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Elyria Constitution, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1876, Elyria, Ohio w W N O Ut Ud S POWDERS nmg CHINES ml of Ex- ses of for C Everywhere N NEW i or 10 id to J J I u t ton from til a j lo 2 frcl of nml on or i H 1 I of SICK i nil ATI i Your hront PAR CORDIAL 1 n m CORDIAL Depot H A of Alt hi mil 18 M I 10 Crit MINOK TUB middle of Is n bad lot strikes but tho of do not scorn lo this into account One dred and thirty of them have topped work at Krith on account of ment with their employers and the nation their action As the numbers thirty thousand is a prospect of moro ahead Other Important are reported in nnd with n nails of various from a tack to a railroad spike He likens tlie magnet lo The tack typifies littlo children he shows how readily they to magnet A simple touch too attaches tlie shingle nail which he likens to n youth The larger nails nro nnd affected until the bli tough old sinner of the must intractable kind nut stir the National of has icon of its principal hen nnd The group which wan of gold finely adorned with precious stones and weighed pounds wai ol an- cient and was dug up some years ago nt The robbers also carried away golden amphora anil which came A portion of broken head of tho hen win found in the snow outside the building A duel took place recently in Spain where Hie hai been shot nn Irish officer in the service of Don The duel it is stated conducted with courtesy on sides At tlic second fire u the of the who made no further to obtain A n of Spanish win cause of the MR Owns writes in tin oi Association of Ilia Into din tj overwork mid mliN For two years nml n hull previous to my in last I Irul been n ferer from and Thf LYRIA VOLUME X CO OHIO THURSDAY JANUARY 27 NUMBER 18 A nil miking Anil 1 ll 111 nil ami Mill I n-k II I lo low II my Illi How 1 Uive nml liow I lit I inn ol I My Is in 1 tl nil tin I hi IU Ai iv Inn -I mi m I in nml Hi n-hoiii I IK a I il nol ink lie U culm anil nml i B llkf1 A Anil mini not uty frown Nor If my ryo Nor Hunt lie In my For HIU I mil imr i I tho m I bin Ian lovo lunt It win very I until my 1 Ami me M tuy I lie I hml Nul my Intl nil i lit Only loro pan IVr on tno bu cvl know mil rest willed follow toll j In mo hit Tint lip 1 1 no 1 or kliu tif yf imo tho lilt Hut Mint I not i A t lilin w lil lo Ir my M of ui vn what ro he not HU mill my A Hint with lion 1 nnl worm in I Fur hull ol lorelli till It I H Infill h not For Iho rock ol III lie Irui A great Or yol lowly Ami hi mo t If frum Iho lint uf my fair I tin n n cure anil milk diet havo lieen entirely i Nut t my removed nnd I niu now in we health better than I have Iwen for live i m A very ami Ills years past i m my hair Iroin I A In Hi rr i mv lo tlie il irk til his I steamship Alaska has brought to in fount m nt with to MII i for to bt on the grounds wood which in in the main luinbon It in tt great nil inp etc Inis bt-eu done Tin HUSKIM JOK Thar iin goin ler be er grand over at and 110 labor remains for tho nnd I am sent ler give excepting the of finishing tho notice and want ter It'll all Iher terial and pulling the frames together j and und nave them tell folks niu They the or will be on are entirely of anj i And ho reined in at tho name time n colt in front of tho death hunS has just lioen in IM 1 nml her maiden name was Anile smilingly replied She married when but eighteen and pretty tho teacher ol the her husband only twenty family j autumn term do an you wish of live children throe I though 1 do not think there can be much Stoner and Andrew Johnson jr i Her oldest and favorite son was instantly killed in the war by being thrown from his while on duly as surgeon of a Union regiment Mrs tor Patterson j and the son in an in- during liis father's Mrs Slouer is the widow of n Union Colonel ll Mrs Johnson's in his lol to he terribly by terrors of war but her patience simplicity character and piety woro IT in rumored that there H a Dad told me ter and let yon know on it it's goin tcr be er high old time All Iher lolks fer miles are ex- ter bo lhar nnd oceans of cider and pies anil sweet cuke wilh ret I sugar on lop n tiddler This Inst item was the crowning glory It was wonderful lmt t nearly took what little remained alter the severe jolting Im liad received and his excitement was joined in by all but the teacher until lie dashed the hero of the hour Dad was a rich un- educated farmer who certainly had not ment on foot among a soul above from the mini in Louisiana to induce the next Congress j ber nnd manner in which he them in close proximity to his house lie didn't much in education for to fit out another vessel for the purpose of collecting varieties of the hardest of South America anil the Indies lor culture in Louisiana This movement is actuated by the knowledge there nre species of cane which can be cultivated much more advantageously than that already in the State nnd which will ho of vast interest lo this growing industry there with Java have been recently but the result win unsuccessful tho stalk being very thin anil of no more value than sorghum seed of la Culm nine ever the results were nil that he desired The cane of a whitish color wilh n rich brown on the side subject to tho sun There are said to lie ninny varieties adapted to our soil anil which the nro determined to procure IT is meet on thin Centennial year the origin of he Hag studied During