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   Advance, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1876, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                IB GffiHLLE 9 4DVAKCE is Publishedewy Thrada BY JAMES m Advance Canal it the lolloping 10 CJ GREENVILLE iDVANCI JOB OFFICl We In this department JOB AND LATEST STYLES OF to MEKCEK MAY oooitantl y on band A LARGE STOCK OF PAPER JOB LKTTEB srocKor Cards of Every To all of which would InviM tho i Mi ROBERTS AST Main Street OTOUtl DRUGGISTS iSD DEALEUB XJT Patent Toilet PBEBCBIPTIOHS AOOUBATKLT 61 SHBOM 180 Main HENRY 138 Main Silver GOLD AND SILVER Steel GOU and PLATED HAM ILL Gro mi aiiProflsiffiTSIorB 157 MAIN Having ncentiy removed into oni now M we propose to keep on hind A LARGE STOCK OF And olM nraally kept In m ITBST CLAS3 GROCERY til of which we will isll CHEAP TOR CASH MIGRATION The Foreign Immigration Agency oonneetjd the ostablinhmeat will be promptly M 51 KAHK When the Cows Come When Far down the dneky The cows are coming home Now sweet and acd faint rnd The airy tinkling come and Like chimings from the faroff Or patterings of an April shower That makes the daisies Far down the darkening The cows come slowly ind oldtime and twilight And starry nights and sunny Come trooping np the misty Vfhen the cows come With Soft tones that sweetly The cows are coming home Malvine and Pearl and and Gretchen Queen and and Spangled Across the fields I hear her loooo And clang her silver With far sounds that The cows come slowly And mothersongs of longgone And haby joys and childish And youthful hopes and youthful Whon the cows come home With By twos and threes and The cows are coming home hrough violet air we see the nd the summer sun aelipping And the maple in the hazel glade brows down the path a longer And the huls are growing brown By threes and fours and The cows come alowly he same sweet eonnd of wordless ha same sweet Jane day rest and he same sweet smell of buds and When the cows come lavish and was the greatest stock gambler in Papa Hannover and counseled me had smiled on how to and had dined me with his daily forty this is and had said one of those country gentlemen of whom we are trying to QEEMAN AND FBEHOH AGO RD IONS Seth HEWITTS PHOTOGRAPHIC 203 Main EiTlnr had rooms fitted npresaly for tnte pur I am fully prepared to take from the SmSlMt Qem to IJfe in by any in tola section of I have atao tteei cluiive right to manufacture the PEARL PHOTO new and exquisite snrpMstnf all others in durability and me call and be convinced that I can make my A aBKiT ViKOT OF AMERICAN FANCY ind all of wMohwm bat for 0WitobM and ffloda Ototnecl and and SnocesMT to EWIMS 183 Main DICKEY 192 Main DBALXB8 IK make city And Violette had smiled radiantly npon Since then how many teteatetes had I not had with many rides I was learning todance with and I had forgotten to write to Bosebud for two Then came an anxious lit tle note on thin blue beginning thus DEAB take up my pen in hand much trnbbled in my mind re carding you i know you would write ii you were not if yon are sick do tallygraff and letfather come up and see Henry i will not write any more until I hear from am too trnbbled in my We are all well and in the hopes that you will enjoy the same blessings i remain f Tours BOSE let pa come if you are i am so trnbbled in my I hastened to the awful dread of Bndds fatherly care hanging over so to by a single I wrote to but how I shall not copy that cowardly letter When it was in the box I did try to fish it ont but it was too It had and its termination Miss for your friendly anxietj con cerning my health I am sure Budd does not share was perhaps the worst of all the lines by which I told not in honest but in a manner that no woman could fail to that I did not choose to remember that we were After that no more letters m yellow All that I conld do just then was to squeeze her She took it away rather quickly out that was I had not seen her for three She did not know of my But she had not pined or faded she on the stouter and rosier than Just Boper being I said but as the evening shadows she brought me tea and toast and then I took her and said Dear how good of And she answered BESTOBIHG A 6BEAT mention Ton are an angel of I said And have always loved vou Tis a siren laid her spells upon but the hallucination once over WHOLESALE OfO CUTLER THB IiABOBSX STOCK With Through fern and The cows are coming home Aloitering in the checkered Where the Bunrays glanoe and and Phebe Puillis Stand knee deep in t e creamy In a drowsy dream Oer backs with buttercups The come slowly And np through memorys deep Come the brooks old song and its oldtime And the crescent of the silver When the cows come With With and and The cows are coming home And over there on Merlin Sounds the plaintive cry of the whippoor And the dowdrops lie on the tangled And over the poplars Venns And over the silent With tingaling and The cows come slowly Let down the bars let in the train Of longgone and and For dear old times come back again When the cows come LOSING THEM The dearest little rosebud of a with cheeks where a pink flush came