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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 4, 1878, Atlantic, Iowa Rudaus bad Bobbt wed Nadat attic busts Butu of one copy one Oneco Ysax Jujj one copy three months business the Atlantic Telegram volume Cass december number Binl Tinq House ton printing or Aii neatly mod cheaply we aate two Gooc my and Fine recently introduced Span do work h Vav to will attend Calls in Ike As they walked off to no but youll do How Ard j talk by a Kalis Hoac Aji too and Oer the Treml Illint our hands brooding Oer the music it Bath stilled in Many hearts and the Oliker Moon a i her sad and dimmed Foo among Tho Clouds that nosed ban in Arke upon the of Tho distressed n in 11imi a cod Jud pc a up from the devoted Day there doth Rise Ottwork to rails in any part of d of one incessant count or in i lie sol suction clop cd with thic Nof and the Wall Bux t of childless ones and Lone find and Tor want of any human Kalhous a dwellings Lorn Ailan Stathe where ouch Tho Laugk of and the my part of cum and and Box attorneys Johs attorney at and notary will predict in Llie courts of Caw and adjoining off Sci in editorial room of the Jamks t attorney at office in Sharps Money to loan at Luc lowest Kcal slate bought Sud i will practice in the courts of Casi and so Jonins also in the Saj Miu office 4 doors North of court East Side Chestnut s rotary songs that burst from Tho Light hearts of tilled the echoing balls with in Yon poor room n Light Lias flickered out ere it bed from those Dingy i a human spirit left its borne of on us dead mothers the sleeping lies like a Blossom on a blighted Bough of doth it dream that it hair lost can Novi r be replaced j list Ood i want you to put my ragged overcoat that t wore up among the and a battered and go Over to that Little Brown and see if there in a White haired woman people a the is selfish and that no Taggar dares ask alms at the door but Slio used to be kind and ill try what i can or Powers of persuasion have served me Well Mure than once when we wre so the two friends and soon a heavy Knock sounded at boxy of looms she opened and tie Man started Back at the strange apparition that stood before woman dressed in the quaint costume of Twenty Yean with 1 smooth White hair and a impassive Ilis voice trembled As he asked for help food and she looked at him steadily and As though she sex i poc cd him to go away without another but he lingered at last she spoke it is thanksgiving and Little As ing the i May have to be thankful ill not Send you away come i the Man followed her and sat Down Ai attorney at Jameson real and insurance cd Shiv Corner 5th and Cert nut justices of the j us ire or the of face Over All col enter Sud to me Wili receive prompt made Short cry i which loops upon the foul and cowering like the despair of an Ocren astred heart i upon Tho tiling that Breaks it Tui the shriek of a sick Mother Oer her dying weep not Tor a soil meet up there i i a tear Len wife dims to Tho stricken form of him in whom is merged her very As if would resist with her embrace got Aki sprite on office in Conrads room Branch office at Teeth extracted with Little or no pain office room Over Cush no approved Quali cations and twelve years serous Gai for extracting land i Isaac land my s physician and Conrad rooms formerly of ruled by vs12tf the Man Genf but the Chain the watcher stars grow from Tho far East a Clad in proclaims that Blushi Zuj from her bed like a Josiv is getting timid up to moot the can that wait up on with a continuous Melody from Earth to the awakened Birds take and dewy Mouths of Flowers Send welcomes to Greet her still the the yellow plumed flaps his wings As he wheels and circles in the a thousand shadows from his pinions fall upon Earth Hars Lily be and fixes in the Bart his burning beak with a grim hath East him from Bis wrist and bid him forever gone the Young the the poor Gay the the Good the homely and the to a common a Viacom bib will give spec Ial attention to disease i of women and of acc Corner of Sib and Chest nut Atlantic Jef Eclectic physician and of fice la his drug special attention riven to Surg cry and All chronic will will attend promptly to All Calls Day or offic at in Victora 13 do a True by Saysette poor Roxy Ostrom sat alone in her Little Brown Iler Busy hands were for the impatient tap of her Slipper heels was heard no More about the she was and As she thought she went to the Little Glass that Bung Between the and Occidental Atlantic House is new and All 1 Good Sample rooms Carriage Carriage big cd and made to Light and heavy Alwa son All repairing promptly at tended shop first door month of Cedles and Era eral is 9lv Council Plain and fancy All work warranted to Cave orders left at the office will