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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1865, Connersville, Indiana_ a a it v --x.,it a ,.�� x i a v Quot a. Ummat now of iii of off i vol. �o5--no. 13. F a Quot. F a a nne Rosmi a a Indiana Fhi mesday. 19. Iset. Whole no. 741.the weekly times.terms�?$9u5p in Advance. Ovi Witto a a Tom Day of ibo braid Mitial a Imit Oid. My Bright. A term Han pm 0tiied in grit inure is of Libarty up vibe a Ltd a Hemd itt on com la a Fri Ting to iii Fri Tad a a follows to i Ftp the grit Issac it to in cd Cidad i i Holt tho St Sion paper Bora m Nuborn Dickof Ibe if Oliene and it is Itom to who la Eivet Liioi world a bold a pm a then oat of Ita Mouth Quot Rich try cob Doo. To brother with Lori Jet in Fame and Boner wrote Ebete raw word Tea Only Biog bal my is to Giva a Gaz Katy it the Kappra Benaia it Ait bar at Dia poll or after nay bad Onitt Tinq or rioting which May spread in tha North. Against tha probability of a iia a the inherent rower net of it Amari-�8�� for the it of the Sta Jorulf. Bat Iba tim a Ara and tha Loag Laiafa of the rebel tavern mental tic Hond is an a Ril example. Besides i fear that Jaff. Davia has Bis Gaspe Raduta ready for notion in Many of the Northern let us Hope Lincoln s majority will be to overwhelming As to Laava no room for Oak Iling about John Bright and Brohard Cobden Bava Ara this heard that great Issue Kat bean decided and thac Tea Unberant Lav Arence of the american people Righta of the majority has Praven led any a thing like a revolt in tha Loyal Skaiaa a in opposition to tha result of tha Peai Danial faction. _ t ust of Gulf Jet ass. Tha following is a completa list of tha chief justices of tha Suprema court of the to Nita Skaiaa inca the Yaat 17t9 John Jay commissioned 8e Lambar,26,. 1789. William Cushing of january 27. 1796. Oliver Ellsworth of connect out Farch 4, 1796. John Jay of new York december 10, 1800. Or. Jay declined the appointment John Mars Sll of Virginia january 31. 1801. Roger b. Tanay of Maryland March 16. 1836. Salmon p. Chase of Ohio december 6, 1864. Rasbot Obomanu Attoh of the Covitt. Tha appointment of or. Chase As chief j�8tica completes the organisation of the sap Rama court of the United states. The court is now composed of tha following a a Gas Salmon p. Che. Of Ohio chief Julice a Lary �6.500. Kathan Clifford of Maine associate Jlia Tice salary 86,000. Samuel Nalagon. Of new York associate Justice salary 89.000. Robert c. Orier of penn., associate Jusis Ca airy 86,000. James h Wayne. Of Georgia associate Justice usury 86.000. David do Alii of Illinois associate Justice a Alary 86,000. John Carson of Tennessee associate Justice salary 86.000. Noah h. Sway no. Of Ohio. Associate Justice salary 86.000. A Samuel f. Miller of Iowa associate Justice salary 86.000. Stephen j. California associate Justice salary 86.000. Tiia court Meeta on Tbs first monday in Bao Ember of each year at Washington. The Usas thaia. Old saying of Iha Lioa a Ahara Quot a Anion aha better part of air thing or All that is valuable of it. Is it founded upon the following fable of pm Aedra or Aesop a forint which a a Leopard a Lynx and a Wolf Wara bilious of the Honor of Bunting with the lion. His Savage majesty graciously con daa handed to Grant their desire Abd Ivaa agreed to at they Sipold All Hava be us Shaira in what aver might be taken. They scour the Forest Are alike Egar in the put suit. And after a very liar Chase pull Down a Noble tag. It was divided with very great Daz Verity by the Lynx Ioto four equal parts but jut As each was going to secure Hia Abare Quot hold Quot said the lion Quot let none presume to serve himself till he has heard Wiir just and reasonable Olsime. I Seise upon the first Quarter by virtue of my prerogative the be Pond i think a due to my Superior conduct and courage i can not forego uie third on account of the be Cas Tiea of my. Dan and if any one is inclined to dispute my Rigin to the fourth let him a wad by tha majesty of Bis frown and the terror of his Pawa they silently Wii Drew. Resolving never to Hunt again but with their equals. Thia Fabia teaches a Good moral. There