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Bucks County Gazette, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Bristol, PennsylvaniaShe Burlis of Tito. Riml fit tie so Nind matter. Bristol pot offline As the Dobday. Nuary. 9. 1890. Robert tiler in Bristol. Or. Kii Iron Reading the notice of airs. Tyler s death in your last Issue my mind went Back o a scene that took place in the Early history of the late War in refer ence to her husband who was a resident of and Luid been for Nauy years. Shortly after Lite firing on fort by Ilie item cos when the Coti try was in a Sli Iio of excitement and men lit the full of lie president were volunteering for the ileum be of the government and the Wui Cli wird Tih oot every Man it Aku Ival anti Iii Aii risk Kkt mail. New at Lov a. 7.nn p. Closes at k m., 4 no r.4fl p. Arr Linht . T4.1 a 4.on. -.in. P. Closes at Oihi a. 2.4.1, p. I i wows. , . Jyh Weikit , a. 11.4.1 a. I to r11" Hie american division arrives at 10.43 a I Ksn , Moskis arrive sat a. M ,330p.m. Is at 7.00 a a. P. Tuanton arrives at 7.00, i mix a 7.0c p. At 7 a a Mads Lor the West and South go lit every Pill mail. Post Offlie closes p. Sard a. N.30 p. I pen Sii Nilay i Roi Uhtof a. W. It. H.kivk1. P. Clon 3.30, local into Luigi Indk. Some Otibe dogs Bave got grip. Harold i Eicr of i Limburg i Wax in Liris Tol one Day hint week. Grippe lifts taken it Strong bold upon the of Tully Louii. January number of the Bristol Leadir will be Ima tied next week. Regular january meeting of Council will held on next monday evening. Cusey a resident of Bristol died suddenly of heart disease on Fitim Lily nigh was no offered for Hale Jit the Lar Ihrol Ishii Minig Ai Socialino last Somlay evening. Kev. W. I. Kolh win unable to occupy the pulpit of St. Larne clip Rob hint sunday evening Orinte had prostrated him. Annual meeting of the stockholders of the Fidelity building asocial Ion will be held it a. Weir Gilkeson k Ollice on next tuesday evening. Loom fixer Tunit recently struck at Mill have found employment else where. Home going to i Philadelphia and others . Holly n. I Percope an eccentric individual Well known to a Large number of or into people died on lust tuesday morning after a few Days illness of remit tent fever. Willim t1. Ii has had k Small o leather stolen from Bis shoe shop on Otter Trot. On Tutti Day night Joseph Gustei also Inid a Basket full of oysters taken. Annual meeting of of the it pistol improvement company will be Belli i the rooms of the Uri tul Library on , january at o o clock 1. Yesterday com unit Ted ten tramps to Ihu county jail for three months. They were arrested at soul h Airisto for building fires and trespassing on private property. Presbyterian choir did not put an appearance at the services last sunday morning. It is to be presumed that the grip accountable for inc absence of the members. Stockholders of inc Farmer s National Hank will hold their annual meeting for Ilie election of directors to tuesday next at their banking House Between the hours it a. And 12 noon. William ii. .1. Wilson concert co., assisted by Philadelphia Talent will give an entertainment for the Benefit of the Bristol ancient order of hibernian on evening 11 Iii isl. At the Bristol Opuni House. Illiam it. Dailey who was accidentally elected councilman from he second Ward again distinguished himself lust monday evening by being inc Only member who voted against the is company to Lay pipes on Market Street. Marcs a Brake inn on the Penn Sylvania Railroad living at Stockton n. J., fell Oil .1 freight car above Walnut Street on monday morning and was caught by one of the wheels which passed Over one leg. He we taken to St. Francis Hospital Tren ton where the leg was amputated. A. Kraft or a resident of Bristol doing business in i Philadelphia met with n serious Accident last thursday. While walking on the Street he slipped Aud fell or Riili no his leg so violently that it was broken in two places and dislocated in a third. Or Kraft had engaged passage on the French line to Europe and was to have Turtil in a few Days but will now have to forego the trip. Of letters remaining in Bristol 0. January 9, 1860 miss Adams Emma May Allen mrs. G. I1. Liar ringer miss Ellen marry. Mrs. W. S. Turkina miss Lizzie 8. , mrs. Richard Downing Walter Garretson Mary Gorman Pine St., j. T. Henderson John Jackson Esther it. Minster Geo. Noble Norfolk and n. B. Knit Ting in n. G. Pinney. Or. 1 Agnoula capt. Shim Lillie Stevenson mrs. K. C. Weaver miss Welch. Newtown Enterprise is at it again. On saturday week it announced that a North Ampton Man had made an assignment far the Benefit of