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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 9, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPublished weekly by j. P. Magill in Wellsborough Tio in Sylvania at two a year. Whole Jfe. 561. Wednesday business a j. Sherwood a Blum at Law 1 n Emu Send o All the o l.og-. and of or on Tarn Street first door Norilia of i. Lumuir i Fob. A James e. , at prom a Law Cunje Sporl Potter county a. A to his Ciro will by Pompelly a Tomk j Loir inc Pilju ining Counnis. Edh. I. A. Footie. An i n a i Only d acc i hit Imu n. Lorm Colv Ocee Tab rec j to do Al Law m i Mujano 1 a col not a ail in his care will recede Mii l a i no u i on pen no in occupied b r while Esq in by Kotcon will attend 10 Al or Dismo ii. Olf Ilc Ono door above june i m h 1847 Agoni for Iho Bali of Sarsaparilla. Mansfi Pledl Tioga co. A h. Blot drugs medicines paints oils p Patent medicines per to .1 confection eries i Iro Troj a Cois i f in a up con Rotor hotel at Covington Tioga in i nun 4 Wellsboro stage House Iol Kimball Tioga i o i nearly opposite lilo court Holme. Slosson s hotel i m.i-Vilu-, Lologa county Pardon Wawok am cud at Law i Loga county a _ g d Smtth Han is Ono door to lox Elsos e Ilo Tol a o l. Robin Sony it virus in i Ries hardware Ink a Mil lies 3 Jesse Locke it h i h in Ury pm u Cic Etc Cic or ii it Ron ii v i mis t 1 Baldwin of us dry Oudon Noccra s Elo Etc i i to incr tin Ninny i Enon Cic put kit in re Mil c c Etc Hunt j f it t i Joji Orui Rit to die i i Toi irm Pimm j. A. J. i l it i its Fin wlri., l pm t4iluk Pena a s a i i9r it. I. Feegles Wailok. A Ciboro Pirli a f i Lorr g. D. , Nicori in buit Iii co from tic Charlexa font s cent i size tale. The Maiden s adventure or Tup or sir Jav Csc. 1 caverns of tile in Lily Ric i i. I null i to place for lie i Row 6aajl cat Island by in a Moonlight Sally in i Pon the and tic Waters of a i Iii or Ripp to gently at her feet. Salem i. H uie isl la heavy a sigh and tied up Here f chapter ii it re like a Halo Marc i n was alone upon the a the Breczko gently filled his Neaila Iho fir i Sis of h 11 bark n As towards cat Island his t id for to was alone upon Tho great thought he heard a voice Klaco upon the rocks chapter Iii. W i m it in no i in sort note Sot Sally came borne o or the to on of 4lhe Waters. Tom thought he ii ail never such music i so he listened with i l hit Sally meditating at g a and t Icse were he solemn words she whispered pair lady can a stranger do aught to relieve thy cruel distress chapter i. Her fint Ira rim being o or scanned he youth and left her heart give Way before the truth Sally started and would have screamed but Tom begged her not to. Who Are you sir 1" raid she. One who adores you said he. But you May be a said Sally. 6ut i said Tom. What is your name said she. Tom Tonga Ketchup is the name i was christened said Tom. Do really Jove me 7" said she. Wai 1 Don t do not Fin said he. Where do you jive1" asked she. On tinker s Sweet Isle i reside All alone come Maiden for to bless my Sang he. But do you who i am1" asked she. I shall if you Tell paid he. Well then sit Down and i la Tell so Tori sat Down. Chapter her tale she told with much a winning Grace sure Neer looked i on Tuch a face Dryden. I was born in said Sally and my is Sally Slack. Year my Uncle Hiram brought me Down Here to tend his House while he cached lobsters and went a clamming and Here he keeps me All the time and i Don t hardly Ever see any body and i never saw any body Here to love you came Here but i won t stay Here linger i i Lleo to Isle Pih you my dear and there Well pats the Happy year. Cil Apter Viii. 1 there s a Sweet Little Island just Over the e sea let s go and live on that. Dante. Bless you for that cried Tom. 1 and now we Seal ouf love with one tweet kiss then a War to tinker s Isle and Tho two gentle Belga a twirled their arms around each other and the rocks Boon after echoed Back the pledges Hist sealed the Hap Piest hour of their existence. Said Sally let us make haste be fore Uncle Hiram gets Cortle along said Tom my bom is on Iho Shore and on the sea y so never never More shall we parted be j chapter in a bail the pirate cried now Mon be True. The women mine the Gold 1 give o you Tom Hamlet Sally into the White Cap for that was the name of ins boat and then getting in himself shoved off and was soon underweight. The wind blew fresh and the White Cap moved swiftly Over the Waters. Suddenly Tom heard a Hail sail to of gracious said Saily that s Hiram s Voic what shall we get Down in the Bottom of the said Tom and perhaps he won t see see heave to or i la sink Yourt cried Uncle Hiram. But Tom kept on and the next bang went a gun from the desperado of cat Island. A