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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 21, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaArifur amusement. U election Kocl Amatin. An act of the general Assembly c Ninon wealth of Pennsylvania anti i act to Ripul Ite the general elections of enacted on the second Day of ii rat Hundred and thirty Nino it on me to Public notice of such elec Vibo lip and enumerate in such notice what ire therefore c a nov sheriff of the county of . Rel in known and give this Public Elf tors of the said county of Tiona in Tifton will be held throughout tic i tin a iks tuesday of november Jikit. will he the second Day of said Mont i a Corral i within uie county i11 of trial composed of the township of a i House in Wellsborough. I in of tie township of in inc now occupied by jus. Goodrich con Post d of the township of juice school House of Caleb Short in i ii composed of Lac of Libuse of Elk i1, composed of tie township of. I ii in now by p i1. Clea country is the most prosperous where labor commands the greatest Reward Wellsboro thursday october 2l 1852. Jii 739 1toih or. J. H. Shearer Tif the med enl col Al Lego of Philadelphia reaper fully offers Hia ser vices Lollie Sunhe Well Dorough and ils vhf in Tiv. Kkt Terente the facility of he Colleta. Office Northeast Coiner of Avenue and tearl Plucci. I i Thon Marc i i us. S. I. Hoi Illda informs in Epulio Hal he Wil Uil Ciui to All i Rolls in m or b 1jotkl. Lin l Hia profusion of pose War i. Of the loins i of a by Kroin i i i a of the township of in i ii 1 Miller in Jackson. I of hit township of i. Tin House of Clark. Slush in in Law in i Sibirt i ump soil of tic township of 1 Virr. Is i Iii Ilous Kcjr the Holiday i l Fri i if the township of m Luw so Uiol House in shift men. I i Rijani Pusod the township of a j. Ii. Wund tilt , i a Mart no. Ihu township of in. Lio .ot1 in Clink a by Henry Troun in ii , to of the township of ill i composed thu township of i Lumc do i to of Darfer in Rutland. Jr1. Tiki District composed of the of i. It Tiv Broom Field ill. I in of the township of .i.ii, it i Kli i Nion. I or i7l.ii Hili i a mini Pisol Ori township of it in tip r mown1, v re a groceries Etc co. Teams lard cheese dried apples Anil of All kinds Hind in mud Nikki. or hoots alld shul is and tin walk Lor Ehens Lor by g. cd. 1 Village a 3. B. Babcock. Do sin Al ill Jomini bean Lina iritis Wel Tofoi i. Imio p. 5 to calf of in Ury Jionda. Ilard4vjro.93roccries Tlouga Village Tiu Tetuo l a. Be Abr in dry groceries prov Stohs -1- Walls born fun Al Chi Mekit will Aii end la All Carla in his it business in Bradford Tiona and Pottetti counties. July till 1850. Re. C. Webs. I at on by c at Law , Toga omit qty a. By sin list ills care will be Ahe need with promptness and ii Jelly. Co Myton july 2 2 i j y3i-Ly . Made clothing etc., vol lug i i i l it. Composed of inc township House ii Dartt j it r toc us l a a Mim u. , in Morris. I , of the of n us , in i township of j of lied air Boro. To g. M. V ibid it i i Copper. I1 in do ilor in stoves us Luw and Jiter Jiuji Virun Suel 4cm Woiln f u. I j. In c Diol a shirt hoi lie in the a Huuki of k. . Atli Jii Lent of the Boro Urh of ill it the in us of Slosson in i Irit a the ton ship of Lio it a of Chas. Doug Liss in Cliner. I composed of the Borough of House of j. In Etkind t i compose l of the Boroug i of Chin Arjon hotel in t Ovington. I i trial rom posed of the Borough of ii Kisi of Jos. Wifi Var Knoxville. A posed of tic township of in weird. N my places arc to be to is Iyun , vice i to ident of the i filed states., ii i by Ihu Siminic act1 that the judges lit at to Al places of their of tin general election alb a Iii Ilie Forenoon to do ill Ier in Dulies required and enjoined on fac act. Lin Ceil the meeting of tin judges Lomalie out the general returns us craving the Day of the general t j 1 of an act of the general Assem passed the Fust Day of a for hit Seppli mull to an act lol i rations within ily s common i Ali to forc hereby Given that every it hold Mottice or appointment under of tiie i nil cd whether a com t old cruise Suwon Linatoc of Liccar or it Jim employed a edit the i Gisla ilex Artincal of the t United slates and v ii in bar of Congress is by Law inca or at the time the of Fisic or clerk to Ivy Cecelion of this f h under my hand and Send at the in i of u inc ninth receive Payn Ieni Iro i nun person ind table d Noih Cyrna j fit the bin Uluvia i . Lor Hind in urn lord and Tiona coolies. O0ine is in a of Sirwet. Und near the Sigi Nind House ii Vav. B. Civ Juliu july 25, 1331. Wfij.slioiid1, Tioga