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   Bay City Press, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1860, Green Bay, Wisconsin                               INDEPENDENT IN. All HEUTtiAt'm.NOTHINe. "VOLTl. GBEEN BAY, 11. y PCTir.l.-mKI> KVKIlV SATCUllAY, BY JOHN D. L.AWE. por Your In Aclvrvnoo. 11ATBM 01-' (TwcJw Knfs oi' to "M'-'e Square one week, tWO WeekK, three w'ueiis, every subsequent weolc, oiio year, biirfncos ciinU I'Cf Yvarly advertisements, IniH column hogti by law. J. HLAJKKIS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER COR. WASIUN'OTON OHBll'RY STS. Gvi.-0-n. Bii advertisements ut the ..rates 00 150 J J5 .1 01) 25 00 perseribed KEIil'S CONSTANTLY ON" AN.D FOR sale, thu aiMlniostcomplulo nsaoi-tmont ofdooils liis lino, to'bo founcl in A or them -Hw- cnniift-l.m'oluuitns M his goods -troinlii-st Imi Is nt the wist, hu will soil ut tho lowest, price, mid umkoU ovor the of his patrons to contui- of a moclcroto, Init iiiqyonsini? >inilv, tin; iiiduoomunt to renowod ussuliuty uiul cvpateil Ijy this happy circiunstfiuco n and Altovnoy uud Law yflico ou Adams St., Uuo llt IIOWK BEO'icwrnr. Arronwitx and Coiinsellors at Uw. Ofllce, coi- nor of Poly and WaMhington Street TIM. O. HOWB. M' J. It. HOWE NOIUUS. COCNHBIJ.OIW Attorneys at an in Clmncoi-y. Office on Uashinxton out, 'n ArroftNKV uad Counsull.n-. at Law nml Solicit. }n Ghimcci-y. OOloo on Wwhmgton fttveut, Ueinoyov's now Brick Jiiulding. __ t.5 the public gom-mlly, im nssurunoo of ulity which the head of no similar establishment n the country can oii'or. A I'ullassioflinorit or violicst GOLt) AND SILVER WATCHES, H1CH SITA'EU AVAB'K, PLATED GOODS, CLOCKS, FANCY GOODS, livery thing in the Line -of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. A Splendid Assortment ol GREEN, nd Couiwellow. OHlci: in Uesnoyci's- JJrih Wocb, Sli-eut, Gruon Bay, MANUFACTURING- HE PAIRING'. It Is well known Unit, to all ArroiiNKY M. P. L1ND3LEY. rronsKY and Counsellor at Uiw, and Solicitor ".Chancery. ORico in Haird's new building, 1'lne Street, (ireen buy, isuonsm. __. j ArroliMKY and Solicitor, Empire Block, ton St., opposite the Hotel. ion on I'scculed, and iti v1 Ot twelve voars at the Inisincas, (Most OK Tiitf wmi ONI-: OI'TIIK L.uunaT HOUSES IN TUB Urrv OK YOHK.) i am prepared to warrantsatislaotion The Song of Saratoga. Kf .IOI1N O. SAXK. "Pray, ivliat .do .they do. at Hie Springs? The question is easy to aslc; Bnt -to -answer H fully, my dear, Wove rather a serious task. And yet, in n bantering way, As Ike magpie 01- moeking-bird sings, 'I'll VIMHUVO a bit of. a song To.tull what they do at the Springs. Impr'anis, my dai-ling tlicy di'itik Tho -wat'era'so' sparkling and clear; Though tho flavor is uur.o ol' tlio best, And -the .ortor exceedingly queer; But the fluid is 'mingled, 'you with wholesome medicinal things, So they drink, and they drink, and the dnn.c, And that's what they do at tho Springs! Then with appetites keen as a knUVy They hasten., to breakfast ov (The latter precisely at three; The I'oi-raer IVoni seven till nine.) Te what a rustic and rush When the eloquent dinner-bell rings! Then they eat, mid they oat, and they Aod that's what they do nt the Springs! Now they stroll in. the bountiful walks, Or loll in the shado of the trees; 'Where many a whisper is heard Tliat nover is told by tho breeze; Anil- hands 'are commingled -with llegardless of conjugal And they flirt, n'nd they flirt, and they And that's what they do at 'the Sjmngsl Tlic drawing-rooms now 'are alilazo, And music is shrieking- away; TKKi'rficiioitf; governs the hour, And FASHION was never so gay! An arm -'round a tapering waist How closely and fondly it. clings; So they waltz, anil they waltz, and they And that's wlu-.t they do at the Springs! In as it a-oes in the woi'ld ._ They -oat, and they -drink, and they sleep; They talk, and they .walk, and they woo; They sigh, and they laug-li, and they weep; They and they ride, and they dance; i othci' unspeakable snggestefljtp' the prince that it wonld.be witli-so sing-liar a crimin- al.. :Monsifciir'a't first objected; but -at last means-'of a blank lettre de. calchel caused-the womaii-to be given tip to: some persons sent by him, on. 