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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 1, 1853, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaT of d Ihk Medicine to the cd Poandl Dot of i v j lot Jive Joe Wei i bid 1-i.mr name a s and to in swi. E j Kaj Wiur. Eira v Mira n. Of. j. Sell in Acra pocket is the i Ibe human set fam a Carrr Ibe to Mufti m n a Lack area you Job it Ibex be Tae Wadu Tom Ketr Phi Ber Fockens Hani w to a theme Atuf a Avjon of from the fiery death. Catt w3l receive one copy of Tju r pcs for w. Of no. A ice sailed on aay of the every Jay betwew.9 aft Tail co or Ebster. Co a Vatu tote held in Wel Bora at the i tuesday proceedings avd Callor tse i comm Famou Dismut ten Amity Stog Omu. Of the site fax the Vest oved cities of the Aneyci Woof qom. J to of w f r r v Acter of the margin t most de t among die worthies who figured during the of mosaic account. J Tho Rico there _ was none Plata. At a committee Village on to Public of Lawrenceville chosen Chii Mao ind a. Of Tioga soc diary. F the object of Ibe meeting Baring bean a lated by the chair. The same in inc Call it resolved thai i county Contention to be continued from last week in mint of Wilhan Oenema of the cities. T Here Ora air. Of unlit to Wjk am Taf try no nimm _ nearly Ana it Lam of m there repose Soldier Wrt Boot the polish of the Ibi Klu _ j m Fol us the i eyed ass Juch As he bad chosen for himself All Plain of Xiii ii 12, 18. Jyom these ascertained Points nothing can Ike. More Clear than that the whole of the once Fertile p a in of Jordan is now covered by the Waters of the dead sea. And proverbially Fertile Plain the e new Yorkus Naiona to the. It Ila of that of in narrow margin and on me top of the Fol town anecdote was related to to by and we knew Tea Thea pentacle which me Tufey could not have an elderly Webor received from the been de Paulay would place far from his father whiff served under Ibe cause of deep grief in ear Frieu. And of Tea v the Centric Al Reg a of what was once an ample owl at the Lime a Strong bold called hone exultation Inonu enemies. We do neck some Miles above Stow York was in to Pron oae Lopen thew bisect to our Rea of Niagara j from now a. One print atone to wafer to. Of Switzerland to t in Orance i that can offend neither parly it 1iimr the cannot offend the National democracy of of Are Irto the Faross unfed especially As it Dan stent with their where convey tuck vouch will meet at har Ruburg on ties in. Birch next. 1854, and transact a Job other business As May be deemed of Ceca or. Resolved that Ibe followed mined Persona be constituted of vigilance whose a Wyvill Beto Gire Teo Days Dotice in their re Tutti cts Niev out to Decuna of vow Dana Vii k. My Lechelt a Moxa a. Of. Adams atom Haas Tehi. R. Rau. Main m. Baddin Cloa to Reynolds. W. Duffy b. H. Wal Lumen Hijra Mel Utah a Tara Kniffin Herne pc la Clu Al o Spencer. Georee fatter. Caldwell Robert Ryan cents of the movement Sof lot Abram Dweller in the land of Canaan and dwell t Din Ike cities of the Plain and pitched itis tent toward Xiii is Hal is to say lot for the convenience of Pai image moved about from one City of the Plain to another until he had finally pitched Bis tent toward so Doh shortly before the occur ret be of the fearful volcanic eruption. Ultimately however we find him occupying a House to journeying. Patriarch have been situated quite at the South Eastern extremity of the great Plain and at the Foo of those mountains which afterwards constituted the land of his son Moab to these mountains he finally withdrew from a distrust Ful fear that though spared for a would be ultimately destroyed Lika the other six. Salt c 7. I Bye now. With scripture in my band Given what 1 believe to be the True account of the cities of the Plain. Captain Lynch who _. Derives importance rom its Eon Loe autumn morning a made a speech something Necton with events rapidly and daily develop of Spring and the balms Felfe to the following effect which convinced them info themselves and intimately identified with checked Mil by the that something was in the wind the future Ocein or by frowning it you have been Idle to Long and so refer of course to the circumstance that Rea Hundred Miles from the sources of that to the Eastern Branch of sea u a most important feature a the geography of the land indicating Hal the Jordan once Dis itself into the red sea and confirming of Hal great volcanic convulsion de scribed in the nineteenth chapter of genesis which interrupted Ibe course of Ibe River. Which convened into a Lake the Fertile occupied by the e cities of adman Zebio Sodom and go Morris. And which changed air the Valloy to the Songhwan of that District Sandy preface Buek Kardt travels in Syria and the holy land up. V. I. 3. Cdo oel Leake a opinion is Pree Nely the As my own and As it a deduced rom with ascertained Matte r of Fket i do not very veil see How it can be erroneous. When the original level of the Fertile Plains through which the Jordan flowed in its Way to the red sea was volcanically changed by a violent depression or sinking of the ground the Jordan could of course no longer reach its Anc enl outlet but flowing into the vast Rulf which has been actually sounded by Captain Lynch in dually formed an immense Forth Cut off from its ancient course to the red sea. J g. S. Sher train House sept. 19th, the Captan and the dying Mas. Tend to seize his darn and fodder. How much do you ask Tor the whole Connarn they inquired. Marcy a Sake a dozen gentlemen came oat. And deliberately walking up to the Captain addressed him something Afier this we wish to go on our further Progress to Day depends on you. In the cars we have just left is a sick whose presence is disagreeable. We have been appointed a com m it Lee by the passengers to ask that Yon will equal t deny this Man a passage in your boat if be goes we remain Gay Yon gentlemen replied the Captain. I have Heird the passengers through their committee Lias Ibe sick mar a representative Here to the unexpected interrogatory there waa no answer when without a pause the Captain crossed Over to the car and enter