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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1873, Bristol, PennsylvaniaIn written the Bucki county the Almond tribe. Tav Peck. Within this very important of Lii Ricky three Goi Cifa via tie fib tic Almond to Ltd tills celebrated botanist de of the valuable properties of Irimie m follows the Astin gent Febri fugal proper ties of u 1th which order these aau ally combined Are also found in tie Al mond in the bark of the wild Cherry whih is Niesch relied in the United a Talon and of tic Caplin of 1 tort Cherry tree bears its White Flowers in april and May in Prajim Ruou for its loads of forthcoming fruit in the Carl Purl of summer. We find in account of its first introduction to Italy years before Advent by Luculus who obtained it from a town in pontus called a crass Vidiri whence Tow Lutted it us Many botanists at tic Day to do. The lion mrs it to England though it is f Tiit these juice All lost. There no proof Towt were in England at tic i Hue of the Norman Conquest nor for Rome time after but lying to Olio wite about 1-115 or before says that cherries were then exposed for Sale in the London maj sol they me now in the Early w the wild deny the rec so ocies Are Well known in our Eastern staus. Tie Black Cherry tree Liy botanists commonly called Primus eur Yllana attains Only a Inoc Mio of tic in the in Tacky and along the Borders of the lower Ohio it i seen having Hio Lio Glit of eighty to one Hundred and the diameter of nine to flu in Leet. The Wood for which it is highly valued is Well known in Cabinet it Oik picture and Ninny other uses Abr which purposes it is often Tirc Fence to Iii Hogan w Liili it closely Loa wbk s in color and qualities. Of the wild Cherry some Bota Luis a named Primm wrote it or choke flurry. It is a Small Tiee or Shrub pie Feiring re i moist soils in he not them and Eastern states producing my globular and Astrin gent about Trio same size As the wild Black Cherry. This choke Clieny is highly mtr Mcd by children As Well is Birds. Wild red Cherry or Bird Cherry named by Liu Muus 1 Rymun Pensyl Ratica is found from to Virginia in Canada England and the North Western states to tix Northern part of the Wisocky mountains. Tills tree nourishes Best in the open Field at urns Only a moderate and Bias a Reddish bark with Al into dots. The fruit is a Midi globular Berry Bright red and is slip reply both Birds and boys devour the berries though tic latter do not Admire their flavor As they do that of choke cherries. Torrey describes a tree which he Calls tie Oara urm cd Jerry it flourishes on the River Banks of South Carolina Florida Louisiana and Arkansas attaining the height of 80 to 50 feet. Leaves of this pc a Cal contain much Prussia acid and cattle feed ing on Triem i tic Spring of the year Aie frequently killed. The same botanist 1ms mentioned seven More of Trio wild Cherry in mailing North America. From in analysis by or. Stephen Procter Llic wed Cheny bark is to Conteh starch Rayln Nuin gallic acid fatty mutter lignin we colouring matter salts of Lime and Potosna and Iron. He also obtained a Oil Asso dated will prussic or Hydro Yanic acid. Only two drops of this Oil proved fatal to n cat in less than five minutes. Not tic leaves of tie Caro Lina Cherry Only but also those of our most common wild Block Cherry contain much of this poisonous acid. Doubtless Ayer s Cherry tonal derives ifs lir along Jno Pertics from the i. Escale found copious draughts of tote cold infusion of Tho Cheny bark taken times a Day and continued for Caily two weeks to reduce his pulse from seventy live to fifty strolls in Trio minute. Some of our most eminent physicians extol the Virtues of the Diorry bark and have found it very useful in the hectic fever consumption and in. The various grades of intermittent fever. Tyas remarks that tins w lid Cherry tree that to wild Black Cherry and Lioko Cheny by cultivation w ill yield agreeable and excellent fruit in Heidi of tin insipid berries which it Natu rally bears so the human intellect if in cult will be found full of Tares and weeds it if trained carefully it will bring Forth the Shlit of Jun ight Ness and for this Jason. The Clerry Tice May be regarded As an Somblom of a Zooi education in Itten for Zuj a Luck county n the property value of thees. In Colin Mil Ngethe Vahie of suburban property tie buildings Are itemized to the full Cut dirt if this could be done tie country would be Moie than Ever Utti Active. It is the walks that weary Trio seekers after Ivy life. A regular system i a loaded would add a two Folio i by District. Mack. Ait Gunt 18t3. Silvei As Weed . It May Noih Kuonen to Iii cars in a Uncial that it is a common practice in some parts of tie country to turn sheep Inlo uie