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   Camden Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1885, Camden, Maine                                AMDEN JUKE 24 CAJllifEJV unu AND OF II Mnllsaruiiot closed Ull within ilvo of for I mull wliloh closes nt 0 the previous Enrlyirnall Monday moininB nol cluscd til oclock Snhdiiy Armcsfl Applelon and Thursday and Sntimlny at 8 00 Arrives Wednesday anil Krlduy at Llncolnvllle dully nl ft Leaves PortOffleoopon Sundays from to Flolchur j EMf STREET Morning and evening services at anil Sundny School Just ancr morni lug meeting Tuursdity evening f and owning services nt m ud sauuulh school after morning MrvlnVTnQter meeting Thursday evening 4 T till Belli Jl Pnitor inrdumbly Siliool aeetlng und Wcdmstlny meeting Friday THOHA1 HuKltr Services at nnd Sundny School at 11 Morning ami evening services at and Sunday fcliooljust nnor morn Ing OTHER 4 UtTV LODS B Af A Staled Communication boroio full Coombs Muster Ken s Beanidr Wednesday of IIS of Jl Slaloil mocilnV every Monday fl Fitzgerald Ahnn IIAtTlK of F State Tuosiliiy T Hose AT GEO Stu Oil lalert Ileollngs Every Monday Post commander Wcul sober I will stole that Angtis i Ins lilmsclf had never seriously onlor Absolutely This powder never A marvel ofpurl si length and More roonom than tliettrdinnry and onmtot uo sold competition with the multitude or low ten short iilum or phosphate 80 only in novAt JIAIUNO roWDBii 1 MECHANICS TEMlLE OF Mccllim Second and fcurth Tuesday of Ckorles Joy For Deranged Dyapep Sick Loss of and all arising from an you fjm Pure 8tate of will esJLJLno Remedy has a better perience than the true most gratifyM Atwoods Ing change If you feel all run frequently a feWIT languid close are suffiIWI and hard cient to entlrelyA knowing relieve all unpleasantly what Is the You are M trouble with cautioned against try the base and worthless tion put up in the same bitters shaped Take JM only the true Trade Photographer Opposite Bay Physician ami will clovoto 11 IP Utno nnd nuiiiitlon to dm pmctfccpf trtediclno ami Office nml Elm SI nearly oppo slio Itny View Sumo as formerly occu by utr Culls attended to oy ilay or AUGUSTUS lylB Physician and OfUco over Burds Shoo whore he may be ound f 124 MILLER Uuous mr Adams Boot und boo Counsellor at Stmonton lias tnndo such tirnwgnn tlmt ho Oil n devoto Iilmaulf exclusively to olllcu hours from 1 to 12 itml from 112 to A nml will nUeuil Jy to itouiunils Itsfl tor lo nnrt mnblng of wills nnd to ull ciisca CM trusted him In the rrobiite uml 6 u prom Judicial Courta of Knox ntifl Wulilo Count Tlio papers of We firm ot cim bofouud with J PHYSICIAN M CAM Mcrcliaiit Tailor MaJnc Ilooms Ooer Oainden National 48tr Wlmatmllair ImtJMny 19sweetest Or tlio royal Juno uotnpUtesl Lilies crowned the MnyQticon Juno IIIH roses In her Mays white drifts of tippleblooms Dripping WDJO wJU luis honeyhearted clover That tlio boca oer nod Wlioslmllsay thni May Is swoottst Or the roynl Juno cotnplotoal Voy blow blrdaons from lici1 Junu Ima joywings of lha llllllO UlllCllBO One It was Sunday and children small SiUonlhcfllfilrd In the Mglitctl Voxei flni tronljJcjt and To learn for Sunday tho forgotten Only thicu words on a gilded ttut both tlia cltlldron Icolnratt that Is It A will m cmlnnce ami n loving klu but one 1 dont see who lumoinl 1y do you Very grntully aho rntsed her Our and slowly AB site fondly inillod on I lie lilt lo 1 inn only nn I you are And this Is I ho dont Tbul I mini lovu ami you must lovo Wlso little could any engo lutcrjuvt lictttr he snored pngu tJit iv fit ten Tlio fullof iiol itnliho Heat ihoiuhisof men Unit never lltnl Dccaujo of Mulihnni spocoh nn tongue Sued music it na bourn i to wrlttun bars cnyo ivliBieln mo prUouail Tut nml strong rim gifts llrosenliuof llio muster gniml Tar common wir Through tho dliii nlslrs anil lofty vaulted imvo iliuls speech of ion loo Ocin For tncti of common cluy to not all who si a ml on occuna hi Ink And listen fjulftt to Its dfcfip Will consultas of Iho ores I oil the grandeur ofltij tliut swells ua from nowlli u w ibtci As girmd Jig Permis HUTU UK Vrpjifr service of tbc rtlio Hlorlry UHII milker with thtlr EOIIJH Ility ting m curly tluwn their tnuiin U even iwilier sonys ofyriiloliil Uid