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Albert Lea Freeborn County Standard (Newspaper) - January 8, 1880, Albert Lea, Minnesota Miss 11enshaws party. Dinner by Tiff. A took of til ii Beconi a the lumbering stage rolled through Tho Street of und stopped at Tho doctor s dour. Emory body in Tho Village told every body also that miss Luiu arrived to make her a Nual visit to her brother. L hero were no comme its but a Good Many quiet smiles and significant listings of Tho eyebrows. Tho old doctor Laid Down his Book and hurried out in halt soared smile of Wel come on his mild withered visage. Janet his Rosy Little daughter was close upon him. Old Barbara stood at Tho Kitchen door. They All Folt As if to raw Easterly wind had begun to blow through the sunny Ottlo House but being kindly gentle Folk they nerved themselves to meet it in a spirit. Only colonel the dog seeing who was com ing betrayed the general discontent by retreating Wil t to the stable. Miss Rons Luias paced up the Tan Bank path complacently. She told her friends in i uts Burgh that she was going to see Slu Felt it u be her duty to visit poor James at once a year. Avon know with the flight est child for ran imagine the condition in which i find everything. 1 look upon it i Ivory in deed to and set House and servant and my Niece to 1 never flinch trom duty thank every body in Rev Burgh the of visits on the old Dor Tor. The if set t be Momen Tous beyond put Dent. A week after her Imis kens Haw was wait Iii at the one morning tin doctor sipped i cof tee and i paper lie said see Rhal Ali setup Kab Are at their old work 3tiranda. It is curious to observe How the traits of each race repro Duce themselves inexorably age Iii Tor age. Now the aryan Stock gracious. James do eat your Steak t will be As cold As if it bad never been. I wish you would not Dilly Dally so Over your meals. It is such an untidy in genteel habit of. Gulping Down his Rolli a. I did not wish to detain of. But 1 often Trace out these historical tru Lis to Lanet. Now the Mohamme dans in every race i m sure 1 Don t want to Trace out the Nasty creature i anywhere. Jig every one of them. Did Yon know tint the Ashers Are peering at her from under his spectacles. "1 really do not recall the name Miranda 1 suppose not. It is Well poor Janet has somebody to look alter Hei interest. She win in Baltimore last Winter the Ashers were very polite to her. Very wealthy stylish people. They be come now to spend the summer in the Village and we ought to show them some i remember now the child told me How kind they had been to her. You Wilt ask them to stay with us until they Are comfortably settled.1 the doctor had one of the most hospitable soul in the world. Ask them almost shrieked miss Kei Shaw. But what was the use of trying to make James understand lie might be a great naturalist but in Ordi nary matters he was Little better than an idiot. The Asher in mis s eyes was of ton they dwelt on sombre Arnst operatic Heights to which More last notable people could not aspire their House was magnetic Cut they kept a full suit of servants. And James would As k them Here As if they were Mere nobodies Here Hue looked around her at the worn ingrain carpet the cheap White wishes. At old Barbara in her Kitchen who would come in presently and ice Ture the doctor about Chang ing his coat As if she were an equal and shuddered. We possibly manage to invite them to Tea after i have prepared for she said calmly. Being the Only rational person in the family it was her duty to be Calm to take tin.-, ajl air in hand and conduct it to a successful conclusion. She had heard from the Village gossips How George Asher the son and heir had fallen in with Janet. Though what he saw in her. Her aunt could not divine a girl absolutely without his Mother it was reported was a widow and Humoured Tho lad in every thought the astute Miranda she has come to look into our Fain ill and social position. What a Providence it was that i came i la put my Best foot Foremost wit i the Blessing of heaven the next morning having elaborated her plans mus Kenshaw began Tho attack while the doctor was tilling his Saddle bags preparatory to his daily rounds. You Lutish have another ser vant 1 what he servant bar staring into the Kitchen. It is absurd to talk of Barbara. She Rule s you and Janet with h Rod of a been a Friend to us for Twenty Juri Miranda. When Susan died Iowa s on b breast she to very Well but it is not a Friend you want it is a servant. I ought to know what is duo to Janet s social Posi Jauet s social position said the bewildered doctor. Here is Tho Luckiest his sister went on breathlessly. A coloured Man just from Virginia a competent waiter and Butler who is willing to come and turn his hand to anything for his Board and clothes. Of you must secure him least until the ashes have came to Tea. Nothing can be Niota stylish than a coloured As you please Miranda. Only remember the purse is very shallow. I