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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 8, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI x in any other puce of what find of As a Veir productions to the Lay be made to the numbers lately would take up All the names. Mrs. Ilid still occupy Tiff they did in a former it our 0 the Public some of Sions of mrs. Vigour inthe work which Ich satisfaction the plates of fashion will Icse Are engraved and Lor manner and a for the lady s Book. Traits most celebrated be of our country of the work. Per annul the 1 to be received be is sent. Two copies for cooking branches. By miss with improvements entry receipts. R i c e s i lost Complete manual has yet been pub process of pre paring and pastry aty the Nave a delighted our plates brains Are Here Laid in chooses to pry is cry housewife who i this provide Lof delicacies e have been though through the skill sat. News. A for housekeepers. Information connected t of House Ife Book Whick Middle place the Kiichel is theslie whose delightful enriched the elegant country this volume of cooking preparing whole list of eatables., the Apple. The Boos. E Mecum for the House should think would be the soundness of its cd and the simplicity of a. S. Gazette. Rice eap Beautiful orm editions. Sin Fifon s works works of miss l. E. Tioga wednesday May of 1839. The i published weekly by j. P. Mj1gill. On main St 1st door Birve the court House it train Price s3. Us tews novels. Rice s3. Novels r i i prick s53. T i s n o v e l s White 53. K Wick papers. The same Price As the is of the novels ont Avns nearly fifty Illus porn Titt. Shag the Aboye Worts Tice that any Tavvo of them the rtmitumci1 of a five postage paid. In All costs be positively received irks Arr sent. Of the lady s Book rail the attention of his various other Public t of fiem by ladies. Neiot first a work on me of inc editors miss has paused a s i still in the Grear Jarufe cities. It Able a taxi diary to House j out of the Post postage on them is re it is time and spa to write with fhe Vance of the above to be addressed to Louisa. Godey lit oms 2h Chesnut Otice. 3. Born co. Welkburo1 mar. 13m and harness Nufa Etory. The Tioga Eagle is published every wednesday m the Borough of co. A. The subscription Prico is a year if paid in Advance or it not paid till the expiration of the year. I making not More than a the same pro thine sip lines will be he Tri Fredasa a june and Thor Nui lint six Hnein or Lew three seventy five cents and 183-1 cents for every timer after. The charge fur one or three inner Tibia the same. Liberal to those who advertise by the year. No subscript it received for a Shorter period six months Lor Ivill any paper he discontinued until All arrears is Are at the option of Thi publisher. Letters relative to the business of the office and communications for the paper must be Post pa10, or they will not attended to. Poetical. J i keep the Saddle iss business or Tang m no e various breaches one Toie. J. L. Posk. In bib offer for at their Rioga Village 100 barrels d mess in the at 26 dollars per Barre Tor a. C j. S. Bush from us to if graph. My Mother. My Mother How sacred name awakens in my bosom s Core. Visions of Bliss i once could claim but which i now Oftay no More Bliss Surh As Markov my childhood s years when wrapped in embrace a jew Tio cares nor Hopes nor i ars beyond that holy re Stag place. Mother site those Blest jobs i knew How Many changes time has Wrout Trot. On All that met my club Hod s View or occupied my childhood s How Many wandering Steps. I be How Many anxious fears How often Mirn d o or Hopes d How often smiled o or bibs yet though i be wandered far and 1-Lave quaffed of pleasure s Rosy bowl have launched upon ambition s tide and yielded to its wild control still from the fondest brightest dream that life Vul Hope can j u id to me does memory with its magic gleam glance . To childhood s the. F i see thee As when by thy Side i knit in infant hours of peace and Tward thy prayer that Ileal a would guide my fijo Steps or life s for that he who dried the widow s tears would fondly guard the Idow Sony and through the lapse of future years protect sustain preserve the boy. J my Young heart knew not Thirn in much1 would be its need in after tune of the strength d a irom Hie touch of dark temptation and of crime to save it. Bui i since i carom enough of life s bewildering to bless the Power which kindly turn a and listen d to my Mother s prayer. Mother the prayers addressed by thee fill d of thy love have been a uhf run to me to Guird and and my alien bending o Ertly Tomb thy son affection s tribute Faith Breaks triumphant through the Gloo a and Sheds abroad its heavenly i it whispers that the said ital soul from us High Home be holds me and that Oliy love will yet control Correct and guide my wayward will that at the mercy seat thy prayer will for thy earthly loved , until the Ransom d meets the there his praises with thine own to blend. S. D p. Philadelphia 1839. Abraham Charles of Tazewell county Missouri advertises that David St. A Uve realists preacher has run away with my wife Jemima the Ruaix must