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   Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 12, 1877, Atlantic, Iowa                                FBSLISBBD BVBSV Bdltor ATTHK Ttietrapli Steam PriBtiu HOSES 81 2XJ2JTS Ot One copy one One copy One copy three months SBg BUSINESS A Will attend to calls In any part of Caw and adjoining Ad drew Bor General having had large experience in atock MCT and a Rood judge THE ATLANTIC TELEGR VOLUME CASS DECEMBER PRINTING Neatly and new BBATK DEFEH8E AOA1HST P Box Uas had large e pericnce in handling ttock and anctioneering in andnow to the public 26 Sm ATTORXETB Attorney at Will practice in the Courts ol CaM and adjoining count Alao in the Supreme Office 4 doora nerth of court Kaat nine JOIIX Atloracv at and Sotarv Will practice fn the Courts ol Cass and ad counties Office in the City Jail on 4th JA8 Attorney at Office and 15om 4 Attorneys at Law and Notaries Will practice in all the courts of the a complete set of abstract bouks to and town lots in Cass Abstracts furnished on Special attention gives to collections and the quieting of JUSTICES OF THE JUSTICE or THE Office over Conrads AH col lections entrusted to me will receive prompt Ac short lade Ml vi8U GOTUARD Surgeon Office in Conrads Room Branch office at Teeth extracted with little or no Office tnrat room over CnsUlnc Approved qualifications and twelve years Nitrous Oxide for extracting teeth LAJTD ISAAC Land Office over Me Walnut 2d house aouth of Congregational TUT fice i e Eclectic Physician and Of n his Drug Special attention B CARRIAGE TRIMMER H Carriage t Buggy tops and faeavv on All repairing tended Shop first door south of Needles tended JG Physician and Office on to Chrouic AOCTIONEER Manpr along TnVcktvt witu unconecatal Some ovcrwclsbUM toiler sttra nil hand rrora wblle no aMa Wfretore snail I Uww bunions bear Thai olbera al to anire T since the days narch was Hare spent mr nor turned From anr sen Ice to bo Nor Knidgtvl my aeltKlenlw 1 erou countmt For the my low and But now mr vexed for why Should dulr Have no Ian fcr imsfl Wno with avcrtod loots pan Or alt with folded handaat eauet Why should 1 anffer more than they The heal and burden ot the day T now many a spirit rreltrd soro With the worldV coM Baa turart such questions oer anl Sill bauntm with the restless sense and wondering disirust Would tnese Udnsi be It Ood wen Just t Ah tue the wars ot Ood with No man that itves can find them out Who fraspa at thlnm beyond ws Is wasedon ahoreleM Yet In the thickest of the For eyes that see there shall be Ugtl What time we nurse onr Instead should we recall How once In aervanta1 tulse He went WhowaaUiemaawrotusall both the and Ger mm lancuaees mvine entire satlsftctioa whereverbS reawna For further address him at six mllci sontheart of Jtecd any be disquieted Whom unru thU memory Who re thtUird nutter In It where he gofft For working with mm aide by war DKEUH It is a mystery how any fashion so hideous or so unmeaning as the modern low dress ever came It infallibly di minishes the height There was nothing approaching it in bareness of in poverty of or op portunities for indecency in the dayB pf the finest had almost said in any previous There have been many corrupt bnt they have almost always been picturesque In the sixteenth and seventeenth cen turies women were rafflcently dceol Ictcc for such a book to be published as A Just and Seasonable Reprehension of Naked Breasta and with a preface by Richard Baxter and they were aa bad in the eighteenth century bnt if the dress was not high be the arms were covered to the el whole effect was not so scanty and fleshly as the modern low neck and This hut fashion must have been in troduced Some leader of fashion who had beautiful shoulders thought it a pity they should bloom un and may have Pished down the high dress if you are not shy abont exposing your a dress pushed open loosely is not ugly hr from it There would be folds nat arallv tailing in a pretty nearly Probably at first the actu al shoulder joint was hidden as the rage for selfdisplay and as the ladies emulated each other in the drees pot to be entirely off the shoul and possibly the false horizontal pleats round the shoulders of onr moth ers in their giriah days were the rom or an of the natural Then tile enterprising dressmaker yearned for a change of and the loose Bcrthe gradually hardened in to the low with a stfll harder and more unmeaning tucker aewn in once the close run through with the block from which we so long have Tlie Mleevos shrunk shorter the elbow rich with ruffles to the round bell then to degenerate variations Of it till it narrowed into a fingerwide foundation for bows and and