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Greenville Advance Argus, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1879, Greenville, Pennsylvania F editor proper hv1ckv thou Day merger november number Job a Necton with the Advance Dickey 129 dealers is run notary col main c attorney at Law and f noway in office Over first a 018 by get ready Fob the holidays eare bargains m attorney at Offley u a Lukiine All punctually attended f attorney at office first main ii up in Alness Kidik attorney Neil counsellor at office in pack clock main ool Amis in tills Gnu r Justice or the of lir Ilii goodwins main a instrument of writ lug r is promptly attended Job tace of the peace w floor ainu due work of Poulte the All new Ritins promptly is 01 s in Mercer a Agency of the by Mann h Mutual fire him Nance 9i of at Bottom galvanized Iron Cornice window Caps Packard Mammoth Stock of Blaine of written for the adva Jice when treason dared to lift Bis Imp Lons prompting Hells legions wildly to rejoice when Hill presumed to raise his shame less and say that Brave secession want in balls of oneness rising to proclaim the Southern mind and spirit still the same declaring rebel to actors to be and Only yielding to Superior twas then Brave took the and thundered words Bat echoed Brough the land denouncing traitors and their guilty evoking from All Loyal hearts in words of truth Ami Are he fearless and rebel logic into fragments broke their base designs and measures he por they stood insolence was when speech or is waiting the conclusive to bring to Light some wicked of the Pine tree is just the surgeon and a Pruner main Anil water 748 kill Cook Ford such Csora to Howell 4 Kopki Stoks of Excelsior Carriage Tir c f office West Side by lose in City drug office and i Iii Iii Urs list of Union school Unildo 1 Mriln Mcka physician and off re in Bat tigers us Beer successfully phys clan Ulerv Over Trio Greenville 1 and canal t Lauk physician and sur of Floc Corner o and House fubn1sh1ng goods main to close Odt our business by manufacturers of Fie we Are now building for the summer urge Stock of firs class buggies and we have workmen in each depart of Tio we Are in receipt of the Vert Esul irn styles on motto is v i in a tale and h h sent thu of lace in Packard Liivik Himin Teeth inserted on i n i by the t with tinfoil and Cera enu 1 Ion to extracting i of Partl Culi in in ii Linn executed carefully jul or attention of Yang the sex of try o All k for p 1 to Lyslof we to that offer rare Burnal Nln All our lines of in addition to the Arll cles already Ohio Silver plated hollow treble plated knives Forks table Wood Willow Ware come buy yourself Bich Packard commercial posted in All the of the always prepared the proper thing to More than a match for Paob who to grapple with want might bold to encounter each audacious Alert to Parry every a Leader unused to trick or whose magic a trance ores the in seventy six the victim of a ring that mischief making to lug Blaine was the genral Choice of Loyal Mong such the nominee of nine in ten i Hall faithful Champion of the Joy of the Talisman of True to each on duty still intent our Orant Well Muke thee president i John Deatly of the pm can who drove sixteen Miles in twelve to get Anny from a Barstnar Oil train in lost in died John formerly Engineer of the Oil Creek Aud Well known in Railroad circles for the race he Hac with a burning Oil train on the Road Between May Ville Aud this Story has been printed but we give it Here in connection with David sons As Many of our readers probably never saw on the night of augus 17 1869 started out from Summit Bra Tiou above for Brocton with a Box car containing two racing horses and their keepers next to the six loaded Oil cars and two passenger cars in the Davidson had started the and i bad attained Good when he discovered flames issuing from one o the Oil he whistled Down and the coaches were cd Loose from the Oil which wer quickly uncoupled from the Box car the Engineer then pulled of Down the Bill to get out of the reach of the burning in order to save the locomotive and the Box in which wer the horses and he suppose the Bru Kemen would put the Brake on the Oil but in the excite Meu this was not and they follow the gaining headway every before the Erginee had taken in the the o cars every one of them now dashing upon him around a they crushed into Box tart aug it was not yet twelve minutes past James Kee Davidsons was killed bout three years he was on is engine when he saw a child play us on the track some distance he ran out to the Pilot reaching ver caught the child and tossed it to be Side of the he lost his in front of in and was crushed to and oath in Cincinnati Hooker was a Good Massachusetts whose genial life bad made Nroa son Bis discipline and very Independent men Are Apt to be Oose men a want of restraint in speech and spirit is often found in the same Tern Jerameel yet this