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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 13, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaT i of be enemies of w who Are labor pie union1 by Sesile cast of tooling Waves of unfurl our sail put Eal Elens Jonts. Re a higher reject making of pen l Light to part i cd possesses ther mainly rely for Petua Tion of our and vigorous Arne e in time of Wuy it time of peace ridiculed wish to throw it of the Comina at by the whig their rights of political the practical Illus experience past Bute our mite to with the Only like curs the s Ito a cultivated the Humble Day of the dignitary age and four with i importance but us flament of these unmask the Char modern whig Gery revises to delude j credulity of the borrowed plumage in show to off in n this disagreeable shall turn to the showing in what i glorious Princi i a party contend establishing those perishable found objects and Intel nce to this paper it they will meet a in Good of is printed on a Supe every tuesday Jay at the follow be no 3 00 will be added to ily subscribers who ice. E sent out of the Ibsh Cristion is i to some person a he publisher. 11 also be taken for contain the original Melpy paper at dance or at same Rule to Tri weekly. If the id not receive a suf to justify its Public by will be sent need to the weekly. Of subscription v do sired As the sex 11 in this City is very f. S. It dec. Ask the in readers for a Short is not made tip of joins matter As they it takes some or exchanges. A o done As soon As pos ill Endeavor to give is and such matters tins to them apart re shall occasionally ghost our columns As Well As Choice Crary writings and Nutly As our time will such new books As for that Foi manics shall also r attentions and to say a wee Corner Cir service. F an at d Sheet Iron Rory. Reti 4 co. A fully inform iheu1 Eek Ems Elso that they corf nuo i Copper and tin stand which they have r for cooking Frank plate stoves. Russia c. Staves and Drums r. Assortment Ware a on hand. Of All kinds or test notice. I l Robinson. T 10 i 1 t Wellsborough i a l a the Tiocka pbi5ted and Ftp blushed weekly by p. Migill. Office on main t. Lit door above the cart House. The Toga. Eagle is published every wednesday m the Borough of Wellsborough Tinea co. A. The subscription Price is 6 or if not paid advertisements making not More than a Square will be inserted three limes for one Dollar and for entry subsequent insertion Twenty five cents. Larger advertisements charged in the same pro Mahon. Thaw exceeding six lines Wilt be charged As a Square and those making six lines or less three limes far seventy five cents and 18 3-4 cents far every Lime after. The charge for one or three insertions the same. No subscription received foil a Shorter period than six months nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher. It letters relative to Thuc business of the office and far the paper must be Post paid or Thev will Wijit amended to. Sheriff sales. Virtue of sundry writs of vend. J expo issued out of he court of Coryon Plean of Tioga co. And to me directed i have levied on the following facts of land which i shall expose to Sale at the court House in wednesday the Day of March court week 1839. A lot of land in Richmond town ship bounded on the South and West by Isaac Lownsbury on the North by w. C. Bennett and on the East by the Williamson Road containing about two and a half acres of improved land with a framed House and barn thereon. Seized taken in execution and to be sold As the property of Wright Lowns 4 Bury. Certain lot in Wellsboro beginning at the intersection of the Avenue and Pearl Street and running thence North 45 degrees East along Pearl Street 2 10 feet o Crafton Street thence South 45 degrees East along Crafton Street 250 foil to the cast Alley thence South 45 decrees West along said Alley 240 feet to the Avenue thence the same North 45 de Grees West 250 feet to the place of be ginning containing one Arre and one third of an acre of land being the same land distinguished on the plan of said Borough As lots nos. 29, 30, 31 Ann 32, with a two House Wood House and Frame barn thereon. Other lot Irti said Borough numbered in the plan of Borough 29, bounded on the North East by the Avenue on the South East by Walnut Street on the South West by no. 30, 125 acres Impi oved and with two Frame dwelling houses one House one old Frame House one old building now used for a and some other out buildings and about 60 or 70 Apple Trees thereon. Seized taken in execution anti to be sold property of William b. Mann Asa Mann and Ira Kilburn. Tract of land in Brookfield township bounded on the North by lands of Benjamm Seely on the West by George Joseph on the South by John Joseph and on the East by James Bentley and Sheldon Atkins containing about 100 acres and about i 20 acres improved with two log houses a Frame barn and a Small Apple or Chard thereon. In exec Tio Vand to be sold As the property of John