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   Pella Visitor (Newspaper) - May 18, 1882, Pella, Iowa                                BETZER A OF THE GOLDEN BT WILL HlTsV cimc fit down I I lil j it M hot Tiilir fOTciJi4 my J Hit wbihtlo An iiopj 1 may Kl k ltc fire a V v II YluVj i r I 1 j lO r i r vt lli Junt Ujli n lJ lJaVCIl a NKVKK LOVED Miss Hastings was fivcauil iniiUie six ui an romantic turn of At that a gii Ann liad Jinvented I lilllu anxiety cm VOLUME PELLA MAY NUMBER day when I received a bill for tliree Hiaw sat Anrrfii a She right the toast cmp dreadfully afraid that lie was ging to and brown flic steak was juicy a propose to her lie and the coffee was hot and I jn everything was just as it i should and contentment liovcred alxitit the fennve matutinal who had been glancing over propose 10 Iiad proposed to uevcrul other young ladies MOST IWU Cfclel j which are always worn of tlie j The women are prunonnccd MtmuMr iearly n match to the in rhmnii Frederick CITCO IKrom Tribu The capacity of the colored race for improvement and the discharge of pci u safe to ny in dnuiee that thedMr greemcnt is too great to be and that then DUM be rabctanlial eon ccasions made to Uie progreasife wing of I the oat their What should she tin Could him witiistiiinl ucctlic TIlOKC wllisklTH Tiiat voice 1oeling terribly coifiscd and ly as the HibpniisiH she looked very cjlrn and couiiinseJ one can do that at29 if one is a and very airilv ami easily What do yonrcfcr Shaw Has wliat come jnliuy luMtutcd a mom and cleared his with that cerioul ahera I beloved of Tncn he turnedup the whites of bis eyes npain I ytn my word i i i I 1 lh morning fresh from the tossed it across tbe table to his j yonr time is not so i xhort as ronst earlr to tbe 1 and you can finish yourefrg when Im mo the Theres a Ijtke n obedient nhe took HIM paper and began to read but com with Uie 17th atSt nni whats that tome Dont read i tato e THE TCBEKCULAK Htical dntiea and obligalona was it uo issue worth naming ahown in tne Home of Representatives between Republicans and Dsmocrats on umjlaid and murdered by four wko had evident thorooguly pitpared UICJD for dmL Tiro of tbo miactcuiiJ retained their in 1 rirta OnCMwro nbici tho iKKti ivt dcwntwl bonHd ou Ihc cAht in 1 r conteatant of the seat of Chalmers for nau ilwli tbo car ia which the qurtetto bad driven uid tbo rcrocily o The Republicans have about made up s tho moit of the dis party in the where the unnatural j Tulicfc lor their Uui riurdrrtd Ofikiala left tho lilinir VttaWn lionsc ajont 7 ociork in the cvcaln to i il I walk oTir lo UIB Chief tjocrctarv j pLusing tiirciicl tinIiils that Init an w may have eukr TliiH piiiiliarily out of hnr riinanlic ami was no inure nur than n ilrsiro to wid with n man who had in vor loved and hiT ioiiMdiring that it is to liml n man of who has not at liast half a il cannot litat nil surprising that at live of Hix riiiiaiiiid mi tininvasion of n smill and hiliit lit Ihc housiof a him miirli iuiprifHd tinIxauty a of ilark iiiul iplciidid tyes biloiigiiig to a giiitliiiinn whtiiii islio Iiad ncvir nirt Dmlliy a pciitliimm of limitid limiteil Bume an inordi of Hi had hiin a giixl dial of what tin but whiihI liml mi in plain In this Ii stive iniiid dislmrsd what lilllo miMHy luhad htartid in lifn mid ut tiniivy thnvnndforty found with n gray of and vul I AssiHh nn HI i imt viry liudliy Shaw felt it to xvquiro ionic lie impart ieth and If I 1 may Iind a fat for rc Etnuncrativo bisimsN Hut I njuirc nut tinncijuaiiilamv if any and niv IMM de nandith thenfnre will marry tinliist digibli uiaidin srho priMntlth with just n littlu and shall MV what we mil 1 with ihis fresh and i iu his mind that le went to leiithys and met Aurelia maneuveriNl n young dies of can and Boon rht an for an i to the pivssessnr of the KjiKudid kocn that h r Ihroiigli her iumieut little tactics and oiiinnienced theiviipun n Very he ered her euiliaiil fur a lirsl In ciiiivcrKitiiiu he endeavored to show that 1e was very