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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 2, 1846, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIn Tiona Eagle James p. Magill editor and proprietor Ell Borough Tioga co a. Dollars ind fifty cents per an or cents deducted if f Jun the year and for Cash actually in and Jne Dollar be deducted paper discontinued until All arrearage arc in at the Puon of the editor j mints not exceeding twelve lines m times for one Dollar and or every Syb uus cation two hey five cells Onolice sept n a lines inserted for Sev Cidy five cents for one by three insertions the same. Al ill count to advertisers tales. Tram the ladies g coquette. I cd arts Hamilton is the heart that has not bowed elate Elrna love to thee. Ave any e will be enough without 1 am an entire Stran much about going int in Here s just the reason for you All the pretty girls of there re Cement that As i in love just yet us but a Little in is to excellent remedy i e j is the subject for the i in realist coquette in the Worl i lit 1 a f the class already i a la t sunday at Church so i As Ler next victim no doubt Fly honoured to be Selec a coquette before i i think 1 must join e this conqueror in for me in half an Bou moment my Friend join t e c. I m h a a info re a w i Elk i just to is Call e ready c Uil to the a Ifil Iorli Arm in Arm on our re pleasant mansion of the Matthews a who is this Beauly Pennell for Are beauties i believe7 1 1 As it sauntered slow along i r name Mary Hedington she 19 a our Hosl Las or the evening1, with i t l ims resided for some time past to r ice and her father is a men i i p american embassy to the court m it but Here we Are and Tou u n e Rusi from her of n lips As i Aua n p j for 11 have a goodly share j of i Ifni i me or other words s in the reception pay ing our come fish in Attis we paso d on to the Rorri i to re were assembled in 1 fish ii f he town Tim a at girl from whom col at j a t is j 1 e been trying to u in r que ref i a we sauntered into Gher re Ruiyi r than Mary Kedington d must introduce a me to reply be my id i was pro menacing in perceptible Ersa Tion and i found r Collal o Ord a i i k e e she might be she Vii a y Powers there was words and Nanner top i the Irr press on i had need and me con u n g an Acqua ii Ance b i s nov w ill n the party and Mary my Friend As we took 5 after the part broke As very Brilliant and up Toni of society in your Villa of Mary e is i Sable a 1 to Mot be i mom1 quite a passable y girl Haba a i and a Las been worshipping l evening Why Man oled admirer she has hoc your classmate and All i be at swords Points you our Belle s by storm in Are t hat my attentions this evening How i aided in future so i hat Jeun Erl up aks yet at you for the Ith his in lege Lead ver t us reputation a Mari Tilary As Leing a lie artless coquette pre her society As often As i Utor s Light t have done the Village gos out our almost numberless Dally among the Btu Den s of Julany a Janat Cal Sophomore ought mire of her than of his studies r his trouble a coquette s mile frown deed Beautiful and full of that Eart Edness which More than ties one but which in often Ted with heartless Jaq Letry i was inclined to Bel Iive that ithe general opinion was True met per in society and had c poor ing of her character i could he that a form so Lovely Ensham heart too susceptible if the est piss Ibn that motels Inow our slight acquaintance became of the same general chs racer my iriends., who Ever found her uncles hospitable Liu Sion. Ked and read together yet be Ting cultivated Fie d Noti Essed id common by two Ulco Tab to politics science vol., Job. 2. Mentions seemed to claim the the next another was More fortunate but amid All her apparent fickleness there was that in manner and in the general tone of her character which convinced me that she had yet to love and when she did it would be wit thu a Fervour of which few Are capable passed the last year of my College life reverting previous to my departure from a i visited Marj we strolled out up i the Banks of the River where we had spi it Many of can Call for a moment at least do you wish it 1 she looked up reproachfully a tear stood my Arm encircled r Drew her to me our Long k iss of love was sunk upon my bosom that moment has St one in memory to me the Holu in her e her via St and Gentl lips net the first Given and bar Vij e breathed no Vover been a laughing fair a red Little Mary the very of her coquettish Mother in standing by my Side into my face As write then playfully resting her head on Rjay coaxing me from finishing Thi so Ketch to a game of romps with her the footstep of her Mother Loo More staid and matronly than when we rambled together on the Banks of the k is approaching the Library so i must now draw to a close wish no you gentle Reader As Happy a lot As that f your Friend n Illinois wedding will you take h ii women to be your wedded wife 7" said a