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Greenville Advance Argus, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1880, Greenville, Pennsylvania Volume at Kofl Mercer March number editor p0hmshkd Kvet thursday a Akita Leech film nerf canal te333es one six 75 Eanls three 40 Cento Advance a rods As nil medium Are unequalled la West i m rates made known on application it the Job we have in connection with the Advance n if Kiihr Job fully up and Are prepared to furnish truer and Lull Iunus Sale kills in a manner not excelled in any Hilll Rren address the local Borough c amps a wimp Fielman James Oitim county in Willitt Olllie lira mall Henry Lila Ricl Samuel John William Hect Liiri postal Hie Bones at which the malls close at the p m p m k a in new 1u15 a m of Lois Ion a Iliad Neil a 111 Merror it n s to visit v North m West new Nisi and and Uli Ifim Ranii opposite the Advance open from 7 Oclock tin s in Siim live from h to 10 p m p in p m 1 m p in p i 131 rect of Lilik filth a attorneys i Audru Vul Iii Ohice Northeast Corner of Din r a Tiivi notary 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a and Hort wave of and alter trains in Iris inflows of Atins Ocllo North run i except s i s5i 542 h 13 0 01 h25 8 i 7 10 fill 7 uhf Iris 715 Tri 4 Ai Erie 4 1035 1045 1104 1200 1245 12 511 7 7 742 75fl owl new la Ilkiew 941 new 220 1050 i 11 2 is 1 221 j 40 1 Luj 9 20 1250 9lft re Lull s35 832i 11 151 8221 Iii 37 8 14 ii 211 805 11 19 7571 11 12 7 50i 11041 742l 1025 700i 940 600 926 550 9 221 5 45 538 s 820 125 a into 910 750 717 700 615 811 it 52 505 5 connects Wlllie 21 at Sharps Vine Leavis Slarp Siviur at a Rev 1118 at new rent 9 fast line Kong leaves new Arr Vlnka at Paltu Burgh at 7 80 general pass nuer and ticket Large store Boom for Rilk desire to sell the Large 1 store known is the Asinett me Luley situated in merger the whole building is if feet front by 100 feet the store room which is done Oilin Good to 22 he 70 with warehouse by 30 there Are two Excel Lent cellars under the one 30 by 70 and Mie Lher 3d by 30 there Are rave rooms on one Over the 30 by 30 and four Over store room and a Lieut of about 17 by 22 the whole building is admirably a laughed Lor a pair of Fairbanks Scales Are located at the Side of the Ware any one Dpi plug to engage in the Mer Cantile in a Good surrounded by a Tine farming will find this property a very desirable will he sold on easy apply to either of the in James 50 to k manufacturer and Ali Usu suit Kettl dealer in clears or tills o main j up con 1triiriihkmitl plans and it Catuns Lurn shed of All work Luft Lve shop Mir Hoogsand shoes mad door Dir As tie up As can be made any All work Wirin mind not to Ravel or run Ibe impairing neatly in main St meetings for and of holding appeals for the several townships and boroughs is As follows Hickory at Hickory March Shenago and West Middlesex at West March Lacka Wantock mid Bethel at March Cool Jackson and East at the commissioners monday and March 81 ii and general Appeal thursday and March Lith and by order county r general insurance agent All business attended to with prompt nos and farm property a special 1 office Over Kyles grocery 215 main i run dee677 s6g week and 15 me s5 jul per Day at samples Worth to us at Sou i strengthening cordial Ana blood purifier i it acts As delightfully on the tender Mottl delicate lady and infirm old As on the Strong imparting health and vigor to nerves and Wool heart and Whlig can fee its Ulfeg Lvang her Iron ill every destroying All diseases in the blood Andul Vilig vital Sale by druggists sold in Greenville by City drug 9 31ly the Gold that we parted one eve at the Earden a Flea the Dew was on the and i promised to come Back to Ber Ere the pleasant a Lina that is Twain might wed Whan the leaves were and live and love she Cut me a Tress from Ber Nutbrown hair and i kissed her lips of and gave Ber ring of the old time with a Stone like the Mon Talu am Clear and Bine As her eyes were True Sweet so Bright and merry t wealth of my love is All i Bare to give sue said in turning Gold that utto the Radl Tut Stan in yonder Blue vault burning and i took the As u Lover Mast whose for love is Fate kept us apart for Many and the Blue sea rolled Between us though 1 kissed each Day the Nutbrown Tress and made fresh vows to till 1 sought my i that railed from love to wean i Fnnnk my love at the Garden Gate when the Dew was on the and we Twain were wed at the Little Kirk in the pleasant autumn weather and the Gold wears now soothes my As we live and love Empress of from a London from the memoirs of the count de i translate the As he is the lust of an old school of diplomats who leave their Mark at very court of carrying hence return recollections and regrets which they Are one Day sure to pub thirty nine years ago lust the grand Duke Alexander of Ruthia tet accompanied by count Orloff and a numerous to visit the various of Germany where Marriageable and were officially reported to he went to of and to Sev eral other of the North German Capi he arrived shortly afterwards to Frankfort and put up at the hotel be but no Marriageable princesses were to be found at Frank that time a free it was Only to be the halt Ihirg place r the night and Karlsruhe where the Princess Olio afterwards became Duchess of Saxe Iburg Aud the Princess a of afterwards ii chess of and the Mother of the Princess of whose divorce suit at borne is a cause formed pair of the greatest attractions in the Imperial travellers