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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 7, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIn fifty cents per is f postage fifty cents deducted and for a a actually ipad and a tit Are the option of the Jedi tar. Ate not exceeding twelve Linos o be Delfar and fyr fivery sub of of cents. Notice of hot in insert Cal of seventy-five1 of three insertions the. Amount to yearly . To wows Attr capote vol. 3t. Wellsboro wednesday May 7, 1845. Whole Avo. 351. The Ilowit Dii Tinck. Is hereby Boh pleas general Quarter ses Ireace and a Orilie county of beheld House in on. J o clock in the Day iwo weeks Whipert the f the peace and constables within will take notice be then in their proper with their inquisitions examinations Mem Himics. To those Whictt-1 i to be done Otto it jurors Anil witnesses Are also to in the Ami. Attend said court and not. De Given under my hand and beat Jav Wellsboro this ssh Day of april d., one thousand eight bundred. Jail forty five. Jos. W. Guernsey. Sheriff. Feits notice. I Orice ii hereby Given to. All persons hat lycian Wetmore and of of Andrew Wetmore usie Tineil and filed in the Regis in Ami Tor Tioga county his a upon the estate of the said dec ear the account will be presented orphans court Lor be on monday tha 19th Day of May the court House in the Bor Zotigh of of Ciboro Luman Wilson item Stet s office 10. 1815. Hub Bertt fore existing be in fun 5. Fluid Man and j. J it the firm of. Thomas Johnson dissolved inn trial consent. All so of accounts Are in the Sisu j. C. Johnson Lor Eek vent. J. C. Johnson . Thomas ap23-3t. Jav. Maui let hat a Caudle indignant and Caudle i say of you can to be a sleep already i what i meant to say is this no use none at All in Oor having any Dis Nirba Nev about the matter last my mind is made up leave Yon. know All Yon been night or to Morrow morning i quit the House. No no an end of state i end of All Confidence Between Man and a husband a to have secrets and keep Emall to himself. Pretty secrets they must be when wife can f know Era. Not fit for any decent pers Ofa to know i m sure if that s the Case. Now Caulle Don t let us quarrel. There s a Good me what s it about a pack of nonsense i dare say that i care much about i should like to know. There s a a. He of Don t Tell me there s no no in it i know better. I m not a fool or. Caudle i know there s a Good Deal in it. Now Caudle just Tell me a Little bit of it. I m sure i Tell you anything. You know i would. Well Candle you re enough to vex a Saint now Don t you think you re going to sleep because you re not. Do you suppose i Ever suffered you to go and be made a i did t suppose i was to know the secret too not that it s anything to know i dare say Anil that s Why i m determined to know it. But i know what it is of yes there can be no doubt. The secret is to ill use poor women to tyrannies Over pm to make pm your slaves especially your wives. It Mast be some Bingo the sort or you would t be ashamed to have it known. What s right arid proper never need be done in secret. It s an insult to a woman for a Man to be a free Mason ant let his wife know nothing of it but poor soul she s sure to know it some Nice husbands All make. Yes think better is hereby Sivan to nil indebted Jackson. Dec d., late of fan Lown slip Tioga co pa., Are hereby re Luma c Ammeil Ute payment one Al Uio c against Waitt tinle arc Tai uie same duty according i or. Lor Ashley admin suitor. April y applicant sort has been court Oll Lommori of Niy by Elijah Clark s. To Grant a charter of incorporation Rrt irions put oies to themselves their As and successors under the name and Iliff first methodist episcopal Church irff.-" and that if no sufficient reasons Ito into Ihn contrary will decree that they Anil lie a corporation or body politic . Donaldson april 21, 18 15. P. Damon attorney at Tioga co., pa., jets professional services to the Public. Ill cases litigated in the common pleas Sopiene Conn John w. Maynard will be i a Jwied him is counsel. A sept. 25, 1s44. Of. Wilson for counsellor relations enough Yon Don t want any More. But i know what All this about. T s Only an excuse to getaway fro your no Frei and families that you May feast and rink together that s Alt. That s the secret and nothing else. Now Candle Don t let us quarrel. Know you re in pain. Still Candle my Ove Caudle Dearest i say Caudle i recollect nothing says Caudle for Here thank Providence i fell romantic incident in politics. A correspondent of the Washington con Tito Ion relates following touching and Omar Itic incident which occurred in washing on recently few Days ago while the dense crowd of office seekers was besiege big he door of one of the secretaries a pensive Emale Clad in deep mourning in attend and apparently unnoticed was observed by a gentleman who had called to see the head o he department by appointment. An array of generals colonels members of Congress All anxiously waiting in the language of the immortal miss Edgeworth to see the great Man s countenance hoping the Sunshine dreading the Cloudy in order to drive f. Alien to All Calls in the line of his profession. The Avenue by l. P. Willis on Esq. 8, 1845. A 9-3m. Kit nor a Uilk can be found by the Pound following butter vinegar pork Mackerel flour Maple sugar Ife fac Superior Quality for Sale at Graves. Rain Grain i subscriber has on hand at his store Alai Raiburg Sullivan s be Cork Oats 4-0., also Tot geese wih be sold cheap for Gash. John Fox. April 15. 