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   Angelica Allegani County Republican (Newspaper) - February 20, 1880, Angelica, New York                                 THE EEPÜBLICAN-  »Wffwid Romtne«.  . TtlR TIBcitAll*8 BYOttt.  T^öKTB G. HAYMOND, [''A li^Unl facer^^ ^^ yo8, yer«orrect;  I ThatmAùontheenKÎMthaf  ¡XUot'MarubUmhw, I I)«m'fc|«kthehahdfloTn¿8tconntenancc-.  ;. ' .................ft lyortro - - --- -  jíS&KD EVEllY FRIDAY^lORNlNQ AT llatl tell you, fiard, thar' tòni œon^ wwogh  : ^»c. cu» HOU.E, N. r. : ^^Zll^H^:^^!  . , - ■. "Zl <N<»,Ineverindniges. Thanks.)  lUtw:-!^«'y«!«"' Çl-fiO; «i* month», ;76 '  mi thrH» motiihs. 40 f «í _ . ^ Yw, Jim is an ^ad^tae «ngînèer,  Cashinadviinc« w ptoíerrod} Ina wo ¿«f^ui^A.-  nòt very pfttticuUu', 90 long as suhsoriber» «re 1  jaaseit and will pay vUhma iwwonable tiniÄ'  - Agniuiatiia iNUt«-  I Iw. j 2w. I 4w.  War pat ca the Qqjncy  __ ____jly«,^ '  1... .;iîjûlifi oo'i?3 oo'fií oo'isôo  16() 2 0ü| 3 00 5 00 8 00 12 w  lÍDch. /iucbc9.  3inoÍJéí.,| 2 00 ;J 00,' 6 OOi »OOl 1200lÍ5M icol..... »00 500! « 00 12 00 IC 00 30 00 jcot. .... â C( 8 00! li 0(U 16 00 30 00 60 CO  8 0<; I2 00;1(5 00130 00 60 00 100  Miüñe to tte íampfe'ñff  mt kww, m<«e about the big i«nihoB. rbat, him with the battered up ftce.  t «í«»« ^10 a «í^ o* legitímate way ; ^^goiítatr^D^tomvémgaÍ  .. -------- O»*.  Valentine," fic^ UBceremoaioosly do^i  livered, stood motionless imder tlie giu^ light awaiting fattlier developments. Dinah liip^edily recoveced speech and action and clo^ the door with a bang- -  "Miss^, Missus! for the IioMV sa^ look-a-here!"  As the lady obeyed the imp^tit«. snmrnons and stepped into theMlHtie^ little bundle of tatters and ra^ moved to her side and peepeilup into th^I^id face surrounded by the prim folds of a Quaker Seenoliip to v ^ a i^endliy ilieart shining flie  »»iUi-r^iti'-»-'''"----------  « Si« M i^® »»»d bade ihini.  «MiIitÄtfe his movemente. He  ätum-i  ¿usince»Directory curds, $5^ét* year. -,---  Kcttdiu" Nüticü-t, 10 OIS. per line, flwt insMr I faev'at much time ftir to «pin yon thè yarn,  '^Li^l.dvef omenU^Ji be i^^^^^^ ^^ ^^  So to keep the oM " 90 " alive,  ^iiäV:-Tnmsient ndvertiiements, cash in jîm war'pnUin'the Änrlin'tonpaweDger then, tóvBi««, A sciücmont ^ill bo mttdo quar- ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^  tinív wiüi regular advertiuei«—Jan. I,Apni 1 .... » i i- i .  ijri 1 Oct 1. j An'war, skrnnm'along party lively, ao's not  '«iPRFPl?BO«;AW l. «i»«>repr«Mii««- To lay ont nnmber twenty-one Ireight, tiw wpîr of Äorihey« A^eip^.J^'on^ ; n^je "90 " war* more than a Tiopin' 'em up  'of -  "Dick writ itr  Atmt Ruth took the dociunent and, with a puzzled look at the bearer, proceeded to decipher the queer hieroglyphics.  It h^«videntiyheei} a^alwrious task forthe griniy fingers that had traced them; but she at last picked out the u&^s^ ianbodied in letters of all sizes and lttape$. The writer had evidently made it his sole aim to give the facts in the case, proudly regardless of the minor considerations of orthograpljy aaid punctuation:  cM^barms wereaw9ad hfa: neckÄ;  KnM« ««..kl »"wwunstt otean-  »Äuinsthis black, cheek.  ÜMfilt Md lnltr«stín¿  Are,languages. .  p^on» die e^ety sebond.  i»Ve«tge humätt life is thîÎty.one  mUöB-p^r'hour.  p'ei^  üimfiiTBly machair.  iflÄ ífl^ soveiCMaa  liB^iäerai^ wind blow seven flaire« l^Ollr. ■  '¿ailesj 'per liòuri'"" I  ^iiiunicaîfô môves eighty mileá per  ^pOO-tÄlles! per  i nf r} '  fmfp 1 .TT; WBwe i'f - T}  J ' ■ "'¿'nr»» liraluais«. ^^,,  Among othe^ (^rtiel^ «f |>r%ct.|cal.imT  In Jand  dr^hkge;- in 'the «Tdiw^  it^pyi^ jB^Say oil V Drainage,»? bwed on actiiiat eicpcrjbance, by S^ 4. Woolleyr HiiliArd.\'bhio. Tow^^ tiie vexed ql^iton or the idistande between drains, Mri HiUlarrt^s experience sabstimtiates tji^at thQ dUtance inust be  deterinined'by the nature of the soil, the depth of iiie tile and t^e amount of fal]^ A looairpofnnH Will will p'tifinlt yati>c lu'  Coaatr. ^ an advertÄlu« medìuàniii NoHhcra SUctrUty THK ltlsAlBI.ICAW IbMBorlviil nor cuinpotltor;  A. ter  «Tola» XIT'oarlx.,  Onim fw Job Printing ol any desoiintion ,  srantewl m every instnnco. i ti»..»»« ^ """ an'ahead  {^ur invnrintilo tcnns' lor Job Printinir ' «. »»«"dred paces or so  re-CASH OS vtx.v. zKx. ^  BUSINESS DIEECTOKYT  UmiA), MAOTÍING.-AnctionceiTi^l atîendtothosales of íarm eíock Bholdpropoilj'. Terms reíwoimble. Ad. , Ariícclicn, N. y, "  Jtr-wiü cnll at residence when d^irid wmsoverthopostoflîc«. ««««reu.  ^ on the track, her hands raised.  It ""  move for'ard or back, An'when jHmpnlled thewhistlo she fainted  andfdl  Right down ina heap on the tiactk."  I'll never follatili the day o' my death Hie lo<dE that earn over Jim'« taee ;  He thiowed the old lever cla'r baok like a »hot  So's to slacken the " " wild pace.  Then 4i,e let on the air hniftes Ks quick as a flash  An'Otti through the window he fl An' ekiumed Jlóog the rannia' bopxd cla'r ont  ■■ ■.....in-tìÒBtr—.....r-—-----—:------  An'lay dò wiTou tho pilot ahead.  Then, iist as we reached whar' the poor creetnr' lay.  ¡oltoí^SÁmüel:.  nag®, Wiigf)iis, etc; » var-  ^mmm  âïïsâïî:^  ANCOCK, G£o7X7Y> --  This littul gurí Hain't got no folks  orno ovares to sta'only a womman  that betes her orful and me and a Box  with straw into it tosleap in nights.  I'v^ brune hur to bee yure Wallimüdfé. Shieeyhuñgree.  While the lady was laboring over the odd missive the little waif stoc^ looking soberly up into her iace, and when she raised her eyes, lull of pity and compassion, the ^hild said: " He told me he writ ípto it that I  n'fc TinHn»'"*«^'«--'^ ~ ^ and  don't  found her ......y^mgur sucing  by the fire with little Bab at his side h«T two little h^ds tightly held in' one of his own, and supreme satisfaction at the stKcess of his odd scheme, shiniiig in every feature of Jf|^(^|Her  ey^ filled as she «^od^ m' IflllJbbr a moment unnoticed by the children,! but she wa-snot given todemonstratione^and made no comment.  W.1 « ^e ^ownishe Bi«<^^tricity movealSS^  ^ the drains fe. a .long distaici  compact cl^ is aiS iinpervious to water.and rrtmiiniui «.K..  place Isti 11  Tht first steamboat pli^ tite Hu^PQtt!  in mi. ■ ■ - ■ —— ;  This first iron steamship was built 183oi  < Th^ first lucifer match was made  Thi first horse railroad 1828-7..  was built in  was discovered in Califomik ïn  And then Dick rose in his  holding both the little hands. . ! , | Thè first use of a locomotive in ^tbik "I hain^t gòtmuehto tell,. ma'm. rm countjy was in 1829. L  only Dick, the bootblack, an' thisjyer The first printing press in the United little girl I found one night.- »ie ;and i^g^a^^^i^ , ..  Joe^rtyl^^^ t^a^J^ The first almanac was printed i>y  1 Purbach • ' '  |"lïôci!8Wirôno<j!<,  UrMOND.LAMONTE G.—Publisher o iTive'Ku'UBUCAn; also Book and Job Inter. _____  |Sin'H7 WMrM., M. D.—Physician ^d Sui-geon. Oniee and residence, north side in sti-eot, XUivd house eost of the i»rk.  lELVEtt, (Vorks.  WM. — Wagon m4 Curria^  'ALK, M. Ii.—Genernï Fuinîshing Store, "cörncT^mmtnd Olean^treetai_________  LAW FIRMS.  NGEL& AUMSTRONG.-.Attomcys and Couiibuloi» ut Law, Cuba, ii. Y.  HÎMIS & BENTON. — Attorneys nnd Counaclors at Honiellsville, N. Y.  ► EMENj:^.mi4JKIi F.—Attorney Counselor at Law, Cuba, N. Y.  and  one  He ^bod a tight hold oí her arm, An rai^d her right up «o's to throw her aide  ^Pot^r^h oí  Bnt aomehow he alip^ an' ieü iu with his An' t!ie pilot in stnkm'him, grounu «j* US. face  In a irighttul an' horrible nuvsa!  As soon nf I stopped I baoked up the train . .  To tho fpot whar' the poor lellow lay ; Au' thor* éel the gál with hia h«KÍ io her lap An'« wipin* thaw8¿DQ l^d away.  _______ ^ « like to-  jolly warm here, only my feet's cold»" and she looked down at the h(»vy boots she had on, ragged and run over at the heel. "They's Dick's. He made uie wear ^em when 1 crledi' ^ ^ :  "Thee may take th'^ child to the kitchen, Dinah, and give iter to eafc I will come,presently and perhaps I can find out where she fie longs."  Dinah l^liter dw*^ th«^ll; tlreirct  boots shuifiing heavily over the carpet,  and the-^brighc. blue eyss» sbiMiigjQnt-pt  the smutty face like stars from a mud  hole, lifted apprehensively t* the dark face.  we come out "'twas late and. we was cold an' we run all thé^ way to the box. The box is a big box down by Higby's warehouse, an' we sleep iiito it. An^wi found this little Bab a curled up into it asleep. J«e he was agoin' to bounce hex, biit when hé seen how little she was he didn't. He jest yanked his coat off Ml' put it over l»er an' some old carpet, too,, an' we did cover her up ele-g^t^ an' she slep* till momin'. In the momin' she told us she hadn't  ^y. an' we reckoned to ^rcaî^o  after th^Xw  ______in 1460.  DntH 1776 cotton spinning was ;p6t-formed by the hand-spinning wheel, f! , Th^^t jt^am en^e on this c^t^»-  wil j^S^^UftW aciy iidhi'  '' As 8<iua^ va^B.'  and requires the A  wdterliad^fo a distance df oose soil; bu )r a stiff clay y disthnce ap  ,___________ six rods only.  