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   Pella Visitor (Newspaper) - December 28, 1882, Pella, Iowa                                Vfcifavt IVOLI ME MARION DECKMHKR 1S82 MM HER FOK THE v t i IIALU jriiu ll li ml in We mention thin to illustrate the fact tluit richo arc little oomjiared to and that every woman may Am s well if she in it in her duty to herself and theme around her to dress as well aa her position will j Those who accuse us who of the and yon who of frivolity and forget it is just at easy to drew well as il in to dress and that to drcMH out of fashion rejuires as much eijtenditure of1 thonghl and an to dress in A Zunl There were two unmarried of the house a nephew HU wloptei T h nephew WAS an yellow lilnc eyel upe initi of tribal a and tli darling of the whitehaired Old One after I hud presented the hiler with n pane of d nega tive ventured to compare her My flattering ack nowledgments of this compliment mad decided of tinold hitherto restrained The lovirnorsjiared his youth no more than than Wilh irotiv The Family Milk I i OUR TOUXG HMtlnx fur With little tint the limy ODO mlzht and her be down from her hid inil not till In the far without fch venture lo cjurlUe tldinzi As U bid For Im not I with in An theres a 1 cupboard in the corner with sucl Bnt here Aunt Lucy began tiling She played on the and sang lively nongn made hem langh nnd drove away tlifir lfiu cheat ones Then all joined iu round and the mistreri nnknov n OF his and pive the will to Some ittle time JUrward they had a dur loif IOXOBAXCE is the mother of ing which aho tore the will up and riag throw the into The THE nature of bad news the husband pickel up the pieces and lllwu Ulto Sirriacik MY know that Chaucer was early as to a certain successively maid of honor to JtOTBL SPAIN tons ot Britain TilK peanut mdnstry of the United TuE wort of is to the all jwonle To IfJI li world an I umre Uld ken Tihil from K I k till yon find Audi And Hal pi KbCon UH Uwr made for l up B trajr they in t a Ami ou nil rlnirinE their mcu ball to bo dinlikcil of but said he would make a new several ream afterward In died smalliox on his bia clothes twine searched before burn the envelope with the pieces the will inside it was Inciily found and given to his This braud plucked 1 stSln ii valued at showed iu my Chaucvr tor and there Is increasing prob ability tliut she was the daughter of Sir 1iiyiie who came fmui HitinaiUt with If when hir sister Katheriue riisl Sir 11 null it was not in Tiir Boston Albany Railroad proietty located at Boiton nt is tho location of the tin ore pit discovered on tho TilK American Cotnjiany at AILI ir II tlii TUy v Their laughter was wam Win cheery and trfir correct as those of more And when they were iu tli tide of play under Susys leul the ladies o t ad iiudo their wav to a cheap store not far din Mittens dozen were bright and Then tinre was a rapid ing over of toys midmall lie hours work from tie ChristiiMS tree vcri oiis triiles in the pr of ill tie ir it 11 eled little time or t nddil tn the fancy supper pi diritcr tast i ly of lid them elltillC tile I 1 Susy to her skippd waiting on the little blind tnt her did forct in on liv behind a chi 1 Vd bersaiieer of ie tirt tite of its now watehin a little uirl fiinnv she Im MI ilad ivnl Aflrt Miat unld itunre to firm util nl tbcir in oiTHI atil cr ami r mint KI wniti1 l a nvrr U tbr rra cut nil blMiu in I in lo v tones just I1V IVV11 of tl n a dillennt a f Ilowed by feliii lauglit me the mean that1 in and If inmbleonits wn t sp 1 of the VMUd M fr liioc collli of think Ill diet and weak I In I II and now and buy and without help from Hi wh iivii place at Tom thank you but f but to be nt THE progress of rivers to the ocean V not so rapid as that of the man to Tn who live on vanity must not expect to die of mortifica Hi loving aud you will never want for love be humble and yon will never for IXKIVP is sure to product the fruits of that in the bosom of Is the f which fate reserves for a bright there is no such word IM 11 man ia hero and an or and to tliat person he savs lias an