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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 9, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA important notice of Peotone so hic Kotur gel Gosf nn3 fifty cents deducted and for Cash actually in i Tusco Nimuel until arrearage Are at the option of the editor. Not exceeding twelve for one Dollar and for1 dry sub a Twenty five cents. Not Kea not lines inserted for cents. A yearly. Advertisers do what s be myth srahf1 Stoll by Ledta Fiersuk. Swot be the Sweet the Bright the Beau now passed away already has she the fragrant spirits of her Favourite and we a fld her seat Fri of i fuck that lay1 a minature Promontory tipping flood arched Ove r with tie fragrant Birch and wild 8at heedless of our mirth with flushed Cheek and tears Tel eyes and swered to our exclamations by clasping her hands and repeating god saw All that he we Moss ,0 the zephyrs had made and behold it was very Good if Tod them away u heaven and she sat Down around her upon the Green drops upon the Graves where and began to weave garlands of the Flowers Ltd moulders until she shall return that we had gathered but Sarah had Only them to a glorious resurrect in one Flower a pure White Rose which she had Frei them to a go y i love the holy blossoms i Plo Cfred from a Bush that drooped Over the Vej Peled paling of a glorious Garden that Lay in Par d that when Man for sin was expelled i paling of a Gaious Garnen us Tilise infinite Wisdom suffered Meek Terres quite Down to the River us. Or. sin rate Flower cried scatter Over the thorns of earths. One single cried the merry eyed garlands of Ede ii Flowers to you Are very indolent Sarah or l easily wide of the cried Sarah with a quiet smile i would Stop at no exertion to obtain my and i would rot be satisfied without it if Flora would empty her whole Treasury into my favorite cried Imogene Why All the Flowers Are favourites with me. I should not be Able to choose amongst them. Pray Tell us wherein your favorite excels All the Juthe Earth " a and All others Bull 1 lid him Ever of that he i has lost i that through him who is the be Surrec he life he May regain. And Elo Atli do they perform their Mission with a heavenward eyes and still Balmy verging Ever of humility and Hope . naught no Ano Young so Beautiful As v co life has no Bliss so Sweet a of their Rich perfume. .5111 All other of their Rich perfume a Sells arc Gross and. Earthly Tores cud in weariness and l a spirit Down to the Earth by. The of Sweet Flowers refreshes the senses l fills when summer Hama the our zone an Eden adj fair Flowers Vethe spirit of life to the wat Scono. I Vesper the in Light shadows creep up from Dell and filling Tho wild Wood Bowers with a do Ami soothing influence and the soft Mcl of the Bird of evening gushing fro Imbi. on the wounded of soft Wing of the Angel of Consolation. Tis Forth at and kneeling the stately colonnades of that Temple not Rowle with hands blend the Low breathing of broken contrite heart with the More Hoy worship of Tho children of the altar. The Sweet voiced Rose wreathed summer a to me a Book of gentle memories preen every scented pictures of the the mourned the absent.-, her flow " and Birds Are eloquent of Many a fair and voice of Melody that once joined with me to go Forth amid Joy things. The voice of the Hue of 1 simple Flower will Oft times bring up from j by heart a gush of life s morning and spread through my spirit it. To Rah such. The desert Pilgrim might feel if he were we by Rha Gic to the Green Bower by the that Sang to his blessed then i forget the lapse of years with their weariness and broken asked ambition Andi Alythe cruel phantoms that hive mocked me Way 1 am again to child a Happy child and stretch my arms clasp the Bright companions who were to As sister blossoms As sinless Long Birds joyous. For the same reasons i Blue All b ids she never sings a melancholy i Strain or sits drooping amid the autumn scared a Favourite Bird too Well now i love All the Birds even the shining Black Crow. Do Tell girls it the rest of you have favor ites Imogen. I said Louisa 1 love All the Birds and Flowers but i have a pre Ference. My idol Flower is the Peone be cause it is so Brilliant and tree like and of the Birds. I worship a the Goldfinch forms Beauty and celebrity. Name your pets fair the Pearly Lily for its fragrance Jority and drooping mein and the Turtle for or constant heart and pensive 1 Liu Lff deemed we ii that sunny Clay that each in her fanciful Choice had shadowed her future destiny and yet so it was. Rosa fair Anil Sweet As her Lily and con Stant As the Dove was Early widowed o her hearts Choice and still remains a Beautiful lavishing the gushing of her affectionate heart on the two children whom her husband loved who shared with her his last embrace. Louisa reigned a Belle and won wealth and the celebrity so much prize a. Remaining like the Goldfinch the most Brilliant and Gay of All fashion s flatterers. Imogene still love All the Birds