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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 25, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaCedro the so Juneous. Together. The chief of an zees con ducted Hia brother though his igbo love deadliest enemy to his own tribe and in possessed of every Quality then said we Are now a twin enemies we have Only acted As arabs should Al every we which nature could bestow ways act to each other but you Are and a bountifully supplied with those now Safe and with your own tribe and adornments of the mind Best calculated our ancient hostilities Are to endear them to parents friends and with this they parted and of to society annually go Down to their an zees final resting place from indulgence in Pacha this fatal and pernicious habit. It is a sacrifice of health of Comfort and of life to the Iron Rule of to in the opinions of Many it adds not to but depreciates from that healthful symmetry that Freedom returned to the defence of the Wellsboro Academy. The trustees of the Weisboro Academy give notice that the next urm of this institution will commence on monday the 12th inat., under the Luperino Tendance of or. Charles 8. Miner a graduate of Yale College the ill of motion and of action which health of or. Booth compelling him to Relin nature alone be Stowe. We have said much More than we intended saying when we we owe the la Quish teaching or. Miner Cemes highly commended and the trustees feel confident that under his charge the institution will lose none of the reputation it has deservedly a Dies a Good turn or the Good they have quire under or. Booth done to Man and we think the Best Way we can turn the favor is by endeavouring to persuade them to abandon a practice which adds not to their sym Metry of form but which makes As sad havoc among them As that of drinking alcohol does among men. We append the following for their consideration and imitation glorious news from the Paris fashionable have discarded the use of corsets the female world can now breathe freely Pliny s wife. What a Good wife Pliny must have had. She was of the right stamp rates of tuition. Greek and latin pure and mixed mathematics 1 ,00 philosophy chemistry mineralogy Anc botany rhetoric and Book keeping geography arithmetic and English grammar penmanship and Colburn s first lessons 75 Board May be obtained at from one to two dollars per week. No c Large for incidentals. B. B. Smith pres t. Trustees. J. F. Donaldson Luman Wilson James Kimball j. Emery Wellsboro july 1st, 1841. Cases hats a great variety just r received and for Sale by the Case or though she lived Long before any of our Low. D. B. Off off. Modern improvements in female Educa Elkland Village aug. Lat 1841._______ Tion. She cared not for parties picnics and ice creams her thoughts ran on other and better themes. She knew where her happiness whom and converted her willing dependence into a source of happiness. Let our la Dies catch the lesson which her love so truly conjugal and becoming teach eth. Of his wife Pliny loves science because she loves me. She carries with her my writings she reads them she commits them to she sings my verses she composes her own melodies to them and need no Jaq do Cal r at the Cash publish k printers Tel Josw contract was Elfy land Fil Fage Tioga by having this whole just received and Willoit few pm rec of defamation Aud Tot accomplish for Cath lumber or produce Bow Peg de by the judgment of the Ben Teof lower than at any other in tha county Union to give it the Sanction o f and the highest tribunal known to our Spring and summer goods of Tuohy. Tha work was done by a consisting in part of caucus packed majority of federalists Broad cloths cassimates Satin ettes and the editors of Globe Are left Satin worsted and Light vesting Cotton to sustain their establishment by the and Linen for summer Wear patronage they May receive from to Blond lace edging inserting and footing Lotical friends for the paper they May Swiss Book mull and Jackonette publish. We will not ask or receive de and Plain muslims Merino and other he Sor of lumping contribution by shawls Linen silk and Cotton hand cer which the Banks and Federal Politi chiefs fancy do Mous de Laine Velve Evans sustain their presses. We will teen Gingham printed Muslin apron abandon the publication of the Globe Check White Crape Bonnett Silks silk if in cannot be supported by the regu velvet Cotton do goats hair and com or subscription Price of the paper. If Mon camb lets English French and of our democratic friends whose american prints