'the Bhe -was to be conveyed to some otlj'er prison: He had her, how- ever, carrie'd to a country house, -some miles across'the country, where the Chevalier do Lon-aine, and M'Efflat were waiting to her. The whole four, supped together. At length ilonsiom-, Hints..for the.Seasoa The sinlMiier havests are now the-chief-iand-remaining labois oi the sea- son are the.sowing-..of .wintei giain, and securirig.thc autumn But theie :are many .other operations that should not be neglecte'd: lii many-places there are muck swamps, now. comparatively may afloid a large quantity of the niatenal foi ma- nure. If it may be shoveled out on a dry platform or hard'earth surface, it -will be havina1 seen enough she-ought sent back to the J3 as tile with aiough shed, 'instead tliat r .-n___x. but his companions she shoiucl.be conveyed-either to London-: -or Brusscteiand sot at liberty. The good natlwecMdffiue- consented and went away.. Tho two nobles passed. the., night .in an, orgio with the woman, telling hey that the next day; they would convoy her out of the country; .tint instead of trusting to them "'she thought best to save "herself, -so, ply- ing.- -them well with drink until they'were she locked them in, and escap- was seen no more. The a-ovemov' of col- Offlco to 12 lilllll___ ARTflUirJAU 0 P. 1. and Counsellor at Green 'Ray, 'Wisconsin. Olliue in Advoeale and Notary I'liblie. Advocate IJlook, Ui'eunSay, lllce in ID all eti.-itiHners. Tim attention of all who want the best light for thu least money, is called to the Pnragou Patent Cowl Oil Bm'iiev. Its advantages over all others consist 1st. I'roducing the proper amount ol more and no an even Hume U-uioheslngli, and I ineh in width, on u.ii-S inch wick, Irom any co-lie oil, liu'ht or heavy. nd IJcon.mi v In small amount of oil consumcu _" d'iit in which H yields a llamo as brilliant, andmol'Psta'-tyand witoi.sethan a three feet Gas IJurnor. "nl draft is distributed in such manner Unit it is not all'ected'by smld..-.i and strong; cur- Thev pray; and 'they play, and they A'nd that's what they do at the Springs'. ATTOBSBY and Oconto Wisconsin. Oconto Co., HKlt IL If? rents ol air, and permits carrying around willi lull flame without smoke. JliVVETI TfOKSKVrt nud Counsellors at Law, and SoUcl- In Chancery, Appleton, OutagunueOo y, Messrs. 3. U. will nay pvmnj.t uttui lloiv to the collecting claims, exuiiuimlioii ol and payment of taxes. under them almost useless. There are three six.es ol' ..Humors, which invo a   M. de hi Roynio, and the latter consulted .one of his ablest agents named Lecoq. This per- overcome, ing-, was the'Ba'stilo, on learning that the woman had been got out of his custody by a .trick of-the king's 'brother, thought the best he could do was to pretend that she was he accordingly had a- pro- test verbal drawn up to that ignam. IltVING-, A Pl.AY Writing from Dresden to his friend Leslie, in 1823, Mr. Irving thus concludes one ol hi a' letters: I have been fighting my way into the German-language" and am regaining my Italian, and, for the of more'profit- able employment, have turned play aclor. "We have been getting up private theat: rides here at the house of an English lady. I have already enacted Sir diaries Rack- et in Three ''Weeks after with great applause, and am on the point of playing Don Felix in had no'" idea of this fund of dramatic talent lurking -within me; and I now console my- more -convenient for drawing in the "WM ter. A large :.pilc: of- this kind, tha-totted with straw or. covered with a ic will continue, to bdconie drici till wintci, by which'.' two'. important points -nillbc gained. Swamp muck; when satin xted, contains .some, five-sixths of its -The labor of. drawing when- would therefore be six time's gieat as when.thoroughly dried. Wet muck will not absorb the liquid parts of but when dry it will take in and'hold sev- eral times-its own weight, .The great care therefore, in using peat or muck for composing, is to get it thoroughly dried. Compost heaps, for-farm use, should be made wherever practicable, near the field or spot to which they are to be applied, with a .view .to save cartage. If large muck heaps can be deposited at those places, a great advantage will result; for the-stable cleanings, as they accumulate, Pi omfte New. Twlc Evening Post. Mr Jones' Viator, and How he got Kid of Her.: "But two letters thought. Mr.. Jones, late bead .clerk, now; junior partner in the