Thursday, November 1, 1877

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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - November 1, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina NOiViiMBEIi jit tbe to matter and the from 3 jyiog to Seeding borw In UtUo chllJron flnro there U work tot Uo op i cedar before itl Ive hesird the place Id heardj I something about the master of bat not t i MLw Demar was fond of tho beachj while there ware few persons upon and would find her way to Bed Cliff qailo early in the One morn as she she commenced singing an old I I recall the old Bong very she it very low and frightened me half out my wits M thatjthaire was a man seated just biloijr UH on the clin7 and that ho turned t and oCHdreo uo U work for wmhlng id wood and Helping to xittkfc npjfhe prthig good care of Ufa Witching ber xho rt little ohiUrsn tbiro is work tot at He huge jbeerfnl md both UK Ktroog iU the tetter lbiled with a beard half wopldjliavp bat a fljoor ijroni his temple to his She did him at and I was afraid of for fear of terrifying iher too It was such alonesome But pretty noon got and went idown whenhe mho Bpiod who is that I dont Misa but I fancy it must be the master ofj The lone kind of who disfigured j j The prom went and wool Misa Demar ient have watched ale bnt ltqo 0 j Chfiaren cJiuuIii love tjo be Tlioro is much iforkifor njid MIS3 DEMAE iato Miss Pomars if you uiul I cau the whole there with one Her mind seemed to and eujging and I was i foiflt gave iug to isao looked at herUnot or but with eyjes his lips so tliati it was quite Btartling to see I dream ed of him that and resolved in tho I wonJdbegMJss Deajar never to go about the beach The next day waif and she did not go but all the in her with on letter in her The sheet was quite and there was a little picture oft ivory in I saw for she laid it down at wrapping a shawl about herf went out on tho lopgj covered porch to she some when a kind of restlessness seemed it I was so curidusn to seo the I just caught aglimpHO of a handsome with blue eyes and a blonde and then the words of tho caught as i came to lili5 Burf hmt Iwas out of u hiiviij been and not tit for anything was thongh I taking oaro of tbo Bay haid to mo 11 if yon will take good j to posaess I could not CM of the till the summer VIH come Illget you a nice pLiid with some oi the I impatient enough for them to June they to i Y ISut it wni until Jtily that MtiW Demur penning through the as carriage came auc1 when I saw bur Btop I said to Bay a lady Id Hike to V iltV What I was rocking little Harry to that when Bay camo fluid Missi Mjifio was takou ill on tho and wua forced to Bend her Ami wants ft I mnn wickei1 sia Blr may I apply to Hnvin8 out BO clear read it my for it was written on and ouo might have Since my J am horribly I giv8 ywt jtour blooming life to the ot Elinor my beautiful keep you Farewell I theae tuirosa anii likely to comniniany iufttant WM Very wrong to nt her and curiosity canines 1 I think yon hud sho In I laid tho baby in tlie und up arid knocked at Miss culled 0ine in and I sat by tin heard you winhoJ u said And you Clotilda t V f B0 awny tho and Horry to know what I ninco Id no right to andwet Hfttisfied in my miud why AladKer got such cool and why she never would drive out with Colonel When I went npto dress her for j J saw that she had been and yet she danced that evening till twelve i It wus lens than a week later that there Mrsj Bay has wcomicouilcd I cumo riUDV time tvilil ougiigo you at if you irt J that I uiul then she weut DU nml I began putting the dntssingJtjiblo in It was all with aud and hilVcr and bracelets of gold thoy were wrought And everything about to showed her her to bo the mo f Hit cy Sho riool fjr n ftijd thfn she Hitid will 3011 biko down tny Jjfy Jioad I I combLng her sho me questions about in a iinil long I hml this aud bad I luiy aa I UiLok I should bo happy wvmen hJuidrtomo when they aio Was just out on a prlth Mi the Hrnooth iunJ Hfcr skin vcryi very Tho little old Frenchman wan tho pic ture of To my Miss Demar pushed througfi tho wifeh in all her she was and laid her hood upon his j a thorough sir where is your master