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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1871, Cambridge, OhioThe i my w. 3e. Ohio. Of Lom Anim Nuj .u-.9 t 00 a bit dim n Thiu Al i i Tiv Griir Al to it a m i fam a k of. Ami not Iii i ulilk1. Ohio. Ollk c up it i uni a lir floor i ill la Mikkii Raul it cution ii Sciull mtr new. . Al . I in . In Giitl ail i ii Iii. A Iii 1 to Iii t. Tiu t Utu a tall Ellis Stoml. J w attorney it . Ohio. Will Ultima Lotic Yuri oils of i Lar the 111 Allf t Oul is of i his unil ii Imiri mrs. Our r ups Toiuo in Nii Tihomil hunk of a Kimry it Ivi rift in of Ollari unil no flu s. Vol bus iness will i Lump Atli ii Tion. A. Attorney it i vial at i in lion in Tom ital i of attorney Anil not in i no i ii Lirt Ohio. Will Lluu he ult u i it in Lull its Anil Lalu tit1 in. I i Iii it Fli ilm att Flat. . I i Iii d Piot to Iii i .111 i of la i i nuns. Against l in lit. Hat in i la ills Iii . Ill Law ill in a s . Cambridge jeffersonian. Vol. 40. June no. 5. I .1 it Coal Colic nil halt bran Ali Ollice . Mriln dii10. Capital i i .1 v Oil Wolskas. I rest. I. I. V. L 1 . Tush Mol. L. M. Nairian supt. 11. . U. Oud us i Jii ii i of. I War to my Milum Hiot is main Tho lilo. I a Al Thiv Antrim. Fik inti Ulm thu Tunu. Artri in Pru incl i Al Ion. T ivc now Iii Siml for Siili us mod i a Lai yi1 Mutik u of i la tilts. 1 atty. Will new Sli Hoiu Wall i Uli it i Ivy i la to i1 while i. Cement. Ivr Lumenes t u1. Hic k 1.i4k on. I purposes. At All ill s the Clay or Stuht. To. A. Kofl relic Phi j. Drugs and medicines Lam Bridge. Ohio. Fur Mulle Lunt u Lam Mill up. M. Medicines la brr Ami uttft1. Limn t. In it Iroini Mam i a i i i L.U-. A u Lioi to on the a to it la o i in t11 ill it til or by mini. Mi.-. M. 1. L. 1 ikuh1ott i Taistra Oak Public opposite court tills to ii 1 is his Uli l built ill la i i l la St ii. 11 i i list Hiru in hit l a m has i Fin n s i n. Ami fourth Xiii Matillo. Ohio. Pm. H. M. Kick but Toimi i u ill mils Isit nil Bho i ii Kuh Mullin till y goods i Ulm c Hili Lri is h.1t.s . A or s tit at u hol Jiali i is Liiv ill Lom Hiu Hill Mii Oil a. Rii to in. Lamm rpt i. A. I i la it i Ili l n is Loi Oil i i n ill Lill. Ili l ill Low s. Lit. .11 i i sin ill Al n i lilt ii us i Uii is. Is will of l. i l Imp in ii lit. Itlie tin 1.Mil lit nil. Tii Lii t 111 ii i t i. Hint i i it i ii in i i. U r. Us i ill Orfi .1 11 is Hull t 111 till i l lays of i Iti ill to it. By Cham. K. 1s71. 1. K. tin in Uit the Lam i Jfhn i win i i oils ran u i ii a f l air Lati l. .1 ill a. La l l.1 u Llull is i i. I1a11ui-. Liing it tin inn. Iowa. N toot Iii Rcv 1 1 i i i i in i i to it. of in Ufa a. M. Caia i L.U. I asplend1dfakm forsake. The democratic for governor. George w. The demo cratic candidate Lor governor of w nomination was ratify Oil by the on june with such enthusiasm and was born in washing ton in 1821. His parents soon afterwards moved to and he was educated at Franklin in this state. After he studied Law at Steubenville with Tappan and Stan ton. He was admitted to the bar in and soon afterwards lie came the Law partner of Edwin 31. Stanton. His Energy and ability in the practice of his profession quickly attained for him eminent rank. In on the breaking out of the mexican Mccook organized a company of volunteers to defend the Honor of his country beyond the Rio Grande. To was subsequently made lieutenant colonel of the third Ohio acquired distinction and will us Fried honors by his skill As a command ing of ulcer no less than by his Gal Lantry As a a Kolier on the Field of Battle. After his return from colonel Mccook was made reporter for the supreme and after the expiration of one year was elected attorney Gen eral of Ohio and neither before or since has that office been filled with greater ability and Merit. During the late civil at the solicitation of the governor of on several Colo Iii a Mccook left his Largo Law prac Tice and Jave l to state and country thu L.U Violit of his skill and connive in the Lii lil. During the War his ii tier and three Brothers were Killi d in Kittle. Colonel Daniel his was