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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - April 16, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaW scenery Isyall the go fifty cents per an e of postal fifty cents deducted if the year and for by id Dollar will be Dej cled discontinued until All arrearage Aro at the option of the editor not exceeding twelve lines in for one for every Bud Twenty Fiva cents. Notices not inserted for seventy five cents. E for one oath 68 insertions the same aise Ounim to to yearly advertisers. Am Emest. Vil Avo. 34. From the London punch. 1h Caudle s curtain Lect tues. Cavolt a tent five a onnus to a Friend. You out to be very Rich or. Candle under five pounds. T i a May work b to Star Mant ihin6s done Ted up but wife May work and May slave that might have with five pounds 1 As if people Money in the Street 1 but you or. Caudle i be k Black Satin gown these three years Jere pounds would Well it but in 8 no h body mys j dress As be your but what s to to you nothing. Of no can Fine fecline8 for every but belonging to you. I wish a cops knew As 1 All. You like to be Call. Your family pays. Want bonnets and when pm i can t Ull. Half of five would Hava bought now by must go without. Of course they be Long to you and any body but your own blood or. Caudle. Lied for the water rate to All the Man Ca Day but i should Are to pay taxes who throw away five pounds Loev by Ferow aek5 Lem perhaps you Don t know that Jack this Morm fluff. Knocked his shuttle cock through the bedroom window. I was going to end for a Glazier to mend it but after you Lent the pounds i was sure we could t afford it. The window must go at it and pretty weather for a dear child to sleep with a broken window. He s got a cold already and i should t at All wonder settled the grows up who la have her nobody. Shall die and leave her alone and unprotected in the world but what you care for that nothing so you can squander away five pounds see or. Caudle what n misery you be brought upon your wretched family i can t have a Satin girls can t have new water rate must stand must get his death through a broken fire insurance can t be paid so we shall All fall victims to the devouring can t go to Margate and Caroline will go to an Early dog will come Home Road Aad bite swyters will go banging soot will always mice will never let us have a Wink of will always be breaking into the our dear Mary Anne be forever left an unprotected All All or. Caudle because you will go Orr lending five from Tjie Boston eve. Transcript. Astonishing facts in relation to the egg Jitian per alcids. The materials of which the pyramids Are constructed afford scope for Long dissertation because independently of the science and skill requisite for their adaptation the Dis Wellsboro we Presmy april 1845. The death of the eve. Sidney Smith. Whole Job. 34s. Ages Long before Abraham in the frag ments of a Mummy the. Cloth is found to be saturated with pts Asphaltum pitch or Bitumen Judi acum compounded of vegetable pitch from the archipelago and of the Asphaltum of the dead sea in Palestine and we find gum arabic that does not grow nearer than Miles from the Pyramid attesting Commerce Wmk upper Nubia. The Gold Leaf came from the mines of Squakim on the bed sea or from Remote Faz Ogla the liquor which cleansed out the body of the Mummy was Cedria the fluid Rosin of the pinus Cedrum that grows not nearer than Syria. The spi Ces Send us to the Indian aloes to cinnamon to Ceylon the ancient then the aits and sciences Brough to Bear upon the pyramids like to know How people Tances from which most of them were brought his lungs if that broken window dear boy Dies his death will be upon his father s head for i am sure we can t now pay to mend windows. To might though an do a Good Many More things if people did throw away their five pounds. Next tuesday the fire insurance is due. Hold Liko to know How it s to be Why it can t be paid at All. Tha five Pound would have just done now insurance is out of the question. And there never was 10 Many fires a. There Are now. I shall be tar close my Eye All what s that to you to Peop Call you Huberal or. Can dle your wife and children Burnt alive in their All of us to a certainty shall be for the insurance must drop. And. After womb insured for so Many years but How i should life to know Are people to insure who make ducks and Drakes of their five pounds i did think we might go to Margate this summer. There s poor Little Caroline i am me she wants the sea. But no dear Crea Ture she must stay at go into consumption there s no doubt of that Little made up my mind to Losa her now. The child might have been but people can t save their children Mil throw away their five pounds too. I wonder