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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 6, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaS of Floc family and most effectual cures Vul Tell feral sore. Tee Tionson a or in Tonj n juin tide ind Dys , d limbs c Tsi of the liver ii chronic com in standing. Combine the proper dimes. By Cleaugh plating the junctions the blood promote Tho taling medium and in to d body Tasi tit Tel e of disease. 3 May be taken with there be any change m such habit or diet us id men of intelligence , Canby. Kaliee or family Pilot Riuo in by or. I. To. Eniy years in my prac of complaint Matji Itin have proved c in Junly under diseases a a Lucli Alliey ii Idy expect heels is. D. Foal master. Cu., Mich having lie restorative or fam lumber of Yiirs 1 can Leeiii Tor the id4t a 1 have lived in plus by billions complaints m d very Shuit Lime m in Irit do Iitto i live dining lit Lime 1 have us Supi Laid wiil Ithem my it almost 1 no sick tin in Suritt and billions Jurj Jedof Al s i h would Alai to Hue. La Kihli 1 Belli Vul tur Bullitis coir Lii u Hole West. Lis with r. P a and buy los la Hula Aio us lib vib or t a y or. By Tiu or and Liuvao cult to Obj Ulaj Ricu Aumend them tur i Iii jul Sale und Etc icel Iru of any Al , m. I. Lib i read Tel of the i stir Attr s Llantin. R a or fam if la he ,1 Good find Sale b. Voll Llams. Psi 3. Esq. A june 15, is 12. Sir conceiving d by Neil oui to Public by i Jour Ketto Ratlae or Kapitu Lizul a lib dry was attacked with r Xvi to an direction of thu add Pani Dlly recovered feeble to much so that Teneil to Loose used Cacy Llie restorative Een rapidly regain tog her Wivi Gati la her usual do t or by Wellsboro. No it nerdy Ingiosi m 5 co., Tioga Plau Renc Ville. And try thu chs Ink this method of Ihu Cin Fin of it Allsboro Mil i in he has taken Tho Siciu Piedy or. Graves on the tailoring he Flitters Hyrtl ape hence that those who in custom will a knowl Lus . One 011 Short notice and i Al p. Loni on it Jund. Ork. Dua Orram most kinds add and Exchange with me Lair prices. In 13, 1843. Of. Scoville received a Large and sort men i of hats con a Brush Oiler Musk aj.s6 rement of ladies i. Which will be sold n hand. Me 10th, 1843. And Points Eon hand also kettles of r Nale by h. W. Graves. Une 10th, is printed wednesday by j. P. At whole no. 264. Wellsborough wednesday september 6, 1 8 4 3 the Farmer. arbiter of taste the Tioga Leacue translated prom the French. Conditions. And communications m St be from the Vermont spot of Tho last of the its or at of Jeremiah a Over Tutje be mile men and ladies All vrho about these come listen to the Mournful tale 01 Jeremiah Wiggins. Who brought upon himself upon his More sorrow and in Liappess by trusting piggery sit in eighteen Hundred thirty Rune 1 was a Happy Man sir and jogged along quite soberly beneath the Rule of Van sir. I raised my sheep and sold my Wool for Louy Centi a Pound sir and 1 d enough to Edt and drink and Cash the whole year round my children All then went to school Ai Bonghi Imti new ill Lara with spelling books geography and neat Stai Chad in Colla i looked upon Iny my Meadows and my Catoe and Tihoi Ifft thai i was pretty a Vul poverty to . But in eighteen Hundred forty fee a Gie Al hard cider preacher 1 found him taking Tea wit and trying Tor to Leach her. Lie told us How the county a in great distress and Tum and All on lir dec null he a 01 Martin Mac Van Quoten. He told us How the Industry of All the world he d pm gulp How he had got the i Ursand state tenant Nuzly United a standing array too he said he d got to Rule the nation and a plan to lax our poultry a had in contemplation. He said he d grown to be Asta As our old White Bouse Steeple ten Cenis a Day and bean Sou thai he would give the Peop from Commerce and the arts1 he d crush the very breath and All the labourers of the Lane tie meant to starve to death he said he kept an English and wore a Broadcloth cloak sir and to the common people that he scarcely Ever spoke sir thit he lured in splendor like a Prince from care and thought exert it sir and had for us and ajl the Wod a most Superb contempt sir and then he Sang a song that piled us All Chuck full of Wonde Abonal one or. Harn sep who bought like blood and bunder and Kil de More indians in a c a than you could pile or stack sir Between the archipelago and bloody Saranac sir. And then he said if i would v the against the tyrant Martin that i should Gat for ajl my ool borne sixty cents or Sartin thai every thing that i Wool would bring a Price if 1 would go for tip and t y and get them in so Nice roast besides he Sid we All should get to reigning i on to and where pro had a Dollar i 0 we then should handle Twenty Ard then he