killed Durino Mur i s raid through Ohr. In at Bullington Island. Hib Charles Morris tilled but eighteen Killi d us the first Battle of Bull Hun. In 18ih the intrepid Colo .1-1 l while com Iki tin ninth Voluz to Uusi d at the Battle of Mil and was shot find killed while by i Iii c in ambulance in Colmie another lion her. The fifty Sec Ond was Killil while scaling tin1 ramparts of tin enemy at Kene during Shi i Naii s March on Atlanta. This is thu record of the Iii devoted heroic soldiers. Whet the Gracchi were to Tho Mccooks have been to Ohio. Colonel George w. Bears the Standard of Tho democracy in this an accomplished a profound a i hero of two and a kind Gen in an the relations of Pinili r. In i i in a Mill no i Ilis of this w1 and la Aler in Anu i u an an i i of m in West i i Pul Ini iia i ill ill us l a ii Mich Aii to a i ally 11 Lull b Iii k ii ii Ito Olla Imi i a on ii j pm. I. I i. Is in Anit Rlynn Mill oin Ali l unil it us l i i i m n a nil am in i Ini i in an Xii my i v. Nahon. In of Mil lion tin a nil i a in ill us i Iii l Uli l l in Ali j Aii l of in s. No. I tilt lows in i la v k. I in my . Ami tin r Mociun. Uts. I . to ii. K. Iii l ii jul i i Oli h Iti Moi Mim Maii Ilu ital . Vituli Jin Nish. To i. I Uili is us Nili Illo i t of Iii ily. M Lliel in unit Ann l in m u i l Atel Tielu us Akion Anil Ille i l and ii Cini d Lii to and Kite Llinus. Munsif la Tell i la if mom hrs. Mam u. A m i1 1 l i i i i . Ohio. Ami Jion 1 Nim Hail Loider. K k. Of Llor Fortl. I Murm i of York. Sorth of i Hulln. I Olli k in Ned Loi the Niove ulily reliable Compa Lui by i. Al ent. Frank generous and i Iii concealment above All the Tucker a of politics. With an is of in .i.-i. 01 it. Ciucht of without a and a Lii i in in Ina. Ali Slaim is on. a i Ini 1 sin heart never knew nature i Okinu Biol in i an if i Ull Vati in. Ii Iii i Ami i us. To and education have alike qualified 01 s. Tie m nil him for the lesson Siulc and urdu i muh. I. Len is Lii of .ii.i. in tip in with ii Ous duties or a Leader of Tho people in great work of Kef our in Iii Iii Sia aug Iii a cd by his nomination. Good inn of All parties will to learn that such a Man is to to the next governor of and his nomination is a guarantee that the people have commenced the much needed work of reforming our politics from the malign and destructive influence of professional politicians and obsequious Obice holders. Thousands of patriotic citizens who never before voted the democratic ticket will rally to his and Aid him in correcting the Many abuses which exist in our government. L m h Iol Anil i Luigi in i Lin Vinyl ent. Leinah will Moltu cd 01 tin Rhi a info mat Ion apply to r. K. My Lan a of. Uhlon. I it i pm ii is Tolj Hilt Kkt Tiik Cincinnati weekly h oif Iii olt1 nil Ili Stillin ii Iii minis to t lib i Havril i Loi in it the u Lasor slum ii ill Len ill Lull Lull a s Iii till i l. Toll Dellit till Tollow i i list of i i ish i a i ii Lihi . Ion 1 i Lini Wall Milin. Cali sinn i Lalim Linzil Wali li.100 Ash i la m of i lil Lulu 263 o 111 i Xii i Tiu he let a Vii Vicli Olio room i i a Liot i i Ach. .1 it Vil Lih Ai 111 a i 1 Olla. A. I 1. I net nine in Tiik Shade. A Ouk. Of for a Lodge in n Garden of of fur an us fora Jiuu which us Miu club Tiu Dew of i oru Pleus Urc trip up Tho Polo no for Little one Story thet with nol Lilac ran in Niue i or u big double barrelled to i Osuri this Nisi sure that Rolls Iron my brow i of that this cold world wore Twenty times irony rid hot it Sec Rattli us Lor u turn of its i Eudiel cold us Wlms coins Ort us Tuguo Wund but of for a tirotto to typify Hon Van scooped la Tho Rock under Calumet of Lor u Winter of discontent us Chi i of for wet by minuets judiciously Cuatt of i or a soda fount spouting up boldly from every hot lamp Post ugh lust tie Bot of torn proud mini L.U to look on in my soul u he a glance of cur then of for a draught from a cup of and of for a rest ing place i n Tho cold grave i with n Lui Liln where the thick shut own Lio on and deepens the chill of us dark running on same i oui Inch. To t met tinu1 i Tohei Iii ilk i Ley ill be