The; piStlet ought always to be sufil-  innf. «--^ • • '  Tfté List that wtf Swtet. i'  SKetClIíW^  Mlletf m -  thatíthe sevenüeth birthday of OlfBtill « 01 pourao. aüWM., yoo^most««,'' hfidbeeíífoommemorátedtóCáiftbridge,  Ma»8.,by a8urprise?partyét^ey |>rob»- .leiai«a4»a«tgítli««i^Uookr, bly thought lie must be Mder because  Won. H^ began his cSi^P^ ; ;''^M^tJ  gairied Mi eminetít name «í youth, and l  made his first visit to this country not the nék'éaltX^rá^^  far fron^forly years ago» .^He has had a " I,ike cents rtiat arcj>ld, I v6 cgmeh¿k.'^ very atiretttfiií life from boyhood' U> old 1 —"^d," she «Id^" y^ shouia »y,  noTA It» , Like some new cSnia yon atuy--''  .....  " «vening >' agnip. i was ^lack.. Once more'thnt lair damtd I tried, ' Bixt her pn, hg wna waitii^ inside.  It wwlcapynar,rkttow. For the weight dl Ms shoe  «Sf-«d it i, much Ärto^re a  Mr. "f"iitilaavlM8 in aUcaso« to K.™  nom Six to, twelve inchea  _____ was set on  mnsic, and placing him at the Uni ver* sity ol Ghristiania did not wean him a whit from his passion. He neglected his recitations to' play on the violin, and to go wherever lie could hear an orchestra. He was r. regular attendant at concert« and theaters, and one evening,  when "»o 1«"'»'»- --  ^odgt.  *(ÍCEtLAWE0ÜS.  A flour pftrty~The>aker. ^^  never object,to banging  uu«evenmg Cincinnati bas twenty-five ¿¿triamm ... mcAes whèn it Iwhen the lead'ero'f'ai" orchestra wa^ ia one of itsSunday-sch,^^.  aves thete^^ H^ the best poek fo*  eut-oif ls^ade, that although it tHa^y and acquitted himsèlt mbs^creditably. cost ft; little more to dig^jir^n^ tile λ T^is ciKîumitaficë--;iie w^ but eighteen savédiik^oatBr^âin^^ the water ,then—ended bis connection with tli«' is carried off «qnicker and thte land bet- college, nnd the year following Im wont br drainé. Howiifer, when tli^ ridges to Cassel to study under the renowned are top high to dig tlirough, laterals Sibbhr. thpn r.t»n««i .«v-iu..  tniiaf Ko m.^Vvl T •  _ , yards, contins JMO ü^es.  ¡must as they  r .1. . poet for thrhead,  Mmb for the at^ iorthef*ot.  During 1879 more railroad accidents incurred in the transportatíon oif coal  beÄ «rSÄ^ ^^ ."--of any other kind ofS^^  sy enter the main drafes!'Ti»e-composer faiWI "Wanted: A plain coolr>  liA J — ."«lu urains, siiouid . . - ^omposier failed . h»»>u wok,- reads an  belade to enter at an acute S yo«»« fel- «^^rtiseinent. Wonder who^: wife  pointSnr down stream. Mr: HnS: ^^^^ putIhat in the p^r.-BoslonmC^  -- huff to Gottingen ^wfhg fö the ^ Mindea. There .«ältl^ ^ iV»  plam cook," reaàs  JROWN, WESLEY A CO—Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Homellsville, N. Y.  »UUNDAGK, li. C.—Altoriiey and Conn-' teIorat I.ilw, Andover, N. Y.  jUTI.Ei{, M. L.—Attomwy nnd Counselor at Lu\y, Wlulosville, N. Y.  ' 10LLINS, A. B.—.Attorney and Counsoloi ttt law, Alfred, il. Y.  lOOUiY, JOHN.—Attomby and Coun-  ----  WRTISS, JAS. M.—Attorney and Counselor at Law, Bolivar, N. Y. ' ^ .  ELLIOTT, A. L...-Attorney and Counselor at I41W, Friendship, N. V.  fMrXIES, JOHN L.—Attorney and Counselor nt Law, Angelica, îî. Y.  H  A. J.-*AttofBoy nnd .Couni. sclor at Law, Angelica. N. Y.  ALL & SULUVan.—Attorney» and  Couiiselora at Iaw, Wells'^e, N. Y.  l*he tears rolled in torrents right dowcTIrom her eyes  While-sbe sobbeA Jiko_her__hj»rt war' all broke—  I tali yoa, my friend, sioh a sight es that 'ar Would move the tough heart ol an oak!  VYe put Jim aboard an' run baok to town, Whar^ Jot-week arter'week the boy lay A hoverin' right in the shadder o' death,  An' that gal by his bod every cby. But nursin' on' docterin' brought him arotmd— Kinder snatched £iim right outen the grave— His face aint so han'som' as twar' but hia heart  , Remains jist as noble an' brave.  » ♦ - * ' * # ' * 1«  91 course thar's a6eq,uel—as story books say~ i .He (elJ dead in love, did this Jim; Kut he hadn't the heart to ax her to have  Sich a battered up rooster as him. She knowed how lieielt, an' l^t New Ye^s  -—day—---!__.,____  War" the fust ^y o' leap y yoa know, 80 she jist cornered Jim an' proposed on t^e spot.  An' you bet ha dida'6 say no.  He's l^iildin' a house up thar^ on the hill,  An'haa laid up a snug p:le o' cash, -'pii.. ».mM;«'« tn tin prgt o' noxt Mav-  one orter like a  a_ »ictiae-.  iBmpstlyalTket iSnTt^^ ^^  ^^ « f^t! Blest if tV^L^^^  queereÇpîecrôrbusinê^ rse^er~«em^  tie.tô'shè watched the greediness-^th ' ~r.  -<7hich the child devou»^ the big slii« of br^ ràd butter; but site laeli&d uui^i right when, as she finistied her fe^ the " little white begipkr"s.Ud her chair and'c.aught and kissed the big" imhdMy ingi  Was it was if I could.  len^Zr «endii^r  lentmes fer presents, an' I thought «La  -—: 'I cii- « f^aiui m luree 11  1 thought some A irl hrtlh»tifc.  likes you, 'cause ywi JooiTTike: Dick. I likes good black folks i"  WhenSftLtint Ruth came down sh^ found her "wallentine" seated in Dinah's own rocking-chair before the fire. While Dinah herself, down on the floor, had the almost frozen feet in her lap, warming themt and giving vent to some very unorthodox expres^ons of opinion as to the order of Providence.  "Sakes alive! don't know's it's so, but the Lo'd seems to pay a mighty sight of 'tention to some folks and fergit all about the rest. 'Pears like chillnn ought to be looked after anyhow. They ain't though, half on 'em! Things is queer in this world if 'tis the Lord's world!" , '  " Well, child," said Atmt Ihith, '^pow that theei la warned and fed wiU thee tell thy nanie and^wbere thee belongs?" She shook her headl  illix feet. A league is three miles. A Sabbath-day's journey is 1,166 yardsitlus la eighteen yards less tiian two-thirds ol a mile).  A day's journey is thirty-three $nd onfr=eighth milesi  A cubit is two feet.  A grcatcubit is eleven feet.  A hiuid^npSoise inches.  A paltia is tlffee  Jj^ijsat the W end Wid layT e as  lay n^ them, and turns them untU the joant« fit; then broken pieces^?" laid over the joints with *  mearârëj is Tsgr  ........... a few inches  I of c^y to keep loose soil.from 'washing < at tihe joints. The last tile at the lower end shpilld be twice as long as the others, with holes throus^h the end not ;Over am inch apHi^, imd WrdSs  these «6 w to keep all animals put of the drain. There diight to be a stone wall built across- over the mouth of the tile drain, laid up with sand  on the  a Hon^uitt direcwr^  , ^^ , ___ ...» »MC (i  . .. — violin was time the houses are to be numbered, warmly applauded. His quick temper jj^ture cannot stand everything.-involved him in a quarrel with an- j^yune. True; Columbus had td help other young musician, leading to a duel, m^ke the egg stand.-iBpito» JSwi. in which he mortally wounded his ad- ^ .i ,v .a ^  versary. He fled from Hanover toes- ^ f f  cape the law, and, after some months' Francis^, cla.nis that he ^iH wanderiig, arrived - in Paris, poor, locomotive constructed m this country, friendiess, unknown. Theri3 he was so i *  «/."„T'""'"'* or cement, forlorn tliof «rwT- »» ^ ®^^rficfintWarrivi^fttHavr«.  to a little girï what" hadn't nobody^ but Aie. She's real cute, ma'm. "Iseatfyout .once, ;'tôn.'' add^ ^^ to Dinah^i who stood with dish U>wd:ia J|àùdirgf%vely iU<i'.wocds. " I was a blackin' il felier's boPts'fin the market the day  Didûi't<.he rtm, ^ougli» when you,let him go2^'  ^'clar forV said Dînaii, ''he's tellin' the tmfer'Feard like I felt he mig^ be 'liable the minnet I sot eyes on him."  Dick made no comment on Dinah's change^f base, but lo«ked «ii^estjy into Aunt. Kuth's face. As she said nothing he repeated timidly, a little quaver in his voice:  ** She hain't got no mother n»r nobody in thé world, only me, ma'am; an' she's. re:3d cute!" ; ;  Dick," said Aunt Ruth, quietly, " I ^lould think thèè would rattier ffind a lionMiibr thyself than to take so much trouble for a at^nge little girl." i  " Ma'am," said Diek, gravely, • * 1 heard a preacher-man on the street one A^^ »ûiiîn» »ihniit. « irood feller that  > ÍRÍfinds. A firkin of butter weighs fifty-six pounds. _  ;Atub of butter weighs eighty-four  E'  OLLIDAY, D. H.—Attorney and Coim-^«ler at Iäw-, Ganftsemga, N« :Y. ^ „ _  HAKDING, E. E., G. W.  nevs and f !<)iiiisf>1rirA aV.T.«  ft F.—Attor-  i^ncya atid Counselors at Iäw, Hume, N-Y-  JOSES & SPA^GUR. — AttprnoyB aud Couuflelors at Law, W^villc, N. Y^  JONES & FARNÜM. — Attorneys and Counselors at Law, WcUsville, N. Y.  JONES, WSl. F.—Attorney and Counselor at Uw, VVellsville, N. Y.  JONFIS, IRA W.-^Attome# and Counselor at I^w, Wclkville, N. Y.  IOVERIDGETsmrr. —Attorneys and i Counselor at Livw, Cuba, N. Y.  VERS, IRA II__Attorney and Coun-  sek-Tat Ijiw, Belmont, N. Y.  Jist a year irom the day o' the mash— The gal says he "risked his dear lite to save her», . ^  An' she'll jist turn the tables about , An' give him the life that he saved—thar's the " Ull, .  Good day, sir, we're gotn' to pull out."  : ^Ka, in Quincv Modern Jirgo.  