made me join an d sing a song he had it then fore Well go for tip and to my boys wit font a Why or where i songs left so i left my Arm and. Work and went to Lection eng a carrying flags singing s hard cider meetings Steep no i got a Banner caught a coot and built a log Cabin and gave the Locos right Ai 1 a most terrific stat join. I could n t Stop to Boe my c irn my cattle i neglected. Two id ill be ngut they t old me if old tip begot elected and to i went the Sammet that Home once in a week sir and then with Pitt Diotio k a Botne i Conlen t a and a an m All e. Neir. Sell Sii through so. 4 i took b Little wine l All the leaders told sir a Little drop of harder stuff make me feel More bold sir o i followed their advice d guzzled Brandy Hen they Eaid i used my Tongue St excellent and Handy. Lort i Rode and yelled and bawled Rongholt the whole Campaign sir med my wife and children if by Ever dared complain sir. It my Money and my time left ran head and ears sir Hen old tip would make it right by said and i d no Peais sir. At 1 Lido i an is the Lection Day came on d tip and to got in sir red to see the better times r mediately begin sir d my Wool at sixty cents e Price of labor double n 1 thought about that Are roast beef Kann Ortof of int payable half yearly in or 5o year. Peace with god. An ancient said that he would rather have the King s countenance than his Coin a Good look from him rather than Gold. And i dare aay that a Christian thinks himself Richer when he is Able to god is mine than if he Nad a thousand mines of Gold. If the Sun were wanting it would be night for All the stars so if the Light of god s countenance be wanting a Man May sit in the Shadow of death for All the Glisten no of wordly Contentment. I beseech you Tell me suppose the Hou ses were paved with pearls and walled with diamonds still if the roofs a Jere open to the injuries of heaven would be no sort of trouble be Lime went on and still there came o better times nor Money an All my old hard cider friends Osrew any thing but Honey of crops were lost my fences y business All neglected my poor wife at last began i cry and look dejected. Oife Day i went to put my Gate Nee More its hinges m r conscience i Vonjj me at times some pretty saucy twinges or. Sheriff Sharp came up Ith writs about a pail Lull then my prospects Gan loj ook o me a Little baneful. It is generally admitted that there Are two sides to almost every thing but Seldom do we find both sides equally conspicuous. The historical Page but rarely exhibits More than one Side of the picture. The history own country will Bear witness of the truth 01 this assertion especially the history of the Early settlements. However much the Early settlers May have been extolled for their piety it must be acknowledged that they were rigidly superstitious and when reflecting upon their injustice to those among their Brethren who like them selves had sought an Asylum in the wilds of America and perchance owing to a different organization honestly did died from them in us jail in Iii Hll Mllton we v m i a. These shelter Jou from the Morm and 1 s0me non essential Points of Faith will not the question naturally Anse what must have been their feelings toward and their treatment of the unsophisticated children of i the Forest and How different would the printed Page i Loop tempest would you to be so lodged in a hard Winter suppose the King Weie to set of in a chair of state at a table richly furnished royally at tended but with his sword hanging Over you by a thin thread would that Honor make you merry suppose god i appear if the wrongs of the red Man and the himself should make you this i trails of he character Lead there been Crown your head with Rose buds but that Wisdom which a clothe yourself in purple fare delicious be has Nosell As far As v every Day take your fill of pleasure i i j Jim r ii i d e in the background and it la owing More open your Mouth wide and i will fill i j k n ii -.l. i to tradition than any other source that you with Al that heart could wish of j wordly this you shall never see my would you think Michael Angelo indignant at the unjust preference which the pretended connoisseurs of Ilia time gave to the works of the ancient Ted beside by what they Hod said to him that the least of the antique Slat us was More Beautiful than All he Hac done or Ever could produce. Bethought himself of a singular Means to confound them. He secretly sculptured a cupid with All the Genius and Art which to him. When this statue was finished he Cut off an Arm and after have Given to the remainder of the figure a Means of a certain tints the color of the ancient titties he buried it during the night in a place where i hey wer soon to dig for the foundation