enhanced The plant u rallied at t a lucky vord this no Rood of often in their that 11 the it i Jlt us pie bright as the one they were b with a wonder of a tree 1 ions hrnnehes ii i of Christmas it glow there1 in tinhappy even chatty it i lt I picked Ihe ll 1 there the And ll all oi the cvenim Ann th is here next lille uir i Iris ii 1ipible iive It A with in will make beauty nnd wit Koid Hi who is fale t duly breaks in the lie may in save a ty and is uler but and mid Ti nniMiint lirst tle e to Xapol 1e drove all relii III Bt til folllr do 1 her n r into She and saved aicd hi the t e murder would rc hrn neuy of divorces in New obably comes of an ovor craryculture and an under They are ton siiitry then is not noiig too much novels in the library and in the It is an nature to stand so much Eliot along with so little to ever of a man Letting pom u IVnnsylvaiiia nows the mystery of fried or from an Indiana who tinder iiiwardncss of hot corn ish butter or from any of ers in or the Northwest In th of th hadnt an idea en slie ha p four t ii rides a steephch tier own hori in has own wine wine and tobacconist ates and has her Km with sand hunting and cigars af ter is a capital of claret and and II Amontilhilo Iroui with her ia first rate shot with shot gun or rook I diiws her own and pays her own bills and though not has delightful way of ou her foot and ankle when puts r the oth r on sittin down that Id make ii prim end get her sat upon directly by the sly Yet she has never been know n to has refused more offers than the illliet ores eve dreamed of and it is taught the rrince of n leon bv stopping in the inaldlc of n him at a stito ball at kinghani ind refus ing to go Iveauo he held her tight er than she coiisidivd Von caut call a girl like that Hut knows enough to take care of and it her ciimiKiniimshipwiththe young swells of the and her imitation ol their talk and vays has taught her to friendship to their It vou to think of her mother as I head on her u 1 felt be of 111little girls seemed to about my aking them and Deemed to have so Riiil then I it w is di Int invite tlikind of that dont have d and 1 remembered Vni Mark Twains A militia regiment from Wo upon a to lie was put spokesman to soldier illists of the H me to speak r to id iH tlis the hilu in ily of I n t ti nt ail iitl 1 admiie hi pin iis I inv own in Gold on it as rapid in and passes through us hHg and busy a life as any known after it is it U made into com that into general it i pacd from hand bund until it is worn the legal Then it is and or is lor oine other On a cold coin w ill hist thirty years of ordi narv it the treshlyinined made mi iii linger or ear i or or It remain in and be passed dovvn unchanged in form from to the largest part ol the gold pi in the world lias a uneventful Let us tlliliis of n piceof gold in Call fornia lelind mid run into a bar on winch its and it cut to When it 1ceame to send to Kurojie to pay for goods bought in Kngland by American u banker bought this bar with and d it to It w taken t the bank oi thence to the liritish mint coincd into The coins were then in in the vaults of the bank of and there i until a year oro were taken out by a London banker to to Sew once more to the country ir thev were Kent first to office in and hence to the mint at where they wenrecoined into American or double 11 were in tile vaults of er iii New York where remain for or even I or are the two ill tv and n view be the gold iii i bank vault is nil the time illf a Ueflll bank of it viiitn Savntord have I and shlcvvd to boo surely sist her was only just not ol the end of her Whether she we Chaucer only d life by fools Who tor his fair noble dain vith thrir he Hked Ih TIIF lead product of the world is np vvUeii iHau llt w 1 tons are prwlnml in the Vniteil are twcntyeven cotton lories in Mexico working accordinK to oincial of cotton has immense salt Over pounds of d U W and lin cnue of collltlv lid Illil ipiasit for that fail of vvhose habit was kn to too exalted in ni implies il than one of ileep ami and saving lie hafor eiiht uRered fnmiwhat is without for re