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Bloomfield New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - March 12, 1878, Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaVol. Bloomfield ha., tuesday March 12, 1h7h. T the times. An family Xci in Pfluf it Rennu Antn Borhy to Miry nerf. Mortl mall amp 00. I it Rio Iii l Tiu n 1� i it k. Wit i Tiik Roi Irr. One Ven a i i i Ibsh. 7i oct or tit Couitt. One year rasing incl Molcil. Ii Fol i month., Hui Nuril. It invariably in Advance i a a advertising rate furnished Tynni i became a Parson. Having noticed hint Young minister Are ninth the it it of their can Gate inns Natl generally Itne the Cholee of nil the int thing there no going that they Itne the in it Uii Lilii Ltd Lulmira ton of the pastoral Hook who vie with on Eli other in working the prettiest dipper the i two comfortable Ensy enl is Natl font Stool the significant Natl elaborate Bookmarks that they come in Elway for u int slice of tied Ruble pro it or to in Case any pious Antly of the congregation die nod leave Large Lemarle for a a hear Tahle purpose a a that they no any take the precedence 111 Solety Are Lovell by the indie mid referred to by gentlemen Natl that. In net they no ways Uini Inge whenever there s n snip it Hower of int things to lie out in the rain Natl get very wet i Nintle up my mind Tomt i would study for the ministry Natl prepare myself for pulpit exercise. Well i sent word to my native Village that 1 was a reformed Quot etc., Natl that i wanted to study preaching Natl ii Louie in to the pulpit and to Forth. To great was the Joy Over my resolve thut the a a ladle association for the support. Kuczura Gomont Natl kudu Cytlou of nil Christian Young Fellows who want to preach Quot at once got up n fair and a banquet and n pm Enle and a series of weekly meetings for the purpose of helping me. At the fair the customary religious swindles were perpetrated in the unfortunate gentlemen who Hail been in weighed there anti a Large number of reluctant dollars were coaxed into the fund Fly this time i Ltd begun my similes. And us the association was very assiduous and punctual in their remissions to to during my whole will do them that credit Natl also stale How i usually disposed of their Semi annual donations. The Money that they sent i could always Iii Nguc the worked is 1 pliers i sold to a fancy store Ulso the smoking Caps ditto the Book Marks the Box of clothes they used to Send were of coarse unbearable being built by a country tailors i used to Pawn them to Mel a Liis Tiec Isaac it jewish gentleman who Felt so disinterested a concern in the Christian Faith that he would always pay me liberally for my country clothes half Cash and half in cigars and Apple toddy. Of course i to learn to smoke a it would have been u sin to waste the cigars. no envious tar son. However say that i Learned to drink Apple toddy for the same reason for i never drink Apple toddy with the slightest Comfort if i take Over three Tumbler Fuls. It always gives me a severe headache and interferes with my studies. A at Iasi i was examined pronounced a very Good article of minister and was Given u dispensation to preach looked anxiously about for an eligible congregation to preach at made it a subject of serious meditation and Wauie to this unbiased and disinterested conclusion that the unusual turn of my Tulud the 11a-ture.of qty acquirement the Force of my ministrations and the Peculiar characteristic of my style required that i should locate myself Moug a cultivated and refined people. I could plainly Reo of Naze the indications of Providence and 1 bowed meekly to the Flat. I willingly gave up the Brilliant glory of a missionary a grand career. I compelled myself to leave the spa Gudld hardship and the Noble trials of a Frontier ministry to other i schooled my heart to resign the glorious opportunities of flu tug the martyrs Crown among the Faridt and patagonian i May say. With excusable Pride that 1 mastered my natural yearning for Suomi distinctions and turned without n sigh front the heavenly Halo of such n splendid life and glorious death to Content myself with the in Gorlou Esse and the undistinguished quiet of a residence amid he comforts of a City and the numerous hut in Melisa undesired you veil Knees and unwashed for pleasant Nesses of a sojourn among a Rich congregation. The opportune sea Fot self denial and fur mortification of the ties i would be More frequent if 1 should tie Noppol nerd to the guardianship of a Loop Erich very Rich in the full Why Lucre the despised dross the miserable trash hint men Call Money. Yes after making it n subject of serious meditation my unbanned and disinterested heart Quot kind a Rich my heart also said other things it remarked a have plenty of Marriageable Young indies in your Church and Lee sure the said Young ladles arc Rich the indications of Providence May Point to marriage have several Rich old mules or widows in your Church Providence May