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   Camden Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1879, Camden, Maine                                MARCH BUSINESS SURGEON OFFICE OVER TBK POST Ale 22 Merriam Manufacturers and Dealers In Have constantly In stock a full line of MENS WOMENS and JHILDUENS Boots and Blloes In every Cheap as tbe cheapen SrOasn IN COFFINS CASKETS PRICEI OREATLY Corner ofGratnat Kim 4Mr Over Clevelands Mtf STEAM DY3 And Fancy Dyeing Water Strco Established BARBIER Awarded first premium at Maine State Fair This well known establishment Is conducted by a flntoloas Freneb Any kinds of drejs roods In tbe plooe or In gar mints Gents garmnnts repaired and ready to Carpets and Lace Curtains Send for circular and price Velvet trimmings of sleighs dyed and restored to tbelr prlmltlveaolot without y42 Dresa Kl MAJNE Licensed for tlie Public Ou landlord would be reiy That lie If be Just gather where he bad not By making what was years his own And leaving yon with naught to how Whore all your caab and credit be la generous to a And opens wide his vintage vault Well stocked with botb rlcb and Dear for your especial While sane and sober you appear But If oereome by bis good At bo lakes you by the ear Tour well lined pocket be And kicks you out In your shirt sleeves And If you shnggl e or He calls police with club and This noisy be My peace uiy patle nee tries A quiet bousu la my 1 bate a brawling blatherskite This drunken nnlsancepieaso Ancliyoar efficient service Good why do stop and As if the thing were not all fair Within the letter of tbe Let all good people stand In awe My license Ive paid the 1 bave tbe parchment day and date Wbot I have done the law And we can bave no drunken And your assistance I Gome please bear a V This victim without more Tbe meshes of the law goes through A night In the cold lockup Of misplaced confidence could How dear some people wisdom trust tbe specious Next morning wllh a rnotely No longer no longer Our prodigal adorns tbe dock now does be meet tbe trying sboek not without a sense of i He then and there denies bis name Tbe mans braised face and mnldy Tbe secrets of bis case disclose But one tblng makes tbe matter His fingers clutch an empty purse Drunken disturber of tbe On oath watch and Tbe wllbjuUleo The culprits plea for grace Arid thus thostatute law dollars One and cost In tbree months That means a quarter in the Save friend or stranger go hlu The real criminal is still at Preparing paupers Tor tbe public DVeftnrning tbe work of church and Ihat ignorance may nUowltb which Afterwards she was buried where they When their mother ran after the the little girls sat where she bad loft for awhile each playing with To amuse them their mether had givon them her two hoops of They had tbeii own little ears pierc but as yet there were only threads in Their father had promised that when he made LIB they should have gold earrings like their But their father was buried in the their mother was It did not seem likely they should ever have any of these nice things that they had been promised when they to children and they Were en larid again and not stuffed into steerage the crowded Ship and they had no doubt that theirmother weuld catchthe boy with the They played with the earrings and stared at tbe pedestrians and at the with no anxieties about their until they grew Then the youngest began to stays a long said the Let us go and for and tell her wo want Arid away they hand in each clutching her The eldest was a handsome girl ol eight the youngest a little sixyearold wonderful to contemplate They spoke only of As they wandered on locking for their andgrowing more and more frightened at every there came marching up Broadway a military pro The bugles the drums the banners a crowd of hangerson tramped over the Rough men and boys took no heed of two from pntlyllnes dows of the bouses thrown to the pav Btr tfie oH man lamfed could scarcely carry at thtf tiop both perished in an rousioian died the fn were over never pity for insirpo One day she called hinij Ictusl humble means pf ti the i I cannot earn liM he hasiarned min swung id win Poor Papa was and his the open windowC said tat girt if it might be earn herlfvTug bj apply ardent trust in tilml partof yoiiiht shftfj and nladotfi the great the thVhdtllwtf ICatiI see servant vhi 1 IWeiUt said the manshei Doetts organabout bat had inspired The kind music lessons nd they could her as aud their cnce at an end if as iy Sure music t her beautiful id heardthroUgb Certain she Mer to yofoe where to latnfe Which is Tf u lJ UI19 VTfU fcllO tie who had clung to the railings of the was left procession and the crowd had she still sat weeping What a beautiful said one or two spoke to her but she did not and could net At last iythrough the she to which stood ie pritaa donnas i tsbe asked timid sweredher tim j young girt he voice bbaut vetswept tdwafd youito say to me Bianca waa e suddenl thing jiends ladyWoreihat wsian ea said a soft ady clad tavel Wttat have ioCliujwr In OU oau always lind at tbis Hal Thtriils nO uau always lind at this Uaket In their appropriate a good assortment of COnSED PoVLTBY VEAL tAMB Cash paid for Hides and Culf at Gould GOULD July 7 How to Manage Your A wife must learn how to form her husbands happiness by seeking to know in what direction the secret of his comfort lies she must not cherish his weaknesses by working