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Angelica Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1878, Angelica, New York
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Weaver auction Eft. Parties Del ing Marta to Ltd or a by other property scud at �00110� i would Btu on ased to i Ive a Call. T tras re Asoa Able. Address at above. Snort tract Augany co., n. Y. 4. Whitt Kest Bank Etc bad to go la it new Torr. A Choles bros., a att Aooie and cabbage makers and Ify general done to order. Shop in Medianik Street. Thoimas Thornton. Black Smi Hing and House shoeing a specially w �0 s in it i a i ridges Mode to a Roer. H of Oai Mechanic Street. W. 8. Todd or. M. D. M. A. To do. A d. Drs w. S. Todd amp son physicians and surgeons. Office and residence on Mam 8t�?z a Yeuca. New Yuric d , Street. D Aier in fall kind or drug Patent medicines. Barber shop. Sam. Bolton Barber and hair or tsar next w Royce a drug store shop b j. Pierce oot and of Hoe . Miaton Street. Shop n Arjay Opp Ltd it Reno of House d ceo. Hancock amp co., Calebs in pry gods Atlef re wis and snoes. Sucre in Arnold s Brick Hock. Osyf Al it to Park. W. M. Smith m. Psi claim and s like. A office and. Residence limit a a idd main Street third Bouw East jewelry and news room. Jyh. A Flea of watch and jewelry by Poirer a an Gene Idealer in newspaper and Tirl of ions. James Lockhart Injo a o on so jobs. Gre eerie a. Etc country produce Taten in to ebb age or g it of cd Arnold s grocery House feb Lack Block first door East of Bini is always 13 supplied with a Choice Suick 01 Gro idea also flour and meat. C. W. Thomas f tab Uggise Aid , Aud dealer in All Elf of Prii itel b auks Aud stationery. Viriga store a a Ide main Street. Ii livery stable. Pm. Fish. Prop Wietor. Good bore i and car a Ridge Send Cut Irful Drivers when no Upreti. Double o by Tigre rigs and Hosl it i Uipa a tab. P a. T. Wilson Caleb in Bendy Suade clothing for men Bois and Yoni s. Also a Large Stock of Tom and Sisoes. Stor fir to exit of Baziuk. American hotel anger it n. A. A 7. Butlett propel tor. Ii Aphonse is to ii shed throughout g. Etc r in olt a till prices. Hibbard amp Pierce attorneys Ai d at jaw Arnold s l Buick Angelica n. Y. I quot a. .1. H�1rakd. N. E. Piece. John s. Cil Llesi i thou new a and coup Zeilor at Tjw Angelica n. V. A to attorney for the Liu siness men s Union. Set civil att Nylon to Fortika Coilty. Too and to a i claims. Tu24tf. In. E. Dudl6y, constantly on under taker keep c caskets of All kinds and style Fine Hearse Laiforn shed when Inqui ired. Voican sir tet. Hand a shop on Canaseraga House. Or to amp it n Propri tors. This hotel is Centra 1 y i cued and has been rested through of with l a a furniture carpets bet idling Etc. Free bu8 to and from the we. C. Windsor attorney and counsellor at us . Office in the read of a Tutu a h Lupsor s a surf store. A11 business promptly attended to. Given to co it Juc it Fons. Id. H. Holiday attorn y Ned Cut in hello at Law and notary Public office first West it the old of to oust. R�8tdeiice 00 Church Street oppo amp Ite Chute. Ctn ase m. H. Yale dealer in Dot v. Goods. Yanked notions it and Tia let c oiling boots and shoes a go Ltd tif Kum iture chairs b a st a slan08 Etc. Store either of Olean a a main streets opposite american hotel. Richardson Plena in amp Mith a a tt0rn�y8 and counsellors at Law p Arctic to and Masai g bal Esi d p. B1ch\bds0n, Iok Iti ail the Cour Tomii ers a 6p�,. A _ i c. N. Flenall i . Smith _ i Angell n. Y. I a a Charles hotel j Angelica n a this favorite resort for to Velje a ranking in solid Coc Ufort Ai a quot in lao quot hotel in Wester. New York wit ii i s Rell spread tab and sea to furnish quot a apartments Aiila Tai est he Lead. All t e cout forts a in c a Ven Cices tree of a eds and boned a�dch8rl�e a a Aye reasonable. Popular Bead quart a for the county seat. Don t e it j Joseph Gillies. Proprietor. A Hon Bow legs Are caused. Bow legs and Knock Knees arte among the Conin one to deformities of humanity and Wiliie Mother assert that the croolcednes8 in Ither Case Aries from the afflicted one having been put on his or her feet too Early in Babyhood. But a Manchester eng physician or. Creon Toti who has watched Foi the True cause Thiol differently. He attributes the first intentioned distortion a habit k me voting Stera Delight in of rubbing the sole of one foot against the of the other some will go to sleep Tith the soles pressed to Gettier. They appear to enjoy the Contact Only when Tolje feet Are naked they Don t attempt to make it when they Are socked or skippered. So the Remy is obvious keep a baby s soles covered. Knock Knees a doctor ascribes j to a different. Childish habit that of jul Ping on the Side with one knee tucked into the hollow behind the other. The has found that where one leg has a been bowed inward More than the other the patient has always slept on one Side and the append Oft member japs been the most deformed. It Here the preventive b to pad the indie of the nees so As to keep them a att and let the limits grow freely their Iown Way. All of hich is commended to mothers who de fire the physical upright new of their progeny. The governor of Louisiana wanta to hate tho gambling hoodies linked but insists with the prescience of k Mari who Hai Felt the Tiger s claws himself that such police regulation shall in enforced As will require All cheating be honest and Al it ave Board and if a a Aan hold four one Pota he wants Ichini to get the f Ull Ite edit of All they a Titch for volume i. Angelica n.y., thursday. March 14. 