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Marshall Statesman, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1880, Marshall, Michigan THURSDAY ww a lad S A fun White spitting on J fair to talk HBERTY AND AND AND 37 j MAY WHOLE FOB Two little with With glee and on mde by AT Solicitor in Special Attention given to Keal Estate r OF T I would owners of all ki mo i half 1 rci FARMERS WILL DO WELL TO CALL another No deduction of and Sold Mul Agent for Eail K I and gaw alar street and tor waiting tor And oft Ive watched the as He trudged adown tho Witb buds f With of Pro seen his grow As he Bis little Awaiting their A man dwells across the In IT fair to see His lawn Is decked with fairest beaut the 2he poor maua happier far Who knows at night two little ones Are waiting for True cannot be The rich flushed with Baa At fair Are his And welcome home Hank the poor man has his Hl children hit His are of them In the BIS dreams are In the night with all Its Is shines the evening home to meat the ones WhoTe waiting tor road with Leb anon fading away in the the fat passenger drumming idly on the Window the cross passenger Bound asleep and the tall thin passenger read ing Grant B Tour Around the wondering why Greens should be above the doors of A Buddhist Tem at To me the OH the Oxide Gas Adminis taken in exchange v arm of the saya I went to church Tea I that interested inflection that asks for And did you attend Which do yon guess f he Borne union mission I In Acute and of Women and DU for some one who nay core that my success in the past war nuts handing snob this Look no fur tout and sec If 1 cannot ours I will candidly 4ell you 4 Mansion Mnr Invite the citizens jf Marshall and vicinity to call and examine their lorere of Which are Belling As Low as any House in the In Which Branch of Their Business They Challenge A Full Line of nial Robes Always on flF MUSIC very I often go td and when 1 I want to ran on the main where your run is regular and yon go on schedule time dont have to wait on I dont like to run on Good bat I dont like if all pair aee oars extra for a fast time and only stop at big Nice but top exhaustive for a All trainmen in uniform and lantern silver And no Then the passengers are allowed to talk back at the and it makes them too free and I couldnt stand the palace Rich Dont often hear of a receiver being appointed for that Some mighty nice people travel on I Broad said the brakeman does too much complimentary busi Everybody travels on a Conductor doesnt get a fare once in fifty Stops at all flag stations end wont run into but a union No smoking oar on the Train orders are rather and the trainmen dont get along well with the I didnt go to the though I know awfully good men who ran on Presbyterian eh said the brake man pretty straight as a rule tunnel right through a mountain rather than go around it grade passengers have to enow their tickets before get on the Mighty strict but the cars are a little nar row sit one in a seat and no room in the aisle to Then theres so stopover tickets allowed got to go straight the station youre ticketed or you cant get on at When the oars no extra coaches oars built at the shops to hold just so many and nobody else allowed But you dont hear of an accident on that road its run right up to the Maybe yon joined the Free Think Scrub said the brakeman dirt and no ballast no time card and no train All trains ran and every engineer own time juat as he Smoke if you want io kind of Too many side and every switch wide open all the with the switchman Bound and the target lamp dead out Get on as yon and get off when you want Dont have to show your and tho cm isnt expected to do but amuse the sir I was offered a but I dont like the I dont like to travel on a rood that has no Do you I asked a Division Superintendent where that road ran and he said he hoped to die if he I asked him if the General Superintendent could tell and he said he didnt believe itey had a General and if they he know any thing more about the road than the pas I asked him who he reported and he I asked a who he got his and he said he didnt take orders from any living man or dead And when linked the engineer who he got his he said hed like to see him orders hed run that train to suit or hed run it into the you Im a railroad and I dont oare to run on a road that has no makes no con runs and has no Su It may be all but Ive railroaded too long to understand it Did you try the Methodist I Now youre he with some Nice eh Fast time and plenty of Engines cany a power of and dont you forget it steam gauge shows and enough all the Lively road when the conductor shoute All can hour him to the next Every train lamp shines like Stopover checks given on all through passenger can drop off the train as often as lie dothe stations two or three and hop on the next revival train that comes Plundering conductors aint soy country where the passen gers feel more at Ko passes every passenger pays full for Ids air brakes on all too pretty safe but I didnt ride it yester Maybe you weat to the tional church I Popular said the brakeman an old too one of tbe very oldest in this Good