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Ii pm 1i i h in Van ii in u 10 m 410 a i by Boron j. Luck co to Montana St. Paul Minneapolis Manitoba railway a Maoni ficket daily train service the Montana will be Luaulu Ratel november i o. 1888. Dining cars drawing room sleepers. I in i Hume Day coaches and free i Olonis sleepers with Kitchen Aud lavatory. The Only line to Tho threw great olt a of Monlai it great Falls Helena and Butte. Just r or Anil information hire of your own ticket agent or in. Nug 01m Whitney l Art. W i aul a lieu. Monti Luke or turn for Nur Rory Hilary or Cimic Lillou. I our make Hho Salesman r Uny my who will world and follow my. Will rur Nuu out la Truu Anil every Wei Ltd write Lor Lorms at Rico. K. O. Kaham nurse Yimm. Roi Bowler. N. A a Mfd Ham of trait a Maii in rom it Klit ibs. Rogull or Vrej to other Lex pit in tru portion. A Onri clinic t mul in anon cult s Inifi u Ili a Nuvil non plot in Tiv Otlet snafu Airai Otenti Ini in Liy Lii Imanh. I ool Alpine Safe co., Cincinnati Blu. Out la Oil Chas b. Cook the popular new current testimony. Kuoan 111., toy to ism. In Glam to by Doewat Tom a aa4 ta4 a k Cruto at Boik la Ftp Uzilia Notni about l Tuni Tail Lutziw St a Tim Oil is mud to. Bottle met. Mul t Yean. I Pooton Fai the largest Stock in the county. Latest styles. Satisfaction ill a 714 Wheeling Avo tie camber de Ohio exhausted vitality till m Ixia tin Tolt i Ilic ii work it Ilia nil Noil Xor Oum Nuil Raja ii us a Lilly pc Mizuri 0i emm of untold Oun. H m mob. I a Atli Fiill jilt Only by mull a Calvil. Illustrative Unin Plu Fiji to ill Young Anil mild Limski d inon. Kun Luw. I in 1 r Tuvin r i la i Ocler Tea entitlement Plum of jew Lloil Moi Lill us Tirdil to Tiu Hii Chorhy the Niu iou Almo Illel. And Ilni i of. Non ton mifw., Urdl. W. Ii i a Kkt i a ii Lynli of Llor Taril Moil Lral cell Cru i if i Tiu ill i Ion who Nueyho Tona Ulteig Emil Zunli us. To Ull Lui ii St. Specially inc of Cut Tain aul. Vuu Uius be or u Kalo act 18 4w my Booton Oltof Ihmi Zooi of ii. Job. Of us we m bed Ridden lunch in Rani of Mit we ukr Tan Mauu wet Kyu bundt. Return. I we Vikra at Otu Touti Tyr hour or it it finds its Way All Over the world. New Yolk May 10, 188t. Or. Chappelear please Bond Roe on Footh ii zen Bron Binl by exp Reaa 1 was buffeting from a Moat la teasing i one White in Cincinnati two years ago Ami had trial a Large number of reme Lii Al As Well As doctors in fact my troubled me to that i could not Alk and had Mofle up Ray mind to give in Tny trip mid to Home a Friend and me to try your Medicine. I did Sof nil completely recovered in one Day. Use Altol r Hub Ca Boon As Noe Aible b my Wilt ii hmm badly and every Luiu to Nile to her. I dict Cimias. Wilson h in Dunham sons 18 East 14th St n. Y. Treasurer s notice. The Economy of Home. Mrs. Dinah Mulock Craik Haa the following suggestions in one of her articles on woman s responsibilities la Money very few men have the time or the patience to make a shilling go As air As it can but women Hare especially a woman whose one thought is to save her husband from Laving burdens greater than he can Bear to help him by that quiet carefulness in Money matters which Alono gives an easy mind and a real enjoyment of life to take care of the Short that he May have the pounds free for All his lawful need i and lawful pleasures too. Surely there can be no sharper Pang to a Loving wife than to see her Hus band staggering under the weight of family life worked almost to death in order to Dodge the Wolf at the Joyless in the present terrified at the future and yet All this might have been averted if the wife had Only known the value Anil use of Money and been Able to keep what her husband earned Cut her coat according to her for any income is limited unless you Oak teach yourself to live within it to waste and there fore to want but this ii not always the woman s fault men insist blindly on a style of living which their Means will not allow and Many a wife has been cruelly blamed for tiring at a rate of expenditure unwarranted by her husband s Means and which he pecuniary conditions made absolutely dishonest had she known it. But she did not know it he being too careless or too cowardly to Tell and she had not the sense to