and flow still a Maiden from her own Choice benign and gentle to All human kind and be loved by All who come within the sphere of her influence. Sarah the pensive child of deep dark Eye and p rec Zacious intellect grew to Maiden Hood loved one one Only poured out the spirit of Poesy in numbers Sweet As the per fume of her loved White Rose and Welcome to the soul As the Blue Birds song. And like them she passed away in the Bright summer of her life Rich with the incense of piety and a Joyful Faith in her redeemer. They Are All gone from me. I _ i Sweet to ther name of Jesus j surely never seek by a sin Gle doubt to Darken the of Faith or to withdraw the same from the Rock of its Sal vation the soul without Regon is Ike a ship without a rudder or ballast on a Stor my sea to snob an one is death eternal agony 0h thou who from the Pinnacle of Buynan Wisdom loosest contemptuously upon those who have Faith in the crucified Are there not hours when be would barter All Jour splendid attainments for a Little child s Bone of would St thou thy summer of life is departing when the Days Are Brief and Cloudy and Damp and chill when the last faint Flower Are the latest warbles Warbler ready to depart of what would St thou give for Faith in him who is the the life. Through whom the Christian ipod joyfully to a summer that shall never Pas away. The question settled. The editors of the Picayune gives us Fol lowing Vej Kurac to from an Oregon War speech recently delivered in the far it May be considered As decisive of this great question whar i say whar is the individual who Toylie Treopie of the United slates. Written by a lady or Thila Dei phia first foot and first outside Ain t no such Indi dual. Tanc occupations to a country Over which the american Eagle has flown i scorn treaty occupation d n treaty occupation. Who wants a parcel of Low Flung outside Barba ring to go. In Cahoot with us and share Hake a piece of land that always was and always will be ours nobody. Some people talk As though they was afeard of England. Who s Hain t we licked her twice and the time near when a n the majesty of its strength must through he spirit of patriotic Devotion incline its est efforts for the Honor and sat Atton of its country their it Isi Well if Freedom s sons Combine in a Union of determined Zeal Lor the Protection 6f our moral Laws and Goveri Rne it regulations the chair of state is to be filled the highest noblest depart ment of official Power what a staunch a peal to the Vigi Leace of discretionary Zeal is the present crisis a period that must soon witness the retirement of our beloved presi Dent Tyler from his Active and patriotic securing a nation s welfare from the elevated position of authority from whence issued Bis glorious vetoes and whose Wisdom and integrity has placed a commemorative Page a vibe catalogue of Hunan great Ness. Then is it not a Wiinie fore very Brave mind to pause ami1 Briare the most prudent and Wise our future Advance ment and glory. Is it not a time to exer Cise caution and test the Zeal of judgment by placing in our presidential chair a Man worthy by Precept arid example to Tum the lofty obligations of state with and virtuous integrity a Man of unwavering Prin Ciple and soul warmed by the generous impulses of sacred humanity. Then what be Ings save those led by the vile machinations of the Blind god would choose such a Man As Clay to take the reins of government a t in just port on Man the High nested Witri on Shair teas t we View a nations Dot Najl our proud Eagle scream s party ill to All Prosperity in american a Friend to Honor wives ready done. Import Iheme Ivein without delay by litter paid executive in d led 10" give the names w the members fee. It a if is important that this step secure a nation of democratic party than now Lex its for these to and Cherith Pyotr bosoms the holy Farne of love and patriotism and Honor for your country Rouse up and in the mighty of All that s great and excellent Lead your husbands to a Noble Wise and just decision in tins grand and All important mat Ter your country Nowr demands it i love truth and Justice demand it and every principle based upon Virtues of christianity Calls for it Irr a cadence of Power that reaches beyond the limits of mor them logo tothe polls Early and vote Foi arid Dallas. On shall keep the of state or tre circulated in a leu n of duelling and even now a the is can t we lick her agin lick her yes list As easy As a bar can slip Down a fresh peeled some folks talks about the Navy of England but who cares for the Navy others say that she is the Mist iness of the Ocean. Supposing she aint we the Mas ters of it can t we Cut a canal from the Mississippi to the Mammoth Cave of Kaintuck turn All the water into it and dry up the d n Ocean in three weeks whar then would be the Navy it would be no whar there never would have been any Atlantic. Ocean if it had t been for the Mississippi nor never will be after we be turned the Waters of that big drink into the Mam Moth Cave