ing beheld in one Corner a poor worn out creature whose life was nearly eaten of by that canker the Man s head was bowed in his hands and he was weeping. The Captain advanced and spoke to him kindly of said the shivering invalid looking up. Bis face now lit Wilb trembling expect you the will Yoa take me t god help in e i the passengers look up on me As a Brea big pestilence and Are so in kind. Yoa see sir i am of if i am suited in. Reach my Mother i Hall be Happy. She lives in Burlington sir. And my Jour Ney is More than half performed. I am a poor Painter and the Only child of her in whose arms i you shall replied the Captain if i lose every passenger for the trip by this Lime Ibe whole crowd of passengers were grouped ground the boat with their lug Gage piled up in the path and they themselves awaiting the decision of the Captain before engaging i heir Passius. A moment More the decision was made known As they Bebel him coming from the cars with the sick Man cradled in arms. Push ing directly through the it fwd with his dying Burden he ordered a matl Rasa to be spread in and told thereof the disposition of the foe and their plan of attack. The morning come and with it sallied out the Gallant band tie British were handled with rough hands and when they surrendered to Gen. Putnam. The clod sarcastically gentlemen l Haven Only kept my word i told you i would Call and pay you for your kindness and condense Osiow. A fe9ialb Crusoe. Passion instead of prudence be permitted to Ruli Hal hour. And it is in View of How much a correspondent of the Newburyport Herald much that is How Mue engg Euleil. Sentiment the entire democratic party oct Fie manifested in the Brilliant by cession of Victo Ries that crowded democratic exertions within the last few months the presi Dent and Faith in the sincerity and justas of his this is s Bond of present and future safety. The. Trouble am Orienda in new York however he induced by of our Wisest in bks to Ponder opon Al t l Aey Teel cwt Mist move Reading Bernade Hoase. Ii had to Bone to bumper a gym Jet in. Earth offered food and the r. Every Wei at a i a the time be k Euveda tells the following tale , 185a j we have now in Santa Barbara a great curiosity it a an Indian woman has lived for 13 years alone upon the Island of san a Small Island about 45 Miles from this place during which time she has not seen the face of a human being. This Island was once peopled by a tribe of indians to whom the to Thweat tribes were hostile. preserve the remnant of this tribe from destruction As Well with a View to Cheri Minixe them the padres induced them to come to the main land is yearn Mega them this woman swam ashore to look for her child which had been left and a storm Spring ing up in the night the vessel was compelled to pot to sea on resuming she could not be found. She was known to be alive by those who at times visited the Island for the purpose of Hunt ing otters from the Marks of and from of much of Public much of Public and private and ajl for chiefly if not simply Perso Nal that we look our duty straight in the face without suppose the de to Morrow would1 it compensate a disappointed people to see the government in the Banda of the whigs who proved themselves to be rare tier Inea babies and each Rock Lem spend the Nita when in Power f Bat the be Valeare evidently resolved that no Sadi result shall Hap pen. Anil we live read the Chancie of Preu deat Pierce most imperfectly if he dues not vigorously and vigilantly at mid and the in life Tufi. Herein not alone Ftp strength. But it a the Airen Gib of the democratic party. The people cannot do without democratic per nip is and the tie Money most Supply the Deamree and men to carry these Raio effect o. Of Unic me Jitt county Tely were very As t8 a Conr w recent fur it the in Iii who of the Mast significant character and at once commenced packing up her few articles of fur nit Are. Whether the sounds that she uttered a re woj Rysor not his not yet been ascertained. The rain who found her is familiar with five or six Indian languages but he was unable Loun de stand a single expression it is More than probable that she had forgotten her native Tongue entirely. Her clothing of Skina of Birds sewed together with the fibres of aame tree or Plant. Her food has been hell fish seals and a Small a Nimoona toot similar in a Ifa Ero of Uke which thenceforward covered both the the choicest part of boat where be Laid the Plain and the cities and which most probably r Khz rough constant evaporation never attained a higher level the present comparative by Low level of feet beneath that of the Mediterranean. J. 4. Id the scriptural account of the eat Attro Phe m Rae Trab could be Adeol the Lake a cease the Jordan had not Flint firmed it by up toe huge chasm. . Told that when Ahrari Gat up Early in the Moroff of the Fol Low Tyc Cay. Be looked toward Sodom and go Morral. Toward the land of the Plain Aad u theanus Kef Ibec Cuney went Opal the Xix. 27, 38. The Needles with i made of the Sharp Bones of a fish. With All the care of a parent.1 that done the Captain directed the boat to prepare for staining. I Bat a new feeling seemed to possess the astonished iat of Baime and cent ii Tiona their Gabd Manziy. With Jone common impulse they walked aboard the boat and in a hours after Anol Hei committee was sent to she Captain presence among Jare engers in the he went and from t Leir midst Rose a White Jaired Man with Lear drop aurtry Oginnis Eye told that rough soil Embr owned Many t lat be bad taught them All they sharpened by friction noon a . Were beautifully twisted from the sinews of some animal probably a species of Fox which abounds on the Island. Of the Pacific Railroad he will doubtless take Ibe distinct and strict state rights that doctrine noon which the Structure of democratic principles a impregnable based. He will we anticipate insist upon the enforcement of the fugitive slave Law ass. Doty devolved Pomi All american citizens. He will frown Down All agitation of the shivery question. Excitement and then he Anil ready to unite
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