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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 13, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTen. Pow if. T Ruo that b. Did not re Wmk Tel r the horse and the Jui a he Eric Nee for what a Orriton s testimony Law thu presence of it 1son and Mcleod of no him and Riding o it m i Hin a was strongly o Tho evidence he Aggro Gate of the a a 1 the jury that ihe27.lv, prisoner was morri5oni then the the is if the cd no that he to. Absent he i to i he Case in Al thes a but Jim not All. Tho howl the. Mcl if i Ilo uht of the no t Hen he a not to be f civic Tell it is to be upon Irre Lect Lenic. The Law seek name it gives him the Benefit of lit Mil the prisoner a right Nail of Yon and the country has t to expect of j of a verdict k. In to id. Duly is now performed. Your duty is about to commence i to Lake lies Mlo cons birr Vou acc to All the i lust been to you ire to look it Ali i single to e i True u ail jus ire to guide Jou Tir and in your in you Are to your ver n the honest exercise of your Cal once i is done 1 Trust who will eased the in 10 Een j our patience who and heard the a Floris of Conn Lio marked the Progress of is nil first satisfied Voith Joti the it it May i poem Ion to Jour f a country upon thu one lust r the Pirfo Inart of Dily it with my destiny Zillini for i i other. M a god of Ilii la Ami direct of in our de Piton or acquitted t uric a Cut from the but to mint i s jiul ,11.ng in their Al acc the clerk a them As full Vvs a dts Iri ii of Che j try you i i. Lion a i rid i the Pray once guilty or e a As therefore disc Star the j is trillion of the court s now Onu so Fri in Tho ii slow y Public Oill to receive it i mid a lie Cdr. Crance of . It u ,.ic to lean in Coin i with no Mur of d. Ion arid with in Iofi of a prov Luu it upon to do what men always have m Power to Cut ii Ovond Lac i Piui t in. C d of 1 he c pm j for a t j do Cirii Ami nil Olu i he unbelief innocence Mcleod there cd my i f coins hint at t in i. 1 no Iti if was not Seflic i l t , and he i a l d. C n congratulate i Issue. Oiler of inns left the prisoner it d orlock tuesday t Chi nine was at it Jujic Sui t by of whom were p i . Lfoyd will leave Ulica ill nce with from t e executive Ivill give it to the line which .1 from the United ins Boon in Nebr is 40-Jhtl o Liu acquittal. It now Complete and Al Webster off ate. Lei Forward of penn., by k. P. Upshor of vu., Secretary 0. So of n. Y. Of various a Western editor wishes to know whether the recently enacted against carrying concealed weapons to apply to doctors who carry their pills in their pockets. On Friday night last the atmosphere at new York was cold and stall that Small of water wore crusted Over with ice. From eight to ten port gees slavers were brought into is. Helena As Zei in the month of june last. It is said that the persian ladies wore poin Ards with elegant mount nor i As a portion of their ornaments. The next will be the adoption of the knife. The Genessee Farmer tells of an improved Breed of Musqui Loes out est which have to be caged in the Spring to i event their pulling up Corn. At a steam baking establishment i England i flit men and two boys Man it pc lure ninety Hundred weight of biscuit in an hour and a half. It is now considered vulgar to say kicked the the Pohle manner now progresses on his own personal i believe in the Law and As the lawyer said when he pock eted the fee. A or. Mcfarland at St. Louis amuse himself with rattlesnakes and carries them about his person Ai ornaments. According to a Brussels paper there Are in Belgium i Vickii persons who ire above one Hundred Vear Sof age nine of Are women. Art inquest was held at new York ver lately on the body of a Man who died from drinking a pint of liquor at a in unit. The deceased was at a store., and importune la person named Miller to treat him saying we would drink a pint filler agreed to pay for Tequ Annily Huld drink it he did so and hied in How ithi.-.1 a Lull i Ful a pop hot at acini Buco who had predicted that the Ivo ild is to be de sir need on the 2d of Transl Lashas in consequence of tie event not occur is sued a that the preparatory arrangements had not been comp Etc in tune Ami it hid necessarily lobe pompom tins explanation no proved far Ory. An not slavery was recently held in Vermont at which a very zealous y Kunfi Man inti Udu Cid a i Tion that a son be appointed to go to the South and remo rotate with the people there against the sin of slavery. The Resolution was adopted and the Young Man who into Lucid thei Solu Tion was appointed to Cuiule Bliku the Mission. He however bucket out As his modesty was too great for such a task. It is stated in some paper thai a Man actually sold his Wile s Bustle to buy rum with. Kither too shocking belief. Eighteen millions of dollars have now been me Ted in railroads within Hie limits of of which when finished paid at least six on All expenses hydrophobia Oft Canute Buffalo commercial Public neg the subjoined notices Given in newspapers of tha s2d of june 1841, by the in 1st. Any person bitten by a mad dog or any other animal should immediately press with two hands All around the wound so As to make the blood run freely and extricate the Slayer. 