be mistaken. It was Jemima that ran away with the minister and not the Mims Tor that ran away with Jemima. No minister would Ever be silly enough if he were wicked enough away with Mother Man s Jemima although he might be disposed la run away from his own. A Man might he pleased and amused Ito Ith ther of a dancing Bear but would novel even junk of Runmin away with the of meal yet How More sensible a Freak would this be than for him to run away with Afi old a Mcoid hand Jemima when there Are 30 Many Burg and Blooming Jemima that he might have Hig Choice from without cling to the fuss Ana trouble of stealing Trani. For the Tioga Eagle. I Ellen Tyl Oore. A sketch. We must never meet said Charles the hand of his betrothed and looking into Ler face with a or maudlin look of enquiry. Never never and he tear started into the Eye of Elen Moore As she gazed on Ahe half Stupi fied yet agonized countenance of Ier Lover. And thought they had Bevertt j never she repeated an in vye can never meet As have Charles her hand in silence. There was deep emotion imprinted on his countenance yet he ski orc it not.1 deeply did he love .31 Len Moro. In childhood they had strolled tog Thor in the Fields Adcul cd the so feet scented Herb and chafed the Roth Camii j Butterfly As from Flower to Flower befitted and kill eluded their Active pin mint. They had up into youth Grid silently Nul had love intent Wiick their hearts nil the i Asit Werc a part of each other s existence Nul Ellen had cast her guileless u on the altar of love and 111 the Bol Nicaj of her affection had plighted her troth to Charles. Hera slice first her Only her last love and As Hho thought of this meeting this hour which sever her from one whom she had Cher i had from her childhood up As a Nart of herself and loved with a Devo Ion lunch none but woman can know she wept. In the silence of her claimer Iii the deep witches of the night when All was. Save the music of the spheres except to the ear of Poesy she Sank upon her Knees by her bedside paved that in Fth not be tint the Chait of her Lover be from the evil of in Temperance and Eja sibling and tha he might be Whit he had once Beci Noble hearted and innocent youth. Charles Moodie a Noble hearted been or l Ninf gathered around him Ere he left Clief to her eyes. Make in their behalf. That a Ellen retired to her Cham said or. Moo a. Raising his or. Fisher strongly resisted the her and throwing herself upon her eyes from the Book which he Hac been of the defendants to have and Pillow wept for could not Reading in a Corner of the room i p affidavits presented until they should pray1 then. I the Story s finished. Give us have been submitted to the private Charles Moodie had lost his All. A your had bless you inspection the the deep melancholy settled upon his Bryl How you Are altered1. Elen reach me prosecution in order that they that interview and parting with my Reading makes might judge of their pertinence and Ellen. Hel ought not another a meeting my eyes water most relevancy the court promptly de sided against directed or. Barton to proceed Anc read the affidavits no with standing the decision of judge Bly or. Fisher resisted in his objections. That their ment having been abandoned his pre sent purpose yrs accomplished and if or. Fisher ha4 contented himself Nith simply stating Jit the prosecutors but gathering together All that remained of his sweets he disposed of them at Public Sale and paid off his then he called upon Ellen Bat his manner was deep sorrow i need not describe the wedding. I m. A e. Fell Borough May 1839. Was upon his countenance. He took third her hand put it to his lips and unconsciously a tear fell upon it. Ellen 3 cacs too were suffused. From the Keystone. Campaign of traitors. The evincing utmost perturbation which evidently shared in by or. Stevens messes. Stevens Borrowes and sat by his whisper aug in his is too were us Priscu. T i Rose who sought to overturn the gof ear and prompting his course. Said Moodie when Ern ment in december Ard perpetuate judge reiterating his decks met last you isaid must Patr Yogi the wicked reign against Joi directed or. Barton to proceed reproached Erie and justly too. I lave1 the decision of the a lot boxes appear and read the affidavits which he did As not bought to renew our Intercourse de in town last wee i to direct and Coli own and Only come now to bid you duct the prosecution against a few of Dauphin Connly Pear Farewell. Ellen Txie patriotic citizens who resisted and member of the House of miserable and deserve to be so. Pm defeat cd their treasonable Tive from the county of Philadelphia when i am far away among Star Gers or. Stevens took his seat and one of the defendants in Ihei Juliet will you remember me in my in in the bar of the court As dictator to the nent for riot and conspiracy found by Deavors to Reform will you Pray for Commonwealth counsel a and messes tie grand inquest of Dauphin county a i is a tvs a. Short at that Point he would have had nothing More to say., but As the Learned counsel had gone on to make an elaborate statement in reference to the affidavits which had been filed and read in the morning