were leaving when the Duke of Jet an invitation to the grand egging his company at the neighbor no Castle of the Young somewhat accepted the the dinner was a family and the Young Princess Mario did not Al expander was even ignorant of her sex for her name had not appeared on the official list of German princesses aspiring to the hand of the first of Continental in the even the grand while pacing through the Linini room of he met a Young lady pained by de her gov Ernale they were Piug to Ihei Raiv for Anil the Young Laily modestly stepped aside to allow the Prince to seeing this Young Cirl so naive and so the grand Duke asked of the hessian Nobleman who she was 1 tis her the Princess Marie of said the grand How old is she immediately on reaching the draw Intro oui he begged to be presented 10 the Princess Marie was an and Ini Rabie Young simple Mil she had been brought in the Cinderella Fash Jon in the family of the 3rand Duke was struck still More by Lier retiring goodness and modest source of who pays the revenues interesting question but i difficult to where does to Revenue come from is equally in and More easily during the last fiscal year ending june the duty collected upon imports aggregated Thi was made up of duty collected upon hundreds of articles of foreign pro diction and the Fol lowing is a list of the articles upon which duty amounting to a million dollars and Over was collected during the year hosiery he Lanai Artl Clea of Malad Cotton of Wool or Cotton Ali item Brown or or kid or dress of ii miscellaneous articles of still wines Mol Ossea Tigo All above 7 and not above 10 above 10 and not above 13 plates or sheets of Imi Woolen Dreim goods value per Well plug Over four Rar cd Bun from the report received at the Treasury it is Learned 1 8 his and during the evening versed with her on return to the grand Duke scarcely spoke a word to the Renolle men of his Anil retired it once to his the follow ing morning count Orloff now Ruh Sian in London waited on the Prince to receive his orders and to learn the hour he had fixed for his departure my dear said the grand we need go no further i Lave made my Choice my journey is at an what what Choice has 3our 1m replied count As Perial highness made1 i shall marry the Princess Marie of Hesse if she will do me the Honor of granting me her sail the from every Point of such a thing is impose the Princess Marie has not even been placed on the list of 3er princesses the is in weak Aud moreover too your highness has not seen the Baden and the grand Duke would be offended if you lid not go to if for politeness i shall go to Karlsruhe but i spent All night and i shall Only Narry Princess wha belongs to a family who has already Given rus Sia one and which is one of be most illustrious and ancient in count Orloff was in despair at this definite and wrote off at once o the emperor news was received with astonish neut in the Imperial the Princess Marie was known scarcely at since the death of her been brought up privately by de the Moat intimate friends of the Imperial family did heir utmost to thwart such an Alli but the emperor whose affection for his son was would not oppose his and said almost in order to put an end to the various rumours Princess mane of like All other German is to be i nil in the Gotha she a charming Young who will make the happiness of our both the Empress and myself think that Alexander ought to marry according to his it May be imagined what Joy news caused in the hessian fam from that moment the Laze of lie whole of Europe was directed to that Young so modest and so a who was soon to ascend one of the greatest thrones of this from the count de i cease to but must add by the Light of my own Brief experience in touring to and from that i live never heard but one voice of love and admiration for this who never forgot her Maiden Simplic modesty and virtuous she was born on the 8th of married the 28th of just at out four Mouths after the Acci denial meeting at i have described from count de resets there is a wants to know if there is a Healing a tender Balm for a love stricken heart child of the usual there is you jut bet your ethereal language there in a hat the imports received at the port of new York during january last were greater t Tian Ever before in the i Story of government for that month in value Over forty Mil As new York receives at least two thirds of All the goods imported nto Llilas it May be judged that the same is the Case at other ports lot yet heard it is also Esti ii aled although the exports were As Large in january As is usually the Case in that the balance of Rade will be against the us Ileal states for the first time in live for hat length of time the balance of Caile has been steadily growing in or but it is the opinion among experts at the Treasury department hat it will fall off materially this even if the balance does not prove to be the other i tie Char ctr of the goods in which the in crease is found shows the revival of Prosperity has brought with it a re urn of extravagance in the Purchase of which characterized our people in what were known As flush Imes after the War the reports rom custom officers show that the net eased importation of articles of necessity has not kept up with the m Irease of luxuries imported that the finer classes of ornaments and dress goods Are coming Over from Europe 11 larger quantities than Ever of is merely la answer to u demand for As merchants will not import what their customers do not