me often discover Othef the Juick Estand express it it la rom ourselves we prophecy Joe Hoover Zajf that rom the Way his mental qualities at tended upon each was Call a it Ess qualified to see then no Ijadi Atiim for a Mau whose was almost who and Whol Wal came curve All work War 35 opposite Roberts wholesale and betau 199 Wain the old established meat Ben Sellers cough 50 years before the Public tickling Sei Over a million bottles sold within the last few Relief wherever has the it gives Power to i ie1 Oller wherever part Benent thut Zannol be had ourt now in Sola Sellers liver pills for curing i i Irin Man shop h 728 Mirk give i n by 9161y main by the lowest useable prices knocking in one end of singularly neither that nor any of the moving cars was thrown from the track by the the Engineer and firemen could have escaped All dauger by abandoning the As Davidson said when asked afterwards Why he did not pursue that they had Worth of the company property in their and they were deter mined to save it if Accord ing to the engineers Story of the in he saw that there was to be a race for life Between with his and the flaming under no the heat was Davidson pulled the throttle valve wide and he declared that they flew Down the eight foot Grade so fast that the engine could not the keepers in the car next the Oil cars climbed up to the opening in the end of the and with faces As Pale As death begged the Engineer to give her More they could see the blazing Oil care through the broken end of their and it seemed to Terni that they gained at every turn of the the Engineer said that when he struck the Sharp curves at the lightning Speed at which he was he expected that his in Bine would leave the track and be hurled Down the Mountain 1 he night was very the engine thundered along faster than any in Cine Ever ran in this country before o since through Woods and deep Rock Yno and debated with his and gulled Public the Battle of Deveja Pines and fair Oaks had just the of which fell on that bold old regular and 8011 his Jimmu Mug but unflinching Sedgwick and after that Battle Hook echoed by who was a Quad impatient that me Clel Lnu was a in a while Little Juwa attacked ill the divided Stuart Hail Ridden quite around his Carniv and spied its open be was terribly driven Back of the Aud had not the Hardi Good to attack after his Fine Field com Manders Hud made Malvern Hill a butche House of nor did he attack after his Only following Battle of Hooker was a critic he got plenty of it Back in his habit of talking followed him to the West n and put Grant Aud Sher Man against him after Liau cell Orville he retained command until the a great a Tiou relieved and Gettysburg was fought by general who was so amiable and i Isle of Send that it became a Victory of the different corps and their Reynolds and tar great army of the so often sacrificed y Mush Aud Bohe severally represented by Burnside and Mcclellan was Burnside was Loyal to any and Joe Hooker was Good to this Day Mcclellan is the Southern hero in the As Joe Johi Ahtou is the Northern hero in the both having dope so Little dam age to their the genuine in Burn Side and Hooker was always separated from their Gross and All were moderately had Hooker settled Down somewhere Small As in new Jersey or Rhode he could have gone in the semite or been governor but a gentle lady of deep seeing instincts gave him the Best office of a husband he became the possessor of a a mature and yet Virg Luar she saw in the boy Tonique divorce chief Justice Carrier the other Day rendered a decision in the divorce Case of which had been considered by the court of the District of Columbia in photography May reproduce the but if photography could catch no types could express that Peculiar Lala totter of his and those expressive tones which Combine to make still More marked a decision that even without their assistance is he we have presented in this Case a petition for divorce by a husband against Lis wife on the ground of and if the testimony is to be he testimony is ample As far As the dereliction of the wife is through a protracted period this bus band and wife have been in a pro rated and and perpetual their Intercourse has been marked by the lowest Vul Garity and Contention that can be and no one that has Ever bad a Christian education could Bear 10 what has been their uniform language to each this condition of things appears to us to make it utterly that they should live it is not Only incompatibility of but it is incompatible with the Public peace that they should live incompatible with the neighbourhood incompatible with Public decency that Uliey should live we believe that the testimony in the ease justifies the court in Grant ing a divorcees the woman but it also shows that the husband dont deserve a divorce or anything we find on the one hand that the wife carried a and that the husbands when we they met who Leet the year was and mid