potato Field for the Exir Jisc of Ealing Down the the Sliech will not touch tie potato Vine. This Turing Vith sheep is when Lam crop is .1 late planted one so that thu Boe Iii cannot by completed in ii fior baying or is Iii Isbell. At he growing season it is uie Farmer s aim to keep Down tie Glass and weeds so that they May to covered Ity the cultivator and hoc when these . Pas Turing wit i we cup will attain Elliis object curly planted crops the 01 which is Coni ple cd in the Eaily part of tie summer fre que rally in co Iii gras a and before Liliu Mie of when Tise sue of the tops precludes cultivation. In this stage Tiu sheep arc economical Weet lers. It is Lully Nec Essaiy to mention that Tho feed thus Givon to sheep makes a double profit inasmuch As it absolutely nothing while labor is saved and weeds prevented from Foi Ava Niku of "11 Dumitila do Wol Boj Juile Nakk Jyh Hogni Foi Tvr Letlon for the Hacks county on Otto fall and Winter plants. Arc now in tie midst of the Floral season when the later Blooming Spring sown annuals require Little or no further cure and arc goner Only repaying for attention bestowed with the gorgeous diversity of to Weir blooms and now those who fake a interest in a continued Suc cession Pic year round Aie at Liberty to with draw their attention from , and bestow it non such As they May design to cultivate for the fall Border and for a inter window display. For those who have Icse cd provisional or secured the same by removal of Eaily hovering annuals to occupy with such haul and half Hardy perennials and biennials As will ensure a succession to enough the fall and Winter seasons to be cultivated from seeds and slips the writer May be allowed to name As favourites it few varieties which collectively of lord a very pleasing diversify of show All of which it is wow it tit about the time to make ready their forthcoming. Among Hartly perennials Ami of easy culture which of lord a pleasing Assem Blage May be mention win Hocky Mountain Columbine which although usually to be sown in with care May be now propagated Espe cutly with the View to its removal to the parterre or for window display the perennial larkspurs those classified As 1, Del 8, the hyacinth flowered and 4, the Dwolf socket. These All better when sown in autumn than in and Roay now attended to with pro Mise of Success. Tie Pansy and 4 the English cowslip should never be overlooked in the Well arranged Flower Garden. The Viola the Primula we always succeed Well from sown lit the fall and a also Hardy or Benaiah. Tow above named Are among herbaceous flowering that is. Living which May taken and removed in doors on the who wac of Winter to decorate the windows and the conservatory by which delightful blooms May be kept up to give tee Riecss to fhe Winter term. Attractive Dhority to run upon Trel or for the of which now also be sown we name 1 Lobelia 2 Sweet alyssum or 8 Candy tuft Mcm bling the former but a grosser grower larger and 4 Mignonette. Oter in from seeds As alive snort genial and of rectifying soil usually ton amply of an at mixture of decayed Good Rich Well and manipulated there Are some epicurus even beat in a my compost Intel nosed Loam and a Little Sand in not fair inter overlooked by you believe in Avo you Good Faith i the comforting of Lacy of Little smiling objects of that draw the away from engrossing malady of the heart 01 levered tumult of the brain and ii Muso them into forget Uluss for a i Omant and beguile Inta breath or two of Calm or have you lost ail in playthings and holding yourself Wiser now than then never care to re member Tho hours when you from your task to Ball and marbles Flung your Thiol k s into the River with a Good bait Abr your Cich or one splash of your winged sent your insoluble problem Back to its native element on Uio jubilant Tail of a sky cleaving Kite and cast All Jardiniere and Wato cd they do not even Droop for a Nehrt. Australian it Nis and the More Otic nil cultivated Aaric ios with those rustics do not put them to shame and then too you live the pleasure of remember ing whence each Plant was and the waving plume is o Watt to wait Jou Back to the delicious Solitude of Tho Danio tangled wild Wood Rich with Midsummer Mut Mars and Fra Grant with Sweet innocent . If you gather ferns for vases to mingle Ith sedges and grass you can Iron them when they Aie fish plucked and Tho greenness keeps and the smoothness too in whatever curve you like. Do of know about Shattc Vork a sir eat number of perfect needed for this. Yon must have a smooth Board upon which pin with Lino Sharp liitle English pins a shoot of writing paper. Over this spread whatever material you wish to Ini ribbons for scarfs or Bow s Book Muslin for tidies to be lined afterwards with Merino for opera