and and blue with long goldenbrown and hair that waved without the aid of pins or 1 always thought her name was the most suitable that conld have been chosen for though the only wonder is that old Farmer Bndd did not name his only daughter or Sarah Bosanna had envelopes came to trouble and I paid attention to Miss and invested my money according to Han novers And days and weeks and months rolled and if a thought of my little fading because the sunlight of my love was withdrawn from crossed my I drove it away with a I conld not help I said it was Fate meant me for Miss for and we had was not quite all one remember it was the day af ter a splendid and I called on Vio whose escort I had been the night day I made this latter state ment to Violette and having heard bestowed on me her most aristocratic and asked me if I did not know that she had been en gaged to Twentyplum for six long And be married next added So you see you must be mistaken about And you have only been flirting with I shall think von are wandering said if you dont stop Do take your said not a until you assure me that you will forget the and once more give me the Mr Markham 1 cried Call me said Bose if you had hated would you be here so kindly ministering to my wants Here said Where should I be but in my own house Im sure Ive nothing to forgive Since you allude to our flirtation of three years and since yon will talk of I will tell once for that I dont think we ever should have been happy And I always liked Hiram the only he was so my wo were married as soon as he got his Married cried said else should I bo here Ton know this is Bopers house Didnt you know I was his wife before Dear old ho best husband woman ever Im I know now that I never really loved I dont know whether that was true or but it did not She did not love me and does not now and I had lost I live alone at Mosswood an old with a limp and the and she and a bouquet of little blossoms flourish over the way at Boper Some I may Miss Flint would have and so would the Widow Wiggins but whatr ever I may gather over my heart it will not be a I threw that away long and Boper picked it and it makes his life An American Scheme of Rannlne the Water of the Black Sea Inta the an proposes to reverse a natural process which has been in action for thousands of in his has produced the present distribution of the human race in It is a question of turning the waters of the Black sea into the Cas and filling that great inland basin to the depth which obtained at aremote At present the Caspian through kindred the sea of Aral and lake Balkash are losing their and the vast region which belongs to their system is becoming a According to this deterioration was probably the cause of the great migrations which history re Vast multitudes came forth from the unknown east because the hinds of their birth were no longer able to sup port them by long wars they obtained possession of the whole of with its more fertile soil and less warlike invited The region to which the American engi neer calls attention is a great basin de pressed below the level of the The lowest parts are occupied by tne Caspian which besides smaller the two great rivers Ural and which drain a large pro portion of the central regions of the Bussian These rivers have for ages deposited in the Caspian the soil of the regions drained by The dimensions of the sea have consequently become and the bottom of what remains of it has been raised until very large areas are becoming unnavi By reason also of the diminution of the water space available for evapora the surrounding regions are be coming sterile and commerce diminishes notwithstanding the ap proach of The only means of arresting this im placable action of nature is to restore to the Caspian its ancient body of and consequently its ancient depth and area This is to be done by cutting a channel which shall bring into it the waters of the neighboring Black The Chinese as While it is a well known fact that the Chinese have very little of the spirit of invention or they are skill ful and ingenious imitators and As an instance in it is related that some years on the arrival of an American clipper ship at Hong the learning of the wonderful imitative shall of the Chinese employed one of them to copy a beauti ful oil painting of the which had accidentally been torn a few inches across its the rent having been sewn In due course of time the copied printing came a perfect imitation in all even to the sewn gash in the Any me chanical trade which does not require originality of taste or design they pick up with surprising The manu facture of cigars in New Tork city may be said to have passed entirely into their several thousand being employed in this branch of industry Orig inally knowing nothing about boot and shoe they have made such rapid strides in this trade that no other class of workmen are able to compete with At such low wages do Chinamen perform this kind of that in no place on continent ne boots and shoes sold so cheaply as in San Fran As manufacturers of and workers in all kinds of they have crowded out an army of white who would otherwise now be