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Elkhart Democrat Union (Newspaper) - April 6, 1877, Elkhart, Indiana in and paper i are at the no placo on tho face of the earth where virtue hath bosoms iu and kindness will And the poor and the wretched shall ask and there no place on earth whore a from the bring a kind angel to open the the world wherever you can. There is no open door for the moneyless look in your where the chandelier's light Drives off with its splendor the darkness of Where the bright hanging in shadowy Sweeps gracefully down with its trimming of And the of up and renew In viatas the Go there in your patches and If you A welcoming smile for tlie moneyless man look in yon church of the gives back to the sun his look of red Where tho arches and columns arc gorgeous And the walls as as a soul without Go down tlie long the rich and tho In and the pride of their worldly Walk down in your and if you can. Who opens a for a look to yon in dark flowing AVith tlic wherein law quietly Where ho frowns ou tho weak and smiles on the right while ho Where their lips on the Bible have To render a verdict they've already Go there in the court rwm and if you can. Any law for the cause of a moneyless look in tiro banks whore has told His and thousands of silver and gold safe from the hands of pile upon pile of tho glittering up to the there you may stay Till your grow old and your hairs turn And you'll at the not one of tlie clan With to lend to a moneyless Then go to your raven has fed Tlie wife who has suffered so long for her Kneel down by tho pallet and kiss the tho lips of the angels your poverty turn in your agony to God Aud while it smites you tho chastening And at the end of your life's little span a for the SLIGHT George might described as a of sou of a ho liad been educated at Harrow and after leaving he had fallen in love with a beautiful the daughter of a business acquaintance of Mr. So that the two fathers had their or rattier their and had started the young coupie in start took the of a furnished villa at and a liberal at the yet Mr. George was not In the midst of aU his with a lovely and accomplished this Sybarite was not without the to disturb his what do you was the thorn iu the side that made Mr. imagine he was a miserable man more or less than his Harrow he had been taught Latin aud but writing was not deemed necessary accomplishment for a or perhaps considered it ought to come all ho had not been taught the mysteries of tho thin up stroke and the thick down the curve aud the various other of the art of Oxford he had not it to himself in ho still retained a collection of formed which he honored by terming his George was continually about his son's Mr. never let pass an of upon the of a was in vain George tried to bad handwriting formed one of the outward and signs 0I' a his wife added her mite to his She a beautiful in hopes of a uhc often compared the two constant comparisons made George sor intensely wretched that he hated the sight of and ink smd and one evening after a vexatious lecture from Mr. Manvers ou the wickedness of wasting a business mans time was his by writing what nobody could he went ty bod fully determined to do the morning after at this and while he was atill warm on the he happened be reading the paper at when eye on the following of any age taught a flowing and graceful by aud single the name and address of the George could refrain from giving to an tion of took down determined to have a at Ho not tell his Ho would wait until lie had a flowing and graceful as per and then lie would and Iter after breakfast he dressed and proceeded to and the maSing him sign his namo on a scrap of compared it with a signature he had written before commencing Ills the difference was ELEHART APRIL 6, 1877. 15. George hastened full of and found that his wife had gone out writing her a short he left it on the side and then to his about an hour's time Mrs. came sailing into the swelling with her note in her said some fellow has dared to write to me and invite me to dine with him this my replied and shall you accept it am at George Of course to find out thrash tlie idea of having to thrash George could retain his gravity no burst out into a hearty in reply to look of the to his wrote another note to the same in her next at his wife I want a little money to settle the Can you let me havo any my he I've hardly any change but I'm going into town this and rU bring some back with when was he walked down to tho the soon arrived in making one or two and transacting some he proceeded to the bank to draw some entering he made his way to the desk usually a clerk with whom he was on speaking the desk Avas he was at he moved down to the which was occupied by the newly promoted out his George drew a for and handed it he had returned his to his he noticed that tlie cashier to be comparing it with some other papers on his and then he thought he stared at him rather to hasten matters a he it all in One the who then tlie bank messenger over to giving him an order in a again toward I'm really very sorry to be obliged to you said there is something not I have had toi send for somebody to rectify it. here he is I give that man into your charge for the next moment George the rough of a brought in by the how he cursed the man that first invented in a voice that trembled in spite of his that he was he This is absurd I am Mr. Let me see Mr. the he will recognize Mr. Chance is away for his replied the as for tlie absurdity of the here is a check signed by Mr. aud hero is the one you drew just anyone can SCO it's a it's as as chalk from young interrupted the as George was again to attempt an if you takes my you'll