no loss i i chapter x. Cop of execrable crime car Chodar of dear 1 m 11 s the plague of my Eliot no Bod y lit Taos pc choir Wilo plague of my life Eliot no Bod y chapter Jav. To help a Wii x it need is Iho Greta com blk Tom sighed when Sally s voice was still for tora had a sensitive heart i h go and con with her Tom so eased off m fid put his Helm a won Thor. He boat struck _. Her to a by Slio upon _ o of Ali Sally Wai to not the Appi act Chan her Tom thought fingers. Atli in equal now to Sally was sitting in the Bottom of the boat when the Guri was j fired. She looked upon hearing the report and poor Tom was falling on the thwart with a scream she fell a pfc his neck but he was dead. The Ball of the desperado had killed poor Tom. I chapter Al so smiled the Ruffian he upon the features a Hail so when Tom fell he let go the Tiller and the White Cap soon came up in the wind and the boat of Jiram came alongside. Tom was lying dead in the Bottom of the boat and Sally was lying sensible with her arms around her neck Hiram stepped on Board the White Cap ant laughed us he looked upon his work he sloped and Sally from the body and a her in his own boat then tying the body to one of the thwarts of Tom s boat he knocked a Hole in her Bottom and sunk her. Chapter Xii. Tho travel Floied o or him and the wild Waves Long a requiem o or the Man that should have been Hung Dean As Hiram stepped aboard of his boat after scuttle a the White Cap Sally aroused herself and demanded in thrilling accents where Tom was. Hiram calmly pointed to the White Cap which was slowly sinking beneath the Waves with a wild shriek of despair Sally rushed to Edge As if about to throw Hersel seized her. Quick As i she turned and snatching to darted to the Cabin. I but he was too Sally had blown up the the desperado of cat Island is victim to watery grave i epilogue. T tale is told our pen that hath delineated these thrilling truth will be shortly Laid aside but Reader if you Are a Friend of Justice of bleeding humanity let not i implore you the eventful scenes of this heart rending narrative be too soon obliterated from your memory but let hem be stamped on your heart in bold Relief it them to enshrined on your bosom s Tablet that to your children and children children the Story May be transmitted As l warning to those who live on secluded islands and As an affectionate memento of our warm hearted generous Sally Slacom the unfortunate victim of the cat Island the end. How Theodore Hook got a dinner. Lounging up Soho Square in the afternoon with Terry the actor the nostrils of the promenades were suddenly saluted with a Concord of Sweet doors from a spacious area. They stopped snuffed the grateful incense and peeping Down perceived through1 the Kitchen window Prepa rations for a handsome dinner evidently on the mint of being served. What a said Terry Juliy dogs i should like to make one of ill take any returned Hook that i for me at ten o clock and you will find that i shall be Able to give a tolerable account of the worthy gentleman s Champagne and veni so saying he marched up the Steps gave an Auto native rap with the Knocker and was quickly lost to the sight of his astonished com Union. As a matter of course he was immediately ushered by the servant As an expected guest into the drawing a Large Marty had already assembled. The apartment egg Well nigh full no notice was at first taken of his intrusion and half a dozen people were aug hmm at his ban Mots before the Host disco Vered the mistake. Affecting not to observe the visible embarrassment of the latter and in Jemo Ubly avoiding any Opportunity for explant. Ion i Jook rat greater part c him and son Ere the old a attention i beg to at last to get i did nol quit ably Incon Don t _ Theodore As you justly observe servants arc always Mak ing some stupid Blunder or other. L remember a remarkable 5jc. But really qty dear continued the Host at the termination of the Story illustrative of stupidity m servants i think the mistake on the present not originate in the source you anticipate the at dinner to Dof no i Dart note i past the fact a i a i was about stay the vol ask you do i whom Friend of sure indeed but having Rece Ter Day on my arrival from in see i have taken Vou at your word. I am Only afraid i have kept you waiting no no not at All. But permit me to observe my dear sir my name is not exactly Thompson it is Jones Jonas repeated the Soi Disant Smith in admirably assumed consternation Why surely i cannot i heaven i see it All my dear sir what an unfortunate must you think of such and intrusion i am really at a loss for words null Rich to will permit me to retire at present and to mor i Pray Don t think o f exclaimed the hospitable old