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Angelica Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 16, 1878, Angelica, New York Published Etc err thursday at divested to polio time. Literature local and is enteral a Zavbi and tie interests of Allegany county especially. We have a la and compit to us fluent of Plain �1th the Best of Presb a Naftalia Eter Vaj prepared to do a a Kinda is Ali Iron amp Btty Ftp j. T. Brown Rug get. A Ationo a. Watch repairer and jeweler. Law Fiedler in rho ice Fain ii Griarte. Store Nar y Opp Oft be Olean s reel and first door East of America. Hotel. _ Blacksmith my. To it g. Essl Sill. Harpet soil ilex a Hyb. A a _ Wagon ironing an i a anti Ehy a fit a specs Silty. Work a Motel a a Chafit is Ria Saable. Ten i Ert ent. Of Forcash. Call Ana be. Sid of of Mechanic of Frt be and Aspe Julty. All. J Zenas i. Swift at toil Nev at Law Liu a Tono. N. Y. a specially and All other Busine a promptly attended to. A Sifft auctioneer w urfi. Weaver. In a it in id Gyami a torpor any other property sold 8t auction i would 1 0 please Ltd. To receive a Call. Trot reasonable. d. Bulerin harness an a a saddles bridles to , a Tupi Kobes Scholes bras. Frr�f5t la a a it a Aye stage makers and in a b ack Smithing done to order. Shop j How As fsr re Fzli it Ieav is vol la ting a to a a a san 1marriages Lade to order. S., our Embi Bulc Btu out. W. Tod fsr. M. D. M. A. Todd. A d. Drs w�-3. To it do and so la Gens office and main st., anti whoa new York a a of try i roce Al Lidiia to. Laio a if to Diaferia All kind a a Ujj figs a cent yet a i a. Quot Barber shop. A Lejb Tiraki bail Siniff hair i it Resser shop to Loyce drug store d5� quot Al shoe Minnii Fartun r. Shop Puarly Opp site by tool House. Manufacturer. Main Street. Orty Pirsz to a re Rte sements inserted. 0u� country first part afterwards. Volume ii. Angelica n.y., thurs iii May 16, 1878. By Haskell the blossoms Greet Heras she passes by roses Bend to meet her Date nod and sight f she is above us Noj win not care v wih not stoop to love us she so Tali and As she comes the thrushes swinging on the tree. Break the Noonday with their minstrelsy a quot will she deign to hear us no she will not care. Will not draw a near us 8he., 89 to it Dand i wait so Greet he coming Down be Lane. Shall i dare <0 meet Ertah it would be vain i Birda hate a nip to sink her Flowers their perfumes linear what have Al to bring Here she i of tall and fair but she dra Yeth nearer a a quot la loses Crown Hor Hiroy 4.nd the thrash sings clearer a he<i8 adage red Row a and her kindly greeting bids me not despair. How my heart is beating she How tall and fair a Notum train Chi a. La e s wave. By mrs. W. U. be the Waves of our life tides sayings they Ripple upon the strands hey but ebb and flow and then Narsing Veave Nofz of prints on the a Arias. Away. D snoes ceo cd amp co., easel tit in%rym��jca�fclnth>�tibv<3rs and store in Arnold s Brick Kloct. Is t Widi physician and sure rein office and resident North tide main Street third House East of i Frk. Imrem a is Roo Jim. Quot iter egg is on watch awl jewelry a it paid a to a and go neral dealer in newspapers a id period Ichih. ,. A James Lockhart i eat for in4/y g ods Foo to and Stoes. Gro Ltd a quot to 8, i Cut try part Dice in in sex 8 of Oery House. Tote a Block first dam roast of Bank is always supplied with a Choice stuck of , it Kur and meal. C. W. Thomas Rug Glur and Buo Kecher Aud dealer in All Kinus of cute t b Anks stationery. Re to. A a livery sta�1 a pm. Festl proprietor. A Ood hordes and car a ridges and a it jul Drivers we iii required. Double 01 tiiigle�g8,knabthff5\i j %.i�, , Ealer in Reidy nude clothing for men ,.apd/ i Putns. 4lt>o a Large stoc of quot Ota and shoes Litora a first East of Baak. Quot american of hotel 4 Ngelica n. Y. M. Butler proprietor. Thi houses is newly finished to Troug Trout a it quot. It pricey. Hibbard amp fat in Rcd Atto Iines a coun Doilois at Law Arnold s Block Angelica n. Y. A. J. I in Bard. N. K. Wierck. John s. Gillies. A attorney and Counselor at Law Angelica la. N. V. Also attorney for hip Bubi Jess Meu s l Niobe special a the Nylon to of feign d old f a _ h7 e. Dudley quot undertaker pm in constantly on hand c Elliis and All kinds and style. A Fine Hearse is furnished Irue Jetti Treigi. Quot shop on Olliean Street. Ltd a Canaseraga House. Pratt a son. Proprietor. This Hatel is Cen tra by located Aud has been retitled thou he nut with tie quot for Niilre carpets a editing Etc. Free it is t.0 and from it cars. We. C. Windsor attorney and counsel Jar at Law Cansor at a. Office in the Recai of Battin a Windsor s Lur i store. All business iii a ineptly Adieu a red to. A trial Atit Tiou Given to Coile cimons. D. H. Holiday \ attorney Ned c Man Mettr Al it a and notary. L a Tubic. Of fico first dior West of the old Waivol House. I Stiie Neft on cd Gnu Street opposite i iii Chuick cause . H. Yafe it Keai Ier in Ity Cootu. Yankee notions. 1 j read a a the c thing boots and a amp is a Ood a a tock of furniture chairs and set a is Samts c. Store Cor incr of Ulean to greets Oigt Ojito american hotel. Ichardson fl�,nii\c1 Smirh a tit revs and counsellors at Law p Actie. A ving in All the court and in tii g of Al estate i at tiers a Swyt Bialiy. Ii. V. Inch rims a n quot ii. N. Feb Nain of s. Smirh add flick n. Y. Charles hotel a a Klipa n. Y. This a Vogue resort for i v to. Vele s. Ranking in Solil Comfort any quot in Liisu quot hotel in Wesie Rii new York with is Well Pread table Aud inca in spin Ruments Ollil takes the Leid. All Tuo comforts and c in Titen Ccu the a st 0/ i cd and i a ice Chart a a Iwaya . Put Jagt ular or the Monty seat j out forts i it. Gillies Tell us of storms in mid Ocean the weather on Shore looked fair. But we a quot new by a piece iii a Brolien Mast quot that danger and death a re Tell us of Barques that we spoke in Tizio Stream a a a trea Siire trove that were lost to Oifer sig he like a mid Stamer s dreamer it passage Bird a Call to its love they Tell us of castles in Bright fairy land that we built in our utile w j knew of times hardening hand. The world and its treacherous Tell la of irl a ships. The True and the tried i in the storm of adversity s Power a and of those what a pa.s9e< i by ill the other Side a a the Dew drops on for june s Flower a they Telf Tuioi Sun beams that Light up their Crost Sof a Hoiu Elna fair want re