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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 8, 1838, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania f each session of r enJarged containing a ge- 3ry of i ,s proceed- itract o' important d the acts of the con am articles cll-kpdwn tind ion subject sting to t ie general )ng Ha Poetrj miorausand path-i- it V jlhs, and others, Iwell known in in ty. Jn tht, va- >t mcnt and mstruc- cpartrrunt, and the nbelHshments, the and elegance of its intrmlcea to render i all respects, equal, s predecessors and i i tied that no work h' valuable equiva- amoiini at which it m. as thd Mirror. Lnt Hke iht present, st.ite all oui plans ff it were, it i ssicy ftir a journal h kpou a, not only (pil and Gieat i the English Suffice it to .say, 1 ibor, ti fnt, u.elus- ill tie ired to i t ulcl cable litera- i orpaiiiQnt to the tl c L pit lid States jinKil of women, the he rrtan ot business, s pow a parli- ununt and ill contain a single thu -vibrate tin of the most of be ss acieptdbk- to the Hie Mnror is pub-i at No I, Uar- or to I3roadwaj It erf HI tht extra super- w ith IrtcAitr, minion, a Splendid Super uiif and )ulnr piece of lie, ort, U.irp.Gutar, etc. an exquisitely En- and a re furnished Th> 'foliar? per aimum; 'srs in advance It the (jarlieM. mails to g out qf the city of mmimicalions, posF rcsscd to the editor. rectmitj for a leas ear -j-Xew ted the t volume. LETTERS Int Post Office at Co- County, Pi. .Sept. >hen B y n na n Taylor, la lahasenback William an rlea nas !S P. M. NEWSPAPER! VC L. I. TRWRSDAY, 8f NO. MIWTEJ AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. P. MAGILL. Office
n of New York, being a continuation went on, when DUT fc u timc to descend) on cndea- YV III ec. from Contractors not personally known to Engineer. Proxies of the Line and specifications of the will be exhibited at said Office, for five days before the letting. fhose Contractors who have heretofore heen eugaged on the Rail Road of the Tioga Navi- Company; and whose work has been 1 with tho privilege of resumption on ritoiiuaenco operations on Sections, on or hefore the said first day of No- mber next. OTLLKR FOX, of the Tioga Corning Rail Roads. Oct. 12th, 1838. 3t We've earned the State and out-witted Old Harry, The thunder he heard mid the panic of gloom; Was a type of the fure pronouncing his doom, Though a Daniel was there to interpret his dream, The people are walking by mountain and The Ball set in motion by BENTON ic rolling, In spite of all falsehood or paltry cajo mg, Infant Maine sent it forth to her sister Missouri. Young Ilhonis added her stock to its fory; Maryland watched as it came within roll, ___pushed it along with a tremendous poll; The'Quakeress caught it 'and sent it aling, Ohioreceived it With tnumph and soar-, Massachusetts, that prude, as it came within call, Cried, "Dear sister Delaware, da stop that ball'." OFFICIAL honor of Fortunatus, placed a seponc stnoky lamp dircctly before htm. As said he, this is the very ea to us a 1 he is and it i earnest wish of my brothers as we myself, "hat if he should be the the1 only use of evasion They promised to stand by him but when he was put m In case is the sole survivor, I be- that his two boys might fight S1de by you will consider this as our last will he history or the Con- scriptS} nor was it uncommon. A late PHILIP BE OASTELLON uaj May, in pursuance of the act o" Congress of the 12th October, now be paid, on presentation at tr e treasury acvance of the period om fa 1 due. Each parcel of ftotes of ered .or pay- ment, should be accompanied with a schedule showing the and sums of the several notes, and the rates of inter- est thereon. 1 Holders will he Accommodated with drafts payable at or near their of residence whenever practicable. LEVI WCOPB-JRY, i Stc'y of Tre'y. mettle not shown life, you n he, filling forgetting ape all a Glass But come e___es round, and npt obsequious landlord, 'we M low 1 glass exhilirated the com- me ejeso to sparkle. I Wl sh, said Ooaraa, as n ____of the decrepit and helpless, had no righiT to claim exemption. Three sons might be carried off in three suc- cessive years .from the sarrie desolate parents. There was no allowancemade for having already supplied a recruit.' Foj-tunatus, now the companion of tne brothers, was no conscript. He u voluntarily in the French r, and he believed their arms invin- ____ He was full of amusing anec- dotes, and assured them that he hac fought in several battles. I don't know how it said he" 'Poh said the new comer, it is---------------------- not torus to reason, have nothi ig I don't like to fight in coo blood; the Plucked The le ter was sealed and directed to -he fathe Then Conrad' taking the miniature, which} was fastened to his nee i bv a blaek ribbon, pressed it to lis lips, did the same. De La icey was lodged in the room .wit-! the Conscripts. In a few moments his breaLiing denoted that he had sunk into that calm and tranquil sleep that belongs 'health of body and Philip a id Edward, forgot for a while sir gloomy presentiments, a.nd slept quietly. But not so Conrad. He -felt a responsibleness pressing upon NEWSPAPER!
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