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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 11, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaDeducted l add Etc. Exceeding Welve lines m. For one for crab. Tines inserted a Forona or three insertions the Samo. I Futi devoted to news politics -8qienoe, 761 Wellsboro hafe and goods. Ate now receiving a Large of Beautiful eap. Those in want will please Quantity or Salt on hand. A Bald win o n n e t s l silk sonnets p. Lit Torney at ,bl5 passion Al services to Tho Public sw5 a the common ple a and , of William county will Lien to cited Wun Roffi the Stew major Hittos lecture Tabernacle on the restoration of tie scattered of to land of Palestine. T the in clemency of the weather a1 very Large auditory assembled in the Tabernacle to hear Manassah Noah s annunciation1 of his Graild project for the restoration of the jews to the holy land. Great number of the clergy of All denominations of the City and amongst them closely wrapped up in tha ample loads of a Large Blue cloak the right River Enil Bishop Hughes. The attendance of the Hare Ever been deeply interested in All matter s connected with tube fulfil ment of tha prophecies and the introduction of the limited owing to the storm but Stilt there was a considerable number of Thero of them of sur passing Beauty. The front pews especially were graced by a very Brillian Circle chiefly of the daughter s of Israel. About hair past seven o clock the sacred music society Sang a hymn having refer Einice to the ancient splendor of or. Noah then ascended to the Rostrum Anc read a lecture of which we Annex a succinct 1 i have Long desired an Opportunity to appear before Yon in behalf of a venerable peo Salt sugar by yarns wadding he , is now waiving Lawrenceville a general of i goods consisting of dry goods they Hariu Steven purchased in w it Hijra and manufacturers As cheap As thy in a purchased in this Section of Kjall kinds of produce will be get 7, j8-m Iron n Ami Cust Toni a Drosd assortment May i Skaves. Cd Al Fejzi paid for sheep pelts at Graves. Al of to suit purchasers be had at. Kilmore of Suville s. Hats Caps. Geo. W. Duffy 117 a Walnut next to u. S Haiti opposite the United slates bunk Philadelphia. Has always on hand a Superior assortment of Gem Obdien s fashionable Assort Neil of army Navy and ii Minifi Hals and Caps of the latest styles. Are requested to give new arrived it Hill s Cash Aso Exchange store another Largo lot of Woods aug table for the the every variety Inch will be sold at rates to suit purchasers. Provisions constantly on hand will be sold Low for ready pay. Window s. I klan keeps constantly on hand Square for windows of desk option and will make to order on i notice every variety of fancy Bash painting and glazing ils neatly and promptly Grain merchandise and lumber be Laken in payment. A january 23, 1844. That they will of j Cupy jews within the ast Twe Rity five years great revolutions have occurred in marking a distinctly the Rogr Ess of christianity. Went on to describe the recent revolutions in the East and expressed that the land of Palestine was destined soon to become the real Neutral ground Between the contending Powers of Europe and Asia and that then it would revert to its original this is our destiny. Every attempt to Colo Nize us elsewhere has failed. The jews Are in a most favourable position to re possess the holy land. They Are at this time steadily advancing the cause of education. Where Erthe Liberty of governments allow they Are pursuing with Success agriculture and the arts. The soil of Palestine is loony and Rich. The climate is salubrious. A double crop in the lowlands May be annually expected. Corn wheat tobacco olives mul Berry Trees Cotton Trees grapes cochineal porn Grantes Are . The Points Are numerous and Cante re occupied. Manufactures can soon be established. Two Mil Lions of jews reside within Twenty Miles of the holy City. The jews throughout the world Are numerous. So far As Industry of to furnish encouragement for the settlement of Judea by the jews the Enterprise was most inviting., or Noah then proceeded to announce his project for the it was that to w i c united1 Stetes senator. 1 editor True is near at hand excepting or i v rat or Flere when our state legislature will be called up on to elect a senator to represent us in the National legislature and As other portions of the state Are pitting Forth the names of their local favourites i Tiave been casting about for one among the who stand at the Bead of the indomitable democracy of the North and among the Many talented gentle-1 men of this Region i find there is none in my Humble judgment so peculiarly qualified for that important station As Gen. William of Bradford county the intimate acquaintance of that gentleman with Legisla Tive duties in that body would give him an important advantage in Advance of others who would necessarily have to Leara the rules and routine 6flegislation b y practical exp rience., As a political writer there Are few who Wield so potent a pen As a Public speaker he possesses a