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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 8, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPru uht. Cd in. 1 b at the. Of umber Stoke january e1, has ii goods which he will Alejj at e and retail Ember or bought in Tibia. Or please Call exam d. B. Shop. Ibis sales Oertly printed of Foi Sale at the offset of system. Would respectfully i Forra k the Public thai be now Ewington where he will pan All who May lamp Chiffi i a general Well Tlell i 1 of which be offus cheap Coce lumber and Merit if delivered the in goods. I Edwin Dyer. To court Sale. E hereby Girth that by orphans court of the trill be exposed to i outcry on Friday Eitt at 1 o clock in the at Ujj certain Messuage or tillage of Lawrence. B us one fourth part of an Side of Mechanic f on the East by a lot Japelj Middough Dow by Henry h by Atrit on Lely owned and occupied by Obadia i Insco and on the ids lot and lands belong inf d Rel on. Which my mid a a and a. Building wed. Aie 1 lie Salo nil be held at 3oroogb of known by Benj. 0. Smith Aid estate. Wilson Feik 0. C. Shore 7 of c t id y a cloths. I and Blue Brown and steel Dux i drab and fancy Mist i i and Nib Erin it to cheap Foi of Smith hed perfumed and Lafayette Jokn e Smith Smith 9tb, 18h. I office roof thet be held on Dock order of the Board. W. Is Reury ind shoes. Of boots an _ Hynew store i iss oiment. Shed every Wetle Wellsborough the tiog1a eacj1.e. Cond j7t my letters paid to ensure a Ino subscription dec than six rant he Tiff if Iii i t por Itron. Those exc g de a a to far every time of or three insert inns the s Liberal redact 6y the if car the Day n too frail to keep Tho that must have foil the with holy Spray he faltered drifted and passed Awa As Well our Mindi when Oier the grave of a Iowa cob3st if nations. Communications Nijst by mention. Red for a Shorter period ill aay paper be Discon or. Tuned until All or read Goe Are paid brutal the option of the pub us Ailred liniments met Sci will of inserted three subsequent i g not More Man a Square Mes for one Sersion Twenty Jive cells. Charged in the a metro Edin " six lines will i cry five can stand Loo a the Price fur ant n to those who advertise Tho ight9. In social it Peteti to seek Relief. Hewing the i int on the to Burn s residence. Is Obb. Otty vow red when his brow vision Tell us o and fro fits dear sister throne ring All is we Hung but raring each where gentlest and prompt to of Good Anil fair lat us this liar 4 Broache the Hope enough of sorrow w think Rathar of Thosa when to the Oon Loiou i courts was line when Wisdom pros i Rej in his sight and virtue grow yen fitly lot your a pants r i Bland Hank la band. Lie themal nits May misdeed Overy Glenry Stream in Ark and blight Nesa Toni ill oar As in 7outh 0 Kwh Pirfo h we went to Stra varying of Yanli Sweet How Oft inspired urlus pathways Yun there his hone with mirth elate of in his nobly Penis the rustic state. Prond thoughts that image Overas before it humbly and Aak of for and by what nil she d her Burn thai Baa in the schools lie Are foil the bashes of turf mid Winters of a fill their i deep in the general Power sum what need of Field i where heroes Sage and All that fete had t from genuine shall dwell together t Fulds a i win Sweet mercy to the this minstrel Lead h the Luel Al conflict to with vain Endea and memory of Earth effaced for Evor. Why to him conf e prayer though on the frail heart with Al that Liv what we a 11 Are join d Hanl l it Ine Brianca at command he have t Rod far stretching Road n abode 9 mood i Pauter re what Causa 9 to win applause roots and loneliest Hia pen Snowe Aud when Eart of men dome far so Limo e flowing rhyme hold time Gates of heaven sins forgiven e Hoart Virea or bitter leaven s and earnings boar purest share and to. Farr the Eagle. Acrostic. T Emper Pitcl let it spread 0 ii this oar Haf by t ill froth rum s Drad bondage freed in a t s Power they b build High their i Pes o Erwin 3 tiding Constien t Emp Crance Temperance i to glorious dictates still n Ever tasting lest we i e act banish rum away. I n Ever ceasing till we see c countless millions that Are fir Rte e a Capo from rum s dread Tyr Whoso Lovetri instruct that knowledge but h Bralish. Knowledge is Nuno it illustrates All other up Idary doth in polish any. On Loreth reproof treasure one of eminent Lear ipg said that As would Excel in must Oxboel in Industry. A Nerer gains i Eri an out often looses a Friend of its As of the and so diamonds. Enemy the puzzled House wife. By mobb Sedgwick. I of Hope poor Young i insider the Domestic educate you As Are daughters of successful pre Fessit men o1 inherited Fortune so fortunate Ato live in the n will probably learn domes i in from the necessity of your c our opportunities Ofin Struc be quite equal to Mary b of the imperfections of our pice from the incompetent tie sties and the occasional in if obtaining them must sometimes s Vou must put your shoulder his necessity coming o May seem a great a you will have none of i that Mary j3ond has Acque hit and a half Days ironing i in and arranging the bed Ros i g tha above All of bread will seem a i Jor to Yon. Ile Pend upon it that if you Gnor aut of the Domestic of nearly As unfit to be a wife and Mother As if e in both your feet and a but we say to Unate Young Persona who us Grioua establishments