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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 13, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOf v co. A. Two dollars ind fifty cants per an e of cents deducted of and orca actually mad Dollar will be v discontinued until All arrearage Are at the option of the editor Mehls not exceeding twelve lines in times and for sob Twenty five cents. Notices not lines inserted for at for one or three insertions the Samc. I timpani to yearly advertisers. By woman s of kits. .1 love As women do in the idol s sight May look Hal ii Vuk f to of her All Day dream All the night Ait face and her remembered voice i into jealousy in thava Badii Letwat is not Flor ctr in Csc to tenderness w0rd May linger on her 7n Ber Smi is but still they cannot love their lo.7e is but a dream kit in and it Dies Little lingering Light Ixon of their thoughts hut not Netho Beauty of its of l be Dearoy never dream Lily. Ardoth imbue essence of her lifer doth tinge ail her Smil her Claih with All radiance and then Worsnup made it i sets not. World Oriot change it it Defield Lime fail to dim the fire Man the brighter for some sprinkled drop., but Leoj its flame. Ils troth would e with err the Rich hair turn Grey and the Eye dim i3lie f incr love could die 1 a to kor v a .1 u s a by Al Psi or in i Tyr. H u a Tot to v j vol. At gust and the Timon that Berwick is mined ins the Dow Imbi Inge at Ana Junction on the Shani Okjin Valley and enters the bituminous Coal mined on a shipped Jat Witti u taken to a 411 am afraid to ask Why afraid to ask Don t be a i m afraid because she assures me that she knows her father would never give his concurrence to her marriage to one entirely without Means and has nothing Bat this education and Good moral character to re commend Doea she speak confidently on the Point 7" of most confidently. She is , he perfectly change of the father not the is he an old Man is advanced in then sin he Viust bean old come take another Glass of the eccentric old gentleman Here filled ups the Glass of his son s preceptor and the latter quaffed off its contents. Do i know this stupid of and Tor some Tim e for very Many does he and uis daughter reside in this neighbourhood is it a fair question to ask the old idiot s i would rather not mention it a exist origin of Hail Colin a. In the year of 1798, when patriotic feel in tiie country and when there were sever Al parties in the . Fox a Young play i who was More admired for his vocal than histrionic Powers called one morning upon his Friend or. Hopkinson and after Statig that the following evening had been appoint Edford Bis and expressing great for the result As not a single Box had been taken begged his Friend to do something in from Arguta canals of Mil main use. In our last we a description the railways and shall conclude to Day our description of therein line by a notice of the canals. The Catiis of main line Are dded into three Eastern division the East Bank of the Traat eos tji his behalf. Said Fox you will write a Muta division in the Valley of the Junia me some patriotic verses to the tune of the president s i of foil House. Several of the people about tre have attempted it but they have come to the conclusion that it cannot be done yet i think you May succeed.1 or. Hopi Olson re tired to his study and in a Short time wrote the first verse and chorus which were submitted to mrs. Hopkinson who Sang them to a piano accompaniment and proved the Mea sure to by i compatible and in keeping. In this Way the second and other verses were written and when or. Fox returned in the evening he received with Delight the song As it now stands. The fallowing morning email announced that or. Fox would sing a song the theatre Tat and the Western division in the valleys of the Conemaugh Kisk Emineta and Allegheny. The Eastern and Tunica division form canal one Hundred and seventy three Miles in length Between the two railways of the main line hut is Sepa rated from the Western division Fey the Allegheny Mountain. The Eastern division commences at Lumbia on the Susquehanna Twenty High Miles below where it connect co years. 