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30 May 1878

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30 May 1878

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Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1878, Cincinnati, OhioCincinnati weekly times thursday May 30, 1878. Miscellaneous. The Bab Stewlow phonograph. The late Kina a Damn t invention pu<4 m a mar Langton family. Frau the Burlington Fra Keyn it happened that mrs. Bars tin glow Vas coing Down to Keokuk for a air. Marat Itig a it a few Days and inflow was inconsolable. At one time he protested that she should not go lie Conla not endure the lonesome House during her absence. And then again he declared that if she must go he would neglect his office and let his business go to the Horowi and he would go with her. At length however she persuaded him to to reasonable and on her repeated Assurance that she would not remain any longer than three Days he consented to let her go. He a ten bought her ticket and ordered the Carriage and paid for it two Days ahead lest Hie Resolution should give Way and he should forbid her going from him. And from that to me till the morning of her departure or. Bar Tinglow spoke in subdued tones and moved about with the air of a Naan whole heart was buried under a noun gains of grief. Before she left the House mrs. Bar Tinglow set the phonograph in the sitting room behind the cloak. Then she kissed her Dis Consolate husband and begged him to pre serve his precious life for her Sake while Elv at i tied a he waa away and then she waa gone. Every Day during her three my a a a letter u Gate City she received j visit in ter to m her mourning husband begging her to come Back Aad telling her Bow lonesome he was without her Ana How like a grave the empty Kotay seemed and How the hours dragged a ver his aching heart with Leaden feet. Ami in three Days she came Home and filled the solemn House with sunlight and laughter again. The evening after her return to Burlington Abo took Down the phonograph. Quot i wonder a she said a what he avoid last in in hearing. It must have been something while we were discussing my visit. Or a Hyfae it it a caught some of Yoor u longing moaning while i was away and then she turned the Crank. A lord no a crooked the phonograph in s of Hearty re Assurance a no danger of a he a Safe in Keokuk for three Days her safety Oil myself this morning it your Cigar while i Light another lamp a Mike the room look Why a exclaimed mrs. Bar Tinglow in _ countenance of Taume Gaoat a what on North is it saving a a ooh some nonsense some of your visitors have talked into it some time or oth replied her Boi Hond nervously a people talk All kind of stuff into a phonograph you know. They any anything for mrs. Bar Tinglow looking Only half cot Akmed gave the Crank another torn. Whisky Bartay a very earnestly ton do you f title shriek. A my dear a mid her husband looking not quite As worried As he had looked when How thu is Devilish ejaculated the machine a is of Don t got it a Bari mrs. Bar Tinglow gave a the Charlotte Gorday is a fashionable Cap now. Silville Kansas is rising to tame through the successful cocoons of a French capitalist. The 205th anniversary of Marquette a discovery of the Mississippi Riv for will be celebrated on june 17, by the Missouri historical society. T ,. The russian Painter who accompanied general Skob Elad a Turing the late War is now in Pari occupied in painting some of the most terrible incidents of the Campaign in which he took part. A huge Conger eel which died Latel Southport aquarium England Wei ninety six pounds of which 7 pounds consisted of ova and it was found that the number of egg must have been not less Thau 14,551,000. A family party indeed Jim younger of the famous younger Brothers confined in the Minnesota Penitentiary is considered in a dying could Tiou. At the time of his capture he was shot in the Mouth and the upper left jaw is gone. He can eat but Little and that with great pain Aud Only his Iron will has kept him up thus Long. Two tramps slept one night last Winter in a Lime Kun near Baltimore and were stupefied by the fumes. One died and the other was burned so badly that he lost an Arm. The Kiln was however so comfortable a lodging place that the survivor tried it again on a recent night and was found dead in the morning. Some years ago an English commercial Mau taking a Holiday in Ireland obtained from the late lord Leitrim who preserved game very strictly an order to shoot in the following words a the bearer is permitted to shoot by holding his thumb Over the word a a rabbits he had capital snort at any game which with the help of a log came in his Way. 7 in consequence of the serious illness of the female sea lion the directors of the Brighton , telegraphed for or. Frank ruc Jaud her majesty a inspector of Salmon fisheries to come Down to tee what could be done for the sick animal. He Good Nat redly went examined and prescribed for the poor creature and after giving instructions returned to London. Since then through the care and attention bestowed on the a glad of Lyons a she is fast recovering from her indisposition. A a social science Congress. Held in Cincinnati last week. The body began its session on saturday evening May 18, and held three meetings every Day the following week until Friday afternoon. A great Many papers were read quot ,-and discussions held. We can give space to but a few of the topics Aud in which our readers Are probably tire most in Terestea a. A pow Talce a Tings Hanks. Robert p. Porter of the Chicago inter Ocean read the next paper of which the following is an abstract ,. The important question now before the american people is How Best to encourage habits of prudent Economy and Thrift is. Special la among the vast in asides of the Creole who either spend their entire income or Loard it in the secret the buried pot the old stocking or the bed lick. To do this successfully Axt absolutely Sanf Daee must be Frimd for the Deposit of Money Aud at the same time the depositor must reap a fair Aud reasonable interest for the use of it. The serious Check the Progress of education in Thrift Bud had in England through the saving Banks Frails led those interested to look round for the establishment of a system of savings Banks in which those who invest their hard gained savings a provision against a Rainy Day May find absolute Security against loss of persistent attempt to extend Iho elective franchise to women. Meantime there a re Many indications alarming to the Patriot. For year the municipal government of our greatest City was in Tho hands of thieves and even now the rapid and constant increase of its debt seems to show that new York is not governed by those who have the interest of the City at heart. For year some of our Southern states have in consequence of negro suffrage been compelled to endure governments so ignorant so extravagant and so corrupt As to be a disgrace to Republican institutions. From this condition they have a been delivered Bya ets of violence which deprived a Large number of voters of their Legal rights. Pc it a the professor proceeded to argue that the right of suffrage should be based upon tile qualification to be Able to read and that ill Tell Igent persons were the Only ones who were Able to exercise the right with safety to the country. The subject is one that Calls for the most a thorough investigation. If Republican institutions must be founded on the intelligence of the people what proportion of the voters May be grossly Ign Ontra without serious dangers ? is not our form Trines of the paper and. Declaring his con of government threatened by the increasing ignorance of those whose votes control it so As possible a remedy ought to be found in a wider Extension of the benefits of our common schools. To me it seems Clem that some educational restriction on the right of suffrage is necessary for the safety of out institutions. Toward bringing about a change for the better. Or. Bradford inquired to what respect would the lady be better off in England than Here mrs. Longley Ai a Householder i would be entitled to vote on All municipal questions relating to the economic expenditure of the taxes i would have to pay. Mrs. A. J. Kickoff of Cleveland asked Tho Iuri vile a of a few words. She had no a Esit Atlon in teaching her son to love and reverence this government which the fathers had made for us and she was not in the habit of getting up in Public assemblages and arguing for women suffrage because Ahe knew that it would come along in the due course of time. Perhaps we Are not really for it yet. Still she was not ashamed to say that she wished to have a voice in making the Laws that governed her and her children. There were Laws on the books today that interfered with her songs welfare and against which she hoped to live Long enough to help remove by ner vote. The us a Irma no u d be Taft,".dosed the a be Bate by expressing his dissent from the Doc Trines of the paper and der Taring his con i Tiou that while he did not belial a the to editor a Chat with into children. We receive Many fatten from our Young frien is that Are Well Witt tee Aud Good enough is the wort of children but which contain nothing Worth publishing. We do not wish to discourage the writing of sur h letters it a Good mental exercise for the boys and girls and we Hope they will continue it but they must not All expert t that their tetters will be published. We have Rooni Only for the trait of tear those containing at least some Sugge suon of s t ought or an incident. Letters he vol get a received rom Bora b. Johnson Cordelia May Garver and adds v. Cantor. 