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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 25, 1878, Atlantic, Iowa Rob Lidd a tort Ebdo Trdat editor us proprietor at to lilt steal Bossy it 1erm of one copy one year 00 Oneco Pyell months one copy three months a business i k will attend to full in r pail Adjui Lului and a 01 my Laving Ima twin Filer Imsiek Una a Cood and Fri Toik wih us incl to in any Art o or in sat Naclion Box the Atlantic Cass september attorneys jobs attain re at and Xot Arv if ill practice in the court of and Sil Thiec in editorial Kolin of the James t attorney at office in Sharps Money to loan at lowest real if Tate and told at will Praet Iee in Ibe courts of and Auxin the Supre if office 4 North of court East Chestnut Street a fris uni Meh Jet Ortr at Atic Irja Jackson real estate and in rank office Southwest Corner 5th and Chestnut justices of the pc stick or tub m Odice Over Corroda All sections entrusted to will receive prompt Short got and surgeon office in Oon Rajs room Branch office at Teeth extracted with Little or no pain office front room Over in suing i approved qualifications and twelve years nitrous of id for extracting 3s t ass land Isaac land physician and tonic Ray occupied it t a surf a or Maco Jirek will give per Lal attention to of women and Mihee Corner of and Cliet nut Atlantic Msj tits Ellch Ilu Kuian and of face in drug special riven to sur cry and All chronic w do a Kauwal if Puri cans Leiden cd and office of Maple South f 4th w ill will attend promptly to All Calls Day or office at residence in Victora Listini Occidental Atlantic this House is new and All in Good Sample rooms 82ily Carriage Harding 4 Carriage buggy tops and made to Light and heavy always on All repairing promptly at tended shop door South of a 49 and general is Council Plain and fancy All work warranted to give orders left at Tho port office will receive prompt Atten Tion 752lv Jacob auctioneer in both the end Lush and Ger Man i Pink entire Satin faction wherever be he Charvet reason for further address him at Winou six Southeast of 43gm Oak a Maidens Down there non the a talk i Possiel them for them 1 wonder Iii Daro 00 Mai up incl 1 saw him on uie be Tea cd me 1 could not help say softly uie maid Ani now none May smiles and Wundes her habits mini Lull or admin Tae pan cum a Cwm unto the very room Max received his Well mat the love r finite within Tho open across the Oaken he stand ctr All uie while Forf Flocs the Maiden one Asher u Dower of Snow Anil to you no All the flame Tuat Down the stairs she Mph euros at ked prompt attention Given to Smith Mcann Fox Blanks Blanks the among other Legal May be found on Sale at the Telegraph steam printing office warranty quit claim Keal state chattel Bonds Lor conors of Fie Icisie us original original Justl Cas writs of teachers Gami Ahee notice of iut Ricl town lip notice by Board of directors receipt books Lor Load Ordinary hotel an Lubec for Public Hottot bound in Hooks of 100 or 50 each notes order books Lor township order books for District draft books for hankers or Pivot Lea of protest for notaries Boldea the above we Hare other to ail about fifty All kinds of Blanks made la order on Short notice and at Low orders mail filled Lake 3tf transparent teaching and amusement important to parents and 20 Art tic All the entire pack sent ire for 85 cents currency or Van Dell 4 30 Ann the hour before Tho inst so Tombor Nyu Lind Como in nil Tumir Wlton Tho Cool Nir no Rcd Ito in of ufos and Thoro win Tho first Nir Kostiou of Unis of Tho Diug glory of in Nimori time in Tho red Pohl ntmo3pher list Lintig silently Over the nud Liko Boms ill Patio Over thu Lowland and lil Ancho Carroll not on Trio Low door Stop of Tho Init Hill Loon her that looking out Ali rough Trio with Wistful Iris that were Xiluo an Cha Vena to ttys it scorned to since those other not yet n year gone if Pine Wlms fico was half Nisi count in Tho lilo Angh Ono Choso to Call the it Imatt that wrist of Between of Sho had Sci Vii in Sony was Linsi Nairn Hud been is us in and Deli Iii Iii Fasly Shinji Aud Bil Hail ii nil her eighteen years of joyous known what it to n Tor it yer buy of ready to Lorro ail Caf Ami servants it the girls toil trips to the cout Bulut whenever the fancy thou to trim Ami a win Boncho cannily Hai Franai the lips of Hor falter that must oven to Lur Juuls Ami and Vitili co Hia name not he for the Lirett time in his a week after that which and led the Moat of nil possible Toiuo one Hail come to and the Verv blackness of darkness to her Why trl Linc of How Roll was Fondl in Oille pit exp t was not vet Dei Blouir he Rolla sea it r Rvl never having her she had loved father with Ilin Bla and u he Wai detail the ror lil yawned with no Nuriu her and Iuie did net remain n Hundred