phiicien but one that nrivjne bill is a H Mi rurnivall s of the I 111 when of iailllts Ills t and when Chaucer a married man llut salt nre taken from one lake near the Mexican line Till IVsert of Sahara is being rapid IT redeemed by French enterprise Artesian wells in large numlxnt have leen successfully longest and oldest chniti bridge iu Ihe world is located iu It forma jierieot road from the top of one mountain to JmsET has industrial employing per whose wages amount MKI The capital invested nmounts to The are at vearlv wages of the at lluw Knsslan iirN Are the the World leit they bank may f tl th i ir own i Inn it about when rtvyou otijht to invite tinpoor the blind ill 1 will leg He call oil her dearest ir Im so sorry all out iu the country to visit prandf so I cant you And the n Im lo line some littltirls myself on Christmas and I want von to A lady to whom she neit went with n very grownup Tliank I should be Im but I have so many engage mentMamma is to have company that of wi 1 want me Theres something for almost every evening throughout the went no but with Chistnniwork to give help MI for a dav or two she IStit n Monday morn Aiidnianima kissed tho round d ring to herself That I should have waited all thee vears to have von teach mo little 1iiillis Lowest ih n train of live s is not unlikely she is nearer n lit in her of her fellowbeings than are the draconese of propriety who nvad her with but are willing to their bashful maiden the lirst libert ue or titled scapegrace whCMostubliliment and nutroll him in their eyes a desirable to thr nan in the fur West wants her jovs and sV him ma 1 k r liv faded calico to while Susie met in the hull another little crowd which mide up the she was to One of them limpd with a one carefully M by her sitr proved Eccentric John of smo Kaudoljili broke successively witli Pve which took in wonderingly Monroe and Jack things about Wns always a disappointed And theres Aunt said shed tvvf one of whom was partiMlly fan iliar with the climbed the of Af histwe d upon the lofty ridge of the 1 d the Iae ful which lies iMI feet tio ofthe and extends for i IIUM miles northeast and a of from thiily to forty miles eat to 110 I scape can onlook so deeply the interior of tor it occupies point of dry land tar as I am l before us it liea its shilling lies didoim tlroiih the ol salt w hich of and and shimmer and burn in the steady of ami heat which pnurs upon them from a cloudless 1 vallevs deep declension grows upon the sense and becomes more atho eve is held steadily upon and it H hut gave them ft emphasized by tinswilt declivity of the inclosing Drear and hitit stretdies its full length along m a frame of pninted v in strong and mighty line of chid they all nth clean and was a a iChristiuas cam told mammi all ir we e the bttbla for h1 Olll S M b p t I I v in for lor bin Thereis here t Slate Colts factory and where tho And have an all ti piity herethe Hartford h t me beseech dont go ii vay witlioiit seeing that timnd ou You mav think it a but go on and sec Think what it may be to your 1 generations who come herand Theres that same old Itis coeval with the Hood and will he nt with Ihrtford has a larger population than other city except and it is thohonestest city in the will do for I will rest niv case When asked to respond Isnid 1 I be tfad bnt there were reasons why I could not a would I never made a without getting together a lot tistics and being instructive who starts in upon a h preparation enters upon felicities and troubl m l broad nnne 1 perform it is in th is nctlv by bank of an it is I by the bank to redeem If itwere not liotes MOIlld dellllind Illlit not be Whenever any gold is impoitd tincountry it Tin not alltli law or it is ol any greater American mint mark upon it M is i or or rinan con i la iknown as nbullion ho im port old New York it to tho I makenre that they n what isnppoed have been sent iiom d and tested for 11 if thbanker t may take away the am it liht the iovernliiellt oilIs for it onei on tile freh nnd new i This r b allv not osily u fnll they i in more fa milur Th i from the