gentleman your Friend s must have been cleared if As you say four was the hour named and i am Only too Happy to be Able to offer you seat at Hook of course could not hear of such a not think of trespassing upon the kindness of a perfect stranger if too late for Thompson there were plenty of chop houses at hand the unfortunate part of the business was he had appointment with a gentleman Socall at ten o clock i the Good natured Jones reused to allow so enter Taining a visitor to withdraw dinner less. Mrs. Jones joined in solicitations the misses Jones smiled bewitching Brand at last or. Smith who soon recovered from his confusion was prevailed upon to offer his Arm to one of the ladies and take his plats at the Well furnished f in All probability the family of Jones never passed Frueh an Evv Ming before. Hook naturally exerted himself the utmost to keep the party in on unceasing Roar of make Good the first impression. The Mirton grew fast and furious when by Way of a de Grace he seated himself at the piano Forte and struck off into one of those extemporaneous effusions which critical judge with Delight arid astonishment ten o clock struck and on 1 in. Terry being announced his triumphant Fried d wound up the performance with the exp Lam tory stanza i am very much pleated with your fan your cell in a prime at you 4 my or. Terry the player. And i m fit. Theodore Hook Hoot i remains. A Young lady and will shortly filing out in. Church. New York who is engaged e United to a Gallant of Neptune visited the Mariner s Church a couple of sundays since. During the Sermon the Pas Tor discoursed e of gently and with much ear nestles of Mann St on the dangers temptations of to e profession of a Sailor he concluded by ask my the following question 1 is there one who thinks anything of Hup who wears a Tarsi aug in hat k Hue jacket or a pair of Trow it Short is there any one who Cari is Augh for the poor Sailor 1" a Little girls a sifter of t Lis Young lady who sitting by her immedi Italy jumped up and looking archly at her Sii tar said in a tone loud enough for every of 11 it ear i yes sir Beck the audience v or i convulsed with the minister bit hit lips and concluded the ser vices by Reque sting the congregation to join with him in prayer. Lead oct o f Booth. We heard a pod antidote of Booth the Trage Dian the other pay which do not remember to have seen in print. He was playing in has favorite character Richard. In the play As brought upon the stage Liege i messenger comes in and rays the Duke of Buckingham is my off with i i much for bucking Richard. Eppenger rushed in Bre ath Ike of Buckingham is in at All disconcerted at cd destroyed a line Pas Fly took the messenger b y the foot lights and food and faithful servant Iliad seven later the steamship Cambria arrived at Halifax 2gth at 4 p clock f. M., bringing Don dates to the 13th, and Liverpool to the 14th ult at mid Day. England is quiescent but with less glowing prospects of the arrival of Trade. I Ireland. I the reports for the past year from the District poor Law inspectors to the commissioners at Dublin record a volume of misery most sicken ing to glance Over. Every Page of this Book which is about to be adj before parliament teems with evidence of the exemplary patience of the unhappy peasantry of Ireland under sufferings that have had no parallel in the history of the civilized world. U it i a clergy Man from the Parish of Connaught this whole d District a almost a wilderness. Out of inhabitants which was the Pupu lation of this Parish four years ago i am sure we have not event and As for land holders i am positive there is not one out of five remaining so that the that still live and move Here May be termed rather an accumulation of dead and dying humanity than what is generally meant by a the Moat reverend or Crolly the roman Catholic primate expired on the 6th inst. In after an attack of cholera of nine hours duration. Or. Duffy s re trial is proceeding. France. A letter from do Ellen of the 9th on his Boot to the and him As to j Arnold in fortunate Wight with such vigor half across the stage. P. Trim onial adventure. Of thirty seven was once Calle upon by a wid Iwer who popped the question due form but he had shown disc Ould not rep Elve her answer her the Home prepared for she Monseque to has House. The in used a furnished dwelling the greatest profusion. The tar 1 supplied containing some half if pork and flour claimed the suitor when the concluded " what do you say v tartly replied that i decline Ain t going to Coak All that pork Buch As i a bad took. To the i prisoner 1" said one Spectator to duri in a trial for manslaughter. W b the reply. Med 1 what a dreadful look he has rally abut the eyes but who is