Co., Broad st., as he bent' over the desk and dipped Ins pen in theink "But two shoit letters more, and then.I shall beieadv to join Mrs! Jones in that delight-- Ful exclusion, upon which; she has set hex little he ut But two I live it is half past three, .and the.steamer's mail closes at John John 1" John responded. Confound the .he has left me to lock muttered Mr. is precious now." The pen flew, -rapidly over :thc paper, until the letter.wasiiearly concluded. No othci boind was heard in-the counting: 10011 01 in the store below, and Mr, Jones supposed he was alone in-the build- may natinE be drawn oiit there'and kid in aller- layevs wltii the muck, the said a voice- at his self that if the worst'comes to worst, I can turn stroller, and pick up a decent main- tenance among .the barns in England. 1 verily believe nature intended me to be a vagabond." now heap being made closely alongside the ob- long pile of muck. If the swamp hap- pens tc be near a remote part of the farm, which is to bo enriched, many days labor in drawing first to the barn-yard, and then back again, would thus be saved. -By milking quite thin alternating- layers, labor oi' mixing over may be avoided, Preparations should bo made early for ample winter shelter for'stock, where not already fully provided. One-third of the amount of food consumed by animals is saved by proper warmth; one-third more, in value and insurance to the auimalsgive about one-third more milk aud The farmer who has say twenty head, will 1 1 1 ing'. Buy a book sir ear. said Mr. Jones, mechanically, sp deeply absorbed iir-his work toner tiec the singularity of the iiiterrnption. "Bay a. book, and this time a book Goose's be observ- ed on the thrust between his eyes and the unfinished letter before him. said Mr. Jones, a little as he turned upon the intruder. It was a woman, young and handsome, though.. poorly clad. "Yon had her sweetest smile, money." said the girl, with Besides, I need tbp Well, there's a quarter for your beau-. said Mr. Jones, gallantly, and.now- go, for I'm in a great hurry." .He. took from his -pocket tho coin and handed it to "'Hadn't you better give me half a dol- lar, sir What Hadn't yon better give mo half a dol- lar to buy me some she .raised her dress just enough to dis- _ J 01IN X "E AS'i'M AN at .101 Washington Street, (near tho Court House) CJ.bi.go, U., will attend o any buslnusKrontiVteil to him Irom breen Day or the lumbering districts. _ _ SEWING rpHK SIMPLICITY uid b tho'stUch, wliitii will not rip by incident, makes it the best machine for ;amily That if makes a and seam than is made hund, or by any other maolimu. Tlmt.i'- makes a more dualin seam, winch will withstand the tests .of wear, and washing aud irnn- lii" lii'ttri- than that made by miy other nmeliine. Thar I he speed at which it can. be used is high- er fhan iinv other, and the power required to op- erate it is W-S tlmn that 1-ei.aiirud bynny otlierma- Tliat it N nearly noiseless in its operation. That Us construotion is more simple, and tho liability to disarrang-oment less than m any oth- That it ean lie more qiiiukly learned, more easi- v Uvpt in order. g''t ready for use, and changed. 'mm one finality or grade of work, than any oth- i son at once suspected that the- young men must have fallen into :some snare set for .them by female charms, and lie employed a natural -son of his -own, a -handsome- livid intellig-oni: young man, to try and discov- er the mystery: This young- man. whoso name was Exupere, was sent splendidly dressed, every clay to the Tuileries, the Palaise Koyale, and i the Luxembourg, SOEXKS AT were not a little r.mnsed one evening while looking in upon a hop at the Union, last In one of the sets of dancers was a young- man whose dross and air a sprig of not of royalty. He would have passed for the Prince of Wales, or the Prince of Noodles. No one in the sa- loon equalled him in the neatness or ele- gance of his attire, or the dashing non- clialcmce with which he played ms was .the favorite of the young ladies, a-.ul the especial pet of managing mammas. Yet that young man's mother a year or 'two since took in washing in tho city oi Albany; A Wiiv DON'T' BOYS ffeow UP A con-eBpoiulentof the Springfield.Repub- lican says: For the male human race, in its com- mon aspects, is by no inclines beau.titul. se, snouKi u claimcd.sprsnging to the door c Iv-nRiip.trates. filled with small stone. ___' Stove on OULO B. GRAVES. ArrouNKY and Counsellor nt Law, and Sidiuitor in OInuicary. OBlco in Gothic Block, Washington street, Given Bay, Wis. __ DAY dealers In Groceries. I'rm-Motv', Wines, Liquors, Cisars, aud Uectilieis n superior article of Whiskey. Ington street, Green liay, Avis. JOS.BPU HAluTlS IU-.C.ISTBU ov DKKM, County Treasurer of lloor County, Notary Public and Land Agent, Sturgeon Bay, .Door Co. V, is. Prompt attention will be given to the I'ayment o tax- es, Drawing- up of Deeds, Ijoiids Mor gages and Uedemptlon of Lands sold lor'Iaxe.