ways  ' coinpound cognomen "Ha»thee no mother?" "Once. She called m§ 'Here-you-Bab!' Father struck her once with wHp, i^ifd in the morning she went And one day the pérlice  AUNT ROTH'S VALEHTIHE.  M  MORTON, a. M.—Att<»rney and Counselor at Liw, Frieudihip, N. Y,  ■DICHAKDSON, FLIiNAGlN Ä SMITH.  ,V~Al.toineys aud CouiiscIor<) »t law, An |ehca,îi. Y.  UMPFfTjOHN.—Attorney and Coun-selorat Uw, WeHiiville, N.-Y." |  . HENRY, W. —Attorney und  Äwä A »nä  Counselor*ntTA^tVéÌlsvfllè, N: '  pEU'A JlJt Conni  R  RÒ17P. li. G,--AMornoyand ¿ounscior al Cauttserag«; N» Y.  "Dinah," said Aunt Ruth, "thee may light the gas in the hall and siee who is at the door; I hear the bell again."  " 'Deed, Missus, it's only another of them mizisable boys with their valentines, I'spect! ^y legs is aiiout broke now, and reegota dreadful misery, in my Ijack a-runnin' to the door, with noth in'there but them no 'count pic-tm and chalk marks on the stepal!!  Mutterfng thus she sailed trom the room with the air of an offended prin> cess, opened .the door cautiously a few nche9 and plered cut into' the snow , storm that WHS raging; but seeing n® i on% pwwdcd to shut it with muttered ' white  y^iis of age« blitck as el^ny, acantily  . JOS. Coiuiselor at  S  SeeriT,  Htljl  11. 'Jn.—AUonipy and , Hyrj»eílwülc, N. Y.  clotK^ ill «^ cotton ^ s^ pants a world too large for him, which nearly to hit shoulders and he!d in plac« by suspenders of twine,  > r f?.—Attorney and ConowJor at i and turned Up at tlie ankles, showing -Y; pairpfbare^eet,ro9e,ftoma ooTiier ^  [etï^, UWDS.J-Aitormw;^ S^c i)^'dw S^r^fiag hlËt ti  ' m<»D^ttnitea»iK>plyj|i^she surreyëd . him, hé at last deliberabely stepped into^ thtt-Iighted bull drtgglag by the hand a' g^tftbncwt biddeiiin the folds of a ragged ïdexter»  ously lerk^ fimm to sbonldei^ sajr  betör  at Iaw, Beltnont. N. Y.  ÒANFÒROriì^  O K'lor ut Lv-^w, Andovcr, N., Y. - -  TUACY, S. H.—Attorney and Counselor at Livw, lielmontii N7>V- • ■ . '  AK FLEET, L. C.—SuoriMsy and Cottn-H'"or at Iaw, Andover, N.,Y; : >  W «0,. H AM ILWN. AUnfyêy »I Counselor At Xiaw,:^lk'lma{|t,N. Y.  ni»J"  -took  dead.  father away, and old Bet told xpc to go 'long, too, and I went'long fer as ' could. I hadn'li nowhares' to stop-foi, nnd i crawled into Dick's box and he put tîiîn^ o^ me and-fix^ nice^lacp, and ev'éry day he took care of nié. ftc made this''-¿^d here the child stooped and drew from one" of the capacious bo«ts which she had put on a^iin, upon getting down from the'rock-ing-chair, a doll, whittled firom a stick and artistically finished with coal, as to hair, eyes and month. She looked at it admiringly for a moment, rearranged its drapery ol old print which was somewhat disturbed by its ioumey in the boot, and restored it to its resting-place. Aunt Ruth sighed again. " Give her a warm bath, Dinah, and then thee may make her a bed on the lounge in my room. I wîll give thee something that will serve heras a night-  poiinds.  The following are sold by weight per bushel :  Wheat, be^ and. clover B«ed, sixty "^iwdji per bushejU . /  Corn, rye and flaxseed, fifty-six pounds per busheh_______________  Buckwheat, fifty-two pounds per bushel. ■ : i -Ir , j ^ .  Biff ley, fo^ty^eight pounds per bi^shel.  Oats^ thiirty-iiv'te pounds per buahek ^ Bran, thirty-five pounds per bushel. Titnothy seed, forty-five pounds per bushel.  Coarse salt, eighty*five pounds per bushel.........................  ^511 ÖM elght^inch tite-  i„ Mr. riifaih fonii  you do it to them you do ît to me, an I'll remember and be good to you some time for it!' When we foUnd Bab a-curled up in the box looking so little an' so helpless; I thouglit it meant for us to take me ufficr^ on'poor Jop, he  tramps and their Signs.  Jim Ward^ who signs himself "Chiei," writes to the Troy Jinm: I have Just returned to your city'i^r a tour of exploration' down ¿oiitfi lasting several montlis, and reading in your paper of .tanuary 21 an article on tramps and their marks, % desire to be allowed, as an old veteran of that honorable body known as " the tnimp association,"~to correct a few mistakes. I claim that tie-tramps-w«i©-4hei>rigiflst^^  Hilliard's  'i®»««»®.^- ... ____________  should be a size larger than the others as the wire will impede the flow of water somewhat.  The authorrty 4tt qaesti«* Jielieves there is no vel like wsU<er by which to grade drtilns. Pipe-tile which is circular has many advant:^es, among th.em the possibility of being laid true on the bottom. Horseshoe tilear^^^ n^t recom-mendcdl Solid ri-atlier thdn poryuk tile aro' preterred, beiiig stmnger and not  When open ^ Mr. Hilliard urges that th^y be made .is straight as possible and as deep as may be, with «i4es4i&ving .a slope of a loot and a half to ejich foot of depth. Open ditchcs do notilrain the land .as fast «r as weU as do tile drains.  