his creditors. Last saturday s paper look it All Back with the expression of regret that the item appeared. The tendency of the Enterprise to make incorrect state i Oue week and follow them the next 7.00, j when every Man who was not out spoken in favor of sustaining the president was suspected of being in sympathy Wilh the South or. Tyler at that time lived in a Bouse on the River Bank belonging to capt. Slut thin son near Venn Street. He held the office of clerk of the supreme court of Pennsylva Nia and went to and returned from Philadel phia daily on the Steamboat. Being no till ener by liar Ali Anil education he had frequent Conversa ions Wilh the passengers on the causes at d effects of the War. He attributed the cause of the difficulty Between the North and South to nets of the abolitionists. Those in sympathy with that body would reply and sometimes the conversation would run into personalities and become very bitter. The Day on which he left writer with several of citizens of Bris Tol amongst whom were or. John Torrance and Kobert Tyler went to the City. Shortly after the boat left some of the passengers Tut the of Druwing Frum Tolci his with corrections denials and apologies is and its readers now watch its custom by squirms As a matter of course. At the Baptist Church will be held in a sunday As follows preaching ser vices at 10.30 a. To. And 7.30 p. Bible school at 2.00 p. M., and Young people s meeting at c.30 p. Rev. I. W. Goodhue will preach both morning and evening. The subject for the morning will be the blessed condition of the Christian for the eve Ning Jesus of Nazareth pass eth by Bible school at 2.00 p. M., and the Young people s meeting at g.30 p. The seats in the Church Are free and everyone is invited special meeting of Council called at the request of the Street committee was held on last monday evening. Three of the Mem Bers wore absent messes. Sterling Tiley and is Laii in. Councilman Rue explained that the meeting was asked for in order that the Street committee might become instructed from Anncil Aslo whether flip Gas company should be granted the privilege of laying pipe on Market Street. On motion of James Wright the Gas com Pany was granted the privilege All the Mem Bers voting Yea. With the exception of Wil Liam k. Bailey of the second Ward. The Street committee was also instructed to pro cure an indemnifying Bond from the Penn Sylvania Railroad company against any dam age that might result to property by reason of the construction of the sewer Down fond sentiments on what he thought would be the results of a War Between inc North nil South asked him if he believed Ilie South Ern people would sustain their leaders in trying to destroy the government. He said he believed from what he knew of sit Tiern character that unless Congress passed a stringent Law to protect them in their rights to hold their slaves and recover them when they hed to the North unmolested their leaders would be sustained and he thought if a War look place it would be a Long and bloody one the consequences of which no Man could calculate. Or. Torrance replied and said if n War was begun lie did it be Lieve it would last ninety Days. Tyler somewhat excited said Why a Bat Lle Between the Northern and Southern troops win to take place on your farm the Bod would run to the bits of the horse s the conversation was kept up with bitterness until the arrival of the boat at the City when it was Learned that a meeting of the citizens to sustain the government would be held at Independence Square on that Day. At the meeting one of the speakers slated that it w is reported Robert Tyler was in sympathy with the South and was in the habit of speaking in their defense. The sex cite men was great. Some one sail no ought to be lynched. It appeared that an Alt nil would be made to arrest him. One of his friends who was present fearing for his safely hurried to his office and informed him of Liat was said about him it the meet ing and advised him to leave the City immediately. Fearing to be seen in the Street he hired a Carriage and was driven to Frank Ford where he took the cars to Bristol. In the meantime parties were searching i or him in the City with a View of arresting him for treason. News had reached Bristol hat a mob in Philadelphia were in search of Libot. Tyler. 