T I I didnjt tell you she was i Mou Mees Elinor I ho dwll I didnt know it i M for she had none of that flush Hush Where is Monsieur Aux animation that makes you think j orre i At The he shiv ering as though ho had seen a She flow to her I but Hne began for I Mhiiling like her oycH wore found it for hpr arid then bade mo fttfiwly and with curled take a and come with rliuk lufhca Hud white It had begijn to ifain in but that who wore bluck and we went across the her wjith pink coral a gpeat j movements like her cheeks in fl feveri fjnjft drenchetl the surf hissed at the darkness closed heavily aronnd but she led the way straight to the door of Tho Sho pushed open A mons trous hound rose from ia mat in tho and gave 1 t ibje and gave him her hand to ejnell lie liokodfler and theq leijtheway anjl she was vtry fond of routs in Sornciimts would sfera to think ranch more of these and then she would what I quite nor mind jnt in the Absent sor owfullike sho would And ftllie woiilltl Hare thowo whoa llure gay gentlemen in love with as was pkiu to bo How she or why it I never could nlic never enconragnd any of She was frmdof the tho idnd the and the There VJM a iled that she fond oflosneuding the water washed and so wild and used often to take me with care of she naid for she Uaa apt to grow Ht snch and to come away and hirget i oe or and ajico sh j camsTneajr being cat off from e by tKe tido j The 1 otel the only house in cKcept if stone one which stood npon the miJe ap the with threo i i to a closedinner Demar softly opened Tha room was a sort of fall of books and chemical apparatus but there was a conoh in and a man with closed upon the Trem bling very Miss Demar knelt down by i Cterard He only moaned and I thought she wan as siok as hej but she got freah water in a and his hot and parched At length he drew a long tuirned on went to And to my I rec ognized the man on the with the on hia that begged with herj Toward mi I hiid dow cbncb I very Th dock Btruok twelTf jl aaw JCsa Domai kneel in prayer at foot of the tliere was a atiria The great who had lain mfler the oaime out aud licked his ijiastdra liandj Jsaw that Monsieur A uerries eyee i il old you have Mt i Miju iomor aturted up She jcame to the crept close I to the and i hud her cheek close jj to Monaienr as her am eiole around bie x j puling she And that two were bora to e nerW to your dying dor wcjald had you i see n tljiem looking eyes j I never any qnstipnsL I jgueased ftndj so can you air outjliss Dejmor married as iisoorii as Monsieur Ankerre a Hap inoreradiant bride I neyer all theflush and cparklifjj ofjjthe moat brilliant woman Iever aftw cime into her wheij she said thpse j two liiUe ijIwiU the fragrance of orange flowfirs about it jjwos believe me I The oawe of some both thiiri of j is laboring to e4ubbha6liated tions and collect alia to a report It pofllns to The poor people of New Yortejare said VnkvA nn i M n V I O TtTItTllrt at the Surf House were thrown mare and got more familiar and Alcesterand Colone themaelves Io Miss aud wero re yiio was pluying upon yiano out evening whoa cplpnol was talking nncl walking with Ray upon tho long just outside tho and sho as I tho queer figure ofan old in a velvet Lome miming across and up the hotel to apeak to IViy wont to meei What is Varai f he Ko Titit v j Demar started from hor i hitir cimo uurolling in ray until and to tho it lay in oils on tho fl And it was Homo monsieur 1 Monsieur rlflo uud and soft as Auxerro lies very lias tho f ever 1 1 Nothing fulaw iu her and j I him all while I oomo to l was iluimb with Will you bring one doctor to us Auxorre is near to to have on unaccountable KJanicj lor funeral and ceremouieif otjfflBe qnently a member of a all available funds are expendedjin hiying tho body in and in imptressive Tfye matter of corriagee ia not vexations toi the purse of this as their occijpanta are to Icon tribute thoir quota to theexpense of a privilege eag jrly i em bcoced by handreds who regard a funeral procession the light of a gala Bnt tho lying in to be ia a costly particularlyiwith he irapecuni6uH consequently asi a corpse an objectlof curious inapectijon by ad miring the beauty of the exhi