pounds in to Ide world she i old cull her poor Bluit Chu and Jot it was not Tho very worst Tho worst of was Elmer Westcourt with of those whom the had implicitly believed were Whoso defection earned Sho could readily exist without Bat Elmer Westcourt to Hail been All that was most most run lest in masculine human to him she had looked with almost the reverence of a devotee t her Patron Saint his physical Beauty had commanded Ler passionate his qualities of mind had called out nil her keenest and his peculiarly mss Terf no Way had taught Tho girl for the first time n her life How Sweet it was to be gov there had never been an engagement tween add yet Blanche bad been so positively sum be loved she had soon it in his time and so had More than ouch listened o suggestive words Hoad n his thrilling Sho with Good built the most Beauty no castles of their future and iad been Only waiting Bis pleasure to when her trouble came to with All other summer and left without a without a to think what she o suffer or As the cose might in her her sorely wound de her desolation of Blanche rns bed away ram no among the Green Hills of camber ant Sho was not mistaken in sep rising she had one Pember although personally a stranger o Blanche knew Hod been a warm Friend in girlhood of her dead and so it came to pass that Blanche Carroll made her Home in Tho tenant with duties and pleasant she was bravely striving to forget her bitter and the sound of Elmer Westcourt a and the look in his Sho was thinking of nil this As she sat in the that Breezy sep tember and into the Beautiful Blue Eva bid come snob a Wiston Onesi and heartsick woe that Motherly looking up from her saw Trio Itoi never do Sho said ranch that her emphatic tones brought a sudden Doah of color to Blanche it will never Way Yon allow yourself to Brood on thine that Ynn cant i am really delighted to think John will to Home to lie will take you in and make Yon give up your use less which Only seem to make Yon Bach n blessed old boy As my John and to handsome i confidently expect it till to a cose of Mutual you and unless he has lost his heart abroad this year he has been to Ger Many a cose of Affinity for her Blanche Felt a thrill of sick pain Pemberton never imagined her words had although she knew there was a love Story entangled somehow with blanches old Tho girl and been proudly reticent of or Elmer West courts Pemberton talked so so of her her blessed her Only to fulfilled every dream of Manly excellence and and Blanche used to won Der often what Tho quiet Home would be Liko when Pom Cortous son came into it Sho used to How it would to possible for to endure presence of anyone who would in any Way remind her of mans perfidy and but if their to be invaded by a after n she grew to be ashamed of her morbid cowardice of and resolved with a Stern determination that was that John strengthen name it was to not interfere with the duties of tie quiet life she and and although she was hardly conscious of was leaving its impress of and and nobility of her the tory bitterness of not her fathers death she in the Ordinary Healing course of have got loss of and summer friends after a have been As a trifle to but Elmer wout oorts defection i so Long m Ahe it would Hurt her with that Stok pain which women do with great purity and Trust of who can no More imagine Aud cruelty in Ono they Lovo than themselves non capable of truly it wok her darkest to of Junior went court would Al ways to the Ono who alone and Power to touch Hor heart to her he would Al Onyx to Tho though not the one above All although strangely paradoxical As it so Blanche triad her Best and braves to enter into bomb britons spirit o Welcome for her Sho boat film his that for More than a year hat Lono in its us delicious and or Range Bills of and wont through Tho whole leaving oven whore the i monks of her artistic that do item Tel Ivy Bierton so thoroughly will it lilo a heart i Novar wanted anything in nil my Lions i want my and do make him so far m Yon non thai you make him we Leomo will you up in her room hours Blanche particularly what Der old Pum Herton and said about Hor con her Liuro toward welcoming Auppl rain in coming and she stood before Tho brushing ont the Lustrous that wits full of Glens of she thought How far past the time it was when Sho could to a Pride to any Sho thought How worn ont Sho had grown to How aged Aud of Domanish Hor ceaseless Al put with Fate had loft and Sho Bini Lod wearily it the idea of her being thought of when John jumbo Ron i think Blanche really thought it was Sho was worn and instead of her old time spark Ling Sho Caw n so Rions which others recognized and and Miro if she did Sho had in All Hor flush of and and Mads n fairer pc Taro than Sho looked that after she had dressed for pomber tons