where poor Little. Cherub is while Yon were lending that live pounds the dog ran out of the shop. You know i never let it go into the Street should be bit by some mad dog and come Home and bite All the children. It would t now at All As me if tha animal was Back Virti the Hydra Phoum and to All the however what s your family to 10 you can play the Liberal creature with five pounds do Yoa Bear the shutter now it s bang inso and fro know what it wants Well As you it wants a new fastening. I swing to Send Tor the Blacksmith to Day. But now it s out of the question now it must ban of nights since you have thrown away Firo pounds. Well things have come to a pretty pass this is the first night i aver my sup p Foff roast beef without pickles. But who to afford pickles when folks Are always lending five pounds t a there s the soot falling Down the Chimney. If i hate the Nieli of anything it s the smell of soot. And you know it Tut what Are my feelings to you sweep be Chimney yes it s All very Fine to say tha Chimney but How Are chimneys to be Are they to be paid for to people who Don t take care of pounds do you hear the mice running about the from i Bear them if they were Only to drag you out of bed it would be no matter. Set a trap for pm. But. How Are people to afford the cheese when every Day they Lope five pounds of. R., hark us Ini sure noise Down stairs it would t at All Surprise me if there in Tho it Miry be the but thieves Are sure in night. There a a fastening to the backdoor but Are not afford bolts and when won t take euro of Uia ii go pounds. Ought to Haye the dentist to Morrow. She wants three Uken oat. Now it can t be to Joee proves that each Monarch s Sway extended All Over Egypt and lower Nubia if not beyond and in relation to this subject we gather the following facts from the second lecture of or. Gliddon s new course geologically considered Egypt is a very Peculiar country the quarries of different kinds of Stone lying at great distances from each other in distinctly marked f you see a piece of Basalt on the Beach of the Mediterranean you know that there is no Basaltic Quarry nearer than Between the first and second Cataract and when you find a Block of Granite at Memphis you know that no Granite exists but at the first nearer than the Peninsula of mount every civilization and extended Dominion is indicated in these facts and when we reflect upon them we almost think we witness the work of transportation going on that we the builders and the buildings themselves in process of erection. The blocks of arabian Limestone used in the Interior of the pyramids were brought1 from the ancient quarries that must Bava arrived at perfection Long be fore Liat Day Are not Only themes for end less reflections but oblige us to confess that in chronology we Are yet children. Among his novel and str Ange assertions in relation to the science of the ancient egyptians or. Gliddon maintained that from the very nature of their country and the vast Fossil remaining in their quarries the egyptian priests must have been geologists and referred to his Page the remarks of he priest of Solon you mentioned one deluge Only whereas Many Hap other evidences that the egyptians recognised in their mythology and chronology of the world vast periods of time Anterior to the creation of Man. Rev. Sidney Smith died at his houss in London on the evening of feb. 22 the morning chronicle remarks upon the event that the country has one of tie clearest and the wittiest of its writers and humanity has Dost one of its Frost powerful and least pretend my advocates. The Earl of Mornington belter known As Lold Maybo rough or As William Wellesley pole died in London feb. 22, in Bis 82d year. He is succeeded in the peerage by his son William Tele Tilney Long Wellesly he. Brother of the Duke of Wellington ant of the late Marquis Wellesly the late Earl at his residence feb. 9, in the 79th year of his age. He was one of the richest and perhaps the richest of the Bri Tish nobility. We have Long Heen of opinion that bad As Are the present As they do Mariy abuses which should be corrected Many wrongs that should be redressed and abundance of evils that should be Are still infinitely belter than the Good old times that people Are prone to Praise so much. All times when old Are is a satirical saying of a great writer who ridiculed the prevailing passion for extolling men and things that had passed away. We think that the a Bove simple announce sir who the Levil Are the. Answer Wak sufficiently my name is tailor and Draper and should you re quire a new coat or repairs for old ones i shall be Happy to serve it is needless to add the unfortunate tailor was dismissed in a manner he did not examiner. Of torah on the opposite Side of