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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 9, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaCaad 1 a pretty pass things have come Tot or. Men is their and your sky Larua Are not enough lqs4ake your attention from Feut you u i _ Al. I 4 o Flutro tie bad and Good spirits. I Cheo Tho blossoms free 1 Ujj by adding leaves begin p appear i ii Opid Springs fir Oiw bondage free Trentle gosh assail the glows atom ind 1 Ujj. Is that not a time to love t Titan bids up Orr the dewy Spray their carols to the Twilight raise i y nature in bar Peon array i brightest of her charms Yiove hath done All he can Iuchs to woo r Man Flowers exhale and lib Earth As stars the ,.d youth hath Bloom and lives but in Halady s v Ltd from his heart allies hath not that the time to wed1? i Kate on As she had be Ghow Beautiful and accomplished and number so that do things a Tab impunity that would not have overlooked in girls less Many As to her True sentiments for George Alcott. Her Jcj ver cared Little for shia but he really was a noyed at the severe things which often cams to his eats buying been said of him by Kate. He was too Prond to demonstrate but he showed by his manner How much hurf., at such times by a few conces Sions Kate would restore him to go Oil he Drifty under Din gibe of the curio use and enlightened thai brings it for dry its slumbering gave t called she made it a Point to thing of George which no lady could to is petted of saying against the Man she loved. Dear said Agnes again to her a few Days after the preceding conversation you really must curb your propensity to a Lin. Did you notice Bow George coloured list evening when you made such fun of him to his face and after his Back was turned things of. Him that will certainly of Fco Dhim if they Ever come to his let him get offended said Kate her head. He is too sensitive and to be they meet with companions who in Vite them to step into an Oyster Saloon a or a bar room an . To reached to More than the Tares to of the knowledge that is to be opened up to him in All time to come. He digs up smothered cities and reads their history to the world. He is already almost divine As is astronomy. He dives beneath the flood and walks upon the solid Earth. He wings his Way to the heavens like a very he dissolves the metals analyses the air de composes the water and with fire turning it into steam he outstrips the Swift animals in their Speed. He numbers All the plants tells their names and Virtues and in what climes they flourish. He brings up Pearl from the deep and like a god of the sea rides out the storm that seems specially to have risen to its utmost height to overwhelm him. But it cannot be. Lie wears the image of Hij Ood and representing his almighty Power Here below is in very deed lord of latest excavations made at Pompeii by m. Vilai Xiv the belgian charge affaires have been exceedingly interesting. A House was Laid open in the Quarter of tha people. Twenty workmen were employed at the task and the Entrance room furnished about Twenty five articles vases cups altars and Bronze Patrece. An other room from which a narrow passage led to the Kitchen contained some Large earthen jars. In the Kitchen the tinning of the sauce pans was still Bright. A Large boiler jars with handles Light and transparent jocks exceedingly Tare in collections were also found there. The next excavations were to be made in the workshops of sculpture of the town. Choctaw of the is invariably begun by the female. If she fancies a Young Man Sha makes what is technically called the first Lanter. This is done by slyly squeezing the hand or gently touching his foot at a Camp fire. If a Man should venture upon any of these Little preliminaries without being shirt of a reciprocal partiality the indignant would immediately assail him with a stick and this would be the signal for a general As Sault by All the squaws around on the pre suming Lover who unless he be beaten without mercy. Thus even in this rude shape does woman play the coquette the Young Squaw who screams loudest and shows the most resentment at these unwarrantable liberties of an ardent set Down As the Diana of her tribe. Giving the first Tanter to be Reser Ved by the women As a special prerogative and they Seldom allow it to be infringed with in the presence of a third person. This extends even to their dances for the Squaw always selects her partner and sends the master of ceremonies after him and he petrified Forest of Fie Nile. Of there is a spectacle Ona the surface of the Globe More remarkable either Insa geological or picturesque Point of View than hat presented by Trie petrified traveller Baring de the to nabs of the Caliph beyond the paths of tha cily proceeds to the southward nearly at right angles to the Road Spross the desert to Suez and after having travelled some ten Miles Iii a Low Barren Valley covered with Sand gravel and sea shells fresh As if the tide had retired but yesterday crosses a Low of san Hills which has for some distance run parallel to his path. The scene now presented to him is beyond Conception singular and desolate. A mass of fragments of Trees Del converted into Stone and when struck by his horse s Hoof ringing like cast Iron is seism to extend itself for Miles around him in Thi Lorra of a decayed and prostrate Forest. The Wood dare. Brown Hue but its Lorra in piece s being from one to fifteen length and from feet in strewed Soi thickly together far As the Eye can that Donkey can scarcely tread jts Way through amongst them and so natural Scotland or might pass for some enormous drained bog on which the exhumed Trees Lay rot Ting in the Sun. The roots and rudiments of the branches