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   Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1879, Bristol, Pennsylvania                               VOL. VI-NO. 37. BRISTOL. BUCKS COUNTY, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL IT, 1879. WHOLE NO. 349. COOPER CONARD on nt M AKI DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS AT RETAIL. DM SS GOODS inrreniu J nilluli, and Anier Ic Jin iniikos I 01 Oltl D riiHlmicics 75c it 00 t ltKM.lt Koicltles In sniBlo ind doul lo widths _5e to "52 W II III N OH tJebcgo in Millie ant double wiiHlm tofl 00 I'S'GMSII Dress 1-Xc InOOl AMI Dicwl to J7 ICOI 1 5e (it 7( VMHKIGS atdCrelimi ho 1 liri loths I CIL 1-j( SI 1 ItSt OKI US Tt A lUjAC'v nwhmerot S0( tuSfJKI ruinisc III NIllFfJ AS Alp ic 11, ell IIIjAOK uewstites BI-AOIv Silks, Tu >Ui .5 "0 tn ft I O) fi IT OKI I) Sill 1 7 e lOc 1100 --1-1 to 00 SIKIPJ Sllki 10e Me GJ( (7t 7re losloo J bilki 7jc 'Hi 1'MvIN Strliies, Brixiulcs, and Moires s-l _" to yi rOULAKD Sills SlUtPLiintll'lndSllks Sue b_e Oil MOSI INI MM I ,V.t t "'li to SI 01) DmuerH ule to 1 Ol) 11( lo (III lUKHONit, NuktlCK JIaii tkeletiiel-' 'White dooils Jtiini Hosici} Buttoiisl nnytH PIIIM M.cdln Skht Lrial, bilk, 1 tnev dooilfi etc T Mill He Illc i5c i-l (0 to W 2S lOt 1 je Ijo -Oe. .'ito NAl'ICINS per HI >-SJA OniHh to MI N'S anil trc ISe to 00 SI U1XO Sat-kiiiR 7jc. lo s. 00 IIALIANS SilLsim Pudding, etc IJ v J Drills mill Din.li" 1( JtlAMvllS OilllH etc I imeit pnets 1JI irOLSI J C.OODS m L" lit Mini lv llANMIjS nil tlio bcht makes liiloo TMIIKOlDJjREl) Ilimnols B e to I 00 MI N'SSlurhii S jo to 00 JVII N'S Meht Sim t" 8 i S' Shirt" "5L M IIR I I ie to Ue Tl OOlt I.lneim 'Ot. to 00 III I ACH1 DShieUngs to i2e 111   Hjl A01 1 COOK 41 East State Sticct, Ttonton, IV J. -A-i-o tlie JLesicliiia; IVINS BROTHER, turera anil Doilorh In Furniture, Bedding and Feathers, Nos. 64, 66 68 North Second, Near Arch Street, pun, EibTABLlbllED 18.J4 W. J. HEISS BRO. CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Avenue and 3Tvoiit Street, A. SPECIALTY. Something ISTe-w. TRIMMING STOREl WOOD STREET, IIS SALT IK W KIDC E has just opened a trimming and notion store M AT NO. 56 WOOD STREET, Wliere you will find choice ol Zephyrs, Trimmings, Fancy Good and entiling p attaining the bualii'Jss, In great varletj anj tit CITY FR.IOES. patroritice Is rttpectfully solicited Seven Per Oeiit. 111 cut ui; rnr. FOR SALE STOCK IN HIE BRISTOL COMPANY Pnysqnar- tcrl> dividends at the rate of Sevon pt-r cent per anniiui, almost ibsolutc seounty Ihe isetittrelj in real estate ot tne raoht substantial churucter, and at the present low costot buihi'ng, the ahie ot which erj stock- hoMcr is capable to judge It Is not posMblo to nnil atij other Iinestment so liuco ft return at to little risk JOSHUA PKIRCE THOMAS, COLTON DENIAL ASSOCIATION NITROUS OXIDE GAS. DR. THOMAS makes ft specialty of extract liif teeth absolutely without pain bj the aid of Nitrous Oxide Over persons sue cesafullT inhaled tho gaa ut his office 9n (South Pblliulelptiln IVotioe. Drumm, late of eceased TESTATE of Kev John H FJ Brintol, Bucko County All pewont indobtwl to said ed to make' immediate, jiaytant, und those bftv- olAijte will preeeiit t ileliy order for settle- JEAN IE 6 DRUMM, v Executrix. Olnfr p 0., Philadelphia, Pa s IVotlce. THC utideisignctl Auditor, appointed by the Oiiliins' tiurt of BucksCountj to make distribution oftlie balance m tbo hands of John Burton and LUwoofl Burton, Administrators with the will amioxed ot Elizabeth Stotkham late ot Bristol J.owiislilp in aaiU Comity, dc ceased to and amongst tlie persons leKallv en- titled thereto, hcrehv notice to all p trtles interested, tha the will meet them at his oftloe m the Borough ot Bristol, in naid County, on