Joseph. Virtue of writs of Levari facial a shall expose to Sale at the same time and place a tract of land in Delmar township beginning at a Beech tree for a Corner standing in line of Gallagher tract no. 1977, thence South 46 degrees East by land lately occupied by James Law son 115 perches to a sugar Corner thence South 54 degrees West 103 perches to North 46 decrees West partly by land engaged to Willum Cox and partly by land engaged to John Mckown 115 perches to a Post Corner in the Gallag her line the ice North 44 degrees East along the Gallagher line and by other land occupied by Robert will 103 per Ches to the been Corner the place of beginning containing 693-4 acres and the usual allowance of 6 per cent., Par of warrant no. 1977, Sal Mon and Gallagher warrantees. Sei Zed taken in execution and to be sold As the property of Robert will and Erastus p. Deane Terre tenant. Tract of land situate in the last up. Chase mide by to indians on the watch of Pine Creek and South Branch of hoga formerly in the county of Lycoming hut now in the county of Tioga and of Pennsylvania surveyed in pursuance of a warrant is sued b the Commonwealth and by an act of the legislature thereof 26th March 1804, partition of certain lands in Lycoming county then held company ratifying the Survey and allotment made by William Ellis on tile in the Rolls office awarded to one Jacob Sci Frehn in severally and known As warrant 4 Iso in the town ships of Charleston and Richmond More Orf Jess. Seized taken in execution and to be sold As the pro party of Alexander virtue of writs of Fieri March 1889. F i i 1 i. To. So. Select tales. Tho Rose of Llangollen. The evening air grew chilling and cold Gwinneth threw her a Pron Over her shoulders and went to the Wood House for faggots. Ellen Wasle Talone her eyes fell upon the stump of a with ered Rose tree that was Edward s said she mournfully. Peace is now restored he will will think i have neglected it for alas it has withered. But no Edward must come no More to our cottage hearing the Rem thing step of Gwin Neth she wiped away the starting tear for she Well knew that her Mother would chide. Gwinneth entered bling mercy my child come and listen sure i heard the Abbey toll Ellen turned Pale she listened breathless agitation again the heavy Bell struck with awful reverberation.-1-1 of cried Ellen clasping her Hancs the news has arrived that Edwand is killed vainly now did Gwinneth Call upon the name of her child who Lay sense less on the cold Earth. Ellen was the Lovely virtuous child of honest peasants and she was ten Derly be oved by the son of the wealthy sir Owen Fitzmorris. In the rustic spots of the Lawn before the Abbey Edward had often gladly joined often pressed the fair hand of Ellen with rap to his lips and breathed in her ear accents of pure unchangeable but parental authority interposed eur Wyrd was ordered to accept the hand the Rich the haughty lady Hester. His heart proudly yet to Ward will she the words heed it returned of her Mother i was a hot hous Plant and could ill a endure the slightest Breeze of mis How Happy the Jlester will be to Cha Tice. You Ellen Are the Blooming have the Power of restoring you to wild Rose of whose a wealth and Comfort. She can do All live sweetness is but increased by the that our wishes dictate comeliness of the culture it received but if my Ellen gives me her Fellen blushing with Joy gave her replied Edwajd i will not seek the Hants to her Lover who that Day led favor of lady Hester to the Abbey where the delighted and will you stay with an peasantry came to make them1 their swered the enraptured Ellen. Of Heartfelt and in the we shall be Happy enough Case piness of his child Fth sir Owen found and our debt of gratitude will be in his cure and Gwinneth sunk part discharged for to you Edward into a peaceful grave beloved and re we owe All. Your instructive care first vexed by her Dutiful child and to the raise. My mind from ignorance and if Ranfos of sir Owen Fitzmorris is now a virtuous sentiment animates this added with proud Triumph the Bloom breast from you it derives its source ing wild Rose of Llangollen. You Are unjust to yourself Ellen of instructions there is it it Fother not innate virtue is like the vain at has been remarked that the tempt at cultivating a Rocky soil. But generality of females hive adm How my love can you think of sup at the same time few or co porting an Idle intruder your Means loves and they wonder a t it but tile Are but scant though your heart islam reason is obvious if they hut s1 thinking has become quite Ufa Fiona work the harder said ble. Said a venerable Virgin knit and spin and Lani renting the degeneracy of the age carting is no Lomg to what it Pic. We Wili Gwynneth we knit and spin have a thousand ways of getting a pen m by and when you get Strong and Wii i was Young the gilts now a Hea Why Vou can Woik Daws make the Fellows so saucy that or. Fitzmorris exclaimed there is hardly to be found a respectful the