circumstances do not justify a subscript also leghorn Florence and Straw Tion to the daily or paper bonnets Palm Leaf do Palm Leaf hats will patronize the cheaper up Publica Cap Bonnet and Belt ribbons artificial Flowers Combs Gentl Emeri s and youths bouts and shoes and brogans ladies Seal kid calf and Morocco boots shoes and slips batting wicking wad Ding tailors trimmings a great Vari per annul Ety of Irish Linen Brown and Blok do Canton flannels Cotton do Black la Lack Ash and other coloured silk Bon net trimmings with an endless variety of crockery Glass and hard Ware brooms pails looking Glas ses time pieces hats Caps 4 c. Also a general assortment of groceries wines liquors 4 c. People in want o1 goods of Al Tion issued by extra the congressional the a shall be Able to maintain As heretofore our crops of Congress ional reporters at the Cost of 5 barrels of Salt just received and for Gale by d. B. Variety of Superior Groce Ries for Sale cheap by t. P. Or funding. Wellsboro feb 10m, 1841 other teacher than a Good wife that of Pmj american. State Capitol Gazette. A proposition we will furnish the state Capitol Gazette from the first of june until after the election in october at the Fol lowing prices payable in Advance 2 copies sent to one 50 5 copies do do.3 00 8 copies do do.5 00 20 copies do do.10 00 45 copies do do.2000 most any description will do Well to Call before purchasing elsewhere As the subscriber bought his goods with Cash and is determined to sell for pay Down or unexceptionable consequently can afford to sell cheaper than can be afforded elsewhere in Northern Pennsylvania. D. B. Shoff. Elkland Village opposite l. Culver s May 19th, 1811. Anecdote of two Arab chiefs. There dwelt upon tha great River eur tha above terms Are put As Law As Pratus near the great cite of Hassomal Lyle paper can be corded for the Pur two Arab tribes deadly hostile to eachv086 of disseminating True principles As other. Tho enmity was so proverbial As possible. The next election and Well known that when one Man in an important one to the democracy of spoke of the enmity of another towards his foe he would say he hates him As Aniece hates a Mont fee. It fell out that the Pacha of Bagdad being apprehensive of the invasion of the kurd from Kurdistan sent out an order to the chief of an zees to Send him Forth with men and the order Wai obeyed. The Pacha not placing the Samn Reliance upon the promptness of the Montifer Clef resolved to Lay a Pla i to take him by stratagem and then demand from him the Aid of his tribe a succeeded in obtaining the at containing Pennsylvania. Payments May be transmitted by mail at our Lisk. Postmasters Are authorized to Frank All letters Money to newspaper editors. Hen lock 4 Bratton editors and proprieties. A Arnsberg May 12, 1841 the subscriber begs leave to in form the inhabitants of Tioga county and the Public m general that he has taken the Well known stand for Merly occupied by Benj. Phillips in the Village of Covington where he will be found ready and Wil a journal of books of opinion. Arcturus will partake of the mixed character of a Rei new and a Magazine less stately than the first an similar with the variety of the second. In the department of criticism it Ivill be a monthly and full in its notices of new books in us miscellaneous character it will be a journal of opinion endeavouring to keep Pace with the various social questions of the Day. In addition to the reviews of new books a few passages will be and to draw to our Aid some of the Ablest pens of our country. We Trust under these circumstances and at a the greatest inter ests of the country and its future Des tiny Are put at stake on the events with which the first year of the pres ent administration is pregnant that no individual who has the cause of democracy at heart will hesitate to meet this Appeal when at the same time he will feel assured that this trifling tax for his own advantage will sustain in Triumph at Washington the Long tried and faithful press of his party. The extra Globe will be published weekly for six months com mencing on wednesday the 9th May and ending on the 19th november next making Twenty six numbers the last of which will contain an each number will Ron Tam sixteen Roy Al Quarto pages. It will contain Prin Cipully political matter. The political aspect by and bearing of measures be fore Congress during the special Ion will be fully developed and when the proceedings Are considered of much interest to the Public they will be Given at length. The congressional Globe and appendix will begin with