In Ihc UrcnlhliisliU3li Ijofnio thustunn hey slnyjsWLtl notes iiwull nlwiiy ho lie lofty ul whteperot iko moiin mid nml chiuit n pitying nit ttiHis chord In many u licro la some mimic lot onr every nd nil h for fioil tions mtuglit oil MISCELLANEOUS 1Vom Hie Heatiliful 1oiinnt A IIY Irclly Aiigustus Nichols sat il in I lie ciiliious of ip carpet Impatiently AND ncrnl Dare and Prcsonutlon or tlio Dead a Specialty muUllie Wood finish jIHeo M iluln ItosldoneoUUounUlndt Iy48 fitunufaclurer of Harnesses IK Grave and WHIPS UKPALO and WOLF Comer ofCaestnut A Kim WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY ABOUT FLOWERS HJTM E1I AN1 Procured by AUorneyktLaw and Solicitor or larks INBORN Will uelnCamdenlastof Juno nnl wltli intervals during tlio fall uiul ton ublo Uasl nod Ifeorougu tmre of can eominunlcnto at Camtlen ormallfrom nllpirts or Knox und Waldo Gos or leava orders nt ilieonice of toe 4 For some four yeursuust t Imv Buttered fiom AlniosCcvmylulim I nnd there was no one lulna tlmt fcollns sure that It woulil uuico wllli me About two months IIRO I intulo up my mind li try vour btotnticli rrevt otii lo tills 1 Imd been trctuud by iihyslciun nnd Imd nlso tried ovciy prcpnnitlun on inr tnnilff t tvllliout I Imvo now Inkcn rtvp Inlllcs of the Sntiutlvt und nut fuollnft llku a dllTurent 1 ea wltli u relish nnythlntt my iippolitu niu nco tlie Kutit ulstrcis or Jnconvon I iipnronulicd n lobstur fciilud the oilier vlth fuirund afluicutiuff nol fuil uny J relish my food IIIK It always agrees wllli me und my general lieulll Is belter limn U bus been for vo u Mace at IndlA Ktotvcrs nils IIHVO dono for me what tliu butt tnltut of jlillnilcliililft Bohlou could not Tuuy Imve pnllroly cured mu orunuivoiisprotlitillon wtilcti wus Uio of my ami wholly unfitted me for Kvcry pill I woitli Itswelylit In 117 Gallium St Your Llvee tmvo been worth ilnl lar u ilioH After l yiuua of In tiUiitiiiuu by iiliyal nf of vurloua wtioold wlllumt 1 cum mended thu use Itvlnufjxuinplu mtinbir of thu thu use of youi I am luUitv n s Hint whli ihatuvery it tinny of from llvui aim Htoninuli troubliu hi ith Ibu fuel tllHI Ihry can bu I 131 Iloylilou f Imvo fuiinit In lit Kfowcr0 Ncrvo a remedy Hint I van heartily Thulr action IB uml thiilr good tfTuels liorma W1 473Trcmont writes Incc 1 have been t uklng Liver midStnmuch flonnllvo f nm fiec lorav J would rulhorpiiv Ten Tloltarsa bottle rather than be without Its fnr exceed ud my I do not the frtih whuii 1 say It hfflj mule tt ntttr man ot I lieaitlly rectimmcnd It to all sumiiem from llvuraml alotnncli as 1 believe It to be all you calm It Salo ly all Itli the luo o lie us iiuUvitiistniuling Unit il ilc ilcil Ms bruw nnd 1111 itnistnkiilili pout tlislitilctl Iho rnliy which chime utulcr the blnndc one end of which he twirled ith his jewelled Look S til him ns he stit Ilicro with he bright in yloiy to the golden iks ivliicli covered lie beautiful on wondered it he conkl nssiuiie nn at liulo or bo 1111 Itcimty Imd slumped him na from the lljrof Ihe dainty loc to Ihc golden erown the wns trying to It is nn old saying Mint wealth doci not bring ffom trouble Neither iloos hciiniy for cprtuinly some Ims gone wrong with Ihe lovcl lie Let in and perlmiis we slmll be able ti nsccilniii Ihc reason of tlto frown nm 1 nui ilidnot mistake liei Her iidiiiinition is too nppnr It needs but u little more fuel lo create a Hint will overleap nil fc If would only consent U my IniYiug tlmt beautiful suit with UK pengreen I nm certain il wouli draw out u declnrntion of her llcclion and I nm mrc I should love her very Then I could relievo pnpu from Iliianeinl for they sa JJnuglilcr nrc as rich So you it is 119 illogollier Ecllish I anil he fiancee approvingly into tho mirror in front of which he usually could hlami him for heing ciinmorcd of so fuir a picture He wns not nltogclhcr polled nnd dilll ho Imd never known the want of anything tlmt money could lint his parent Imd largely in real Hinlden coiilrnctlon of Ihc currency made a dollar worth so much tlmt rents would not pay and creditors mid llio fortune was nearly gone that every jioi sihlejclreiichment Imd been decided if by any menus uppcarnnccs might be kcjil enough saved from the gen eral ruin to begin orer must be kept up if