upon them must run cennter Her motto must be never to She must study never to draw too largely upon the small stock of patience in mans nor to increase his obstinacy by try ing to drive if to have If irritation should a woman must expect to hear from most men a strength and vehem ence of language far more than the oc casion as well as stern aro to this exaggeration of language let not a woman bo tempt ed ever to say anything sarcastic or violent in Tbe bitterest repentance must needs follow such in dulgence if ehe Hen frequently forget what they have themselves but seldom what is uttered by their They are for for bearance in such whilst asserting most loudly that they are they are often conscious that are tlWlU aVesTlnslit black Iswblte I him her rriuL r Know that State Urblwn to Ihe That takesu fee for little or moio T Spend Your Money at Hornet It is your home you cannot improve it much by taking your money away te spend or There is no way of improving a place so much as by encouraging good good and good people to settle among and this cannot be done unless you spend your money at Spend your money at for that is where yuu get our money at because when it is necessary to get it is of your own town merchants you have to get and they must wait for tbe money spend it at Spend your money at It will make better business lor your mer chants they can and will keep bettor assortments aud sell at lower rates than if the only business they could do is what is credited while tbe money goes to other Spend your money at Set the example Buy your dry goods and you will see a wonderful change in a short time in the business outlook of the therefore deal with your merchants at The Story of two An Italian vessel had reached the shores of passengers had The wealthy had been taken to their hotels or their friends homes in The poor who still had somecertain destination and some one to greet and had been led away under the friendly guid after many embraces and much or had taken cars and omnibusses purpose of reach ing their homes and the welcome that awaited and for were wandering vaguely about the prey of emigrant poorest and most forlorn of sat upon a bench under a great tree and wept waa a She was young and of the pleasant Her hus band had died upon the Sho had not a friend in and some thief bad stolen her purse from under her as sho slept between her little children in her berth in the steer Sho had only a great with a few shabby and these two and a pair of which sho sell for a little all the As she stared out upon the which had swept away the body of her dead and which still covered she was very If it had been the Lords will that I also should be buried in the she I and rny And sho bent her head upon her hands her eyes were blinded with tears she saw nothing of what was going on just caied the eldest The bad boy has car ried off our Tho poor creature started to her She stared wildly about A boy was running away at full speed with tho bag of clothes on his back Uttering a she began to at full People stared at but did not know why she or un derstand that the interpretation of her cry was stop The boy outran her very her breath failed her She saw him turning a corner of the and regardless of the cars and carriages in her dashed across the There was a crash a policeman strode out upon the crossing and stopped the and and the body of tlio Italian woman was lifted from tho ground her black hair fell over her her eyes were her face and the yellow handkerchief about her head soaked in No one knew any oldjnijn listened pretty he said We will find your and mean you shall have supper with me and my See what a fine Hewill hands with shake hands with the pretty little and Tho monkey put out one brown paw and took off his velvet cap by the crown with the His pranks amused the She trotted along by the side of the ergan ond had macaroni witb him in a dismal little room in a terrible old tenant She had no doubt that he could find her mother for mother and her little sister Francesca for Bienca was only six years and at that age we are always But the old man after the frugal went about to do what he Making a B0NBY TRIES TO TBE MTSTEMES OF A PB1KTINO It was an exceedingly cold night and hugged tbe stove he passed the time in reading a and she sitting lock ingat any preface she dropped the With so much force did it strike the hearth that Bunby stopped his reading and looked Over the top of his specia ls had a happy thought quickly it was transmitted to said you remeijjber some time time ago you promised to tell toe how newspapers are but some other 1 Again he tried to content her with but it was of no avail she just how odws papers put 3e The longer he toted the impatient she and he felt Seeing that postpone ment Was 6f Ho he beaVed a sigh laid asidehispaper and relnotahtly began to unraval for bis wifes edifi cation the inner life of a In the first said the copy issout td the Where dries the copy come from she queried tbe editors and of I it is given to the typeBetters sit on it no they are the ppsitors they compose the and then set it Buthow does it sit He drew another long and calmly replied The editors compose the then send it to the composi typesetters it Wlfit Yes tbe types up so that theyjsadW the copy A She did not quite but saw by tbe whiteof his eves that it would not be well to question him too so she bided her time and he went the matter is that when