Are Many Lions in tha Community like the above but the equalisation of Power among the Maas a leaves Vliem nothing but the disposition to grasp everything the ability to do it having been taken from them. N the Cincinnati National a leak. Huttt Middle the let child. Kuo. A Der s i hear uie by Ali and the Earth is and the win has a Ito night i a Del the ii Turaer i fold est we Bacy. A latter from tha army of tha Poto Macnays there is of course no Parada made in the putting away of our dead but everything is Dona Quot decently and a a Plain coffin is Pocura and the deceased place d in it prepared As decently for Hia eternal sleep As Hia Babi Imanta will allow. In tha coffin with him in a. Bottle Atid tightly corked within it is a scrap of paper telling Hia name rank company and regiment and data and cause of every division Hospital Baa a plot of ground for burial purposes and in this the worn out Soldier is put to rest. The ceremony is always simple Al ays Brief but always touching for around the grave Are always gathered some few friends Aud no matter How few to them is read by the chaplain Soma of those terse passages which make up the great Book. For them Aad not Foi him that is Gune a prayer is said and then the Earth reverently takes him in its bosom. The practice of burying with the deceased tha bottle containing information priceless to his surviving Friend has grown into habitual usage at the 3d division. 5th corps Hospital presided Over by or. Bea Mer and i am informed is fast he Comini Universal in the army. In addition to this precaution. A head Bce re is placed at the grave giving tha some facts and a recent sex Lent order from Genessi it it Ade has Lyas bribed the Minu Iise of burial All the provisions Landing to inculcate respect for the dead and consideration for the survivors. By giving the latter every possible facility for identification. Tha annexation of Honduras to Bis mexican Empire by Maximilian will Pouoa tha British lion. Honduras is a British profs Corate. And the emperor will a Apt a a discover it. A will apologise Uncasa Louis Napoleon encourages him. England s claim to this policy is based on treaties made with old a in 1670, 1763� 1783 and 1786, in All of which Tain reserved to herself tha Avera Ignaty of team. Simply granting permission to eat had Export logwood and Mahogony but i to Calt Traia the Oil. In 178t and to 1798 in fitted out expedition a against Tea eng Kah sat Darf tha a rim of which a Vaa Auto Ashful Aud tha . From a Bias Tima sea Bas Eaas Dlo Talca farther i of in Tea Prem la. After Tea foia Paud Friot of. Mexico my Tea of sacral aah of fit a flt Ataa a doubt aug b or right of own arabic Autard into a tia with Mexico in 1818 to which Ira aty Macina Ramoop Iliad eng kind n Nim British Hond new and Elsp iqra to Katf la mad Fai Isis Onalan Elbahi Iez see die Issei to Tea and Adf Kasp it plea a. Id Tom 4.bssiarkakle prs Tea Siag Teti fled. A no arable or action Wai made by the Virili Robert a. Walker in his speech on thanksgiving Day in London last year november 1863 he said Quot and now the Union Trik Pii bold Chattanooga the great impregnable fortress of Northwestern go Orgia. From Chattanooga which May be regarded As the great geographical Central Pivot Point of the rebellion the armies of the Republic will March Down through the heart of Georgia and join our troops upon the Seaboard of thai St and Truf terminate tha Aiau lest la Battis. That a raw Soldier in Ihu excite it meant and agitation of a Batilo my fail to dial Large Hia gun and put charge upon charge until it is loaded to bursting it a probable enough. But tha exit it to which this sort of blundering proceeds �o4 or att r iban most Perkins would supp tip. Liv he annual report of the Chi of the Bureau of ordnance of tha Navy do Paris Cut it in Sta that Quot on Jotha Field of Gettysburg Siera were 27.674 guns picked up. And of Thesa 4.000 Wera found to be loaded and half of them Wera double loaded. One Porib had from three to ten to amp is in and Many had Flea or Aix balls to one charge of powder. In some cases tha powder was above the Bill in Othera tha cartridges Wera not broken at