employed at good With all the uses of the sewing machine they have become willingly and un tiringly working at one twelve and often fourteen hours without If there is any branch of mechanical in dustry for which there is a public de John is sure to have a hand in working at such figures that no white man can possibly compete with The trades or professions with which they do not interfere are so few as to be easily In all the depart ments of servile as house they crowd out the leaving thousands of the latter unemployed and suffering for the actual necessaries of And yon haveo me I Do you know that you gave me reason to hope every thing from yon time for me to dress for a Eaid So you must say good afternoon and dont look so ridiculously I hate And I felt that I deserved it as 1 went for the last time down the steps of the Haunovor In a fortnight Violette was In a mouth Summer Bonnet Summer says a fashion jour nal are close shapes and real with or without The flaring halo brims are not found among late im A superabundance of trim ming some of the most expensive The Benoiton or looped in front below the is about to be introduced for those who do not strings tied the and yet like a dressy trimming in This is made of the silk of the fringed with grasses end One IN THE COUNTY 1 fortunately been her fathers grandmothers and so dme a Bose Badd into the world for Badd had made the Anna a middle name instead of part of the and dropped When I begun to like Eose Budd so much that I seriously thought of pro posing to Hiram Boper liked her He was five years older than I a plain man of with faint scars on his and a bald spot on the scars on middle of his A poor Carto and Wrapping Paper MOW GLASS Pure White At Bottom GALVANIZED IRON Specialty torch studying medicine late in because he had not been able to study in only hoping for his diploma in a with the practice all in the tans and at had the Moss wood estate for my and money enough to live on There could be no comparison drawn between I that would not be favorable to me and I though took my place before and cut hiniout on all occasions with Bose young and ricn and as I elegantly dressed pcior and looking ten years older than he really What chance had he against me And so he slipped quietly into the background and I made love to Bose and oneday kissed heir on the told her life would not be worth having to me if I could not win her and she said but out the and let me kiss After that we walked bodily Han s a of those who take a foreign trip with plenty of money in their while others he crushed beneath the fragments of their broken branches at My money went with I had come to London with a moderate I had increased it by speculations until I was absolutely Now I found myself suddenly almost There remained to me only the Moss wood which must be turned into a and I myself must leave my hope of being one of the city million aires behind and become a plain man of the same social status as Bosebnds without his com fortable knowledge of money in the bank to comfort with the bursting of the bubble the circle which gather ered about Hannover had been seeming ly scattered to the and people knew that Miss Violette had jilted me and also that my money was The city had lost many of its and 1 wrote to the old woman who had kept the hoifee at Mosswood for my father until his to make it ready for my Then selling the furniture of my bachelor and packing my smaller belongings in a few I started I must go back to Mosswood and be come a I should find Eosebud fading gradually of and vet I knew she would be prettier than ever How she had loved un grateful I had been for that Now I would make I would write as many repentant letters as were neces very effective Benoiton is of cardinal fringed with berries and gilded leavesthe bonnet is the stylish rough Broad strings of white brepe lisse edged with a fluted frill are shown for the bonnets of very young Parisians should not wear Strings and streamers of cream colored lace are beautified by having a band of black insertion down the cen The Charlotte Oorday bonnets are also imported for Bose pmk and cardinal are associated together for trimming black chip notwith standing they are dark enough for wm Tho projector would make a great cut connecting the two seas upon one It is to be premised that the Caspian is coasiderably lower than the Black sea and the a continuous flow from the latter into the former would ensue upon a communication being Spalding anticipates not only a natural but a political revolution from this arti ficial The force of acquired by the plunge would effect a deep and in the end would not only fill the basin of the Caspian to the level of the Black but would form a magnificent harbor in the for unassailable by an and cer tain to become the emporium of the commerce of Eussia and western The author enters into calculations as to the movement of the water such a and determines that at the end of forty years from the begin ning of the work the levels of the two seas would be so nearly uniform that navigation of the new channel could This time could be shortened to abort twentyfive years upon