ent All. Accini Lintal opportunities of a by Biddy Are to bad to go among civilized people. C Ould you contrive my dear have one or two decently ironed i faintly answered yes Biddy is quite competent to washing so i gave her my orders and then., Rose As a particular favor to Iron the shirts. She replied she could every and. I nol accust9med, you kno a to submit to any import peace rom my people re stored sharply. The consequence was that she fell to crying. If she could not phase me Shu could Lave was Anne had invited her and live All fhe a a sister i h her and sure is would be More pleasing than living service and not giving Satia was no need of living servant any Way in a new country where was room for Alland plenty i wan terrified at the of her Lea ving me Wilh tips care of my children in addition to every thing else so i chocked Down my Griefs and apologized and soothed. A my Friend it is one of the necessary arid most mortify ing elects of our Domestic ignore race and imbecility that they make us completely subservient to those we employ. I am wearing you bit i must write of what my heart and hand Are i ironed the shirts myself i confess it i sprinkled them with tears. What a labor it was How of Len i thought on the weekly replenish ing of presses with clean i bestowing one thought on the labor Thuiy Cost. My ironing turned out better than i i took infinite pain so you May a sure and when i Felt the glow of Success and my Hus band thanked to heartily i fell to a moralizing and came to the con Clurion that the humblest services May receive a certain dignity from the to live.9 and feelings that attend them. The great Domestic problem at press ent to be solved is How i shall provide my family with soap. I have Abun Dant materials Ift by the squatters on our place though i have attended three courses of chemical lec Tures i know no better than Biddy does How hey should be combined j and she Touhl As easy transmute Lead to Gold As ashes and fat to soap. I prospects however Are Bright ening. Mrs Gates has promised o lend me her daughter Louisa for a month. She is Toj instruct Biddy and me. Louisa is what i now Call an accomplished girl. Depend on it the meaning of terms changes with our at this moment i would give All my my knowledge of French italian grammar and music for Louisa Gates ability in House hold matters. You will Eay perhaps that i importance owing to my present unfortunate position. Believe me my Friend it Ean scarcely be exaggerated. A wife must be responsible for the Domestic Comfort of her husband and children. It is important to our concerns that my Hon band should give All his time to his own department of business but he is every Day interrupt etl by some domes tic necessity that i do not Knour How to sore Petty embarrassment that i cannot relieve. I feel that i am not a help meet to him. He hat no Home comforts. He a most kind and forbearing and i am doing what can be f. Education. Wot regret Perince if it induces Youj and some cof my Farenda a twit to think seriously on this subject. The result of such Refle Etian i am sure will be that it is essential to the Weli being of your girls that they be thoroughly in strutted in Domestic Economy. In Justice to the writer of the forego i a Thoft extract from a letter written b y1 her after a residence in j the West of some four or five yeas. R Youw Hohrei informed of All our do Restic difficulties in which i1 was involved by my ignorance when i first Carinet would be delighted now to see i get on. I thought for some time it would be impossible to have any Domestic Comfort in the West if not As Napoleon said the adjective of is that of imbeciles. I was determined As far As i could to make my husband and my children comfortable i resigned my self to being a household Drudge for the rest of my life. Household work cannot As some imagine be done extempore nor is their a Royal Road to Domestic any More than any other Art if self Nee. I applied my strength Fay mind and my conscience to the Bosi nest. I often failed but i Learned from failure As Well As from Success. Practice Mac e that easy which at first teemed impossible. I can now despatch a bit of work in the. Time i at first conium de an sighing Over it and i find my hands Are performing wort like Machi Nery while my mind is wandering Over Earth sea and what a wonder worker is habit when we cannot obtain domestics we do not now suffer. Sufi occasions Are however rare. We can get rough Irish or gemans and i know now How to direct them. They Are Well called hand the employer must be head for them. And my dear Friend those branches of education which in my first despair i thought utterly lost upon me assumed their right position and House hold Drudgery takes its subordinate place. In when i know that the material wants of my family Are provided Fop i devote Raj Sel t to the intellectual Edu cation of my children and Here far away Fror schools and pour into their minds the knowledge i acquired in nay youth. Conscious that i do not neglect their Domestic education i feel that i have a right to impart to them my accomplishments and those accomplish ments that won i first came Here seemed to me a mockery somewhat like an Imperial Robe to a wretch starving for bread Are now the Solace and Delight of my family. Surrounded As Are by All the luxuries of civilization i will