Call for the duties collected upon Silks and ribbons in january last were fifty greater than those collected in Janu 1s78 the same is True of articles of and a Large increase has been noticed in co Fec and other commodities which Are not purchased by the while there is no apprehension at the Treasury department that the balance of Trade will be so much changed As to affect the value of the danger that a Drain will come will justify Hie Secretary in keeping a Large balance on hand in Case of an go in the sugar interest during the seasons of 1878 and the department of agriculture Distri buted Large quantities of Minnesota Early Auinger sugar Cane from which go Oil sugar was produced wherever the commissioner of agriculture says it can be made in Peurly state in the with Ordinary Aud inexpensive such As is used in every Well regulated Maple sugar excepting the Mill for crushing the at a Cost of 16 per gallon of weighing 1 at least on Haltof which is Cryst Aliz Able Cane this Cane can be grown on buy Good Corn re Quiring about the same labor As and maturing in 90 the syrup made from the Amber Cane is Suid to have none of that Peculiar taste which spoiled the old sorghum of Westmoreland a says that is i this made As he makes is us Good us any from the Southern Auto is produced far More easily and the total Cost of pro including the cultivation of he harvesting of the should not exceed 2j to 3 cents per Willard said in his address to the dairymen assembled at Meadville that evidently some change in agriculture would be required in the Eastern As we cannot compete with the West in Dairy he thinks it doubtful whether the average Price of cheese will be 7 cents for the coming Stewart says if the results already readied Are there can be no question that we Are on the eve of u revolution in sugar Man fac und of the Rise of a new Aud per Tuque it Industry in this country the chemicals used in making this sugar can be bought at very reasonable the department of Agri culture will furnish All possible information to those desiring to investigate the the hero of harpers in an interview published in the John Browns son Suys of his fatties i never knew him to show any signs of fear of anything save that he might Ilo a dishonourable or wrong his his Rule of life was the Golden All things whatsoever be would that men should do to do be even so to on the Sabbath evening be fore his Utlack of harpers he said Anil let me press one tiling upon your you All know How dear life is to you and How dear your lives Are to your friends in remembering consider that tilt lives of others Are As dear to them As yours Are to do take the life of any one if you can possibly avoid it if it is necessary to take life to save your then make sure work of after the Battle of Ossa Ottomie my father stood looking at the smoke of the burning buildings rolling As they were fired one after another by the and said god sees there will be no More real peace in this country till the slavery ques Tion is i have no feelings of revenge toward the people of the i have hut a Little while to live and but one death to i will die fighting the Block game persons who Are racking their brains Over the Puzzle of the fifteen blocks will be interested to know that in about half the cases it cannot be solv at least this i the conclusion of several persons who live studied it thoroughly and when All the blocks move into order except which Are then it can not be if this conclusion is accepted at a Good Many peo a tender get sea an1 file will be a veil from insane go to sea for a and if Blue Atlantic serves you As it served you will spread it on record that it is just a Little the Balm Halm Edest Balm you Ever plastered on your love stricken heart since you were old enough to write try a Aud dont be afraid of it spread it on Captain Rodney writing to the Boston advertiser on says there is the Maine which be Longs to and the which belongs to you no says the that uie Jib Boom always comes into what chewing gum prom the Cincinnati we have ii upon common report that chewing gum is a substance Well know to the Youthful part of to the qualities which i possesses at the time thai it comes from the confectioner Are All familial to the youngest of it seems a very attractive the reason for this is not so hard to find think Hoy much eating there is in i in proportion to actual Anc Cash but there is More in chewing gum Thau is dreamed of in juvenile one can easily comprehend the ingredients of but being would suspect that chewing gum is often Only a refined product of Petro Leum the time was when the Fra Grant Spruce furnished the most com Mon but this is no longer the familiar with the processes of refining Coal is aware that the Brown liquid which comes from the atone stage of its is strained through heavy Lineu the Residuum left after this operation is Brownish yellow Wax that smells that unpromising deodorized and prepared for appears in masses that weigh about one Hundred resembling of Long blocks of clouded it has no and no taste except what be once 10 any Wax in its purest it May be used for Many but it is not necessary to describe them the manufacturer of chewing Kum purchases these blocks ready made to his and once melts them to two Hundred pounds of Wax lie adds about thirty pounds of Aud gives the mixture a Fia Vor by the use of some essential As Lemon or and perhaps adds some col Ninn the melted mass is poured out upon a mar Ile slab and Cut in the various shapes Guowu to the