v i where we lil meet with our loved ones among the Blest Aitor in an Deruig Here so Wear Lomelle. I Farmer Waters a apples i it Ngsaye Apo Little stir in Graj Iston i Lien it was rumpled about that Farrier Wau is had been heard Loi Niay in the presence of some Twenty. Quot or More per sons that whoever he had the Good Luck to i and meddling wifi his Early fax Ait be it Ould tip eat in a Inan per not Oer a id above Palati fable. No utile stir l aay it orca honed because the god pc Ipie be thriving populous. Village All ted to learn As a 1 such Good people 4 wan do to the trespasser upon the grounds of til be. Big acid you i Reily e richest Farmer in the Village my gift i at in vain eath Man looked into Liia Neil Filer s face for som6 Tracte of guilt eyed askance every rollicking that walked along the Street tiling could be Learned of the in Niar auders till at last the villagers hinted that the wealthy Bachelor was in Oral frightened than Hurt and that he raised the outcry to frighten thieves from his premises that no one Only a a few Ull dare to venture through the plantations or get within the Shadow of the old solemn ghostly looking Grange f i a the Sake of a few Early a but there was a Little Tays Tery Abonit the affair that the people of Cranston co ulo so be Piipo tri by not see through not that it was y deep and profound that it was against till solution on the con it was the simplest matter in the work a or would have been i mean if they lad Only known How to solve it. For the part it want i jus like any other Puzzle could easily conceive the possibility probability of a wild set of mis a us , or frolicsome Young and even a company of unprincipled. Vagabonds disturbing the quiet if the Farmer s Orchard but further Thain their ideas could not find a Way. They been told in Confidence that e morning after the depredation were innumerable tracks of tiny Riley ind Kiev rain that had it or to there Dainty shoes Ulm n the Green turf and soft. A Pat Wouk Way the silk be Brorn soil of the shrubbery that in Bini place was found a Small kid Glove Anji n an Ouier quite it bit of Cambric Handfe kerchief with the name of the a Pei delicately traced upon the Corner they been told , 1 Sny they have better understood the quiet in which the owner treated robbery and the profound 1 which he kept when the a is a Why How d y do Miri. Careful Are 11 your folks pretty Well ? one Leigh or of another whom she met in Hempstead a few Days ago. Quot quot of yes Retty Welthe Truk you that is about is Wei Lias ii suit. Laihem has t been a Uitz Well since he banked up the cellar 1 ast fall and overworked himself thinks be Hurt his Side. And Mother has got in he rheumatism so bad Slie Hasin t been role to get stairs for a week Matilda Anil has a slip Jet touch of the i diphtheria so the doctor says Jimmie i iii t speak above a whisper for a sore Throat Titusie is just getting an Obei quot Lising in her ear and the baby has had two More spoils of croup. My Luis band Ati hardly do any work on a Ehunt of is sore eyes find t thought i d die last ight with neuralgia in my head a but 1 re re All about a. Common How s Vona folks quot a few evenings Siri get a Faiber and Aughter at , , were mutually re Cauin the Latt Hill Hood. Iwuh full Neier forget quot said he Young lady quot How Vou took me it of Church one Sabbath when i three years old and Pun hed me for play info in meeting. Cam Rem Emebet the tingling of that Kmiach tree swi tih to this Day quot very t Trange very to Trange quot said the father quot lion t Reci Leci the ? at Aih Well pain you wore at the other and a of the congressman Keller tall angular and with a voice like an Anvil chorus Jas very quiet and looks a Saiid a a Hii Adelphia i York Merabi. Subject was discussed in his presence. But they did not know and s6 they Sci cited at the whole Aluir or at least erotic has they dare when the richest and to amp to honoured Man in the Village was notice Ned. But one Day when the Little wonder bail site died out of the Village to i those who key quot the signs f tiie times quot there seemed an event of some importance brewing. A Day in the old Brick House opposite the Laii Ghin g mischievous school girls were knitted together in various places Chat Lin in Low confidential tones. School Over the of the lot sat Down upon the Green turf and Bent their Bright he ids together and said so Many funny thi pcs and made such a member of conical suggestions upon the matter which Uliey were , that the while air rang with their laughter. Jut Over the Way from the Young ladies a Idem the stately House of or. Wallers Glen med out from the plantations and shrubbery that surrounded it looking �0 toyal and grand so like some old ancient Castle with its i irbing porticos and snowy turrets and above All so formidable and threatening in its aspect thai none but a set of Madcap school Giris would have dared plan against its peace and quiet. J list from the Many roguish glances and a it right suggestive smiles that were directed toward it during the Day it a Sequite evident that theold mansion and its grounds were the subject of their thoughts and plans. At night the was proved beyond doubt for when the Village was still and quiet and the Moon mixed clearly up the Blue Steep of the sky pouring her rain of Silvery Light upon the. Old Grange a strange procession of reckless merry lassies stole into the wid old Gate that led us Rouen the principal Avenue of the Ifor Manold Garden to the coveted Orchard. For awhile As they wound along the Shady walk they were Ilent and Cau Tiou hardly daring to Brit athe a sentence Abc a a whisper but each nto ment they Girled courage and Befi re they had traversed through half the grounds their mirth got the better quot of their fears and hey laughingly joined their Danang Reader in a plan to Cap tire the owner if j he so would to it Uble quot i Hen she that shall catch him first j shall have him quot broke in a Light Musij cat voice above the Buzz and laughter of the party. Quot Good Good quot answered another quot but that will be Kate Weston our i Captain Kate i am sure for she can out run any a irl in Cranston. Why girls f she goes it like a i quot hush hush quot Captain Kate turned f about suddenly As she spoke and held one hand up threateningly to the party. A if you i Bention the old s name he 11 be lii ire to be out Here. Remember his apples Are