11 id they arrested him he would Bave been locked up and deprived of his lib erty. Tin re was to be a meeting and Parade Uris lol on the night of his arrival. His friends believing him lobe Loyal Man. Fear ing an attempt might be made to molest him and for the High estimation they Hud for his family called on or. Lee who was to have charge of the Parade and requested him not o March Bis men in the neighbourhood of or. Tyler s House. To assured them that no demons nil inn should be made that would give any cause of alarm to or. Tyler or his family. About inc Lime the procession got into line it commenced to rain when they reached to Dorrance Street the rain increasing Lee marched his men up to Wood Down to Mill and they were dismissed no demonstration having been made against or. Tyler. Col. Montgomery and other citizens called on the family and assured them that they would not be disturbed. They were in great fear and excitement and the next morning or. Tyler left for new York. A few Days after the writer being in new York passing up Courtlandt Street met or. Tyler and Bis wife of their Way to the depot. 1 hey both appeared glad to meet me and or. Tyler commenced to bulk about his exit join Philadelphia. He inquired particular y about the state of feeling of the people in relation to the charges made against him my said he had been maligned and misrepresented by persons who had led him into conversation on the questions of the times for the purpose of misrepresenting him in Lis attitude to the government through malice and political jealousy. He had no interest in the Softli personally or Pec uni warily his wife and children were born in he North and Here was his Home and friends. He was for peace and not for War. In the course of our conversation he asked f i thought he would meet Wilh personal interference if he returned to Philadelphia. Lie said he had no fears of any one molest ing him in Bristol. I advised him not to re urn to the City until the excite tent against Liim had died out and recommended that be write to the mayor of Philadelphia stating ally and clearly his feelings and Altitude toward the government and ask him in Case in returned to Philadelphia if he thought 10 would be molested and if be were whether he could protect him from violence. He thanked me for my advice and we parted. After the close of the War i was at the merchant s House in Philadelphia there i met or. Tyler he had arrived the night before. He said he was pleased to meet an old citizen of Bristol and in course of conversation referred to our last meeting in new York. I said to him you should not have left the North it was a mistake you had better remained As the excitement against you would have soon died out. He replied i took your advice and wrote to the mayor of Philadelphia he promptly answered my letter and said he thought my return to Philadelphia would be attended with serious consequences that the excitement against me was so great that he could not Promise me Protection from personal assault. Find ing myself As it were an out Law i had no other alternative but to leave the North and take a position that was repugnant to Niv feelings Anil against my Best interests. In looking Back for a period of years in nation fell Short of their highest ambitions John Vanburch son of sex president Van a lurch James Wall son of sex United states senator Garrett Wall of new Robert Tyler son of John Tyler sex presi Dent of the United states who Cnoc Inlo manhood about the same Lime in the worhol 8 history accomplished und Welt educated in the science of Law and political Economy Whoso admirers would speak of them in the highest terms am Prophesy that the any would conic when the government would be upon their shoulders. Had they adhered strictly to their professions the Day never would have come when one a senator of the United states and the other a clerk in the supreme court would Bave been Impi ironed Ami driven Toru their Homes on a charge of uttering Treis Nuble sentiments against their government. Advice to Young men starting in business ignore politic a study the history of successful business men who have become we Althy and eminently popular through Industry. Have few books but let them be Well selected. Head the Kights of Man but Dun t Louth the age of reason or look upon ils pages for the author said just before his death he wished he had never written the Book. Then in your advanced you won t have to say tie mistakes of my Lite have been in my Tut the sins of my soul have Ucen Luuie vol Ilia my have been Strei Tjing wit i 1 am still knocking at Iii Orcy sour. . A choral suc1ety wanted. Eleanor Kirk s gossip. Advice Fob the new year. Some of your hurts you have cured and the sharpest you still have survived but what torments of grief you endured from Evik which never arrived this verse translated from the French Emerson occurred to me As i closed the door Rales from other principal stations on tie