bition can bo secured at a Bjnailer ex the hire of a ciaketthan throngh its purchase In an tindertakerti window can be a cof finof the most costly with a superabundance of silver Iinecr and i otherwise adorned A juy this 8300 cttoket be hirexjj of its whj supplies on lining in accordance with rules ofj 1 ho pink fr q light tyl and EO and into ijl receptacle plnocs oorpsti itintil the of whenl the inside framu of the coffin is slipped and the clooenBed transferred a cheap stained wood imitation of the cioatly outer ami withowt the im posturo boitg Ati preseat ia handsome cose demands aronta of five dollars a and as tjib body is generally laid out for throe with constitutes a good sonrco of uo for a e louufid Sew IorkH Suspended i Eighteen bauks in into the bauds j since and the New York compiled a history of such H as have been made with Three of tho banks failed during the present year and no divideails have yet beon declared ono of the hanks was wound private and its depositors have been ii anc the of ban3k refused to York has sttlcmoiits give any tha lie thirteen jemniniuff bunks owel depowitors at the timu of sus pension more than eight and a half mil lion and the several receivers have thus far paid the depositors a little less than four and a hall million About will probably be paid iii settlement lof the affairs of the leaving a net loss to depositors of nearly four million Ono bank paid only flfteeii cents on the dollar and noth ing more iti but anc Jiar j which failed paid niuotyi ve cents on tho the remaipkg ossete arc expoctcil tj yield enongB to enable the receiver tj pay depositors in Tho story of these failures is a sa J how Thej thirtyfive thoua uid deposit ooold evidently ill afford to lose their and tokic g the aver Thej boulanger the Did freely each obliged to sustain a less o over one hundred The What betoomes of old moons What beopmes of the old cjrujjtsof bread in Paris oaks tells their en f Baker of utilizes Uie pieties of damaged abandoned Ho gathers the in convents land covered with and often picked from heaps oCJ are sold by servants to the Baker of who turns them merchandize is first carefully di The fragments which arejjndged to be still in a presentable oonclition are dried ani oven and form eroutet au whiah are nsed in soup at Iqwclasp restauraritel Almost all tpe Ipzenge shaped served in dishes of vegeta blo8 this The and def eotive orasts are poundedi in mortar until they becdme a pastej which butchers use to adorn All the material jthjot appears absolt tely ble of fiirtier service isj re dnoed to charcoal ground iito and by the addition of a few of essenoe of jmint is converted into tooth Sncj is one of the of PariBiW i I idea is veiry j aajold and wellknjo m farm iof rith hu yoong wife and child leu ftan i jaf setito in In company went and jjwife laud their soi yfbjn thpy his j andlarge oqnatrnction at on the Siemens i BwitzerM thlt df Zurielit T J rMiidfoth L vimw l avornqred Btanoea that led to the arrest o 1 Ike son hayinf 4s bloody the remains of Mewled were in the and jthwe cif hie wife ol with ahght m odifl srjlnjndlhM Bweral iiooiis ciehi mthj oyear fonr iwu T aflBOCiawonhasBeviralbranchejS IcJgaciei have placed its p fa vorablcj jond paper in oidvpeacy oi Thereare two societies in hoy the not been ao f wj bly received as jthft Beighborii gj But little interest haa cjted inj i in which some of i the citizens might be1 tawe j it the Waller npbn trial for dei and foul d an expliated hie crim s on die gall wifewaa Italy aince last niitted by ithelioply prjalii linajry formality beirig tjtie obtaining f frt m the lt innnicipal ofj a in given on the board of Atithje recent mediCnl convention at MUani the opparatas was to have been jwih a body from the dissecting The report claims Jfjhero are seven societies in this obontrfj ai d that beeidea Lompynep f urnaae at Wafeh thebo are j two crenatoriee one ati Brooklyn and one at The EogliBh jit may bej has a full and one of the tropolitan cemeterieti j has offered it ground tot erection of a orejna bint the idea peems repuKnant to the eeclesiaeticalknthoritjeBi j The following is a ooippleto of tions doruig the past decade ithnt