favorably im with and she di1 nut CDU hut she I will much in I slie observoJ that lie Kosmed a He rolled he sighed he bit his lips nud evidently I sorrow somewhere 1111 lis In he enlisted and thus laid the fouiid i of a stronger feeling than jgh one akin to I for blie seemed on the straight ShnwV his his his had insinuated tliem js into her admiration in a woiider f short time and to a wonderful ex B only thing she feared that ha J have indulged in the tender pas as we have she tlie thought of accepting n heart j been delaced by the imago of r than B the party up iuivlia aud Shaw had been mo jigeach other to a scandalous he gentleman offered her his i tiiey walked together to her thought as the door closed upon Au Bespeaks a respectable I I miffht do but it would be a blessed ier to do I Uiink TU go onlvthe sclerutiiM visible elellilleil hisright mid fell gracefully UIKJO onu knee Iwforo Kxeellently well Unt it was a pity that his declaration with S3 stereotyped and hackneyed 1 form of I MI thiiu that he had re id this of thing in th lliriliiug style of ro uiid ILonght nil lie got s U lliil on his he in Miss Inart is a volcano under Jir many uearv yiiirs have 1 d t i mi aiidtliwii tie i ird w inj some light be my mi of cxit iiit that I have lint found in al ilie in tiie liriaht ial Unit liasiel its about found one not I rniiM lovewlKdu I rould wish call mine own till tiievwerc aUackwi IIT four mm Aurelia began again I U ia mppoacd that liuiin win call at the od j L lho My Tlicy mto lii LuanU of luvinK c 1 Jit that all he 1liis it chut has prematurely me I have feared In tilld no partner to share my joys and sor r tiie path of b f when I and to wipe niv whii I wi a pptty fora 1 love you For the first lim my life I iitlVr to a fr do thy O angel will yon II mn J frii his knee without was Aurelia by the an I when it that lor the limit ave ill an Im nut at uli interested in tlio alTairn of and Oh exclaimed here souiiUiinp Breach of prom ise so of one What t rnscal lie must have lnen Hoc here rich local sensation is on thn a mise in which a party who him nccutlv IKVH mnrriid is soon to brought lieforo the presenting three suits for breaches of Tho papers have been but the ab sence of dofindniit has prevented un onuwer from lning filril ns We un derstand tho title of tho suits to be en forced nro ns follows cut ninJlr from tbo I Abovnimcd Jafob I nntiug in park lie cit from whim beKM anJ cljw Ui Ilic k cnicn of lacn an if IKthousljl vtrv and nut pay attiiMliii lo i Hi thro aw UICM ail to tbu 1 iml ollnri jump un a aud diivi i off toward whldi liivt in a tiun Mississippi rose to tpeak on bis own Lynch is a to UT br i His character and attainments to of tbe ois of j entitled him to the attention and respect j MIUjons in lhc pomocratio party in the cmiu nt Fiwicli of all within the sound of liis and where the unnatural nrvby he Mesived His speech was of the Bourbon element ztzzrxzz could have equaled it for I pin to Some of 01 1 or the less important mcn imve broken the that qu dity of elegance of stylo and lllcm tno Bourbon I it in all its broader Ho threw I the help and into bold relief the anomlay jireseiitoil I nJmiuifitration can give in order to j in the conduct of a white nnui IM abo caretully i ig to be an honorable gen j it connived at election to more important in 10 IH if II u in of radle Ir intKTiiR i iilli Irr has If n mo i Ly cuiavaliuu in llv of KiXli luar ttt nvo tic ireof from bo nnult4 of diTaM incniatli byavtry to lbn ami bo not ivo of iKu AciTitlcuiiin Mapiiro anil a ulio i Burke anil Trii n f ori Ibeir tiic main rod and iln tlieir niuu Journey iovn1 i the Chief Sicntarv in hu carriaficway Bilrku llw Iotli ntre Ijuif iu Inrpu of Tin y ai 1ork her named divers j Station of cunvcyed tbo ti tli lniipUaL suiinalion it found Uarko nad near the ol the bnrl iinl tbrrot liniJ 1cili cut nlmunt llrt rUurutiil xitli and MM InvtB Iind Uxli torn in ninny Anil Jim baudn I a in eonntir with lac did not wear on MI htviral nlioiit Om