indignant Ellen. Lover 1 and Why not my child rejoined re he observation was just., the to. Is there any disgrace in mei1 of the last age were More rested i nest Industry or. Fitzmorris is eds because they were More reserved not proud and when with some juice of a proper Reserve they Are of Simples which you Gith treated w Ith an Indi Fieric Nice which is have bathed his knows nearly Allied to contempt they make but by the favor of heaven his sight themselves to Cheep to Uzep up Lii May be restored thus Ellen he consequence without which they Back to Walnut Street 250 feet with a two Story Frame House and Frame barn and office thereon erected. Seized taken in execution and to be sold As the property of John Beecher and tract of land in Delmar township beginning at a Post in line of Moses w. Well Croce thence North 46 degrees West partly by land of said Wetherbe and partly by land of John Mckown and Corner of John Coleman thence North 44 degrees East by land of said Coleman and land of party of the second part 148 perches to Post thence South 46 degrees East 48 perches to a sugar Maple in line of Israel Stone thence South 44 degrees West 45 perches to Post thence South degrees cast 115 perches to sugar Maple thence South 44 degrees West by unseated land 109 perches to begin Ning containing 111 3-4 aces and Al Lowance of six percent with about 65 acres improved one Frame and one log dwelling House one Frame barn and an Apple Orchard thereon. Seized taken in execution and to be sold As the. Pro Perty of Erastus p. Deane. Lot of land in Westfield township beginning at a Jost standing at the Road thence Norb 20 degrees West 33 perches to a Post the face North 70 degrees East 13 perches a a Post thence 20 degrees East 38 perches to a Post standing on the Road thence Westerly along said Road 18 perches to the beginning containing three acres and 14 rods of land the whole of which is improved Anc Nav ing thereon a framed House and barn and an Apple Orchard. Seized in execution and to be s6ld As the to Perty of Sheldon e. Streeter. Tract of land in Richmond township bounded on the North by Isaac Hall and Ham i. Under Bill on the East by lands of Samuel Hunt on the South by lands of Lydia Holden and Chester Ames and on the West by unseated lands containing about 1100 about West held township beginning at a Post the Northeast Corner of lands in Possession of Leonard Daniels in the North line of warrant no. 174 surveyed for Alexander Power thence 70 degrees and 30 minutes East 101 Perch a White Pine tree thence South 19 degrees and i minutes East 33s perches to a Post i fihe South line of said warrant thence South 70 degrees and 30 minutes West 101 perches 16 a Post the Southeast Corner of lands in pos session of Leonard Daniels thence North 19 degrees and 15 minutes West c38 the place of beginning containing 3 acres and 58 perches of land with a Frame House log barn and Frame Wagon House thereon. Seized taken in execution and to he As the property of Otis e to Wen. Lot of land in Lawrence township beginning at a Poat on the East Bank of the Tioga River and the South Wes Corner of Cornelius mid Daugh s land hence North 65 Degre East along said Middaugh s line 61 "5 10 perches to an Ash stump thence South 4 degrees West 24 perches to a Post on me West line of a tract of land in the name of Joseph Martin thence South degrees West 60 perches to the East Bank of the thence Down said River to the place of begin Ning containing 9 acres of land All improved with a log House Frame barn and an Apple Orchard thereon. Also vibe other lot of land in said township beginning at a White Pine tree the South West Corner of a lot of land purchased by Samuel Hartsock of Robert Mitchel thence North 4 degrees East t4 3-10 perches to a Post thence South 86 de crees East 105 perches to a Outh 20 degrees East 16 perches to a White Pine thence North 86 degrees West 110 perches to the place of be ginning containing ten acres of land. Seized taken in execution and to be sold As the property of John Sofield. John Waklee so of. Sheriff s office Wellsboro feb. 22, 1q39. Disobey a father hitherto fond and tender was death. He implored a sir oven granted has Peti Tion and the regiment in Edward served was ordered to yet his departing words Fer vent constant affection to his Ellen and his parting gift wad the Rose tree which she now bewailed. For heaven s Sake my said Gwinneth be composed i will step to the Gate and see if any passes from the Abbey. Dear now be Gwinneth to the Gate. Bless me As i live Here comes a Soldier Down Tajc Hilf f the Wora re Vived Ellen she flew to her Mother s Side. The Soldier descended the Hill he seemed to walk feebly and least on the shoulder of a boy. Thought Ellen that is Edward s but As he approached nearer conjecture Chan ged his dress was shabby and disordered his hair Unco bed and a band age passed across his cyrs marked the sufferings he had end cd in the dread Ful climate for Edward it was his hands were seized by