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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 1, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOral College nand Din Burghl m medical colled for of a work my is anatomical to Phi j explained with of the Nante i syphilis second fleets san curl on. Doctor fac consultations ones at he e on Street if All affections of to yield to his Mode t lint in diet ogee Noii even when the i 8 torpid or partly cd be or from mastoid i restore the parts on3 at a distance e spy the work isl paid and direct 196 Fulton Sorel Augel use until ref medical j Surab e. Subsequent of the Public Annm Wayne s come no procured one Boullt it 1 Unhul i had return to my y sincere 1 13 known to Hist As 1 have own thy t k for Tea original and thu valuable tree. Philadelphia. Job Locke o Diogu county mag1ll, proprietor co a ind fifty cents per an postal fifty cents tended if and one loll a will be deducted discontinued until an arrearage arc of the editor. Not exceeding twelve lines in three tunes for one Dollar and for very sub it. Nation Twenty five cents. Notices not my Linos inserted for seventy five cents for one or three motions the same. L discount to Vear y adv cruisers. Riu Leturc on5 pet Tefr to vol. 6. Wellsboro wednesday oct. 1st, 1845. Poetry. Washington. The hearts and Strong the minds of in framed m High debate the immortal it ague of love that binds our fair Brood Empire. Slate with state. Deep the Gladne t of the hour the auspicious task was done 0ieinn Trust the sword of p teas Gien to glory s uns Poil d son. Rail Nelile race is gone the suns of set d4ve and set Sot the Bright links those chosen Onea so strongly brighter yet. Lament of the1 Irish Emigrant. Rating the feelings of an Irish peasant 10 h s leaving Home calling up the ims youth under the painful reflect having buried his wife and child and Bis feelings will be in America by has put Lee Black Vood it sitting on the Stile Mary sat Side by Side of blight May morning Long ago when 011 were my Bride 7 e a n Vav is springing Iresh and Green the i Sang loud and High Ami the red was on Why lip. A a the love Light m your Eye. T in p vib is Little changed. May 111 div As Bright As then tie loud song is in my ear and he Corn is Green Cut i the Toft clasp of your Hind and breath warm on my Cheek Ani i will keep Honing for the words never More May speak 1i, but a Down yonder Lane hip Little Church Nair the Church where we were wed Mary i the spire from Leip bit hip graveyard ins Between Mary and my Midlil Are in you Psi f r i be Laid int ing Down to sleep oui baby on Ymir Bueist. I m very lonely new Mary Fin the poor make no new in ends but Ohiley of vib Tipp Hetter fir tin Lew or Yulii r you worn ii i hid. Miry my ind my a i rpt there s left to Cire for now Rev poor Miry died. You hip Hnyp ind nod heart Mary Viat still u i hoping on u Hen Ilie Uii flt in left my soul. And m Arm i Murf corp Nib had gone incl n Unur i Hli is v u if r in in though you Ca Mot a per me now. 1 a link Foi tint i tint smile u Hon Mir heart Vav As fit to Trpik i Hen the Hun apr Jim Vav Ai rom Vav ing there you hid it fur my i you f r the please no word Lien your heart was sad and sore of i m Ilia Lizul you Are gone. Mary w lure grief can t reach Yon Moie. 1 m 1 no Ling 1011 i Long fare up a my kind and True lint i ii n t Fornol you Darling in the Lind i m going to i lie Siy thru s bread and work for All and hip inn shines always there but i ii not forget old Ireland u fifty times As fair and often in those grand old Woods 1 ii sit to d stint my eyes and my Hearl will travel bark to gain in tiie Plimp. Sheib Mary 1 Kab 1 ii Tomk i see Tho Little Stile we sat Side by Side. Add the springing Corn and the Bright May i first you were my Bride. Mom. From Buckingham s travels in America. Or Buckingham confirms what every spa Eller has affirmed of the Superior condition of he humbler classes in America when compared with persons of the same rank in England. A seem to possess Good Duel Tings abundant clothing Ard a ample Supply of food you see in the does no beggars and no Drunken men and women with filthy ragged children the following is a Clear account of the three political parties of ame Rica i there Are Here As in England three political Mode rate reformers and radicals following the to leave Tho larger space in the rest of the room a table covered with a of the morning usually pers occupies the Middle of the apartment heir be pharaoh or Faro. John hopeful bad been to new Orleans sell goods for hit father somewhere up them now it so happened that John being hit 13 called which Means a lad 01 whom no sort of Hope can reasonably be in curtained had been much amused in new reans and to be amused As he was is a that costs Money the parental Cash some in the course of the opera Ion John says the father notes falling and payments coming round i wish you Settle up where is that Money Safe father very Safe Good boy but Safe in father Safe m Bank Good again but what s Tea name of the Lank 1 name of yes i remember now the is in that new Orleans Bank with the scripture name to it a Bank with a scripture Nama to it i heard of such a what name " 1 it was Tho Faro Bank father in t pharaoh