of an edifice. The Lime found the cd the curious ran to Admire it. They cried out seen any thing that they had so Beautiful. Never it is a it us master piece of phidias said some is of polic Liles said others. How Penor cried they All to any thing done at the present Day but what a pity of these things Are kept in remembrance. In delineating Indian character historians. You had a Good offer would you acas a Genenie hmm have exhibited the dark Side h took my chaise he took my to me it was a puzzler tips were All in favor of Onie old hard cider guzzler by sold my horse my cattle and hey turned my wife out door sir d marched me off to jail because could it pay them More left at last As poor As dirt ily property All wasted e cup of i think lost bitterly i be tasted e put my children out my wife sought a new provider d Here i am my pal smashed in a victim of hard cider. Gentlemen and ladies All who live about these digging Hove listened to the Mournful tale of Jeremiah Wiggins be warning from his cruel Fate lest you at last like he sir ing Down ruin on yourself by trusting Luggery sir. Home. My Home my own my native Home 1 Long to see the once again a boyhood s haunts where i did Roamer flowery track and verdant Plain Murrau Rizig Brook 1 hear which flows along the Valley s Side 5 Oft produced a Joyful tear. Viewed alone in boyhood s Pride. Memory now brings full in View Linse Rural scenes 1 still hold i he Gulf the Lawn the mansion too which youth and Beauty still Revere. Wit i hippy Home i line or forget there first i Lisp d my Mother s name id v Here i painted with regret rom All i quest of Fame. I d now i wander far and wide o or life s Dull cold and Stormy sea Lill i look Back with conscious Pride that my life so far is Benj Ohtani freed though the world May coldly look upon the wanderer 1 that doth no 1 be re forget the biota that Marka the native cent of the condition Jno if heaven i of he tire tie Nolan has been represent fight against us Wrath of god hang Over our Heads in he hid3 his face that it wants an Arm that Arm i have a length said Michael Angelo who had listened to these foolish exaggerations. They began to mock him but the con fusion soon upon them when Ted As a Demon his method of warfare treat Hane Over Ourn Eaas n be Iii a is Date rent of prisoners and vindictive spirit has and be angry but a Little Happy a Are All they that put their Trutt in him. Been in every horrid whue Many say who will show us any injuries which inflamed his passions Good lord lift thou up the Light of and spurred him on to cruel deeds have been thy countenance upon let our i As much As possible concealed from Public House be a Dungeon but let the Light of thy countenance Shine in at some Little opening and that shall make it a Palace a court a heaven Iet our bread be the bread of affliction and our tears be our drink but let the Light of Fhy countenance Shine upon us and that bread shall be changed into the food of Angels and that water turned into wine let friends and and All forsake us but let the Light of thy countenance Shine upon us and t shall be life Ami friends and goods and All unto us for no in when the deluge of defaced the great Book of nature and a copy of every kind of creature in that famous Library of the Ark out of which All were Repnin eco to the world so. That he who hath god. Has Tho original copy of All blessings out of which if All perished All might easily be restored. God is the Best store a Man can have the Best Treasury that a kingdom can have. God is the Best shield of any person and the safeguard of any nation if god be our enemy nothing can secure us if be our Friend nothing 1 can hurl us for when the enemy girds round about with the Strait est i siege he Cannat Stop the passage to they saw Michael Angelo read just to the statue the Arm which he had before detached from it. By acknowledging the True author of the Sulue it Wane Pessary to acknowledge also that it is not impossible for the moderns to equal the offers. W. L. Ing. W ill it be Ever thus 1 Are there not those who Are willing that Justice should be nay who Aie willing to assist in the Are there not among our aged grandsire those who in the storehouse of memory have garnered up enough of tradition to give a True Pic Ture of the led Man s wrongs 1 and will not their children s children search the venerated repository of the archives of Olden time and cull from thence facts which shall scatter the Mist of error and show to the world the red Man in a truer Light 1 i think i hear a voice answering it shall be done. Too Long has the dark Side been contemplated too Long has Justice truth shall come Lori. And the red Roan s wrongs shall be redressed. The dark Side will then receive a