the year of tlie Devolution the patriots fought under half a liberty red ling the white pine tree flag tho Hue lint of folks for work He raised family very much after tho sump fashion us he his swine and alt gatherings at his homo in the loudest possible manner Slill was always a great and re- finement from the lack of it was but little missed by tho majority All stood the same tooling anil any one win did not enter heartily into tho plays was voted stuck up and to ting on airs Jn this category despite nil her efforts at conciliation linker She had been born in neighborhood hut away to and education and a natural and cultivated refinement caused her to shudder when sho thought of the promiscuous hugging anil kissing ami the broad jests that were considered the spico of such as the one lo which she had just now been in- You louk uncommonly said her mother the next evening as she re- turned homo and hung up her dainty litlle lint nml shawl iu the must ami manner I am mother dear but I should not ol it in the least if I was not obliged to go to that miserahlo husking O wore par excellence for tho men folks Tho mate element was working outside save that now and thon somo monitor of it dashed into the midst of tho on tho discovery of a red ear like iv hungry hawk into a covey of quails only tho girls woro neither so young louder nor easily frightened Many another kind of rod oar and many a face as if a dozen rampaging had boon at work told tho of their arms and tho sharpness and length of their all kinds woro played Many no broad was that shrank back into u corner with affrighted ami checks of wishing with her heart that had never Hut tho rest of the feminine youngsters with Drown nl their head reveled in tho fun and did not seem in the least about being handled m roughly They boasted that they could give back as good us thoy got and woo un to him upon whom half a pounced at tho same time for ho out of tho struggle looking is if ho had been put through a and It was n very place for ribbons ami luces and pulling and and falso hair and a bad ono for clothes Many a girl had to denly for needles and thread and many of the boys made earnest inquiries for pins and round tho corner of the barn distressed for rent and for ro pairs But the work hail to bo done and it was hurried through after a fashion be- fore full could bo given to the fun That accomplished tho great was cleared sprinkled and invent and the riot commenced in earnest Timid little was swept away in tho whirl and for a time scarcely knew where she wiis what sho was doing or what was being done with her The great clowns of toys and unmarried men made of her iv victim and her ears with fulsome and her cheeks and lips with and her brain appeared shattered by the loud hoarse that greeted her useless at- tempts to got out of brawny arms Knn Kate she dashed past with her skirts Happing liko the sails of a two masted schooner in n sudden But don't be such a little simpleton Give them good as thoy Hond I In I and down canio nil her top hamper of hair in the clutch of a young man You will pay for that Tom Jones MC if yon 0 continued with a very sudden g of her tune and eyes that Hashed in- One would mill that ho did nay r it lo him a few moments ter looking liko n sheep or a eked gander without a collar and ily starched strings loft for a Hu it shouted her id Let mo pop I'm enough for she answered And she was Tho arrival of tho glorified fiddler a lull for a ed garments and Hying hair were re iced to something of decency hilo tho sable son of Africa was being on a cider barrel empty ol urse and win tuning his lien such dancing Hold to with Tom rown and danced until both wore etely out of breath Then he tried t latch a kiss she know lie was stronger inn her and that her only safety hiy in and out from tho room they ran ying for dear life The of a man ying to catch a train was nothing com- irud to it Down through tho orchard rough a field of uncut corn through blackberry bushes and vor a somehow he never Mild account for it as ho didn't set ate the plank a kick his footing gave way ho fell ker MHO to tho very bottom and out and pulling ist in timo to hear Kate laughing with 1 her might Then his mad was r certain and wiping tho mud from his ami wringing it from his hair ho voro by bosky pay for 1 ter her all over thcr boo at the Connecticut ling with he of and tho snake On January 2 I 11 ington tho union All the hoyden wi bc ling with stripes nnd the blended crosses of St nnd St Andrew June Congress resolved that the ling should carry as many and stars as This resulted at lust in a cumbrous flag witli twenty stars nnd twenty stripes In the flag was established by stripes and as ninny stars m States ranged in a circle on a blue ground a star being added un the Fourth of July after the of a new Slate And on the whole it is a very graceful standard A has just been sat in operation In ir i ni i rin to provide for tho construction of what are to he called rural isn't Yet it is a duty wo owe to tho society in which wo live and an we are you could not very welt refuse that tion No that wouldn't do at nil lint 1 nm not niv liert will tlo any thing unladylike your presence will bo something of a check upon the boisterous said her as hit looked proudly anil at his ono child The being thus sullied the mother anil daughter the sary preparations for In thai her fallier being keeper was the envy of all the