3d. Wash the wound with a mixture of at Kali and water Lemon juice Ley soap Salt water urine or even pure water. During the time of pressing and washing the wound warm a piece of Iron in the fire and apply it deeply to said wound. Mind that said piece of Iron is Only heated so As to be Able to it must not be red hut. These precautions being Well observed Are pal Focient to preserve Livia the horrid effects of hydrophobia and every one should keep them in their mind. Receipt Fob a lady s let the ear rings be attention encircled by the pearls of refinement the diamonds of your necklace truth and the Chain of christianity your breast pin Charity ornamented with Hie pearls of gentleness your Finger rings be affection set around with diamonds of Industry your Girdle be the tassels of Good humor let your thicker garb be virtue and your dra Pery be politeness let your shoes he Wisdom secured by Tho strings of per Severance. Mistaking the by in a neighbouring City called a Short time Ayo to see a Young Man who was quite sick and among other things he it la a Blister which he ordered to be placed on the Young Man s he railed the next morning la see his patient and inquiring How be Blister had operated was informed by the lady of the House that As the Young Man had no Chest she had placed the Blister on i his trunk and sure enough there the Blister upon a Large wooden trunk by the Side of the bed. I Uncle Nick s Friend of the fall River Patriot tells us a Good 1 one of the old fellow. Of our exp Sites went t o new port on excursion a few Days since and put up at Lazzard s. After he had dined from about a Jozen dishes he commenced a confab with Uncle and told him Many anecdotes of distinguished men and women with whom he had associated in the first circles at the and concluded by saying that Many of them thought he resembled lord Byron. Said Uncle Nick i think you some respects for i Sec you Wear your shirt Collor wrong Side out and get drunk on the Young gentlemen put an end to the conversation by calling for his Bill. Nick said he guessed his Mother did it know he was out. Gen. So l his returned to his head quarters at Washington City from in visit to the North. The Richmond papers state that the tobacco crop of this promises to be unusually aunt line. Tue Harris big water works arc completed and have Cost Jug 70. The of widening St sets and of Nina new ones in Philadelphia do Rinc the last ten years amounts to the town of reeling is improving very rapidly upwards of sixty build been erected since last Spring according to an official report the number of members in the Wesleyan connexion Mav be thus stated. It great Wiitam in Ireland in foreign missions to Talt being an increase of 11, compared with the proceeding year. Messes. Carey Hart Philadelphia have published volume entitled the life of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette by a Benczer the volume contains a More authentic account of that great and Good Man than Uny that has heretofore appeared. The Nashville whig announces the death of Newton Cannon late govern or of Tennessee on the evening of the 16th tilt., of Edward de Wolf esq., cons Vil for the kingdom of the Netherlands at Mobile died on the 7th ult at Penna cola. A moderate lady in n. Orleans says the Picayune has calculated that in Wouk require three Mil lion two Hundich and Nineteen thou six Hundred dollars to Supply the present wants of John Quincy Adams is set Foith lately in his poem entitled wants of h s. Of s. O twi s. Wickliffe of ky., Libut maw tit John Whitman Van Horn in Bridgewater Sreh 35 173s, and entered upon one Hundred and tenth year Friday. And Hia bodily health ii Good and he in Able to walk out without a he mental faculties have failed him and he has it Hucy Wight. He has been a temperate Man til he not having tasted ardent Ipiniu for the rears. Y our Friend Dow jr., of the sunday Mercury new York gives the follow ing advice to the whigs. Like every thing else from his pen it is excellent