1835 1836 1r38 1839 1840 1811 1843 1844 receipts "29 74 14 019 26 v net Revenue per mile. 13 29047 35380 966 17 477 80 51250 400 56 368 14 per mile. 77 36 635 St 06 76694 54064 66653 897 12 to Dixons Burin is Rekett tatar e Western canal 10 22 40 61364 regard upon the main line of state will be neen that the sources of Revenue Are varied and never failing. It Penetra Fei mountains of Mineral wealth and Rons through agricultural Vallies of Fertility. It is the aver line to Market for the produce of furnaces forge in Aldo faeries rolling Mills and Coal tonnage that has made the canals Nal by the which is Al to3 mines termination of the West Branch that shipped at Bronco the navigation by Fie Wightw port and Elmira railway and the coif front cations is transported from . Ment Down the Branch end a cabals to the main line and from thence to Market. Pennsylvania. Iron the following table show i the Quantity of 82. Pennsyl Vanjo Iron shipped on the mail t 70253 i _ Oak Baa and the increase. In 1843, and year 1844, collectors Ujj Itti. Philadelphia Paoli j Parkesburg Lancaster Columbia Portsmouth of England the in the world. Harrisburg and the proprietor or the Sineti Topi is. We passed pretty near a House who Csc was rim. Ago the scene of an incident in the hands of a skilful novelist be so spun out As to make the Oil botox Rols i the House there am Sot fire that he not still reside Imp Ulric old Rich landed proprietor. His am diets and manners were Plain and his life homely hut intending a band i line Fortune for each of his Hon and a was his great a Obi to Siv Ethem a first rate education. The being the it lest had returned from the first boarding schools quite an a Loffl polished lady. He doled on her and fully i aide up Bis mind that she should either hurried to a Man of rank importance in a world by not Narried at All. For the j sons in As be said that they might i educated Ondar own that he might Jit that full Justice was done to Rhem be it alloyed a talented Man whom the old eccentric gentleman landed to the skies Foi his exceeding modesty of manner. Things went on for a season is smoothly As either party could wish the Tutor growing every Hoar in in it Good of his Patron. He i came in Tine a confirmed Favourite and i in Evory respect tre fad As one of the j Nufler dinner the modest i into there being no one present but them said to the old in hesitating in cells scarcely Ven Lunn to raise his head he spoke that he wished to him confidentially for a few m minutes on a very important and delicate matter and to get lit advice As to How in ought to net in the Pecoliar circumstances in which he Wai pliceit1. Quite ready to hear you sir and to give you the Best advice in my observed tie other who had always been remarkable forbid rough Bluet manner of speaking. 1 really do not know How to begin. I m almost afraid to mention the thing to claimed the Tutor tying and untying of twine on his Finger on which he kept his thoroughly fixed. Of Don t he afraid sir out with it it s nothing horrible i Hope 0v dear Well then let us hear it at it s about an affair of a an affair of the heart. A i see would not press you not by any the love struck Tutor was All attention listen to me sir. Lend me your ears. I will with the greatest i m going up say i a Worth hearing i m anxious to hear ill Tell you what you u i shall be most grateful for your advice in so trying a situation As that in which i am another Glass of port. Keep up your heart sir. The Tutor took another Glass the example being set him by Friend and counsellor. The Young lady very much attached to you i Havo no reason her affection would she Elope that is run away with you to doubt the Ardour of was crowded the song was Sung and Reneir Ved with rapture it was repeated eight times and encoded and when Sung the ninth time j the whole audience stood up and joined in the chorus. 1 night after night Hail Columbia cheered the visitors of the theatre and in a very few Days it was the Universal song of the boys in the streets from one end of the City to the either. Nor was the distinguished author of this truly National song which met the entire approbation of All parties of the the Street in which he re sided on one occasion was crowded Columbia on the stillness of Midnight from a Hundred patriotic voices. Mount Sinia. President Durbin after he bad visited this renowned and holy Mountain and Felt his mind filled with the vat associations of the with the Philadelphia and in addition to this it is the beit extending East to the City of the heavy Staples of the great West. The York and Wrightsville railway extend ing. West and South to York and and the Susquehanna and tide water canal be several1 divisions 6 f the line in leading to Havre de Grace on the Chesapeake _ nil Bay it is forty three Miles in length and extends from Columbia along the Eastern Shore of the River Susquehanna in a North Westerly direction through Marietta Bain Bride Middle own Harrisburg a the capital of the state and Dauphin to Duncan s is land where it crosses the River by a Magni includes Only the original shipments rat Pittsburg Colombia and Philadelphia but does not show the tonnage to and for