must save All that i have Lor my Little or. Shenley Rode away laughing to himself at the shallowness of women. Except Janet. She seemed to him set apart from the rest. The old doctor and his Little girl had always been intimate friends. Miss Kenshaw shrugged her shoulders As he jogged Down the Shady Street. The Best Way to invest his Money for Janet is to secure her a Good she said. Upon that hint she went to work. Al Phonse Tho new waiter a Dapper brisk mulatto with a furtive Eye arrived and took Possession of the House. Barbara glared at him unnoticed. He appeared before miss Rui Shuw 111 spotless apron and jacket. Where shall i find the China closet Madam that person outside wishes to set the table with the Kitchen presently miss Renshaw hurried to the store tid ordered Homo a full set of Zihich beg it China. It would never do to Loose caste in the eyes of the Footman. Janet and her father glanced quizzically at each other As they sat Down to their supper of bread and Honey served with much ceremony. Aunt Miranda stately in purple ribbons was behind the Tea uru. But secretly she quailed Ocoro the Eye of Alphonse. He was her judge test ing her social position by to to Cut of her dress tin Quality of these very ribbons. Janet Drew her father into the Garden us soon As Tea was Over. Is so uncomfortable in she said As she lighted his pipe and Bat Down at his Fecit on the grass. Let reach you my dear. What says Epictetus what matters to to anything which happens if my soul is above it of she Laid her father s hand oi1 her head she liked to decl him draw the Biown coils through his ringers. Old coi Ouel came out of the stable and curled up Oil her Diess. The Happy tears Peru in Janet s eyes. She was not think ing of Pic Titus. My Ashor is coming tins her Sou the oui Man might to Dull in Ordinary matters but to was keen of sight and feeling Lanet mis concerned. To stroked her Bead fool try. And did not speak Tor a minute or two. Lie in h in feud of a Good Friend lather. 1 the Oid Man could not to on. Lie put id Luuri Hei Eji Sas her head rest ii on ins knee Lii at site might not see he moral. Janet she Hud never Nad lovers ski nn-ri1 i Rob. This thought of Low or a Mage Joth to her and the old Man. They had not an Iii i i m 01 idly know Lodi a annul it Hainan i Hildru. They Sili it Lorn u Lille. "hi1 Neve Hub Ai 1 lu1 for me. Ana he Jui forgot ten me. I Don t kno ibid Janet at list "1 do in Luis. A puke a e.uiti1 has tily up inv mad and slight of Thorn jumped the 1 Ciu i1, hurrying straight t i Thorn. Unis Jan str whispered or. Shenley. Cried it Voundy Man befori1 .1 met could aunt or you must Loi five i have by Ouight All the lust of travel with i. But i could not wait. Vou not present me to your father lie flushed Hui. And Janet i. Quite As awkward. But the old who had a certain drained away i Lom and to put them both at their ease. Miss Mirada tint to Stitmon the due Tor to Bouse Lluch Athir looked after him with Erenee. And that is or. Henley be said. I used to hear my father spunk of him lib the first of american naturalist1-. My father was a naturalist too thou h in a Small to added proudly. I i could mentioned that to or. Shen Ley. It might have made him think bet Ter of with an almost Boyish Biu a. Who is that in the demanded Mij Bei Shuw. Younick Man named a Good honest hid lie seems to added the doctor thoughtfully. Ulle has a most ingenious laci1. Gracious. Asher and you in your old dressing Crown and Janet in her Blue Calico we tit shall i Dof invite the lad in to Dunk i cup of code. He is tired with in s journey no stud the doctor a if Petit in to the Dingy office where his patient waited. Miss Lle Ushii raised hands in meet. He d bring an Asher in to drink it cup of nil be just As be would John Tho postman or the she said of this House an Asher Don t come until it is ready for them miss k kept her Resolution the next Day the faded old carpet Wai taken up Aud a Gauss imitation of Brus Sels took place a pair of glaring vases All bought at the store Oil credit decorated the mantel shelf instead of the doctor s Cizio of floridian beetles. Tibbert the Village dressmaker was Busy meantime in altering a silk of 3lirfs Miranda s to tit her Nice. It is stylish As urgent miss Miranda the girl has nothing fashionable to piece the Back Width into a Long rail so As to sweep the ground Nice Batiste this imitation lace into the Nick and miss Tibbert at work she donned All her own finely and Sallie. Forth to Call upon mrs. Asher who was boarding at Squire Gray a a Milu out of the Village. Mrs. Asher was in and miss kenshav., As she loft said to herself tliu1 the Call had Boon a great Success. They must be astonished to meet s Fine u conversationalist in this aut of the Way she reflected As she Marcher triumphantly Down Squire Gray s Lane at thu Stile she Mcc Hugh Asher Anc bowed with the mingled Reserve of Strangi r and Tho Al action of a future aunt. Is that strange Asket Hugh when he went