Bozeman Avant Courier in Bozeman, Montana
16 May 1878

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Bozeman Avant Courier (Newspaper) - May 16, 1878, Bozeman, Montana/ / / " k r 2 a. I Tok devoted to the development of Eastern Montana and the encouragement of All Industrial pursuits tool. 7. No. 26. Bozeman Montana thursday May 16, 1878. Wild jsto., 338 the Avant courier. He p Ion Eer p o p e r o f Eastern m o n to n a. Established in 1871. M l. H k r. R j r t k a n d a f m o r a i n e � t erm e o f s u b so r in Tio n. Or. I of. M month ,3 00. R ? in o r the r period j a m o n the rom. J i t e a p i. I.15 Cut. L i t. R e d by e n r r in r50 Reut p e r m o n Thep a t at a p in a t in n u f e a. I i m o n the. W. A b la r to n t u. W. A la e n o n. \ Alum i u u l i s h k b s. N. Consler building main Street. Poetry. Home. O m t i n o t m e r r by of u r to n n or w a l l to h o u g h w Ith p in to r e s h u n j a n i l Gil m is w is d o m is be Isu r e. A f the r a it s a r e d e a r by b o u g h t l eth y a r o tags to � to y the o u g h t. Our selected Story. Learning his value Between his fingers and a puzzled frown upon his brow. The note directed in a Graceful feminine hand was Brief Bear guardian i will be at the office at ten o clock in the morning to consult fou Ilion a matter of importune. Mile. A matter of importance muttered or. Wilkinson twisting the note nervously. Can my Lerf fed True ? has Cyril Urais y proposed to my Pearl 1 Ain afraid he and what can i say what can i for against the Man. If Millie s instincts v Laved her false ten o clock. 1lie last Silvery stroke of the Mantle lock had not died away Whan he door of Fie office was opa Gid by a clerk and Millie firmly entered tie room. Jul t a few words to describe the Ward of lion Marcus Wilkinson always thought m Pearl a Lily As everything pure and of he was of medium Sieight slender a l Graceful with a thoughtful lace of exquisite Beauty. Vry Young Only eighteen Millie Bent ? bad Home Early the sorrows of Hie. Her Fallier having been wealthy had my in business and committed suicide or Mother delicate and helpless Lead ought Ove by Fremy for two years and nuking under privation and toil had con i a fatal disease. When All Hope of 1 � As Over the news came that millies a Ftp dying abroad had left a Fortune to 0ffiy sister. A will was made by the Mug woman leaving her own lately won Indence to Millie and appointing i r of Friend. Marcus Wilkinson. Gurd a o the heiress. Borrowing and womanly beyond her Fri a had turned from her own a Endeavor to Solace some of Nau 0j those with whom her own Erin Hud made her la Miliar. Jennie Lias gone to him. Yesterday he sent word if the rent was not ready to Day at twelve out we must go. I ave paid it regularly for five years but lie dont think of that. All Jennie made the last month she s had to pay for fire and food. She s but fifteen and her pay is Small. What do you owe Cyril Ormsby thirty a Likings. And if he is not paid to Day he will put you out into the Street to die he says tie work House is the place for paupers. At this moment a slim Pale girl of fifteen came in crying bitterly. Or. Wilkinson was out she began and then seeing her visitors she cried eagerly of or. Wilkinson you will not let Mother be put into the Street. I ill pay every Penny sir if Only you wait till site is better and i can get no full time to work have you seen or. Ormsby to Day Jen Nie a the old gentleman asked. Yes. Sir lie said lie had no time to hear my whining. The agent will be Here at twelve and if the Money it not paid he will put is May 1 whispered Millie. Just As you Plaise my dear. Perhaps this dying Oman or her child will drink up your Charity. Hush hush to tenderly. Of delicately Millie gave Lier Charity that there was Only deepest gratitude awakened without the galling sense of obligation. She left More thag sufficient of co Mif to and Delicat Tes for Ali invalid. No word pm had or Lipe until a Cousin wait was the Brief reply. Tation and Here More eloquently than Ever Millie heard How cruel a mockery were All the schemes of Charity and philanthropy that had been poured into her ears. It needed no spoken w Ord from her guar Dian to Tell her that the Noble words uttered to win her were hut those of hypocrisy which knew How it could Best plead its cause with her. 1 be and another turned to or. Wilkin son As to a Friend unaware of the torture of their words to the kindly lady beside him told of cruel exaction of work and sickness or trouble of closest calculation of time of 6mall wages and heavy rents. If we wont live Here and pay we get no work in the factories one said when asked Why she did not seek a More healthy Quarter. I am doing overtime to pay for my Eloid s funeral said one for i lost the wages for three Days. I staid by her to Sec her die. And to Bury her. I m uneasy about the rent another said for 1 lost a week by a fall