a. Scripture name John had been in the hands of the Egypt ians after the bad exam e in the Mother country each party seems determined to see no virtue and no Merit in either of the others hip conservatives Are Here called the moderate reformers Are called democrats and the radicals Ore called Loco recent name the conservatives Are Here called whigs and they correspond in politica1 charade and sentiment with the of England being quite As loud in their professions of i Beral principles but quite As unwilling t carry them out into practice one of the leading organs lately published a very remark Able signed attributed to the pen of a prominent of the whig pity which beside advocating con Erva be Prim i pies generally went the length of saying that experience had Thova n that there was As much Chance of obtaining a Good chief Magis irate bar Herd tary descent As by popular election and that Consi Quentlyn the Monar Chical principle was As Favorat e to 1 Berty As the Republican 1 his doctrine Lasso acceptable to the Greate number of the whigs that most of Nevis pipers lauded u in us it was Altai cd with such ability and Force in the demo tic prints tint the. Young Nten among the h is Felt it necessary to hold a Public meeting to d Savoy their participation in any such Doc Rue and to declare them selves to be uncompromising republicans far however As i was Able Toj Lisco ver by my Intercourse with editors and poll Cal men of All rarities ind by Coppari on of their journals i found the Artrur pm to he quite As conservative Astl air name Sakes at Home 1 hey Are nearly All in favor of giving wealth a More open and direct in fluence than it now possesses in the Suffia for elections and would be glad to sex flu in he e sectoral body All who have not fit amount of property in All the n stances that i w witnessed of the business of 1 visited Many of the wards for that whole affair was conduct id Vav i h much More or Ler Ami decorum than any contested election thai 1 had Ever sees in f there were no party badges in colors or ribbons to excite party Animos to i Here was no drunkenness not or abuse of any kind every Nan Camp freely to the poll and went away As freely from it and though in the greatest number of cases it was Well known which Way he would vote when he entered and which Way he had voted when he left none offered him the slightest molestation in word or deed or even in gesture in some of the wards where the emigrants abound i is said that this order and do Colum does not always pre Vail but that Between Irish excitability and american rum and whiskey there Are some time torn garment and Hird words exchanged but even Herp violent of Rageis Seldom con milled ii 13 possible therefore that us i Versal suffrage annual elections and vote by ballot May be much less productive of not drunkenness and disorder than limited suf Frage infrequent elections and open voting England Scotland and Ireland whet these prevail the scenes of dissipation and outrage Are frequent and Here where thes opposites Are Practised they Are rare or Buckingham made a Point of Visitin the benevolent institutions of every town t which he went and he Wes often invited t assist at those Public meetings for useful Pur poses which Are so frequent in America he has paid much attention to the popular Litra Ture Ano to the state of the Fine aits which is not yet promising or Buck Ingham throughout in weighs against the most boarding Bouse system which pre vails in All the towns of America and against the of food As Well As the in decorous Hasle in Bich it is universally bolted or Buckingham does not Admire the state of society in Washington with More of ostentation there in less of hospitality and less of elegance than in new York and a sort of aristocratic a r is strangely mingled with manners far from to shed or refined the taste for parties of is Are committed on their bodies their i re neither cultivated nor strengthened 1ft it a recapitulation of the adventures and occupations of the evening during All our in All our visits i do not remember a mole instance in which any literary 01 scientific subject was the topic of conversation Riha merits of any Book or any author the subject of discussion there seemed in Bort United in the circles of Washington ill the pretensions of a Metropolis he frivolity of a watering place and Union was anything but agreeable besides the opportunities we possessed of seeing the largest assemblies at the presi Dent s room and at private parties attended a concert Given by Madame Ca radon Allan at Carnis s Saloon where it he i ii the often Wili a sight chair Only and that frequently a broken one floor Are strewed in the confusion heaps of con and around on the greatest disorder and Iessi onal documents was said ill the Beauty and fashion of Wash Egton were present and being advantageous we had the Best Opportunity of observation the female Beauty was not to be compared in number or degree to that which we had seen in similar assemblages in new York Philadelphia and Baltimore nor was there nearly As much leg me of dress or gracefulness and propriety of manner ii udies were noisy Anil almost vociferous in versa Ion which is contrary to the neral habit of american