-.; Pre- emptions I'vomptly secured, (.lev. Lands in lUr County in Market to Settlers at r.Oc. per uoi-c. Oi-aduatiou Land Clauiis In Door xip at my office. "'i' aiit acyoated him, said lisl: princess of the .namo-oi Jabironaka, im- inhentucl ronga Its applicability to tho entire rnnjso pri'ami.y. Si.win---rrnin the finest and most delicate text- ures to the heavier and coarser lUbrles., Brother, CHEAP STORE, GASH its'vo L. jr. OULD l-lic wo have removed our stock to the that Got h- W wo a Ic'JHooV in the store formerly occupied by. M., i it. ____ ...in ?i n hi L' ii.'Oolburn, where they will keep hand a gootl assortment of onslantly on' ..tensely rich, and that, as she was much struck "by him, she. would. perhaps .allow him to. visit her. The vpung.rnaii.declar- ed that he coiiceivecLa violent passion for the-lady, and after some conversation the attfivlant told him that, if at .nine o'clock -I..-, ui-vht he would himself-in front of the churqh of St. Germain 1' Auxcrr.ois, she v.'uirtd moot him and take .him to her The young man .of. course, told L-ecoq of aud in the.evening, tho lat- ter caused several of his men to be placed in such a way as not to lose.sigh.t of Ex- uijcro, event of his. incurring any danger, to be able to render him as- sistance. At thc-appointed hour the young nan was at the rpndezvous, and the old woman, joined him there. She wanted to' them rough by a hard scrimmage with life, but he is not half so ugly as some men who KISS for handsome, and who were born laiiusoinc, and lived so till they were old to begin to smoke bad cigars, and- chew-" nasty and drink' rot- Co. OF ALL .QUAUTl'KS AN.ft I'lUU-ES heavy Sheetings, Shirtings, Prints, Dress and Fun-, cv Goods, He wUlalso keep on hanu and inaiuit'acture to order, as cheap as the IN .have heard some prayers which were'clesigncd- to effect the hcai'er rather than to reach Heaven. TJic following characteristic an- echdote of John is a keen re- buke of the practice: In one of his spells of repontcncc and sickness, he was visited by a minister, who, at his request, prayed for and with him. The Minister began in .this "Lord- our friend is sick. Thou know- thus save about one hundwid and fifty dollars each winter, according to a safe estimate--an amount which would soon pay for the whole expense of the build- say nothing of the increased value of manure where facilities are af- forded for saving it. Wet portions of ground, which could bo neither cultivated nor drained in the Spring, if now submitted to thorough un- aercb-ahihigY-wilLbo. increased inline in-value. Briers, elders, if cut will be much checked in growth another and if the process is repeated; will be mostly destroyed, The; vacant portions of time which ovei-v driving farmer may secure for this .purpose, should be expended mjmilding stone alwasy usually penetrates, filled with small stone. Unless this is attended to, the' heaving and subsiding yearly by frost, will uti- inately throw down the most perfectly built wall., A good stone fence will nev- er decay, and the removal of refuse stone from-tlie land-is a great it be therefore.not neglected. Root crops, which have been kept clean during the early stage of their growth, arc apt to be now neglected and become wee- dy. By dressing -them out when needed, the crop will be'bettcr, and the ripening and scattering of seeds for a troublesom crop of intruders another year, will be prevented. Cellars should be thoroughly cleaned, ventilated, white-washed when needed, and prepared, for the props of autumn veg- these may be kept neat and in perfect, condition. A cellar in confu- sion and infested with- foul matter, is a unsuitable place to stow eatables; neatly