Angelica Allegani County Republican, December 19, 1879

Angelica Allegani County Republican

December 19, 1879

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Angelica Allegani County Republican (Newspaper) - December 19, 1879, Angelica, New York JÄ-nSTD volume hi. th¥eepüblicaíí LaMONTB G. RAYMOIH), ITS PATIIONS. JSSWO KVKÍiV Fj:lI)AV MOKXINÜ AT angelica uoürt house, w. y. K4TI.'»-fvr yeiir, î>1..50; six moiitlu, 76 els.;- Ihne inorilli!», 40 ot.s; Cil»!! ill ndviinei« is ¡irolcrml; hut we are noi vci > j-iî:t!<, «!> long as subsoribeni aro honéit .uüd pay wiiluii a r«asonabIe time. AdrertUlntr Ratea. Fw. 1 2w. , I 3rn."i ßi»,». ^lytar liijch.... tlO;S!l -50§'J(K) iiiicht«. . 150) 2(Ì5»; J 00 5 00 3wchw.. 2UU .100; i, 00 8 00 ^col. ..... .'<0>» 5 0« 8 00 12 00 .col..... íor 8 00 12 00'16 00 1 col......' S (« 112 00 16 OO! 30 00 S3 00 Ç5 00 800 1200 icoo 30 oo; 9800 12 00 lâOO 30 00 60 CO l^iOlingYeafVCiWWièl. Now tbeyear Ì3 djing iast, Many boiirs ho cnnnot lust, DeathJy ohills uro o'or liim cast, A« hi» cfalldmi stai»! aroonti/ Ultérinig net a woRÌ/JT Bound, As with HfM'lIe of magio bonnd. Twolv« thcre tir«; I dinily n^rk theii fl^rcs in'thòTnrk, Hftvering ncar the patiiaroh ; iJke UiA «Olii of Jacob old; Wuiting each one to be told What tho tutu re «hall uiifolil. 'riiotifih th«> fetbor's life ÌH done, AH bus childrcTj, odo by one, Hnvo Irosb raecs to bo rnn.angelica coubt Höusfe, 1879. " And the old man sobbtid wcirdl^'orei tho ancìèhe carving, and kill me!" momentaryJife the efflgiea aloud. ofmUr^ubbotand mailed croiadéi. A " Dear grandfather, yotf^ always feeble old man, whose Bands of life have thinking of me, and never of yoTirself all but run out; a Badly weak and | What does it matter, after allF It's only tremulous qjd man, with shaking^ hands the name of the thing,_JLim-Aniily<>u ^d^ dirar- uffcertafn Cy^- Bai" WUen^^^^ The shudder they are placed upon those yellow keys, of jiorrpr which pased over the girl's the sliaking hands shake no longer; the ; ^^^ «ave^Jfee Jie to her pious false-feeble sight finds no Hbor in those well- i " I daresay it is not so very bad : remcm^Mìred pages. Untler the touch of ; àfterall; something may happen to 1 Michael Fray's deft fingers the ancient j P^^^^t it even,now." ¡organ becomes instinct with life and! "What can happen short of a mira harmony. Tlie §vand old masters lend ^^ deserted streets?" 60 00)100 jîiwiiufc.s I>ircctor>- canlx, .fS jwr year. KaiJiiiil N'»ticca, 10 «».«. iwr lihe, flrat tioTi; 5 (lis 1.V1' line wich unlwequent inaertioii. L-i^ftl n-hiTtisc'inouta will be publiabedat Uionilcs ii.\< <1 l>y law. Vfîflrly !i<lví;riísí'ii)cnl« changed quarteriy it dci'ircii. ...... Tniv-: - I ninsiont adverti»etnf>nte, ctiah in ndvnnco. A seulement will be made quarterly nitJt rfpiliir ndvfrtiuein—Jan. Anril UJliU" 1, u. !, I. Ilvt paprr ¡>f Aurthcrn All«ic«ny^he only pnwr piililliiht-a Rt Anntillra Co^IloiiVe naU !• the omcii»! Päi>«r or AHÍSinV ^«uiHy. A« MU Rarcrii.liiR medium In ^orthfn. «ll.imny THK «>:1H>1IJLICAI« httswiM-lvftl iinr competitor. «TOT3 VSToirlK., Or,I,TS lor Job rrintpig oí any description flUclMt (îio lionr pmiiii«.,!, nad satiffaction gnanuiti'c.l :n ovory inatano«*, ifiT'Ow invnriiilile t.-nrv^'lor Job iVintinir nrc-cAi»!! ON DujvBin. BUSINESS directory. 4 ìlNOtA), MANNlNO.::A„cík,ne;;: /I. nttiMMl to tiiP i^Hl«, of lurtn Moi'k hn.Hphold r.v<»p«rty. Terms reawmiblo. dlfSfl, A)i;;<;Iiru, N. Y. will and Ad. A Li.LXl-. M.—Fiwbioiiable Harber nnd rmli>_w,n <m!Ut residcnco wl.en do-Mr^d. Kwiin'í over Ihn postnrti,.,.. eiîy. TUX, •■CT. aAMUl'L.—Harber ani hair-s.>rviw. P(|,ml to tbal iound in ri »rors of Cnr- DU.VCAX niíO-S.-Manubir» n;i;;fs. Wii^jony, etc. -pGGLEsro.V J. H._W«tci.os «nd Jew- V» "thu Ifotoj, An^'dini. N. y. IOCKIIAIU, JAS.-Dfalc in Dry Goods, J Bool« and Miory, (¿rocorie», fic. Ji liiK UKri BucAN; rdwi IJiiok und Job Pi ¡liter. SMITH, M., M. n.—iniyslciuh and Biiit;eon. Ortlcc und residcme, north nid« Miiin hVr«!Ct, thiiil house »■iwt' of the park. J eanini; down, 1 bend iny ear O er tbe laint, e.TpiriDg year, And these words I seem to hear: January, let thé weigh! Of thy charities lie Kreat, For the poor atul detwlati». IM thy broUter, close behind, Stieatbo his swoi-d oi cutting wind, When he doth tho homelew» And. >iiUPb, when days are getting long, Lot thy growing faonrs be strong To Pet rijdlt aojuia Kiutry wrong. - AjîrîITwTmTfiy [do^ Bid each seentcd shower give birth To some seed oC deathless worth. Sk-rry. musio-loving May, Let thy life be not too gjiy For nns«lfish work eacli day. June, thy beauty is a snare, To waste time inVl-jions lair' OI s'ain dreaming, oh, beware! Jnly, as thy thunderé roll, IVeroo each doubtinj; morUU's soul, With the truth of God's cohtrol, August, in il»y snltry heat, Teach some lesson, pure and sweet. Jo tWe reapers at thy leet. Thou; September, scatter wide, -With thy sheaves well sjitisfled. Sied corn for heaven's harvest-tide. .s«eet October, till with j.nuse,. liich and glowing as thy days, ery poet's heart-lelt lays. An.l Novi mbt^r sjid—a i>iialin, i'onder, trusttul, toll of Ijalm. llioa must breathe Ù, Hint,, the youngpiit of tJiem aU. Wlium we "dark December" eall, lirightest light on thee -haJI /all. • « lirrslmn- logs bk^.