on the ioe and it s hard making it up again. Not one word of kindly sympathy of help in trouble or sickness. The hands under Cyril Ormsby were simply human machines to do so much work or Well or pay the Price of an hour or Day of idleness no matter How necessary. There was no word spoken As or. Wilk Inson and Millie Walke a to the office again. Once there the old gentleman spoke gravely. As your guardian. I can speak to you no word against Cyril Ormsby. He is a Rich Man of Good social position of irreproachable moral reputation and a Man whose standing in business circles is of the highest. A Man who is a match in every worldly sense. So much for your guar Dian. As your Friend my Pearl who loves you As your own dead either might have loved you who knows every impulse of your pure soul As that Friend i Tell you i would rather see you lying beside your Mother than the broken hearted wife of such a Man As Cyril Ormsby. I came to you As a Friend As almost a father said Millie and i thank you for keeping me from life Long misery. To know my husband such a Man As i now know Cyril Ormsby to be would As you say break my heart. I would not Tell you raid her guar Dian tor you knew i disliked him and might have thought that dislike prejudiced me. But Millie Tell me that you will not let this Day s work Shadow your life. You do not love Cyril Millie. No. 1 reverenced what i believed a no ble generous nature. That reverence a mockery i shall never break Ziy heart for a Man 1 thoroughly despise Uncle Marc. And so it happened that Cyril Ormsby. Coming to claim tie Fortune be believed within his grasp met Only or. Wilkinson with Millie s polite but distinct refusal to resign herself or her Fortune to his keep ing. But lie never knew How it was that Mil lie Learned the True value of Bis hollow words of Charity and philanthropy. To Vul Torero. The following prescription said to be a sure cure for drunkenness conies from in eminent physician take sulphate of Iron five grains Peppermint water eleven drachmas spirit of nuts leg one drachma twice a Day 4 Liis preparation acts As a stimulant and tonic and partially supplies the place of the accustomed liquor and prevents the few months it is stated that one desire for liquor. Ses All continued from last week these successive failures did not and could not discourage. An Eastern connection was needed the direct line of which was via the Yellowstone the Long promised route of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Impressed with the idea that individual Effort alone would demonstrate the value of the country find despairing of any Early Railroad approach and at the same time believing that Gold discoveries and furs and Robes would follow Perma nent location at the head of Steamer Navi-1 Cal in gation Early in 1875 tie famous tease expedition Gate was nailed a Sheet of paper with the motto we go but we return the rescuers and tie rescued then be Gan the homeward March the encircling indians retreating As the column moved from the lately endangered Post. Flying toward the Little Horn their next feat proved what is now known As the Custer massacre. Says general Brisbin m ills report of the Rescue to lib indians seem to have expected our coming. A determined attack lasting through several Days preceded our arrival but driven to close quarters the Little company fought gallantly killing Many of the Sioux enemy. The gun thundered from the bastion As we approached and it remains now the Only an Glo Saxon occupant of big Horn City. It was located in the heart of sitting bulls camping ground but is now abandoned a loss to tie settlers of several thousand dollars. But How now two y cars Only have wit and humor., passed and fort c uster has been a tilt but moved from Bozeman lor Bensons Landing forty two Miles away big Horn c Ity was on the \ Ellovie Stone. At its head was i al j re occupied a year ago the Good old gun lows d. Pease seconded by men who had has resume 1 its p Ace upon the bastion Long Smee made their Homes upon the Bor l score of steamers steamed b y it or under and had dreamed for years of the loaded ear it last year farms and settlers Ana stores and warehouses present the Dorado of the " lower country. The Fleet consisted of three Large Mack gnaws and a Small boat loaded with sup plies a Wagon the big Horn gun and building materials and manned by a por Tion of the command the remainder mov ing Overland with the horses and the material not possible to boat. Alter Many adventures the big Horn was reached and on the 24th of june 1s75, the coveted site was again occupied and big Horn City again located. Here a Bastio Ned stockade was immediately built the gun i hinted upon the Lookout and preparations made not Only to remain and open farms but for defence against the Hostiles who menaced the Little Colony up on every Side. It proved an eventful sum mer attack followed attack Supply trains