1878. A Bei Binbir. Quot do be know me. Donald quot a pushing Back her Gray Hait quot can be not speak to me. Donald me who was once so Lair Many years have gone Over us quot fort Nate years for thee when i see thee they seem not so Man a Only when thou secs me. Quot for i Wear the Snow of Winters no Sun and no summer Cha Charro yet i seem to hear the Spring com log. And the Bluebird beginning to Range a As when m the old Days together we wandered and talked by the Btry pm 01 the life in the for new country and our love. Was it All a dreamt quot for Bat could i be to thee Donald a Man grown to Honor and land 1 with a Choice of the whole world to it eco re thee while i could give thee tit my hand quot twas Long that i staid by the Brook de in the Dews and the dark of the eve through the Winter and summer thereafter Ere i could forget to Grieve. Quot for thou wast my first love Donald thou the first love of my heart. Why should i not Tell thee Donald. 1 w hat sadness it was then to part quot i can not recall thee woman and yet Wien i hear thy voice i hear the Low rippling River i see their ii of my Choice. Quot can be not Tell me of Janet something of her i once loved she gave me a Wing for my Bonnet i gave her a ring i quot think be on her sometimes Donald can be remember the ring ? it is worn now very thin Donald yet perhaps yell remember the thing. A a it is Here on my hand still Donal i i can not remove it Anin i have kept it through labor and a of it a it is grown now a part of my pain la quot a of Farmer to Ijuan Fasini the jealous wife. Hrs. Noble sat in what she it alled her a a a morning room sewing and her three companions were her three children Harry Lilly and Freddy not that she wanted any other companion a for she had an idea that these thee were the principal inhabitants of the Globe. She used to be a Good Deal in love with her husband some years before a a though not even her enemies could accuse Hier of being anything less than an affectionate and devoted wife it is to be feared that her ideas of the Bead of the family had resolved themselves into the one All important fact that he was it Sim ply the quot Chi Wren s now George Noble himself was a simple hearted Loving easy going husband and if the thought sometime Oil rusted itself with provoking Persili tence into his mind that to played second fiddle 1 to a mortifying extent in his Lown House Ever since the arrival of thes babies he was much too Good a father to give Tihe idea room in his heart. He wished that Flora could give him a Little More personal attention at times he would like to take her to the theater or the concert sometimes to both of which he liked to go himself now and then or failing that specie a of entertainment he would even a have been grateful if she could have found time to read to him an hour or two in the evening As she used to do or listen while he read. But Flora waa too Busy ? or preoccupied or Lilly s dress had to be a wished. Harry wanted embroidered collars or Freddy had a new tooth coming and was Cross poor Darling i George who was in a profitable business and had plenty of Money suggested nurses and seamstresses but Flora tossed her head and informed him., with some indignation that Only a Mother could properly tend and sew for her own children. George accepted the rebuke meekly and acknowledged that it would be unreasonable to find fault with a Mother for too Preat Devotion to heir duties. In this Way George got into the habit of taking Hia amusements alone and although invitations still came addressed As a matter of form to or. And mrs. Noble it was quite understood that Flora s Home duties prevented her from going into society and George soon ceased id0 press the matter. When invitations came that he wished to accept he dressed and went out imd Flora Seldom cared enough to ask How he had spent his evening. Matters were like this and had been for several years when Flora was i first introduced to your notice. As Slie sat at work in Tjie Moriau a to oink though Why it was called quot mom ing Artiom quot would have been hard to explain for its owner might have been found in it morning noon and evening and sometimes even at m dnight4-Bhe and her children made a Nice Domestic picture. Ellen came to the door and announced quot mrs. Williamson who begged mrs. Noble would t stand on ceremony with her quot mrs Noble wished in m undertone quot that people would stay it Home and leave her in peace to attend to her then turning to Ellen she told her to show the lady into the Mori Aing Rolby. Mrs. Williamson came in i rustling in a charming toilet. F she was Young and pretty to and for some reason Oral a a Oblie Fet pro yoked when she saw her. It would have been Difini ult Ito say Why for she was much Prett a a Jersett had she cared to take any Itro ulme to evince the fact and it could scarcely have been because of her pretty a dress for mrs. Noble Profest Jed to de Pisek dress. Mrs. Williamson talked of evenly subject under the Sun except babies. Of them she did Bot Spe because she had none and a Absolu tely a ignorant of the subject. If she had bad a single word Ito say about in she Wou Jid certainly have said it. F just As she Rof get to go she said with unexpected suddenness quot you know we have a eat Btu Lethis season even you Tust save heard of her although you no verg out a cause mrs Noble is her mo4t Dev bed i mrs. Noble s heart gave a bound As some right j curb. In Uuk a Ucma Myc u u though an electric inac Bane we flame Ltd a in her Cheeks i i Here near and j had Char Lito it. Ithe color and she answered i j. Quot no she had Nof he a of the Young lady who was chef quot 1 quot not a Young lady Al ally a widow mrs. St. Albans. Now funny to iat or. Noble had never it Otic new her he was such an admirer ally of it Ere her husband quot Etc., Etc mrs. Noble sea by heard her and answered her