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Advance, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1875, Greenville, Pennsylvania fHE GBEWILLE Tho Advance is Published every D GOODWUPS MAO AT THE rOLLOWOfO RATES One year payable in 1M Three M Siugle 5 MEKCEE APRIL ADVANCE JOB We have fa this department the beiit of JOB AND THE LATEST STYLES OF all Work in i in any Country Sot Ex Wa keep constantly on hanil A LARGE STOCK OF PAPER FOB LETTKB ALSO A TOLL STOCK OF Cards of Every To all of wMcli would the Mtentioa cl tht A Hard A close mau was Solomon Xutbing ol value ho jjive He boarded and caved He pinched and fihavcd And the more ho had the more he The hardearned dollars bo toiled to gain Brought him little but care and pain 1or little he And all ho lent He made it bring him twenty per Such was the life of Solomon The years went and his hair grew His cheeks grew And his soul within firew hard as the dollars he worked to But he died one as all men For lite and man but The irero gay That laid him And that was the end of Solomon They quarreled who had little cared For Solomon Bay while his life was Ilia lands were And his hardearned gold All went to the I am Vet men will cheat and pinch and Nor carry their treasures beyond the grave All their gold Borne day meit away Like the selfish savings of Solomon I spite of nil his in j he was joined also fay who thought 1 that his own wedding was growing more and more the marriage was j 1 Then Tacon told Count Almante to I withdraw to his and commanded i Miralda and Pedro to remain with him a little Half an hour later the officer of the guard reentered Tacons i who had taken up his work j again as if nothing had happened to in i terrupt looked up and coolly in quired Has my order been executed i When the count reached the corner of the street you he pierced by nine bul Tacon then ordered the necessary steps to be taken that the counts large pos sessions were really inherited by his and when a decent period had elapsed after his the married the BEECHER OS THE THE CIGAR Livy has remarked that the general reader cares little for the antiquities of a How Much Shall We EatJ Sir James Clarke thought that one of the most fruitful sources of consumption was excessive He says By a too stimulating diet the stomach becomes the secretions the circulation the skin dry and and tuber culous disease An eminent American author affirms that where all the arts of cookery are brought into requisition to tempt the A good is al ways safe to even should it be a Every country has had some Alfred the or Frederick or Henry who was a marvel of an ex cellent and if he had lived long would have done much toward the establishment of the great millennium when a chicken shall be daily put into the souppots of all poor there was a governor in com mand of the island of Cuba who was BO vigilant and just if his death had not too early put an end to his adminis the Cubans would harebeenable to leave bags of gold on the public roads without fear of having them His name is still held in such good memory that every fine large or public edifice in Havana is called The wonderful justice of this great Tacon is illustrated by a story which outdoes the wisdom of It is the story of the cigargirl of Havana In some say it was the Calle del beautiful young woman owned and attended a little Sho had on tjie counter little pyramidi eal heaps of and some handfuls of wellmade Her cus tomers were numerous when they lit their she looked at them o pleasantly that the first whiffs tasted like the aromatic herb which the Mo hammedans expect to inhale in para Though quite alone in the without or Miraldas virtue wns as faultless as her and the smiles which she bestow ed upon her customers were as in variable in and as her cigar When the great passion carne upon she held by the hand Don Pedro a young boatman em ployed in the harbor near the Morro Cas Miralda was in no to become a for she was well aware that her wedding would take from her cigar store one of its chief she promised in good Cuban that she would marry him as soon as they had won a prize in the there was in Havana a Spanish nobleman who was a gay cavalier The Count Almante took a fancy to j under the pretense of purchasing and smoking he often remained with her many Miralda regarded I him only with but she nev er deprived Mm for a moment of a parti cle of that amiability of hers which she always manifested for her One when Count Almante had been sittingin her store till all the other stores in the street were and then ventured to make his passion for her rather too Mi ralda coolly exhibited to him a little dagger she held concealed in her He thereupon promised to purchase for her a more profitable cigar store in the neighborhood of his own but not As the count did not reappear for the next few Miraloa began to tlunk that he had abandoned his evil But one when she was about to close her shop for the an follow ed by a showed her an order for nrnllArl rttf Wlill 111 tll6 urUHliilu llltu 1 it not unfrequently produces And Super abundant and exciting food produces a morbid condition of the body de rangement of its rapidly wasting its Children overfed are never Their excessive full ness and redness of though often exhibited by fond parents with indicate an unhealthy If there is the least consumptive uch feeding hastens it into Again he says It is a false notion that scrofulous and