Tues- day, the Twcntv Second dayoi Apnl, at ten o clock A M to attend to the duties of his ni pom true nt AN1HOMT SWAIN Auditor For- Sale. rnHE good will and fixtures J_ ot the Whitmoro House Bristol, Pi Immediate session. Apply to A OH tlie Use Dr. Van Dyke's Sulphur Soap. Makes tlio skin.beautifully white and healthy, repoTes 4andmff, chafing, prickly heat, sores, eruptions, burning, stinging and itching; ot the skin and ticalp. A sulphur bath with it is highly recommended. Always ask jor it by its i till TESTS 1 sat lo flay uenoath (he pint And uv tlie long lake shine 1} ev, nd as weai v, and the d Sank languidly away Cell Ind the lorests purple lim J ho sun RUB lair iur mo 1 crt loi h in notinlHsvuu All earth soul comj lote Jji iiaruiony, whioh could nttord Isomore nor s] oil tho chord. Could I be blest and you alar Wtruotherl.orjou, thin aie" 1 lie ted silver of the night It uned down a delight J ho moon's moist be mi on nieadovrH e Pale bars athwait the shade, And mmimirn ciept liom tree to tiec, JlystciIoiiB notlroru to me! I st tired the cmbera ionised tlie br u d n I mused on either hand 1 he i cd oe ot hu man tbought iamiff eei sured c iccreci ot taugb! rtuiMng at earh J iranic Hue I caught no eeho In m jourfeoul to mire' Anil 1 mt, wlicn life rceastits ionn J o pasbu o i cst i rid ai m Jjictbo soit lingf img seiibes !n sleep K h itt pence, Tbo ttihli I iniglit iasluoneil died Indrt brought to mj He F ucwell ray natuic H A ino equ il iliall poasetffl fj e isiei to unouncG or wait, Jiuph the pci feet late (oldi ena the haughty flio ihut nauglit cousuiuei except Its lull desire OOLOEADO'S NEW WEALTH, I'he Mines Around Leadville. A conospoi dent of Hi1 ToiU In- bum at Loadville, the new mini ig camp in Loloiudu, wn es lhat jotiiual thnl mmeis ue flocking to tlie nch caibonalc fields o: ihit ie0ion iiLllic rale of 800 a Week Oie is tak n out vioilb Vi a pound It is thought llnl the locility of the p esent camp will jieltl of the pucious metals pci llicie aic vallejs and langes adjacent lo Ihe camp enoimously rich m mines, whith have not jet been fully etplorcd Many intcieslujg details aie ptcscntcd in the letter, which we IB pi lilt below ti M, Col April 8 i tish to LeartviHe continues unabitcd Even the lai off England h at s have sent their vcs, while fiom the neaiei East- c n blilf- iietwci u the Hudson and Missis piiiv-n, mil from tlie extieme South, Hie tide ol imnngialnn Ins been immense tVIl the ia Inij lines, with their stage con neclions, aie ciowded duly witli excited and anxious capitalists, ths mnjoniy of ttliom cume lo Leidville to atay Dur- ing the pasl month the population ot this ty his been incioisid at the i lie of 800 a vveek.incl I torn piescnti1 num ler VV 111 Je Itl0c: 13 i d cone and spinig I inly opens 'ihe loads leading into Leadvil'e now lu a lemble coi diHon, and in coniiequeiice the lates fot a'e ruinously great clifhcnlly is experienced lianspoitation loi fuflieient goods to supply the ilailj demand of inch a lapidh giovving town ?s Leadville A million pounds of freight weip shipped to Leadville fiom Colo lailo Sp niss lone diiing the pist week 'Die li'ni, consumed hj most of the fieight huts li riom seven to twelve davs, audit not nnfuqnenllj h ippens that load after load nf in ]_ht is d imped out by the load side, lo lie ioi days at a ..line The Bl irk Hills been neai'y depop nlated since the Leadville level set in, and expeneiiced mineis flora U ah and Ciliforini aie flockms to the caibonite fields liy liniuheds i he mountains miles tioiind the IKVV c imp aic thickly cov eied wi h piospeclota and mmeis colonies may be found in cveiy d lection New i incs uc beinj rpei eil npeveiy day in the week, ml nut a fi vv ul lliose diseoveied w ithui the pisl ten davs piomts1 as