into the House. Jirs. A mild Little woman looked perplexed and Gravo. Or. Shin Ley s she replied briefly. Is of we arc having an insight into Tho family relations of your fair o. Cried his Cousin Julia clapping her ringed minds. That is her aunt. She came to invite us All to dinner on tuesday. If thu Shenley fam ily have a Strong Point it is social Posi Tion there is nobody in the Village whom they could ask to de pc Bias allo we know All Abou shaking her head gleefully until the hooped. I thought tha the Charmot your Village Maiden Lay in her Sweet simplicity Why the Samily Are leaders in style and fashion. Aun Miranda Hugh did not answer his Cousin. There was a Casen Why Julia should dislike poor Little Janet and the lad though no coxcomb knew it. When she had left the Mother said to him gently con have not asked Janet to marry you yet no Mother. Yes i know All that you would say but do not to rash. Wait out for what is hotly. What do you fear where you Are concerned it would kill me Hugh to see your life wrecked by a Sham vulgar wife. Little Janet impressed me As a True Noble girl but it seems impossible that and tiling genuine could come from such a Stock m that. Only wait until we look further. Of i will said Hugh. But am willing to stake my life on the re nov a great Chance of social Triumph came in Bliss in Wise on Tho morning Way. In this of the dinner party Alphonse knocked it her door. He car led a mysterious Box. In it were a quaint Silver up Ergo and a couple of Sil ver cups All in inked with u Crest. Al begged her to buy t pm offering hem fit one tenth their value. Olu Roniss s in Loudoun gave to to with Ray ree was his Story. Here Al says she you have served me Aith i and its All i have left to give the stuarts was dreadful impoverished by the War this Monogram has an Aid miss Miranda eyeing a Goblet care ulv. "j.s. It might be Job Khz Cilev Here was an addition to her dinner Able Tho Ashers of course would ask no questions. They would take it for grunted this was the family Monogram inc Joiy Well. Alphonse. 1 will take the articles. My brother or. Tihon Loy will pay time. Direct bar inra to polish them with the rest of the the rest of the plate 1 consisted As he very Aell dozen spoons ind Forks. Thu Tiitu oink hour Drew nigh Jancel halt i trying half laughing at the v of her Ligure had Licen t Oito into he new dress he and pulled Nile some astounding fashion insisted on by her aunt Ber aunt s diamonds Hung in her and a Riganti scotch Cairngorm Fps lend in r breast. To Matler How 1 to s lid mit1 Ulii Bohuw heroically As Jai Ift her objections As to Hurt her unit s feelings the least but h i shrink ing from what she Felt was i Wilgar Dis priv. It is you Are to unite tin1 mouses. You ought to Wear the family Leicil to Day. Janet red. Hot and awkward took her in the guv i Irlar but Leeling Timis As if she would like to Ink through the hour. Vou be turning Over the leaves of a Book m Hen Lii y come in. Kleg int the idea miiand.-. Surveyed the room complacently As she Poki and hurried to the Kitchen a Here Iii Piiru was Duteil Ami i Iii de Strul to Iii with a dinner of six courses. The doctor Beer called Toui Ounsy patient and not be Back until for which miss Ken slim Etc try a ranked Weasen. Was her husband had nil his life hoped to know this Man. In a moment she was seated beside him in the Arbor. The Twilight fell. Hugh sat beside her. Janet who had torn Utt her Gaudy dress wus on thu other Side the simple Little Aprl mrs. Asher bad known and Ned. It seemed to her that she was living in a purer air than die had Ever known. She told this old Man of her in Sbail his work All that he had done or hoped to do. Miranda her dinner her Sham spend or were forgotten. But she rushed in Upo Dithom at last from the House. Brother the Constable is bore he has arrested this Man to was escaping from town with your horse mid the Constable appeared with his Vic Tim at the Gate. Cried miss Jolin. It is Al you Footman Lugli calf jul up who Goblet Ano con fronted the mulatto wit i it. Yes 1 look bind the scared wretch i sold them to miss Miranda this morning. Be merciful for god s bet him go. Said mrs Aslor. She gathered Jani t s hand in both of hers. Your poor aunt Shi. Laughing Neil ii Jav jut she a cart uie t we mis Miranda left new Burish the next Day. When Janet a is married in the fall she Cut an elaborate pan of Pillow Burnius h big dial pies edit. 3ut six1 did not come to the c a Iii a. The a kid Scot do the Gate had come Miranda left the Kitchen rushed up stir und struggled into Hei lies Iliff. I the meat not halt i Lone the list bunion in by hurried Down with that a indic which to hoi Isi reuniting ambition. Nov Janet was a Litell oui and Keeney Eil a we have seen. Knew exactly Amu of Girt to in Ulin s Eye meant As it bin cd Over the i join Ami then Restid on her. J understood Asher s Chain in1 d. Cod manner which so vainly tried to bring Back to her old cordiality. She under stood Hugh s half defiant to i r soil. More than Evers she wished the floor would open and Swallow her. The poor Little trial was nut like Epictetus you see to her Smi and look Down a Hui these things. Juliu tapped her paste diamonds playfully. How becoming splendor is to she said. You did not us these in they Are not. Blun of in Lily said mis coniing in and Rushing to the. "1 May bestow them upon Janet it she marries to Loa e Iii ing significantly. The dinner interminable Drc Irv dinner More will bed by the sudden disappearance of Alphone who vanished gloves a Dill at the appear a Nee of guests and was seen no More. B thar a in the worst of Humours wrestled Ith the course.