the completion of the work already de the operation were to be re peated by connecting the Don and the Volga The object of this latter work would be to bring the waters of the sea of Azof to swell the volume discharging into the the current of the Don being Spalding mentions a similar work performed in America by cutting tho ridge of lime stone which separated the waters of the Chicago river from those of the Illinois river The result was that the current of the Chicago was and it now discharges its as well of Quid Pro Black tulle bonnets are made plain on the and edged with gold sou The trimmings are black ostrich tips and antique ribbons of white s scarfs of black Others have le dotted with A AUO J lake into the and through that via the Mississippi nver into the gulf of instead of into the gulf of A Shrevrd Friend Zedekiah residing in a thriving Pennsylvania was a and proper He was a just though zealous in tne accumulation of and careful of his One day Zedekiah re turned to his home from a distant was informed by his serving woman that a fierce belonging to the village had stolen from the pantry a fine leg of Art sure it was the dog belonging to the man of named Didymus my Alas and I had set apart that piece of flesh for a to be given even unto my I must see the worldly and gain if it be And Zedekiah set forth for the office of tho On the way he He called to mind the story of the man s bull which had gored a neighbor s and he resolved to profit En tering the office of the man of lie Friend I wish to ask thy opinion upon a critical I will answered the laying aside his friend that my even my faithful had gone into my neighbors and stolen a leg of mutfcnvand had eaten the what ought I to do Why friend the thing is Ton must pay for thething which your dog friend that thv doff that ferocious beast which thou caUest hath stolen from my pan trya leg of of the full and jnsk value of five that being the sum which I paid for it in lawful If that is the said the Items of Beggars are flocking to Philadelphia in Candidates fear the unknown man whoever he may Before arithmetic was invented people multiplied on the face of the As soon as the novelty wears off a man never wakes a baby up for the purpose of hearing it Whoop Dong and Chi Stag are drum mine up members for a secret society in Object Melican man A soldier twentyone and a half feet high and weighing thirty tons has gone to the He was cut from Bhode Island granite quarry by a A Bomewhat illiterate woman having read of a simoon that swept the is urging her husband to get one of them new fangled things for her to use in the An Indianapolis couple were The man under an assumed advertised for a A lady re He sought an interview under a gas It was she Thty were re The mode of getting witnesses against unlicensed liquor dealers in is to subpoena sup Two constables scoured although many of the men fifty were A simple and effectual remedy poisoning is said to be sweet spirits of Bathe the affected pajts freely two or three times during the and the next morning scarcely any trace of the poison will A petition is circulating in and numerously asking the Legislature to pass a law to pnnisU horse thieves as follows First whipping post whipping and branding of who has just concluded the examination of a number of brains taken from rabid is of the opinion that the poison remains latent for some time in tho and eventually breaks out in certain parts of A Svracuso exchange says It is said that men are going about the country taking pictures of children m public v it I sary and she of forgive me No woman ever forgets or ceases to love any man she ever has yon know after a little maidenly re Rosebud would bloom for me I was as sure of this as the train kev of red gold andout steel is a favorite ornament on black There are also crescents of silver that look hand some enough for a brooch to be worn the The Mexieaine ganzes are very popular abroad for bonnet trim but do not find much favor Some plain ecru net is used as a scarf for Ivory white is used with pale blue or rose Darker cream color is contrasted with dark car dinal or with black Wnen white chip bonnets are not found the entire front is faced with black vel vet and dark flowers of color are used for face The cream colored chip bonnets remain most liked for dress as they suit with any Tueir garniture is cream color ed two ostrich tips of the same cream colored and two long streamers of cream colored ribbon hang ing low Two soft puffs of silk inside the front make a pretty face trimming for traveling An adroit swindle was perpetrated in Paris the other A well dressed who passed as Lord of Eng land and was registered at the Grand called at one of the most fashion able bootmakers and ordered a pair of remarkably handsome The boots were to be made without any regard to and to seut to the Grand Hotel on the following morning at eleven as Lord wished to have them at twelve A like order was given by him to another fashionable who was told to bring his boots at three oclock the next On the fol lowing when the first bootmafcei the noble lord found the boots with the exceptionof the right