the extra session of Congress to commence on monday 31 May next and will be continued during the session. The congressional Globe will give an impartial history of the proceedings of devoted in each number to the account of Bot h houses of Congress and old English authors whose works Pendix will contain All the speeches their Worth on both Side of important subjects at length As written out or revived by the members themselves they will be printed As fast As the business of two houses furnishes matter for a number. It is certain that we will publish More Are valuable Bot for and rarity. Sketches will be Given of popular lectures delivered in the City As a new and important species of Litera Ture and intellectual gratification. The theatre will also receive at Tention As an established ornament to civilized society. With these details its general numbers of each than there will be weeks in the session. They will be issued in the same form As the extra. Globe and a copious Index to each. Spirit will be the advancement of nothing but the proceeding and speech p into the presence of the Turk. "1 have taken you said the Patcha Feiring that i might not otherwise have obtained the assistance of your tribes Agama the kurd. If j of no command that ten Tho ii and of Judi men shall come to my Amin once your clans shall be struck off Anil you May return Safe and uninjured to 30111 Tnp but if you do not comply your head shall Roll at my the chief looked the Pacha sternly in the fico and replied. Your knowledge of the Arab character has led you into this error. Had you sent to me for of my tribe when i was free i know not what answer i should have a returned but As it is my reply cannot but be negative. If you order my head to Roll at your feet be it so there Are Moio in my tribe equal to mine. Shed one drop of my blood and every one will become its Avenger. The Arab May be treated Wilh when free but when a prisoner the haughty Pachl looked upon him a moment with Surprise then turning to his soldiers he ordered them to sever his head from his body. The chief stood Calm and collected while the drawn Sabre gleamed aloft in the air. At this moment the noise of a horse galloping in the paved court Yard of the Palace attracted the attention of the Pacha. At every bound he struck the fire from the stones and seemed to be striving to outstrip the wind. In a moment the rider vaulted from his horse and almost in the Sime breath stood in the presence of the Pacha. It was the chief of an zees. I am said of Tho chains from my inflict i should not has been taken by treachery though mine enemy yet will i be first to strike off hit chains. There Are Lau my command glancing Yon Der in your defence but if you release not immediately mine enemy every one of them shall be directed against you m r the Turk was for which renders it neat and agreeable. The stabling s also Good and an attentive Ostler will always be found on hand. His sir and table will be found Well supplied the former with Choice wines and us ours and the a alter with the Viry beat the Market affords. There will always be a i Orter ready to take baggage to and from the rail Road free of charge. Horses and vehicles constantly on hand to accommodate those wishing to go to Wellsboro at times when the stage docs not ran. Thase wishing to leave their horses at Covington and take the cars to Cornin or Williamsport Are assured that Good care will be alien of them or no charges made persons or families wishing private rooms can at All t Mes be accommodated. Nation Van Dusen. Covington july. 1841. Superior ticking. Good bed ticking for 12 j cents per Yard and or goods in proportion by f. H. Smith Superior tallow bees Wax. And candles for Sale by t. P. Pauld1ng. Wellsboro june caution. F subscriber cautions All Parsons against harbouring or trusting George Austin a of about 15 years of age As i will not be Bolden for any debt or debts of his contracting. Christian Beas. Charleston june 17th, 1841. Books Comstock k s philosophy Day s algebra or Lincoln s botany f. Jacob s latin Reader and am s latin grammar Davie s arithmetic Smith now grammar Cobb s juvenile Reader and a few Doz. Singing books Boston Academy collection or Sale by of. H. Smith. Wanted in Exchange for goods any Quantity of Good geese feathers and Tow cloth for which the highest Price will be paid. T. . Wel Borough june 1841. Just sentiments and Good Humoured manners. Its motto Ivill be sound opinion in a cheerful Frame its end the cultivation of Good literature honest Mirty and truth Arcturus will be published month new