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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 8, 1838, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania f each session of r containing a ge- of i s o important d the acts of the con am articles tind ion subject sting to t ie general ng Ha s and om the I best new rm and 1 of Foreign engaged ively ior this i Various ire pre- and approbation of and beautiful acted and from in other iliau etc oil to passing events ils and Art papers I of copies of com- uith the ic volume jy directing their the editors price SAC ill f in ad- of thr new ckr the charge of id will contain as lions Inmom and others Iwell known in in ty Jn tht and and the the and elegance of its to render i all respects equal s predecessors and i i tied that no work h valuable at which it m as thd Mirror Lnt Hke iht present all oui plans ff it were it i ftir a journal h a not only pil and Gieat i the English Suffice it to say 1 ibor ti fnt ill tie ired to i t cable i to the tl c L pit lid States of women the he ot business s pow a and ill contain a single thu tin of the most of be ss to the Hie is at No I or to It erf HI tht extra super- w ith minion a Splendid Super and piece of lie ort etc an exquisitely En- and a re furnished per srs in advance It the mails to g out qf the city of to the editor for a leas ear ted the t volume LETTERS Int Post Office at County Pi Sept B y n na n Taylor la William an nas P M VC L I NO AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J P MAGILL Office Amn si 1st door above the Court House the Globe The Ball been rolling for six Vermont in her dress of rich russet wnd green Sent a whre Smith to see what there was to SELECT i us t co Pa The subscription a if paid in advance or if not paid the expiration of the year at the usual rates No subscription received for a shorter period Mhin months nor will any paper be all arrearages are paid but at the option published letters relative to the business of the ard communications for the paper must be PALO or they will not be attended to Now cheered by the Angela of glory and light From the hour when the morning stars sang in their mirth It has rolled and is rolling naught naught hut the earth Subscribers will pay the highest for all Kinds of PRODUCE in S or on some few old Notes and Accounts C J L ROBINSON Oct 1838 f K subscriber would respectfully inform the county that ho has unopened a GUN FACTORY at nne d o- north of Hotel where ho t m to in a good and workmanlike manner all kinds of work that to his business He will make to orders on reasonable notice Hit es Pistols and Pieces of which shall be equal to any manufactured in this it Spot smen are invited to give him a fair trial amd see if their success in the Chase does not upon the goodness RIFLE Tf Guns repaired on the shortest notice JAMES KELLY Mug 1838 tl E hive just received n ral of Cooking Franklin Dot and MK Russian and English STOVES Also pipe constantly on haild sheet Iron Stoves Drums in ulo to order and at the shortest notice G BOWEN fy Co mn Buffalo SPLENDID and good assortment of Buffalo For sale by ROBINSON The Last Call for this Season ALL those that promised to pay the sub- scribers by the first pf last September cost by ing attention to t leir mise forthwith having like other great bards a ning Like them out at elbows and scant in the linen We drink from our Helicon shallow and dry And sang from our parlor that's next to the sky Goose creek in its is endeavoring to run A cat on the house top is crying for fun A pig in the gutter is grunting in joy A towser is chasing a boy Creation is silent at least so tis said Bj others more sappy and twice as well read And millions are waiting to hear what we say earthworms who grope mid the An idea has struck us and oh with what pain The lonely one struggles to pop from our Clear the course oh ye loafers who block up the path Our muse is a racer and travels like wrath Old Maryland first in the glorious war a lion in battle extended her paw own from the flagstaff tore the rag streamer And hoisted the terror of Harry thr dreamer over the empire of State just as easy A Grason she put where the Whigs put a And then to the latter by way of adieu Returned him Ins messages never read through As the joker when settling a Doctor's long Rr id the diurnal charge of a visit and pill Tlu n led my dear sir for physic I'll pay And return you your visits the pleasant So Grason will give them one doctrine Cried Go it ye Locos how i Wisconsin the wild little girl of the Caught it up as it struck with full force on her breast And Iowa scarcely in petticoats clad To send it back used all the strength that had A voice from the North from the South East anc West Cries onward arm give U no While thousands of daymen turn swiftly from Before the full glare of Democracy's day