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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 27, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAco. Rom worthy of credit. Fit of Texas hts made i the forces of Urrea overthrow system which now led that letters have those tory answers be March 800 men to army. I which we derive ily respectable but things we Are to authenticity. It by in Texas to com Powers that go on condition of in tag Sand privileges Texas in this Way a treaty of peace m acknowledgement e. A texan army Nente on one of his a Strong diversion and secure the but the texans y reject before they f their youth in the n the midst of ene Lem with such Savage tred that these new e their the rounds silent of the United Rebster on the one America Vespucci on uld seem that or. I the fair tuscan to placed _ her at table Aster and faculty for the lady word and or. Webster in else. The Story n Tiren put Forth e he had heard and use when or. Web Lone uttered in an Madame do you Necaise this a wits qty of the president llsc9vering that the Sach setts was not a or. Van Ian he chanced to re of French and with e of that talismanic knows so Well How to the fair florentine in displaying he get to rest of the even doubt Story is which wags of set Aricer. The 21st instant by the Fri Skuly to miss u of the town of Charles Al notice was Accomma Weddig cake and some we tender our thanks couple a Loag and Prosper Weller isms. Conclude with ground As Charles b. N he cleared the Back late. Out of As said in Wilson s cel i one country i Trier said when he amendments of cum ind of Salt River. Irso served As Burrows lived the illegal re i and if As 5 executive chair. Ordinary Hen he compared the and Pennsylvania. Ought As Ste i room door. Minerly asic friends of general he to e 2nd instant states of the planters of Al Urr Erit year Are very serves that the Price r Cotton adding Noth Yard tendency of th6 Uch beyond last year s diminished crop will be per cent More than it crop of last season., in mutations of the crop a Range taking the smaller possibility of p at per Bale value will bring t i i i is year say a say per he value of thin South Alabama Over Ore about a cent and Roalf millions of to the income of Alabama in one year. And at imagination bodies Forth the form f unknown the Pott pen turns them to shape. Shakespea Bijj. _ Ting Alfage. The dying girl. I 1 by 9fr. Dears. The patient sufferer in Early life soon to be freed from every mortal Lay on the bed from which she Neer should already waiting for Frones of the skies. For her had skill done Al Art can do but torturing pangs had backed her system through and the dread feeling passed her Youthful mind that this Earth s pleasures must be left behind. But Ere her Eye was closed in death s Calm rest she called her friends to them these words addressed by do be weep i m starting for the goal which but to Gam is Bliss to every soul and thrills that in me which arouses dreams of future happiness and on me1 a teams the Light o better things than or you have known Here non Earth where we must stray alone alone intended by the special care of Angels watchfulness and doomed to a wasting Load of never ceasing which seeks in vain from Earth to find Relief but Ere i m gathered in that dreamless sleep where nought is known and nought can Ever weep i ask of each a last and parting press of hands which shall my Dofing moments bless. I to thee dear Mother thu who wouldst me bless i feel toward thee what words can Neer express. Who was it nursed me with an Angel s care and shielded me from aught i could not Bear who was t but thee my earliest earthly fiend who did like thee in watching o or me Bend was like thee so watchful lest my feet should into false paths run and sorrow meet Pat All thy watchful Tess for me is would for thy Sake its close had been Boford Kre i had opened treasures in thy soul not the Power of Earth can e or control. Those cords that bound thy heart Are breaking now the Damp of death already chills my brow. But not for ceaseless Ages shall we part at least so Speaks to me my faintly beating heart. And you the teacher of my childhood s Days thou who first led my mind in Wisdom s ways thou who Art All to me we name in Friend my father soon thy cares for me shall end. I soon shall be in body As a clod which feels not then my soul to god w ill soon have passed. Of How Happy shall i be from every sorrow and dark passion free. You the loved sharers of my Parent s care you Wilt for me a loner remembrance Wear though be Are Young this will not Wear away soon As the Dew before the Sun s first Ray but let these pass we soon will meet above As the recipients of our father s love there amid happiness no thought Cari Tell we pure in everlasting love shall Here ceased the patient sufferer s breath and Berram spirit was resigned to death Anil on her name no Mist from envy fell she was too pure and was beloved too Well. Wal Borough March 1839. Miscellaneous. F t k i read wish interest by every one who would support or abandon a area the originals of these masterly up fearless in the midst 0f so augus productions. An Assembly and Dellver with Quint is Hortensius Titus so much Power Pompo Nittis jigs country s Good As plead i should do injustice to my Atti eras an advocate for the rights of in i Cus As Well As to our Mutual and be Jared have Long a knowl loved Friend Cicero were i not to give edged and Felt his Power. But with you some account of this Day s pro