Youthful epicure rarely he Somes so luxurious As to demand bal of of Tolu if he the manufacturer is ready for this which is obtained from South is at first in a almost fluid it is the product of a tree mown hold your for be name is worse Thau a whole Box f chewing to this Balsam is boiled by he manufacturer until finally it is brought to such a consistency that it an i run through it comes Lut in the shape of a Little slender of a Brownish yellow Vicli is Cut into each about to or two Aud a half inches the Balsam May sometimes be mixed with a less costly since its flavor s very the Balsam from the chicle rom Central is used in Nak lug what is known As snapping it is very ductile when worked and and the process of Naki Iier is similar to that of pulling the original gum exudes from be tree mid forms in a mass some Mes several munds in even i this natural it would be a very satisfactory substance to keep he Teeth at it cannot be worn first and Tell she and Coaz Longly the soft eyes and shyly dropped the modest head beside Bis Bat Tell have Yoa loved before or Oue or More t the eager sparkling face was rail of trusting Grace she did not be urls answer her King of men Bat Tell the Best and or am i first r be turned by eyes away yet closer still her band he nor answered yen nor nay a Blush confessed in one burning unheard a Nick came a burst of a tempest storm from april and my doubts and Fie beara her sigh Why should i care what loves Are so mine at last room fashions in dress do not vary More quickly than fashions in room Decora and every month shows some new device for the Bediz ening of our it is impossible for the people o adopt every novel Freak in the mater of room and the Best Ian is that they should choose the Deus that Aie the most suitable to heir taste Aud the most easily adopt d to their materials and Circum Stan we Are learning that houses to in attractive should be individual Aud we May rest assured that the fact that variety is charming is As True of his As it is of Many other if be is paying a Long round of Calls and Las the memory of six or seven draw no All pretty and but ii showing signs of having rather ice furnished with regard to the Asie of a fashionable upholsterer ban to that of their what a Elief it is to enter a room entirely where however bears the look of having been approved and chosen and arranged by be with a Fine Eye for Beauty of color form and a delicate instinct for Harmony of this Art of room a Augeni ent is one which saves much for a woman who owns it does not need to discard unfashionable fur Date which would be an eyesore in Many by her faculty of arrangement she Dis erns just the place where the angular Able will fit in Aud look Well and and in what Corner lie objectionable console will lighten he by its gleam of Mirror and gilding among the Many pretty notions Shieh have been lately introduced is Over the devices introduced or this purpose Are Stags convex Eagle masks if statues on Oval velvet and Veu clusters of japanese or Peacock the fancy of a Halfmoon shaped design Ancy of in Veuia Unk in a deep band of dark will be new to Aud would have u May Rich rooms a very Beautiful the arrangement of Blue China and shelves and brackets of ebonized in enamelled always look a plaster of frieze in Basso is Long As the door is will be effect Ivic in Many the ground if the frieze might even be coloured of a faint Green or so As to give it he appearance of a Wedgewood if you Bane a picture Over a do not let it Small water Olor sketch or anything of that o that its Beauty is entirely lost on any body under eight feet High the Ilc Tures that look Best Over doors tre the pieces of Flowers or their it is stated that Blaine touched 50 n the last of Grant was 57 ast Sherman was56 last Washburne was 63 in Conkling was 50 in Garfield s in Bis 4ttth Bayard was 51 in Thurman reached his 66th birthday in Hendricks was 60 in Tilden was 66 Asl Ami in the same month general Hancock was Seymour will he 70 in Washington was u his 57th year when he was first Aud had just entered his 66th rear when he left John Adams was til when be was Jefferson Madison in his 58th Monroe n his 59th and John Quincy Adams n Bis Jackson was 61 when chosen the first and therefore 65 when while he had reached Lis 70th year when he quilted Van Byren was 54 and Harrison 67 when they were while Tyler when he took office Bud just passed its 51st Polk was elected on almost precisely his 49th Taylor was not quite 58 when and Fillmore was in his 51st year when lie succeeded Pierce had not yet completed his 48th year when in was and he was the Junior of All who have taken the presidential except general Buchanan was elected in his 66th Lincoln in his 52d Aud while Johnson succeeded in Bis Here is an old German recipe for Lippi less wouldst thou be Happy for a get shaved for a go a wedding for a get a one Laddie horse for six build a Fine House for thyself for a whole marry a Beautiful Young woman for two inherit a Rich Uncle but if thou wouldst be Happy for All thy new York they hold their state convention my pre Younee emphatically for the new York Republican state convention was held at Trtica on the 25th general Arthur called the invention to senator conk was the Central figure it the opening and throughout the Charles of was made temporary chair upon reassembling after Smith was made permanent chair there Porto the committee on a solutions was called for and presented by who took the Tage and read As follows the republicans