roadbed and too dont interfere with Di vision Superintendents and train Koada mighty but its pretty didnt one of Division Superintendents dow East discontinue one of the oldest sta tions on the line two or three years ago But it is a mighty pleasant road to travel splendid you tried the Baptist I w said the I way sde track from the round house to the r heap of water it though doable tanks at every and there isnt en gine in the that can poll a or rob a mile with than gangee a river dof on the a climb up the grade All the i wa till of river and good and no prairie dost blowing in tit And when the conductor came around f or the With little basket I to pass but r paid tty fare likea little man for rtin and a little concert by the passengers throwed in I tell you take the river iere ite Jong whistle from the engine announced ant the the shouting 1 train between here and Indianapolis 1 Josh BUlings Thare seems to be two kinds of wis dum one a man from only the bad aide ov human the other from both the good and bad and then striking a helthy iz not only a but it iz one ov the cheapest ones too enny person who has genius enuff to torn a grindstone kin understand a Thare iz a good deal in a name vin egar sounds flour to so dna honey sound Too mutch laming and too little wis dnm iz the whole world mad the mistake iz az old aa the farce en in the garden ov Thare be people who never make enny blunders or mistakes or think they the best we kan say for them iz painfully korrect It seems rather and quite ridik that a man who haz honestly earned fame kant git it untill after he iz and then haz to take it in secondrate poetry on hiz tome Science iz a good thing az far az but thare iz no amount ov it kan beat the spots on the The man who laffs and nods yu ix one of the hardest men in the world to git onto the Yang satisfy and the world in due time are sure to giv yu all the praze yu A bizzy roan iz a harder man for the devil to than even a pious rule and yet two of all the afloat are like footballs the man who kan kik them the highest is the beat Philosophy iz a vir tew most ov it iz on oar but little on Thare iz a great deal more and happiness in the world than we are aware ov menny ov us hav it in our without knowing Napoleons The Memoirs much prized by collectors of his and very scarce in the original were dictated by Napoleon himself at Helena to Counts Gour He employed the six years of his captivity in writing the account of the twenty years of his political So constantly was he occupied in this undertaking that to describe the labor he bestowed upon it would be almost to write the history of hia life at He seldom wrote impatient of the pen which refused to follow the rapidity of his When he wished to draw up the ac count of any event he caused the Gen who surrounded him to investi gate the subject when all the ma terials were he dictated to them He revised the man correcting it with his own He often dictated it and still more frequently recommenced a a whole in the These entirely covered with hia have been carefully fe Paper fc A correspondent writes Paper now being made in Wis strike us aa exactly what he want One of our paper mills made u which need but a touch to bring It is papier mache com San Francisco shanties will soon tumble to Yet brick is ob in this damp No country on earth has more or better fibrous Aquatic rushes cover all our still and of our mills uses that material for its Then we have the paper cactus in vast forests in our southeastern which ex cels all others for Such Louses would need no and they would be easily moved on The soles of all Chinese shoes are made of paper after this Their shoes have more sense than They are made without elevated and so shaped otherwise that neither cor us por bunion can be A Natural There is no mistake about write acceptably for the press requires a nat ural Some fond parents edu cate their sons with the special view of making of but it ia rare that we hear of these young men after a few some youth born among the having nothing more than a and the knowledge scraped up in a country printing will ad vance to the front rank in his He has the journalistic and forces recognition because he has it He gets into a good not be cause he has wealthy parents to influ ence the proprietors of leading news but because he knows what to write and how to write Hia articles go in because they supply a while perhaps the elaborate of a man educated on two continents are oast into the The good writer is not Fresh Live oat of doom SB much aa yon It is the place for a man to It is good for the A distinguished physician was in the habit saying However bad the air may be oat of it is always worse in tbe It is good for the People who are always shut in a house are apt to grow fretful and peevish They are prone to acquire narrow views of and to worry over trials not worth It is good the whole patience and It expands and softens ones nature and makes us more An exchange says Few men die of Why call them men if their not A Good Story of Daring hia last visit to this country Charles Dickens gave four a tho and while there he was on day visited by