comc along and keep what you've got to say till you're before tlie and remember whatever you say now will be brought up against shades of And this was tlie effect of learning to must I go the like appealed iu you can have a replied the guardian of tho you like to pay for in a few minutes with his in grasp of the by tho cashier who preferred tha entered a and drove off to the police Upon their was led before the on cashier stated his was entered upon the soon as the clerk had poor George again liis asserting that he was Mr. not forge his own Ah very said the if you arc Mr. you can produce witnesses to prove your If you will let me liave writing answered I wUl have my here in an was accordingly supplied ink and aud in a few he had written a note and it to his father's was in when the messenger though considerably at the tenor of the note and still hemade up to 6iii|sonrB office lio met to M - - at 4Vino the inspector was the matter to Mr. Manvers was shown into tlie coll where was ' my I tell you you'd to a end if you did not learn to write a ' was bad after suffering as he all having improved his to be bullied iii that a minute the did not know whether to laugh or Mr. Manvers was still holding Mr. the and his son how he had taken and what occurred at the a hearty they all went before the sitting as Mr. Manvers happened to be acquainted with in a few minutes George was at to return to his of made a handsome and George hoped the matter was somehow or tho became known to his friends and and it was many a long day before he heard the last of tlie consequences of his slight of spring dresses arrive each week at this season of the anew some of the designs already and adding more varied Thus far tho polonaise is the most often seen on both rich and While a dissertation might be written on various shapes of this its distinctive features remain the Black silk are made with flat from the neck the middle of the back to match tlie fan trains with which they are Black grenadine have largo damask are draped differently on each and are caught up by bows of black satin the trimming is ruches of French and jabots of lace with ends of satin ribbon hanging in the The new navy barege lama is made up with rich of the same and trimmed with a and rich fringe in which threads of mandarin yellow and the new red are buttons are used on both dark and light dresses of light quality are made up postilion basques and long Avith square sides and flatly pleated These dresses are meant to be very useful and hence rich fringes are not but the has a deep hem or silk facing to throe inches above which is a single row of very wide Still have or six parallel rows of stitching in place of tlie and in some this stitching is of contrasting color for puts pale blue on brown mandarin on other simple and stylish drosses those of fine delaine in the smallest checks of color on These have a sUk skirt with a polonaise and sleeveless A model that wiU servo for description is of brown and check on a silk trimmed with of the and galloon brocaded in Indian colors and The silk skirt has a flounce of the wool from knee made and edged on tlie bottom with pleating of To the frout of tho dross this deep has no gathers in front and side but is quite full where it forms a fan newest dresses for are of light or Knickerbocker woolens in dashes green or brown on with silk of another color for sleeves and for Thus blue and white soft wool dresses have side collars and sash ends of gros The is being massed in pleats on one while the opposite gore is of plain on which square bows of silk arc The foot of the dress is cut out in and silk border the Tho pearl buttons on all such evening dresses the princesse style and for these gay dresses is laced in the has a square neck and a Medicis and a square train without a of and suggesting a regular The richest drosses of this kind have some of the gores of light gros and other gores of the new gauze of gay OF most prominent of supposed lunar change on the surface of the that of tlie crater On the quadrant of tlie near the center of a level tract about 430 miles in there is a bright crater called nearly in with a circular wall rising 4,000 feet above the and about 1,600 feet above the Scattered over this are a few small some two and a half miles in walls about 300 feet Near its eastern center placed a bright about five miles in which ho as after the mosf conspicuous object on this ' Ten years our greatest Baron von and made this - crater was about tins making limar observations of part of the Linne is shown as a with of The tents is faintly ' AND dairyman troubled with cows having sore teats use plenty of linseed oil before He will find any sores about his teats if Many cows that are kickers would light to be miked if a little linseed oil were used on should be provided for growing both from the excessive heat of and sudden or protracted storms yoll will be well repaid for the time and money If you cannot do lean some poles against a fence and cover with straw or hay until yon can provide some permanent OF an axletree the spindle should be wiped clean with a cloth wet with spirits of and then apply a few drops of castor oil near tho shoulder and When greasing an just enough grease should be applied to give it a light more does more harm than by working out and damaging the OF house should bo so placed that the direct rays of the sun shall have free admission into tho living the sun's rays a healthy and invigorating quality to tho aud stimulate the of human beings as they do those of without human as well as would and The should be Cobn in increase of crop in planting com in instead of in squares is 25 per With the best farmers in the