Other points of general interest pve-genteih''lii this essay are: Tile drains wMeh empty into the maiti ghould have a fall of at least six inches; the avoi'd-" ance of many laterals and the intrusting of making tile drains to hired help. A fact presented and not generally known Is that if a swampy piece of woodland is suddenly dmined most of the old timber will die; the oaYs and hickories will go fizst. The change is fii-st noticed in the tops of the trees. Howevei' , the young timber soon accommodates itself to the change, :md after a time grows more thriftily, than before.''  by the loss of  lnwwÉ< limi  his  wàs very sueeeSTui?  TflreTaSw  caltour^of Europe/and at the end of ^ manufacture of clothing^  seven years^ h^ ^acquired a fortuW. 20.000,000 suits a year. -  His style of playing was like that of , , . , * j *  Paganlni, whom he resolved to ex-  cel. but whom he could never rëaliy an- ye^ whi^^ dou^^^  proach. Attwenty.ei2ht,he returned the product ^air^  to Norway wiUi a Parisian wife, wmes m the United States. i  settled on an estate he had bought near During the year ending Septwpbw30,  Bergen. Five years later he came over 1879, there were 843 railway accidents  here; wr^? enthasiastically welcomed, in the United States, by which l^per-  -------- and went back to Europe with untold sons were killed and 752 hurt,  SltcE^ areyTie^ted^^Ji^^ ft good while he roamed Of the 117 per^ns who committed  over the o)d worIdi^veT:oncert3,^nnde suieide in New York city, last; yeér 150  à câjppaigu in Algeria against the were males; 60 wer^è Germansi^native-  Kabyles,: built a theater in his pative bora, 11 Irish, 6 French .md 11 unknown,  ^own and tried to establish there nu Chicago packed JasL jyear 5 Jd.^  tional schooll of hterature and art. But being an increase of tenlïër^^t. '  his ideas were too liberal for Scaridi- ovVr 1870, and seventy-five per'cent^  navia; hia : sentiments offended the ^y^y. 1877. Over 10,000 inen'î^-«».  government; resulted m many troubles, pjoyed. i -  including lawsuits and the dissipation rx 1 ^ » w  of most of his wealth. His wife died, . t'îSfT  and he again visited America,1fou«dîng « - ^  in Penn^Ivania a colony calkd Olean:^ ^^ ^ ^^ -u-.-u i... HwWdrd. Hoofaci mnki^ a leap-year proposaU-l^  rec&oy^d JSO. tw.  ";I thinjk l'Jl keep- my valentine Dick," Aunt Ruth said, with a smile ^'¿I-Meverheardrof sending baok*!valen-tfe;Tbèneve. And I think I wtìl s^^^ bue mysèlf; too. Thee may carry it fòr me to Friend Brftdley's gfllce, oh Har«  lem streét,  The BOte was llt^ten % fair, up-right hsjid, in a few opnclse worda :  Fkikkd Bsapleyi Ì send thee a vai-  The poor Uttle wandering: ChiB was^ soon wrapped in a warm shnwl and curled down on the lounge in Aunt Ruth's pleasant^m; too much «cited' by the novelty ot her position to sleep—  entine. Thea will find the lines belonging to the picture in the twenty-fifth chapter of Metthe w, fprtieth verse ; BIuth Harmon.  It is a year smoe Aunt Ruth received and sent a valentine,and the Mth iif jFeb-ruary, 1881, wh^ it wtties, will 'find ¿0 happier child, than little "Drat-you-^b;^' no prouder boy than "Valentine Dick," who occupies the p<»t of errand boy in Friénd Bradley's office; no moré peacefbl heart^tfhan Aunt Rutins; and  mystic marks which have so frequently adorned fences, giite posts and doors, although it is possillle that soap agents-members of another branch of the tramp organization—have since adopted these marks for business purposes. Wh^n tramping was gpod-^-and thnt was some  -^AfH iln^imtfn^^ hy US tfaUt  all houses where" the inmates were good for food, clothing or money, were to be marked in order to give uslittle trouble jwhen we wanted anytoing. Where Tonly^a mealJiould Jbe obi^^ this fact was indicated by a small squafe| where a fello w would get the griitid bounce an X expressed it, nnd for clothing he was directed by XX. Money hotisi» were marked $; alu)use where the inmates were friendly but the dog unfriendly waf marled li gri^t bigiD. But at the present day tramps a^ not guided by th^ marks, as there are few houses where tramps are regularly fed.' The tramp bore is now playetl out; but whatever may be said against the tramp, it cannot be denied that he has made his mark jn this world.  