indicate you As the menus of determining their legacies and it is just possible that in that event the soul of the dying person May he moved to donate her worldly dross to the Church. Within even for the ways of Providence Are a int slice for yourself line no very Strong minded do icons in your Church for Deleons might interfere with your management of the la ounces let there lie a line Mir Sonoc attached to your Church with a Garden an Orchard a grape House and a conservatory belonging to it let the Rich men in Youro Hurcil lie plenty let them to of the most estimable Breed of men the sort that take hints easily for Providence May indicate that your studies should he continued in a direction that requires a particularly expensive Library lastly lie sure that in your a Lidreh there is a doctor who will consent to to your Dearest Friend and who will not hesitate to notify your congregation should your precious health Hill. These arc the things my carnal and Urc generate heart said to me und after making it a subject of Long and tearful meditation 1 came to the unbiased and disinterested Encl Sulou that my heart was right. Then 1 reme mldred that my heart Lead i teen renewed and that of course that the heart must to u Safe and Good Counselor so i accepted the said heart As my guide without further hesitation. Call lie Gan to come in from various churches. Unit desired the services of a Young Ami enthusiastic preacher. Call from Brown Vito Church Small salary ditto six Hundred Dollar u year 1 my Able quarterly Largo Garden attached to parsonage minister expected to raise ills own mgt Matoes mid keep the poor of the Parish in summer squashes Gratis made it a subject of serious consideration and decided that Providence did no to say Brownville for me declined in account of Lack of Confidence in myself to undertake a work so responsible. Smith Ellie culled me salary eight Hundred dollars und collect u myself the minister expected to give his mornings to Devouton and poultry he must sell eggs and Chicken enough to keep the meeting House in repair furnish candles for evening prayer meetings from his surplus turkeys and either not a it und the pulpit Cusini Riih to pieces or else buy in annual new one from his extra goslings Market four Miles a a it and Deacon Quoc ctn keeps u Livorse to let half Price to the minister. Meditated and concluded thut Providence Hud reserved Smith Ellie for some worthier Man. called salary nine Hundred dollars parsonage Roomy with ten acres of Laud it tucked. For the minister to farm of shares with Deacon Damps the Deacon to do the ploughing and the minister to buy the seed wheat neighbourhood very poor and sickly Chance for nil Able and enthusiastic minister to do so much Good that 1 did not feel it right of me to Rob some other Man of so magnify out a Chance to distinguish himself by deeds of Chartty and love. Declined on account of ill health. Jonesville called me Large congregation salary a thousand dollars a year quarterly in Advance Church in a Forward state of Rell Gloux All having ii used the primary stages and therefore All the real ird work of the minister was done. Private information from lots of pretty Young indie in the congregation two ambitious Deacon who do All the visiting four Rich widows in Hie Village Mirson age pleasant and salary sure. Liml n Long and serious melt Nylon was convinced hint Providence Indica ird a Otisville for me a there was my work to lie done there was my Crons to i Otmane there was my Crown to lie won. Wrote to the Church accepting terms wrote to he Riggs asking in tit of widows descriptions of personal appearance and also photographs of one or two of the re clime. All was now set lied and i was Happy hint the indications of Providence were too Plain to lie mistaken. Justas i Imil dispatched a letter asking what route i should Home another letter was brought in it was pc Ukins Volle a Call a a loud Calls a very loud Call a Call that would i heard town Large Church handsome salary fifteen bundled dollars a year quarterly. In Advance Istrin nag All furnished late minister gone to Hutli Carolina pulpit vacant wanted my at once and there was a Cheek of two Hundred dollars to pay travelling expense. Was then Ever a plainer Providence never if the Finger of Providence Ever minted any thing whatever then Tomt linger was pointed straight to my heart emphatically said a a to Jeukens Volle save the suffering souls Simeth them from their impending Fate. To be Aikinsville away away 1�?