sons Home Sho Woro with delicate Blue her Lovely hair was piled High on her Heau in a galiled confusion of Flossy nud Tot drily and gloss in it seemed to Blanche that she loud not in Slimy Tike no interest in the coming of this not to very Ion had so thoroughly enjoyed a Sho had wondered in Ppitz of Sho was so list Lessly honestly tried to catch the in rectum of Pemberton excitement of Tho old Bly Hail put on Hor Best dress rustling Sill to do Honor to Hor sons no i Blanche As who went into Lur that Sho had never seen a sweeter Icib Frau of need Nail Happy old than Toti in her Loco Cap and Polo face lighted by such Grid How your son ought to worship such a Mother she with a warmly Graceful Little characteristic of other to which Sho Sel Dom gave Way Pemberton surely does Pemberton jumped from Hor choir at the sound of Carriage wheels at the to has come Blanche but whatever possessed Yon to think his name was Pemberton John is Ute uus Nana s and Blanche slipped ont of Tho Book door As Tho gentleman came in Tho front away tip stairs leaving Mother and son to the sweat stored nose of their glad in All her Blanche had Novor fell so lonely As in that half hour Sho spent no knowing How entirely forgot ten she Sho was not but it seemed As if All the trouble she had Ever known surging its Waves of keen remembrance r Sho realized As Sho had never done before How pitifully alone she was in the and then into the midst of the harrowing Tho tears that and left her heart but had not yet reached her bad into Tho midst of Tho desolation of her Young come Pemberton exas she called from Tho foot of the my whom i thought i a Romeul ago my Lovo and Tho girl stood looking it clutching Viiu Ertons hand in s Viso Liko grasp that was chill is her fico a her her eyes full of mingled piteous and wondering and mute to think i never onco thought o telling Yon Johns Namo was Westcourt 1 ton i always Call him Al though Elmer is and to has by Ornal right to it being his middy to in clean beat and Pemberton Bank Down in Mil and wiped her eyes and her while Westcourt took Blanche in his arms and kissed and hastily Oil Nind what Sho did not fully understand till he had written to her in Tho hour of his imperative departure he had sont letter Notor and How he and concluded she and done with and they both knew then that blanches equally sudden removal from Herald and her self elected retirement to the had been sufficient reason Why Sho never had received what would so have changed nil her life for but Tho so Rhino was Como at the Bright that was All the bettor for Tho dark weather that had to Long hidden and blanches life blossomed ont under the Radiant influences of love and a Alt Floral a Happy inn n printing House the and Coo com american Jio Bible Mustard As a remedial agent has Evi Dently been As a Robe Faient or Blister maker it undoubtedly has but As a cure for defective Arith metical knowledge it is absolutely use such at least in to in that Tho now Tork Tribune draws from the experience of a photo Grapher in who adopted a Little girl about six years old and attempted to teach her to count she readily Learned to count from Ono to into Only go no the photo Grapher and his wife whipped her repeatedly until the blood ran Down her and strange to Ahe could not count beyond then they drop Ped the Rod and took no Tho the husband hold Tho struggling child in his arms while Tho wife nicked Hor wrists and hands until they were red with blood but Tho Little Waif could not or would not count More than then they put to child to Bod and colled for Tho Mustard if a dozen Largo plasters Wero put on to Childs legs and body and kept Thoro until Tho flesh was raw with Frieh Tinl one Little maid could not count the mus Tard plasters Wero renewed again and again and Whites of eggs Wero beaten and mixed with to so As to Render the Childs sufferings More acute but notwithstanding Tho pains that were taken to draw ont the she could not count singularly enough the town authorities having Dis covered Tho Case have protested against any further attempts to instruct the Pool child in the manner heretofore pursued deeming it better she should grow of in on Tho 4th of Siva Tho Corner Stone of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was Laid with grand Charles Carroll of Tho hut surviving signer of i the declaration of then nearly four score years and was the Central figure on this and he struck Tho Gavel and applied Tho Square to Tho there was a grand pro Tho with ban ners and in Isaio then to with anvils with Typo will vats with labor of All kinds ii full and with banners one then came Tho Good ship the with Tho sails All with streamers and with guns Nuas if to War against the world thai would assail Tho sacred instrument of which it was Tho by 1830 the Road bad been