Mahe Interior of Pennsylvania with the exception of Iron Coal Salt and Grain and lumber in part. In this list of articles the Merchan Dize and groceries the Druga and and Are mostly shipped from Philadel she is willing to do then your course is Clear. Carry her off and get married at i m afraid of offending the old gentleman her old gentleman her father. Never mint him if you can Only get the and would you really advise me to run away with her i would not like to take so important a step without your i would advise do advise let it be done directly sir. Why Biff you have no Pluck or spirit about you or you would have done it before now. Thunder and ii Honing old As i am sir i would do it myself. You do it at i was anxious to consult you on so Deli Cate a Well sir you know my opinion and have advice. Don t be faint hearted sir be. Up Early and Elope with the lady to mor 5pot, broke Forth into the following Beautiful train of thought when contemplating the scene anew with his pen in hand to record the sentiments. J have stood upon the Middle of june and looked around upon their snowy i have stood upon the a Penine a and looked abroad upon the Plains of have stood upon the albanian mount and beheld the scene of the Ujj Neiert from circe an Promontory Over the Compagno to the eternal the mountains of have sat upon the pyramids of Egypt and cast my eyes Over the sacred City of Hei Topolie the land of Goshen the Fields of jewish bondage and the ancient Memphis where Moses and Aaron on the part of god and his people contended with pharaoh and his servants the death of whose first born of Man and beast in one night filled the land with wailing hut i have never set my foot on any spot from whence was visited so much Stern gloomy Wicent Tow path Bridge and unites with the Baltimore to the Valley of the Ohio a Tinita division. At this place the sus the Dicon tobacco Wool Cotton hemp que Hanna division comes into the main line Ard Are the productions of Ohio from the North and at Middletown ten Miles Kentucky Indiana Illinois Missouri ten below Harrisburg the Union canal comes in ne8bee and Arkansas which pass to from the East Board Ovar our whole line. The Coal the Juniata division takes a Westerly most of the sundries by weight wheat and course from the Mouth of the Juniata one other Grain of the Salt and the Hundred and thirty Miles to. The base of the lumber Are the productions of Pennsylvania Allegheny Mountain passing in rough the attic lbs weight towns of Newport Mifflin Lewistown Huntingdon and. Alexandria and terminates at mbrchandi2e and groceries Hollidaysburg where it meets the Allegheny Western Bacon Portage railway. Tobacco from the West the Eastern and Juniata divisions have woo from the West an upward Lockage of 670.53 feet in one Cotton from he West Newport Lewistown Huntingdon Hollidaysburg Johnstown Freeport Berwick Dunksburg Wil Liam sport Northumberland Liverpool Junction 1s43. So. Pounds. Do return 302.066 i be Undt. I 1 total pounds 7, Hundred and eight locks from Columbia to land and from the West Hollidaysburg exclusive of two locks hemp from the and the out let lock into the Susquehanna at butter and cheese Columbia. The locks on the sushi Joehanna Drugg and Are ninety feet Long by seventeen feet wide Coffee for the Wegt the chamber and on the Juniata ninety fifteen. The Width of the canal is in feet by Row morning and take my horse and gig for i randemj1 heightened by the silence and Soli the purpose. They Are quite at your reigns around but infinitely More am really under infinite obligations to by he sacred associations of the first great revelation in form from god to n. I Felt oppressed with the spirit that a outer the deep interest you have taken in the matter. I la adopt your advice and Avail myself of your kind offer of your gig to enable me to carry her do sir do and mind you do it effectually. Let there be no mistake no failure in the matter. Success to you in your new Enterprise let me know when you have made the Young lady your i will with the greatest possible on the following morning the old gentle Man summoned his daughter As was his Cus Tom Down to breakfast he stationing himself no forty feet at the top and Twenty eight at the Bottom. The depth is four feet. The two divisions have eighteen dams and thirty three aqueducts and 13.83" Miles of Slack water navigation. The Western division begins at the West Ern termination of the Allegheny Portage railway at Johnstown and following the course of the Conemaugh Kisk Emineta and Allegheny Rivers passing Blairsville Leech Burg Saltsburg Freeport and Termi Nafes in the City of Pittsburg. It is one Hundred and four and a half Miles