held 111 c am third saturday. Jannary Kust and third saturday. April third saturday. Of i Lohl m i Ali from is to valid i93oo total Iii Lii r of i a my Sims Valu Ilat Conill plonk Mill Sci ugh tar part Mclim. Ii Hlll Tiik effeminate Man is a weak poultice. He is a Cross to tween Root Neer Anil Ginger pop with the Cork left a fresh water Mermaid found in a cow pasture with hands Lull of Dande Lions. To is a Teacup full of a Kitten in a sick Monkey with u blonde mus to is a Vine without a L.U Iti lilo i i it i i i a in Oil a year s who remits for a _ to the Ivy kilo Iii a dead Calm will be 11 participant in the distil he nun Al of Lin 11 rom lpns for will it jul evil la All so in Login Iii it not in i Msith will i Ommi Iii a promptly i hav All i to 1 Ost Villi i. A. Iipp Lii it it will in i i Popli after hints pro i. M. C u. F my cos a can fluid Aki it a ainu tin Mitch nil to is As harmless As a cent s Worth of Spruce and without a Hole. He ii As a bread and has no Hopo than a lust year s Arassto prior. Lie goes on thro Hoo and Dies like Cologne the a i on und ii ground. Subterran Enid Gas Wells on Lake Shore. The fact that a Large and steady of gris had Boon obtained by Boring into thu Earth at various Points on the Luke Erie led the Buffalo Gas company to put Doivan a Well in that City in expectation of reaching Gas. The work was begun on the 1st of and is cow completed. The first vein of Gas was struck at the depth of three Hundred and eighteen and the Gas fissures ave out their contents at nearly regular distances of Twenty feet hereafter. At the depth of six i mid red and thirty feet the Salt water was thrown out of the Well with such violence As to show there was a Strong and impelling Force beneath it the water was then pumped out and the Well when the Gas began to flow freely the a two Inch was put in the latter part of Hist and Tho flow bus been regular from that time in Quantity to furnish fuel fora Largo manufacturing establishment at the Gas House the natural Gus did Tho work of my Ordinary fuel for Small quantities of conk being sup plied in Turifi Titi now and in Tho retort House its illuminating Powers tested through about Twenty pipes. It did not work Well through the Ordinary but those being re shoved and full vent allowed to it gave the Light though Clear steady is not essential for the Woik to be done Thoro Tho Light is not Beighl and Clear like that Irr in Coal and it showed a liability to disturbance by the action of Tho atmosphere. The subterranean Gas is found All the Way from a Ufa Ulo to Cleveland. At a Well 550 Foet deep is yielding an volume of Gas this Woll is Loca Ted about two Miles from the Lake. No Home. No Home. Wlms a How sad the there arc thousands who know nothing of the blessed influences of comfortable merely because of a want of or from dissipated habits. Youth in frivolous amusements and demoralizing associations. Leaving Thorn at Middle when the physio in and intellectual Man should be in its greatest enervated and without any Midi blk ambition. Friends Long since Confidence and nothing to look to in old age but a More toleration in the Community where they should be ornaments. No Home to Fly to when wearied with the struggles incident to to cheer them in their de no children to Muse and no virtuous household to give rest to the Joys of life. All is Blank and there is no of accor of kept that which is Given out by the hands of private or Public charities. When the family of the industrious and sober Citi gather around the cd Coful fire of a wintry Tho homeless Man is seeking a shelter in the Colls of or begging for a eights rest in the outbuilding of Otio who started in life at the to with no greater but honesty and Industry built up that while dissipation destroyed the other. The operation of As the term is played by brokers in the following or ten the Case May brokers enter into an arrangement with each other to buy and got control of the entire Stock of some company. They commence by de pressing the Stock As much As pos sible. To do they must All appear to be and cry Down the