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Huilui int looms in Lii i a torn of the Hillh i Iii Iliili Ion. . Iii a i ii vhf can Slop m Holli lol . I m unix. . in i i Nuton. I pm in Upah loin . It. A Lilily . 1 m. lion the presidency. Republicans against reasons Given by a Ftp Iwuh can journal Why he should not be nominated. Tie Sijing Flechl the fall elections Cru con Gress soon Dir Ceily the country will to plunged into the of a new presidential Nii ii. The first Triin in of i Milci s upon the of the Republican Par which vill be made in whether we would or it is impossible to postpone the Ngi Lulion of the question it Synill be Tho elections is Lyle this Bluit inc next pies Ilent will Ben . The nominee of die National rept Bli can convention. Those who never give More than Unity Eltiy paper in i heir political like general hold that it is Tion. As the Boston advertiser significantly says is the of for the make the1 organization of such a As is thus by removing the pfc texts for of the president s for whose Leader ship would remove All pretexts for such division there Are general of edit Illy Good Republic who have More or less spa rated in personal sympathies from the ate or. Sum tier an 11 or. Adams of Massachusetts. Horace general of senator thumb will ant judge of Illinois grata of governor curl of Peiin Sylvania. Asil did not seem Safe for the re publicans to nominate any other than Grant in Suil is hardly Safe to Reno Minnic him now. In can elect next year almost any o a of tie men to have equally certain that this can Jie no More easily than it can reded with a better Promise of to Neil cent results to to the country. A Virginia rival of tie cd semite. A correspondent of the new York gives an inters Stiitz account of the now River gorse in through which a re Ilung in now in course of construction. The trial is not Only steeper More difficult Tusit of the semite but highly instead of two Miles Long. The scenery is enc Cpd Iii la wild. The River North flows Ward Westward until it Falls into the about two Miles above the. Great fils. Its Walrer is two worm to its current is fierce its is full of so that navigation is Impo Sib e. And even lumber i jails cannot be hosted on it safely i its Banks Are in Many parts precipitous from 800 to 1.200 foot High it for at least fifty Miles above the also Intel no in Tom lands or hat when Trio engineers were Inak k Lek i of in i m i t Neil Ohio. M. K1hk w Ami i if Lith in hot i i 1-1 a i i in h i Liluis Ullin t Happy rely f for Yonng men from Tho i i i Xoi nil in Lih. Muni n Ion in. Nimm Misirli Wilhm i i i in. I Lippi Lili ills . La Tihomil so w tin n i o. I Olmi Linn it. In w Neil n Linn i Lili Lili Illi x. Sorius la Lull i la. Ill Lex a tilt l Iii m la i Levi Topi s. No a int i i la Lull l ii i la. Mat t in in in n Siml i m i Enli Jim i i Ila cold mid Amer Lynn until i a i i l Nii l i m i Mil i in. I in in i i n in october Madaline hats James r. Of her than general Grant. But inc very Cacor Icsis of the people to Dis cuss the matter Pioves that this is not Willi tie ing of our cough Essien Ulm other politicians at Washington in Decem their will begin a. Serious can for against the re no in in i i Ion of general in the contingency of his for a combination of All the elements of opposition to him there will be abundant Lor Dis cussing the details of the questions involved in these Elf iils As Thuy to on Lipan the for the present these Boscn Klimis it timely. First. The democratic paily has no Hope of re Shinji Muter its old i Unnis with candidates out of ils own ranks. Second. If the in publican party maintains its own it will Cany Tho county As easily find completely next year As the old Deni sciatic paily did alter the War of 1812. Third the renomination of Gen. Grant is the Only Llin if can endanger this Unity a number of the very bes t .Lji a of inc Republican party Are opposed to him some of them will certainly resist Liis if nominated the i Omus of this opposition it is not necks said now to desc inc. Many of their Are inherent to the personal character of tie president the personal policy of his some of Llie others inv lie if by the action of Chi Ess the executive during Llie next Siv months. Folli the Republican in View of ils with ils moral intellectual Lead As Well us in View of the aroused Sale of Public feeling on the subject of reforms in the administration of till branches of the ought to have a Dif Rcpt Leader from general one More in sympathy with its Moril intellectual its re Iii Ming anal More Earnest by Tempe