inquire or find out every mistress of a household especially every Mother ought to know what the family income a and where it comes from and thereby prevent All needless extravagance. Half the mis Erable or disgraceful bankruptcies never would happen if the wives had the sense and courage to stand firm and insist on knowing enough about the family income to expend it proportionately to restrain As every wife should a too lavish husband or fall ing in that to deny herself All luxuries which she can not righteously afford. Above All to bring up her Ohil Deren in tender carefulness that refuses to mulch the governor out of one unnecessary Halfpenny or to the Money he works so hard for in their thoughtless amusement found at Briffet a disease cured by the me of or. Burdick s kidney Core. It in a in a pasture. Among the rocks and hollows of the pasture society is perhaps As nearly upon a communistic basis As we can find it in nature outside the Bee cell and the ant Hill. There Are no Rich holdings. The thin Blond grass is free to All and gives nourishment to the cows who spend the Long Day in threading their Way Between rocks and Bushes cropping mouthfuls of its sweetness As they go and waving a network of object less paths through the swampy growths and Sweet Fern. The chipmunks keep House under the boulders and scamper out to Sim themselves in Kitt Enish attitudes on Rocky in summer they vary taxes for 1888. To Puim Ricc of Law i Milton Turner treasurer of Guernsey county Ohio hereby give notice to the taxpayers of said county that the taxes Lovic in on each one Hundred dollars valuation of the taxable property for the year 1888, for All purposes a the several townships and corporations Are As follows 4 sinking fund scents. General Revenue fund 14 school fund 10 total 29 county fund.23 Cento. Bridge fund.10 building fund. 5 children s Home 7 w soldiers Relief fund. 3 infirmary fund. 7 special Road fund.10 total .65 total state and county levy.94 Centa. Positive fact that any one having kidney or liver trouble can find Relief in sin Gle bottle. One bottle a guaranteed to remove All pain from the Back and or Money refunded. With three Vear t experience this Medicine Haa not tailed to give satisfaction in every Cue. In cases of bloating one bottle Haa been known to remove fifteen pounds of water. Not Only a help but will make a perfect cure. Price 75 Centa. Sample free at d. Nov. 11m, townships and corporations. Adorns g onster Knox Liberty Londonderry mu1 Wood Monroe Oxford Ali Uland up Osier Tulloy i Whinton Wos Limul whopping school District Ottn Borland corporation o school Dan Trout Flarv Lew or Portal m school dust lot ii Tir City corporation Kirr i fool District Lois lilo corporation Seii Conville corporation in Trot corporation school darlot Klin Volinn corporation in lion District ctr. 17 15 12 12 17 17 12 15 17 12 10 12 15 14 6 14 15 15 7 2 2 16 14 14 7 2 12 2 2 is 2 7 9 12 Oti. 10 7 10 14 n 18 22 19 b 8 14 13 12 2 6 14 19 14 7 14 7 7 2 2 18 8 8 8 12 12 7 7 22 22 pm 30 61 40 68 49 40 48 40 67 88 70 39 28 88 68 42 21 28 47 68 1 16 1 16 13 is 80 80 88 70 70 71 71 82 82 to 84 10 60 14 40 Chi 151 j of 17m 171 1 us 174 1 w 87 1 18h 1 is 1 is Ollil 141 15 165 22s 29s 281 274 24h 167 234 194 102 202 11h 18s 17 j 240 210 1 02 1 44 1 51 1 52 1 fib 1 fid 1 70 1 41 1 7s 1 40 1 31 1 34 1 58 1 60 1 34 1 3c 1 48 2 26 2 96 2 16 2 00 2 20 1 50 townships and Cor 1 orations. Cums Climbi Lilener Knox Liberty Londonderry Millwood Monroe Isiord Kichii Maikl sep nor i Salii Iii Willd Byesville corporation Cambridge corporation m my Cambridge school Dent lot Cumberland corporation Cumberland school District it Kirview corporation Kirview Hon no District Quaker City corporation Kimker City school District Sal Raville corporation 2 .12 1 82 1 1 82ji Sone Aville corporatmn., Caville school olstrlot., 1 sit 172 2 38 1 98 Washington Washington school District. Kimbolton corporation. Kimbolton school District. The entire delinquencies together with All Road tax and one half of All other taxes charged on the duplicate of 1888, Are required to be paid on or before the 20th Day of december and the remainder on or before the 20th Day of june next. Attention a called to Section 2844, Laws of Ohio which reads As follows when one half the taxes charged against any entry of real estate shall not be on or b my tit font loft a 11 ,1 .1 i-.1.