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Greenville Advance Argus, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1879, Greenville, Pennsylvania Editor proper very tit Misnay f time t Abl e w to aids Cincinnati Dayton Springfield apr url 7 Borough w h Mead Vine Corry a Buffalo blog Lampton new Boston i 11 p m 2s5pmill54pm 450pm 6 45 p m 740pm 825pm 908pm 1121pm 11 53p m 1208am 100am 1 25 a m 817am 4 33 m 12j2pm 5 58 Ara 7 10 Ami 255pm 10 00 am 810pm 1015am 1247pmj 847pm 050p m i 215p m 320pm 500 p m 617pm 715pm Dickey 129 main in Edwin Arnold in the Lieut of we Are the the wandering which moan for rest and restes never Una Loas the wind so is mortal a u a a wherefore whence we Are be Cunot nor where life Springs nor will Are life doth go we Are u be from the what Plaum re have we of our evangel of paint what pleasure Hast Thoo of thy changeless Bliss if love lamed there were no Joy in this but Jules Way u the winds All thew in the House at i 3d diced the of the soldiers and Sal War for the a Bill for the belie sailors who serve and Navy of 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the but thou Art to thine hour is nigh the sad world Wileth in its the Blind world stumble the on its round or Wake we Are the voices of the wandering wind wander o toy rest to leave Tor to love of Tor quit state for and deliverance so sigh passing Oer the Silver who know St not yet of earthly go say we these Lovely shadows wherewith thou Dost Leenas new York about the year 1858 there api geared in the musical circles of the West a swing which for years had a Ruu rarely attained by popular Melo the music bad a Peculiar the words were singularly and their extending equal the sol who served in the a the United states ii the suppression of from the necessity u with holders of gov and Ballon and Navy of pulled to receive services a depreciated Fenor i value at the Tiff ice or in Gold Coin of the United the con states has he solemn manner Iron Theunis n the most Affif toed Good colonel of the m and Brevet brigadier died in Chicago on the 80th pneumonia of the Dave was born March Pihrt Rolv Bui Tuuu Faith required govern ments obligations paid in Coin or its the Bolf government to Solidi win hazarded that the of the Sac i shall be paid each private Norr i q u in Clark county shortly fur the outbreak of the mexican War reenlisted in lanes and came out of War a fret lieu tenant of for a few years previous to major taking command he was ton Harbor under car Berhe was also there As one of the besieged band of 76 soldiers under Anderson from december the capitulation april 186u and when the move was made from fort Moultrie to he we left at the former tort in charge of 16 men and the guns until the Transfer was safely on May he was made a Captain and Given Lekve to raise a regiment i and on August 15th he be came colonel of the he soon earned a brigadier commis Sion for Brilliant Servio Esin his i operations against the rebel general he commanded a at the e com the of in and after the e i neat us Vole Eless Lyie fre Serres my 1 chanted not while i wms a Trews i liberate my Tongas apart from Lorna Vyn of i loneliest Lien on each impatient year i toned of Ere it ii Nowlon i know not Dost to me to ruling p bloat of life arms song the divine or like Ron Netje Bride their youth Tbs my tinted passions it to acts of the 3d in Boston his new England friends celebrated in due form the 70th birthday of Olive Owen Dell americas wittiest poet and Wisest Many Dis literary people were pres ent among them Emerson and Long letters of regret were received from president Carl Henry and the following is the presidents letter to Seema gentlemen i am obliged to you for inviting me to a breakfast in Hon or of the birthday of nobody enjoyed his break fast table talk years ago More than i galvanized Iron cornices window Caps Cook Ford Riner Fiumora to of Dowell 4 proprietors of Excelsior Carriage to Reader eight Long suggested to the Der a Story Back of in the extreme pathos of the words con As As the music 10 give the composition it wonder Ful the author of the words was he muddied in the Columbus academical and collegiate and was editor of the College in the year being then 25 years and full of poetry and he was enjoying his fret Hij was a wealthy of Tel p m p m pm my opposite the adv ask open rrnm7oclock till Oil City Polk Ray Mllton Sandy Lute Stoneboro Ami in 7 20 am i 7 20 am i am am i 7oo am am i hint i 1 non am am Griffith it uni is ice or the of b Ujj urn 1 pin 0 19 1 am pin us pro pm 10 Ami 1 Nam pvn quo h run As orc Euville Shen Bingo Hamburg Fred Only cools plug n m an n m in 7fl2n m h i m pm i pm i pm i pm i pm Pine Grove eur Evili new Hope u pm m pm 925ft in pm 11 in 10 pin pm u my uni pm loan in in pm trains dullard a Rii pm of Fie f pastorate in Zaiesv Jiading parishioner whose residence was upon one of the Many Hills which surround that amok the f Ken in and w Pii we Are now building f or