cloaks and White velvet or velveteen for brackets. Then place in wreaths or groups As your fancy directs the fresh gathered or ironed ferns Intel minded with such leaves As Maples and Oak Rose leaves and clovers in trios or quintets. Pin them Down through cloth and paper fast to the Board with the tiniest Sharp pins. Have your Saucer ready of wet India Ink dip into it Deli cately a Bush of the tooth order and rub Over the Teeth of a comb upon Jour work the Fine Spray or spatter of Paic or dark Ink so leaving the space covered by the leave in Sta tuese White. Afterwards if Yon please you can vein tie leaves Pencil the outline or Shade them slightly to give Relief. There is Opportunity for some artistic feeling in this sort of fancy work for which just now there is quite a rage especially for the brackets As the spattered velvet when nicely mounted to uphold a vase of Flowers or some favorite porcelain Type Lus a peculiarly soft and Rinji effect. Tie phut Woods and Cedars give a Varia to of suggestive materials for rustic Handiwork a perfect Pine Cone gilded is in itself a Lovely ornament on realize Tho beaut v of the Shane alien you see it thus finely lit. Then the buds of the bairns sowed upon pasteboard Mako crosses for Christmas. In one of the new enc is grow soft and thick that Lias Given much pleasure since. Perli aps the Loveli Wiss of he you us girl who made it and tiie love Story that was Woven in has added a Little to its Atti Active effect. It was improvised one Day Ratter unromantic ally. You May a Large sized Jelly Box giving about six indies diameter to use earthy base. Upon this the Moss was moulded into a full hemisphere and every Day some new tuft of Merakl foliage Brown and Gold Spears Scarlet and Silver cups were planted and closer Rrelier and Richer till autumn Carne. Then it was brought to the City add not All the Fine Pic Tures and statuary of the drawing room had such a winning Grace As this Little orb of Moss set As it an Island in a a Sliver plate. Its Emerald disk avos a Minia Ture Tropic with its rank Luxuriance braided vines Fern tree and Inch High Palms. Of course weave in threads of Romance to associate living remains to with the touch of a Dearest hand our precious Handi work makes it in one Way More Rich. But quite unmixed and exclusively in their own Light these Woodland things have charms. The wild a succession so beautifully linked that each one seems to have out of the secret heart of the the april Arbutus to the Midsummer Laurel the Golden Rod of october s Happy is any one who can these or who Lias them Kiin cd in his thoughts in their own refreshing t rom the journal of Chi Wittry. Dangerous burkinc4 fluid. We desire to Call attention to the mount Banks who travel around the country to exhibit their non explosive oils. They show that it is impossible to explode their particular Brand and they give As a reason unit it has Boon treated with certain chemicals in a Way to remove All danger. Nobody pretends that naptha alcohol Ether and the like Aie explosive. They can be lighted and burned quietly and in the most mall Unsino manner it is Only when mixed w Ith Tho oxygen of Tow air that an explosive compound produced and this part of the sex pc ment is naturally omitted by the exhibitor it requires consider table skill to prepare just the right mixture of Light Oil and air to insure Suc Cess and it is under Corn of this difficulty that the dealers in adulterated oils escape detection. Unto innately just Tho pro Jar mixture is some times Tormod in Fis Hie. Oil is exhausted and the total explosion lakes Taeo. The num Berol accidents from the bursting of lamps is very Small and it is not the question of explosion that should attract he most attention. 15y Jar i lie i eater number of deaths and losses by lire have Arisen from Tho ignition of the amps or cans either from the breaking of u lamp or some careless handling of the be poloum ignited fluid spreading Over the clothing of the Peison or on the floor is what docs the damage. It ought to be. Ugloi blood that there is no chemical that will make an Oil Safe the Patzius and claims on this subject arc sheer impositions. The Only w a to make Oil Safe is by distillation that is removing from it All Oil or naptha trial a ill take lire below 110 do Rees 1 fahrenheit. Any Oil that can to lighted on ifs so fuck by a match and will bum without a Wick is unsafe. Sperm Oil rape seed Oil and us Motino pct oleum can be poured upon the floor and a match applied but they will not Burn it is necessary to heat them to a High Point before any vapor Yirilli come off that will Lake tic from a taper and continue to Burn. Any Oil that when posed into a Saucer will Lake fire lion a match and continue to Burn is alcohol docs is unsafe and