bullion t h owner of th and it to I Iliiiimr anil tn lo atte II treat aid I itel hoWlMT itiiei mptd this ivnin i n tilled Iv ili tl aUi i tv Il tile poet r or tell hill foil but 0 to ellt It an le rl mi in lei I all and aigue li a v rave til Ill tie 11 i ry e dav a 1 II the girls r hand on MI Hi tailing I the lk nf n I i I the most il t om nker nu be lindv K imp i ymel nu 1 been watching of Tho 1 Mam aSusy ills ill h its the like to come here to make pared spetoli was b Cavalry regiment at Fort jis ocicntricities kept him ou the bor received a letter from a of In riper years he nueil a ranch at a for nnd an avarice ibstiuice read as follow Mv pirhaiS yon I buried huii Thirs onrng on spring and woman with a big ranch I dont mind the red devils but I havo jrk for any woman to any sergeant abont to or a if he is a like to have you m nt If he is a steady and wants a pood my if we think wo Its a good Please whichtook complete possession of lie had no family One who knew Iru said thit he did things which else could and hmade othersdo which they never did and of which they repent the days of their He fought n duel with on which occasion iu th Though leaving the summit at 3 and riding steadily down descending trails night settled upon us lefore we escaped from the canyon and reached the liorder of the By the brilmake a prcj liaiit moonlight we were enabled to trate the trail along the rocky washes a prepared sjcdi met her sister in the on into the At when you are ami si come and see what n curious litwonj anj wcarv of get If miprep cle crowd has got she the known all at don t kuo OOP1 Speech Of Kta Tlie man Kech without a HIII of in I had thouirht of a great tiianv tilings thai I intended to In nearly all of these thins I have heard said here tonight I had thought it n man away down here on the list nnd he starts out I to say sonn thing prominnt and about the 1oot who had seen everything happened for 111 ihfv fought for for Thy 111 never lost a And the enemy lost a What 1 is to the Foot and I done One reason I a pre use I have sworn 1 have I would not make a prepared without stubs The advantage of h i that you start when you nlla the wild told man 1ive an never I have lor coning The is not th am m other it m tnie that all the gold that wmav some of which has comto this eoiintry in the pnst vear is in the form of American coin for at 1m t tho second having ineanthiic as lerinaii und Fiend The silver lccimse there is now no great Jovesniiieiit that silver Mexican dollars pass through Hi country to and are nt in the the s the humor drawn and t the tails to nature and fad t i Ill t if the thing in doe nt tills to l hiek ol fellial feeli entire V ho the I nil a man 1 editor of n piipr in Aside Inn vritinx with giand nnd prhap 1 produced convinc ing editorials on whih I was and in a column ofleitv which I knew the the paper ndav I boarded n a pb fre urkof i I ob and some iWeetelling hande1 Iik t brids nf llT The Our the luir fol its my mission you knew Suy told me yoa said she might invite l 11 1 to d her she might invite whom she but I confess 1 didnt r this kind of Look led the way first to the n A Cheer for the Give ii a tinboaWlvrt whllo I llircrowil ni TLv n1 ot rmntkr pass and had a at w not happen to a at man in front of in furl my paper and to I could plainly wns a hiimomu article aliout a young man went I see a young ludy and who by an augry father I that the fiit man would enjoy also hipped to jn jmnpination I followi1 him dovin the column to wliere the luugh coin silvr failing to anything a smile ou the man 1 thoitglit that he had accidentally kippd the most humorous nnd in I went buck him und again passed UTIT thrilling dialogue be tween the iriitfather mid the Still he didnt He form to India and own product i over in and Neither neat liritian sirall the port with tinnil It this ino ctorv all at an end if it n vvnat th betrothal IlaC bridgrooni down upon 11 great Inr tli bride takes from her tinker ives It to the win the Bift by The mother criiinblei u bread over diingliters hn folds the image of hi patron saint over wellbrushed