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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - January 24, 1856, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaCd k. U t h f to Stswa-s2 m 13 Ler 14. . Q01, a r r 10 91 9 21. Of r. 86, 4 s 10 10 w r 13 sex Citron chapter 14 office r 17 chapter 18 Eha Pirr chapter 81 Bill of fun pics 23 it 24 Rucoi frs 25 court pin disc chapter 27 court appendix. Of equity n Art association and year. the second Aann i new and popular institution and All. Hive been Len rive scale. Engaged a far fumed i ten thousand new Collet lion the diffusion of Art and the encouragement i not been . In it hued to Many of the Man pm who c trib test pro hic Iona Amo Jef them bar Tho greatest Iram Powers. Ton of in country the philosopher. nmn As it him eur and made h of fun ten Worts to and it burble and s Laroc Anil Vollee us Sii Iuar. To be 4jutritete4 Gaibers of the As of cation for 5f membership Cimet Ilum an k and Tot i him mini Iris in fur Imp year and of the statuary and to they us g p i 10 z unit tax in Irti the in or without Satia Ting that pied in mind or body and no one shall speak cite even the suspicion of the least neglect in the retain the same 8enpral Dis Tubu Camo Over me much like that with which i Over which he attempted no control. To questioned but of k w they already have been or now contemplate that san Nee title of my and other it my proposition being a Gani cd t e Cava in Compani s which were which i allude they need but to be1 reminded o a a acis Borins and sought his bed upon ends and gratify our the Connecticut and often do i remember the Straw and Ere the morning Sun arose to v i e ii 11 i put questions to More than Twenty persons of Saratoga with melancholy stats faction the several diets we Corae him he departed from thence and of every rank from the High bred gentleman v is of the Green Mountain branches near the went in search of his wife and child but he to the servant m livery and received in each Margaret Matt who is at present no i v of wifi Lilia or to it a f1. La _1. I i h _ flt Ofifi up Ftp it ins ances a Lei jcar8 of age one is truly Green Hills of what is sought in vain for they had found a Home be called the Green nil their Neath the kind Man s roof natural and architectural attractions among which i Early rambled Ere time made me familiar with life s More sad realities Tobe effect have opened roads and have arrived at Sou roes of accurate mfg nution respecting the Tein tory now in Possession of the Indian so that a lure operations vill be greatly facilitated of the troops in the Indian next week i frigate i n t vow Ioa Guijo lob. Adams and Decatur Aud the Steamer setts the Sloop the ship f n is under the command of cup twin see Ivic. The Michigan Steamer has been usefully employed on lire upper lakes. The Secretary earnestly recommends an in cease in the Navy and particularly an Addi steamships of a Light draught of water tend with that of any respect we and to Fecile to protect even our own harbours the a Greg if e tonnage of the United states t was 1 tons for the car Endon june 30, Isoo it was 10-95, Ami our sea coast is now greatly increased in extent and Tho Danago which be effected by an six months would greatly exceed the Cost Navy sufficient to protect our com Mcrae efficiently the question of an increase of then Ivy Tho Secretary regards As one of peace rather than of War. The Secretary Eulaies at great length Upo the apprenticeship so Stern which he has adopted As a Means for furnishing a reliable body of seamen for the Nivy the Tes to non of officer in its favor the Costim itch expenses of the Dep women for the ensuing year Are 37 Tlona has Laed a Efge expend turns which Lave Ted in general by their appearance. But at the period mentioned i had a one of the few remarkable women of the Bevo Tor was not imparted the individual addressed t t. Gave an Assurance of his regret at being unable part in the memorable occur exceeded the to comm k fences of the struggle for american ind Epen in order to preserve the efficiency of the a Dence. Her Gilbert Martin was a army several measures pro suggested i r what seemed most to Surprise my friends 8argcanl in the amid of and in. J essential Liat there be a revision of costed by me almost j ,1 l i be Laws regulating rank and command the if inn he Hoof Eom nand should follow rank by one for the Tioga Eagle j Experiment in manners. Politeness has been Well defined As the say but a few hours previous left the be Ove Home ing and doing the kindest things in the kindest Titi e unit Prinjy Jidith Tigu inv Wii Uji Muur j.1 a g of my school boy Days where Oft we joined manner. It is regard for the feelings As Well covered As i usually did in k it then a very Young woman was on the Field Eer Faiu Rule officers holding Voncial Conns in Sportive glee those plays so familiar to As the physical Epin fort of others and is one .1 Hagen during both struggles constituting this Battle should not be placed Ahouee upon the a Leman or even to a Man of Ordinary appear s . J Bat have boys. My companions there the evening pro of the most essential in Domestic Ordinary appear and terminating in the defeat of the splendid a Hwe Opportunity to acquire practical Mih bade me a Long and perhaps a last and social happiness he did the same m his reply j ooh i with knowledge Yoopa equip cd for