ought to be Dis carded at once. Such an Oil contains volatile compounds which can give Rise to explosive and if the lamp Breaks May occasion the most dangerous Burns. We must therefore warn All bosons from using such oils about then Prev Ulscas. My baby boy. O ulv Lieut that my own Hart lain Root one Short Ai tiny Binl Lilik Teltoe nest without few. Dew utile jihad t with wayward clustering hum of Eold Brown each shining Cor a Radiant witching thing Sweet even that gluten with the fun Der Light of Hea yen t own Bine Sweet baby tips Between Coral rift gleam through. Little hand i i fee thy to Vanir touch upon my face j each Dainty dimpled Roee topped Bugor full of Grace. Dear Little feet Cali with tiny mat of line Small toes that Pink us lining of a Ufa Shell let two rows. At thc88 8nla11 should go astray or be All torn to bleeding by the thorium that Hue the Way. A me i that e or these tender Violet even o Row cold and Stern thin baby hand a innocent and soft to evil turn. Liat o or Tiu Why lie Ait upon my breast should or or that its purity a stain May Kuve. O Elf i we Nln thy Home form sculptured by a it Range. Hour Gynn lies As seed lieu Atit Tuu Tod. Nurtured expanded by a grand True life the Erm s the germ shall Rise end Lam to end Lam Glen Long immortality the Gray Mare the better horse. In answer to a correspondent asks the origin of the above proverb the new York Jbf Cher gives the following Story this Well known proverbial saying or Ittel from Tho following circumstances gentleman of a a Citrin county in England having married a Young lady of considerable Loi tune and at the same possessed of Many other charms be Ibi ind not Long after Norria a that she was of a High domineering temper and always contending to to mistress both of him and his family therefore ii formed the Resolution of parting from her. According lie waited upon her father and told him slut be found his daughter of such a temper that lie heartily tired of her and if he would take her Homo lie would return every Penny of lie Fortune. Trio old gentleman having inquired into the cause of his complaint asked him Why he should be Moie disquieted at it than any Oiler married Man since it was the common Case Ith them All and consequently no More Sun w might have expected when to entered into to marriage Stato. The Young gentleman do Sii cd to be excused if he said be was so far loin giving his assent to this ass Eifiona that he a bought himself More unhappy than any other Man As his wife had a spirit no Way to be quelled and most certainly no Man who Imd sense of right 01 wrong could Ever submit to be go veined by ins said Tho old Man Jou Aro but Little acquainted with the world if do not know that All women gov Ern their husbands though not All indeed in the same method How Ever to end All disputes Between us i Viji put what 1 have said on this proof if you Are willing to try it. I have five horses in my stable you shall harness these to a cart in which 1 shall put a Basket containing a Hundred Oggs and if in passing through the county and making a strict enquiry into Tho truth or falsehood of my Asser Tion and Leavine a at the House of every Man who is master of his family himself and an egg where the wife governs you shall find your gone before your horses i Hope thai Yon will then think your own Caso not uncommon but w ill be contented to go Home and look upon Yoru own wife As no worse than her idiom ibis. If on tie other baud your horses Are gone first i will take my daughter Home min float Hie youth i dunces. Fisher Ames entered Harvard at the a a of twelve and Edward Everett at thirteen Wisn of Heber translated into Eirish at seven Anna Seward i created from memory the first three books of Paradise lost at nine and lord Brougham wrote on philosophy at eighteen. Out All eminent men have not been remarkable for Early attainments borne of the grandest spirits that the world has Ever whose works and memory Are regarded in youth As dunces. Hoy flowered late but bore the rarest that distinguished teacher or. Arnold of Rugby alter speaking of those who zealously cultivate inferior pave in of mind said of such a Pupil i would stand to that Man hat in he once spoke reply to a Dull boy who Lepied Why do you speak Ungi ily is. Indeed i am doing the Best 1 la Aruold said he never so Felt a rebuke in his life. Sir Isaac Newton was a pronounced dunce in Luso " school Days. He stood Low in his classes Ana seemed to have no Icli Sli for study. One Clay the Bright boy of the school gave him a kick m the stomach which caused him severe pain. Tie insult stung Young Newton to the Quick and he Reso hed to make himself Felt and respected by improved scholarship. He applied himself resolutely to study and Ere Ong stood m his classes above