from Bozeman and messengers from what was now known As fort Pease were again and again attacked upon the Road men were killed and horses run of by the determined Sioux who watched with Jeal selves and the problem of big Horn City is solved at last. And now the Stream of settlers is mov ing up from the East meeting the counter Stream from Utah and Idaho and Montana. The plow and the reaper and the Thresher and the saw Mill have made their entry Bridges and ferries Are preparing for the business tie influx of people must create lands Are being entered and Cabins built almost upon the Custer Battlefield and the vast Region which but two years ago knew Only tie Savage Mastery of the Sioux now shares its ownership among Whites of half a dozen nationalities. And soon the wilderness will Blossom As the Rose und each result of the settlers labor stand a Monument to the Enterprise of the Pioneer of Montana. So far i have merely attempted a re View of the operations of expeditions hav ing town site locations in View. Tie his ten and will form the subject of another series of articles the Restiv e Flea. Oils Eye this repeated attempt to Settle in j tory of private efforts remains to be writ the country from which they had Driver so Many previous adventurers. During one attack upon the stockade a colonist was killed and scalped under its very Walls and the Winter witnessed such j5 ill tvs ii o f w Tail Tai a m i Ouli w a h ill espionage of the Bozeman Trail that at last communication Mas completely Cut off. Provisions and ammunition grew scarce the most daring began to despair until self preservation demanded the pro curia of Succour at any risk. Pease had performed the feat of reaching Bismarck in a skid and the command had devolved upon Paulina Mccormick. He. The average woman hates a Flea with an intensity almost diabolical in its nature. She will pursue one of these Little inno cents with the remorseless Ness of a fiend and if you Ever expect to Sec a lic Dutiful exemplification of womanly traits be. � look for it when she knows that a Flea is about. Anil in proportion As a woman Lites a Flea seems to love and is never enjoying be however had alter Many perils of tie j Static Hiss a Nicks favored with her society a want of the he hair. Lotto for a cat show come to the scratch. England gives Russia blow for blow. Both Are great blowers. A Dull razor and a returned californian Are always Well strapped. If Money could be borrowed As easily As trouble what a Happy world this would be. A dutchman being informed that a cer Tain painting was by Bierstadt enquired who Beers Dat Spring poetry May be written on both sides of a Sheet of paper. The waste Bas Ket is not particular. Lying about a politician never hurts the Man lied about it is having the truth told that kills him. We read that Burnt Alum will cure dyspepsia and reflect How sad it is that dyspepsia does not know senti Nel. A sodium calmness steals around a dred or Cums the sole Wen in my pockets Depths i sound and Only find a Hole. Haw key e. Old Deacon Dobson always boasted that he was prepared for the worst. And his neighbors thought he got it when he mar ried his second wife. President Ila yes will stay in Washington this summer it does not make any differ ence to him where he spends a heated term. He has All the elements of coolness within himself. An enthusiastic Indiana editor wrote al ter the convention the Battle is now opened but alas the intelligent compositor spelled Battle with an of and his readers say that they have suspected it All along. A Ilian wrote to the Buffalo express to say that he wanted the paper but had no Money and offering to Send for it two undershirts Worth $3, which were presented to him but were too Small. He got the paper. While Reading a few chapters in Noah Webster s entertaining novel we Learned Washington letter. How oar representatives conduct them Welve weat Lier Cly rfcs and other Rose Riino to sub Urban town the f resident cot tag children clothing water color painting on toilet and other article Etc. Jonh Billing maj lug. I i never bet on the Man who is always telling what he would have done if he had been there i have no tie d that tills kind never get there. The fear of the Law Here and the Law hereafter has furnished us some very Dev i or specimens of christianity. � fools Don t know their strength it they j did. They would keep still j True happiness seems to consist in want j ing All that we can cry of then getting All i we Waht. I the Best m a to keep a secret is to for i get it. To get out of debt. Washington d. C., april 24, 1878. To the editor o f the i cant courier Friday afternoon the question relating to the rebuilding of the Williams and Mary s College in Virginia was brought up Anil so determined Mas the Effort to de j feat the Bill that the action very nearly approached the old time Lulli mustering move 1 u a Young Man in debt