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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 20, 1847, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI. P. Mirtil editor and Tioga co1twtt, Parer two ind fiby pm Erer Asive of ded acted if within the year and for Cash mad Nee oae will be deducted paper discontinued until All Are id. Unless at the option of the editor. _ advertisements nol Uii Teri three times brow Dollar and forever Tab sequent insertion . Notices not exceeding -.iilmes, inserted fors evenly five Cento 1 he charge for one or three insertions the nine. Liberal discount to yearly advertisers. 0 i my country. Nay Tell me not of each Bright spot where Rome s proud Eagle 1 he Nibur e peace of hapless Greece where blood like rain waa bed or memory lights fair Princeton s where Freedom fought and won Ami he who Lei to glory s bed waa our own Wash sotos know that Fame Bath Many a dime that me cannot destroy and age shall read the Page thai cells of fallen Troy Hung a Banner Flung out o or the Walls of time Hern shines As Bright in living Light the name of Ullram Lyme. Oft read of England a s dead who at f those who us Neal. Indi t a no i o Kim country True it word my heart has cd Lrroy nor can us of incs i Hill when i read of those who hied and die i at Hunker Jill. Sons of France have am the i snap of haughty Gocmen 0 i Many a Plain of sunny Spain deep the haughty foe d Greece May boast of heroes list her two Marathon Fiji there is not another spot lath reared a Washington. From t fit tipperary the disappointed gallants. Gie Itig a Allsboro wednesday october 20 1847. A nol i lure Cerla his i Road Bly won Recti enga fair enga Lurn ire Sci Dene c Rae i a Tell ing i h s t your piled High mail Ning years five the o self to ring out Towa Hoffe Tyle thin with Parlo read Aston hour had a an Perenc Ibe p b do the a Hart Young cavalry officer stationed undred Miles from Clonmel was re to his quarters on escort duty on a Day in the Early part of last week y Wera proceeding quietly along the Aea the officer roue up to a remarks a intelligent a Ell droned Young who was profile fading in the same i with be heroes the officer i in conver Balion with the sprightly a and he was 10 taken with her no Mannera and appearance that be liked by her Side until they be Gale leading to the rear need and w the aver f the Rev. If. Hofferman Parish priest ban. Is Tare my father slyly said and it is just dinner Welcome to join she Well know t the enamoured sworn could not leave p be impossible for me to accept and invitation As 1 am on re e Gallant son of Mars ii Sai j she Confer a Meliment upon me by accepting my 3n to Dine with us on to Morrow eve and As my lather who is advanced in i Fery particular Don t be later than Ock j i bring a Friend w it h me inquired eur in crts shall be As Welcome As your was the answer parties separated and the next eve bout five o clock Voo martial looking might be seen wending their the to potable residence of falter an dressed m the most captivating heir hyperion curls and must chios brightly and scented Odonne Rousky Rowland s y arrive at the double Tanta visitors walk into the and see before them not Tea object r fond wishes but father Hof Ternan with spectacles on nose engaged a work on dogmatic theology. Ii said hit reverence do anything for you 7" come to was the answer dinner who invited you said the de priest 1 am done dinner this or was the reply daughter Slid father Hofier Nan 1 m Only a poor priest and i never Kughler nor never will explanation look full copies he whole off if was made to Bis Rev a description of the Lair one was id after an immoderate fit of laughter is exclaimed Quinn Peggy Quinn you la never with Jour and Hen look be chief actor be said go Home and learn sense Umb Aggei Lothario with his no leu in Comrade bade the poor priest a evening and wended their Way Home in agreeable or comfortable mood Tki parlor tried alive is anything More horrifying to can any Hing be More a Rible than the reality i can ne1 e a my boyhood a imn Renias on this with lost practice o lands w old and b a thoughts and fancies ving my memory to be App re fully Borer forget a beet f Mere this Day ing and terror. I was old of the the inhabitants of some Heathen when their parents a rde some or when the were hopi Lessly sick took them o Fields or dug a aha and cover worn the fancy Pir Ness the can Nee y tits and which my unfeeling the feel til Lall Els pairing cast upon Shnek that struggling up last y the River s aide an of Bole in Ibe Sand Lai d them Ibe old weary just ready to red to me with