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terrible a mow than in rhe Louie times special from in scene of the late terrible at says a number of the filled Murieil it impossible to obtain a Accursie list one Hundred Ami twin Uil Dinga were ii serous the at on a ideas covered by a report comes from Panther Valley 5 Miles from of 7 persons filled the from ure Eliw county and a town in exas was entirely except ii or three Thren Bun red Persona Are one life As lost and it Erazua were be additional particulars As to the la auction of Licking Are to the effect lat the storm entered tie town at the it West Corner and left it from the sweeping Down everything nits the town had 69 build Only two of which were left adding the storm struck 15 sunday strange to ouly a Little child was and 0 others were seriously Cravens and Aevon in 1 were carried across a a la Ance of 50 in their when dropped to the ground again with it injuring any of the storm acted about 50 and was a on pained by balls of fire of White Luish was about Alf a the distress of the Neple is on third of them losing everything they further accounts stale tie storm of urday waa very severe u Morgan Ita track being by few with Emolia hed and Oiler the Little town of Arnettsville was torn nearly to pieces and several persons it is now estimated that in Webster of which Marshfield is tie county 100 were filled and Over 200 loss properly in county estimated at the Loread seems to have i ended Over a much greater breadth country and Wai More deadly and Eva stating in its effects Tojin any torm that has occurred in the West or reports show that ii dealt eath and destruction not Only Over Early half of but raged furl ugly through Northern half of Vrka Usas and a considerable portion i Eastern at on the 18th the Tor ado struck and furrowed a track through City rom Southwest to destroy or badly almost every building in its Victoria 3lassand a coloured girl were and 15 to 20 other Persona wounded about 20 business Bouses and several evidence a were either destroyed or Ery badly Josp fro John the known Meteorol Gist of Visi de tie Thea format and sports a follows everywhere along he track of the Tornado there is Evi Eucell a wove of water flowing in he rear of the Cloud at wine laces there Are Only faint Tracen of Uch a Ai others the it tried up and Over two three feet these Waves or p there Are spots entire top soil is washed no race Tauy Point can be found where be currents flowed Down the following interesting fut is vouched for by Geo Marah he and his wife were visit Iii n the the Ourado passed within five or six Yards torn where they a wave of water apparently 15 feet rolled other Tarof the Point of Contact of he Clouds pot with the it oiled Over them in a Ami was completely Grants in Tae Unity Nerc of Dreu Chini about 2 Miles no tones weighing 500 to700 pounds were filed out of the Earth and curried along some distance in the track of the As far As commenced in Stone t was very severe in Crown Creek i m which is owned by la estimated at from 000 to a City the City of opposite Watt visited Liy a terrible con1i per a by the fire is about a mile Long and 400 Yarda the property de strayed was mainly occupied by la the loss is estimated at from a owing into our in in front of upon you for Wini edly at the be could do for hold up to Tion a fellow frit head Ert girl n a you i tried to that no Ilif lira of he so la Akell this Nunu Tia be a he you Liet Mooney ins k Slack moustache All that and he to Angud Deal of a As it said hed try to mane it Lively pleasant for the names Sione was to bit Obj v coming in and did is actually made love to All Fojtl Jepther groomsmen furi1 whole lot i april Grant arrived at 3 Aud was escorted to the stand followed by of about two consisting of fire and civic after in for the City government by mayor Tai Filewood and an address in behalf of the people by judge Wil Hani general Grant being spoke an follows friends and Low citizens after an absence of seventeen jeers from the Point from which i might the begin nine of Niy late military it affords me pleasure to come Back instead of addressing a a prosperous built up Aud devoted to the inter Twat of it Lias been my Good Fortune to have just passed through a Little bit of every one of the Southern All of the slates lately in and about Winch so much has been Aud it la Sruti Flug to Aud i know it will be to that in every one of the scenes of decorations and the speeches were tie same is we see and hear Here the stars and stripes Weie floating every the great portion of the speakers in every men in the con wore the and the speeches which they made show their present Devotion to hip Flag for which we which is All we Ever asked of they should respect and Honor the and become Good Citi Zens and if we should he assailed by a foreign that they with us As one from they i be Lieve they Are Hope they expressed the sentiments of a great majority for United As one peo United As generous rivals in hold ing up our several for the whole and feeling that loyalty for the we Are a great greatest Union in the to stand we