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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 1, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaGood one that the wheel of Fortune is constantly turning any More than be doubts that the Earth in her revolutions does the same daily. Any Man Slih thirty years experience Over his Lead can recollect specific times when by turns professions speculations and arts Sci ence merely and the Mechanic trades each had their Day and were looked upon As the sure precursors and bring ers in of Fortune frequently and competency always. Among All these per haps there is none with a surer Harbin Ger of Success that accompanying an gel which we All look for than the Trade of the Mechanic him of the rough skin and the hard Sun burned features and the Active Arm and the brow full of dust and sweat. Such a Man not Only comes nearer to the fulfilment of god s by the of the brow should Man earn his bread but he is nearer to the Actu Al wants of which men Are destined to feel and Are prone to satisfy. In no country can the Baker and the Shoemaker and the House builder and he who makes raiment men must have food and clothing and Homes to live in and under Del Circum stances such things instil exist and flourish sometimes we receive that like combing and froth capped wave of the Ocean luxury and indulgence ride High and for a moment sweep their providers on to sudden riches but that wave has to come Down the froth disappears or lies a thing of frailty upon the Beach while those who launched upon it too late or trusted it too Long frequently find themselves ashore too. But As in All oceans and amid All watery elevations which ebb and flow is an under which must always be provided will As trusted to the Mecha Nic trades when lost to View for a sea son resume their importance and their those would otherwise be wrecks upon the Sand and Landing others whom the false Beacon lights of speculations had entirely car ried out to sea. Now lha present is a time when these truths must fully come to View. The professions Are All Are much neglected As a Means of Law is Dull and dead for Evary is so deeply in he mire of misfortune As to have Little to gain or lose by conver Sance with courts. Medicine is so thronged with quacks in fact be and nostrums in remedies that the regular physician starves and the science of cure at present is Only a Trade any Genius with a capability for hum Bug can take up. The pulpit in this country generally speaking never has been a Means of nor has it been adapted for the purpose of Mere Money making. The motives which Lead this Man and the other to devote themselves to the salvation of souls Are too sacred to bespoke of in connection with our subject. We aim mainly to show and to make mechanics believe that at the present Day the dignity of labor is acknowledged As the most useful dignity assumed by Mankind. Its Superior to the Ermine of the Robe of the lawyer the surplice of la Crafty priest or the purple of the states Man. No Man now whatever to situation dares despise the Haid work ing Mechanic. Mechanics at present bring mind and intellects and High aspirations Bear upon their commonest work. We would rather be Burntt the Learned Black sweating and toiling ten noun before his than to sit in the Pope s chair with our great toe kissed daily by thousands or a Itaki As new York weekly arct Tusi Tribune. A journal of books of Talon. Arcturus will partake of the mixed character of a review tend topics with the vote prospectus. Patronage and Hearty approval which has been extended to their daily paper since its establishment and which has already rendered it the second in Point of circulation in the City propose to publish on and after the 18th Day of september a weekly edition on a Sheet of excluding All matter of local or transitory interest and calculated mainly for country circulation. The in its daily or weekly what its name unflinching supporter of the people s rights and interests in Stern hostility to the errors of super he influences in the department of criticism it will be a monthly and Ali in its notices of new books z a i u 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 Devot weight of an expenditure of in preparation to do the congressional work on the hands of the publish ear the printers whose contract was and by having whole work of defamation and in accomplished by the judgment of the Senate of the Union to give it the Sanction of the highest tribunal known to our country. The work was done by a caucus packed majority of federalists and the editors of the Globe Are left seeking advocate the of american Industry the grasping and to us blight ing policy of european governments and the unequal Competition which they Force also against the present depressing system of state prison la Bor it will advocate the restoration of a sound and uniform National cur Rency and urge a discreet but deter mined prosecution of internal improve ment. The retrenchment wherever practicable of government expenditures and of executive patronage will be zealously urged. In Short this paly advocate the principles and Meas ures which the people approved in devolving on whig statesman the conduct of their government. But a Small proportion however of its columns will be devoted to purely political discussions. The proceedings of Congress will be carefully recorded the foreign and Domestic intelligence will be Early and lucidly presented and whatever shall appear calculated to pro Mote morality maintain social order extend the blessings of education or in any Way Subserve the great cause of human Progress to ultimate virtue Liberty and find a place in our columns. The weekly Tribune will be published every saturday morning in Quarto form on a very Large Imperial Sheet 31 by 42 and afforded to subscribers at two dollars a year. Six copies will be forwarded a year for ten dollars ten copies for fifteen dollars and any larger number in the latter proportion. Payments in Advance will be invariably required and the paper whenever the term of such payment expires. Subscriptions Are respectfully solicited by Greeley 8? Mcelrath 30, Ann St. August 17, 1841. Covington hotel. The subscriber begs leave to in form the inhabitants of Tioga county and the Public in general that he has taken the Well known stand for Phillips in the Village of Covington where he will to found ready and Wil Ling to wait upon All who May favor him with a Call. The House has