- o!i the flre^^;- < i) carols sing the .-hoii!»: < InUtV own love eiu.-h h.-i;i t in.-pirivs. îlii- i-. Hii I henr.l, l )r now, J'; tw«ng the ye^u's death-eoJd bn)W, I -------• • —U • incite vouy- their noblest Bti-atnf». and pniihi thny r,»- " Well visit earth, need ask no better interpre- j dear. God has never quite deter. From saddest wail oi sorrow to j «s in our deepest troubles, and I sweetest strain of consolation—from ^o^^'^ ^'^îievé He wiU foiifeake us ^^n^ the dirge for the loved and lost., to the ( As she spoke she drew her thin shawls pjcanof the jubilant victor—each shade i 'Vbsely round htr; shivering in of human passion, each tender message j herself under the cold blast, of divine encourji^emerit, take form aiti j which seemed to rcceive ho check from color in HUccession, under the magic of i ectmty coverings. Again the pair that old man's touch. Thus, sometimes I passing beneath the lofiy borrowing the song .of ottier singers, i St. Winifred's church, stood sometimes wandering into quaint 1 ''«n^ath it for a temporary shelter from iEoifan harmonies, the spontaneous i wind and snow. While so overflow of his own rare genius, Michael standing they caught the fftint_ sounds Ribbed hose in three colors •Ifttf. - -r ! . , aré ,popû- Buttons of two_ siies'stili trim most e<?8tumeBi, . J^lack satin fans are now mounted on gWt sticks. Cloth shoes promise *:o become fash-ipnable-agoin. Bonnet strings six inches wide are considered elegant. he Paris ladies are wearing artificial Iws m their hair. -- -...........--------- Thereis afancy just at present for pit^nt-le.ither slippers. striped brocades and velvets are as much in favor^as ever. ' ■Aiiiaranth:"i8a beautiful shade of led for Winter bonnets. A CHARMED LIFE. . It >a scarcely seven months ago that the oaar stood at the door of the Kasan cathed^wid givittg his hand to the officials of the empire said: " Tlib is tl»e th rd time that God has saved me.» l!.xactly„ thirteen years before, on the s^e day of the month, he had knelt in to the't'f'^i * i^ad given thaUs GodofKas.Hn» that through the agency of a peasant, ^ (gp Ivanovith Kommi. oeen saved from tlie ^snSs Fray sat sorrows to temporary sleep. ofjtLtorpiisolenMily pealinff-withH "Xoble music," snid the old man, as Time crept on, but the player heeded chords died away; "noble it not, till the heavy bell in the tower , M"»»«'. and a soul in the playingV That above hi? head boomed forth the hour ' ^ho<?verhe may be. should have of Midnight and rtjcallod him to reality again. With two or three wailing minor chords he brought his weird improvisation to an end. "Dear me," he said, with a heavy sigh, "Christmas again! Christmas again! How many times, I wonder! Well, this will be the last; and yet Christmas comes again, and finds me here sfill, all alone. Dear, dear! First, poor Dick; and then my darling Alice and little Nell—all gone! Young and bright and merry—all taken! And here am I—old. Sad and Iriendless—and yet I live on, live on! Well, I suppose God knows best!" While thus thinking aloud, the old man was apparently f^earching for something jimons a generous heart." " Hash, grandfather." said the girl, "he is beginning to play again." Scarcely had the music comii^enced, however, than the pair g.azed at each other in breatJiless surprise. " Lily, darling, do you hear what he is playing?" said the old man in .-in excited whisper. " A strange coincidence,"^the girl replied. "Strange! it is more than strange! Lily, darling, who could pljty that song ?" The melody c^ime to an end, and all was silence. There was a moment's pause, and then, as if by common im- th'r ' ^^^^ am-osB ; the strings, .tnd the gid's sweet voice ■hrot knifé. O.SÎP Kammissaroff was a young man Ina viUage ¿long, ing to BaroÄ Küster, to whom Kom-missaroflf stood in the relation of a ^ liberated^ annually paying serf. Hav-ingbeen allowed to go to St. Peteré-burg and work in H barber's ehop he rose m his calling, became foreman and married a peasant girl. He was cele-bratmg his birthday on April 14, 1866 and went to say his prayers in a chapel near ^the-houstr of i*Bter thé Grelit marble palace, he perceived that the Large Direptoire collars are seen on n^ny elegant costumes. ' gloves are both comfortable and pretty. Silk stockings knit by hand are much ^wm^byLlasliionablfrladiesr------------- patnW-lace-mncashiKrgr^Ci^^ ors is used for dress trimmings. ^here is a rage for chrysanthemums for qorsage bouquets this season. Bullet-shaped buttons painted in CMhmere colors are fashionable. 