Long and corresponds with the Juniata division in the size of its canal and locks. It has sixty six locks and four Hundred and seventy feet of downward Between Johnstown and Pittsburgh there Are two tunnels sundries by weight Iron made in Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal bituminous Coal Young men something about these on the occasion at the it s i bad an affair of response was made to first summons. Though 1 had plenty of other affairs what do you mean Yon or More Young men must be Hussy that you Don t come when you re Call they must. Come take a bawled the old and eccentric personage wine and Tell us All about this affair in the a of continuing his first Call heart still there a. No answer and a spoke the eccentric old gentle you Are sound asleep i poured a Glass of unexceptionable port Don t you get up and come Down directly id handed it to the Tutor which the latter do you hear drank off. I i say you indolent Good for nothing piece 11 now sir for this love affair of goods Why Don t Yon of 11, u v r n with please interposed an out door Jan Iha hum you have fallen in love win Rie aae i in pretty Giti and wish to Many i breathes around and seems to inhabit this i holy plane. I shall never sit Down on the Summit of Sinai again and look upon the silent and empty Plains at its feet but i shall go Down a better Man and aim so to live As escape the thunders at the last Day which reverberated through these mountains it have Long since Given Way to the gospel of peace. I can scarcely tear myself away from the hallowed Summit and i wish i too could linger forty years in Converse with the paying toll by weight this is equal to Toni of 2-.000 pounds each. Articles by measure. Reducing the flour to bushels there were also received at Columbia and Philadelphia from the West bushels of wheat and bushels of Ether Grain. Barrels of flour were shipped East from Pittrof pounds increase Iii one year the amount of toll the state canals and railways for tha Carriage of Iron and Coal in 1844, was the foregoing is a Brief description of the main line of the state works of Pennsylva Nia. It is a continuous line of railways and canals Between the Eastern and states formed by surrounding great obstacles and constructed at great expense. Commenced at a time when there was Little experience in making canals and a Large party in the Commonwealth opposed to state system of internal improvement the Success that has attended them is Gratifying to the friends of the Sylvania. The main line is worthy the Enterprise great proverbial for the moral Worth and Industry of its population the Fertility boil and and in Rivaud state that has now neatly of produces Annu ally of bushels of wheat and of bushels of other Grain and is Ca Pable of increasing the amount four that will Send to Market this year of tons of Anthracite Coal yielding a return of More than manufactures three fourths of All the ii o n the whole aqueducts sixty four culverts thirty nine , ten dams and Twenty oms Miles of Slack water navigation. The following exhibits the Cost of the Ca nals of the mall Tures and net Revenue of the three divisions and Alse the first Cost receipts annual expenses and ret Revenue per mile. First Cost. Eastern division 43 Miles Juniata division 130 Burg and passed Over the whole line. There were bushels of Salt carried on the canal bushels of which were sent to the Middle and Northern counties of Pennsylvania i were transported to Pittsburg from the Salt works on the Kisk Emineta besides a Large Lamount of lumber which was sold on the line of the canal at Phila Delphia Columbia and Pittsburg of sawed in Rober alone. Feet and shingles the in Nyber of boats Thich were cleared during the year East from Pittsburg and West Western division 104j 38 a Good hint. Why the Sam Slick counsels father who have Marriageable sons in this Wise if you want a son not to fall in love total 2771 Miles. Excess of janata div., 00 Tures prior of Columbia was Over 1843, of most of the Anthracite being an increase and one third of Union Bas Means of Sui Piying the consumption of the a bituminous Coal Field which the main line passes for 130 Miles containing Square Miles or acres Esti mated by professor Rogers the state Reolo Gist to contain a larger amount of Coal than All Europe and Tea times the amount of eng land Scotland Wales and Ireland. The vast amount of Mineral wealth Thea Anau and railways have been forever. Notwithstanding made during the late financial consequent upon the Dar Angenent of business and. The Universal prostration Public end private credit to Heap odium upon the Pendi to 35. J Western 28 i the Tutor owned the soft