Tea and while in one Musket Twenty three balls sixty two Buck shot Anda Quality of powder Wera All mixed up together a called from Calicut a Eity in India and Baa been Manula tured in Hindo aun from time immemorial. The first import Tina was Ada of the esst in Dia come mind in 1661, had Thap in Tang Oom Menrad to Londonio 1676 Al Paton Snoa of Tea Coati key i the spite Gialds silk waa Vara tha import Ipin of Bodiao Calioo a waa pfc hib Tad to England in illegal to tvs Toms a to manufactures Ara somewhat diff rant however it Iba Prasant Jeriod Wood is Goa band Rad doll an a Fprd in by Irondi. It will by of Mizar ont Mara Obj in or Orty to Biro to Oor loony it is Brif Jii singly cold merrily on iia Fia Arl log lastly on the rugs my piss is Peri satisfactorily on the Cushion of nay in Torii Cobai Yijin the Chimney Corner Banga two Lite Crimson atom Kings already filled to flowing and from the Cri it Iti he car i hear the soft breathing of my Heity ked Darling. But hark hark to that doleful sound ringing with painful clearness out on the frosty air. Quot lost child lost child Quot what can be More harrowing to one a Fealings what lends swifter Wing to tha in pagination ? in an instant hosts of frightful. Soul sickening visions Chase Ona another rapidly through the brain visions. Of Little vacant pillows empty chairs Idle playthings and distracted again tha Mournful cry scrom pained by the ringing of a Bell come stealing sharply in. To so and fresh shudders through my ram and cause my Dimind to go Wao daring off to scenes of Long ago. I was but a child when together with my Mother. I went to visit the insane Asylum in the City of do we were conducted through the Appart Menta by the Matron and to me it was both horrifying and amusing to observe the Dit Ferant ideas Sod propensities exhibit and by tha inmates. One women i remember in particular on account of her stylish dress. She wore a dress of Blue figured Calico which was covered with Flowers and each Flower was beautifully embroidered with Orange coloured ally tha work of her own her Sivi hich was Short waa tied in Bunches Over pier head with trips of red and Blue Flann and her air was that of a Queen. Another seemed under the impression that aha waa very filthy As she was scouring her tace and hands with the greatest Seal As Long As we stayed to see her. But the last i and most pitiful sight was Ona which brings tears to. My eyes even now. Ona poor woman sat on a Bench paying no attention to the rest of her companions but wearing the safest countenance my eyes Ever beheld. She raised her Beautiful sad eyes As we passed and said won t Yon bring my Little Freddie ? his a bless were so red and his eyes so Blue his hair was like Gold and his lips like twin rosebuds. He went to sleep and they took him from me and shut me up Hera so i could not find him. They told me he was dead but i know he was not dead. They Only took him from me because aha was sol Dutiful and of they Are so very very Cruz Stoa you bring a my Little Freddie Quot she St it Oke so pleadingly and looked Mournful he tears Spring to our Eye and speaking a few kind words we left her and she disappointed again commenced weeping and wringing her hands in an agony of despair. When we had reached the Hall my Mother esked the Matron the cause of the poor woman becoming deranged and a he told us the following her name is Fenton. It is now More than ten years since so was brought Here and All that time she has been just As you a her. She Sexias to have no idea of the flight of time a but still imagines if she were Only free she could find her boy just As she Tifft him. She appears to every stranger just As she has done to it you and at every fresh disappointment is always overwhelmed with sorrow. Quot at the time of her affliction she was living in a Small town hut a few Miles from a Here. Her husband was rather a worthless fellow and although kind hearted was addicted to drinking. At the time i speak of he had gone to a neighbouring City to attend to some business and while there mat a Onie worthless companions and was detained by them several Days. Okay had but the one Childr the Little Freddie she Sioka Hoffa Beautiful Little fellow about three years old. They ived but a few Shtepa from a Basin adjoining the canal.