3Valking boots, with broad cork^olea ' the carriage'to be andlowflatheels,arewoma^^'^r^CEu' '' throng "feai". waitmg-for the monarch's arxival ^y^lveteen and corduroy are now so ' I^resently.the^ wa^^ stir . which did not al all ootreaponi her splendla dress. This fact was com-m^ic^d to the police officials, !»nd JH^c^for exciting their snspicions. The Ittiy was oonapqiteatly amsted. and proved to be a man in d^ise. It IS Kupppaed that the emperor was^in-formed of the occurrencc during Ute hol^ofii^eras^ he refused to^o Uiro^gh the ceremony of Eastern c^ngratu-latipn^usttal wnongthe Russian people. It is the national custom on tl?at day to kiss relatives and acqnaint'mces on the lips, saying, "Christ has risen!" Thci mpeteiqiirowwl^ oiily few of the highest dignitaries of the State to approach him with that congratnktion. He is even^ported to have m^ule the remark tha| h^-waa astonished ^^ sieeing so'fevrcivil ^i^hs among tho^e'present at the night service in the winter palace. On Easter SuUdayv Aprii 13, there was some talk about all this in the city, but the ill-humor of the emperor was explained by the state of j Chronic, fear i- Whfeh. h^ was said to ! have existed foY the last lew weeks. But lU?_moriijng_ of ^ t^ ivt i number 35. Chriiliiiis Flttwtrs. ' . Tb« earth w to bleak ond deserted, . So cold tho winde Wow, Thftt no bttd or b1os«)om will Totitaiv; Topoef>írómb4>iow; • But, loBjñng lor springtime, they omtiw Deep under the öoom-. ri. And noWi in lha dreary UeceinUi^, Oar glad bearla aro lain To Bcé il earth oomt« no! to help ti? ; We »eek-all in ^n; ^^ titë tñiítwt MOa^ U cooiïng Till spring breathes, again. Where IbVea take», let love give, and so donM not; li^txwntsbat tliewin, has its ilow«»» ol «lorotion. No winters can chill; They who oared lor "good will" that ftr Cliristmas Will caro lor it still. —jidelaidt Procter ITEMS OF INJERE»L bridge w.ts removed and the passage temporarily interrupted. Ketracing his steps he made his way to the summer garden,'Ht the gate of which a crowd was assembling around an imperial »oft and beautiful as to rival velvet. JTIierc are indicaUons that plush will bé revived for sacqi^ and bodices. Roman Stripes in bright colors appear in the British cotton stockin^is. Gold and emerald buttons are used on the plush.bodices so popular now. PNshis used as extensively on dressesi for day wear a§ on evening costumes. Side-cut gloves of from five to ten but- , . r—^^-ani^rtia- i tion in tlM? crowd anil he saw his maaos-ty in an overcoat The czar apnro.-tch-I cil tlie carriage and Wfl&'puttii^bn his cloak, when a young mtui, who had j been elunding behind . Kommissarofl' ^|ed to pteh him aside. The individu-, al had repeatedly attempted to inaie his way throvgh the surrounding eroi^M and get nearer the carriage. bu4. K cm-missaroff, wishing to see the emperor ! At'^l^st the in tonp ar^still in favor for evening,wear. ! individual succeeded ,n books, and now produced an an- caroled "fortHhe'L^i'^ rT madeof five-dollar gold coins through. Kommissarpff lolIowed'^lZ; < lent pag« of manuscript, worn almost I :::: , . . r^ 7 "leiarenamtsomebutexpensiveomaments. 1 closely. Hardly had the-fissHssin to fragments, but pasted for préserva-^ »rcely„had they e^-'-'i - - ^ . . . . - "'n accustomed to take evei^Jmoming alone in the neichborhooli of the palace. The better classes of Russians feit highly indignant at the attempt. Although most Russianii have felt of late the necesi»ity of reforms, and often grumbled at their being always deferred, nevertheless no one, evenjimong sthe discontented; «an forget that fimperor Alexander it was whft liberated the RussUn serfs^ enslaved during lour centuries, and scorned the danger of a wfeing oC the nobles, who lost so much at the chauire, -New Yotk Heml^h A winter's tale—The uTsterV pursued, captured an«l taken to jail by his owi father. Twenty-tive thousand live quails aro being imported from England to be set at liberty in Pennsylvania. There are many fellows who endeavor trf beat time, but : bout the ohly man who aci'omplishes ii is the felloW who handles the baton in the bamK—H^oferiod Observer. A man at Dutch Flitt, Calc, pirked up J»^ rock to throw at a cow. The i^elght ^ of it attracted his attention, and on n-I aminatlon it was found toeoiitain over a huhdrt^d dollars In gold, v - A medical exchange asks • "Whyt'o j So m.-^ny' men go ins:me?" W« don't It may be due som«- Vislling Thorn» Paine's'«raw. Among the plfvm in the ITnited States which Mr. Holyoake (the English____ apostle of the co-operative^tore system) [ kT5ow>ositively _ has vwit^d with most interest is the wlmt to the extravagant style« of win- sravJ. of Thomtts Paine, near | ter bonnet.^.-Gotvandn Kmrpris^ New^Rtfichelle, on the Sound. He nay^ ' « ««« «tcrprw«. hfr^as.. more anxious to see tliat snot' Wilson, the English author- tion on hb watoerebs. iKlVr.H, WM. — Wagon nnd «¿'uiriugc 01:1 VI;K o Works 'ALK, .^f. II.—üeiieinl Fiiinisbing Store, lOiüer Main and <>l(!iin street«. LAW FIRMS. B & AK.MSl UONtt,—Atti.rncvd and ^ (. uunáeloi!* lit.i.á»w, Cuba, N. V. 1:M1S a IIKNTON. — Attorneys rmd c'iniíj.scloi-í'nt Ijiw, Hui-ni-llsville, Y. B ICMENl', WII.HKR r.-..Vit..niey and (.'niiiii'elor at Ijiw, Cuba, N. Y. A t llKl.STMAS STOUY. It W!i.s Ciiri.stnia.s Evt'. A cold, <>id- ! lashtonedClin.slmnp, witli .