versatility of Talent which makes him eloquent before any t and Lifavi 1 Louitha. Original cause we Are Siil about a t As a Uejo dark adj five of Boston and some ers think the decay a occasioned Viphat products the fungus _ is not yet ascertained. Some Peculiar i atmospheric undoubtedly been the Remote use of the necessary Agency of elect Rocity in animal and vegetable Well Faion but what particular or conditions of this a re essential to the develop Emeul of continuance of this life we know not. evident however that any unusual variation of so Iru Porlant a would Seuss blk effect vegetation his unsullied adherence to sound democratic principles and Unali Riching Devotion to Pennsylvania would make him the repository of the unwavering Confidence of his whole constituency. Being moreover favourably and extensively known throughout the Commonwealth there would be a greater probability of electing him than any other upon whom we could unite. A Jackson Democrat. Interesting sketches of travel. By the Teavie be not Lien. All the Christian societies of the United states should unite in supplicating the Sultan of Turkey to Grant permission to the jews to hold landed property in India on the same conditions As the Masselman. This waa All that was necessary. In conclusion he urged with considerable eloquence upon his Chris Tian auditory the duty of aiding in the restoration of the chosen Jefe implored them to dismiss their emulate the example of Christ and to love be children for the father s Sake. Is have said he lost kingdom and Power. You have it All it is your s. It is again to be restored to dismiss therefore from your hearts All prejudices. The chosen people Are worthy of your love your Confidence and respect.1" is it nothing to have had such fathers and foun Ders of their Faith As Abraham Isaac and Jacob such mothers As Sarah Rebecca and Leah and Rachel is it nothing to have been deemed worthy by the almighty to have had a path made for them through tha wastes of Waters to have been led to Sinai and there to have received that precious gift of that Taw to which we All Revere and hold sacred to is it nothing to have Erec Ted the Temple of Jerusalem is it Noth ing to Hava outlived All the nations of the Earth and to have survived All who sought to Luin and destroy where Are Tho generals of mighty crowds of Are the hones which who of the pyramids.----1 Wollt to see and to pyramids. Familiar to one from the Days of. Early childhood Are the forms of the egyptian pyramids and now As i approached them from the Banks of the Nile i had no print to picture before me and yet the old shapes were there there was no change they were just As i had always known them. I straightened myself in my stirrups and strive to persuade my under standing that this was real Egypt an that those angles which stood up Between one and the West were of harder stuff and More ancient than the pyramids of the Green port Folio. Yet it was not till i came to lift base of the great Pyramid that reality began to weigh upon my mind. Strange to say the bigness of the distinct blocks of Stone was the first sign by which i attained to feel the immensity of the whole pile. When i and trod Ami touched with my hands and climbed in order that b y climbing i might come to the top of one single Stone almost suddenly sense and understand ing of the Pyramid s enormity came Down Over casting my brain. The turkish Structure of the language especially in its More lengthy sentences is very like to the latin. The subject matters Are slowly and patiently enumerated without disclosing the purpose of the speaker until he reaches the of his sentences and then at last there comes the clenching word which gives a meaning and our accounts Tom Europe state the disease has been More or prevalent in Many parts of that cont Tient for four or five Yeara. There is an Delabo i a e article on the subject in number of the quartet by Junr naj of a i ice i but n o t h i n g a Vic u la re y Fie w or important is n Rought out. The Crit r is said .6 assume a varied its different forms Are designated As the wet and dry the disease May be called . Arid reference in a we Feek Var ranted in laying Down the following As facts v _ i. Certain localities . Neighbourhoods been More subject., to it than other s. Al. Though the blast of the tops in the same variety seems quite general All description of soil a Here the. Dis ease prevails yet the decay of the tubers More frequently occurs on wet and heavy than on Light or Loamy soil.