-, Imd made wholesale disaster with All. Hugh seated by Janet was deaf and Blind Iii happiness. Mrs. Asher grew More grave with each moment and Julia a Little More daring in her impertinence. Miss Miranda observed that her eyes rested curiously on the Silvery Orinc which consoled her for All her Dissis ointment. The. Dinner was Over at last and the guests sauntered out into the Pardon where the into Twilight was falling slowly. What did 1 Tell you said Julia triumphantly. Do you think this will cure i confess i am greatly surprised. I though i was coming to the Homo where High thoughts and Noble living prevailed. Or. Blien y is a great scholar and always overrated Janet. Now you see the vulgarity the pretensions in which she has been reared. But there was something lowering her voice to a sin ill whisper. Did you Sec the goblets the ? i could Wager my life they were that were stolen from you last Winter. They were across the table. But 1 was certain i detected the Crest and Tho j. S., your initials before you were married. Mrs. Asher Drew indignantly. Yon do not mean to accuse Janet of no of. She would not have been so idiotic As to put them 011 the table. But no doubt to girl has bought them in Baltimore of the thief or a pawnbroker. I assure you the plate is yours. I la con Vince you of it in a she added energetically running Back to the Din ing room door. You Mother wishes to speak to she said to Hugh As she passed him. Can i have some water for my aunt miss Renshaw in one of those Beautiful goblets miss Miranda walked loftily beside her Down the path. Fine old piece of plate yes Bliss Julia i should think so it has been in the family a Hundred years. You observe the coat of arms mrs. The initials j. S.? my brother is the third Job Shanly. Mrs. Asher grew very Pale As she held the Goblet. Hugh took it from her and looked at it with Blank dismay in his race. I must go my son. I Nui not Sho whispered. Let us go away from this place and never what is it to think How nearly you have been entrapped. You must give up Janet at you Are not surely going so cried Miranda Rushing convard. There is my As the doctor opened the gnu1 and came up Tho path. Mrs. Asher stopped. Something in the genre benign presence of the old Man suddenly calmed her lifted her to other Levels of thought. She remembered How 1 Rorn Tho Albany journal the original opinion Iii Tho famous dred Scott Case was prepared by Naso Civite Justice Nelson mid if ibis opinion bad stood As that of the majority for which it was written it would have called for no expression of judicial views on the constitutionality of the Missouri com Promise act. Lint after ibis opinion was written a motion was made in a Confer ence of Tho to tit for a rear Ruinen of the Case at the next term. This motion prevailed. Judge Nelson s opinion was set aside and two questions were framed by Tho chief Justice to be argued do Nuovo at the bar. Those questions involved the facts set up in the plea to the jurisdiction and Tho Power of the court to take notice of and deter mine the citizenship of Tho plaintiff on Thoss facts after that plea had been overruled by the circuit court and the defendant had been ordered to plead to the merits. If the facts could be noticed and amounted to proof in Law that Scott was not a citizen the court had no jurisdiction. If on the facts Scott should be bold to be a citizen then the merits could be gone into and the Validity of to Missouri com Promise restriction became a question before the court. On this Bat is the Case was it waa held that Scott was not n citizen but the court notwithstanding assumed jurisdiction of the merits. The result was brought about by the influence of or. Justice i Nysp who had convinced himself that the peace and Harmony of Tho country required a judicial decision to the effect that Congress had 110 constitutional Power to prohibit the introduction of slavery in the territories. With his impulsive and impassioned Way of treating such to question he succeeded even in magnetizing judge Ariey. Who could Only have been mastered by judge Ava Ync s Appeal to his that kindness Aud Benevolence toward All human beings which so eminently distinguished that great Jurist and Christian gentle Man. It was not surprising that judge Wayne should have