the and when i touched my hat to a liveried coach r 11.1 service should not Baided nor should toot Farewell on our return from school and for the As a nation the americans Are said by Man or waiting hat was immediately kor expense i on Canada be stub divided i0to infant or test time for years we had been separated j and some to Lack that be Are Defi made s h con Dently anticipating that he would be Able mounted men into dragoons ind cavalry i full thoughtful melancholy and Abne. These client in kindness but we arc Apt to perform t j May e and with it to Divide the army of the patriots and 2. Officers no longer capable of circumstances perhaps made me unusually our most benevolent actions in an unpleasant by simply avoiding secure sir Henry Clinton in Possession of the duty should be a child from the Semoc a coarseness and vulgarity and being Well bred St Livio but the rates of compensation should be in creased and the Laws of respecting allowances a i juju Fanti Case of of Serwise it Uduc but be this As it away it was our kindness almost in doubt whether to be por the foundation f do d adopted embracing the late sensible of the advantages afforded by social in the contagious roughness of each other a timid people have fad their fears so wrought sheaves in the one by one the sur tar course i doubtless should have been More coarse and slovenly teacher a vulgar and boor upon that rather than ride on the Catawissa. Visors and landmarks of the revolution Are change into a carbine is particularly i was by this accidental Assoc ish presence inflicts a wrong on the school Railroad they would either not go where they whiff the work upon the military roads has Trade action. Different topics had previously been room for which no scientific attainments can wished to go or give Thot selves great trouble satisfactory Progress the Survey of the North discussed and on the appear am a of the old compensate and expense to go some other Way. We know atm n you la years ago Western lakes has been prosecuted with Energy gentleman the former passengers withheld their whoever looks with indifference on this and a gentleman of intelligence who had indulged an s in Pinter who was very Cross very on the Wes can Ruers Bave been conversation and the old Man it after imagines that Good manners can be taken up Strong prejudices against the work from its Gruff and a deaf was engaged to paint Geer Tarj. Concludes with an account of a Short pause with a history of the country in and Laid aside put on and off at pleasure has commencement spoken strongly against it tie ten commandments on some tablets in a the result of the Pacific Eai Hoad explorations which we then were. He went Ottto give me Taisser their deepest Huv. Doubtless there Are his and concurred Jaq All unfavourable Church not five Miles from Buffalo. Lie worked and earnestly recommends the most southerly an account of this Village since he had known artificial manners but Only in artificial persons Ruu Rora about it. Washing to travel with a two at it and at tn9 close of the second of 32d he rep it and after naming most of the owners of real the deportment faithfully indicates the Char company from one of Tho important towns on da3 the pastor came in to see How the work was a adapted m every respect whose Beautiful locations we had Acter. A Noble and attractive everyday bearing the Road he had resolved for his own safety progressed. The old Man stood by smoking. Been proceeded to Lay open to us comes of of sincerity of and that of Bis friends to take a Bye Road by a pipe As the reverend gentleman ran naw an impartial history of one residence ans its and these Are bred Lin not moments. The stage but circumstances finally determined his Eye the tablets. The report of Secretary Bobbin is largely occupants to which on attraction had been principle that rules Yotter life is the sure Post it him to go by the cars. After one Tup Over said the pastor As his familiar Eye occupied with a defence of the Navy retiring singularly directed. A or. Hudson said master with whose life he appeared to be familiar was if Lofy sentiments habitually make their the person who occupied the residence to which Home in the Beart they will begets True and our attention had been directed this Resi Noble gentility to which no Beart will refuse its through enchanted him. The conductors were meets entirely out Don t you see it sloops Cyane and Saratoga and the Steamer Donee stood near the Centre of the Village homage. Gentlemanly accommodating and careful. The no suck said the old Man putting ten Stoa. The Columbia was left at St Thomas. Fronting a Large Public Green overshadowed by in the year 1821, i made in London in a stations were reached in he was per spectacles nothing left out where no has been had of the Long mis Trees beneath which Wen erected Atli spirit of Wager a very decisive and satisfactory that of a11 roads in the country Why persisted the pastor Here Doop Albany which has been Given up As Roug intervals by the rides of Gravelled walks Experiment As to the effect of civil and Courte there was no Ono More wort of Confidence in the Bible have left some the Brazil Squadron consists of the frigate winding among the recesses of this r wilderness Ous manners on people of various ranks and this. Of the commandments out. Savannah Captain Salter the Sloop German in miniature. The