representing it to be worthless Anil themselves heartily sick of everything pertaining to it. While they Are publicly soiling lots of one or two Hundred their agents or tools Are buying All that they can Izel hold of. As soon As they can buy All the Cash Stock they find in this they turn suddenly around and begin to buy on time. Parties not in the secret of Are willing to soil on or ninety though they do not possess the that before the exp Ilion of thai time that Thoy would be Able to buy it at a less Price than Thoy sold it at in this Way thousands of shares arc to be delivered at a future to the very men who own every share of the Stock that has Ever been issued. When the time arrives the Sellers discover that there is no Stock to be had but of the men to whom they have sold it. Of course Thoj must pay whatever the owners May choose to demand if Tho game is Well the will make As much in Selling is they did in buying in. Should every one of the party prove True to his Thoy will so manage As to got rid of the whole stuck to outsiders u High Price. It will be readily seen that this is a very dangerous game unless Woll played for should any of the parties interested without letting Tho others know game is up and although to May make a for it will be at the sacrifice of ail the others. Would you Judas of Tho lawful Ness or unlawfulness of of the Innocency or Maginity of actions take this whatever weakens your impairs the tenderness of your obscures your sense of or takes off the relish of spiritual in whatever increases Tho authority of your body Over your that thing is sin to How Vei innocent it May be in Wesley. Let in the sunlight. Mrs. Henry Ward in an article in the Christian onion on mistakes in our specifies the of As one. She we wish the importance of admitting the Light of the As Well As building these Eaily and Date could be properly impressed upon our housekeepers. No article of furniture should Ever he brought to our Homes too Good or too delicate for the Sun to see 11 Day Long. His presence should never be except when so Bright Aslo become uncomfortable to the eyes. And a walk in Bright so the eyes a re protected by veil or when inconveniently in tense. A Sun Bath is of far More importance in pics i ving a healthy condition of the body than is generally understood. A Sun Bath costs and that is a mis for people Are deluded with the idea that those things Only can be Good or useful which Cost Money. But remember that unite fresh and Homes kept free from will secure you from Many heavy Hills of the and give you health and which no Money cur. Procure. It is a Well established fuel that people who live much in the Sun Are usually stronger and More healthy than those Whoso occupations deprive Thorn of sunlight. A Yankee s Siveret Revenue on a Yankee. The Plymouth and gives currency to a most Roli Shabec illustrative of the Sweet revenge which a return of Good for evil sometimes even when the Opportunity is Long deferred. It beams that one of the most industrious citizens of ply who rarely loaves his Bethought him to visit the Duxbury Cable Celebration. Of driving through the upon bars of a where his horse Hail been hitched an hour or two without care or to charged seventy five cents by Tho owner of Tho wild on the Day of the Celebration in Plymouth Tho Duxbury or in visited pm Mouth with Cir Raige Anil Italy. The eyed son of Vulcan descried him and took him to with the opening his sitting room for their and foil his horses with a cheerfulness and Hearty alacrity that surprised Tho Duxbury Man. On preparing to leave he much to nothing at was the Are Wel come Only i ii t charge me seven cents for hitching my horse to the Fence when i Como to Dux Bury As i have a and am obliged to work for my wont Olf with a Long thoughtful probably a if not a bettor Man. A is a decision. The Bedford Sentinel in a neighbouring a suit was in we Iii Tho Julge had been counsel for one of the parties before he was elevated to the Bench. Under Tho statute of by consent of a member of the bar was requested to act As judge. During the Progress of the