pos Ihe parents said over and ovci Kor Augustus was foitrand and not jet folded in An only and petted hbi wealth mil beauty had won him many odvau lagouus oilers of marriage from women whom almost any other young man In ns circle would have been proud to ac Unt wltli the love of conquest characteristic of his hung heir scalps in Ids so lo as n to draw other nnd range to anything wo have vitnessoil hundreds of times can be call id nielhod was eminently Some of liis victims cren indly consented to grow a scalp ml ullow that to bo to cave mctnphor nnd lake up taincd Iho thought of marriage until very nnd since his mooting with Amelia How much the reverse of fortune liad I done toward iibpllt a change in this II wsiikl be hard to and docs not materially nficct us to It is my private how that Miss Amelias sublime obli viousncss to his charms hud quite as much o do with touching llio pieco of nnntomicnl apparatus belonging to Au gustus which Is usually considered tho sent of the as nnythinfr Miss Amelia was tall nnd with n intelligent fnco that at once prepossessed you In her She wasparlnorln tho flrm of Jacobs dry ns wo Imvo learned from Augustuss that firm was immensely At their first Introduction anil several after Miis Amelia hsd not given him even as much attention as she bestowed on Ihe picture of n beautiful horse which he naked her to This wns a very unusual proceeding towards the lovely and ho puzzled his pretty head orcr It innny a Wns she engaged could it be that she wan inditlcrciit lo personal bounty Augus tus sought help from nn intimate mnrri nnd was advised to try tho wallflower apart from he giddy in serene This course had the desired mid Augustus had begun to hope that the miiclicorclcd prize would Dually be As we have heard from his ull that seemed necessary lo complete the conquest was the pcagrccn coat and navyblue But how wore these to be secured I suppose I must have another lilt with papn and 1 should think hey might see how much depends on Id better have been brought up o like Cousin if I cant have Blunt Sharp should push their claii I should have lo give tip You can risk if you want to said I slmll be as well of a tho rest of you nnd he leanod back his looking ns if the liargnin I wns Irying lo make wan solely for II bcnolH of his Nichols fldgcled in his chair an traced tho pattern of Iho cmpet seven times with too of his Mn Nichols folded and unfolded her bant nnd drew her mouth to on ns was her habit when in dee Finnlly she I can thin of only one way to get the mojiey fo can sell your an retain the sellings and have some Iniila lions put one will over think o your wearing 1 said Augustus and m Wiii I ftil young mim In the peagreen coat nnd navrblu pitnlnloons To this question the Augustus Nichols i reigning beauty of the The young men AugultHiNtol ols the vainest puppy that ever Ho thinks of notlfing but 111 ic tilings necessary to marry mo pnpa and mnminn conic I renew the for 1 must linvr base clollics lo wear lo Jlell Smiths So that Augustus hough not without secret misgivings I suppssothc whole thing to go hasnt il AVlmt do yon mean asked pnpa nd in a I menu everythingour nil see but otio way out of was the ail And that Is for me o marry Amelia I suppose it Is my private opinion that II that is necessary is for me to go to lell Smiths party in that exquisite suit want so My heart is set on hat peagreen coat with n paleyellow 0 is just what I want for my complcx and those navyblue pantaloons ottld show off my logs lo Here Father and mother Nichols both oke at Mother Nichols romark 1 lint yellow anil pengreen wero not onsidcrcd the colors fora blonde when te was To this Augustus re with slight contempt in his tat that notion was laid on the id blondes could wear anything they Nichols reply to the plea fnr the cagrcon wus on this wise You dont expect any sensible wo nn to choose a husband for bi legs ami do you I dont sec why Augustus re Then lie meditated u and a sort of annvycd look passed over his face ho I dont see why Its ull 1 suppose thats nil there Is lo I dont remember having heard since I was born that I wus anything but a Thats what I shall have to marry and you admit the necessity of my innrrliigc ns tho only wny to avoid tbc Hetinty doesnt last