the Nile Distant about 15 or 20 Miles from each Pyramid. These very quarries Are vast it were excavated in the living Rock where in entire armies might encamp Are adorned with now mutilated the age of their respective opening by different pharaohs not Only show the very Beds whence the stupendous blocks of some of the pyramids were Are in themselves works As wondrous and Sublime As the Memph Ite pyramids nay at the very foot of these quarries lie the countless tombs and Sar Copha of numbered generations and ancient Quad ramen these quarries Are of logical interest because the tablets in them record that Stone was Cut in them for Mem Phis on such a Utlay such a month such a year of the reign of such a King and these Kings be Girt from the Remote times before the sixteenth dynasty and at different intervals come Down through the pharaonic period with Many of the others till we reach the ptolemaic epoch and end with latin inscriptions similar to others in Egypt attesting that these quarries were worked in the propitious Era of our lords and emperors ser verus and Antoninus thus enabling us to descend almost step by step from the Remote. Woman in her True character. A woman mus the adorned by Domestic habits these Are twofold a fondness for Home and qualifications to discharge the duties of tha household. These duties May he allowed to be necessary hut some will doubt whether they form any part of the ornament of. A lady. This is Ona instance in which tha present age has egregiously erred and in which a sickly and corrupt fashion has Inver Ted an ancient and healthful custom and the very Laws of the family Circle have Given place to a miserable suspension of its most indispensable duties. It is held derogatory to the style of a lady to be Domestic and an indignant flush will show that she wishes not to be considered As taking any part in the work or ordering of the family. It is in this respect that female education has one of its Greate St woman has dropped one of her richest plumes to insert in its place an artificial to sing mocking Bird or flutter As a Butterfly rather than to maintain the True dig nity and usefulness of Hersey. Every conceivable reason refutes this Folly. Her happiness her health her interests All make her place and its repudiated occupations imperious. But in these Days a Little Beauty a Littie Money and a Little Pride Are sufficient to conceal All these obligations and remit forever the most sacred lessons both of Reli Gion ani3 experience. God s word requires the sex to be keepers at and is it no recommendation of the fair to sustain this character. Nothing in their Pra ise Home is the Empire the throne of woman. Here she reigns in the legitimate Power of All her United charms. She is the Luminais which and the Talisman which endears it. It is she who makes Home Sweet who makes to wandering Man each Domestic enclosure an Eden and her self the Best representation of in fallen eve whose Assiduity is and smiles make the flow ers look Gay and fruits taste could you desire to witness a More interesting spectacle than a lady with every other accomplishment occupied with the welfare of ment indicates a decided improvement in the notions and practices of the especially in that part of the world which makes the least Progress towards a better., is governed by monarchical institutions. In the above Cnnon increment which is taken As it stands from an English be seen a Strong indication that the people every where Are beginning to assent to the idea that Worth makes the the name of the comparatively poor and Bumble preacher and author is properly placed at the head of this list of prominent men who have paid the great debt. His de Mise is made a leading feature of the notice and attracts As it ought to do the greatest share of Public attention because his decease is a real loss to his country and his observe too How exalted the tribute accor scraps. Me an amiable and i will show you a disgusted vice. Females on females remarks the Gay vivacity and quickness of imagination so conspicuous among the qualities in which the superiority of woman is a know legged have tendency to Lead to in steadiness of mind to Novelty to habits of frivolous Ness and trifling employment to dislike of sober studies to repugnance to grave applications and a too Low estimation of their Worth loan unreasonable regard for wit and shining accomplishments to a thirst for admiration and applause to vanity and affectation contribute likewise in conjunction i acute sensibility Peculiar to women to endanger the and mildness Al temper and to fender the dispositions fickle through Caprice and Uncertain through irritability. And sensibility itself singularly engaging and amiable As it is shares the common lot of