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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 8, 1878, Atlantic, Iowa Law Tel Epact steal in Titi Tom a Noel one cop on one copy six one copy three i on 50 business 4 will attend to in any part of Fafa and adjoining and dam Box general having bad Large experience in Slock Raer and a Rood in dec of will attend to Calls in any part of and Hundred i Lars the Atlantic volume Cass May number 14 printing House or of to be would Yon know fair Char mat she beats in Lapdog in tier arms no vulgar Pride of in or mob car cars Cox in Hie fashion to Vise of smut o her voice is Ever Sweet and Low sue never lairs nor men Mii dances Watt exceeding crack nivre Les her nor Dahs her Rood music she can Salni Ami nor practice her six Houra a Day ran mite a a or Nasr a in you wish imn it need on cold Mutton can riota end sew a Button and and count a or in the Satiel address attorneys joins attorney at and notary will practice in the of ass and and office in Koum of the Sapir Tacklon i at breakfast Snelson Corr late at balls Neer bids me Carr tace wait i for exr else Neer fears to i Wilh scandals Toni Ruo Neer loves to talk i nivre nor slams uie Nur hens because the All were i ural of so nolo l won Sweet can Thea for my we Tel woo will nut in Marpert attorney at office Ner 5th and h of lab a Winter Thiros giving eve i a Beautiful with the touch of Frost in the delicious and a Brilliant indigo thickly studded with like of at Law and solaris in a Small neat room on the upper will practice in nil the i most floor of a history a courts of the a Complete it of Petite Young Lily stood at the one win Dow thoughtfully watching Tho motion and glitter a the Street on a conch on Tho other Side of the apartment Lay a Middle aged Evide fitly what is thought herself and in truth Maria Carll was one of those unambitious creatures Whort Tho world pities and despises she had been reared in that nieu Vinolo Punio of society known As genteel superficial class whose Heads and hearts arc As empty an their and Whoso ilium is poorly abstract to Laws and town lots i furnished on special attention gives to a ulucious and the quieting of cubt1s attorneys at will practice in the corals of and adjoining count also in the supreme Otlien 4 doors a crib of court East Side Chestnut justices of the Justice or Tbs Obice Over Conrads All col lec Tlona entrusted to me will receive prompt made Short Rotbard in Neon office in Conrads room Branch office at Teeth extracted with Little or no pain office Trout room Over its Lions a approved and twelve years nitrous oxide for extra Ecung m 7 ass Isaac land Beal Elute and tax paying k office Over me Walnut id House Eclectic physician and of face la he drug special attention riven to surgery and All chronic Hajj was Phye Ciani residence and office on Maple South of 4th 7tf will will attend promptly to or office at cars Carriage Victora 12tim and Siren to Chro ulc Bonial attention fancy All work warranted to blvd at the port of bloc will receive tire of Solomons duos much As in tiber one nor Tho other toil nor at Twenty she had sold herself to a Rich old whose childless trip or she had been for who could not make her own Caps no More than she could earn and who Ronld not Tell a mortgage from a lore Nwoka one fatal morning and found herself As poor As she Bod been in the Davs of her she Felt that the Only role of life loft her was that of interesting invalid in reduced Eirons and she assumed it it was crashing my dear g i assure and i shall never recover from she Wae wont to behind her handkerchief of worn and ancient on this thanksgiving co she awoke from a prolonged and saw hot Palo and pen beside the blurred by Tho delicate fros tracery of the Early night have Yon made up your mind Linnie she have fal Torad the Young sighing As she turned from the window and paused before a Large gloss in magnificent Span ish Bly had just burst Iota Foi those Rich leaves and the of the creamy Flower around memory of a love sweater than life and enduring As immortality it was on one delicious april morning that Erie Warford brought her thu Young bulb with it croon just breaking through the Sand and water of the Crystal and bade her Tenc it carefully in memory of the were not p1or then As they Wen i key Nan pretty and she had plenty of work colouring photograph Fine Sang nudity Iutuk by dreams of her Lover and her future when she should be his it was Spring and the Daya were Lon Irand and she was bnus6ed with life and All it might despite the peevish and enter nil a openings of her burdensome it was Winter and the Days were Brief and with storm and she had no and the Hist Penny of her earnings was All her hand some dresses and precious trinkets were in the the last Opal was dying out in Tho and the crumbs in the cupboard would not have fed the one Sparrow for whom Una of Erie she had not heard since the Day on which he had brought her the Sony Muir he might be or he might be or the haughty and eccentric old Grandfather might Hare ejected him into some love selfish dont to uneasy about the Little Erie had said at the old gentleman has never refused ire audio will not oppose me seriously in such a momentous matter As before this Lily Flowers shall be my and he will quite proud