ladies who Art Rhode tray cml and ret in g in m red society Han the i is an to e Man were in Al boisterous in their manners with a great or attempt at Layug the i Andy or Beau than be had before observed in o in j Jurney through vip county the concert room was very arg and the ladies were intermingled in All parts with the gentlemen Init apr of these last stood yet the greater up even Durins Tarjie logs of firewood piled up in pyramids the Wash Bason and Zuei printed books and a litter of unfolded and Unbro Slud clothes. The drawing room of the hotel or Board ing House is used by All equally and is usually in better condition than Tow private apart ments though even in these the dust of the Wool fires Universal in the multiplicity of newspapers and other things scattered about take away All appearances of cleanliness or Al a act the eating room is used for inner Tea and supper and a Long table spread out the whole length of the room is kept always Laid throughout entire Day and night the process is this the table is first Laid Over night for breakfast when this meal is Over however the table is merely swept so As to remove the Connos and the cloth not being taken off even to be shaken or folded up is suffered to co retinue on for dinner the Only Pecau lion used partaking at All of cleanliness being that of laying the d inner plates which Are put on the moment breakfast is their faces downward so that they my not receive the dust dinner is brought on at the appointed Hoir Hul so unacquainted Vav Ith Comfort or so indifferent to it Are the parties furnishing it thai no warm kites Are provided Iron Forks alone Are used the earthenware and Glass Are of the commonest description and often broken indeed articles that would be thrown onion the Rich mercy Rentof new Orleans t wealthy planter from Arkansas Alabama and Tennessee with the More polished and haughty landowner of Georgia and Virginia the successful Speculator in land from Ken Tulky Ohio Missouri and Michigan the Rich capitalist from Boston and new York the grave Quaker from Providence Philadel phia the official function by from Washin ten and the Learned professor from new a Haven Cambridge or Hartford who Are Lound mingled in strange vanity in Ciu Gress Hall of this aggregate National As Zemuly or Buckingham there were quite As Manv elegant men and a great Many More Beautiful women than Are usually seen among a similar nut Uger of persons assembled in any Public room at Brighton Cheltenham or Bath those from the South Bear away the Palm of superiority in Beauty and manners there being an ease a Grace an elegance or polish about the South the period Between breakfast at 8 o clock. At 5, is occupied by the More Active in excursions to the surround tag Points of attraction on horseback in Carriage but the greater number remain at Home Aud the drawing loom the general lounge where groups of the Young Are formed hours engaged in the merest gossip of trifling talk for 4t hardly deserves the rime of conversation and next or books music apr drawing occupy Ai y portion of the time dress for dinner Nils a vacant hour at one and Al Hall past one drawing room is again crowded with the pro menacing parties a waiting for of the folding to admit them to dinner the hurry and Bua breakfast scene is again repealed with Little of table enjoyment to reconcile the parties beat and noise of the room the fare is what in England would be called coarse and dishes few in num Ber and wretchedly cooked beside being All lukewarm and the miserable1 sprinkling of bad vegetables being almost at Eold As if they had been dressed on the preceding Day no for the dishes or Tarm plates for the appointed in suffice Elcy of altogether an ill managed and ill enjoyed dinner the escape from this is almost Asra pid As from the breakfast and fifteen minutes May be regarded As the average time occupied in it though a Evv May sit perhaps Twenty to Twenty five mind is but half an hour the afternoon i literally whiled away be tween the drawing room and the sleeping room or in the spacious and Shady piazzas i 1 , who e tic ladies were seated Bohinc and bus Iii them Many 1 ept their hats on and a great Nir Ribor came Wilh v allying Sticks so that when Ary part of the music was applauded it was done by the loud est knocking of these Sticks against the floor Here a go Oil Story is told of an English Singer which does much Honor to her spirit and sense a general living in the neighbourhood of Philadelphia who a i become Bud Lenly Rich furnished a House in a costly manner and gave Gay parties he had Little else but his wealth Hon Ivor to Render them attract his w be Bein especially untutored and he be Joi pers Philadelphia inquirer umbrellas Are like the fleeting hours of gone they never come the Dew on the mount summer dried Spray of Gona and forever pleasure is so general however that dissipation May be said to be the leading characteristic of Washington society and one sees this fearfully exhibited in the paleness and languor of the Young ladies who Are brought Here from their Homes to fashionable life these Are of feebleness and exhaustion from late hours and continued excitement Long Belore their forms Are fully developed or their constitutions