tuberculous require ugh This often develops the Personal History and His Acquaintance with tbe Parties in tbe In the case of Tilton the Henry Ward gave the following personal incidents in his life and career He testified that he was born in Litch in that his father was Lyman and that his moth er died in his He graduated from Amherst College in and in when he was twentyseven years of was married to the lady to whom tie was engaged when he was seventeen years of or about nine years be The same year he rilled his first pulpit in Had nine four of whom are living and five are He went to Brooklyn in Ply mouth Church then being just organized with twenty and had remained with it It now numbered between two thousand five hundred and three thousand His acquain tance with Henry Bowen began when he first came to in For many years they had continued intimate especially during the pe riod of witness connection with the Thefirst coolness between them arose when the Independent pub lished a series of violent attacks upon him for his course in the matter of re His personal relations with Bowen were uninterrupted down to the close of although they were so cordial as in previous He first met Tilton shortly after the lat ters connection with the He then gave a description of when they first as being come and winning his affections from the The Beecher with leaning forward in his was downright loving on my During the Tilton did him a sig nal service regarding his When 11 ecu on No one who has ever heard excellent pilot while wooding can forgef mere i The boat has landed at some uninhabitedlooking sort of a ard 41iA full Vinnlna telifVfi jnna ies lazily alongside the full whee tie overhanging with its loig nd graceful festoons of touch tie lurricane The passengers are out on the guards watching the men file in their monstrous loads of cord and out again empty their peculiar songs all the The forest is lit np with the flaming and the quaint refrain of the dusty minstrels as they move in the un In should take care of his wh i had been taught to revere Durini is proverbial for which is j tne reading of this letter Beecher joioWnmfn flm I geeuicd somewhat He met Moulton at Pages several times they walked home together He found Moulton a man of education very evil it is designed to Hunt declares Our own nation UUl DUiVAUU ACgiVHLlAlg 11 m sked if he considered it a great favor Beecher I did and A letter from Tilton to Beecherwasread pledging undying and asking ii death Bee p tho event of Tiltons Beeche already beginning to deteriorate the mercies of the American Muzzcy says Much feeding is likely to be followed by Lola Montez declares Theordinary fare of a fashionable lady is sufficient to destroy the brightest and smoothest We could quote from a great number of well known physicians in the same vein How shall we determine the ne cessary quantity of food Phillips and Paris recommend that the dys peptic should carefully attend to the first feeling of A score of emi nent physiologists have advised weighing the Hitchcock advises that we should eat only of one as he explains it one The celebrated Johnson offers the following on this point Whenever a meal is followed by nn inaptitude for mental or corporeal we have transgressed the rules of and are laying the foundation for The famous Cheyne says If any man has eaten or drank so much as renders him unfit for the duties and studies of his he has over THE GENDEJE THE SOMNAMBULISTIC lid Time Sonus of tbe Koustabonts and Deck Bonds on the Mississippi A Piece of Very Handsome Work Done by a Mississippi Pilot In Ms Sleep useti KJ uo uu he a who was a somnam It was said that if his mind was and a critic of art rather than an a man with a love for a brilliant Speaking of the marriage of and he said They were one of the fairest pairs I ever and I had strong hopes for their fu Evarts asked the age of Beecher at the time they were and Beecher said he really could not they had been engaged seven years he thought she was the same age as onehalf the year she would be twentyfour years and the remaining half just the same age as When Beecher in his humorous that he was a college freshman at the the in which Beecher was The next question brought out on answer of a totally different He was asked how many children he and replied I have four with me and five waiting for This answer was given with a marvelous frrtm to lusty miuoucia mcj certain light make up a weird In hese as in everything else hu there is a He gives out anything that occurs to in a sort of a strange and theothers come in on he The favorite sort of a song i in words something like this The Natchez is a holly She walks high on de Do hes a clever And de mate is here from Those Dixie songs all partake of the character of the work that the singers are engaged in the ol an army of hundreds of negroes could have been seen on a cotton plauta tion hoeing in a row across a young fiek of the kingly and then the leader sung of the embalming their virtues and commonting on or telling the legends of their For Old masters makin money Jang gam a lang go We does it with tho hoe and Jang gam a lang go Dare old Bei gone to Jang gam a huifv go De niggahs hes sold nobody ran Jang gam a lang go Little piece of lean and a of Jang gam a lang go And tho white f oiks gnunble if you eat much of Jang gam a lang go Wid all this trouGle we all Jike 1 JL1J1H Wifco gXTtiii Many expedients have