But the best of all jokes is the last of Goels W ho ne'er had such backward returns I from the mails So backward are they that from Wheeling rje That the CONSCRIPT It was in the dark and smoky of the walls stained bythe dirt of years that three young mer were seated at a table I Their coarsa and scanty meal stood untasted before them Their muskets rested against the wall and their knapsacks lay on the floor The storm beat furiously against the window The rain had penetrated through the dilapidated building and gave a still more desolate appearance to the miserable apartment of Waterloo A terrible conflict expected Many a soldier of army was fired by the prospect and waiting with all the impatience of military ardor for morning to Not so our young conscripts They had been torn by the imperial mandate from the bosom of their family from I said Cohrad my father claimed the good o had filled his replied but when I hear the pet and tile crum and the nusic of the cannon H is a d I have with animation I felt as secur you dc us wou other said he coloring It ja said Conrad he is a boy He has ten brought up with his twin sister But come said he ing an arch expression to his ond brother you can help us out 1 The blushes of Philip were of a kill deeper hue than Edward's At however in a low voice he said cile TJe soldier had narrowly observed me If that is all my dear boy said the soldier give yourself no uneasiness I never than two in one battle and the other may return to comfort his aged father A ight seemed to strike Have a father said he to tne soldier he the expression of his countenance suddenly changing my father diec in my arms and left a relative in the world I Yes he ftarns that the will carry all hollow But begs us dear friends not to hazard a collar Like -a child that's been blistered wl lie p with fire And how it but will not go richer He brags and he cautions that friends imy How on his statements lose whlen they bet Washington October 13 1838 3 E DJ Prom the Broom co Courier whig 3 are the best customers on earth in o ic respect are so easily suited just escaped from tie And why not replied he oT better you will'see that we do not had been desolated from our duty to-morrow ir own and their -n the mean said the robbed Of his three sons by the let us all drink a bumper to our nf 0 brothers smiled There was i the light-hearted fearless npw comer that ambition rn t poor father said ted their own They soon lost and awkwardness oi no Mie now to 101 die to-morrow I shall not draw a tear i human eye I am without a citizen of the world and mar possibly I pass along the of my felow be- pir I diminish their happi- I am said Conrad if be a a ter added ward Most willingly would said the so dier but would they receive me Who will h for my character they have been routed horse and Champaigne Well may these calamity he had experienced He foot asid yet they add in fellows talk of dying when was several years older than she and the same breath don't you how inc and stare them in the face had been a husband rather alter me toe gained At the last The landlord who had long groaned order than that ot modern election but one in the heavy demands of those who French gallantry though ne her Be it sp exclaimed De Lancey W survive you I will seek out your i If I die Huza for the the State of all But Now father and mother m an Oct 17th 1838 money on lus re-election But entertaining Fortunatus r now the proclaims his defeat look whenever I take off my cap and manner His were that the fool and nf Edward and Alice were his constant worth and now lets to bed and till mo -ning said Conrad we must B LS of SALT for sale by Sr ingles and Hoards will be received in for Goods E A N 31 tf OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office it s Mills September 1838 Charles Abner Drake John Harris Lyman Gibson B Marenus Stephens EpHraim Seth J G SPENCER P M oct r the King of the Rags Poor Wagnner losey is left to his nags While Porter pure is hailed wUh de- The theme of the freeman from morning till night And rtaylor the nailer in spite of the Whigs Is found like the prophet Jeremiah's figs then guef in the peculiar p that have had a GAIN In Ohio where whiggery has ed for a few years like ui incubus and where they were sure of success whi e the of the Democratic candidate by thousands upon thousands is ringing in their ours they admit their defeat but pointing to the returns cry But sec here Just look at OUT so on to tae end of the chap er We must The Doctor of the bolus he made Has to Paynter and to the trade And Jesse his burden lias shouldered again And borne him half from the field of the slain i Though a Sergeant is left to the bankers and i tones And Lancaster hugs her fetters and glories who was He clasped a beyond the i ferocious animal as fast as possible and God bless your exclaimed