sine and saft litmus as any that I ave been opened since the caiboi ale t htat. Set in 1 astern capitalists have invested ely dm n g the past d lys, ai d high ligntes I ave been paid fur some of the uioic- Honusing locations FtHjIi KICII IIILIS The best paying mines thus fai opeiated le upon tour hills or mouulams, called iMjer, Catbonate, Iron, and Long md Dei Ihese lulls stretch in a line aloig the eastein limits ol Ihe toivu lor a distance of about miles Fijei Hill lies at Hie uoilhein eud of Ihe line, and Long and .Deny it the southern Upon the named hill aie found the Little Pittsbmgh, New Biicovei j. Little Chief, Dives, Ctuys- ohte, Cubonifeious, and Vulluie, the besl kno-vv n because tlio fnsl diseoveied, and up to this lime Hie best piying because Ihe best woiked The first foui named belong to the "Consolulaied Mmjng ol which Messra '1 iber and ex-Senauor Chafiee are the pnucunl parlneis These mines yield a falser output of ore than auv othei foui in the distnct, and are legaided tie the most Immcdiatel} joining the Cousol idated Company's mines, and embiaeei! m the same belt, arelheCaibomfeious, Chiys- olyte, Vtillure, Ealo i, Pandon and Tair- Tiew, all yielding glide oie, and owned hy Burden, Taylor  ed in sacks to Omaha, bt Louis oi Chi :ago Theie aie olbei churs i "ir the iong and Deiry gioup, some of nhich will note is rich as the former ire the Wide Awake, Last Chance, Home itake, ind SGvei il otheas. nn rtTunr 01 icuniLiE Iliavo mule i poisonal inspection of all lie mines above named, m companj with a nintng evpcit of many jeais expenc'ico nt ihe ooimon that lich denosits of uinera! will be found In those that aie nil leveloped that wil suipiise th> coiuHij. I lave been thiou0h ueaijy all the pionnnent mines in the cimp, and find tho'e 01 the on lulls alieadj named to be the most not onh foi immediate lesults tit foi permanency While theie nt cores of intelligent, expeiienced men who have spent the celtei portion of leu lives in mu nig express 10opinion "that Leadville has seen its best there aic liundieds ot o'lieis, equally itel'igent and experienced, wl o are as turn i then convictions that the new camp is nlv in its clothes, so to spcal, nd that before six. n-onths raoie nave piss d, such of mil eial will Le ade as nil] astonishliic "Vvoild I can see 0 n dicatiims of tjilnie in a iv of the oldei 1 ncs, and judging tjom all the icumstanees, 1 can see no nason nhv ulorado sh mid not be as nch m hei s Ivci lines as Nevada Ins been, noi cm I see by the minis sliould not be ab permanent ml 1 While there aie miles upon nnks ot teni iry to the east and south of Leadville that e cjvered with the cabins of the adven- uious niineis, there aie scores of uulisto 10 not ih and west of this camp, and but a few miles distant, the foot of the prospector never vet trod, all Ij ing in the same miuetal belt, and as piomtsmg of I'u tine wealth as this camp w is one >eai ago Ihe pnncipil m'nes named in this letter a daily output ol oie of about 450 tons to which may be added 150 tons fiom the K-uinerous smallei mines in the vicinity o ied lNf tt befoio 01 nee, llu old tcntleman nas n ont to say vln iel unig this slorv "hivel ovei met vnh i jou IL; author uboso fully beleved n Ins own pom noi vvilli one that hid so much le-iionfn s icL lulicf, loi m> visi ir vv as Vicloi Hugo" FoiLune had in- deed knocked at the publishti s dooi Uut hivd ljUil dlivuu furth lin IV Mi Spuueoi vviiio bunk notices in a yle v 1 ich u frebhniijly d pails liom the (I taslnoi ed monutonv ol funl pi use Ici e is an example "Ftaven not oui ome, b il the IPIIOV led eiith the elenil il ode of the ledee met! t thia sooel nun does not iv n t IK aven Lo be i s home, he is quite nt liboitv to tiny clse- vliere, but HP would Kspcelfilly lent