terrible Bole scene 1 could the Earth thrown Trupo ibs mockery of corp a childish imagination lol on had feeling enough i having the Mouth Opan 1 was resign of that the dim and Ibe grave s Bottom i shriek that roce strut become r friends t having them in be Way be. My distinct and i the Vic Sion with i me the begin at breathe d and de add Eye Ould Bear to Ona of last agony and aril a silent As Tjie grave bal night a a night Al for years was full of the boy. I i we outlive such feelings in a learn to re to Ihrl Nati part of the Riby o. In of Miles a out of sigh saw them Side of us Quaintance we have be followed it grave opened anew for some purpose a been the i Clolie an be was b Ard such cruelties As a and excuse them education of the people y Are ibis takes place a on the other Cirie of and do not affect us but Ween they Bapp n along n aur midst and among although Only by accede n the apparently dead body am in Mournful procession to the n we have gone to Ibe sane grave it shroud and disordered grave a he things 9 d Many ame a degree or Are and Hor Bou Sands he Globe s if we it when d there inc As Plain a ads in letters of fire of i be coff t soul s shrink and shut Ler and terrible loathing of rare occurrence but to Many alas the d saw the we id s lid 01 ail with discoveries feared that Case is the in our own the regularly act celebrated country my residence but As the ministers Only one that has happen with knowledge. Are was a be mind and was a Coni i of sin durably preacher in All the net be lived about thirty i Region Wen with each Ether i had frequent oppo of hearing him and had formed a t led opinion detained Fri u nor Bart in know plied a father Bob ton by child As not a bad retort which 1e to a Braggadocio who was Boas t every generation grew Wiser that Artieri Torr grew Wiser than its Pride he my father knew m my Grandfather and i am certain More than my father then re a Stander your grand tins have bean a fool Bli Yon wish to make Lerest enemy miserable make Hia present of a drum and a whistle olten in the habit of sex of his character Bei m Church by Rny profess always made extra Effort filled he pulpit in hat Tell if we it is to allowing Jyh Horng from in that hanging Tun Tiea by exal g often onal a to Scallons i present we Lage Church on a Sabbath in August intensely is in our and sultry he had taken i pulpit for t in afternoon service. Tha preparatory services were performed and be arose and read text and commenced his Sermon in was afterwards remembered by b Sermon friends who were p Teseni that he seemed from the first to proceed with difficulty which they attributed 10 the oppressive beat of he Day. For he was from Bis fac Gress in Bis enl hand forcibly breath and of Roose with a Crow i happened Church a f onit Antly wiping the pen he bad made but discourse when he Epp used. He stopped or against Bis forehead i Unk upon the floor e was immediately Sui i of his sympathising followed were made t ions kindness was done b breathe from his Mouth w motion in the was steadily cold and Rig his Weater am t that moment to the w moments explained to me the whole Mailer i opened a vein but Rio blood applications of various kinds his body everything that and could suggest or Art could do l in vain he had Cealand to first a Glaas Heldi before in untarnished. His pulse waa a and there was no apparent Region of the tear warmth applied but ble soon become i have said that this was thirty Milts from from the intense Hea the prevalent opinion of that time that a Ter a sudden death the ought not to be delayed for a Long Tine and not Dre Mioi that a Obj not dead is soon As was dece t was when the cold weather of the aut Nuin came on Bis body waa disinterred for the purpose of removing it to his late place of re and Lay b died and been buried there a Law we fore him. He grave was opened presence of Many who had stood by could be to Deai Reto Tak was to dear expressed the Side of Bis wife w 10 of the burial Tidence had is be. L the when the coffin waa lifted up and i turf by the Side of the grave old what should be who filled up placed on the Many of the friends of Hii l a boat body was there. Bystanders had been e natural then that they i one More last look of 01 to them the wish is i Herd before the lid was removed there Lay the disturbed body every limb Mable retaining the position Given by the dying up ined and directed upwards As if in the last shroud rent and torn whilst clenched bands were filled with the pieces and pressed convulsively non the Chest a if Labouring and striving to provoke another breath that hopeless