the summer s Irge Stock of first Isis buggies and we in Ipoh of tie we Are in receipt of the test Eastern of our motto a Treitel in style be pairing aptly to Sod All give is a Coli before p Ornce and mau17 i Toby to Tercel Shen Ngo streets Roberts wholesale and befall i ouse was about half a mile and the Eminence upon which it Wae seated was the one referred to in this song Howry lieu p ily v climbed to watch the dying of the and near the Distant Churchi Bells there lived in this Varrily a younger sister of his wife who was the leading Singer in the she was 19 years of Small of had Blue eyes and Light Brown and was As fair is a she was not Only a Sweet but she was As full of poetry and Romance As her and they wion became very much there Loving did pros per for the family were proud and and had higher notions of the girls future than to Sanc Tion her marriage with a poor preacher As she was dependent upon them for a she was forced to yield to their Webster says he now thinks it wan Wise coun they were obliged to give each other it however the Strong will and the proud spirit of the More than the opposition of the that separated or rather kept Lorena from Rena seems to have been indecisive in and submissive in the bunds of her Strong willed or Webster saw her the last time Al her Learned of the Sisters unconquerable opposition the service of the United states Dur Ine the late War for the suppression of or to Bis or their Legal rep relatives in Case of As soon As his or their claims shall be exam tend by the second auditor of the the sum found to be due him or the amount Hereof to follows the Ond auditor shall ascertain the amount of currency paid said Soldier or Sailor at each Date of lug his term of and shall As certain the Gold value of said currency payment at the time by reference to the quotations of Gold As compared with the currency in caller or Sailor was paid at the City of new York at that Date and said sol Mali Lar or lentil representative he Iii Alf for shall be allowed and paid the Ditter Euce in value Between the currency which lie received and the Standard go d Coin of the United states in which he should have been to either with six per per Annam from the Date said Soldier or Sailor was mustered out of service of the United states up to Date of payment of the found due him by the pro visions of ibis Sec to enable the government it the required by this place he was the while of recruiting service at Louis Ville under in a personal quarrel with the latter he shot and killed in As general Davis for this Davis was hut was never he was soon restored to in Davis commanded a division in the Battles in and around a and in 1864 be commanded the 14th corps of Sherman army in the March to the and in the same year was Breve Ted colonel in the regular a continued Chain of promotions Here until be came out of the seventy years used Ereat Aee but i cant think of Holme Tak growing i am sorry i cant enjoy the breakfast with May he still Many Happy always has making others the in of the says in a Good natured re View of Holmes the Lon Don than Twenty years called attention their augustan sonority Faa Blou and the reach to about the the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to cause to be issued s500 000 000 of United states or much thereof As shall be found necessary of denominations of Twenty and Fly and said when so shall be tender in payment of All Public and and shall he kept in circulation in the manner now provided by Law for other United sum of Nve Hundred or to much thereof As May be necessary to make the payments required by this is hereby appropriated out of the Money by this act authorized to be us n 1866 a Brevet major on the bib of he was appointed colonel of the 2sd regular infantry which position he held at the time of Bis Davis was tradition ally a Southern but his sense of duty was so Strong As to prevent his Ever siding with the 4 he Story a told that he was once bivouac ing and haranguing the Staffu Pokhis favorite doctrine of states when the news was brought that a Force of rebels had broken through the his Superior remarked take a de and drive Back your und when you return we will resume the discussion this Gen Davis unhesitatingly As he had frequently done common schools in the results of compulsory education Are very strikingly Illus Lra Ted in the hut report of Bradford correspondence Cleveland on the evening of september 1878 Mary an accomplish led Voung lady of of the age o719 was in the millinery store of miss Mary a sister of Andy and whose establishment was situated in the principal Street of the Village while miss belly was in a lady Friend of sub mul Len came and afterwards Andrew tracs and another Young Atte an hour or two of pleasant Pon and about 9 Oclock miss belly went out with miss mul in intending to pass he night with the evening was there was no and thl two friends strolled slowly homeward inspired with the Beauty it is