magistrate who was placing the indissoluble knot of Matrimony on a couple mutually attached to one another i1 Wai i Swar said the a wolfish looking customer you must be a darned Green in t a such a question As that Ira do you think i d be such a Palugy fool old fellow As to go to the bar Hunt and take this Gul from the i attn frolic if i Waint certain and Delerm Imd to Bave bar. Drive 01 with your Buzz Tii and of Judea Kite occupied e of Solomon was formerly Wells Boothe mock Deser an incident of our re r in the comment Volution there Sto me it of the 1 d on the a cottage inhabited by an old limn by wife and an Only san although nge utterly incapacitated that father Fromlak to tvs duties still he willingly sacrificed his skin on the altar of his country s Freedom blessings innumerable Henry i Harland and his Home to enter upon a difficult and in scene to his Young and a fit which had pictured All the imag of a soldiers life and the Honor for a country s ire Edom the disappoint nent when the reality came to View with left ried ent Nind led go f Figl Ting Centary gloom but which in the excitement of a skirmish British that took place soon after at the Camp place after about a i month the com had now been considerably aug me arrival of recruits Taa ordered main body under Washington at lands our hero experience scene1 it was not the remiss n Forg with his a any w Ted b o join the 1 a diff ten the Ival Rich the the go rent is of duty which characterized his first Entrance As a Soldier Here every one was subject to severe commands and Washington Lim self that no order As Ted Here in Severa land soon gained for courage and b in one skirmish t e was applauded by v in ton before the but a taste of glory and the to ambition was exc of Fame that was eagerly desired pc danger to present regular duty disobey minor engagements har name among the soldiers Avery and Clr his conduct whole army Ted to qua fifth this no so Rich Man a Terr might to Washington thai the commen lations held out to b some new itself that he not unmerited an wanting Washington being Des ing an important movement Aga was anxious to Send a trusty up the True state and contemplated Camp to to Bijie was farther deserter from the enemy who was not Ous of St the enemy to find Fobe by Al action a cited Ash was 3blet he be of How were Long upon urn the e Cor out As Vash pain of his life that he brought rect watchword of the i id ton did not like to Trust his farther mation be determined that i w Wou the Best Opportunity that m grit for time be offered to Send his spy to the i Camp from the numerous eagerly stepped Forward and desired t their lives for their country s Freedom Harlan was chosen and after corny lining with the commander in chief he left the ame rican Camp and proceeded on b s Deslin d expedition r i he Drc Susej of n British Soldier but Bis heart would throb quickly and and then he pause As the full Force of ins danger completely in the i for 1 be some nut who risk Lehry across Bis mind 1 Rue the t British deserter might have g watch word flashed acre did not once think of return Ger was no Lhing compared which he would Ilo for his cd glory that would accrue from approached the line of Sentinel the British Camp Steppi the first on to whispered no sooner bad the words passt with a loud Jill of exultation discharged his Musket which answered by the whole line of astonished stupefied and b land was seized Anil to his himself designated As up crowd which now poured no chantly he has borne be commander but the broke which came to his ears con the deserter was Only a Stra an american to the British vainly believed that threat would extort from one every ought in Ren the i him but he the the e try Aid the it to s that boldly form often Rould came at the Rong Dan Vicc us he Uard up to he Bat his lips than the Sentinel was quickly Sentinel Ilderem har or dismay he rebel if the id him i Tri e the British exclamations ced h to to and Piem my m that Decoy r they bonuses movement of Washington. With a proud i bold har land confronted the commanding other but what was his Surprise when c waa told that if he would betray the be Crews of the Caa Camp he was at Liberty and glory with the Kings sol unmolested from whence be contrary if be refused be death he deserved ask me said he insulted Pride lit up in an american sol death and life itself would after i bad played Ibe part Surprise was lha first fee but the next my rent rage fas the predominant passion. I and thou Salt die " Laid he die a rebel dog should die a be continued when he saw Hii wards an Nike no perceptible emote to Mihn listener a and by my sword you shall be Bung Anid the i gaze of thousands and id your Deot i throes you shall d As a Felon by Silhi be taunted amen to pursue Honor return on the lie the ame by should while a at res flush of ask me or never fears odious to me traitor Ogof the briton Siose with whom you and your comrades would vain y Endea