Benjamin meats to kill time and keep speeches in its Franklin gave the following advice make favor from living made. Three or four j a estimate of All you owe no Ltd of All times tie yeas and nays were called each j owing to you. Reduce the same to Roll Call occupying More than half an hour. No East As Vuu collect pay Over to those you owe. It you cannot renew your note every year and get the Best Security you can. Go to business diligently such times Are not wholly uninteresting to the Looker on. They at lord Opportunity for a study of human nature at least. All interest in what is before the House ceases j a n d be industrious w Aste no Idle moments among the members the moment the yeas j Bove to economical in All things discard and nays Are called and they relapse into Pride be faithful to your god by regu their Reading writing conversation or la and Hearty prayer morning and night naps As inclination chances to prompt. The hum of voices is continuous and every lounge in the room and there arc 12 or 15is occupied by prostrate forms of the honorable gentlemen some with handkerchiefs spread Over their Heads and nearly All sleeping. Indeed the occasions arc rare when these sofas Are empty of Nap takers. The weather is getting warm and people arc making preparations for leaving the City. Houses in the suburban villages Are renting fast. Many business men who own cottages from five to ten Milts out of town shut up the City houses move their families into the country and go Back and Forth daily upon the steam cars. A Large num ber of government clerks also go out into these villages and Board during tie sum mer months. Mount pleasant the nearest Village Lias no cars but a Large omnibus runs to and from the City at accommodating hours for cite business. President s cottage at soldiers Home is that when Uliey embalm a Man they fill j a Loci r0_ng some repairs and additions a. V " e j billiard room and Library Are going up and the executive family will remove to it in the course of two or three w weeks. Now lies pm i lie likes to see her Couch in the Stilly hours of the night m of her from slumber and from a sheltered Nook w fitness her feverish exertions a escape his caresses but per haps he docs not reach the Acme of enjoy ment until he can slyly accompany her to Church and not make his presence known until she ims satisfactorily settled her fur Belows and flounces on the cushioned seat All ready to be admired and make a note of lion others look. And then the Flea be Gin Bis manipulations knowing full Mell that he has his victim at a disadvantage. Here there can be no Hasty flinging of skirts no assuming of unbecoming pos Tures m Lille making frantic grabs at the mis Chievous and inaccessible monster. If you note the woman closely you will see a com pressing of the lips and a look of hate and pain creeping into the face which she would Fain conceal and not reveal for Are not Many eyes upon Lier ? one moment she settles herself a Little More Lii Ody on Ore Side hoping to crush the aggressor but tie next instant she feels him scamp ing cot of others. Road reached Bozeman intent upon secur ing new supplies but there be was obliged to delay As a messenger m-1io bad volunteered to attempt the carrying of the news to fort Ellis had been killed upon the Way by the indians m to swarmed be tween it and the beleaguered settlement rendering any return impossible. At last a courier suddenly reached Bozeman hav ing travelled by night concealing himself during the Day and bearing tie following Appeal b in h o r n c it v. \ february 1 ,1s7g. / to general Jas. S. Brisbin commanding fort e Llis s i r we the undersigned Bona fide settlers and citizens of big n o inhaling settled Here upon the Public Domain on the 24th of june last intending to make Here our Homes and with tie intention of As sisting in the development of the country find ourselves unable to accomplish any thing because of the immediate Vicinity of the Sioux. They daily harrass us kill our citizens and run off kill and steal our Stock. Of our Colony of less than fifty men five have been killed and nine wounded. We lived ail summer in the Hope that Winter would drive these indians to their Camps but to our Surprise Uliey still re main about us and Are now in larger Force than during warm weather. On tie 2d of last month we sent a party of five out for game m Hen Uliey Mere attacked in full View of our stockade by Sioux and one was killed and the other four wounded. These indians Are about us in the Brush on Hii sides and lie in wait for any Counce to kill and Scalp any of us who May venture out. Bearing in mind the important objects of our settlement we have remained Here and undergone the hardships incident to such an undertaking. We find a Tine climate and productive soil everything requisite in the establishment of a tinning and Stock raising settlement we Are upon a navigable Stream