East this method is Our own planted in this have been freer from weeds than many of our who planted in check The rows are generally three feet and the seed may be so dropped as to give one stalk every or two stalks every eighteen inches in the on clean it is that a few hens say six to ten in should ordinarily be bred to one Two males in the same run will do well enough for common if a dozen to twenty hens are for one of the cocks oldest and wUl generally be master of the Two-year-old hens will give us the best eggs for ou the Aud birds may bo kept as breeders three or four to if not previously Idea in to not believe that sweet butter can be made from taken from cows in the There is no liquid with which I am acquainted that will absorb smells and taints equal to and where the cows are milked in tho stables any one who has tho faculty of taste or smell will detect a disagreeable smell of tho stable in the milk even if it is a day Of course the butter is flavored with it. I clean my cows in the and then take them to a adjoining to Here I can feed each cow as may be aud there is nothing to disturb her or take her following recipes will enable tho amateur painter to mix many shades of color that he may require Cream is a mixture of chrome the best Venetian red smd white Pearl equal of Prussian blue and blue m list be used very as it is a powerful Fawn ground very mixed with white Tins is a of chrome yellow aud white tinged witli a little Venetian of pale chrome yellow and wlnte Raw or burnt umber and with a little Venetian two teaspoonfuls of aud pour over it just enough boiling water to scald mis with it a of sweet the yelks of two aud then beat in a pint of flour and the whites of the to a stiff bake on a griddle as other This same batter is good baked the evening make up about a quart of flour into a exactly as you would for light rolls sst them in a warm place to insure them being In the make them into putting in the middle of each one a piece of sausage about the of a black walnut bake as other Any meat chopped may be used as a substitute for the pancake batter by the given and bake them as as a As soon as you bake spread it oyer witli a layer of French then on the and piling them with layers of hash you a stack five set it in your oven long enough to heat it well When you servo tins cut it down through the whole - This dish lor cold two pounds of well-raised light bread Rub fine on your pastry large teaspoonful of white and piece of soda about the size of a large and some Lay your dough ancl on it a piece of butter size of an Knead it very find sst it V When knead it again and roll out about an inch cut it out with a biscuit spread a very little melted butter or lard over the and then lap so that they form a circle or let them rise a little while before take what meat you have left and ent ail the flesh from the bones that you pour what gravy you may have over it and set it Break the bones and put them on tho fire to with sufficient water to cover and a little stew ail the then off the liquor and it over your Hie morning put it on tlie fire in a clean and let it stew a season it well with and it slightly with a little When you dish it put some slices of toasted bread in your and pour it on if you with parsley and hard-boiled eggs cut in Stott a Leg of Veal oe a Plesht Piece of or break into a pound loaf of light take a piece of butter the of a black walnut two beaten and Work it up your bread season witli aud flavor slightly with nutmeg if it is rather add a little wine or French brandy to make it sufficiently take a long knife and make an incision around the bone put your stuffing into and sew it up at the top to keep the in rub a little butter and kitchen salt over aud jmt it on to as soon as any gravy is basting it when nearly over it some and sprinkle bread crumbs over put it on and roast until well garnish or McCarty farm at Limestone has a It consists of sixty It was left by a provident old Irishman named McCai ty to his son two or three years Mike was a switchman on the Erie railway at His trait of character was getting drunk whenever he got his It was with that he could pay tlie taxes on tlie Two or three ago he would have sold it for They to strike oil weeks ago he sold three acres for There are several wells on liis and he gets royalty on ail they His income is now a Mike sticks to his oily but he has purchased a gold-headed He is throwing his money around loose among the He is a second Johnny Steele on a small Mike lives in His built a house some years and it was a long time before he could understand how she did it. At last she told Whenever he came home after a she went through his clothes and took the money she could This was and resulted in the Mike tells how he felt when he it I'd no money in me I fought spint it wid the aud I'd go to But whin I found me wasted iu boards for a it was I parties of whom the older McCarty bought the farm reserved the right to oil for ton The time expired the day Milce sold the three to New York Forty-fifth Congress of the United which begin its first session at on the 4th of Juno shows now list of 138 Republicans aud 153 members in the Two cases in Louisiana are and will probably result iu tho seating of two Tho following are the seats to be contested by and their Alabama District is contested by H. Haralson member of tho Forty-fourth Third District is contested by Florida districts are contested by in tho and in tlie Eighteenth Illinois District is contested by B. L. of the are in there being signed by both and Sixth Mississippi District is contested by John B. Missouri District is contested by G. seat iu the First South Carolina District bo contested by J. S. seat