neither Charity nor Sanc Tofica Tiou to be Ever on the Alert for flaws in the height of height of Folly same it is stated that it Cost general but Ler to be linked twice As a gubernatorial Young if you cannot find a place to fit strive to flt the place in which you find How quietly flows the River to the yet it always gets this is a Good Point to remember when Are trying to Rush when a physician regards a Case As he advises the patient to and thus gets rid of having the victim die under his Boston a Baltimore girl ate Chalk to make her complexion and she Suc people who looked into the casket said that her face looked like the manager of a Church fair not Wavu asked if there would be music each and then but there will be Juul cacti it of the night and commenting upon the brilliancy of the stars As they neared the Gate at the Mullen rat they heard he Hind and when miss Mullen was about to open the the person had reached there was the figure of a Man standing close to miss then a Sharp Flash and a Quick is a great credit to an author in this careless and particularly in this careless that be is not above and has no contempt for correctness and few writers of the time have done a Many things and done them As perfectly As nothing slovenly from his pen has every vaulted a Long buffering everything which he has medical been As Good As be could make and almost always be has made it Good it la unnecessary to inquire whether be has a Happy facility for turning out a poem or other piece feres at que at a it because we do not believe in any such facility at patient care is the inexorable condition of the whatever is Worth doing at All is Worth doing and it must have been a great Comfort to Holmes upon his Seventieth birthday to know that he had printed nothing with Yankee shrewd Ness he Lias kept the world from All knowledge of his report and Mary Lay sweltering i a Stream of blood that issued from her fair forehead and Rau Over the Eug tand school the Law Nave the Board Power to compel a ends to Send their children to and during the last six months of he school Yea notices were served upon 32 000 parents and Ana 000 notices were at once the children were Street arabs growing up hopeful prospects of becoming ions to the criminal or a the night was too dark to discern the features of the whose band committed the foul but from the size and general a plier Mullen thought it was Andrew the shot brought Many people to the scene of the trag Jonys Lucians were summoned and every Aid that science and skill 11 of Winter care of after they have should be out Down and the pots put in the cellar and Given a hanging plants Are More Apt than others to suffer from dry i o water them plunge the has Ket into a bucket of water and let the Earth become soaked through and ivies Are among the most attractive of room and easy to it will improve them much to go Over them once a week with a sponge or soft and Wash the dust from the the operation will brighten follow 199 main the new Yort the a new instrument designed to enable the deaf to was tested yesterday at 41 East 1 Wen to second in the presence of or Peur the Gal and Robert of the institution for the deaf and or Henry and Many others prof Jenkins had with him a class of most Cessions of this Large number of have been placed in Industrial schoo on training ships or m truant and their parents Are pay towards the expense ing such contributions As they a the Board reports a Deci ded improvement in the condition of the parents whose children have recently began attending Educa 5onio toe Little ones exerting a perceptible influence upon their sur of therae Ess waifs who have been placed in Homes the inspector that 83 per of could Render was brought but in the the girl slowly ebbed and in forty minutes she was a the Assassin who had so ruthlessly robbed the fair dwelling of its fled the diligent search for him was made by officers of the but he was Only found after two Days of unremitting at plants to do Well so y he readily accompanied the con1 tween for Day to stables to his Lodgment by rooms Are it the Plant and also allow the scale in Teet the Wret enemy of the to be seen on its first appearance and re moved by the use of an old Toothbrush the temperature of the room for the temperature Well should Range a German has discovered what wont a German Twenty nine per of men Ana seventy one per of women miss Railroad have you in your album any orig Inal poetry asked one Young lady of was the but some of my Frie Nils have favored me with original spelling of familiar an who had begged a Penny of an old Toper in rewarded him with this advice dont you carry that of Yourn near to no powder fairy or they might play the Hose unto a Little girl of four years was recently called As a witness in a police in answer to the question what became of Little girls who told innocently replied that they were sent to the Whitehall times throws out the intimation Liat a Man can make