7 the attempt to limit the right to vote Inis country tit quot present would to opposed by split Icilus until its popularity demonstrated but the sub this All Mere would be men suffered much from not fran quot Clinise still he thought that no harm would come rom a franchising them and in All probability much go Good would result. He Felt satisfied that their enfranchisement was not Distant. / a tritium problem the solution. The solution of the tramp question is at t a once simple and difficult simple inasmuch As the right principle of action is Plain and a Ith Eulf i begging her not to go to Keokuk a put it a mar Aon body has had it out in the Ataklt a us it sight my something perfectly shocking you know. Put it but mrs. Barsty glow upon whom the spirit of inv eat Guidon Hod descended with a rest poster ground away and the phone a in a voice marvellously like her hut went remorselessly on. Much they done to make this kind _ its some old Monongahela Copper distilled that mrs. Banting lows Mother gave her for medicinal purposes Throe Verj ago. Fill up there a plenty of it Aad i Oan re place u with any kind of beverage when its tha old girl wont know the differ one of the English magistrates was recently refused an offer of �900 for his collection of foreign postage Stamps and an extensive collection of 17,000 varieties including Many unique specimens changed hands in London for �800. It is believed that ibis is the highest Price which such a collection has Ever fetched in England. In France however the mania has reached a higher pitch for it is reported that one of the most Complete collections Ever brought together was sold privately for no Iros than $15,000. Ambitions athletes May like to know the opinion of Stickney the circus rider. As to the feat of turning a triple somersault a it is impossible to turn a triple somersault and Light fairly and squarely on the feet. It has never been accomplished and every Man who has attempted it has been killed in the attempt. I know there Are some who claim to have done it Bat it has Neter been done in Public. I would not be afraid to under take it under proper conditions. I should want a netting and some Good reliable Meo to eaten me in ease of failure think the feat a Hie Goa Jira indians who inhabit the coast North of Aspinwall Are a fierce and fighting race numbering about 80,000. In their Domestic life the most singular feature is the fact that the father has no control Over tha children. The Mother brother or the next nearest relation on the Mother s i rid but i Don t Bauk secured by National responsibility with the whole Empire for its capital with a Branch in every town in the quot kingdom open at almost All Houts an Ltd More than All giving a fair amount of interest with a beginning of 300 office 15 years ago it has now increased to 5,500, and the Little band of 435 who deposited the first Money has increased to an immense army of 1,704,374 whose aggregate Deposit amounted in round figures to $135,000,000. So economical Are these Banks ran that the profits accruing upon savings Bank business from the establishment of the system to the end of 1877, a up wars of $5,500,000, of which us nearly $750,000 accrued in the year 187t>. The paper then takes under consideration the nine different Bills now before Congress looking toward the establishment of a postal Bank system in the United states. Each one of these propositions is considered in detail and the conclusion or. Porter arrives at is that All the various measures somewhat similar in intent but diverse in detail except that of the poet office committee. Waddells Bill Are crude and impracticable schemes May Uno a a a a a a a a a. 1bd t a tending guard against such Buch to the English Ostalia it a tags Bank. A in event Mace Olla present institutions haul Coon end. He Nan anal i act tan 61 i 11 to quot v ,.aperpetual by making them the great purposes of the highest civilisation he Suhie to 18 t�3 Taguli ii Riv v we r tone which Calls for the Earnest consideration j of All political observers who desire to look Phi �?~i�?T1 us so so Devons the present to the ultimate future of a quot do Stence on the part of a re n Rev Jess vagrancy or even to repress m any great degree is not an quot affair of weeks or months a it of year unless the circumstances of the Community should be As they were Dur Fig the civil Khz t _ of our people popular institutions fail to afford the great essentials the danger is that they will give tray to a King or. Barati Uglow Felt herself turning to atone but the next turn of the Crank brought out an uproarious a Cha a a Haro s to the o. that canned her Cheek into a flame. A afro mercy a Sake Malachi bar Tinglow a a fee shrieked quot what Dors tide mean or. Bar Tinglow new looked a though he Slid really wish die had never gone to Keokuk. Quot it just a i Tell you a he a Aid with a Effort to look unconcerned that was like a humorous look a Solo Earl Success to a it utter failure waa concerned a somebody has been talking All Aorta of nonsense into silent Lor talks Sake. How else could it get amid of such dreadful stuff in our dear lit t pm Mem a he quot in two r mrs. Barn aglow did no to any Bat she in med away Aad the phonograph asked a throw a round for tha dealt am thought do would faint but she did no to and the pitiless machine proceeded be inn str with a variety of voices in my Ace. Quot you a have to Caddle that Blind if you Niggl my give Aro two while there i be doubts a to the Light identity of the father. In inheriting rank or property Aad in the distribution of valuables the testimony of the Mother As to the rights of the children outweighs that of the father. V san Francisco has had a High Rise and a Low fall in the matter of Public amusements. 1 a the times of plenty the people had Money enough to gratify their desire tor theatricals. I several of the sudden millionaires built ties i Tiro a beatif�1 a Caa be found anywhere in the United state. The California the grand Aad baldwins were the finest temples. The stuck companies were the Best that Liberal salaries could pro Core and for years few a a stamp went there without filling their per so. All this is changed. The California and Baldwin s Are eloped after losing enormously during a season of failure after failure and the grand opera House a left alone in a hard struggle for use. _ a russian Metropolis. The Tuitea Ethie. Ines Aguior opera House Aad baldwins w of these very costly dramatic actors employed in the a to the too your Little one and raise you a a Emsa. A push Tho Battle this Way quot ainu tron going to May in Harry to. A can t stay in on a pair of Sixes a a cant a Lay a ecu quot two Small pair King to Bead. Quot tone and deuces. Take the quot Artsy pm la \. Ting to eat old girl keys did no to Sec a her i was going to keep expenses Aad keep left aeon. A lord Yee told kit Bach at Home to a out of bed company. Quot a a Hamo hot has a ooh a yelled or. Ber Tinglow a Abl to event in himself aay longer while his wife More dead than alive leaned Over the phonograph and ground away at the creak a a based kind of Way a ooh keep it up. That a right keep her going grind it All out i of gone the Diaby Lica piece of Black Art Radthe vile be Mateiu that invented a keep it up that a right be eve a Sensel Roa diabolical piece of mechanism rather thaa my Haa haad keep her going keep it and mrs. Bar Tinglow did keep it up. She kept it up and listened to that phonograph smear Aad Sheet Aad How she Beard it shriek a ooh my Eye my Eye a am heard it Tell some one to let some one Alee a have it Ageia in the a ame place a she heard it warn somebody to a hold his Hess Lerer As stove Hearth and not let Hie nose Meed of the carpet a and at last m it sear cd her very thickly Aad with some difficulty. That it was a a Bank of Jolly Good fun fun fellow a and that it quot won hic won g till morning a she ground it into silence whue or a Ansohn an a gasp Neelee of Ham letter the boats and Marti or Moscow a the strangest mixture of Beauty and squalor that can be seen. Here is a Church painted Bright Green 11 Over with a picture of some saints above the door. Next it a a Little dark shop where icons and Lampe Are sold. A Little further on is a narrow sombre Paa aage running through to the next Street with shops opening into it where All Aorta of Small wares Are exhibited. The proprietor stands at tha door and recommends his goods to the passer by. At the end of the Street is the Kremlin that wonderful remnant of Barbaric splendor. If you stand and look at it As i did under a Dull March alar die Sharp Little Snowflake pelting you fiercely in the face with melting Snow under loot and a general nastiness and Siop pineal All about you you will be moved to a so it of woxd1x. That these High White Walla these queer coloured domes Aad roofs Aad All this strange architecture could Ever be admired by any bet a Savage race. But go to the same Point of View on a Clear Day after a snowstorm when the ground is White Aad clean when the Sun scintilla tes on the delicate tracery of the crosses which surmount the domes themselves take deeper and purer shades of Blue Aad Green Ana Gold Aad Gray then Yon will appreciate better the real Beauty which underlies All this apparent barbarity. Entering the holy Gate Krable to look at every Patiag the car mus rom the Walls of the re Markab from magnificent View of which is nothing one. Not Exun cover Ais head. Kremlin there is a the City. Raised to the very expensive nes of which lean Una swear be argument against them. Or. Waddells big a covers �11 the ground of the other Hills and gives in addition All the machinery of a genuine savings Bank. It provide for everything. Tiff other Bills Provite for nothing but leave the details of the management to be provided by the Heads of bureaus. Experts who have made careful computations estimate that under the Rirchard Bill As a Law the Coet of management can not be Lees than 2 per cent upon the Gross amount of the Deposit received and under the Phillips bul at least As much. By the terms of or. Wadder s Bill tha Money received from the people whether invested in Bonds inscribed debt or pass Book account a to be used exclusively by the treasurer of the United 8tates in redeeming Bond which now Bear a High rate of interest. And estimate is Given based upon a possible business with a current balance of $20,000,000 due depositor on the boo a of 500 pos offices after the first or second year and showing the probable Cost of management under the Waddell should it become a us. A a that during the first and second years. Especially if toe balance on interest should not reach $20,000,000 tha expenses might Range at a higher percentage than named in the estimate. Hie expense of management of the Money order business is about % of one per cent upon the aggregate amount of the orders sold to Remitter. It it estimated in the above table that the Cost of management of t 1m postal savings business will be less. We have already shown that in England toe Coet is less than h per cent., or 47-100 per cent opon the total current an balance due depositors. In Canada it is Ltd a a a a a a a a it a a i age. Should the Waddell Bill become a Law should be the aim of every Patriot. Donen Talosi. V it / an interesting debate followed the Reading of the paper. A or. Bradford of Boston said he shrank from the belief that a gaining ground. There was nothing in the history of other countries to show that we Shouchi limit the elective Frau Hise to a few people. If you let men talk they will fight if not then they will not. Therein Liea the Security of our Republican institution. If you want to keep out of War you must give the people the right of suffrage. He regarded England greatest safety and hesitancy in going to War with Russia was the fact of the act of 1867, extending the elective franchise. Profe Eeor Nayland of Yale College said the greatest corruption of the government came More from the violation of the naturalisation Laws than All the other causes co hired. The practice in seme of the states is to Send out naturalization papers in Blank by the thousand and have them signed. It is so in nearly every Large City in the Union. The naturalization Laws Are violated with impunity. If these Laws were enforced one of the Gromest Ca Osaa of Frand would be done away with. It seemed to him that a certain class of criminals ought to be deprived of the right of Sofi rage especially those convicted of a felony. Then again a Man who contributes nothing whatever to the support of the government a a Burden on the tax payers sad ought not to have anything to say about what should he done with the Peoples Money. The professor was also opposed to giving paupers the right to vote although he finally confessed that it was impracticable to limit the elective franchise to a few persons. Calls wars Mads for hen. . Groesbeck who finally responded. He said a i believe in Universal suffrage. We have began with that Experiment. We have made Progress with that Experiment. I think a have As Good a government and a Good a people a any on the face of the Earth. The intelligence of Tho government a called upon not to limit the right of suffrage Bat to extend the right through oar system of common schools. There is a theory that we can make the people intelligent. 