appointment by several of whom the writer was one and Admiral When we were shown into the parlor of the suite by after having been formally and kept waiting some twenty minutes found the novelist standing be fore the fire with his legs apart and his hands under the tails o the most extraordinarily loud walk ing coat ever seen at the capital Taking no notice whatever of the Admirals extended merely favoring the party with a curt he continued talking in a loud dictatorial tone to a young whom we afterward discovered to be his sec After standing in an group for some a venerable man of over whose years should have ed even if the rank and rep of each men as Farragut di stepped forward and made some remark expressive of regret that th great writers visit to the capital be attended by such bad Dickens listened for a second with almost insulting and then walking brusquely to the said The weather ita go ing to rain And then abruptly taking np hia hat and h Id better take my at once and he rushed has he gone said Win ter who had not understood what had To Judge from his said whose dry wit nothing es I should say he waa going to a leaving the young secretary quite appalled by the temerity of tbe we Now for the On the third day after that the tame Oapt Hentzel a better heart and a quainter humor never met in one bless bis memory and the writer were shooting ducks from the center of the famous Long Bridge that connects Washington with the Virginia aide of the when we saw the get up coming at a cracking pace toward us from the city for be it was a redoubtable and took a daily tramp of several miles around the suburbs in all Here the Great English End I sobriquet we had sacri given the novelist on account of his So I replied Hentzell dont at yon love Quite Dick ens stopped and began asking us about the and what in rather a patronizing Of course he did not recognize us poor and it waa evident he believed we did not know whom we had the good fortune to ad Presently a sloop passed with an old river man upon which Dickens with an uneasy vanity Very perceptible That old chap reminds me of a char acter in David read the I presume Not read David said its Just then a gang of came Now look said old getting Ms jun ready to if you want to sell is one of your youll have wait till the duck seasons Weve more important things to attend 10 just And the astounded and comically expression of the great writers as he loitered I shall never I forgave him his Amer can Notes from that Animals at Different Different animate ascend to very dif ferent for the orangoutang is confined to the hot and coasts of while the most of all apes Semno was found by Pere David amid tbe snowy mountains of at an elevation of in a region where frost and snow last for several Most of lie great oats are inhabitants of warm regions but the tiger flourishes in he Amoor country in an almost Arctic In the bear is found at un altitude of over but ihe badger does not seem to have been met with The chamois and ibex ascend in the or Pyr to between the region of trees and the snowline but the fallowdeer does not extend above feet While camel is an inhabitant of the he allied American the ascends to in the and the sheep of Central Asia bounds along at an altitude of where man with Although ser pents are creatures loving warmth and in both humid forests and arid yet boas ascend the Andes and the viper is found in the Alps feet above the The greatest height attained by any large animal seems to be that at by the great condor which soars more than feet above the As to the tants of different depths of the we yet know aa only an mal portion of its at a greater depth than haa been ex The great ocean area is that of he South of which all other oceans and seas may be regarded as di or the most import ant being the great offshoot Atlantic Until a few years the distribution of life be leath the seas surface was supposed to bde into abys mal depths beneath it It now that there is no to if especially of animal No are known to live at great and 100 fathoms seems cally to limit what is generally under stood as do live at the lowest though probably in diminished both ia regards species and At a depth of fathoms the ocean anna presents much richness and va in Contempo rary Trapping Gome In In Petersburg and of one pieces of game sold only one isa been shot the ninetynine others been Each peasant IBS a path in the which is his ex This path is soine imes thirty miles On each f this path traps of all sorts and sizes are set par are caught As it often happens that the owner of ihe path is weeks without visiting numbers of these animals perish in the rapu without benefit to As these traps are set all the year round the destruction of animals in breeding season is fast ridding Russian forests of eery sort of Tax first gold mine in States was discovered in South Caro lina in The London The employes of the Times are fed in the great saving of time to employer and The can teen consists of a large kitchen and two Food ia sup plied at cost rates to the The electrotyping shop ia a pointed equipped with all mod ern appliances of the where are made the plates