something of reply might not be considered superfly it did appear to him that predating the effect which in question might have opon rib in ests or standing or inquiring into me motives of those who pie pared them the Learned counsel would have better consulted vindicated his character by denying or been unaccountably to the gentleman silent. As to the yelping curs whom he had referred of origin and Loc nation he or Harrisburg a knew Truy for your happiness Charles again pressed Lier hand to assumed his part and made use of the his lips and in silence they parted. New tools which Tojay per does now As Ini december each Cile evening about the Middle of March made use of the d. 1839, he was in the room a sunned in a of or. Wilson s hotel the., Borough inti selves from of at which Rufous unmitigated disgrace. Years passed away. In the Solitude of her own Home was the Pat Tern of filial piety Humble poverty by Side the Couch of sickness she Scon. The smile on her countenance tile r victims were in their Power and me us o had settled Down into a Placid sedate they were about to reek their rent up and on Ness and though her step was not Jis verge auce those who had wait Light As of imply no one knew that she de heir Treasu in december Aid exx the t was not As Happy. Their Vilt lots to the i turning Itaf this her Pom and di4 she forget Charles in the Sweet Intercourse Cill her Lover. But Charles was a Gambler and need i say i be came a drunkard the fumes of the liquor were even now in his the glazed Eye and of Etc rom Tonguc told that he had just com c from lie Drunken revel of lift Boon companions to offer on the Alta r of love the disgusting incense of in Temperance. Again and again had Ellen shed1 Hor tears at his Feer and in the attitude of a suppliant prayed him to stay his course. By the Sweet re Mem of c Lih Hood by the deep love of Riper years by All that sacred in Friendship y All his Hopes of peace Here or of Jap press hereafter she had conjured him to desist. Asp and Agun had he vowed to her that he a could never a in meet his companions at the giving Tab a or taste the intoxicating bowl. Of. Strong Are the cords of vice How deep the slavery of evil Hibits on or hid he till Reform was substance was Well nigh wasted and on his countenance sat1 enshrined the Demon of in Temperance Ellen Moore would have i watched Over him in sickness till her wasted lorm my sunk into the would hive followed him into the deepest recesses of even to of Pris she have seen him As once he was and have known that no evil habit had cd lined him to his car for but now she had resolved to give him up. I must think not thit i Ilo not love you. Of that you knew Tow dear you i still me could you feel halt that i feel you would dash the howl from you and cease to debase yourself below the brute creation no Charles you must let me speak on tis i that i that am have i not loved in fondly deeply loved you in youth pledge you my haul devoted my heart and All my heart s Best affections to you and now Charles now when the Bright visions of Felicity and Domestic happiness were about to be re a used you have turned basely turned from me and Given your heart to the bottle part will go Down to the grave a beastly drunk Ard Anil Charles remember when y of hear that Ellen is dead that you have killed in Ere Charles could reply Ellen Flung herself from the Little Arbor where they had been sitting and on his hand and the shades of eve mitigated disgrace. E hit John Adams to her Esq. At thursday was the Day set for dial Gorncy at Law of the silo own Home was the Pai and on the morning Oft at Day tired the bar being piety. The cottage of. Robespierre Danton and scene to principal counsel to pros y blessed her be about the streets with Countegan the said ease and by whom As a co creamed Over with malice As if a cow hath been informed and be cues the Bill of indictment was pet motion and at and trial was postponed term of the court posed their vile plots to turning commenced a conversation Charles Moolic Golze of a justly incensed Public the the trial of the said which she a Cluj court House was crowded alien the tie approaching april term of heaven he Wate the first yemeni session commenced. All the lie tors a the course of which he re Market j did she Pray for if a satiap9, and scavengers of anti masonry among other things that the did she beseech with gloating looks for the Anis were a set of damned rebels in father that he Milit return again an and Job e purpose of seeing the to Al and Fie would pack an Antimas omd altered Man and that her Early dreams Congem nation of those rascally demo and he would be god damned might yet be Icah sed. I land at times rats when Hal nut. Down ederal a Supra a inf make them do As he he is ,.