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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - December 07, 1865, Connersville, IndianaLiberty and Union now and fare for no Inse Pat let Webster. Vol. 16---no. 7.thursday, december 7. 1865 whole no. 787 the to times. Women i i the departments. To Wanlung Tobii a rom a publishes a racy letter from mrs. Jane 6. Swiss Helm. Among other Good things she Quot the employment of women in the a a a Hemment department is it an Experiment. It has not this far Quot been so com Lelii a us As its friends could wish Aad a May it do ably yet pronounced a failure. The fault is chiefly All our bid4 of the. House. Women persevere in carrying the drawing room to the office. Unless this mistake is corrected the i ariment must fall a fixed Rule of Good Breeding excludes the shop from the parlor. A Man who lugs his business habitually into his so Cid hours is always a bore and what should we think of one who went to his counting or consulting room in the Ball dress of the previous evening. In business hours men must mind their of Pirn business Quot or the world s work will be left undone and if the presence of women among them disturbs the even flow of thought the women must and should get out of the wa3\ it is painfully humiliating to any Lover of tiie race to see american women of education holding important places in the grandest government the world Ever saw and imitating the costume and manners of parisian Grisette. Let any thinker watch the troop of women stump stump stumping or rather thump thump thumping up and Down the Long Stone stairways of our different departments with their feet crushed into shoes so tight that All elasticity of step is gone and the foot comes Down like an old fashioned tuck leg while the shoe which if Large enough would last easily six months must burst in one let him or her look at the spreading hoop and Fla Shily festooned and ornamented skirts which invite attention to these poor crushed and crippled feet let him or her note the Jaunty hats and Quot cunning feathers Quot the poor hair stuffed with a a lats and mice Quot and bundles of Buffalo hide who fish make one sick with disgust Anid then Bediz ened with buds and Span Gles enough to satisfy the vanity of i Brace of Chippewa squaws and let him say Itiat these women Are externally but bad imitations of the genuine. It would certainly be better for humanity that All of this class of government employees should starve at Home than they should corrupt Public morals and thus lower the National Standard of womanly curiosities of an old Beau formerly Well kilo a Washington City was accustomed to eat but one meal in Twenty four hours if after this he had to go to a party and take a second dinner he ate nothing All the next Day. Jle died at in Uge of Bev Enty. A lady of culture refine nent and unusual Powers of observation iii comparison became a widow. Reduced from Al hence to Pover ith a Large family of Kim Ual labor for daily food she made a variety of experiments to ascertain what articles could Ife purchased for the least Money and would at the same i me Quot go farthest Quot by keeping her children longest from crying for something to eat. She soon discovered thatt when they ate buckwheat cakes and molasses they were quiet for a longer time than after eating any other kind of food. A distinguished judge of the United wild Madoll states court observed that when he took buckwheat cakes for breakfast he could site Bench the Hole Day without being hungry if the cakes were omitted he Felt obliged to take a lunch at noon. Buckwheat cakes Are a Universal favorite at the Winter breakfast table and scientific invest Tion and analysis have shown that they abound in the heat forming principle hence nature takes away oui appetite for them in spammer. During the Irish famine when Many died of hunger the poor were often found spending their last shilling for Tea and tobacco and spirits. It has also been often observed in new York by those connected with charitable institutions that when Money was paid to the poor they often Laid out every cent in Tea or Coffee instead of procuring the More substantial food such As meal flour and potatoes. On being reproved for this apparent extravagance and i Providence the reply in both cases was identical their own observation had shown them that a Penny s Worth of Tea tobacco or liquor would keep off the sense of hunger longer than a Penny s Worth of anything else. Scientific men express the idea by saying Quot Tea like alcohol retards the metamorphose of the tissues in other words it gives fuel to the flame of life and thus prevents it from consuming the fat and flesh of the body. If a person gets into the habit of taking a lunch Between the breakfast and dinner he will soon find himself getting faint about the regular luncheon time _ _ _ but let him be so pressed with