be came finally the detestable observe the nnmeaningness of the lowneck Our mothers wore low dresses and bare arms ell day They knew if their Bhonlders and were they as well by daylight as by candle light if in their daily occupations the English climate would not temper its winds to the shorn lambs or limbe of they tucked in a or fastened on long sleeves in the the servantmaids wore low at that There was some sense then in throwing off the kerchief in the when there was nothing harder to be done than chatting in a warm drawing and exposing so much of the body as it was fasionable to It was not unmeaning In those days people were only just recovering from the classic and wars WOT shipping mock But when the low neck ia used for nothing bnt it were weU1 to ask what one has to and wheth er toe effect ia before blindly bad HX IATXDTBB The other day during attainder a man come into a Milwaukee aud hurrying np to the ho ex citedly Give mo a glass of tho bett brandy in the I need it When the glass waa he held it between bis fingers and said I dont bnt thia IB a fearful and a man is likely to be struck by lightning brandy ia a non and I have never been struck by from the fact that I al ways drink brandy during a After he drained the he rolled bis eyes around the room once or that was a vivid just ho said lightning ia a dangerous ele bnt to me it ia also a glorious ele ment its flash is sunshine to mine I love the lightning it lulls me to sleep at night it cheers me when in the morning I Give me anoth er glass of As the barkeeper poured ont the liq he said Benjamin Franklin solved the mys tery of bnt before be flew bis kite be drank a pint ot old Sometimes I think am old draw ing the lightning from the clouds and bottling it That was a magnificent ho as the thunder resound ed with a fearful 1 look at everything in a scientific light I came from a scientific I can post yon a little on he with a knowing Whenever a thunder storm comes I drink two or three glasses of and yon have a better protector than a lightning Bettor take a glass He smiled as the barkeeper took a and went ou Lightning is produced in the follow ing manner When two charged with different kinds of ap proach each they exchange their and this gives us the or lightning the shock make a big and we call it He looked around the room end saw that the back door was He knew that if he unhooked the front door the wind would blow it and he thia lover of lightning was said I will illustrate my last He stepped and as he passed the door it was away in the are two big black clouds approaching each The door was alowly and aurely blow ing shut Soon they will and I wffl aee another display of my beloved element let the rain pour in torrents let the lightning flash with ita SJrial splen dor let the There was a shim as the door blew and tho barkeeper heard no He saw that his scientific customer was in no hurry abont and as he opened the door the truth dawned upon As he looked np the street and saw no he realized that the man who loved lightning had gone from his shop A STMFATHIZnie One of the women who called upon recently bereaved wife to sympathize with her was singularly endowed with an experience which enabled her to en ter fully into the feelings of the She waa a masculinelooking worn eeption which was Shehad been to view the body and was now with the She said He aeemed to have gone pcaeeful like murmured the Thats a blessing to yon and some thing that should be a comfort to Just think how youd feel if hed went the other Therea no I know a woman whose man died in such agony that hia face was perfectly dread ful to look at Ton couldnt look at it Anshe never got over it Ive lost three bnt they thank went I dont know how my pres ent husband will I hope for the best Bnt Fd lose a hundred husbands than to have one go Ton dont know what it ia to have to Blip away with a Every one of my men went aa if they wanted to and when they were laid ont they didyon good to look at and then werent Their faces were just as calm as could stuck I dont bnt sort of CATCBMB HTCTAi in his Overland Jour in tho words of an Afghan a method of tying hyensa in their Tm MBJurwo OP A Wil frid Lawaon gave a humorous account of the party machinery of the House of Commons when he was rnn to earth and forced to make a speech at the recent dinner of the Cumberland and West moreland Agricultural He said that each party bad a whip who eaUs his hounds together when he wanted A little circular was sent ont in the morning for the political hounds to as That circular was worded something like this Ton are earnest ly requested to attend the House of Commons thia when busmesa of such and such a nature comes If the