kept and handsomely lill- close a well-formed, naked arid see. I've no shoes, either." _ Among Mr, Jones' most recent acqui- :i sifious was a lovely young wife, and ho was deeply, virtuously indignant. "Ah! young woman, is that your he crie'd', rising from his chair. Leave-' the place instantly, or I'll pull-you out." .Don't lay your hands en said his visitor, stepping back, w.ith a look of .fiance. Don't lay your hands on me, sir, for if yon do. I'll scream, and 'whoever comes will think you are taking liberties. You had better buy a book, ten dollars." Mv. Jones perceived at- once that he was in a fix." but in a moment iic decided what course to pursue. Scream as much as you he cx- to the door of the count- screaming too. Thc woman also approached the door, but he kept her back so far as to prevent her looking down the stairs, and contin- ued his calls for John." There is no John said the girl mockingly, "you had better buy a book; sir, its only twenty dollars now." Ah you've come at said Mr. talking 'down stairs to an imaginary John, run for a police officer as quick as you can. I've got a thief here." Then turn- to his visitor with an air of confident assurance, Now, Miss, you can spend your time in negotiating for the sale ol your 'Mother Goose' or in as you please; you'll not pass this door till an officer comes." The girl began to look She evidently had not counted upon this sudden re-appearance of John. Oh, sir, let mo go, I didn't she said. Didn't mean any harm I" echoed Mr. mean any ii J" binclan-e his eyes, but lib refused to.let nor do so She then led him by various ob- bst how generous he was to the poor, __.-, ___.____, TwnrmiTr T A 11, O It B I> It A P E K S Mnvc'on hund, as elect Stock of lirond Clot hs. Cas- slmert-s, and VesfniES. Ueady Hindu Clothing, Vurnishlng Goods Ac. Sture oil Street, In Schettler'a block, Green Hay, LEE BUOMLEY. STOVIW TIS-WAUR heavy aud Shelf Ac. Store on Washington._ Struct, opposite Northern Bank, Ctreon Hay, is. KEEVE, .M. D. PIIKKN UAV scure streets to theEue ties Orfevres, and there introduced him into a siiiall' house, near the Chapel Saint Elio. .After walking along a dark corridor the young- man'.was. introduced into a sump- tuously-furnished room, in which was the beautiful foreigner. She received' him so _T. kindly that ho forgot to give to Lecoq qut- GHOCJSIiTES AND PXOriblONb, gignal whichhad been agreed I'ill "ell thorn lower than any other store' in a the lady retired, and v.ie BOOTS AND SHOES, of every quality and stylo, ml homo mannlacl.nrod material, iv on hand, a large assortment ot from the host foreign Also uonita.iit- wliat cnunent servicoq he has rendered to the country, and how he is among and honored men of earth." the Stop, said the impatient Kan-. no more of such stuff, else tho Lord will clami. iisi both-." tie public have onlv to gi and TEAS. LOUR, OHEKSK .I'ORK. OfBcc on Wellington Street, over ett s lioolv StorV-Uosidence, llrst corner south ot the Com 1 louac, Adams Street, Green 13ay is. F. B. SCHKTl'LEU. Wholesale and Ketail ijlejiler in heavy and hliel Hardware -Stoves, Nulls. Jlill otttts. side of Washington street, lien _ ___ SHERWOOD HOLMES, T5Et5TgTUiXOrt-A new lot of Btrlngs, warranted to give saliva tTmso lln THF. remains of a Roman theatre and a temple dedicated to Appollo, have just been discovered near Pioarefonds, near 1860. BUTTER, LAUD, SALT. yo.iw-man proceeded to roohi, and found behind .a screen .a glass casein, which ware twenty-six, men's heads, each placed in a silvor'dish, and cacli.so skill- fully embalmed that it retained the' ap-. pearance of life He. with horror; but at the same moment a whistle outside was hoa.rd, signal of Le- under the cletrius of the for- Compiegne, under the cfetnus 01 tne 101 ests'. Tlicsc ruins belong to the best per of' RbiiiaiT art. The bas reliefs are sai of Roman to-be admirably executed. A paying a visit to her daughter, who was a young'widow, asked her why she wore the widow's garb so long. Vud everything connected with a general grocery., AND ;opt constantly ou for sale to the Iraile it Ihe lowest cash rates'. 