Are too nearly Man to to be a great and prosperous diet us All Hope that there May be a genuine Union of sen a generous rivalry for the building up of our several i and the National Pride above the slate i had no idea i should say so it was the remarks made to me that brought this i thank citizens and friends i thank for what we have seen Here to when to graft Apple the Best time for grafting Apple Trees is from the time the sap begins to Start until they Are in coins will if set or at any time Darlng the they May be Cut at any time after the leaves before they commence to grow should but few be need they May be preserved by sticking them in a coins dried and seasoned provided the in ten persons were on Flat Creek six were fatal fall of a to Oclock on rare no get the alarm went new York City that the roof of Madi son Square Garden had fallen in and several persons had kill Jed by the it was soon Learned that the fitter Wall on Madison avens had fallen covering several persons of the Side walk a part of the Roo had also alien Burlue beneath it a number was crowded with vis tors to the grand fair of hah Uelmann Hosp incl Thi front part of he Garden where the Aco silent occur red had teen reconstructed to suit the occasion a space More than so feet i Width had been partitioned and by Means of 11 floor had been into i to the lower one leg used for for a dancing Hall and int the cause of the Accident is supposed to been the pressure Sec Ond floor upon the Wall which sup ported i while both these rooms were suddenly it was noticed that the floor of Art gallery manager the stairs leading to the which he found filled with ladies and gentle whom Heo Riedout to leave the were cracking whereupon wit of the people Steppe in Ner bark has no lost its natural Green they should be put in water before coins May be Cut at any time to be used the same if the leaves ure they should be clipped offal coins of the last years growth Are but older ones will there is a material difference be tween settings Clou so that it will and placing it in a Posi ton a Good the in Ner bark of Cion and Stock should match As much of the Way As and the Cement should exclude air and moisture not More than on third of the Stock should be Cut off in one season nor should the natural branches by entirely trimmed off before the unless you wish to Check the growth of the a fair balance should be preserved be tween roots and give the grafts the you Cut off the old Stock from year to a additional amount of sap is supplied it of the town to the the As Wenj the Are Apt to put ton Many Ciona in a and too far out out from the if you wish to Check the growth of trim severely about the last of May or first of wounds from aking off Large branches late in the Spring Are sure to and leave Loles in the tree but if done in sep they will become seasoned and the fall growth will form new Wood around he Edge of the and front Wall fell out into the Street a Large part of the hid been supported immediately frightened them out of scream in Tibnam it floor of the no a Gem those who were out rushed Fofi the building the fact that the variety of sorghum introduced a few years ago As the Minnesota Early is now called by the Shorter name of Early am Ber or is an illustration of our frequent protest against Complex Short and Farmers too Busy u Gay no Desota Early am Ber Cane when Amber Cane will an Awer the which is to distinguish the that it produces a syrup is just now of More general importance than the established beyond a Rit contains a paying amount of sneak when those who have never before cultivated sorghum learn to handle it so As to produce ars Perior article of a great Point will be and the Farmer will then be prepared for the next production of but we Jhk would a great mistake for Bue entirely inexperienced to Large breadth to sorghum with a View to a amount of go a Lowrin As in Al new things jever Iun Sanjiu quantities for the few 1evap Roe Isyl making strap for their family if some Mer at to1 Worktop the Cane for then ill May i be safely if there is no Roll n and toe tide oaf opt the Moon Lunga Over the Ana the son goes and still to bin Art Lar from tis a woman must Brave her Here to Bear with a smite and take to her Ood the Bat if Boa wouldst i care not Iwon Lipay for the Patu of years one then Back to my life or Bat Lue Llda comes m and Ude goes the Mooneah Soyer the the Sun comes up and the Sun goes Down and still thou Art far from the its Moat else Nim by that hey ought to meet and practice to get the in Good running did they said the edit laying Clown his it just Dis went on every to see that villian Rete Iid to steer Down the aisle Aud Lack up against the and when the mock service was kiss around would Nave made you raise a he began flirting with my a Tau that Morri aay made love to the he v and she a letting him do said they were going to have a rehearse Iltha to make the Hing More they to get the Young divinity Stu to read the service As i was going Over to Stoneboro with a out of furniture for Mooney said he would officiate innit that was kind of but wait a when i got Back Aud