completed to Al hoots a double track having been put to that Point the Sifi Woro strips of Iron Laid on stones set Lisa the ears Wero to old Ash toned Troy swung by straps and jul Patio Springs on car Iroini passengers they wore drawn by horses driven Tho of the truck wheels were then on the outside of the and it was not till several years afterwards that Rosa Winant of Baltimore invented a truck somewhat similar to Tho one now in and Bill the first eight wheeled coach Overn Sod in this John Latrobe of in speaking of to difficulties to to surmounted by the Engineer of this first Parang or Railroad in Amer Saya Tho Iron strips wore Laid on Stone to ride in n Railroad car in those Days was literally to go thundering the Roll of the wheels on Tho combined rail of atone and Iron being almost deaf in one it was discovered that the wheels were Ham Mering the Iron strips ont of when this became after tens of thousands of dollars had Boon thrown one of the a of general proposed to Lay a thin slip of Load Between Tho Iron and Stone to relieve Tho concussion and obviate the defect luckily this costly sex which would have furnished the sportsmen of the Interior with blogs and was not carried into effect Tho first locomotive built in Tho United states was invented by to venerable Peter Cooper of now his engine was built at Tho stage shops of Stockton Baltimore the fore Richard being the directing reeside remembers the trial trip made by Cooper with his engine to Tho relay House and Tho boiler was not much larger than that of a modern Kitchen it stood upright in the and Tho part above the f urn too was filled with Small vortical Tho Olindor was about three inc bos and a half in and to Speed was gotten up by to create sufficient draft to generate blowing apparatus was this was driven by a pully passing Over a attached to Ono of the subsequently an open car was attached a Trio which did not weigh Mora than a and Tho directors and officers of Tho Road Woro carried to Elli Cotts Cooper acting As Engi Neer and it is raid that a made fifteen Miles an but Tho in Duomo to to greatly chagrined on Tow iad two splendid Gray horses hitched Andora to a waiting it Tho relay Touso on one of Tho tracks for the to turn of Coopers party from Ellicott Tho race Tho Start being Tho Graj horses took Tho and were Boon nearly a Quarter of a mile ahead but by and by Cooper got steam and Tho Iron horse began to and with a wild Hurrah Coopers Asson Gors As they swept by greeted Hose drawn by the Gray just Hen Tho band which Rovo Tho blowing apparatus slipped off Tho and Al though Cooper mangled his bands in vainly trying to readjust to steam went and Stockton Gray horses beat Coopers Iron horse into Tho Tho boiler of Coopers engine is now in the shops of Tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at mount i a very and one could Bat think that War Spring from the reported mysterious character of the sickness prevalent at Richford has caused inquires to come from near and and led to As careful investigation of the probable cause As is possible without analysis of the water from which Tho patients and that is being having been called to consult with of a representative of this Ponsier has obtained from him Tho following intelligence the disease is simply typhoid fever in severe with unusual distress at the stomach and Disten Sion and from the Promin ence of these symptoms the disease has been reported of Gastro which Means inflammation of the stomach and both he and Hamilton be Lieve the Solo cause to have been contamination of the water of n Well which supplied Tho families to which the Dis ease is by a sudden connection formed with the those of our readers who Are acquainted at Richford will remember that on main across from Tho american is the Well in Tho land descends to the East and previous to about two years ago there was no Gutter on that Side of the but one was then Sank to Tho depth of Breu or for which ran Between this Well and the and so near the Wou that its Wall was bared by the into this Gutter runs All Tho drainage from several Bouses on the upper Sido of the and Only two or three have drains that reach to the sewer but the land descends so rapidly there May have been some Wash from All of Dar ing the thaw which of cared about the 20th of january Tho water in this Well became and the people did not drink of it until it became at it did in a Day or shortly afterwards to sickness almost simultaneous in All the fifteen families using water from that thus for there have been Twenty eight and there is no prevalence of the distress in the Vicinity around Only one death has occurred and it is believed that Moat of the patients will Bat several Are still severely to disease has now prevailed two weeks or a Little Searles hav ing died at Tho end