coun i a i . To now of Enki the reception of the tra j vol log Public. Liis House is one of t lie most and Best la cried houses in Wells bornand the proprietors Leel confident of give in satisfaction to All Ivhon mity five them a Call. J. H. Ujj leaves cd. Hahn ass Ltd Valine ally Xaiver inform the of county Itiat he n Saddle and Juliee in to on the Lirse Story of the by . On main in would be pleas i l in his line of business. V with Cash a Rass and Silver plated i a and Carriage Ess. Brass or Jap panned do., Lum r "t.tin? and Light draught do. . Mar. And kind and Sixes on hand and Mode 10 order v some pm of Vav will a fancy i b Carriage trimming manner and on the shortest no Tice. Or chord Lor work m the Market not after Harvest but the work understood that i work for in Only inc Virroni John Alexander 1 852. Mv6 Neaily and the Eagle office l Tioga House. T1ora Village Toga co., a. This is ims been ree Effy. Enlarged and Liborn uyhely renovated and a now the most commodious hotel county. Thins thai Cui add to in be Connior and convenience Olfilio Iii fling Sulilie Ilie proper ichor bus enire.1 prot arc. He t Ela Vav Arci Inird a Al he Render skiis to in Cimon to Rill who May rive Gimames Yoo Duleh is. Tiv Sperance House Caincr of Hardwin and Cruss y Day Board is 00 Pun Carriage will be i the beginning of his Candi Dacy to its close. There Are no democratic organizations fur Scott like those which presented Taylor As a Democrat and which under the Sanction of democratic names gave Taylor a hold upon democratic Confidence which even his subsequent adoption by the could not entirely shake off. Above All there is now no divided democracy sustaining the democratic candidate for president. The great fact stands out prominent und the whigs Are divided a Fth Ami South in re Gard to Scott and that the democrats for h and South Are United upon Pierce. Hundreds and thousands of whigs who voted for Harrison and Taylor Aie now Unalt Embly opposed to and publicly committed against. General hundreds and thousands who stood aloof from the regular democratic candidates in 1810 and in 1844 Are now rallied under the Flag of Pierce and King. It was said that in 1840-any other whig candidate but Harrison could have been elected because tie re was an almost irreparable defection in the ranks of the democracy brought about by the industrious and successful assaults upon that Noble policy which has since been so triumphantly vindicated. And in 1348, not withstanding the Large and commanding vote received by Gen. Case our great Leader then bonuses which brought about his defeat were traceable not alone 16 the advantages of the whig party in their non committal candidate and the military Hurrah but to our Sions. Hud we been United then general Tay Lor s laurels would not have availed to carry him into the presidency. In opposition then to a harmonious demo Cracy North a democracy standing together on the same great platform of constitutional Scptt vainly opposes his military capital. He cannot draw the. Argument from the experience of other whig candidates and claim that they triumphed on that gound when history teaches the re verse. He stands upon his merits a a Soldier simply unaided by divisions in the ranks of his opponents and unassisted by the cordial co operation of the whigs. The experience of the Campaign so far As to have advanced upon it and of the recent past show that it is a libel upon our to Fay that they Are misled by the Halo of a victorious general whenever he is a candidate for High office and that they forget in Alj cases principles amid the consequent clamor and Hurrah the sequel of the contest will make Good the promises of the beginning and november while it will see restored to full and to Complete Power a reanimated and reconciled democracy will wipe off Itofe aspersion the american people Are really to worship at the of Ariy availability no matter How incompetent Fot the tit Tina to it the regard of is army or the pubic sentiment of his countrymen at the urmy almost exclusively was composed of Young men under Twenty five years of age Many of them even minors yet Here they were subject to open Public and licensed temptations that was the rain of Linn dress and what excuse can Gen. Scott and his friends offer for his Why Simp y that it brought in Revenue to the arty coffers on no Chile com Mander in chief charged three and a Hal per cent., for passing it through his hands and in this Way realized for himself according to the report of the. Treasury department we would of a the Warttig admirers of general Scott whether