earthly blessings and comes not without its disadvantages. It is liable to sudden excesses it nurtures unmerited attachments it is occasionally the source of suspicion fret fullness a lid groundless discontent it some times degenerates into weakness and pus ill an Ini mity and prides itself in the fee buness of character which it has occasioned and in common it fills the Beirut with so much keen Nesst As thenceforth to Harbor prejudices scarcely to be shaken and aversion scarcely to be Silver. He who has no Silver in Kis purse should have Silver on his Tongue. Iceland. The most surprising volcanic eruption recorded in history occurred at ice land in 1783. The lava spouted up in three places to the height of two Miles perpendicular and continued thus for two months has Bles attempted y breach the top of he failed but so full of therefore Soini described with close Jar Cewin dred feet of the Summit. He and yearned to be on the Peak in creasing weakness on or part and the exhaustion of Bis party compelled to re turn he feels proud says the a examiner Good that be got of that he heaven a lawyer not before or we suspect will Ever get gain and Way boast that he is the first Quee n s savant who Ever stood within three Hundred of the Topmost height of Stone Blanc select from his description a night s bivouac in the upper Region when the first rage of hunger was a before the tables were eaten or removed will not be for tha guides suggested the Vang Gour dresses at once for the. Night and for the ascent by putting on the no suitable tooth and which being once done would to Start As Soontas we should be the a smooth ledge next Rock us in turn for a dressing Roomi in my huge stockings were by some Raa Gic drawn on and the massive shoes which bail been dried in the Sun Reb Wec gaiters but ton Dover his trousers. In strange fashion in All which very arduous accomplishments i was assisted by Julien Dex they Teril y which would have Idolf Toner to a Ith the jibe Inch Valet and a mingled respect and command like those blended in the manner of an old family servant to a petted Yonng. Master. I should have thought the Well saturated with Snow Junco removed could never have been put on Over the tremendous stockings but even this last Mir Acle of the toilet was happily and i was pronounced ready to lie Aown for the night and to Start Tor the Morrow or rather at Tho so after a cup of weak Brandy and water which Julien recommended and shared i took my pole and picked my Way Over the _ prostrate bodies of two Young gentlemen who were already asleep and squeezed myself into my allotted Niche with my head sup ported by a Large comfortable Stone and my feet pressed against the Low Fence edging the 1830, blow Ess Antiquity of years b. C. Down to 200 years after the Christian Era. Tha hand of modern barbarism prompted by the destructiveness of Mahor med a Kas since done More to deface these tablets to a Many of these Halls in sheer wan tonne thin has been effected by time in years 1 Levery atom of the Hundred thousand tons of Granite used in the by rapids Cut at scene the first Cataract Distant 640 Miles. The blocks some of which Are 49 feet Long., had to be Cut out of their Beds with wooden wedges and Copper chisels then polished with Emery till they were As smooth As looking Glass and then carried by land half a mile to the River placed on rafts and floated Down 640 Miles to brought by canals to the foot of the lydian Chain conveyed by land Over Gigantic causeways from one mile to three in length to the pyramids for which they were intended and then elevated by machinery and placed in their pre sent position with a skill and masonic precision that has confounded the most scientific her family anticipating and dividing their ties equally capable of entertaining Parlour and managing in the Kitchen entertaining in the what surpassed the european Engineer wife amazement. The Sarcophagi once held the Mummy of the m the inmost recesses of pyramidal. Mau plea 84 feet Long by 3i s Broad and 3 deep were Al from club i the Basaltic Bra t poetic description has. Ever scene of the same lady at her own table distributing to her guests draughts of exhilarating beverage made More luxurious by the smiles and the graces which dispatched them inspiration has Given the Best description of a woman adorned with Domestic habits. Her Price is rubies the heart of her husband doth safely Trust in her so that he shall have no need of spoil. She will do him Good and not evil All the Days of her life. She seekely Wool and flax and work eth willingly with her hands. She is like the merchant s ships she bring eth her food from afar. She while it is yet night and to her household and a portion to her Maidens. She consid Ereth a Field and buy eth