and fond of you As he in indulgent of but that was Long ago and so she thought of Tho inexplicable absence and bile race of a Diamond Dewdrop fell my flashed to the heart of Tho she had another suitor Wood old and Odd and Rich and Yon Are a Annible Youngho said one and i not pleased pretty on withered lips deut Zovtis a beside out six Miles Southeast 426m Mcphee sox attorney at Law cd of unclaimed legacies and moneys in Germany and to Fennec be it of Here at Law and Lega All of which can be col i wish to stale to the Ivo Sally the Gennana and French that 1 facilities Lejero estates and mine a one next of heirs at and in Loreice con trl for Par Lien i am con Nacua Esau Arency in it u to collect pm Selsand monies for parties in and other nor flair von Hare bad Rich or Jou we Siuw Inch i the Case with but Mettle act the Samc aristocracy dots not shh co in any tin Pipiou is ignore the Fona Man Isle of affection la la pfc looked was be or ver Bose what did the queer twinkle mean a his Jolly Blue eyes he went for on if you will Only Call non me or write i ice me their names and i Ceato nne angled facilities for bul Nate East ear one heirs at any part o United states and and aug Lor collecting have Correa Pondexta to nearly every City of the East lean also Buin patents to Laid All Thow who have not yet received their original patents irom the govern at Wai nent at and 1 can rive if required id references in Colorado business attended to and charges moderate to Tuit the mesh Call at my office or Debasi atty at is St i need a who is and would make my Home the Day she becomes my wife i shall Settle upon one half my what do you Linnie i faltered Tho Pink from the bands of her dark a stir to Tho ruffle of simple tulle that circled her pretty i have chosen miss was the Businesslike ton wish to buy me she Caling with sudden or Gilmour laughed a his Jolly being neither Hurt nor offend it is the Mode nowadays Tat hearts to be bought and is there one perfect love marriage a a my girl i should be kind to von in our Case there should Beno Cathetro Romance of the Uncle the Rose and All that sort of a think it Over think it i will speak to your and von can if not too and the hour had come and her de anon not and her aunt was try have not made up your mind Tot Tou say and Gill your expect a Ianswer i in Poss mean to refuse quavered Sulu and i must go on firing this sort of starving and Long Hac asked Thorn every Day for the Twenty Linnie was silent and her heart was Tho most common would scarcely have cared for the sort of life Linnie had led with the map riotous like All Noble Linnie bad exaggerated every deed of real and a her gratitude forgot the Petto the senseless and the unjust Burden of responsibility imposed non her Young what have i not done for me Linda Are Yon deaf that Yon stand there be a Stone idiot and never answer will Yon marry or will Yon refuse him and let your poor old sick aunt lie Here and die of despair and poverty and then the sobs began to and she pleaded As Only such a woman for such a cause can be my dear it a Fol save my and it will be a ing to Gilmour is an exceptionally Fine and once his wife Yon would want for and thus she persuaded and Unta the girl almost yielded surely Erie Warford has nothing to do in causing Yon to hesitate f answered i am ashamed of cried her roused into a fury of Sham have you not self re Spect that Yon still care for one who treated Yon infamously t to May be dead what a silly Lunatic Yon Are to be sure Erie May have a Rich whom be will find it Plant Able to please a Bat it b profoundly evident to me that when Young Man left Yon he did not intend to he is just the sort of a Man to amuse himself a a flirtation at for gracious Sake dont let Gilmour suspect anything of the girl her dark eyes Alba and her delicate Obechi Ishall Tell emphatically declared and then if still desires me for a i will Many she had scarcely uttered her decision when her elderly suitor the gentleman looked curiously doubtful and perhaps his old heart was not an icicle after All i then i can never Hope that Yon will love me he observed after listening to what Lofanie bad to Tell him of Erli she turned non him her White under that impassive mask thought that to the Day of her death she should carry a passion haunted heart begging your Aba replied was not this to to a business transaction Only he smiled at the ready which we must discuss and arrange a a sure and proper he Aid made his departure Only half shortly after various and most la articles for a Superb least was sent up to the it to we shall have on thanksgiving said and that night her dreams were those of the gratified and not so the Young girl who Lay by her aide Forlin Nioras wretchedly sleep less and remorse fully and All night through the dusk of the chamber her Lily Flower gleamed just As ghostly As her own troubled thanksgiving morning and the merry Bells poured out their peals on the Sweet Crisp Beautiful women a furs and velvets and diamonds passed even within the Bells thousands of hungry slivered with and thousands of homeless men and women could say Witt the persecuted the foxes and Tho Birds of the air have but the son of Man hath not where to Lay his i wonder if the world is Ever As thank Ful for the Good it Baa done As for Good