give ear to my words and hear my counsel 0 be whigs that you May be prepared to meet your latter end in Oke for your Days of whig Gery Are numbered and your log Cabins have become the abode of pigs and bats. I will Jiken your Heads unto cider barrels the cider of which has spilled leaving the pumice of Prosperity decay ing among the seeds of adversity which have already grown into the deadly desolation. Its poisonous effluvia has reached the River of Happi the fish of Hope and destroying the Little minnows of Promise. Why will be not go to the Fountain of democracy and clean our filthy Crane inns of their tilth and fill them up with plants of truth and the seeds of honesty yes help the democrats to nurse the tree of Prosperity which the fires of whig Gery have so nearly destroyed. Your Mouths i will liken to tunnels which conveys the cider of wickedness Down to the paunch of Malignity there to be distilled into genuine Dowson Brandy. Yea i will liken your Mouths to the Crater of Ling Forth the fires of destruction on the fair Vineyard of pleasure. Cease 0 be whigs and henceforth let Tho wine of republicanism be your drink and the bread of democracy your food so shall your Bones be covered with the fat of happiness. Then shall your country rejoice in the Prospect of increasing happiness and glory and future generations will mention you names with re Verence and strive to imitate your woman the natural or in general mis take the nature of the Dominion granted Over their wives Atid Abst fridly fan by they thence have a i govt to be tyrants but the proper Dominion of Man Over his wife a not to make her a slave. The use of this Domain is to preserve order and peace in tie family for which end the husband s will is to be obeyed when it happens consciously to differ from he wife s. But though for the Sake of peace he Man s Rule is to be the Rule the wife is his natural adviser and opinion he should always listen to and follow if he find it More just and reasonable Thanh sown. It is contrary to the Laws of god and nature for a husband to require Blind obedience from wife. But Many men foolishly imagine this Dominion gives them such a superiority Over women As Rentiers the whole sex despicable in comparison with such ignorant men Verll not suffer their wives to reason with them because they Are women and Crown their despotic Triumph by asking a woman know any this procedure is so absurd so ridiculous that where it is found the husband May properly be said to want common sense. It not infrequently happens that those persons who in society carry All before them by their spirits and acquirement Are at Home the most rest less and uncomfortable beings upon the Earth they Caine of filid the very very excitement which is almost Neces sary to their existence. The morning All that has been said in Praise of exotic and other rare and costly plants and Flowers we do not often see any thing of the pleasing than the Cor Ning glory the care and labor to rear them appear to be but rifling. The vines can be conducted in almost any direction. There is a Richness and freshness to these modest Flo Veis while the Dew yet lingers upon the their tinted petals Are expanded to he morning air around the cottage and window that cannot fail to excite the admiration of every Lover of thai which is Beautiful in the Floral world. We Are pleased to notice the attention that is on the r cultivation it Speaks Well for the taste of the female portion of our Community. Game let. An italian Bishop had struggled through great difficulties without re pining. An acquaintance of Chis asked him one Day if he could communicate the secret lie had made use of to he Al ways so easy. Replied the prelate very easily. It consists of nothing More than making a right use of my eyes in whatever slate i i first look up to heaven and remember that my principal business Here is to get thither i Hen look Down upon Earth and Call to mind How Small a piece i shall occupy in it. When i come to be interred. Then i look abroad into the world and observe what multitudes there Are who in All respects Are More unhappy than my self. Thus i learn where True Happi Ness is placed where All my cares must end Rind How Little reason i have to Repine or the name of British Money pow comes it that this Young and athletic Republic stands a trembling debt slave before Dothard bloated Gin drinking Brit latinia it is because England being the great Centre or heart of our paper system can and does it As she lists. When she would buy our Cotton and other pro Duce at Low rates she has Only to bring about a and Force her debtors to