___________ _ a foie twentieth Day of december in that year or collected by distress or otherwise prior to the t Al Druary settlement a penalty of fifteen per cent thereon shall be added to such half of said faxes on the duplicate and if said taxes and penalty including the remaining half of such Jums shall not be paid on or before the twentieth Day of june next thereafter or collected by Ali Tyrese or otherwise prior to the next August settlement the same penalty shall be charged on said half of said when you ask by letter or postal card for the amount of your taxes designate your prop erty clearly. Whose name in what township Aud Section and number of acres. In what town number of lot and in whose addition. Send stamp for reply. Send Money by certificate of Deposit Post office Money order or registered letter. All checks to be at sender s risk. If paying by Check and you do not know the exact amount of your tax leave the amount Blank to be filled by treasurer to avoid the necessity of turning change. Necessity of re the treasurer a office will be open daily sabbaths and holidays excepted during business hours from the loth Day of november 1838, until the 2oth Day of december 1883, and from the 1st Day of May 1839, to the 20ch Day of june 1839, to receive said taxes. The office will be closed at 4i o clock p. M., daily during the collection to enable the treasurer to his accounts for the Day. It is absolutely Nec wiry to avoid the full Legal penalty that prompt attention be Given in and every Case while it is proposed to do everything reasonable to satisfy tax payers yet no Effort will be spared Nacea sary to make a close collection Call Early and avoid the Rush at the please do not Send Stamps for change. Special the penalty fixed by Law will hereafter be strictly enforced on ail Delin after the 2dtl Day of dec3tuber and the 20th Day of june next. Csar abridge october Milton Turner treasurer. The Utility Tolm Ottum. Every where a regarded As the precursor of famine and misery especially among the populations of Asia and Africa which Hare so often suffered from this Terri ble Scourge. Nothing has hitherto been found to effectually Avert the periodical invasions of locusts which do such havoc rendering completely desert Large stretches of country previously Rich and flourishing. But see How different the Case is in the province of Yemen says the Yemen Sanaa. The Advent of the locusts la regarded Here a a Good Omen it Means Abund Ance and on the appearance of these rejoicings take place through out the country. For several seasons the locusts have not visited the Yemen but this year they have commenced to arrive and already the first swarms have settled Down. The turkish authorities were greatly exercised at the sight of these unwelcome guests and were preparing to tight the Scourge until they saw that the natives showed themselves immensely pleased with the locusts indulging m manifestations of Joy As if a Blessing had been conferred upon them. Locusts the natives declared arc not in their coun try the destructive insects they Are known to be elsewhere they neither attack the crops nor the Trees nor the grass arid besides being a favorite dish among the population of Arabia Felix where they Are some Moa pre served for one and two years these in sects constitute splendid manure. The people have even discovered in them medical qualities thus it is currently believed that they form a Panacea for organic diseases for purifying the blood Etc. As soon therefore As the locusts took Possession of the Fields the arabs men women and children began busily collecting this heavenly manna. Large quantities of them were sold in the bazaars and Public squares. Their diet of nuts by an occasional Berry. I watched one lately helping himself to the lowest Raspberry from a Low hanging Branch picking it daintily with Bis fore paws Aud holding it up to eat As if it were a nut. They Are the tames of our wild creatures. I have known one to come daily from his Hole in the Garden Wall to join the Biekens at meal time by degrees he became venturesome and once or twice he crossed