some typs is knocked over or dropped on the it is use and is called by Ihe Ho thought ho had gottos but the irrepressible wife continued Where do they make tbo form up On the stone was ths What kind of a round WIT AND WISDOM a fiat of level I when the form is mads up it is put on a printing and the edition goes to What do they press the papers for They dontpress the press means and after they are are circulated throughout the I and after waiting some little time for him to Bunby that all yes he grumbled from behind the paper he had Silence He read en undis turbed fully an His wife having regained her hold on the was in twirling at tbe samejimo while looking iotently the galley JfotiAMarryinO v They were side by side to gether on the in the most ap proved fasbioiLrbis arm enoir cline her taner 1 hs you must haW road my heart ere tbisyou must know how you have certainly boon attentfvefsata do yonJ love mel Will you be my wife Of things nol nor any ones el iLiazie meai A clock at the Paris Exhibition flrssl off a pistol The exhibitor plained that it was to kilt Whatever objection may1 be to it ii at least that it makes boy Why ii pawnbroker like a drussV Because be takes the bat cannot always keep An lady from the South laid ahe goujd imagine all the came until she saw fa a New England town V large Smiths Manufacturing Praise ii pleasing to the mind that it iithe original motive ef almost all our The Utah Commercial baa the follow ing certainly does not smell much like the t Hot Hot Hot Hot Hoi Hot Hot Hot the The Bowdoin Orient ef a possibly dreadful state of things under which dispeosationBowdoia Might become a second A man down East has a New foundland named Ben The pup went to a peighbors the other and stole a A Albana speaking of a aotel one Davis says the hotel betb here and at weald advise all wheu furnishing him te This means prayers will from the deepest dungeon climb heaveas bring blessing Jtanum The papers say that while Mbfison was entertaining a party in her clothing caught fire and she was She have invitedWeW slow and stupid people et uer thing about They carried her to the hospital thence to tbe morgue could to find tho childs soon learned the He knew Bianca was the child of the poor woman who had been killed and though be kepi the knowledge to himself with a dread of mysterious Personal conse quenccs peculiar to who do not quite understand thn laws of the and scarcely to be wondered he generously resolved to take care of the little to whom he did not tell the Bianca believed that her moth er would soon come until she forgot her grief but the old man bought a little bit of black ribbon and suspended to it tho solitary part with he It is a memento of your pretty lie had a little poetry in his as most Italians though ho was only a poor Every day when he went out with his monkey and his he took the child with She liold the into which the patrons of this cheap concert dropped their After he taught her to sing some littfe Italian children can always sing and it was no loss to him to have adopted this little for ba half as much The child brought him One day a musician heard her and offered to teach her to sing Her voice was full and She studied care She was beautiful and Sttrac As she grow up the old man lue gau to see that he must no longer take hur into tho Stay at pretty ho Study at the A better fate awaits you than to sing baforo windows and catch ponnies in a The girl was glad to She worked harder than ever to She kept the poor place neat she cook ed her adopted fathers meals and made her own cheap garments Hope rose high within alas fortune was at The old man made very now that his young singer was not with One day the monkey was killed by a larger one who threw it from tbe ropes where the Come along said tho beautiful young you are of my I know it by your accent We have the i Shelled her to her sumptuous apart and closed let me know what you came sho Bianca bent nor came for something she said can onlythink of one thing now hoop upon your What is it Where did you get it And you you are She faltered and bit of said the is all I have to remind me of mv lost i wear it for And be have been told it may be a means Shebroke off and covered her faco with her did you notice the ring she Of whom do 1 remind you my said My who on the day of our arrival in this left mewith my sister upon the She was killed in the though I did riot know of it for years An old good and but very for I never saw my sister I came to see to ask you what one could do with a good voice and lovo for but with little musical I heard you were what does it mean As we eat oh that benih on the my sister and our mother gave us each one of her golden earrings to play See I have mine She drew it fiom her name cried the prima said the I am Franceses cried the Sho held out her and the next moment the two girls sobbed upon each others Franceses had been adopted by a rich who had developed her great talent by all the means in big And now sho herself was winning fame and A great joy had come to her in tho restoratien of her and she took her at onco and forever to her an3 And the old in the comfort of a luxurious home and tho society of his adopted who soon fol lowed in her sisters and be came a great found himself well repaid for his kindness to the or sing to holds SeVenteenlfrie whst is Brevier kiud of type that is pis the eye and easily I v the printers get a