the toy Avaio had kicked him. And ultimately became the first scholar in the school. Newton owed his pre Eminence in ins philosophical studies More to perseverance and application than to any mar Velous natural endowments. Oliver Goldsmith than w Horn no boy could appear More stupid was the butt of ridicule a school. A school Dame after Wonderfi-1 Tience and perseverance taught him the Alpha bet a Flung which she deemed creditable to her skill and Winch she lived to mention with Pride when her Pupil became famous. He had Imide no Progress in the exact studios but liked his Ory and latin poetry. He was a sore trial to Lus ambitious Mother who made Many fruitless efforts to quicken his wits by her slurp words. His relatives teachers and schoolmates All told him that to was a fool which re Tot to did not dispute but took it Good Immo redly. Even when lie had produced the traveler an eminent critic said to a Friend sir idol e Leve that Goldsmith wrote that that let me Tell you is believing a great Walter Scott was a Dull boy and when attending Trio univ Egaily at he went by the name of the great but t i pursuing a study that be loved As. For example history or the classics he was persevering and methodical. He was one of those whose knowledge on a subject that interested increased until it Lav like a great volume in his mind. When Walter Fencott began t o make of that Knowles a society gave him another name somewhat diff Erent from Edinbough an Lallon. It was the great Glutton the antiquarian whose knowledge of books was dec nod remarkable Avis slow to learn a Beni a boy. Lie was sent to school to a certain or. Meat. Us thus tells his experience my master took occasion to beat my Bead against Trio will holding it by he hair but he could never boat any learning into och Dan found it hard to acquire the the ele ments of learning. His Mother doomed it her duty to inform his teacher to lat he was not Bright to learn like other boys. Adam Clarke was pronounced by his father to be a grievous and or. Chalmers was pronounced by his teacher As an incur risible you know Anglo dimming Little Armac Utts Way Little Jolly tue Nate i you any w Tiu Medicine u to the unto and War ranted free from anything to the wort Dell u is Hadj cuffs Bartu a late St., it. A 21 at j. Milnor s store or Ltd Emht Affton Bristol a. Can be found a full Tyno of Fine and in fact everything in the grocery line. 24 Bristol Mills. A a Dorrance flour Christ saw Fleming earm its will hear in i hid that our Laci Latios arc 1 hut to can 1 Uriel no at lower 1 rides than can by Puk Chaser else hark in toe county also constantly on undercover. Coal hand Well Sci t died picked Cabeen Beatty we Slih to Call Tiili to our Stock of dry goods carpets of rookeries , , Wall papers window shades Carriage manufacturer Batik it Kkt ill Virtol a. Our Stock of dress goods is Complete. Everything new stylish Ami durable. A Large variety Black Chapm and veils Black Silks of the Imit Rel liable a Meh. White goods goods linens Oil am. Kinos. Of kid Hauris seamless joijv1n, l is and 4j Hurrah for a Day s pleasure along to for a dip in old Ocean and a stroll on the Beach a Vijai. Knights lied. Men of line of a motions hamjjujk5 edgings t1ummixgs, collars cuffs Colt sets soaks ties gents fun inking goods to Lakiki a. Cloths and Cassimeris Koh both Okat and Small. I piety. Groceries a i i.1, also a Okko for Idem Orest reliable to one. Chatter by his master enc land states quite a Holiday Trade has Arisen m work of this kind. Sometimes the crosses ire of Wood covered with the Cone segments and acorns bordered with Moss. Sometimes in the Balsam Cross hovers a Little Dove. Picture frames Are made from the stems from which the Pine Needles fell leaving their pretty pricks. For All these manufactures and for the hanging baskets in Whiteh Hie Cones Are to dreaded like beads into the right shape the work is done while the Fra Grant Bita dipped in warm water or steamed arc chantly wet. Botthe prettiest frames for Petite bouquets of pressed Flowers or fairy Fine clusters of leaves Are made of smooth Birch bark and enclosing the Floral picture on an Oval background of Blue yaqui site Small mosses May be grouped upon cardboard and then encased in a tiny Basket split m half for the purpose in imitation of those picturesque of seaweeds Liat come the Isle of Wight. There b a fascination about a collection of living mosses that you can forever keep dewy fresh. Ono was made a season or two ago in that Lovely Litchfield where the Joss again and you shall keep her Fortune this proposal was too advantageous to be rejected. Our Young married Man Thor Foto set out with great eagerness to get rid Asho thought of his hoists and his wife. At the first Bouse he came to lie heard a woman Vith