«now lyiBi.' ; thi'k on t!je ground and .«¡till fiillini: I heavily, with :v touch of fog in the ¡iir. ' It wii.s p:ist ten o'clock, and the streets ; and ianesoi tLe great <-ity wore ail but I desert-'d. Meri-hant and broker, clerk ■ and warehouseman, and the rest of the I bii.-y crowd who had thronged those ' strei ti by day had one liy one drifted ' away to their homes, tind the lofty ware-; houses loomed black and forbidding KuWN, WK.^LE ouiisciors at Diw [iv A ( ().—Attorneys und I over the silent thoroughfares. Here and I^iw. Hornellsville, N. V. I tliei e the gleam Irom a solitary window BIJLNDAtiK, It. (J.—Attorney anil t oun-«f ior al 1-iw, Andover, . V. liU l.'.KU. M. L.—Attorney and Counselor i> ft! Ijvv, Whitesvillo, N. y. i^lnjirtled ineiriftuaiiy witli the outer darkness, :tnd served but to bring into i-Lrr^nger relief the general gloora and solitude. And nowhere was tho darkncas deeper pastea tor preserva a piece of paper of later date. ' Yes, here it is, poor l>it«k'8 Christmas song. What a ,«weet voice he had. dear boy! I fiie had only lived—but there! I'm murmuring again. God's will be i done." .i j He plac-ed tiic mu^if on thedeiikbtl! for" hiiu. and. after a mou ent's pause, i began, in tender, llute-h'ke lone,.j, to ' play Ujo melody, al the same.iimtmmn-l stopped and drew his sleeve acro-ss his eyoi. Tht^ sense of his desolation ap-petired to come aaew upon him; he' seemed to shrink down, doubly old. ] douhly f(^eble, doubly forsaken—when | lo! a marvel'. Suddenly from the lonely street without, in that chill miilnight, | eame th« souad of a violin, and a swoet' young voice singing the self-same words | to the self-aame tender air—the song ; written by his dead and gone brother j forty years before. ® The efleet on Michael Fray was el.H«-trical. For a moment he stsiggered, ! but caught at the keyboard kefore him ; and held it with a convulsive gnwp. \ "Am I dreaming.or are my senses' , ended, when a door opened at the foot of tlje church-i t<>wer just beside them, ^nd Michael Fray, bareheaded. v;ith his scanty lock.s blown about by tihe winter wind, stood before them. lie hurried forward and then stood .srill. shamefaced. bi^wildered.. The song had called up the vision of a gallsmt young Hailor, full of life and health, as Michael h^ad seen hii, hrotlier for the J.^st timeoiw memories of happy Tboyish days, to find. ot to i th.^ teu see Wftsbington'« ^omb He^^ ™ diseases of the skin, is about to ------------------ , , - - .»istol I thinks Wiishinglobiehavexl^wort^^^ with a satm finish, which is very popu- :overcoat, J»e levelled it j after all I'airie Un^ ^lone for Amen^ i serofulous. He: p.iid for de is a lustrous silk ^abric ' ' drawing a pistol I ith a satin finish, which is very popu- ' overcoat, J»e levelled it i lar at present. ; at the emperor. Kommissaroii'. wlio | "herty, in refusf- Shirring was never more popular thanmovement, caught up at the-present time. It is used on every Criming the pistol from its style of garment. ^ ' aim, caused it to diacljAr^P i,, the air Lace curtains dyed in any color io ' "" suit the room in which they «re td be ' i i • arrested, used are novelties. .....i sea bathing in-ÍS, Her p.iid g to Intérfen.tosairelf'^f"^'''^ ^^ Cleopatra's nmile his life when he was in .ians*^ of Uie^ guillotine in Paris. Soin^ ~year^ ago L rural!^ nryin« Mr. Holyoake took the trouble^ to trate i farmers ad,vicc on thesubiect of lip Paine;.« bones, which Cobbett car-^ «hi cken.s. The best war »bout, riedaway to England, fle fdn^a »wj ianToaaTïOtÔpanf»«^ . jsîiwiieî ire thinks they ar-i sii 1 in ex- i for the ye:i'r ending September 30. „ .. , -7» » : >. ' ter nalnop Th, | istence. and could be redecmod and ! oarried riO.OOO.CiOO piiâsengôrs. from th^monument. at Newîwhom wtt. ^llected i. ¿a^! on^ acoui^e ot wandering begga^; ^.ehe, almo^under the ear. | .mg^gfbr bread. _ _ _ ^ of p ^^ n^n ^ pur^ the, . I frequent y worn at he waist with street, ^^^^ advanced and toi I ^roun^ on which the monument stands«; «»r?. I dresses instead of the corsage bouquet. . ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ iSised.lo the rank and | ^^d keep it i» order. The iarm-house . A Kansas paper.say. thai the wo ve^ I> lo of ornamenting the corsage (dignity of a nobli^man. then afl r^^es- - - --------- -------:n '.... o«»,«îrl.M-aHedamaze. and that I with rows of shirring at the waist and ^^^^ vf^pairod to" the I'roobrakbewski ion the shoulder in very frfmornUy The town was illuminated, ¡ adopted; ! and aii immense concourse throised ! The Wroche designs,, so popular in round the ipalace. It was the tirst •woolen mtiterials this season, are also ' murderous attempt on a czar that I beg your pardon," he said, striving vainly to master his emotions; "you sang a song just now whicli—which— a song Which was a favorite of a dear friend pf mine many years ago. Will' you—will you tell me where Vou. got it?" . '' •• By the best of all titles, sir," the old tiddler answered, drawing himself up ¡»order. The tarm-nouse j Kansas paper^sajr^ mac