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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 22, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaSo. By wednesday by Jap. At whole no. 301 printed and published eve washingtonian was of not the cup Poison s within to Btu tabs motion j i tinier of 1831, having Occa traverse most of the Beautiful of the Canne Calicut i passed i the delightful Little Village o while remaining there for the Beautiful and accomplish or h prof my he Kun hear with a the her hand y to a Young Man of much son of he principal trader Ai 1 was present at the solemn and never shall t the place suffused the e Bride came 3r better or for h his. The next Driy pics j j them at their new Home comforted with Leht that there was in Prospect be them a Long life fraught with Visani enjoy meals. And in i Hajji i exp ined he recognized me lid nil him. Hence the of a Jame that shot across at d suffused his temples. He me and the reminiscences it Blu lose brighter Days that were enough to Pale the Cheek tile heart. The morning although i burning his brow recognized recalled Oft passed wer and pain visited his the Village i found them poor and miserable the wife s Industry and tidiness had Given an air of cheerful Esfi Hal truly surprised me. J Rose to Welcome me but is struggled in his bosom denied him utterance. Mrs. Or. A deep Emboli name it electric past seen bursting changed Niet that almost Gass. At fist did not recognize me but when or hush band pronounced my seemed suddenly to strike the he Lin of thought that loll of n s and by gone Day and Ira of tears she exclaimed How or condition since we last should successively alternate j inc family Circle. On the afternoon of the same d toting occasion to go a few on my i called on business at the store of or. Wolham and while a heard the following conversant Charles Gass is Marn was the reply. Continued the former s Charles is a Oun Man of i sat d respect n encourage in Thrall his answer again my w and i am sur no use ploy me who or me to in by veal grapple not Obi Ltd and conversed with them a Heiji to a him to break away from i in and again be Happy. By was i be tried again and my old companions know spot and attack me there h i resist with All my strength to fail. 0, it s no use it s people won t pm and when i go among those in rum them selves and urge Ink Ili s too much i could Vilh my own appetite it i was de to work i Fth amongst it or utanes is a -5 Promise and 1 wish him Aud his ii a s the Young Charles and his is promising is couple As the Torii i doubt not it will be a by j i observed an uld Down the paper he had been and slowly raising his glasses and his eyes upon the Young men he said u Haj Don t know am afraid Hal will Noi be is Happy a match you Are promising for Ilie Young coup Why Noi wad the wart i spouse. After a Ponse he replied i am Jenid he is favouring habits of if tem a loud laugh Burnt from the 1 of Llie men As with a sneer of contempt they replied Ilyon need t t double yourself about that old Man c Harles Guss knows How to take care of one. I warrant with tit seeming to notice to is the old Man continued i always t Emble for men whom i see i inking and fro Licine at raisings and tra rings or quaffing glasses at stores and Public houses. 11 is the surest Road and the nearest to habitual i temperan e and they answered him with ridicule and derision and one of them come Jim k s take1 Agoss guess t won t make drunkards of this was indeed a novel Sce Filo me Ami i confess that now first time i Felt conscious that temperate drinking was indeed the downward Road to intemperance and mind y 1837, business Call d me to the Little Village of the second Day after my arrival it company with a citizen of the i was walking along the Street who n i Dis to Vars a Man reeling and s angering along. He was attired in v hat Evi Dently had once been a i h dress parted. Sad were my reflect the changes of Fortune to which to r although now miserable Tatt red and Lorn and in his countenance1 Nir standing the ravages of the Estr Oyei were plainly discernible trait of Noble intellect and High moral wort As he came near he Gazi d eagerly into my face and then Sud Lenly his own was suffused with a Bur wig Crim Hal instantly Succi ded by an by paleness. I was Abdu to speak to him but suddenly drop i Ghis eyes to the ground he passed on. In answer to my inquiry what Man was that my Friend ii formed me i is that it was Charles Gass. Pmj i i responded in amazement. He again Replie that Charles Gass once As revising a Young Man As Tho town of i j e boast. 3sow a confirmed now the Blush of Buff King shame to new that shot across his brow As he met me i i becom Champ that n the m session at an House come and be in in town Ber o i Perar Erful strict in Ciple fid4n him. Wish quiz pure base Rem Gas a a Trad in qui if hot with Lur the the to lab a is mily about half a mile from or the Las the follow history of the John Henry Days of Crockett. Ing is an extract from a texan War written by Brown who has resided de himself in i Nairn Sci m Ermine to face the foe to the last and dearly and with his a sell his life verite Rifle Side arms for year in la Vaca Texas and writes from observation and Cor rect informal on domed from inquiry on the spot. Colonel Crockett wounded and closely by a number of the in my retreated into Church Felling hem As they approached says that the calamities of the marked stale Are generally to be imputed to the per sons themselves in the follow id pro portions to the Man for care and judgment in the Choice and one fourth to the woman on the same score. Supposing a Niche in the Corner de Man and a superabundance it heaved and shot Thein Down with the same awful certainty which was Pivont to characterize his indomitable spirit. His rendered Access Toj him impossible except by a direct and exposed approach in front and after some eight or ten of them Huu anti _ were Laid dead before him a fee log of Awe seemed to seize hold of Juhe assail one of them who could Speal ill i i had bought a farm and alter a year or two should in conversation with his neighbor make heavy com plaints How much he had been to Lisa pointed i imagine