a shrill and angry voice Call her husband to go to the door. Here he left an egg you nov sure without making any farther inquiry at the next House lie Mot with something of the same kind and at e Ely House in Short Liis Oggs were almost gone when lie arrived at the scat of a gentleman of figure in the county lie knocked at the door and inquiring for the master of the House was told by tie so Thant that Iii master was not yet stirring but if to pleased to walk in his lady was in the Pailor. The lady with great complaisance de sired him to be scaled and said if his business was urgent she would Wake her husband but bad much rather not disturb him. Why really said lie my business is Only to ask a question which 3011 can resolve its a Ell is your husband if you will to ingenuous with me Yon will doubtless think it Odd and it May be deemed impolite for any one much More a Sti anger to ask such a ques Tion but As a depends upon it and it May to some advantage to yourself to declare tie truth to me i Hope these considerations will plead my excuse. It is Madam my desire to be informed whether you a oven your Hus band or he Niles Over you indeed sir replied the lady this question is somewhat Odd but As i think no one ought to be ashamed of doing their duty i shall make no scruple to say that 1 am always proud to obey my husband in All things but if a woman s own word is to be suspected in such a Case let him answer for me for Liere he the gentleman at that time entering the room and after some apologies being made acquainted with the business confirmed every word his obedient wife had reported in her own favor upon which he was requested to choose which horse in the team he liked Best to accept it is a present. A Black gelding struck the fancy of the gentleman most but the lady desired Imp would cd Loose tie Grey Mart which she thought would be very fit for her site Saddle her husband gave substantial reasons Why the Black horse would be the most useful to them but Madam still persisted in her claim to the Grey Mare. Said she and will you not take her then but i say you shall for i am sure the Grey Mare is much the better Well my dear replied the husband it it must be so you Onnist take an replied the gentleman Caincr and i must take All my horses Back again and Endeavor to live Happy with my an incorrigible ton was dismissed from school who finding himself unable o teach him any thing in a satisfactory manner settled it that the boy was a teach is Aie Apt o be impatient Over Dull scholars and predict of them that they will never come to anything. Such uncalled for prophecies ought to discourage no scholar who tries to do Well. A certain Edinburgh professor once pronounced upon a student this opinion dunce you Are and dunce you will Ever remain " that student was sir Walter Scott. Nothing in particular. I about by Flay and night the most acute of ninja Aitt to picture it in Black owl White the object of this Ballad permit to gentle Render please to breathe in Jour Den. Monk Marlborough Peterborough Nelson Strafford Omond Chi Rendon add son Swift Johnson Walpole Bolingbroke Chatham Pitt Fox Burke Grattan Bacon. Locke Neww Davy Hume Gibbon Macaulay Hogarth sir Joshua Reynolds David Ganick Johs Kemble or Edmund evening Post. Useful who has been commenting on the visit of Tho Shah to and now can you Tell me of and thug we have from first l Nat is to next is it we get from second toy after know Guttri Pershay following is an abstract of an essay from the pen of a Yonne lady graduate of the Biddeford me., High so loll on the absorbing question of what shall i do to the lords of creation have teen compared to sturdy Oaks and we to tie vines that cling to and twine around them but this metaphor if Ever pertinent to use a Slans phrase has Long since played out we have All heard of the Oakless vines in Massachusetts to Maine and there Are too Many Oaks scarcely support themselves to say nothing of then supporting anything else. T much a life of activity and Hon ombre exertion and believe that the world owes me a and which exec eyes an important use in Cei ing Down through freights from new York l the West. It is a singular combination Winch we Are about to cautious canny orthodox Garrett linking arms with Jay Gould and Tho new Jersey South i n it is Antonio and shylock in anxiety and proves the pc fac Tion of the phrase that is extremes be Tuu client. Or. Thomas Scott is not it Congress Hail Bis old stamping ground this season baying Fol Lowed or. Garrett to partly for relaxation and in the main to negotiate the Bonds of the Texas Pacific Railroad. But or. Thomp son. Scott s senior is expected among that wonder of aplomb and who needed Only slut Happy Foi though of a White Necktie to Mako at onco Bishop and Engi