ancient Foi the elevations improvements in the Ollices of on of its which the people earnestly the Success of Republican institutions so Newerls. Fifth. It would certainly have one. In All the men in the parly who think it of Imit to have one would via Wink log Thor to secure one. Sixth the present Prospect l hut they will not do their their jealous is. And the to the wife of Washington by James p4.kton. There Are Fine it is at who disdain the Home Botorf Tolfe ditties of House keep Ali inning it beneath t Lem to attend to the happiness dignity of their families if any Suomi there Are. I should like to invite them to look into the work Rocta of mrs. At mount the apartment in which the first lady of in Virginia s palmy used to spend her mornings at stir by Busy servants. Every or Clit House in Virgnia had such a room in old ladies jul timed themselves upon excelling the household arts intr surveys for Chest Punke the Lino of the do. Ii ext 1 i la Lull so l. Us Xiv k1i.k. If x i Ami in . mom. N x. H. 1 .1. In i. s in of Moi . Spi Liol Csiti dealer in mks co do c he her hats bonnets. 1 nit my la Itti Nili in to prom tvo mks. T Iii f i Mun tyls holes i nil Iii i l i ii i i Iii to Orr Loti no in in m. Noli Mil Amo Neinl in in i Kiil 1 Hihi ice. Mail i in i in Mommi. S. I h. I minium . Man 1 1 it ism it lot i. Ofe vim ii strip i t. Ill. Ohio. I Oti h in i nil i s. It. A card to the ladies. O a Golden i period ital Al Dill Lili in i in in 1 1 1 i Milieu it Lix Obi Iii lion of i i Mont is i Ini Tinni vi1 1 Sii my lev id a Cpl Llull la m t i i Iii. I hi1 m out la Rev i n i Niti in i i on i ulily Ami Ili in. Xiv la Lull m. Llull n i in tool . Works. 1. C. 1 . J. L. Fauk Kli t. In Tuckelt a pure Beewi Hui foil Ohio. Oni Mioux now 111 nil in ii ii Iii to Lui Lili with Ilir in i i in tin i ii i i Kim in ii i in i i s ii nil m Cli i tit a Hiim Iii in nil kin..l i he in i. U Hill 11 r in Lineal ii is pious in in tin Soihl. Only i s Lor Luisiii or Simiti no Lii s i sin it Fiille to Iii it. M Siml Noii icily w. Linx in Iii. .Ukn us Niini in Liilo Rilli Hiing cd Perl my in Piui in tin Hollix. A Jinny o s Delili ii pills re 1 1 u veil in. In inn Liiv. Without Iii the Cirin inc i. Now put up in i Tulip Insixi Luil li1 Len of Neil upon ii a Box Mill la Iii my h. Lit t poli Lac sen Del in f in u Luli without that an. Gnu tit i Liry had to Lake i hair measure ments Levels by to licit visions tools in the backs of men from Point to Point. Since the building of the was Bertin several Nion have been drowned in the a it Civ All Tho Lukats on the lower units have been destroy Fil by Llie who at used because they found their use too dangerous to life a Seifly is As the Llo Osne will by one of the features of this railway through this Canyon _ darwinian . A new zealand correspondent of the san Francisco a in is responsible for the following strange or Darwin s Man is descended from a seem to he to the following p it Eulars in the Early history of one of tie present members of parliament for new zealand ate related All so Ber Earno Tiebs Iii soul Hern papers or. B s Early life was spent in Jie wilds of South Africa when n Mere infant he was Laid at the door of his Woodland Home. His worthy near the shot the j voting offspring of a Large to tit which the feelings of the Ulffat Ignatc Mamma were of course Maneli won de l she driven away by the approaching in Pas ing tent Kin us of of acc holders Anil j the ii he noticed stole i ail i monopolists Vlot naturally future new zealand gather Oro Witul the Mercess Fol Paity j the loss was not discover Neil for Ibe possessory an hour then Ali Stein. This particular room at is described in old tellers of Llie copied five ii to Tho world some years n to by the late Bishop of Vir Ginia. It was a Good sized apart arranged furnished with a to facilitating work. Atone end there was a table for cutting out clothes upon. At. That every garment worn by the slaves had to be Cut out either by the ladies of the mansion or under their c i he i eater part of it neral Washington s slaves worked on Penn tit ions several Miles Distant from i is were provided for by their several but there were a great number of household servant sat mount ver besides Fisherman for whom the lady of the House had to think Conti Ive at that Broad table s it u Nice looking negro Sony Elliat adv need in years. With a pair of shears m her Al most All Day every the countless a ceded by a family of perhaps a Hundred persons everything worn by Letl genial or except their bust of Lidu which Weic imported Rioin Milo in