undergone a thorough repair which renders it neat and agreeable. The stabling is also Good and an attentive Ostler will always be found on hand. His bar and table will be found Well supplied the former with Choice wines and liquors and the latter with the very Best the Market affords. Thero will always be a Porter 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 wellsboro1 at times when the stage does not run. Those wishing to Irvine their horses at Covington and take the cars to Corning or Wilha sport Are assured that old English authors whose works Are valuable Bot for their Worth 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 will also receive at Tention As an established ornament with these details its general spirit will be the advancement of just sentiments and Good Humoured manners. Its motto will be sound opinion in a cheerful Frame its end the cultivation of Good literature honest mirth and truth a Arcturus will be published month new Type and superfine paper at the rate of per annul pay Able in Advance. Subscriptions will Fie received at Willey and Pulman a 161 Broad Way Barlett and Welford a 2 Alstor House and at the publishers office. Benjamin g. Trevett. Publisher sfc., 28 Jinn Street. Communications to be addressed Post paid to the editor of the turns at the publisher s office 28 Street n. Y. Ustices1 Blanks printed on Fine Cap paper Tor Sale at the office of the Tioga goods. At the Cash and lumber store Elk land foliage Tioga co., ust received above and will be sold car Tor Cadi lumber or produce one Peg lower than at any other place m the county a Large and Well selected and fashionable As Bort not of Spring and summer goods consisting in part of Broad cloths Cassimeris Satin ettes Satin worsted and Light vesting Cotton and Linen goods for summer Wear Blond lace edging inserting and footing Swiss Book mull and Jackonette figured and Plain muslims Merino and other shawls Linen silk and Cotton handkerchiefs fancy do Meus de Laine Velve teen Gingham printed Muslin apron Check White Crape Bonnett Silks silk velvet Cotton do goats hair and com Mon camb lets English French and american prints 4 c. Sec. Also leghorn Florence and Straw bonnets Palm Leaf do Palm Leaf hats Cap Bonnet and Belt ribbons artificial Flowers Combs gentlemen s and youths boots and shoes and brogans ladies Seal kid calf and Morocco boots and slips batting wicking wad fleeced from the throne o we conjure mechanics to keep As they Are nor Lei any fictitious ambition drive them from the honest work into the mazes of the hollow and speculating Orleans Crescent City groceries. I variety of Superior Groce i i Ries for Sale cheap by t. P. Paulding. Wellsboro feb 10th, 1s41 state to 1te. Capitol gaze a proposition we will furnish the slate Capitol Gazette from the first of june until after the election in october at the Fol lowing prices payable in Advance g copies sent to one 50 5 copies do do.3 00 8 do do.5 00 20 copies do do.10 00 45 copies do do.20 00 the above terms Are put As Law As the paper can be afforded for the Pur pose of disseminating True principles As widely As possible. The next election in an important one to the democracy of Pennsylvania. Payments May transmitted by mail at our risk. Postmasters Are authorized to Frank All letters containing Money to newspaper editors. Henlock 8f Bratton editors and propriety s. F Harris Borg May 13, 1841 fld nolo run. H o in t i i Lack and other coloured net trimmings with an endless variety of crockery Glass and hard Ware. Brooms pails looking Witt a 41 ses Lime Caps also a general assortment of groceries wines liquors of goods of at. Can at All tunes be accommodated. Nyji Thijn Van Dusen. Youngton july 1841. Superior ticking. Good bed ticking for cents per Yard and other goods in proportion by f. H. Smith Superior tallow beeswax and candles for Sale by t. P. Paulding. Wellsboro caution. T h e subscriber cautions All persons against _ harbouring or trusting George Austin a lad of about 15 years of age As i will not be Holden Lor any debt or debts of his contracting. Christian reas. 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 a arithmetic Smith now grammar1, Cobb s juvenile Reader and a few Doz. Singing books Boston Academy collection or gala 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. Wellsborough june 1841. They May of ask or receive contributions by cans sustain their presses. We abandon the publication of the Globe such of eur democratic friends whose circumstances do not justify a subscription to the daily or Semi weekly paper will patronize the cheaper up Publica 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 per annul and to draw to our Aid some of the Ablest pens of our country. We Trust under these circumstances and at a time when 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 new establishment. Jit Mansfield Tioga co. A. A. It. Carmet would respectfully inform the citizens of Richmond township and Vicinity that he has recently opened a shop in mans Field where holds himself in readiness to do All kinds of customers work in line in a fashionable style and in a Workmanlike Man Ner. Having had the advantage of instruction for several years in some of the Best establish ments in the City of new York and other Eastern cities As Well As some of the Best country establishments in the Middle states he flatten himself that he is Well qualified to do his work to the satisfaction of his custom ers. In As much As he intends to make Hans Field his permanent place of abode he is ready to extent to Bis customers a reasonable credit and to accommodate by taking in Exchange for his work All kinds of produce lumber at a fair Market Price. In Point of cheapness his prices Are As Low As at any other establishment in the county and in All cases he will warrant his work to fit if made up in his own shop o if properly made up elsewhere. Is would respectfully invite the Public examine Hia work ascertain his prices and if satisfied he would then solicit from them a share 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 these w 10 would prefer applying to or. Sherman can find him at no. 168 Broadway n. Y. His shop is next door South of a. Pitts Mansfield december 7th, 1840. Status. Must and shall be at s Tate to 1 a 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 contain sixteen Roy Al Quarto pages. It will contain Prin Cipully political matter. The political aspect
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