for the weather dia grams published daily in the Times and also So well ia this shop perfected that a moderate sized plate can be turned out in a few The Times has its own wires over much of England and most of the conti and its own service of them by ac correspondents men o ability and It is a common expression among newspaper men in this country that we only use the tele graph I think that the special telegraph service of the Times exceeds that of any American sav the New York The reception of the telegraphic news of ihe Times is something The lines from the Continental capi oi course in one and the dispatches are received over an instru ment that The how serves more as a The dis as it is is read off by the telegraph operator to the operator of a who plays it off by and the thus reduced to a written f to the editors in printed Of course only the work of responsible likely to need no is honored in this It would be too sive to treat thus matter requiring edit The typesetting machine composi tors of a class to them to the Every ordinary compositor going on the Times obligates himself to abandon all Unions or outside in the office is exclusive in this It does not em ploy men who serve on other papers and those who work on the 21mes are protected in many ways from outside As a carious instance of this I was shown in a distinct portion of the building a rather deso room for casual employes or temporary persons that we dont want to mix up with our own yon What impressed me strongly was the large amount of hard work and unre attention bestowed unceasingly on the Times by its proprietors and Every employe on the paper is of the Highest grade of scholarship or busi ness but the and editor are working as hard and closely as if they were starting a new enter All the editorial work is done at the editors not coming down at all in the day the sees the irst paper off the press every the managing pub sees the whole edition off the press every The paper goes to press rat then men know that from midnight to 3 is the quarterdeck in action of a morning and they are on the main proprietors own house is adjoining and runs into the Times substantially a art of The dwelling of De the late stood quite near he between and the al ways was on deck at night until the pa er went Both of their dwell ngs are far down town infinitely far ther from the social life and rest of than would be Third and Chestnut from that of Jnt the night is the life of a morning Curious Features of the Bine The Blue mountain which runs the State of pre ents some curious features in its physi cal It is divided by a river ivery twentyseven From where ihe Susquehanna river passes through o the Swatara river is twentyseven The distance from the Swatara bo the is twentyseven t is twentyseven miles from the to the Lehigh and the Dela ware cats the Mils in twain at the Water twentyseven miles further A arge lake lies in a hollow in New Jer twentyseven miles from the Dela A person starting from Hones Wayne to drive to Pike will have a drive f sixtytwo It is twenty miles Blooming Beaching ie will be twenty miles from Blooming At Dingmans he will be nine miles from his and till twenty miles from Blooming t Delaware he is fiftyfour miles from and Blooming Grove is wenty miles At his he is sixtytwo miles from iis and yet the finger xard tells him that it is To Blooming Strove twenty Fighting a Harry of Lafayette returned from a days he looked as though he had been iut through a threshing He went to a panthers crawled drawing a bead on the When he recovered conscious the panther was tossing him about ike a cat doea a and with one her paw she sent him head ong outside the Early in the Ight Lascars rifle was made useless by the The animal tore iis face in With a hundred wounds on his and his clothing orn to the old man was well igh by an almost he reached his hunt ing by a the Suicide in The most recently published figures how that suicide is on the increase in Before the war the average number of suicides only exceeded a and now they exceed In Paris there three times as many suicides com mitted as in the Most of the men who destroy themselves are The spring is the time of year when suicide is most and death hanging is more usually resorted to dan any other mode of eing considered more THE Suez connecting the Med terranean with the Bed was for navigation it s ninetytwo miles and of varying the narrow which corn rise the greater portion of its ot permitting two vessels to pass each There are numerous which afford room for the ves els to cross each els measuring 430 feet in length and drawing twentyfive feet nine inches of water have safely passed through the The actual cost of the canal was exclusive of bonds issued to pay coupons on shares in arrear during part of the period of in United States our about Can of the editor of the Dental gives excellent advice to par ents aa to the the teeth of chil following suggestions may prove useful to thousands of our read White mentions that earache is often associated with and dependent on the difficult emergence of one more Apart from the aggravation of the fever and the increased