been resorted and the transition from mirth to to to assist in moderation but when the in food is good andtiie social atmosphere nine people in ten go too We have a rule which has proved valu We have recommended it to many to whom it has likewise proved of great It is this Before you take the first place upon your pla e all yon ore to and eat but twice a Treatment of new and wonderful application of alcohol has recently been made in the treatment of tumors and of has reported one hundred cases of various forms of indolent glandular swellings treated suc cessfully by the subcutaneous injection of the tincture of Latterly ho has used injections of simple alcohol in fifty similar and has found the re sults equally favorable and the time re quired for a cure no and he therefore concludes that the alcohol is the essential remedial He ex explains its curative action as follows It establishes a state of chronio mation in the connective causing it to contract by and thus pres sure is brought upon the vessels and the lymphatics are These and the consequent hardening of the connective he proposes to utilize in the treatment of other and he reports the cure of fatty tumors by the use of such to which some ether was added in order to dis ctl Uy H her and walked off with her in the midst of his HUUIC But instead of halting at the 8Oive the He the thev marched to the castle of Count AlmOst important application of his planm mante and there Miralda was conducted the treatment of cancer by preventing its into a chamber fit for the bride a j extension to the neighboring tissues A little and the count and The tumor is stood before The scene that followed was probably one of and dagger The count finally giving her one week to reconsider her and to take the consequences of a renewed among all the customers of was the one who took the liveliest interest in her searched for her in all and finally discovered He obtained ad mission to her by assuming the dress of a monk having heard her he hastened to the great General who ordered Miralda and Almanto to be brought before In a tone of apparent la con said to the count It appears that you have abused your authority as an officer to gain possession of this woman The not sispecbng that ho had gained Tacons with nonchalance But the matter is too trifling to occupy the valuable time of your ex perhaps spoke But tell has any violence been done to this girl your and probably none will be for she has prom ised to become mine very Tacon interrogated and she said upon her oath that she had made the promise of sacrificing herself only in order to savcherself from threatened vio A called by General took charge or a and a messen ger was summoned to go in search of a When this goodly person had he was ordered to perform the marnago ceremony between Miralda and The count protested against it first to as it by causing the connective tissue on all sides of it to become Then the contrac tive connective approaching the growth presses upon cuts off its blood and so causes it to disap pear by Lymphatic glands which are already affected are to be simi sadness was And in the succeeding when he said that he regarded the sanctity of private com and never opened letters addressed to his and that no estrangement or separation had ever oc curred between his wife and children and Beechers voice had a tremor and huskiness consonant with the preceding answer he had Then he was questioned as to his visit ing the families of his congregation with whom he was on terms of and replied with much warmth al though he had been cautioned against doing he had maintained his right to do so that he considered in addition to being a he was a gentleman and a man of and that he did not care who became jealous or what re marks were In alluding to he said he was one of the founders of tho head man of the nascent and more than any other man useful in directing its fiscal A Great Tfashhonse A Pittsburgh reporter visited a Chinese laundry for the purpose of interviewing them to get the celestial opinion as to the general prospect of He found them with the exception of who appeared to be the Is Wah Lee in asked the taking his cue from the The foreman said he Where is he asked the Oil I answered the he New Doesnt he live then 1 No he live Is this his Yes this one He more in Jang gam a lang go An niddah be a niggah dan a poo white Jang gam a lang go At the after work was all the negroes would gather in some favorite and with fiddle and they would make delicious while those possessed of none of the accomplish ments of instrumentation would dance to the merry All of of every age and coidd Some tunes they carried on a species of song called talking Two of the most learned wouldjbe pitted against each suiging alternately a and the one that could hold out in rhymes the longest was the All those present would gather around these musical gladiators and one would start hi Ding that niggah what stole my Dat putyest sheep that was iumy And Taggy stole my turkey Old jawbone da go Then the other would take up the time and sing Dars ole marater promise mo When he died ho sot me free Now old marsterB dead and Heres dis darkey still hillin up Old do And thus he would go for hours at a until one or the other had to suc cumb for the lack of more stuff to sing It has been a matter of wonder that this peculiar style of song has Lli troubled about a bad piece of he was pretty