receive prompt Atten Jacob auctioneer in Noth the English and Ger Man giving entire satisfaction wherever he has charges reason for further Jarl Colars address him at six Miles Southeast of dec Bebson is attorneys at ked prompt attention Given to Smith Justice of the notary real loan and insurance Cass Blanks Blanks the among other Legal May be found on Sale Al Telegraph steam fruiting warranty quit claim heal chattel Bonds Tor Powers of Rescue of original original justices writs of administrators teachers Gam Lahee notice of District township notice of Board directors been let Bonks Lor Road Ordinary notes in Labe for Public Nous bound in Hooks of 100 or so each Noua Hooks Lor township order books for District draft books for hankers or notices of to list for notaries Bowldes the above we have other in All about fifty All kinds of Blanks to order on Short notice and at Low orders by mall filled like ref a log and an Weot in to parents and 98 Artuck All the entire pack seat or Tan Bow the chilled doth creep at that wild j the old log sniffed at the strangers and growled be hero said the and the creature Lay Down As if lie thought if the mistress was lie hero1 said the in a Low i bad a Friend from this who had a dog named what was his name asked said the Aid i came Here partly to the fell Loving thing find his but they told me it was 1 two Milch to his and i was very he looked a pretty Pink flush was coming and going on the cold White and tears were in the Gray that gazed eagerly at it did not take Long to Tell the and Richard Armstrong came to the Little Brown and took his wife out to Armstrong that very to the big family it was like welcoming two loved ones Back from tie the kindhearted neighbors and in her pretty Dove coloured looked like a figure stepped out from a that a Happy Kentucky recent explorations of several caves in Kentucky have resulted in the discovery of important and interesting relics of aboriginal and conclusively established the fact that they were used at least As temporary residences or places of Salt revealed a new phase of american this Cave approaches the Mammoth Cave in the size of its avenues and throughout one of the principal for several were to be traced ancient fireplaces both for hearths and the former were by circular arrangements of Fiat stones and the presence of and calcined Bones for the lat Ter purpose Small piles of stones had been made with a Hole in the Centre of the pile to receive the bundle of dried per haps smeared with which were to be bundles of these tied up with twisted were found in seve ral places in tie Cave and probably of the same character As those found in the Short and grand Avenue were also very abundant penetrating three Miles from the Entrance into Salt Cave a chamber was entered where the dust of unnumbered years Lay thick upon the Rocky Here no human Bones were found there is every indication that particular caves were used exclusively As places of while other As in this served As places of habitation but in the dry soil were countless imprints of the Sandaler feet of the former race which dwelt in these subterranean and All about Lay the evidences of their Here some of to Cir grass Woven worn through at the Heel and on the Ball of the Lind been cast aside there Lay a discarded Mantle of cloth made of the shreds of dyed in dark and Light and showing where it had once been neatly mended while on every Side were fragments of bark packages of bark thread prepared for torn bits of fringe or dishes Cut from arrowheads of pretty bored undoubtedly for use As and other relics of tie Al original House careful examination of tie whole warrants tie opinion that this was an agricultural that they first used the caves Only 09 places of wrapping the body with the Knees drawn up to tie Mummy in blankets of and laying it away in the innermost Depths of these caves with the objects of its earthly its and per haps some food placed near it but that possibly under the pressure of that invasion of a More Savage people from the North which seems to have caused the extermination of the earliest inhabitants of the Southern they resorted to tie caves for secrecy and safety until compelled to abandon the country the use of braided grass in tie manufacture of sandals and other articles of cloth All the indicate an Antiquity far greater than anything we know of the red indians inhabiting that Region at the time of its settlement by it was not an ugly a resolutely n to a picture that the be cold Grav eyes firmly closing with a couple of tiny wrinkles curving at the Corners a slightly furrowed above which her smooth White hair was tucked Back plainly under Little White i she said to it is time to put the potatoes in to bake for and then she she would not even to that