the landlord may you often take it off in my house Go then poor said the dier throwing him a few franks and hi mg us the best you can find The landlord bowed low and I do in my very soul pity these poor said the soldier turning to his comrades they are oppressed by the soldiery and obliged to tain and feed them without pense and get nothing but curses in re- i which it must be acknow -J J Years had passed in this tranquil state I and the father daily felt his cares 1 by the aid of It this that a detachment of diers entered the village for Conscripts Their short stay was marked by they bore away in triumph i Jean's eldest born Conrad The year Philip was market out and enlisted as a soldier Edward still remained nor did it enter the old man's head that they could rob him of all but when the decisive was -o be fought when the best blood of France to be spilt like water and Dear and honored father yoi receive this letter your three sons be no more Frederick De cey is the Learer of it He has done our dear Edward a signal service and have thought him trustworthy to con- vey to e the picture of my er My heart bleeds when I think of you witho it one prop for your old age save our innocent and helpless satisfied De Lancey to you if you In cage of his wore gain that he was out of not having a taste hue of the stranger's mind began to even the dismal hue of the tion then the father was deprived ef all Yet still some form Was preserved No under sixteen was to J 1 1 1 1 SEALED will be received W at the of the of the Company m tho Village of Tioga until the 1st day of N next at 3 o'clock P M for the and Masonry of the following Sections from Blossburg in Tioga to the State line near vif Sections No 6 11 1C 23 35 36 37 38 39 40 and also fr the Pennsylvania state line to Corning of New York being a continuation went on when DUT fc u to descend on YV III ec from Contractors not personally known to Engineer Proxies of the Line and specifications of the will be exhibited at said Office for five days before the letting Contractors who have heretofore heen on the Rail Road of the Tioga Company and whose work has been 1 with tho privilege of resumption on operations on Sections on or the said first day of No- mber next FOX of the Tioga Corning Rail Roads Oct 12th 1838 We've earned the State and Old Harry The thunder he heard mid the panic of gloom Was a type of the fure pronouncing his doom Though a Daniel was there to interpret his dream The people are walking by mountain and The Ball set in motion by BENTON ic rolling In spite of all falsehood or paltry cajo mg Infant Maine sent it forth to her sister Missouri Young added her stock to its fory Maryland watched as it came within roll it along with a tremendous poll caught it and sent it aling it With and Massachusetts that prude as it came within call Cried Dear sister Delaware da stop that ball OFFICIAL honor of Fortunatus placed a lamp before As said he this is the very ea to us a 1 he is and it i earnest wish of my brothers as we myself hat if he should be the only use of evasion They promised to stand by him but when he was put m In case is the sole survivor I be- that his two boys might fight by you will consider this as our last will he history or the Con- nor was it uncommon A late PHILIP BE May in pursuance of the act o Congress of the 12th October now be paid on presentation at tr e treasury of the period om fa 1 due Each parcel of of ered or ment should be accompanied with a schedule showing the and sums of the several notes and the rates of inter- est thereon 1 Holders will he Accommodated with drafts payable at or near their of residence whenever practicable LEVI i of mettle not shown life you n he filling forgetting ape all a Glass But come round and npt obsequious landlord we M low 1 glass the com- me to sparkle I Wl sh said as n the decrepit and helpless had no to claim exemption Three sons might be carried off in three years from the sarrie desolate parents There was no for having already supplied a recruit now the companion of tne brothers was no conscript He u voluntarily in the French r and he believed their arms He was full of amusing dotes and assured them that he hac fought in several battles I don't know how it said he Poh said the new comer it not torus to reason have ig I don't like to fight in coo blood the Plucked The le ter was sealed and directed to fathe Then Conrad taking the miniature was fastened to his nee i bv a blaek ribbon pressed it to lis lips did the same De La icey was lodged in the room the Conscripts In a few moments his denoted that he had sunk into that calm and tranquil sleep that belongs health of body and Philip a id Edward forgot for a while sir gloomy presentiments slept quietly But not so Conrad He a responsibleness pressing upon
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