this Day Las commenced a new erd of feedings in our City. Of the Melan his life. With this Day will name Choly state of the times you Are Well be associated with All that is great and aware. Faction intrigue bribery exalted in nature. As an impassioned spread throughout Rome. The whole moral atmosphere seems to be polluted and even that place which ought of All others to be Recti flt. Canal Street act the the attorn is and body knows that canal held it the Street Jis the Boundary line Between he Street Jis and reason Ary j or we sometimes Bear t Call _. A. R1pley chosen president. and John jr., were Chonn vice presi dents and Josiah Emery Tori John f. Donaldson secretaries meeting having open executive Tammi tree by d. K. Hilt their Cairn rank reported tint they had written to Stephen Strong of Owego and a. H. Of Montane to be orator an Able statesman a great and virtuous Patriot will his memory be cherished in All time to come. Long Atticus May he be preserved to lome Long May he to protect the rights and direct the energies Senate infected. Every Man of ruined Fortune seems to be exerting his whole Power to bring ruin this great Republic Farewell upon the Republic in Hopes to raise himself to Eminence amid the Gen enl the ill health of destruction. Women is the title of an interesting such a Man As you Well is article in the february of the Lucius last night was Southern literary i messenger by or. Detected to beat the head of a conspire Harvey of Washington City. Acy More daring and horrid than any the following syn extract literary treasures Reco Vered from the ruins of Pompeii. Within these last few years the in Terest Felt in the ruins of this once if cent City has increased to such a degree that nothing has been left in done to satisfy the curiosity of the antiquarian or Reward the researches of the scholar. To the former have been presented objects affording the Hig Hest gratification though accompanied with a sad and melancholy feel Fig when he has reflected upon the cause which Ena Bles him to View these objects. He has walked in the very streets of Pompeii arts in deep silence like the silence of the tombs has entered its forsaken dwellings and surveyed every thing that belonged to Rich and splendid furniture their and Silver vases their lamps tripods and medals their busts and statues their paintings and household All still stand ing just As they were seventeen Hun dred years ago when that awful catastrophe visited the City and consigned its re fated inhabitants to instantaneous destruction. But to the scholar have been presen Ted sources of higher and nobler enjoy ment. He has come into the passes Sion of that which no time can destroy no conflagration mind of past Ages. True he has not obtained so much As at first he so confidently expected. Still his literary stores have been increased and if after All the toil of unrolling and deciphering the papyri nothing else had been Dis covered the entire words of epicurus and the lost Republic of Cicero would alone be sufficient to i pay him for All the labor and time that have been expended but these Are not All. Frag ments of Many of the latin classics Are continually making their appearance now and then epistles from Friend Friend helping much to illustrate portions of roman history and up a nearer insight into roman i the following is a translation of a letter from the orator Hortensius to Atticus which has just been found in the Library at Pompeii. It is a glowing critique on the celebrated orations of Cero against Cataline and will be recorded on the Page of history. It was no less than to raise a general insurrection to fire the City to put All of and ble blood to death to overthrow the fair fabric of our Republic and to establish a tyranny upon its ruins. Of this Cicero Ever on the Alert obtained immediate intelligence and Early this morning summoned the Senate to the Temple of Jupiter stator which As you know is done Only in times of Public remark is undoubtedly True to an alar alarm. And would you believe Idt Ming extent and that it is the duty of Cataline himself had the effrontery to medical profession to examine into its meet within pm he on acc our of whose daring villainy the Senate had now assembled took his de the Neutral the la ies who Wou d Blush to name 1858 of the screeched one of j whelk As majority of the settlers of i to i North turn . A out the Vii pity of the the As her heals kicked Utle of lands in our Section of up her behind. End whereas we deem Al important to our common in this Way the thief and the crowd interest to havens vie red question of land Tite kept on for several blocks at last however the poo fellow was hard race and near being escorted to the police office when one of the Washerwoman who had been out-ran1 in the Chase reached the spot puffing add blowing for the want of recognized in the thief the rightful owner of the shirt. He had Only a meant it As a joke and was of course released from the Custo Tach paper be sent to each township agent n. H. Samuel Miller b y John , Aries. We publish the Constitution of the settler s association in compliance win the request above made Constitution by of th6 crowd who did not fail relish . 