carried judge Grice and judge Catron with they had a Good Ninny of the Sanao qualities of mind and disposition that were conspicuous in their san Gibiino and enthusiastic colleague. I3nt judge Tauey in nature different and he for once Sank his judicial in Bis Politi Cal character because to thought the end that seemed to him desirable Justi fied he Rue aus by which be proposed to attain it. Escol Nipius Eue Herzl. A Rich store of a Confidence game played non a leading physician of Rockford by Chicago Sharps is Tho following the doctor was a Little shy about telling his neighbors of Bis adventure but finally disclosed the facts to marshal Sully. Porno time since Tho gentleman whom we will Call or. Started for Michigan intending to Cross the Lake by Steamer from Chi Cago. While to was waiting about the finding for the boat a Man accosted him with n Hearty How do you do or. At Tho same time extending an eager band for a shake. You have to Start of replied Tho doctor but you have made a mistake in my imme. J am or. Of precisely precisely. I recognize it now strange that i should have made such a mistake Well How Are times out in it was Tho same old Dodge but the doctor did t see it. Just at the moment when the doctor had so very explicitly Given his name and residence another Man Slid on the scene and was surprised and de lighted to boo or. G., of Rock Ford and after going through a vigorous pump handle movement for a few moments the three settled Down to a Friendly Chat. Tho doctor Felt warm and comfortable at heart by Causo he had. Been so easily noticed in the great Metropolis and his Good nature flowed Forth. In the course of the conversation one of the sudden acquaintances remarked to the doctor or. G., Aren t you losing something out of your the doctor spasmodically put his hand to his breast pocket and Drew out his Wallet to see if it was All right. In an instant Ono of the men snatched it and ran away. The other looked in Blank astonishment and cursed the villain who take the advantage of Friendship like that and then bustled off in pre tended Pursuit of the robber. The whole thing then began to Dawn on the doctor. To had been the victim of a Confidence game. His loss was Only but the wound to is vanity was Worth he hurried to a store where lie had an acquaintance and hastily relating the circumstance asked Hia Friend to go with him and apprehend the thief. But he was Only laughed at. The doctor was so discouraged at this adventure that he re turned Home and did not go to Michi Gan As he had Iii Cor. Chicago times. A German wine Lover says wine is a kind of standing army against Tho burdens of life. Thine wine Tho in Fantry Champagne the cavalry Bur Gundy the artillery Sweet wine the adjutant Tokay Tho old generals. If nations fought Only with these the peace of the world would never be Dis Turbed its balance however might to partners Fust Catillion i stamp j o feet an raise pm time is of Dot Wator Rillton Gluc to eat it s Lute to Pard Norn 1 lately Don t be bum plan Gin de rest. Balance Al j now step out Azuz dance to level bus 1 four 1 whoop up Niks Mersl Back agin Don t tin now i Swelnis Cornalis Hind de when i hollers Den yo1 go. Hands around i hold no to faces Don t be look ten to feet swing to pardner to to places 1 de Bard to beat sides of Ward when you s ready Malio a Bow As Low s to Stu swing across jct Opet lady now Well let to Vrap agin ladles Chancl Shet up Dut talkie t to yo1 Tal lir utter while rat fat and of Don t want do Wallon make to stops and show 3-0 style 1 a Man of Tho Man who stands on the dry goods Box on the Campus Martius and tells Tho Public that Tho Medicine in the Little bottles before him. Is a. Sure cure for this or that complaint finds about two believers out of every 100 Olio pass. If he Only finds do its expectations Are answered and he makes u Good thing out of it. He began his talk yesterday with an audience of one. It was a fat Fleshy Young Man of 25, with a double cilia and a Rod neck tie and Faith was written across his face in letters Broad and Plain. Began to vender As to looked the Young Irum in the face do you have a feeling of Vashtia at your stomachs if to one of those 10 cent bottles of my world panne sea will instantly relieve and just what i replied Tho Youmg Man and he Laid Down 10 cents and took a bottle. Continued the vender. Do you have backache and chills if so i warrant this pane sea to cure you at. Two doses. It Lias been tried by Kings and emperors and it has Given uni ver been looking for just this interrupted the Young Man and to paid for a second bottle Rind fell Back into his old track. Gentlemen it gives to pleasure assert that this Medicine was originally invented u cure for softly remarked the seller. When l say it euro the worst Case of headache Over known in for Tjui three to five min utes i solemnly mean what i say. It has been tried in might As Well Knock my headache a Hile i m about said the Young noun to himself and