it has received Linnie that All her life Long she bad been hampered and and now Aba was the football of a destiny that it see Aad impossible to much As she esteemed she shrunk from such a soulless Union with him As she would have done from any other thing that desecrated woman cursed be the social wants total am Seal not its cuned dentine social lies that Warp us Tram Las living in attic Over and Over again Linnie quoted this anathema from Loe Kaley marvelling if Ever she a the life to Home should be Strong and Brave enough to drug her the thanksgiving that she bad was and her rela Tive Faa Neasy when Gilmour Linnie Shiv ered As she saw my dear do you repent yet of Promise he asked a Promise is to me and but were Erie Warford Atoff living he has broken his Iowa to the laconic perhaps not perhaps he is and is perhaps to is on his Way to you even fihe straggled to and fund her startled eyes upon his von have something to tall Aba what is it t for the opened door and admitted Erie i have brought my grandson to Cah non miss he the girl heard nothing except bar lovers fond and passionate and nothing but Bis desk so in a it tube of Cowf Monue Mesam Metal Molesi Iff Law Hsu Elsis in the Early nut of the year general who was in command of the Federal forces in apprehended two Confederate upon he adjudged to be and executed them by bang the Confederate government when it to a knowledge of this averred fast the two captains who bad thus been Sam scarily executed by Gen eral bum Side were not and re solved non i Kwiim of retaliation by hanging two Federal of overs of equal shortly after this Captain Sam Uel of the fourteenth Kentucky Federal was captured and confined in Libby and the con federates refused to parole him for is that they would hang him an offset to one of the spies Hung by subsequently a Large number of Federal officers were and these wore All confined a Libby Riehmond after the con federates had obtained pos Saarima of a these Offles there was an order issued by Oan aral Provost marshal of the that All the Federal captains then prisoners of should draw to ascertain which two of the whole number Aronld be executed by Way of retaliation for the Kentucky on morning of the 6th of the tone banded Omeera in Libby became almost jubilant Over the news beat bad arrived at City Point for the purpose of conveying the Federal prisoners to this Good was followed by an order for All captains in the prison to report in one of the fewer this following to close upon the at the arrival of boat was Regar aaa Sou t concluded that the Cap e ordered Down for the purpose of being paroled preparatory to being conveyed to and that other Ooleta would soon the officers who bad been left were a a state of in tense anxiety to lean what disposition was to be made of the they waited above an boor a this state of or Parr when All the captains returned except not a the same High spirits a which they bad left on the a the deepest they bad been forced to draw in a lot Tery in which the prise was two of Thair number had drawn this of Alae Henry save re of the first new Jersey and John of the fifty first Indiana when had reached the mrm the f prison informed them that a had a very painful duty to perform that had been ordered that All the captains should draw to ascertain which two of them Aronld by Way of retaliation for spies Bung by general after be had written the name of each on a Small slip of paper and deposited it a a Box be than informed them that they of their own number to draw two names from the and that the two thus drawn would suffer death by after consultation they the lots should be drawn by the venerable Chap Bun of the fifth Maryland who was accordingly sent for and consented to perform the solemn and the re sult was that captains Sawyer and Flinn Dow the prise of after Tia All the have Sawyer and were returned to their former of death by banging was Wormall passed non to take place at some time and place to be named by president they were returned to the prison and confined to the cells for some but after a time they were permitted to Lemafa with the other officers during the Day but fastened a cells der of the Federal gov emment non learning of the condemnation of Sawyer and and believing the condemnation to be immediately ordered general Fitzhugh Lee and Captain son of general Winder who were then Confederate a the hands of the into close and informed the Confederate authorities that if Sawyer and Funn were executed Lee and win der would suffer a the when the Confederate authorities Learned this they modified Ribeir treatment of Sawyer and Flinn and placed them on the same footing with Othef Federal Pris of the the Day of execution never named by the Confederate pres ident Sawyer and Funn Ware paroled with others and sent to by boat on the 14thof Robert fun Ladelpha the organisation and operation of the corps of sharpshooters of he army of Northern Virginia will if not for the general at least for the Intelli gent military the interest that naturally attaches to every movement now a the details of the a serv ice the necessities of which developed Many expedients before unknown a the annals and Soi Enoe of there were connected with manner of Independent and advanced which cannot bom their unique and striking to