one being a little The left boot could be and he taking out his I suppose I must pay for The Quaker took the and was about to when the lawyer de 1 Tarry yet a friend for of a verity I have farther to say Thou didst enter my place of and crave my legal advice upon a critical I gavei it My charge therefor is nine friend Didymus it is even Alas then I must pay I have touched and have been defiled Border The Leavenworth Times says schools at cents ostensibly for exhibition at the Centen Pay no attention to these travel ing they are There are in New Tork State cheese These factories stand for or pounds of clieese or quoting clieese ut twelve cents per for Cheese manufactured in private diaries amounts to Total cheese interest ol the It is figured up by a newspaper man that there will be eighty thousand articles on exhibition at tho if a person who visits the Centennial wishes to see every he must devote five hours a day for five months to the giviug onehalf min ute to the examination of each Two young gentlemen were discussing whether or not etiquette demands that a young upon parting at tha gate or shall ask the young man to call Certainly it urged Certainly it said the go to see a yonng lady who knows what politeness and she never asks me to call Two drunken hnntdrs in Nevada saw a Chinaman washing gold dn1 ma and made a target of him with their One fired and Ton always ought to aim above the mark whehits so far said the See how I do He was his and succeeded m his illustra The Chinaman was struck ana When Chief Justice of who had been somewhat of a graceless scamp in his recognized an old acquaintance in a prisoner brought be fore he cautiously questioned him as to what had become of his old com He supposed that he was not recognized by the but the re convinced him to the contrary are all my excopt you and An applicant for tho position of teach er in the Aylmer Canada public schools pens his application thusly Dear Sir having seen your notice in my schools Gives on the 15th and to take another on yous win would an ACHEE AND GROCERS in re ra re es be of he he ng ia of ad ive I the us let House Trimmings HOBSE SHOES Tin Roofing and Spouting OYSTERS By Case or blushed all the her After that arminarm through the and friends teased and the other beaux dropped and one day I gave her a rtag to wear on her left hand Two weeks from that day I went to London on I intended to stay a but I was so successful that I remained longer finally I wont into business in the and begun tokaow people I visited at the houses of weaUhy their wives and and by degrees begun to understand though my Eosebud was very fair and she was not a hothoSe In other words her dress was not like tho dress of a fashion able belle her manners were her education She was very good but not an elegant Resent me notes m C buff and used httle s tathe personal pronoun which should have been honored by the capital And Farmer with his uncouth coats and wonderful hats and long sfrag sLg beard and waouot the sort of fate 4law that I should adnuie and was Miss Perhapsthat bore me as I was that the moon would rise that There is no adage more true than the one that declares that misfortunes never come but always in of one brings the In my the anxieties that had troop ed so thickly about me made me ner and so led to a severe Having alighted at a certain I delaved my return to the carriages until thev had I remember running after and do I remem ber then 2 dreams an awakening in a little with white and a toilet and a vision charmingly The same onesay yes I think hell And understanding this was my old in with the Largest Variety of the San Brand of CMGEEBS BISCUIT Hannover was Prince Hannover his dinner table every and woreafor Hiram I asked How did I come here trying to sit np and failing in the said wife and I were at the and I saw you were a good deal and we brought you on Tou know this is my said And you are and in I suppose said yes get ting on And you ve had a bad but youll be on the right Come and tell him he And there was After I had ruminated on the fact a faw I felt that truth was stranger you Markham said bending towards Hew waTa poetical being worked out in persons In the Olden In the olden says a all traveling was done by stage The mail coach would take a whole and sometimes to go fiom Balti more to Three days from Baltimore to Philadelphia was rather a quick There were inns at regular intervals along the Ion paid 810 for your and you spent fully S10 more before you reached your des tination for lodging and inciden Supplies came into the city by immense mountain I have seen at the Marsh market two hundred of these tremendous wagons of a none of your twopenny like they have but great big with canvas like houses on During the war of 1812 we were block aded and almost starved hero in Balti We hadnt a manufactory of any The manufacture of cotton was started during the postpone his departure another meantime the tight boot could be On its return he would pay for the The bootmaker was pleased at his and withdrew with the right A sundar inter view took place later in the day with bootmaker was asked to take away the