1 think there is intelligence in the country and there is enough intelligence in the government to qualify men for the exercise of suffrage. The diff Luuy in this lies at Washington in violating the Constitution. You will have no communes no. Mob Rule among the people if you stick to tha Constitution. We have done will and i feel like holding on instead of giving no. I want no class Teg is lation in this country. I know what the gentleman has said about the mismanage War in most states very favourable for the repression of thin evil. Probably there w Ere Peyee so few tramps in Mott of the North is from 1861 to. 1865, considering the number of our inhabitants. The army itself which then numbered from a Quartz r of s million to a million of men absorbed ten of pious ads of the vagrant class. The places left vacant in the Kuks of India try by the soldiers in the Field or in the hospitals were also filled to some extent by the class which is now tramping i or Small by t about the a Outry. However great a a in is also ing proportions of three main classes that number May be or is also Compo Fedj in Vang promo Tiff is follow first the honest industrious poor who Are either seeking work or travelling on foot to some place where they expect to find friends or Kindred. Second the shiftless often intemperate or under witted poor wander Bont with no sufficient excuse but Alao with no vie ions Parps be. Third the vicious and criminal poor who take up tramp Fig As s profession uras an available resource with no intention of working in any honest Pursuit if they can avoid it Between these three distinct and Well refined classes there hovers a Cloud of persons who belong at one time to one and at another time to another class persons who be with being honest Aud industrious Bat a fallen into temptation or Loet Hope and Energy other Persona who have been drank Gau hav in and shiftless but who Are struggling to those Colo Lesa Ward something better Ible. Now one thing Aud now another nondescript and mini. And variable persons who Are every and Sank Back speak while or. Inflow took toe phonograph out into toe Back Yard and smashed. It into to Many and Nach email fragment that it could t pro since a Van a Steamboat whistle. When people go Over to the Bara Tinglow of to spend a pleasant evening id happen to say a a a what have Yon done with Bigl above itt the squalor and dirt do not aware one be it. The squalor an let in the face Aad the Hundred of minaret and spirea and Crossas All brightly coloured and the Green roofs of the houses with the Low Range of the Sparrow Hills on tha one Side across which the French army marched and from where Napoleon got his first View of Moscow for a very Beautiful graph or. Big a Tinglow it we mrs entertainment for the the Phonon Flora the Jim blk i re to of the evening to study the different expression which creep Over the faces of or. And mrs. Bar Tinglow White or. Bar Tinglow As he answers the question think he would a Ive ten thousand dollars if he Dooald find nut How the members of tha frag Raphers Tell Lias so easily and make them marvellously like toe Imp am wafers tandem arrived at. Psaw toe viral Luis Ltd a Ibro Oscle about a0 of clock this morning a Tran ii want into a c Street Arloea Aud Devon i a u Tea in a very zealous manner to the lunch table. By the time he has i Mastic ted about a Pound of corned beef the bar keep or stopped up and remarked quot this table a for quot then Why done to you bring on your drinks a in be been Hare ten Muentes and Haven t seen a drop of anything. If its a drinking table we Era a the flu a a a quot i mean its the patrons of the bar a a a a then Why Ain t they Here i Apoate Yog Asean that a Man must spend Money at the bar before he eau a a that takes me in. I took a drink Here last summer and did no to eat a Mont Fuu and if i aint entitled to a Leach on that drink then this system must be a failure All a but the place a changed hands since then a said the barkeeper picking up a bang starter. A nah indeed a replied the urbane Bummer. A that fact As your get Ture would imply raises a new and embarrassing come plication in oar Diplomat relations. I will therefore recode a it were from my original position and await the assembling of toe peace of he had been gradually backing toward is the door As he spoke and he dodged out jest in time to evade the projectile hurled at him by the indignant Aalo Opatic. A let aos in . Aunt Bella a now look Here Tommy. Suppose there were three apples on the table could i take away one and leave Toree a Tommy a ooh. To auntie. Certainly not a sent Bella a and Why Tommy Tommy a because it be Gulite quot a punch. Remlin is the Church where the emperors Are crowned. From the first Romanoff Down to the present Alexander ii. The Coro nation ceremony has taken place in this same Church on this same platform in the a Centre of the building. The Cathedral is j More thaa Rich. It is literally glittering t with Gold and Silver and jewels. There is Mot Onk to cab lick. A in floor or ceiling or we us which a Norna a cited. The screen at the Back of toe altar is of solid Geld. The Joanee have necklaces and tiaras of diamonds Emerald and Pearl. The chandelier Are of Silver. The will Are covered with Imus thugs sue mosaic work ies. Spleid every Corner. No of Sib Pirn marbles. Splendor gleams from Ortleb can Dezoma the riches of this Church. It a wild that All the wealth of All the russians could not by the contents of this one Littie building. But for quaintness barbarity and Beauty combined the Church of st. Basil is in equated it stands oat aide of the Kremlin Wells near the holy Gate. It to a Low build ing with eleven queer mushroom shaped domes each pointed a different color. Under every Douie a a Chapel dedicated to some Saint dark narrow passages Lead from one Chapel to the other. Here is Dis played the same Richness of ornamentation As a the cathedrals Gold. Silver and jewels everywhere. There is a legend attached to the Church which was repeated to me no less than five times by As Many different people. It was built by an italian architect m toe reign of John tha terrible. When it was completed the car called the architect before him. And inquired if it was possible for him to build anything wore Bountiful. The italian replied that it was whereupon the Czar ordered his Eye to be put out. This Story like Many others which Are told of John the terrible Atoka proof. Hauled a Man to fill Witla Mai. From Tbs Virginia City chronicle. Yesterday afternoon a Green looking couple the House a Green identify newly married culled at gallery of Beal a water wanted their pictures taken. A Yankee humorist was giving an aces but of his experience As a hotel keeper. A cd d Wou Clear anything by it a asked a i cleared a six rail Fence getting the sheriff quot was the answer. Away fro a scientific agriculturists speak of the a fruit belts of the 8o� to. It a where Green Apple j Luik a toe Auto , 5 picture just As or. Beals had got his plate ready. The Man called him aside and Saint be wanted to ask a favor. A i was told in Carson you took the Best pictures in the state. Now you see Sal and i got bitched Down toe re is monday now her folks Dou Good Deal Oti style and they live in the states. They never saw me. Audif i Send my Mug Hack East be dead agin me sure. In a a darned sight better than Hook and when people come to know me they vote me a Brick. Now what 1 want is to get some Good looking Man to sit with sul for a picture. Will you stand in she a Willin. Them big whiskers of yours 11 catch Mem sure Ana create Harmony. You look like a solid a capitalist and they take me for a Petit larceny or. Beals enjoyed the idea immensely and sat with a a Sale for the picture which will doubtless carry Joy into the household of the Eastern relatives in a week or so. .17. Tha time la not Distant when there will be e standing balance of one Hundred thousand dollars Naif toa sum of toe National debt to the postal savings Banks. Why should this not be the ease when the private saving Banks alone despite their Well known insecurity show a balance of nearly $900,000,000 due their depositor. If this Matanee appears under the present Inse Enre system whet must it become when All depositors in private Bantu who seek Security in preference to the Uncertain chances of larger gains shall have added their hoardings to theron tents of the old stockings the hollow legs the Cabin crevices and toe buried crocks of the South and West a. But there the another thought to encourage us in this matter of Post office savings Banks. It is a thought that looks above the Mare financial Success of Thea Cheme and it opens a larger meaning and higher purpose to our Public Endeavor to inaugurate this system in America. This thought nerves our Arm with boldness and strengthens our voice with deeper Nocente for the struggle that is. Sure to come before a savings depository secured by the National responsibility with the United state of America for in capital Oan be established. This thought is embodied in Ike simple words quot the True secret of assisting Ike poor is to make them agent in bettering their own 7/7 the average amount standing to. The credit of each depositor in the English Post office savings Banks was at the close of last year about$76, the lowest average to each depositor in the United states savings Banks waa a the state of Pennsylvania and amounted to upward of amp while the highest in the state of California waa $732. Let a convenient and secure savings Bank be established and savings will flow in. The old savings Bank in England have Over $10.000,0�0 More savings on Deposit they had when he postal Banks started and the influence which has been exercised by the poet office Bank on the saving habits of the people in Eagland is strikingly proved by the fact that the total capital of savings Banks which in 1860, under tha old system a about -ff$05,000,080, amounted in eight years to �155,000,000, showing a total increase of actual savings of $55,000,000. 