it with the fruit of her hands she Plant eth a Vineyard. She Virdeth her loins with strength and strength Eneth her arms. She pece Iveth that her merchandise is Good her Candle goeth not out by night. She Layeth her bands to the spin dle and her hands hold the distaff. She is of her household for All her House hold Are clothed with Scarlet. She Marketh lie self Cote Ings of tapestry her clothing is purple. Hen husband is known in ded to his and his labors As contras Ted with what is said of the Rich and titled persons who passed off the stage with him. It is truly said of him that the country has lost one of its clearest and wittiest writers and humanity one of its most powerful and least pretending of lord Mornington who died the same Day it is simply said that hex had several titles and was brother to the Duke of of the Marquis of Westminster it is mentioned that he was perhaps the richest of the British what is said of these men probably that could have been said about them with truth or All their survivors would care about seeing in the notice of their decease. They had done nothing that could secure them the love and veneration of their although Rich and Well educated they were neither remarkable for Benevolence nor Tal had no bold on the hearts of their fellow men for relieving their wants or battling for their in spite of All their grandeur stand immeasurably be Low the amiable and humane preacher whose career ended with theirs. Some May think it odder ridiculous to draw evidences of human advancement from an obituary notice like this. But we think the notice shows that the time is fast approaching when titles riches hereditary Hon ors will entirely sink before Talent and Hon est Merit and that men will be esteemed Only for what they they have achieved. Fifty years ago the notices of these three deaths would not have been written As they Are above. The demise of the Benevo witty divine would have been less conspicuously noticed and Virtues arid the merits of my however Bard to Dis cover would have been exaggerated and dwelt of at Large. But this disposition to Fawn and flatter the Rich and High born is rapidly giving Way and we repeat that the above obituary furnishes reason for Hope and encouragement for those who believe that Worth makes the Mer. During which time it covered a tract of three thousand six Hundred Square Miles of ground in s ome places More than one Hundred feet deep. A similar or fiction of a Vesuvius would utterly consume the City of Naples. Plague. Some of the most memorable visitations of this disease were in the year 1348, ninety thousand perished in Germany in 1352, fifty seven thousand in England. In 1407, forty thousand in London alone. In 1499, thirty thousand in London. In 1517j it was computed that one half of the population than of the second Cataract not bearer ,750 up the River a looking into the the there is still stagger belief a to excite Pur admiration. In the Pyramid of upper that support the i when he sit Teth among the elders of. The land. She Marketh fines Linen and Zellath it and deliver ret girdles merchant. Strength and Honor Aro her she the sir Bis de the list of fashionable arrivals lately appeared the names of or Wilson and at Terrace. Having heard that a wedding was the tapis a worthy Knight of the thimble there resolved to solicit the custom of the accordingly he hastened to the Resi Dence and on his arrival a servant to whom be was unknown received and announced his name. Now it so happened that his name was that of the Lover to whom the daughter of the lately arrived visitor was about to be United and who was hourly expected. Accordingly on the servant announcing blushing Bride rushed to the door and throwing her arms around the neck of the astonished tailor How anxiously i have been expecting and bestowed on him a warm embrace. The entire of England were Cut off by this Scourge. In London died in 1604, and ,al60 in the year 1625. At Constan perished in 1611. At Lyons in 1632, it was estimated that perished. And in London at the time of the great plague in 1665, than per sons were swept away. Marseilles lost of her population in 1720, and at Bas Sora in Persia died in the year 1773. Is remarkable that the Book of revelations of St. John were placed in the apocrypha or doubtful scriptures for about 1200 years they were excluded from the sacred Canon by the Council of lao Disca. A d. 360, and again received into the holy scriptures by that of Trent inthe year 1545. Is hot a Little singular that this personage who taught the doctrine of marrying and possessing the most Beautiful virgins in the next world should actually have married eleven widows out of the twelve wives which he took on Earth persian Prince Artaxerxes Nemon had no less