important Dei Icaca by recognizing Quot Thor i engagements for several Days in Suc fill the honorable positions Many of of take nothing Between mls. Them occupy. I know that some perhaps a majority of these dress thus from mis apprehending the situation. They fail to see the distinction Between business and social life and thus drag the drawing room with them with its Coque tries on to and into the a Lon fir look ahead. A contemporary turns his visage to the future and through the misty distance of two Hundred 3 ears sees and describes the following of a citizen of new York. . D. 2056. A telegraphic message has been sent to a servant who presents himself at the window in a balloon. , go to South America Imd Tell or. Johnson that i shall be Happy to have him sup with me this evening. Never mind your coat go right away. In five minutes John returns. . Johnson says he will come. He is obliged to go to the North pole for a moment and will Call Here As he comes Back. Well John. Now you May wind up the machine for setting the table and Telegraph to my wife that or. Johnson will be Here presently. After that John you May dust out my balloon i jul have an appointment in Xot Don at 12 o clock. John Sai ears to execute these orders while his master Steps Down to the if i Widiss to get a fresh Orange. Tea Nashville Banner in appealing for Charity to some portions of the South Speaks As follows of the rebel private Soldier Quot Well he fought the la plot to the a lid and he lost a yes in addition to his Sitf rings he lost. He came Home not As he expected to come crowned with laurels but ragged careworn and ruined his Means gone his Hope crushed his Circle of friends de Cimin ated and his sweetheart perhaps if he had one married to a quartermaster s clerk of the winning Bif but . To new York Heraut Washington Ken Ign on companies Are Footit tits in May sections of the North to am Tift sooth with the of its and Walior Aee Emu to pod their Tomed corps and also to substantially a fit the emigrants the United states lint Emil Protection association with the nest Quot assistant Provost Marcham at its i cd has already leased Many valuable in Northend and Central mis do nerf and has Many applications from i us tenants and labourers. Some 5w iii Are preparing to move South ii Pukiy under the auspices of this a iii Atooli. It will not be Long before he can a a Spense with his lunch altogether. These things seem to show that to a certain extent eating is a Mere habit. Whole tribes of Indian Hunters and trappers have been known to eat but once in Twenty four hours and that at half 8 journal of health. Warm drinks i Fth our meals. Food in the stomach must have a temperature of nearly a Hundred degrees before it will digest. To take a cold meal therefore especially if Large As our dinners Are and More especially if cold water is taken is hurtful. It is so because the contents of the stomach remain enacted upon so much dead or foreign matter and consequently irritable. Whereas if a warm meal is taken the food is acted upon at once and goes directly to the Benefit of the system. It is getting to be the custom with some of our boarding schools and Public houses As Well As private families to discard cold water from the table and Supply its place with warm drinks. Where a meal is not cooked those warm drinks Are necessary. Tea Coffee and chocolate Are generally used though chocolate is less appropriate in summer. The sugar in Coffee is also an objection in summer particularly if largely indulged in and is often the principal difficult with Coffee. Tea taken Clear As it always should be is harmless useful having a Fine exhilarating effect prolonging life it is said and answering in part As a substitute for food. It is the Best drink we can use with our dinner in summer decidedly. We have always found it so. It is probably bet a if relished. But food should not be too hot a few degrees above the temperature of the stomach is be Mildous As it neutralizes the effect of the gastric juice. This should be avoided As Well As the opposite extreme. The course Between is 100 which degrees is always the Best particularly is the dyspeptic benefited by an Observance of these rules. Quot Cousin where did you pick up that homely Little Elf that was scrubbing the Quot hush she will hear you. She came Here one night almost Frozen and in a starving condition so Mamma took her in and lets her work for her Board. We Call her wild , Jupin my word. Why it s As Good As a dose of alts to look at her i am so Rio isly i dined to fall in love with her Beautiful Phil. That is should you wish me to do so Quot i would advise you to Stop making sport of the poor child so we will Chafie the subject if you Paul Baynor was a Young Man of perhaps Twenty two or three Summers who having an abundant share of this Wold it gods was inc Ned to ignore those Jeiz to voted by �oi0rtane, kind