system. The tickets must be used on the trains in both directions and Are limited to two weeks in Florida. No offers such a Desi Rable medium for a pleasant Wlbur visit to the tropics. Thini it. Party in i e a Wiur Latigu one and in ins in Lii v should made will in Ai Lvuv. Itineraries Muy in procured of Lle Ket. To Virili and Nocki to May this evening to my last caller. If like Theureda Advance by addressing s w. F. Irishman my wit did not always come afle. New w. L ird in to Marist agent wards i should have made some use of the 205 Washington Staci Boston mass. Asked a number of limes especially by per sons who Are lovers of Good music Why is it Liri atol has no choral society at one Lime it had an organization Wirich reflected great credit to our town but it was abandoned about Thryn years ago or longer. The writer of this plea asks Why cannot another choral society be formed there is certainly no reason that it chorus of voices should not be gathered from the musical portion of our town. Perhaps oratorio music would be heavy to Start with but we could form a society that would have As its aim the rendition of Glees and part songs in preference to oratorio. In this Way Euch reversal would be varied Aud yet at the same time instructive. It has been demonstrated that choral societies succeed better when Light musical compositions Are taken up and although it would be unwise to cast oratorio music aside altogether that Branch could be duly considered Ai a later Day. Let our vocalists and music Loving people consider this Aud let us Hope we May Yut see a choral society which will do credit to our Community. Jims-rut., pa., Jan. Ohi ii us. Call has been issued for a conference of All women who desire to do Christian Temperance work and who object to the partisan policy of the National w. C. T. U., to meet at Tiu Hall of Trio american sunday school l Aiudi at h 2 2 Chestnut Street Phil Adelphia on tie kith Aud 17ih of january at 10 o clock a. The Call is signed by prominent women in about Twenty counties of Lue state the policy pursued by the Vav. C. T. Has not been fruitful of Good results. It has rather divided the friends of temper Ance and drove from its ranks those who would have been glad to remain if a dither but course had been taken. Fly endorsing the prohibition parly an that never did any Gaud yet in tie Mausu it Temperance it caused Many Tekip Crusce workers to drop from its ranks because they could not approve of a policy that weakened the bunds of i heir friends. These people arc the ones that desire to fur in an As Nociti Tiou upon the original plan of the w. C. T. The unions in Chester Butler Tiu a Aud Lehigh Cornlius and perhaps others Are Al ready divided on Titis ques Liou. Many oth ers will join the new organization upon its formation. The officers of non partisan w. C. T. Unions Lucal Aud county As Well As individual workers who approve of inc nou Parl Mii sentiment Are invited to be present it the conference. Is always a cry when a new mag Azine makes ils Bow to Ihu Public that Hie Iii Arket is hooded with such it can t Etc. But contrary to Tut usual Salute Kate Field s Washington has made its appearance in our midst Umid the general prediction that it Camion help but succeed. Tie paper is published every wednesday in Washington City Aud is Bright above All original. As Kate Field whatever she May be could not be common place so her paper has a certain individual Ity a uniqueness which is very taking Aud which will Securo for her Many readers. Gleanings. The political history of our country i am reminded by the recollections of the Fate of certain Young men who started in life with every Prospect of becoming eminently successful in the line of their profession but who through the love of political Fame and a desire to be noticed in the councils of the the Harrisburg Telegraph reporters counted at least Twenty Drunken boys on one of the principal thoroughfares on Christ Mas Day. There Are three one legged members of the National House of representatives Hen Derson of Iowa Stone of Kentucky and Boothman of Ohio. While gunning near Johnstown Herman Fry had the top of his head blown Oft by the accidental discharge of his gun. He lived but a few hours. A Georgia Farmer recently set a trap near his smokehouse and instead of catch ing a As be expected caught a White Man the first night. This has made him so mad that lie threatens to shoot a nig Ger 1 the first Chance he gets. Bush Miller of Stroudsburg Aud Annie Miller of Columbia were married one night recently. While on the Way to the Home of the Groom at Stroudsburg Miller was shot in the Back Aud