tu^ spent his last years will be j doing cijnsidei-al ie damage, tmd that uuwu before long, I have miuie ; if their incretise is not speedily checked cements to buy from it an old 1 will prove a serious damage to fiw-ks ot iin stove; which 1 am a-<5uYed ; :,heep. pi^^, chickens, etc. Already w.nn». Paine warmed himself by. ^ gome neighborhoods are asking lor a with a touch of artistic pride; " I wrote : seen in gjiuzesand other fabrics for oven-, ever known in Russian history, it myself, words and music both." ihg dresses. t? j vThe second wa^ made at the gr:tnd " Nay, sir," [said "you rob the dead. where Paine pulled down be: afratigcmt Franklin ... , . . was the one I'ainc warmed himself by. : some ucigliborhoods It stands in the room that " Was his ! bounty lor wolf kCalp^i. in order that tiie , . 1 « • ' mav rpeeicc some compensation I study " ■ larmers may receive some compenss !" In an answer to a que^lïfm ^.to.Ui<-, jor^tiiue spent in hnntin« these deprt- Michael, st^^rniy, I Deep plaited ruffle« of white organdie, ' review given at Paris in honor of the ¡impressions of this countrf, M^,. Holy- dators. A dearly beloved ! with a half mch hem, frc- Emperor of Russia :ind the Ktn^ of | ^.^j-e replied: "I wtis not'astonished A Robinson lami.y of Dtiawa, 0n leaving mei . ^i-lnv at Law, Almond, N. Y. c lUlM'lSS. JAS. M.—Attorney and Comi-i at Law, IkiliViir, N. Y. 'r.I.IdIT, A. 1,. —Attorney and ConiHehtt at Ijiw, Friembhip, N. V . / Ml.MKS, ,)()HN 1..—.Attorney and Conn-VX sclui lit l.-iw, Angelica, N. Y.- 'lUUARD, -J. —.Attorney and Coun-'•I'lr lit Law, Angelica. N. V. ifrwi'sis-one.of those iiiteer : which inJLersect the heart 1 I.,on<lon. and < on8Ísts. with CK'LLIN^, A. B.—Aitorney and (^'otiny. lor ' ^j- tjif. gen.'^e of desolation more profound ;ut„iAw, Aiired.N. Y. _____' WinifnM's court. St. Win- iUtJe .alleys «)f ea.stern one exception. of houses let out as ofliees, and ut- E,,, .,„. , , , , , terlv deserted at night. The court is r. . nl 1, A. 1.. —Attornev and Coun^jeUtt . ■ , , -i i t?., at btw, Frien.Lship, N. V . ' bounded on one side by St. W inifred s church, while in one corner stands a quiiint old house. «>ccupying a nearly triangular piece of ground, and forming UlHUARI), -J.—Attorney and Conn- ' j^e exception wc havereicrnd to, hav- ll„.-l..rut Law, Angeliea. N. V. > ^^ for many years tiie residence Michael Frav. H .V srt.IJVAy.—Attorneva mid ii>fionj lit Ijiw, Wellsville, N. Y. v)),LH).VY, D. H.—Attorney and Cotiii-feliii lU Ijiw, Cuniiseraga, N. Y. H AUlUNt,. E. E . tí. W. & F.—Attor-!>iyi iiml Couiiiiclor« at Ijiw, Humti, N.Y. Ä SPAIJGL'H. — Attorneys and " I imuMÎors at Ijiw. Wellsvillt, N. Y. TO.Nii- & FARNUM. — Attorneys and «'oaubcloib lit I-iw, Wellüville, îi. Y. Jews WM. F.—Attorney and Counselor iti I.hw. We.lls\ilU., n. v. .1' •.Vi.- IKA W.—Attorney and Counselor i s and IO'v inaiX.I-: A sWltT.—Attorney J l at I,;iw, Cutni, N. Y. IliV Il.-^.\ttorney nnd Conniví .v ; r It I., «-, HeÍjnont.Tí. Y. VOI! i UN, S. .\tti«rnev and Counselor ..> ¡it L s-, Freiul^liip, N. Y. I..f<t WiT^ifrer' The only sign of life, on this Christ-! ma? in St. Winifred's court, was a fain! aleam ot tHckci-ing firelight pro i ceeding from one of the win iowa of the t (juaint thre<^-corncred house in which Michael Fray ptissed his solitary existence- Many years before the period \ of our story, the s.iiue month had taken ! from him wife and child, and since that ! time Michael Fray had lived des«l:Ue, i his only solace being the rare old organ, the iriend and companion of his lonely hours. Trie loss of his wife and fj^ugh-ter had left him without kitli or kin. His father and mother had died in his e.arly youth, :in only brother, a gifted but wayward youth, h;id in early life run away to sea, and had tliere found a watery grave. Being thus left alone in the world, Michael Fray's love for 1 music, whijch had always been the most Poor Dick's Christmas carol; and I could almost swear the voice is ray own lost Nellie'^. Can this be death at last? And are the angei's welcoming me liome with the son.? I love so (iearly ? No, surely; either I j am going mad, or tiiat i.s a real living voice! But whose—whose? Heaven help me to find out!" And his whole frame quivering \vith excitement—without pausinj; even to close the orgaiu or to extinguisli his flickering candle—l:he old man groped his way down the narrow windÍKg stair which led to VhC street, and hurrieciy closing the door behind him, stepped forth bareheaded into the snowy night. For some hours before Michael Fray was ettirtled, tia we have related, by the mjBterious „ echo of his brother's song, an old man ahd a -young girl had been makinp: titeir vfay brother of mine wrote that song fwrty i "entTy replace the linen collar and cuflTs , Prussia. The cz^ir' had btvp ritUng America,was ' big'; 1 had h^ : i.uve made a claim to nearly iSOtV * J . - ' down tlie Bois de Boulogne beside tlie I home, and 1 knew that m worth of p al estate in the years ago. "Well, upon my word!" said the old | fiddler, waxing