that Pec table look ing Young Man at his Side in the Green Vest v in the g Een Vest t Why that it the Pri Soner Himsel Tab other Man is his Well and in i do begin to see that the fellow Friday the prisoners of Bourges arrived Here under a Strong guard. Bribes and Albert Are placed in the same cell Blanqui and Folta in Raspail and Obrier and Quentin in a third. The of Cha Garnier to the grand cordon if the legion of Honor will not Beo ii scially a announced until it is known whether Gen eral Cavaignac will accept the same Honor which has been offered to be conferred on him. Duchesne the editor of pm pfc pc Nas sentenced on tuesday to be imprisoned fur five years and to pay a Fine of francs. De Leclerc of the social was sentenced to imprisonment for three to pay a Fine of . La Presse states that neither the British nor French governments will take any part in the negotiations about to be opened at Verona for the conclusion of peace Between Austria. An Piedmont. The cholera is making sad ravages amongst the troops who Are quartered in the temporary Barracks erected in the several quarters of Paris it is believed that the dampness of the weather has much contributed to the development of the disease. Measures Hove been adopted for their removal into More healthy quarters. A special train arrived on thursday even ing week with 250 londoners forming the nah. In the Green All. Indeed lately answer the expense Irest Don t look so respectable after he has just the air of an old Offen Force of custom. In a Certa town not More than fifty Miles from Boston in his usual is the Clergyman was holding Forth rows manner one of the deacons probably info priced by the narcotic qualities of the into a doze. The preacher use the words what is the Price pleasures 1" the Good Deacon Small store thinking the inquiry me kind of merchandise imn redi seven and sixpence a Ler who attempted to be witty at of a youth of weak intellect accosted him t ius John people say you Are a John replied i Don t know that i am sir i know som things and some things i Don t know 11 Well j in what do you know i know Bat Millers always Nave fat hogs. And we it Don t you i Don t now whose Corn they eat merchant examining a Hogshead of hardware n comparing it with the invoice found it All tight except i one Hammer. Of Don t be Tro bled my said the Irish por Ter sure i he Nager took it out to open the e Hogshead w son body tells the truth in this Way ii Onai Twain twas h de called lightning in Tai m the United Sutea Anklin a band that caught the boric a Neil d by protein for it was one of the Brilliant Aff Kirson record in the Jesuit 128 guns and 1100 men striking the Haifa Eboigbe to the German colors with three j batteries and.20 pieces of Cannon. Immediately after the Landing of the men the Christian was in flames and blew up. We have accounts from the army to the 4th ult. On the 3d, Gen. Rye crowed the Konig the entered Schleswig to three different his division was in All men of different in three separate columns. Marching towards Hader Feben consisting of Nevi fell m with the Schleswig a Oistein ers and Nellans from to men Strong who were wicked and driven through that Awn after some Little fighting where bar the Danes lost four killed and ten wounded. The danish Force left Alsen about 6000 men Strong and landed on the sum Denet. They took two different routes to Cut off an advanced corps of 3chleswig-Houteiq, troops who had Home Artil Lery and to men. They were attacked at Azbell near age Sund and near Gravenstein at the same moment but a they retired rapidly from both places the Danes returned to their position Andi remained there unmolested. The loss of the Christian and Refior is deeply Felt in this capital. Jet there u no responding. Measures have been taken to equip immediately the Denmark frigate and o equip another line of Battle ship also1 the b. H. Loll of 80 guns. It is expected they will be ready for sea by the 16th. 1 Italy. After a siege of eight Days Brescia or rather the ruins of what was once Brescia u in the a session of the Aust nans. The town was Bomhard eded for six hours and the streets were carried at the pout of the Bayonet mid the inhabitants driven into the houses where they were burned alive. The Milan Gazette of april 2, contains a summary of the revolt and capture of Brescia. It say s the inhabitants of the City taking advantage of the absence of the greater part of the Garrison revolted against the emperor and instituted a provincial government and a commit tee of Public safety. They then arrested and ill treated some officers who left consult with the local authorities intercepted several carriages containing ladies of Al rather like Savages than men. Small detach mints