Soaklnjt Seed iîôrHrr""-—^—  Farmers whs are troubled by the crows pulling up their corn in spring, sliould not put off the purchasing of materiaLs for making a solution in which to soak their seed corn until it is wanted at planting time. Many do this, and th'iy R?" young corn pulled by the mischievous crowsl TITF materials rfceded are gas tar and blue vitriol. For six bushels of wheat, a half pint of tar and two pounds of blue vitriol are sujicient. Thé tar should be put into a pail, witR^ç^^allon^^aïm water added to It, an4 then, well stirred." Tho ^cum thit rises t» the top must be skimmed off. Mix the ri^riol in another vessel, and also with one gallon of water,iand when both are well dissolved, mix together and sprinkle over the seed com, which should be mixed up until all the kernels are wet with the solution. If the grains stick together, add a little plaster of paris. Crows and field micc will not trouble corn thus pre-mwei.—Neuf York fkm.  more resumed his concerts, and at the openingofthe Academy of Music here There is probably nothing in this (185i)^ried to establish Italian opera, transitory world that yields larger and .ind failed, losing heavily. Then be re^ quicker returns on the amount invest^'d crossed the ocean, made more money than poking a wasp with" yoar finger to with his vioUh, and, aftiervaiied travels see if he feels well- :  and experiences, has settled down in a The Mormons aré Work&^etíejrgeti-New England town with a Minnesota caUy in Mexico, and with considerable young enough to be'his grsuid- success in making converts. It is aaid ^'"o'^'^omp^itioiL-jCJiia^ they Intend to get a footing for coloniza-HeSTtloinfilíe^^  wile.  daiigEtef:  moreromtmtic than his career. ,  perhaps, but he is "a Western poetrnterrogates: " Where «'"a» l^ad?" We don't vpmt to be ^^ im^butw. would s^^ - ft)r the sake of appearance you iMid on  jom feeL—'Ed. L. Adams, 1  IfywifjtfffY tLfifnfii-i." _ I When a man reflects that by gjing  *-*wM4g-a-jSiw generations be can claim  .....  Néwti^mèa from thé Cardobaobserva-  his,Strongi^t beams, a more dignifi^, | director «f^ uhdlsniiiyed, constitutional .grumbler • discovered a than poor old Dinah, who pets or scolds  . , ___^ And who sums up the  « mülentittí^for the Iwiy wot  UfeshereP* • , . '  Tím» twniJaf. he t»n tàpìAìs Ä>wb ti» steps wd d^pefiïjd tí»  her wooden triaré and stsxe, first at  kind face at the firecfd^'&addénly^be raised herself on her elbow.  *' Di<^said he beam there was angels that lived somew^eres an' took care of folks. Be you one.'" .  " No, no, child," said Atmt Ruth, gently; " I am onlV Aunt Ruth. Goto 'sleep."  Yes, 'm. But I do wish Dick was a wallentine. It'swerycoldintohis box."  AnntRuth and IKnah s«it lal^ into tibe night b^ly fashioning warm garments for the little <Hte, and i^idered themselves well repaid^by the delight witb which they were donne^in the  monüng. ^^ -  Wl^leiliMpy little " Drat-yoa-Ba 1''  iiriis tkldiif W bB^^  ^^iaâoii^^l^HUle girl^lookiitg ttp.  tifnï% ÑaSHáte,^ jmd who up wh^jiiatterin^^ ?£  —^-Somelim.e3: cbildren .is a comfort, but voMÚ^ they is añ~ággniVBttoaH Them two^them two wallenties—is a-wearing the life out of my bònes^ the poor orphanlcss things! But Missus Ruth.is so sot in lier ways that I've got to have'em under foot , to the. end of time, if the Lo'd spares us!'*—iticj/ M. ÉUtMt in PhiiadeJiMt Tinrn.  irylih^tei-has M, chichi in the 8pi|^eiyhat ob9cu#||inguage bf Üie diis-p^roj^ jiapgi^i^^ sun |a á north-mlilléilíi^^f^lrbe only comet of shorts this (jfear is  Winnecke's, and that, according to the l^afMepted^culationsjtntoorW^  àsàmL  The Indian Evangelical Iteviem i^ves the foIIoi>ring statistics olmissiòmury results and increase in India : From 1850 to ; 1861 the amtaaL^vfirage increase of i^fll^c^te irnV -fm that to isri'it i i Itt 1873 the adult  -Impttsms an set down : at 5,000f in 18^4;  iit 187S¿at Ct^QOO; in ia 1877; si. 8,Q00f {n tS78, at  in Famhe as^ Relief. .  