when that s done you la see All their steam ships and their sail ships they splurge so much about lying High and dry to underpin so Many Lurk Les left ashore at Law. Ti3e. That s the Way Well fix pm. Who s Fearil a warming pan in Ireland a warming pan is called a Fri a. Not Many years ago an unsophisticated girl took service in a hotel in the town of a in a no. His life has min dissipation and age of 07 would throw Down the m Gauntlet to the first offending antagonists circumstance Mijat happen to present. Horri ble most is not yet the Wood of poor Cilly screaming from the Chambers of the dead and the tears of his widow and orphans moistening his untimely grave. Look at it think of it a Young and Noble representative in Congress Cut off in the Bloom of intellectual glory to satisfy the blood thirsty Call of a revengeful assailant. And who wrote the Challenge Henry Clay. And who has been the cause of a Loving wife and fond Mother being deprived of her rat son and now living a hapless maniac As is generally understood that the bereaved . This time exists in All the loneliness of her sad soul. Is such a Man bearing the impress of inhumanity a suitable object to hold in Trust the High regulations of our mor Al government a mar. Of vacillating revengeful according to Bis own written professions and Tenor of conduct in the senatorial Halls. What is so tremendous so daringly wicked As the due list a per son in a deliberate and preme imitative mood Orin id to satisfy a thirst for revenge will stalk to the Field of combat to spill his brother s blood according to the code of most infamous appellation to the dreary deed forbearance. Few Virtues Are More easily or justly a preciated-4han a mild Demeanour and forbear Ance toward a with whom we Are daily brought in Gen tie yielding of self to circumstance and a deference and to those about us., possessing this one Glide in area by and unruffled manner e Stor my changes of life giving and receiving Hap All to Ives. Be it understood because the is of Sitio is too indolent or insipid to the affected by. Either Good of but from a Clairm and persevering determination to make the Best of look on the Bright Side of the picture in every instance. Forbearance is but another name for Charity the greatest of the Cardi Nai Virtues. The exercise of forbearance to 1st. Associate thew fett informed of the condition of parties 2d that to Hentie and Correct inform Ion May be disseminated 3d that the Federal May form authentic and official and which Reed upon by our friends for and especially to counteract tie press docs which May be created by the publication in the whig journals of. The results of elections it is already ascertained that that party have a Well organized system of not Only in the publication of turns of the Jota Licatina of tracts and documents. Of Thi Neutral every the Union attend to Tebei first Branch a red Thel whig franking committee at Washington Are attending m m i the latter by publishing and disseminating one opinions for thes oath and another set manufacturing and. Abolition the North we Stilso documents Forte North making mr., to Lek a free Trade Man and documents of Ottllie South making him a Tariff Man. These Fraad St have Bocen detected if this therefore our friends to guard disc red 8y 3 is Ward our Fellows and toward the circumstances of life is one. Of tha greatest is eno7 inasmuch As by the it we promote own happiness As Welt As that of those sur Anil comparative Hap Pincus do those enjoy How Little who allow the most to weigh up on their minds who seem almost determined to reverse the order of nature because it happens to Cross their inclinations. With them self predominates Over they cannot yield an Iota to the opinions or happiness of those about them while they same person to make even greater sacrifices to them. Yield far As you consistently the opinions and welfare of others and by so doing you reap your own Reward in an internal satisfaction Only produced by the conscious nabs of having done Well. It everything coming from until substantiated by information de tved from those whose Effort will toe deceive hut to enlighten with the we do hot hesitate to say that the elections which have Heeny and Are being published j do the can be relied our friends for any purpose. They Are As accurate Asun official returns can. Possibly be some of which from necessity being copied from whig papers. The official returns will published in the Globe As soon As. They Are .receive.d. When the organization proposed by this notice is Complete the facility for getting the Correct returns will be such As is desired we Appeal to the democracy in those sections of Coji try where notions exit to forthwith organize and report in accordance with 1 the above. We Raki this Appeal not from any doubt of the strength of Bur Causer that we Haye not num Bej a to carry i Jpn to Victory. We must not despise the enemy however corrupt or weak they May be but knowing them to be weak curious Philadelphia Ledger