he Laid Down a Quarter and received his Correct change for another bottle. A gentlemen it does me Good to Sec that you appreciate my remedy paid the vender As he moved the around. Are any of you troubled wit ii b ver complaint or dyspepsia if so. Try my panne sea. It has relieved and cured millions of suffering human be Tho Young Man was still the Only audience. Faith brightened on his face and he Laid Down 10 cents with the re Mark my old liver is always kicking no trouble and i guess i la cure remarked the Fullor a3, he mopped his face Are Yon troubled with Toothache cutaneous of the heart loss of sleep or i growing we solemnly replied the Young Man and he invested in another bottle. You subject to coughs hoarseness bronchitis Quincy consumption Nightmare loss of sea Surv. Whooping con ii or falling out of the hanged if we whispered Young fellow with the double Chin Aud he pocketed his sixth bottle and waited for further oratory. His remarkable Faith staggered the dealer who rival a snid i guess you have enough for this time. Take according to directions you will soon feel the beneficial of j i you Ever so stammered the Young Man. This Ere remedy in t Good for its is Well slowly answered the is it is not Tho regular cure for then i guess i la take what i be got and get cured of All these things Yon mentioned and then go for the tits alone and give pm Thunder and blazes would t i guess yes that s the Way. If Yon bring out anything for fits i want Yon to save me a gallon. I be been under the weather just As Long As i can stand it. Free press. A spider s suspension Bridge. A new feature in the Way of a suspension Bridge was recently seen across the Hong Milonic River a Short distance a orb of fulls Bridge. It was a single thread of a spider s web suspended from a. Tree on Ono Side to some object upon Tho Between 300 and 4.00 feet Iii length. How did the creature manage to get it across it is conjectured that the engineering spider must have calculated the distance spun a thread of the required length and then at the right moment have thrown it out when it was carried on the wings of some favouring Breeze to the opposite Side where it became attached. What the spider s object unless to seek some retired spot to prey or else to seek new adventures it is not known whether the spider perished in the attempt at crossing or whether it gained the Shore in Milford it Ray. Edwin Forrest s chivalry. The Manly elements of or. Forrest s character made him at All times the ready Champion of the weak and defenceless. He was especially chivalrous in his con duct to women. This one instance is a Sample he was returning from new York after a successful engagement in that City and seated opposite him in the car were two Young indies. They were travelling with out male Scort. When the cars stopped at Newark a person entered and took a seat immediately Back of the ladies. To was of the loud class full of paste jewelery impudence mud bad mariners. The latter was soon painfully apparent with reference to the Lii Dies he indulged in Ofie Sivc language and seemed to think the whole matter was a Good joke. In a Short time the language and con a jct of tie Man and Tho evident distress of the Lailius arrested the attention of or. Forrest. He left his seat and lacing Trio obnoxious passenger said will you please vacate your scat you tire offensive to these guess i phed the Man with the coarse and rude expression of a bully and a Ruffian i have paid for my ticket and will sit whore i answered Forre a. And the color mounted to his Cheeks Ymir ticket does not give you the to insult ladies. That you have done ind 1 will you five minutes in Vii into the Cut fled be a ii. Ii you prefer to both the window remain Ai d Vou ran be or. Forrest then Drew ins watch from pocket and Butlo red Jis coat. The Rudi Aii Rook another glance at Chr deter mined Eye and Stalwi t f runic of his oppo nent Ami with murmured threats of Venge Ance left the. The ladies had no further annoyance with him. This is i authentic anecdote of one whose whole lilo in Many respects a Romance. The Home doctor. P1t1i Asp half a Pound of is the it in one quart of water boil it Down to one Gill take four Tablespoon fills of the liquid of the Grapevine three Teaspoon fuss of Fine table Salt three Teaspoon fulfil of White vitriol mix them in one pint of soft water then Strain through filtering paper. For application drop one drop in Tho eyes every morning and evening. If too Strong at first weaken with a Little soft water. A Tjui Zok a sends the following to the inter Ocean this simple b. Which i clipped from a old paper Lias proved of inestimable vain to Many some time since while buffering from neuralgia pains in Tho face it occurred to me that egg poultice might relieve. Mixing a Eger with Corn meal or any coarse flour proved not Only in this Case when applied but in Many since equally my Mother after having suffered two or three Days Rind nights with severe