sure to get up and walk in his sleep and do strange He was once fellowpilot for a trip or two with George on a great New Orleans pas senger During a considerable part of the first trip George was lint got over it as X seem ed content to stay in his bed when Late one night the boat was approaching Arkansas the water was and the crossing above the town in a very blind and tangled had seen the crossing since as the night was par bicularly and iras considering whether he had not bet ter have called to assist in running he when the door opened and walked on very dork ight is a deadly enemy to piloting you ire aware that if you stand in a lighted on such a yon cannot see ihings rn tho street to any purpose Vut if yon put out the lights and stand fa the gloom you con make out objects fa the street pretty on very iark pilots do not smoke they illow no fire in the pilothouse stove f there is a crack which can allow the bast ray to escape they order the fur naces to be curtained with huge tar paulins and the skylights to be ciosely Then no light whatever issues The undefinable shape entered the pilothouse had This said Let me take Ive seen this place since you and it is so crooked that I reckon I can run i myself easier than I could tell you how It is kind of and I am willing I havent got another drop of perspira tion left in I have been spuming around and around the wheel like It is so dark I cant tell whic way she is swinging till she is comin round like a So E took a seat on the pant inand The black phan torn assumed the wheel without saying steadied the waltzing steame with a turn or and then stood at The Danger of An exchange says The great scarcity f employment at present while a serious matter for consideration n its connection with political IBS also a moral aspect of more than is generally The ine in the Sundayschool hymn to the ffect that Satan finds mischief for idle lands to do isnot a mere jutafact which just now is receiving ts It is frequently re marked by people who have knowledge f what they that enforced idleness is leading many young laborers and into habits from which hey were entirely free when in and in many cases discouraged at the lack of they loaf about in public form undesirable drift into and with a desperate hope that he wheel of chance may turn in their enter the loir of the gambler and stoke the little they may possess upon the turn of a card or the throw of the To be sure all this indi cates a sad deficiency in moral rat the fact remains that what in such cases has exposed to attack the weak spots in the character of some of our aboringmen is the need of healthful md remunerative How this need is to be met and the social danger obviated is a question worthy of deep and earnest That the times ore full of demoraliza tion must be evident to aty observant The question of how to supply he safeguard which is lacking is a most difficult but one that can be It may be met partially by the deter mined refusal to bestow charity when there is ability to The man or woman who is able to perform labor should be made to do it before receiv ing alms being steadily withheld from Perhaps it is true that there is too much giving in one way and too little in A perfect of lllClc 111 n charity would embrace the idea of mak ing those able to labor work for the benefit of those who are Thus a dollar might be made to do double is but one phase of the How to employ the masses is a broader with which it might be well for the for and especially for political economists to busy As an instance of what vigorous employment will do toward the suppression of the experience of Major Wltll a LUT11 Ul ease coaxing her a little to this side and then to as gently and as sweetly as jf the time had been When E observed this marvel of he wished he had not confessed He and and finally I thought I knew how to steer a but that was another mistake of X said but went serenly on with his He rang for the leads he rang to slow down the steam he worked the boat carefully and neatly into invisible then stood at the center of the wheel and peered blandly out into the fore and to tne ui formerly of the British army in is On assuming command of four hundred men at he as a means of reforming and christianizing the to improve the surroundings of their Ac cordingly he had them prepare a cncket a work of great he himself doing his share of the and also interested them in In a few months the barracks in a jun gle became a pleasant residence in the rnidst of gardens and while the morale of the men was equally The stated in in the majors own was this The number of cases of in four hundred and nine for the A Caucasian Schamyl or Samuel the Caucasiiin chief who gave the Russians so much writer tells was born at about His father was a poor shepherd of the name of His infancy was spent in poverty he then became ped traveling then a singer in wine and what not gifted with much spirit and force of he joined and began to play his inspired Less religious than less impetuous than Schamyl surpasscdbothby his and his ability of seizing the right moment for his daring under he had occupied a very high in 1837 he was repeatedly beaten by the in took a fortress situated on an inaccessible His flight from the ruin was con sidered a Daghestan having become untenable for he made Tchetchnia his land of refuge and theater of action by taking up his residence at in on the mountains ot In 