tLrouali Ibirich lnnK aad it ILo time if Ihu tin niisbt on a KiHcrooded in niaty plium Tbe rsvilly nnd ilu wiljott tucjteaiiiit and coiLlernatioii iu I be un Ibc sid danger I IIM udu bw of In tbtcvime of Li in ivry that the tnlxrrleji cou jinid a the aud bat it was tliat producid In tnuitferrinj by iuocnktion tin tiiUnuluiu mutter dwabwl to bcallb tninial II iii the conduct of a white nnui j from party enough men by liis neighbors to bean honorable genj a fdir vote and an who connived at election frauds to secure which been for his own and held by virtue of j of tne of the tl fin a seat in Congress to which he was not fairl Thn speaker repn utterly thn doctrinthat all tho whiteiniii of Mississippi or all tho wealth and intfllignceof jij dwrici ngreed to the methods by which InncMr failfl to produce ibv Chalmers held his To say so woulil nvcral icinratina of lacilli j n ealtimiiy n Ihu white Ihere were no selfrespecting white who approved of these Lynch lelicved that a very largo proportion the votTH of liis iinn for mni 1 en ipiiti inrt nl i live lier fair head upon his sin ml Iilll her MUte ui eliiinnt anil Tell my uiin YOU m In show up all th du n of in fur m r No I know wont t il have lull ai In hr I 1 lnr ak me in aim e tin priviltpi ol 1 il Kli YOI vhat 1 will th Ill Mnle that took placo soon that will I ill intrest every single liuly who reads and tin married j One not quite tno mouths after the last seeno there were several in trout ol tlio house that had attracted Dudley Shaws tion the night hcfiist walked home with j In the little front parlor the owners of these carriages were some uud HiLstings were comforting tin They were grim but genteel for the as they didnt fmicy the uiaUh Susie Marty losom friend nnd bridesmaid to was with her lazy Marry who and only wore one white kid it waa such a WesMd lot of you to put the confounded things Then there was the IJible who to looking verv solemnly with his other coat anil a white neckcloth of teutous There wcreotheis thonch IVters David uliai Daniel alias David Plaintiff ulluges that defendant did prom ise her I Mane Warden David Daniel alias Pnmisid to marry plaintiff ill Unfnllilled of Baker Daniel aliaK David Smilcyi alias David Ueaven i what does this mean Oh Dudley tho paper very iier voiisly ill her she fainted As for Mwliatevir his name washo had been growing paler aud paler ever since ho heard the name ol Marv How protvclingft could have 1 eeii commenced against I u cavendih 46 and have gone so without his know 1I MirnvuiR Mm of tlio ii he could not He dashrd some icewater In laid her on the to her parents near told Hastings that her daughter was and would like to son He then for tho and was by a as ho reached his Shaw here aro some ropers that for you weeks aga They wcii and 1 only found them Lla t night alter von Tliev were legal documents and Shaw why ho had iot be llic of and I in ako geutnled lljiio wre ro many times re J wiilidiCerint and iu d ffnint oinin ibat tbtre can nniiin no that nil 1 thoroughly disapproved but ban nevir Utn i o ajj the rights of citizens and the corrjption of the ballot by po 1 Tho facts of this LynehChalmers contest have been often bnt they will bear The Sixth district of M ssissippi is of a tier of i counties largely inhabited by ex tending from the northern to the south the etn tmiindiirios of the The ills trict was constructed fur tho of mossing the Ilepnlilicitn vote iriving it the privilege of elieting a iu that one district out of Luewii Ufim origin of ciuiiiiiiiition and ftiar like Jlid a utnalns lor witnce lo Iind tbe tlial ll tbene ei and i vllit ir itcurrenee by iinaallouoraoniB form ol m iplell r la ic bive ill It Uas 1 atumiti d i lainrole but atter eilidva lieu the vinlliuci Tyndill alul euiiiwtcut to an bow Ulleve hat the llltenlly if inililioe Kill 1greatly dmaninlicd by future in auu bile it in not a in IT leant ainou ol thimore nil SISSriylSSiH II kiiiu lo all tbat wrbolic nri 1 In 1878 the KcpnbliraiH made no con i U fair vote