More precious than Hie Gold for like in any men he thinks More of having Hgt a stomach Well filled than How Beautiful she looked standing up there in the full Clear Moonlight Brilliant daring Kate Weston there a Deal of Pijie. About her slender Willowy f rms in the Way she carried her perfect head flashed her great Hazel eyes and curved Ker tempting Rose Bud Mouth. And no w As she spoke of Farmer Waters her whole face seemed to glow with an expression nearly Akin to scorn. For some reason no one knew Whitt she had taken a dislike to the get Man of the Village. Her first itnpre8sion of him iwas an Fri favourable one she used to say. When a he met him one afternoon As she returning from a walk he had stopped a Friend to a in about her and that too in such a loud tone that she could not had she willed it remain ignorant of what he was saying. She heard his companion give her history in Short detached sentences quot poor orphan delicately rear do Well educated very Beautiful and talented proud living with poor relations on the outskirts of the Village quot were the words that fell upon her ear As she swept haughtily by them. A after that she had been introduced to the Handso Ujiie wealthy Young Farmer at the school picnic she knew that the presentation had first been suggested by Lim and though she met h is Cou Reou Wentlen Manly advances with a quiet easy dignity at heart she was repulsing him All the while. Perhaps he was of this quot for he Wasni Ore than winning and pleasing in his , even when he saw what a bitter satirical by she Cut Down his finest and most sentiments quietly making them the food of her merriment. That was not All either. It was not enough that Kate should have the enjoyment of the May spoilt for her but Slie work herself into such a passion As to Lay awake half that night in order to Job it away from her in Oughty perverse utile heart. Poor Katt and that was not All either. On a st. Valentine s Day some Ohe had Anne Yed her by sending for her acc Euince one of the or ethicist dainties Little Rin image Uible within the expanding but of a Blush Rose Valentine. Acid then the most puzzling of anything about it wins that it was posted at Cranston w Here she did not know a single gentleman who could ail Ord to Send her a present of such Worth. She had vowed at first never to Wear it but after while when she found that it looked so pretty upon her f Lender White Finger and ini a roved her taper hand so much she gave up and Aid not allow it to go a single moment from her sight. And Beitter Stilly Slie used sometime to press the Dainty Ciri let to her lips and then Cut Aud put on tie naughtiest of All Ler to Mike up for her foolish near. Iso it was that matters went on be to Veen the proud gentlemanly Young Farmer and the Brilliant Beautiful Kate i jail the affair of pit Loining the apples is brought to notice. Kate could not Bioko a threat and when the Young Fai Mer s Cartel reached her she headed thie Little group of hot a school friends for the second attack., Kate looked very Beautiful standing there in the Clear Silvery Moonlight holding u a one White hand menacingly Toxvard her watching band of followers. Pshaw Kate Don t let s try too keep still let him Chase us if he likes and Liee what hell catch quot sounded the plea anal Mif Sical voice of Little Lucy smiles. I Don t believe i shall drop another Glove for him to Jimick up let me run Ever so . I Hope he pleased with the name stamped Pon the quot he did t i trouble himself much about your Nainie i la Wager you when he bad Kate kerchief to Wear next to his heart l hat in t the Best of it there was a specimen of her handwriting upon Ohe Corner of it and if he iii t As Blind As a but hell see who favored him with the made out of cabbage beads. Kate wrote the verse quot retorted Mary Prince laughing and clan Inglieri hands. Quot hush i say girls. You must t run on so i Don t want to be caught without any a ppm est said Kate. Quot so speak Low if you Cabot keep from talking. We lire almost there now. Hush see the Ripe yellow fruit Glisten in the Mon Lightl quot i Kate tip toed up to the Little Thicket of to Niees follow it eid by the hushed group. A quot after All i a Don t believe there is any use of keeping so still quot she said looking Arouna. M it seems too much like downright stealing of graciously condescending to test our neighbor s hospitality. So help yourselves dears while i preside As Well As i can in place of the gentleman himself. No doubt hell thank me for it when he gets a Chance quot i perhaps after s hid in this Thicket of Trees and alien we get to helping our elves As Abii say hell coins Juit Iping out Here in the very mid it of us.," Jug Gest some one in a timid voice. Quot pshaw Don t fear Hattie. Why Well frighten him to death in five minutes if he ventures to show his head. There take ibis apples and -and k atch them As fast As i throw them. That s b you Are and if you hear any Why run quot juried a tree. Here a me some leaves. Men to my hair foe turning again to the itch my hat and bring t am going to or a a the her Glossy braid fairy White an Nien ced filling it ave stand out where she twined the dark leaves in Aud let 8y Ai gtd then looping a upon one Arm com with a Jiles. Quot one for Ell i Gray Jwo for Dame Lizabeth three Obby and that Nice big bouncer for me thank you Sharik you or. Waters the company beg me to tender in their behalf their their what s the girls quot Kate spoke there was a Little Carol citing among the Apple by us is at her Back and left re she could give the alarm Young Waters bounded out in the Ivery midst 6f the frightened girls what ran screaming Liis tily in every direction. But could there a eve witness to the comical Suerte single leap of the wide Gate. But her pursuer was there before ber and like a frightened Deer she sprain g away in a different direction. There was a Iother Gate that led from the West Side of the grounds and lie lightning she shot toward it. But of horrors of horrors it was locked fast she turned about again but the enemy was close upon her track and there was no Hope of escape for her panting and trembling she stood silent until he came up to her. Quot permit me to escort you to the House. Miss Weston quot he said bowing Low before her Aud speaking As though nothing in the world had happened to mar his self Possession. Amp quot no i thank you sir i will