sell. When she would have us buy the fabrics of her factory slaves at High prices she makes Money allows Cotton to take a Brief Rise and thus stimulates our Banks into an expansion of currency and prices which is made to last until she has sold off her thus is our measure of value kept alternately expanding and contracting like a Black Smiths Bellows and poor raw boned Jonathan kept toiling and toiling and mortgaging apparently quite unconscious that he is All lie while giving to the Gin drinking goddess aforesaid two work for one a getting pm a of our folks Sai that redid it get our party out Lection Day. I think we ought to be glad of it for if they had come out they would prob ably have done As half of those we got out again dem. My old is better to turn the old coat said Rufy aunt Pru Dence than to run Iri debt for a new see replied i there is a Hole in if never mind that said she put in a Patch a Patch upon the sleeve is better than a writ upon the Back the old coat will sit easier at Home than a new one in prison. And so i Wear old coat yet. A declaration of Prin flier said an Arkansas orator who mounted a stump a Short time since. Feller citizens did it ,1 Aid in Riding Bill poker the Blackleg on a fail you Yon did i said his auditory. Did it i Feller citizens lick that big Pedler from the jerseys that spoke disrespectfully of our Cid you did i unanimously shouted the meeting. Feller citizens when Jim Jenkins was prosecuted by his political enemies for horse steeling did it i As Foreman of the jury write his verdict guilty ofas sult and Battery ing him to 1 cries of you did Jou did you re a is there a Man in this crowd Feller citizens that does not owe me a no not one hav it you always seen me Wil Ling to stand a treat Are a Well Jou know i voted for old tip Aud Tyler at the last Lection but if i Ever do again i la be. Lets Orleans Picayune. 7 new Arraj gement. Goods prices. Ulm was the Resolution upon which Captain bolts and his party left con Gress for the election what is the result they have headed and tithe Olec tons Are to be taken in evidence in by Are dead a hard for an elevated spirit to be Happy. Those who Are born among mountains Pine away with longing when condemned to dwell in Elmili or speak of our immortality always makes me feel As if mine own were beginning. The Printer. Many men who have acquired great Fame and celebrity in the world began their career As Prin ters. Sir William Blackstone. The Lear Ned comp Talor on Laws was a Prin Ter by Trade. King George Iii learn Kohke Art and frequently Sel Type after he ascended the throne of scarcely need mention Franklin for it is Well known to All who Are familiar with his name that he was a Printer. Alexander Campbell the greatest theologian that Ever a Printer. Gentlemen of the these Are Gratifying but let us not be Content thai thay alone be held up to the us Honor our selves and do All we can to keep up and elevate still higher the character of the Beautiful Art. T m in subscribers Are now receiving a Large and splendid assortment of fall Winter goods which in edition to their former stocks make As Good an assortment be found in the county. We Woom respectfully invite our neighbors who Are in the habit of paying Cash for goods to give us a Cali. Before purchasing it a distance As we Are determined to sell As cheap As any merchant in the country. Among our assortment will be found Broadcloth and Cassimes Satt Netts camb lets figured Woolen shawls m i pee Silks Plain and figured printed Salonies Muslin de Lane get de mope Merino a Rcw article also groceries crockery hardware Glass axes hats Caps Boot shoes leather Smith Nichols. J october 4th 1831. Hunters attention rifles the subscriber returns thanks of those who have favored him with their custom and Hopes foil a continuance of the same. He having server a regular apprenticeship to the business in one of the Best establishments in the stale of new has had much sex a Evence in the business since flutters himself Well qualified to do all1 work in his Fine to the satisfaction of those who May favor him with their patronage. Inasmuch As he intends to make Wellsboro his permanent place of abode he is determined to Jet the inhabitants of Tioga county know thai there can be As. Good work done in in any other part of the state. All rifles made by the subscriber Wai ranked for six Mollik if properly the Public Are invited to work and ascertain his prices. Rifles pistols and foal ing pieces made to order on the most reason Nib e terms. A Good assortment of the following articles constantly on barrels ribs locks double triggers Bullet Moulds and sockets Bullet screws or table in the gun line. Lumber and All kinds of country produce received in payment and even a Little Cash would not be refused. 