Neer priest and King. Do you know says or. Cuyle to a harmless bystander. Or. Cuyler is the grand master in Clu Sicery of the Pennsylvania Road and in the constitutional or on the sidewalk counsels and arunies in ils behalf o you should know says or. Cuy Ler. Iio is Brilliant As a meteor and simple As a child. His mind is expansive As the solar system and his ipod Sty exceeding even that. Ills head is full of and huge ideas. You should know Tell said i to one who knows him Well what Mannar of Man is Thomp he is a Good said the person inquired of. Ith Large and comprehensive ideas and a Superior inti Itne knowledge of the usefulness and capacity of those he employs. Cool firm imperious Brooking no opposition he re Mains the head of the Road As Well As in name while upon his will or. Scott plays with Ali Blu and deferential persistence always carrying tie Point and Scott As you Kivow Quant is with anybody. The next Man of the squad whom i May refer to is a Gilill is a native of the sequestered Peni Ursila of Mary land to Eastern Shore but has developed in merchandise and affairs with As much As Many of his Northern neighbors. Chairman of the committee of Trio whole in the constitutional convention of Largo while still Young and Boyish and handsome and Good to look upon he would have Boen mayor of Philadelphia bad it not filled the Domi Nant ring with apprehensions to so a a Ontic Nuudi in Tho office and they counted Bint out in convention. Still another Man in the Little group at the hotel attracts attention by lie soft and Benig Nant bearing of his Black show All the better for the setting of healthy Gray heard around his jaws. Edward c. Knig Lif is of tin oldest Quaker Stock in Tho jerseys his great great Grandfather Giles Knight having come Ever with Wiliam Poun and his great grand father was the Pratt Tea of Titian Leeds a noted almanac maker in the colonies. Or. Is known to the land As the inventor of the sleep ing car and As the president of the american steamship company of Philadelphia which is due to his constant and determined surveillance. He is among the richest men in the Middle states and began life a poor orphan boy moving Over from Jersey to Philadelphia and engaging in the grocery business with his Mother. With a Quaker s filial Devotion he applied tie first earnings he made to tie Settle ment of his deceased father s debts. Out of that Little shop has grown the Southwark refineries which Are the greatest molasses Mills in the world having used up last year Hogsheads or one tenth of the whole crop of Cuba. He is said to have been on judicious occasions the boldest heaviest and i Nosic successful Stock operator in Philadelphia and yet to Hare retained his affiliation with the friends meeting and to have refused although a director in tie Pennsylvania company to have any thing to do with fast freight lines land Compa Nies or any devices to give the few Benefit Over the Many in the Railroad. Lie is also a Large possessor of real estate in Philadelphia and of farms in Jersey and notable in Banks and Navi gation Ever since he began to Trade to St. Do saturday August with advantages Over All the other excursions his season nine at Brunch. Plum old drive along the Linch to flip Camp meeting at Ocean of or. Delightful Rulo b Lall along the Cadi to Sand Hook. Rasit a incl will Mccoin Zimny the version. On Mehtra will Lio in at Trio Arlington House to Fui Nuh Tuic in those who Debiie to dance in the Romot the hotel provided for the purpose. Baud of Cion Hinchc Intel aim from the wild of Arizona consisting of Chiefa Warnor Graves Ami Papoose with All the Para Phan Aliasot Indian life will lie at the Arlington House. These Are real indians not half Breeds and that May be the lost Opportunity of keel to wild indians without making a journey to tin tit Kloof Arizona or new Mexico. And top thur with new and Klo Yant in the summer and fall John k. Wildman no 26 South third Street Bonds and stocks of All Uius Lii Mgill and -.old. Obi inks hkckive1 Voll Northern Pacific 73-10 Gold Bonds. United states Bonds exchanged for other six l i ties. Towns st01jm Mut la Laet Hiitt Ling in this line of , pm i it inv Blu i docs 1th Wood work Phlp mul int Arfel used any Rutylo of Cai Lago or Nimlo your Choc Mhz w a Tiv flit up i in Ifimw-Korix-vb1 ,u-., with ii Vailolo of fuck its i Nittin. on mid my us tilings usually kept i m o. It k k a 13 w to 11 Yon have time. I a Teal list of i Jug Pii Ilad a Type foun Dily Ani printers warehouse. John Taylor Corner Mill Kromol Futon Man la inc in the Olf Coc k and All of Pho vision Lein o to Lajoi Terneson Hibbs Masukas j l Kows vols 1841. Ellwood Boron s lumber and Coal foot of Market .St., but tool pa., now contains a Inge assortment of seasoned White Pine boards am