7 the Gin shop is near at hand it door is open by Day and flaring by night dissipation a her Neta drawn across every Street in every town and Hamlet. Yet How Many thousand cities and towns have no having Banks no doors open to Eefou oui and Thrift. And yet it is the savings Bank which a taught the workmen How he can become a capitalist in moderating i consumption below his production and in amassing the excess called savings in a fruitful place in Complete Security he learn How capital is formed and How it can be at first prudently employed. It has been truly said that if is a school which seems to be created for the apprenticeship of Industrial business managing. It teaches Man the habit to govern himself to resist bad or ageless impulses and so Aid to build up a sound discretion which is the first quot condition of Success in undertakings. 7let the United Taus no longer delay the adoption of this Greet Boon to the people let the postal having Bank become an element of education the Hank books become the text books of Thrift and the object lesson of Economy. Should the plan be carried out it will Yoou be doing a glorious work whenever a Bank is opened and a Deposit received self Reliance will to some extent be aroused and with Many a n Ohler life will be began. They will gradually discern How ruthless an of Ieuv a i Providence to working men and How truly his friends Are Economy and forethought. Uniter their guidance household Purchase could be made on meet favored terms and the Home enriched with comforts until it is enjoyed and prize by 11. From Uch firesides go Forth those inheriting the rights spirit Loving Industry Loving Thrift and a Loving Home. Emulous of a Good example they in their Day and generation would nobly Endeavor to Lay by a portion of their income and if the plan were adopted ill the United states remembering that it Wohl at once give us nearly 5.000 savings Banks i Trust that it is not taking to sanguine a View to a anticipate that it would Render Aid in ultimately winning Over the vast the int Mirial classes of the United states the Loval citizens and not the capitalists to those habitat of forethought and tet ii Nial which bring enduring Reward to the individual and materially add to the safety of the state. We close with a fervent Hope that the stupendous a amp Chuery of the Post office department of this great country May Soo irbe use a to gather Upton fragments Webb Ace now being squandered throughout in vast territory that nothing May be lost. The Kle Clive fraud flew at 3 of clock judge Taft in the chair professor a. A. Kent of Michigan University read a paper on this by bisect. He took the a the right of suffrage was not to right inherent in the citizen but Only dependent ii Vic fact that the exercise of the privilege by any class would amp Duee to the Public Good. La Ducr this principle he Rule but at one Rietl swoop half the citizens of the Republic on aces but of sex and thought it advisable to Rule out All who we re ignorant and possibly to some extent All destitute of property. A Luu dress of thousands of men trained in the degradation and ignorance of slavery have we tautly been made voters. There is a whether Yon limit toe suffrage or not think we should take oar chances with Universal suffrage al has been my observation that it Doea not require a Good adn cation to becomes Freeman. I would assure everything upon the integrity of the poor honest voter. Take the Farmers a great Many of them Are not educated. I �7honestly. 1 do mean that they Rote for the hag and that they will go and fight for it if necessary they have no schemes nothing to Subserve. They never had a lobby in Washington to this Day. Make the legislation at Washington what it should be. Tha legislation a to the interest of favouritism and should a changed. Judge Taft or. Groesbeck you have left Oil the ladies altogether. Or. Groesbeck i done to propose to mix up the ladies in this business. Of. In Longley said that while listening to and approving toe remarks made by various speakers in behalf of those whom the anther of the paper would disfranchised he had wondered it any one would Eay a word in behalf of those who had never been enfranchised and whom toe paper proposed to keep in that condition. Here waa a Law in Ohio which provided that after ail the testimony against a person charged with wrong had been heard the culprit himself might be heard in his own defense but a right Hile the chairman had called upon this that and the other gentleman to express i views he had failed to fall upon the parties at the bar in this court of inquiry a statement ii their own vindication. To make As a Bumble Champion of the Une franchised sex. Who were so largely represented in this audience he begged the privilege of saying a few words in their behalf. The paper the which they had listened referred to the question of woman suffrage four or five times in terms of disapproval but in neither Case was a single reason offered Why it was not de Eirbie. Objections were offered to the exercise of the franchise by the ignorant vicious and criminal because of their income Pateney to exercise the right judiciously and for the Publio e a and our mothers wives Aad Sisters Are t in their undesirable company. But what were the qualifications for the ballot demanded by the essayist education the Possession of property and exemption from crime. What class of Community possessed these qualifications More generally than our women As Many of them coaids read and write As there were Mew who could do so in any Community they were not so frequently seen in oar or Rimini courts As prisoners As were their Brothers and they possessed a considerable amount of toe property of the country. In Hamilton county oar tax lists showed that the women of the county paid taxes on $22,000,000 Worth of property. Hence they were interested in Good government and the economical expenditure of the Publio turds. It would be a difficult matter to disfranchised any cites and might not the team object that of securing a preponderance of voters of a better Clase be secured by extending the ballot to those who would use it for the maintenance of morality Aud Good government ? or. Eckles of Brooklyn remarked that it would he time enough to consider this question when a majority of the women asked for the ballot. -7 this brought mrs. M. V. Longley to her feet after the chair said he had not intended to slight the ladies in Hia invitations to discuss the paper. She said that she did not intend to discuss the subject Bat wished to show that women were not indifferent to their deprivation of the ballot. Gentlemen should not deceive themselves in this matter the women of this country were wore generally than men Susheel becoming seriously concerned in regard to their position and their a Luriee in the government. They sew Many evils in society and in the execution of Laws hit might be remedied but which it was evidently impossible to rectify until they could exercise the same Powers As male voters. Fort years ago her father had cd the to this country to secure Tho. Benefits of a better government for himself and his children. He had succeeded so As his sons were concerned but to so in regard to his daughters they would have fared better under the English government monarchy though it was for the rights of women were More fully recon a quot nixed there then Hare. She urged the consideration that mothers Ware the Early instructors of the children of the land Aud largely their teachers in school. Without intelligent mothers intelligent in the affairs of government As Well As the Nome How could the boys of a nation be Early inspired w Ith patriotism end a sincere desire to become Sood citizens. a Mother feeling the. Fern Daviou imposed upon her by the Goiri Emu est teach her sons to respect and love that government that in the category of in ours ignorance and crime could she encourage them to shed their blood a defense of a Goyer Anent that denied her the Dearest rights of. Human nature the right of Equality with her fellow creature the right of representation in the making of the Laws and the right of a voice in the disposition of her property by taxation certainly not at least to the extent that she could. If the government were Inore just to won Feu. As a Mother she had frequent occasion to disparage the government in the hearing of her sons Aivil apologize for it in recant o toa injustice it imposed upon women in this Way aii Len such occasions As this she Felt it to be her duly to do what she could thing by turn and nothing Long. A we have said that the solution of the tramp problem is simple. The first step is classification then comes separation and finally removal from the track of their wanderings. These Are All simple Proe Saeea requiring nothing Bat time authority and patience for their performance Bat they Are All diff Tenity and because difficult society practically neglect them All nay even the first step toward classification the arrest of All Vag Ronta Good and bad is found so difficult in practice that it is Seldom or never intelligently carried on. In cities thousands of a Terenta Are arrested and confined during toe night Byj they Are discharged the next morning without any examination that can st All indicate to which of tha three classes above mentioned each individual belongs. Until the examination is made no real Check is Given to vagrancy by the most stringent Laws. And yet in this preliminary examination the most perplexing question in dealing with genuine vagrancy occur. It is this whose evidence Hau decide the vagrant True to Tatum t let us consider for a moment what would happen under each a system of arrest and examination. The number of different persons who Are found tramping in some part of Massachusetts in the course of a year May be estimated at 50,000, of whom not More than 2,000 Are to be found in any one Day in All the 345 cities and towns of the state. General notice of the coming arrest of All these 2,000 would reduce their number one half say to 1,000. Let us suppose that these Are ail arrested and detained for examination on a Given Day. Of the thousands thus detained five Hundred perhaps would be set fro at once As men with a presumption of honest necessity in their favor of tha other five Hundred at Este three Hundred would be sent Toan alms hoax for support one Hundred to a work House and the other Hundred would be removed from the a Tate to the. Places from which they appeared to come. A who d have thought it. J mole be Fuey with a paper and to Pencil in her hand and a disconsolate lac wandered through the Root making Lauuna Ana Laura and Felt is Dick Aba it she should write Boum for her assay. A it Fias got to be ready to Morrow morning a she Aid a and 1 Hare written about Apt ing a and. A time and a Flowers Aud everything. I done to know what i shall a Frior child Laura Suid laughing. A you Hare used up All the subjects there Are in the world and All the ideas in your head and Here you Are. Only ten j ears old. What a pity it Mamma laughed too a to a Mollie thought they were Sot very helpful Uncle Dick looked up mom Bis new spa Ier. A will Tell Yon what to do lit Ellie. Go oat to the Side and sit Lor fifteen minute tend put Down on your paper Ever it single thing that you see or to Bank about and write an Eejay that shall be a a a out them a Why Facie Dick quot exclaimed Mollie with wide open Eyck quot there Isno to a single thing to Sec on the Side pis/4. I re sat there tor hours and hours and Haven to seen thing a by a never Litand try it. Ill give you just fifteen minutes. At the to get of that time 1 ii Call your quot be honest now and see to you Ali share nothing written on your Peper. When you Edyne tkv lung half pro rum and half amused j. Molde took Nen Elf to the Side Giassa. A Etnere s Noil to Here a Ahe muttered a nothing to the world nut the old Gato Poe that newts a then she stopped and began to Lauf fla Little. Now she would Nave to write about Thega tempest she had certainly seen it and thought at it out it to she put it Down on her paper i hen she loosed about her a what al Beautiful Bird a a she exclaimed a a red breast sad yellow wings and a Browa Ruttle his then alte laughed again yellow Ajril calf nral 4 or Rcd to it Ond circe Wichita Kan May 15.