circular was without a dash or stroke under the word earnestly it meant that there was some busmesa which might come on in the bnt if there was one dash under the word earnestly it meant Ton ought to come if there were it meant Ton should come if there were it meant Ton must come bnt if it meant or stay away at your peril One of the most disinterested sad philanthropio of oar IB that uncle of He ia ao and so and altogether so high in case yon wish to leave anything with him for he wU only accept it on condition that yon take a slight deposit aa security there and a ticket Betting forth your own ership to boot That uncle1 of mine of ten has a curious way of making out that any one leaving a watch or coat in his a ia indebted to him and another curious eccentrici ty that he ia certain to add a slight interest to the original while an article left for over one year as it a dream of the for ever mine is an ubiquitous fact yon can find him upon every street of this much given to loud flashy neck ties and clothing of a similar He baa also a habit of shrugging hia shoulders and drawing np hia eyebrows during business and can doubt the value of an article for which a loan is with consummate grace and unless yon tell him bo a mistake in which event yon are likely to be told to go outside and take a look at the In di rect contrast to when that uncle of mine wishes to dispose of an article he uses the most language descriptive of its and looks hurt if yon doubt hia Among the many singular eccentricities of that undo of mine is the fact that while ho continues to grow richer from year to his which ho has become poorer and he holds ont a standing invitation to bis poor relations in the shape of three golden balls hanging out side his might be called his visit him at any and all Although that uncle of mine is a philanthropic old yet he is often imposed upon by people who take advantage of his trusting nature and bring articles to him for safe temporarily loaned from others without their This fre quently brings the old gentleman in close contact with legal by which means tho rightful owner is put under many obligations to Bnt that by loaning out his deserves to bo classed among the benefactors of our notwithstanding the many envious tongues which sneer at nil efforts ana aoprocate nis nenevo Those who know him best can appreciate bin humane motives and ap plaud his largeness of heart srnct or LIGHT won It has long bei known that certain minerals are peculiarly affected by the action of sunlight Ancient writers note that certain colored precious stones grew pale in the light of the and mention as ono thus acted upon the beautiful green the color of which however they and it is said could be Teetered by wrap ping it in a cloth previously soaked in and excluding it from light in a There are many known cases in which the beauty of emeralds has been destroyed by leaving them exposed to strong sunlight An American wnter mentions a dark green emerald which be bad worn seven yean aa losing its color and value from this Schnawe has recently redirected atten tion to the and baa pointed out that colored diamonds under the in fluence of extreme heat lose their and in moat cases although in others it returns after exposure to sun According to under doubtful deliea MCPHERSOS Attorneys at Bed Prompt attention given to c SMITB v73Stf will Iv to all calls day or Office KJp SHARP Manufacturers ol and Dealers In syTand added an ugliness of onr whichonrBrandmolherBwere quite m Harness Made to Order Btud lt Our W attention to wMeour lone which can hardly look mel on clumsy make sJnaU ankles or thick ones a matter of uttto moment We have become presdbly no now to pernaps the of all action to do fihionable women ride open defiance of elegance they ly in their earning these to leap up as though on springs chaW forgetful that cnnolinesbend BpSund Ed reveal thett unoared for not Jo aay M they a otogtog the of eaution equally Onr women are most blind and thoughtless followers of tapoied upon Heaven only knows Whep you have tracked the beast to his you take a rope with two slip knota upon it in your right and with your left holding a felt cloak before you go boldly but quietly The animal does not know the nature of the and therefore retires to the back of hia but you can always tell where his head is by the glare of his by ON SHORT Repairing Keatly ail Mr ALL WORK At John Beattvt old WhWore atUMI Capt Saunden of the steamship Lyce writing from sends news of the death of Charles one of the medical oBcers to the Government of the Fiji which occurred on board that ship OB Mayo waa exceedingly illwith and waa advised that a sea voyage his only bnt be sank thirty