Bon de Heaitly Mac proud i amp a overbearing manner rendered him disc enable to i use Hom lie Tenned his inferiors. That he was handsome we will admit a Ai least so thought Madge As she watched him coming up the walk his curly locks blowing in the wind. Very grand he looked to her unsophisticated eyes and she stepped aside with a feeling of Awe As he passed stopping to listen to his voice As it sounded through the open window of the room above. But when she heard the first sentence that passed his lips she stood spellbound drinking in every word he uttered and very Pale was that Little face As she turned again to her work wondering if she was really such an ugly utile Elf As he had called her. When her work was done she quietly slipped away to her Little Garret bedroom and taking a piece of Glass she had found from her pocket eagerly scanned the features before her and truly they were not very pretty. She was perhaps fourteen years of age and though at first glance we would term her decidedly homely after a mom to s study there was something peculiarly interesting in the Little face. Cer to Only the eyes were too Large and wild looting and As their Black orbs rolled hither and thither they had a strange win re lil exp a Ision. The features were Small and pinched and the complexion what might be called Muddy while very Black straight hair cropped close around her head comprised the picture that Madge was gazing at so earnestly and it did not please her apparently for with a Long drawn sigh she Laid the Glass aside and sitting by the window muttered no i Don t like him for saying so for he did t know How it Hurt me and besides i am just As homely As he said and worse too but what of it ? i am Only a poor servant of dear Quot she exclaimed rising Quot i wish i might be somebody and have people love me a and i will too Quot she said bringing her hard Little fist Down on the window Sill. Quot if i am homely i can be better than a Mere Drudge Quot and in her childish face there grew a look of High and womanly resolve indicative of a High and Noble intellect. During his visit Paul seemed to take Especial pains to worry and tease poor Madge and Many a joke did he crack at her expense never thinking it Worth his while to speak a civil or pleasant word to the poor Waif till she grew to shun him As she would a Serpent and to Cap the Climax the Day before he was to return Home As he was Riding toward the House on horseback seeing Madge in the Yard and thinking it a Good Opportunity to show his authority ordered her to open the Gate. She came Forward to Obj with her head Bowel Down As if ashamed to show her homely face to him. Quot Why did t you run you ugly whelp take that for not obeying a gentleman s orders with better Grace Quot and so say song he gave her a Cut across the neck which made her Start and turn Pale but in a second the hot blood mounted to her face and her Large eyes flashed Defiance As she watched him out of sight his mocking laugh still ringing in her ears when with a Wail she Sank in the tall grass her Little form convulsed with sobs. Fotty of a he possessed to tests of a vary High order so mrs. Baleigh Ducat her and adopted her As her own. I would advise you not to devour he with your eyes though for you pet chive she has other admirers besides the first Opportunity that offered Paul Baynor for he it was sought and obtain an introduction. When his be was announced a slight smile played Over her features for a moment but quickly passed and she greeted him with her stained Grace. If he was charmed at a distance he was completely enthralled when listening to her witty and animated Converser Tion. Never had he seen a woman who had so completely captivated him. A careless glance from her fiery Eye would Send the blood Surg through his veins like wild Flure and he would listen to her lightest word with rapture. Weeks and months passed. Miss Raleigh was the acknowledged Bee of society. She was Ever surrounded by admirers ready to do her bidding. Not Mere brainless fops but Noble and gifted men and women who appreciated her Beautiful and richly stored mind. But among them All none worshipped her More than Paul. She was so Superior to the women of his acquaintance and from her he caught a glimpse of a higher and nobler life of which he had not dreamed before. To win her for his own at the earliest possible moment he was fully determined but though she had always Welcom him As Friend she had never Given him reason to think he it occupied a place in her heart. One evening he determined to Call and offer himself. Quot of course she will accept me Quot he Solo Quiser. Quot there is not a lady of my acquaintance but would jump at the Chance. Yet somehow i feel rather timid i never can look straight into that Eye of her s without but pshaw How foolish. Of course she will be miss Raleigh was at Home and it so happened