than one Hundred and fifty four children and brought up own household. Well of Jour Friend of your enemy say nothing. Speak what you think but not always All that you know. String of a reproach is the truth of it. Vivian Able author of Vivian published some 15 years ago following Strong language it i As prophecy Joy our 6wn country age every one is striving to make an immense Fortune and what is More terrific at the sume time a speedy one the thirst for sudden wealth it is which engenders the extravagant myself to myself As like an effigy on a Monument. The position was in no respect however unpleasant except in a the confinement of tie limbs and a very slight feeling of cold and i was surprised to find How very tolerable a Couch the notion of the Edge being frightful precipice is entirely erroneous its height above the Snow on the Side it fronts n not formidable and bristling irregularity the Rock prevents the slightest sense p f dry Zepess or danger. It is far beyond att reach of Are heard in the stillness of the night thundering Down the surrounding but Distant precipices with no More possibility of reaching the listener than when he looks on the Jungfrau from of the Western Alp. It has been customary according to the published narrative of the As cent to erect a tent Here under which the travellers sleep and or both Early in the afternoon put up an awning again wha Rock and supported by poles under which he pro posed to sleep and to include us which seemed to justify me in applying to our position the words of the fated Richard Here even Here inbox Worth Field up with my tent Here Wilh tie to night hut where to Morrow. Well a a s one for that up with the tent but the Experiment did the tent was Laid served no Pur pose in t associating a passage of Shakespeare with our lot enough in itself to humanize the desolate and its owner with that quiet kindness which his. Demeanour finding that one of the younger gentlemen needed tha accommodation of the Best ledge More than himself silently resigned1 it without theatrical expression of sir Philip bivouacked on the second win Lay therefore with no co Verdug in an the heavens on the ledge my son the outer place at his particular desire and for that night and i resting beside him. He did not however come to bed till would serve in this conceptions teach that quite disfigure the child s Mouth t of the. Chamber Are Larch and Cedar but they met Stop the of in Egypt and face was made. Otherwise fast of with wife for lord. New to Illyria Asia an4.moiro in z and Fosters that wild spirit of speculation which is now stalking abroad and which like the daemon in Frankenstein not Only fearfully wanders Over the whole wide face of nature but grins in the imagined Solitude of our secret Chambers we have lately witnessed his grins to some Pur pose. Dig of will you take come of this skitter " thank Yod to Yrtti i belong to the tem Perance society and can t take any thing shall rejoice in time to coma. She Odenath her Mouth with Wisdom and Iii her Tongue is of kindness. She lao Keth Well to t he Waya of her household and eat eth not inv bread of idleness. Many daughters Hava j snip i was Villi piously but Thon them All 11 into tie room the father exclaimed Pray worthy tailor taken by Surprise and Over come emotions pressed the Sylph he form in his arms but one look was sufficient to Tell that the spell was and a himself he advanced 1 i Long after i bad taken up my was scrambling about the rocks and breaking Chicken Bones with the guides wha stept up tha the evening soon after 1 had thus setup my the grand and solemn As has been i never saw will not say merely equal i one resembling Tho difference was not in the degree but in kind. Above and around there was not a of a speck to dim the deepen tag azure of he sky nor a Fleecy fir eath of Mist wafted or lingered about the Tower or dome of the Mountain. These glowed for a few minutes n than that which appeared to clothe them at this hour the Summit As usual retained it s last and when it faded left them in the cold White Ness of the Dawn. Thus far with the grandeur above All passed in its usual Oglory but while i receding tints flocks of Clouds arose below and filled up the Chainani to the brim with tissues waving Graylyn like Florang of shrouds. They were then seen creeping up wl4hm the fold of the Valley bry6nd, till theft so assumed As far same the last version of sic motto Root hog or int is As lows soil with thy is Tho u queen1 City or retin a Glori by spectral the Topa she Breve. The Aiguille Varens and the c8e Buet stood out like islands in that solemn but right of the Breve top what glory disclosed a heaven thied Cloud Jajjo be. Aged i Vij i newspaper
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