and an honest to secure which been the main cause of the decadence of the j KepiiliHonn party in tlie region of oouu try where it has depended almost wholly 1 iiixin colored men for its leadership and I With native white men of the i lntlcr class running as administration it is Iwliaved that as succcss fill a revolution can be wrought in sev eral dLitricta in South Camlina and Louisiana as that i bv Mahono in In i that it will there 1 was a gain of one Ikpublican and two or auliBonrbon Itcprc It is understood to be the projected policy of the National Itepub iicaii Commituio to encourage and sup tiort evervwhcro in the Soutliern States at the coming Cougres sional Independents running ngninst rtgulnr Democratic 1 provided tho candidate will proclaim i himself on odniinistiation man and pro i vHed that a Itcpublinin cannot i It is proposed M a prehminary i sttp that lending Republicans in the Congressman iu that one district out of j Southeru withoui regard toi the the six ill Bnt the Demoi factions mto which they have drndetl Thev could not keep j themselves in some of those shall theb hnnd off and linnllv they inviUsl to come to Washington to iiiiuuiuiiia i confer with und mlviso tlm committee concerning situation iu Congress uiul districts tho election of a of aluT was al Trinity He entiud HJKIU iu btlcal eaner ill wben tin1ri vate Karl tlieu 1ieulrMt of tho Inbild inilil behsd rfprisontitl thoJsurtb wenilbduiRvI Voiklurt in the ntlar virtini of tlie ban been Under HIIKII 1buuix wlnio tlie awful WM in to Dublin wbnt Hyde Park to and C iitrnl Jark u to Nir It jr tbo People winto Uie j viitbuut any to I meet an iplal tlm i giikndid of tbo ariilixracy miiiKlinc I tbcgeneial IliriliK of thn It bad ot pincrally M one of tbe finnt fore In ird of the proceedings of Mary and covon an area of Jane Warden and Lucy liaker iTil against LmTbv Inllou nrl Tbo He iocketed tlie going lo j jjild America nee 1 the and tin ir bntbren in In land to two every tflort to bring the vs ln tbo I no reiiviT if had plain IT of linnwir uya drew hii Hilary up to the iiid ef the 1 have sonic notes to pay this morn said and nin going out but will IMback in half an He went and I dont think the bank have good un opinion of his veracity as They have IKCH waiting for him over and he coma back Aurelia went quietly home to live with her and she always gives her younglady friends ouo sound piece of advice be too anxious to mar ry a man who has never loved another The Queens Tlie Clerk of the Kitchen has a salary of a vear and hit and to aid him iu he has four who keep all the check weights and and issue orders to the trades pcupje he has also n messenger and a necessary Besides these of ficials of her Majestys there is the with a salary of a four iBMtor cooks at about per annum have the privilege of taking four apprentices at premiums of of I rarcudiih Tcved un a from Lidgem Dublin to tlie and n board thu A dclacluaent ot fLmd an Kill Speneir fiittjiliaurn in Is of Sir Cuarieii diMlineJ Ibi ilnief of Inand be n Mat in tbe A peninl releac of uill not taku ntvutlr relunid to Inbiil fnmi tbe arrenti d at Mnj on of concernid in tbe Diiti Whui In movins Ilie idjiiurnmiiit of nf Coin iUdtone i1 ouid all II iUli Hal be leave fur tbe of crime in and a bill doalmi with tbe itun of of Sir not Oie rapiort of tbe 1ar nell aaid be believed tbo was com mitted to bid und tje work of to whom be h id alwaya been op Tno a leading Radical tlie erimo in traciable o tlie Fenian recruited mainly from I elusive of wire and tho lurge iniijuntivs thnt tiken awaj iatient tec far KOIHI tbo j the country precincts and be IIM nud in lie j sot alwilt over opieut he bw cureJ in every they accom and I plifhed it in three Inmian It I that ii nge number lirinters on marking tiiMlivisiiua ss rri adiil ubicbhave bitliiriu I ho gressional were as ebolern having distiiigiiLxhing marks on ttand lar I elnnd one mubuuipuoit non The State law prohibits nuder c Mid one of The law is tiinlouiit r Jo Un in aclue