liability to con incident to this added there is the possibility of a loss oi hearing of course entailing in young children a loss of speech from the re congestion and He advises parents to count their childrens teeth Occasionally after the fifth and when more than five are found on either side of either jaw they may know that the sixth or last one be longs to the second or and if lost will never be If found shortly after their ia frequently the they must be removed at bat they should never be allowed to decay if the mischief can be The attention on the part of the par ent or guardian should not on ly in directing the habitual thorough cleansing of the teeth by the but should include a personal supervision of the in order that serious omissions as to time manner may not In a systematic examination of the mouth by a competant dentist should be made at frequent It win not do to wait until the child makes a complaint of or un til the ravages of decay make themselves visible to the unprofessional In a chapter on the hygiene of the White points out how much mischief is wrought by the use of un suitable brushes and injudicious scrub the resort to tooth powders and mouth There is no for more commonly employed for cleansing the or more deserving of utter con than the large majority of persons err in choosing brushes which are too stiff and too and in applying them too A very moderate application of a soft with a gentle such as precipitated is sufficient for the external surfaces of the teeth it is quite unnecessary to use the powder oftener than once a the best time for such purpose before just before The morning cleansing may be prop erly performed with the aid of a little mild like white Castile and lor rinsing the month after meals he recommends tepid to which has been added a few drops of spirits of am monia or lime The use of a quill toothpick after meals to dislodge particles of food from between the teeth ia as is also the use of a strand of waxed floss passed between them at least once daily no single article is more useful as a in various disor dered conditions of the than a preparation made from According to our it unites the properties of an an t a an and a disinfectant Provided there are no mechanical it will be found ef also of cases of swollen which bleed at he slightest This preparation may be used more or according to the vary ng from half a o a tablespoonful being mixed with a tumblerful of Josh Billings Idleness makes a man more idle il seta on twelve eggs she is sure to batch them all out The hav to be while he vices will gro apace if yn will only et Pride and ignorance travel hand in land the more a man knows the less leiz sure ovit A modern professor would require pages to and then would be no nearer to it than when he Moses Let thare be God and thare was Atoms are for it is stems bat make a Ingratitude iz the kurse ov Heaven o pay man for hiz Grate buty in a woman iz a mere eur her grate power lays in the good teas pv her Trn charity iz born in the iz in the and graduates at lie Thare iz plenty ov men rho perpetual who couldnt repair a boys japer or to save their The travelers in forrin lands mite az follows travel they kant keep still who go others desire iz to be seen and who hav money to spend go to learn bi com with Yung dont forgit this Ture kant transmit one single vir tew to nor one single ray of wisdum money iz all kan giv and who knows but he got that dishonestly Honesty the Best Country practitioner surprised at the visit of a notorious quacK and pill what brings you here Quack evidently suffering from dis turbed peristaltic the fact I feel rather Country practitioner Then why dont you take one of of health just sir I I think Pve swallowed mis take Cunning A man at lost a very valuable hunting dog by the cunning trick of a The fox had been chased upon the pond by the on approaching thin he turned suddenly and hurried across reaching shore in The dog followed the foxs broke through the thin ice and was frozen to THB strongest of all known substan ces is Made into best a rod onefourth of an inch of diameter will sustain pounds before breaking iron pounds bat pounds cast pounds to pounds copper pounds Wood which will bear a very heavy weight for a minute Or two will break with twothirds the force acting a long A rod of iron is about ten times as strong as a hempen A rope an inch in diameter will bear about two and onehalf but in practice it is not safe to subject it to a strain of more than about one Half an inch in the strength will be one quarter as much a quarter of an as and so THK latest new book is A Woman After This should be sufficient to put a bachelor on his ALL Oir the policeman COURTSHIP a draw is a A the face is worth two in a a boy with decided talent for learn be raised in a suction pump more about thirtytwo feet WHIN a clock is wound np it runs but when a business is wound up ii IT certainly shows public spirit in the man who contracts a disease that is things are not accomplished by idle bat by years of pa tient with pur good intentions as with our days tomorrow is but too often the hash of Hi blew Into gnu to If needed The