some Sweet old memories were striving in her and begging of her to fit still and dream for an hour or to let the Long buried past bring Back its and spread them before her mental but Roxy was not add Zamist she had been called an old and counted out from the merrymaking of the Young people of the Village before she was Twenty tears but she had always so much trouble at Home that she scarcely heeded their House was burned when she was about and flip saw her father and brother fall from tie burning roof 10 the Frozen her father was killed by the but boxy bated her crippled brother in her arms bore him to a place of and sat Down to watch beside he spine was and he could not move hand the people were All Busy at the Ostrom was borne fainting and exhausted to a kindly but All night Long Roxy sat on tie cold holding her Brothers with her dead father tying and tie Roar of the fire rising above the shouts of the excited peo p in the morning nobody recognized for her hair was snowy and her frightened face colourless As with tender care Richard Armstrong had her carried to his and there her father Richard had been Roxy boy Lover Ever since their but he grew More fond of her in those hours of and urged her to marry him at that he might care for her by but her sickly Mother came and Clung about and with a thrill of Hor Law her strange face in the you pity Aho said gently and you cannot love such a fright i have my own work to of your and find some girl better suited to you than i am and to this decision she steadily and in spite of All his coaxing and she had a Little cottage built on the site of the mined and there she went with her year after year quiet and Une weird looks and Distant manner made her seem strange even to her and the children called her a so that gradually she was left quite when her Mother the very beggars shunned Jer and the Only sign of life Boow rhe place was a big Newfoundland that came and went in a quiet and always treated to some Dainty and never driven because be had been Richard armstrongs pet Long so when Roxy turned away from tie Glass this chill november she heard a Low whine at the and knew the old dog waited it is thanksgiving she looking earnestly into the soft Brown and Yon shall have baked potatoes and or broiled Chicken and Batter a event we lived a lonely life dont look at me like dear old or i shall break Down and cry from utter and boxy shut her hard for a moment to keep Back then she stirred the and put a snowy damask cloth on her Little round table for two left the Stagecoach at the Village and the old landlord called cheerily Wall wok Armstrong what world been doing for you All these a can old folks will glad to and then Hearty band shaking and questions and its no trying to disguise your you laughed a Emlu Atloff Itu Given out by authority that average yield of wheat per acre a Western country is Only about ten and it ought to make every Farmer a lace turn Crimson with shame to acknowledge the statement As a fact if of the soil Are financially the cause can be found in that they Are Satis fied with half a and neglect the Means that would bring a full and profit Able return for there is not a Farmer West of Ohio that believes ten bushels of wheat is an average crop from his and yet his land helps make up the general in older with poorer they will raise from two to four times As much on the same amount of it seems that nature has done too much Here and labor does too there is no need of argument to prove the proposition that with the proper cultivation and care the crop of wheat could be made to average from Twentyfive to forty if the Farmer that raised this year two Hundred acres of wheat will Plant next year Only one first preparing the land by andean for and then select seed that be knows is sound and he can raise More Bush Els from the one Hundred acres than an obtained from the two Hundred cultivated the usual and do it at what is needed in this country Are smaller and More careful Cam ration tie sooner Farmers accept As a the sooner will the proof of statement be avalanches rarely fall when the sky in Winter Bernard urge travellers not to venture when the sky is in Clear weather the temperature especially before and then the of ice which retain tie Snow on the sides of the Moun Tain contract and tie begins to and draws a its for tie slightest cause of the faintest Shock May cause the fall of enor Mous this Why insist on silence at critical Many Florist instead of removing a Plant to a larger simply Wash the toll from the and return it to in my Beau he Celuh and Canada Canada Bill time passing through on his Way to new after a successful gambling trip on the steam Boata of the Western and South Ern the thought struck Lim that be would top and see bean the great