perfectly formed and while these Rava Foco a the. Name of a sort of Lucifer match. Unpolished As h had named before came Rich and both Vav re elevated to their present importance without the requisite per Sonal qual Ficat on to it to Render Une of their parties More than usually popu Lar they invited or and mrs Wood their guests these at first de calmed on the ground of but they j were pressed with so much saints less that they at Leng h were subdued Imo consent when the entertainment of he even in Val fairly commenced and la i is among in via tors a 1 in in less Mvi de mrs Vond to seat v Efell at the Piai o As the co n any would be i to hear her Beautiful Oice but mrs Wood begged with a very Erious countenance to he excused at first he astonishment created by this refusal was Vinced by dead silence and a five Stire int at length the i appointed hostess broke Orth not sing mrs Wood Why t Nis for this that i Mvi de you to my party should not have thought of asking you but Cor this and i told All try guests that Yon were coming and tint they would hear you sing1 oh1 rep led mrs Wood with great readiness quite alters the Case i was not at All Alvare of this or i should not have refused but since you have invited me professionally 1 is All of course sing immediately 1 hat s a Good creature re Ned the hostess i thought you could not St in refusing me to or Wood scat de herself at the piano Sang delightfully and to tha entire gratification of hostess and guests gave without hesitation every song she was asked for and some were encoded on the following Ray when the Host and hostess were counting up the Cost of their entertain rent for Rich As they were thay had not lost their former regard for Economy to their utter consternation there came a b 11 from or Wood of two Hii died dollars for mrs Wool s professionals vices at the party of the preceding accompanied by a note couched in Erms that made it qui e certain that the demand would be legally enforced in attempted to be resisted and however much they were mortified by this unexpected de Mand they deemed it most prudent to pay it and hold their tongues the hotels of which strangers gent rally reside for a Evv Days bore they get into a boarding House if they intend a Long residence in the City or where they remain entirely if their visit is a Short one Are or ally inf nor to those of new York Philadelphia or Baltimore and the boarding houses Are still worse in both the domestics Are All negroes and in the latter mostly slaves they Are generally dirty in their persons slovenly in their apparel and unskillful and inattentive in their duties in boarding houses the members of Congress House them occupy a which they use for office Bureau receiving room and All and on pass by these Whin the door is open one bees a foil Post without canopy or Furni Ture the upper extremities of the posts nol being even connected Frame work and the bed pushed close up Tho Wall away a oat in England continue to be used Here As broken As they Are and no one seems to think of repairing or mending vhf hire provisions arc of the poorest kind and most wretchedly cooked an i prepared the d Shes Are All brought to table without covers and Are consequently cold before the parties Are seated and with the exception of now and then but very rarely a Good fish Rock fish and Perch from the River Potomac we never j partook of any Good dish of poultry or vegetables during All our slay in washing ton though not at All fastidious in our taste society Here or difficult to please in this respect prefer ring always the Plain and simple in food Ai we As drink the Tablecloth used for breakfast and dinner remains on for Tea which is taken at the same Long table from common earthen Tea broken and smoked by Long standing before the fire and after supper the same cloth still remains on for 1 a St the text Rooming which in Laid overnight As s Ion As the supper is done 1 to same Heiy in eat ii g was observe i in Here As in All the other cities we had i 1 s Ted the boarders Are ring out of Btl by a noisy Hind Bell at half past seven and at e uht the Breil fast is begun Miry person Leuned to us to finish in five minutes but Noi e sex a Quarter of an hour and the ins ant any one hid done he up quilted the table and a Cal into the drawing room to read the newspapers so that it some times happened that at a Quarter past eight we came Down and Lound every body gone leaving us in exclusive Possession of the Breakf St table Al dinner it was the same and the whole style and manner of Liv ing had a col Iniss and selfishness about it which we could not approve tins extract gives one a tolerable idea of the manner of i life in the Capitol of the Toni Ted slates w hich with the exception of some of the Hall barbarous new Western towns to he the most disagreeable p Ace of residence in the Union there can do no doubt that the existence of slavery in this District has much to do with creating Sueh a state of things As Ond As Washington is one of Tho great slave marts of the country where buyers and sell ers of their fellow or itunes come to traffic i flesh ind where men women and children Are put up to auction and sold to erns whether ladies or gentlemen cd those of the