Tae blown omani Broukha they line other Birds their tale of Lake other Birds they wandered free in under Sun be or Busty or or fanlight of they wandered and loved the brained with their Wengi the morn and sped the like other when an land sure it Ronld never be the they went alone Thor separate with half a smile and half a As Winter Noura go like a Melody a scent of softly they when the year was Young s twill never Home bar part Fagot Ftp for Gibaut is the Blaines and the cd Locaco inter when Blaine was a boy his who was living in Washington coun y sent him Over Here to go to he lived in senator e wings and slept with Young Tom in he House next to of the Tom and he were Aud stole apples together in the Orch Ards on the Hill East of the court Blaine lived Here two was prepared for College at Lancaster and when he left entered Jefferson after gradual Lon he drifted into Kentucky school and Kentucky him Hie very excellent As gave from mint voice from tie i Grants reception in Chicago on the Lily was a veritable ovation in reply to the mayors address of Wel and gentlemen of the committee of gentlemen of of Illinois much honoured by the Welcome in lab i am receiving at from Kentucky he wandered off to Maine As an and became fam Ous from that Vantage when Blaine was Gump Tec Imp Seh Sherman was at West John was a big boy at i waa wandering about town this evening and met As i asked him a question about the Sherman he sat Down to did you know John Sherman when he was a boy i be sure i Ive t your hands bored by the pledge of life was in but turn round we debate whether the husbands life of Ghent to be in they ought not to live nor with anyone and we can not by our action give them the Opportunity to inflict themselves on any other As they might if we granted a divorce a Vincolo we have concluded that these Par ties ought to be separated for considerations of Public peace Hud Public Aud neighbourhood for if they lived together any longer they would outrage All of these Aud infect the Community though it is not we win Grant a divorce mensa it and remand the Case to the special term to inquire into the could Ilioiu of the r Anil of the children of this and to we if any Means can be devised to use the substance of these parties to take care of their Are the Only persons in this matter whom the court has any feeling they Are utterly by the authors of their and it either of the counsel for these parties is Here he May draw an order to that i feel highly Houi Welcome which has been uttered by your worthy which is some thing so personal to myself that it would hardly be in Good taste for me to respond to the language of and it nothing forme to do but to convey my thanks to this com Mittee of citizens of this oily for the Hearty reception which they have Eiven to the allusion to my reception abroad i will say that in every ease i Felt thai it was a Tamir own i will tribute to our that our country stands differently abroad in the estimation of european and Eastern nations from what it did a Quarter of a Century ago an Amer ican citizen now is regarded in a Dif Ferent Light from the american citizen of a Quarter of a Century at that timely was believed we had no nation it waa merely a confederation of states tied together by a rope of to give Way upon the slightest they John from the Spry Beld it is Well known that Wei tier dislikes to sit even for a but i went to see the telling him frankly the of act of his but i Don t want a picture of said slut have found it they know we ha1 was a grand mistake now a nation that we Are a spirited prodigal a though one not Well folded by locality and in that dear in the Sui of woman she died to save Bis life when paralysis intervened soon after alas we throw away in on Wanton the treasure which la meant to last life through and gild old age with yet a tenderness settled around the widower and Crip pie Joe he became the pet 5f his years after his wife 8 decease were the Best of living u retirement on the sea Girt Shore o Long he met Hia death Sud As from the playfully stud lying the campaigns in which he i know answered people want this nonplussed Aud he do you believe it i never nation of Strong and intelligent and Brave capable of judging and knowing our rights and determined on All occasions to main Tain them against either Domestic or foreign foes Aud that is the reception you a nation have received through me whilst i was our late Gen Grant also addressed Bis old of the army of the Tennes closing with the following magnanimous sentiments such a country is one to be proud i am proud that i am an Ameri can every East and enjoys com Mon and should therefore feel an equal i am glad the society meetings keep up so Long after the events in a they have passed they do not serve to keep up sectional feeling or bitterness toward our late but they do keep up the feeling that we Are a and that it must be one we feel Aud maintain that those