called at Mari Shouse about 11 i found All the party round the parlor looking very except the who seemed Kidir whats the rouble said i whats happened1 the fact said that Cheeky theres been the most Sanguar the Queerest mistake you Ever heard of in your you we were rehearsing the service As Aud was holding Marias hand ust like when Young bings got sorter so to and first thing we knew he pronounced us Nan and wife in the regular and he now says we Are married n real too int it sin Gujer said the but the Way hat false hearted Huss took said it was very hard but what be must be and that she supposed they get a Flavorce Binder a us a lot of stuff like resigned to her As it and then Mooney Chip from the Cleveland april2l the noted Chi gave last evening his on the place f among in the the lecture stated that he would consider the Ideal novel to its highest because in discussing Art Only the Ideal is swing thought there Are not More than Twentyfive great t is possible for a Perouto learn the he fells piece f Outwith Landing what say to the by ideals Are 0 be Fpud in and How Many there a person May judge i ratty accurately of the merits and demerits of the More ideals it the More valuable the pro music May be composed with a idea merely of hearing one will be impelled irresistibly to keep time with his feet or lands but the Seutin neuts Are both no Coli spared with those received by Steuing to the last Rose of sum literature in Geiger Al is a picture of Jud human and the various departments of literature Are but Pho graphs of the Many aspects of the we have history Only because man1 can look and is the Finly Nimal that can poetry s something that comes from Teboul and makes us love no Ady loves one window in a or be window curtain to a there must be two that the idea of be carried ask lady for a reason for what she does and she will simply answer 1 witty French writer has Siad that o Long As a woman stands by her Jod Given reason of because she is 11 but let her ouse leave that standpoint and begin to and he is there Are five arts which Are called the Fine paint Aud hey Are called Fine because they Are a Man that builds a House s not an he May be a Ood when he begins to beautify that then he becomes u is not sound but Beautiful color s not hut the blending of Beautiful colors is what makes it what s literature not merely an Exposi Ion of but that part of truth which is it is that part can be you cannot edit with a lot of stuff about not in Ying Over split Aud he said led take the furniture Oft my Anil pay for the said hed give his note for Cheek that eau has More gall1 than a pawnbrokers i wanted Tombow him and his big footed wife up the very worst indeed he he plainest Tutop Job i Ever saw in the whole course of my just let pm have it if you and ill take500 exp re copies the editor said hed attend to and Lias since written Mooney say hat a positions reporter was always open to him on his godhead the great matrimonial from the Baltimore a lady expensive habitat of Young women now Days exert a serious influence in de erring Young men who Are not Rich torn she instances of the increasing men in this seems to think that the fault rests aulos ten tirely with Lovely this particular woman is rather hard upon there Stop be sex Ebay the passion of Drese and display of the part of girls has prevented Many we have Sligo West Sorn lid be thought by o Purchase am Lefand this mania is restricted to the ladies Young As Are quite As much Given to show in dress Aud to the indulgence of expensive taste As Are Young women and to the fact that they Are not willing to relinquish these luxuries be ascribed much of the falling off m the popularity of we seriously doubt if the facts be it would not be found that Erlb Are much More ready to give up Fine dresses Aud jewelry and in return for modest Little Homes with the men of their than Are the latter to join them in the sacrificial act without adequate Means of support is a Blunder that is almost a but no girl made of Ordinary stuff will Hesi Tate to share the trials and sacrifices of the she provided he has that however the thousands of smiling where Truelove constantly abides in spite of the slenderness of the family sufficiently attest the readiness of the average woman to surrender the glittering baubles of wealth and fashion in order to become a devoted wife and if the opposite sex were uniformly animated by a similar we venturis to As Sert that the number of maids Aud bachelors would rapidly the truth there is too much love of dress and until a reaction sets we complaint reheated Byall who Are pained by he popular Disfavour into which the Noble Art of match ing has fallen in re ont tight the belief has been current of late years that the dreadful habit of tight lacing is out of but there is lesson to fear that it is not so much an evil of the past As bag been sup pole us a painful impression Baa lately prevailed that a Young married moving in very fashionable new York whose death occurred not Long was a victim to the pernicious and those very Well qualified aver there Are Ignatiy Here who Puri Felt the