al I slmll be old so do let us make tbc most of And our spoiled bcnuty looked a little ns If such a thought had never entered his giddy head I thats said Father Maybe its all right for a woman to marry for beauty Thats what 1 married your mother and I guess thats what men mar ried for when men used to their but come to see women do it dont look It does well enough for parade days and in tlio but when it oomcn to cvcryday Itaiut just the tiling fu ll standby as you It dont lust as ho caught Muther Nichols though ho pretended not be ad But of course your mother had other things to recommend her and she has held her beauty It looks just as sensible for a woman ns for a for nil I can Augus tus lint now I tliink of seems as if it would be better for men and women both to marry for something that will last as longas they and beauty wont do money he as on after Hut tlmt is the way the thing and what is the use of try ng to do anything diflercnt from what other folks do abttit the I dont see that we arc any nearer a settlement of tho allimportant question than when we It Is very hard for me to believe that vour marrUgo to Amelia Jacobs depends on your having a new suit of laid I dont say It depends on but Vom the way we are it seems o me something ought to bo done lo inrry up Thats sighed If whatever answer was ad mirliig eyes followed him wherever In He still acted the wall Howe part to some nnd Amelia Jacob thought lo retiring ways Could he fui to make a woman happy Would he not be ready to smile I to be sjlcnt when I wished for am to Inlk when I wanted talk i I cart win shall gain a treasure His rare beauty would be a constan pleasure anil source of Trial night she asked Augustus if ho would ride with her the next day to see a u few miles He and said to Its just as I 1n and ma will see now llmt I knew what I was lUtt Amelia was Impatient to have her fate In the morning she became convinced that her rido would bo much pleasnnlor with Augustus as licr promised she made a ciircful and started for tho Nich ols She know It wns some what but thought her errand might lie her She rang the aiid was admitted by a young mini not particularly notice able for anything but ven while shirt sleeves and apron and a very wide Aincnu snl I young man tlio parlor while tho the Cousin Jim before al luded up slnirs to summon lint unfortunately as he went up the front Augustus came down lie back slnirs into thu dining As he pnssed around the table to take a Amelia had a good view of though he did not sec Was it possible that Ibis could bo tbc beauti ful young man of tho peagreen coat and navyblue pantaloons He Imd on a soiled and torn The cull uf one sleeve was torn and from it protruded a wristband which evi dently had forgotten that laundries Tho cord which should have held the gown in place showed one ragged loop sticking out of the Ills neck was his slippers broken out on the and his trousers frayed and Amelia took Ibis all In at u and at Ihc same lime heard him we shall soon have the hand ng f old Jacobs or I am no Then lie sipped Ills codec nnd I should think you were old enough to make decent codec if you ever expect lo This isnt lit for Ihc and these muffins match If there is anything In the house fit to I wish you would bring it Wheres Jim I want ho morning Then he rcucbed across the table and slopped his codec oil tho Amelia Jacobs could hardly believe that Ibis was the dainty young man of the previous lie began something more about Amelia when Cousin Jim appeared on the and with a desperate gesture to Insure laid Amelias card by Au gustus Amelia Jacobs was a straightforward young She rose and wont to he door and and passed Its all nu snld Nichols moved to New nnd Augustus apprenticed him self to u Ho worked and became an honor to his One of his first expenditures was for a glass containing a wax as much like lilmsdf as tho artist could In Iho peagreen coat nnd navyblue which bo nev er wore after the night of Mcll Smiths He kept Ibis as a reminder of what ho had Ho had learned a val uable He never afterward spoke a cross word to liis ho kept his dollies clean and nicely never slopped cetlcc on the never gcumbled about his nor asked anybody to wnit on him when he got Into the After a few years an