of the state of new to appoint Dele Gates to represent them in the nation i reaffirm the principles patriotic purposes of the Republican party heretofore declared Aud cited equally impressed Vith the responsibility now devolved Pon declare that the safety of he nation is again imperilled by viru but and unlawful efforts of the dem cratic party to overage and subvert Tate As represented by lie of its leaders in Maine and in several Southern there y Inte Diug to secure control of the eneral government by deeds of Vio ence and and in Defiance of the carefully constituted judicial author in the presence of these grave and threatening it is the duty f the Republican party of the n its United to meet and recent them and to this end the re us Hans of new mindful of Leir great responsibility in the com no presidential it must determined by the electoral vote of heir solemnly pledge o the republicans of the other states Weir ability to cast it for Ulysses we declare that in him we reims absolute Trust for Bis his Deluty to his Serene judgment and solid his varied sex and for the uniform Success iat has Ever attended his efforts in a curing the grandeur Aud Prosperity of our com Uon for these Aud because we Are satisfied that in him he North Anil decided 1 greets a candidate deserving of its we present him As entitled to the Suffrages of every patriotic we also declare that the objection to a third presidential term applies Only to a third consecutive and is utterly inapplicable to the selection of general who is and has been a private absent from the destitute of All presidential or official influence or and whose election must be by the free Choice of the unaided by those influences which alone give if any there to that objection there that the republicans of new York believe the renomination of Ulysses As a presidential of urgent Auto the delegates this Day assembled Are called upon and instructed to use their most Earnest and United efforts to secure his Foster moved to Amend that portion of the resolutions pledging the stale to by substituting the name of James Long continued a Delegate moved to strike out the name of Blaine and leave the delegation accepted the the question was then put on Fosters coupling Rose Aud was greeted with prolonged head dressed the his speech being similar in sentiment to the Reso enforcing strongly the Point that in the present above All other May be most safely entrusted with the affairs of the at the conclusion of his speech the question was taken by yeas and nays on Fosters motion to Amend the Resolution by de Claring in favor of the nominee of the Chicago whoever he May Aud resulted in the nays the resolutions were then a Delegate moved that in Case Grant is not nominated at the Del Ega Liou be instructed to vote As a unit conk Liue moved to Lay the motion of the presidential electors and a state committee were when the convention adjourned sine Radical Reform in says the ledge Standard at the recent meeting of the California of the Quincy school said that in that town they doll believe in setting in experienced teachers to teaching the youngest children they promote teachers to the primary they do not allow any teacher to Experiment on that which is most tender and most easily it he double the and experience to teach a child of five years that it does one of these statements Are commended to those persons who persist in say ing that the Quincy system has about it nothing which has not previously been in use elsewhere in this every where the beginners in the profession Are put into the and it is a Manifest inexperienced High school Mere have the preference Over trained professional and the schools Are suffering a Lea year a Young lady in Alful and All that sort of received Calls from three gentlemen the other and exerted herself to the utmost to entertain the time was spent most and in the course of the conversation the questions of Matrimony and Lea year privileges were and culminated in a proposal from the Young lady to one of the Young gentlemen a medical of course it was All in they agreed to be married at and one of the gentlemen of the party was called upon to perform the it happened that the gentleman who was called upon to tie the nuptial knot Wasa and the Groom threatens to place the marriage on while the Young Ledy feels to badly Over the matter that she has left the City to visit so much for joking on a serious a very weak Tenor in sine ing caused one of the gods to shout to an acquaintance across the what noise is that said i believe its the Gas Anta twin writhe pipe Floral facts and the Philadelphia press says the general Jacque Menot roses a come Down to 35 Aud 50 cents apiece and that a firs class opera bouquet can now be had for from to according to what has become of the Holdfast toned the pinks an the we used to see in a most every door Yard they Are gon and no one seems to know where 6 let us see a general return t first loves in this it woul indicate a moral Awakening in to right in new York during the Holiday wholesale dealers sold Jacque Mono roses at per which in former years Only brought cur rent Trade roses like the Douglass Bon at peas against a year ago which would indicate that the Flowe business is increasing in importance the use of Flowers is becoming a matter of everyday life in Philadel says the Aud Many people keep bouquets in the House All the while no dinner or supper party s Complete without a common ind pretty custom is to have on the