it asset a me lately remarked surely enough has been said As to Tigh Jac Jet o3ii8 he there should her Farmers keep him or seve common should be determined up Well in and the Machin Ery ordered so in into tight and the divers othe devices with which fashion beguiled Lacity of attempting to compress the cans of for the Sake of appear us recent death from in which the heart was found to be so i cats Render May have some deter we pay hip will and waists to of a Massachusetts to the at their state convention last week adopted the following platform declare our steadfast adherence to the ideas aug of and policy which have made party distinctly the party of Freedom and equal rights patriotic Devotion to the of Progress and believe in an honest every Dollar equal in value to every to tier and in a financial system which Ahall Sac redly the National Faith Aud and assure the continuance of specie and we congratulate the administration Aud country upon the conspicuous Success with which re sumption has been commercial Confidence and the Public debt refunded and Butler the Able management of the present Secretary of the believe in the inviolable sovereignty of the National As established by the Constitution Over All states and All and in the duty of the National by Wise Laws efficiently to protect the Ballotin All National and maintain and vindicate the All citizens Ingle vulgaris will execs no Avor me from the works of he great authors Are taken from Cenes in human Aud they Are therefore embellished by fancy and the Ideal woman in her not he real is the foundation of the wherever woman is Opp Reaa d or the novel does not there is an Ideal music which e have not reached an Ideal Reli Ion which has not yet been be Are children of the Here is a Ray of Light that comes rom god which inspires the heart of empty the heart of this and have the there is a Man n the novel As Well As a but e is the dark Cloud for woman rain of to background for her to the Titan Joan Paul Ucb Ter Wea Vesas garlands about the forehead of his heroine All the Beau ies of the human u his study of human eaches that any Young Man or woman by Industry and limb to the Golden in Dickens Here is hardly enough of it Charles Dickens was the first Man to bring Little children into the Iii Nain of Hawthorne has ust enough of Hildah and the White Oves to allure the Remiro along the galleries Thackeray main object is to laugh at the infirmities of Luman in his books he sin Flea out the Man who parts his hair n the Middle and carries a two ounce Ane and holds him up to Mcdonald merely seeks to decorate and make it More Irving Aud seek to open the Pearly Gates h rough which enters All that 1 education is not a accumulation if Mere but a Awakening of be Homer did not know americans Are sometimes tie idea they seek to study so Many branches of learning in a Short let us gather facts from All the Broad expanse we May get a Road some people get so accustomed to their chosen pro Tosiou that they imagine the whole universe revolves in not anyone hould novel very but under Wii Twer fiction of state sovereignty or other pretence Fluch rights May be u hold that free and Hon est elections Are Esa Rutial to the stability and Success of government by the and that any attempt to thwart the will the whether preventing the lawful exercise of the right of suffrage by fraud Iii costing or in counting the or by unseating for partisan purpose fairly elected compressor of state is a crime which will not be tolerated by a free for what has been done during the administration of president Hayes to improve the tone and methods of the civil we again invoke to Complete the work by necessary legislative in order that there May be adequate and permanent Security against the misuse of the Public ser vice a machinery of party Organiza Tion Aud personal influence so in the language of a Ilistine Nussli de the holders of office May feel they Are the servants of the Aud not Pera Oual tenants at will in their of either Heads of depart ments or of have one country and common interests As a we deplore the existence of sectional strife and animosity of parties bounded by territorial we earnestly desire that the resources of the South s Well As of the North and West May in developed under just and Harmo Linus policies and by the United ener ies of whole to this and there must be actual recon Iliou if the a Jual rights of All by priv Leges of citizenship must everywhere e the results and Settle ments of past issues that have been reached at great and once a must not again be brought nto and we hold that they who seek to reverse or set them r to revive past controversies for political Are unwise statesmen dangerous political justly peace id obstructing the welfare of the duty of All be pull ans loyally to support the candidates f the and the duty of Zorni Latium to present Candi ates who Are acceptable to All be reciprocal duties of equal orce and profoundly fusible of the importance of the impending election nations our and Well the Republic ans of Massachusetts demand of Beir delegated the National convention that they