�?. Mrs. Featon was alone and having no one to do her errands waa obliged to go out often when Little Freddie was asleep. Quot late Ona old by staring afternoon when a was taking his afternoon Nap mrs. Fenton Start out to carry homa some work she a Navo Dahly Darin and for Aoma length of time but hastened homa As soon a possible to find Tea Era la Ewt Piaf. Sha started oat to Tea Naig bore vat tymm we iii ail a 1700 Anflin i it in War a a priv a 0 >o0i�irtmmvar. So of Tai ills of tha an train Rush immediately thinking probably Soma of Thena bad Uken him. A thay had often done but be waa no wharf to a soon Tea Sacarob Oom Aanond to a rift through the Neighb Orwood. And Tea sad and solemn Ory of lost child Rast need through tha town. Up and Down Ebay want Tea Liva Long night Vavaty Nook and Tornar Ofiara Thara Wara a. Possibility tha Littia wanderer would a Bava hidden and tha frantic Orias and Gross of tha distracted Mother rent Tea air a sea ran hic bar and Tai bar peering into vary Orav a a a and Cornar and wringing bar Banda Iory Presb i at in gab morning agony Matavai Bright Aon mama of anxious Raofi of Tea to a a tort Oigt lost ont. Quot a a ints nth and Tea lip it for a Attipa at a from abort and a Finiw in Tea a allow water Lay 4ba Littia with his Rosy Obs a Tornado son and Hia club by a dim ded on Bis Bra set. Tai broke Tea Ioa and lifted him out of his it itary bad atari Ond Cora but Bia sweat is Erlo Gavary Appl ail of life Alth and a Fol slumber. The tears Vara streaming Down Mora an Ona Rugg la is sided cheer As tha frantic Mother rushed or Day to Muliet them bar arms oot stretched her hair Ling in the wind her shrieks rending Irving air. Sea clasped him in ii win pm Iid fun tha Bousa 8oreamingwl��ittjfil u just than Tofias Gina sounded and the de into town bearing to a tha neglectful husband and Fath a eight mat Bia Gase As. He entered tha door. Tha room waa crowded with sympathising friends who were striving to unc Lasp the hands of the Mother who sat swaying to and fro clasping the Little unconscious Darling frantically to her breast Aore Aming and laughing in turn. Quot they at length succeeded in King tha child from bar arms and soon discovered she was a raving maniac. The feelings of the guilty father can not be described. When they had told him the Story he Only said had i Dona my duty this Ould not have happened Quot his after life has proven that Hia re sentence was sincere. He ass never been known to taste a drop of liquor since but works steadily seemingly thinking of nothing but to make All reparation in his Power to the erased and Baart broken wife and Mother by providing her with every Comfort and luxury it a possible she Oan it has Boseo years since i heard this Mournful stay but so vividly was it impressed upon my mind that i never hear Tea cry of Quot lost Chim but i see that Pale face those Mournful eyes and hear that Sweet voice entreating Quot to Tony you bring a my Little Freddie Quot but while i have been writing a Moon has risen and i Bear the tramp of Many feet on the pavement under my window and looking out i see a Sweet child of about five years borne along in Strong arms while the weeping Mother keeps close along Side holding the hand of her restored Darling and i know from tha few words i gather from the crowd As they pass that her tears Are tears of Joy. And a fervent Quot think god Quot escapes my lips As i steal softly to the crib where Muf Little one lies sleeping and cover her face with joyous kisses. . Sunshine and Shadow come and go alternately or with mingled info us nce checker the scene of life. The first coming of a child into the household is More than the Advent of an Angel. A divine messenger might More Surprise be. Might play upon our wonder and fear or give food for reflection by his message. But a child comes from a Mysterio is and strange a land As the unknown sky. Every Day the Little thing fills us with questions and wonders of thought. One child is a whole pop lation. What is it what will it become