Gwinneth and her child forgetting in first Joy at of shocking change of his appearance led him in Triumph to the cottage but inquiry Soin succeeded and while e Len fixed her eyes upon her withered Rose tree in anguish exclaimed alas he cannot see it now Edward began his recital. When i left you dear friends in compliance with a father s comma rid i embarked with my regiment for Egypt. Our troops were successful in All their undertakings i alone Schmed door red to endure the pangs of disappointment and sorrow. An Enterprise in which i was engaged required despatch and when in a moment of Gene ral attack my Dearest Friend and Earli est companion of my Happy Days fell covered with wounds. Disobeying the strict orders of our command or riot quit our posts i bore Lii a in my arms from the scene of horror for this i was broke and discharged in Ignominy Ellen wept her heart was too full utterance the poor old women sobbed aloud. I said Edward in the first vessel that sailed and returned father breathe Iris last. Even he too conspired against my Hap piness for would you believe it Ellen he has disinherited me How exclaimed Ellen is it in nature to be so wicked a child he once loved so. Dearly truer ret real Edward but you now see me in sickness and sorrow without a Friend to Comfort or hone to she Ter me never never my dear Young Mas cried Gwinneth while the Sticks of this poor cot hang together Ellen clasped his hand closer be tween hers but spoke not. 0n a Sud Den some recollection darted across her she let his hand fall and sighed deeply. What ails my Ellen asked de Alfill assist our labors see our cheerful endeavours to make him forget All past misfortunes and we shall be the Hap Piest peasants in Llangollen cola never be respectable. To speak philosophically a woman i must repel before she can attract. All the s May sound to a cne4 Edward but slue laughs at toys be my whole life shall relive Gra compliment to her titude.1 but i mum. The Ovid who knew human Toler brow o the Hill i left a weary travel Well discovered not a Little Pene Ler i will bring him to taste a cup of when he Mac e Daphne Fly so your and by cell on his Jour Tom her Laura old Lover for Hist tar o Trio nil vol 11 f. Ney. Ellen was unwilling that he should leave her so soon though but fora few minutes but Edward continuing absent about two How her terror was inexpressible. The night closed and Edward did not return. Ellen s Couch passion was by the Pursuit. Our modern people arc quite another soft of people. Instead of ing from th4y run into the Arris of their Appel los and Are afterwards surprised that grow Cool to their charms. Lover Aie like sportsmen to whom the it Are the mechanics f very bunders of citizen world Ere strike out from the face of the Trace and lion which the Alizan has made upon it and the whole Earth would resume ils original wildness of character and he primeval wilderness for the Beautiful villages. There is a the Mechanic arts which is too overlooked by those who enjoy e fits of the labors of this most Efi i class of there no external Mark by which the civil de s ate is distinguished from that of tie Banaian but bears the indisputable i m press Mechanic Agency. Not a Stone is he Ken or a Sticks Kapen in All the edifices which have supplanted Iffie aboriginal big ounces of our country but owes All its finish fitness and Piort portioned symmetry to an article of clothing nor convergence for pleasure but have the stamp 9f the Mechanic upon them. And Ven the agriculture itself the great source from a High Springs almost ail he necessaries of life is began and car Rich in to final termination with the imply meals of. Who then that is a pitch tic. Lias not abundant occasion Belo is to that class of society labors Aie to Evig a exis tence of civilisation if Elf to be pure there Aie other in life hit ate equal y useful though per maps not in All so Ini is of a Mcconnic. Odie Misof to such As the duties of tji Cir stations with becoming id pity from the lowest to the Jinrong them arc All places of Ingi and. Many of Sci us and g labor. Merchants Ard p a Sicars and even the in 311 Yonng itch if they porn vat All Tive have mentioned. But q i o Norahle men make a b wild a raise n spire Orrien these the mechanics can i if he duly to fact upon the Sirp of his la Bors. He can scarcely Repine "3 is was netted with her tears and morn Possession of the game is nothing to ing found her Pale and sad. She wait to at the door in anxious expectation and with a scream of wild Joy exclaimed he is coining he was supported by an elderly or an and Ellen hastened Forward to lend Ier at a till they will never make assistance also while Gwinneth pre Khasir Fortune by heir faces. The to first number of tl4 tatter was pub i hed int 1709, one Hundred and year Salto. Among the writers of it were add on and Swift. This the list of the kind published and the object to brin5 Philo Ophy out of Hubia pleasure of the Chase. If women i study less to please they would