Weie starting. Halloc Miller Here s a mistake jus Stop Ion to rectify it in i n o in ? your own fan t ? Tir to rectify Mickity Asma of various calibre has now been capt for the fourth Lime Simca i i it was captured for the first tune by sur on the 14th sell Ember by the p Juan Aquinas Acle who shortly expelled by Don Francisco us l with the Aid of a Fleet composed of Vici three vessels. This happened when Martin Henriquez was Viceroy of Mexic the second capture was also made by a ate named lore cello occurred in the n Between the 17th and 18tb of May and was fir More disastrous in its c quenches. Lor encillo after he had Mas Che Citadel sucked the City of Vera Odi after having remained in peaceful to Sion of both for the. Space of nearly weeks departed with hit plunder third capture was effected by Admiral b and i s too mention. Well known to require fun singular if a gentleman passing along fifth Street he pass place where some boys were playing map ont of Tern in shooting his Marble cd to put it under the gentleman s foot gentleman slipped and stumbled again lady also passing precipitating her with self upon a Large hog who was exam the Gutter geologically for debris. The frightened out of its propriety bolted off run Between tha legs of another gentle who a tailing Drew the tiring Ofa Kite Edir i 93, be red us is to he in As a is. Or he a m my of and an Obi v f r , Vav s Mai i ran old Dutrh iritis Orr. A to Iron up Nir sri ran on of his shop to know the Ai i Iron a in his i Val s a mailer1" i there s a Man replied a by clan Der. Of Meh Dat All said our evidently in Clat Al Shoost a Man Hii. , i Iho t it a fight a Coop Pru Virr. Following of incise and approx Rule player was once offers j a tji Oldgi suture by a French Chap lain of Lor bless de and Ribeir ser vants of representatives. May Day Maks Laws for Ile per Els and not for amen snoring has been remarked that no person of cud disposition and steady hib its Ever tormented la Weir fellow lodgers by snoring when the act of snoring consists of the spontaneous escape of those malignant feelings which the author had not time nor Opportunity to vent while awake. Cheap a Demist was lately making a speech in one of the Interior coun ties. What do you ask for pulling a tooth exclaimed a fellow in the crowd. I will pull your tools for a shilling and your nose for half the replied Ibe speaker. In giving geography lessons a school master Down East asked a boy. What stale do you live in to which the boy crawled out through Bis nose in reply a slate of sin and it is a remarkable fact that while there afe members of almost every other Craft and profession in the Lunatic Asylum Black Ive is Island there is not a Printer to be found amongst them. An Exchange paper has ibis men two Wai we hopi Tury May gel in

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