How shall we rear it what is it doing to us and within us these thoughts come and go. A Light and Shadow in Hopa and fear in gladness or sorrow with footfalls As numerous As if a whole Host and not one Little babe Ware the subject of them. But of the com a of these Little ones poets and parents have written abundantly. What about their going when they go out to return no Mare we believe that the door of the father s House has opened and they Are safely at Home. We weep. But it is not that they Are going but that we Sre left. We weep not because they Are inside of tha Gate but because a Are outside and the door is shut. Qut there Are other goings besides these upward and heavenly ones. Children grow up. Nothing on Earth grow so fast As children. It waa but yesterday and that lad was playing with lops a buoyant boy. He is a Man and gone now his foot is in tha Field his hand upon the sword. Thera is no Mora childhood for him or for us. Life has claimed when a beginning is me it a like a rav a Ting stocking stitch by stitch gives Way till All Ara child la it. Ball Boya Rushing in Pell Mell it is vary orderly now. There Ara no More skates or salads bats balls or strings left scattered Al rat. Things Are neat enough now. There is no delay of breakfast for sleepy folks thera a no longer any task before you lie Down of looking after anybody and tucking up the Ted of Lombas Tara is no disputes to Settle nobody to get off to school no complain to no Importunity a for Impo Ibia things no Ripa to Mand no i Neferis to tia of no Baoas to is Ilas Badi of Anilara to a Ama Gedl it cold sound like a Lusio to have Soma feat Olat Tair Down tha front slain o toy Soma child ran a Nisah what sad to Aitos that Wawara hushing their loud laugh Oba oking Ibarr notify frolic and reproving their summing and banging Tea door a wish on Naigh Bora lir Ould find us an Robin or two to Maka a Noisa in Tessa off Misear a Home without child fall it is Vika a lantern and no canola a Garden and no Flowers a Vine and no grape a Brook and no water gurgling and Rasbin Fin Ita Channel. A want to a Tirad to m Varad to a run Ovar a fir. War i Willi All Itaya ,.dofing lha a iii near Days this is too orb marked. Bot it is Soodik that pita Thomaa to tha proof hat a Tea of ria Tiao family Day. Tea Iota Vala of Public worship Are Loog of. Tea children a to Bama. Yon cant Jay your band on Thair bands. They ahem to re Cognina Tea greater and Lefelar love to god and to friends. The Housa is peaceful but not still. There is a Low and melodious thrill of Bildren in it. But sunday Ooma too Atill now. Thera a a Ailena that aches the eur. Thera in too much room at the table Toio much at the Hearth. The bed Rooma Ara a world too orderly. There is too much Leisure and too Little care Alaa what mean these things is somebody growing old Araf Besa signs and tokens a life waning i a Long the great Finuf it raasted _ Quot its bran Baa with num Burless leaiod.jkbir1ad wind for m Birds from sight that so veg buil it within. It was Green a Strong and musical. At length a Singia last hangs in the tree with a Brilliant color. Yon look at it and sigh Quot it a Tea first i a seen this summer there will now be Mora to Morrow it Falls. Others Ripen and follow. Ere Long the tree Gro a thin. Every wind lifts Many of them and hands them Down to the every Day there is less sound in tha tree very Day More of rustling Leav a along the fences. At length after a rain and Windy buffeting the trea holds out its Barren arms and there Ara no the if leaves upon them. Wait o tree there Sre buds and leaves yet. Only tween thee and them a sleep burial Winter is come but so also is Spring com . W. Beecher. Inn t of Bitmas gift. Allie Tell Hsrry ant Ennie and Willie to come into tote Libra be real still shout it for i want of to i you Sll a secret whispered Susie Lea to her brother Ona Naor Ning after breast fast. Mrs. Lea bad Gona out to do some shopping so the children had a Good time for their secret convention. As soon As they were All in the room Susie Whoie emed to be the Only one to Unden Tood the secret began to Tell them what it was. Quot you know Quot she said Quot