1842 he reigned over one hun dred and thirty thousand families six hundred thousand souls of and thirtyfive thousand families of the Tchetshents living to the north of the Andi This under his a compact military Every from the age of sixteen to had to He paid particular attention to his cav and had a bodyguard of six hun dred unmarried whose business it was also to watch over the political and religious opinions of the and who were consequently much He also introduced o new system of and made the people believe that he was in constant corre spondence with Turkey and the Pasha of He managed to make tho peo ple look upon him as a man living under a particular and divine dispensation by his miraculous long and frequent fasts His policy was somewhat Macchiavelhaii for he held the Lesghians and Tchetehents in mutual He was a true who on a different field would doubtless have become one of tho mos important historical In 1843 the Russians opened the cam with superior and al together different The year 1845 saw the taking of Dargo Schamyl Tinfi ICat 0 f he stopped the engines of the had been niuetytwo for mmenced ped tue engines ot tne mm ucou silence and BUSj the six weeks after it had pense of drifting followed when the shoalest water was he cracked on the carried her handsomely and then began to work her warily XOiU BilW tliC f residence although a hne feat it had no immediate Schamylonlytransferredhisheadquarter to a still more inaccessible ill Caucasian chiefs prestige having bee impaired in he transferre the seat of war to where i remained till when the Russian subjugated Schamyl saw himself re dnced within ever narrowing boundaries and when the close of the Crimean war enabled the czar to bend his whole energy to subdue the he surrendere to the Russian Banatinsky after a most heroic defense of the fort ress of The emperor honore the old hero with large and a signed him a princely he he first saw him after the capitulation the generous Alexander fell on Schamyl s n TTTovm and men oegmi LU into the next system of shoal marks the same heedful use of leads and slied In Search of an A stubby with his hat on A SLUUUJ one side of his andhis pants rolled np walked into an oyster and holding the stump of an unlit cigar be d noiding rue KLuufy m m tween his clenched looked around Got ny oystira said the as he Items of The coal production of Eisglsmd for 874 is estimated at a value of The public debt of Franco now mounts in round numbers to In Minnesota it isi ight hundred locust eggs wero found i a single peck of Thats When a Calmuck has marriageable daughter he fliea a flag from the top of his A witty pastor once remarked that there was just as much family govern aent now as ever but formerly parents overned now children govern Admiral of the English navy urges that cork mattresses be provided or all the royal These mattresses are to if the reform is f granulated A pork packing establishment in Hous on Vos partly burned and thousands of pounds of meat As soon as the fire was over a throng 01 oor people invaded the ruins and cor ied off the cooked pork Theres a jury in New York whose members know their Iheir erdict in a recent case was rendered without leaving their and it read We find the prisoner not guilty but this issing business must be An Ottawa paper makes a pathetic appeal in behalf of tho young women s cmperance home of that and m he next paragraph calls the attention jf its readers to the cheapest house in own at which to purchase choice There are yonng men who cannot hold a skein of silk for their mothers without but will hold one hundred and twenty five pounds of a neighboring family for the best part of the night with a patience and docility that are oer e Phildelphy and New The foreman then stated that Wah Lee was a rich He informed me that he owned two laundries in two in New one in four in and one in An Aquatic freaks of ness was he Lee was It kept him busy going from one city to another where he had i so he was always on the j existence and aune3j so e w He say what his wealth but have been the fancies rela says the Brazillian but here we havea serious fact for it refers to the appearance of a merman and not to a and on that account bears much more strongly the impress of The fact is narrated as follows In the month of various per sons went to fish in the lake not very far from the settlement of Santa Suddenly they saw rise from the water a hairy in human who looked at themas if The fishermen at the first moment took hold of their which they had at their and were about to shoot the animal But the form and resemblance it Tiad to a man from whom it differed only in being covered with a fine made them de and they did not The animal disappeared under the It is said three years more or in the same the same animal had he knew it was immense of How long has Wah tBln pcuiuuvi avj been taken up by the traveling negro minstrel troupes of the The plantation negroes in the days of shivery song everywhere in the nelcls at work at the corn husking in then forms of worship in joy and in everywhere they Who has not seen an aged aunty sit ting on the sunny side of her on a sunny Sunday with her head resting on her hands her elbow on her rocking back and cron ing something like this little Mighty long time gwine to the What made you come BO slow Hope to get dar in due Before dem gates is Glory hally In the log church the leader in the field