go Home if you Kate s voice Hook As she spoke and she fairly reeled As she made an attempt to take a few Steps Forward. Quot i cannot permit you too Home while you Are so weary quot he said courteously. Quot you cannot walk without ,, even. Lean on my Arni in a moment we shall reach the but Kate did not accept his Aid willingly and so he went Forward and gently putting his Arm about her Drew her toward the House. Her breath came Freer and easier within a moment s time and when she stood within the old Oak in trance Hall she was quite herself again. Quot i will go no further if you please sir quot she said pausing there and giving a hurried glance at her Dis arranged toilet. Quot this to a Man of my hospitality Weston this Way if you he threw open a door into a 3 Nall sitting room and motioned her to enter. When she went hesitatingly Forward he Drew a Large chair up before the window and begged her to be seated. Quot of but our fruit quot said he quot excuse me for not relieving Yuu before of the Kate Crim soned to the very roots of her hair As he pointed to her apron of apples which she had still held looped up Over her Arm. The next moment he had gathered them into a fruit dish and was ringing for plates and knives. Quot me sir but i cannot remain longer quot said Kate rising and giving a Little Flash of Light into his face. Quot but i shall insist upon it quot said he. Quot i have a moral right to detain you tonight quot or would have perhaps if i am not Able to Purchase my own Ransom quot said Kate. Quot i think i understand you. May i at what Price you value your fruit quot. She Drew her purse from her pocket with one hand and pointed to the fruit with the other. Or. Waters lips curled fac r a moment and his steady eyes burned beneath their perfect eyebrows with a deeper Light but when he spoke his voice was As firm and As Mellow As though the faintest Ripple of passion bad never broken Over its quiet surface. Quot by the Peck those apples Are Worth a let me see some five shillings at the Early season of the year. Perhaps i can afford to discount upon the Price since you have taken so Large a quot no no sir do not rebate the Small est fraction upon them As you value your happiness �.said Kate. Quot if i have not enough Money in my purse i can apply to some Friend to lend me the re quot miss Weston quot said the Young Farmer arid he spoke her name in a Low Stern voice. Quot you choose Well sir i am sure quot said Kate. Quot among the score of girls who your Orchard to night i am the Only one who has not some Friend to buy them from the unhappy consequences of this adventure. There is my purse sir quot she threw a Small purse upon the carpet at his feet As she spoke and then ashamed of her ungenerous words and ber High flow of passion burst into tears. Quot miss Weston quot the voice was a Little tremulous now but it detracted nothing from its deep sternness. He stepped in front of the door As he spoke As he divined an intention on the part of Kate to Glide from the room. Quot a moment if you please i will not detain you Long quot he said inclining his head toward her. Quot i by Here you too True Anid generous. Miss Weston to up Lair 0e the press. The extrac pub Jashed under this head do not in every Caseel Ipi Eia oui own Tieng on questions of the Day Bui a even u of sufficient interest to entertain a do Brilty i of readers. They Are the intelligent expressions of Sootae of on most intelligent writers. J new Yore brutality to i<unatic9. A jew Yort the follow Wing account of a Case of cruelty and criminal abuse of one of the wretched pay talents in this institution is from the lips of a person who has been for Many years and is at present a regu Lar visitor to the female Lunatic Asylum. Quot eight teen months ago quot says the informant quot a a women in Hall no. 3 was considered i the enough to be Disch if de from the quarters in the main build iii and placed in one of the 3avilion.s. Slie iwas ordered to go thereby one of tace a nurses on duty and was forced out off the room without All her clothes. The woman told the nurse she wanted her ice it theft and the nurse refused to give Mthm to her. On the patient insisting that Slie should get her clothes the nurse forced or along the Ward. Not being Abe to get the patient out the attendants Dahved in two men who grasped her adj Tore her along. When the stairs were reached they shoved her Down. In lii is operation they either jammed their in rides into her Back or quot As the visitor sai4> Shore Likely kicked her. The Munfort Mitote patient who was recovering was after this treatment confined Tocher bed for several weeks and never to Over this brutal treatment from the effect la of which she is now slowly dying the Hospital Ward of the Asylum. This patient wins Labouring at the time Only under a tendency to suicide the history of her Case being that she was engaged to be married and her Lover died after which she twice attempted to kill herself. She was Melancholic but in All other respects sane list for the tre it mental she received she would have been discharged cured in a Short time an adj in place of being slowly dying Iijima Madhouse would be in All comfortably settled with Wil terms $1j per tear Iny Arlam in a Yance. Number 4. Have As an immediate result the putting up the insurance premiums on in list Bottoms result inst in a serious loss to the Marine of treat Britain. Whether the British men of War will be Alt to protect their mercy Artmen or not is a secondary question the effect will be All the same and either British cruisers will be burdened with heavy inst Ranee premiums or will be avoided Alto Rether. It is True that British vessels can be sold to american citizens and sail under the american Flag but this is an undesirable and we May say a danier6us proceeding and our own sex Nee will prevent the English people adopting it. During our civil War Rej number of our merchantmen sold to British Flag to escape being ured by the con aerate privateers Ost thus a Large share of the carry Rade of the world but we thought it was Only temporary and that peace was re established it would or i again. The result has proved we were most egregiously mistaken Emmerce finds a new Channel it is ult almost ii possible to e its course again this we have Cut to our coat. We have never Able to recover our maritime us Acy and the same will happen to