More Money attending to his own by Pines for one Day than he can by attending to his neighbors business for a whole an Exchange says an editor is a Man who carries a pair of scissors in his Vest a Lead Pencil in breast a memorandum in Bis coat and his Money ill some body else a cheap and True barometer put Small Quantity of timely pulverized Alum in half ounce and nil in with spirits of when the atmosphere is and the spirits will be As Clear As Crystal but on the approach of rain or bad the Alum will Rise Iii the Center in the form of a spiral Cloud which is an infallible indication rain or bail George Eliot is one of the most Learned authors of her the mount of her acquirement is won be of heard his and took a quiet but painful fare trains a i in 45 Ula 4 of a bran new shop As extracting the Oil estate huh meat Ben my very Little being said that night she wrote him a last in which she used the so Well re Maui Breed by those familiar with the if we try we May it was eight years after that he wrote for if we try to my were words of to Lelone years yes these were words of they my memory Thev touch some Lender we lab thrill and tremble with there is a of i thank of life ills is Soi Small a Paru talk dust to dust beneath the but no tis heart to hear the effect of the separation was to crush the Young and writing to a Friend years Twenty six Vears after the he says i if All dark lines Are erased from my heart he resigned his pastorate and sought another Field smothering his pain by hard stupa and and the Only Sien of tha tested the Audi Phon e Young Man who had been deaf fro Nancy Beard words spoken in tones of Ordinary conversation a ittle Kirl who was born deaf Meipa de by Sig Taud looks of Surprise that she heard the sound of voices never before having Beard a she did not know the meaning of the words instruments were placed in the hands of the entire and a Oran by Tho or in Steak and at this lowest liveable prices a they m Early Board of Lon per Don began its work in 1870 when there l attendance in As an average Dally schools of with school Ruuti for and a school Popula Tion of the accommodations have since been so increased Tea 475 stables to in jail was accomplished at and Wali conducted with the greatest seas Public feeling ran so that threats of Lynching were freely had Opportunity would no doubt have been carried Andrew Tracy and his Mary were first had associated together from and As they grew Over their love of kinship changed into personal there is no doubt that they were the fondest of Aud that the poor girl loved her Slayer with a depth of intensity Seldom the following tender written by her before a remorseless Fate had cast its shallow upon february Dearest Andy i feel proud me and for re too warm Tor she is mistress of hns a tolerable acquaintance with to Maic and is up in All the Sci is a critical Lealiu and greek an admirable an understands painting Aud and is a Brilliant it is often the Case that Farmers lose the Reward of labor from cure r both plants and human pro vide some method of evaporative water in the room to moisten the when sleeping is being done the Plant sought to be covered with a cloth or to keep off the Ady accompanied by an Organ at the sound of the fret the faces of the mutes expressed great sur voice of the sin prise and when the voice o Ger Rose the accompaniment blended the the which should be fully Are covered with Are left will not retain water to a Little observation will show a Plant needs and it should be Given not by any but according ing n making to think my love is essential to your to the required cents of the and their bands were Hughte up a moved up and Down As the pitch of Seal Rose and some of the mules waved their hands with a Phil Ihrl Graceful movement to show hit they8 distinguish Between the volume of the Crescendo passages general grocer and pro Isiom main pain the world Ever saw was the heart cry in the song of in 1856 he was residing in where he met the though of the same is no relation to they soon became very Webster was writing some and was troubled to find some or Webster told him that he would write a and in two Days he produced emitted a Mere when the composer came to set it to music he wanted a name three accented on the and the then made up the name or the Young lays name was nor Ella it is said that she lost her vivacity and witching ways after they and never regained and that she is now a sickly past the prime of she is the wife of a and lived for and that of the less loud the inventor claims that totally deaf persons May be made to Bear or sfnury6 conversation by the use of the and that they can be taught to the lifesaving the general superintendent of the lifesaving service has completed his i Mihl report it shows that at the close Orthie fiscal year the establish ment 172 of which the 30 on the 000 children can be and the daily attendance has increased to 000 the government limits the to be used in building