estimable young lady won his lieart and Augustus is now a inwlej and Impresses an his boys tbe necessity of being something more than though his lesson was a hard It mado him a valuable mem ber of which In all probability he would never have been without Amelia Jacobs was almost heartbro ken at but at last saw that she had only been in lovo with an Ideal and not with Augustus When Nichols Cousin who hud been and man of all work at his went Into the store of Jacobs Daughter us His and dispatch advanced him both in business and in furor with Amelia who Dually oflered him her hand and which ho on being assured that the latter was mondud as good as Amelia often tells her husband laugh ingly that his clean shirtsleeves and while apron did the I hope men will toko this lesssou to loart and learn from Augustus wltb onl being obliged to sutler his bitter ex FltEUKIlICK Frederick who died n Now last Wodnes was born at Mew Jor mil My carving is like my It Is not It is extremely origi bold and I try to intro duce joints where nature did not intend o have and I seek lo make short cuts across n fowl In a way that is pro dnclivo only of and fragments of Mini Is fal lible and he ought not to seek lo monkey with Iho anatomy of a fowl or lo improve joints and where they do not for at such a time as you think not the knife will and it will tip over the celery glass and will till the bosom of a warm personal friend wltli To distract attention and keep up the spirits ot the I make it a kind of It 111 the air with harmless Where tbo dHys of And lonely hours of WIlQn work Or planned nnd wlllml In vain Mot loit If Iho thorn lust shoot That beam tho Mailers plcasnnt Some said that the man who Is curious to ma how Ihc world could jet along without can find out by sticking a cambric needle Into a mill and then withdrawing and looking at tho We have certain work lo do for onr and that Is to be done stronons ly i other work to do for our and that is to be done heartily neither Is to be done by halves but with a will and what Is not worth Dili effort U not to be done nt lieage 6M the boy was adopted by his uncle Theodore who was iresldonl of Htitgcrs a United States Chancellor of the Uni versity of Now attorney general of Now mayor of and finally Whig candidate for vice prcsi dent on the ticket with Henry Trcderick FrelinghtiyscM himself was graduated from Itulgcrn college In Three years later ho was admitted o the bar and began practice in New where ho was elected city Later ho became attorney for ho New Jersey Central prose utor of tho picas of Essex a member of tho Pence Commission nt In tho same Ap pointed United States Senator in o 111 a ho was elected to the nine plncc by the legislature of n 1870 ho was nominated for minister o England by President but dc llned tho As a senator Frcllnghiiyscn was a hard money nan and a supporter of tho protective After tho death Charles limner lie succeeded to the champion hip of the Civil Itlghls the fluid assago of which was secured largely trough his During he ean roversy over Iho Presidential election f 1870 ho helped to frame the bill pro iding for the electoral and then ervod as u member of the electoral A Stalwart who had stood y Grant ill ho was In 1881 ap olntcd secretary of state by President The period during which relinghtiyson hold the portfolio of ate was ono of Innovation In the poli of the with id other countries were negotiated un er Ills directions and it was under hi tlmt an American ilclc uto sat in Iho council of Iho Knropcnn ulcs to determine the and In istrlal stains of tho newly opened ongo Tho Nicaragua treaty lencd for flnnl adjustment a question of moment to this but Cm ess evaded u Html The clprocity although they were ogoliutod with a discriminating and ju clous care for tlio best interests of tiie were disapproved by the Sen o as being at variance with the long tablislicd commercial policy of the vcrninent and tho participation in e Conga conference was regarded with ore show of ronsun ns nn unnecessary novation upon tbc traditional policy tho American rellmjbuysoiis administration of the partment was in one sense nnsucccss ul but tint was not his He towed In that ns in every ic qualities of a statesman and ot n gh minded His name will ild a