-r-. Third that certain kinds of potatoes which have been generally a town As Sless Hardy than others Are the first u be a seated and Hal other and Moie Hardy kinds Are made exempt1 from at tack but in the most infected districts the malady May affect ing this respect amlo Ingah imams. Some Are More predisposed to the others yet it assumes the angst malignant form All May be swept off. In relation to raising potatoes from Heball we several times produced them in this Way. We have generally obtained several varieties from the same planting of of which were worthy of some nearly worthless. The same Rule prevails Here As in raising apples from Many worthless kinds we get occasionally a Superior one. The should be gathered i it the which the seeds May be washed and dried or the balls May be kept in the cellar All Winter and planted in Good Mellow soil in the Spring. Vohen fairly up they Majic be carefully trans my i connexion to All that has gone before. If you listen at All to speaking of this kind your attention rather than he suffered to grow More and marches on. Rively As the phrase Wall As tend tha Plains of Troy a Only hear of them in the pages of history. But if you ask where Are the descendants of those who fought beneath the Walls of subjects of David and Brethren of Jesus i answer miraculously preserved the pure and unmixed blood of the hebrew having the Law our Light and god for our redeemer. Amid persecutions the most severe and protracted w e have a boded by the Faith. When bound to the stake by men who claimed to be Chris-1 trans and when hissed and crack led around exhausted arid they called on god to sustain them in their extremity a still Small voice pure and angelic whispered in their not Jacob i am with countrymen and citizens thank god your hands and hearts Are free from the Plain of such Plause after dwelling at some lengthen the argument that Christ had come for Thi Christian but not for the and that be would come to the latter Canty after the restoration or dab Rrt Ade a warm acknowledgement of the services rendered to Church in and Gen Conlu Dea by an Earnest Appeal for their Aid in the restoration of the dispersed to the land1 of Jade. At one of the country courts where an indictment for an assault bad been preferred against a woman for the ill usage of her bus. Band Waco was his counsel n the heat of declamation happened to say thit half the sex devils. But seeing Andrj Ber of genteel females in the , after a very Short pause he went the Othet half Are Angela i and several of them now approach the dead sea. I went on and came near to those Waters of death they stretch deeply into the Southern desert and before me and All around As far away As the Eye could follow Blank Hills piled High Over Bills Palo yellow and naked walled up in her Tomb forever the dead and damned gom Orrah. There was no Fly that hummed in the forbidden air but instead a deep stillness no grass grew from the Earth no Weed peered through the void Sand but Iii mockery of All life there were Trees borne Down by the Jordan in some ancient flood and these Gro planted upon the forlorn out their grim Skeleton arms All scorched and charred to blackness by heats of the Long silent years. Swimming in Rte i bathed in the dead sea the ground covered by the water sloped so gradually that i was not Only forced to sneak in but to Wal through the water Quarter of a mile before could get out of my depth. When at lasts was Able a dive the salts held in solution made my dyes smart so sharply that the pain which t thus suffered according to the weakness occasioned by want of food made me Giddy and faint for mom Tats but i soon grew better i knew be forehand tha impossibility of sinking in this by Royant water by t j was surprised to fish d that could not Svi Ari at my my planted in rows two feet apart and 8 inches. In the Row Well Hoed and kept. Clean from weeds some of them if the season is Good and Are Well managed will grow to the size of Hen s first season. At hip time of out the rain ties and Plant i Hern separately the next Spring. The respective qualities of the different kinds can be pretty accurately the Sec season when such As it is adris3 ble to. Preserve May be adopted and the others rejected. Cul . Via to make butter. The. Wife of a firmer saves herself the Trouk ble of churning by the following Coo Tri Vances she lies up her Cream Inai Linen cloth Over which she places a piece of p not and buries the whole in a Damp place in the Garden Foj 34 she then takes it up and turns the Cream which by this Tinie is in the shape and consistency of a pudding legs Anil feet were hated so High Ahlf dry but of the Lake that my stroke was o baffled a lid i found myself kicking against -the1 Bitt air instead of the dense fluid upon Vrzich i swimming. Tha water Fli perfect tit Bri Feht and Ceaf it s taste detestable. After finish ing my at Tenn pts at g and took some time in regaining before i began to found that the sch had already water which a Liiri to Aie and Tjit my skin was of icky inc bub Ted Magne Siam o a bowl Aud by Sli iring wooden the. Buster Quicy sep rates from the Biihler a Nick and is o be sweeter than dial produced by Ordinary method. _ a traveler Compi aired of tie badness of he roads adding that we Grieve r they were the Miles appeared longer. Jive if the Are bad we Roea Sute to Turtle soup. What soup is this s Vert to Iii it has t been half "0h, yes sir it was Ori the fire All what rakes it so the agree tastes Tel Lyon the Trump tie was it on the e receipt at new Jar. Formation of tie result of presidential formation election Teia s notes and Bonds advanced

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