it is almost Christmas time and we Al Waya have some Nice presents of Christmas. Yon think it is Krait Kringle who sends them to us but i a found out where they come from. It is our father and Inot Ber who gives them to Quot no it in to it is Krist Kringle Quot shouted Willie. Quot ill Tell Yon How it is Little brother Quot said Susie. Do you know what Christ missis Quot Quot it s a Day Whan we get Ever so Many goodies Quot Quot that s not All of it Willie. It is the birthday of Christ. God the Good gave him to come into this world we tire we Are All witted and help us to be Good like him. So he was god s gift to us. And Krist is Only another name for Christ. And you know All our Good things come from him. God puts it into the hearts of our parents to give them to us. And i think that As they always give be presents we ought to give them some Loo. It will make them know that we love Quot of yes Quot cried All the rest Quot let us give them some Christmas gifts Quot where will we get a Oney enough to buy things that will Plesse big folks Quot asked Hary. Quot and what can we get that they will like Quot said Jennie. Quot Susie can Tell tha Best Quot said Allie Quot let her make a plan for us. We ought to for she was the first one to think of Quot i think they would like something that we make ourselves better than anything we can so it was agreed by All that they should each make something for this object and give their parents a pleasant there were a great Many sly talks in Corners and a great Deal of quiet work going on for a few. Weeks. There was an unusual amount of rating and painting done Needle cases work boxes Pincushion and slippers Mada. But there was one Little Curie head a bid could think of nothing Good Eno Iiga to give Quot main a Quot and tha Laca of Littia Willie waa sometimes very sad a he awl tha others doing so much. The Little hands were Bush Elp Ingall they Cut fold. And tha Little feet ran quickly when there seed to Aid in tha Worlof Lova. On Christ mss morning after their own gift had Baan discussed thay gave their presents and a suprise it was indeed to the glad Parenta. ,. All but Willia. Hie bad Bidden behind he Mother a chair and remained Thara until Thi Raat Gona from tha room. Then he Oama timidly and Laid a Littia paper in Liis Mother s hand. Quot Mamma Quot a said in a trembling voice i could not make you anything but i Lova Yoo Joat of Wall. I Orold not Biak of anything Alsa to Giva Yoo so i be brought you Ona of my Pratty on la. Is it Good Ai Ough for a Christ mss passant Mamma Quot Thara it Lay Tea Baa Tinl Golden Rin Flat Bioh bad Bung Al ont Tea Faoa of bar Darling. Teara mama to tha looter a Eye a aha took it not Laara of sorrow Bot of glad Eaas of Joy for tha Lova of tha Preci Ona Bild. Bioh Knaw of no Way tax phase itself but by a curl. Quot yes. Willia Darling so a said As she Prashad Bim fondly to bar Bart you love Mamma and that a Manoogh for a Christ mss warn Kis oho pit Saed option Bis brow and told Hotoi Tittio of things Ottlia Littia army Raspad Birom till liar Dar blog osotm4�o in afoot bar Bosh Ood adapt. No child Ever Gate Ita Mother a Batter Rigober can Somas gift than Littia Willia for he gave her his heart and Lova which Ware More precious to her than All Thoos things that wealth could possibly porch sea. A a min a. Ill Praia Aad the Tass Phyra. It a said by a writer in the Oswego times that Grain from the upper Lake on arriving at Oswego does not hold out in weight and that the deficiency is so con sunt that vessel owners would be very Illing to Compromise by paying ten dollars a Load As insurance against shorts the Grain should increase slightly in Weigl from dampness gathered in its transit and the deficiency is not to be aug tinted for by wastage in handling. Whence then the loss bit to county for it by the Den sphere in the Eastern and Ester i Kregloh. The Western Lake Ara three Hundred we Riboli five feet above Lake Ontario and Ulp Lilg Tiona Maka tha variation in the weight a go of Grain consequent upon the diver Elp in la density of the atmosphere cause a the difference in Elevation equal to Ona a shul in every thousand More