i^ifa ciy of distrasi of?wiu»t of bread, comes from many of the countries of the, old yrorld.: Àg^nj^f« in 1847, famine ¡9 threatening the west of IrelsndiTmd-thfr want 'of aid will be still greater before another harvest or even the summer comes. Even then some permanent me-osures of relief for Ireland will be needrd. From Persia we have the same news of threatened starvation as in years  cember next. Probably if Dr. Gould has really seen a great comet, it is a hew visitor Drom the depths of sp^. If we are to bs treated to such a t^lcstial spectacle as those of us remember who saw the great comet of 1868, this . gefieration may be considered peculiwdyjbrtunate in that^ espect; for ft is the lot of very few m n to behold more than one such a sight iii al|f«tlme. One of. the most impressive things about these wondering ylsitors, which in former ages strack whole natiocs with teritor, is the lacty'whioli seems unquestionable, that they royafs firomisun to itfti' and syirtem to syste». occdpying  ---------------  for the people, and help must còmèTfom abroad. From Mesopotamia and Kurdistan the same. From parts of Russia -comes the same cry. The St.-Petersburg Goios has intelligence fi^om the trans-cauc^us tiiat the condition of . the inhabitants of the Shattu'-Dalagez districi» is terrible. A quantity of bread-Stuffii has been t;elzed by the hunger-  stricken people.  An evidence thiO. the world is not b^ coming more hard-hearted is aÉi>rdedby the ready response that is made from one country to another when jgaunt famine stalks abroad. The spirit of charity more than ever before pervades civilized lands, and in no country is. it  "TTHItin H >1.11 ^—---------- --------  That the son of a man, who, when he several < hundred ancesto^,'iuid r«i!eet«—  is not breaking into sliops and bouses, is how little they have left him for an in-  in the Slate prison, and of a woman, heritance, it makes him feci abu^d.-  wl w, at the age of three, was convicted Siillw^r Lumbertaan.  of theft and had livedr among, jcximinals a , . » • .. .1 eve, since, who was the daughtei of a  woman thatkept a disorderly liouse and "f  drove her daughter into the streets to ^into matehes,imdused  steal-that the offspring of such parents 000^ worth ot . revenue  shaaid. have lived a life of crime is as f/»i^ ""TKSi^^ir  natural«, that night should succeed Sf  day. He is but fomUon years old, and, ^ tmd, doorijaade tn ih^ United  on being sit h «.s mother's retmest ar- _ \ ^ ' ...  rested ami brought into a N^w York AmeHcautmyelm ab^d^h^^^ police court in the hope of «..ving him, wondered that the English raihri^s did  Udiu a loudand impudent tone! "tbM "ot adopt the Ameripaji sya^ of  woman {b rifiief and a shoplifter, and ^^«ff' both,for Aeir own.  mnts to get rid of me." She said that Protection and for the convem^cc of  she had lavi^hod money upon him, their passengers. The Loj^ jmd  sending him to three diflerent Can«! Northwestern company, the gte^ hne  dian colleges, but he ftlw.ays cam« back I^udon-and f.iyerpooi,' has re-  to New York, frequenting low .a:oons «««t ^ s^nt over to the Central V«^  anct-c^nsortlng with desperate cUarac- mont for^a .speci^ea s^  ters. She obtoined a good situation for jnd checkmglacihti^. ajd fe h.nve  him in a second^md furniture store, ^^  but when the proprietor, a woman, Edward M. Thompson, of Miwtpeher.  threatpnf^d I0 dismiss him for bud con duct, he seJzed^a carviftg-knife and, at the point of it. made her write out a recommendation of g^d character, to thceffeet-4ha|L hgjm^j)^^ steady, honest lad. When bis mother stop^  V Observer.  Myuvuv -----  speaking iie began abusing her again and said she was always trying to. get rid of him. Twice he came from Montreal to Detroit to find her, but shie had left forVew Orleans, leaving hln^ only fivedollars to get back to New York with v rad at another time she put him out oHhe house. He confessed hel was niBver happy in school. The tutors' made it unpleasant for him. When the magistrate remanded him to prison he cried so that he had to be brought back to see wh^ thejmatter w&s|:;aarher^pqn he began abusingliis mother a^in. HiV mother is named Lyons, and is well known in variaus cities as an expert  r^uwuiu ili. JL..'^^,-----,  an agent of the road, h^ also g^e over to instruct the English railroad officials i n the pratîtical working of the A meri-i-un system. . '  _L_ ' gaveJheBsnf.  "The price of p^pèrîuSnBteïnidvHi^^ heavily alt pver the çoontry. If the price is maintained the public will be compelled to pay more for thelr news-papers. I^y daily and weekly pnprrs have already increased their subscrip- '  tion price. ' , ,  Tlie ^ vanc« in paper càn be stopped if the people will^ye and sell theirold. paper nnd rags. Three tuontlis'savings of rags itnd old paper by ihe-entlre population, and selling them in the m^'kfts, would check the advance in paper.  app'c«l to the people In this matter. A nd ^ they should also eoonomicé In thé ccn* sumption-ati much as pMs^ble. ^^   

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