possess a common interest for it was the Fortune of the All the ro3 Manos and Glamour of War and to these was added enough of danger to make the service and placed Between the lines of the two great armies they saw at least the beg a of All and had the first intimations of that pleasurable the Waudia which Battle Ever brings to heart of the True their time was not spent a weary wait ing for the order to Advance nor Wen except in ran subjected to the trying ordeal of remaining quiet under with no Power to return the compliment from the earliest opening of Battle to tragic close the ears of the were made familiar with the Peculiar music of the and their whole mind was exercised in the problem of affording As much annoyance As Possi ble to the a Batalion was com posed of one eight commissioned ton one Hundred and sixty four scouts and two specially selected and drafted from each these were divided Fate four equally As it was a matter of the utmost importance that men should be chosen of tried courage and Steadi who were Good marksmen and possessed of the requisite great care and caution were exercised a the company commanders wore ordered to present none for duty with the sharpshooters who did not Home up to the Standard while the commandant of each assisted by Bis Lieuten personally superintended the examination of All recruits offered for this Branch of the the company officers a the corps were equally set apart for their military reputations with respect to Coal intelligence and personal gallantry As soon As the requisite num Ber of men was obtained a separate Camp was and a every respect Tho command was placed on an Independent Asfa ease of a regi directly to brigade thus closely associated rank and file soon Learned to know and to rely non each still further to in crease this the companies were subdivided into groups of something like Tho de Battille of Tho French these groups messed and slept and were never separated in action save by its casualties of disability and the further strengthening of this body of troops was Bojied to to accomplished by thorough when Bignold were playing Henry a Sinns new Park a practical Loke was played upon one of the it had been customary to stick the stalk of a Leek a an Apple and compel pistol to eat it on the last night of the play of the brother actors substituted a real Leek for the and the trick was not discovered till too late to make a Beu Kwas Given to and he was ordered to eat it in vain he glowered at Fanellen and pretended to eat a vain he blasphemed under his it was business to beat him with a Cudgel until he ate the and Fanellen carried ont his part to the at length a desperation pistol ate the nauseous choking and gulping to keep his revolting Stom Ach quiet till be got never was text quoted with More than when he cried any one who Baa read a play can form some idea of the study required of an a not Only the but also the spirit of text not Only dear but also the proper flexion of the voice not Only the but also the attitude and facial expression All Equire constant and a pier Glass becomes an almost absolutely Nec Essary attribute of an actors judge then of the bravery of a Stock company at the old Brooklyn who were once compelled to act a play on one Days in that time they Ronld get neither text nor but learn ing the spirit of the they made up text and gave each other the notto voice and so Well did they act their that none a the save Thule who knew the were aware that they bad been listening to an immense amount of stage fright is Seldom a source of trouble to any but a new Man it does it is Apt to cause most Peculiar in the play of Joer isee the one of the texts spoken by the Valet is my a Man wishes to see your the actor who played the port of Volet stood outside his Entrance studying these words till he got his and then walked in and said my a Carriage wishes to see your the next night another actor stood by and just the one gave him his but on embryo was bound to have his Carriage and he again said my a Carriage is waiting to speak to your the laugh which Fol Lowed was not lessened by Joorissen or Dering him a a Gruff voice to show the California Ham pm the taxi changed and of a week in your own ii outfit if Yon want a my nil near at which persons of either sex can Saake Areat pay All the time they to Hallett 66 you forget Mel Fay greatly ton Are retorted Comour Sho forgot herself when she allowed you to direct her a pigment and her heart she would have gone to the altar like a Lamb to the after bail convinced her it was Ner ton would have sold her to me that pm might lie a idleness and dont be selfish i want to have word with the Little Lofanie tamed and put ont both bar pretty hands with a Little gesture of of axing before she Ronld speak i was bitterly disappointed when Erie refused to Marva Rich woman i had chosen for of Nolly i made conditions with was to stay looking to my Busi while i was to Home Here and if you proved to be All he repro i agreed to withdraw my Objet the boy believed Yon m that no of silent absence could make Yon forgot but my child Tinevra bad a thought of allowing Yon to sacrifice Yousrah Tab proud of my so they were Happy except who considered herself the most a writer a Magazine this describes the nuns of an ancient Creek