mortally wounded by John w. Snyder a rejected Lover of the Bride. The Bride was also shot but not severely wounded. Snyder escaped. Miss Emma Purcel and or. A. S. I coif flu were arrested by Trenton authorities on the affidavit of detective Charles Pilger chanting them with the murder of mrs. Myra knit Fen. They were committed to the Trenton jail where they remain in spite of the efforts of their counsel to have them released on a writ of Hareas Corpus the chief Justice refusing to act until the Coroner s inquest is finished. It looks As if the nineteenth Century would Limp into the past without producing a single original invention. The Telephone is said to be almost As old As the Hills and now some enterprising egyptology its Hove discovered that the Nickel in the Slot machine was in common use in the Days of the phar verse during the crucifixion of the Day. The fact is that fora week and Over almost every person i have met has had n grievance. In almost every Case too the grievance bus not been entirely of the present. It has been an expectation a vision of evil to come. Diphtheria was not far off therefore this Mother s Brood would not be Likely to escape. The russian sneezes were on the Block and he Babul who is very delicate and sure to get everything will catch those and if he does in will end in pneumonia and i could fill one Side of a daily newspaper with accounts of the growls i have listened to and the groans which have come by mail. 1 fear hint i am beginning to feel the influence of All this moral or mental influenza for i s pm to be on the verge of borrowing trouble myself. I find that 1 hold my breath at the arrival of an express package for fear there is a lamentation rolled up in it Aud am prone to cast my eyes suspiciously upon every Telegram for the same season while the hello of the Telephone starts the Midwin Ter perspiration in the expectation that it will begin to yell out that somebody expects to have something they Don t want or to ask me if i really believe that a Green Christ Ems will make a fat churchyard it will doubtless be difficult for Many of my read ers to credit the statement that there Are folks in the world so weak and so cowardly and so superstitious Aslo be positively distressed because of this foolish old saw. But it is True that much of Niy present irritability arises from the repetition you believe that a Green Christmas makes a fat churchyard and i wish to say that if my friends hear of my incarceration in a Lunatic Asylum in will be because the Tele phone at last took up the retrain and drove me into what 1 May Call a Green Christmas idiocy. Will then those of my acquaintances who pretend to care for me be kind enough to make copies of the verse which Heads this tearful communication and Send to their friends who Are in trouble or who Are in the habit of borrowing trouble this poem will be appropriate for any time or of wedding Days holidays f and nothing in the whole realm of poetic sentiment and common sense could be More suitable for easter. Please do not think 1 aug joking. I am in the Dearest kind of ear nest. Truly much Good could be accomplished by such a circulation of this verse. No poem in the language has perhaps been so widely copied both by the press and the pens of private individuals for the purpose of the Little Fence of by one of the very sweetest of our american poets mrs. F. Butts. As 1 earnestly desire a higher education in Faith and Trust and As i selfishly desire sonic help in combating Green christmases and similar stupidity i ask my friends to also do some missionary work in sending this True and Beautiful and uplifting poem to those who need such help. If i add that the need is very great do not be discouraged for i will guarantee that it will . Here is the poem get your pens and ready build a Little Fence of Trust around to tiny fill the space with Loving deeds and therein stay. Look not through the sheltering bars upon to Morrow. God will help you Bear what comes of Joy or sorrow the epidemic influenza has at last arrived. The mental scientists declare that it is Only a and need never have disturbed our serenity had it not been for the stupid Ity of doctors and newspapers in magnetizing people into the belief that they had got to have an imported cold in the head. Or. Edson of the new York Board of health laughs at the twaddle and recommends All those whose noses commence to tickle and eyes to water and lips to parch and Back to freeze to make a Bolt for quinine and my doctor one of the Best in the City begs me to recommend the soft elastic capsules of quinine prepared by Parke Davis co. These capsules