the threshold of the farm House and picked up from the Kitchen floor crumbs that must have had a new flavor to his palate. Another pasture mammal though he is aug a Denizen of the Meadow and was christened in the copse is the woodchuck. He is not to be lured by the Wiles of civilization he takes kindly to its fruits but will Cone of its Yoke i held an interview Brief but half inti mate with a woodchuck the other Day. In which my Fanoy was captivated by that idea of a possible kinship with wild four footed things that haunted Hawthorne and Thoreau but i could perceive that the comradeship was All on one Side and that my companion received but Small pleasure and had no intention of imparting any. Twas on a logging Road which struck away from the pasture into a Wood a 1mlt grown woodchuck advanced from under the Trees to the Edge of the path and stopped on seeing me. He held three leaves in his Teeth. I also called a halt and a stood looking at each other. His Little nose quivered with a motion All its own. And his round body Rose and fell in longer Waves of respiration. Both of i shirked the initiative for a time at last i withdrew a Little to give him Confidence and a Opportunity to resume his Way but he did not Budge. He May have been Paral Zed in Bis Little woodchuck heart but he did not look frightened. At the risk of being set Down As us poetic in my conclusions i will say that he looked Ilka a shrewd Yankee woodchuck who waited to see his neighbor s pile before making his own. Impelled by a curiosity to see How far his terror or his courage would go i stepped up to him and took one of the leaves from be tween his Teeth. He made a Little snap at my hand then Drew himself together and chattered at me with i wild gleam inh Seye countenance More in Auger than expressive of fear or any other sentiment. It was nut till i had removed to a distance and waited for some moments that he took to his heels and then they carried him Down the wooded slope at a Pace which put fur ther Intercourse out of the Sophia Kirk in Atlantic. Porcine Natation. Pennsylvania dutch. It is not generall known Eves by people who have visited America that thera is in Pennsylvania very near the cities of Philadelphia and new York a population of More than two million inhabitants which is in Many respects strangely like what its Rural ancestors were m Germany More than two Cen Turies ago. Says the Boston transcript. Some years since there were to be seen in a shop in Philadelphia several Large books of lutheran Devotion in the Type and spelling of bound in deeply stamped White vellum with heavy brass clasps. They did not look like imitations of old books tin. Seemed to be the thing in t the Date was recent. They Are for the Pennsylvania the Book seller. They would not believe that the lord would hear them if they prayed to him out of a modern looking Book. And those books As you see them have been printed and bound in that style for Carh two Hundred years for the Pennsylvania dutch Market just As they wore printed fur their ancestors during the there is probably no Mote striking instances of conservatism to be found anywhere in Europe than this but the spirit manifested by the worthy dutchmen is carried out by them consistently in everything else Fol Low thy son Aud live As thy father before thee has is their Golden Rule of life. Firstly they always speak among themselves a singular patois called Pennsylvania dutch from the word Deutsch. It says or. Bails an in his edition of his poems of or. H. Har Baugh to the South German Dia and while partaking of All it is most closely Allied to the Pfalz is. To the Rhine German of the palatinate. In the Valley of the Susquehanna and beyond the Alle Ghany it is much mingled with English. Farther in the West we find in it traces of scottish Irish swedish and French. It is specially remarkable in its having retained great numbers of old and curious Gorman words such As Are now to be heard Only in the remotest places of the fatherland. We find the influence of the unchangeable English article the in Der. Thus a Man will say Der Blind Gaul of Mer Welle of Der Inart Fahre i. A Henry harness the Blind horse we will go to a National Flower. The Little girl of ten. I met her it