dinner table a Basket or plateau Ellei with Small which Are Distri buted among the ladies when the tests at there in a Community of Small German florists who aise lilies of the Valley in Large Quan cities and sell them to commission by whom they Are Distri buted to various the pips re All imported from and Here is a import duty of 30 per m these florists also grow Jac Meme not carnations and the Garden Calendar for issued by the old reliable Henry at 711 Chestnut and furnished by at 10 contains ust what the Gardner wants to know t this season of the to it reliable Flower and vegetable seeds and Bow to Plant it is a Book f 136 and worthy of a place in very useful the Inni fallen at offer the Best in a cements to lovers of rare of by establishment of the kind with hich we have recently had an Deal roses is their and Weir plants Are the brightest and the est but they also Deal in most of the ther rare und desirable their rices about on half lower than lose of most of the Eastern bile their wares Are every bit As Send for which will e furnished in the cities they now keep Flowers n the Philadelphia press says Ilies of the Valley Bloom in this Lati Ude in May and june but the florists Ake the pips and pack them in ice r keep them in an icehouse until Ley want them to Bloom then put Lem into and so they Hsiug out in Bloom when they want flints he Way they grow the Flowers sum Ner and in the Winter they do ust the the pips into in hottest Corner of the or rce them in a pit heated up for their Wocial rosebuds tire also preserved on How the Earth was mapped popular science what these Early maps were we do not but Cau form a reasonable the Earth at that time was supposed to be a Flat circular or the broadest part being from East to which was entirely surrounded by an or great Riv that washed it upon All in about the Center of this Greece was supposed to be the great Central sea of the inhabited re Gion was the the farthest Point known at the West was the Straits of then called the pillars of the Southern comprised the North of Africa As advice to Young Burdette thus writes in to saw Foye and my Yon have to Whethe you handle a pick or a a wheel Barrow or a set of digging ditches or editing a ringing an auction Bell or writing funny things you must if you will look around you will see that the men who Are most Able to work Are the men who work the dont be afraid of killing yourself with my it is beyond your Power to do men cannot work so Bard As that on the sunny Side 01 they die but its because they quit work at six and Don it get Home until two its the intervals that my the work gives you an appetite for your meals it lends solidity to your slumber it gives you a perfect and grateful appreciation of a there Are Young men who do not Woi my son Young men who make living by sucking the end of a Cane whose entire mental development is sufficient to Tell them which Side of a postage stamp to lick Young men who can tie a Necktie in eleven differ ent knots and never Lay a wrinkle in and then would get into a weat Hill Street car to to Chicago who can spend More Money in a Day than you can earn in a my and who will go to the sheriffs to buy a Metal and apply at the office of he Street commissioner for a mar luge but the world is not it not know their name even it simply Speaks of them As old Soanes nobody likes nobody hates the Usy world Iloe Sut even know they re Aud at the great Day of res if they do not appear at certainly will not Ells them what it unless somebody for and what to i dont think Gabriel will miss hem or notice their and Ley will not be sent for or hugs will go of just As Well with it so find out what you want o be Aud my and take off our coat and make a dust in the the busier you Are the less evil try you will be Apt to get in sweeter will be your the tighter and happier your and the better satisfied will the world e with Par far As the deserts while the Region North embraced the countries Border aug upon the and an unknown hype Borean Laud farther to the with the Euxine Aud Caspian Sean at the the farthest Eastern Point known was about the Western limit of this was what would then be contained in a map As a representation of the the Sun was supposed to pass under Aud around this Flat which was then the Mode of account ing for the changes of Day and the space beneath was supposed to be a great called the abode of the spirits of the wicked among As the Region correspond ing to above the was the or abode of the the unknown Reiou beyond the pillars of Hercules was filled up with creations of the Fertile imagination of the to the Northwest and North were the a people living in perpetual darkness Aud the by a race supposed to be exempt from or who enjoyed life for a thousand years in u state of undisturbed to the West of Sicily were the enchanted is lands of circe and Aud the floating Island of a Little to the North of the pillars of Hercules was the Entrance to the infernal re sons and far out in the Western beyond the limits of the known was the Happy Region called a land of perpetual where a gentle Zephyr con stantly where tempests were and where the spirits of those whote lives Hail been approved by the gods dwelt in perpetual Felic were the gardens of the with their Golden apples guarded by the singing who dwelt on the River which was in the extreme and the position of which was constantly shifted As geographical knowledge in Spring the new Spring to serve for outside wraps with any retain their English