Type and superfine paper is of Congress will be admitted into the congressional Globe or these works being printed in a suit Able form for binding with copious indexes will form a valuble1, indeed a necessary appendage to the Library of the statesman and politician giving at the rate of per anti payable As they do it an extremely moderate in Advance. Price a Complete epitome of political subscriptions will be received at and legislative history of the period. Willey and Pulman a 1cx Broad subscriptions for the Glo Way Barlett and Welford to 2 Rostor House and at the publishers office. Benjamin g. To tevet. Publisher 28 Jinn Street. Communications to be addressed postpaid to the editor of the arc at the publisher s office 28 Street n. Y. Neatly executed at Tioga at the notice. Justices Blanks printed on Fin. Cap Sale at the office of the Toca Eagle. Pc cheap cloths. Black Blue Black and Blue Brown and Teol mix Ture cloth Blue Black drab and fancy mixture bassinets sat nets Plain and Siberia Gam Broons sum Mer cloths any Quantity cheap for pay Down by of. H. Smith. Prospectus. The publishers of the Globe have recently Given to the country an exposition of the motives which prompted the Atter rpt by the Federal party to prostrate their establishment by the Lawles abrogation of their contract As printers to Senate. They showed that there were already six Federal which a seventh is about to be at Wash devoted to the dissemination of Federal principles and defence of Federal measures. And la make this overwhelming Battery of the fed eral no Fino government Tell with More elect the Union the character of the Glebe was subscriptions for the Globe should be Here by the 25th May and for the congressional Globe and appendix by the 6th june next to Issue All the numbers. Terms. For 1 copy of the extra Globe. Al 6 copies do 5 "12 do do .10 "25 do do .20 and so on in proportion for a greater number for 1 copy of the con Gressional Globe or appendix so cts. 6 copies of either 50 12 do do 5 00 "25 do do 10 00 and so on in proportion for a greater number. Payments May be transmitted by mail postage paid at our risk. By the regulations of the Post office department postmasters Are authorized to Frank letters containing Money for subset Pitons to newspapers. The notes of any Bank current in the Section of the country where a subscriber resides will be received by at Par. Attention will be paid to any order unless the Money accompanies it. Superior Coal be Hundred tons of Coal on hand and for Sale at the Wellsboro Coal bed which can be had at the foot of the bonnets a few dozen tuscan Palm Leaf Straw raped leghorn and fancy bonnets from 25 cts to 00. F. A Smith. To be tarnish pm p101111 3111 for Cne Dollar and seventy five cents to be tarnished us Means impoverished Perton. Those wishing to Purchase will Olease and its political influence destroyed Call on m. L. Faulkner opposite the Hagle by a sweeping denunciation of infamy and make payment and take orders for on the part of the Federal leaders in the. Growing 1" new at mans Kem a. A. R. Carmer Iris term the citizens 6t Richmond arid Vicinity tha he harm gently opened a shop in mans Field where he holds himself in readiness to do All kinds of customers work in his line in a fashionable style and in a Workmanlike Man Ner. Having had the advantage of instruction for several years to some of beet establish ments in City of new York and other Eastern cities As Well As some of the Best country establishments in the Middle states he flatter Hirn Elf that he is Well qualified to do his work to the satisfaction of his custom ers. In As much As he intends to make mans Field his permanent place of abode he is ready to extent to his a reasonable credit and to accommodate by taking in Exchange for Bis work All kinds of produce lumber at o fair Market Price. In Point of cheapness Bis prices Are As Low As at any other establishment in tha county and in All cases he will warrant his work to fit if made no in Bis own shop o if properly made no elsewhere. Re would respectfully invite the Public u examine his work ascertain his prices and if satisfied he would then solicit from a Shara of patronage. N. B. He would also respectfully inform the tailors of Northern Pennsylvania that he holds a certificate of Agency from a. Sherman authorising him to impart instructions in his Patent system of cutting. Price of the Rule together with the instructions those who would prefer applying to or. Sherman can find him at no. 168 Broadway n. Y. His shop is next door South of a. Pitts i Mansfield december 