Adieu in Ai very distracted manner. A j quot her heart was on fire. 5 George the ardent admirer f of another woman Geprge her go by de toting himself toi a rial while she spent her life taking cafe of Hiya House and rearing his Hudren of Nev Ginji to for years picking a Domestic Drudge of herself. She did t reflect How much she was a a to blame that it was so and How George had striven years ago to prevent her from absorbing herself in household affairs that he would gladly have hired servants to attend to. No her first and Only thought was to see this Syren who was stealing her husband from her and to win him Back to his lawful allegiance. Harry observing his Mother s a Sti action got up a Lively quarrel with tumbled her hair while and Lill Freddy got at the water in the Marble Basin dabbled his hands in it and netted his Best new embroidered dress. Mamma neither saw nor heeded. She was going Over in her mind the list of her party dresses which were All old fashioned and deciding that she must have some new ones. Freddy tumbled off a chair and was left for Ellen who chanced to come in just then to pick up and console. The children began to think the world was coming to an end and when Ellen and Cook retired to rest that night the former confided to the digit arc of the Kitchen that quot she was sure something awful had happened to missus quot because when she Tola her that miss Lilly had Cone to bed with a headache and master Freddy was hoarse from dabbling in the water she had just cd aids quot of nonsense there s nothing the matter with on the next Day. However mrs. Noble was so far returned to herself As to show the visual care of and for her offspring. At the same time she contrived to keep a pretty Sharp Lookout on her Hus and. She questioned him with considerable skill arout mrs. St. Albans and Man aged to make him talk of he. She thought he seemed confused and he certainly showed More enthusiasm in regard to the lady s appearance then was at All necessary. It was enough. Flora was furiously jealous. In the course of the week two cards of invitation came to the Nobles. Quot Are you going out to Morrow night George quot Flora asked with Mote carelessness than she Felt. Quot of yes i think i la drop into sprig Gin s for an hour or two quot was the unsuspecting answer. Mrs. Noble Only observed that he did not ask her to go with him. With a bitter smile she thought quot of of course she is to be she said nothing but she resolved to attend the spriggins s party. Mrs. Sprig Ein was an old Friend Aud it would not look so strange to go there alone for she had no intention of going with George. She was not Long behind him however. She just waited to see the children tucked into bed and fast asleep and for the first time in five years she attired herself in evening dress and smiled to Sef that the Glass did not reflect the diff ufos of a dowdy. George fiddle was indeed somewhat interested in mrs. St. Albans but the interest was of a very superficial character although ill natured people had made remarks about it. She was Lively and Bright and seemed to like him. She listened wit i wrap attention when he spoke. She bestowed on him Long and tender glances from her great dark eyes. She spoke to him in Low Sweet confidential tones. George had for so Long Felt himself a nonentity in his own House that his masculine vanity was touched to find that other women found him interesting even though his wife seemed no longer to think 80. He was grateful to mrs. St. Albans for making him feel himself of some consequence and he showed his gratitude by admiration. Flora watched this Little play Aud her heart ached sorely she had she feared lost her husband by allowing him to go constantly into society alone. At last she blamed herself and her self reproaches were truly most bitter. George had just resigned mrs. St. Albans to a partner who claimed her and stood watching her slender Sylph like form whirling through the dance. Flora was watching her too not without a sort of reluctant admiration a although she said to herself quot she in t pretty a bit. She has Only eyes and a Graceful figure without an ounce of flesh on it quot tears sprang to her eyes but she held them Back bravely. Quot who is that very handsome woman quot was presently asked in George s nearing quot that one who never takes her eyes Oft mrs. St. Albans she cant be jealous. She s a Hundred times at last a lady replied quot of that is mrs. Noble George Noble s quot Noble s wife is it possible Why she s a perfect Beauty. What can he see in that Little Black eyed widow when he has such a wife of nis own quot George s ears tingled. His face flushed. He moved away and looked around for his wife. It was some time before he recognized her and then could that be Flora that regal looking woman in Black velvet with Heck and arms of Snow and existence and committed a dreadful breach of by taking i Lora to is. Noble found that she could still enjoy a party and even a round dance without necessarily neglect Rig her children or Loving them less and she speedily decided to accompany George in future when he went into society for amusement As quot Well As to of ter him so much Homie entertainment that he would willingly stay there. When they bade their hostess goodnight Flora and Georee went Home in the same Carriage and if he did Pinch her round arms and kiss her s showy shoulder surely it was nobody s business. He Felt once More that she belonged to him and from that hour there was not two More Happy people in the world in two who live More for each other and studied each other s happiness than George and Flora Noble. Beaten at his own Jame. I breakfast in the course of a walk Down Central