have been scientifically i At Padna woman thirty of 116 of six j i f At Padua iuan weighing ninety nine pounds jweilght of lonr man dflrdnety I one pounds weighiOf fortyfive one ounce time of process minutes cost of sixty Milan Imnn of aTr weighing pounds weight six pounds time thirty j weighing sovenfcy oc qne fifteen minnfcjs of 81 i Dresden two of and twentysix time occu ona fifteen and one i eighteen minutes wolghlj of Ihree twelve i anjl four Milan man jaf eeventy threo time one thirty j vou Palm time two hours cost of j Salt Lake City Fred erick Winslow jwjeight of 126 pounds I Words1 of j Usefulness is confined to no aud it is nstoniifhing how jnuahgooc may be done andjwhatj may bej effected by limited unibd with benevo lence of heart and octiyityof Silence is the softest response for nli the contradictions that oripej from im vulgarity and There nothing more awCTord than breaking off an except tlie renewal ofj one whicpj bus been broken Seeking to soojtho a ruffian by iis liko attempting to bind alljuffalo with n garland of M Those beings only ore who like ore and are liked by Conceit is generally proportionate with high ami thei greatlebt jgeniuses havonat been freefrpmjit what iudefld is ambition but on immoderate praise It difficult to avoid envy without laying open to cobtempt for in befng too acrupulqus not j to trespass on welay onijaelvesi i open to be trifled with and trampled When they themselves know it mens hearts will work a sense of right will sometimes steal upon j their and an instinct of will gush forth like silver water fronji the i Love is but a solitary but neither blight can fade like the perfume that a dead flower sends it is sweet wbjen all the gay sunshine has departed when all its bloom is it has the fragrance of memory it is the hist lingering that glows long after the sunand star have refuge from the tempestuous anil bereaving storms of Important Life Insurance now Life insurance oompanics the of the aaprime court of the United States for their that suicide of theinsnred vitiates tho policy on whethler lie is or is not insane at the time of thtijoommisaion ot the sane or insane fellows the the The decision is tuuniatakable i If the assured be coaeicions of thei physical nature of the act he ia commit by it jto cause the is althc the time he ins incapable o i ravibi Atj lwere re found to the sonri peni always reticejntia P and wias senltenced to they reeded tojdiift onder pkrl ial an I four oclo skj hat w sen H storm Oieir own and of ana ent Egyp t are bu that line u of hair oome tooch ark that tl Teasel di from Graind water gaining Charles yeark im risonment Oharlee ut the l ar was main UWwJP f r f turning hifl innimjanoe to a short timejbelorjejhiB he that be had gone oat ing witli jirewland and shot him Upon li4 return h son that he had aiflpoaed of and they mijuit dispose p thje wife and child to up their Bichard the fathfer 61 murdered iat fc of Waller also be brought to j n 1 For years he has b to discojer his ffis search cos suocessful the ejoh being residing on a farm up He was ar rested and taken I to Webster and BOO i after the trial took he confessed to wos sentenced for ty to the of the conviction main facts which led was the identification of a and other articles belonging 1872 His depUied sayingihe OH the the b ML imjery Boberteon one ol the wh belongeii to Oathaniiies whence heard that 1 be T iThen liunt rihe hifi was im e son en bedspread to mur dered These were iden tiflcd by as the property of his father of murdered inau has spent large sums of money in faffeting out aad bringing to justice the tud hlaa hod tbo satisfaction of beinff tawoided for bis A Straggle for a Several months ago Jose an eooeaitEio millionaire died and willed his I United government towartl paying tho national supposed that Lewis hod H6boken rtnnc to the to be usec It wai no buVtwo for his moneyiftppear one ciaimiiijg i iviaiHifo and tin other his Recently tlie caie come up in Chsncery B in Jersey the Gilchrint appearing for tlic osocutors and the Honj Winfleld for the Win field ni Bober touialaed Ui other party by producing a marring aud one of the itnessos fo it The which WLS iu three