then world famous a Clever the two spurts met on tie stops of the huge Marble Lickman had been pointed out to can Ada Bill by a is your name Pard inquired extending Hia the same whose hand might i have the Honor of returned thinking that Lii anew acquaint Ance was a newly arrived Western Mem ber i if the hand you responded is one generally known being More Able to Deal cleverly than 1 like am one of razor i Canada by Gump shake the in glad to meet you How Long Are you going to top in to wac stepped off expressly to make your ate you known in this City i then i will turn you to Good account How much Money have Yon to venture on a sure thing got with you right and Canada Bill pulled Forth two huge Rolls of How would you like to turn that into within the next three Days name the and in your Shi Well take a and Hick Man led the Montet Osaer into the card room of a fashionable the next Day a genteel solemn looking Man entered the gentlemen at which were filled with congressmen and and holders of All he carried a Small notebook in his and As he approached each group he would Bow and Lay i am collecting Money for a widow lady and her three they belong to a once proud but now cast Down if you will Aid them please ask no further but give what you see in the entire hotel the gentlemanly beggar Only received three donations of tie others waved him impatiently while some plainly told him he was an before leaving he said quietly to the three gentlemen who Hod Given him Money this will be repaid you tenfold to Morrow evening at this he then took the address of ask ing them not to fail to be m the parlor next evening to get to Cir and cautioned them to speak to no one of he was sir Orlando mat president of the Royal London society for the encouragement of Benev As a matter of before he got a Block away from the hotel every one knew All that be Hud said and and All considered him some crazy then a report got about that lie was an immensely Rich but insane English Noble who spent yearly hundreds of thousands in seeking those out who were willing to lend Aid to the and in rewarding them so according to his Cruc cd the cause of clarity might be in a general Way accelerated the next morning he come ask big and every Une on the look out for he first singled out the three gentlemen who had Given him Twentyfive cuts and very quietly passed each a Jor Elope containing and a Small upon which was printed give and you Ahau cast Yaw bread on the water and it shall be re turned to Yon remember the example of sir Orlando hat tenon you journey through sir Orla Udu a tenon took in do nations from the House that and it was noticeable list Thom whom his i ample had thus quickened were Verj car enl that be should have their Correct the same result followed in each of the of hotels and Sample rooms which he bad initiated on Theu igbo the third night with a sol emn returned to each donor of the previous night the exact tenfold prom it would be a Joy which i would con Sider cheaply said confidentially to a dozen if at tie Cost of half a million dollars i could teach the citizens of this Beautiful City to be thoroughly generous to the that night be was like tie ticket seller at the ten and even Twenty Dollar Bills were shoved at Bun on All so great had been the Awakening in the cause of Benevolence which the example of sir Orlando Ilat Terson had a benign smile Hov ered about and a tear that glittered betimes in his kind eve proclaimed the Joy his soul Felt As he shoved Bill after Bill into his and gazed with the look of a father upon Bill showed up to bean Lickman something Over eighteen thousand Well split Here suggested be ceased give Yon quoth let it be until tomorrow night i think i can raise a Little Bush Money on this Racket next night Beau Hickman went the and found of expectant converts waiting to sea sir Orlando mat one at a As fast be could do he would take one after another of the most prominent gentlemen aside and whisper in lint ear i have got a Little subscription Book Here which was handed to me by a Friend he took the train morning for new sorry you got sold on sir Orlan do Hes skipped ont that Canada the is that heres the Book with yom name in it for for gracious Don t show that notebook to any and my name off of will Yout returned scratch ing Over the name with his Pencil in kind a Short tonight Yon lend me till Tomor Row with a wry face the victim would pall Forth and placing Bill demanded in would quietly from the hotel to the that night the two worthies and the share of each Over twelve thousand both bean Hickman and Canada whose tricks on the unwary obtained Foi them thousands of died and were buried and the moral that no matter Bow much a Man dishonestly or by will sooner or later be found and doubtless die a