they Are mostly skirted with the horizontal seam which joins the Waist and skirt directly at the Waist line instead of below they Are of medium As they Roughan Dready jackets to be worn with any Short rather than a for dress the fronts Are yet the revers Collar comes quite close to the Throat and the novel feature of these Coats is the curved front of the instead of the cutaway Bias slope worn last the Back is quite closely fitted by a Short Side is open in the Middle seam below the is folded or has a Lapel in the other has Square pocket flaps on the Waist and two Large but tons in the Sid form these it will be Are exactly those of a gentleman morning and the edges Are finished with machine or else turned up Aud faced like masculine the cloth used is Cheviot and English Homespun of Light qualities in Small checks and narrow stripes of Light Tan coach mans snuff Brown Pearl these Light colors will be greatly preferred to Black and dark and will be worn with dresses of almost any Large smoke Pearl buttons with eyes in the Centre Are used upon these Joseph Cook says there Are in reality seven Learned professions instead of the three ministry and Medicine of our grandfathers he classifies them thus a Scie Ceaud newly married it is the happiest and most virtuous tute of society in which the husband tul wife set out make their property together and with perfect empathy of soul graduate All their calculations and de res with reference to their present leans and to their future and Cote ton nothing delights Man More than to Uter the neat Little tenement of the Ozug people who within perhaps two r three without any resources their own knowledge of ave joined heart and and in aged to share together the response trials and Lasures of the industrious Ife is cheerfully employing her nails in Domestic putting her ouse in order or mending her Hus ands clothes or preparing the Din while perhaps the Little Darling to prattling on the floor or lies sleep in in the and everything lems preparing to Welcome the Hap est of husbands and the Best of Fil ters when he shall come Home from is toil to enjoy the sweets of his Little this is the True Domestic abundance and Bright prospects Are All but it has become u prevalent sentiment that a Man must acquire his Fortune before he marries that the wife must have no sympathy nor share with him in the Pursuit of which most of the pleasure truly and the Young married couple must set out with As Large and expensive an establishment As is becoming those who live been wedded for Twenty this is very unjust it fills the Community with wait ing to make their endanger ing promoting Rice it destroys tile True Economy and design of the Domestic and it promotes inefficiency among who Are expecting to be taken up by Fortune and passively sustained without any care or concern on their part and thus Many a wife As a gentleman once but a the specific for if the editor of the Chicago Tribune is not dangers Apeci Fie for intemperance is the most successful of remedies for the morbid de sire for intoxicating which is acquired after years of assiduous practice at the bar or Devotion to the private Medill is credited with the statement that this physician has cured some Aud there has not been a single instance of nor is there any secret about it is a preparation of fed peruvian bark Cinchona called by druggists Quill because it is taken from the twigs about the size of a Quill f the red a Pound of this Burk is Kiun ded Aud soaked in a pint of diluted and this is evaporated Down to a half a Tea spoonful of this is Given every three hours for two Days after the dose is reduced to a Quarter Teaspoon then to fifteen and ten the cure is effected in from seven to fifteen though in extreme cases thirty Days Are Medill says it is a remedy that has never been known to even in cases where excess has been carried to the Point of the cure in regarded As Complete when the desire Ami appetite for liquor have Digap and in the place of them aversion to All stimulants Springs the Only credit dauger claim in this matter is la discovering the nature and location of the disease called the cure of it by the use of peruvian according to the formula Given was purely and happened in Mary land a few years sowing Tomato James Turner in Jamestown i have always found it Best in pre paring the soil for Tomato seeds to have the dirt ready in the boxes at least a week before so that it will Settle Down and become More fit Ting to receive the seed than if it were put in when the dirt was i find that Leaf Mold and Good Garden about equal is very Good for starting the plants this can be procured in the Woods almost any by raking off the leaves around old logs or under Large any place where leaves have collected for a number of years and become rot it is Well to spread a Little Sand of top of the soil in the this will tend to keep the soil from crack ing after Ami it will also tend to keep the surface of the soil it is not Good policy to have the dirt too or to Force the plants too for earliness does not depend on the size of the Plant As much As it does on its to planting the seeds be careful not to put them deeper than half an and in heavy Roll not so after the seeds Are sown give the soil a Good watering with a Sprink and be careful nut to Wash them Aud Ion tallow it to become dry until the plants Are then water Only when they become pretty when they should have a Good soak but always with lukewarm these directions Are for those who in tend