hours after leaving and was buried at sea miles Mutiiwest of MayoB career was a varied and adven MJ He waBedncatedatWin keep moving on gradually toward him on your ahd when you are within throw the cloak over his dose with and take care bo does not free The beast is so frightened that he cowers and though he inay bite the felt he cannot turn his neck to hurt so yon quietly feel for his fore slip the knots over and with one strong draw them tight up to the back of the neck and tie them The beast is now your and you can do what yon like with We generally take those we catch home to the krsit and hunt them on Uia plain with bridles in their that onr dogs may be taught not to fear brutes when they meet them tnde and more than seven form its Chesapeake oyster fleet Someex erta P certain drcnmstancei the colored dla ia M aensitiveto light as the pho tographers chloride of silver A diamond merchant named Martin ex oond a diamond to a very nigh temper in order to destroy its brownish but the stone became of a perma SeStWredl Oortw diamond in the same and that top turned rosered bnt the most remarka ble part was that this color was only per nJent in the fd disappearei four or five minutes if exposed to the suns the atone acquiring a weak brown This change also took place in a room where the light was by no means bright Another of a dirty yellow was ignited inia current of hydrogen in a porcelain and allowed to cool The eolor but H Una exposed to diffused light twenty cento a gallon ne are engaged in the rooma where the becamV a aad U D in both the universities of Oxford and Of an active temper and too impatient to wait for the slow course of hospital promotion and consulting nraotioe in he entered the eer picking ing roome aasortina and can In the raw the United States during the afid acted asarmT Bnr rert dvil afid acted asarm Son throughout the seige of Vicks aftenlrd served inth German army in the FrancoPrussian and WM much consulted by the Princess Alice respecting the organisation of hospitals andother meana of affording ud to the sick and wounded in the Afterthis he entered the Dutch medieal ning go on bustneM the oysters air tight which aw W turn peeked in sawdust and ice for of raw being shipped in a In addition million of steamed oysters are shipped per iST TsnW and Pocomoke oysters are the favorite The State licenses were on Sept the eeasonwss open ed with enlarged prospects owing to European BATHEB FIGURATIVE many common figurative expressione in onr language are borrowed from the art onr from The lawyer who filed m for rix or seven ito original yellow color Scbnansa attributes such phenomena to phosphor JDPM it Of the famous General Tietoroverthe at Benning during the Bevolntioii WBB celebrated with much pomp last Angnat In that the Manchester Union that habita at home illustrated bis energy and severe Tigilanoe and ability to hold hto own ui anemergeney aa forcibly aa did hia con e erala shrewdness and quick wit It u said that he very rarely came off aecona best at ao ready waa bewith a While on has a police force of abont five hundred distributes meal once a week to hor bootblacks of have formed a tnulo St Gothord Tunnel will proba bly bo finished within three British corvette now being fitted ont at ia the first steel plated manofwar ever built Callen and Bavard Taylor have recently been electedhonorary members of the Liter ary Academy of which is under the special patronage of the Queen ot to the Columbus one of tho strongest things in the world is to find Southern planters buying tons of Northern while the heavy and grievous task the whole year round ia to keep the fields clear of Harvard student is paying hia way through college by turning bis room into a stationery and book and an a graduate from Wcwleyni Uni is meeting his expenses at the law school by working in a barbers Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Company have paid for siitylive of tho eightyone lives lost at the Ashtiiluila at a rate aver aging The most expen sive life sacrificed cost the company and a novrly married couple were appraised at only rapidity with which the Ger mans adopt every improvement in means and methods of warfare is sluwn by thu fact that all the guns carried by the sbipa of the Gorman or mounted in tho fortifications on tho shores of are breech loading rilled Now Hampshire man recently cut from his log with a penknife a miuia which was put there at Cold Har bor in and which the surgeons then doomed it inadvisable to as it was imbeded in tho Of late the ball had worked down below the and troubled him white residents of numerous towns in California have agreed not to employ Chinamen for any not to lease them