of the second the physicians soom to understand it and treat it with skill and it should serve As a not to Richford but to All plants where Wells Are to guard against co Tami two or three years ago then were five cases of severe typhoid fever in one family in St the Raoss of which was clearly the Boontam Inatio of the family Well by a neighbors Albani James Gilbert died a few Days ago at of a was a policeman at Savanah last year when the yellow fever broke and refusing to did patrol duty at and by Day nursed the sick with towards the end of the epidemic was stricken and the disease left him an easy prey to she ins sed one that Shewn sent to the front Beo Ansa Theo our stand her husband was i Man whose reputation As gentleman of education and elegance made a photo Phero of Light for Many Miles around Salt late Sho came accompanied by Hor and proffered drives us auth Little attentions As Are usual Imper Tho she was very Frank and when asked if it would be quite agreeable to her to speak of the Peculiar customs and Faith of to Ahe Deal that when she hint among the mormons her she would have Given a great Deal to have some one to whom she could speak and from whom she could obtain accurate and intelligent information Ana now that aha had becomes she desired to furnish to Othen what she would have been so glad to Noeva she bad been a Young lady living in an Eastern and was already engaged to be married when aha list met her he had Tine Ono of whom was a connection of and this lady sent by her who was going some Nea aage to her Eastern Kins the Meea Ose was and the ten remarried husband and the engaged lady fell in love on the spot Tho Young though living in to had visited in and was sufficiently Avau tinted with though not herself a so went and prayed and bemoaned herself Over her unhappy but dismissed her first after vainly Strag gling against became a convert to her parents opposed her to the and she went to and was married to Tho Young Man of her second having first secured Tho Hearty consent of his three with out she assured she would never agreed to Tho she had been married some six or seven her husband had taken no wife Sines and she did not think to would Ever take to and she lived to Gether in a pretty Little with the other wives lived Twenty or so Miles away and outside the these Young people seemed truly attached to each in Many quiet and perfectly winning they showed a love like fondness that had survived Tho engagement ring an the when asked if plurality of wives was considered a or whether it depended on Tho Iuelis she said that it was considered a a Roli Gous would the Church consider her husband justified in taking no More wives 1 she said there had been some talk about but thai Many older members of to Church had not so Many wives As and that it be Hoover them to mend their own ways before taking any special exception to his and she with a very Numor Mon but very feminine spark of that it would make no difference if they he would do As to chose about it what was the feeling of the women generally about it that depended on what degree of exaltation they had if by prayer and submission and right living they had gone into that spiritual state of mind which was proper and desirable for they were said to be and then they were will ing their husbands should have Many she acknowledged that it was a rather difficult that it was Only in consideration of Tho heavenly and ritual Blessing acorns a Tui h Wmk to in of us Udo Gill of exaltation could make it inherently de she admitted that she had net reached that height of spiritual stature in which Sho would to willing to see Hor husband Tako another to to Tho cose was Clear As Daylight she Hod lived among Tho As a Young Long enough to become familiar with their Mode of life and thought when Abe saw the Young Man she had lost Tho instinctive impossibility of falling in love with a Man already so she dallied with the and probably having no positive Opin ions or principles of her adopted those which admitted Tho indulgence of Bor inclination and her Bat Hor very slight veneering of mormonism by no Means interfered with the natural Workings of the heart she was no More really a mormon in Salt Lake City than she bad been on the Atlantic coast so was mormon enough to to Tho wellbeloved and petted wife of a Man who already bad three wives for whom to Hod no special and with whom he did not live but she was not in Tho least mormon enough to spare any of his love to be bestowed on a Suc Cessor to she had established with him an essentially Mono games and her religion had As Little to do with her life As in our Strait est sects of i do not think Tho lady was a Bat she was thoroughly she had followed Tho promptings of a heart not too much guided by principle or intellect and on one most