Vor to Cope a a " be said when be saw that the spirit of Bis captive writhed under his words you will be ready methinks by to Morrow morn to commence your j our Nej to new and calling in his sol Diers be ordered turn away and threatened a. I a if u my it Wou and h Degior though of Lect morn River and p Manne y of the what september 2, 1846. No Beard this threat Harland knew hopeless to attempt to escape d be Laj d to tally by in a was amusement. Job. I Lown strongly manacled in Gam some a cons e although the t now rushed to Borough Hje mind forbade All thoughts of sleep wed when be was led to the aced strongly ironed in a boat in men and sent Down towards far different if the first new rom lha Noble elude n now to then a few miserable fit hero sir Henry Clinton s quartets d near the Centre of the City and men s huts were Stuat thither Larland Wax taken sir Heiry was alone with the so known must i sen no pm silence fifteen minutes j the Superior of Yieh and then captive s Fate was to him that next Day at Sunrise be however As there Las in a Loon calmly although it his age and be troth i Side ret Tini lion he i was ing eyes were Bent upon him but visible and with a Moody de d the ii Provost prison d paid. Pm and Bis emotions without s ill heaving of he bosom when be one and surveyed the Strong and 1 1 of his prison Iet he looked t e near approach of death and is Bard to to leave its ignorant of his Fate hard Feltl that it was hard to leave his be Alice without one kiss still he con himself one of a number who were to die for american Liberty and he determined that the sacrifice should be willingly made night Drew on and with it came gloomy thoughts to the imprisoned Soldier alone in Tea gloomy cell with but a few hours Between him and a disgraceful in ton unconscious of Bis Fate and perhaps Len believing in his won then Fanci by a ult Ati Der Ibal his thoughts were the Gibbet ro0e Sefc d that be could see to Ting for his death i and hear their sex is As they witnessed endeavoured to shut q gloomy and sad re him and be multitude eager his dying agonies it but a new vision Rose before ing of his death and dying Rune tears from him but anxiety the Atil around the prison and the and the her part of the City told that the sex Citeno Jelt in that Quarter yet still be wus the plot Ferre a Jure his utter act i left in suspense till night when me one who told him of the near up i of his doom in the morning was de to Tine following Sunrise that imagination could con a were construed Asj the right cause of interruption and were soon set aside As that Ellec ing o Deal in it be n the mad Man him Alice hear of a broken heart o one came to re Ness of the streets Roll of the drum e frequent discharge of musketry at y futile and now n need to use some m he had observe in of a larg de and he set about t the Cement which in could the re waa some on get set in and he it Hod to effect his in the Day time Stone might be e same Stone wit us d his labor and the it o Earl not be fancy at work without i increased vigor eing possessed of Dver stage of tools t is outside Helper most Progress a labor to be Ace not Long Ere the Stone a a now appeared a on your Fried ads with to Harl and the a of Ife make no Noi he utmost caution Sha Flig his Pia Issi slants gave him i is and silently Bey i not h Burf they interruption but Den an the de Ca de Fri yol Kles and crawled thai lock of St Paul released from i Lis comrades for of Elu of no Weedem e o we then not Wilb Ca that Washington j and this anxiety Stra Rte get eur t b cd 7 f Daw rap serve re t Ngea Seq trans sigh out Reb u Story o tie by Ere a ton Hie Iny Dan was in the task of eld it fast scrap Sud d considering the Milia hell removed it was a he the aperture and Harland Hist escape to your and some difficult 10b the aperture struck Midnight e few remaining hat were upon Lim and ready for there were four of sword and two ook their Way to gained their boat Larland could Bare in the reality o f his escape until ended rowing of the Hudson Tell me Sah d he after they had but a Short distance after a of his companions began be behaviour of after your d attempting to est scion of Wash pretended to be be kept Over your return b led and the Dearance be Gai Ould be shot i Aid you for singly with a Sti into the City of the City we Mdini All the torn iced in you he was was increased by be pretended British parture he was twice a and this confirm ton that he was not ordering a strict a be waited anti when the morning wore on without orders that the de d sent us to new Hington rightly con that your Caj or would not take be into his own so near a in ands while Bis sup Henry Clinton was age to effect our e departed when quickened our Row god save the in and the rebels. Is this soon i to rated attention to rowing we landed with a terrible the horrible defeat and massacre of so by that we that escaped Ould soon be Ai Arch to the cite bloody gave our Story am Musket