�?m�ny of your readers May be sufficiently interested to this Regis a if Houth Western Kansas now Kio a in a factory a the a a Happy Valley a thread a Lew Hasty 11 Nero report. Our past Winter has left unusually mild. Spring opened much earlier than. Of Kraj our wheat crop a of flattering porn Uniat Harvest will commence next week and we shall perhaps glean one third Utor wheat this season than Ever before and of the la eat Grade we have Ever produced. Corn is looking finely and being worked for the second and Thor of time. All other cereals and vegetables with fruits of All kinds Promise the Moat abundant crops. The he us of this Region to excellent. This City is of seven years growth 5,000 inhabitants churches of every denomination graded Public schools with 600 enrolled attendance the to Hgt for thirty Miles around thickly settled a aiming Region set Ond to none in the United states. The United Tatrn land a flue for this District is Here located Holder so Bouee Tettz and Preemption lands Here available this re Glen is uniformly first Clam farming lends which a an not be said of the diversity of Tome of the lands of Kansas. Migration is immense Hinds being taken at the land office by thousands of agree Dally and farms la All stage it a of cultivation Selling Horn three to ton dollars per at re Cash or on Liberal Terras in partial in Manta. If this Inlet nation shall be of interest to some of your numerous Reader we Are Hare to answer for Ihler veracity. Most respectfully yours w. C. Woo mas prepaid ant first Arkansas Valley Bank Wichita Gas. Parti Green and he potato Beetle. From letters received we find that there Art localities of which the potato Beetle has been a Stragar until now. We und also that there a Many who now prop Etc to a a Paris groan who Hava opposed its Nae before and no ally that there a re Many who Are not familiar with the Best methods of mixing and using it. Tha topic is timely and we Wilt Harfore a Paat in Brief what 1 we have said at length Many times before. Home a who feel veil will broke no s Larga Camp in a a a a Tbs a Manet Mug that a Bee tall Vii in my credit to an my Boeka Galwaa attends Tow his Owa of or Tomb and won t allow any baddy a a to i attend Tow a and what a Dux a Dut Wafi Yew never see him altering Enoy thing it they rate Enny mistake it i Niter dark and aint seen. If bees made half As Many Blunder As the Man do even with their a Aveton every Boddy would Lafe at Ham. Id. I Ding mph this Kaaa i will come to a Stop by concluding that if hem a a Tittl Mur pensive mid not to darned my oratory with their Java time they might a gut fit of Lea ledum but More Chuttey. Hat you aah to alter Bug nature without Apt Lei no it tor any the we else Anny Moc Baa Yau can an elephant Jota by pm. Hill or url Llu. Toe of Many Ein Aumeata hated at the agr Ruttur al College farm of Kanaka in i87b, Satt Forth the a Azupar Matve methods As Bot own the old mat Bod of planting Corn in Hills and that of planting in dulls four plats were Laid of across a portion of a Field quite uniform As to the character of Ila soil. Each contained four rows of a ant the rows being bran and a half Foet apart. In tha Firat plat the Corn was planted in drills in the second in Hills after the usual Way again the third was planted in drubs and the fourth to Hills. When to Corn waa six a foreign serve who land like Estila a prefer to mix the Rem with water others with Naur or plantar. Either to Quito effectual. In the on Case a watering pot it it will bold a pail of r contending i our markets. Much m wait Wara obliged Manet Ftp v to my you hat w to give Yak constant employment a can and around wrote Dawn a a Rod breasted Ysl Fow a lured Bird trimmed with Brown swelling of the what a Mea of Flowers and vines and leases that Harbor waa to Batura. One. Two three five kind of Flowers Sheroid la dismay a a Cao Nevar write about Thau but a wrote that mimes a wok bwe e a Butterfly. A queer one his wings Are made of Broa Dios Reat Colora a Down went hit mama a Row funny to think that be was oboe a Hor rid Caterpillar a Hebe Saidian then a thar now i be got to write about Caterpillar that a pretty bit of lie beat on that tree Gray and Groen and Yel Low Tib. Of a mar we i my a May will be about everything 1 must atop seeing. What queer thing eyes Are tease no Many things All at once. Now 1 shall have to write about Eye. Ill look right straight of into Tho air role a t see any Flag. Why what a funny Elo Adl i never saw such a queer shaped on. It a Black Aud Geld color and at fringed around tha a Dice with j not into she stopped and with a sober lace wrote a Cloud a on her paper. A i Ceu t. Look anywhere without seeing things Abe said gravely. A i a up Pola it would t to a right to a hat my Aye i wonder if it Isnit almost fifteen miaows4 Why. Water in the other a Sieve of some kind to needed. Any thi vessel with Hole punched in tha Bottom will serve. A finer Sieve with a covering of Muslin or paper tied Hou. It answers Wall enough. To Twenty parts of a hemp tour or plaster a id one part of Green and mix thoroughly. Hitt this non the leaves before Sunrise while they Ara filmed with Dew. It to labor and material test to wait until the Dew has then in part or wholly evaporated time there to nothing to hold Tho dry powder and the first Bree be blows it away. We find even Aow that there lean impression that the Contact of Paris Reen with the Beetle or its larva to ner awry to it lit Contact however does no harm. In eat f ing the Leaf a minute Quantity of the poisonous powder to Sotan and the Bug to thus Tbs Groen i the Prce eni Boekle trill Effort comparatively Little injury to the vines but each of the females will Lay a crisps a thousand eggs. These May now Leo found in clusters upon the under part of the leave. They will Hatch out in a few Days Aad thou their wot k of begins a in jog Eek to of farm life much he been mid and great Deal written of late As re aeons Why so Many dislike oar orc Upu Thore s a drop of rain of toy a bad Rqn in it. J i thought that queer Cloud bad Rqn in it. There now must put a Ron a Down i m glad it can to Soow. Of dear Are now i shall Bank to put that Down. I never saw each queer this a a Hiloni for a i minute Ami than not knowing whether to laugh or cry she put Down a though tax on her paper. A Btl Anfe ii a a tiled Ungelo Dick. A a in a Giad of it he mid hurrying in. A Uncle j Dick in be seen Ami thought about everything in i Thel world most. 1 Eon never writ about them All no Taema a have to quot mid Uncle Dick a and make Root Geom of it too. That we a part of the bargain. Now set to work Aad am what Yoo wifi make or i what shall i sail us he asked gravely. Lata As a icons Why so Many dislike oar occupation and he who undertake to remedy Tho cause has quite a hopeless task. Many of these Canses i think Are Mere phantoms Cream longings for Louie thing beyond that of any Ono else. Ite that a it Many created by intense our reach or any Ono Setio. Be that As it May the opinion has goes abroad that ours a a lonely laborious and Uoo to amp Ous employment. I Bare always enjoyed the i glorious sunlight end i knew of no other calling the Shade a Well a the raid und Dick with a a a in Erce Aud a twinkle in his Pansy. A Bey s atop Estlea a fug. Henry Viii died one Day with grate Auoe Ais. A left in Rea children who did not Oava to go with him. Their names were Mary Eun both and Edward. Tho last waa Tea de of Tho family. A waa a boy. His Aister Ware not. Their father Alao left a #111 Ilia will Waist Roager than All Ais children. By will Earl Hartford waa to Hou tha state while Edward was Young. How Only Tea year Young. Hertford loved the Laseen much he Boeremo a tuna tor and was called to Dynko of hum Lua sat. To wanted the King to take the Queen of foot land but the trick was lost Boot Werthe Hootch refused to a Waist. The Duke was called the protector that gives Freer Accel to both than our. When the glad Spring time comes Aad the Earth takas Slou by on her Robea of Green i enjoy the changing Arene White at my task in the Field without having my thoughts diverted by Pamson by. Or the a Teri Obert noted by eerily Structure or Low roofed habitat too of men. A around Meare the Natty Woods or cultivated Fields of adjacent farm Aad i cannot rest at any Point but something i Tore to watch or med Tala upon does not Pimmit itself. While pm Ting my team Sod seated upon my plow beam i listen to the South winds murmur among Tho budding with the returning Birds Aad the hum at insects my attention maybe to diverted from these Thilaga to my Little dog that starts suddenly chi. A be Naa a Hundred branches of the adjacent Wooda. I ogled w Ruut of the Partridge hit wild notes of the ing Bird Sod the hum al insects my att times before on three lege Aad i fell to to daring ver in Lake up my mind it Shadow Dita Over t t Hawk soaring away sky Tod Sod i watch quot Hia Graceful curving until Why he Aoa Ano As i sever anew him to be time end m i can do no better i make up my mind it to a imply it oddity then a Shadow Din Over tha and looking up i Sao a Hawk soaring Awa to u lost to sight in the Cerulean hues above me. Then As i Mam my Lamyr what plea lag thoughts at 10 of clock or. Lord of Michigan in the chair Presentad in to extemporaneous manner Many fact in regard to �?otrumps.1�?T so called. His opinion waa that not All of those who wander np4nd Down the country were vicious or Lazy. No doubt Soma of them would work if they could find it to do but it was certainly a fact that Roost of them sought to a a obtain food and clothing without having to work for them. In Detroit the records stowed that about four Hundred men a rear rear get themselves committed to the House of Legista protect society from such encumbrances. Murray Shipley of this City wave it a the result of his experience that Tew of those Able bodied men who per ambulate the Street and roads begging for bread Are willing to work or at least work to any purpose. He believed that society or the 8tata, should provide some Means for subjecting this Etas of people to self sustaining Industry. R professor Way land detailed Hia experience with tramps which waa not of us pinot charming