was the lender in the meetin and his song was sjraetimes in this shape Why cant you do like Peter A walking on de He chipped his hands to hia dyin good remember Member de and member de Member de and de free And when your done a memberin good remember Their religious songs were all very and evinced a perfect faith in the teachings of the the great truths of which they had gathered by scraps from the familiar associations of some ot the house servants with white persons who and by them earned in u sort of legendary way to the field they had a kind of re graven on the tablets of their nearly like those on the tablets In the same manner their till tjie suoaiesi thenunder a tremendous head of went swinging over the reef and away j into deep water and safety j E let his longpent breath pour out in a relieving and j Thats the sweetest piece of ing that was ever done on the Missis sippi river I wouldnt believed it could be if I hadnt seen There was no and he added Just hold her five minutes and let me run down and get a cup of A minute later was biting into a down in the and comfort ing himself with Just then the watchman happened and was about to happen out when he noticed and exclaimed Who is at the sir X Dart for the quicker than lightning The next instant both men were fly ing up the pilothouse three steps at a Nobody there The great steamer was whistling down the middle of the river at her own sweet engines tho boat slipped through without touching and tweel entered upon the third and last intricacy j and of the crossing imperceptibly she i said the us moved through the crept by I cagt eveg OTer a halfadozen baskets inches into her drifted tediously i frying around till the shoolest water was and how much be they a Eighteen Eighteen cents eighteen Shucked of if you want them gim me one not One What do you want of one oyster said tho customer confiden leaning over the oyster stand and taking his cigar from between his teeth You see Im goin to a social party to an some of the boys might get a Ive been round a good deal on I tell yer theres nothin so coohn and healin like for a black eye as a big I guess youd better gim me How rnu1 iVlLiL ainly A sentlemen in Europe writes I see n the American papers notices of bank bills altered from one denomiration to This is impossible m this part of the through the very simple device of having bills of different values made of different Eighty years when a youth of fourteen summers asks his grandfather it he ever saw such a cold winter and so much the oldest inhabitant will place his hand on the boy 3 head and reply My son yon should havo lived in the winter of 1874751 Not so much of a A lady who has lived half a century in one in not more than two hundred yards from the main which bisects tho entire crossed that street the otner day foi the first time in thirtyseven How delightful it says tho Mining to come home from the go to and when your wue thinks Vou ore sound havo Iwr try to worm the secrets out of yon by pinching your little while you gasp and mumble Ive got to fall hm lot fell on me The duties of a Connecticut school master in 1G61 were as follows lo ace cave him a warm as a court to serve Bum of the most daring and gifted of their there is a rcativeness among the Mohammedan tribes of the Caucasus Monammeuaii which still seems at times to threaten Words of It is hard for an empty bag to stand UPThe ascents of however never appear A man is successful when ho makes life give him what he AU severity which does not tend to increase good or prevent evil is Thegreatest misfortune of all is m not being able to bear Life is a great poem and religion love and music are the sweetest of its you neglect e uuo do not complain of rtfdTtnatleaveslargevesselsaground mny rise high enough to set smaller 1U1C UA Ullv il will The watchman shot out ot the place again seized the set an engine back with and held his breath while the boat reluctantly swung away from a towhead which she was about to knock into the middle of the Gulf of Mexico Byandbye the watchman came back ttl1 Didnt that lunatic tell you he was when he first came up here No Well he I found him walk ing along on top of the just as unconcerned as another man would walk a pavement and I put him to bed now just this minute there he was A Pet A journalist met with a strange pet theotherday when paying avisitin While he was talking he noticed some thing moving on the which was neither dog nor On looking again he saw that it was a fine dark spotted with and thought that it must have escaped from the The lady of the house ami said I must tell you the history of my Some months ago I bought a and as it was not wanted for dinner my cook left it in the water in the I was going to a ball that and being ready I sat in an easy chair and fell fast Suddenly I sprang up America About six He further stated that the puddlers strike didnt affect Walls business in the washeeplentee washee all He couldnt tell what Wah s weekly income from all his laundries amounted but thought it was in the neighbor hood of T i I ot iii Lee been in sonss sometimes derived amusing touches 1 of the for in one ballad where they sang of a horse whose foot struck a rock and fresh water came which ones Let friendship creep gently to a height if it rush to it may soon run itself of thfi dicr w and to perform other occasional A strange instance is that of David who is now scrying a fifteen