were drawn from Verona and Manta i in order to save the City from the anarchy Fomen Ted by the Camozzi and the to Taimori. Mar Shal rayban also repaired to the City and on the 30th March sat Dawn before the with men. And 8 cannons. He offered terms of arrangement which not being accepted he divided his forces into five detachments each of l which attacked one of the Gat of the Citadel opened its fire the attack was terrible As s. The artillery t the same time each House was ult the Vic portion of the English expected in Paris on a visit to the parisian National guard. Spain. The consult Tionel on the authority of a let Ter from Perpignon that a sanguinary Battle had taken place at Catalonia Between the Royal is chief Pons Des Deloli and or Elivera in which the two generals were killed. Other accounts say that Cebrera who had been wounded in the action took Refuge m a tavern where he was discovered and put to death by Quile letters from Perpignon state that count Mon tem Linand his companions had been lying quite close to the Frontier where he was expecting some of the Carh Feo chiefs to come and receive Jim. He was subsequently betrayed by a guide whom he had largely conduct him into Catalonia. The peasant who guessed at Bis identity from the extraordinary respect paid him by his companions in tread of conducting him across the Frontier As the Prince believed led him into a French Village where he gave him up to the authorities. J on being searched the sum of were found on his person. Denmark and the duchies. A danish Squadron consisting of a ship of the line i frigate a Corvette and three steamers of War entered the Bay of Eckern Ford Early on the morning of the 5th ult and opened a Firo against the batteries. At 6 o clock a. M., one of was crippled and aeon made Jiff. The firing continued without intermission on both sides till half past 12, when the danish Admiral Paludan hoisted the White Flag and sent a Flag of truce on Shore demanding the Bat Tery to cease firing and he would withdraw else be would bombard the town. The commanding officer Jun Marar replied he might do As be pleased every Ball he had was destined for the the Flag of truce went backwards and forwards o clock when firing re Coin i of Battle Aldan and Duke of fenced. In hour the1 frigate her colors and a Little after 7 the 1 ship Christian also and Admiral officers delivered their to Saxe Gotha and the men came on Shore prison ers of War. The Refior was a 44 gun frigate the Christian was an 84 gun ship of the of the get Abr the compliment was. 300 men of whom 100 Are prisoners and 200 have fallen. The Christian had 800 men on Board of whom nearly 700 Are prisoners tue remainder1 fallen. Taken by assault but on the tory was accomplished. T be Concordia of Turin says the1 austrians sur funded the town. So that escape was impossible. The carnage was immense. From Turin of the 8th nit announce that after general Del la Marmora had bombarded Genoa for Twenty four hours and the City had been set on fire in several a deputation from the municipality Bra waited on him on the evening of the 6th, to request a armistice of forty eight hours in or Ler new to Turin to arrange a Capitula Ion. The armistice was granted and the deputation proceeded to Turin where they arrived on the 7tht Ultimo. The triumvirate had fled from Genoa with the exception of Afetna the agitators Ace Vedetta and Mirelin had embarked for leghorn. Quiet is unsettled still continues at gaels. The King of Naples is preparing the Pope bran i mediate attack upon the sicilians Aid has been hitherto restrained by an d ring of the calabrian germany., Central Germany is in a of confusion the King of Prussia having refused the offer of the Imperial Crown made to him y a Small majority of the fam Pfoh Assembly. Austria. J a signal Victory has been gained by the Hun Garian forces Over the Kuler losing 1300 24 pieces d f can on and 40 wagons. Tho Vienna journals contradict the of Gen. Bern s defeat by the and the flight of his troops into Wallachia., it appears on the contrary that the austrian general. Puchner surrounded by a hostile population and hard pursued by the Magyar s has thought proper to resign his. Command and plice himself under the Protection of the rus sians in Wallachia. He was accompanied Fay other austrian Ger reals and his were left to the care of Kallianis. The austrian forces at Ronstadt were very Short of ammunition and were preparing to Recrosio the and return to Wallachia. Their bag Gage had already left for that province. Gen. Bern was almost undisturbed in the Nono Sion of the whole of take Ronstadt which m still Troope. Cd asked some i thank you mustered to
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