left boot of the pair and leavo the Not suspecting anything wrong he did promising to returi with it earlv in the At eleven the next day two disconsolate boot eachholdingan odd might have been seen in the Grand seeking in vain for their noble who had left with his WcUUlAUJpS please oblige by Letting me Know by Era mail As to my certificate i hold a Grammar school pas for ontaoto which ia Equal to a fast pins a plus certificate and Good Beference is In the practice of turning card cor the upper loft hand corner denotes Elllcvoa uciu ryri Topeka and Santa Fe The men were taken by a mob to a were How Girls are Made The Hindoo girls are graceful and Jx uisitely From their earliest hildhood they are accustomed to carry burdens on their The water for amily use is always brought by the girls in earthen carefully poised m This exercise is said to trengthen to In my young days people were not only sociable but Everybody knew everybody Ton could go to bed and leave your front door open witt perfect It is not like it is now We had about half a dozen watch men in the city for who couldnt understand a word yoi said and you couldnt understand them I have always taken a deep interest in In 18001 walked three miles to the polls and pulled off my hat to hurrah for Thomas wounded and repentant I Tent back to to be nursed and Had she not forgiven dwavni would tare flown to ay A blast of one thousand kegs of pow der was recently fired in a mine in Ne vada It loosened n ready for washing about cubi yards of The bank was over tw hundred feet in and the mass waa raised bodily four feet TUsex ploatga WM a oomptefe They werD their arms and placed in the center of a Then ane of the vigilants pulled a testament from one pocket and a bottle of whisky from the and exolaim ine is peace for the dead and consolation for the pro ceeded to read a while the bot tle was passed from month to until its contents were At the conclusion of this ceremony the thieves were stretched up to the limb of a cottonwood face to their feet almost touching the Botn were buried on the in a shallow and then the avengers returned to town The names of the unfortunates are Cole and The father of the latter is a minister at down means visit of congratulations the lower left hand represents a fare well and the lower right hand cor expressing dcsire to Bympathize with bereavement The rule most generally understood is the turning of one end of the which denotes a wish lj see the ladies olthe This exercise the muscles of the while the chest is thrown No crooked backs are seen in Dr Henrv one of the company s medical says that this exercise of carrying small vessels of water on the head might be advantageously intro duced into our boarding schools and private and that it might en tirely supersede the present machinery of skipping The young lady ought to be taught to carry the as these Hin doo women without ever touching it with her The same practice of carrying water leads to precisely the same results as in the south of Spain and in the south of Italy as in A Neapolitan female peasant will carry on her head a vessel full of water to the very brim over a rough road and no will a drop of and the acquisition o this art or knack gives her the same John John in California is himself opposed to more immigration from He says Heap Chinaman Heap Chinaman no All China men no want more Fhltj ousan Chinamen go home then China man make heap Fliftytonsan Jhiuamen come then Chinaman gittee bittee one China company he fletchee too Alle same too many Chinamen like too many Melican No no China company say two bitee one Chinaman fay wunnanv sav Penns The Great were Wil liam Penns own words on tho occasion of his treaty with the Indians who made you and who rules the heavens and the and who most thoughts of knows that I and my friends have a hearty defiiri to live in peace and friendship with r and to serve you to the utmost of or Our object is not to do but to do We are here met on the broad pathway of good faith and g od so that no advantage may be tak non either but all shall be brother hood and I would not compare the friendship now sought to a chaui since the rain might rust or a tree fall and break it but the Indians shall bes teemed by us as the same flesh and blood with the and the same afl if one mans body was to be divided in two as the ground should be occupied tis common to both China company say fletcb Chinamen like Melican uiau keepe Chinaman Bich Chinaman wantee heap Poor Cnina men no A swindler advertised in the Boston newspapers that he had money to loan on bond and and informed applicants that they must deposit a sum to pay for fearching the title of their He secured a large amount of money in sums ranging from five to tvutgr MidttMa Severe A man named Charles Taylor was re cently in of sending a threatening The judge before whom he was in passing commented with severity on the and condemned the prisoner to penal servitude for Just one hundred vears one Archibald Girdwood was convicted at the Old in of sending a threatening and he offered a still more severe eB an in   

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