wroth—" tlien your' brother must have stolen it from r«e! What might this precious brother's name be, pray?'' " An honest name, a name I am prouil j to speak." said Michael, tiring up in his | turn; " liis name wavS Richard Fray!" The old street musician staggered sis if he hiid received a blow. "What!' he exclaimed, peering eagerly into the other's face; " tlien you are mj brother i^cbael, for I' am Richard Fray!" Half an hour later and the brothers so long partetl, so strangely brought to-getiier, were seated ro«nd a roaring fire in Michael Fray's quaint, three-cornered parlor. Micluiel's storey had been ransai-ked for warm, dry clothing for the wanderers. Drawers long closecl for street wear." Full dress boots, are either of satin, French kid; or of the dress mate I rial, and are made with box toes and ! Tx)uis XV. much hi uum»:, .^i.« . ..—^ ™ t _ ________ to be th» - , - . . igbiful owners of about i.üíW acres ®t honor and ra'»ny other decorations. | gone only to the margin of jj^.j^j ^.^rt of which is coveretl by the Instead ot the rich saddle cloth, .such as j Wonderland. What I am :tótonished | '¿f phihidelpUia, lands- along the made tíie 1 j in Pennsylvania J , , Emperor Napoleon. On his breast w^s y visit I should be able yj^^y mate- cordon of the legi. ;n ol ¡ ^j^^p^ryn only half of it. I am a^ one of tibout ; the other sovereigns rode on. he h:i«l a jj, people. Naiure has m 'simple bearskin under hls^addic, the j jj. fj^p^om ^hich hs ^^ r______u:.. l^..».«-.-. i« .KTihla l . - * . ___ _ li.-is made The TiaiutuB «Irli iVeed, I spoil of one of his hunts in the wilds I ^Jj^, p»vople. 1 came here without preju- citywards from the southeastern side .f , when opened, a sweet scenl of Ix»ndon. Both walked wetmly as though 1 lavender and cont^iining homely sl^ thev had tramped from a long distance; i . » r or twk,. th. young airl wiped I '.'fK'i.Ndl, tl^^-iT-rr^' aw liidt herself to speak strange contrast with her sunken cheeks Richard Fray told thi. .Story of thirty Mrs. Abba G;Qold Woolson has been of St. Petersburg. Tall, weli-formed. giving Boston some of her ideas about ¿nd of graceful caniagc, Ihe czarJ-ad "The Training that Girls Need." In a ' not not his equai on horseback in the paper rt^ad betöre the moral education entire field. Officers of every, civiliaed spciety she pronounced'ill-health a lux-1 nation swelled his cortege. Loss:u^ks of ury that enornioasiy iTrcrcascd tlie-costr-tite-tlon. officers of tiie imperial g^^ of living She advised mothers to keep and Arabs from the desert trotted be- there girls from^heif own fate, and she hind him in the review. Dismounting tisserted that giris should be made to he entered a cirnage with the trench lead a quiet lile on a simple dietuntil emperor. Four hors^es, ridden hypos- thev ari fullv grown, that they should tillions, drew it Squadrons of gen- exeVcise freely in the open air, that , darme. cleared the way. The impcna^ hoaseworkshLld be done by them in eqmp^e jnoved ^ t^irough th .e. fy .»areiully ventilated rooms, that Ihcit avenue between the Ca^eade .uid the diee. I have aWayi belonged to and Tor a cltiss of people who cannot afiord to have prejudice. I came not to see something I expected, but to see what there was to see—whal mtuinw pie bestrode these mighty territori«», and how they did it :uid what they did it for, in what spirit3,in what hope, and in what prospects. I never saw the and elsewhere. The claim is made by thè lineal descendants of Cól. William Baker, who died intestate in 1801. and whose married daughters did not then know of his deiith nor of the estate tha-awaiteii them. --; Frayssnow- idiMt from her cimpauion and ^ ''V J'S -1 ? ler^elfto speak w ith a cheerfulness in : MK-hae '. choK^ coat and softest , V, „ Fcrs. The wanderers had done full ,trangecontr:u-t wtth her sunken cheeks T ^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^^ and footsor«'gait. Every now and then , ^ ..i i .i. „.- , ,, . 11, Pre Catalan, Suddenly a young Pole, dress should be radically »anged m Biazoofski by name, U.ok <leUberate aim that ne longer shall their vital organs ^^ ^^^^ «zar and discharged a double- be compressed or their hips weigliea ,Y\xe shot failed to take J 1.1, ^f „1/,.», ih«« nn iniui rpj^^ geAH>nd tuJjC exploded in the in passing through the more frequented i y^^s'wandering.and the brothers lound streets they.w^uid pause; and the man ,^^ ^^^^ who carried a violin, woul.l strike up i ,u>ad, they had lived some old ballad tune with a vigor and ■ .uarried. and buried power of execution which ^ven 'ns . ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ frost-nipped fingers and weary limbs , ^^^^^ Hp,,rt, and yet as distant as culd not wholb' destroy; while the ^ girl with a sweet thougli very voice ; ^^^ , ^^^ ^^ accomijanietl him with the appropriate grandfather's feet, a picture of quiet words.' But their attempts were mis- ; iij^ppi,iL>ss, ami .