she was alone. After a few moments conversation he made known the object of his Cau by offering her his heart hand and Fortune. While he spoke her eyes were cast Down but when he had finished she raised them to his face and replied Quot i am sorry this has happened for your Sake. I would not willingly wound your feelings sir but am obliged to decline your offer. Quot you refuse me. May i ask your reason Quot Quot allow me to relate a Little anecdote sir. Once there was a poor and Friend less child whom Providence cast among strangers where she became the family servant. Shortly after a Young Man relative of the family arrived and Dur id his stay Delight to worry the child on account of w uncouth appearance. That she could forgive but one Day he ordered her to open the Gate for him and As she did not obey with sufficient alacrity he raised his whip and struck she paused and looking him in the face asked if he recognized the scene Quot yes i remember that but i did her till he returns. No wonder hear Mother died when she had to take a who Jib chaise of Quot us pose i take her Home with me was Tihe smiling reply Quot it would relieve a Rou while i would be amusing myself t y studying the nature of Titis unaccountable a a a you dear woman you Don t know what you Are undertaking but i am not the one to reject such an offer Only Promise that you will keep her at least a a i Pronase and now let me make her acquaintance for i a not leave on the Early train to Morrow Quot. Jennie Little girl will you do me a favor Quot Jane started Thespo Cerli close behind her on the gravel walk. A a please Don t Call me that name Quot she said hurriedly turning her face away. And Why not Pray ? i had a Little Jennie once but god took her and Ever since then that name has sounded sweeter than any a a Mamma used to Call me Jennie Quot said the child and when i hear it i think somebody loves what would you like me to do Quot asked the Little girl flexing a pair of Earnest wondering eyes on the lady s ice. A a just this Jennie i want to go All Over town sight seeing and Don t wish to to arouse any of the Busy grown up people to go with me. I want to see the great churches and school houses and go on top of the court House and 000 the whole town at once. Is there any Little eight years old who would Luce Togo withe yes a am if aunt will let me see Quot Quot Well i will show you. The friendless child whom they called wild Madg and Madeline Raleigh Are one and the same person. That sir is the reason of my refusal. A Man who would willingly injure the feelings of a child for his selfish pleasure i could not Trust my future happiness with besides Rivich am already engaged. I wish you Good evening Paul Baynor left the House As one in a dream. He could not recognize in this Beautiful creature the ignorant child whom he had a pumped and who had made him a Wiser if not a better Man. Madeline soon after married a pure and Noble Many one whom she loved and respected with her whole heart Marrai ire of negroes in Virginia. The Richmond enquirer says at the court of hustings in this City Oti monday an application was made by s. A. Harris a coloured preacher at the third Street methodist Church in this City for a License authorizing him to celebrate the rites of Matrimony. The motion was resisted by r. T. Daniel esq., Commonwealth s attorney on the g and that there was no authority in w for granting such a License to a negro the Alexandria legislature having ii ply declared tiie negro free from in and without granting him the rights of citizenship. The Council for the coloured preacher cited instances in which Henrico court had granted such Nam. The court however sustained the opinion of the Commonwealth s fattome Yyi ii of tired to Grant the License there beg no iii a Thorit a iii them to do so. This mater win doubtless be one of the first in line tin with the freedmen to attract att to a Tion in the coming legislature. Toes prove Small faults with undue vehemence is As absurd As if a Man should take a Hammer to drive away a Fly from his Friend s forehead. He is the Best accountant who can cast up correctly the sum of his errors. A come nearest looking into the future when we look into the past a a a of but run and get ready then while i ask it was a very Happy face that waited for mrs. Miller on the front Steps a face that had tiie Artles Ness of childhood without a Trace of sul Lenness. She had never seen much of the City and was very much delighted till the Carriage was turned in the direction of Home. A did you say you were going Home to Morrow mama Quot she asked As they came in sight of the House. Mro. Miller answered in the affirmative a a could t you stay a Little Long a f a could t you go Home with me Jennie of mrs. Miller jul you take me Quot of course i have your aunt s permission to do so. But i am very particular about having everything