Are in Many cases nearly perfect and in some the holes eaten under the bark Are readily recognizable. The most delicate of the sap vessels and All the finer portions of the Centre of the Wood Are perfectly entire and. Bear to be examined with the strongest magnifiers. The whole Are so thoroughly Silc Ifield As to scratch Glass and to be capable of receiving the highest polish. Vyuvto6, Well. A soil Kubat you the father of a family and the husband of a wife should whisper but you did did Yuu i dirt so Deo Eiffel what was Evet Man u your word Worth you he right into Ray face but the maid shall faint age. I Wott Tkeep-her1 another a. She shall go bag t have to do Alt her work lord or tows i work hard enough but i won t have the House foor say Well there now thai a As As to own it. You would Tiszay poor girl i you was t in love with it s no use. I see How it poor girl indeed should like to know who is permitted to refuse. Dances that elopement of it is at these married women with Young warriors generally take the woman slips oui of the dance at a moment when the confusion is greatest and re pairs to a Point agreed where fhe a soon followed by her Lover. They usually remain in the Woods three or four Days and when they return live As Man and wife with out being molested. Hence elopement Are common. More experience we have of tha world the More experience should show us Bow Little is Power of riches for what indeed truly they bestow upon us can they give Beauty de formed strength to the weak or health to the infirm surely if they could we should not see so irony ill favoured faces haunting the assemblies of the great nor would such numbers of feeble wretches languish in their coaches and mansions. Can they prolong their own Possession or lengthen their Days who enjoy them so far otherwise that the sluggard and luxurious Cara which attend them shorten the lives of millions and bring them with pain and misery to an untimely grave. Where then is their value if they can neither embellish nor strengthen our forms nor sweeten and prolong our lives again can they adorn the mind More thatt the body no Butylo they not rather swell the heart with up the Cheeks with Pride shutting up the ears to every Call of compassion and our hands to every motive of sympathy and virtue the Norse s , or seme other considerate Friend has furnished us with a copy of this really excellent work said to be written by a celebrated practising physician. It will afford All a theoretical idea How a baby should be washed de and fed with spoon medi Cine should be administered when the Ani Mal functions of the Little Angel Are in the poor girls who belong or How to behave themselves we women work and Drudge just to see our maids of work nothing but whisper to our husbands. But i la not endure it Caudle. Stoit say Hilld qty Tongue no i la not hold a pretty figure t. Make holding my and you whispering All tie Lime Wilh Tny maid. I Tell you again it s no use for you to deny it. I see the guilt in your or i should see i i if there Light in the room. The More shame for Yibu for blowing out the Candle so Long be fore you got into bed. Men Don t blow out candles unless they Nava something to be ashamed of. Sal i la not endure it. I la go Home to my to the or. C Audle. No won t. I la discharge that maid first. Poor girl a gain i do you say that or. You would provoke a Saint. I la have Ray revenge i la tear the House Down about your Well see then who la whisper to the maid comes of whispering. Nothing Good i should like to two of a do Yon do mrs. Toms yes1 and no Sayno. Multitudes of Young ruined by not having excision enough to say men Are by this time that i m a True woman know can t be reasoned if she will she will if she won t she i and there s an end oot so my Sweet sister keep your syllogisms for one else and leave me George Alcott otherwise i shall take to quizzing you Moat unmercifully. The is to serves As a sort Oft safety valve to Long As i can have him to ridicule Jon Are All forbid this and there feebly they would riot like to have their parents see them go into these places they Are that those who entice them Are yet below themselves in moral character but they five not firmness enough to a no. When they allow themselves to led astray once they will then they must return the compliment. This is the begin Ning of that course which leads to drinking to tavern sappers to the the House of her which is the Way to hell and the ruin utter ruin of the Young Man is almost inevitable. Have you heard the Story about mrs. Why no really mrs Gad what is Tell 3" of i promised not to Tell for All he world no f must never Tell on t. I m afraid it will git Why ill never Tell or Las Long As i live just As True As i live just As True As the world what is it come now you won anything Sib out it will you no i in never open my head about Hope to die this Well if you la believe me mrs. Sunday told me last night that mrs. Trot told her that her sister s husband was told by a person who dreamed it that mrs. Trouble s oldest daughter told mrs. A niches that her heard by a letter that she got from her sister s second husband s brother s stepdaughter that it was reported by the Cap Tain of a Clam boat Jost arrived from the fee that bustles stuffed with the squaws have another privilege which they often exercise. When one chooses a partner for the dance to whom another is at rival closely watches them and at the first favourable Opportunity cuts in or in other words cuts out the into her place with the agility of the Fawn and the mortified Danseuse must jail Early retire from the Circle. Old widows we have by give the banners before described and in Many cases they marry Fellows under Twenty one. A Squaw of a