nnddliaei iro i ff tT no pert mi lice to liie fame Important Knrirn a practical who was the necessity for making coviry tbo j Chnlmcrs swnro Ulht against iu the Huiig UHJ were such IIH any j n which Main of victorrucoui printer of taste would either put in or of have doue eumpicM Jenve according as he waulwl to j jjut hav jt is only a ipiestion of lengthen or short the ticket to suit tho tjmc within a few Years the Longfellows Host i or JiUral element of the Democratic like a Sec electnil of ithing the luvlodorof as known in that part of the from iu ex periences with the kind of Kepublicous who led the juirty there in reconstruc tion Many liberalminded Dcm who are disgusted with lioiirlmu in the Southern would willingly join in a re mljnster or iintiBoiirbon move which to all iutcct and purposis might lxi n llepiiblinin yet they would not take the wcinl and busiiifss risks that might follow a deehiration that they hail gone over to Ihc Itcpuhlican natiiiiial This isiu brkf the explanation which were ouieis of less Wilhelmina from f 150 to yeomen of aealn interfered Uieycaw conciliation It it in a ntBt conspiracy limited to a fmi Oladrtono himself ia I dislike an eye that twinkles Those only aro i like the have a are nut Most people would succeed in small things if they were not with great Even cities have their Fortune comes well to oil that comes live in history only sicmed towalk the earth The lltljry nf Make not thyself the of any ff The countrjU the town dram islike an eve iniii which has so long chafed under the rule ihoKe only aro luiiutiful whom were contributed tho will have become ac j til tho to lighting the and tentioually by their negligence to the throwing oiituf Iwxes in which Lynch had a clear They left out liss of or did not sign the or informally which was accepted as an excuse lor rejecting tho whole i cnuiy cases they tlirtw out 1 returns and offered no oxcusa or prt tense of excuse for so Iu several rf cases there is no hint of the reason why j I they HO but merely the it must inevitably continue to draw re cruiufrom tliat faction and a permanent antiDemocratic party will lie estab They say this is the only prac ticable way to obliterate the color and it will ilo it lor as soon as the native white people are per iwo political tho aid ot colored will themselves divide between two When Tan Tiarroa c ttoau la Oratnl aBD I ricn m yarioms Kionpsof in secte dinar very much from each other in the they pass throogh ia as in tbe grass for the con sist in a gradual increase of gad m the acquisition of wings while for tho common their toll bulk ia a form very different from that which they ultimately snd through a period of inaction in which not only ia the whole form of the body not only aro and wiuga but even the internal orpins themselves are almost entirely disiu tegrated and WATSB EC A SHEET or Jfature are given experiments for boiling water nud melting lent on a piece of papar Take a piece ot paper and fold it as school boys into square box without a luL flung tliu up to a walking Mick bv four and support tho stick on books or other convenient Then a lamp or taper must be placed under this diuiity In a few momenta tlio water will The only fear is the should raUh fire and let the water spill into the iamp and over tlio The flame must therefore not be too The paper does not because it is wet andeviui if it resisted the wet it would not be burned because tho heat imparted to it ou one side by the would bo very rapidly conducted away by tbe Anotlioi experiment of a similar but haps even more us follows Twist np tho edges of a common play ingcard or other bit of cnrdbonril so as to fashion it into a light Ou this tray place layer of small shot or bits ot lead and beat it over thn of a Tho lead will melt but the card will not It may bo charred a little around tho but immedi ately below tho lend it will not bo for here again the lead conducts off the heat on one Bide as fast as it u supplied ou the ABOUT aro night unchecked