new schools at for each for the entire Cost of building and it is exacted by the government that be school houses be divided into class rooms Twenty two feet wide rows of desks each child to have nearly eleven Square feet of ask room and 150 cubic feet of the salaries paid to teachers by Thelon Don school Board average per the female teachers receive and and Are employed Only in infant so Hoot and girls will women vote p in is on the you will always have my love As Long As i live to give i you will Ever be the one dear object of my and be enshrined m Ray Schurz Indian Secretary in his annual re the great meteoric a Friend in Jeff arson says Uncle of the Sands us his recollection of the great mete Oric Shower of we remember heart until i i can never t do love and make you i could do to Leni i could go to the we with solve the troublesome probe we were sound asleep be to get you Wake stores and there live with i solve by Bwy glance la t duty i could be Happy to he Are j following is what Friend night of november you would be to set the indians to worn an Iuo with you even though there or thus to writes no one else i love you it oath your Darling some Imo t to fld this generation no one else sea of How warm m previous marriage sen Ted not but were on the service and 6 on the limits of the operations of the there were 21s disasters to vessels the number of persons on Board these vessels was of whom 2 019 were Nayed and 58 there were Suc cored at stations 371 ship wrecked Days Relief be r ing afforded them in the passed last women an to vote for school committee same terms with As to res Dence and and on Condi Tion of having Paia taxes within two upon separate real or Persona property or of paying a Small poll is before consider a e interest has been manifested As to what extent the women of the stale would Avail years and some Days have passed since that event transpired yet it is As fresh in my memory As though it Hail been the Pride i this the Shower or rain of stars v reminded me or a Snow Shower when uce falling Iii Bill different in 8 he Punde a rect was by them in common the project was by the knights wholesale and retail 180 main Tuc Wiio Many years on the when last heard Sev eral Mouths she was travelling in her proud and haughty Sis Ter has Long since passed Over the Iver where tis heart to in Lead of Dollar to her Broth Erin Law died Only few weeks or also Pas lne is and lives in a minister and the editor of a ocal Uncle Sams an abstract is Given below of the annual report of the Beut commissioner of to the Secretary of the Interior of the 30th of june there were 242 755 persons in the United slates receiving pensions from the govern the pension list is now larger than at any previous the High est Point heretofore reached was in but the number now reported exceeds the list of that Yearby the present list is composed As lows the Progress of registration has been closely especially in the total male registry Tion in that City is about and As Only women have been registered As qualified to vote at the approach ing municipal some of the news papers opposed to female suffrage have made the smallness of the num t coolly matured his dreadful purpose and carried it out to its fatal1 the his age was 28 this if adopted and sup ported by Aud carried out with Wisdom Anil firmness in us Muci Iii i the women the land would not i me jul ecu it in addition to the Crews generally privilege is of a in peril and the ridicule heaped 445 086 was saved upon the cause of women ii is rather surprising that even in Cal disasters involving to lated Boston so Many women Reg Ras the num estered and paid the taxes necessary were those hiring pent almost Nen Amos studying in addition to catholics and the father and All sorts of Small books be amount of disasters to Isle qualify them to vote j8 than that of any previous tally not a bad and those than Inai who favor conferring the ballot upon Omen have no occasion to feel discouraged at the the highest former i log been she hated to Tell a delicious bit of Young loves Coy Ness in bucolic As told by the the demoiselle aged eighteen hailed from Berrytown Olive logans advice to a woman safeguard is to keep mans off if you need his assistance in take i 8he Arm instead of him taking and his entire time in of the country obstructing the development Nuu at used every volume of the american f Stab Page by in parochial school and insisted cent interview he said he could give i j his parishioners no reason for the murder of Maryl d it instead of the Public the he Tonge Par Euls who decline i was prompted by follow his suggestions Are regarded Sias guilty of a religious offence Aud Are j denied the privilege of the i was prompted by in explicable Aud irresistible in he said some weeks or pretended to that he had committed up he had a pleas of the above the an of the policy of commute up a Cen o e p ant impressed the listener Gomon Catholic Church in new