� another Day brought a private letter from Kegley who knowing my Tusto for accurate statistics hastened to impart the following information Quot salary Safe society very agreeable fifteen or Twenty girls in the town with Rich in tigers and Oue who owns two saw Mills and a lumber Yard in her own right she red liner hut is otherwise not unusually objectionable a dozen Rich old Fellows in your congregation will die soon and leave heaps of Money to somebody. Old let egg one of our Dock. Is Worth half n million and ims of chronic diseases complicated with ung fever can to inst a week you Ean see him i whore ills last exit if you take the train Day after to Morrow it 1 a. M. Donation party twee a year and the Young ladle Luvey a stocking soirees a once a Mouth to make Woolen Hose for the Clergyman done to think the Maple have Ever rend dimming you can pick out of one of his sermons for your first no it eur Micic and so gel a Good Send Olla. Your Eliut was easier now than to see Tomt the Jones Lluc widows Lind Lien wicked temptations of the evil Oue Ulm thut the furnished Par Shimgo of Jones Lluc Ltd been a dangerous Munro to my poor soul ? went on my Knees Trofler thanks for my wonderful escape and then resolving to lose no time in following the indications of Providence now unquestionable 1 at once sat Down Anil wrote to be Aikinsville accepted the work there so opened to the acknowledged the receipt of Llic Check charged them two per cout. For Exchange und new a wait the train that is to Bear me to the Scletie of my pastoral labors. Unfortunate in not being a Heathen. Mph. Ames was sitting in her front room when she saw Zippro aching mrs. Armstrong a very Public spirited lady who took a wonderful interest in All reforms and Enterprise especially these undertaken for the Benefit of people at a distance. A a my dear mrs. Ames a she commenced a a 1 Mil he agent of a sewing Circle just established the object of which is to provide suitable clothing for the children in Patagonia. I am told that they Are in the habit of going about in a state of nature which you know is dreadful to a a perhaps they Are used a a tut Thutt a no reason who we should not improve their condition. To we have agreed to hold meetings two evenings in a wet a with this object in View. Will you join Quot a i m afraid i can t. I should he obliged to neglect my own children As 1 presume will to the Case with those who attend. A a , for example at Tomt boy la the a Treel he Lias a Bole in each Elbow and Bis clothes Are covered with mud. I presume Bis Mother belongs to some of these benevolent associations and t time to attend to her own children. A a Quot mrs. Ames Quot said her visitor rising with indignation a do you mean to insult me a a a insult you a a was the astonished reply a of course not. Wlms makes you think soy a a do you know who Tomt imy is of whom you speak a Quot a no i Don to hut i should like a you would Well a am your curiosity shall he gratified. He is my Sony George Washington Jackson Armstrong i what have you to say to Tomt a a a Hoy a Why nothing. Only it in in. Fortunate for the poor boy that he was t a to a strange tune. Amono the Ned Wing attached to tile Bantaro some years ago there was not u More inveterate getter up of practical jokes limn it Apt. If., poor fellow lie is dead now hut the memory of some of ids laughable pranks still lives. In the Early history of a country whose existence is hut of recent Date i not. Ii. Was sent by the Secretary of War on n recruiting tour through Kastern Texas. When journeying from place to place of horse Back he chanced one evening to Stop it a Small tavern where lie soon discovered that every preparation was in Progress for a Hull. Over ready and re get for anything in the Huie of fun or frolic the Captain it once resolved to a a put up at the tavern for the night mid Lake part in the festivities. At the time the circumstances took place which we Are about to relate society was wild to lie divided into three distinct classes in Texas. First there a the aristocracy or Quot up it or crusts a who from the fact that they wore shoe und stockings were by common consent allowed to take precedence in All matters of taste Cleg Unce or then came the second or Middle class no order that wore shoes hut were Uii Able to go to the exit enc for stockings. The third or lower class Quot went Barefoot Ulm ranked Udow the first mentioned grades in every res sect. Thu was society divided at the Date of this Story. After Cut. Ii. Had a use Cuton ills horse and procured his own supper he repaired to the Hall room. There he found a promiscuous Assam hinge collected Ninny of them engaged in the Giddy mazes of to Tullous jigs mud country dances. Lie noticed however Tomt none other Tymn those who were wearing shoes and Stock lug were ujan the floor and a the evening wore towards Midnight lie ascertained Tomt none other were allowed to take part in the dance. Ily this time the first society tie come wearied with salutary exercise mud relinquished their Culm to he next til rank. He wus another monopoly for unless n Ierson Ltd shoes upon his or her feet such Sentous would not he allowed upon the floor. It bore heavily upon the lower orders the shoeless and stocking less Gentry but they were compelled to submit to those arbitrary inns which always will govern alike in tic most free As in the most despotic countries. A wooden clock upon the mantel piece which found