Gist Itji More ple Hutc. This is a Paradox schools and colleges ii we Rich those for whom i throw out reflections cannot comprehend and colleges to Clu h and Tea table Ai Cooee the Tail i Ici ulnar to a Bali 1711, and issued 271 nun he a and was succeeded by the gun Iii i and the stranger accounted for the de Lay saying that he had wandered up the country fearing his companion had Borgolte n him. F j a you Are cold and said Ellen. No my love you see i have a great coat. I found my Little parcel at the Lodge i rested last night and that Lodge which was once your cruel father s should be Ellen. But no he was not cruel Edward for he has Given you to us 1 Como come this is Fine cried while the poor youth is cold and hungry and see the tears How they Down his c ices do your eyes pain you Jedward inquired Ellen let Rne them with Spring water they do said lie. In the gentlest manner possible Ellen the Bandage and his full expressive Hazle Eye met hers beaming Joy and love. Sad receded with a scream of Surprise. He threw off his coat and discovered his dress Decora Ted with every military Honor. Jullen forgive this was my father s Here he witness of your disinterested affection. I am not dishonoured but promoted by my Noble Corr mangler to military rank it is True said the old gent can. I suspected my son of an unworthy Choice and dictated this stratagem As the Means of confirmation. The lady Hester disdained a poor Soldier and now my Edward has to sue for j our acceptance dumb gratitude of sized the trembling Fillen she fell at the feet of oven bathed his hand witty her tears vainly tried to express the feelings of her the rustic meal passed some Timp unrewarded till composure was restored and the Benevolence of the intention rendered it a repast Pala table even to the baronet. Your Rose tree is withered said indeed i Coald not preserve sight and on to at they seem by their manner of set to themselves off chiefly to depend. At a few seasons and neg left de and in a More to sink into oblivion is the lot of a thousand showy who have Only external appear Anjes to recommend them. Without prudence and discretion even the Mot substantial ornaments though they excite admiration will never procure is teen. J prudence is Superior to Peir a and there is no kind of comparison be tween diamonds and discretion. Fools May be caught by the Shell but a Man having will make the Gem Knob Wei inserted Anthi 1712, stamp duty took eff it the of or then assumed a pie pud the s Weie Nuen w us n care. The englishman a Cal paper appeared in 1710, Aras thai was soon after succeeded the free h t q As an Sci of his attention to an end. Doct. Appeared in 1750. The Advent Tsirer by or. Hawks world 1s52, the world by Coleman Bonnet Thornton and Chesterfield in after these the connoisseur idler the 3 Mirror he Lounger and Lite on succeeded until the car 17l2. Is to labour and to labour Only that Man owes every thing possessed of exchangeable value. La hour is the Talisman that has raised him for the condition of a Savage changed the desert and the Forest into cultivated Fields that has covered the Earth with cities and the Ocean with so tips that has Given us plenty com f Jet and elegance instead of want mis Erv and barbarism. In the Days of the Blue Laws a shoe maker was condemned to be Hung for crime but on the Day of execution it was discovered that he was the Only Terson of that Trade in that town and he could not possibly be spared. A Weaver was Hiing in this place As they lad plenty of them. Harkey Biggs Yeth Sis. Your composition. What is did i give you Here it Uii in. Cor. P position whales and fisheries Waw area Mountanous country in the cont lint i of Curland. Whales Birinci Philly Goe out from new Bee Ord round Cape Horn which is a cooked and hard to the people of Wales is called Welc i Man and toasted choose is called Welch Rubitz Perma City candles is spot f from whales. Turc is no More Abo it Shales capt sir to your or i la whale silence 1 begin writing class i Mayr i gel a no sir no sir f Well. 1 can t write cause my Mouth s so dry. Is enc. Slippery fellow coming Ait of a to Vertone icy Mornini rather Blics fell on the door step. Trying to regain his footing he remark if As Bible says the wicked stand on Slippery places i must belong to a different class for it is More than i can what is a lady s most interesting age her marriage. Manage is designated the bridal state and indeed it puts a curd upon the most of persons. A Yankee never trh3 to do Rry tiling and. As for going lie can do that and begin Apin when he others. No one go ing the same Way on a Pike Ever is Vav any thing but the Critter s Tail when ahead acid to Van. Hell go any Pace under a steam i engine at full Speed and vill overtake a first rate Steamer if it stops to take in water. He s the cheapest in tour Ever i seen for hell go by a toil bar on a before the n an can look out to see if any thing is com ing x b newspaper

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