ml thiough rich meadoivs m th tt 'ie mav fiiithpi and fne woiae lis hook is meiedieunin.' Iheie 13 nulli i iLhei in his st j lo oi in his mallei to de eive our leaueis iltenlso i. Were hall tl e ink thus vaml) --pci t Jn exhoitlition eueis woukl be, Vnd re ideib time pass h usanth It must be i beautiful thing to he a Ru-i- The houseli Id ttf ins "1m enal ess the (jrrinil Duke Mich lei lex indiowHch, iiinntlis, is hmit- I Ld fifteen 1 he L Miir-je ues 1 l-t j (uliles, and IS ml les tie d i 11 hia Imp t lal lluhntss s I ible ins ilei th? pi le oi t m u if milk Ins Impon d imisi bi wi 11 supplied lit old Emp ioi Xiclio! is ibked one d ly .n sonieLillow lor apphca'i >n tu a soie ml Yeais afieiWDida Jin istei ol lie inpei i d household i ivi iLed in iti m ol a undred potindbof tallow which ippeued Ihe weekly aeeouiLsof the Empetois iisoua! necessnus, vvheienpou it was ths n ied th it foi ten wh jeais this amount id been cha ged weakly is a clutininely deheila compni jn in an Italun poem, between i m ndco ho has not lound A lovei, ami tin topmost pple on a tit'e when the ipinAindei ot Ihe uit has been The ingenious aid both of the gul and the pippin, Vbbandonata0 rigglunta Inch, tiinstated, suinbes tin' the one le- aii s on the tiee and the other in single iessedness, not bcciuae they because they c >uld not be leached nly best luenils that noinon ty such ll things is th it It the most lldttenng expla ution ol a posi on whith tnos! women, at least, ne pione o tin ik uqunts t) be accounted for pio- ucally Victor IIiijo ci lebiated his seventy-eighth n tb d ly a little dinnei in the Cafe Riche i Tans to which ho was niMted by a lew tiuiate fi'iends The old poet ippeaicd be in lobust health and spoke his sual vuoi and point AIHOHR tne e Louis Blanc dod M bchoelchci, sonio- datives ol tcllovv pioscupts nho arc no iioie, some members of the senate pledged 0 vote an unconditional Amnesty, and the rn ripal members of tin Rappel s stair, MM aul Meuriee, Vacquene Lockioy and Oa- iiille Pelletau Victoi catue with his land childica If I ever can bo be 11 eed ftom these ad- eise said the despondent deal, bioko in is tendei heaited wife, have you got ui 1 It is too bid, you have such h'ck is catihing? I do so hope the childieu on't have it, especially Ihe babj, foi he's eethuig, John didn't to heat note, but stai for the envnonments of ic wood sbcd, wbeie he chopped adveisity ut of his mind, the kindlings leady 01 the moining fue A touching incident in the Cleveland (0 Gontt the othei day was Judge Til- en s piosccution of his on n son tor steal- ig a coat ana then pawning it The veue able father had been the honoied Judge of county foi twenty four jears After hii son and sayinj that he was dtisned that the man was guilty, udge Tilden hurst irto teirs and could not outrol himsel toi some minutes. little who had been kept in he house on account ot the ram were stand- by the window mournfully gazing at lie dreary outlook, when the youngest snd- enly said, "O, mamma, won't you ask Dod to please shut off the Republican. VISIT TO STEATFOSD. IAPIJ tobt Ufoid bcfoio- liaud in 11 genual way, a bat lie nill then.' belioM. Copious ind descttptlon of its fell ikcspe ircin issoci itions 1] ivo made. ihe pli a luinilnti to all Iho not Id ict Shnkespcniean issocltukms kee a poremml iieshncas, and no iqtully auipiiiu to tho tight ind n won lei to tl: soul Though tlnee centimes old, tliey ai not yet stnckan vvilh 01 decay 'Hi house in 11 wlni.li, accoidn g t aicep'ed tridiLion, bli ikespo iro was bori has bce'i fiom time Lo Unte icpaiied, and s itlus been kept Bound, ithoul li ivlng boo miteimlly elnnged from tt hat it was u Shakt'speire's jouth llu Kind old ladie vv lio now take cue ol ami, with so nine pride and show it to Iho visitor called