nor to buy any thing from nor to sell them any thing except at exorbitant Things must have reached a bod condi tion when the Californians are not will ing even to make profit ont of Chinese purchasers and Todleben went to stay with Lord the latter asked a friend to come up and fumigate tho Generals room with a good cigar said the General is utterly miserable unless he yet his sense of politeness is such that ho wonldu t for the world indulge in a cigar if ho thought it were not This ruse succeeded I must say there are some of the meanest negroes in this town that ever I said a negro clergyman in Elizo on resigning his pastor Theycan tell tho biggest and put on the longest and come to church looking as mean as tho Old and can ontlio Some of them have got two and still say they are going to there is a magnificent tank on a scale so enormous that it would now cost more than five million dollars to erect it It was con structed about Still more remarkable is the great atoro tnnk of posed to have been hardly loss than thirty and it was kept full by two Channels extended from it over fifty which convoyed an unfailing supply of water to certain Inrgo Ftoro tanks and thence to minor villago The Ceylon Government propose to gradually restore many of these great Here we see how the ancients prevented did vat become an article ot commerce nntil tho present century but already in tho United States alone thirty millions of dollare are invested in the business of gathering and selling it Large shipments of ice are made to South America and the European nations supplying themselves with ice from There bos boon a re markable increase in the use of the arti cle in the United States since when only tons ol it were In the year 1876 the bought 9 and probably tons were cut Beer brewers are thf best customers of the ice eral using tons of ioe samples of wall paper recently examined in London were found to con tain arsenic either as arsenite or accto anenite of papers witn men figures were found to bo freo from arsenic as a tho higher ririced qualities contained tho poison in the largest A room of the moderate dimensions ot sixteen feet sauaro and nine feet high would be if these papers were with 11 ornamental surfaces containing from fiftytwo grains to rooro than eight A Mark in a speech at the dinner of the Ancient Artillery Company of the other with serious hU military ex periences in Missouri in the early of the His company of eleven men bivouacked in a and waited for the We had a good enough fame there at that barring the rain and the and the mosquitoes and We lived on both parties impartial and both parties bated us Bnt one day we heard that the invader was so we had to pack up and Inside of 24 hours the in vader waa coming again so we moved And next dav he was after us once We didnt like it but we moved rather than to make This wont on for a week or ton and we sew considerable Then Ben Tup per lost He War is not what itBracked up to Im going home if I cant ever get a chance to sit down a There was mutiny and dissatisfaction all and of here come the enemy pestering as two than two fore and nobody wanted to turn ont at that I detached ono The atago that loft Eureka for containing tho mining and as passen the Jack and an em ploye of the etngo was accost ed about 9 oclock night as it had before the Willows forty miles south of by throe masked one of whom culled upon drawn np il Believing that the men in the station had got druuk and that one of them playing a bind tho demand woe not immediately complied with besides tho night was so dark that the speaker could not bo distinctly Tho de was more peremptorily whon Blair prepared to dis leaving tho driver and Jimmy Brown on tho Bhiir hod Lordly reached the ground with his trusty shotgun when he was greeted by a Jouble discharge of ono from tlw rear of tho stage and the other from the corner of the both passing so near his head that the powder of ono warmod liis Blair returned the firo almost but being partly blinded by tho and not seeing his obioct evidently with out effect Tho report of his gun had not died away before the muzzle of s gun waa placed against his breast by one of tho with tho no of making sure work of tho brave Blair caught it and pushed it and turned tho who was pnllins tlio wrong half u ou watching his raised hU shotgun as quick as a flash and guve the road agent the full contents of barrel square in the and ha fell over mortally loaded with sight buckshot Almost simultanootiply with this deadly shot Blair had placed bis shotgun squarely against the fellows and would have blowa a hole through him had not his bravo companion pnrformed the ser siftor tiring the jumnnd from