who Nowd an that a Long sort of a boy was John he a Likely no one Evern Pelej much of himself As he a quiet Aud want up to much s port but Gump he was alters great on Nav no a Good if i was to have nicked out any one on pm to have teen a big Man i should have said who was a died not souk i Cleveland he was the likeliest of the did Yon know Blaine when he was a boy Here to be sure i i seen him Here the miser is original theat a matchless in which there Are no a sur Cingle should be worn by a miss people who give tone to society rarely give anything the trouble it this country is not so much that we cannot raise Rottee As that we cant Settle men show their character in uth ing More clearly than by what they think castoffs stovepipe Cut in slices makes very handsome bangles for it just Gail Hamilton thinks the Only housework some girls do is when they begin to dust around after painted belts Are to directly so that most ladies will have to be labelled look out for the family says resembles an Oyster on the the Shell is known at soft Side land office architect a Stair building in a its Gese Rii 6rocer proves ii 157 main a bran new shop Solomon who has lao or for 3 i Jap of Carriage ironing he proposes to to n und Chubb prices m heating stoves ugh Hiques the horses were stamping and Lefe Hiitt a Ltd terror the car and Only a few feet in the rear was the Oving mass of flame Rushiti Down the Mountain meteor the Blaze from the of Gallons of burning Oil was More than sixty feet in Aud lighted us the Woods and rocks and crooked mad for the whole heavens and from Brocton the sight of the great apparently through the now hidden for a second by a Cut o a Pace of and then leaping out Urain and up toward the sky like a is described As having been awful in its the idea of Engineer Dav Sou was to Call for opening of the switch for him at Brocton so that l run on to the Lake Bhore dealers is the annual report of the general land office has been handed into the Secretary of the it shows that during the fiscal year ending june 30th acres of lands were disposed and acres were in addition to acres previously the total number of acres of Public Domain still is about one thousand Aud eighty one the disposals were mainly As follows Homestead entries acres Timber culture acres Cash acres including acres under the desert Laud Grants to acres swamp lands patented to acres other Grants to acres the amount of land surveyed during the last fiscal year exceeds by acres the total area surveyed in the preceding twelve and while the report shows a falling of some acres in Cash state scrip locations and lauds patented for Railroad the increase in area taken up by settlers under the Homestead and Timber culture Laws has been not Only to counterbalance this fall ing but to make the aggregate disposals for the year greater by acres than the total for the previous year the increase in Homestead entries was acres and in Timber owing thought of such a Par Ker wished to appoint a Day for a sit ing asking the poet to own but the repugnance was again stirred and he said but dont to there Are enough pictures of me and who will care to preserve any painting of me that not a question for you to de said the some when it will be too they will get together some of those old photographs floating about the which you now and they will Patch together a painting which they will hand Down to posterity As something that will not look any More like you than a Crow Aud you ought nol to allow it this presentation of the Case staggered and he said who i never looked at it in that Light so the Day was appointed for a the Day but not two months after Parker an swered the studio Aud Whit tier stepped in with the salutation Are you ready for me for common we claim for them the right to travel All Over this Broad land and select where they please the right to Settle because and their political and religious convictions free from molestation or either on account of them or their connection with the we Aak nothing More for and would rejoice to see them become powerful rivals in the development of our great in the acquisition of All that should be desirable in this and in Patriot ism and in the love of our Only the Oiler and id Knowd him of id asked him in he was Jim Blaine All Jim was a wild like ump How he did Cut up exclaimed Ibe old menu Wilh theres lots of folks Here who knows Jim lie Saint been Back Here much Neith and it was Surprison the Way he Knowd everybody he haunt seen for years the Little Napoleon the As men learn More of Napoleon the smaller and smaller does he perspective was needed to bring out his real de Bem sats memoirs Promise to do something to aet the world in regard to the murder of the due she relates thai of the evening before ii occurred she noticed that Joaephine was unusually and remarked 11 while driving Wilh the reason for she was Lylial Bonaparte had sent an officer to the Frontier to