cause an unstamped Given for the Purchase of a was offered to be read in evidence. It was objected to on the ground that it was stamped. The Point was argued elaborately and the acting judge promptly court is of the opinion that inasmuch As it appears in evidence that the mule for which the note was Given was a government and the mule itself was duly it is not necessary that the note should be stamped at All. The note was read in _ Young ladies in Iowa select shoes in tha company of their Beans. They always take no. And Exchange them next Day for 6s. Something about the hair. Stringy looking hair indicate weakness and cowardice. Curly hair denotes a Quick tem per. Grizzly set in one s head As if each individual hair was rend to fight its denotes coarse Ness. Light Auburn hair denotes Intel and a peaceable disposition. Black hair de notes a sluggish but with Little and a love of with a disposition to find and Burrow trouble. Black very Little inclined to with a dark Indi Cates personal especially when Otic is with a wonderful degree of and a disposition to Hung on until whatever is undertaken lie accomplished. Hed if denotes us and a domineering disposition. Ligh Tish Rod somewhat Given to in it be Fine rather than indicates but de and a willingness to sacrifice old friends for new or for personal advancement. What is called Sandy hair Indi Cates a Jovial without much Eleroy or Powers of Calculi lion for bargains. Such poisons Are generally Good Content to work for others More than them selves. Brown hair denotes a fondness for a Friendly am earnestness of capacity for and reliability in in proportion us the hair is Fine Light Brown with a Clear is a very certain indication of and a determination to overcome Obsta cles. Nearly All the business men in the country have this kind of hair. The Linor and nor Silken the Tho finer the Organiza and the More Touchy and in flammable the disposition. In such hair be straight and it Indi Cates an even a Readi Ness to with a desire to add to the happiness of others. Persons with Fine Light or Auburn inclined to curl or Are Quick and Given to resentment or revenge. Light Brown inclined to with is a certain indication of Treach and a disposition to do some thing mean by a Friend when that Friend cannot to longer used to advantage. Straight Black Crisp and indicates Power of indifference to Anil a Strong pre to re Venge wrongs or real or fancied. Tho coarser such the longer will the person having it nurture his till comes a Safe Chance for its gratification. Hair that is inclined to change its appearance with the with a sort of As to its indicates a corresponding or i depend As to the Pooch of people. Death by the nerves. When a Man is wounded in Bat he is Likely to be knocked which in often the first intimation that to gets that something has happened. It is not the Force of the blow nor the wound that brings him to the for he May presently get up and walk or Light again if he is very determined but it is the Shock upon the nervous system. A similar Shock May come through the or through any just As would to the Case through a stroke of lightning. Sometimes it May be so violent that death will overtake the re Call by any while there is no sufficient injury to the misanes or or loss of blood to Ause a fatal result. A sudden Loath occurred recently in a prom nent in this where the Young Man had no disease of any tissue that could cause and no one could have predicted the re sult. Nothing could be said of my that some violent Shook fell up on an enfeebled nervous system ind took Lile away before the Trou whatever it could pro itself by Dis organizing any of the body. Civilization and Dickey and Susy. Diccy was had a Ion loved and vice wanted to Mother was Down on that was for Bidden the were exchanged through a knot Hole in a High Board Fence that enclosed the Yard. One Day the old lady went and Dickey in formed of Tho a Little too old Fildy was close at Chance of escape without detection at the instance of Dickey popped into the old lady saw that Susy looked that Dickey Hail been and sup