grave. What reflections Are Awak Acene a fur be first to Joe was the mind still Eon Scioni taking plate about grief of the pre being placed in the cer Moniea of Ibe fan Era i Sei and Mournful procession to lowering Down of the coffin drawn up leaving it in the cold and narrow the clods upon the lid and Ned by Lush a red to be dead of what War f the tears and dullness of the sound As the the grave i Erper and Deepe filled up a and be was although be Bai Baccei at Many of May Occas modest ver Pany of Lari said she it s past two Walion for the of know it i m going Home the in few in notes. Old woman were a my slow hit he it s in Hiss Lucy s room can arid the chords git it there if you la go in. Or. Jenkins Bottom of that Why Don t you go to bed miss Lucy is there so the increasing the ladies will laugh it you. Come with me and i la show room for i want to put out the lights and go to old woman seized bold of Jeakins end was he conscious of All this called Hirn along until Aba got out of the agony arouse Bim from the trance Ball and his was fixed for a moment on rave was full did be Send Tea entry Abe was determined to tale of a ton Pat him in Mill Lucy s room Andi after Vio Lent efforts succeeded. There he stood with the Nob of the door in his the old Darkey had been smart enough to lock the door in the out Aida. Lucy pretended or some time to be asleep but that sort of Gam Mon would not answer. At last she said my dear Billy what is the matter with i want my Bat screamed Jenkins and Lucy knowing Hia modesty leaped out of the it Patera places where men the bed and after caressing him for some time Billy went to bed with Bis clothes and boots on till Mornine. When a pretty How Jenkins subsequently managed Anat Teri and Shingi a can be known by his dear Lucy Ann. Bill could Reader strange indeed As it May appear ibis singular there Are Jenkins All Over the world but the free masonry of wedded life draws the curtain before the eyes of the uninitiated. Going to bed on the first night after marriage roust he among the delicate situations in life. Your married neighbor How it was with Bim farther and further shut nut the breath ing world and Bis before the up that Una card Sand the dimming friends had turned away from Bis grave from n. T spirit the time. Bill Jenkins troubles on the first night of his marriage. Bill Jenkins was a very modest Man and bad mingled with the world1 at Hoo tag Metchear car Tooms and Nallyba found yet he was placed in tha comes. He trembled and fell like col girl would speak to him prot at the stand when be i s called upon to miss so and so Home never explain or account for timidity. He would sing frolic and be As wild As a Rover men but a Petticoat would unnerve him instantly. Lucy Ann Liggons a Young widow had set her Cap for Bill an l she was deter mined to Bead him or die b ii to Tell the truth loved Lucy and was As miserable out of her company As he was timid in As to popping Ibe that was impossible. Lucy knit purses hemmed hand kerchiefs worked shirt bosom and gave then to Jenkins As Well As Sevi ral Gold rings but still Bill would not Lucy declared to him repeatedly that Ahe lored him and was miserable when be was absent from her and her happiness in life depended upon her being Bis i ill was dumb. At last Lucy Una de Ermine that he should Bear an l when i next visited her after borne preliminary Solt talk on her part she very affectionately said 11 Billy my dear uhen Are you going to ask me to marry you1 Lor 1 Stahl to get my Wilress Bill fainted on the spot and water were applied for half an hour before be was finally restored. What a i been the Mailer miss Lucy of nothing much. You fainted when you were about to ask me to marry but i told you of How Happy we will be when we Are married i will love you so dearly and As you said next thurs Day Why 1 am killing the wedding should be Billy How i do love you i am willing miss was All bal Jenkins could articulate while Lucy almost kissed Bim into fits. What a glorious Vic tory Here we ought to Stop but to our narrative requires that we so Oxild proceed to the finale. The next thursday had cime and Jen Kins waa trembling at the approach of the seemed to Barrow up Hia mind very much and to no Friend even would be communicate his deep distress. You Are not afraid certainly to go up and get to marry such a Tual being As it time would Ile graph line. T know what get married a one thing i Beautiful charming and Nitelle mrs. Liggons i Shoum wish the Fly like news upon the electric t cheer up cheer up replied Bill you Dor distresses Roe can go up and that is