the depot in the ticket-bureii1 Row she was travelling unattended to too Tuwa i and t saw lips bin a ticket for an adult when a Hilf a Maiden would have answered Lor no Lier i heard the Hienl a a h full run and Sherai l i wants ticket Dij she in so i did not the moment it Thounh i Venn Derevi what infant or is ill if she wanted one r i or tar in Ber then at length r said Moit k Nedli to the so Allf holc n do you i on the rail Wev All Alliev Soto Hwy my Lio. But i Haj wish to Illuv to leu in hip and to Fai then Herne Imd Pronini cd no to in ii Here a Blush no upon in i i Hock. Anil Lois Yunpu in link Anil in the aident tix i k i inti i i Liei Sako Frei it 1 1 h l 111, to my i a Foi of and she thai Kiil in with ill ill .1 which she did Mil 1 ital i l not Vailjr in i t unit i Dollar a in Tutoli 1. 13ut i fancied us we Baloiu. Ind from place that in m n Liri-1, i Over Youn Galap. That she seemed a one Omar the in Beirut would show. Then with thou but it beat to know. Our talk and trip were ending but f adventured then. Little girl you Aie not. Are Ion. i Lar from but 9be said. With further a twinkle not Lam doubtless Al old Elko but i is just sixteen then hooked and my Lii Nile. Tint thu vexing Wai s of fail leu my heart to a prob Ivy and to wildly Palmitate ror i had i Arm Aroun 1 was Tor -.1 my i Init with her Han. And she be Guiod to think did t seem to Caie. It or Eho the question of a selection of a National Flower was first brought before the Public at the recent session of the society of american florists in new York and a committee was appointed by the society to select a Flower which might be adopted As the Floral Emblem of the american Republic. The ques tion has already been discussed to some extent and several nominations have already been made. The new York in moment if the had not come Ujj Pat As this. I should have proffered bar direction of with a kiss. But my Wisdom always happens Ucli too Early or too late. For the girl was very pretty confound the course of Fate so i jumped up with in Satchel harsh look ing As i went from a task begun in pin ending Slarp in discontent. But she bowed Ami nned sweeter while i thought How Minu that 1 could not Loop to her just she said sixteen Rento an in of Farmer g Magazine. Icelandic farmhouse. The verdict unanimous. A d. Suit druggist Bippus ind., testifies i can recommend electric bitters a the very beat remedy. Every bottle bold has Given Relief in every care. One Man took six bottles and waa cared of Rheama Tiem of 10 years Abraham Hare drag Gist Bellville Ohio affirms the Best Selling Medicine i have Ever handled in my 20 years experience is electric thousands of others have added their testimony so that the ver dict is unanimous that electric bitters do cure All diseases of the liver kid Neys and blood. Only a half Dollar a bottle at 0, l. Wall it co i drug store. Pet be Vera. An interesting Story is told of a pair of pet beavers by Harper s Young people which shows How Strong the building instinct is in the animal. A gentleman living in Montana caught a Eair of Kitten beavers and kept them i a Box in his barn. They were gentle affectionate Little creatures and showed no disposition to be discontented with their lot until one Day an Accident happened which roused their sleeping instinct for dam building and converted them into shy wild beavers almost in a Day. The outlet of the water no trough became stopped up and the water in consequence ran Over the Side and made a Little Stream through the barnyard. It was the sight of running water that revealed to the beavers the strongest impulse of their natures. At once they dragged brooms pitchforks and every other available thing to the Stream and did the Best the could to made a dam. The next Day they disappeared and it was not until a dam arose in a Creek near by that the gentleman knew what had become of his pets. But they were fail pets no longer they had at once be come As wild As if they had never seen a Man. One Bright summer morning As i was strolling toward the Beach on the Island of Mackinaw i saw a Short Dis Tance ahead of me two Little pigs one perfectly White and the other perfectly Black both the same size trudging along Side by Side in the same direction As myself. They