use All proper efforts or the nomination of a candidate having the requisite qua Ifica inns for the High office of will also have the Confidence and approval of All who have hitherto acted with the Republican party who will invite the support of other patriotic citizens desiring Good government More than party Success whose Nom nation will be most expedient be Ause most worthy Aud the least of and whose election will give insurance of the continuance of sound and Beneficent policies of admin a ration and of uninterrupted National while we do not instruct or we recommend to their consideration a Republican who in eminent Nch qualities and requisites for Nom the f the resolutions were received at times by great upon motion of unanimous y everyone should the have it planned beforehand just what vegetables you Belem or that two or three crops can be Aken from the ground the same sea son by sowing and spinach in Early during the summer the space which the above had occupied May be planted to turnips and late let is suppose the ground is already prepared to receive the do not make he of putting All kinds Iune same because while some sorts can be planted with safety before Frost finally leaves other must not be sown until onion seed is among the first to be the ground must be very stretch a line across the make your Drill about a Quarter of an Inch sow then cover very leave fourteen inches and then Plait the next it is a Good plan to mix a few radish with the onion As they Are stronger in Constitution they burst the surface soil much easier than the onion As soon an you can see them above the ground Hoe Between the a few Days later go Over them again and remove All the i frequent hoeing and care to avoid collecting the soil around the growing bulbs will be All the after cultivation grumbles some Oner web Haris politics it is the Channel of National it 1s the interest touches Notus you an j millions of signifies Congress next and who shall be but whether f the fount Ains of Public life Art water or in the news work for a to am if to Cut War mat of refined tastes keep aloof from were live in and cellar Uuttu Oad cooking had mined Hia Diges Tion and important to the of Las been making a of the Yari us new devices for helping the deaf o All of he says depend for their action undo the principle of acoustics that solids vibrate in unison with the sound Waves produced in the air near in these the vibrations Are of sufficient Force be audible when conveyed to the internal ear through the medium of the Teeth Anri cranial independently of the Ordinary Channel of hear he says that a simple and excellent instrument for the purpose consists simply of a Rod of hard Wood about two feet Long and a Quarter of an Inch one end of which is placed against the Teeth of the per son hard of if the speaker articulates in a natural tone of the vocal vibrations will he transmit Ted in great volume through the and thence to the ears of the deaf per it will also convey the voice distinctly when placed against the forehead or other portions of the Skull of the it will also convey perfectly audible speech from the Ikall of one to that of the or such sounds maybe conveyed by Sim ply bringing he beads themselves in instead of the speak it what it b american agriculturist for when Ole Margarine was first Man we described the process fiut that was some years recent inquiries make it necessary to say something More about it prepared Indef the re is churned with milk to Giva it the flavor of is coloured and is what it pre pared to look Aud taste like it has not the mechanical texture of or the chemical composition and is in no respect so far As it is sold a it is a miserable the makers claim that it is As Good As any an much better than a Large share of the Nutter is Point with which we have nothing to it not As that is a pro dec of the obtained through the Rne Tuum of the Aud contains several constituents that the fat of the in Wilkes and which cannot be several of the slates have passed Laws directing that All the packages of Ole Margarine shall be distinctly marked with the word in levers of a Given tvs is so far As it but does not prevent from serving it As be made at a much less Cost than butter can be pro the Sale out As butter is injurious to the Dairy and every Dairyman and every Farmer is inter ested in preventing Ita Sale As and to this a petition is being circulated for Iguacu res asking con Gress by a general Law to place restrictions upon its manufacture and but the Caplin lists who have Money invested in the manufacture of Ole Margarine Are not they have invited the committee on Agri culture of Congress to visit their fun Lory they have also invited a num Ber of prominent chemists to do the some their guests have been steam healed and and we suppose All after the approved we do not know what the effect will be upon the but we Are very sure that the chemists will is they might have said your stuff is not injurious it is As healthy As Bee fat used in we see no objections if people wish Bee fat with their Why they should not buy but it is not and no amount of