0. Sun such is the strength of Art rough things to shape commons Rich enclosures Snake. T to tote at i suffer most Are precisely those which we would suppose would be produced by the Peculiar causes operating upon them. They Are derangement of the digestive and nervous apparatus. Every physician of much experience must have Bepin struck i with the fearful extent and obstinate nature of those Al Fec ways difficult to remedy frequently alleviate and they seem con ined almost exclusively to females and men of sedentary habits. They Are always productive of great Anco pro Tractive an illustration of it is mentioned by a recent in his letter s from England that while stay ate conjuring them in the name of their ing for a few Days at the of a Republic devoted to ruin their City to Friend in the Interior of the country it their to violence was morning that the Ila very themselves to family including the ladies should their children to s unite and crush the foul and now in the name of the mighty founders of the of Romulus and our martial ancestors he implored the Protection of heaven Over this hitherto favored land. Argument entreaty expostulation per suasion warning were used to Rouse the Senate into action and to drive Cataline from the Walls. W Here he thanked the immortal gods for their Protection thus far i could not but think of the devout and aged Chrysse he stood Jin the midst of event theore Cian Camp on the Plains of Illi ukr with his hands raised to heaven in prayer. When he invoked their Protection for the future his like the music of Apollo. When he make a Call of another Friend who lived about Distant. They accordingly started on foot without any being made As to the Mode of As if it were an Ordinary and on their Hon i tie fatigued As to be ote Sirous a digression of some two or is in order to exhibit some be View which they thought interesting to their guest As a remark locomotion occurrence were so 1 of Makin three m picture might by an such a pedestrian excursion me can women would be an to be talked of for life was night the wind whistling mourn tones were fully around an isolated dwelling with when he a which were sealed two Lone j called Down vengeance on the head of a solitary lamp was flickering upon the Cataline they were like the Thunder table and the dying members barely of Jupiter. Never can i for reflected their brightness upon the get this Day. A feverish excitement Hearth. Silence reigned supreme and is still upon me. Me thinks i see his undisturbed except by the creaking Majestic and Noble Frame i still hear some loosened Plank As it the music the Thunder of his swung in the Breeze when the old Man it was indeed a spectacle of True moral Rose and with a solemn and stately Sublimity to a single Man not pace1 moved across the if Oom then sued knowing what might be the Issue of Derijk turning to his companion with a course no knowing whether the Senate serious air let s go to for the galled backs of i horses. His expedition 1o the St. Peter s River the of other we May mention that after having tried Many applications to the backs horses when gabled w6 Lave find none that Sucre led so Well White Lead moistened with milk. When milk was not to be procured Oil was submitted. When the application was made in the Early stage of the wound we have found it to be very effectual and it is likewise a convenient one As two ounces of White Lead sufficed the whole four party for More than a Tot stg cattle. Young s Farmers january contains the following of Serva last year s calves should now be fed with Hay and roots either turnips carrots or potatoes and they should be1 thoroughly Well fed and kept Tho roughly clean by Means of litter at this age it is a matter Oft great Conse Quence to keep such Young cattle As Well As possible for the contrary prac Tice will inevitably Stop their growth which cannot be by the Best summer food. If Hay is not to be had Good Straw must be sub Tiiu de but then the roots should be Given in greater with More to heifers two years proper food is Hay if cheap or Straw with baits of turnips cabbages it is not right to keep calves and two year old together because in general the younger cattle Are the better they should Farmer. T i horse Pood drink. Some of the in keepers on the Western roads lately begun to follow the practice by the Bath agricultural society of boiling the1 Corti Given to hordes and giving them the water to Drinic. It is most Sutis factors y ascertained that three bushels or Book to Hayel of Oats of Barley thus prepared will keep Call and Bunck up my were rested a horse in better condition than double pay. T. Coats. The Quantity in a crude state. I Wellsboro March settled therefore do we the under Sigried pm Bilge ourselves one to he other to maintain and support in every pro per nay. The following articles of association Ait tilt. This association shall be called the settler s society. Aii Tilv 21. The object of this society shall be to concentrate the energies of the set tiers of Northern Pennsylvania in their at tempts to ascertain and determine the Bing Ham and other similar land titles and to devise All such Means and adopt All such measures As their United efforts May bring to Bear on common interest. Article 3. The officers of this society shall consist of a committee of a seven in each town who shall a Post a president Secre a tar and treasurer from among their own number and who shall also appoint one of their own number to represent their Inte rests in a convention to be held at Wells Borough on tuesday of every court at seven o clock p. M. Said convention to have fall Power to transact the business of this association. T article 4. The above named town committees t shall have Power to receive notes from All members who shall these articles and also to receive Money on such notes Enjo Raing such sums us shall be received in the notes. Article 5. Every person wishing to become a member of this association shall be entitled to All the privileges of membership on condition that he give Bis note to the treasurer of Era own town committee to the amount of five dollars for every one Hundred acres of land by him occupied or claimed in pos session and by his subscribing to these articles of Ascot nation Aud provided any per i son who is not in Possession of Public or disputed Lamia shall to become a Mem Ber he can do so by giving his note for five dollars and subscribing to these articles. 