sot forth that Jose ph Lewis and Jane Hastings were mnrried at th houseof iJifrj in on November by Etieridgo Fish a justice of tho with George Bowne and Gborge as wit Bradford testified that ho won1 with Fish net as witness to th marriage of tlho claimant LOWJB and ideutifiedl his Tho other side will try tjojprove that Bradfonl is an nnjdi that either a spuribiis or that nil the parties bitog it tho hands of tlie assunbed and is being by her cloth ing and bjaid tin e to ret irn veeael jfonn deredl and both BiS ch and wenfiidown The il couple ofi after the jorewhM i lefti of it L to o be t aome aAdi Ere Iragg oat their bo wasfi presenoe of smajl ioebjni in great they tlJefcr lives to tioke werp notjhivuig b n moitii mountains Aander to d anything to save order to Fan n iiwU hesjc bttances jai em Oniepf tho who incau aonslyjumped in t J tho jalmost sank out of u ihc crphnjd through tho brittle niass dry fctines and withered I very apapjTUB Bcrojl aKJn id waist de frail snd to jtbejy TJiey weresjnable scriptive of hiageneol talce with thjem a tlJey tied tbj the mon nobl provisi sns Iwith and but scs btily d several of them en abi to take their i wii ti thp water running aj d Che wind blowing tljie nnforttmato wjre tossid about foreighteen Ltmjriuvfcp wen long every pjnute of being toj a watery i 1 AtfVUklnrVP Time and again the surf envielope inn tiny anj each time itcame righting ilsellijin all sbrta of semi capsized ppsitionuij aljmost as Lfby n Wjiien nl mH dead Uith jmd as hungry as men could pipasibll no sight of land could and jlheirew wore inclined think jhjat if j weather not be impossible for thr to but a Blin tlacre was and M tbere iohanoi ofl picked up k temlency to become dis kind of nerved hi men to ensure terrible cold and equally ODJectionrtible Hafore noon it wnjj evident that jthe boa was fast drifting toward the Canadi The u ftbnted sojjiewhatjj rougher tljian it P past had meairwhjl aMough the lake wa J bisen for many a claj harbor was reacUe uafels eutcrc although with mnc land1 themx much ex haiibted J7 exposure to pents in itheir isiostj terrific wer token care br thle fini comfortably fed With th true nnltirp of ttie the requegjto ino of the seamen onreaching Ctrrra flrmavrnsl Ciai yoc loan me a of The rcrclieron cjli Kate Fiold wrijjes irom France to the JNew Tori Her Aid about a breed o ilio above name in Havre and its Tliej on both sidosJ will bo into to secure I he a hard fight ScicntiJJ The Philnddlphia Publ o Jicoord says that Outer of tho assay dopftrtiiyjut of the means of a gidyanih bat in into lay by aucceoded rs so thin that it would retire 00 of them to equal an iuclv u The gold layer can be disengaged from the copper plutieon wbidh the galvni io current posiU by JlisBolviug the copper in aj weak solution of nitric on whiclv the gold leaf iremaina The some series Cifi ts have shown that gold cani be and even vn byllmoins of nndj that when a jcylindrical jar of Hilver ifi coated with gold and dmwu iato wire one grain ofigold can be a length of to cover The same au thority statcjs jthat tests c f day1 from the bed underlying PhUadeJ hia show forty cents of gpijllto thij tuxl that the whplo bed contains more gold than yet been procured from California or calfled by What hits Htmdk uuighbonijig country is the grtutfijzojivnll djuluijanco of the trutk horse a cross between tho Arabiijii and original Normal draught jlTlie Peraheron weighs from onoto thcueand and has the pompajrativ o option of the Arabian tltnrougjlibre 1 witfli thecompara tivo streugth of the A Pcr will hauljwiti eaie twentyfive bales of Abiericniii which is equal to two lortds of ipotton hauled iu New York by tyto Li fact ono Per cheron is to four American track ajiil our farmers do not wake upto a realizing sense of their de ficiencies in thiaiTespect is uot a little So jifar W seem to have bad but two iilfeftfi matter of the prodijction bf teotting and of race tJnlikejioui jirdinary we have thought more df pleasure than of j Wej havje bred mongrels whore wehavei not the turf in whereas in Europe the eliiBBs of horses lire kept qatjreljj ext Ill our great country tfiero iilroum for all dud common wtiis51 demands