English if they adopt the same pen from a b were capt we int that when Reco that if c diff Chan foun been Prem the engl r�oler8, Akili r coming Royal plots Liuro Commer rift a Codon correspondent says there is but of the popularity of the Queen Thea Nasses of her subjects but the of the land quot is Par excellence India. Princess of Wales her tenderness kindness of land womanly affection for the de joined to the pureness of her Stic life have endeared her to the a susceptible heart of John and the quot daughter of Thevik Inga quot evokes in enthusiasm whenever she a not even accorded to the Queen Prince of Wales is also popular. A no Dii with quot lad Alex amiability heart afflict dome be Neilly Bull a Sears fhe think me guilty of such meanness As you just ascribed to me. I am sure that for a Long time you must have known me better. If you have not it is not my fault. For a Long time i have been interested in you. Your face pleased me when i first looked upon it and i Felt that it was no common soul no poor spirit that spoke out so eloquently from your features. It May have been weak in a Man much your senior in years to follow you about though 1 have endear ored to treat you with the Courtesy and re Spect which were yours by right As i have done. I have esteemed you very highly , i am almost afraid from the Pang i Fel at my heart to night been allowing myself to love Yufu even. That is All. I Promise you As a True gentleman that i will not annoy you any More. You May go he stepped from the door to allow Kate to pass out but she stood before him Avit Hout moving to go while tire wilful tears still broke up from the Depths of her Beautiful eyes and fell upon her Cheeks. Quot i will not detain you longer quot he repeated hesitatingly seeing Liat she stood immovable and silent. J she Drew up her haughty bid As be spoke and dashed the burning tears from her Cheeks then she started Forward without looking up into his face. For a moment she tottered upon the threshold pressing her slender fingers Over her wet eyes and then turned Back again to her , who stood with his head Bent toward her. Quot in in do not want to go quot she cried spa Nging Back to him and holding out both White hands to meet his eager passionate grasp. To Lien then but the Rich Young Farmer is too reticent and a great a personage for me to meddle with this one delicious Little love scene of his life. Y of must imagine the rest yourself dear Reader. All i can say is that Kate Weston became mrs. Waters in consequence of the affair of the apples. Would have beep the Fanner cared any Jive their Dovon the Long i id with the Low in closely a an i English writer argues that quot to. Rest is then those pictures of there been an i infernal regions with satan and his Cloven footed imps stirring up the inhabitants with set Ven pronged pitchforks Are not taken on the Sot and the artist i must All be wrong for there can t be much for a Man Here anti it a if he is destined to be prod Deal and stirred up easily Little observed that for capturing wild reckless la it Ler. Avenue Kate Flat w like dignified Bachelor fun ter her. Faster faster Giglo by Down b she went her Long Glos a braids falling about fer face a Adown her shoulder her Light Scarf like a Banner of Rosy Mii to floating Oul upon the Breeze quot is she flew along. Faster it faster another moment passed and she was within a with a red hot Pitchfork. Hardly. A says quot a Weed is a Plant whose Virtues have not yet been it is clearly evident that Emerson does t Chew the quot a re it Tom Herald. Frackt and Italy. Fanti irial France come fenced the unification of Italy but allowed Pri Issia to Complete it. When the latter Power took up arms against austrian 1866, Italy joined in e fray again Eft her old enemy and though beaten Oil her own soil the division thus caused led Bismarck to secure for his ally Venice iii the settlement. This Success led Garibaldi again strike from Rome by he was met by the French army Aiji id again Defeated. The downfall of Trajce in the Lierman War led to the with Trawal of the Friench troops from Leonae when the italian army walked in acid took Possession of the Quirinale to the great Joy of everybody but the pontiff Ana his Jesuit allies and followers. To France Victor Emanuel gave Bis personal affection and ithe Monarch did violence to the f6elings of the Man in becoming the ally of the prussians in their great cont est of 1866, because be understood that the time had come for him to subject the demands of policy and the future of Bis personal feelings to the re ing Dot done pay h and a the it mainly ment a Dup throw and a the go i editor or Toa of he a id therefore Fren Nany Llyia mourned his death. His country. A and i quot it Ance equal though so antagonistic to each other. These political alliances resulted in causing Wietor Ejmi Nuol to be invited to visit the court it Merlin. His Fame As the re Galantuomo full autless in War and fearless in the Chaser had preceded him As had also a crowd of wild stories regarding his Perso tial appearance one of which Vas that a distinguished lady of Florence had been fined for declaring that the King looked like a cattle Driver. And when he made lii is entry into Berlin with his dark complexion his deep Black Beard covering Hii Chin and reach ing to his breast with immense mustaches extending toi if ears his Large flashing eyes his Short and turned up , his heavy imps nil the Many furrows in his face the prussian exclaimed in wonder quot what a King to Rule Over the land of in aut but his Frank and open count Nairce and his Manly and unaffected bears big soon silenced his derides and he returned from Berlin Richer in victories thab when he came from the Battle Fields of Italy. Advice to those Abc iut to marry. A Roliff Iouin editor i married my i wife about thirty five years ago. The Cir empty was performed about seven o clock ini the morning. Before retiring that reverting we had a Good talk with each other find the result has sweetened our entire lives. We agreed that each should always be watchful and careful never by Wod or act to Hurt the feelings of the other. We were both Young hot tempered a Pali positive in Obr likes and dislikes and hot somewhat exacting and info exile left just the material for a life of Chi Jugal warfare. Well for a few years Ive found it hard work to always live Byi our agreement. Occasionally