North As far As my observation has yet extended did not attain the women Are incomparably More Beautiful Aid we saw i pre some from Carolina Virginia and Maryland especially from Charleston Norfolk and Baltimore that would Grace any court in Europe while from Philadelphia and new York there were also some Lovely countenances especially among Tho Young my opinion indeed was Here strongly con firmed that there is no country in Europe in which there Are so Many Beautiful faces among the women As in this the symmetry of their features the contrast Between the Marble whiteness of their complexion and their dark eyes and hair Small Mouths Ard Beautiful White and regular Teeth Are the thief traits of their Beauty but on the other hand they or Verenda in one of which fronting the Gar Den Al the Back of the House the gentlemen retire to smoke their cigars and in the other in front of the House ladies and gentle men no otherwise occupied mingle 10 the promenade i All the great houses eve cry thing is sacrificed to appearance 1 be piazzas Are of splendid dimensions 200 feet by 20 and 50 High stip posted by lofty pillars entwined with spinal of the dining Halls capable of seating 400 per sons the drawing rooms especially that of the United of magnificent any one 1 Hough this and Many other sections of or Buckingham s work abound in information inst reflection and entertaining descriptions of social manners and usages not a Little of it May be referred to what for of a better name we May term the Tain you by the Button school that in in author having once Mads sure of his Reader in the discharge of those social and Domestic do 11 Are sooner or later called upon ties which ail to discharge1 take the general routine of a Day at the Springs As an example All Rise Between 6 and1 7 o clock and at half past 7, the draw room of each of the larger hotels is filled with from 200 to 400 persons the Jim 1 s a courting a woman the Deuce you Are is she very pretty " Don t know i Havn t been Able to see her lace yet for the pay ii s on it. She it in Call d a put Venish brickbats Gumbo whar bouts does you lib now i does it lib no Gib up residing theek weeks ago and moved off run count of de welder Philadelphia scaffold org has be Piil stripped from the Steeple of the new episcopal Charch of St it towers to the skies in ajl its Grace simple Al a genre and Beauty gentlemen who have travelled from the North assure us that it is the handsomest spire they have seen As looked at it about Twilight a few eve we lists upon of Swo Are to inmates w re seen in a Tapa tatty by pm w a whelming him with a flood of irrelevant matter or with what has but the slightest connection with the subject in hand True the Reader sees historical and statistical painted upon the warning Post of title Page yet he is not prepared for Ike de luge of topographical history awaits him and therefore he gets impatient or out of temper at ending the course of the personal narrative which is generally amusing and instructive continually interrupted by dry statistics and Ong digressions or Buckingham visited the Saratoga Springs at which in the season the company affords the european stranger a representation of All the Cla Tsei tube of folding floors Are thrown open for admission to the dining Hall Law number seat themselves at breakfast the orally a substantial Onea variety of placed on the table and few persons break fasting without partaking of some description of animal food but the rapidity with which it is despatched is its most remarkable Fea Ture the longest time taken by the slowest be ing Nerer More than fifteen minutes some of the quickest getting through the meal in five minutes and the average number occupying about ten the Busy cities the reason assigned for haste is the keen Pursuit of business and tie i eager desire logo to Jyce counting House Soj store but Here with entire Day before them and nothing whatever to do they eat with Joist the same Hast As at other places the contest for the dishes is a perfect scram ble the noise and Clatter of Watis and their wares is a Oli iely lit Leinung no one rings s Nee the Young Moon just rising be Hind it we were struck with its Beauty and imposing Effi it t a Church will be finished very Eho itly and will do High credit to the accomplish architect or Stewart of Phila Delphia we shall shortly give a More de tailed description of this Noble Structure. Enquirer Taek and give with equity. We need not be surprised when those who ask or seek for improper things fall into misfortunes which they did not expect riches dwell no longer in the hands of a Liberal Man than patience in the heart of a Lover or wader in a Sieve As Soons a person takes pleasure in Heap ing slander he u to be ranked in the number ii is i of slanderers. A Saip a Bible amt newspaper in every House a Good school in every District Al studied and appreciated at they Merit Are the principal supporters of Moriley and civil Liberty i t he Ijes dowry the marriage i of a Young lady is when she has in her o gets precisely what he wants though iat Nanee mildness in Udom one is be Archiej after Lom Ethine 15n her be Havior of v it spa Perl spa Perl

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