Avenue with his wife the other Day Schr biker said quot Susan Why in the name of comm a sense is it that women can t talk about anything else but dress to one another every blessed daughter of eve that we be met yet has had her Tongue on a full Gallop telling what she was going to get for her new one and How she was going to have her old one fixed Over and what sort of trimmings mrs. So and so had and what a fright miss what do you Call her was in her hanged if a know and How charming the Bride looked in some sort of a things mob that Cost four dollars a Yard. And it s always so every where and every place. Whenever you find women together Yon can bet they re their own and other people s clothe a at Church weddings. Funerals lectures Heaters on the Street in the sick room everywhere. Now Why is it Ain t there brains enough in a woman s head to jabber a Little on some other subject once in awhile quot the men Are just As As bad quot said mrs. Schr biker. Quot no they aint quot they Are quot not a bit of it. Nobody Ever overheard two or three men debating about having their pantaloons dyed or turned or falling into a Wrangle about How umber 47. Many pockets there ought to be in a Vest or getting at the outs quot with one another because they might differ As to what col ored buttons would look Best on Blue jeans Breet Hes. When men talk they talk sense quot said Schr biker throwing Back his head and rubbing his Chin with aggravating complacency. Quot Well they talk mighty Little sense at Home to to Weir wives anyhow quot returned his companion. Quot we have to accommodate ourselves to the company we re in. But let s wait till we get Home before we go to quarrelling about this thine. To prove to you that to right though we u walk slow As we go a those three men Over there and hear what they Are talking about. They Are All intelligent looking men you la notice a Litt e above the average and i la get up and build the fire every morning next week if we Don t hear them discussing the Silver question the new Pope capital and labor or a something of that kind that takes brains to handle something profitable far above the comprehension of the average woman. It s something deep you can see by their Earnell Tessand quot All right quot said mrs. 8., quot Well As they came upon the Trio a tall stately gentleman was just remarking quot i led the King of Trumps Tom played the Queen shorty flopped on his Jack when confound it All Doc. Slammed Down the Ace and a copped and then they All roared Long ind loud and the two listeners punched the stately Man in the ribs and made grimaces and almost doubled them Selv i amp up with excessive laughter. Quot i guess Vou la build the fires next week quot said sirs. S. Demurely. Schr biker condemned his Luck and said it could t happen that Way again in ten years. Wa1fi� and whims. Men of decision judges. J a Geo a hog a a a usage. The Miner s dream of life is Ore. J Good things general a come slow i a Obe grocer one who trusts Ouk surplus population a the lei Raj a. The Clink of Silver Money is for Casl ears. Pro guess of childhood from Pap Tea papa. I an Art easel a Jln Arueda portrait Pai Tingi is what place is two Heads better tha 1 one la a barrel. A eloquent speaker is like a Riff ri4-greatest at the Mouth. The Man who thanks most enjoys the most on the average. A abets should find time to attend 1 o of the children punch notes that tie Bald headed my n comb their Heads wit i towels. R Montana with Fiffy thousand people reported not a single failure during 17 a a. The oldest Princess of Europe is Caroline of l end Aiice age eighty four. A it is Only those Fajo have done not i in who fancy that they can do even y thing. I baby shows have proved disaster of is Ever since the one King Herod Inaus a i Adun clergy skated to Church i and has been convicts de of by Eakins to e Sabby the strictly religious people should i e Carniol. To select Ohli upright pianos flt r their houses. This sort of Winter is rough on manufactures of sleighs dealers in fun an old inhabitants. Cotrit of loaf who is to be tie russian minister to London is minus o4e Arm done Eye. A it recent cold Daf is described As be ing. Quot As cold As the glance of a Rich i n at a poor that which we Call life a a Loum to do ath and that hich we Call Dea is a pass it to life., Treiman who swore off is beginning observe with great feeling quot we veg but one life any quot there Are men quot said or. Talmage 8p1rit of the press. The extracts Bull she under this head do oot in every Case express stir Sirh tie a on quo Suona of the Day bit sire Gwen of Tuff event i thereat to entertain a of Nulty of readers. They Are the in Ingwl Ezon ssi is of some of our Moat intelligent peace in Cuba. Icon Cannati i the reported Dawn of peace in Cuba after nearly ten years of civil War May quot who ing like an is on sunday Aid lie like sin on Ai thieving boy who the other a was apprehended Fok stealing a Pigeon n Saidi he Wmk it for a Lark. There is one trouble greater thin carving a Turkey. It consists in having the Turkey to carve. I Visconi tent. Lifs Biu Tlly in a Bodar s Power 1 at ume Siraz being sour to a 7 Osee How Best o things a shared Childs Are a Helm while roofs on countless thousands Zant a tale of Telce. It was Midnight the great clock had struck and was stir echoing through every porch and gallery in the Quarter of st. Mark when a Young citizen wrapped in his cloak was fastening Home Ronij an interview with his mistress. His Tep was Light for his heart was so. Her parents had just consented to their marriage and the very Day was named. Quot Lovely Guilietta he cried quot and shall 1 then Call thee mine at last who was Ever so by st As thy Marcolini quot