years sentence for tho Ehode Island State tho six years of his confinement which have already he has learned Greekf and and is now at work on An admirer of a newspaper writes to the editor Mr Editor I love to have oftion thought would you publish prose and poetry if sent two their and would you put in your popper the poetry of the beautiful Snow if you wrighters for picsses of of I to print in the popper Obhgvu Please two rectify all mus b M English poultry writing of food for young says Nothing is so good for goslings as put in n pan of is an excellent food for tiiemf and it is often wise to add somo brau to Chickens should have bread and chopped rniaced sods of growing fresh to inquire of mens pedigrees it is sufficient for me to know their Greatness stands upon a precipice e as from the pain of a sharp bite in my and I saw the lobster biting it I started up and ran to the No one was and a cloth in front of the fire had caught It was soon but I have kept the lobster ever since out It has its basin of cold and seems to recognize its Jl rtf TTlTlSlfi TTllilL It hprlnow inst tnis minute uiere UB ivuo coiu uun f flCTin awW going through that and is so fond of music that it sfrt the same as is always drawn towards the piano when ever she ore I think Ill stay next time he has one of those But I hope hell have them You uist ought to have seen him take this boat through ret in a dirty and crooked path for the love of It Sa work that will bring bad interest if you wish to suck honey of Conscience is a sleeping we may lull him into a longer or o shorter but his starts are and terrible is the hour when he aWThere is something very though very in Plato s descrip tion of the Supreme that truth is His and light His Man is physically as well as metaphy sically a thing of shreds and patches borrowed unequally from good and bad and a misfit from the on All for A touching storyis told of ft simple voting woman nyear or so ap plied at a m one of our Lrge for a nights w hidi of given Some time the same female appeared again at tho but with her was i a young man as feeble minded as ihis my she said to the or the Simple Dyspepsia j o Dyspepsia arises from great variety man go up to the J r Twnoivna nrft re ia n trlfiss nase t and we came to stay for the We have been at the Strangers i I TnirliL Home for some but had to leave it todav The stationkeeper asked her whereshe got her andI in and they had Wked all the way from that city to this city My husband loves she said and so much he wont go out ol Sy sight an and ism jealous that he wont let me leave Yon will let us stay here won t The stationkeeper answered affirmative ly and told the man to go into tlio other but the poor fellow refused utterly until his wife shonkl wrtli him I have got a permit to the hos pital and to the but my hus r other so which the to t A huge cant pet him a said the and she looked fondly at tho young The two simpleminded as A Great Governor who was governor of two or three dozen Passamaquoddy call them a a few days since in at the great age of onehundredand ten The tawny old chieftain was not much of but he was wonderful at playing He is the noble red man who once went to a grocery with a and he wanted a gallon of whisky to cure a man who had been bitten by a On in the same e same who hadbeen bitten by a n been seen by other individuals and now u a moro than as the was its publication and science he re is I plied very big ion came throuh re Pueu J is The communication came through re spectable yet the paper which i first published the account appeared to 01 iVn io n wnicn old mythological story of A nuge oook could be written about the songs o this simple and untutored people and the half not be Fooling A who fancied himself would often tease a neighboring physician to give Thephysith cian knew that Tie was perfectly but being unwilling to offend told him th he must be careful of his and not eat anythingheavy or The black smith went off satisfied but on revolving in his own mind what kind of food was heavy or returned to the having lost temper with his said Dont you know what things are heavy and windy said the Ill tell says the doctor your jmvil is and your bellows are windy dont either of and yon will do JX tjiiuacoj lievedby different according after Lf When he gets outside tlipwival academy of the United States to yenrs with great distress alter Of tue in A The Leavenworth Commercial savs that United States Senator after his It is necessary to stir fifth It is cruel to state recenUy met witn a pecu he i anicklv and drink or the piny such tricks on the They diBa8ter so serious and farreaching by bran will adhere to the glass and become j don t like as to almost reduce him to tie probably i wont Kpmritv for a who is in wen secu of Sullv he a the boot and shoe busineaun a Southern jr requiring him to nouiy meuiuBia me A story is told d delegates of vacancies that may exist dyspepsia are in the habit of their All nominations must should be BegrJar eatrng j i i j 4ha fnnn ttnn tilB USe Ol i vi tor for one year in held for Icgalls industriously for the post t 1 in their Ail nomumuuiio ana suouiu i ners as well as sue be mode before the 1st of the o notirishiig plain food and the use of ner boys designated will be notified to appear simple remedies like the above e J In addi in most nmcker cures than I i twenty accumulating
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