deserted courier journal a lady writing from of the fashionable watering declares that Low necked Drew an abomination into whih it is the duty of to very and we most in simple Justice to that it is a duty that we lost an Opportunity to weat Lier brings to remembrance of the Elmira Gazette the remark of Prim and fastidious lady Matron to not a thousand of bit said the hot weather her sweat Don t on that Only the Salt Lake mormon Temple will in which it n used people usually sup either that a Bird flies because it is extinguish a and also animal life one of Queen Victorias has a seat that rocks with the motion of the vehicle a Union girl spoke of lord beacons Fields new Honor As the order of the a Connecticut plow factory is making Doo to fill an order for South there an a great of Large cities and manufacturing says the new England who an a stator to Baribe like or Liat it rows i stir along at a boat rowed through Keither of these sup posit Imis a Bird it not lighter than the does not float for when a Bird is Ahei on the Wing it to the ground just Fth quickly As a on the a Bird flies by its own Are not and can Bever expect any great Pees diary Success in agricultural but they Long for a borne when they can obtain a portico of Fri air living from tie such am May do Well to by these Small farms at the Low prices and Geould not Fly at All if it Wen not heavier tin look Tannill Feather and you will on each of Side of the Central Shaft or there to a thin portion which it called the vane on one Side Uthe Shaft is quite Broad and while that am tie other aide is narrow and stiff and looking at a Wing with the feathers in their you will tend that they Are placed so that they overlap a lit like the slats on a window each Broad value runs under the narrow vane of the Feather beside so when the Wing is moved each Feather is the stiff narrow vane of the one beside and the whole Wing forms a solid Sheet like a Blind with the slats after the Down stroke is finished and the no stroke the pressure is taken off from the lower sur face of the and begins to act on the upper surface and to press the feathers downward instead of the Broad vanes now have nothing to support and they Bend Down and allow the air to pass through the which is Dow like a Blind with the slats by these two the shape of the and the shape and arrangement of the the win resists the air on its Down stroke and raises the Bird a Little at each but at each up stroke allows the air to slide off at the and to pass through Between the so that no thing a few men die of almost All die of mental or bodily or the passions kill men even the common choked with has Little exaggeration in it for even though not suddenly Strong passions shorten Strongbox led men often die Young weak men live longer than the for the Strong use their and the weak have none to the latter take care of the former do not As it is with the so it is with the mind and the Strong Are Apt to like the to run out the to Burn the inferior which in regular and temperate have generally their prescribed term of the horse lives Twentyfive the of fifteen or Twenty the lion about Twenty the dog ten or twelve the Rabbit eight the Gumc Aisig six or seven these numbers All Bear a similar proportion to the time the animal takes to grow to its full but of the is one that Seldom comes to this he ought to live a Hundred according to this phys ologies i for five times Twenty arc one Hundred but instead of he scarcely on an four times his growing period the cat sir times and the Rabbit even eight times the Standard of measure ment the reason is obvious Man is not Only the Moat irregular and the most in but the most laborious and hard worked of All he is also the most irritable of All animals and there is reason to though we cannot Tell what an animal secretly that More than any other animal Man cherishes Wrath to keep and consumes himself with the fire of his own secret re a Babjar Aji when the father of the family feels his end he sends Lor the priest and begins to bargain Ith him about he and settles the details of hit having arranged All this Ano hit other worldly he feels Comfort ably prepared to leave the Ano when his agony to have a lighted taper in his his jaws hound up with a cloth and his eyelids the moment his pulse bos All the in the House Are turned upside Down to prevent by soul from taking Refuge in one of and great care is taken to prevent either Man or a cat or from stepping across his As other Wise he would turn into a and be a continual nuisance and a danger to his family and the whole within a few hours of death the body is without a in a shallow eighteen to Twenty four inches and Eft there for three Dur ing which time Many offerings of food and wine Are placed upon it at the end of the third