tlu but hod not fairly nwhMl tin ground when he was sliot in calf of tho receiving a painful but not serious The other two robbers then tired four more shots at tho messengers at close range with shotgnu and none of did though they carno uncomfortably and dis appeared in tbn Tbo liring having the passen gers got ont of tho stage cautiously and took n look nt lm woundod who was writhing in murlnl and im begged and prayoJ to be A noise in the station now attracted at and ou proceeding thither it was found that tho blacksmith and ranch who wore in charge of tho had been bound securely and threatened with instant death by tho robbers if they would give any alarm on the approach of the Tho robbers had come to tho station abont an hour com pelled tho inmates to cooked a meal and ato unharnessed tho horses that had been prepared for tho incoming and then proceeded to lay their plans of A small fort was built with boards at the corner of tho and an old ax placed handy for the pur pose of opening tho treasure Tho wounded robber was taken into the where all tho parties remained during the In the morning Mes Price and Kiiskell continued on their journey to while tho two mess ana tliotljins who Buffered excruciating tortures through tho and wns very proceeded to return to Every effort woo mndo to induce tho robber to reveal the names of his but to no and when nearing Pages a few miles from ho be gan to brcntho his Just before ex piring ho gnvo his nnmo as Jack Eureka Who eonld have ever fifteen years that Francois Bravay would be reduced to dio of or a Mind to the charity of strangers In Paris his wealth and ostentation were one of the wonders of the It pleased him to think tbo realities of bin life went beyond the im aginings of Dumas the elder in Monte Bravay paved the I heels of his vatata lined j bis carriages with gold and silver bro and shod his homes with an amal gam of precious He was a swarthy merryahdrew without a grain of bnt when he bad no reason to be Stafford aoivico of counera with fresh gi A hia table and garden I vegetebl in friendship with Mocqnord and De Mor who financiered with himinEgyptian They did him the favor to eat bin dinners and to introduce him to the De Leeaopa found in him valuable for Bravay had stud ied the weaknesses Said and ministered to ministration rewarded with the fortune that he dashed Frenchmen were taught by him what a mine of wealth by in whither he emigrated from cobblers at 1oni Saint in At Alexandria he entered a rradymade boot and shoe and was nut to take the pashas In measuring Saids feet he read his character and di vined his The pasha was btate and listless with his grotesque drew him from his Vice regal Said WAS tired of the company of unintellcctnal Tho Pont Saint Esprit cobbler filled his palace with cle ver musical imported from Rome and These little Italian artists dominated at and Bravay was their overseer and tyrant His when he came to set tle in drew people to scan the sources of bis Parisians are not but Bravays method of spoiling the was too much for He was received for the lake of his money and very in jsome respectable At Court he was publicly taken by the Tho Emperor sent him down to Nismos as an official Gullets friends there prayed for heaven not to rain down fireand brimstone on the Bravay had been twice before this by the Corpa to which be was for Tho Chamber was oblig ed by tla Emperor to accept him the thin time he presented himself for ad Said was prompted by Bravay to present the Empress a gold coffee inlaid with gems and other Whenever Lord Pal merston gained an advantage at Cairo against the Tuileriea sent the cidevant cobbler to counteract Fortytwo million francs was the reei dne of Bravays fortune when he got tired of imitating Monte and went to Piedment to vegetate with an Italian lady of She had a tnanm for Bourse and other and often came to Ports by herself to indulge in her He paid her differ and was reduced by her to the modest pittance of or Blindness overtook the Countess and Bravay had to intrust himself and the wreck of hia for tnne to a servant who robbed him at Geneva leaving him in the direst Death freed the other from his as he was on the road to his natal was going there to obtain leave from the who was his to settle down into a wayside Respectfully call attention of the people of Can and adjoining Counties to the fact that they are now offering their large stock of ReadyMade FOR At such prices as will insure their The most of these goods are fresh and being just received from Eastern Close buyers will not fail to embrace the present op portunity to make their purchases for Dpnt fail to give us a call if you wish to secure good STAFFORD A