by tho judgment and uncontrolled by tho It trim that wo do not reason in I hut exercise of tho judgment is wholly mis and that the will is entirely powerless or coasts to These lacul ties aro not altogether iu but they doze while the subordinate iowern of tho whiih play tliu iurt of picture carriers and tho treasures of uuiuory ami mingle together in tlio direst contusion old things and Imagination is nut but it remains just enough uwake to supply the connecting links which give teeming continuity to thosu of the phautaBUiugoria which we chiiuro to rememlier on ricovering perfect and luing nincin we call No one ri niembcrs more than ouo UIIUKS hu bus roused from sleep more than Thin had led to thw iufiTeixo Unit dreams only occur at the ui juiriit or in the act of Tinre dreams which take place in tho proctSs ol rtv turuiug for tlioae instantaneous scuuis nud tavles which aro suggested by the Bound or feeling which rouiws the dreiunir but as the n suit of u loug and of the subject with n view to discover tlm nature ot dreams nud the lawn of dream medicttl iu emimcliou with ho Ueutmrut of 1 am persuaded that drtauia occur in the course of sleep and nru That they do not and cauiiot taku place m deep slcop is Ucuuno ileep sleep is general olid when this state prevails the suliordiuato faculties are olid the pictures uud records which compose dreams are not To understand dreams we must understand nud it is because tlio two pueuomeua have not hitherto been studied togeth er that so little is generally known about JIYIUO IHJIWUCU U1W IWW that they did condition of tilings is brought stuffed the The in negrooi voted open and their voks were counted a they vent into tho by reputable bystanders yet the election after taking thu uim wi to fair and free elections will be held in the Southern snd the colored people rill secure tluir political South air conciliation The country U the town dram niter taking thu IMJXI to and Wieu mingled they make the most j homc wjth thom ovcr calmlv re i ofnSi Icrfect musical tiie moniing larga majorities The Marquia of Litwdoirnc gave notice in the id of less Wilhelmina I from to juiw yeomen 01 who wrote acrostics and played the aeI the two ossistant two j Hone of on tho 9ib that bo won cordeon wlio wore jilaid I roasting four three drop motoa the Irish of tli trousers and diffused an odor of braudv j kitchen a two rioranlMnL btlt there be no yielil Oreeu Office and two steam ap paratus And in the confectionery department there are a first and second with salaries of and respectively an three fe male and an errand man one of Shaws friends and equally The principal actors in the of were Dudley nnd Thev were in a most extraordinary condition of good It is of no OUaJlIllJUll VJ1 use for me to try even single dosli at a description of their know I shouldnt To my Susie Mnrtyn looked as interettiog as I suppose Harry Farley thought only ue was too lazy to say it Har ry was to be but he came very nearly forgetting all about it so Susie had to hunt him up just at tho last moment She found him lying ou the lounge in the sitting with his eyes half shut and a cigar between liis Being too lazy to the cigar had gone out iiirelia had invited him to he und occasion to enter this elobking and to el ssecret sorrow once more to in tbe best I odd how fond people are of sBow Fr private I knewatel captivated tliree separate girls appointment in early that he i moile rather a good thing myself of the td is akin to nmni people kke to get pity or rivate little i have them the end tte complete Shaw understood all this as used to AureUas he what to Heajghedmcm than He toned np iu addition to there are also a pastry cook and two female a baker and his aud three coffeeroom The ewer depart which bos charge of all tho consists of a yeoman and two female as sistants The gentleman of the wine and beer prooerly her Majestys chief has a salary of He has to select and purchase wines for the royal to superintend the de canting and send them up to