Toothache and face ache tried Tho above remedy Aud experienced Relief in a few moments. A new remedy Fok to Nooi ipg Garth of Vienna pro poses a singular treatment for this i ailment which will doubt Lem in chive careful consideration from the medical profession. He that by placing Twenty drops of the Oil of turpentine on a handkerchief holding it before the face and taking about forty deep inspirations to be repeated tlirici1 daily marked Relief such Dud id Case of laryngeal Catarrh by speedy cure is the result. Being called in to attend an infant of fifteen months in the convulsive stage he instructed the child s Mother to hold a cloth moistened As Al ready described before it when. And to drop the Oil non its Pillow flu it slept. In this instance the remedy in its effect was most beneficial. The Fri tji ency and severity of the sensibly decreased in the of Twenty four hours and by proper sup port by the help of stimulants improve ment was rapid. Is Case off Wil Der gives these Short rules f in action in Case of accidents for dust in the eyes avoid rubbing dash water into them. Remove cinders Etc., with the round Point of a Lead Pencil Lle move insects from the ear by tepid water never put a hard instrument into the ear. If an artery is Cut compress above the wound if a vein is Cut compress below. If choked get upon All fours and cough. For Light Burns dip the part in cold water if the skin is destroyed cover with varnish. Smother a fire with car Etc. Water will often spread Burn ing Oil and increase Tho danger. Belore passing through stroke take a full breath and then stoop Low but if Carbon is suspected Wall erect. Suck Poison wounds unless your Mouth is sore enlarge to wound or better Cut out the without delay. Hold the wounded part As Long As can be borne to a hot Coal or end of a Cigar. In Case of poisoning excite vomiting by tick lius the Throat by water or Mustard. For acid poisons give Alkalies in Case of opium Poison give Strong Coli be and keep moving. If in water float on the Hack with the nose and Mouth project ing. For apoplexy raise the Bead and body for fainting Lay the person Flat. Illusions of unfortunately the Muse of history a sometimes guilty of sacrificing truth in order to produce a dramatic effect. Voltaire was once asked by a suspicious Reader where he had found a certain startling which he had narrated in one of Bis histories. Of it is u frolic of my imagine replied the Frank but mendacious wit. Lamart Lue when writing a history not infrequently allowed his imagination to frolic. An ironical compliment once reminded him of this vicious Hab it. Just after the publication of his history of the Lamartine met Alexander Dumas Tho writer of romances. Have you read my asked the historian. Replied the novelist it a Superb i it is history need to the dig nity of prof. Mathews gives in hours with men and a number of these startling illusions of history the off Spring of writers More anxious to be artistic than truthful. There is a famous exclamation attributed to Wellington at Waterloo up guards and at the Duke said he never uttered such nonsense. Capt. Bragg denied that Gen. Taylor Ever said at the Battle of Buena Vista a Little More grape capt. Victor Hugo in lies brilliantly describes the Battle of Waterloo. In it he introduces the bravado alleged to have been uttered by the Captain of Tho Imperial guards the guard Dies it never surrenders 1" a French journalist invented the phrase two Days after the Battle. Francis i. Of prance has been credited for three centuries with writing to his Mother from the Battle Field of Pavia the heroic sentiment All is lost but the historical fact is that to wrote in prison and after describing the Battle prosaic ally says with regard to the remaining details of my misfortune Honor and life which is Safe Are All that Are left to lord lord How this world is Given to exclaims falstaff and Many readers of history have had occasion to Echo Tho exclamation. A relative pronoun. One of Tho que Japus at examination was what is written relative the answer rela Tive pronoun is one that tells about your relatives and this equals the there Are three genders the masculine feminine and Neutral Mas Culine men feminine women and Neutral old the girl with the empty pocket Book is the one that looks into jewelry win Dows most. Thebe is Only Ono thing that is More terrible than to say a mean thing and that is to do one. A woman can choose for herself no truer or purer Friend than the Lover of another woman. The Best pedestrian in the Kitten for it can make any number of laps a minute. Mother very sweetly to children who have just had a distribution of what do children say when they get a mob tarred and feathered a comic Singer out West for eloping with an other Man s wife. His manager Bills him now As the great feathered song Jack if i were to give twelve pears to ten to Edith and three to Yon what would it Jack aged would t be Mamma i took three quips of