but As he spoke he stopped for something was glittering on the pavement before him. It was a scabbard of i workmanship and the discovery whap was it but an Earnest of Good Fortune ? quot rest tuba there quot he cried thrusting it gaily into his Belt quot if another Cluj Sims thee not thou Hast so and on he went As g the Burden of a song lis Guilietta had been. But How Little we next minute will bring party theater o Era any i Dusky hair piled up like a Crown on the to of her nne head. Her face was As fresh As a Rose her Cheek As round As a peach. She a ked like a girl alongside of women nearly her own age but who were worn Pillow and hollow eyed with fashionable revelry. Greory made his Way to her Side As quickly As he could move. Quot you Here Darling quot he a Aid. Quot i am amazed i thought you hated such quot Well in a general Way i do but i think it is right to go out occasionally just to see How the world turns quot Well you see it is turning round Here quite Lively. Will you favor Nie with a Waltz i shall esteem it an quot but a wife must t dance i her own . Quot Shie certainly must t Waltz with anyone else when she s my wife. And then you know no one will recognize As he clasped her Waist and sup sorted her to the Lovely music of Trauss s Waltzes Geo Ige whispered quot i am so glad you came Darling. You a a re Barf Odds the Hiluid Soest woman in a a i a really think so quot said Flora delighted. Quot i know so ill Challenge any Man a a George was so devoted that half a dozen persons accused him of casing on a i desperate flirtation Wiki his own wife i Hei Poji Stively forgot my. St. Albanis changed a before Hummi which he and singing tooth know what the Forth 1 he turned Miniano and watch fitted. Y the Church of st. Gen three Steps he met the a a Dreir had just been com the senator Renaldi had been found dead at Bis door the Dagger left in his heart and the unfortunate Marcolini was dragged away for Exa Niina tion. The place the time i it very thing served to excited to justify suspicion and no sooner had he entered the guardhouse than an evidence appeared against him. The Bravo in his flight had thrown away. His scabbard and smeared with blood not yet dry to it was now in the Belt of Marcolini. Its patrician ornament struck every Eye and when the fatal Dagger was produced and compared with it not a doubt of his guilt remained. Still there is in the innocent an Energy and a com. Obure an Energy when they speak and a composure when they Are silent to which none can be altogether insensible and the judge delayed for some time to pronounce the sentence though he was a near relation of the dead. At length however it came and Marcolini lost his life Guilietta her if Eason. Not Many years afterwards the truth revealed itself the real criminal in his last moments confessing his crime and hence the custom in Yenice a custom that Long prevailed for a crier to cry out in court before a sentence was passed quot Beni member. The poor a quot Arco my / a i. J the Mother in Law gets fair play in Japan. The d Urt Over there Grants a diver a i ticker n. Scat when the proof Clear that Abr will Haa ceased to be Law in her daughter s bin. At Whyles in want. Aill Fosth and Ken a How to Wear t. Sino sing prison cleared six Thoju-san4 dollars last month. It is a satisfaction to know business is Good son a where. A li0kid02rjp�>er estimates that i iring the latter two Hufi dred Days of i81 7, human blood flowed at the rate of forty Gabon in hour. Job Man watched a thous id Yei a before the Date of Paradise. That a while he snatched a Little Nap it opened and shut. It was the belief of the distinguished French statesman. I. Guizot that gun Stah sinople would become the capital of thei greek Empire. If a three per8< is were condemned to death in France during the past year but Only in fifteen cases was the capt Al Sei tence carried out England s Cleopatra s Needle will most Likely be erected on the top of the Adelphi Steps Between Charing or >s8 and Waterloo Bridges. A Little More Thian ten years ago the japanese army were still using bows and Arif Wib and wearing Armor now the soldiers use rifles. Speaking of cleanliness or. Talmi go says that he Lias baptized people mho were Iso dirty that he was tempted to Leav ii them at the Bottom of the tank i a lying supplies those who Are Addic de to it Ith a plausible apolo Scy for eve sry Crim and with a supposed shelter from every punishment i it tempts them to Ril amp a into danger from the Mere expert to tips of impunity ibid when Pratti red with frequent Success it teaches them confound the a gradations of git lit m the effects iof which there is in air imaginations at least be sure and Conion Protection. It a or Lepta the Early simplicity of youth it by to the fairest blossoms of Genius and will most assuredly counteract it Ery a a t _ _. Prove if foist by be 1 tale which a May Hope to in t Loe whom it info cts. An anecdote of Macready. Or. Sala has in attacking dead act Ursi in tou Fuu. He charges via Cresdy with having habitually used oui 4n4 blasphemous a language behind the scenes. An apologist has come to the from who hints Inhat or. Sat May 1 ave been led astray % the fact that in the last act of quot Mac the quot Macready in it Ari Abby lashed himself into a port of fever Al ich he aggravated by using All f Orts. Oft Strong exp sessions. When or. Phelps played Macduff to him for the sit time he As not a Little am it Zed Jedi bring the fight at close of the last act to hear Macrea in Call him a Bea it a Undrel a Hll born villain a Lell born cur and a Devil. Full of re Lent int Phelps Hillred Back the epic bet with Energy a a heaped foul Nimes upon Macready at the close Macready 8$id quot