arrest the and that Josephines entreaties that the Dukes life should be spared had been in Bonaparte had answered women must not Iule Fere in such on the following Day at dinner Bonaparte remarked that de Remusat looked very and asked her Why she had not put on there Are two he which Are becoming to women Rouge and he seemed in very Good and joked Wilh his wife with More Freedom than next morning the news reached Jose Phine that All waa Over with the he had behaved with great Aud refused to have his eyes Only begging the soldiers he thinks for a then writes for a Day or he is a melancholy and loves to play the latest fashion in ear tabs is to have Black velvet Caps for the with the Monogram of the wearer embroider Eil in Gay coloured silk on the the Tong Blest thing we have heard about any candidate for office in this Section is that he got his poker chips cashed after he experienced the owner of Par Ole finds that he cannot bring the valued at which his horse into this country without pay ing duty on daily bulletins of current with lists of books pertinent to the Are Hung up in the Hartford Public this is done Loen courage the rending of instructive Henry Labouchere a part proprietor of the London daily As owner of London truth his profits last year were More than he was to Edmund y a to Are y innately i ready for Parker had a joke and of the evening of the and he answered is right Whittier was rest less and silent and remained about three quarters of an the next time he staid but As he is not communicative Parker worked not wishing to annoy the at the next sitting Whittier was interested in the and left his chair frequently to inspect this time he remained contentedly for hours and talked bonnets and the millinery this season assumes More original and interesting forms than while no words can con vey an adequate idea of the exquisite colors and texture of the the velvets and the rib Bons and All Woven stuffs in millinery be Cociu Ruu m culture where the Grade was exist aug Laws for the disposal of and where he could soon get oof for and urn Thiel College of the s7ahseuoal let theban show wholesale and weetau 180 main Heilman contractors and where he could soon get the Way of the burning cars through their having lost the propelling Power of the decline of the Summit that the pm Connau express on the Road would be due at he Junction Davidsons engine reached to add to the terror of the a West bound Lake Shore freight train was at that moment run to pass the Junction before the of the there was thing to and that was to whist e for the and take the dances of the freight getting out of insure being flagged plans tenth Collock intr begun 11 til we Etc Adu Resh principal facade Ohio Green practical Gas and steam fitter All trl All w s of pipe done to order Ixo Nuoi Ripe r Al to give promptly attend we work shop tit Jsn Iron houses for f have two or three Good houses Wren my Shcang March and the express the o be the Engineer must have been seen from Brocton knew that he mus by the Light of the burning Oil in his Lite or death race Down the and that the Railroad men to the peril he Situ Public Lan Ber culture it is shown that during the last fiscal with goods in a1 come in changeable or if solid in Are Woven with a glistening and sheeny surface that is indescribably the fancy feathers also Are Richer and More a negated than and the Ostrich tips and plumes Are frequently shaded in a novel and most effective manner following the society banquet the general made still another speech in the course of which he perpetrated h As follows we have also a very great Advant age in being without neighbors to molest or make it is we have the Northern Frontier and the Southern and we get along with a Small keeping no stand ing what Little we have is not a standing army because it has no time to stand a voice Fob the Toombs the Chicago news having invited the governors of various states and prominent Southern men to Send in its congratulations on general Grants received a number of in Cludius one from another from Long and the following from Robert Toons Tel Ceram i decline to except to present my personal congratulations to Grant on Hir Safe arrival in this he fought his country and won i fought for mine and i am ready to try it Over death to the Robert a Paradise for correspondence of the Montreal the country All through Northern Minnesota abounds in lakes and Lake lets from on eighth of a mile to ten and twelve Miles in and there Are said to be ten thousand of them nol Louliss general who played the principal part in the arrest and was richly re warded by always distrusted him and once his presence disturbs me i do not like the recall Wollons he awakens in of the Day after the execution Napoleon was silent during but when the repast was he As if answering at any they know now what i am capable and it u to he hoped they will leave me he spoke Aboul various French Kings