not of trip ii word or look would slip off the Tongue or Fafe before it could be caught or sep pressed but we never allowed the Sun tio go Down upon our Wrath. Before retiring at night on such occasions there was always con les Sion and forgiveness Anil the pulpit would become my re careful in futile. Our tempers and dispositions became gradually More congenial a so that after a few years we Caine to a be one in reality As the marital ceremony had pronounced us nominally. In thin Wingback we find that for More tenant Venty years our Little agreement is been unbroken and there has a can no i for confession and forgiveness. In business we have had adversity and pro a Verity failure and . Jcj raise to a family of cd Ihlen and have our grandchildren about us and Wear a simple a Noigh to believe that we have better children and better quot of our Little agreement. Ind i fetch a contract religiously kept to ill natured children will be reared ant no boys will find the streets and bar Ooms a More pleasant than Home. To n make a Ood wife or a Good husband req tires tie co operation of both. A in american. A Privateering. New Yore undue it seems to , has been Given to a be sat ion a article of the Jondon Globe to the effect that quot the scheme of fitting out privateers in America is making rapid Progress in , and that a Large i uni ber of seamen belonging to the Baltic Fleet Are under orders and in s to proceed to the United state a at a moment s notice quot i there is no doubt that a me is Felt in England on this a subject and if we examine the question from a certain there in his Erie state More Public Rovid upon p Atco speech Titor just erect his or at face West Spe tac convey and the 1 died Hea Teti because in it Popi he his sown his wild Oats and although suit is a Large amount of outstand its the English Are ready to con lis conduct if they Are not read to s debts. He is urbane pleasant Tessible to All Thor orighly enjoys Glish National saw Rtse and he cer works like a Trojan. The retire f the Queen has caused More than cation of his duties but heroes h the duties con Amore though he were not tired out with uttering pageants. Webster s disappointment. R4 easy chair in Ilar Pur ii Magat Nefor May Webster is reported to have said Send that although he knew that i a Public reputation to leave to posterity yet if he were to live his life Over a Jain he would upon no consideration Public Ungria most Ward. Rivat itself to enter life. The Public he Saifi Are Elul and the Man who serves them faithfully receives no adequate re do your duty he added it As a citizen but let politics alone probable that he said thief substantially a it is reported Fajr there was bitterly Dis App tinted pub Iward the end Lof his life lie Man. Toward Vas almost a gloomy melancholy aspect. At the completion of the Railroad in 1851, As Secretary of be accompanied pres ent Ifill and a very distinguished party of men on an excursion along the a of new Yolk to Dunkirk and caching Dunkirk he spoke from a rom in thie Street. During the the easy Phair who was a spec served that the Sun bras setting behind or. Webster a be stood is Gray hair lifted by the Breeze head and Soinier Mournful Rawn against the illuminated it was a and pathetic be. A Little later the National tion of Bis party passed him by minted another candidate for residency. Still a Little later he f s was generally Felt a broken Man not Only it was believed to bad failed to receive the quot Aeq irate Reward quot but because of some t Lings he had been willing to do to Obi in it. On the evening of the eth of March 1850, the orator at Plymouth lock in 1821 said to a Friend and Nie Inbe to hair r of Congress who told the easy quot tomorrow am going to an Nihil to you you abolitionist quot the i Familia Wolsey Shak spi True Albo whose Dequa lie will the tru Marks that we have quoted Are a and Are but a modern Fornol of s Pilie Ous words to Cromwell in re i Henfy vill. They Are in this sense that the Luan Pintof. View there is Sidibe justification for this feeling the apr Arance of one single russian Privateer iii the open seas Man w place Aie the by Well ill or. We he hot id Lead be warded what is service was Aln As rep and pc ves the Public for the Hope of official Reward from the pub probably be disappointed. But the Ift As old As history and no to i liable to fill a great Public Lequia tely can be ignorant of it. And Ness of personal ambition iii is United by the reported words of Steir. He save in effect that served the Public faithfully and says in Ilic faithfully in not Only inadequately rebut had Lieen most severely censured for Bis least selfish actions. But adequate Reward of great Public poor forty years or Webster Ost continuously in Public life ese Statile in Congress senator ret airy of a state ills command ing abilities at once recognized placed him in the bar influence sent he orators go no ral estimation at the head of and secured him an unequalled e Iri politics. By common con was the chief of living american Antl his Ibert presence As speaker gave or Atn Ess toi the greatest occasions upon was the word a tied in or absurd resp diet Omi his fell there w Tiona a he was most co and we most in Points of constitutional Law he authority so quot that his Onei Coull Challenge a Long set a not Only without a but with a Force the was so d As to raise a doubt. As a he was unrivalled among . And above All As the greatness of hip repute wifi Storic Fame that began while get living which mad him the spic Loiis of american citizens cd might Well have satisfied the ordinate ambition of applause affairs i not quot Joh to it it Bis Sii quot a quot time Down whole ing in \ where of Long wit i and Pei sorial consideration. To ble offic his Ren great be question action Ali so Possi Al position could Hare added to a Wii Lior to his Opportunity of Rvin a. If his Fame Ancyl his unable Power the immense Admir ich was universally conceded to him Ai d his vast authority a Public Ere not an adequate Reward it is to see what would have been. A said a it Ken Mann i be made my Willi of it Day quot Pele Ltd John quot you we a Liberal o quot yes Joho i came in it it me. I be willed you the at of Virginia to Haike a Liv i lii the privilege of going else yet a can do Neve i buy an article you do Bot need simply because it is cheap land the Man Tjo Jse Lils it will take it out in