in the i and Bow that Wash 1 perhaps was already our British dress i me what of a plans the Sentinel Dunbar a which thank god i me to save y sir by dint cell in which you were confined before the crowd began to pour around us after Bav ing been teased by sir Henry Clinton in quiries for hours we slunk away till Light when we commenced our labors for your As what Success you Are already acquainted the company Bent themselves to their oars and morning bad not dawned Henry Harlan related his adventures the Wash ington.1 through the Long and waned struggle that followed Henry Harland bore a conspicuous part. In the clean time the american cause was at its lowest ebb and trios predicted a speedy1 termination to the contest by the Tri Mph of English arms his sword was never sheathed till his country was tree and i was at Liberty to wed his Alice and Happi Ness american Reader Henry Harlund is but an assumed name Forone of Yohojr country Nero a 1. The jul rapid Jurman. We extract the following from a Lale publication by Rev Bitsuei. He says i cannot help congratulating our country upon the inestimable value o by jury 1 have lately met with a p its excellence Tomich ought not to be ten a judge on the Northwest circuit land a cause in which much local consequence of a gentleman in the boyhood was implicated it waa f. La prosecution against one of Bis tenants trial oof of forgot n ire f the neigh lord s for As Sault and Battery commit fed the per son of the prosecutor by ithe defend int in rescuing his Only child an innocent a d Beautiful girl from personal violation when the defendant was brought into court the prosecutor also appeared and swore to Evi by fact Laid Down in the indictment the no or defendant had no lawyer to Tell his Stony be Bowel or pleaded his own cause effectually appealed to the judgment and the Hea t the Uty found him not guilty the judge was enraged and told the jury hey must go Back and reconsider the adding he was astonished at their such an infamous verdict the jury matter giving bowed went pack and in a Quarter of an Touri re Man thus addressed the Bench aty lord in compliance with Lur de As we prions in the e heard accept ideally j he Hurve Brothers bout equal in of them was married and had in the other was unmarried Ether however cultivating in Armony possible the proper to d from their father t season had arrived Ibe two d up their sheaves made two f them and left them on the during he night the one who waa struck i h an excellent unmarried thought my brother said he to himself he a wife and children to support it is not just that my share of the Harvest should be As Large As Bis upon this he arose and took. From his Slack several sheaves which be added to those of his Bolher and this he did with As much Lecresy As if be had been com Milting an action in order that by Bra therly offering might Nat be refused Ohdo same night the other Broneer awoke and said to Bis wife my brother lives alone with out a companion be has no one to assist Bill in his labors nor to Reward him for his toil while cod Tat bestowed on me wife and children it is not right that we should from our common Field As Many sheaves As her since we have already More than be has Domestic happiness if you consent we shall by adding lec relly a certain number of our sheaves to his stack by Way of compensation and w without his knowledge see Bis portion of the Harvest increased this project was approved and immediately put in execution j in the morning each of the Brothers went to the Field i and was much surprised at seem the stacks equal during several successive the same contrivance was repeated on each Side for As each kept nuding to his Brothers stare the Black always remained the same but one night having stood sen Tinel to dive info the of ibo Miracle they met each bearing the sheaves mutually the other it was thus Alt Elucien rushed into each other s arms to Beaver for toying so Good a of says the legend the place id an idea has simultaneously of two and with so much ire we went Back to our room by Here found do reason to alter our or our verdict ire return it to you same Worda As before not guilty Lour lordship s reproof but we do Noj t As properly applying do us Indi and in our private capacities it is we Are insignificant men we claim nothing out his Box above the common regard due to our Humble yet hones station but my lord assembled Here As a jury we cannot be in sensible of the great importance of the office we Aow sustain we feel glad Bajt we Are appointed As you Are by the Law and the Constitution not Only to act impartially be Ween tit Tring the subject the offender but o form the Barrier of the people against the t los Simble influence prejudice or corruption of the Bench to which we do not wish to offer he smallest degree of dishes arct much less of insult we pay it the respect which one tribunal should pay to another for the com Mon Bonor of both this jury did