from the Virginia District will bo contested by E. A Abner of Alleghany who died recently at tlie age of 109 it is related became of age just in time to vote fhr George Washington first in 1788, and has voted election He retained his physical and a degree up to a te w In 1872, having lien the age of 105 he an unbroken colt to the and rode it at the hoaid of the fi Boys in during the campaign He leaves one aged 80 are to have a of underground railways similar to that of total length will be sixteen and the cost 160,000,000 of A witK will central be feet beneath tKe level of FOREIGN a Russian hotel you are obliged to stipulate for blankets and or else you pay extra for as the landlord assumes that you carry these articles with This has been the custom of the country from time and has produced among certain a curious kind of They strongly dislike using blankets and which are in certain sense public just as we should object to putting on clothes which have already been worn by other iu population of Holland numbered upon the 1st of January last 3,809,327, of whom 1,884,417 are as against 3,579,529 in 1869, the being 229,798 in the interval of seven In 1870 tho number of births was 136,124, rising gradually to 144,181 in 1870, while the number of declined from 114,234 in 1871 to 98,676 in 1874, but increased again to 104,479 in 1875, with the Minister of Public has published some educational for 1875, front which it that there were 2,688 of which 489 are schools of a higher being an increase of 22 over the preceding There in 135 private schools in receipt of a and 994 which do not receive any assistance from the 509 of which give education of a. higher Altogether Holland has 3,817 or 33 more than in 187-1:, and of these 1,174 are schools of a higher The staff of teachers consisted iu 1875 of 9,267 masters and 2,708 in fathers of two houses concerned moot and settle the matter exchanging presents which sometimes amount to a considerable by a sort of is as useful a member of a household as a grown-up maiden by one to The brother of the bride delivers hor to the solemn which to conduct her to her new and there she is received by the a of the She a touches a distaff the which are so often to see her occupied this and carries wine and water up to the which it will become her daUy duty to With these symbolical she enters into the new Hor mouth is sealed by a of to denote that she should utter aud only what is As yet she is only a and for a whole year she is termed the By an of continued prescribed by she apart even from her In the presence of she scarcely converses with much less would a phrase be from her It is only have and she has become the mother of that in finds herself ou equality with the other members of tho in is whose people had of yore their flocks and cheese of their under whose wall Ruth lived and and made a poem of herself the home David and and and town that was fortified by Rehoboam and restored by and has again and again fought and bled as most of the towns on this side tho water and this it will probably continue to do so long as it is thought worth visiting by a fickle aud forgetful Down in that where now tho shepherds pipe to their those other shepherds the same sort of in the and listened to tlic chant of the stars when the Blessed Babe lay iu manger at the end of the Every man sees a beauty in tha women of man save barring bluer eyes and the paler I see no between women here and women all over Of your - carpenter is a specialty in he knows and poses just the least little bit in the not that he cares for or tlie Blessed or the Babe in the has got used to the shrines and dismissed them from his mind long because we all him with such as we ride slowly through the streete on our way to the cradle in the as much as to Did he look like this when she sat at home in peace and waited the coming glory of her W. in the San Francisco Russian merchant's ostentation is of a peculiar i entirely different from English and American He may delight in fast costly furs or he may riches by princely donations to or institutions in all this he to be other than ho really He designates i plainly his social makes no to adopt fine manners or and never seeks to admission to what is in Russia la Having no to seem what he is lie has a unaffected wd a of nobles of ranks who make pretensions to being highly aud strive to the outward forms of French At his groat it is the merchant likes to see among liis guests as many is to official and especially those who to have a grand cordon but he never dreams of thereby establishing jui intimacy with these or of being invited by them in It is by both that nothing of the kind is The invitation is given and accepted from quite different The merchant has the satisfaction of seeing at his table men of high official and feels that the consideration he enjoys among people of his own class is hereby If he in the presence of three he obtains a victory over a rival who cannot obtain more than The on his gets a first-rate in for tlie honor he has a certain undefined right to request objects or benevolent by D. Mackenzie M. has been entered in the Circuit of this District by Thomas Biggins against ex-President Grant for damages for The charges that the defendant on the 23d of 1874, had him arrested in the city of had him imprisoned in the Government Hospital for the Insane for a period of eight months aud the on tho 20th of 1874, the plaintiff to go under guard from the city of Washington on board a train of railroad cars to the city of New and then and by force compelled liim to embark on board the steamer and sail from thence to The records of the office show that Thomas Biggins was arrested on