Kelt to him art the principal table with a year each the but nuked tbat there be no yield ing to popular without Uie adoption of for tbe George Otto Trevelyan waa appointed Chief Secrvlary for and a new election Whatever orator or eage nwy say f old age is atill old Dead he is but for the utist never Music is the universal language of 1 j A boys will is tlie winds euimu a heart of his inn ivinirA of a Waytide lo take Burkea place for An important development in connection with tbe murder of Lord Cavendwb and ISurko obtained by tbo DubbD authorities on tbo 9th It appears tbat young men eni ployed in a railroad flbop were witnettses of the i They were ndinj throngh rhicutx PaA on when the four awanins atj Tt CoUn tidied tbeir and tho natural impuLe Tbo of a no llie Jiatl put bur IU n a Touch no mora 1 It will make thy beart won To 1U very com turned in the morning larga majorities for cutting down the Repub lican onehalf or more in districts where thresult should have been tho other By these means Lynch was defrauded of more than votes to which he was fairly and Chalmers was given an apparent majority of The Republican party has not a more i solemn or imperative duty than the rec tiGraition of this great It can i afford to moke any sacrifice ani pinT 1 i fair i juujjuit Mill Bejajiuc era represent that a con dition prewdent to this desirable end is that the denunciation of the Southern people in Congress and in the Northern press must not be These may I be efficient means for reliving Repub licans in the Northern but tlie Bourbons would not ask any better cam iraien literature than such speeches furnished for tiring the Southern heart and keeping the South solidly Dem While every girl and woman should of the two men to to the wgUtancc of Cavendiih and Borkewu checked by the threat that if they approached nearer the bloody knives would bo tnrned on They aafety in A Dahlia dispatch of UK llth imt that Sir William Harcourt been ap ftiied that an Iriahman now in Liverpool claims tn cigar had gone out with a Susie pulled him violently off tlie ond tab with the I 5 u lounge and boxed his thereby with with sluikiug the cigar ashes all over his their duties being to snperistend the York corrnpondeiit vitifil liia I 11th M i of tbonftiU llcnxt tf ilutirowt Boul CTOM Uie bridge tin yon to 1 a prorerb and ol ticelltnt tMitn As HDIO Uu bow the cord Su unto the man la woman Though ana benda ibe him drmwl hxi yet the follows eacb wlUioat tne sliakiug the cigar asiies on ovcr i tiiejj dunes being to snpenatend the nntil his consciousness re laying out of the Queens table before tamed sufficiently to enable him to I dinner is The plate pantry ia stand np with I strongly BUS unaer the care of three pect tho only reason why Harry hod I gaUries of re married Snsio long they hod been three years betrothed was that he could ftlia not nerve himself np to the task of get ting were readr the happy pur stood after wearisome pro nounced them man and the usual Dudley was lery bnt he did He had made an arrangement not a comfortable little in Jble Banking objection beujg Tbe Dineton desired tat lesoonsibleanarried Xovhevas so he feltmtf like to a good deal about lore seating himself am at the maidens he pheai 1 upon the left regional t front it was the t with dark green fin melUauoas bat hMWBl has flOaWJl BlUeUlCB W4 besides lodgingmoney end board and ail These offices are of great trust end are not seeing that at a rough guess tbe gold and silTer plate at Windsor Castle alone is probably worth about and includes some very precious specimens of art workman The getting in of her Xajestys coal must be an important and ardootu as no fewer thin thirteen penone are employed all the year roond on thk doty little one i tnd MTI M can poi nana on me York from London on Uie llth It u understood n tbe Ihah bill U now and tbat it in eompheatad for nlorau Umdli Itt bcwlut ouiMCvM loyal U truth and aacrel pra ftMloiM of iromixuaon oa tbe Iriah bill U now and tbat it pro I Bowen