Tioga Eagle, November 8, 1838

Tioga Eagle

November 08, 1838

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Issue date: Thursday, November 8, 1838

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Publication name: Tioga Eagle

Location: Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

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Years available: 1838 - 1919

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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 8, 1838, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania f each session of r enJarged containing a ge- 3ry of i ,s proceed- itract o' important d the acts of the con am articles cll-kpdwn tind ion subject sting to t ie general )ng Ha Poetrj miorausand path-i- itV jlhs, and others, Iwell known in in ty. Jn tht, va- >t mcnt and mstruc- cpartrrunt, and the nbelHshments, the and elegance of its intrmlcea to render i all respects, equal, s predecessors and i i tied that no work h' valuable equiva- amoiini at which it m. as thd Mirror. Lnt Hke iht present, st.ite all oui plans ff it were, it i ssicy ftir a journal h kpou a, not only (pil and Gieat i the English Suffice it to .say, 1 ibor, ti fnt, u.elus- ill tie ired to i t ulcl cable litera- i orpaiiiQnt to the tl c L pit lid States jinKil of women, the he rrtan ot business, s pow a parli- ununt and ill contain a single thu -vibrate tin of the most of be ss acieptdbk- to the Hie Mnror is pub-i at No I, Uar- or to I3roadwaj It erf HI tht extra super- w ith IrtcAitr, minion, a Splendid Super uiif and )ulnr piece of lie, ort, U.irp.Gutar, etc. an exquisitely En- and a re furnished Th> 'foliar? per aimum; 'srs in advance It the (jarlieM. mails to g out qf the city of mmimicalions, posF rcsscd to the editor. rectmitj for a leas ear -j-Xew ted the t volume. LETTERS Int Post Office at Co- County, Pi. .Sept. >hen B y n na n Taylor, la lahasenback William an rlea nas !S P. M. NEWSPAPER! VC L. I. TRWRSDAY, 8f NO. MIWTEJ AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. P. MAGILL. Office ing attention to t leir pro- mise forthwith. having, like other great bards, a begin- 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 pnde, 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 Veazcy, 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 bill, Rr id the diurnal charge of a visit and pill, Tlu n rep1 led, my dear sir, for ybur physic I'll pay, And return you your visits the pleasant So Grason will give them one doctrine njkifid, Cried, Go it, ye Locos how hajpy wej'll i Wisconsin the wild little girl of the jWeat, 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 hefirs That the CONSCRIPT BRQTHERS.j It was in the dark and smoky rtwjm of an'alehouse, 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 Bona- parte's 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 g.ve replied Edwaro, but when I hear the souiidofthe pet and tile crum, and the ,nusic of the cannon, H is a d ffernt I have with animation. I felt as secur you dc oneof us wou other said he, coloring It ja said Conrad he is a nlere boy. He has ten brought up with his twin sister jjLlice.' But come, said he, turn- ing an arch expression to his sec- 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 wittiin me.' If that is all my dear boy, said the soldier, give yourself no uneasiness. I never than two ofafami- ly-SAot in one battle and the other may return to comfort his aged father. A sudden-ho ight seemed to strike Have ?ou a father said he to tne soldier. fepliec 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 Bankites will carry all hollow, But begs us dear friends not to hazard a collar; Like -a child that's been blistered wl lie p aymg with fire, And how it but will not go richer, He brags and he cautions, that friends imy How on his statements, thej 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" days! you will'see that we do not shrbk had been desolated from our duty to-morrow.' ir own coifntrvmpn and their -n the mean said the soidK-r, 'robbed Of his three sons by, the let us all drink a bumper to our sis-er nf 0 brothers smiled. There was i the light-hearted, fearless npw comer that anima- selhsh ambition. rn, t poor father said ted their own qnrits. They soon lost fljc fescrve and awkwardness oi stran- fortunstte no Mie now to moaru 101 die to-morrow I shall not draw a tear, i human eye. I am without a citizen of the world, and mar, possibly, m the Pennsylvania state line to Corning, >n of New York, being a continuation went on, when DUT fc u timc to descend) on cndea- 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. fhose Contractors who have heretofore heen eugaged on the Rail Road of the Tioga Navi- Company; and whose work has been 1 with tho privilege of resumption on ritoiiuaenco operations on Sections, on or hefore the said first day of No- mber next. OTLLKR FOX, of the Tioga Corning Rail Roads. Oct. 12th, 1838. 3t We've earned the State and out-witted 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 Ilhonis added her stock to its fory; Maryland watched as it came within roll, ___pushed it along with a tremendous poll; The'Quakeress caught it 'and sent it aling, Ohioreceived it With tnumph and soar-, Massachusetts, that prude, as it came within call, Cried, "Dear sister Delaware, da stop that ball'." OFFICIAL honor of Fortunatus, placed a seponc stnoky lamp dircctly before htm. 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 the1 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 S1de by you will consider this as our last will he history or the Con- scriptS} nor was it uncommon. A late PHILIP BE OASTELLON uaj May, in pursuance of the act o" Congress of the 12th October, now be paid, on presentation at tr e treasury acvance of the period om fa 1 due. Each parcel of ftotes of ered .or pay- 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 WCOPB-JRY, i Stc'y of Tre'y. mettle not shown life, you n he, filling forgetting ape all a Glass But come e___es round, and npt obsequious landlord, 'we M low 1 glass exhilirated the com- me ejeso to sparkle. I Wl sh, said Ooaraa, as n ____of the decrepit and helpless, had no righiT to claim exemption. Three sons might be carried off in three suc- cessive years .from the sarrie desolate parents. There was no allowancemade for having already supplied a recruit.' Foj-tunatus, now the companion of tne brothers, was no conscript. He u voluntarily in the French r, and he believed their arms invin- ____ He was full of amusing anec- 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 is---------------------- not torus to reason, have nothi ig I don't like to fight in coo blood; the Plucked The le ter was sealed and directed to -he fathe Then Conrad' taking the miniature, which} 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 .wit-! the Conscripts. In a few moments his breaLiing 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, a.nd slept quietly. But not so Conrad. He -felt a responsibleness pressing upon NEWSPAPER! ;