certain age if she has been Thrifty a generally provided with a House and some other appliances and it is considered quite a speculation for a Young Man to be supported by one of them for a year or two. At the expiration of that period they Are generally abandoned for a in. O. Jeffersonian re Piilini slightest degree Mamma s Darling be pacified when night is made hideous by its How naughty Pappy can be made to take mudder s own and Dandle the crying Cherub on his knee at that particular part of the night which rational devote to sleep. Who would t be a father when the "nurse1? manual can be procured of or. Gish for the Low sum of Twenty five cents of the lawful currency of this glorious Commonwealth Latt. Democrat political gratitude. Or. Greene of the Boston Post records his experience of political gratitude for the Benefit of the Young aspirants who Are just know what honest folks have about. Whisper. You May Well aay that. I indeed. I Don t. I Wiah 1 could speak with Thunder i Yoo would t pretend to sleep then. I Wake All the sleep our. Of you. And next we shall have an Elope ment. Don t say fool or. Nobody a fool except for marrying you i say we shall have an elopement and you la be put in All the Richard cat die Esquire gone off with his servant maid leaving a Lovely and disconsolate wife and six children. The maid not Handsone i say of handsome or. Caudle. Not that be a Fine Story for the rising generation to read you say you Elope if i Don t hold my Tongue i say you Shan t i won t hold my Tongue. It s not often that i use it goodness knows. I la watch i la follow you to the ends of the Earth like a poor patient abused i am. Cut you Shan t go. I la tear the girl s eyes out first. And you Shan t go to sleep either. You Only make be younger wife. Can. Important if Bronson Sta Ted in his concluding lecture last week that if a drop of human blood be subjected to examination by the of Hydrogen Microscope and magnified some Twenty millions of times All the species of animals now existing on the Earth or that have existed during the differ ent creation for millions of years past will there be discovered of a healthy person commencing their career. How Many have Lieve sleep i know when a Man s asleep. You need t snore so for i Don t hear it. Snore. Here mrs. Caudle s Clam Shell closed from very weariness a and the slept Galva ism for the improvement of human beings goes ahead of galvanise. A Farmer near Boston recently shot up his son in a barn containing guano. The boy slept his feet on a pile of it and the next morning was a Man six feet in a eighth the tattered remnants of the b of s dress hanging upon the Gigantic limbs of tha figure. Who la get up guano judging houses in the blood All the Are Jee islands that the mermaids about Section wore sharkskin pickled eel s toes p h is dismal to stand amid the ruins of mouldering cities to startle the Serpent and the Lizard amid the wrecks of Persepolis and Thebes but More dismal still to stand amidst Ghast Lier ruins of Law and order the shattering of Mankind themselves. Quiet and peaceable Bat in the blood of a diseased person they Are furious raging and preying up on each other. This he stated in illustration of Bis cont this with in himself All the principles of the universe. It was also asserted that if a dead cat be thrown into a Pool of stagnant water and allowed to dissolve there a top of Waters taken from any part of the Pool As above will show every species of animal of the cat kind that has Ever existed on and destroying one another. The bodies of Ali the lower animal being made up thus of a animal Cula similar to themselves and the already experienced the truth of his Thoss who have had much experience in politics or with the political have lived to Little purpose if they have not discovered that the men who in the Ordinary course of things should be most prompt to recognize services rendered Are most anxious to forget an obligation they too that More men and deserted by creatures of their own creation than by their open and avowed enemies. Man kind strive to forget obligations because the remembrance of them is burdensome and politicians almost invariably kit Down the ladder by which they climb to marrying a lady for her Beauty is like eat ing a Bird for its singing remarks the editor of the Nashua Gazette who probably has disposition to feast upon nightingales and the observation reminds is of a Friend who we puzzled somewhat to Tell Why. It was that he a wife is she Rich Beautiful accomplished intellectual remarkable in an Way Superior in any thing no none. Means hitting the Public in Ujj a Dandy with a Cigar in month entered Van Amburgh s menagerie where he proprietor politely requested the visitor a take the Weed from his month lest he he uld teach the other monies bad a voice from the. In one of his Beautiful papers in the says that be has been Rary forcibly Strack by this epitaph written As if by the Man for himself after death had unfolded to Tim the realities of another world what t i wasted s what t Lent i a what i gave i have make own two in ill Uhl Ujma Maiuu Ihm. I body of Man being a compound of All that is reality. Ari body who can do so to in the Aca Leof trav. Be called a of Humbug by somebody who can t below in the Aca Leof creation pounds of Alum for every ten pounds of Tal Law dissolve it in water before the tallow is in and then melt the tallow in the Alum water with frequent stirring and it clarify and Harden the tallow so As to make a most Beautiful article for either Winter or summer use almost As Good As to Joy makes is for tha of life sorrow causes to tie weary length trouble and Industry can alone it supportable

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