of to had Remler Good his thought the Young couple had agreed to Elope to be too smart for shut Susy up in the same closet where Dickey was and giving her a pair of quilts and a locked her up for the morning to Tho closet to let Susy out. Of lord a get breath for a moment. I that Yea a am you must stay for break fast Inu Ara but you must Dickey concluded to stay. Breakfast i have been thinking about you a great Deal lately so i lately you arc industrious and i hear i never upon the i think you and Susy had better get married i i it is said of a late physician that he was waited upon one Day by a neighbor to come and see a child sick with the croup. Certain replied the there is any thing i Pride myself of in my it a my treatment of that As the doctor step Ped out a moment to make his waiting visitor was surprised to to hear him spy to his what do you do for Tho croup the jeffersonian All kinds of printing done neatly mid nil it moderate prices. Call and Sec specimens. Terms of Rio or one go Werk. So business Canu. . Per year. Of quart half and column advertisements at the usual out under an umbrella with a Clear sky. Have you never noticed in pass ing along in front of the court Siace the Fountain has been after and on the opposite Side of the How much it sounds like i oin we need Only Call your at Tention to the fact. That being we proceed a few evenings Siut a gentleman called upon a Friend at the Mali fire to spend the evening. The night was Beautiful and Clear and the Moon shone out in fill grandeur. The evening and at about the hour of eleven the Friend concluded to depart. Before starting he went to the raised it and heard the water pattering Down fro in the Fountain As though coming from the and Una was his impression. Turning upon his lie asked his Friend for an umbrella. It he. It appears to be com ing Down right was Tho response. The umbrella was found the Good nil rat and the parties the one he to go to sleep under the rain upon the Tho other to launch out into the ii Tuu injun. Vol v i Auu is intense activities bring a great with nothing but a Cotton umbrella. I. R 11-1. Train on the nervous physicians have to hour Elliis in mind my direct their counsels Accord ugly. A great Desmul Catura is to Lis Over some remedy which will it promptly As a counter Shock. In cases of a certain As in lightning dashes of cold suddenly Given by the pail sometimes Avail. Perhaps when the nervous forceps better it nay come Witlin control As decisive is that Over galvanic currents in e which Are charged and Dis charged at will. There should he Sulla client knowledge Lis so minted among the people to in them to exercise caution in avoiding whatever in destructive nervous school journal. Valuable stones found in Nevada. We take the following from the Virginia although neither rubies. To protect him. When the latter passed he raised his and started up main Street at a Lively fearing that the rain would soon penetrate his Cotton umbrella and possibly his own he had some distance to to. Arriving at the Corner of sixth and he met a who knew and it being some what unusual people to carry a hoisted umbrella after he accosted him w no Are you afraid of getting Moon of at the re the credulous Man dropped his took a View of the situation and discovered that the sky was As Clear As n Bell and tue Moon standing out Iti the heavens in Al her grandeur. He was extremely apologetic for a few min and his Cuba Roissing Situa Tion was of course appreciated. The falling water at the Fountain had suggested the idea to him that it raining and Ity the time he out of head of it he was so emeralds or other precious stones j involved in thought that he Didu t have yet been found in this Siny stones suited to the uses of the from their hardness and Are abundant. F every variety and Shade of color. Is abundant throughout the Cornelian is to be found in Many and is quite abundant at Cornelian Bay and Lake agates Are also plentiful at Lake at san Nye at and in Many other localities. Fine Moss Gates Are often picked up by prospectors in their rambles among the