permanent and honorable place tho annals of The following beautiful passage up inrcd in the eloquent speech at obn Long nt the opening of the aldicrs Home Carnival in Hasten It is a tilting lime to open It and let s appeal go The hero of ApJ omaltox is at tliis hour winning unJ her greater victory than ml which crowned Iho war of which o was the victory over oath and over the unbounded lava and Auction of the cople ho led and tho people bo over now leaning In hushed ex eotancy te cutch his lust and ropping flowers from their outstretched It is the same culm ame quiet This is ot His for him tlio Kaslerof sen and glorltlcd And us the gentle aotil of Grant goes ithoiil fear and without vhat titter accompaniment can wo give boar it aloft than our bjncfncllon to is comrades In men whose plain he and who will not fear gain lo follow where lie leads Thackeray bus been repre lenled by modern writers as u man devoid f genial railcr at isnnthrcpo and within whom 10 milk of human kindness Imd enlirc dricd up own writings rcfule ich What is he once to be a gentleman Is il to have fly to lead a pure to keep our honor to have the esteem of our fellow and to love your bear a good fortune lulfcrevil with and through vil and good to maintain good always liow me the man whose life exhibits icse qualities and we will salute him ns whatever his rank may nd ono who did not possess these talkies would net have thus described Any who tuu used It will Mrtlry to excellence of Hunts Hutus Item nBdv 1s A standard remedy for dropsy tRd k id U brea of my and return them to tho plat ter without exciting A tow weeks ago on nu occasion of this cousin of a voting lawyer connected with the Otmilm a young man of good and whoso business It Is to stand between the Oma lin road and substantial was t Imd just said something smart to keep tlio company good nnturod while 1 asked n young Indy at tho other end of the table to please return the duck which 1 had inadvertently presented to her with tho cnrvlng fork stuck n Ev ery one wns laughing joyously and try Ing to conceal it by putting their hand kerchiefs lo their When my cousin tnnicil lo my little daughter and sniiV havent you got n funny though snid the unfllinl and Irreverent heir apparent to a great name You better believe hes funny when wo have And yet people wonder why I nm not tlio sumo genial host that used lo and why Ihc children do not cat at tho llrst and why there is a sound of kicking against the door of in adjoining and the occasional vill of a linn ry child as the muni Victor Hugo wns born In coming of a family enno bled in 11 is father Was an officer in Iho French who volunteering under the Itepubllc became a general under Ihe llrst From Bcsancvn Victor carried to Itome nnd Naples before ho wrrrftvo years find returning to KniMco in 180 pursued classical studios in a religious He mnde his debut III lltorulura at the ngo ot twenty publishing tlio first of liis Odes and Dallttds in his Hans of Iceland and Hug appearing about Ihe snme The second volume of Odes nnd IJulliuU appeared in indienling by Its character a change in is political nnd literary His lirst important the drama of wns published In hes n work of much bril appeared the following and in 182 he published The Last Days of Condemned His next work was n drama produced far tho first time at Hie Theatre Franca is on The year wns marked by Ihrce great the historical drama of Marion n volume of ex quisite lyrical poems entitled Fcnillcti it Antonio ami the novel Notre Dame dc the last named being received with cntbusluctlc Lo Iiol Su another was produced at the Theatre nnd wus interdicted Iho next day as being an insult to Several other dramatic works nnd in after much Hugo was elected to membership In thcj thus completing the tiriiimph of the school of literature which he rep About this tlipc his polltlcul aspirations began to manifest thamsulvesJ In Louis Fhllltppo created him a peer of The outbreak of the revolution of 1818 was followed by Hugos entrance Into political life as a member of tho Constituent whore he generally acted with the Con On bis roclccllon to the Legislative be began to man ifest his democratic and radical ten He was an earnest opponent of Prince whose underhand policy he denounced