brightness and the red Man be known and acknowledged As a brother in humanity. Pummels. Al Friend who has just returned from the South tells us that about Farly Miles this Side o Tuscaloosa on the Road to Huntsville the Driver pointed to a Large Hole in the Field whte i he said was the greater curiosity in the world. Of i dont. Never go to. France unless you learn the Lingol if you do ilk erne Yon h repent by Jingo. Staring like a. Fool. And silent As a Mummy there i stood alone a nation like a Dummy chaises stand for chairs. They Christen letters they Call their mothers and All their daughters signs 1 had to make for every utile notion limbs All going like a Telegraph in motion. For wine of reeled about to show my meaning fully and made a to ask Lor beef Hajji ,bully." if i wanted bread. My jaws. I set a and Osksa for new Laid eggs by hands and if i a ride i la Tell Yon How i got in on my Stiek astride 1 made believe to Trot it. Heaven and so Long As that is open there May come some Relief and Succour from heaven if god be our Friend. Let Phai Aoh he behind the red sea before the mountains on each Isra elites can still find a Way and when there is no other Way to escape a Dan Ger a Christian can go by heaven but if god be an enemy for All their Walls bars god could As he Jid on Sodom rain on us fire and Brimstone from heaven. Count and French count 01 comte Feit of the character and a jew Money broker disputed in a restaurant Down town yesterday. Sucre " said the Frenchman rapping his Oane furiously against the ground f you know who i i be one Gran French fount Vel Dhen Monsieur French Aid the israelite you Knowsh who i h Vel i Thell you if you Beese Dot to the ish to himself. The landlord thought that neither of them was of any of count and told them if they meant to continue their quarrel they should the ruling years ago we had not passed through so Many scenes calculated to indurated the heart As we have since. We then resided at Vernon in this in the autumn of 1833, the congestive fever in that Vicinity but notwithstanding death was Busy at his work there were some half dozen of the citizens of the Village who daily met at myer s grocery for the purpose of whiling away the time at a game of among the number was Squire a who had a child laying at the Point of death in the midst of a game his servant broke into the loom exclaiming missus baby Are was and missus wants you to come Quick the Squire lose slowly from the table and Slid his quarters As slowly into his purse. Said the Suque pass my hand for a few minutes if you and he left la about half an hour he returned an4 resumed his place at the table after some time it occurred to one of the gentlemen that might be polite to ask the Squire about the child. Said he directing conversation towards Squire w. Rather How is your child 1" said the Squire it is How often have the Best feelings of the human heart been seared and blighted under the the Pansen Gers went to the spot and Loul round Hole about seventy feet in diam Eter with the Earth on All sides apparently solid and overgrown grass. There was water at the Bottom apparently a Hundred feet from the surface. It is at the top of a Ridge of Earth upon which at the distance of Twenty rods stood the deserted dwelling of the owner of the Plantation. The Driver Sta Ted that about three years ago in the dusk of evening the Pinter was Start led by a rumbling noise and stepping from his door was astonished to find that a magnificent Pine tree More than a Hundred feet High and a Noble Oak which stood by its Side in the open Field had both disappeared on going to the spot this Hole appeared but nothing was to be seen of the Trees nor has the lop of them Ever been reached though a sounding line has Rufeen sent Down three Hundred the planter thought it unsafe to re Man so near a neighbor to such a catastrophe lest that should befall him and his family which Bezel the Pine and seasonable hints. Stubble All your stubble Fields dressed with plaster at he rate of a Bushel to the whether they Hare been seeded to grass or not it will prove Benefi All you grounds intended for fall Grain up As speedily As possible taking care to get that allotted for Rye ready first As the earlier in september you get that Grain in the better it will be nor would be Content to sow it without spreading Over every acre of the ground a Bushel of with regard to the time of sowing wheat we Are persuaded that most Farmers delay the operation until it is Loo late. It is our opinion that every one should begin to seed from the 15th to the 20ih of septem Ler. This would give the wheat plants Lime to get Well and strongly rooted in the Earth before the freezing of the ground in the fall and thus serve to