stick he went they the printers different from the compositors he a little out of tem they are one and tbe I When they get a stick full of as I was about to they empty it on a And in throwing it upon a dont it go all apart they lift it from the and place it very gently en a gal whats a galley long article made of in which matter is kind of and how do they prove it Will you wait a if I will try and give me he nettled a little at her crossexam inati All go on when it is set is called and when the first of it is they call Impression of what typol when it is first printed on the that is call cd a and they the matter call it proving plian and en dud peace and his days in Did you ever hear the story of the fellow when about to get burst out His father asked him what and the son replied that be was ashamed to get His father told him he should not be and to brace him up he said Your motlier and I got replied the but you married and Ive got to marry a strange I Does the galley print it the devil Oli John she cried in tones of re Why will you use such words I was not The appien tico around a printing office is known as the Oh The proof sheet which he after going to the proof is re turned to the printers and tbe correc tions are made in what The my It is then given to the the proof the What does he do with it you wait a moment The foreman takes the matter and places it in the What kind of a form Au iron wljpn it Las ail the news in it which is in and it is locked is called a Locked up How With quoins and Sticks and kind of coins Not but q And what aro they Goodness any more ques tions A he is small and is wedged in between the chase and sidesticks with a shoot ing A shootingstick How docs it shoot Sheets tho quoins intoplace witb the aid of a thanks to you and my other gentlemen Fred winced a little whether at the romemberanco that unpaid livery bill or the idea of Lizzie sleigh ing with her other gentlemen I cannot positively many do you think my sisters have had Not the sign of oitbor of Such pretty girls as May and Nellie so much attention as they used to have am fond of going to tho theatre as well as a lecture or concert and I shouldnt like it if I proposed attending any entertainment to be invariably told that times were hard and sir am band couldnt afford and than to have him sneak then if once in a dogs age hs did condescend to go with mo any where in tbe I shouldnt lika to be left to pick my Hay along the slippery places at the risk of breaking my while he walked along un consciously by my Im of a de clinging and I need the protection of a strong tbis is all tho youngest in our and wore Whats the whole world wken his wifes widow to a taan perhaps 1vo been At all I know it would broak my heart to have my husband vtint all the illtemper which he eonceals from the world on rny defenseless Lizzie I promise you that Oh Pred I know whal you aro going to you will ba diOcr cut but Mary and Nell have tuld mo time and again that no better husbands ever Fred as a lover you arc just and I shall bate awfully to give you If you arc bout on there aro plenty of girls who have not married or who ace not wise enough to profit by their if they And dont fret about for Ive no doubt I can find some one to fill your But before Lizzie had concluded muttering to ears Fred made for tho something unmentionable polite TtiLiV exclaimed as tbe dour closed with a I know he was no belter than tlio Thats the wuy John and Aluck and slum the doors when things dont go just licd make a bear of a husband but Im sorry he came to tho point so for he was just splendid Sruntteict The husband of a beautiful upon returning home one was met by one of his all clap ping his and Nuying has been here hes such a nice man he kissed us all and mother tool Pride is a not the ist be is a like is timcs virtuous and sometimes tccording to the character in which it ii and tbe object to which it is Says a Westers editor If we es cape the hog cholera this there will be a large surplus of pork next Because says hs lives su you must not infer that hell go baalc on a tenderloin Re The undertaker smiled Be cause ho knew she would To light with blazing The slow delinquent kitchen Sprightly young lady Im afraid I have a very large Pelite tkop man miss We have lots of much larger Swearing is properly a superfluity and can only be con sidered as a sort of pepperooru in acknowledgment of the Devils right of Now if you have got any weeddisg you want done Im your earnestly exclaimed the tramp was at the back door of a Danbury looking for A having lost her husband was inconsolable for his Leave me U my she sobbiog you kuow the extreme sensibility of my nerves a mere nothing upset Great joy sometime proves Therefore it is witb misgivings that we announce to tlio world that a ilassachusclts baseball player hanged himself a few days Young do yon ever drink asked a mildlooking accosting thank M it is a cold morning I dont re plied removing his quid ef te do it any said the mild or you will be Good bless We promise according to our aid perform according to Mr They were speaking of the prolly Couutess of whose alasl is not equalled by her She never opens her mouth unless it is to say sourthing says a Never was another friends reply shes a woman that its a pleasure fa see speaking To rejoice in the prosperity of another is to partake ef William 1   

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