seemed to out of place and i waa so curious to know whither they were bound that i followed them unobserved. They did not walk aimlessly but As if they had some special object in View and some definite Delta nation. I wondered what they would do when they reached the water. I was not Long m being answered. Without a moment s hesitation they plunged in to the Waves Side by Side and swam out and away toward another Island six Miles Distant. I stood and watched them until their two Little Heads looked like balls Bobbing up and Down Side by Side All the time. When i related the incident to the landlord a Little later he looked astonished and annoyed. Those pigs he said were to Hare been Tervet up for dinner to Day. They brought hers this morning in a boat from that Island six Miles away and we thought we might allow them their Freedom never thinking of their making an attempt to go Home. And did you notice he continued they choose the Point of land nearest the Island where they came from to enter the water singular that the Little animals should have been so Bright and furthermore they weren t landed there that makes it More i too left the Island that Day and i have never heard whether those Brave Little pigs Ever reached their Destina tion or not. Harper s Young people. Bernhardt a Snow intaglio. Here w a new and characteristic Story of Bernhardt told me by a Gen Gen the Aud i have been Down stairs. Mitch am. We be been playing husband and wife. A. Did you do that my dear Georgia sat at one end of the table and i sat at the other and Georgie said this food Vlf Lluli is it by to and i said it s All you la and Georgie said Damn and i got up and left the punch doctor i can neither Lay nor let what shall i i think you had better waa the reply. Now if the doctor had prescribed bottle of salvation of for the poor Lellow i rom Maslim. It would have relieved patient at 86 Leman who took her Sleigh ing when we in Canada across Fields of unbroken Snow encrusted by a slight in Frozen surface after a mild rain. Sara was in raptures Over the glitter ing whiteness of the landscape and suddenly riling in the Sleigh while the horses were moving slowly along she threw herself with great Force out of the vehicle face downward into the Snow. Her companions wet e alarmed at her fall and sprang to help her. She allowed them to lift her As a dead weight cautioning them to be gentle when on regaining her feet she cried out with a ringing laugh As she pointed to the impression she had made sea Sara Earnhardt an intaglio in the Snow i have modelled myself gentle it was True and there was no mistaking the resemblance even to All the Long tines of her figure and Gar ments. The Force of her fall had left the face As Clear Cut As a correspondence Newport news. The thence no Library Bury St. Edmunds has a biography of a Man named Corder which is bound in a piece of human skin. Corder murdered his sweetheart and married some one More to his liking. Having been detected and hanged the doctor who obtained his Corpse sent a piece of his Akin properly cured to the publisher and a copy of Tho dead Man s life was accordingly bound up in his skin. Binding soi8k8. In the ears sometimes a roaring Buz zing bound is caused by Catarrh that exceedingly disagreeable and very com Mon disease. Loss of smell or hearing also from Catarrh. Bond s Sor Saparillas the Preat blood purifier is a successful remedy for this do Sazae which it cures by purifying the blood. K you suffer from Catarrh try Hood s Sarsaparilla the Peculiar medi Cine. Exasperated Mother at breakfast Cun t get along at All with our hired Why Lillie a m stubborn she can be won t mind a going i a i Ness she will have to dignified a list fire her Mother rather i am learning to be patient under All Cir com to me than you bad bet tet keep Straw and Linen dusters will not be 10 very Bute Toni As heretofore or. Tyrny of Wever will popular m Ever at Itu observer comes out in favor of the Golden Rod. This says our Eon temporary stands by itself in the pastures Aud by the roadsides and it can stand by itself on our ticket. It is a True Emblem of democracy. It is sturdy it is Independent it is free. It is not n sectional Flower. It knows no East no West no North no South. It