1845. And Timothy seed apples for Sale at Sale at this office. Yes u part of the secret is to of All the than their own wives and families. I m sure men have quite enough to Core for that is if they act properly to care for Thi in they have a Home. The can t have much to spare for the world be ids. And i suppose they Call you Brot foe Caudle a pretty brother indeed Goin and dressing yourself up in an apron like a Turnpike Man for that s what you look like. And i should like to know but the apron s for Tuere must be something in it not very respectable i m sure. Well i Only wish i was Queen for a Day or two. I put an end to free masonry and All such Trumper i know. Now come Caudle Don t let s quarrel. He you re not in pain dear what s it All about.? we aware you lying laughing to Bare at but i m a fool to trouble my head about you. And you re not going to let me know the secret he you mean to say you re not now Caudle you know it s a hard matter to put me in a passion not that i care about the secret itself no i would t give a but ton to know it for it s All nonsense i m sure it in t the secret i care about it s the slight or. Caudle it s the studied insult a Man pays to his wife when he thinks of go ing through the world keeping something to himself which he won t let her know. Man and wife one indeed i should like to know Bow that can be when a Man s a Mason when he keeps a secret that sets him and his wife apart a you men make the Law and to you took Good care to have All the Best f Era to yourselves otherwise a woman ugh to be allowed a divorce when a Man a comes a Mason. When he s got a sort of Orner cupboard in his heart a secret place n Bis mind that his poor wife in t allow a to rummage Caudle you Shan t close your eyes for a Rno you Shan t unless you Tell me some of it. Come there s a Good creature Here s a love. I m sure Caudle 1 would t refuse you anything and you know it or ought to know it by this time. I Only wish had. A secret to whom should i think o confiding it but to my dear husband 1 should be miserable to keep it to myself and Yoa not know it. Now Caudle was there Ever such a Man a . Deed a brute , or. Caudle an Uri feeling brutish creature when you might oblige you won t. I m sure i Don object to your being a reason not at. Caudle i dare say it s a very Good thing dare say it it s Only your making a Secre of it that vexes. Me. But you la Tell me you if fell own Margaret Yon won t Yott Reni. Wretch or. Caudle. i -.qh, yes i can the fact you re ashamed to let me know making of that Jip it. You at your time of life the away the Borders of that critical moment one Tuaimeh a tune another looked at Bis watch while a third remarked he is late getting to his office i want to see him but a few i at length one of the self complacent seekers with More impertinent curiosity than generous sympathy or refinement passed near the quiet lady As she sat far Back in the Well Madam i suppose you wish to see the Secre she unaffected meekness and a subdued tone that she had waited All the Day before in vain and had then almost despaired of seeing him at the Noble hearted gentleman to whom i have alluded caught Tbs words As they fell from her qui vering lips and noted them Down in his me Mory. He had not syllable with the unfriendly lady nor Ever saw her before. The Secretary soon arrived and observing colonel a s card on his table with scores of others be directed the messenger to invite him in immediately. When the special conversation ended col. C. Remarked now my dear sir i have a favor to ask at your hands. There is a lady in the anteroom awaiting your pleasure to see her. I have no idea who she is or what induces her to Call opon Yon but he is in mourning and such sat pm Virit. Notes insolvent Bonds. I Hope you will allow me to conduct her to certainly responded the Secretary. The colonel passed out through the regiment of besiegers and in their hear ing addressed her thus Madam i have procured for you an interview with these she burst into tears and was con ducted by her unknown escort to the Setje Ary who received her with marked Courtesy and kindness. She acquainted birr briefly Ith the nature of her business and obtained hat she sought without the slightest diff Boon on which the support of a help is family depended. Her tears became the ears of Joy upon taking leave of the patriotic Secretary and her strangers Friend breath this May such Good Ness twas All she All she had to give. I envy the feelings of pure Delight and Hap iness which must have thrilled the bosom f her heaven directed Benefactor