3y the r file manufactory of the subscriber is the first House North of the Eagle hotel Wel Lacro. James Kelly. Of Eliboro August 25th, 1841. Saddle a new establishment. T entered into partnership. For the purpose of carrying on the above business in All i u the inform their friends and the Public that they Are now ready f execute All work in flier line a Ith neatness and despatch. A Large Stock of harness. Saddles bridles. Mutton gales try always on hand which will be on reasonable work made to order accurately. All kinds of country produce and bides taken in payment for Woik. The Price paid for sheep pelts. The subscribers would inform the Public that their will be of the Best description use of the firm having served a regular ship in one of the first harness establishments in new York and has had much experience in the business since. A reasonable share of patronage is solicited. Lincoln Covington spot. 27 a a Superior Coal stove it Ltd pipe for Sale enquire at this my wife Mary has left bed and boned without just cause or provocation i Loi bid any one harbouring or trusting her on my account As i am determined to pay no debts of her con traction after this Date Whittimore. Cut Nutan oct. 3ia 1841. A sheeting the Best and cheapest Good for Sale by Smith Nichols. Cotton yarn carpet filling wadding and wicking a fresh Supply just received by Smith it Nichols. "9 hats a great variety just Reeves and for by the Case or Low. D. B. Shoff. Ell Iland Village aug. Lat 1841. Notice to those interested. The Pope and the new adept in Alchemy who prided him self on having discovered the Art of making Gold demanded a Reward from Leo a for it. This great Pope appeared immediately to accede to his wishes and our quack Felicitated him self on his Good Fortune. When hid came for his gave him a Large empty purse exclaiming my Friend you know How to make Gold of course you can Only require a purse to hold it the three world Wen habit is divided into three grand named Mineral the vegetable and the Jln Imal kingdoms. The named forms the base of the other two thus the vegetable kingdom Dei Ivea lit and mirth Intebi irom the Mineral and the animal kingdom is supported by the vegetable. No Mineral substance can part of an animal bar a because it cannot be digested que Iek Dilver is a Mineral Calomel is a sublimated quicksilver therefore Calomel cannot he digested but when lodged in the body acts As a corroding Poison. Instead there fore of Calomel use Brandreth a vegetable Universal pills s because they Are a Medicine extracted entirely from Vega Ables and known by Long experience to be perfectly innocent and yet of More Power As a purgative or clean ser of the alimentary canal than any other Medicine their effect on the system is go easy that it is a remarkable fact that the same dose May be Givon to an infant or adult with out the possibility of doing any injury but on the contrary Good. Said Medicine can be obtained in Weisboro of f. H. Smith and of agents published in another part of this paper. Married in Covington on the 17th inst., by Banj. Kress or. Hiram w. Wader to miss Abs Avert both of Blossburg. Stray Heifer. Came to the premises of the subscriber on the 21st of a three year old Heifer color j red and White. The owner is requested to prove property pay charge s and take her away. Steph. H. Thompson. Middlebury oct. 18 a list of letters remaining in the Post office at Blossburg Tioga co. A. Oct. 1st, 1841. E. B. Andrews Jonah backed Samuel to but George Sprall James h. Gulick Sarah e. Morris Joseph Brown s. A. Halney anther m. Can mrs. Catharine Rath Bone Fleury Wiley John James or. Wheeler Thomas turned p. M. Tailoring. Jul Tioga Village a t subset it respectfully retains his _ thanks for past favors and informs the Public in genital Bat he is at All limes pie pared to execute All orders in his line accuracy neatness and despatch at Bis shop in Tioga Village according to the latest fashions. A share of Public patronage is solicited by the subscriber and he Hopes by strict Atten Tion to business with a due regard to punctual Ity and despatch to give general satisfaction country produce will be received in Pav rant for Woik at the regular Market Price. Henry Ford. Tioga Village aug. Notice. T undersigned respectfully begs leave _ _ to inform his old customers and the pub in general that he still carries in the Black Smithing in All us branches at his old stand in Wellsboro. All work done with