Are anxious to re main. Can you under any View of the Case give us military Protection can Vou Send troops to drive these indians off with tie proper authorities resulted in a Rescue expedition from fort Ellis and on the 22j of february 1876, the military Force reinforced by a citizen command began its March. It was but 221 Strong 106 troops and 15 citizen but it m As Well supplied and made one of the most rapid movements known in the annals of Indian warfare. In the meantime Lieut. Schofield of the 2d cavalry had been sent to the Crow Agency to secure Indian and citizen recruits and on the 27lh he joined the column Mith 30 crows and 23 citizens while on the 28th the command received on Addi Tion of 24 crows. March 4th fort Pease Mas reached and without molestation although indians and Indian signs were plentiful. But Nineteen men remained in tie Stock Ade the remainder had been killed or had escaped by night and on the 6th the Posi Tion was evacuated All movable property was loaded upon the wagons escorted by the column and again big Horn City was abandoned. However not for All time and. Deter mined to return the big Horn gun was concealed in the River by the Brave men who conquered were not subdued. The to the acre and that labor is so Low that 251 Flag was left flying and upon the stockade j rent a Bushel returns a average profit 9 m r the very moment a Man achieves Suc Cess there s always somebody at hand to Tell How poor How obscure Hou no account he used to be and to express won der and astonishment that he should Ever have amounted to anything. The fact that lie has amounted to something that he ims proved Liim Elt a Success seems to make some of his acquaintances feel that they have been in a manner robbed and that by so much As lie has risen above them in position or influence by so much Uliey Are in orfed. Men who have groped blindly to find a fitting place for tie exer Cise of their talents Lind it and m Ith it comes naturally appreciation Money in fluence Prosperity. Can their Good for tune cause anything but rejoicing in a magnanimous and Noble mind ? there Are Fem men of note before the Public who have not fought their Way up through poverty obscurity disaster and countless oppositions of Adverse circumstances. In fact almost everybody that is anybody has had to fight for his Crown and when he gets it everybody rejoice with him doubtless theress Many a rough Diamond that is never polished or set but lies buried in Mountain mulches covered m Ith nud Many a mute inglorious Mil ton sleeps in quit country Church Yards but the a world is flashing with Light from diamonds that Are set w Ith Melody from Milton that Are to t mute. One thing is certain the Man or m Jinan who is occupied in picking to pieces the Crown Law Folly s on by a successful neighbor is not Likely to Wear one for the time thus spent is worse than masted and the disposition that can and pleasure in employment so ignominious and degrading can never and those aspirations labors and toils Conge Nial m hich bring deserved reputation and Honor and Success. Wheat liaising i China. Chinamen who have returned to their native country after a residence in the uni Ted states have introduced the growing of wheat to take the place of Rice As a food Staple. It is claimed that with the close care Given to agriculture in that country the yield Seldom Falls below forty bushels him up m Ith aromatic spices know Mph y a Man Chews cloves blaming himself. An irishman approaching a sci tool Kimlun. A i pwn in with to Iii curiosity when the janitor m Iio had noticed him put his head out of an upper Story Windon and asked did you think this was a Church Paddy Bogor a i did till i sum the Devil replied Paddy. Strawberries Are four dollars a quart in Nom York. On account of the open m in ter plumbers and ice men m ill not be Able to Purchase the delicious Berry until the Price Falls a Dollar or to o. Editors just revel in . Penn., Herald. Deacon Norwood to elder Tompkins yes sir a Man with Hope and Mab out no Faith is just like a Young Man in a Row boat m Iio aint got Only one oar and rooms around and around in a Circle Ami dont get nowhere. Small boy at a Safe distance if he Marnot a darned tool head Scull. The most enterprising piano manufacturers in this country have already prepared their circulars announcing that they Mere awarded tie first grand prize at the Paris exposition for the Best and sweetest toned instrument. The editor of the Worcester press has one pocket for ids Gold and another for his Silver. Bluit m As tie policy we adopted m Hen me commenced tie printing Busi Ness. These pockets Are just As Good to Day As they Ever were but we live worn out one dozen and a limit pairs of Panta . An individual suffering from dyspepsia Calls at a physicians House during his consultation hour. Tie practitioner examines him and declares i see Home it is you need a great Deal of