though she ever with ex- simplicity and where tho others would have Ives down with ribbons in quantities of the gorgeous hues father took her to the house in which seems descry of the elder left her and promised ing of are nol of a call and take her homo nl similar description having been yet was met and welcomed witli in America or any other by i broad-shouldered red-faced red s the and of narrow linos of a of who use her own expression was one metre inches only instead of to kill and trunk empty am the usual gauge of a metre and a j looked liko an bed of petunia along wide space which every waa clad in sim ler in Prance must have observed to he u ornament lofton i J rural constructed and without stations or I Oh over so glad you 0 i i 1 placed In the dark luxuriant and hair any kind profess shouted Kato Wo arc be able to replace ordinary carriages at to have such n has spen two or three times less than tho present tell you and she Id to n room sho could aside her wraps with her face broad an as a present cost will connect the small towns and villages ami manufactories nil over the country anil carry off their produce agriculture or oilier as it is ready for transport All that will be will bo the concession of the roadsides for the with to modify Inwardly she wished the girl at th bottom of Iho lied Sea nud was envious of her beauty and accomplish The was soon overcrowded wit company ami an mad here the inclines when too that had been prepare j occasion The inevitable tallo T were placed around in tho IF n lamp or candle or a very litlle lire convenient fashions to drip their meltc is kept burning in a accnt night n draught s create up the by A slack of ears IM out with of stood iu n yellow row around for sent Drown vim had heard tho What her husband hail just camo In at tho moment for mother pail of cidor for tho fiddler was as ho an drunk as a blind owl Down tho cellar Oh I'll ho tho dentil of them lie took down started nnd vato to Tom with a suddon of There comes on if ho finds you hero alone with mo Show mo tho way out quick this Klie took his with all tho of a lod him a littlo way old him lo stoop down and thon only lifted him from his and dunged him head first into tho fish tho old man found him dragged forth washed him under tho pump ind laughed long nnd heartily when ho tho story vowing that his Ivato van a trump and nono of thcr boys git away with her no way they could fix it It ho led arter git used tor it and Kalo bettor I saw her scudding ll almost under bare poles and her looked liko ther back of cr tarred sheep Hut Tom look n different view of tho natter and was seen no moro that night lo skulked home fairly beaten by a girl ind swore by Deuteronomy ho d uo to another husking bee as long as ho It wasn't so with Kalo Sho managed to change her dross and wash and range her in the shortest order and make her appearance again do mure as a church and didn't make such a fuss when others wanted to kiss her but just turned up her lips liko clover to a bee And sho win mined that shouldn't escape nnd put up one of the boys to run her down if need but lo kiss her to his thu proud stuck up hateful Bertha snt shivering with dread in a corner wishing her father would only come Bui it wiis fun to poke fun at tho when thoy and she was about to lie dragged forth despite her pleadings anil tho tears which gathered in her sweet brown eyes when sho saw a stranger smiling at hor inspection articles of generally mysterious to other sox while it was touching to BCO tho wistful look of orphan dhl wo of thoso living tho happy girl who had for ted tho world of sport and sunshine and flowers for this dreary prison These phans nro waifs nnd strays collected from Paris and the neighboring country inspecting thorn narrowly it was easy to nee by narrow chests and stooping shoulders how much their unnatural life was telling upon physiques already but too to sickness anil debility Somo had Intelligent faces ono was even ob- served to but for tho moat part thoy looked dull and apathetic and no wonder The toll they are condemned to from tho time thoy can handle n needle till thoy arc twenty ono Is of tho description girl wristbands or or makes or embroiders tials tilt she quits tho convent Thoro hns been no training given of a kind to lit her for service or lifo in general and if hor nro for anything after say twelve years microscopic stitching sho does not know how to uso them Is it to bo wondered at but tho only able results of this system arc admirable Ono glance convinced O In ono respect he bail tho advantage Kate was tho fleetest of foot for i ho had tho most bottom us tin my and sho man saw that lit as gaining Then her woman's wit iok the place of speed She kept life afier all ig on all sail it was true but lie eon will ilo il to overtake her and at I've got you my lady anil HI on pay dearly llave sho saucily I'll show yon It was a of showing Hard atl he got the words out of his sho stopped ami squalled suddenly nd he unable to check his momentum over her ami landed full pon his back Clot me havo anil she gnth rod up her so as to mi and took a beo line for tin ouso Her woman's apparel did not suit ind of locomotion though Sho wn ut getting out of wind nnd knew thn is man's strength would conquer in UK nd So she determined to avoid a Hut withon cr lie was too quick for her Me vaa upon her heels us she darted ellar stumbled hum covered bothol ml caught