Are two Little cylinders of gelatine each closed at one end. One of is filled Wilh quinine by the does fount t it does in every line of business and especially in compounding and preparing med this it illustrated in inc great superiority of Hood s Sarsur Purilla Over other preparations As shown by the remarkable cures it has accomplished. The head of the firm of c. I. Hood co. Is a thoroughly competent and experienced pharmacist having devoted his whole life to. The study and actual preparation of medi Cines lie is also a member of the Massachusetts and american pharmaceutical associations and continues actively devoted to supervising the preparation of and manag ing the business connected with Hood s Sarsaparilla. Hence the superiority and Peculiar Merit of Hook a Sarsaparilla is built upon the most substantial foundation. In ils preparation there is represented All the knowledge which modern research in medical science has developed combined with Long experience brain work and Experiment. It is Only necessary to give this Medicine a fair trial to realize its great curative value. What is in Hie Bead medical authorities say in is is due to uneven clothing of the body rapid Cooling when in a perspire the important in let hat a cold in Load in an inflammation of the lining Membra of tie unchecked is certain to produce a catarrhal Condl Tler. Catarrh is essentially a cold 1 which nature is no longer Ahmu resolve or throw off. Ely s Cream Halm Lias provid is us and Eikill Etelis should in sort to it be ire that common ailment becomes seated and ends in obstinate . Iso. 717. Report of the condition of till Farmers National Bank of bocks co. At the state of it iiun., at inc close it business Lluli Ikuji. Loans Ami 01 u. S. I oils to secure circulation tin Stockb securities , Elul is is 491 94 from Resen o 84 due from other National Hanks ii fill 41 Keal estate furniture and Tut Iii cd y Reful on current und t Finiki in Cut Eck hint other Cash i 7 10 "7 Bills of outlier i Lanka 81000 fractional paper currency Nickels and _ pennies specie 00 k Legal tender redemption i nil with it. S. Treasurer 0 percent of circulation i Ahi Litius. Capital Stock Taitl in 9- surplus fund Lyl undivided Protik 7 1st Tif National Bank notes onut Andlini 00 dividends unpaid individual to a due Tont Lier National Hanks Assi is duet state Banks and Bankers Vaneous at your service Willi Liliu Best line of. Over in i Lishuk up limit for , youths and children. To matter what kind of an overcoat you want you will Fantl it licit made in our Well known in liable Way at tin lowest iritis. A. C. Yates co. Ledger sixth and be snot. Re opened. Tor at 51 state of penna., county of buc is so i Charles k. Scott Pannier of the above named Bank do solemnly Altimu that the having leased the photograph Ial cry at the Corner of Mill and Pond streets Bristol Bostwick s building ii Mill u16 Tel love t Truo to knowledge i am prepared to make every kind of picture known to the Art e. Scott cashier. Siruc cried and Altermed to before Ido this 14tl Day of december 1888. W. Ii. Book notary Public. 1 i Eitson Mitchell i Anthony Swain s i rectors b. A. He Kikut Frau Ocean o Ocean. Over thirty Tivo years ago or. Alfred Speer of Passaic imported from Ibe Banks of the Donna Lupoi fugal a few of the por grape vines and commenced careful experiments for Ibe purpose of producing a first class Mencun Vinu ended and tin fermented. He bus been eminently Success Ful and now Speed s wine Ami unfed imputed juice is known from Ocean to Ocean and endorsed by the Best a indican Talent in tin world As the Best now ipod need for the use of in valid. For Sale by druggists. Engine eur of the Wake fed mass., Litun works c. N. Young says in All cases of Bil Rusness Wilh those terrible sick headaches i have found no other Medicine seems to take hold and do Good that your Sulphur hitlers it is the Best family Rietl uini1 made. A family Natl Terluk. Have you a Fath i have you a Molliei have Viiu a son 01 daughter sister or a brother who has not yet Uken Kemp s bal Sam for the 1 lir tial and uie Guaran teed remedy for thu cure of Jim has Johns asthma group and All Throat and lung troubles if so Why when a bottle bottle is gladly Given to you free by my druggist and the Large size costs Only Doo Anil is 00._______ of Fli Nicks if the proprietor of Kemp s should publish a card of hunks com. 1 Ling expressions of which come to him Dally from those who been cured by the use of s it would till a far sized Book All to gallon any How much a tilter to invite and set a tree Sample bottle inuit you test for yourself its Power. Lary bullies and is 00. Paint