jury to a Tut the gun blew after be SOME students think it necessary to be behind in their lessons in order to pursue their and are com mon names for dogs but Agrippa be more appropriate THEBB are only three ways ot getting a oat back out but the best way to keep out An hare And ii more neighbors toll Be Mnt back borrowed are some persona on whom faults sit and others whoare made ungraceful by their good quali A new bonnet does not turn the head that wears but it gives a good twist to those who hi the boy munching the fruit of the date I eat dates enough will I grow up to be an almanac 1 yon deprive oi the priv of taking off his coat and to gether at one what do expect he has to live for MANY a man has reached the summit of and then looked down into the humble valley where he came and longed to be there EGOS often torn black when boiled If they are put in boiling water ten and then into the yelk will remain a bright dearth upon the With Hong winds and naked Enow that the apring hath and your mother ever marry again he Not with my she answered such is my opinion thus and not a was a fair maiden as Vassar In drawing no one surpass her She drew Ilka Beta a train And a check that the books may be made sweet by applying oil of lavender mixed with al cohoL If this application is made to new books they will never become musty or THE ARITHMETIC fN sat beneath the And 1 the other said How 14 S that Hare smiled upon this salt of If 5 a heart It for Thy Toloe Is ISs 7 to be tor loved 8ay Or wilt marry ma Than lisped soft I A Onea Orean said to Miss is sll your roan Ulan white to me so And why so harsh your Bho cast on magenta look And then she shook her as softly She and said but my watchful Maroon all our purple nab yon the And murder will be dun Typhoid Typhoid fever of aU pre eminently a filth traceable with as much as fire from it it points cally to unremoved and ia a dia altogether and wholly preventable bv proper sanitary meas during the there in the United preventable deaths from typhoid had there been tbe same ratio to the total population of the United States as in Philadelphia during Centennial the mortality from this cause would Lave been over And this far from being Phila All over the country fatal cases of typhoid and other dis eases nearly allied to were ble to the Centennial neglected criminal cy of waterclosets and bad These so prominently man at the and apparently to an extraordinary degree in Philadel phia even as judged by the prevar ence of typhoid of all causes of the because ihe most easily Univer sal experience attests that waterclosets inadequately provided with means for and complete cleansing and aeration are prolific sources of typhoid Fever and kindred in all tem perate with prevailing ugh temperature and of the more deadly yellow And all the more dangerous are these conditions because they are not infre the means of spreading that disease to distant The exist ence of typhoid fever or allied diseases n any place is evidence of filthy Some Large The following statistics as to the com capacity of the most celebrated in Europe will read with at Milan Cathedral at Florence v Antwerp at Bologna Cathedral at The Piazza of it is its widest allowing twelve ersons to the quadrate meter square four to he drawn up In its narrowest not comprising the porticos or the piazza and 000 in military THE method adopted in Germany tor preventing the slipping and falling of on the public road is as unique as it is The when finishing the punches a hole in two ends as soon as the shoe is made he taps in a screw thread and screws into the when on the a stud an nch in With the shoes thus the horse can travel securely over ibe wont possible the lorse comes to the stable the pointed stud is unscrewed and a button screwed n no damage can then happen to the and the screw holes are thus pre vented from filling WIX ASP DEAD BESOM the ALWAYS in The letter Is A for time May midnight A The man big THB electric currant goes for nothing in a soldier is ill he To BIO a man from Oat his said win be lives long You may enjoys bad cigar if you give it to your IK the agricultural papers we have many fertile lies MANY a schoolgirl dis dains vulgar A Indian may be dangerous because heis Iio dead TBS conductor who can keep himself win grow A court conundrum What is the difference between and TOTT cant makea none drink but if he will not eat you can put a bit in his x DUTY stares me in the said the deacon when the officers caught him a dozen A never runs too for but let a sermon runover forty minutes and congregation cant OLD has a glass thoughtfully calls tiie goblet he keeps it in at night his The pastor and senior deacon are going with him about it A MAINS paper re cendy before of tate as and fall of and hats came into except are use WHY is s Because and edf the TALI about reaking a if s a deal easier to break e t infant boy Webster six fingers Oft a terror to bartenders when he grows Tax if in good can lay eggs in a The Daubury News thinks it pity cant be grafted on a A in speaks of her late as having been born in Michigan but raised in The Vigilance Committee raised SCHOOLBOY with a