my attention to a bit ot the ceiling o the nppei alleged loom o ishakeapeaie 3 which had begun t' stg, And had ltt.ii qiuto skillnlly meiulei with little hths It IB in tins loom tint th niinieious anlo0riipha me sci iwled all ove the (.tiling and v ills Unesido of the cliim ney piece hoio is called Ihe Actor s PllUt' thickly is il coveied n ith tlie names o aclois, Edmund Hea'i t signaline being among tham, and still cleaily legible Oi one of tlio window-pines, cut w ah j maud, is Iho nitno ol Wakci beotl nul ,tl the panes aie scratched with making you think ol Jenolilsio maik on bid Shikcspcaiehii commentalois that they icwmble pusons who vvnte oi ghsi with diamonds, and obsune the light nil a multitude ol scratches 'I he (loot oi this loom, unciipeltnl, and ilmost snow- n bite mill much washing, seems still as bud as iron, JU bonds have been hol- loaed h) weir, and Ihe lieids ot the ok nails that 1 islen it dovv n like pollshe> silvci in antique chili, in thecoinei of this loom, if jou like, am' think nnutteiable ihnigs Iheie is, ci i tainlv, no ihit t m even icmolely Mutest the feeling with whuhyoii aietbeie in Bin helmed sit, also, m ttie room below in the viry in Iho cornel of Ihe v.ule tne place, iltatblnkespciie hnn- scll must oflen have occupied '1 liey keep but a tew sucks of furininio in iny put of the coUige One room isdevoled tobhako less iiiiUiGiiiie, one ol which is a sdiool boy's foim, oi dosic, llul vvas obnincd fiom Ihe old RI nmuai school, m lluh st modem in Us which t3iiakcspu im ,vas ones i pup I At the bick of the c )tt ige, now isnl lied liotn ill contigu- ous stttte'uiesj ia a plousant giulen, and at one siac s a cosey, IjxutKws little eibin the home ut oidei and ot puius for the Utlits who aie custodians ot tb11 bhakespciie llousc' It you are a fivoied visitoi, jou miy leceive, liom this gaidt.ii, at all the floweis, pietlily athfed to i shei t ot puipleeiLed pipit, that pool Ophelia n lines, in the set-no of her in id IP as ''Ihe'Va ios( maij, Ibal's foi lemotn- bi nice md there 13 pinsies, that s foi thoughts Lbfie s fennel Ini jou and colum- bimb thoie a i ulc foi you tlioic s a daisy I would give you some vioels, bill they all when my lather died 'ilio tmmilo lliat Sh lUesuPaie had of plants and md the loving appieciation uitli which be descnbes pib toial sceneiv, lie exp! lined lo Ihe iimblu bj all tint lie sees mil hens llicie is a walk aeioss Iho fields, to Shot tne poet in ist lti0e is even loiv Ihe till ines cm lowei U, mil ovei pnehes and ill al >n, its piuuiesque n- ir Iionl and nn us tha ch the woodbine and th uv climb a d Iheie ue wild tos s mil Lli maiittn s blush I'm the yom i, p n is vvoi in; n i plac tou'd he In- tel than tins' lie uou d alw 133 lennniliM l u nil U ntlei joy i hev sh v v eiiod of lom months, which is supposed 11 be the length ol Ins staj in Africa bho i, Ihe I lench molhei lo Iho veiy leltei, mine a diHeieiiL bejng fiom an English oi nn Ameiiciu maleinal pueul. bhe "ns no lanffioiil nub him, her ejis aie me ssanl yunou him, idohlij is ie0ible in oveiy [Knee hmce Ins depiiiuie hm coi dition. I hear has been leallj alaimmg iears sobs and fainting (us hwe succeeded each other almost unlnlarruptcdlj whilo ci ot mon lih, (lici i have wiimc the beai ts of her listening alleudants Mile fen ih lieinh mil, mil coutent with being an ictoi, a sculptor, a painlcr and i Mitel, is about lo appeal as a leclurei Jbhn :oinmenced an iicliou borne Lime heeditoi of i new theatrical joinnal who lad piesnuied to call m qiiestion aullior- Inpof some ol tho aitistie roducLions she claims as hei own Sho fancied the accusa- 1011 had been made out of spito by some ol ici coimades, but the tioupe. ol Iho Come liel'i uicaisc sent hoi an addtess assuring ici that none of them