blushes of every or. 1 Urseila s drug sic re. And Price at a Complete . Johnson Brothers the popular clothiers at the Corner of Mill and Wood streets Are now ready for the fall and Winter Trade. They can dress a Man from head to too in the Best style and for a Small amount of Cash. Their clothing hats Caps underwear hosiery shoes and neckwear Are All of the latest styles and Best makes. They have suits from to honest goods and Well made. Hats from 40 cts. To . Under Wear from to per suit and shoes Well made neat Strong and substantial at various prices. For reliable goods bought from Standard houses go to Johnson Broth ers. They keep no auction trash upon their premises. Ohs. This is a sad slate of affairs but we have still the Consolation of knowing that the nineteenth Century produced Ben Butler and Daniel Mcginty. Prepared by process Peculiar to itself our Saparillas accomplishes cures hitherto unknown. Druggist and the other a Little larger Caps it completely protecting the quinine from the air. These can readily be obtained at any pharmacy. Take one every four or five hours. Do not take quinine in pills if you can help it solubility is everything in the use of quinine 1 am Happy to say to those who have asked for the recipe for Honey Rolls that i have at last found it and Here it is. It was Given me by one of the Best Cooks and housekeepers in Brooklyn rub into one quart of hour that has been sifted twice one half a cup of butter add half a Tea cup of strained Honey and warm milk enough to make a soft dough. Into this milk dissolve a Fleisch Mann s compressed yeast cake. Set to Rise. When Light work in the Whites of three eggs which have been beaten to a stiff froth. Let Rise again. When very Light Mould into round or Oblong Rolls and when these Are almost Light enough to Fly away bake in a Quick oven. The addition of Salt is said to make these delicacies heavy. The Chemis try of this fact if it is a fact is quite beyond my comprehension. Eleanor Kirk. Brooklyn n. Y., Jan. 0, 1800. Time honoured Noire Dame Balti More Mil. We had ample Opportunity to convince oui self of Tom a Fleacy of Silvat Ion Oil. We cheerfully submit our names to the Public As reference. Respect fully Sisters of notre Jaine Aisquith eager Sis Baltimore my. To wonder people have Confidence when tie Best physicians Are prescribing or. Bull s cough syrup. of Alt. Ti1k would to Ikka is hut one it us ii Aines Golden Sre Ciplic. In be Given in a cup of Tea or Coffee without the knowledge of i lie Peis oif taking it pectin a speedy and Pei patient Cuie whether the patient is i moderate Drinker or an alcoholic wieck. Thousands of Duink Ards have been cured who have taken the Golden specific in their Coffre without their believe they quit e will. No harm Ful results from its . Cures gents wanted. To ran for of Tho Lara it. Unett Kaleil used t. Smith new Yoku. Knowledge and to Day in America with the input hath he ext a in the world connected will open under . While Mountain Hote Tofor feat Tonoff 1890, january 15th. Chhoum be bought via. St. Houma and. Iron Mountain Southern it. It. Burton s stage line he Patk Onizuk it meets All trains at the a k. Station and the 4 and 8 o clock boat and will carry Cen yer 4 All part of the town. Orders left at the Telephone office or at the Wood Street near Mill Wal receive attention. Joseph a Fullton. Wanted aaa on first most Gage on property near Bristol. At Lilleux o. W. Coulston St., Philadelphia wanted. Sale on tuesday january on the Prici Nisic a Lunate on Hancuh e str cot 2 Looi above Mulberry Street proper ties of g. Nominee Anil 1 lie lot h20 text front 110 tec1 in cup. The tin life is 1 Yeti it Luik 16x29 Foet Al tilt pm 10x11 feet 3 a Lone i Ijeh if tue and Lor him on Lirt floor 4 bed find hath room id floor him i 3 bed rooms on third floor. I Tirc in Kitchen cold and hot water n hath room water closet connected with com plete sewer . The building in teat by n Heater in the Cielur tie floor of we Lii Aid with Hoite twid mortar. Tie property is to 1 a cd on attic principal Street in the of Bristol having a Beautiful View of attic rivet Ami live walk of to unil rond tto put ind Steamboat Landing. The building in ill it hand Miely Imper Ial an Carly new. Having Beeti built within a us yeah. Come and View lie premises and be n Timion the Day of to Purchase one of the net tight Homes that has been uttered for Bale Tor Kiny years. Salo to commence at 2 o clock p. M., conditions e we i Nhav auctioneer. Joh5 to with or without Power a room in the rear of Pond Street machine shop apply at s. B. A Duke Sond. chive
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