Baa Tolfa a the Island most remarkable a that Gjoni of is the greek Thea we descended from the quarries under the Arches of an Aqueduct to the a few walk brought Otto the a most impressive first sight Oftle beading is obtained by from the Road into a vaulted which emerges in front of the on three sides the a the curve of the auditorium Rise in re eed fac to the confused by self Alfrom the dim Light of the they seem like the countless rip plea from a atone falling in Calm to traces of the stage remain except the Casals la Camilla the Queen of the was born a where lived her a musician from warm sky of France never looked a More at Tractive child than she was alive to All the Subtle mysteries of sound and she too Beauy the through the Long operas she gazed and never growing rapt a childish at the see of six she found Hor her father was also organist at Tho Church of the holy one night the stood listening while the choir per formed the mass of St solemnly Tho great Organ tones Clear voices of Soprano and Tenor Rose upon the but the dark haired with Tho Broad brow and Sweet parted listened not to the mighty Norto the but enchanted for to the inarticulate passion and sorrow of the Violaa Chang Hemasa Wasi conclude and As the Little girl held to her fathers band a Thev walked she broke the silence by announcing in a firm i wish to learn to play the her wish was Gratis and a the incredible space of one year she makes her and the chief paper of Nantes had a violinist a pose More firmer and easy never was a Bow guided with greater precision than by the same Little whole de very made All the Moth in under these which Are yet infrequently busied with dressing a the instrument gives ont a purity and sweetness of tone Moat re soon after this signer Urso took her to Paris and applied for admin for her to the they she too and a Only hear said the so the Little sprite appeared before the most exacting Mesial Inry the world Ever Bettr Ami and Meyerbeer were among the they Beard retired for incessant study for three often twelve hours a paced Ner beyond All other to acquire that steadiness of position for which she is so remarkable she placed one foot a a Sau cer Waffle of breaking the dish was sufficient motive for keeping the feet Mot forum Tomato our simple contrivance an indebted for Ursos wonderful accuracy and agreeable repose of manner while at before ident of the the use of the refrigerator ears on the sentral Pacific Union Pacific rail ways has made California fruit familiar inmost of on but with this familiarity much of its High credit has passed who a travelling in California and whom we know to be a practical writes this of the fruits he bos found there while it grows that of almost every it is generally by those who Ore Best informed on the sub that their or the Apple and Pear at while they attain huge ire inferior a Quality to those grown a the portion of the Atlantic states where they Are grown most largely and i think it is generally admitted that the same a a greater or less exists Between and other the apples i have from time to time for the lost two Are insipid a comparison with the same varieties grown with us a was trip York Jujube same differ it jul follow Withine Hufe evaporated or the strawberries and other Small f mite Are almost exclusively grown by the free use of i Riga which unquestionably gives Large size at the expense of Fine i am inclined to the opinion that the foggy so characteristic of this state taken a connection with the wonderful Fertility of the soil and Imga tend to give size of prod cd but wanting a flavor or my other Are forcible and Tho efforts to trough of masonry at the front to con in Ibe curtain contrary to the ens Tom of the Modem the curtain rolled Down at the opening of Tho this theatre is one of the largest Ever bunt among the greek theatres of which traces remain probably Only two equalled it in seating the entire population of the modern aty would find room on the seats which yet Many of the upper tiers Are the theatre used to accommodate nine years of age she Louis then their own engage 5 May be made by either right particulars improve your spare i stay a this which wont be after done for How can Yon be so Erneldo positively wicked returned her delicate form univ eng is from a and another scalding to dropped into the heart of the Yon inn visa i l snapped Warll cot take Younnen you were so half starved baby and w As my own i not clothed and educated Yon and Given Jonn Homet Nutly to this is the of my said the Beneficent woman she team very Tang be returned thousand Parsons the new grand Bonsant Paris a Fol seat Leas than standing in the orchestra and Oon Aldering the great distance of the re Moter it easy to understand Why the ugly and unnatural were Al ways retained a the greek for without reinforcement of the voice by the mouthpiece it would have been impossible on the higher tiers to distinguish the words of the the or extends from the top to the Bottom of the Hul above the fifteenth Row of seats a Broad Corri Dor the lower seats of the aristocracy from those occupied by the common on corridor Are in Large Reeb the names of of is tyrant and of pm Listie and Queens of giving titles la by Ireat divisions of the state your Saia a Detroit lawyer the other Day Bent