character. He expressed very Little sympathy for them and urged severe legislation against them. Ransford Smith of this City took a More charitable View of the tramp. Penal Laws against vagrancy were wrong in principle. Legislation in regard to the poor aau All out of labor should be eleemosynary. They Are among the unfortunate a much As the idiotic the insane or Blind. They Are a much incapable perhaps As these latter classes of doing differently from what they do. They Are generally deserving of kind consideration. Or. Kimball of . Held that the evil under consideration had been brought upon the people by their own leniency. Tramping was nothing More nor less than begging English and i was the Well known european system known by the old8tyle name of Street begging. He be i Evec in calling things by their right names and not in Pallia Ting an evil that Only becomes worse and worse As it grows upon what it feeds. He insisted that it was the duty of society to protect ital up and help these mendicant substantially by providing places where they could be made to earn to Weir living by hard work a other honest people do. They should be treated As culprits and punished with scanty fare and Nard work so that they would not seek such hospitality As a Relief from individual Effort. Quot "7 general Sam. Cary followed in a racy speech in sympathy with the unfortunate Otah classes. He classified them As l go us. Poor Dev latter class the oth poor 2. The Devil poor 3. Us into which Era were re Polly being drive. The number of ramps were increasing rapidly and would increase More rapidly unless some change in the policy of the government was made. He portrayed in startling colors the great want of labor that was impoverishing the working population. The cause of All this said the general i that the govern meet has reduced the circulating medium to twelve dollars per head less than one fourth that in circulation in every other civilized country. In the course of Bis remarks he depicted the sad condition a of the honest Workingman with i family suffering for food while he could obtain no employment. What waa done by society for their Relief ? Why soup houses were established and a Ladelfal of this thin Comfort a doled out. For Hia part if he were in the poor Many a place sooner thaa accept such Relief if he should meet such men As or. Kimball on Hia Way he would demand of him a share of i surplus or word to this effect. At Thiam. Kiiu Ball arose Ami slatted for the di�o7 denouncing the general As having descended beneath the dignity of honorable debate and he would no logger listen to personal Vituli ration. General Cary was startled for a moment but soon recovered speech and trick a to that he did a get Meau to be personal but that such was the tendency effect of the feelings of men out of work when offered poor Relief instead a of Manly Justice and equitable remark was both cheered ind hissed. The chair expressed i condemnation of the unwarranted License Given to High Tongue by the speaker a Ransford Smith suggested on behalf of general Cary that hts unfortunate words were a a slip of rhetorical Fervour a Aud utus the closed 7 Becay he protected his own Fiu Nily and put everybody else away in tha Tower. The Bonier Man o1 Kofl Aad and Heeti Aad Ware those who boarded on the Frontier Tod bored each other almost to death to they had a fight about Edward marrying their l Queen. The English attacked them by water which they cooed no to stand. History say that the a Hseuh Loes waa 10,000. And tha English. A. Mis tory Lisa probably. Tho govt Romant told tha peo a what to baft to. U they did a thay Ware d they must pay tuxes to support their a belief. If they did no to do to they were roasted. Things were red hot. Homebody told stories about to protector Aad so he was taken to the Tower and had his head chopped off. It waa not much of s band but a bated to part with la thao there waa j a rising of the common people but they did not knew what for. Most of them got raised on to tree with ropes around their necks. Home very let Man were burned thus making Light of their complaints. Now i goes it to time for the Little King to die. He waa Oaly my Teco when he gave up Tbs Crown and therb Ltd a. England is not yet done to 1 Caa not Fioti the history yet. Finis. Mitru j a a it a in maj a a w Agenw Yum i Wewa Roeg a me hold tree Ravel to my of How the Grain will Kwa the Rich Mold thou the Bright there to turnip the Sunshine Aad Rains no Notee to the letters Fren the teabag folks me. Bits Cvar As i have not seen any letters from Tais pianos 1 thought 1 would writ of. I am a boy 11 Yean old. I Uve on a form about four Miles Frodo t Tittle place railed a Skjod. My papa hts bean taking the Limas for about four Montas i like it real writ. Will Soma one Piros Send Mike words Feth roof entitled a a Kletto writ James h. Ai xxx a Ostand role county Ilia. Folks sine Many 1 will toy the prize was Ron Vienna Ohio her list my. End Row a thinking that the Young working for the prize i offered soom time would like to know who to it Aad How flee a hum words they by Lizzie numbered 730 words All of which May a found in the unabridged dictionary thanks to those Send ing Roe their at Custos once ind. La depend my. Editor a a i never have written anything for the y oaths col earn. Sod never saw any letter to it from this part of Ali inti i make myself bold to write a few lines. Or uni take the turn and i Tike it very Well. My age is Between fourteen and Twenty. I live near the Wabash Rivar on a . It Haz been raining for some Timo and Tho Tarasen have not planted much com yet. I will be ple Eiert to have some Ono Send me the words of the song. A gathering up the Obrite from Tho Bhore a end i will Send any i have a a. 8. Clatton Baas Silvile in. My. Kit toff a we Tiara a Hope that. Wesaro we Road the paper every week and ilk it mock. Epee Riazy the youths have never written to the thai will skip the waste two Young girls our sees Are 16. A and ilk it vary he a department. We Uve in a very pleasant place indeed it contains Fiva stores two Chorchos two school Kousela and a targe town Ball were a a hold eur balls festivals. Ezmul Asuro and a Lamch a Haymont Orient loot Island n. Y. A mob Tiara a in one or two Back numbers of the Timbs i Law that a few of the Young folks have bean advancing the idea that they would prefer you printing in the piece of the stories you do Pant a a historical event a a or something of the kind. But or. Editor 1 Tahtak that you Are certainly a better judge and know what will Aalt the majority of the people and what kind of stories they would rather read bettor thaa any of the Young folks do. We have an abundance of historic and other Good books that afford us All thai kind of Reading we want and consequently think that when the editor selects a st Ory whether to he a narration founded upon fiction or a tragedy based a Pon Tarta that we should be satisfied Aad pleased to have s Story of this kind to Reed during our staure hours. It has been the custom of almost a Papen to print these kinds offer sections sine a Etas whale swallowed Jonah a and moreover they Are preferred by the r ter part of the Reading people. R thanks to my m., Aad others for Anop they sent . Hab by de Obb Grey Evoile Monroe co., o. Street or Row on the stairs Breaks in of a dreamy reverie. Nor do any foul Odora intrude themselves on my Senese. But instead thereof Tho doll Ioas Fra Kunco perhaps of Somo blossoming Vino or treo in o Adjoe oat Edge what confiding com non on of my toil Are Tho horses 1 am using. How Many loads hav they faithfully tugged at before end How it Orestad am i in watching their ability to do the tato now before them. I feel very kindly toward them As we plod along homeward together and i give them their allowance of food after i hav put Thorn in the Well Hedded stalls with a generous hand. My heart to gladdened by the evening Welcome and morning mute of of cry animal and fowl that occupies its allotted place in the barn or Yard. The cows waiting to be milked the Pip to be fed. The sheep to be cars for All five me daily pleasure and it is no us a to Supply thirer wants. I often tall to studying the countenances of the fowls As they gather around me doses of bans Aud cal Clrar and All their faces Are As diff ova tas their tums a. I find that even Birds Are greatly More fond of human society than i used to suppose if we hot cultivate their acquaintance. The a wallows build almost a solid Row of Antis under Thoet a a of our barn neat the Bouse and on Tho ride opposite not on. And Morales the Sammor through they Fly Sorou my Hood and chatter and of hip a i enter that in seeming Era Tacita of Delight and As i look ,7a Taro Light and As i look up at them i think to top Thoy May typify the unseen winged Bosta that fill the universe around us. And Are raid to a constantly ministering to our returning wants. I have no longing for s Homo in the City in summer Timss with crowded streets it up roosts Aad toil and strife on every ride. J a is. End Road As i have been a vent rentier of you Vals ble paper for sume time 1 shall now write you a letter Lam attending school at car Din Bury or. 8. H. Aad b. B. Mitchell teachers. 1 live Tom mile seat of Tow a on a Small Stream of Waue coiled Honey Creek it the a vary pleasant place to Tivo end if you done to behave it jute Call Aad see. To the Girt and boys of the youths a a 1 to the Ore that writes department i will my that Ras to brat Utu painting pm. A Edito a i thought i would Ara to brat titter 1 will end s cd Retro of my Owa Motuz by hard Naburg ind. Or. Editor a i thought i would write you a few Lara for Tbs tui Zro times Are hard up thai Way. Handa Are getting from $15 to 930 per month. J c. Grout of sia pout. He tier county fa., ought to write again. Is is pretty Good st it. Mary Dodd a get st it Aad write a utter for the tim a with malic toward none and Charity for All a i remain your a a bask e. Mack Tuuu i. Eol Gnas in Tulsa Aad Amarra. / quot Bitt i to. 21. A Krajz by toss Thia to m v first letter to the turn. I hav never Asan a Steier from this county so i thought i would write one. A live on Thune Between yer Mullien and Champaign counties cd a farm of t0 cart. A a a plenty of fruit tires but did not have much erupt last Vear. 1 think the answer to Herbert Gre tile a Enigma to Herbert Aad the answer to Martha ati debtor. The answer the the Enigma from Pylon to Lii Lois the Flora tih razor. I will Alao Rand an Enigma. 1 am competed of aia letters. A my first it to cat. But not in dog quot a m v second is to hat but not la log my third a in rat but not to mouse. My fourth a in girl but not in House. Qty fifth is in dish but Notia dash. A my sixth to in Many but hot in much. My whole is a Little Railroad town to yours. Mart l. A Mitzi Homer 111. Eird edit Oak i am n Little girl u year old. My in takes the ticks. I live one form three Miles from Alexandria we have an Organ. 