who doubtless had been taught to feel another s such Noble traits of character would new Lustre to the Imperial diadem and embellish the Virtues of the highest dignitary f the Republic. Reader that kind hearted. Secretary was Robert j. Walker and the widow s escort was his Early and enthusiastic Friend John i1. H. Claiborne formerly of Mississippi now of new Orleans. The beggar and banker. A Stout for the mint. Out of Fly said a rough voice under one Day As i sat musing Over the bustling scenes below me at my lodgings. Your Honor will please to recon replied a Sharp but somewhat Indig Nant vill please to re collect trial i beggar and have As much right to the Road and i a was retorted still More gruffly find angrily. Amused at this strange dialogue leaned Over the Case and beheld two citizens in the position which a pugilist would Deno Minate squared their countenances somewhat menacing and their persons presenting a coi Trast at once ludicrous and the one was a purse lordly mannered Man apparently in silk and protecting a carcass of nearly the circumference of a hogs head a ragged and dirty but equally impudent and self important personage and from a comparison of their countenances it would have puzzled the most profound m. D. Which of Rotundi ties was stored habitually with Good victuals or drink. Upon a close observation however of the countenance of the i discovered Al most As soon As my Eye fell upon it a line be speaking something of humor awaken ing curiosity As he stood fixed and eyed his antagonist and this became More Clear and conspicuous when he lowered his tone and will you make right appear said the b Eggar Why listen a moment and i la teach you. In the first place Yon take notice god has Given me a soul and body just As Good for All the purposes of thinking eating and drinking and taking my pleasure As lie has then Yon May remember. Dives and Lazarus As we pass. Then again it is a free country and Here too we Are on an you must know that Here even a beggar s dog May look a gentle the face with As much indifference As be would a brother. I and you have the same common master Are equally free live equally easy and both travelling the same journey bound to the same place and both have to die and be buried in the end. Interrupted the banker you pre tend there is no difference Between a beggar and a banker not in the least As to essentials. You swagger and drink wine in company of your own swagger and drink Beer which i like better than your v be in company which i like better than Jour company. You make thousands conscience As an Organ of punishment. By prof Estoil Fusee. A Day you Are contented i All father of a family. I should be ashamed o myself and i , Youj la be you every night indeed i g it darewy.b1 you. Other butt i Brethren l be where we Are equally Happy at night. You dress in new clothes i am just As comfortable in old ones and have not trouble in keeping them from soiling if i have property than you i have less to care about if fewer friends i have less Friendship to lose and if i not Mclake As great a figure in the world i make As great a Shadow on the pave am As great As you. Besides my word for it i have fewer enemies a feet with fewer losses carry As Light a heart and sin g a s Many songs As the Best of and said the banker bad All along tried to slip a word in Edge ways is the contempt of the would the envy of the world is As bad As its have perhaps the one and i have a share of the other. We matched Here too. And besides deals in this matter equally unjust with us both. You and i live by our wits instead of living by our Industry and the Only difference be tween us in this particular Worth named is that it costs society More to maintain you than it does am Content with a Little you want a great Deal. Neither of us raise Grain or potatoes or weave Manu thing useful we therefore add no thing to the common Stock we Are Only con Sumers and if the world judge with strict impartiality therefore it seems to me i would be pronounced the Cleverest How rarely men take the Only sure Way to escape self reproach and real integrity of heart sincere obedience to the commands of heaven in All things would not Only shield the soul from the stings of remorse but fill it with enduring peace and Joy. And yet no observer of human life is ignorant of the Ever varying devices and plans which Are formed to prevent the condemning sentence of conscience or to soften a Kwh her reproof. With what fallacious reasoning is the understanding often duped what frivolous pretexts does the judgment frequently admit As adequate excuses How promptly is memory summoned to recount every Pallia Ting circumstance in abatement of guilt and How strangely is memory also sometimes paralysed so As to commit to Tern Horary oblivion the aggravations of wrong with what amazing Fertility will imagination bring Forth specious self justification by glowing pictures of human frailty and dependence the Resistless Force o temptation1, or other partial and distorted re presentations of fact or