sugar from the cup said the Little girl con mutely. That Warf very naughty in leed but As you have confessed it i Hull forgive 3-011. To and sin 210 More l Heidi give me the other Only on he d lose old or. Meredith of Bill growled when the boy came Back from an errand and he d lost the package entrusted to him he d lose anything. Ono Day week i sent him to take a Pickle Uriel to a customer and before he got barrel to the House i Hope to die if be did t lose the Bung Hole Clear out of it and i had to fiend for a Cooper 10 pro i u new he was a Plain old Granger and when itis Kou informed him that he had determined to go to College and learn of ething the old gentleman looked straight at him and said now look a Here John Yon May learn nth Metic and a Little jog Raphy but if you grapple with any o them dead Lang edges i la kill you when Yon Home so h they la do you some Toicen Herald. Two were wrangling the other Day one contending that it was Only proper to say my wages while the other noisily insisted that the Correct thing wok my wages ire finally they stopped a Day Liboreo Aud submitted the question to aim. Which do you your wages s or your wages Are of off wid yer he said re miming his pick yer Nayber of be right me wages is Low. Bad Luck to results of stopping his paper. A sunday school paper tells the Fol lowing a certain Man got mad at the editor and stopped his paper. The next week he sold All his Corn at 4 cents below the Market Price then his property was sold for axes be cause be did t read Tho Sherifi s sales he lost betting on mole Mccarthy ten Days alter ten Troeck had won the race he was a Chi d and fined for going Hunting on sunday and he paid for a lot of forged notes that had been advertised two weeks and the pub Lic cautioned not to negotiate them. He then paid a big irishman with a foot like a Derrick to kick him All the Way to the Ocie. Where he paid four years subscription in Advance and made the editor sign an agreement to Knock him Down and Rob him if he Ever ordered his Puper slopped again. Chef Gazette. Effect of a lecture. Miss Corson s lecture on cooking had it singular effect upon the wife of a gentleman residing in Washington. The gentleman was awakened from a sound Bleep about 2 o clock in the morning by a flood of gaslight in the ing from the jets in the chandelier burning at full head. Standing Over him evidently in a somnambulist in state and in a pose closely resembling that of the late Charlotte Cushnan in the celebrated sleep walking scene of lady Macbeth stood his while in either hand and ominously flashing in the gaslight she grasped the Mammoth carving knife and Fork. Curious to know just what was going to be the denouement of this singular scene he kept quiet while the lady Soliloquy sized hold the Carver in an easy position in the right hand and Sho dipped the Point of the huge knife As gracefully As a fencing master in the Broadsword exercise. Continued the Culin Ary student Bend slightly the left wrist and insert the Fork i the breast of the Turkey Ono prong on either Side of the breast and suiting the action to Tho word she was about to plunge the Fork into her husband s Anat omy about where the ribs join the sternum when he caught and disarmed her. She Drew Back and glared at him for a moment and then pushing Back the sleeves of her Robe de Nuit pointed her linger toward him and exclaimed in a loud theatrical manner the Only Way to reach your husband s heart a through his stomach i Sinco that night this gentleman has slept in another apartment with the door bolted and a stack of trunks piled up against it. A Sample Case. In 1863, a malignant form of Erysipelas suddenly broke out in one of the largest surgical wards of th3 Asylum Hospital at Baton Bouge la., which contained at that time Over 600 patients. The physician in charge and the medical inspector in the United states army having made a thorough examination of the Hospital outbuildings and entire enclosure found everything scrupulously neat and clean and could discover no cause for the outbreak. But on going out site of the enclosure they found that in consequence of a defect in the Drain the water in which the soiled garments and bed clothes of the patients were cleaned had poured out and spread Over an. Acre of ground. Here was t be cause. The germs of the disease having multiplied a thou Sand fold in the accumulated filth were taken up and borne by the wind to the Hospital. And it was a corroborative fact that those occupying Beds nearest the overflow were the first infected and that from these thai disease spread from bed to bed. On removing the cause the arrested. When you speak evil of another Yon must be prepared to have others speak evil of you. There is an old Buddhist proverb which says he who indulges in enmity is like one who throws ashes to Windward which come i5ack to the same place and cover him All in spa Peri is paper

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