Trade. Tie tales told in Asia and Ireece about Woodlawn mysteries. Once upon a time says a tale widely spread in asian a four travellers spent a night in a Forest and agreed that one of them should keep watch by turns while the others slept a lie first watcher was a Carpenter. By Way of passing the time he took his a fld out of the Stem of a tree lying prostrate had by fashioned the form of a woman shapely in fire and comely in fac0. Then he awoke one of his comrades and Laid Down to rest. The second watcher was a tailor. And when he saw the wooden woman lying Bare on the ground he produced his work Basket and bundle of stuffs and clothed her handsomely from head to foot. Then he too resumed his 8luml or after having aroused the third of the party who was a jeweler. And the jeweler struck by the sight of the fair and Well dres a female form leaning against a neighbouring tree and be opened his caskets and deck to a her Witt rings and necklaces and bracelets. Then he called the last of the party who was a holy Man Strong in prayer and incantation and went to sleep. And when the fourth watcher saw the Woollen woman so Well dressed and decked he set to work by spells and prayers turned her Wood into flesh and blood and inspired her with life. Just then his three companions awoke and gazed with wonder and admiration at the Lovely creature who stood before him. Simultaneously each of the four trav lers claimed her a his wife the Carpenter because he had framed her the tailor because he had dressed her the jew Eler because he had adorned her and the holy Man because he had Given her life a fierce dispute arose. The authorities of the neighbouring Village were in vain appealed to the problem As to a Bich of the four bad the Best claim to the band of the disputed Bride was to amp difficult for them to solve. At last it was resolved to submit the cause to a higher court. The claimants thie judges and the audience All went out to the cemetery and there prayed for a decision from on High. While the prayer went up the woman leaned against a tree. Suddenly the tree opened and the woman entered it and was seen no More. As she disappeared a voice from High was Beard saying quot to its origin shall every created thing Ibe mythological Core of this Story is the idea that Sumati and ire life May be connected. The rest of it Bas been supplied by teachers who wished to inculcate the doctrine that All things returned to their first elements and narrators desirous of framing one of the numerous stories involving a problem or Puzzle capable of various solutions. The leading idea has been better presented in the following modern greek Folk tale there was once a childless wife who used to lament saying if i Only had a child were it out a Laurel and heaven sent her a Golden Labrel Berry but its value was not recognized and it was thrown away. From it sprang a Laurel tree which gleamed with Golden Tavius at it a Prince while following the Chase wondered greatly. And determining to return to it he ordered his Cook to prepare a dinner for him beneath its Shade. He was obeyed. But during the temporary absence of the Cook the tree opened and Forth came a Maiden who strewed a handful of Salt Over the viands and then returned into the tree which immediately closed upon her. The Prince returned and scolded the Cook for Over salting the dinner. The Cook declared his innocence but in vain. A a quot Lio notice Iesu than on idol Jour. A a editorial notice ten Cebu line Canh insertion. Is a a a i i i male a notices Reo atred of a a Taite Tib lubed i Vul to Oha Liged at the Upil rat j i h my Branern Kot Lccy ten cents loud first 1dswj ton fire cents a Una each a Seq tat ii to Ripon. A nil a mss. The next Day just the same occurred. So on the next aay the Prince kept wat Ltd. The tree opened and the Matien came Forth but before she could return into the tree the Prince caught hold of her and carried her off. After a time she escaped from him ran Back to the tree Ana called upon it to open. But it remained shut. So she had to return to the Prince. After a while he deserted her. It was not till after Long wandering that she found him again and became his Royal Consort Hahn thinks this Story is founded on the hellenic belief in dryads but it belongs to an earlier mythological family than the hellenic though the Dryad and the Laurel Maiden Are undoubtedly Kinswoman i Long before the Dryad and the Oreair a had received from the sculpture que a greek mind their perfection of human form and face., Trees were credited with woman like inhabitants capable of doing Good and ill and with Powers of their own apart from those possessed by the supernatural tenants of Banning and . he or Linn in Sianii Tiff t a Ign to air of quot the. Brj Shtil . On inn fallen s fairy a he i a i j Anita the Blooming bust anti h i it we least upon the Loters quot Stile. And list Roeii to the Thrush tis when first i Sighel to see Hep smile 1 and smiled to see her Blu Atles. N it in Inni fallen s fairy Grote so i i hushed Tny Happy Wooten go i to listen to the brooding Dot i i amid the brandies Coulin git. But of How Short those hours of i Howong their bitter Rulo i i poor Cush at r thy j with woe like mine is Heavin grf i with thee i mourn a fruitless Quesi 9 i quot for a with Art dece Lalog i i i. I the cuckoo Bird Baa robbed nine iii 3 and left me wildly grieving �1 i j. a f i every . Mlle plaster is the Nanie of in French actress. She draw Well.