fabrications of false Hood if half the ability and ingenuity often wasted in efforts to set aside the condemning verdict of conscience after Wron has been done were employed in seeking of truth and pursuing the path of duty the mind instead of having Only the imperfect Calm of a stifled conscience or the Treacher Ous guidance of a perverted conscience would find that peace which is like a River an that Joy which is like the overflowing Stream Here As in other things the Way of transgressors is they toil much mor to secure from conscience a Mere silence while they continue estranged from duty than would be needful to obtain a positive and Sweet approval by walking in the Way of wis Dom. And after All the silence if it is Ever effected is but temporary. Conscience can not be Long stifled or cheated out of its prerogative. She May be flattered or bribed or deceived perhaps for the present moment but no Man can bind her in a covenant for the future. She May sleep to Day but can give no guaranty that she will sleep to mor Row. She is the servant of the almighty and is fully commissioned As his minister of vengeance to inflict upon the transgressor the pangs of self reproach and remorse. It is True no eloquence no human Power can with absolute certainty Call Forth her terrible utterances in the soul of Man but it is equally True that no human Power can Binder those utterances when god bids her condemn. How agonizing the infliction thus some times brought upon the soul through con science As the Orga it of punishment after continued self justification effected by self deceit or after protracted slumbers of con science under the engrossing pleasures of sense or the equally engrossing Tares of business the work of conviction unexpectedly begins. Conscience stripping the heart of its Dis guises pours in the evidence of guilt As with a Blaze of sunbeams flashes condemnation As with darts of lightning and lets Loose All the terrors of remorse like tempest floods of desolation. What suffering what punish can equal this who will Here speak of the cutest pains of bodily la even of the agony of gradual burning in the flames these Are but faint emblems of the readings the gnawing of the wounded spirit. The spirit of a Man will sustain his infirmities but a wounded spirit who can Bear be Wise now lest thou mourn at the last and have i hated instruction and my heart despised the education of How suggestive it the we year of Bini Bills of abuse keeping. It. Is fearful to effect Bow Many persons Rush into Matriano in totally unprepared for the awful change Bat awaits them. A Man May take a wife t Twenty one before he knows the difference let Ween a Chip and leghorn we would Voimore Grant a marriage License to any body imply because he is of age nah a License n that ground to practice an Apo Theca y. Husbands to be educated we Puld like to Nave the following Auest on it and inexperienced persons about am you aware sir of the Price of coals and candles a you know which is More economical he Ai Tobbone or the round How far Young Mau will a Mutton of in a Small family How much dearer now is Silver than or Tannia Flease to give the average Price of a four Pouster declare if you can rash per chem settes cardinals bonnets veils ribbons , huffs and collars would probably come to in lumps if unable to answer these Inq Thiea we would say to him Back to he that would be a husband should also air Dergo a training physical and moral he should be further examined thus can Yon read or write amid the yells of a Nursery t can you wait any Given ume for break fast can you maintain your serenity during a washing Day can you Cut your old friends can you stand being Contra ducted in face of All reason can you keep your temper when you Are not listened to can you what you Are told to without being told Why in a Young have you the patience of Job if you can Lay your hand upon your heart and answer take your License and marry not punch. How to make Money. Among the various Means of attaining Sud Den wealth in this country the discovery of a popular Patent Medicine has often proved singularly successful. A letter from new York published in the Charleston courier cites various examples in Point Brandreth with his pills has risen from a poor Man to be a Man of extensive Fortune. He has now at sing sing a three Story factory for grinding his medicines. Aloes Are carted into it. By tha whole cargoes Are despatched to every part of the Union and Down every body s Throat. He has expended thirty five Fiou Init dollars in a single year for advertising Comstock began with nothing Bui by crowding his Patent medi Cines has been Able to Purchase one of the first houses in Union place and gives magnificent soirees suppers Fao fat adding the bitters to the pills run up a handsome Fortune of nearly Sherman taking the. Lozenge line Enier ged from Bis Little shop in Wattan Street info a buyer of lots and clauses by a resale. I need not mention Swaim of Philadelphia who by pouring his Parja Cea into people s stomachs can afford to a