thai under the Eye of Tho lady of the House the commoner Wero Home made on one Side of from sat a Lfting negro woman spinning on her Molliei a woman doing some of the finer Iron hoi o a woman there a Little Colo cd girl learning to sew in the i lbt of All this in enstry sit mrs. Ready to solve As they prompt to set right Riny opera Tion that might be going wrong she was always Klintti Tiff. From morning till dinner was two killing was scarcely out of her hands in this work room she usually received the ladies of her t when they c filled Tullie but Stie never Laid aside her knit Ting the. Click of her Needles was always Licul in the pauses of con Ion. Hir i i ends were surprised to see after her eight gears i Esi Dence tit Llie seat of instantly resume her former Way of life. They found h As of in her with her Soi vants about knitting directions. One who her after the general s retirement lion the Given an in stance of her prudent generosity. Points out to me several Paris of Nice coloured stockings gloves she had just presents me with u pair Fin f which she i will finish in Ever for her Tims she in one Are Likely to weaken their convict All efforts to find the robber proved i to c in make a present Lions Divide their efforts. Three months after give a practical lesson in in seventh. Nothing but the con a this period a Hunting Patty Dusley. Slip a signal rapid growl h of the rising across a family of in the example of that at a time enjoy the ease derived from skillful service. I must confess that when i have Hen re ladies Conui joining of the awkward Ness of girls until recently. Have never seen a household implement More complicated than a poker or an Iron the thought has occurred to me that if they would take some trouble to teach such girls their they would observe a gradual i prove. Mont. There is a tradition in Virginia that mis. With All her Good was a Little tart in her favored the Gen with nocturnal too much in the style of mrs. Caudle. The Story rests up on the slightest it is Safe to disregard it. Great Are not usually noted for amiability of Dis ladies whose Hus bands Are very famous Are very Apt to Over run with company. If any lady in Virginia could claim exemption from the cares labors of a of account of her wealth social was mrs. Washington. She had been an heiress a Beauty. For generations her ancestors had been persons of wealth High consideration. Her first husband posses sed u great her second was the most illustrious personage of his time. But she deemed it a privilege to attend to the details of regarded Hie Days when she was obliged Shine in tie drawing room As agricultural. Rabbits mice in Young Orchards. It is very disheartening to Dis during or at the close of scores of Thrifty Young Apple Pear Trees girdled by ver min. Precautions might be taken which would prevent did the Ali Iii is not conducive to domes suppose there was any real tic nor docs a end curb u after years of exemption from h irm mice or rabbits or not appealing do untold damage unseen. There have been Many suggestions made plans devised to the License of a woman s Lon Jue to remember at her she brought her disband a vast in both in his estate of Ilia importance in the social sys far George Tern. Mow in his from anticipating the splendid career Chat awaited he was by no Means so favo cd in Fortune family As his biographers would have us be Lieve. Evary i remembers the Fine which even or. Irving of the Youthful Wasi Hii Glon getting a Inid Sli pin ins yielding it again to his Mother s tears. There the British Man of War at Anchor in the liver. The boat uns of the the lad s trunk was i his uniform was on. Al the last uie tender overcome by ins Mother s protect Trees. Blood sprinkled on or upon the stems near the ground will keep off rabbi this is easy to obtain about Christmas if their is a plenty of it it May be used for i o More valuable manure could be applied. It is that what is so disagreeable to rabbits would onh collect the for which it would by Choice viands. The attacks of rabbits Are made above the surface of while mice usually operate beneath ail close to the ground they often oat the bark of the which Are partially covered by grass soil is not very damaging to the Trees. Voc co be of ins Uio her an Horticulturist has declined to go. Iho Fondl the bust pro Terlion he could apply was roofing paper or which is used As a surface of r the so called gravel roofs. Tarred fourteen years of whose Only she Eli for the id Limentani a was a limn houge9f thou h was his left a was anxious for the