that wo Kivcr he looked lik and throW led with aromati gy and personal wasal in separate ithep bodies encased chest a covered all over rith hieroglyphics emblematic face vanished ways The igreitj the the and the military triple series o tiwly new mcjdel every de tt and jack design is combination of lovely and yet there rf intricacy in character of the prtl The loW portion rf the wisteiwere placed painted indicates ja mmnny off in hi J day plftyjed ion die aflaire of his coiu mulch gilded faoo air part in Of front or The be luVC j heigitof the do pot denote a highly Neverthe the old Egypfciaps things in tjieir Tjheyj irroDted theji cradled the inrfcj and and built the cploHsat and impos ing of archi toctiore tho world Copts of modern Egypt arei said desinded from und probably Uiey aritj for they have thii same mya SphjifxUke the ancient dwellers of jtho as pic wjUls of tho rojtt1 seriulclues at Thebes Douderah Liie their thny ido not assimi olbfir Mid jllecp up tlieir ic characteiiistlics opd purity c TbefKhediviJaas tolerated th cojnmcrce ofth commoa HJD of mnni butheihas for several years foi bidden the export or tali of the arm toiratic whoso prejcious reniaui are so elegantly oruamcnta cbpsta of high intrlEiHic r jj A hrnjinpfsTerrible R tramp who arrived a few dnys frons Choyenwe tollsn goixli tjtoryabimt how ovJr lie Union Pa cil c froifa toi Gloiii Kivcr hnt j yeir wptw tlie of 11 CO4CU of tTio Jiirivtt Palmer fast Ha suysl that from hero to Shprmarj herather cjnjioycKl Ithe but tbfit between Shormifu aud Bivor polonaiae IB an en ic Cooper paid a Tiait to and waa Teceived by Hon who conducted through tic works of the Iron po and New Jersey iBteel anidIron Cooper is the founder theae addrew ol said that din liked becaoBe they bad a million of wjords for them while Cooper had given them millions of On being infrodtfoed to the work Cooper made a brief j dnribg which hesaid that was always sjworkingman in every of tho wordj parttolUrly iff his early veara now devoting all the pow ers of his intellect to the intereato of the worfcingmen of the He hoped to see the time when people would not try to got most they out of the give tLo least for Ho liopcsi we them well paid for their Tho rcmody for wongs did not lie in but by casting their Ivr wirtcst and beat So woulU nciytJr few lo ngbtv always avoi3 doing He that diiring the Uht yiijuthere bod been rcdJers iy lie Cwpor Union and He fvbook each man by the hand after which tbree rousing clietrw were giyeu for He wo hiKhly with the nLowu hiui uiid the men worn iUlighUxi with hin Rumarkahlo Ono of of A his iug Mid thit Albuiiy drivalopcKi iu cuiirt liwt who wjis on tho Stand apon iIi5 iiitiu involved in important although Hide quostioutii hit go tri eipeHence WAS i The rapid n arij tho rockin af e never to be movement of for lUi hit i to jarind his arn st4 repine and haui hat flow off enrl of thucoach forcoJ s and legs tmmml n on for iu the and i tho train left iuramiu hiwas cotsicirwl by thj who began thkowing a heavy sbjiwer but was tho m that the heaviest tlilrough liifi tljje lighter ones ajctt tails flapped so tfevt ho must part dared not Uwsea toj blow his face frutii iiwny tiw other of Ian juiji no notes or memoranda from w2iiih his mcumry upon viUtl points When the wife of thin witjch was mflJe Home relfltivH to hir liUhbAuis She Htiilcd for the puKt Uiu ytars it had boen hits custom to ari f nt when he woalJ tit practice two l mitted in momiry most of SbiikoijearfcB vennflit of the train all tiio i 1 merely cut like wJiiltf ed ubuvc ukrd tlmthf with but hlind ia tuck there under and thowere nooa torn pfi ongh he managed to pipe mrarly all tutions of the Sutfi and the dechwatnni of ia Wash and furiwi1 ad and PrWiHidaut Lincolns fmaaci pation Tinre no louder doubt upou the quostiuu of hin ability to reuirmWr naiueN or aid it was tiiken far granted tUut evidence was about If it wasnt it certainly should A UoyfKh HasbaTidtt divorce suit of Shinberg agiunet in which the wife is ttie time ho was free neatly etrack in the face by flyiiig BO that whenhe roached Green Biver hw neck and face wore badly cut and So great was the poor trauipls feat uf buing killed added