prevent the loss by freezing out. The Only difficulty to result from Early sow no is the fall attack of the hessian Fly hut we think this May be obviated by Matching the plants and rolling when he insect is in its Chrysalis stale but even if this should not prove a remedy the advantages to be derived by Early ripening and consequent avoid Ance of the rust would More than porn sensate for the hazards of the Fly in the fall. This is one of the months in which its eggs in the nostrils of the sheep which produce the disease called Worms in the head and which destroy so Many of these useful animals we would advise you to Avail yourself of a very simple and cheap remedy Une which we have often re commended and will repeat. It is this for every sheep place in a trough once a week Lor five or six weeks a Gill of Salt As much tar. Place the tar on the Bottom of the trough and spread the Salt Over it. In eating the Salt the sheep will smear their noses with the tar. And thus secure them selves against he Fly As the Aroma of the t3r n it Puk Velo his organs of scent. Besides pc eating the animals their ice re will act n Ciuc in Illy enemies the tar and impart Eon the Oak and so he removed to another House a mile Distant yet nothing of the kind has happened since a and the won def still remains unaccounted for. Who in Wise he that learns from every on. Who is powerful he that governs his own passions. Who he that is Content. Hope is an instigator to action pos session is the father of indolence. Stit Elionai to your sheep. Bot unless Jou Itic title to repeal the precaution aon1 attempt it at All be i i its repetition the Security of measure rests and it would be but i mockery to do it once and then scribe its future to save your sheep to he want of Efficacy when in fact Jour own neglect should be changeable with it. If you undertake to do a thing do Ilas it ought to be done and not by halves and quarters. If it is worthy of being done at All it is worthy of Berag Well done. We Are of this Faith that whether a Man been aged in winning the smiles of a Levely woman of farming he should give to the object his Pursuit his whole heart As nothing less than that should or will answer in either ease. Two year old heifers intended for Milch cows should now be served and in selecting a Ball have a due regard to the improvement of their progeny. It takes no More to Rase a Good calf than an indifferent one. Milch. The pastures get thin provide your cows with Good succulent food of some kind so that they May neither fall off in flesh nor milk. Clover soon As outside the Orleans to carry it on Picayune. Riches dwell no longer in the hands of a Liberal Man than patience in the heart of a ver or water in a Sieve. Boarding miss being unwell thought it was not genteel to say Bill ions so she complained of being William ova withering influences of debasing appetites let the devotees of fashionable Folly and sen sual indulgence answer. W Hen once the mind roams in Pursuit of objects to gratify voluptuous appetites or seeks to gratify the morbid desires of avarice or excitement in play Tare Well to All the gentle charities w. Was naturally a Lent Man we have seen him on the judicial Bench and in the Halls of legislation but never have we seen him on the Bench at the bar or in the forum but our heart has Frozen As we remembered the words is philosophy of is like a fire and those who meddle with May Chance to Burn their Fine s. Is like a pocket with a Hole in it and those who risk their Money therein Are very Likely to lose ii. Law is like a lancet dangerous in the hands of the ignorant doubtful in the hands of an adept. We had an awful storm once when 1 was to sea on the Ohio told us to take in All take in All sail on a canal boat How i Miyoi do that ashore and Knoek Edthe of twee i gentle Uncle if latin bid will have Cut your second crop of Clover sow a Bushel of plaster to the acre do this whether you mean to plough it up this fall or next Spring or not Ivil the next year. In either cases it wih Benefit your land. I barn Yards cow pens and hog peas. Have these covered with Loam and leaves from the Woods or Mould of any kind a foot will con Perl every Cubit Foet Good manure before say you have not got time Creole. Eleven Silver spoons to his Nephew adding if i have not left the dozen he knows the the feet was the Nephew had some before stolen the from his relative. News paper resolve that it shall be Possession of the time will be an. Easy matter. For a former to Saj has not time crops is a language which we comprehend and our opinion is every Man. Engaged in farming should teach every one about him the meaning of the Ter Farmer. Is paper 1

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