states that a new Orleans editor has quit political speculation an Jaken to Mathe Matics. A late number of his paper contains a calculation that " the number who have lived upon the Earth has been Estima Ted at about this sum when divided by the number of Square mites of land gives to a Square Rod and five to to Square foot 11 the living Ore faraway and no longer the Bright brow a heart whole girls that sported by the River. The world has set its Seal on and hand and forehead. I should not know them now. Neither would they recognize their former companions in the weary spirited Recluse. But when 1 see the Flowers or heat Trie Carol of the hints which they named As theirs my heart thrills with Sweet regretful memories. There is scarce a wild Blossom that does not speak to me of some dear com pan Pinsof my sunny Days. I have wept Over the wild jessamine the honeysuckle Eglan Tine the starry Snow drop for the bakes of thy fair children who wore them in their hair. Our season of Joy Bloom and Melody is like the departed summer. We have loved till our hearts Are weary we have wept till our eyes Are dim we have toiled till our hands Are feeble some for the daily bread that supports a bitter life some for wealth some in the More wearisome Tion. A u have toiled and All Are weary. Our summer is departing. We must soon lie Down like faded summer Flowers each in the cold bosom of the grave and our spirits like Birds must pass to other lands of such of us As can spread our wings with Awood Hope in god through our1 Ever blessed poor thing she had never heard of warming Nan in her life though she regularly confessed to a Friar once a year. It to happened on a cold and drizzly night that a priest took Long legs in the inn. He travelled far and being weary retired at an Early hour. Soon after the mistress of the House called the servant girl. ".Betty, put the Friar into no. 0 up went Betty to the poor priest. Your reverence must go into no. 6, my mistress How what asked he annoyed at disturbed. Your reverence must go 6. There was no help for it and the priest arose donned a dressing gown and went in to no. 6. A in about fifteen minutes the mistress de to Betty. Put the Friar into no. 4." Betty said something about disturbing Bis which her mistress did il1vo.v Foj 1 1 the very essence of degradation. Honor is suppose a Square Rod capable of being divided Noble with All its holy attributes but never speak the hallowed name under a crime so wilfully murderous. Is it honorable to be of _ a demoniacal or irascible temper suffering habitats supposing they had been equally every Little event on the a actuating theatre __sin_1 a ice try. Into twelve Graves each grave would contain a Hundred persons so that the whole Earth has been 100 times dug. Over to in of time to unsettle the equilibrium of disposition and serenity of our nature surely not. Wisdom with its grand associations cries no common sense Ever revolts at it the wretch who throws Down he deadly were the bodies Laid urion the surface they would cover the land to the depth of 10d the bulletin where Are All these bodies we answer Fiat they Are All existing somewhere in new modifications of matter or under new forms. And should make us More vigilant and Active to guard against the unfair and in just Means to which they will from Neces sity resort to Coyer we can assure our friends that we have no doubt Polk and Dallas will be we must nevertheless do our duty. Make the with another View that channels maybe established through which we can develop to the american people of the most corrupt and . Schemes e ver concocted by any party which been Iet on. Foot by a Bilgery to subjugate Republican lib erty and bring our institutions Down to the Footstool of the tyranny of the old we do not fear the scheme. Its exposure will not Only defeat its object but Helm the men and the party Ved and Are attempting to mature Call Gauntlet under some slight or Auy Provo a the game particles which formed a portion of lion is More criminal than the Midnight As j Tfaye Braiu of the Brighte by of ancient philos. Sassin or pirate of the roaring seas. From j Phi go May now compose the substance of such beings we expect nothing but treachery turnip or de imprisoned in the scarce Ani and murder. But from those who hold an j 0 a tadpole honorable station in society men of vast literary and accomplishments we a Man 1 Richmond reverence stand so she told , in a Sharp i Bice to do always As she was directed and she would always do right. Up went the unhappy priest despite Bis of angry protestations was obliged to turn out of no 6 and go Uwono. 4. But Little time elapsed Ere was told to put the Friar into no. 8, and the poor1 priest thinking that everybody was in the house.