riot accuse the Bench of partiality or oppression Rio we look upon it As the Sanctuary of truth and Justice still my Lorfel we can lot from our Mindi the records of by them we Are taught i and judges Are but fallible mortals the seat of Justice has been poll Thessin a Scroggs and a Jeffreys the judge frowned at these won intrepid juror thus proceeded my lord i am but a poor mar a free born subject and a Mem Constitution nay i am now highe one of its representatives i there erase school lat Kings and that Ted by a but the yet i Amer of the for i am fore claim Liberty of for myself and fellow jurors the speech i the judge resumed Bis complacency and the orator continued his address we have nothing to do my lord with your private character in this place it is veiled Obj your official one we Koiv you Here Only in that of a judge and Ai such we would respect you you know no thing of us but As a jury and in that situation we look to Yon for reciprocal respect became we know of no Man however High Bis title or rank in whom the law1 of the Constitution would warrant an unprovoked id ult towards that tribunal in which they hav vested the Dearest privileges they possess Rve sit Here my lord sworn to give a verdict according to our consciences and the bes t if oar judg Jent on the evidence before jus. We have id our minds discharged oar do y As honest men if we have erred we ate accountable not to your lordship nor to the pointed you but to a higher Power the King of the Bench was dumb the a was silent astonishment and applause murmured through the crowd and the poop Man was discharged. Or. Franklin rued to say Ere i Ting who a that Rich widows Lesl med for Jaleil and t each Gia Tefu brother where to go curved to in prelim by must have been acceptable to god men blessed it and Israel choose it there to erect the House of the lord voyage to Zast is aged Good he Mored who fell in Wuh some friends on Friday night or met with some great Luck i on saturday morning look a on a Slippery pavement at an Early hour and Corn juice he had imbibed was so powerful or the pavement so Iley that every attempt to gain a perpendicular Only weakened his strength and excited his Wra b Connarn the Pavin sluts muttered Fie bar Ain t no Gitten Long on pm and away he Wint sprawling try it again my old Feller advised a Looker on taint no answered he i fell Over them Are darned things last night be cause i could no see pm take a fresh Start said his Friend and Yourl walk Over the whole Low n easy after Getti Gorce More upright he pulled his hat Over his eyes looked his sympathiser in the face and coolly it s my opinion stranger that when the City people git to polish their Pavin stones for sunday that there growing a Little too proud Louii r Ville recipe for Makim conv sold one dozen ears of Corn yellow is the Best before it n hard while the milk wild run in breaking the Kernel score each one Down the Middle with a knife then scrape the inside out into a bowl or dish by running the Back of a knife hard Over the face of the ear which set aside then Tike the Corn cob and what remains on it put them in a pot and cover with water and boil one hour the n take out he cobs and put in with the liquid the id Ude of the Corn that scraped out and boil together half an hour put in a Little Salt and a pint of Sweet milk and let it Boll up once dish it up with a Little Butler if found too Hick it May be thinned with water before he second boiling we Are assured by one who has tried it and who we know o be an admirable judge of what in Good that by Fol owing these directions the poorest family May Enjo a nutritious and most delectable dish of soup a King Sweet the Remetin race of a kind act As we rest on our allows or Rise in the morning it gives ils de Light we have performed a Good deed to a poor Man we Lave made the widow s heart rejoice we dried the orphan s Sweet How Sweet the thought there is a luxury in remembering a kind act a storms careers above our Heads All in Black As Midnight but the Sun Shine is in our bosom the warmth is Felt there the kind act rejoice la the heart and liveth Delight in expressible who will not be kind 7 who la not do gooi1 who will not visit those who Are afflicted in body or mind to spend an hour among the poor and distressed is Worth a thousand passed in pomp and ease Tia present 10 Etc Portland Trinna ask and answers several important questions in the following manner would you a Happy f a sixpence in the orphan b hand would you be beloved 7 visit the fatherless. Would you be respected be upright in your dealings would of be honoured be Meek and Humble would you die at peace with the world love your neighbor As yourself. Would you secure heaven t live a Cru Tian life some City poet has worked oot the follow ing elegant specimen of literature and rhyme 0 Sally tis my chief Delight to Jravis upon year by cases bile. My Lave for i

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