AH sing 11 wedding guests each bring forward ji of sumo Win Miys it is bitter and Ipon this the kisses the bride the supposed lo bprovided by salutes the and takes hi on which the with a time cvning thlover con home with a present Miinething good t gn He rather uwkvund it about pair m a inginis nl their of III ip bv the I KifS o fiimerv n maid th and v ash dress her I her Thin rtnrn and the bride s father hisfutiiie soninlaw Ihe inarnt por which homwitn mm in a at ba eltlg ry time and ciploration have long on his hind leg drawn from out the ancient story most dont know when to of its fearful is I once heard of a man who tried to Vallev and is still and will remain a re be A number of strangers gion of Indians familiar will its eat in a hotel vonng will wait until he finishes the l aud then collectively at all the good Iresntly lie lai He accepted a special mission to Itus Ive s sia spent ten ilnys ill that went on thence to wliere he qent professed a iv sense of Belfrespect much to hope from herself to sink into a lucre from the furtlier career of were no results of whatever be her which his she ve all that I thonsht I could i iu and bleaching n Christmas bnt the Lord nmnr a skeleton warn him to mer her faco liti Once lost within its and iiieb of it Ive spent upon Hia j mans doom VTithont water What will wanted i to cool his fevered the swelter I Wo must j jug airdrives him to agony and bewild those children feel i crment Confused he wanders without while well slip out j by do what is gives imagination rein to demure little things they j with his judfrment Beholding heaven preparwi otinff u if ther felt which thej at last in the mocking of of tlio jt AaniA nl One sat off to 1L Finally all Wer Or t0me of his near relation who dum hcd this Gone to the Imt The cook v A giSto The Thanksgiving turkiy is ol those institutions which are indissolu the blv with the traditions asked the other I nsed to and and taliiiiff i prfmbd I looknl eipeetniM find the fat man iu an almost bv 1 found him 1 rtlauiitii wh wus uiiultii to read one of my Irac The nit lie for the bdv her hair and her back They are bv tho ciremonis of the Orek Churdand the old folks never to the Hullroud Erlrlluiu aiid and his were travel ing on the Memphis aud Charleston roiid Tliey hud the time of which had The rroi ditctor full fares iu as they refused to put off the train at a small remained in great discomfort Thev were somewhat too bv the force which their resistance madnecessary in ejecting Iney sned Judge 01 friends could cpeak with looKinjr ll mej icii I i jjj few of Uad ever he unfa to die in the r nt Cnn been in sncha room Stion of hi strange conduct was be found more i wife and the tor of the Gencrahssimo milliners art oau in tion of the Iww in the hair may of a lady of rank who fascinating from and home in early life be ci aigrette and a cotton cnnse she resolutely chose fTd prettnv may lapreacher m preference lo as we of wealth ami position who WM i a cotton eolipM cwtor tor her There all orer the looks moat like yoa eoald ptA And thewi red to the httened np shmy the the United States in in tructiie i and if yon remain we will Spcjjdnc in a general the turkey the plowman I try and furnish better weather tomor fa uUcll tUe onght to feel expect to rest Simirirond The average if he had i iu ludicrous and at the same time tnie to Mtore thtt people laugh it Artemna Ward not a bat hewaitho drollwt man tho country hacerer Writew who make their effects bybyperbole are not hu Genunebnmor YM aoon tire of hoke between opulence and and other paaible and un1 the than one to probate by Sir The teitator was widow of a poari OB board a Chanl jSito Among the clauM filed jnstit ia one from her for two BUIUtIILvt 6Xftpt pending liodily iujiiry and his resist ance will excuse force necewary t idira ilied in When tlicre is a dbpnte on the been appraised if to pay the and rjcover it in rabaeqnent nut against the IK Jkllvilie was nu ore of a 4 I rt WLnUU IOr nwii o from pabljo or ynvato J m nwU fOto bnt notw nnwi j M   

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