condemn her for More severely than those miserable women who wore reared in Tasir Faith or were brought to it from the mire of he practically it must to confessed hat Only Tho lovelight of Utah shone through her Clear soft in Chritian three on Eloy to my friends the Birds i this time its a he lives near Tho Amazon Riv they Tell builds a Strong web across a deep Hole in a and Waits at the Book of the Hole till a Bird or a Lizard is caught in the then ont he and kills Bis prey by and yet this dreadful creature has a body Only an Inch and a half in length i then theres a spider named Kara who lives in turkestan though he is bigger than a Finger be can jump several feet he hides in the and his bite is poisonous but in glad to say he Doest kill in the same country a a Long legged who has Long hair and a body As big As a Bens when he walks he seems As Large As a mans doable what a fellow to meet on a narrow path Way i think most people would be polite enough to lot him Bavo the whole of the Little miss Muffet would have been scared ont of her senses if such a huge spider had sat Down be Side Coli Hess Uit Deb toward the Doss of the fight of Inker lord returning from taking leave of met sergeant carrying water for the wound the sergeant Drew himself no to when a round shot came bound ing Over the Hill and knocked his forage Cap ont of his the Man picked it dusted it on Hia placed it care fully on his and made his not a muscle of his countenance moving the a neat thing 07 said lord my returned Tho sergeant with an other but a missis As Good ail the commander was probably not surprised by such an exhibition of being himself Rood that he was badly Hurt at Saya the Prince of who was in the i was not conscious of the presence of lord Fitzroy Somerset until i heard him Call out in his Ordinary tone Hollo i dont carry that Arm away till i have taken off my ring i neither wound nor operation had extorted a groan from Bis chamber it Bow can it be that hero wet bin my heart two farces War u it to bind my goal and Botn us and coca and each contends in Sab Jonte the tar when with sorrow Low my spirit Dep Reid and Nice it tarns to thy kind my Best of co Maui uie shelter of thy tender Tore Bat when High Naa and Putin numb brass o prouder to thee m a we Lori unfortunate the court of common in me Dina has been engaged in an attempt to solve what the local press is inclined to regard As a social though it May turn ont to to something taking in their one order the train of events loading to such we most go Back to the year which was memorable in the Vicinity of Medina for an excitement occasioned by the violent death of a Fanner named the Man was found hanging by a rope a a beam in his own and sane left a Beautiful much Vonger than with whom Hia life was known a be not altogether the suicide evoked animated comment of a character gravely impugning the domes tic disposition of the bereaved t was understood that her husband in bought she accepting him chiefly for the Sake of a Home and its comforts and her subsequent discord with a master not especially and old enough to be her might have been the Means of goading him to self in a country a pop ular sentiment of this kind easily As an mos the form of persecution for Hei against whom it und the spirited Rachel sensely soon found Honell Aspersen and Tabooed by her neighbor to a degree rendering her life less Toler Able every either Man or woman so whether justly or in is naturally very sensitive to the exceptional Trust and kindness of any and when the in Poplai widow suddenly received the Champion ship of old Bobert an illiterate but wealthy English Farmer living in the adjacent Hinkley h seemed not remarkable that her gratitude there for should be ardent the venerable a widower of Only a few years but three times the age of the avowed himself a firm believer la her guiltless Ness of any fault inducing the suicide of her into and took pains to show in every practical manner that he deemed her Public censure a Jurnel gossip said imme Sloly that Whipp was childless Aid and had better marry the Yonng tartar surely his defiant visits did soon take the lorm of sentimental addresses to and when the prophetic sagacity of the gossips was justified final a by a great was the horror of censorious observers at this second Success of a designing Yonng Fortuno Hunters audacious Wiles i whether toil judgment was truthful or otherwise remained to be seen in it even yet remains to be decided by the court from what so far appears in local ver Sions of the it in Likely that Whipps general treatment of her Hus band was As nearly in concordance with his every senile whim and fancy As she could make whatever the motive of such there no Little disgust in the neighbourhood at the Yonng woman simulation As it was interpreted