is at Home everywhere As Happy and Radiant when it lifts itself above the Sod of a Southern Plain As when it nods in the breezes of a Northern Valley. Neither is it particular in such matters As soil and surroundings. It can accommodate itself to almost any circumstances and be just As Sweet and Beautiful in one place As another. In the pasture in the Meadow m the Hillside by the Stream it is every where the same Noble glorious Flower unpretentious and simple in its attire yet Rich and Strong in its Beauty mod est and unobtrusive in its habits yet not too shy and retiring. While it is net above growing any where it never grows where it is inhere is any one spot that the Golden Rod loves More than another it is a coun try Roadside. Herein it shows its democratic instincts. It is the Peoples Flower and it prefers to place itself where the people can find it not in obscure nooks or behind jealously guarded fences Aud Walls but out by the Highway where the Rich and the poor those who ride Aud those who walk the weary the lame the halt Anil the Blind May rejoice in its loveliness. Thackeray Puiul the child. A lady tells this store of the novelist Thackeray who once visited her House after having told a lot of delightful stories or. Thackaray remarked that he must leave he was so terribly Hun Gry. We told him that we could give him a really Good dinner. There a nothing my dear you Ean give he answered with a in tiny sigh for i could only1 eat the chop o f a Rhino Erous or a slice from an ele yes i exclaimed my 5-year-old sister. She disappeared into a big cupboard and soon emerged with a look of Triumph of her fat Little face holding in her hands a wooden Rhinoceros Aud an elephant from her Noah s Ark. Pitt Iua the two animal s on a plate she handed them with great Gravity to or. Thackeray. The great Man laughed and ribbed his hauls with glee and then taking the child in his arms kissed her remarking a Little rogue you already know the value of a then he asked for a knife Aud Fork smacked his lips and pretended to devour the elephant and Rhu onerous. Then they smiled. They met a horse car two Young women whose Tawny faces showed that they were just the seashore and when they had kissed Aud embraced Aud been through All the preliminary nonsense necessary to the occasion one said to the other of you dear thing i had such a flirtation with your husband while you were Down East. He came Down to Nan tasket almost every yes he wrote me about the other returned sweetly. He said you did t seem to know anybody and were so lonely to quite pitied he was away so kind to neglected the first speaker murmured. You know they said when you were married that he would have taken All the Wall Flowers if he could he was so and then they smiled lovingly on each courier. The same in All cities. A number of irishmen were repair ing a any Street will do. They re All being repaired at some Point or another All the time. A Friend of mine passing heard this Brief colloquy hello said another Workman from some other Street what Are you Shure an i m repairing the Street what s the use you can t make it any Francisco chronicle quelling a storm with an improved method of nil ing the Waters has been patented in Germany. A rocket to which is attached a Cylinder filled with Oil can be lir cd with accuracy from the ship and when it explodes the Oil is scattered just where it is wanted. By the explosion of five rockets at a distance of from to feet from a ship a space of to Square feet of water was Cov ered with Oil and the wares were at once what s in a name among the Pas. Sengers of the City of Richmond a few Days since was a Bird two gambles a Moore and an Earnest Man. Aud there mailed recently in a White slut summer u or. Us Uini Day. The building of a farm dually Are under one Root and stand in a to Atli their Gable ends Fain the Coin t. They Are peculiarly constructed Economy of Timber and the exigencies of the Cli mate furnish Hon Ever a to their architecture. Ordi Uarich Are inc one Story in height. They air framed. Of and their Gable Ora wooden their sides and which usually slope to the ground Are commonly of and turf therein always is thatched with turf which quickly grows together and form admit mucus covering