his Friend might say to him did you not see. This land before you bought it of jes i saw it often. Do you understand i think i do tolerably did you not examine it with care i not so much As i should have done s Anding at a certain place it looked admirably Well the fences new and looked exceedingly a adjust been painted with panelling the s9ueluns in Kordofan a recent traveller gives the follow no method of settling an affair of 10rior" in Kordofan. How much More rational and satisfactory than the fashionable assassinations of our own country when a gentleman of that nation conceives himself aggrieved he sends the offender a formal Challenge which it is is always of t killed Yoeh one was killed in each All one Hund red and Twenty were wounded Twenty trials for fighting due. Have occur. Found red tour due lists guilty of murder have been found two were Hahr de. The Duel always takes place on some open ground and All the friends of the combatants assemble spectators. An Ang rep or is then brought Forth and the t two combatants place a foot close to the Edge of the Couch the breadth of which alone divides them a formidable whip made of Hippopotamus leather is then placed in the hands of each and renewed o very resp Jumble personages have duels among them in York Castlereagh Welling y but when they bring it to because i refuse to drink c much i be tried time and it it s no use i can t help it him a few words of advice ants. A Little broken English probably pre Ferring to Nave the signal hoi kor of Cap using so Noble a specimen Obj american valor to present to his dread Aid to Cricket Surry Noti Senor a Flash of the most Sovereign scorn tailed from the fiery and As i pierced Hist of the enemy he seemed transfixed. In a Thunde Crockett surrender no m an american and spoke he sent a Ball through the Harl of the paralysed foe. He appeared for a moment like k wounded strengthen but a Stone windows were i neglected in Sheridan Burdett Canning ton and1 Winchelsea Joseph ii. Of Austria in 1722. In Deavo Rud hard to put a Slop. To this bar Barous practice. He then wrote the following i will not suffer duelling m my a the maxims of those 131 however out their cd and wound his Well death wit literally it family had been subjected Are the read assessed of a susceptible Ible of feeling for and sym a in the woes of the unfortunate i in 1841, i had occasion to. And How great was my on learning that my old Friend Only renounced his cups and a warm Friend and ardent on of the Temperance cause but had been some Lime engaged in re Anile bust fess to which pro he had been Early arly period i visited him at his where i received a Hearty Wel froth from or. And mrs. Gass ironed the following particulars 840, one of the pioneers from convention Vasiles the and delivered a num lectures on the subject of tem Ibe result of which was a pow Reform and the formation of a Temperance society of which or. One of the first on the pledge Hosen president. Buoyed by each additional now hewing them Down with tried sword next dealing i his fire. His was Nei airy i Rench cd with his own blood is strength must soon yield to its loss yet such physical Power wrought to the higher is degree of excitement Pel formed in incredible Prodigy cos. This a the last concentrated Energy of a pow Erful aroused animated and guide by one of the noblest attributes of Man love of Liberty. He knew for what i life was about to be sacrificed do and elegant tirely to examine the materials or the disposition of the apartments. 1 Here were in the month of april two Beautiful Springs but since i have lived Here they have been dry year before the Middle of june did you not inquire about the permanency of the to indeed i omitted it. Have you Tho full measure you Cro promised acre was the title Complete and valid i yes. Perfectly were you obliged to take it up in Vasalion and butchery the footsteps of this the help Ess women to satiat4 the cruel desires of would follow Lac s Ioe that would be sacrificed part of a bad p no nothing like it. Look a l fancy for it and pestered the Man to let Mth Lave it Well really my Friend i to lung you had Bufter keep your complaints to yourself and make the Best of Pui bargain. If you cannot get Oul Oil can assure you that drug Lily a dust and Rood culture will make i bid farm very tolerable and1 an indifferent one truly Good cultivating the Fine enterprising personage who had read much about cultivating a taste the car Ceu Fine arts and who olso had heard h the of the productiveness o the soil o Concile them. It Bent on carrying. Honor the signal for Battle is at last Oiven. He who is entitled to the first blow then inflicts As hard a lash As he can on his opponent who perfectly still to receive the compliment and then prepares to return it. .1 hey then continue turn and turn about to to Eich others backs and life head must on no account be struck a Lille the blood flows copiously at eve re stroke. Not an acknowledgement f pain escapes the lips of either and 11 the spectators remain equally mute this continues until one of the com atals bcncr3lly.from sheer on drops his instrument of torture whereupon the Victor immediately does the same. The rivals shake hands de Claring that they have received sufi Mienl satisfaction their friends congratulate them on their reconciliation their wounds Are washed and sundry of Marissa the National . Provided beforehand Are produced Anu emptied by the .p-c.ator. In Honor of the Gallant opponents .fa., Icv Are i each owner 111 Aff air of esteem for officers who courageously oppose themselves to the enemy and also under All circumstances show themselves intrepid valiant and Reso Luu. Both in attack and the India Ferencei Wilh which they is useful lathe there. Are among Tham men ready to Sac Nice any thing to. Revenge Aud to the haired which they Bear to their enemies l such a Man in my Opin Ion is no than a roman Gladia Tor Call a court martial to try these two officers examine the subject of the barrel with the impartiality which i require from every Man who is invested with the office of rendering Justice re u t him who is guilty Subri. To his and to
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