steam boat or banquet can make us say that t we see no reason Why coloured and salted Bee fat or coloured and salted hogs or purified and salted Oil should not be eaten if ones aate runs that but they should not be sold a butter or Given out to one who asks for and the pen ally to one who does it should be most we notice of late a Dia Posi Tion to change the name of the at in to gentlemen you chose your name at the Ole Margarine is quite a pretty and As distinct from butter As the stuff and we do not wish a name that May Lead to the confounding of two very distinct butter can stand on its own with its own iame let your stuff do the and May there be Laws enough to make you do the mining i Proa the Rochester it Olav All new York Youngmi n Hood is Specula the papera five columns of sound paying and everyone talks of leads and ores and tin Els Aud prospects and claims and smelters and and in goes the hard Cash and out come the splendid prospects which end in de in Siniua Aud tie present Geuer Tiou seeing Quick to forget in Earons of Economy and prudence aught by the hard and rushes Kellmell into the very thick of Wildcat schemes of unscrupulous de this is the Prosperity of the Prosperity which is jut an Accident of Moat demoralizing the Young Man who struggles for existence in that who makes undue haste to be will Bud that life is a Aud that existence is a travesty of com fort and but there is a Golden a Young Man with Fine Sensi Tive and Clear faithful a the pole always in his Pur sues the even Tenor of Bis gains friends but makes de liberate haste to get is honest in Bis dealings with his Moder ate in his prudent in his him the struggle for existence is an almost a imperceptible he is the Young Man who contributes to the True and desired Prosperity of the no thought of suicide Ever enters mind he never becomes soured or he of the other is a positive setback to the the Young Man who since 1873 has font on the Commer Cial should cultivate that a prudent which is satisfied with alow but steady additions to Bis earthly if he would preserve the composure of his spirit and be a Blessing to Bis age and a his or holding it against Bis he a place it against the upper part of i upon using Bis the sound will be conveyed As of independently of the Teeth of either girl named r York at the general general while yet a Cap Tain in the quartermasters depart married miss of to this Union were born two a Lovely who died in sew age of 18 the a married miss of Mississippi and has since lived that with inf wife arid two Beautiful of whom the general is excessively be spent last summer at governors Hancock has been Al most heartbroken since her Daugh ters she accompanied the general upon his recent journey and will remain for a month or More visiting her son and at her old Home in Gen Hancock Baa a brother in the office of the Pennsylvania Railroad washing is said to Ber a Strong family resemblance Between them but while the general is portly and of very distinguished Bis brother is quite spare in two of the the nieces of the general Lieut Eugene Griffin corps of Engi and Luther seventh officers of very Bril foot than yours can tread sowing Fine great judgment is required to sow nil kinds of seeds in a manner that shall Crown our efforts with the soil must he in proper neither too wet nor too Loo cold nor too the proper depth for covering will depend upon the size or fineness of the very Small such As Are More Apt to succeed when scarcely covered at provided they can be kept from becoming too we usually How Euch directly upon the surface of the gently Waler them with a very Fine and then cover the surface Over with a pane of or even a piece of Muslin or paper Laid directly upon tie surface and allowed to remain Only until the seeds and others which a restyled half Hardy either require the Aid of artificial that to assist and then Are transplanted from the hot Beds to their permanent or else the sowing of them should be defer red until the soil becomes thoroughly the lost of May in this a a general most Flowers succeed Best if first sown in a seed bed an old Box filled with Fine soil will answer and then and we advise Liis method in preference to sowing in the open for several reasons which will readily become apparent to anyone who tries without our stating them smoked seed of Shenango town last year planted seed Corn which he selected at husking time the previous fall and allowed to hang his smoke House daring the time he was smoking his meat and the result was so satisfactory that be will try it again this year and advises other far mers to give it a he had enough of the Corn to Plant about an which be used As part of the seed for t fire acre where the smoked seed was used the crop was not while the balance of the lot was Rayed by Cut Worms and and although replanted averal times he gathered but seventy five bushels from the four the other acre one Hundred and Twentyfive Busner is to seek the rent on Herb ii sprays now divers Birds arc Bend to and sundry Flowers their lie Atla Hall to the return or the songs of those Salil hints Rouse theme roof Mir