-iting sweet songs to erably unproductive. In such bitter ; pj^^^. ^^while Michael Weather few who could help it wduld i ]ovingiy traced in her soft features stay away from their warm firesides; ' fj^^j.jfui jjkpncs.'ies to liis lost XcHy, the and those whom stem necessity „j- «wcet voice ol doors seemed only l>ent on despatch- j^jding tlie ten-l^r Illusion, And purely j ing their several t.a6ks, .and !o have no „q Imppier famil y pai ty w;is gathered j time or thought to expend on a couple iop,.yier in all England on that C'hrist-terfer i with business or distracted the j ot wandering. U-amps ^5inging by tlui-i^jtgtide, than that little groSp round atten iion from the nobler cli»kof gold, ; roadsides. Still they toiled on. every Mit'hael Fray's quiet fireside, he was aiicitetomed to creep quietly into ; now and then making a fresh " pitch" the church .and ttiere "talk to himself," | .^t soiac likely corner, only too often I I l NAtüN A '^MITH. ■Î Cii 1 at I a-A-, An KU !I Relien, V RU.MIHI' sol.)!- ut RE!,VA, IlKNKY W. — Aîlomcy Coutiselov ¡it |ia\v, tlunic, N.Y. Rudi: ä IaíVÉIíIDOIví—Attorneys tuíd 'V< ■.iisvl<ii>at Law. WvUsviUe, K. Y. •loIlN'. —.Mtomev and Coim-L.1W, >". Y. and ! marked feature of his character, had become intensified into an absolute passion Evening after evening, when djirkne had settled on the city, and none uld c<>mplain that his music in- down with a mass of cloth that no man would willingly carry. Compliance with these rules, she believe«!, would give to the world a nobler, hejilthier race of women. The obj«;t of a girl's mental training should be. she said, to Pole's hands. The carriage checkrd its progress for an instant, but neither Na-poltMm nor the Emperor Alexander i Remariiabte Ukes. On tlie top of a ridge of mountains in PoriugsU, called Estralla, are two lakes ......... . . ^ . ol great extent and depth, especially one human miad tit lirge befon-, and acting j ^^^^^^ to be unfatliom- on its own account, and I have st-en it, ohicfiy remarkable in witk a glad surprise. Every error and ; ^j^^y ^^en the vii tuc strive here for mastery, but hu- when that is stormy. manity has the best of the condii i. «md ■ ^^ iiierefore, probable that they have progress i^' uppermost." ' ^^ gubterranean communication withUhe --- . r TK ¡oce.m; and this seems to be confirmed How Animals En,OT Themselves. j „.jp^ ^hey throw up. Small birds chase each other about i . ^^^^y „^¡j^^ f^om the sea. in play V but perhaps the conduct ol the j ^^^^^^ ,uioiher extraordinary Ukc in t:ranc and tiumpeter is^most estraordi-I whieh, bctorc a storm, is nary. The latter stands on erne leg, : ^ frightful i-umbllng noise changed a muscle of the face. They were perfectly coqI. The Emper(»r ot ! hops about in the most eccentric man enable her to retison. nqtto f'Uherbrain j^cdcred the postilioiH to with superficial ideas. The proce.ises ^^ve on. "Forward," said h-, and applied to women's minds that arc now the t^arriage resumed its usual speed, devoted to the edicatlon of men, she soldier considered would bring about the eame while results. She advised that girls pursue p.walyzed for a moment by the >i4ot., with thoroughness the disciplinary wrang forward upoti the culprit like studits. Next to this she would place famished wolves, and assailed liim with the perceptive faculties, in which w»-man isnow mueh moie proficient than that may be heard at the distance of several miles. And we are also told of a pcoU or hmntain called " Ftrvencias.'' about twenty-four miles from Coimbia. tJiat absorbs not only woo<l. but the , . ,, , , , i............, J , iightt^t bodies thrown into U. such as lier of the Cents f.ardes Ijad "»<''^1-i (-.j^.,. water with out.>^lretched neck , feathers, etc.. which sink ilecut the tisstissin down. Theciowd. i ^^^^^ nappujg wing.s throwing abundant ^^^ never seen more. ncr. and throws somersaults. The ^ American« call it the mad bird on a;--founl of these singularilirs. Wat<?r j birds, sucfi as ducks and dive after e-.ich other, and clear'the .w- mah. Woman should jilso be mc quainted more or less intimately Avit . physiology, natural philosophy, th'i laws of mechanic?, chemistry, politita'; economy, the cimi-acteristics of a rt-pnblican form of government, rhetoric and natural sciences, all of which are -to---- C.—Atl.irne.v.nnd Connscloi;, at üiiiiHíítuiiga, ^ • Y. ROUP, ». IkíW, Ü1 Sl'EVLNS, .lOSi 11. Ju.—Attorney, and (Joui;selor irt hi'M\ llortielläville, N. Y- I as he callifd it, at tho old organ, which ordered to " mo^eon" by a stern police-J answered him back again with a tender man. As they drew nearer to the city I sympathy and ^ power of consolation I which no meie human, listener could ever have afforded. The organ of St. and the hour grew later, the passers-by ^came fewer and further between, and uie poor wanderers felt that it was idle „ 3-, . J „ . far more important "to the girl than the Well, grandfather dear," said Uly, , ^^^^^^^^^ „^ges. First of all parcn- ^^ ______________ ___________ after a pause "wont you behev. ^^^^^^^^ Woofson placed that of,^., ^.n^^ch ot the winter pi^iae... at- " , M with 1 fitting children, and especially girls, to tended