in eloquent speeches and whaso leaps to Iho Imperial throne he foresaw and In 184J be was chosen President of tho In which body he hud boen an activo mem The ceup detat of December drove him from France and ho took refuge on the island f whence he issued in his Nupelcon the and In those bitter satires entitled Lcs On iccount of some manifestations ownnU the French government he was ililigedU remove to the island of Guern where lie resided until the full of he Second refusing In o awcpt tbe amnesty then otlcred lo poll li cul While living on Ihe is land of iiicrnscy he wrote some of his grandest including Lcs Miscrnblcs and Lcs dc hi On tbc ull of the empire he hastened b ack lo entered Into the republican movement witli great heartiness and was returned to the national assem bly at but held his seal only u short ro signing March lie returned o Paris in and pleaded earnestly for tho lives of Fenc uml tbc otbcr Communists but lo no On was elected to the your town ve I may not know very Johnnie frankly bull know my At a collection made at a church fair on tho west an evening or two a lady offered the pinto to a weal thy well known for his stinginess I havenothing was his surly Then take she re sumed I am bogging for the Jod has special care of the When tho grasshopper is a and tho windows are ho opens their way to other If they have grown old In religion ho sends his angels to await their It Is good lo join wllli tho angels In ministries of Memory is tlio only paradise out of which wo cannot bo driven In our first parents were not to be deprived of There li more or less of pathos In nil true The delight II nwnkuns has an indefinable as It luxu rious which one clement of its When Fogg bought some was apparently onethird term he linnded it after tasting with tho remark I only want what I pay I dont wanl the At a college a asked Does my question embarrass you Not at replied he stu at It Is qulie clear il is the answer lo it that bothers Did any ayou children jjycr step an etophunl skin inquired tbc school echoed several voices In Where continued ho On the elephants wns the One of Ihc Japanese while out for a stroll was accosted by i soph omore wllli tho Whats your name The gentleman from answered giving ills rejoined Iho you heathens dont have but ouc f What wns the nt MOJMC of MO sosr wns the An Intelligent little boy nt g ivc n novel renson for decorating sol diers which at least had in it Ihc latent clement uf asked Ihe do they decorate the graves of soldiers and not yours and mine Tho child thought for a mo ment or and then said 1leaso I think its because they are dcud and we Tho proposition was That it mil Tho talk about engineer hut Sunday reminds mo tlmt one night 1 was riding with an engineer ns he approached tho end of his As ho drew near the and lights sprung up in tho distance apd then multiplied and Increas ed ho bleir customary It be ing a peculiar 1 asked the reason for is my Therell a little nnd a little girl over there in the listen for It every nud you think Im conceited when I tell hat it sounds on tbo their oygs and their etejjs make the ca and place te the table for the one who IB coming home Many a time Ive come In It lias worried me iporc Ip Ihlnk hat my little wife and girl aio scared almost to because they dont hear the than all the tliuc I Imvo because they nrc always waiting and listening for Poor wus a night sonic ruontlis afterward when the welcome whistle did not come lo lie listening ones ui and although they strained heir cars and tried o still tho beating ot their and to hope that It would sound upon the air very they never heard II There bad been an accident upon the was Iho gallant engineer liad ended his lust 1 have suffered for years from Chronic cubm b I irliMl KITS Cream tnilunts noouianil has already ttwullod In nu almost sointilels The reason why men succeed who mind their business u because there i little Having experienced aurkod rellerfrow nasal oaturru ami DoarMntH uy the utoofKlya Creum 1 reoonnoend It to elergyntan awl otlen s V A Mormon never speaks of better half but of his better eighth or as the case may CAPTAIN COUBTXETI partner t ever 1 always keep thmn In modlcuso tfalllinoro   

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