her before sho get way Thon came a struggle in earnest Uit Kato was game to the and as well as her breath would You kins Tom I'll die Won't It was a sort of skirmish that allowed and there was some ms rolling nnd clinching done over the floor lhal wouldn't havo in the light Hill succeed in kissing her She out of his grasp like an enormous and nml fought were almost out of breath Now sho snitl just wait a until 1 can ilo up my hair I'm clean tired out anil I've got to let oii kiss mo after so hard lint I ain't fair to tho of a so mo fix up my hair almost torn Oil Liko a fool ho did thinking sho had thrown up the sponge and that tho were his lint he soon found out what nil inconsiderate he hail made of for sho only Now you may kiss you sho did not wait for any such never intended fool wear a number two shoo by liny manner ol permitted him to tumble ing over it ami started a run At sho tried to do it lint for her purpose ho hud grabbed her dress in falling ami though there was a groat ripping lie held fast nnd an- other wrestling match was tho result very morning Mrs had carried nil her canned fruit into tho eel larso as to it out of the she was certain would follow and as luck would have il the shelf upon it stood was gripped by Kate and ilowi il into smith and deluging them with th sticky contents Lord I exclaimed Tom releasing his hold Oh shrieked Kate hi that he was a His dress and manlier showed that and his face showed that he was disgusted with Iho proceedings As she was about to be rudely thrust into the circle of caps ho made his way to her side and s lid in a low and educated voice Pardon the want of an introduction Are you not Miss Yes sir Your lather finding it impossible to keep his appointment you hns sent mo in his place I am Alfred Drowning You have often heard of me Certainly sir And knowing him to be the of an old friend of the ily she instantly fella sense ol relief and safety You are not going homo said Kale Don't go dear Wo shall yon so ami then as soon as made faces nl her How very slow and how very pleasant tho walk It made Dertha blush lo think of it when she at hist laid her head upon tho and her Well girls you havo had the same kind Now exclaimed Kate cratic thing with her city lover who she had tno brass to pretend sho didn't know let's have some genuine old fashioned In this the majority joined anil every of restraint deemed to lie re- moved And such goings on were never seen or heard before Kven some of the matrons who had been tho greatest romps in their day wore shocked anil the ancient maidens with little pigtail curls hid their faces behind their huge fans so astonished were they anil peeped over them Husking like everything else come to ah end nnd well I hail a letter from tho other day nnd it mill that pretty Hertha hnd married Drowning and hold Kato had con- ted to make Tom lonea miserable for A Vengeance 10 At the Haute Marno been tried resulting in a capital sentence tho of which In 1850 a man still young and of indifferent character named bouillot who curried on poaching with audacity and success was surprised by the gamekeeper of a forest in tho Manic An information was laid against him anil ho was brought the cor- tribunal condemned to the for- feiture of gun to a lino and even I believe to imprisonment received tho sentence without n acknowledging the imputed to him and resolving to turn over n new leaf I lo kent bis pledge and from 1850 to 1870 ho laid open to no re- He seemed by his good conduct tho of his condemnation When lie met tho keeper ho avoided looking at him not with tho air of n man but liko a man prevented by sl encountering tho witness of his guilt It was observed however that he often isolated himself from others and pawed his timo in wandering about the fields without its being known whither ho directed his stops Thin also attributed to regret for his Ho refined public esteem and his son married honorably Strange to my was for twenty years by a single idea that of vengeance His tion tho tilde of conduct his sadness and his gestures were all directed toward ono vengeance For ty years morning noon and night he lay in wait for tho gamekeeper against whom he had vowed vengeance and for twenty years thai vengeance had escaped gn grudge Tho h neither nor exciting hero ut Iho The nay Minill nail nt by of Hut I of In n point of view Unit yon cini not In your report of the A few ngo J Kelly n to hy In In o Din on Iho properly which was to lioon VM net on lire from tho liy In n box Thu wnn hy n son of one of the of Iho wno hns liU will bo reform Tho hint been sold to of W D of for Tho look at will paper in a dully of Independent Ami now Is wild her fur 11 mint Senator mnn ill hu n to nn lion uf view to il liu for mint H IK Dr minis enough to go A mini was hold nml n to funds of who lo to Ihu before stock have an hy August Abotil livo and live from nine in nt Oily Hull oilier dny nml pruNlilcd A of Alter n ami full li In in thin oily witli forly Ono cor- wan for till will moot hiTc in three to nn or Worthy Kills and prom in were Mayor Hint city beon sued by Hunk for sml hy Miller for nulls nro lirou lo money In purchase of Hi of tlic 1 oily for the of In When tho work was done tho city no money lo pay ana no Kohl lo his fell from n tret crushing Hkull nml killing him K a keeper nl foril by diking nn over- KO of morphine Tho Ohio on Iho will be forly feel on In- e tiro stories high with nn a