easy enough but Ibert am satisfied i never will he Ali world unless Lucy will assist explain yourself my Dea plied Bis Friend and if i can Ety i will Endeavor to Render table but Jenkins could not exp i was a saw the Rubi con before him and be knew that he could not Pasa he was dete married and crust Luck and Lucy. The night they were married. All were merry the laugh the Chat the dance made up Lively party until mid commenced to Dii Parie and at one o clock Bill Jenkins was lift solitary and in the Hall Lucy Abo bad re tired and her bridesmaids were off in Dis Tant room. Bill Jenkins Waits a and friends hid Gine Home with thai ladies. Bui was now the Point where be firm Ness would fail him. His Situ it Ion was Peculiar one. Me was not curtain which was a room although he had been even had be known he could not co to the via Legraen cried past two and yet i Jenkins was still alone and apparently engaged in Reading an old almanac which by Chance bad been left in Bia coat pocket. An old female Darkey who resided in the family had been prevailed upon by the ladies who had noticed hash fullness to show him Hia Bedr Tom and she accordingly introduced herself to him in As modest a style a she Well could or. Jenkins or. Find in the pennsylvanian the latter from the Hon Emu inc Tianjin sent by Bim in reply to invitation of the of Berks county to the Harvest Home by the present state of affairs this letter is of die highest importance. Or inc Bataan takes decided ground the Wilmot proviso and Hia views unequivocally and distinctly expressed. A is in favor of the Missouri Compromise As adopted in 1630, and his reasoning in behalf of the sacred character of state rights will be gladly welcomed by the people or the South this letter will of course Call Down upon or. Buchanan s head incessant Aud violent attacks from the political abolitionist we believe his proposition will Hartshorn and be the one eventually adopted and in Case it meets with the favor from the Northern democracy May Lead to his political exal Lallon Florida Naivs s h 0 r Tei Tser m 0 n Pat the a bitter. Of be Are honest honorable Mei go be and pay the seeming too Apt to 1 my hear Are Man trifles Jan this world which you Are Overlook on account of their the neglect of which has plunged thousands into the deepest mire of misery and Monk them into inextricable degradation. Among these trifles that of neglecting Topay one s honest tabla a thai Moat common bid attended with far the worst consequences it takes off All the Silken Furze of the Fine feeling creates a misanthropic about Lilje off what Little Cream Ibe Rosity upon his fellow Uay As does a dog upon ill species chances to Rise on the surface of g and me ies a Man look Sis savagely while in the Gratifying employment of eating Hia master s dinner. I have often observed that he who owes a Man a Dollar s sure to owe him a grudge and is always Mare ready to i pay him compound interest on he latter than on Tea former. Of my friends to be Over head and ears in lore is bad Reiou a but to to of night of Totne on had Barrow thread of coldness deeply in debt that you sleep without being haunted by the ghost impatient creditor a enoug3 co farm phobia make a Man bite cause it to run mad and the lamp posts. My friends the debt that aits heaviest on the conscience of a be Baa the debt due the Printer. It presses upon Tai bosom worse than night a chafes i and soul frets every Ennab meat is Anezes All the juices of sympathy from the heart and Leavi thin the surface of a roast potato who or Inga the Printer can never a wheel annihilate galls ing senti fraternal l it drier a Man expect to enjoy cum fort in this world and tray Well have doubts of finding happiness in another he will be sore to go Down to the grave Eie time shall have bedecked Hia the Silvery Ulo Saoma of age and the Green leaves of Hope if ill fall before the Bud of Baa expanded True mushrooms of peace May Sprng up during the Short nigh get falness but they must soon withe the scor hings of remorse How my frit ids have the Hardihood to Printer Whan he is Labouring Ilone Good he has poured the Trei your minds some of the most value that any being Short of god could Beslow Aye riches with which Yon would not a entire world and a mortgage on a s t for tha Nail Cor Ner of heaven with the keys of Riavic it id doors e Obs cd de and it were has opened the Iron cams of human understanding dispelled t Rity of ignorance and lit up Krowl of for beneath can Yoo heat the for your sures of ble gift j car 10 at Halbom so Marc of Tom lit Seti tray courier. A Young lady. Like a fragrant