charge of threats at 5 o'clock on tho of March 21, 1874, by the Metropolitan police and sent to the insane Ids of mind having been certified to by Drs. and G. S. It is stated that the threats Avere against Gen. whom ho met as he was leaving the House for a and that raising a said If I yon at my bedside again your head Gen. Grant replied I do it It be remembered that was before the committee oil tho of tho affairs of the asylum as a a year ho about the spirit of Gen. Grant being at his Washington lork cau not but have considerable respect for the intelligence and discernment of animals when reading such incidents as are related by Bayard Taylor in a recent number of the For the When the great was raging iu a lady perceived she could save nothing but what she instantly took in her There were two objects equally the parrot and the old family After a moment of she seized the and was hastening when the parrot cried out iu a loud and solemn Good Lord deliver No human being could have been deaf to such an the precious Bible was sacrificed and the bird In the homo to which he was taken there among other a gentleman rather noted for When the parrot first heard him it listened in silence for some to the amazement of all it talk too The at first presently resumed his interrupted Thereupon the laid his head on one gave an indescribably comical and contemptuous aud he goes nmv new light that promises iu a large measure to supersede gas in the streets has of late been successfully applied in several places in Germany and Sticks of charcoal surmounted by sm isolating which slowly melts are consumed by With two of these electric it is a light equal to that of 100 gas jets may bo thrown on a The cost is about half that of and the light is of the best It also has the recommendation that there is no danger whatever of fire from the electric The new light has been introduced into forty large in and is to be soon the only light that be vised in large public and work can be carried on by night as well as by day by means of the now since it has almost a sunlight clearness and A German speaking of the We are evidently on the eve of as great a revolution in lighting as when gas superseded oil lamps and tallow of tho Bible of 1540^ and which belonged to recently bought a sale of of in book On in Luther's own is tho 1542." Tho Old in many and the New in several are interlined and with observations by the great This precious edition of the Bible was the Markisch of for 9,000 one column one one 10 for first tnd 5 for each not to exceed ten thU per of this type constitute and regalar business carda allowed that WISK AT want to be an with the With ou my in my And right before the beauteous and so in open up my And praise 'em day and never should be ever shed a Nor ever know the being in But nice and Fair ones I'd mash at I'd rope 'em in by praise 'em day and I know I'm weak and they'd Uow many perking of the yet live 7 How sweetly I in my languish While pUing up my how is for Ton bet IU bo an with tho agents A beaver on roy in my hand ramble the So beauteous and so They'll tumble to niy And I'll canvass day and is gi for a man contract a wl ion ho pays part of It is a sad moment for a when he finds that his hair is so thin that ho is unable to hold a pen over time seems to be coming when wo wiU have to hire a few potatoes from tho grocery to ornament the table on company urchin who sat down ou a heated and was branded with words has been provided with an will be as as The United States ship Gettysburg a rock of it near and left a buoy to watch of railway conductors are not always successful They use the switch so that the locomotive gets a little a man makes a fool of himself by some early love but no thoroughly good man is likely to of it with contempt in after who was more favored by than at a party she desired her daughter to play the new malady she got last Only winged again You won't get much of a Charlie Impossible to kill every I don't load with yon notice how splendidly I went through that last reel at tho ball last aud I also noticed that you kept it up all the way I WISH you would pay a little attention to what I am roared a lawyer at an I am paying as little as I was calm I'd leave my measure on your said a man who fell down in a necessity for said the Imow exactly how much you following notice appeared on tho west end of a meeting house sticking bills against this win be prosecuted according to law or any other little fellow explained his tears to a companion sent after codfish for I went und was gope all and now wo have been some Vermont the other day from poison in the stockings which she had been in the habit of This may serve as a lesson to girls not to on with their a bright little daughter of throe what is a in the Daughter But what do pick Papa My lived for twenty-two and in all that period such awful as was of a dandy as he was assisted to his feet from a position on a Philadelphia wass another continued witli a twinkle in Ms but the grambling tone iu but tlie time I wiU hef a at that That wass about two men in a and the night it was so black that couldn't find their way into tlie harbor at and the wind it was blowing ferry the one saya to tlie you must gif a prayer or we will get into the harbor at And Dimcan canna do you maim do it Donald he will ' if you do not gif a will bo as sure as for i can see nothing but so it was that stay in the stem of the ancl he will kneel and lie wiU ' it iss since I for but it will before I anything if tek tho boat on and Donald that was up at tho he wUl cry ' do not pray any more do not bo to ' ashore Black's believes ia the better thai
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