feel wide through o enter on one of which Is a Indies by feel In the ream room room und On the older side are an oilier room nml for the of nnd will bo kept Iu hooks which utter tion will be 111 Iho Library and In after yrnm will become of in tor Hi to The roof of the Ing will bo of nud with chid arc nud It IN will ho by HI of May next four Iho fling hiind of the northern mid southern portions of Ohio us well nn ton Columbus nnd lime will ho represented In A saloon keeper nt win burned by ing n lot of oil Into n stove to n fire of oil WUH on bin nnd nml Ills body In- ho him In 1870 tho Haute And my word for it sho How a Trousseau Is Made Mull France as every ono well knows is pre-eminently hind of lino linen a child's pinafore to a Cardinal's surplice every object of wearing apparel be turned into object of tho greatest care and elaboration nnd few women quit French territory without providing themselves with choice specimens of French To understand however the enormous bestowed upon that portion of dress it is necessary to seen trousseau in hand and to see this it is necessary to enter a convent Nothing is the heads of religious houses arc only too py to admit strangers into their or workrooms belonging to the orphanage in because they nro generally in tho second because they ro proud of tho exquisite needlework by their pupils nd a reason must bo adduced for permission willingly accorded to for- provided with some kind of in- from view I is highly desirable that the c tho rich should know where o go for when TO married A marriage outfit ab all of families know is an ngly costly affair and it is only likely hat in n Catholic country nil work of his kind when accomplished within tho walls paid for well Thus nl ho appointed lime when the work ionic without n single long stitch perfect us needlework can was invaded and tho forest in which tho gamekeeper lived wnn occupied by tho Gorman troops One December night whom every one posed to bo at n distance from the took his gun slunk from trci to tree though Germans occupied the forest nnd at tho risk of being captured and shot facing tho greatest and resorting to tho most audacious gems creeping a level with the ground be succeeded in reaching the lonely cottage There was a light in tho window lost in tho solitude amid hostile troops wore seated side by side watched them somo time through the clearing surrounding the collage Tho gamekeeper remained bin wife in spilo of tho furious barking of his dog for since the enemy had occupied the forest the dogs hud always harked every night raised Ills gun took careful aim and fired Two despairing cries were uttered insido the collage the dogs re- doubled their noise all around distant cries of Woher wero heard and hurried along Iho paths escaped and disappeared from tho district Tho next day il told how tho Germans had killed tho wife anil all the neighborhood mustered lit her funeral Peace signed re- sinned his former life Tho occupation nml then everybody ventured lo express the horror excited by so il crime against n woman nt her hearth y a crime c 1 Hi bad more gnawing had penetrated his heart Not only had his vengeance caped him but lie fell nny tho gamekeeper would recall at- tention to the crimo of 1870 nnd would divert suspicion from the German diers His increased every dny and often found vent in against those around him A lew weeks ago one of these scones repeated be- tween and his son's ter Ah exclaimed the hitter you want to serve me ns you served the gnmekcoper's wife but I run nol afraid of flinched Tho became known and reached tho cars of justice convicted nnd condemned to denth The jury answered every question put to them affirmatively nnd extenuating circumstances They fell Unit a man who hnd plotted for twenty years muni have noted willi Tho prisoner's counsel hnd of course nn circumstance he mistook his victim OHIO In the on of a from Clov of nnl A of Win W of Henry mid of one Liberal ami two be of Iho Commission A lo duties of lo of imd When the House met thin It hail to fner a of billi for a Aboul lliu number WM gone before On 111 In III were net reducing tile of to allow writs of error lo the Common from tlie lo Iho for tho of An of two occurred In Mr W ij of and Mr of wero elected In nomo were nml referred and day spent in the dis- of rules Iu ou n Ihr of lawn County to borrow money Tlic form Kami appropriiilioini wero lo The lull but no In tlic an lo a the regular order for ment of n Cily In by Mayor Several elections of clerical look place anil a naucil with of in of estate In the Semite Jl A lion for the menl of a Service Toil nl Columbia on million of Mr to of the The moved to amend by lo for lo tlic Con- unit others favoring when It defeated then billN wero and Senate Homo nearly the whole day occupied la electing nu grossing Clerk Mr to to for the bloody shirt in Mississippi seems lo havo settled two election of Mr lo the United nto nml the impeachment of Ames and Davis nre waxing eloquent over Hall as the for ing he National That would be a place to get up n fervor III Thn spook wouldn't worth a cent AN Illinois whoso is five a month his opinion lhal the haven third term verily believing that he is the best man living for thai position till lav tlint hjr finn II on Iu Iu hurl S This is not such an emergency as to the safely of the government depend on the choice of any particular man for presidency when his election lor a