thank Ivou or. Phelps to Plank a i be never Beenson Well support another Plant where it was Neceia sary to enter in a pm Hting fury full of age exhibiting washing exhaustion of mad passion Macready used to have a lived f super quot whom he would grapple and see and Curas off the stage so the it he would enter naturally. One night the regular quot supt to quot sent a substitute who did not in outstand the business. He resented Mac Eady s rough treat sent hich delighted the tragedian who went at his Man wet ii increased Vir. The substitute re Nutly quot let him Tia it quot and the paid fought Sav Ely a Good round. Macready that night burst upon his audience in a splendid rage out Mac readying Macready. When the s sub Spitale Lea mid the True state of Sairs i How ver Hel bolted but he was in i earthed for Marea came off aft it the. Scene Gaspi Ilot hum a where is he hum via Blaw me a splendid fellow Pajuf Nihim double and let me have him Evely night quot for the s Ake of the great actor s memory it is to be hoped that or. Sale had or. May ready by one be professional a paroxysms and not by his of Inary conduct Asa gentleman and an Autiat. Weary of strife and the government is willing to of a the most generous conditions to the insurgents. An amnesty is extended to All political offences committed since the outbreak of october 1868 the slaves and coolies in the fat Patriot ranks Are declared free Capitu actions Are to be made in uninhabited places and no person surrendering is to be liable Ito military service under the government until peace has been definitely concluded. Ail persons desiring to leave the Island Are to be allowed to do so and will be provided with Means by the government. The cuban refugees quot in new York Are not pleased with the Abote statements Ana deny that the representatives of their cause on the Island have made any overtures they hate less to gain and More to apprehend from the termination of the struggle than their Brethren who have borne the Burden and heat of the Day and cuban Bond speculations May have something to do with their aversion to a set element. If however there is a disposition toward conciliation on both sides there can be no reason for Protr acting a ruinous struggle. Laboe enough Fob All. Herald 1 there is labor enough to employ five times All the population of this country if they had a mind to work. The Troub is that they will Only do certain kinds of work and that must be in certain places. Fifty thousand men Are to Day a yes three times fifty needed on the farms of the old states and a million in agriculture in the new states and territories but the men of the town will not work at farming. They had rather starve in the City. The South needs a million of men from the North on the plantations in the work shops and in other industries but Northern men won t a South. Why should a ship Carpenter wait till the shipping interest revives Why not grow potatoes and Corn in the meantime i Why should Shoemaker wait till that Trade Calls him ? if he has nothing to do Why not go fishing if every Man should do at once what he can do and at such pay As he can get times would be better immediately. An Indian statesman wanted. Chicago Post i we have writers enough on political Economy to be fog the intellect of the nation for a Century to come Aud so we beg the philosophers of the Day to. Agitate their Braith of the a ques Iiorio of Indian Economy that is to say Economy in keeping or killing our Savages. Something must be done in that Way and at once. A report from the War department gives us the Cost of our i the Sioux to wit Money Cost $2,812, 631 expenses in life and limb sixteen officers and one Hundred and sixty seven me killed and two officers and one Hundred and Twenty three men wounded. By this expenditure the army May have succeeded in killing five Hundred Sioux or a possible expenditure of treasure to the amount of $4,600 for each Savage obliterated to say nothing of our own toss of life. The result was Only to drive the Sioux to exile. These figures Are singly for the skirmishes with sitting Bull we suppose. The Cost of the Nez Perces insurrection is a separate matter. It is Plain that we cannot afford to keep our indians by killing them. Such wars if occurring often would soon bankrupt the country. There Are needed therefore some practical ideas for the management of Savages in some other Way than by the Bullet and the Bayonet. Who will be the coming statesman who will Combine Wisdom with practical philanthropy vigorous English quot in . New York general Boynton the Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati a aleut has recently succeeded in causing a Revenue agent who assailed him in the newspaper to be indicted for libel. Commenting ion this proceeding the st. Louis Globe Democrat says quot this we regard As a very foolish proceeding on the part of Gen Ertil Boynton. A news Aper writer i should be Able to defend itself again is newspaper assault with of out going Init the courts he should Settle the matter in his own columns by the use of vigorous thedoc4 Trine thus advocated by the Globe demo crai Haft done More to degrade the Proi session of journalism in America thai All other causes put together. Not on has it degraded the profession but has infected the Community at Lar with a moral contagion that threatens demoralize society Ere Many general tons have passed to such an extent As to Inake us a nation of Black Ards it is the practice of such a doctrine that makes the Entrance into political life worthy Only of the ambition of menu Terly reckless of reputation and self respect. It is a doctrine that Teache i that it is More worthy and More Rauly to be a blackguard than to