he vac Long from the like a cub of Choice Vinuya brought Seldom a tight like Monk in cloister a Saint in hl3 cell like a York River Oyster shut Light in fan Shell like Toad in a Grindstone a Clam in the sea this heart is Imp Aon d fair Maiden for thee. Candid gout Tea Temperance lec Turer Bald in a recently in tit be had 90 Little Confidence in his own Power to rest temptation and to fearful lest at any time be again fall that no my of Ever Large no Prospect of worldly advantage would induce him to Pasa a in a room with no companion but a bottle of Brandy. A lab. He Many anecdotes of Buena Vista this one beats All an Arkansas Soldier wounded asks an in Diana Man to help him off the Field the lat Ter does to by enabling him to mount his horse Riding himself before. During the ride the arkanian bad his Bead Ahot off unknown o Bis companion. Arriving at the doctor s quarters the Indiana Man was asked what be wanted. I brought ibis Man to have his leg replied the doctor his head 9 the liar exclaimed the Man of Indi Ana looking behind him a told me be was Only hot in the to do in the a Good Fatooh when Spencer had finished his fairy be carried it to re Earl of Southampton the great Patron of with Propri the poets of those Days Tea 81ss being Yon comfor sent up Earl he read a few pages and 1 Khan ordered his servant to give the writer dared Twenty pounds. Reading on he cried in rap Tare carry Traat Man another Twenty pounds proceeding still he said give mined to get olm Twenty More but at length Reade on be lost All patience and said go turn that fellow ont of the House for if i read on i shall be a the French an Thor Baring been taken up by the watchman of thai night in Streeta of Paris was earned on Tea following morning before a lieutenant of the haughtily interrogated him concerning Hii business or profession. I pm Post said Piron. On a poet Are Yon to said t be Asgis irate i have brother who is a poet. Than we Are said Piron for i have brother wha a r Windom. Mighty engine Ibe sur rounded y a Halo of glory and Iti effulgence extends ill Over Tea Broad Empire Allf mind. I i Luminal ing tha darkest avenues of toe heart and yet re Man who toils at the lever of his Loul enough Tenios ii often fobbed of his Bard earned bread by those a bpm be Hod Dehr ered from mental Bandage and placed in a Pandite to laugh and grow fat upon of his labor of yen ungrateful sinner if Yea have if teed with the Dewi of mercy in Stead of gizzards filled with gravel take heed what 1 8i y unto you. If there be on i in this con Dragai Ion a boat account is not settled with the Printer go and adjust it imme i lately and be Alia to hold your head up in society like the f want be respected by the w ibo and Good free from the tortures of a Guity Cou the a mortification of re Peniel Duns and escape from falling into the clutches of those licensed thieves the lawyers. If you Are Bone it and honorable men go forthwith and pay the Printer the debt Yuju owe him is on y second to your account in heaven Yon will not wait for the Morrow because there a to Morrow it in a visionary recep Tacle for unredeemed promises an added egg in the great neat of the future the debtor s Hope the creditor s curse if you a e Dis honest Low minded sons of satan i Don t suppose Joy will Ever pay the Printer As you Mareino reputation to cultivate but let me Tell Yob my friends that if Yon Don t do it your paths to the Tomb will be strewn with Thorps and you will have to gather your daily food from the Brambles your children will die with the will never enjoy the Blessing of health. I once visited an invalid whom the doctor As a gone Case. I asked him had made his peace with Bis maker said he thought he bad squared i to if be had forgiven All Bia enemies t Hie plied yes. I then asked him if he Hal led with the puintca7 he hesitated a moment and then said be believed he owed him something like about two Dollari and paid his and had if he he tired fifty cents which he desired might be before be bid Farewell to the world. Wish was immediately complied wit from that moment he became convalescent he is nov living in the enjoyment of Jpe Acri with his own conscience his god and the world. Let this be an example for Yon any friends patronise the Printer Lake the papers pay for them in Advance and your Days i Promise will be Long on Earth and overflowing with the Honey of happiness so Mote it be i Dow some one asks what will fashion not Dot she won t make a pod dint Nond a pair of trousers. The Pope and his reforms. Once the cry of no had awful Power or mischief b orb m old England and new