year the Bones of the dead Man Are dug carefully put into a Linen Laid before the episcopal of which there is one in every Vil blessed by the and then finally varied for thus the bulgarian u Well taken Core of after his there is any reason to believe thai he has become a in that Case the grave is opened and the body Trasa fixed by a or a Nail is driven into his breast if the body is very Well pre then it is riddled with and the Earth stamped Down firmly upon or sometimes it is Burnt to ashes by a fire made of the first steel definite arrangements have been concluded by general the Emi nent chief Engineer of the Chicago and Alton for erecting the first All steel Bridge in general Smith will be says the Fitts nig by those of our readers engaged in Iron and steel manufacture by his connection with the United states govern ment Board for testing the strength of Iron and experiments for which were carried on at in Halls within a Tew Miles of the several Yean general Smiths studies have recently con Vinced him that steel Bridges can be built cheaper than those of he is further persuaded that there is no steel made in America equal to that made in the Bridge will be erected Over the mis Souri River on the line of the Chicago and Alton it will be of five spans of 850 feet the Elevation Over High water Mark will not be less than eighty at which height the Light steel rods of the Howe truss will look like cob but for All that the Bridge will have a bearing strength reached to but few existing structures in the the total amount of steel will be about equivalent to almost double that Quantity of the great Point in Smiths opinion is that steel has a far greater uniformity of tensile strength than running always above pounds or Square in the Public of Vienna a Bear underwent an operation for Cataract wat Blind in both a Strong leather Collar was firmly buckled around his and the attached Chain passed round the bar of the two powerful men pulled him so that a sponge containing Chloro Brm might be applied to his the first evidence of the action of the Chloro form was a diminution in struggles dropped then the the door of tie Den was and Bis Bead Bud upon a Plank Wen and the Bear was drawn Back into his s Den next morn ing be came out of his Den staring about caring nothing for the Licking Hie and evidently glorying in the recovery of sight us extermination of the greater Economy than they Are now Eon greater Echo Uuie Fin Hundred million dollars is a snug pelted to they after afew yet have amount of Pisa Cathedral and the famous leaning Tower is being nut in the aggregate value of the Petroleum exported from country was id 1801 it was death is the penalty in China for the authors of All Anonymous accusations o although the charge be seven billions of in in item Viates is tie value placed a pm the entire amount of Gold in the among the co Virta at the Auburn prison an fort two Twenty aix1 thirteen land on great Manitoulin in Lake which has lately been settled by the is now Worth per tie Moose mine in Colorado is situated on nearly the highest Peak of the South Park feet above the level of the Federal government acres of land open to Preemption in Cal including acres of till Able servant to Irish is some if you care to have it but in afraid its quite is it its in the boy to Bury it Square umbrellas an reported As the latest tilings in that we have been using Square umbrellas i Long time at least they an never round Oliree Hundred thousand acres of land have been entered at the land office in Walla Washington Dur Hiir the last year a parisian Mother gives her child a stick of and to teach it says what do children say when they get Candy i lore will of condescend to request the Handorgan Grandaw to i to cat my Yon and the sound is Werry when a preacher greases the seat of his breeches and attempts to slide into a political office be generally lands in the outstretched arms of the philosophers say that shutting the eyes makes the sense of hearing More a wag says that this accounts for the Man closed eyes that Are seen in a brass covering for a police officers coloured to resemble is the invention of a Connecticut if fighter seizes a he gets Only the jct Nevada instead of speaking of a deceased citizen As being widely and favourably remarks there wart a Saloon keeper in the state who didst ache to Trust in the riven of Canada Are varieties of ssh originally from Salt which can swim by Zigzag movements from the Bottom to the top of a Sheet of falling water fifty feet the elevated railway is a great Conven new York men can come Home ate at night and be landed on the tops of heir Bouses without waking up the to inc on the front turn o in our flight let me remember when last 1 Vas tight Wile in the her in at the door Yon