____to have upon Bis sensitiveness had been pre Paret exch sively by him without consultation with any person or per sons As to the expediency of so using the facts which those affidavits disco sed and tint if the gentleman had Augh of vengeance to vis it on the head of any one on i should it fall for he avowed Felt and held himself fully in Spon sible there and every where. But he repealed aught of Malignity or oilily to or. Fisher he declaimed. A sense of Justice Only had prompted him to the course which had been pursued and though not desirous of wounding the counsel s feelings he some an silent voice seemed saying you shall yet meet him in Joy and that. God the d u Tylij a full Lff of fits i l ,7 prevented the speaker of the should be convicted an and Senate from exercising the office of go sent to prison. These remarks wit it was Hope that a no arnder. Sci bore up her spirits and inspired All her thoughts. And Ellen Moore and other suitors. Vernof. Others of a similar character were1 the editors of the Chron repeated several times by or. Fisher icle and intelligencer were the a each a an Harry tone of voice and under and Ellen Moore and other suitors. Not Hook and pens to take influence of highly excited Many a one would have been proud to Down Ai account of the trial Aid bub deponent immediately r2 have taken Ellen to the altar but she Lush the disgrace of the a Quested the bar keeper christians All. Dam pained with a set Phillip Pic against to remember the names of the i cuff Friot give my hand where my democrats and All who oppose Federal Rei Tiem in present. Among Alienn were heart is said she to her Mother domination. This triumvirate seated Alderman John r. Walker of i y Reno flow was nuns intr her1 to re Tenn Job Latroa it to a counsel to. And r orbit or of the Herald ii uni j Are m m Jav us 1001, o n u i do not intend i to ban his of the the e graph never . T. Rodgers and William but Ellen you do not intend i to Nan 01 Usu u vim. I. My Foster this foolish love Charles one been More struck. Members of the from Bucks Moodie has Long ago forgotten court called on the Pun county and several others. And in to new a lipid. Or a More 4sel for the prosecution o proct i with do Anent said not. . Kijuu 1c ii in i if it j and i perhaps he is now dead or a More 4sel for the prosecution o beastly drunkard than Ever this else John a. Ther deponent said not. Sworn and subscribed before me in Calvin i other affidavits similar to the above u eau y u i u u in tit u i i pm v i y i a r years he has not been heard of ant. That they desired to have the Benefit of a open c0utt, this 18lh Day of april a still you persist in clinging to Ell full panel that a jury was now put and d 1639_ Lenardo not be williaii1 Znaj wished the Case to be de Kyed in Mirton and make hap1-, u it should in. I Reily spa i question from the court Greorge w., would William Morton Carton Esq. Remarked the defendants omit for want of room think my Foi offering him d broken would say nothing until called onto j _ heart and crushed affections he shall p Ead when they would announce the l afternoon session. Answer for Here he comes again to course which they intended to take. Life pc was about to resume to Fisher Rose and Sai liars Odd own to a a a be Only one As see he gave the gentleman full notice that he intended to Tave Good care that these affidavits Shou d be published to the world that the it Blic might pause and Ponder up on the motives which prompted the prosecution and Ttye extraordinary manner in which it had been carried on. T or. Fisher had spoken Inguard had. In a paroxysm of Candor revealed the truth and there were not wanting an abundance of pcs to confirm it. Nothing had been spared to affect the Public in Flam Story appeals to prejudice a Dubeen published under the signatures of Imen were bout Al Over to testify i n be half of the prosecution filled with scan and perverted details of the occurrence at the of government in december which had been circulated most must Iausly in the presses of the very county the Trtol to be had1 sifter the finding too. Of die Bill of indictment. The very Bill of i dict Motif As soon As found and before the defendants bad been called on to plead was thrust Inlo anti masonic prints of Dauphin Coutv and of traded up on the gaze of those i by who n the cause was to be a tried. Nay that renowned political Grimaldi the speaker of the Senate who had just returned from a of pilgrimage m the state of new1 York where he had been roam the grave unclaimed has turned out had William Saud Ellen sol i will be parents command vow still c aim it will not be exact will you per proper. Or. Ivas the possibly Fri say on the subject. _ i or. Fish Jer i mean As will be a Wurr or two a wore or the counsel for the prosecution had satisfied themselves that the indictment could not be sustained that it had been prepared in a hurry and they them selves had never been perfectly Satis fied of its sufficiency that the wan of a Seal to the Venice they conceded rents command nl1" j r the i so 1 . Kiir inv returned tons but that at the August Ichii i have nothing to offer you. If you the absent jury Nav my 7" Jav p new Rich had been out Al night were Ken Keirsted Neri ured wretch dismissed by the court for a s Lort time Bill or Bills As might tie i Eemeli p u for Bis plighted for some refreshment or. a per or. L j myself to another and shall i break my relied f9r an adjourn intent of an hour certain Afi Dav vow and my heart together William which

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