they can Point us to any other general of the american army whether in the revolution or late War who Ever licensed Gam bling houses Teltho Pighin those Days gambling was not looked upon the same horror that it is now regarded certainly general Wellington never licensed gambling houses at his head Quarleri nay with such suspicion did he regard every officer known at anytime to have been addicted to this infamous practice that he never admitted one of them into his Confidence no matter How Well they might have conducted themselves otherwise. And Gen. Jackson during the last War with great. Britain had a number of gamblers arrested in new or leans and sent to prison for enticing some of his soldiers into their establishments. We believe Gen. Scott stands alone in devising the licensing of gambling Bouses As a Means of raising shylock., shylock a standing Marvel of Power and scr be in the dramatic Art at the same time appearing so much n Man of nature s making that we scarce know How to look upon him As the poet s workmanship. In the delineation shakes Pear had no less a Tosk than to inform with individual life and peculiarity the Board Strong outlines of National character in its most fallen and revolting state. Accordingly a True representative of ills nation wet rein we hardness at the Tria-1, there is something thai makes our blood to Tingie. It is the Sublimity of malice we feel acid tremble a we feel that the year pigs of. Revenge Tia ire brie Rice a h Oiher in Ingli s. Fearful however As in i Malignity he Cornea not off without moving Tori. Pity. In the Vecy act whereby Ite things to avenge his own and his brethers a wrongs National Cifrese Over tales him in standing us fur the Law he Haa but strengthened Bise Nemier bunds and sharpened their weapons against himself and the terrible jew sinks last in t6 the poor pitiable heart broken Hudson. Whims Aid oddities id Abiusi judo Pride which for Ages never ceased to killed in Texas Ivy Jeneral Sam in Linstid Litel hut no Una lilith could _ provoke but which no hostility could Ever subdue a Thrift which still invited Rapa City but rapacity could Evereth ust and a weakness which while it the suit jets to wrong1, Only deepened their left them without the Means or this Hope of redress. Thus shylock is a Typo of National sufferings sympathies and him i Eif an object of bitter insult and scorn to those about him surrounded by enemies whom he at once too proud to conciliate and to weak to oppose he can have no life among them but Money no hold on them but interest no feel ing towards them but hate i no indemnity out of them but revenge. Such being what wonder that the elements of National greatness petrified into As avarice was the passion in which he mainly lived of course the Christian Virtues that thwarted this., were the greatest wrong that could be done him. With these Strong National traits Are interwoven personal traits equally Strong. Tho Romigh by and intensely jewish he is not More a jew than he is shylock. In his hard icy intellect Hia Mummy like tenacity of purpose with a dash now and then of biting a artistic humps we see the remains of a treat Noble nature out of which All the genial sap of humanity has been pressed by accumulated injuries. With Ai much eur Ilicito of mind m of neck., every item he take but the last it droll Tea be Treada upon. Not ing can daunt nothing Ramon cannot More Oumi Toomb of _ mrs. Says the Only to Steamboat explosions is to make engineers bile their water ashore. In her Bustin is caused bar Cook in the of Board the boat As this idea is one we Hope the Congress will take u into , York dutchman the following we consider firmly mid ready pen oboe. you Tomk that a a nov youth will becom. A bad Man. Yonder sturdy May Hare moral Nullon Day n our shool we had read and spelt told the sounds All the letter that oreo find the and mortification without miss Fri a then we were need of the floor in front of the to be looked Ai and to answer a they or the teacher Law fit to ack. I where Una John Burnt and the teacher to in a command in i could t Tell next said a Little Rirl the botox the Eaid the teacher if mpg Lar to May toll.1 in the Joshua Erin that question to make the noise or and then go hop i ii 11 umbrellas Are made in the shape of Mash rooms because they always Cooke up in a choir or. A went a fishing in a River a few Daya since and strange to say he caught a whale that was after he got Home. J a barbed in new York City has erected a sign bearing the George Washington Jones physio nomic operator and
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