NEW CLOTHING STORE AND VI7 CSrOOI BLOOM OIF IOWJL Have opened the largest and moat complete Block of Gouts to Atlantic of clothing in the POSITION OF XVOMESIH thank with us occu pies a different and much higher position than in and it ennnot but be considers n point of distinction in our pdoplo ii must occur from it wiio uf tiio German is mostly his premier She cares for him and fondles him in every thing with tho greatest for which she receives n with which re ward she or seems to be perfectly She looks np to him as to a he converses with other she listens mutely with reverential Tho less intelligible the conversation is to her the more hei respect for her husband Alto gether liltlo or no regard is had for the ladies everybody is happy if only the gentlemen are In regard to tho who are horrid egotists their wives are very To n certain dflgreo I consid er that to bo very but in going too for they lower themselves and detract from tho dignity of the entire Ion He waa an shed and bad received corations for his medfaal Bar the Oerman Ioflcrforaale40acTMOl Improved land Victoria qoarterol qnar leVtlon l All fenced with aS nU and baa a frame honw eurrounded with ms Price per Wl halt on three Addresa Oeoree or call onhlm atUs rerideace In Victoria Tl He Howasrenery beanUfnUa the ar to taunadiataly a and w all bad down OCD Hunter need to when hj could not discover the cause of a mart Well try thia and well that Well snoot into the and 8 anything well and JeoBed a I fee this to too com mSnly the in your ahoohng to tte the first thing that generally falto to the patient that one day he walked ont in a field when his men were was badly and the General WM not dow to notioethlB fact and comment noon it Among the men waa one nam was frequently made the butt for the jokes of bis fellowwork The General panted over the and finding a spot particularly that swath Whittak said ttie man nearest the with a wink at the puring he question came again and Who mowed that BwathT and that oner and the WM the invariable re P General Stark made no tat went When evening came the men oolSeoted for their after aalight tion pud Whittaker a sum which waa equal to the amount due the whole nnm Aint you going to was asked in by t WelL aM1 in hia highkeyed eonld Whithv keTdid all the and BO I gave bun that the Unghh the been turned i is presumed I funds of my and sent him to the briga and asked him to assign us to a district where there wasnt ao much bother going He sent back an in He where aro at thto or t will court mar tial and hang the whole of Said the orderly sergeant If Tom Harris wants the let him come here and get I havent got any nee for my Whos Tom any thats putting on act many frOU I knew him when he wasnt anything bnt a telegraph you can do as you As for fvet enoigh of this ashaying aronni So off goes my warpaint Ton hear me The whole regiment the talk for So then and on the my brigade DEATH is A and old nicotine have proved fatal in the case of an English lad at Dartmouth He saw some children blowing aoapbnbblee on a neighbors rndborrowed a clav pipefrom his which be soon He then returned for and his father gave him an old wooden pipe which had been lying on the shelf for over a In an hour the child was very vomiting and becoming very drowsy and deadly iTthe end of the third day the Me fellows sufferings came to an The physician testified at the inquest that the child died from imbibing contained in the old wooden iruiu fcuu hayo often been saying that with us the nrivileges were with the If we claimed equal rights with men wo should do whatever men do wo wanted tidbrts of active wlulo wo left difficult aud loathsome work to I admit that this w true to a certain but hero yon find tho most direct opposite of onr own for I have seen women carrying splitmg ploughing in performing all the difficult nnd awful kinds of Yon know that I have never grum that I vitnpprnto what I actually possess attack America when I am at and Germany when I am bnt I am really very glad that I am on American and nothing surpasses an American Yon may be lieve mo that a man who honors woman honors himself thereby it cannot but benefit him most I also consid er it inspiring and refining for both par ties when men nnd women though they do not entertain the inten tion of marrying ono It is really too amusing to sec some German us it are not at all accustomed to gentlemens company see if oiico on a time a gen tlemnn to drop on tho other is quit eiwy of explana tion if one consiiuTB thpt they surmise some matrimonial intention as soon as a vonng gentleman visits a family where there are still This of cannot bnt take away a prirate How HE GOT His late Wesley of Harper began