a a gentle Man doctrine that exacts As a Prim Quality in journalism that members of at profession shall hate and despise each other wit i an intensity known to no other calling even though doctor disagree and lawyers Are not alway i harmonious. I the be tot and the Bavil. Lohl Cago times the Cincinnati gentleman who a cause he reduced the remains of his wife to aies instead of disposing of them by burial suddenly acquired a Nationiel notoriety which he will As speedily Rosq. Notoriety has become an apostle of to the Cincinnati sch. Has been omy and Hyp Cre Matici look of design i gain a ii Tok announces a a pmed to a Man s suffrage. Lerwo of preaching the Beauty Iacoi Lyene if incineration. Job grows poetics in picturing the Roseale glow of the retort in which the Lidyia remains were quickly consumed air boasts to iat his entire expenses at Washington Pean Sylvania whither he Jonart need with the dead were but Allf teen dollars quot and this paid for Fusil service police Roan and be in weighs not without reason it must admitted a dust the Vani pomp costliness and hypocrisy of mat funerals bit it is to wite that his by Are not opt a to the fact that for form of vol a display no re funeral a ice eds a that to which he nearly Connera. For the Stenti of simplicity which has marked it May not be wholly responsible either Ai a zealot or an egotist he has fed the flames of Public curiosity and seems toi have Init itch the concentration of the morbid gaze of a nation upon Corpse whose face he himself would not look upon lest the mar his memory of the i Viii countenance. Like most converts to a View Faith in his ent Mimm or. Pitmann exaggerates the by Emilies of the old. Jonh mation has its Dis vantages but they Are by no reaps so 8erous at he allege he cites by tii is from Europe to support his assertion that the dense burial o the dead is inimical to the health of the Liv ing Bull he fists that once in every general font the most i populous country ont heirloom buried four Hundred Milf of i corpses and seems to enjoy As ions off corpses and seems to end much i Freedom from epidemic disease merrily with the rest and Evial health re of the i Sci old. The allusion no China recalls a phrase in or Pitmann s lecture quot the wish or the idea of Mboli zing my love by anything sol offensive to sight and touch As Black Crape or any thing so ghastly a an Ordinary coffin or anything absurd As Black plumes never entered my i or. Pitmann is not up philosophical ache May desire to appear Crape Perte. Is not offensive to the filgut however disagree be it May be to the Tuch. I the chit Ilaman who has never associated Black with the Fri feral pall is Inot moved to melancholy at the sight of Jit but the very color and material which or. Pitman chose be cause ctr their Cheerfulne Sii to deck the Bier of Inifi dead Are those which Sadden the senti dental i celestial who looks upon them As quot the trappings Aud the Suita Olf a no one we venture to a by Colln Iwai be lacking the lines of Beauty is not a of itself ghastly and the Philo Sophic mind which could contemplate with perfect satisfaction the Jaick roast it ingot ii human body ought to he a ble to look cd Lmar upon a Spade Exen though h the a Clent and cd a moly upon it wer worn Bright useful Art of grave Digang. Given cent ily of cremation land we would find the pit Manisof hence picturing the horrors of the retort and painting the beauties of the turf crowned Ai Mileaf Auto Lope. J National age adult male Antelope Meas five feet from the extremity to that of the Tail and about in height at the hit which ably usher than the Shoul eyes Are Large and intensely of a a gentle and Noelle urn the ears Are of medium and pointed which gives it an a Iff of a great their horns Are Styri kingly characteristic hollow and yet deciduous a being shed late in the autumn or Early in the Winter. They Are generally Gre Irons especially Dir ing tale my Ana Winter months when Buckis Dejes and kids Are found together in Laige herds. But Early i the Spring the does Are Apt to drop out of the com Panyi in order to care for their Young which they uniformly have the Fiat urea about of thei m three of Are Consi Ders. I i Blacky be exp Repstok size i erect using the late Sprine and sum Mer i months the does with their Young try for alone twi if. I Jung to Mer a months the does gather in Large Herd Ai Mut Ifal a protect Lon. At the same time the old Bucks straggle off by ones or twos and the Yonn a animals gather in Small bands. During their period of Sepal Avion the old incl i wander of r vast i extents of country and also fre que nit the Woodlands where no other antelopes go and where they Are known at mgt Olfer season of the year. But As the summer advances the Youn animals and the does with their kids come Toge ther and Fiji ally about the end of summer All Are United again in herds of Hundred. Quot they Are very local in their habits for a particular band of antelopes usually remain permanently within a Range of Only a few Miles in extent. Am the Antelo usually feed in the it ii Plains and can be seen at a great st nce a they afford Fine pastime 4o the spot men in pursuing them. They Are not Quick of sight but their scent is the Kee Wiiest land their hear incl 1� also very acute. They Are also very Lapid in their motions distancing both dogs and Hories iii a Rac. They can therefore be it in Mej at Only by the Moat Stealthy . Ton of Lvi Erato a Iki Diss by aka Matt la a Kim a left in 4 a to in Ulm la bar and chapped tui Uttof now for Hll tops Arbe a ii j deep Kwh let Bart swim in thi a a oily my Law am Tea st Fri say a Fosi tbs Wom a few thong beneath a Loae Foma to asleep Jelm aerate lab Firca both Pai a exert Bat i look