exercise but perhaps your business does not leave you time. What is your occupation i have been a letter Carrier lor More than Twenty live years. An absent minded Man in Monroe. Con., ment to Church tie other morning wit i his overcoat As he supposed on ins Arm but tie laughing of tie people in Church directed Liis attention to tie fact that he had taken his everyday pantaloons and that tie suspenders attached to them were dangling about his legs. Curran was once disputing a Point of lamp with a certain judge who had written so viral silly political i pamphlets when tie latter sneering by alluded to the formers scanty Library Curran replied t i Mould rather read a Lew Good books than write Many stupid ones. If you say another word i la commit you shouted the irate judge. It would be the first Good tiling you Ever committed was the reply of the witty attorney. Strandin is a wag As Well As a confectioner in Paris and is As Bald As a Stone. The other Day he met a Friend a Hoin he had not seen for to Enty years. And Lias everything gone Well with you he asked. Yes answered the Friend Only i have lost All my hair. Well a said 8irandin, taking off his hat and showing his own shining poll you surely wont accuse me of Lia ring found it Mark Twain in Hia january Atlantie article pronounces an India rubber tree which be saw in Bermuda a fraudulent a Range Neil to because its branches bore neither shoes suspenders nor any other India rubber fruit of that description. He also saw a mahogany tree m hich he does t Call a Irald. Therefore we infer that its branches were loaded Down with pianos bureaus cabinets Centre tables and other mahogany fruit of a useful kind. Kab us t pm m m u. The grand Lodge of freemasons of England lord Carnarvon presiding unanimously passed a Resolution refusing to recognise As a Freemason any person initiated in a Lodge where belief in god is denied or ignored. This refers to to action of the grand Orient of France which recently eliminated the article expressing a belief i in from its ritual. A Lack in the mud of childrens clothing that ims Long been aril is at last supp leu in the coloured trimmings Hamburg and lace that Are Nom much in Vogue. Moth ers have revolted against clothing their Little girls in Brown Linen school dresses Mobile White or very Light muslims Cam Brics and prints Are too easily mussed for school. But now Dull linens May be Bright ened up Mith Cardinal red Navy Blue or Buff embroidery and Are converted at once into neat dress frocks. The More delicate embroideries Are to be used for White dress trimming both for children and la Dies and White dresses Are to be much worn the coming season attend Church and meeting regularly every sunday and do unto All men As you Mould they should do unto you. If you Are too needy in circumstances to give to the poor do whatever else is in your Pom or to do cheerfully. But if you can help the poor and unfortunate. Pursue this course diligently and sincerely lor seven years and if you Are not Happy comfortable and Independent in your circumstances come to me and i vill pay your debts. A i a t r l n i v i i i n l g o o g r a i i b y. A comic fellow Down the River gets off the following the state of Matrimony is one of the United states that is bounded by hugging and kissing on one Side and babies and cradles in the other. Its chief products Are population Broomsticks and staying out late at nights. It was discovered by Adam and eve in trying to find a North West passage out of Paradise. Tie Cli mate is sultry till you pass the Tropic of House keeping m Hen squally weather generally sets in with such Power As to keep All hands As Cool As a Cucumber. For the principal roads leading into this interesting state consult the first pair of pretty Blue you my against. Crumbs from the break fast table Edison is rigging up his talking machine to run by steam. The women have sever al thousand years the Start of it though. What ought to be done Mith the Man m to defies Public sentiment and Combs his hair Down in front of his cars ? How can the tramp be brought to a standstill is a conundrum waited from the West. Saw off some of his leg. Dio Lewis says a Man need t sneeze unless lie wants to. Lie most generally wants Nom that mater color painting is so t0 though by the time the sneeze gets much affected. M e see All sorts of articles decorated in that manner from easter eggs and Wax candles to kid gloves and ear rings. The candles and gloves Are in poor taste being so soon worn and Burnt out but the Dainty lockets and ear rings Are things of Beauty. Among the prettiest fairly on deck. An Eastern paper has for it motto the pen 13 mightier than the sword but the scissors Are easier to handle. Solomon did t get away with All the Wisdom. In Exchange wants to know How to keep an umbrella. Thai in t hard to do. Break All the ribs let tie cover become faded then you effects in this