All know How it v Xiv Lave been there no ill tie Lew remaining of Napoleon Bonaparte armies died lately in aged she went a rough the campaigns in Russia Anil Spain without a erratic of the new York undertook to overtake a horse car he other and says it nearly took Ireal Cardamon seeds Lave done tie same thing Dio after Thyce years in califor took part in a discussion of the Chi Nese question in and claimed that the chinese Are morally and mentally Superior to any other a California Coroner returned this ver for a Man who had been killed by c circular saw an upright a Good citizen and a Model but not no on the management of circular a pretty boy of 16 plays women parts a Texas actresses of ability icing scarce there but his dramatic use ulness is nearly for a moustache is beginning to show on his Dainty upper Moriah i Mariah i please let me in i did a Man to his who was looking jut of the window watching him trying o open the door with a toothpick Josh read on me key and its All flattened out damaged Straw May be profitably used As a mulch at tie rate of one ton to one and on half tens to the and will in crease the it is also highly Bene i isl when used Over top dressings of stable manure to preserve and absorb girls say awfully mag for act la for mercy it this thing Stop right dont let us have perfectly everlastingly or anything of that let the Lan Page have when Mary Walker was in a cell in he new York police station she awoke n the night and police plice lice i theres a Man in Here take him out i the turnkey rushed to the cell Only to find it a it marys pants longing on the bedpost How far an we from Andl asked a seasick Emigrant of the Captain of an Ocean we Are bout a couple Hundred Miles off Cape i was the and said far is Cape from the Acyl Scribner wants to know will step nto the High place left vacant by the death of Bryant let is it is now Lal past ten we will be Busy All but by about three Oclock n the afternoon Yon May reject All other applications for the it will be filled a new clerk in a drug Stonkas Dis charged the other Day because he didst Edow How to look Roll his eyes and say seventy five cents without turning red in the face As he handed ont a Little wider that Cost the concern about two cuts and a emotion and Nai Neas dont Hill Gilder went Home the other considerably intoxicated and of listed with double he sat for time with sleepy gaze riveted of and then quietly re marked Hope Boller if of two dont look enough like to Yung perhaps Yon had better be a Funky than a philosopher if you play Funky Mankind will look upon Superior to and you la flt and but if you play philosopher they will consider a a Supe for to and shun you 80 Josh a Georgia Dis covered a method of making pure brim Stone direct from Iron which found in inexhaustible quantities a Tice of successful Farmers in the Vicinity we know of men who have is Job and have succeeded grow More and More contented Ever but if a Young Man with Good and a training for agricultural ambitious to secure huge and productive farm from which to make and is Clear headed enough to ser where he can make a by by ing a Large be need have no fears std ont running in debt for a por Tion of it although we claim that a Man cannot make Money at farm ing in new England wholly on borrowed for which he must beside six per cent yet then an often offered in Market for so much less than their actual that a Ahrews Man need have no hesitation about buy ing and owing for a portion of it until such a time As he can turn the property into a great Many Are being sold in new England for about what the Wood is thus leaving a Home free of Cost lib in a Uit another singular development of insect life is that shown by the class known which Deposit their eggs within those of other being provided with an Ovipositor which them to Pierce the of the other in sects at tie moment they an laying their and thus depositing them inside of this singularly of Ibsen this docs not prevent the original egg from becoming duly hatched but in time the unhappy insect that thus comes into existence finds that it has to give itself no to the new life that is gradually develop and calmly yields no the the new insect or bisects some a great number of the smaller eggs an de posited in one of the other now have their own and they soon eat their Way out of the living House in which they have been and Fly away a in concern edly As if another life bad not been sacrificed the accompany ing sketch is that of a very pretty White and red Caterpillar that i found on the Eaf of a it appeared to be alive and As if resting for a moment on tie holding on to it with its Little while the wind caused the Leaf to Sway backward and observing what appeared to be regular Black on its i examined it More and