wild Mountain Gorges and Over the Tony tablelands. Amethysts Are quite abundant in the various mines upon the those found in tie mines at Gold Hill Are the largest and the Best. Gar nets Are to be found in Washoe near Steamboat but they Are of inferior Quality. Chalcedony is to be found almost everywhere in the state. Fine specimens May be obtained at american and still finer ones in the neighbourhood of Aurora. At the South end of Carson Val on the Aurora Good specimens of Chrysolite May be found. The precious or fire Opal has never yet been fun mud in the though the common and and Wood Opal occur. Petrified Wood is very in fact whole Trees May sometimes be and some specimens Are very Beautiful and make very handsome can Heads and when Cut and polished. In Many places in the geodes Are and Nir irly All of when will be found to contain Beautiful crystals of various colors. Besides the stones mentioned there Are Tine Quartz and Many specimens of Quartz containing Gold and Silver Are to be seen in which would make Fine seals if properly Cut. Know whether he was Miles of water or not cily within a Good Story on Beck. Congressman Beck tells the Fol lowing Good one on crossing the Kentucky River on a trip to Mercer the wind blew and our congressman not accustomed to a Sta faring was somewhat doubtful of the ferryman s ability to Cross the Stormy the Boatman being a Sharp shrewd named Crouch. So or. Beck asked him if he could do anything to help him. Said take hold of the railing and pull the Toat up Stream All Yon can whereupon the Stalwart lawyer Laid Holt on the railing and pulled Ami tugged with Alt his till the boat touched Landing. After receiving the Crouch said you re or. The con Ain t you or. His Friendly Way. Snid the Young you re the for a smart i Ever at the railing to move a it was too Good to and or. Beck told it As soon As he got to town. Tale is the Tad pole said when he turned into a 1 Bullfrog. The patience of Job. Everybody is in the habit of bragging on Job and Job did have considerable but did he Ever keep a District Skule Tor eight dollars a and Board around or run a did he Ever reap lodged Oats Down Hill on a hot Day and have All of his Gallus bus Topeat did he Ever have the Jur Opin Toothache and be made tend the baby while his wife went Over per Kins to a Tea Squall did he get up Iii the dry Tuff it three Miles before breakfast to a and find .it the Man kept a Temperance House did he Ever undertake to milk a kicking Hefter. With a Bushy Tail in try time Anil in a did he Ever set on a litter of kit tens in the old rocking with his summer pantaloons if he could do All these tilings and Praise the lord at the same All i e to say bully for Billings. A competent witness. William who made Willi in. Who was considered a fool screwed up his and look ing thoughtful and somewhat be replied Moses. I s pose that will said counsellor addressing the court. Witness says he supposes Moses made that is an intelligent More than i thought him capable of for it shows that he has some fair idea of scripture. 1 submit that it is not sufficient to entitle him to be sworn As a wit Ness capable of giving mister said the May i ask the lawyer a question said the judge. Mister who d be s pose made you i said counsellor imitating the witness. After the mirth had somewhat the witness Draicle a Wall now we do read in the Book that Aaron once made a but who d a thought the Critter d got in Here secure a Home. A Man with a family should own at least the Bouse in which be if it be in his Power to make such an acquisition. When a working Man owns his Home feels cheerful and much in the midst of All worldly than be would or could feel if he v Ere without so substantial an Anchor so to for Bis affections and aspirations. Bonds bearing Goki and Well Are All very Well in their Way. But a Home is the most assuring Bond for the head of a and and of which it will become the Wilu under the Blessing of Golden fruit through All Bis future on Earth. As the poet Well there is no place litre Homo.

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