of a doting fondness for the uncouth old Man the popular under consistently with their suspicion there after the a revival of All Tho old talk about the suicide of poor some daring tongues going so far As to Start a question whether the Case bad really been one of self or a cunningly disguised act of murder i it is not much doubted that wipp was extravagantly fond of his Yonng wife but a Lovo like where there is great incompatibility of years Between a married could not Long exist without More or less morbid sensibility to outside comment Possi Bly the sinister implication just recorded had some effect non the failing faculties of to at any there Are intimations that his manner began to show signs of As though he himself was learning to mistrust the Blandishments of the former no is known to have occurred Between them no to the occurrence of the curious denouement next to be on the dark night of the 14th of last Whipp a shortly after at the noose of a near neighbor in apparently just As he left his and in a pitiable state or Declar ing that he had just escaped being Hung in his own barn at Tho instigation of his wife he from what seemed to him a drugged to missed the woman from her accustomed before he could was suddenly attacked in the darkness by two masked unavailing by resist and kept from outcry by a band pressed non his he was drag ged from the and ont of Tho House toward the his assailants striving All the while to fasten a rope about his by a supreme Effort he had managed to wrench himself in us open and then fled wildly to a neighbors As already upon his complaint to a Justice of the peace next her Broth and a Man named Taylor were a their trial is now progressing before court Medina and the to to solved is did any snob attempt at banging As has been represented really take or has the old gentleman suffered Only from an insane engendered in his weakened mind by the scandal about sparse Levi Good advice to the probably not one in a Hundred can do any one thing they can an dig away at anything that comes As for excelling in any Art or that is utterly ont of the one of these Young men Calls upon As he is n graduate of some has his and plenty of recommendations from clergymen and members of con we ask him what he can do he a not turn his hand to most we give him a and find he cannot write a decent nor spell or punctuate nor write with any degree of nor read a strange nor do any thing whatever with promptness and which is requisite in he has no knowledge on any subject has simply a jumbled mass of inform which May be sound or and which he cannot turn to any prac tical account he has been All his life Reading about How things Are done in Stead of learning to do this is Young men Aronld reduce their education to practice As they go they should learn to they should study or work More read less and think More that instead of being imbecile they May become executive Ca Pable of doing what they to the last degree of and with a Tigor and rapidity in keeping with us characteristic a of the Oki of the toys in Paris is a Enssle engraving of a cat hidden in Tho branches of a where is the cat too Ara to find ont which of coarse Yon do after looking at the thing for a it is As simple As the inventors rights in the matter of this work of rating were sold recently for How do trunks get broken r the baggage Man but after adjusting Hia moment mid he supposed they were before they left or if not they were so weak that they were Likely to is broken while being hauled to the and if not always bearing in fund their extreme weakness they might pos Brj come apart in the handling though of this be Moold not speak from personal merely on a what kind of trunk is Best Fot sole leather every cant damage any amount of travel wont Hurt and m for collisions there Good for ast Tuivai them a Chance to show the stuff there made weve Only two in Hare they come so High that not Many by the most of the peo ple boy a cheap trunk that Yon cant touch hardly without it breaking apart what trunk comes next for dvrs Brlity Sample these Are All am ple trunks Yon sue Tho baggage Man led the Way to the front where was monopolized by half a dozen timeworn looking like undersized freight there a Good tee dont got Many larger what Are they covered with the baggage Man straightened him self paused Long enough for the answer to become a matter of and said the strongest kind of and what is beneath a two Inch a Yea come and kick this trunk and see How Strong it the writer gathered his physical Energy into the Effort and gave the trunk a severe there was a solid like that coming from the Hammer ing of the foundation timbers of a build it seems if More people us travel with trunks like that there to less complaint about broken what Are the worst trunks for trav thing a