future of lie r b the is 111 the i nil nil Cpl Golf Neon Munny bus. Pik a per six hopi 8 jul .y on Ilni Pulst Tunstul Hamlet throughout Tho Login Baker Atcitt i Nln a m h i it of k. Onto. Tiff hug licit Tarki t Price Panui for Anoel will . C c Oke Neil c of Penny. M Len i a ranch capital t l Jato i it by. 1. P. V. Preset. F Richmond. L. M. To tent. C supt. H. L. O. At i promptly filled. Snail in i Kulify anti. In 81.00 through tin1 in. C Nii ivc attic pills is it must. In tiny part of the in a of h. D. Howe. Proprietor. New York. Som Alho he jul Khiva Liu incs v Anil John d. I la r Lucli Inual. . Cash t pay Cash for kinds 1 of 1 rats Siml Ilc levered at Ohio. Iiov.o-3m. Avoid victim of curly Lii Ilni ii icon. Pri Iii Piiru Hull air tried in vain every n simple Iii wins of Helf cure. Which he will Upmal to his Lillow is i orm. A Iutress j. M. 78 Nils Sun n. Y. Special attention paid to the manufacturing of overcoats for men nil to please for Berry a Adams Tinnie Independent of the people in especially parly mat the still bolder expression of their Stern demands for a higher Ami hotter Clais of men in the pull lie Sei not Only list in sympathy the to forms that our whole government system is suffering be Likely to Shrenk the Combina Tion of special personal inter aided by the Possession of National that arc gathering about renomination reelection of general Grant. Eighth. Believing that the party the country Ong Jit to have a Lieut or head limn the present presi the republicans will labor with those who Are striving to secure one. They May we they Are Likely but the Effort is u High duly of Intelli w. M. J patriotism Independent there can be Only a degree of failure in All labor so in spied. General Grant will be a if he for the Call to the country to go up higher. But there Are Many any one of it seems will be More useful to the county As president for the next four years than he can possibly be. Certainly there Are men As Oan Clidale for the Grot will save the party from the division reorganization that his Lenin inn tier. Not Only but in sures. There Are n dozen at whose nomination would destroy the movement that with him is certain to a made to organize a great hopeful Opp Oei in the arms of tie careful Alt Lough untutored was the Long lost who chattered Jibb ered in the most approved Monkey nrip.1 gently f idly Pliml to the exigencies of the situation. Could their be any More convincing Evi Dence than this of the null Unity be tween our race those denizens of the Woods in i Only capital Only had a Young hairy if i Man John Mustard. As he putted a ten cent would do 1 Only had sold an As he walked away from a dram would go into Busi Young Man with the you arc smoking Nway your capital. You from the dram shop Are drink ing yours destroying your body at the same time. Dimes make dollars. Time is Money. Don t wait for u Fortune to begin with. Our men of Power influence did not begin with fortunes. Can make your if you will. But you must Stop Simn de ing your Money spending time in idleness. A Good instance of prac is that of a Man in who was acquitted of murder on the plea of insanity. He had secured his lawyers by giving them a mortgage on his but now repudiates the mortgage on Tho ground Flint he was insane when be made it according to the showing of these lawyers. When ladies of wealth importance could scam Ely help practice ing it. She used to speak of the time spent in levees other ceremonial duties As lost Days the chief labor of a mistress of a House then was in training ser vants. Mrs. Like the other virginian had an Eye upon the families of her most of them lad very Large when she noticed a ittle girl Llinat seemed Bright it to she would have her come to uie where she would be taught to after other Home arts. In this Vay the House was kept supplied Vith Good Eains Trussas nurses. Promis us girls were regularly brought As we May apprenticed to the household Trade which they were to spend their lives in exercising. This training of servants was Brverly supposed to be part of duty of All mistresses of great whether the servants were White or Bond or free. La Dies did not then regard a with All its complicated business As a huge being wound up alter break would run Twenty four hours without further attention. Having themselves actually performed All the operations of having acquired skill in their they knew that a Good servant is not born but they were were willing to take a world of trouble in forming a ser in order that by by they of land on the of no great value or Promise. Be