to tho Wrible strain of j was bcfTre Jndgfi in lijangiug to thn by maiii btrength BpHial term of the court of com fjr so long a distance tho inteiwe i New York on a motion suffering from mis inflicted by by the plaintiff alimony ami counsel wli uppwircJ for caiZHOil oousiderable niojr tho causedilita hair to turn and when ho down nt Green of silver is i jhojald hnjve as flue djray horses trot and Thje West is particu larly in newi ofendikring work and tho farmery who are Bufficiently en to import few Porcherons will thank tho Herald for having made the i iBrutaiJI Alfred Stoned IA specimen of galenii from j Alfred of the proportjioh of The thinnest1 layers of before Onterbridg ss expenmends ore to tho cdnta per goldr produced A G ant Yoon a of eight three iinctss in still is now hia tray to where he to jxhibit He sjirange story about his mar velous Whez eighteen years Buckscon ntyj has also yielded gold in many rival 8 in Re tjo hia home from work recently upon a Saturday iu a tem he jpened ths I door of s parrots cage andi attempted tjo take the bird The bird hfe pulled it vijolently out of putj the poor creature beneath oiie of his and to his wife f Ill it it last tiling ycju got jbelonging your then took tho bird from the md twisted ite but failing to kill it tjwrew it into the HQ thch left the but reitnrnecl about 6ne oplock Sqnday morning and struck I his She ran from the house pursued by thk who after a aliort chase caught up wjthjher and her He then j tried to Uftheij above his hftad and idroppig her suddenly she received a ei cut on the jjack ofjhe police thereupon arrested Sione has betn sentenced to six hard hibor w i prison for tbe as 1 and two monthp1 ad Ihard labor for the cruelty to the he was no tallar than his com panions of jhat he caught ia smootlh skin it and ate j Soon af ter ithis feasf he onjd whenjaf ter several week i confinement to he diioovered thlit he had grown aoriag the and has arer goaa Ji His heid waafl tf oriwn with h r f I gratify the sent one of tl landed at Enzi and when ho cinrijfia uown ni uretu ftie caizwoa oousuierau River he looked fc mun who had j rimeut by produciug his rliiut s fiftysuiamere instoxiiof ciient is a wry Tlic Shalis DcsLnittivt The Shah of day expressed a longing for a Kriipp cannou in presence of tho who at once informed tlieczar of tho shahs The who was anriotiA to by return n it 300 to Tbe present j on the Caspian but it took a months labor by a regi ment of the army to get the CHU to Arrived there a day was appointed to fire The court aud almost the entire popiimtiou of tho city for alimony Bang weuit tho away scampered biiLf the and down tumbled thei miijinnjt off roeof the city nwu wliichtbo gun hod Telfigrajihy r VM The client is a wry boy of who kafl itpfwrently boou vnly a tihort time iiitliiii country and knows hardly anything of the He a nfttivfa of says ho trapped into ati allied marriage with the wljo big enough to oat W4 tho saying The difeud ant says he now claimed to have fxxiU waa merely au or betnithal whereby he agreed to marry tho after twelve her parents in the meantime giving him boanl aad clcthiug gniitii Ho also malu luvit he IB ouly earuiag four dollars meilieal treatment On thJH sUie of liits HI denied the motion nearly al the Judge In an hours time from a village fiv ing the loss of the arrived miles and re ported that its jaliabiUntu were bewail The can ball the sinnqahsul struck the than any otler Being a part of tbo postal the telegraph commoy There iB not a however or wherever even in tiie building and ruMed stu The shah was i regions of Jit that has not a tele dismayed by thje effect that he never I graph Tcorkiag j night and The tHJ v Jf permitted the caiuom to be fired chargefor message to any part of ten The i owiizermnu B JIHJ Turks on pf the Balkans atfdonblc postal cards oluo another great Shipka Pass are willing to hva nine days j Tliie euftblus you to sand an a handful of but when it comen l a bnsiness on one and to one meal a day oil feelj on the other a little anxioaa years cam during an ir 1 own in daruig an immediate answer without expense or troable to the

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