Yontl Ifni hours As Green is those Suid Utill boughs a fresh and Sweet its those said the Birds Happy live mid Afu Ramatu boughs enshrined in Freehold nest their administrators and of busiest term of cupids Obero Lender action season of frolic and of As genial discontent is the want of self Eli with time and patience the mul Berry Leaf love is like talked about but Little we Are created fur the Sake of Man kind to be useful to each there is always a Joy in the even us where the Day 1ms been Well an Albany lady culled at a Book store for Dickens David Copper the More we help others to Bear heir the lighter our own will the emotive Man is the real of whom the intellectual Man is the if you would not have Al Littlon to visit you Lisle at onre to what it the Way to gain a Good reputation s to Endeavor to be what you desire to Ole Margarine must Anil go pretty at the rate of a million a he that resolves upon any great and at the same time Good by that very Resolution has scaled the Ihlen Barrier it is easy enough to make sacrifices for those we Tut for our enemy we have struggle and overcome such a Victory is truth and like so Many gems in the life and example of the roil cannot but shame and condemn error and vice in politeness May prevent the want of wit and till edit i rom being observed it wit and Talent cannot i West Tho discovery of the Wall of dont lie Daiil a snob to a German labourer sit blown mid make yourself my i would Hafto Low my prawns was the reply of lie Fine lies contemplates a journey to american during the in connection with u Laud of Pauy in in which to s largely a every thread of Jolt is in every minute of Lime Ami As it would be great Folly to shoe horses us lie Komi in emperor did with it is to spend Lime in the great still living n where he a nails a sinecure Puiu Treut with u Hill try of Ier annul As overseer of the Royal he is seventy nine years f a French artist gave his last work o a Porter to convey to the be be said the Ilc Turc is scarcely of never said the my clot Lich Are girl in one of our Public her Linail occasion o parse coming to the gender Aud asked her teacher ii any men life has Many but mind hut views every object in the most cheering aspect and every doubtful hypen Saviou As Replete with intent bears within itself u powerful and perpetual the treasure House of n mans life s his and he who has nothing is though he roil in Gold while he who hits u Good Deal there in whether he has a roof Over his head or Vanderbilt charges a week for the rent of the a Ludino Square Garden for walking explaining that this is his Way of making one hand Wash the he charges but for dog Anna Dickinson s Mother says that Anna is thirty nine years old thin Aud wed like to see somebody make Twenty seven out of those Anna is a Good but rather inclined to believe that girl Hood has no Goldwin Smith minks we Are Oil he verge on moral we Lont know what he but it must be something and if the Man who borrowed a Dollar from us last week will come in and pay in May escape its full what was the oldest thing 5ram met with abroad Aak til Smith the of sail said i see that while in Visi Teti the american you Lont mean to say that the american circus is older than the egyptian pyramids perhaps said but its you its Lokes i Jones Albany girls stand in one of them was to have been a Luy or two and the girl was All the my n idler on and the Feight but still no ill wait for him just ten said the and then in open to ten minutes flew like lie and a Little re haired Fel with a paper and Hiu Troup ers All frilled at the Steppell was married Scoope l in the in bin last says that the emotions of Man Are older than his Aud that the poet who purifies and exalts these emotions May claim in the world at least As High and Well assumed As that of the Man of because be ministers to different but equally permanent needs of human the Man of he will never Able to destroy the glory of the lilies of the the kindergarten system of teach ing is the most and is certainly the most interest Gaud Charm ing Ranoug the processes of primary it is a method by which the plastic mind of the Yonng child is stored with knowledge by Means of object and each idea is firmly implanted in the memory by objects which the children see and the information comes to the child in in most fascinating and the Little band Aud brain Are alike Bro i the clothes by Many persons the clothes line is looked upon As a general necessity but a very common in Many cases the judgment is a just the clothes line is proverbially in the especially if an a is to be used in splitting Wood in the Back ought not to the line should be taken Down so soon As tit clothes Are of the Many device for doing this the oldest seems lobe the Best the simple method of winding it Over the Elbow and and securing the Coil with the end of the Rosie the various Patent folding clothes the advantage of closing up ii to a Small space when not in and allow the Frame and line to be readily removed to the whatever the method of suspending the it be As a agriculture rj9r

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