third term would be contrary lo our national traditions and the advice of ton would do well to quit playing politician nml intend to ills duties Indianapolis lorton's power but has in ue morality and in this ry now commencing to How thai will brow up such a barrier us only in wicked lot destroy It will his course il yill act breakwater against his benn o his further political advancement judicious friend of insane might lo the Senator of going ami the ry for himself just what ol and in that stale A honest man lake his course but Morion bus no idea of gelling at He for his in- that ho moved lo ll by Mrs Irani who awoke U a tion of filiation when Iho In on trial of A very for Babcock nnd when n few Inter the news of Indictment reached Washington Mis put her to save from con- viction The le old friends of the family say Habcock owes his nnd his Influence over the President lo his Smith Hope New York Will you tell us what we cnn writes n nnd of Carolina since the of Mows nnd lo the bench We cannot leave the Slate or we would do so in a hotly We have nothing to upon but our ami for purchasers slum Carolina as they would n Tell us we shall what we We know something of the politics history of for years Il lias been of MI unique a character that there are few intelligent persons In the country who have not it with interest ns development of a new political experiment a which nil of nml a large majority of all the States de- voting its energies To protecting the properly and Carolina who were il mercy of Ily no means Devoting entirely lo the discovery of case's in oilier Suites where the of people who have nml plundered were or hindered from exercise of the privileges enjoyed in Slate This party and its loading men have never given South lina a thought II was under can rule nml a State lint they have plunged with their marshals anil deputy their horse fool dragoons into every oilier Southern Slate whence came the mnal shadowy rumor that some man had been in from pulling into ballot box n ticket which lie could not read but which Federal ave him And now from South Caro umler the rule of a worse nako it tho bride wee cuts are charmed am joy tlie compliments are lo repeal back nnd tlic law reported Ij lor Atl Iu Semite J2 from inking In a Suite of is the Inw shall bo mi framed Unit tho different of mny upon the now pre- sented by Mr lo of county In levy 11 lux to offered pay bounty by Mr A resolution win Ilio nil round And now let us enter ho workshop and in describing ono ve describe a each in all nil respects Iho others We outer thon n largo airy whitewashed room witli n crucifix over tho licco nnd religious mottoes painted on be walls It has largo windows on side and seldom any kind of curtain to ecp off the of midday summer Silting on high benches out backs nro twenty thirty fifty girls iis tho may be of all ages from four nnd n half to busily plying their needles At ouch end of tho room presides a sinter and her quaint nun's garb is the only break in the prevailing large room rows of littlo children nnd young girls in white cnps blue checked dresses and white aprons who stitch away silently almost automatically while tho bright summer hours by As wo outer they riso and remain standing while wo inspect the work Tho bisters take us from ono littlo needlewoman to another proudly exhibiting the stitches or folds or embroidery sho baa in hand Their finished nro produced and wo in wonder first nt the piece of needlework and then at tho workers who it In one instance a visitor nnd his girl woro of Iho party when tho comic nnd the were com- sister with ingenuous A Chair n History The says Maj K A of has n chair Hint lias an interesting history It used to ho in Congress years ngo nnd was occupied by 1 fenry nt the time lie compromise speech Daniel squirmed around in Hand gazed nt the of the Semite Other distinguished occupied this The hist who mt in it in Congress was lion XI Young senator from Illinois He tho of Major Ho purchased limo sale In Washington when tho furniture of tho was changed nnd at Iho death of Judge Young took tho an heirloom for his wife sho being tho only lineal of hor father It is a queer looking furniture with n buck n wriling ment witli drawers nnd n place under- neath books nnd documents wero kept for reference It is prized very highly by and justly so too ns it is tho only ono of its kind in Ibis part of Iho country Tho ban n violin that hns been in Judge Young's iv century nnd is no doubt over ono dred nud fifty years old Il is of n very lino make These old are filled with living interest nnd could they speak gnat would be tho histories told by them of that passed from the stage oi A Chicago man phenomenon has nailed to bin door n card bearing the statement Everybody shuts thin door but Committee ou Building lo Into Iho of a part ol Iho Suite lot of cloven on Columbus to as to n Governor's mini slon on from pro of mki Tho body of William Bunch nl one time a well-known of Cincinnati in the there a few ngo II IN ho mil fulled In n nn lo ruined year of and a total ol bush eh Ohio Wool hni lo represented nl lot must of out Tho work o n of Merin upon the men whom his rolher Hovels as thieves nil plunderers believes he eals intend playing a very ill order to achieve text War with Cuba or the ir with wilh the vilh anything anywhere if can be turned in another nnd not kept loo pointedly in lie direction of the 100 White House We to