Aih ised to Send the lad to before in one of the to Bacco ships Lejat so Otten ascend the Frond Rivers of Virginia. She was for a while disposed to Favot the her Jos Eph a London in Large Ramon slated against her Saer Ilic ing her son in that advised her to tiling him up a planter to Yon Are have since of put Mir your son George to sen. I think had better be put apprentice to a i Tiki. Lor a common Sailor before the has by no Means the common Libi ily of the for they will press him from a ship where he has shillings a make him take trenly Cut use him like a dog. And As to any considerable piece tent in the it is not to be expect As there Are always so Many gaping for it Here who have inter he has lie proceeds to Tell her a Virginia with three or four in died acres of ind three or four has a great Deal belter Chance of winning a comfortable Independent Poai lion than even the Captain of to merchant it far from being easy to get to be Captain. To must not be in too arc u haste to be nor aim at a Fine gentleman before his but on gently with tie Mother accepted this View of inc the buy was not Cut slashed on Board snip. Lie As we All the Tisi Russ of a Prati oed that vocation until the death of his brother gave him a competent state. He was colonel commanding the Virginia seven years of shining with the Lustre of the Fame recently won on Biad Duck s first the Rich Young widow Custis cast upon him admiring eyes. He was booted in hot haste from had quakers to Llie capital of the where he was to Confer with the governor concern ing the defense of the frontiers. Within a of Civ Miles of his Destina he was pressed by a Friend to stay to dinner. With extreme reluctance be to mount the moment the was Over. At the table lie met Tho widow was captivated. The horse were pawing at Tho but the Young colonel came not Forth. The afternoon flew yet became not evening Drew the horses were taken Back to the col Onel Washington had made up his mind to Stop All night. It was not till the next morning that to Rode away. Within a year they were married at the which was her they took up their abode at mount Vernon soon after her first husband had left a Vas estate in forty live Miou Sand pounds in o which was now became the joint property of colonel Wash would answer an equal la Good Pur pose. The stems of the Are surrounded by pieces of this Tat red paper passed around so As to fit listened with carpet tacks. The Best Way is to Gash the loner Edge of the paper a few digging out Llie soil close o the put the paper Down be of the cover it a. will effectually prevent mice to the is very a icily done. It Nill prevent harm the now does fail too deep. Asi Ciu Pesature for fattening dials. Skillful fasteners arc far less Cornmon than Good Grain growers. Lecent experiments have proved hat animals cannot take on flesh a idly unless the temperature is Early Between fifty sixty degrees. The All of pointing done neatly Aizic Leckt moxie rate prices. Call see at each Gailit Rejnal to i in ton herself. By their mar became one of tie richest men in Virginia. She gained an excellent her three children a Wise careful father. Keep your Road sides Cleak. The Roadside Law of new Yolk of bidding All Callie or farm Ani Mals to inn or Graze at hire lie Ira Side was somewhat opposed it first by a few ignorant already feared that it would Cut them Short of some toothsome pasturage Lor heir Cowa horses. A few have passed since there can now be found hardly a solitary bet appears to be Jnaini Monsey in its As anxious As the rest to sustain it with rigid Observance. We notice i correspondent of the Rural new yorker expresses himself very enthusiastically Over its a Blessing is this cattle the roadsides Are now Meadow or or potato or Flower Beds. I have swinging the this fore noon in the Public Highway. There no elder Bushes or Canada thistles seeding along the Road Fence Corners. Why because the persistent defoliation by the us of lie Farmer s a Ryle has destroyed a heavy crop of Clover is now Cut in place. And it is refreshing to ride along these country in Hale the Siveret fragrance of the new mown Hay. It has wrought a revolution in the Way of my diag roads. It used to be the custom to Call out All the men teams in Road after Corn planting or tear up the roadsides with a scrape the dirt into the Center of Tho Street. I am glad to notice since tie cattle Law took this prac Tice is being abandoned. How do they keep the roads in i la Tell you. In almost every Good District hereabouts there is an excellent gravel bed. If one is the bad