business on capital secured for him by the prudence of his Abont the time when James and John Harper set np for a younger also wished to become a father removed from Newton to New so his sons might have a home with and Wesley was set to work in the office of his at first as then as proof AU the time his father charged him for to the boys for his father had no special need of the Soon after arriving of the reason of this apparent harshness ap I think yon should go into said the father the money you have been paying me for your boird for six years has been saved for It is your capital to start With this money Wesley Harper bought into the becoming an equal part H BXMEDT WB SCAIDS US of baa dis covered a new and certain remedy for the pain of scalds and It is sim ply cookingsoda whieh M found in every He lately gave a practical iIluBtoahon of its efficacy by scalding hia arm in the presence of the members of the Minna chusetts Dental at ita meefanR in The pain was instantly re lieved by covering the scalded surface with the and wrapping the whole in a wet Wo have saya a had an opportunity of testing tne rem A lady friend of ours met with a bod which affected the larger part of the four fingers of one on the front and The pain waa ex At onr urgent she applied the though she had no faith in its helping But the pain began to lessen sensibly in half an hour it was not worth minding within two all trace of it waa the third there ia no trace of the excepting in ita worst where it had Bnt even from this she baa not felt the least inconven and it is rapidly It is possible that a second applica tion of the soda might have hastened the Wet the part and sprinkle on it the powdered THE An English noWa about being presented to the iStah of a few minutes before he entered the two men Carrying toward it a long poto and a bundle of He asked the Pension attendant the That he is the It is for you if yon The King never grants an audience witnont Jole about eight When the punishment IB inflicted the culprit is thrown on his fall ileet are secured by cords bound round the and made fast totbe with the soles uppermost The poteM held by a man at each two otter one on each strike itbe with often with the toenafla drop oft desires to extort punishment upon men of tne nigneai knowing that from op portunities for stealing and are the wealthiest of his We can show the finest and bet stock at prices LOW1 THAN M Hd M M Were had the Beputatfon for 20 Tears And mean to keep and no person can afford to purchase clothing without examining our and Fair Low Cowl Goods fell the We Can Show More Goods for Selection Than Any Other Three Houses in the JustsUp in if you want to Bare from three to four on rait of clotbes or Call and eiamene onr rtook before purchasing and we will convince you that we mean what we We come to Rooms Formerly Occupied by First Door North ot Findley Garys Drag 38tf LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ATTENTION DCALIB TH A MAEiusD woman of ran away with the proprintor of a the other day aud the bereaved husband tauntingly remarks that he doesnt know of any one else in the world so well qual ified to manage Aim Henry the Eight was married to Anne Boleyn on the 25th of 1583 in a garret at the western end of the palace Bt She ia described as a fair young ao exquisitely moulded in form and feature that sheensUved the eyes and nnderatanduigBof allshe encountered auch ia the interest with which her memory ia still that numbers daily visit her chamber at Hever near in and eagerly listen to the romantic tra ditions which point omt the hill where Henry used to sound his bugle when be came to visit in tbeb bappydave of from hia palace and the exact spot in the garden at the turn of a she suddenly came upon the who WBB so struck with her wondrouB that from that moment he waa inspired with the fatal poasion which raised ita unfortunate ob ject to the throne bnt to transfer bra to the The axe with which the little neck of the crneUveaerifleed qneen severed ia still preserved in the and witb her in the melancholy interest aaaomated with her It ia amid during the night which followed her her body was secretly ita grave before the altar of the Tpwet and buried in the ehnroh of whereablaok marble slab ia shown aa the covsrinjr of her re Englith Htotorical AND SHIM DATS AND GENTS FURNISHING Has at hto Hrstfdoor north of stock of foods ia ita mic ever opened oat in consisting of latest styles of BOOTS OAJPS ETC He also keeps on bud a Ml supply ot tie celebrated REYNOLDS BOOTS AND place in Atlantic where they eau be r CUSTOM BOOTS AND SHOES Made Unorder on abort FINE BOOTS A OLE   

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