a Bill away a his Vest pocket began his suppose the Man Liv ing next door wants to put a Bam right against my coming within two feet of my House he cant do any neb replied the i want to put my Bam up against his remarked the client go right and few he Wasso charmed that be promised that if he should Over Advance in position and influence she might claim his Protection and Camilla never reminded him of his referring to depend on her own Powers Fot Worms at ten of for age Djreo accepted an Offei of one tear in she appeared in Many concerts in Ahe went to Europe and vim Ted the of her earner went the of the minister of Fine sent for her to play never be before so bal m the Beautiful Esi end with their rendered her lord Cowley and Olard were among her so loaded with honors and pros f societies and us after four Mono Down Wash Hotot it the descent of it Washington on sled is a sensation for whose enjoyment most men would be willing to endure bumping to certain although Tho experience of sergeant done May be considered somewhat too severe to find compensation in the otherwise pleasurable Novelty of his sergeant being recalled from the elevated position which he has occupied watch ing the wind and the weather on the top Tomt started to Home Down on a sled constructed to slide Over the track of the Mountain Lear ing one Man in charge of the signal serv ice station at the the sergeant and private Murphy started on their Long All went at the Speed of fifteen Miles an until Jacobs As the High and Steep trestle work is was Here ser Geant Cone determined to make the dangerous part of the trip and private Murphy stepping off the the ser Geant started without company on the Down As the ditch was reached where the Road descends about one foot in the sled suddenly took on the Speed of forty Miles an hour with the not unnatural result of Slewing the sergeant off Over the aide and Landing him in a one Hundred feet on his there his com Panion found insensible made the journey to the foot of the Mountain telegraphed for Aid from Littleton returned and picked him still insensible at but brought him to the Fabyan whore medical skill made him As right As could be this is variety of Railroad Accident which has a interest All its the travel on sleds Down Mountain railways with a Grade of one foot in three is not Likely to become usual Mode of and the disastrous termination of this Experiment May be regarded As conveying none of the lessons ordinarily drawn from casualties on the rail the most obvious Point is the fact that sergeant Cone must have had a most glorious slide before he came to such sudden hot Ion in the blessed Santib Sun that stretches like a world of Sun Abaft the smoke of the past de was the richest tits in the it was the Home of Prince Ehule who settled there with a number of French even he was scarcely a conspicuous figure in the splendid society that ruled he and his French Madcap found Peers in revelry and combat among the Swarthy flon they sprung from the loins of King Charles and were spiced up Here and there by a flavor of the Best blood that Over flowed through Indian the blood of Osceola and his it was s Rich it was the very hotbed of the proud Art floor sled bore As nowhere men fought at the drop of a men car ried their characters in their pistol in a careless glance Adown a Derrin Ger and a twitch of the forefinger was the Only answer an insult received in those Money was lavished like no people on Earth were Ever so so easily and carelessly As the old shareholding a Man who owned one Hundred slaves might look for an income of a year from Tho increase of hot his labor and gratuitous As it of course paid enormous of course he lived like a there Are scores of the old formerly occupied by Ticae a and the Seal of Silapa on the now hardly spare an Odd dime or that a new Binge May be procured to hold Tho creaking Gate to its the houses Are heavy and dreary in Many costs Only a Corner of the mansion is and the rest is Given Over to bats and the grounds Are Cov ered with rank and and Quail Are startled from their covers As the visitor walks with the it is inexpressibly reddening to think of the departed glory Fra things about the Superb old Vun Tynce Detroit grand opening of new Spring goods 3 at Childs re whigs we Are now prepared to offer for Cash a Complete assortment of tub latest noyelth8 in every department that mbastomm61imw special bargains in Brown and bleached special bargains in Gingham Cambric and special bargains in Cotton Dreis goods in and special bargains in and special bargains in and striped special bargains in Wool and Shetland special bargains in White goods and special bargains in gloves and special bargains in Gallons and fancy special bargains in silk ties and special bargains in Collar ettes and special bargain is we also have a very Large Stock of models i High Ufi its 0no returned Europe from then of de ii ghetto herself and the principal cities of this her fiddles Are four i a Tomb was and rolled at a Amati is also her Lor she has a standing offer of Lioun o the sex Hon of made by mire her Bow was made in in her single minded in Ifni Devotion to her she her she is no of the to new be inferior to those Crown on higher either for raisins it is probable that want of popularity of