places in the Street Are filled with gravel. If there is no such Stone hammers have gone into the hard boulders of the Field Are broken up hauled on to the then covered with a Little Tarth. Blowing scraping Are obsolete. The Roadside grass is too Beautiful valuable. The roads Are Anc really Cost less to keep in repair. The Road bed is not disturbed from year to grows harder firmer. There Are fewer less bet less . Less Wear of teams wagons. Blessings on the Road Law of state of new York annually wasted. The United states agricultural report of if we take the amount of Grain Indian Corn raised in the United As l in the of we shall by allowing forty bushels of Grain to the ton of Straw or Corn that there Ocie about tons now at least one third of this is wasted for every purpose except vast quantities Are not even used that. Sup pose we estimate this at one half the value put upon it by or. Five dollars per we Bare the enormous sum of for . Proper econ in .1 single year. We believe this estimate much below the real loss. These Ore Worth of a careful examination by the Farmers of the whole country. Let them study their own Many of them will see where they have thrown away enough in ten to double their i Casey s scare by the indians. One of our old says the Colorado whose surname is tells the following delectable Story of his Indian was out mowing on the about thirty Miles from when Indi itis were announced by they came sweeping Down on me by brigades. I made for the House to get my new sunday relic of civilized tie folks gave me the Hay As a consignment to the first place of safety. I had t tune to take off my rubber had been mow ing in swamp so i lit baby just As i was. After running a few rods i came to the Sand Laid the baby Down in the first water course. I piled up some Buffalo chips beside thus left it supplied with Wood i i knew it was because the Indi ans had t lost any baby. After i commenced to run very soon got secured. I Tell you i made a powerful i Good ran. And did t Stop till i struck the planter s in Denver. I was t just scared. I knew they never watered horses when they were but still i thought i ought to do so i went around to a place to get Addink. My ears began to bum like i allowed they had got but when i came up to the what do you think i saw in the big looking Glass Back of the crockery shop on the i know you would t believe but in is a certain that i saw that the Keels of them rubber boots had the Sofii Oil fortunes misfortunes. Rather singular instance of the extremes of Fortune comes from the Pacific slope one of the Early pioneers of san Francisco was William a Printer by Trade. By his Industry he accumulated quite a sum of which he sent to Bis wife in to be by her invested in real estate. In 1854 property in the latter place took a sudden Ellis came wealthy so he returned to where he resided until re when he took it into head to revisit san taking with him his who was a sufi err from pulmonary ailments. Soon after his arrival the Chicago fire whereby he was a heavy loser. While preparing a Tuin Home his wife died. To Complete his Luck he was a pass Enger on a train which was thrown from the whereby he was severely he now lies in the Hospital Sacramento. Sour Boot has discovered in mis on the old Dent or. Win. Elrod. Who actually mar ried a Cousin of the Bias not got an Tell it to sailors won t be Lieve it. It is a Well attested fact that during the prevalence of the Chol Era its ravages were most extensive in those localities where hard water Only could be least fatal where soft was used for drinking culinary purposes. Rain water was universally recommended for use during the prevalence of the the disease scarcely Felt in families that con themselves to Cistern water gathered from the Rains. Henry the oldest minister of the m. E. Officiated on the first of october at the laying of the Corner Stone of the third m. E. Church in Lancas a. Sixty eight years before he preached the first methodist Sermon Ever delivered in that atty. And organized the first con sisting of six members. One per son was present at the Corner Stone laying who heard the first Sermon in 1803. In Luzerne in in the Valley of the formed by Green Yeager Moun Between which flows a Small from which the Valley takes its lives a jes. One who lives a life of ascetic us in a hut or As did the ascetics a thousand years ago. The Hermit is known As of the vat lives upon roots Punj such meats As the unerring aim historical Rifle brings to Bis Larder

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