England n 1780, it ranee1 a mob id London which Laid a Large portion of the City in Ruina including the Mao Aioo and Library of the chief Justice the King a Bench or supreme court the Leader of this mob lord George Gordon was a Talka Tive plausible political adventurer without principle of any kind he was the very Man of All others in by Day to excite a mob to the worst kind of Tim chief by appealing to their worst is Samoos and most studied or Stu die a but a got Hia deserts at last for instead of becoming a mighty political Leader be died in prison in 1830, this cry raised a mob in Massachusetts not from the disorderly materials of Boston and Charles town so much As from the sober yeomanry of midd Esex and Worcester counties which turned out of doors at Midnight a half dozen of pious and charitable Numa and a Hundred Little girls and then burned their dwelling and school and destroyed their Beautiful Gar Den and whoever in those Days uttered a word to these sober yeomanry about tha would see their eyes Flash Vith pious indignation and Savage ferocity All this was natural the English inherited their horror of Popery from their ancestors who suffered under bloody who conquered and punished Charles i and expelled James ii the new eng Lsnders inherited the same horrors from the same ancestors. The fault of each was in remaining in such ignorance in the midst of the Light which bad so Long beamed around them a clinging to their prejudices Long after the foundations of such prejudices bad been swept away this was excusable in o d England be cause a political Church interested in mid dining Topse prejudices Bat it was utterly inexcusable in new England in Massachusetts there religious Liberty had Long been a household phrase and where the schoolmaster bad been abroad Long enough to teach its a rearing but How Are things Row changed1 onco in old England the Church of Home waa hated As the dragon of political despotism while the National or episcopal Church was idolized As the Saint George of political free don1 now this National Church is regarded As the Champion of aristocracy while Tab old dragon is considered the guardian of popular rights so the world the liberality of one age standing still becomes the bigotry and intolerance of succeeding Ages advancing under the great Law of Progress so la poll tics Tea British Constitution was once pro nuanced and by an american statesman too the most stupendous fabric of human invention now it is regarded by the to lift eyed upon popular As a Rolter conglomerate of barbarous restrictions i but things Hare changed Narobe and Josh ties not Only among the Anglo saxons and Anglo americans who would have thought even fifty years ago of a cram Pion of popular rights in the Pope who would have expected to find a regenerator of Italy in that very cur cd corruptions nol a boil Duci Rines had been so instrumental in its tall7 yet even this has come under the great Law of Progress and the Pope is now at the head of the italian people doing Battla Tor popular rights political Independence and National regeneration the last accounts Tell us that he in preparing to excommunicate the austrian government and if that Wil not Avail to save Italy from their Vandal violence to Maunt s horse and Lead his countrymen to arms these accounts show bal Italy is on the eve of National Union and Init erection tha grand Duke o Tuscany turned reformer and encourages the Pope against Austria. The King of Naples has dons and is Sjoving the same the King of Sardinia whom we have Long regarded As intent on the Union Aud re generation of Italy has offered his army and Navy to tha Pope. May heaven Prosper their cause the excommunication of thai a Arian emperor and government would be a very politic step this Rotten government has kept its subjects in superstitions Igno Rance made Ca Butic Chereb an instrument of and has sought to make itself the dead of ibis Church. If then the real the Pope should put this government under the ban the ignorant austrian soldiers might have Strong conscientious scruples in bearing arms against Bim. We should like to see it this Power was once successfully used in England against the tyrant King John it would be a Good joke in the nineteenth Century were it As potent against the crowned tyrant and fool of newspaper 3ost Wise Man will desire no More than what a May get justly use Job Erly distribute cheerfully and live cont Ltd by with. All the passions that agitate the breast of a legislator the love of pea Nute is the strongest the most
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