1 would like it if sous one would Send me thong entitled a Kettly i will Send an a Filgia my first Haift Matus but not a Chicago my Arcond is in Havn but not pert a a my third is in Wyoming but Dakota my fourth lain Lead but not my fifth is in Chicken but not in Duck my sixth is in wind but not in Ratu my seventh ice but not in Froat my eighth to in Sweet but net in bitter. The whole to my , or King county t. In too we to partake of the trait of treo Aud Vino to Tufili from Fec Stim. Thera the much to Ojoy in noticing tha com grow the pain Ripen and the fruit Matare. And what rat Tatai Nan la experienced a Soriaga the tree by careful Panari ing develop the Shan of our Ideal. Or the Viera luxuriant growth Effield a a or Meadow when our skill a applied the p As Dea is Tauzer or extra Tina is there the Tate so to turning the Stock into pastures new Aad fresh Aad thee for awhile to watch them eagerly devour the fresh herbage a to fill the trough anew with water Sod see them qty a cd their thirst Cpd the retire to ram inst under the Shad of Somo tree so Happy and contented that they sorta to almost laugh through their Eye there is to one a conversant with Tho refined development of Story thing a a Tarots the Wamer time As to former Aud although to May a but Uttie versed in sri Otic a research tha Ever unfold re leaves of the Book of a Toro Coetta ally invite to meditation end study and a one i think can a truly former and Sot become mors or Lorn h . Iril Tov a a. A and when Thost nor 1 Post Sod the autumn with ita a Toros ail Gar cared sad ite my the of Vorte a std Vordale outspread what truer Contentment can aay one sad for the labor bestowed then we feel in reviewing the Waid granted us by tha Bountiful hand of that god that Pis cad mas a this Earth and directed him to till it thereby giving or occupation divine precedence and tote of the years labors and a Joy Santa tha Winter off bids us great facilities tor studious i bought Aud reflect a. As we Here ter the dependent ones around us Aud sri thus sailed Forth loto the blinding Snow or rating aug frosts what Raro scene and grotesque shapes Are we constantly encountering. I might enumerate hundreds of novel Taos i have area Ard no one Rias Thia very Winter but yen Are doubtless already wearied with my simple reasons ter liking farm life and you May be to Tartag that a a who Fiat a enjoy Rasa t a each Little things is i hav already meet hired. Has Small capacity for enjoy Areat at ail. Ii a. 1 would aay hat our lives Are made up of Litti atoms of pleasure mingled with grist heaps of cars and toil and uni Era is make up oar minds to a Happy with those Little passing pleasures that come to us daily we shall have a tedious journey to that have of rest we All so ardently hop to reach. A Biz we not to seme Cloudy mansion or seme Island away if you wish to a ter heaven let that heaven begin e Hamilton. A oat.1 Farmer Beys i pen a Tew Faros. At time the err Ora up a eth Young Meo of Mew erg land Are cd in Paliy it orig the Tana which the Buo Glog agric Linro into a decline. What can be done to arrest this disastrous movement Aad How can the Young lieu be induced to remain of Tho old Hoto Trodt this matter leads to the consideration of the question a what Are Hoys they Are but miniature iut Sod should a trested is such. New what i the count usually pursued with boys up Tbs term and Bow to cd tiny in the Pursuit into which they Are initiated ? in the first place As soon As the boy is old a Mough to labor s util. Instead of being put to some easy and pleasant task in nine Rasas out of ten be is put to Acme sort of Druff Galry that to to iut distasteful Ray ble. It any Are the the Way a will generally quot the Obong sent off atone to put k up stones which the Roswog st for All kinds of form c _ to stimulate a Vigoro of disgust for All kinds of to Tabor. But work be must and cd Tindal in with Pat Bap an oct Vel indu Lasura of a no a which to go fishing. In a few years Hati to commence work in e higher a lera that a that of he can begin an initiatory course in Hoa tag. Bat to tug a boy the old worn out to is Good enough to begin with and so it Gore with All toe different kind begin. _ of Toofe that Are placed in bit bands to Riser tall Well Kuss the amount of a tro labor that to required to use a Shl Rusty Amarii work out imply my i of any Klud u it any Wunder thee the boy should pin Tho impression thai farming the a detestable laborious ecu potion a nor the the let a usually Tarot esd with Eny interesting test avg tor the Winter a Ventas or provided with Means is Amurat a the difficulty is to Booriak the Winter a Ventas or to. The Dot Oculi too Bard upon the grind Etone. Make the labor upon the farm As tight As possible As Wall of interesting let thers is a reasonable amount of Rocco at loo. Eliminate from the mind Tbs id that farming the a laborious and Uteta Stidum Occa patios Ault a there will be much less cause for Coli Plait about less try the William i. Skomars. A a akm it Farmer. Inch High the drilled Plant were thinned out in Vine the Striks As nearly is possible ton i Ocbo apart in throws Tbs plats la Hills wore likewise thinned out 1�?vidg the same number of stalks in every plat throughout the Experiment in Cultivar jag i he plate care was taken to give each the same treatment and beyond thin a ing Boring ones and twice no special treatment was Given the plats. The Corn was husked november to and the it weighing shewed for the drilled piste a yield or 71 hit Arete per sen for the plats in Hills 62u bushels per Sere a advantage in Tevor of the Mot of of planting in drills of bushels Par cart. Lora is Grain England. A the agricultural Gantt of England Gilrath following curious manifesto issued by some agriculturists Otth county of earwax of the state of their aft sirs and the Lew Price of labor quot a pm in mat i a to our to orly Isihos a we. The Fiji Ghobar ing tenders deeply deplore our inability to continue the present rate of wages to oar worthy labor sri the Fisette we can net afford 1l free trod has brought is into Char Competition with foreigners who pay so Littie Money for labor that dark Brown Rye bread skim milk Rima and a Tew onions the a Oft the Man get. With thera quot Are bought and sold with this Nowey sorted Tai deplore 1 if of Gatei not pay tha Preist wages. Falex must come to what Many other to until hav already come�?4i Sod us Witk. A will give As much As Wood but it most be a proportion to the Price of Oora the Money lost by formers this year is dreadful. In it a with to malt tax god save the Queen Bollari Cay March 14.�?� 1ui. Csar Erolan mowed Cero. Roaring Over the Lake a Boro Railroad some tint in August foot is were surprised to see nearly every held of fodder Carn along tha Root through Pennsylvania sowed so thick As to Render the crop of trite account feeding purposes. I thought a rile viewing tbsp Fields a overburdened with ite sickly. Stunted growth of Sorn fodder the reason Why Sora Farmers condemned its vain to of Little Worth we self evident. Much truck Weald not to wort her voting in these Porta much is the Wermers value sowed Eon for feeding Pur poses. Had the patches be mid off in rows three feet apart thee Ben divided into Hills eights inches Distant with thro kernels of sons to each heft the the owners might Hare realised Jort Tonoff the Shari we a us no rated res its of so bag you a wad Trio enough to allow the an lire Teety of Earth to a will mature into feed Worth Fri afar Fri onto former. Late agr Colferai item a. Ems an soiling for fir Cento s do a in moot we Rosaia towns. The wheat the suffering from rust end fir in Many pert of to abase. Virginio claims the finest wheat Prospect ova sen in to theto at this Stag of the crop. The crop in now York Are unusually pic siring. Tbs Gram la higher the we Ever known st this season of the year. A hand a prong. Iown ctr Gomaa has Iava Tod a churn which the worked by Ritting Down Aad rocking a a a rocking chair. A number i Formara of Amherst Inland to rates a ser or More of the Ember sugar Cane Thia season the agricultural society offers premiums ter the Best exhibit st the Sonori fair. My item to Export tag Largo not titles of wheat Centaur liniments. They ref Lotf Pala. They sob fish mwi1��s. They euro her a wll Mil Gith Wilto Coots lla meat the Aow that remedy for Rhu Mattie Nus Raugia tots Tea in a Bogo Froat bites Cofiori a robot item cutan�?9 eruptions ote. Thou uni meats has stood then test of time Thoy Huv performed More not of a Ful cd Era of Obet Onoto bed rid do cripple and Tero 1 Levis is More pains in a Shorter spa of Tea the Hare All other uni meats embrocation tel a reels Point my to and Mai re a exist on. Rak the a Cresol leg regularly and rapidly endorsers Are physicians surgeons Oad Thor the tit Crafty no com of Sieok Boa ailments Span either so or Hoard which the Potete tour in test to will not tit Veteto end gen0�?of ear. But it must to understood that the a two feted of i Nim to Tho writ the for family a and the yellow for Horras Oad animals. For How cd mute Hablo to by oven tag Bono of Wonky. Gaita strata string halt. Poll evil otc., the a a a a Low a Erat Asir Lis Sjo a my the Worth ite Whf Fott to Grid. A Hare thousands of certificates rot mag How Vail by hoc Hare by a speedily Roseand by a Doftart Hottie i this Wou Darfur Eil Hoahng remedy. The same the 00�?t�?uy told of the Otey up tha hues Frame. We too Hoh Allag Tiff off crutches for years Troy stiff joints turn on ant old sores Hare by the use of a few Betti of Iko whats Creear lla Teret be Row do the tie of All their limb. Thee bets Are aah to Marvel. A will give Tho claims us to aay who Erar heard of Irilua. 