impeachment. Will and Why not marry her Tobii s just the Point about which 1 wish to consult Nhean amiable girl 1" the very perfection of every thing that morally mentally so 10. And belongs 1 with a spend Ferous Gal Praise her up. So the Etc Divi Lodi her an Angel say she is a whole team avd a horse to spare and All that. The ment the Critter sees her he is a Little Grain disappointed and says Well she is hand net Revenue prior to 28 69 the bituminous Coal pays toll at offices non the Susquehanna and North and West Branch divisions of the canal but in its Way to Market it passes Over a portion of the mainline the following tables will will show the Quantity shipped in 1843, and in 1844, and the annual increase Anthracite. Excellent belongs to a respectable a respectable family. Indeed in sphere of life and her family Are so respectable that gentleman might and would be Pio us to with then Why Yon spa Peen Don t you mar at once said the old Man raising leg and placing it on an adjacent chair servant who had just entered please sir i saw miss and the Tutor driving away this Mornine at five o clock in your gig. And More than that please your Hoo they gig and All seemed As if they were in a dreadful hurry they were indeed sir v the old Roan audibly groaned and Sank Down on the stairs. The truth flashed unto Bis mind. It was Bis own daughter who had eloped with the Tutor in obedience to his own advice tendered to the Tutor so emphatically on the previous Day another for ibb championship off spirit of the times of new publishes a letter from or. Kirkman a Star into til match Thi some that s a fact but she s not so very eve balance of excess of 8262.708 59 Cost prior to 1835, 60 annual 5 per cent int., on Cost 88 the o Wner of big Mare against fashion for 000 a come off Ove the but i have not yet obtained the coh Serit Barf the race to replied the Tutor peaking in i Union , on the first monday of octo and timid not b it next subject to postponement Fly to cow ago enough to look by. Patron judge on account of the state of the Weathe if aids or. K., the than Why sir Don t you it to or the track. Match can be Wade for a larger Rem. Erl Asting pretty after he criticises her. Her foot it too thick in the m step her Elbow Bone is Sharp she rouges is affected and so on and the More you j pose him the More he abuses her till be j wears she is misrepresented and aint hand orae at All say nothing to him and he is Pony Over head and ears in a minute. He yes All beauties and no defects and is for Walkin into her affections at once. Nothing damages a Gal a preacher or like like Over Praise. A Boss is one of the Onliest things n Nator that is helped by Fiere is a society in Prince Edward county a which sails itself the order of self incurred bachelors the girls Are very much opposed to it and i we see the last papers thai one of the girls had gelling a member to resign. Hia recantation was i Tafeen before a clergy Man which makes j to Good for life. Colkctors1 offices. Portsmouth Berwick Northumberland Liverpool Junction total tons 43. 524 state works. To to to co co o to 01 tons increase in 1844, _ bituminous. I colleciom1 offices. Lota in 43. Hollidaysburg 14 5li i i offices on Western div., 1360 i tons in 44. 462 973 increase in bed bed 40 bushels. Cui Leemors offices. By off. Sush. To 44. Holly Disburg 435, dunns Borg 1c3 Williamsport offices on w. Div. 10314.250 718.4w at one Tine popular clamor had nearly prevailed their abandonment to spectators. But that passed away the credit of the Public works has revived with the credit of the state and the voice of opposition and complaint Baa been drowned by the music of the Boatman s Oil the canals and hushed into silence by the rumbling of the wheels of thousands cars upon our sound of forge rattling of rolling Roar of the up Fang of steam engines in every Section of the common wealth. If these state works yielded any Revenue Over annual expenses it be people of Pennsylvania would Stilt have by that construction the of blk expense. They Are an enduring Monument of Honor to the memory of those who planned them and by their Energy effected their the permanent value they a save to pro vast they the cause of Capit aund pop nto the Enterprise awakened v and dormant increased Price of every Txhiaj sent to and the amount reduced Price of every article purchased from Worth Many times More whole people than amount required to . But it per served that Aie Jiovo yielding an to mute. Last year the who main Pai Ovir per cent upon original the income will annually increase with the wealth re population this great Yong r and vigorous re

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