House was built after the . As we said the Road was built with great Well what if i have said old obstinacy town and the Brig Bainbridge. Model of a Cotugno and wholly Surj winded to were in the place a number of Young Effort the Means were obtained with diff a he ran his Eye completely Over his african Squadron under the command Post office depart invt. The report t shows a net increase of 86? Postoff Iees during the year ending 30th june. Whole number of offices at that Date being did on the 30th november 770. On the 30th june 1 is there Ere mail at a estimated length of the to in annual transportation of was costing compiled with the service of the year previous there is an increase of Miles of tuns citation 01 of about 5 1-2 per cent and of or about 14 4 100 percent Tho Incila e by Railroad service n Miles by modes not specified die transport asian by coaches is less by Miles and by Steamboat 056 this change results mainly from the re letting of contracts in in buy of the Souther and Western and territories on the of. Of june last there were in service 319 rout agents at a compensation of 65-100 29 local agents at and 9s1 mail me sengess at making a total of 6354 970 30 to be added to the Cost of transport., Tion this makes the total amount for the current year 30, which will Proba. Bly be increased to by new services did routes the. Cost of foreign mail service not a ducted Here amounts to the new distribution schemes have been completed and each distributing office has alphabetical lists of All the counties in All states except California. In accordance wit so Sacra of registering valuable letters but i h As not sufficiently Lone in operation t to Able to form a just estimate of the suites. Of bringing it to the expenditures of the department for the list fiscal year amount to and Revenue derived from postage Inland and of icing Are 13, which addin. The annual appropriations Niedt in Eor Upens i Tion of mail to Vicc to the by Thi acts of 3d Mirch and 3 i Maich 1851, amount to 13. Deducting the Baj Ance against the United states due to Tor postal accounts Tho actual Gross Revenue of the department for the year ending 30th june 1855, be the Gross Revenue of 1854, after deducting foreign balances amounted to 91, making a difference in. Favor of 1855 of s51s 519 10. The excess of expenditure for 185 j Over that of 1854 this Cess is attributed partly to Thein carcass in con peas Tori to and clerks of office and to tie increase of expenditures of h in Poi tation owing to the great Extension r la Hoad by me. The condition of the Depar. Ment goes to show that the rates fixed by the a of the 3d March 1834, will not enable the a to sustain itself by its own recon acc another cause of this excess of expenditure is attributed to the letters and documents car ried free of charge for members of Congress ind others and to the immense amount of printed matter conveyed at Low rates. Postmaster general thinks that the reduction of fifty per cent for Advance payment on new papers is wholly without justification he i be kiss in Short there was Noth neglect and rudeness experienced by them from compelled to begin to use their Road As is often there now than you u. Keep the Sloop Marion recency attached the of ing lacking it one of the Beautiful citizens to whom they spoke in the greets done while some of the finishing were Imper another and. More Correct artist was pm Roan Squadron has been condemned As Nusca situations that the Eye Erer looked upon. We they asserted in particular that As often As fact but by keeping an ample Force at work played next Day. Worthy. The slave Trade South of the Equator listened to the account which the old wan they requested directions to any Point in the improving the More unfinished portions ran 7 has been broken up gave of Twenty Wlsh they were priding great care and employing competent and is years before wid he the owner that Resi Tower and Faltum men on their Lher had s f Saranac the Sloop Couste Lution fewer than any other an incl Lea to to Reship suppler has b i _ or str and 4._____i 4 _ a pc 1 v o i Mediterranean. India Squadron under the Corn Abbot consists of the Sloop does the Steamer Powhattan the Sloop the House of a re Tiye who lived Ting the information requested and that i could will have to contend against a powerful com Vandalia and the store ship j. P. Kennedy sonic distance from the Village of he not help suspecting that their Peikre to rec Era petition As other roads came into use near the Yakam upon milk is an article which has not the civil War it r where our Story takes its Start. Al of the department i estimated at and the Means Avail Able for the same year Lea Uiligi deficiency of to be provided for reference is again made to the fact that the Collins line of Steamer receives from Goven ment for to Tiht Sis trips while tue British government paid the Cunard Lii for fifty two trips which in the opt Ion of the postmaster general is amply Sofii client measures have been rec Earty taken to Lay before the mexican government on the subject of a postal convention tha report alludes at some length to of the Post Ulster general of great and concludes by Denre Catisi that after arrive replies arose in part at least if not in line of their route. But there must be a Large risen of late. It i i i i .1
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