big Another boy without any Bull give us wont yer I 1 give me the hm I tell yon there aint going to be any EVERYTHING in nature indulges in The tbe wind the thunder the snow the and the fields Even the bods the rivers getting down to real life and business in their the last one being as follows i Birdie Is standing bf Waiting for someone she Soon theyll he cooing on the front Like a pair of turtle at his old man la feeling pretty And this visit the boy win THEY had their usual evening quar rel as they sat by the On one side lay quietly a blinking and on the other a purring and the old woman pleaded with her growling hus Yost look at dat gat and dat tog nor fights like said the old I knows dot but yust die dem one and den you see wot vat so Do it and its the journalist He doesnt on Just unjust have rzi uia u i j powdered wry fine rub till the rust foor to square feet of of shingle these lakes witt veJo a drum the same THB Deceit Fret Pr of of Western it flna tity fed to would be no of thn oaa oe it appeals A eoop tett of amr variety of ripening of If a does not perfect ifa in it IB good that be in such kissing dangerous and awers Tl the young the parlor in the midst of we her band catches them in A by a of in on a murdering hut and long appeared waa going on aj tion being he sudd himself with great said the I aee yon simulating Uses of So accustomed are we to and that realize ita immense and We are high and rich and benefited by it It ia almost as necessary to our comfortable ance as the air we the food we or the we It is the medium by we bring those near who are distant from and by whick we purposes and one with It makes educational cable it the books we and we transact all commer cial it the messenger which our weekly and monthly news and public comment it represents our money with the aid of the printing passes as a moneyed currency in nearly all civilized lit erary the uring and mercantile and others of less would be al most and of but little without the ability to command the use of a sheet of It is hear ing and eyesight to The penalty of popularity is The penalty of thin shoes is a The penalty of a tight boot is The penalty of marrying is a mother The penalty of a pretty cook ia an empty The penalty of a godfather is a silver fork and The penalty of baby is 50 cents if you are liberal to the The penalty of interfering between manand wife is ac companied with blows from The penalty of buying cheap clothes s like going to certainty of osing your and to pay lorit The penalty of remaining single is laving no one who cares a button for as abundantly proved by the state f your are made now and to grow spring wheat in localities where fall wheat only should be Spring wheat requires a cool and the hot and early of the Middle States are not to many armers have tried once and as might have been ex and as we have given yarning would be the result of attempts o grow this class of wheat too far Southern New New and Pennsylvania are out of the spring wheat and aline west from Central New will as nearly aa pos sible separate the fall wheat and spring wheat Where spring wheat ia the seed should be in the ground aa early aa the soil can be fitted or excellent apple pud ding can be made from the remains of a rice Arrange ened and flavored apple sauce in alter nate layers with cold rice butter and he and put the oven to heat through and brown on the sort of flavoring may be used for the vowel o the only one sounded f Because all the others are I was but my rewnn returned to Pias need dry M well Mother a man owes be pol as often as possible send him billy a pilot on a New If ork ferryboat every other pilot steer for THI rooster when tte he knows likes to have lay set to quart of one pint of one of and one of of an Mix the with the rub in the batter and dissolve the soda in a of boiling and all together WHY the nine of diamondi kl com called the curse of is thus explained being an ornament to the were merely a mark of It was legend every ninth king of Scotland was tyrant by civil wan and intestine involved hie country in trouble and Hence the say 1 WHAT is between the article a woman haa in hen the woman as steps on a while chasing her ful son around the corner was the very simple question he Its easy the one ia a slapping slipper and the other a slipping was voluntary accompanied by the sickliest grin we ever Take sis or seven cooking pare and remove the cores without breaking the Place them in wash thoroughly four neaped table spoonfuls of sago mix with sufficient cold water to fin the dish containing the and in a moderate may be used instead of or tapioca in stead of sago if well the pudding is wholesome and Porno wish and let remain over night in oold salted For six of fish three ounces of two of ground two of allspice and one of Into an earthen jar put alternate layers of fish and spice with a dust of floor and a few bits of Pour orer equal parts of vinegar and water is well tie a floured cloth over the top to prevent the steam es caping and bake five Let re main until then out in Experience any one is fw bet ter than 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