than ennui account for the average shortage. B9t tha wot a foot is Oftay used superfluous by and incorrectly in familiar expression. When in reply to my Quot lend me a shilling Quot you say Quot i be got no Money Quot you simply say Whak you do not mean. Omit the of. And your meaning a rightly a got a cold Quot a not bad English if Yon mean to convey tha idea that you Bava procured or contracted a cold somewhere but if you merely wish to say is Yoo probably do that you Are suffering untied a cold Quot i have a cold Quot is a proper . Quot she has got a fair Hera foot is in interloper for you do not mean to say she has procured a fair complexion t it simply that she has Quot i be of to go to town Here got is redundant and incorrect. Quot i have to go Quot expresses the idea. A Fagalar Freak of of emotion. In the Spring of 1861, when the Calls to patriotism went like wildfire Over the land a Young Man in the third Ward of Chicago named Geo. A it Trey ser waa Engi Gad to be married to a Young lady in a Watern City who died last week and was buried Here. He enlisted promising to return a soon As the War was Over and left Bis affianced almost broken hearted. At the Battle of Wilson s Creek he was killed. When the news reached this City his betrothed went into fainting fits and for two Days her life was despaired of. She never recovered her reason entirely but lived a it were under the Shadow of some impenetrable gloom. She selected a Chicken from a Brood and took it to her room where Aba made a plaything and a pet of it. She gave to it a name which in time it knew and soon came at her Call. It would Peroh on her head As she would sit looking from her window and pick crumbs from her lips when she saw fit to feed it and pick at her Teeth is though they were kernels of Corn. She would sit for hours caressing the Chicken which grew into is sleek and pretty a rooster As Ever lived and which formed an affection for its mistress truly wonderful. And thus the pair lived till three weeks Ince when the Chicken was killed by a dog. Since this time tha girl grew languid nervous disheartened and at last died with a broken such in Brief is an actual incident which thus passes into tha history of the singular freaks of Natchez miss courier. Take care of tha set. Quot of All parts or the. says or. Robertson Quot there is not one which ought to be so carefully attended to As the every body knows from experience that colds and Many other diseases which proceed from colds Are attributed to cold feet. The feet Are at such a distance from Quot the wheel at the Cistern Quot system that the circulation of the blood May be very easily checked there. Yet. For All this and although every person of common sense should be a were of the truth of a what we have stated there is no part of the human body so much trifled with As the feet. The Young and would be genteel footed cramp their toes into thin souled. Bone pinching Boota and Abies in order to Diar play neat feet Iatha fashionable sense of the term. There is one great evil against which every person should he on their guard and it a one which is not often guarded against we mean the changing if warm for cold boots or shoes. A Chunga is often made from thick to Abies without reflecting upon Tea con sequence a which might ensue. In cold weather boots and shoes of Good thick Alathar both in Otolea and up Para should a worn by Alk water tight Ara not Good if thayre air tight also India to bar Over Sioea should Naver a worn. In it East in wat splashy weather and then Obi vary Long at once. It is hurtful to tha Foft to War any covering that a air tight Over them and for this reason India Robbat should be worn As Seldom As possible. No part of tha body should a allowed to Tova a covering that entirely obstructs the visage of carbonic acid Gas from the pores of Tea skin outward and the moderate Saai Aga of air inward to the Akin. Life Pitt be destroyed in a very Short time by entirely closing up i mrs of the a wifi. Good firm stockings and thick Soled and Shoaa a soon Servator of be sub Antt of qually Al Bomar Bapp Oass

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