kept in order and wish every one obedient and Happy about the House i do not like to find fault so you will have to do your very Best to be thoughtful and kind else i shall not enjoy your visit will you try Quot a of yes mama. It will be easy too. She added with an Arch smile a for you said you were going to love a month latter mrs. Bromby was astonished to receive a letter from mrs Miller asking permission to keep her Little Niece until the return of her father. Reader in that new Home there was no fault finding. Thus a adv amp Al Idi nows built to we tit in it a balt. Fatout finding. A Hiiro wind. Old Peter a lived in a one Story wooden House of not very extensive dimensions and when it was subjected to the Force of one of those hurricanes so numerous of late years in the West its Power of resistance was insufficient to withstand so great a pressure and it yielded the Point without a struggle however it was not upset or torn to pieces but merely moved a few in the course of the journey the stove spilt out and the danger of conflagration was imminent old Peter was too much excited to notice the removal of his House and seeing tie necessity of immediately applying water to the burning embers on the floor he seized his bucket and darted out when great was his astonishment to find All traces of the Well obliterated. After looking in Bank astonishment a moment he called out to his wife Quot Sarah i la be blamed if the wind has t Blower the Well Clear out of the lot Quot there s not so much As Stone left consumption of snails in Paris. The cd a a Piti it of the Etiz Root or come nah Snail has Piwin the last few years increased to Sueh w Eno Imus do tent at Paris that they enter into serious Competition with oysters in the be shops of that Metropolis. It is estimated that the by Ding rounds m the it for re it Oili a org and champs a How Send every Day no less than too a it. Dozen tii ails a tote Paris markets where they readily find purchasers. M. Payen the celebrated analytical chemist has demonstrated that these Molus Ca when boiled furnish a substance infinitely Richer in nutritive mister than that of oysters. Tub entire i Poi ticket has been successful in kit Lon a. Gilpin is elected Gremor and Chilli Cottri too Igims. Nine years have passed away and the scene opens before us in one of them stylish Palace of our Metropolis. Draw rooms Are filled with wealth and Beauty in Honor of the re tam of the hostess s adopted daughter lifter a lengthened by bum in foreign to it arts. A zounds will who is that splendid creature surrounded by the group of gentlemen yonder ? decide the handsomest woman i Ever saw she fairly takes one s breath away and what an Eye she has Superb magnificent but Tell me who she is my boy a am dying to know Quot a a upon my word you Are rather Flag ity. I had an idea you were impregnable to the charms of womankind in general a Stop your a Nonene will and answer a Why that is our hostess s daughter miss Baleigh and i Don t wonder at your admiration for she iii Ali deadly the Handso fewest woman of my ,. My ii to Baim by 1 under Atod the was a Mere foundling Whin mrs. Raleigh had taken out of Charity i f rights the was bin Itwara a Jane put Down that Book. What a meddlesome girl you Are Quot and an elegantly bound copy of Robinson Crusoe was caught from the Handl of tha ear Ehud mid Rejda ced in hid the glut Doort of . A a who s been not liw paper of theg Ting room carpet a is that Jiobu work ? pick up every piece a Nide to Quot and the order was slowly we sullenly obeyed. A mistress screamed Bridget thrusting a red lea4 above the Basenji to stairs a a must i Aith Swain the pms a in kiss Jane has be ii us wreathes of fhe dirty red laves of the Maple. Bridget was not slow in taking popular Side. A Fae said her ant Sharp a a the by Oil and sweep fhe Piai. Yourself it Mav make you More Alibi Thil in iture Jane did As directed then instead of replacing the Broom iii the Hal closet she dipped it Over the Al Esters so Sill fitly that it hit the edged Bridget on the ear sending her of to her mistress the second time with fresh cause of compliant a a i declare that child is enough to Wear to the patience of Job said mrs. Bromby to her guest mrs. Milder Iller the servant had retired. On y to think that her father is gone of a Thiee i a a and i am to have the Ceres of a a a woman s Henry Carey Cousin to Queen Elixa Belh after Hains enjoyed Hermi Desler a fim it a for Mem yens Loet it m Tow Fonow Fuff a i at he in. I a Albi one Day my of Thoo in Tom it to ii of the Palace tender the Queen t Wnm pm she Are dired him and said to Hia Jouar Namer a a what does a Man think of Neil he a to linking of x Quot a upon a women s Pron Iise Carey. A Wett done to Jun Aneiro a Elisabeth. She retired but did not tor get car i answer. Some Tjitte after he solicited the Honor of Peera a cd reminded the Queen that she had prom Iead