cheap what ones for instance heros a teaching it with Bis nude of Light Pine and covered with that trunk cant help but it wont stand any knocking it a made stronger by having ropes around if people knew and understood that ropes tied around a trunk make it More secure than All the locks they can put there be Leas baggage ropes keep the lid from jarring with the and it makes them three times As now theres a trunk Thall stand for As much knocking As any trunk of in tied on the by because it in roped both ways and the lid cant come the lock and hinges May but the lid stays that f cheap a Poh Poui Trahd Victoria Elizabeth Augusta a favorite granddaughter of the emperor was married to the Prince of Saio Meininger in at the same time the wedding took place of the Princess Elizabeth Anna to the Heredi tary grand Duke Frederick August of to most vacant and wean his air in Short he would be pronounced in America a sort of Nice Yonng by no Means fitted to stand beside Tho Manly Beauty of the his of a of much for he a the son of the grand Duke Fedor and the grand Duch Ess Elizabeth of i can not omit on anecdote that is told of the Yonng which bears out Hegener Illy current estimate of his character in one occasion last when panning through he entered a Keller restaurant seating he called ont in a tone slightly tinged with affect a Bill of it was brought the Prince looked it la that All Wetter answered the horrible returned the a moment after he colled the waiter again and requested the wine this was read and again the i that All ail horrible two students sitting who had been i Serven of the immediately beckoned the and one of them imitating the princes tone of danced at the Speise Karte and if that All horrible a Berenson the Prince Rose majestically to his net and in a Stem intended to Wither the exclaimed Yon dont know who i i am the hereditary grand Duke of Tho Stu Derta looked at him quizzically and then closed the is that All horrible i nights of schema Aliche a Sah Francisco comier Emu Fortune in the san Francisco chronicle enumerates As follows the sets of furs owned by a lady of that City who is on the eve of departing for a european tour the very finest and darkest Sables fifty inches deep with Long flowing very elaborately trimmed with tails of the form ing a very dark bordering Worth a Dolman of the same shape As the made of the finest South Shetland Seal trimmed with darkest Seatter silvered naturally with White hair a Loose garment easily thrown on or off Worth a jacket made of Superior South Shetland trimmed with a garment fitting very closely to the it a forty inches deep and Worth an Alaska Seal without lined with for driving purposes Worth an opera cloak of Roku siberian of most novel somewhat resembling the sixty five inches so As to perfectly cover the longest Trau this cloak is flounced in an entirely new method with the tails of the in addition to the Moal method of placing them in rows were used in its each Tail coat ing fifty the cloak is Worth a Royal siberian Ermine jacket for Carriage fifty inches Worth a bilk circular of the finest Sci limn the garment is the Sqq being Woven of extraordinary especially f or such it is lined with siberian and trimmed with a heavy bordering of dark Silver Fox the Hood is also lined with Ermine and trimmed with the Fox Tho garment is made so As to be worn either with the silk or fur it is fifty two inches and is Worth a silk the exact counterpart of the Only lined with the White and Gray part of the siberian Worth each of the above garments has a Muff and Boa to a Chieff made of a helmet made of Seal a London walking made of a hat made of or somewhat of the helmet trimmed with cot so As to resemble Bunches of Seal toed with Arctic Whitefox lined German Fitch lined Seal Riding and to be used in Riding in made of Bob and ined with we Are now prepared to offer for Cash a Complete assortment of the latest novelties in every department at Friges that Abb Aston Pfilf special bargains in Brown and bleached special bargains in Gingham Cambric and special bargains in Cotton press 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 in Cecial bargains in silk ties and special bargains in Collar ettes and special bargain is we also have a very Large Stock of grand opening of new fall Winter goods at Childs Keinigs we intend to sell at a very Small our Stock of c assume is Auto to air prepared to make and warrant them to we Are determined to sell goods at a smaller profit they were Ever before sold for in Cass Childs Iota Atlantic and Robert major successor to dealer in ail of Fri Ilam Ping Bombl of wagons and carriages and dealer in and All leading farm Corner 3d and Chestnut keeps a 50tf Caps clothing a1sd no 6 Chestnut Atlantic 8

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