-, arc Akasu table a Noi thank you we Don t need a Cor a respondent at parts this year. We part a Young Man in theofice a week i j Yutile european . A Oti Jar a Nai quot quot a children cultivate burst tel my Rotl characters and then iii fief Waii when you Tell about this Winter people will believe you pro a air iii go Stan dard., a at Twenty a woman reaches Ilir the trailing Arbutus. At Twenty Filip she is after horseradish. At thirty Shie digs roots former blood. Such is in the various stages of the ii Taine i quot Button s of every style appear to find favor quot is a bit of fashion int Ellis in rifts has remark i is a bit of fashion gence. It May be so but or just bobbled in to remark seem to have an up Hill time in ending his tax lei somebody estimated that Eveaj May who lives to be sixty years old has spent seven months buttoning. Has shirt col Lar. Thirty years mor ought a to be added for Hunt log up uie Collar Buitoni. A Bridgeport tak Diard the Earth has been so burrowed into near Virginia City that the to a is Sard to be slowly is id a Down the Filipe of the Mountain. The inh Titan by it of it As showing that the town in t in to uding bulletin. To the wonderful Success of the Tele phone is All owing to the fact Tea. You can attach one end of it toi tie Ovule s ear and swear at him in seven Tang without running the Riski it if getting Chron a. A Prophet of the name of a corp has been making a fool of himself in Chautauqua county. The people Pirt Poe to. Frizzle him if he Don t git Andrj git he was a rash in before a lout of he remains he win be a commery Ai i in an inter via a printed in another column. Gen. Shields is said to i one Hundred and fifty to does t look to we Jig i Over one Huj red and Twenty but he carries so Neiach Lead that his appearance is Washington pop it. At Twenty you now everything at thirty you have Ybur doubts at forty there Are some things you Don t Kivow at fifty you Aresu Ejof your Tenor since and after that Vou read or. Lie Echer a Sermon on Everly Sijing Fand Hope he is Mion comia. A quot. General visit is a i pc Cess with the turks a at least. They like a silent Man. Tebei less a Man says in their shit nation the Wiser be is Adam Chok Kellc quot a a very wee min said a Pasha to Nije when Grant. Did he say anything quot not a word but he looked foreign letter. In the still watches of the scientific and inns trial somebody in Eigland has patented a machine for Felling Timber Roxy Chloride of Zinc is being much used As a partial substitute for Gold in the filling of Teeth. Salicylic acid the new remedy for rheumatism does not injure the Teeth even in the strongest solution. Some London doctor has Besen listening to the Chest sounds of a patient thirty Yards away by Means of the Telephone. One part of Bracic acid added to 500 parts of milk will keep it Sweet for fifty Tours at a temperature of eighty degrees a Case of the transmission of Scarlet it ver infections by Means of a letter to a Distant town is reported in an English journal. Glycerine is said to be one of the Best lubricants for machinery especially when exposed to the air and changes of temperature. Oil of eucalyptus is said to be in excellent local Anaesthetic a drop placed on Cotton or Wool and inserted in the cavity will relieve Toothache quot the statistics of certain Large in Sadie asylums in Germany show that the women patients Dise Barg cured who marry subsequently Are less to relay Seft than those who remain single. An account was lately Given in nature of the difficulty met wimp in Australia in getting bees to work Altera fee years. A correspondent Calls attention to the fact that a similar difficulty occurred in California when e it has been obviated by a systematic abstraction of the Honey As the bees collected it. The following is highly recommended As a Home made court plaster. One ounce of French isinglass one pint of warm water stir till it dissolves add ten cents Worth of tincture of Arnica Lay a piece of White or Black silk on a Board and paint it Over with the mixture. The Liston a manat of cite Nimitr thinks the time is coming when our houses will be heated by steam for Ai Central station As they Are now lighted by Gas made at a distance. This has been actually tried with entire Success in Lockport new York Oliree Nii Lesof Piew chive red with non Condi acting material Laid under ground radiate Fromi a Central boiler House. Gift that City have been comfor Ubl y houses ini All Winter by steam thus distributed. Warmed �1 Taysir Wise if a a a it a get Luis easy enough to of fun by that one bears be soft whispers of anger telling he a Fiji be goed but jump of Lof bed and you la find it is the hired girl talking from the window to her fellow Belew to perhaps telling him Why Tobej monday washing was brought ini Chin tray to in. / Ian Irish gentle injun Wel Menown in the sporting Ducles for Bis it in was costed by a Friend with quot i Jan no word a you Are Riding a go it minors Job quot and Why should i not re do horse quot quot Well quot quot rejoined iii Frehd quot but will he jump Timber i quot quot Timber ? replied the other. Faith a a just jump Over your Bead Man in in Jiffy jul quot tue Cucumber a race a i the Festal Bird enshrouded in Cou Almeata rare t. It Aud the epicure gleefully rub both his Pai at the sight of the ,j Thedo toi smile Assad les Mil and liveth a Crocodile groan j and the Marble Mani Gafah out the Hlls. And Ellsbeth up sumo. A Wie a. Quot what Irlue bar Vaif j a and Therton Maach a spot a a to skirted All under the a Law tree. I tip hard the times and tis scarce the Cash i a and Flo with a still it get quot we Welcome waft to the flu ii of Trust i. That liveth the. We learn that ii As the country become quieter by Hli Emani will to sume Bis excavations at a re a a. To can the do a Tiki that the country will not be any quieter until aft Rhoid a cleaning time. But if he wants a Job in the meant Ine he cab drop Jaroudi and dig out a cellar for us. Iwa $1.50 it Day and find himself. Derrick. I after All Man is a generous Bertig. Not Long ago one died in ma88a<jhuh0tt� who had been married Only a received a Fortune of a fifty thousand to i Lars from his wife Wulw mgr a Wei a face not enrich his relative a it i might have done he willed it �11 bal to that i Noble Man a Irot a womb. % i of pshaw 1 do you know it has Kiwi been discovered that after All Saltpetre is nothing but nitrogen Otdis into nitric acid and that Hylo Piliro la substance which give ii the i Oleitt a bldg to certain vegetable in attire when Thev Are 1 Rought into Contact with Hyde caloric acid it is terrible. The a i heartless bloodless pitiless science destroys with iconoclastic hand the right i est dreams and fondest Fanci Ltd i of go Hawk a. Re what quot they say is Benefit notice. A of some a brain Tike forked lightning Whit s tie use of getting into a worry and fit Ofer gossip that Lias been set afloat to yer Dis it Ivan age by Somie meddlesome busybody who has More time than Chi act a. These things can not possibly inti unless indeed you take notice of Theja and in combating them give theft character and standing. It what 3� Ai id about you is True set yourself Reg Tjit once if it is false let it go for what it will until it Dies of inherent Wei knew. A. a a

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