and f and iaUrnc of UVMIU1K and with tolerable and in nearly identical with the bUl drawn Tlw An lady who has spent some time in writes enthusiastically the beauty ot the The men are simply gorgeous handsomest in the The first of then she the Captain of a Danube Ah what wooia the world to If the eaUdnia mm no moral than Ike dark en ea to with Ida riekta bearded train at n And tto Boven that cnw v aad ane soon found that he was only a fair specimen of the grand fellows with taste and magnifi boy dozing by the way to my while it is in a majority in the HefonniBf tbe Democratic fuij fnm the Apolitical analysis of the vote by which the Tariff Commission bill pawed the House of aa well as the debate that took place on it before the final vote was clearly es tablishes the fact tbat the Demi era tic party is hopelessly divided upon the tariff Thishas been apparent enough before to careful observers who have watched the growth ot the new de parture from the old Bourbon motto of a tariff for revenue only bnt since the last Democratic National from grace ofjta OttL in her own adorn should i use her own judgment aud not buy just plus of a free ballot and because a thing Get what yon I must be established H and b r thi k the party can have no more convenient need u prob opportunity to assert themi than at this I fa thfl but whit solid benefit will it be to you Ur it is somejoxury for the that yon can as well do without before yon spend your Or you need a new new new new or new dress yon are tempted to buy something a little handsomer thsn yon had and while yon hesitate tbe dealer says to Its only a trine end see how far prettier it Bnt before yon stop to Will yoa be the better a year much leas in old squandered yourmonev Sit not wiser lo lay by something for a rainy day Ah1 these luxuries gratify you only fur the mosaent you soon tire of thfry and thenonly permanent effect by such little not rainons in the ag tataL that the fleet saaiority of iUes are kept eosaperatiWly ad IsswSTtSilesBon to think The Ureat Salt Salt is seventyfive miles long from northwest to and about thirty miles Kor tho must port the luko is and its Kurfacit u feet alwve sto Tho out lines of the lake ore somewhat particularly on the eastern The lake lies in a vast valley or busin of the and is fed chiefly by the waters of Utnh which are conveyed to it by tho river coming in from the and by Bear which emptier its waters into it from tbo There are nine islands in the the principal one being or Church in the The rngfloods greatly increase tlie size of spreading it over extensive from it recedes as the summer wears As is well the lake has no outlet The water of the lake is and is salty as to form oao of tho purest and moat concentrated brines of which we have knowledge it contains twenty two per cent of chloride of slightly mixed with other The lake no but immense num bers of wild and swans frequent its island The first known mention of the lake was by Baron Hontan in who gathered some vague notions of its existence from the Indians west of the Mississippi General Fremont explored and described it in 1813 and was tbe first whito man to navigate Halt Lake the Mormon according to the census of a population ot against in Advice to a garrulous man OohCgher If trees have M some trees must have cork SwK wrote the book of James m the qneatiair there has been no snch formal demonstration against bee trade M M contained in tbe speeches and the Tariff Ooawiissino Uladu o tote content tha saga in meditation aodaot to be made bone of contention ttj quiet an denied bjdr asked tho In describing one of them who ahe He came in derk said that a stranger Mse after sskiaa and pamctha pries for a says J M robes in an He wore the ensUiest the Behest setiMandtne ol Hi wore a firdle of taDd Ui She hrf Her own dear looked withloveM mmm UK hUowatthetootof the Bojir Don Fun ii not satisfied with this life we all Heaays Happy A more nonrntellectnal 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