venture to say that you can have no Conception of the enjoyment Ofa piano in the West it is a social i cannot believe that an italian opera Ever gave More genuine than do our Little family concerts. Kate plays duets with me of the piano and my husband accompanies with his flute Little Molly s guitar. Of course my girls have had no teacher but you who can every Day see Fine Pic Tures and engravings can hardly imag Ine our excitement when one of my girls has made an accurate sketch from nature or copied a wild Flower As to books from the Bible first and Best Down to tha last periodical which the blessed Post brings us you must be Cut off from the civilized world As we Are to know their full value. Think what it is during Days and evenings of unbroken Leisure to be in intimate communion with such spirits As Dante Petrarch Fenelon and Cervates. How often do i bless the education which enabled me to make with these authors and to introduce any children to them i and now i fed the full value of my late Domestic education which enables me to enjoy with a quiet conscience the High and elegant pursuits for which my Early o instructions alone qualified me. This Domestic knowledge be Here me my Dew is sine shirt Young being asked what was the first thing he Learned answered to speak tha r the nobody cart in Awe himself too much. Sea turning a Mill in its doubt can a Iii i think Bat that h these and the larger ones Are at 1 Springs which by being enclosed those water proof Walls raised the Ter to the height necessary for con Elan which Ira Dilion erected in return for the assistance a Surleti by Hiram in building the Temple. There two sets of Ajnese cisterns the first came 16 were Small and in ruins Are evidently of a later Date than second. Their decayed state Al Lowed As to examine the which were constructed in order to Iliae body of water to the required Lerel. This water now finds its. Direct to the n Bour in Wai ducting it to the fity. To suppose them As Haa been asserted supplied by a River having a higher source in the1 Edja Petit mountains is unreasonable for Hail Sueh been the Case Why nor con la t it from highest Point at once instead of bringing it into a Valley in which both of situated the larger cisterns Are half a Rifle further to the South the ground which intervenes Bathe ii them and he Les ones is highly Fertile and was with Green Corn and Large arc ves of Mulberry Trees silk still for i g a considerable article of Commerce Heie. These fountains Are three in Dum Are about thirty feet High they Are situated in a Small Valley about a qui Ter of a mile from the sea and the ugh they Are and Jig leered yet they retain sufficient magnificence to attest their Antiquity and for Mer Beauty. Is an Octagon Anc is about Hundred Yards nearer the sea than the others to which it is joined by lome very Beautiful arc a Row of tips leads to the to which is sur by a eight feet either it Wai originally arched Over or lining is much worn the top projects like a Cornice. Leaper Turia Twenty two on fat homing it i found the depth not More than eleven Yards in the Centre Anc about two at the edges but its death has probably been diminished by rubbish from time to time it rust have received. Indeed one Only wonder How these cisterns Hava at Sli stood amidst the Many desolation that have visit ref this unhappy country. They Are always full and an immense body of water flows from them which also turns several Mills in its i measured the thickness Wall of smallest foundation and found it to the be in Wenty i Bee feet. It was formed his Walls of Hen each from five to six feet Long enclosed a Siace which filler up with Cement consisting of Jime broken Stone and on the inner Wall was a lining of stones to Haj on 1 the fountains of Solo Mon near Bethlehem and to that on Pool of Bethesda at Jerusalem. Water has been drawn from he a the the que duct to Supply the Mills and Ibrahi m Pasha was then erecting a Tab ouch in factors nigh to the cisterns. Be s a Large Quantity of water passing he regular Stream it Over the of the Cistern on one place and Cascade. Main Sid Lik see dug sex Tim Tion pro Attu Sula by those of the Arches in the Plain Are Here Irr immense masses and son e doric capitals have been lately up at this place and an Acque duet runs from it in a southward direction cd was used probably for the Pur 3 of irrigation. The main Aqueduct we pos northward to the Rock or Citadel an d is supported by Arches Al c be place Only. On the morning of our visit some Arab women were a Kin their bread made by pouring Bat Ter upon the heated a practice referred to in the Book of Samuel. The of those fountains prior to the of Alexander he has called in ques by a Learned no stronger f is needed of their having been con Ted or Gorious to the e b r Tyre than that which building of in Ich is it Arnishe he Aqueduct running direct to the Rock and afterwards turning Tow Arda the Island to which it could have been Bro t in the distance and with much leu from the irregularities of the ground. Beyond these fountains is an re tensile Ana Fertile Plain bounded by the lower Range of Lebanon. A Pilot set native. When Socrates Wai told by a Friend judges had Sint need him to and said passed the sentence upon it i a fool s Bolt is Aoa shot. That death he them Ine spa per

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