the While House There vill be found the desperation will be found the nng is seeking lo de-troy tho of the people Watch them ow Iho in the the revival are at work The Wichita leaves tho ranks of the lo hoist the HOIK gave hi linn jir lot of thieves and highwaymen than ever got justice from n Vigilance Committee there comes the cry Mini we doV lo it Mr Oliver I1 Morton of Listen lo it lenders in Semite and House and Mean Can you Ing to save citizens of South Caro lina from being trampled umler fool out- and robbed hy men of your party under lion strong for evil-doing only because they are of your parly and by you to lie Hero is the way IIOW WAH ir c K D 1 n Ilifl when A on A IUK ropo Of bought t when but ruM I In ImMo A Wilh 000 An moro To bring hor callor nml In lltoiMllow II IM liy Kulil limit Rail llm olio ilir ipr Anil wo Nol minium ho Of low fnlntpr now Anil Anil limited Into tho current limn lulf M llm til morning oil Over form ol vt head ILOM Illi WAH In Iho llm forvil from bo Mil ul nil from Iho All from Will Iho of llnl momently r Ml Ilio hit In of r every tho Iron tho Ami elixir on their until tin tun An out Hull hy the Ret of R 7 ho ol AXI is Iho right organ of proprietors but we shall never political economy until or or some shnil loach It In songs nnd he will not teach llm living rMl omer liorn r limy the V bus HO fur thai havo been nnd J C Slovens U nnd J M of John n young residing just beyond tho of Dny Ion In- stall Ily killed other dny by a heavy of wood upon bis head while driving a through a clearing boon tho week near Ind lins for n China boar formerly owned by M of county Ohio of mil a difficulty with her husband uliot him nnd ho died from tho wound In under of Iho police keeps her bed In her own room from the wounds were inflicted by her excitement Inw since the murder Mr r very popular man especially ninong Iho miners he having been one some years ngo Mrs had n niter Ibc funeral of ber A of he Cincinnati nl Hamilton says Hint n panther Is around that section killing Oliver twenty-three son of n prominent in Iho o Hag and Treasurer ind forger of bonds it- elf witli unusual for Kansas as Mr record was exposed thoroughly nt timo of his ho parly cannot plead ig- cr Tun Democratic journals havo snid very litlle about Iho lime place for milling the national parly convention yel to be a that the date should bo ns hue as ill order than any fabe ments of opponents be taken The Cleveland laic should be fixed and nil Iho time intervening be silent in efforts lo reform lie in thai the parly may accumulate capital upon which to enter the campaign from Indiana is said lo lie foe of the lobby and without regard to this fact he is also a rising candidate fur he Presidency How high a riser he will be is not tled but he i one of the early birds A from lion h Vin oup nml nil is ono thing done that be upon the and which is likely to spike nil our guns is stopped refer lo the of n secret society to overthrow Such an order we hav c lo know exists and in being extended in several in all Only evil to a good cause can come from such n its head may secure private the years hut the reaction is rure to come nml is sure to by Mich nn rtler Hits toleration o all seels Keep out ol are moved This is the way elections are carried I These aro the levers which have raised a bad into power and mi H tail it there for the fifteen years for the million lo the of on nne We copy from Two or three weeks ago Kev Mm 1 man pastor of the Methodist Church in ington which the and bin ilv attend a sermon on the Inquisition Mary and kindred topics This sermon with the lali of hits been prinled in form the CoiiKressiumil tec nno live hundred thousand of il will be distributed nil over the Union Istlmt SoF If yon want Niy the While journals keep tin in power Is Within throe weeks tho State treasurer of Kansas like liis bos been caught stealing from the school the of county New Vork bus ab- leaving evidence of stealings to the of hind him of New York lias been from for doing a livily brokerage business on his own Iho city of has run away having stolen of the people's money Only a lew Instances of honest rule Tlie crooked whisky robbery ii a Republican iniquity Tlie loyal were Hut him him hundred yenrs ngo this nation was to be be born and you for whom the world moves and etm and all creation is in merely a remote and of con- of what was then the future NORWICH There nre two words in the language con- tain nil vowels in regular succession and if a willing lo live and not regard this he will sec what he words ire A patent electric clothes line has been invented Upon an lo remove dollies an alarm is sounded four logs are sal loose a shotgun is fired and the thief drops A man may hang that line and become a meteor all in space of five minutes A lady was Attacked by a rabid dog other day ami saved self by dropping water I rom n pall she was carrying before dog Always curry a pail of water around with you as n protection dogs Or haps a lire neatly polished and strapped to the back day ami night would serve the purpose as well Two gentlemen were ing the relative merits of Universalism and Congregationalism The churned that other's belief was nothing but tnW and gave no faction lo n dying man The l on contrary thought thai what n dying man stood most in need of A schoolgirl asked her teacher what was meant by Mrs The teacher replied it meant the world Some er asked the