neatness and despatch and on reasonable terms. Joseph Hitchcock. Wellsboro sept. 1841._________ uper1oh tallow beeswax and candles j for Sale by t. P. Paulding. Wellsboro new goods. The subscriber has just received an Addi of tonal Supply of new goods among which May be found French and English Merines Broad cloths Satiri us Silks Reneri no shawls bleached is Brown sheeting Cali Coes of new and fashionable styles. Subscriber1 having taken a partner in the mercantile business is very anxious to have his old accounts and notes settled and paid immediately. Alt who neglect this notice will find their notes and accounts in the of j. Emery esq., for collection by the 1st of october. N. B. The above notice is often seen in news papers but those who take the most notice of it Tel Don heed it but Mark my words the above notice will be strictly attended to. P. H. Smith. Sept. 14th. 1811. Made lumber Jwj Igori for Sale by d. B Shoff. June 28th, 1841. _ notice 8 hereby give i to All those who have unsettled accounts with the subscribers that they ire required to Call and Settle on or before the 16th Day of september inst. Those neglecting to do so accounts will be put in the hands of a proper r for collection. Welu Boro August 27th, 1841. Blacksmithing in All its various branches to order at my shop in Elkland Village. _ d. B. Shoff. Boots and shoes. Of you want Good boots and shoes of any _ style Call at the new store where you will find a general assortment. _ Smith 4 Nichols. Full bred Short horned Durham Bull for Sale by b Shoff. Elkland june 28th, 1841. Dissolution of partnership. Subscribers who have been doing but siness Onder the firm of Hitchcock a have this Day dissolved partnership by Mutual consent. All those indebted to the firm Are requested to shake payment immediately undersigned and All those Tia ving demands against the firm Are re Quested to present them for settlement. Join Mph Hitchcock. Joseph h4.gexbuch. Wellsboro sept. 22a, 1841. Tea Coffee Fri sugar of the Best Quality Shell Ivory Combs brooms men and boys Seletz Caps English and Home made flannels camb lets sewing silk thread buttons pins Needles scissors Hooks eyes Pearl buttons diapers table co vers Glores All of which will be let off cheap without any mistake for ready pay. Most kinds of produce wanted in Exchange for the above goods. He would respectfully invite those coming in to town to calling examine his goods before purchasing elsewhere. And he returns Many and grateful thanks to his former customers for past favors and will pledge himself to do As Well by his costumers As he Pisa july can. T. P. Paulding. Wellsboro sept. 25th 1841. Court off Appeal. A court of Appeal for the Wellsboro Artil Lery will be bed at the House of col. J. Knob a in Wellsboro on monday the 1st Day of november. By order of a. E. N1les. Captain. Oct. 4th 1841. F Oil pieces British French and Domestic prints for Sale very cheap by Smith 4 Nichols. And French Inar Noeb for Sale of the lowest prices Lor Cash at the Cash store of Smith for Nichols. Cheap cloths. Block Blue Black and Blue Brown and steel mix Ture cloth Blue Black drab and fancy mixture Cassie to sat nets Plain and Siberia Mer cloths any Quantity cheap for pay Down a if. H. Smith. Barrels of Salt just received and for Sale by d. B. Blank constables sales neatly printed on White paper for Sale office of he Tioga Eagle bonnets a few dozen tuscan Palm Leaf by rate raped leghorn and fancy irom 2i cts to Smith 4 Nichols. Foreign tremendous excitement late and important intelligence Daniel Webster Al. Me lend and or. Fox f just received at the Cash and Lum Ber store at Elkland August let and now opening As above a Large and splendid assortment of Rich and fashionable goods which will resold wholesale or retail at reduced prices for fish. The Presson of the times. Created by our relations with England and the conduct of the present administration compels the subscriber to sell goods at prices to conform to the exigencies of the times. A b. Shoff. Btty Ltd Tioga co. A. Barrels Sal just received Oai for Sale by tha Load single bbl or lest for pc Richola list of remaining in the Post office at 1st 1841. Brown Ann Bently t Brown Hupp Ilonia Estes Elijah Hammand Lemuel Hyatt Lewis b Hardy Hough ton Simeon Maok Samuel March wms Palmer he Beti Street it Jesse i Shearer Christian Wheeler Royal Iran is j Bache p. M. Austin Edgar Broughton Henry Buller cat tin Chapman Andrew Grinnel Elijah David Hassar Joseph Peter Jennings Elijah f m Donough j v like Schusler Frederick Saturley Selar Saely Benjamin v. I
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