Plank of All grades White and yellow file flooring planed and a planed siding Hemlock boards and fencing Joist and scantling laths pickets Cedar and Cypress shingles Oak and Chestnut posts and rails. Builders and All persons contemplating building will find it to their advantage to Call and examine my Stock find entire Mali faction will be Given not Only in the Quality of the material but also in the i Bice. A Nils foundry in prom red of fair j. Nib i printers i Wotli nil pm Tot Sikl i Appio cd stub of . Took Job and Type in Colin action nit i to lion own in rec Asmir Tinct they arc no Eiith Lur nil other Zubos of Metal and Wood types Ami it in Only acc Mulry for the Printer to Nonino the Rounder or Factor i my Olio so i Jowik the agents prom in Keri. To myth of this City for Wadk s tiled for Ituk Pinner and Joh print Ine offers Inri imbed on action. The Tajn on w lilo Papor is printed Mcninc from tic iou ulry of Why is it that a cat is so a Saucer of the commonest Symbol of now Ness la a Mill Clapper milk sapper f f there is something in dreams after an. A Western Man dreamed that his brother s head waa Cut off without losing a drop of Wood and the nest Day he Learned that his brother Tad been removed from a postmaster shop. Mingo in 1830. Thus the american Flag is again returned to the Atlantic As it has kept its place on the Pacific Ocean and or. Knight Well named has mainly put it there. Or. Knight invented his sleeping car in 1859, prior to which time Noth ing of the kind existed but Woodruff s Compart ment car and myer s Patent. Or. H. B. Myer was the father of general myer chief signal officer of the army better known As or. Knight s Patent included the folding of the berth and bedding in the roof of tie car. This Patent combined with others made the Central transportation company which preceded Pulman s company above even years. What Are you catching my Trout cried an irascible old gentleman to a Young Man whom lie found fishing on his place and who utterly silenced him by coolly saying wants to catch your Trout i m Only toying to drown this l i when a crowd of Jay hawkers started a disturbance in a Texas Church tie other Day the preacher raised up a shot gun and said Wil Liam Dello sit Down or i la make it painful for William sat Down and was As quiet As a Lamb. The Louisville courier journal vouches for the fact that a Kentucky was her husband s funeral the other Day by the same mule that lacked the breath out of his body. Psia Cicai Tvr a found ii i pm. In boots and shoes. The fined and inight of work for ladies and oeuts1 first Glaus boots made1 a pc Olally. Store on lie Zottl 4mtlro. 39 i Sharp shooting at no. Go Mill Street Ino Lor to none for the Money and All equally Good. Also smoking and chewing tobaccos of Tonj Athol Falk a i retail. What j miss in que nutty i will make up in Quality. Till Chin. A. Ippi Tott a rare Chance. Of 33 prior i . As we Are about making extensive alterations in our Coal Coal always on hand end under cover a full Supply of beat Quality Lehigh Coal a renamed and carefully screened for family dec Ali egg store and Small stove sizes free from Plato and dust and delivered it shortest notice always at the very lowest Riding prices. Satisfaction Cioaba mobed in every Patti Culaba. Haib calcined plaster Terra Cotta Chimney tips 07" Don t forget the foot of Market St., is Jostol. So As better to accommodate increasing Trade we purpose until september is is Al to make the Liberal reduction of 10 per cent. Upon All Salks of dry goods except muslims and Cali Coes exceeding 01ve in amount at j. Wesley Wrights next to canal Bridge Mill Street Bristol pek1va. A compound syrup of Blackberry Boot for and other if feel Tom arising Isom a relaxed condition of Trio hotels in adults or children. This preparation of of Artberry Rott in Tion wit ii Oiler Nostri Tiganu and been extensively us ocl for k number of who Mart Grant flying and in highly recommended Jcj Many . Til As. H. Levi us. Druggist in i 33 j. A Foster no. 33 Mill Treer dealer in dry goods groceries and provisions a full line of Fine groceries Voneta bks to China Glass and Queens Are set Alki at Wuol Salk prices. Hopkins import Elk dealer 319 Street As now opened for the fall Trade full amort English China and and toilet Ware a. Best Quality Flione chink. Ten dinner my toilet Seta by Houby seepers and persons wanting outfits piled m tied lowest who bbl Good scan a fully packed aim Guiant cd to give satisfaction 12 country produce taken Augustus shethe00r, manufacturer and be Abb in ingrain yarn and bag carpet. Mill. Street near the Steamboat cur pct of every description made id order. 0 Kouse and. Paint 3 i i a i glazing Bat the Bert Tobatto i. Newspaper
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