decorating line we see Tullet articles. Pin cushions with delicate and punch holes All Over it. Coverings upon which Are painted sprays j can t give it away of Flowers and vines and what is just now j before Boston goes entirely crazy Over particularly the rage the toilet bottles to iat female burlier she ought to pause a sheathed in White or tinted , trimmed j Ottle Between Beans and ruminate upon wit i lace and ribbon painted in �0" al j the trouble Samson got into by letting a sprays medallion or any design preferred j Vroman Cut lds Luicir. These Are u be seen in every druggist s. Need no Monument save Mun Dow More extensively m new work he Earlb of a Sooim Drymen exclaim of course than Here for me get the a Cincinnati boy in his Friday afternoon Jonty of our Little fleeting fancy styles declamation. It s about the Only kind hell from there. New York is washing tones Paris. The old and Well known Hutchinson family Are Here singing. They have Given a dozen grand concerts in Ine last 0 weeks Here besides singing at various charitable institutions the Reform school freed Man s Hospital. Orphan Asylum and in sane Asylum. Only one of the original boys is now in the troupe John. But i fancy none but singers Are allowed to marry into the family and so it is kept up. Adams. D Ost draw the Lonj by. I am tired to death so you have said very often yet you Are still alive and Well. I have not bad a Wink of sleep All night Anil it your Betl fellow heard you snore Many times. I m Ould not do it for the world and yet you have done Many things equally bad tor a Penny. We were up to our Knees in mud you know very Macii that the dirt was not Over your shoes. Prof. Swine on hell. Ever be Likely to get bub. He might need a Monument As bad As a sponge does moist ure but As Long As Marble can a utilized in making furniture look Nice lie m ill stand a slim show. Ellison s discovery is All the More remarkable when you come to sit Down by a warm stove and ruminate that his phonograph Lias put a ski Light into one of Tho obscures profile the world Ever Tuss eled with Viz How to get the last word Mith a m o m a n ? the machine does it. Is it a n y wonder some people insist that it to have a full show and plenty of pictures in the catalogue of miracles. The test Post office s sub j �. The material Gross conceptions of hell that ate rampant in menus arnds at this time Are unworthy of thinking minds in this Century of enlightenment and civilization. Time heat space matter Are All human and incident to a material universe j How natural for the same Christ who Aid i thereon Are subject to letter rates after a letter has passed from the mail ing office its delivery cannot be delayed or prevented. Tie mortis compliments o of a written on a package of third class m Atter will subject it to letter rates of postage. Architect drawings Are Subj oot to fester rates of postage. The limit of weight tor Ali Hal class mat ter is four pounds. A newspaper returned through the mail with the endorsement refused return to publisher m Ritten thereon is subject to letter rates of postage and postmasters should not mail such papers unless to postage is prepaid. Postal cards Mith printed slips pasted he Mas the door to use Strong figurative language to express spiritual truth and and particularly when he could not As we can talk in scientific terms and make his hearers understand him. A must All admit that some men we bad and depraved and that such a state of character comes from bad choices and brings misery and suffering. Why May not these results flow into another life and separate one Eter Nal from god this m Ould be hell enough for any Man to to eternally out of Barmoy with god and with the Constitution of things. A this Foss and talk about hell moms like children s prattle if one but Bear in Ednd that Man is a free and moral agent. Mid has a conscience that wifi goad him and lash him unless he is right in the sight of got and Nan. Even Mil ton puts into the Mouth of his hero satan to say myself am heu whore i go am heft. A a j postmasters Are not required to open their offices on sunday unies tie mails arrive on that Day. A Driver of a stage m Linch does not carry the mails cannot m without subjecting him self to a Tine carry a letter past a Post of fice unless the game is enclosed in a government postage stamp envelope. When a message has been written on a postal card and it has not been deposited for mailing it May be erased and a new one written without destroying the value of the card. Arguments of Council wholly printed can be sent by mail unsealed As pamphlets at the rate of one cent for two Nee w every fraction thereof. When packages of newspapers Are received at a Post office directed to one address and the postmaster la Tumi bed with a list of the names at the dub lie Shah deliver tie same to their nope Aire

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