7th, 1840. A Superior Coal store Ith pipe for Sale at this office 3 ack smiting. The subscribers having entered into partnership under the firm of David g. Harvy Sligh for the purpose of carrying on the above business in All its various branches at their establishment at the Corner of Crafton water streets the shop formerly occupied by David g. Sleigh in the Village of Wells Bor Hope by strict attention to business to Merit a share of Public patronage. Carriages wagons sleighs ironed in the beat manner arid at the shortest notice. Mill and work made to order with neatness and dispatch. David g. Harvy a. 2d, 1840 lacksmith1ng in All us branches done to order at my shop x Elkland d. B. Shoff lady s and v Man s Magazine. The great increase m the of that Higy me the edition Mil doubled in less than six ducks the proprietor to comrr2 it will be issued in thl style with the first of a new Turbitt subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the Public in general that he carries on the Rifle manufacture in All its various branches in the building formerly occupied by j. F. Donaldson Esq. Where he May be found at All times ready the wait on All Calls. In his line of business. Call and examine for yourselves. Just received a new Stock of Rifle barrels do ribs locks wipers and sockets Bullet Moulds by lenders and tubes brass Tummings elastic mounting brass and German Sheet pocket pistols lumber and All kinds of country produce received in payment and even a Little Cash would not be refused. James Kelly. Wells Borong Jan. 1st, 1841. Wcllsbaro7 must shall be j 3 cheaper than Ever e subscriber is now and will Beacon usually receiving until the close of tha navigation a very Large and splendid assortment of seasonable and fashionable goods which he is going to sell cheaper than the cheapest. My assortment will consist of dry goods groceries hard Ware r mockery and Queens variety of Glass Ware fac. Tyc. I deem it unnecessary to go on and enumerate articles but will merely say that i have almost every thing usually kept in a country store. The Way i propose to redeem this Village is to keep cracking Down goods until it is noted for l o was much As it has been for High prices. I am deter mined to show the inhabitants of Wells Borough and its Vicinity that goods can be sold As Low Here As in any other Village West of Albany. I visited the City at the very time when goods were at the lowest prices when some of the largest establishments were Selling off their goods for Cash at reduced prices. My object is not to get Rich out of the working part of the Community in one year by Selling them goods but to build them up with myself to let them with me in the advantage i have had Over some of my neighbors in buying when i did. One word to those who Are in the habit of going out of town to spend their Money for goods and ask Trust at Home for articles which they cannot get a Broad. If you will Call at my store before you Start i will bind myself to sell you goods As cheap As you can Pur Chase in Tioga county or pay you two dollars per Day for All the time you spend m looking at my goods and Bear your expenses while Here. For particulars see Small advertisements. F. H. Smith. Wellsboro Ghr May 24th, 1841. A new Rich original engravings in a manner that shall surda6., used in any Ether american m 7 me. F in addition to the employ the Talent of the Verv artists in the engraving of to for this work u must be that most of the subjects original american pict never been before consequently the newest tha be brought before the Publ 2 coloured fashions. It i Mem ered that the re this Magazine Are published in this for this Magazine by the Best the country can and drawn always from the test de from pans and London and Quentlyn May be relied upon Vail my style in the United states in the month in which they Are we pay More for the contributor. In addition to the unusually array of original contributors which the Magazine has thus far boasted arrangements have been made with a number More of the Best ters of the Day so that spice and a. Nety May be looked for in the Litener department in the new volume. Sports and pastimes. Thimler Esting feature of the Magazine Dull still be preserved As important Toyo Widz sportsmen and in fact to All Youn of old who Delight in the sports Rod and the gun. Articles in this apartment shall be from acknowledged pens and of the very Best authority new Type and paper. The ume will be opened i Itji a new and Beautiful Type cast expressly Foa the work

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