would have been guilty of such an id, and sho was pei- naded by hei Immls lo let Ihe mailer diop, o as noi lo aiheilise IL hei expcnie a loin- al few people hid etei lieiidol As left haiidness in chikhen Is not gcn- iially tonsideied desirable, it is well to pic ent it il possible It is a well knonn fact lut most ehiljicn in aims are can led on ho loft aim of tho motboi or nurse, as the :dso m ij be 1 ho consequence is th it tho ight inn is las! the muse's shoul- lei, while the left hand Is fieo to grasp at tint comes m way Let the iinse use the light arm at least half tho tune, nd ibe mibclnul is obvi ilcd ODDS AND ENDS, In to dim n Ins sonons, a inn 6.hou d aln ijs slnke one ol his own Hen Jo-ichliu, tho famous and le oiyina! ol Chark s Ai ile- nbedas islioil, lundsoiuc, geulle benev lent looking man of middle age A Ui'iman riealei reeeinlv ipcened tlnrly- w iluouvtnil detd hum mini; buds, VJOOd i itl uq IIIIK. Inids, and WIO 000 pms of ;s ol hujsol ud kinds Indies bon- ds I'lesident Ang II SUB thai nno of ihe i illiem me aus of Michigan KAMI all ovei Ihe woild. nevei wenllo .lioolbulsix wetks, md while tlie oxon ci it nou i ilij IIH tirdi m iLlit ma eal woik upon a with i pi 'ce clulk "Ik MUM the quietest of anthois, il ow n w hue bined m m w nil a genial, in lleeln d I ice uu1 kindly eyes, whose roun III bn0hlei id hy his familj, his books id Ins pipe, is liuly i lyllie bijouiiiei 1 i nth, who is living in her own null domicile m Bittle Mich is ow one bundled and foui jearsold fehe as remaikable liealth, her sight H still ox- ellent, and she talks as cnteitaiuingly as vei A gentleman addiesses anothci genlle- tan, vvhnm lie doesn'l know, atapaity 1 Ins adan is awfully stupid, let's go out ud take a dunk I would like lo do is Ihe rtph, "hut I can't leave veiy 'ell" "Why, you see I am m nup lint is giving tlie party all Saturday Aiqlit. Piebideni Lincoln once listened patiently Inle n fiiend reud a lung manuscript lo nn, and then isked Wlial do you think t il? How will it take fhe President ellected i htlle while, and then answeied Well, toi people who like that kind of ling, I Hunk that isjnst the kind of thing 'ioj d like A law Geiman who had been summoned jrjuiy duly di sired to be relieved, giving us icasou I can nich goot Ing- sh ondcisLan' Looking over the ciowded ar, the Judge icphed "Oh, jou can serve "ou won't have to undersland good Kng- sh, you vvoii'lheai any sncli here Union Co lego is quietly giving to women 10 same sort of Insiructioi lhat has been [lered by Hirvaid A class of twenty five oung ladies have iccenlly been studying eolo_y undei iulor liailatt and Piofcsioi Vebsler 'I he Jattei gives a pleasant ac- ount of then piogiess, which compaies fa- orably with Ibe record of Union's malo indents '1 he same class, il is said, intend j take up metaphysics. 'lhat a doetor or a lawyer gels for an our's work what a teacher teceives for that t a week is the complaint of The Canada chool Jout nal, and yet the teacher has had spend nearly as much Liuie in pienarmg his profession as ihe doctor or the law- er fur theirs, and the capacities necessary i them aie as necessary to him '1 he cause f the difleience in leinuneration is this ays The Journal Ihe teacher is tlie ervaut of the pubhc.the doctoi and the law- er are its masleis is of those rare, good remedies wbich used once will be kept In tlie oast. Dr Bull's Tills we refet o. Trice 2o cents. curious fact is mentioned that the Snglish sparrows, overcrowded in the East, ic tins spring following the line of human yvel and migrating westward. is no chance for mischief in the ark at CWoell University. The campus is luramated everj night with electrical ligbte t the expense of penny an hour.   

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