Buffalo ext to this paper Etc. Hie rest o proves it. New Yolk Herald Georgii s College has two Hundred and in Ltd students. Its name b Orv. Where the students get a ix>in8villb Kier a it Fri the Are american newspapers Thelmi afr steal the paragraph that so Naes of stealing. It is enough to bake i i tertiary Blush. Jhm Kimi really represented As a bedraggled Femi clinging to a sea win simple trusting Ovid a us to an editor pay ipg paper of n delinquent ski in Etc Swisshelm has by w Sorosiak for having rashly w a Man. But so . Ment of a Light Fine when that she uttered the wish i while tiling to climb up on a highs i a if a nilio�3j lunch your in re vat Lioata Patir Tea air Imide Dii you Pmj Ute a Thoat sons do a i 11t� Irit Lotti Baum. A i i. You st without Lone 9>a majr us and Najr a la us Balm of Jim Lum Laad a Al Emiti Bat Whai Ian Cooke yet Canh five Yon Tonio to to st an i d a tbs re int a Agar As i4iaa a a h five Yon ion i if Rumbf Baragry m than feast the a to to big a. A a i or. Banoob whig a dentist amp this i tried fills Firat operation with Gaa % robust coloured Rouah the other after Rifae had used n office a he wheeled shouted quot hurry Spand a Fig other Keg of that sweetened Rind i quot Gowanda a their editor it to roil ter item Baa one Poja ket Gold and another for his Silver was the policy we adopted when Weli fenced the printing in san pockets Are Ljusi a Gnad to<9�y i Ever were but we Haire Cwm of idiom dozen and a half pairs of woo Estok Kinig Al Jim spends hours and hour i talk if i jilt Bride by Telephone a year fron Jethia Date be will Pebly Valre i Light line Tod Man to run his end of thus maim while he Loans at the a Lub. Have her chambermaid keep the thing will she Dat Ideva novels. �1 miss it Fra Kyi Bubu Kuton Hawh m i human agony a bashful r6u who climbs put of thei upper Bei car at Hal he Midnight to get a Demk when be Steps Dow i lit the rifled to see that it is about a and everybody in the looking at him pleasantly. New York Sipkins refused to get hit wife i hat imd soon after Ute Datti came in buy you wait one an i did quot replied the. Wife her tears Bunting Foi Whitis Baul time th<ir6w Jiamin a t cop Iti Jall Janlyn thi Roaches torn the Leeward Side n hit they Are to Low to rive in and be Jaked but one with a broken la a or with a shot through the body will a bound away Slif unhurt. Where the ground Roken or i Devi in with Sage is of cacti the work of stalking them is less diff cult if Ein b taken a a to have the wind blowing in the right diction. I when pursued on the Plain the incline to run in Circle and knowing this the Huntera by Presa upon Tenji from the Fei Cej Grade a drive them together into the Center where they Are pass within the Range of the us. The flesh though som As delicate is not usually Allied for eating nor is it in from an Mtpleasant taste and Meh seems to increase with age. Hunter times per Mitch \ tartly Fiodor i of Muice Floii far Alaska. Portland tragic rpt a Iyo ung nil a who was in Alaska Mefy or years of fell in love with the by Young lady on the Island a girl of fifteen who Wak Ponesse. Of extra Oral in Ryb Uty and whose hair fell below her in. But he was unable to com the Mold Story quot Taber for not understand a word of in or did he speak Buss an. In his a tiie arrival of the priest on Bis t was a godsend him he Iest Knowin tune Ihu for the Voung adj life of such isolation known his love the Youn it Man to h character and a t it wait a Lucky by to escape and he will Recei Ursua Edthe girl s Mother her was d my to consent to the Natch but the Young lady herself was lot toi be persuaded she signed that Behi Nevev spol Cea to the Young Man who expressed such a desire to m her husband and Only seen him twice and he had been on the Island Only forty Days but her Obj cons were overruled and the Marrise took place. After living in Alaska several months they Uniman Brov by Hia Bride to is Home in Seveland. Ohio. She was ton shed at the fashions she saw and de clare4 that nothing Widd induce her to Ler hair otherwise than flowing bad always worn it. But Beloit or four hours bad Passi her a hadr8ttad�4 her to Wear Assai then or in Bead and now she Drisca As indie a the fashions As any lady in Cleveland. Last year her he band went to Walaskii agal4 and brooch thine Tihe join Aisler who toll As Mother Here it of hot her Dot pm stifle Liftin to ber Home in one of the isl Alipia a i Eleveny a of. A go a cd in mas he ave Fol a us eyed american Ever a he reads Bis a Floi the Tribune sighs to a thai Wise tribe to Attiat win i ring s daddy just he oat Rcpt mss Ancus preve to from calling John Bull Ito Tysick la big Ait ted a to Bali Bla a i and four a Boneu Bla 1". J but Soiu Ragm the . To w to Gupta the ollmr>8 had Tai Clr 1 a Bat beat la be who it aeon but Dowa i at Al Timea maa atm to a blow lib Cwb Atria Toni Umich 1 Sund no and Jav retail of i thesis one of the Jat the Pope quot not Long i Lestum to Home in Fly Young English lady was with a Mald Nearther it Pope Carne out in his so ended and Wolfe the it Blessing tet Umed to by Ness would gladly gite kissed to hot it v mistress. Ind a with a toss of i think or than Bis he unseen Jund it Confusione but Yott will Al Lesui you net Erthel i Beram the night on to weigh of t the Maitski Heitter old the it Eli soft Lar upon bathed the and a Midi Woodof Golden Story of the negroes a a is Simeno reaching Waves of it All these Are gone. The her pathway As see Nell she no longer it Haiti re old Homestein Lan Diltz negroes live been he the Necesse tip sat a the old Plant Ltd a i has passed a Sra a yet it the in Nordnes negroes at tie o i and plaintive re for no after All. The hand and. 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