of buy army invalid army children and de pendent Navy Navy surviving soldiers of the War of widows of deceased soldiers of the War of during the year new were added to the list 908 names which had previously been dropped from the mainly from a failure for three year to claim their pen were and names Weie for various reason the aggregate amount for s wanted a dollars just Tell him English dollars repeated the hands May not like it at lug assistant of what denomi1 but he will b i ii us hs31sibulj us Wimmis 11i0v Tjw nation the Damsel showed sym future ten fold men will be Toms of embarrassment and hesitated and do just what the allow w reply she twirled her shawl them to men will not do to fringe cast her eyes about give a Man your Arm and you Osler Tany one was moved a find him very confidential and he Tutu closer to the and finally will take a Many be in b timorous voice do you would not take if he was m Hev to write it by no Means Ted to give answered the courteous assistant Many in that is not but i presume that he is just you have some preference As to the and the denomination what hels a few Jnore Woras plied the to the Lyl i no Slbil a Sui at once that he was in the presence of toward the Public a Man of following the advice f to Pope to a european has another speech by priests in in Chicago on the 4th general who had reached that City on with his departure for received he ministers of All denominations at the residence of Bis of the first congregational introduced them in a Brief Grant said in very glad to receive the min ister Sof these to Patron the terrors of the in localities where the influx worthy of May be pleased with a Little Book by of just published by 01 Here by with the title of Inge Sollami the import ascribed to Inge so i in this association of names will be More Gratifying to him than to anyone e he fut Ingersoll having Given a Chi Capo audience Bis views upon the mistakes of Curtiss has though tit Worth while to to tout or Inge Rolls this be with die Ait and and a sub it is hard to believe that any rational beings could have hero influenced by the lecturers superficial or that any was so influenced could be brought within the reach of it is Likely that Curtis work will be useful it will at least serve to those Weah minds without doubts of their have yet been disturbed and worried by the very in Solence of infidel phia ence of the Public school is thought to lie particularly injurious to the Catholic priests Are instructed to withdraw the children at if there be to parochial schools in the i too of no news is Good says an old which accounts for the the fact that some publications Are rated As Good to me methodist but the fellow in Stamps to the Hes a Universal the subject for conversation at apr j Ive got that kind of a Dor i not exec not and churches Here this morning and thank you for the very cordial Wel come Yoo have extended to i not be Able to respond to the words we have just heard but can say that i have always believed and do now believe that nations and individuals who act from any other principle bin what is right must re delve the great conflict which we have gone through has been a Bunis quient for National is Imet that was to later in some and bad to end in great though that straggle has it has left us a one that is to be preserved and will last Many generations and rally work out what May be Troi Fig Ginson will be a Meisber Massachusett of fronts of Bee in the october number of the keeper Foo tue of gives the average yield per and prices of during the past seven the highest amount per hive was io7 and the lowest fifty in average during the years mentioned of a Little Over ninety pounds per the average Price during that time has been 2h Cento per Don Alfonzo the marriage of King of Spain and archduchess of was solemnized in one of the id Spanish cathedrals on 29th a dispatch describes the Bride s follows she was dressed in a magnificent costume of White Satin and he Beautiful bridal veil which she wore was surmounted by a Tiara of which sparkled with every her shapely arms were encircled at the wrists by a costly pair o the gift of her Royal Par and these Are the Only ornaments she yet Pale sad yet she looked toward her King and thin toward the altar of the King of it is an emotional a probably during the next seven years the average Price will be much but the Honey May remain the should the average Price be but cents per even then the proceeds from each swarm would amount to the increase in should pay the expenses o caring for and Selling the rightly there is Money in bees sympathetic second with with you see the tear Aud the smile like the Cloud and the Sunshine in a summer hand queenly she her Punty of Char a Terter nobility of True Are themes for the poets and painters of great Simpelo it and grand truth Are la her every Mercedes 1 bin Queens must die and Queens must same As other

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