it to haul it Tnie Quot she said a a Bat that was a woman s it is stated that t. Buchanan Bead who is equally Ucile with pen and Pencil has gone to new Orleans for the purpose of a Whiting a portrait of a Joi general. Shei Idany United Tea army some of whose exploits on the Field have been commemorated in the verse of the of Artisti tax Cost head to the Golem a it for killing indians and squaws Ohe Western Plains has been As follows for killing an ind ii half a Muon dollars while for a Seniw Thi Roii i Early Jim fit tons. He Cicinnati Gazette. Prospectus for 18�6, it put it Udo to to lower the of the the , published every of Niibu Sandey excepted and contains Newt Ett irent events from ail part it of the world by mail Fez Piceu and Telegraph do to three o clock of the morning of the terms of to to daily Gaz hate Are As follows on Cupy for one year $19 six months three inon a $3 26 one month $1 25. Club of five Aad upward each $10 50 per year $5 75 for six full Baths $2 75 for three months and Al for one month. Delivered by agents or carriers per week 25 cents. It is the intention of the publishers to reduce the Price of subscription whenever a reduction in the Cost of labor and material will justify such course. The present aggregate most of publication is As High As at any time during the. War but with a contraction of the currency we Hope to be Able to return to lower prices and when assured of a permanent reduction in the Cost of paper ac., we shall gladly Avail ourselves of Theo Gaz race Semi weekly Gazette. In response to the wishes of a of our friends we shall commence in november the Public anon of a Semi weekly a Ette. This paper will be issued on the mornings of tuesday and Friday of each week and will contain from thirty four to thirty six columns of Reading matter embracing All the important news and editorial matter of the daily together with full Market reports Down to the evenings of monday and thursday. We intend to make this an attractive paper to those who desire a publication Between a weekly and a daily. Subscriptions May be forwarded immediately. Teems of the Semi weekly Gazette. Single subscribers per year $4 00 Clu Osof five and upward each. S 50 a free copy will be sent to the getter up of each club of ten. The weekly Gazette. This paper is made of specially with reference to the wants and tastes of readers who do Boi take a daily paper. The current news is pm i piled with great care and much labor in order of Nimish a connected Hiat Orv of current Viventi and details of important and interesting occurrences. It also contains a selection from the editorials which App in the daily paper,.tor Gether with commercial and agricultural news prepared expressly for the weekly. Each num it or contains from thirty to thirty three columns of Reading matter. In order to limit the advertisements the Price has been advanced to $2 per Square each insertion. The old subscribers to the we Kilt gan Frk Are aware that we adhere to the policy of Yeeu paying a comparatively Small space of each up Ajmer with advertisements. There will be to change in this respect. Parties subscribing therefore May rely upon receiving a paper devoted to news politics literature Commeree and Ai i culture and one that shall be at least equal to any weekly publication in the United by Means it the Iree use of the Telegraph and the employment of correspondents at All Points of interest in the United states and Estop we Are Able to give the new of the Dej 4o�n to throw Jjo inf to pm thai Saniei Patinio a shiite hams of tits we cult Oatts. Of Asci Tyis Iee Eadi. Eselee Yeeee be epee 1� via to to Wmk a Opimo be to Ater Copie att of,.each for a very Jacla a a ten or Twenty at tia it my a a named an a a try Eek i Genic ski sub Deribere. In Tript Kojm in fue amp Pav Suain Adt Pace. Quot the sex Intima of of min daily Wilf the Astra a Eauilee. The toi my Tys Tett mag now to it tul apr Ustim Mem Fiten old pm ibid lib a of rent to Tab Ewh Rae Tiabl a. To Thia wet a i Rii Ira May by avoided. At Pinito Liore nol. In poor Stion a Alered Letton at our rial but. In a Nehez aes drafts Aro of Tobim Proi blk in amp Otom in out Sib a. In Fri Patio Man. And to paper Toni inked Oiler Skoti iii Medfor. In Proton aug this Prospect of for 186 a Tho proprietors of the of sorta do not feel eally a Dpt to Proa Oai a platform of principles. Suffie it it to pm to Ahall Ohoro firmly to the Prin Eipl Abr Wash to have Lott tended daring the whoa of Eoa Uatoto of Tomato Thieo sea Auto to beat Eale noted to secure a permanent Juniou mid por feet fit Edon. Vav Tho approve Hong Amnion of Congress a mph the Union party has in oof whelming i my will by Ono of gloat import try be and to All keep Tho roo4ors of Tho Gatimu Rory lilt Oad filly and tits a of Tho proceedings of Aai body. Add a Nikci Krati Ginyei Naatz Quot

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