'Gvocn'TBay, June j___________ FASHIONABLE i A H 03 3S.Jl_S H O THOMAS JAMESj HAVING-'KETU-llNBD. TQ.GKEbN .trusts by his longhand faithhrt n.ttcntion to business to merit a liberal share In Shaving and Cutting Lncliesj Misses and Cent's. Hair aud Dressing the no siiDCrior "in 'Northern Wisconsin. tilioi) opposite United Sl-itu Hotel U-in. dors, jumped into the room. The soidi- the noise, rushed in- to the apartment, followed by four fero- cious looking bandits, but the police were strong enough to arrest all five.. The ban- dits were- in tlue course..'condemned to death arid'executed.. As to-.the female, she turned out to but. an. English woman, .who is stated in Peuch- et's account- 'to -have enticed the mer- to her libiiKO to satisfy her passions, ffiein murdered in prder. to.rob them: .'She but a strange way.. spoke of the afiair. to his to the Ghevclier de Lorraine, and..some other high personages. The chevalier can1 see that I am for sale by private con- tract." cd, is'an hiteresting sight. Hogs should be fed early, to few weeks at the commencement, early in autumn, may be more than equal to as many weeks towards winter. Keep them clean, and they will thrive better; feed them regularly, and they will fatten fast- er and as there is an abundant apple crop this year, half the cost of fattening may be saved by feeding refuse, apples in suf- ficient- abundance. Do not neglect to save a good supply of the best selected seed corn. In cut'ting up corn a great deal of valuable fodder is lest bv carelessness in putting up the shocks. If they stand erect, the stocks will be uninjured; if they incline or be- come prostrate, tho.-fodder will be halt rot .ten and of little value, to say nothing of the diseased and feeble animals resulting from feeding such stuff. Be careful in putting up the shocks, to place the stalks evenly and compactly on all sides, and tie them up-firmly, and they.will .remain so; but pile them all on one side, in- a care- less manner and they cannot stand. c occasionally pass a cornfield in anturnn where the shocks stand'as they shoukl do; but more frequently we see many pros- trate Gentleman. Jones angrily; "why here are your shoes in the hall 1 What have yon been steal- ing down, stairs 'The girl protested that she had stolen nothing, begged that he would not have her promised never to mo- lest him again. Mr. Jones detained her till she was thor- oughly frightened, lent and bade her s meet the officer. then pretended to-re- jo quickly or she would The girl lost no time in making her ex-- it, and Mr. Jones finished h.is letter Justin season for the mail. 'On his way home in the Fourth avenue cars, he mentioned his adventure to his friend Mr. Smith, whose place of business is in the same street. Good exclaimed Smith, why I in the same way this afternoon, and didn't get off '.aa easily as you did. I had to give her ten dollars, and did not even get Mother Goose' in return." Upon comparing notes-.the.friends as- certained that they had been visited. by different persons, proving that the Moth- Goose dodge is not the enterprise of er 1 AN irishman was once indulging m the NEAT sitting! very intellectual occupation of sucking- itfth'e same box at'an opera-with a French eggs'raw and reading a-newspapev. 1 t !-.r. tci bolt a live physician, and was iniich troubled with ;r to gape.. "Excuse me, said the doctor, 'f'i'stm glad you did not swallow: me." Give yourself'no replied the lady, am a Jewess, and never cat that from 1851 to 1850, five hundred millioris-of dollars in gold has liieSri1 "pr'o'diice'd from the various mines thvcjiigiiout the world. some mschance he contrived to bolt a live chicken. The poor bird chirped as 11 went a single individual. Each the other upon having learned an entirely- new. kink. When Broad street gentlemen stay, m their counting-rooms, alone, of an alter-. noon, they should see that their front doors are locked, or they may be visited gels unawares. spoke a little, to latp.j" WJTRRK sunlight penetrates all the rooms of a 'dwelling, the inmates are less liable i'_> s-r, l-iknco -Tu-Viere the to sickness' than in a. house where the apartment's'iire closed to its health invig- orating influences. MRS. JEN-KISS complained in the evening that, tho turkey she had eaten at Tlianks- didnot'sei'wcll. said Jenkins, "it was not a hen turkey." He got'a glass of water in his face. Miss Nancy says that a man ..is.good for nothing until he is married, her experience, he is only   

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