found them to be Little arranged in regular order diagonally he Back and while observing it i saw ittle pairs of eyes peeping through tie and afterwards tiny months eating around the edges gradually Little and then an Arm was put and Brand by another Arm and then a exly drawn followed by two and instantly a pair of Gossa Mer wings developed and away flew the creature in the i counted no less than fifty of these and one by one there flew out of each an so that this poor Caterpillar had teen dragging out a miserable existence Ith a family of fifty foreigners inside of ready in due season to take Ion of Bis whole organization and con Vert it into a Birthplace and residence or on examining the Cater pillar after the last parasite had taken i found that whole Structure lad been converted into a compact a ung ement of and nothing was left no the original but its outer holding on with its Little feet firmly fixed n the while these fifty microscopic rates appropriated life to to get bid of hot Alum water recent suggestion As an says the Western t will destroy red and Black cock and All the Rawling which infest our Ake two pounds of Alum and dissolve it a three or four quarts of boiling water it it stand on the fire till the Alum Digap cars then apply it with a while Early boiling to every joint and Ore vice in your pantry and the Brush the crevices n the floor of the skirting or f you suspect that they Harbor in whitewashing a plenty of turn is added to the it will also serve to keep insects at a cock Roaches will flee the pain which been washed in Cool Alum sugar barrels and boxes can be freed from by rating a Chalk Mark just around the Edge of the top of the Mark must to or they will creep Over it rat a continuous Chalk Mark half an Inch n Width will set their at powdered Alum or Borax will keep the chinch Bug at a respectable Dis and travellers should always carry package in their hand to scatter ver and under their in where they have reason to suspect presence of such a Han a a Quarter of a Century ago then was a memorable conflagration at by which the entire business portion of the City was Laid in when the great Fin was at maximum a healthy merchant named who owned some of the establishments in the gazed for a few Momenta upon the work of and instead of folding Hia bands and weeping Over the went to Earest livery hired a flee footed Rode like John Kilpin during the remainder of the and before Day ight the next morning had purchased every foot of lumber and every Sawmill at grass Valley and Nevada then Nasbly no human being on Earth who would think of running off by the Light of is burning property in order to literally make his Fortune ont of the disaster sex Weot an Ncnulty did my almost immediately realized but of in Sale of his lumber fourfold much Loney As he had lost by the great Gnu Valley bom heal Tut most Farmers noticed that toning especially when they an crowded they always App Waak in the Hind and sometimes Low the use of them an intelligent far Mer says that be and baft made a practice of feeding in such us and that Small Quantity mixed with the daily feed will prevent any weakness and strengthen the so As to admit of the Mike rapid meal known to be a preventive of Ripple ail and weakness in it reasonable that it also should be a Benefit o which an Oft confined to diet containing but Little bom making in temporarily stationed a Pennsylvania daring the when be fill in lore with i the removal of rated lovers to meet m though both Northern Parton the the process Mahood to informed that adopted in Prussia for and the Brimstone about of Jean ago recently died at Phil Colorado benue 1 on third of tbsp Ricafor the ordnary Adelphia and left him part of ankle grand opening of new fall Winter goods at Childs Keinigs we Are now prepared to offer for Cash a Complete assortment of to elate in every department special in Brown and bleached special bargains in Gingham Cambric and special bargains in Cotton Dresa goods in and special bargains in and special b in and special bargains in Wool and Shetland special bargains in White goods and special bargains in gloves and special bargains in Galoost and Fanoy special bargains in silk ties and special bargains in Collar ettes and special bargain is we also have a very Large Stock of which we intend to sell at a very Small our Stock of cloths and cass1bieres is and we Are prepared to make warrant them to we Are determined to sell goods at a smaller profit than they were Ever before sold for in Cass Lotf Childs Atlantic and Robert successor to i alb in ill of Mic sigm pi1 of wagons and carriages mowers and All leading farm Corner 3d and Chestnut keeps a general 60tf Caps clothing and no 6 Chestnut Atlantic 6

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