by the whole imperial family and bi^oW b tnl^t^ In^tS living, no matter many-of the highest officials and no),!es foVvf m ' ''rhltg ™ e^ wealthy their family may i>e, since of the co.ntry, t.ttired in their grandest forgm. mc ...I luiMng ever ctoubtea ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ -„f Many people went to the jverty. palace that night, and amon^ others -----———— - tlrere came a lady in a carriage and globe may be It appears from the statistici drawn aH^ spray around. Deer fdten engage in sham battb , or trial of strength, by twisting their horns together and push-blows, kicks, siud maledictions. He was : jjjg fjji-ti„.nia3tery. instantly beaten to death. ».)i'lier j animals preten<Kng violence in grasped him by the throat and rttmngled ; ^^^jp ^jj^j^t of exercising it; him. whil" theennigcd popalac- seized , (j^,. gio:5,tt-st privaution him .nnd beat him till he fell uip on-' ¡njare by his bite;\'*nd th^-oisriing- ________ «cioiis to th-ground. Tlie »tuj»ero!-re-; j,, v/resljjng with hi- keei>er. of w.ater. in tlic interior "of Wash- paired, as uiual, to the llussian cliur-b. | throw liim. and nrak»^ fthits jj, jton Territory. It seventeen iniloi} Next day a mtignificenl Iraii wa.« given ^ ^^ Sameaniiuals carry out ¡,i\ „:rth from »?ait to wo?{. iind :il>out ill honor or his e.>cape. > pj-^y the seni'olatee of i':tt«-b}ng Tlic tiiiiil attempt is fr.=sh in Iiieiunry. i • yoiUv^ cats, for ir.statice. The czar received his warning at j -mall and mtiving ob- ceJebraiion «^f the iast '.....'' » To these wc may add a remarkable spring ncar Eutremos, which petrifies WHMi. or rat her encrusts it with a case of St one; I ut th«- most remarkable cir-cumitunce is that in .summer it throws up water enough to turn seviral mills, and in wint'T is p« rfecl'iy dry. Lake H irnt^s i^ a beautiful and^ rom-intic Him.' ject, even to the leaves strewed by tile autunm w^ind. Th. y nmch and steal forward, ready for the spring, th^body qufVering and tail vibr.ating wi.'b »-mo- . ( Krvilrti:! s.T, tliii rrtAviUs? f.\elvo miles over a. its gilcatcst wj;Uh. Till' elevation is over i,CHk» feet abf»Vf the .si'a-Ievel. It is fed by twu t;m.H]] streams- Moo.ic creek from Use wf st^ and Wiiiow cnvk, fiowing through a suc-..»-iriion of tule mttrshes from the north. Tbl? lake luH no outlet; the -waters eo3t:«n n mixturij of salt gihd saiaratus \UAt,.'Y, S. II.—Attorney end Counselor at Ia«., Belniont,^^. V»---------- ' , T Sliiirr, L. C.—Altomeír Y... selíif'al Ijíw, A»dn\er, K. Y. ■W' and Conn- A?U), lIAMlUroX: - Atîomov nnd Ui'li»oni.,JN\.X=. ..... fnXARÏ»^ V. A«oni4' «»-'T xif'.»^ Ì!<r ut Law, Ik lmoiiti y'.- TITU.SVN; SAM Lev—Al«'>in. ; "od e'. -B ^ «Uw, Ikliast. V Y. ,000; Asia, 199.000,000 ; never 1 liad the renowned^old organ- all; ,md I dare say we shtUl do better mtóu.«0. p.twen^-fo«h»«. , .000,000, di- ! up at the prefecture of police that the numberof cases of dog-madness ceiti- tending the »ight service. Being, un fied la^ year in I^aris r 502. They kn»wn to the porter she asked to be were distributed among . 0 four sea- shown to the apartment of one of the sons as fo Hows: First .uarter, 141; ladies of honor to the empress, a Mile, second quarter, 175; third quarter, 133; Tutchefif. On being informed that fourth quarter, fiftyrthree. To judge by jiHe. Tutchc^ was already in waiting these, figures, there are fewer cases, in upon her niiyesty, the strange jadyin- the summer and autumn than | in the ^^ired forahother lady ofjfeipuor. and as- Wioter and springs. ' cended the staircase of the palace, fol- I— ■ .. lowingthefootmao-wholed-lier^... ButTbemoettouebingtbtegtolwbicbour onher doing so,, one of t^e rourtlere ofattetxttoDi ha» e^r been directed the .t}ie palac« happened to look at hci feet"fcrtftnpi "of the tight h^S.-Zvlr^tts. andobserved that sbeha^ bUckboots, xv.«, they bound tin the moviug I-iaf ^ and again spring forward to .--nother. ^ in strong solution, and are t'sc^.-edingiy -------------. , .„,1 Ben-'crsdw young jaguars .and cougars ofien/ive in odor or tqiste. The immc- canje a " round^ibstances tike kiu nutToWing^^are dreary and bar lighted a the ¡J, Birds of the magpie kind ^re the ' ren in the extreme: So fish can live boutmuln.ght theu=^hour forat- fuU of misid.ief, i« though \Villow crc^k, its.tribu- i-noing the Might service. Being, un ^ .„i^j.^rv i^ a storv ot f„t;v rnninins immense This There is a story ot tapy, CQptalns immense numbers. and with much solemnitv and It studied having air'btuyinfc' them in a hole made to re^ antineadow. bounded by cäil> of c^iye J^post.^ After dropping each stone tic rocks,on the wist, and the tiuibercd it crimed ,"cur ack1" trluumpl^tly. and gJoj^oftheBIuemountains on tlic east, setoff for aiiother. On examining the The ereai altitude rtnder.^ i:*)^ biau- spol a »oor. to;«l.Wfti» Xauud In ..the tif«! valley wlwlly unsuik-d to agricul- which the magpie w^tw stoning for his ture-yiet its luxuriant pastures may some ^ Am-- day aÜurcthither the hardy adv. ntur^r fitalt ' _____ _ - ____________ _ __ ;