its Way into Texas in company with some Yankee pc blur. Was striking its Little ones before the Middle Renss la name wearied with Dnn Cong hut by the third watch of the night they tired themselves Down Aud manifested a willingness to give up the hour to the next in Grade. But now a dilemma occurred which entirely spoiled the sport of those who up to this time a a no show Quot whatever the fiddler who been imbibing rather copiously of whiskey was found to lie so drunk that he could not sit up of a chair much less draw a tune from he violin. They rolled the Drunken Man upon the floor they stirred hint lip they rubbed he head with vinegar Aud they crammed an entire Jai of i uder Wood s pickets Down his to limit hut All would not do. At this juncture and when the poorer Sople Huu Given up All in Desisti their spirits were suddenly dated by an of Flor on the part of copt. Ii. Provided they could procure him the Lyddle to give them a Turuc. He knew Juat about As much of performing on the violin is a common negro Banjo player Doea of the More passages of the Tabat Moler hut his Powers of imitation were Gre no and nil the Little pc mro tory pre lading in the Way of turning and thumbing the string and screwing the key he could do As Well a i Agni Lynnl Hon Milf. The dancer were in cent Nelm the fiddle was procured and a cont Luon set was immediately formed on the floor a Apt. H. In in no articular hurry hut Eon tinned 111 flourishes in the Way of turning the instrument for some time. Once or twice he Drew the la a scientifically across the strings which were now horribly out of tune flourishes which caused the eager dancers Muied tardy to commence a a forwarding Quot across the floor but the waggish Captain no intention of giving them Quot Send Oft Quot so suddenly. At length thinking he infused a nil Clenty of the of dancing into the eager set he Drew the Cork by giving every string on the violin a general Rake with the Bow. Away they went like mad c Apt. Ii. Still sawing away stamping his right foot is if keeping time and called the figure. Never was there seen such a dance. 11 chasm a a a crop Over Quot a a do Dos a were called out by the Captain uni id a series of sounds from the punished violin which would set a professor crazy hut so full of dance were the he nil und foot couple that they carried the thing through with As much Zeal As though they been Ditten by no it Allan tarantulas. It May readily lie supposed that the dancers Hail hut u limited knowledge of music hut still they could Tell in their cooler moment a tune from a Tornado. The first two couple by this time finished and the second Ooin Merced when one of the former addressed his partner with. Quot Ellza did you Ever hear Tomt tune lies n playing a a can to say that i Ever Quot was the response and this within the hearing of Apt. H. Who was still in lashing the violin is severely As Ever. A a docs it sound to you much like o tune Ellza anyhow a a a a Well it does no to Quot a a nor to me either a said the first sgt maker who All the while Hud ills Bead turned to one Side after the manner of a hog listening. A a my opinion that that Feller there is materially jest promo Sci loudly and miscellaneous by Sawlan away without exactly known a what lies a this to too much for the Captain. Who now dropped the violin and rushed from the room and nought his quarters for the night. Thus ended a Lull in Kastern Texas. A a it nothing to do. The Brave Man or woman will always find something to do. I know a Little woman who by her husband s illness Lias been reduced to work for a livelihood. Be will do anything which is honest. One week she does some copy aug. The next week she is at her sewing machine a friends eyes Are weak and she ened to say she was looking for a seamstress. At once our heroine for Are not such heroines stamped on her Pride which squirmed horribly and said a a us Merlier she was your bridesmaid and does t know How very poor you Are you a better pretend you know of a Down came the foot Aud the word Are spoken bravely Quot if i May take the work Home 1 will he very glad to another time there in sudden sickness and n nurse is required. The goes Aud so gradually she acquired a reputation for intense earnestness in full lung her duty that of earning Money for her children and one thug leading to another she learn How to support her family comfortably and with where there s a will one can generally find a Way. Danger of tight Laeng. A queer Point is up before a Philadelphia court. Mias Clara m. Whipple was Riding la a crowded car. And her Cornels were laced so tightly though above the medium height she could not raise hex hands to cling to the strap. The car struck a bumper violently and she was thrown Down and broke her Kneecap one jury Given her a yid a damage and now the suit la up before the he Prein court the company claiming that she neglected to take due precaution for her safely
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