single Pearl head band for by daughter7 Worth prove that we. Are a Pih eating and bitter drinking peo ple t your literary Man will starve in his we file your Pill maker will emerge a Flora Garret into1 a Palace some passers by Here interrupted the conversation. The disputants separated apparently Good friends and i Drew in my head ejaculating somewhat in the manner of Alex Ander in the there then no differ ence Between the beggar and the but several years have since passed and now both these persons have paid to of last debt of nature. They died As they lived the one a beggar and the other a banker. I examined both their Graves when i next visited their City. They were of a similar length and grass grew equally Green above each and the Sun looked Down As pleasantly on one As on the other. No honors pleasures or delights clustered grave of the Rich Man. They were both equally deserted lonely and forgotten k i thought too of the Destinie to which they bad passed of that state in which temporal distinctions exists not temporal honors Are regarded not. Where in and All the circumstances which surrounded this life never find admittance., then distinctions of time appeared indeed at an atom in the Sun beam compared with Thoie which Are made that changeless state to which they both had passed. Id a London paper notices in general terms a new and important invention recently made whereby the use of fire a1 and steam in working Anil propelling All kinds of machinery is to be superseded. The journal says the fundamental principle on which the new engine is founded is precisely Sirn Larto i Strong game. Our Friend major. Oudesluys returned to the City yesterday from a Teiji to the Dortht Ern part of Alabama and West Tennessee we understand that he enjoyed himself by. he Carne into the office yesterday morning we observed that he was a Little out of sorts and asked him what i As the matter. I am Tayir a to said the major where i shall raise some Money asked redid you coma Home without Money was the reply. You see i undertook to play what they called a a Small game of poker on an Alabama River Steamboat ind i Ilion t have very Good i did you lose i was How was that Why you see it so other players held better hands than i my knowledge of the game was somewhat to Miter but after they had explained to me the value of the different hands i concluded i would get along with tolerable safety. First i held two Taiji but somebody held two Lar Ger Cost me then i held three Queens but somebody else held three Kings that Cost Rue Twenty at last i got but another gentleman had four Cost forty dollars. Finally i had pm sure i held four aces. The betting was brisk and at last i slapped up my Jettre of course you won that time no to did Abat Yon think one Man showed against me Havn t the least he just turned Over sevens of Spades and raked Down the Money but that was t fair Why not How could there be five sevens of Spades in one that s True i did not think of it s too late deep sigh the simple hearted major left our office in search of somebody who would Aid him in raising the City. Poetry is. Truth. Somebody in the London forget me not thus Poe Tizes of were i a Swan on the Blue Bosomed Lake or a Squirrel in Greenwood Sweet pastime to from the Durance of Walls in Voul set myself free from Tus lattice to to which a Wisconsin editor thus that of the Hydraulic press the Power of which every one knows can Only be limited by the strength of the materials of which it is made. But what has rendered the Power of the Hydraulic press inapplicable to the production of motive that just in pro portion As the Power is gained Speed is lost and View versa. In the present invention unlimited Power is gained without the loss of Speed the Piston of the Large Cylinder travelling at each stroke with the Power gained just the same distance As the listen of the lesser Cylinder. This Power and this Speed which Are in reverse Ratia of each other appear by this most important invention however paradoxical actually combined belongs to the on Jck the razor City. Many Philadelphia Batch to Man and now n to though you re swis on the Bluet Boson Lake nor a Squir retin fee Wood Sweet pastime 16 take the reflection May surely some hat at least you re a very resp Clabe t it you take a newspaper be what one 7" take Why i take All i can a my hands on old lady up in Vermont was once by Young Clergyman to what religious denomination she belonged. Don t1 said jibe aaa1 care anything about your my part i hold on to the old meeting bouse7 or. Polk it seems is not Only president but he is also a wit. Sex mayor a forts of new York the courier has it Bas cd tired by Deo Tittl mansion the nickname a Multi caught Tom the president the of a formal Long other Day while a Monitor was hearing a boy tis lesson the following passage occurred the wages of sin is death Monitor pm Hong to get the Rord by Tinq asked what does your fatter get on saturday night the boy answered Lew Paperi Ine spa ferr
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