8�?hai boy reported to be. Tho told throughout the heritable Globe. J. B. Botie a 00�, 46 Dur hr., new to Honey to Tho Toste Bat death the grip Tad st some it plaints. It Ohlfs i Satoren is a substitute for Chokee 00, Audia a pic but la Tofero to the portico latin adapted to in a mag porting Largo it this Spring. Borne of tie steamers Hare carried feed regulates Tea Otoe ack 4 Gotte. Nor a Dutoi croup we the 0 purely vegetable drop Aretiel the outer 00, end is tuber gag nor Cour Fraia cok�., May l19n. Me a b. 0�? act h. T. I Hare a Tamuty of Olske children and Hare a til your Ca Tosia. I Hare Noreri look a a tidal equal to it. Lyof Eudry Hare How a a Rod am rarer Slacta Araby Ikon of cart of a. I Row a mood it to prefer no to any a Eric of i know m fori it 0 a Aero so a of thou Goedtel hared Fred by to Wra of Aowad tory duly your. M treble Propas Tina. Mot h to Hundred to at a trip. Meat to Europe Aud shipped by Way of to u of new much a a t of signed i York. Sheep on bring imported treat germ a to Bagan d at the rat of about two to thousand a wee a. When Amarles foresees Sot about to rate Fin Mutton. Tris Branch of for Riga Trad will rapidly Intro of with a. American peanuts have South of Fraser a from them which to adopt Estedia the writ of etemad to Tria country and Tiadora Riv Oil. Where the nuts grew Aboud after paying a duty teamed a salads a Oliva Oil Iwho Sta a quot mss while Sally they Are fed to w. J. Davis Cora Mior Coraor of agric Linro. Of knot Lucky Raya Hosp husbandry the particularly Boot diag a Otare popular Aad lucrative breach of forming and before Many years this Industry will re a among the most profitable in the common wealth. The Lumbar of Henna mule cd Tish a and hogs Aro a the increase but not Yat a to tha fell Arenga of what thy was Bolero Tho War. A Kentucky a per says treat not is the 160,690 1 migrants will Dmn a Tiara Affsa this imy a. And Navy of to shrewdest judges Placo the Nur Aher a 110,000, and m4jn. From ovary town in the state Cora a Tho Law Story of a a Soora Oil full quot and a a he Virr land Testa for be Ore ii Tho immigration a rat rear was 100,000, the it indications wow. A errant tha expected i 200,000 Thia year with a average yield from the Pherant crops the Lamring Roii next your will certainly be for beyond All Nokia p. Little. In for the weak. Nervous mid the Amic tri a to Law w Rector to u Jar feel health and bodily Energy at hmm Tiffi Tatally the 8�? Fra or ran Tieren a rays the Prospect at this urn the it the present year will a. By million of cantata the moot peed Active of Wysnt Oral other corrals Overy a Porteo Oad by the for i Calif crate. The acreage of what the probably thirty five Fie forty Par cent greater than was a nerd in 17?, wbk ear Esperto wore 17,009.140 Ikea tin nag a Kora Supply of a ism tkv Bui Fli for my in a planted i a i. I As i n 8.500.000 it i Oteo probable that the yield per acre this a or a Rill average above that of 1172. Bark Fine rare roast beef with Pep re it. And a Little eaten make a paste eat tato shape us a Apple puff. All with them a Aud a a a a quickly. Tea a Kava von Pool tick a an pm in to Raed Leal mania India strongly re rent Monda Pool Ucero of ten in Veo a ate tel a with hot water a preferable to Ltd a re Siles Tath am dog of brute and scalds. No Calola and vary simple Relief ter a Nartate to Bril a Small haad Fel of to Brita to half a putt i water till the strength la it Rith Herb the s Treta it Effard add a Raspone tel i Fine a it. Wring cloths Ottri the liquid a hot a possible. Cd spread Over the part of Betsi. It Acta like a Charm. Chaap the cloths As a a a cold rift Tho notate Oil a to tkv Oovi the plan with a soft Ryoo Herinx tev rte mov a to Taring cold rah a item 0�? often be re in a it by to the Yei Ofel Parto i Dot wet in a weaker Inthou of Sripada water. If there the infirm Matlob la the fete the ear the Quick. To Wash should a lukewarm. A min bad pull on Hupfel cd apr a rhubarb a a cupful sugar on egg Ono tells�?>00tul i Bear to Story Ktreo Cuprill i read oms a grated. A was Vlf a on pint of milk of egg am Tabie a pop Ful of butter Ono Hanif trap Kontul i Oad. One i 01�? i Tarter on Toebke Pooai us India meal flour sum Cir to to me Batter. Cotta of or Dino a of pint door on and of if Tresp Montete Royal Baring powder am capful i milk Oak Cap sugar two Abak Twenty rain utes. Tio uces it a cupful butter one cupful sugar Ball cupful boar a one a get a mixed Over boiling water. Baoba Babad a one pint con men pour Oto it 00� pint boil Taf water a ten Cuputi Motears shorts or Ore re floor enough to am o stiff hot to two step of Taape Onikul i soda Deteo Elvod to b util Bot amp no water steam to Rea Honre by putting in 0 pan to a a Tremer Over 0 pot i hot water top the water boiling nil the time a font York timer. T or mom i Ian boat tha Yolk i fear eggs ten i sugar Throe i matted butter and the Jnice i one Lemon Aad 0 knit Odd three text Osper fete i milk or water bake a a code Trust tkv a at to w i too pour Over the top Sod put Bock tax ova to a we amp a Timet. Nuns Outi to tide i a deep dish and cover with Thia alien i Rick casrae. By Over to Che foe thin site a i Wou uttered Broad first Eov Ertag the cheese with a hittite Rod pop Raad Mustard the Noih Slayer Richson. Ret the Yolk of a 0�? a a Capri Cream at ilk will do cd pour Over Tbs Teh and Pat at once to tha oven. Bad till nicely Brown. 8orv hot or it will a Tough hard Ana Worth Tere. Out the us of me Dies of any had. Pulvermacher�?T8 electric belts and bands for Seif App Nicatie to any part of the tafe. Meet Eeerg requirement. The most Learned pm proian t and in Patti to men of Europe end tide country Indore theme. 1hav�1 murdered bar Froan to pro Vida a journal a curious and paid jul Case occurred a new Bedford Massachusetts thursday which May rata the question whether Maas la tighter May not be caused by threat and of violence Aad the consequent effect of ion of a feeble Constitution a Well a by actual bodily harm. As to tha moral guilt of Tho criminal there Cau be no doubt. One Frederick Jenney a Middle aged Man addicted to liquor had been Mal treating and busing his Wile until a he had been compelled to ask the in or fert Fyffe o the police. She War in Taebla health and her Mother a won of nervous temperament Aad seventy year of Autv we in attendance upon her. Hurt a Lay evening Jenny Cam into the House and addressed toa old 1 then noted Curnol to a principal countries of the world. They we a decreed the Only award of Merit for a a a appliances at the great world exp ibo Tiara Kris pm 1 Ladelphia and ria where and Kawa been found the Oast a Aljabi. Salta at life and effect eat known treatment fior thee of dts a Reader Are you afflicted and wish to recover the m h�?1th. Strength and Energy it in termer years do any of the symptoms or Eta of symptoms of it diseased condition t Arreyon knife ii health to any of ite a any Aadi. �?1 Norm Sekul fitted fretful to la iff an tack the Power of will and action ? Are yom surf text to Law of Amory. Have a fainting Fallner of blood in the in Stpere moping unfit for ban Lem Are. And on Hect to ate of mrian Chetyl your a Koneyo a sch or mood to a Ftp red condition do Yon suffer from _ mutism neuralgia or ache and Peinan have you been indiscreet in Earty yen a and find Yon reel bar aed with a Molt Tuffe of fio Orny syn a toad ? Are Yoa timid Aarre of. Aud fudge Tinl. And your mind to Kay a ally dwelling on the to oct have won Loet Confidence in Monroe of and Energy ter a mane Pursuit Are you a to get a any of tto follow tog Aye pm aka tip re night. Broom sly we Nightmare dream Oftle heart conf Udo of tda a. Aversion to society a har Ineas la the heed data Nch of a . Pint it in Aud Blotch a a tel free a Shnek and other Dea pow set by map Tome thou Ude of Yoong men. The of dds a aged and even the old a fir from narrow a old physical debility. Thousand of female too. Are broken Down in health fit Apirin from disorders Peculiar a the Araa Aad who from fiotes modesty or neg Jortis Long th�4r Buffer Longn. Why then Furt a a Gfa it a subject so productive of Betette and happiness when there la at hand of Means of Rector anon ? Pulvers Acner a electric belts and bands cure the Vartola Draa ared conditions altar All other Means fell and we offer the Mam convincing testimony direct from tha afflicted them Ives who have been restored to health strength Amo enemy after drugging in vain for months and yes to tied now ter Doc by tiv Pam pm Low oof i the elect my quart bbl b Large uhf a rated journal containing fell parties tel and Tyror mattock Wooth thoth Anoa tape in mailed free. Call on or Andreea Pulvermacher galvanic it Comer cog Ali 4 Vint streets a the to acid bogus appliances Fri Nwiwiri fia Trie qualities. Our pamphlet explains of Fly i distinguish the pm i Efiem v to loan. We my a a Umes reused lady in such abusive Aud Haer pit ret fired at a later hour to the Hope of at threat tug language the and fled to a neighbors in in that Ahe lit the Hoe Protection. She Loaa a e i a to to a Little girl who was somewhat out of sorts but whose exact ailment to oue had Bdeau Abl to discover Aiu cited bet evening a prayer of a god bless pay a and Mamma a by add tug a Maud cure me there a anything tit a the Honey Bee. The Honey be in an anfia Anible Bugger Suddy in Hia Aad Hasty in Ute coat Lusious or end his Natl Date it osi Shua la a warm Cora Between red in pure in tkv Jed and full Oil and Kis moral bus us git out of i they hav s Long Hoddy. Divided in the Middle by s Waist spot but their Bis isl import Euc lays a lbs Tunu Iuit or their Subbery in the Stupe of a Vic. This javelin u to a loaded and tests Reddy to unload at a Taits warning and enter a a turn a a till As thought Asp y is Ute Tung and As full 0 it a tests Kouy so the too task. Bees never orgy a care they Settle awl of their Dixie Renee of of Lyau i Vitting their javelin Fly red a read re it san to hit a a mule is. Tea Are not Long u�#�l�?1 Kant state j is How Lorg their Jive Are bul i Mno from instinct and observation that Enny Kritter be he Bug or be Hgt Devil who ii mad All the time and stings every Good i Obama he Kan git generally dits Early. I the Only Way i a git the exact it Teleg weight of a fee in in tut in him. 1st hint bit you one with Bis Java Ltd Aud you will be willing Tew testify to court that sum Boddy run a one tined Pitchfork into yer Sod As for grit i will state for to of thou who is Vns to had a Chance Tew Lay in their a Rutig it eau w it eel j a 1 i a Titel Ltd slog i thu ilium upon her a laughter unmolested but the Man a tucked her again so wickedly with threats that although a neighbor was w Ith her As a protector she waa seized with a tremor of terror Aud in a Short time fell to the floor dead her thread of life having been undoubtedly snapped by fear and sex a Dement. The violent brute was Arr steel Aud although such an extraordinary Case a probably not included within the provisions of the Law of manslaughter he is undoubtedly As guilty As if he had struck the feeble woman with his list Aud she had died from ite effects. Fielty nne a teaching main my Ory. A from the Olkon a Prat a car Load of mules m route to California from the fast were unloaded last wednesday for a rest. On a it of them sighted the Green Sagebrush Aud rushed hungrily toward it for a luscious feel i. He nipped off a Mouthful of the fragrant Buah chewed it k moment spit it out bit himself Aud kicked to Sec if he was dreaming took aim her bit and then with quivering lip and the tears coursing in torrents Down his Cheeks he lifted up Bis voice Aud prayed a Bray of undisguised in Eum Tiou. A Peciu Are Brand up a the animal was recognized Tate indians As one used by their ancestors hundreds of Vears age it. Atm his deep emotion was no Tony to caused by unexpectedly finding himself once More amid the settles wherein he had whiled away the joyous innocent Urt Ira ref Kia t Hili Louil. Kod 4ny or cite Rod Worth three times to amount of the 1 Vij nation Arat Sefos of knt tia am Oion Central lu�?obiji8.00. A task get quot 8� b. Cor. To arts Saafi a veatral John cd who W Tabori Secretary 1840. Wilson bwlbt0n of commission merchant a defile a in Flur Noimi 21 West Coffi Riffil Street o. Kis ical. Prescription Froff Frelion or a Horas. Or. Aamue8aoo. % a ought of a the st., n a Momii Kkt stockist for ascription be of fit i Jyz a Loet manhood Aad disorders bad Madu u so xxv Ltd in Matt Comer ninth Yin Sarrau write a it a Coll end a you Cau be restored to health. A Friendly talk and doctor a opinion Costa von not Hoq. No a us a a treatment to reason Sibl Perseus Tell cared. Torti and medicated Beths font is attendants a is did am Mai to of Mutiri Otto late 4 �411�?

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