6, the delegates forming the Conven Tion shall determine the amount of Money which May be required on any particular account which amount shall be raised in the following manner when any sum is fixed on As required it shall be found How much it will be on the Dollar on the u to e amount of All the notes in the Possession of i All the treasurers who shall collect the i same in their respective towns and endorse 1 the same As directed in article fourth. 1 article every person subscribing to articles and preamble and consequently entitled to All the privileges of membership thereby pledged to exit himself in every j Way 1e honorable and justly can to pro Mote the object of this association As set Forth in article a cond of this Constitution. Article 8. At any regular convention of this society seven Shull constitute a quorum to business. I articles. Amendments and alterations to this Constitution May from time to circumstances acquire be made by a major nyx i of any convention provided written not ii e i of such Inte Deit alteration be Given at the preceding meeting. Saddle and harness Mai factory. Tl3e subs Ruers keep the Saddle ant harness business running in Fine style in All the various one door South of their store. Octley c. J. L. Robinson Trifel list for Jane i pm 1839. Than Lefor the use of to we. Jour of Norris to Zilfria for Griswold n m. Samuel c. L l 1 Samuel l it m Bank of Jos w. Gonci Tareef Monroe for Ute use of k. We Willa of Amos p. Granger Peter r. Trip so monday in Jane. Alexander Bari Getal is Samuel Hunt Jjon Prutsman Chaancey Ferre we. Isaac Seneh l. D. Ramsey Tjark Susson Calva Cawley Ralph l. Buel Baldwin Isaac Beach Rofus Scott Calvin Cowley Ira Wilbum f i i Reuben Dailey Job Derrick Alvarah Prichard Hunt if Meroy John a Albreace John Dorset Ebenezer it Arlen John Shaffer t Isaac Moote Isaac Moow Phiny Leander it Monsef j. A. Ames Gilbert Longstreet for Rath Bone Seth s. Irum Sej Tioga navigation company we. Willard Hunt Orteroy James Camp jell we. Gee John d. Edgert George Diven Whitehead Waller Daniel Mortori for James Lewis. Tube a Broome county Bank Asa Maon 4, James Goodrich Wayne Quinty Bank Asa Mann. A. S. Brewster apr Otto i or Sale or to ret Glare ton Rathbone the Well House of the City brain Street in quire of n splendid dwells g Nee by Henry Philadelphia situated on Village. For terms a. C. Bush. Last Call. At c3vingtqn four Corneas offers for Sale a Large assortment of groc3ries, wines Staple and 7ancy Dot goods purchased in Pula Adelphia and new York in july last which lie will sell for ready pay As Low As any other establishment in the county i Sherry old Sherry port old port Lisbon Malaga Teneriffe London p Art Tenerife St. Lucar and Muscat. I teas. I 30 chests Young Hyson teas Pouch dog Imperial and Gunpowder of various 3 Hhd Porto Rico Brown and Light sugars 1000 of loaf sugar. Domingo Cuba Java Havana and Rio. I Brandy and rum of a rious Quality 2 Hhd so p. R. Molasses. Vhf boxes Superior Cut and smoking. Smoked meat. Shad Salmon and her rings. 7 14 boxes sperm candles sperm linseed Castor and Sallad Oil. 10 boxes soap. J i boxes Best Jersey Glass 3 by 10, and 10 by 12. White and Flack let crome Green yellow yen nillion bed crome yellow Whiting 300 barrels Salt. Brown and Light Segars. Alexandria do. Goods. 30 assorted sat nets 15 ales Domestic sheeting 10 is. Buffalo cloths. Goats hair and common camb lets. Mohair coating. 150 nieces assorted prints. Blue Brown Black Green and Ley cloths. I j splendid London Cassimeris. V loj pieces Superior linings. Superior Merino summer cloths for Genie r men. T in pieces of Merino and common cassime is blast Wincetta. Be tics Chintz wadding and flannels. Loo pieces assorted bleached 1 shirting and sheeting. Assortment of ladies and gentlemen shoes a a splendid assortment of hardware consist ing of a general assortment. Iden and Seymour ploughs. Hollow Ware. I castings of All descriptions at the furnace1 prices procured on Short notice. Leather. Kep skins by the dozen. Anil sole leather. Dry cods h the subscriber Aas Jnet received in Addi Tion to his former Stock a splendid is sort meet of dry goods. Also an Exten Sive assortment of queen.5.Ware. Ready made clothing. One ton of Superior cod fish. A few baskets not to be equalled. I Superior whiskey by the barrel i Wheeler s cast steel axes. 1 Brush silk Castor and common hats fur and hair Seal skin c aps. Nails and Iron cooking Coal and Box stoves. A few barrels of Superior the barrel. Edwin Dyer. The monthly a Tenesee Farmer its the cheapest publication in this country ii. Considering the amount vanity and a Iolite Conterras. Published by Luther Tucker. Price to come free of postage for copy qty subs natio is received Ytse masters in this county mid Throo Aholt m 1 i
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