to grow in boxes on a Small for Home if Adam was the first person sin eve must have been the second person spoken a tramp went into a Nevada hotel and said fill me up with whisky and have some fun with the Quality of mercy is Ami for that reason the milk of human kindness should not Beski fumed a subscriber to the heralds Irish Relief fund exclaims May a mouse never leave your cupboard with u tear in his shall i hereafter darn your nos is said to be the fashionable a Gnage for a Young lady to use when making a Lea year feed my the master said but Cowley never crammed them it was himself the Shepherd fed As for the slammed a Tennessee Man can so perfectly Mitatsu tile sounds made by two dogs engaged in fighting that he can Call a Beer Aphis congregation out of Church n three nothing new about this spelling re Chaucer practice in 136s wrote Ful Wel she Sang the service do Vine Emu Ned in her nose Ful those who complain of the High Urlce of the opera in this country will pen their eyes at the statement that eats Are Selling at the grand opera House in during thu present engagement of at Aud receives per George Augustus Sala expresses lie belief that the sleeping car wan invented for the purpose of keeping eople How knows it was invented for the purpose of in Tignini the trav Eler out of three dollars a be sides a gratuity to the buddhists claim that their religious Law forbids the taking of no matter of what order of is sacred Aud i ingot he taken without entailing upon the cruel executioner the severest retribution hence the siamese arc theoretically decidedly averse to taking animal nearly three Hundred million postal cards were used in the United states last they Are made at holy by a private under the general supervision of a government the work is nearly All done by even to count ing and putting them up in packages of what do you think of my new dear said she theother even ing after of my perfectly Haiti without looking up from his then she began to Aud said she thought if he thought feet were so dreadfully Large he Tell her of there Are female authors in two thirds of them Are in lives of the and one third of of those born in the pro Vinces a majority come from the about writers out of the write novels or stories for the while Are Aud Flo themselves to educational devote a Man at chose a seat in the Crotch of a sixty Reet from the As the place to com Mit suicide by Pat Malo Ney read this and then re marked that was a Fine he Cood shoot himself to Deth wid the an thin kill himself by falling from the an Itz a bral Yunt Brane that Mon Sidney Lanier in about to pub Lish a treatise under the the science of English designed both to set Forth the theory of eng Lish in a new Aud True to general Aud by use As a text Book to combat the errors of the old prosody in the higher schools and it is said to lie by far tile most ambitions and Radical contribution which has been made in years to this Branch of literary about four years Samuel cad of upper i ticks sold a horse to a Man in Phil on last Friday morning the name having escaped from his Philadelphia travelled thirty trotted up the Lane of his former and went into his old this is regarded As a wonderful proof of seeing that so Long a time had elapsed be tween the animals Sale and his re antagonisms of scientific and theological though is lie i tweet of two lectures just delivered at new Haven by professor of Harvard and now issued in permanent form in Charles a Scribner in the preface to his published a few years describes himself As scientific and in his own a Dar Windau a convinced and an acceptor tit the Creed commonly called the Nias the exponent of the Chris Tian badgering Ben general biography of Ben now Adelphia cells the among other anecdotes in the Phil following of War horse Douglas continued to Badger Waile in the sometimes getting the better of hut often getting roughly until worn out with defending determined to become the attacking soon afterwards the Little giant was bewailing the Lute of the nation and picturing the and condition one would be in if the free re lilith having worked himself up into u and when he was at the highest Wade arose in his Aud with indescribable what Are you go ing to do about it for a was surprised and Duin foun and then attempted to proceed but the pith was knocked out of his and the senators could Only smile at his Douglas sat Down in he afterwards observed that interrogatory of wades was the most effective speech he had Ever heard in the confound the he it was so ridiculous and put so comically i knew not what answer to and became ridiculous myself in not be ing Able to Tell what i was going to do about and thus was coined a query that has been current Ever the childrens the following Little notes Cut from the new York famine fund contribution list Tell their own tale of childish love Aud Trust i Pend you All i for the poor Irish i who i had says master neddie of water i am Only a grandpa gave me to buy a doll but i would rather you would Send it to Ireland with your big so that some dear Little Irish baby can buy itself a few cause i like taters better than writes Little Jennie will you please Send the enclosed to the poor suffering children of from a Little girl who is very sorry for them says Little Lottie e please find enclosed the sum of the savings of my Little Sisters and Brothers and Francis aged nine years six years three and five the hungry children in

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