geography class lo which Iho bud of promise belonged some tion the litlle giri brightened up and It's dy's IN we say we require mira- cle Gee the mint nnd marjoram and generates n new product which is not mint nml but honey The chemist hydrogen nnd oxygen to yield a new product which is mil but water poet to con- versation nud beholds all objects in ture to give not them but a new ami transcendent whole of the most prolific sources of matrimonial is the hick of knowledge on purl of wives of tho of housekeeping In there are a hundred young ladies wno n thrum n to one who can make a good loaf ol bread Yet a husband has so much of the animal in his nature ho euros more for a good dinner limn ho long as his is lo munic of tho spheres Heavy bread bus made many heavy hearts given rise to horrid lla herd of torments A COMMON Imly ing her daughter at school ami inquiring what progress made in her ion the Why altogether head tion e go well ma'am miss is vory alien that ring A In n wo entered the large room shortly before dinner I could nol keep my eyes from thing co from the upright chairs nnd to the huge looking like miniature and the qualm coMly chiin use I never should havo but for of wax that in them even nl One of chandeliers was liko n Hying draggon and mil of eyes mouth aim tail burst Mich a volume ot in fairly to ono who tured on loo near an approach lo the monster Hut the strangest object of all to my eyes at least a very elegant placed in the most conspicuous purl of the shocked nl first and drew bark my with an Oh thai was n birthday my son several years ago and my Ur embroidered n beautiful silk shod to accompany it This T afterward win no un- common handsome and being considered by Chinese very appropriate gifts from ful to honored parents nnd people ns frequently buy articles nnd lay them up for their own this political secret Tlie of Hanish slyle appropriate to the is published in tho These nro the concluding vcrws: In Dili UJ Ix1 And w bU Thro IH Anil RII empire In Ihli Why you of INl Ills His a mailer of aiming n few of leading of SI witli whom Denis and President's family nre on terms that cock's stronghold on the is Grant They that sudden change of nt on tho whisky prosecutions was not the President's Individually inspired action articles nml lay t Seeing Stars If a man fulls so asto strike his head violently on the the on the ment or if he gets a blow over bin eye he is said lo see stars The cause of Oils cm Ions phenomenon Is found in n peculiarity of optic nerve The function of that nerve Is lo convey lo brain the impression ol light Ills lo no impression Or i by another agent il coin to brain Intelligence of presence of sending along its fibers flashes of only Ibis nerve wilh a probe oilier and il conveys no of pain but simply lhal of In sparks The pain of blon on the eye or the head is realign through tho nerves of general senna tion unsusceptible to pain or live If she is in want of it is capacity but for deficiency we must blame her Oh no replied tho mother but I you for not having mentioned it before Her father thank heaven is a cashier ill n bank and is rich nnd can nll'oni Ms only daughter a capacity and 1 beg you will give her one nt nnd let it bo n good one no mailer what it if you have to semi to for il We are rich nud able the highest price The Dynamite Fiend Yesterday n gentleman whoso name was not procurable sought a private in- wilh Walling and informed him that ho had in bin n cheek for a trunk loft nl Avenue Hotel last October by William King Thomas the originator of o horrible loss of r visitor said thai he was with Thomas widow ami ml the check was mailed from Dresden i n letter written by her requesting him s a Iriend lo go to the Fifth Avenue and lake the trunk On tho of lie letter he considered It his uly in view of what hnd occurred lo the police of his intention to II the commission and asked that a de- dive might accompany him to tho cl to sec If the contained any papers might be of service lo ic All he exacted a ledge thai his name might be kept a ret the sake of M rs Thomas im- iv who nre very respectable Mr falling gave pledge and after receiving ome private instructions in regard to he of tho possible contents of lie trunk detailed to accompany Mrs Thomas At the hotel the trunk win readily bund in II was full worn united to a man if Thomas build Under tho clothing ho detective found nnd seized lo be n coll of telegraph wire built proved lo jo fuse one- of an inch in diameter Thin was lo police headquarters but the who received check was lo lake trunk nnd clothing fay When Mrs Thomas soul the check to New York she wan doubtless under tho that contained In opinion other feeling the nerve sends tc brain its report of the shock flashes sparks stars A voung doc lor who died recently falling his umbrella and eye nn brain wilh one of its ribs com of intense in the eyo darkened Y left by will lo each of ll: five churches of the Vn and one interest lo bo used or the benefit of ll poor who called on In the utmost good faith and the cation of bis name would only gratify nn unnecessary York Tin experience of thousands of ers in States should impress upon them of cultivating varieties o corn which mature early While August arc rare mny come doing great ago to the lalo ripening of corn nro some varieties desirable In every other way nnd also very early ripening
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