through which wet Aud cold scarcely can penetrate. Seen from a distance a group of farm buildings bears the appearance of a irregular grass grown Hillock upon which to heighten the illusion Shet a Are a Altner grazing. The farmhouse proper consists of two or three Gables it is the Byre for the Winter shelter of cows if the Farmer is Suffi touch Well to do to possess any Ami Tho Smithy with its forge Anvil the icelander in his isolation i throw upon his own resource Ami i oblige in still to exercise upon occasion a Call ing that has descended to him from the immemorial knt King Tho House through the Low duo in one of the Gables you Honl j out self in Long straight passage through which even i. Cont Mouly Grope your the floor is sometimes of boards. Mim times of Earth on each Side doors open into the adjoining buildings separated from each other onh by wooden usually the door of one Side leads in to the common living room of the House which occupies the u Hole of tha building in which it is situated. A quaint and picturesque cute dior meets your Eye. It is a Long. Low room. Lighted at either end by a Square win Dow. Above the beams Are Sihle. Aud have been made the place of de posit for a inde i Bable variety of household article along one Side stands the Low stationary bed which serves also As a lounging place some Square wooden Chest Are ringed along the opposite Side at the end. Particularly in Winter everal women Are carding and spinning Wool. This common room indicates the Thrift or poverty of the Farmer. Some times it is scrupulously be it Aud or Derly Aud its furniture is Good Ami substantial if not costly. Frequently. However everything about the Placo is of the most primitive Kuil. Aud com fort convenience Aud Are unknown. The bed looks As it it were never made up Aud Jin. Chil Dren Aud dog Are distributed la equal though inordinate proportion. If you enter the door on the Side of the Hall Way you h us a Mailer room usually furnished with Chain and a table a and sometimes with a bed. This in the larger houses is the spare. Room of the House and after the Vari Ous saddles and sunday Gaime uts placed Here for Safe keeping have been removed it is assigned to the Chance guest. If instead of turning to thu right or to the left you continue your Way along the passage to the you arrive at the Kitchen which usually is in a separate building. Its floor is of Earth. In a lire place flickers an Uncertain fire of peat and Over it hangs an Iron pot from a Crane. Everything is dark and smoke be Grimes for much of the smoke does not escape through the open Chimney and the Only Light is from the fire. Perhaps an old woman with her Black garments and her Tasse led Huff bends Over the Kettle and stirs its contents. The unsteady Light gives it All a weird appearance and you wonder if the Crone is not mutter ing an incantation. It is such an Interior As Gerard Douw would have loved to paint. Small As is the Kitchen tire it is often the Only one in the House for fuel in some parts of the Island is exceedingly scarce and must be used with the strictest Economy for cooking purposes alone. It is customary to close the houses when the cold Winter weather comes on for then the atmosphere be comes at least warmer than the outside air if not quite so Well adapted for breathing purposes. The houses of the clergy often Are better than those described in that they have More rooms or better accommodations some times however they Are worse or the guest chamber already has been allot de and in that Case you retire to the. Neighbouring Church. Wiitam h. Car Penter in Atlantic. Lessons of Roper hence. Dry goods merchant gooral noon. John anything i can do for you. To Day old Friend yes George there s .1 silk Sample my wife wants me to match. She wants a Quarter of a Yard. Humph you live a Good Many blocks from Here Don t and it the match Don t suit her you la have to Pav extra car fare every time you come Back won t and that in t the worst of it. Til Hare a Quarter of a Yard remnant every time. And remnants Are hard to get and of. Til Tell you How we can sum Money Well go Snooks on a fur i in Wagon and cart up the u so do the Matching j in spa Peri i t

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