-, arid sturdily resolved to wait in the morning crept into the Damp sheets of no 8 but he was to enjoy no peace there Fife try was again directed to put the Friar into no 3, and with obeyed. To in about tears in an hour the the self same Bower. There were and a Saab All Sweet Yat entirely dissimilar in mind and person utterly dissimilar have their through it was d Bright Bummer a Day in june that we went out to play a Eizile the Noble River our glad our and. Our voices rung out the songs of the we Tho dells the Fig the counting the t fragile the nest to Chat cd to dip our feet in the laughing water. In the presence of the lord Here it Joy Here is Consolation Here is a Balm for every wound a. Solace for All the ills of life immortality a blessed immortality amongst the Flowers that grow by the River of life which flows from the everlasting throne a Tipsy fellow making a Long rigmarole speech titular remarked to or. One of the purest articles look for civilized she human actin Ris. Hat can deliberately set Down j not i in particular Challenge that must be answered by the blood i a a this brother or fellow a wretch leed a wilful murderer who merits better Fate than endless misery Angels of perdition. There is no among the perhaps an his own words look Tot Everue alone of a kind devoted son to whom she looked up 1 for the support of government do not raise Vith glad i the question of Protection which i had hoped Ami hopeful feelings perhaps a fond father Tad been put to rest there is no necessity j of projection for Protection speech in the Senate january 1842. Aged Mother left to mourn the untimely loss who has listened in the Pride of hit his glowing eloquence in the chamber of de Bate anticipating in future to see his lofty brow decked with the laurels of merited Glo re has he a sister a brother must of Nimg from the water of death to enjoy bed herself and the Dew and sunlight of an the Friar was ordered into her room wonder no Yinat it All meant. Betty roused up the i priest told hint he must go into no 11. H Monk crossed himself counted his beads us went into no. Happened that the husband of the Landlady was troubled to. Fin pm with the Green Pye i monster. Going up to amongst the burning Seraphim nor Nus therefore suspicions., density with hallelujah of Bea k. I _ i Bethe desolation of their hearts to see so no ble a tie severed by the stroke of inhuman revenge but the wife the that broken hearted distracted woman f she u the Mother of the Sweet Darlings she bore to so deep that the friends Liberty throughout the world Ito the remo test generations will exec rate their very names. When the organization is Complete the exposure will be made and their plan rendered abortive. Therefore Ranize East and West. P. S. This a to give democracy that the whig Central committee in this City Are publishing documents purporting to Shew the votes of Polk Wei Abvia fact if they do not in All cases actually falsify his votes suppress some of the connected therewith and thus give a false aspect to them. It will be the the democratic party in every Section of the Dis credit these vile whig slanders As they Are ask suspension of a Blic and write immediately to Washington to the executive committee of the democratic association to the real facts in each Case to be from the congressional archives As authenticated by the clerk in charge of them. The associations throughout the washingtonian society Down East i pleased to pay the postage on All has a gentleman by the name of Allcorn for common cations sent to thet executive com of spirit that he he whereunto the doctor thereupon assented. To president. Presides the members Are 07 it is said that All the Hork blowers bleeding anguish of her bereaved soul an her. Cruel heartless a the would Rob of this Hope r is the porous it is every thing to Chi Len could the reckless infidel i sowl asleep. To Rouse the How Good to to rest upon or impotence when our Burden is1 too great for Riiman a lure How Sweet it is Afflic 1 calumnies him into the Street was the was the mistake next the priest in formed the innkeepers. Had , he Learned to Hii amazement to that he had been serving the might As a Sun what burning does memory beat when her murdered Loi sorrowing vision. Cut off in Bis palmy poor Cilly a Young and Noble that might have used to a Good of age reaping the Lawes of his Manly and moral excellence whereas his beloved partner is left a bereaved and sorrowing widow i his rather singular As when he j the democratic association at Wash Ogton whose Wujs in All cases be postage paid. 0 i she papers the u. States will Silba Erve the Ca use. Of the Lemoc giving the fullest publicity until it shall be seen in tse re weit Paru Jouthe Union. Treyve earnestly w the leading Clay Quested to do 80. By order of the executive committee. James to c. P. Hangs tack Secretary. The Savanna ref Chican in j we deny Skaf or. Clay or the whigs of tvhoie1 Tan Ibisate for of of the Compromise r 4i Hom it to we must re Polk Oil the Tarp pm Foffi a pay of go Vennen practicable by its and All other Means within try and to Protection the interests Cilly As hanging to the skirts of Henry ghost now to for Revenue Anili sett he at Ine spa ferr

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