California say be of fag to an inherent want of an essential element in the in corroboration of fore lot me mention that White Are grown plentifully and sold Here and also canned in urge yet the canned peaches that Quaty and the Sweet com that it highest Price is canned a Noria who co i Mcra life i Sulf the cd rom isum us to what social class do the great of our lunatics and to what Grade of society does the striking apparent in crease Point the Large majority of under Legal restraint undoubtedly belong to the pauper on the 1st of of the total number of patients a asylums and else where a round numbers about were and Only private these How fail to convey a Correct statement of the relative amount of insanity oust ing among the class of Tho originally poor and uneducated masses and class above because a a consider Able number of instances members of the Middle and still higher classes have become the wealthy insane Lemafa very frequently at and do not appear a the official we believe this class to be very probably we get a glimpse of it from the census of which contained idiots and imbeciles and we have Good reasons for knowing that this return was very far Short of the vet it exceeded the number Given by the lunacy commissioners a the same year by a Large number no doubt lived with their families because they Ronld Well afford to keep them at none would be a receipt of or they would have appeared a the com missioners report another most important qualifying consideration remains relative numbers of the classes of society from which the poor and the Wel Todo Are several Yean ago the scotch timoted the classes from private patients Are derived at Only about an of the entire population of Scot land a proportion which would make Thorn at least relatively numerous m the pauper no doubt in England the corresponding class of society is a larger one but whatever it a calculation based upon the relative proportion of different social a this country would vastly reduce Hsum it is Kew buy Tennity a Onette we too kit wife considering their Sta Jwj targe t Only about two ii Dalees wot right to gig of Man As for Fortune tellers and their numbers Are and Are on the increase but luckily this class of people have been so often and to thoroughly ventilated As to Call for nothing but Mere perhaps the most curious fact lately unearthed about the world of women a that there Are several respectable Young technically la Dies in dress and social and really females of Good who serve a secret the purposes of Art As the writer of this sketch is acquainted with an estimable genuine lady a education and earns about ten dollars a week As a Model for a life she keeps this act a profound own Mother is not aware of the fact is a the writer having ascertained it through a visit to an artists studio during the lessons of a life clan of Art inquiring into this mat ter further the writer discovered that the Young lady a question bad a Yafa at tempted to secure employment in writ translating or Trade was on the verge of starvation with her of when s Lucky hint suggested livelihood of a which was finally and Success fully Only after severe self struggles and under conditions of Tho most profound a prominent with whom the writer held a conversation stated that the Supply of models was at present greater than the demand and that the majority of models in the City of new York were not Only Well formed but Well a really Superior class of persons forced to exhibit themselves by the a Model quite a a Enugu is a Young another Model has recently been married to a Young Painter who fell a love with her from seeing her As a Model a a life class which he Psi then and from All reports tha daring unconventional Painter has worthy occasionally in our Bettt even in on Best i is rumoured that ladies do not hesitate to serve As partial models for busts or or for classic to please popular artists or to gratify their own by these Are isolated cases and Call for by the merest passing the most tvs Romnus Mak eve Portsmouth Man was going East with his wife last and the train started off while he was talking to his he grabbed hold of chucked her on the jumped after Herand away they went fifty with his wife shriek Fai and tearing her hair on the and a woman he never Law before Gotaj into High pressure in the ear calling him a monster and yell pm Sav me i by a terrible mistake he had got hold of the wrong and the Eon refusing to listen to his explant kicked him ont of the brakeman chucked him into the the sheriff met him before he was Hal Way Back to town and put Handcuffs on and when at last he got Home he saw his business partner holding his wife on his Lap and telling her that there Wen men a the world who loved her mud better than her faithless husband aver he says the next time he to m a Fol which we intend to sell at a very Small our Stock of cloths Alfrd Ca is and we Are prepared to make and warrant them to we Are determined to sell goods at a smaller profit than hey were Ever before sold for in Cass Childs Atlantic and Iota Robert successor to 3 ii dealer is All kinds if Ulian wagons and carriages aim and All farm Corner 3d and Chestnut keeps a general repair 60tl Caps clothing and no 6 Chestnut Atlantic 8

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