Henry he was not a Grea for he wanted a Sovereign must not be it is foolish to remind people that one is a Man like Alexander the great showed a True political instinct in tracing his descent from a Yates Edward Eggleston says in nope Rod previous to our own could it be said that the greatest English writer of English prose wan a this distinction fairly belongs today to George the great George who was a staunch sup Porter of local once offered to Auy one who would produce a cose of a Teet Taler Conville of a crime accompanied with the Reward was never eighteen of the Stales have civil damage liquor their provi Sions Are the making dealers responsible Pecunia Rily for All harm resulting from the Sale of alcoholic new and Illi Nois have statutes precisely general Beatty said to senator Chandler not Long i would like to see you president you Are the sort of a Man we need just no he i Hope ill never get tilt presidential k is sure men recover from the Small and yellow but they never get Over the presidential postal of from All there were received sources less by than the amount received during the fiscal year ending june vegetable wonders in or Mart Mitchell raised cabbages this season so Large that they cannot be forced into a barrel without half Lue Stephen Daniel raised some of the Boss one was Nineteen inches in soon whistled for open Swit he and at is do Wooods groceries office the canal Bee Bis Foreman then bade each other and awaited Ibe the fight train gained the siding out of heir the switch was and they on up the Lake Shore rack past the depot and through the Vul take and were soon out of the Way of the burning the latter Grad a to a Stop the engine Aud were stopped within a Hun Dre Yards of the Lake Shore which was both late and when Davidson and his fireman found they were out of danger they on their the Oil Unks burned for three hours after were tue most Forta circumstance of the whole affair we the uncoupling of the passenger can from Tbell cars at the Summit they were filled with and if they had remained with the Burn ing tanks would have been wrapped in flames in a very Short and Sere would have been no escape for is from a most horrible last nine Oclock when Davidson pulled out from Mayville when be was Takra from grew fifteen inches above the surface of the ground Aud fort five making altogether sixty inches in who can beat this Hartford a pumpkin that weighs ninety five six feet in circumference and Twenty two inches in has been sent to this office by Henry Dearing Ici coloured and variegated and Fine Cut Jet beads and ornaments Are used on and Gold and Silver braids and steel and variegated jewel Orna All play their part in the work of Bonnet and hat but while these Dressy and elaborate bonnets and hats Are worn for ceremonious in full Toilette simplest kind of head Der Sequestri Gennesare worn by Young ladies on All Ordinary with Little or no trimming on while their mammas Wear Plain Felt trimmed Only with Plain Satin or bands of Plain silk or and but one modest or perhaps two Ostrich Quad Winter who lives on Green or who lives near the brought us a radish recently which beats anything in that Hue Ever seen or heard of it is about sixteen inches in circumference and four and a half to five Inch sin diameter at the and five feet six inches if Stan Craddock or any other Mau can beat this vege let them be heard from at hark Twain on at the banquet of the army of the recently Given in and at which Grant was Mark Twain responded to the Toast on his As Long As you Are in your right dont von Ever Pray for because twins amount to aint any Hie f in the and a Large proportion of them Are said to abound with fish and those who have travelled through it Tell me it is a perfect Para Dise for sportsmen Large parties of gentlemen from other As Well As from Europe and the visit this Section annually in Pursuit of game and and health As consequent upon such Pur the first evening i arrived one of these sportsmen came into the followed by two carrying strings of comprised mainly o but with a few Prairie Pheas chickens and and a few Woodcock but the weight of the irame of which there must have been Over two Hundred and fifty was of the Mallard with a few red Heads and and Here and there sprinkled through the string was a Green Wizig or a Teal or these were the result of one Days shooting from one the Birds Are easily reached who Are a Chandler senator Zach in a characteristic talk with a reporter at Cleve a Little while before Hia said the Western Reserve is a curious if i dont get Home pretty i Shant have anything Ive lost already nearly everything i had when i came Down at a town they Call Akron some fellow stole my hat and left this thing hold ing up a dilapidated Down Here on one of your narrow gauge railroads i lost my Gold beaded which 1 have had for Twenty but worst of while i was t i lost my ii was rather i Lave found it out if John Beatty Ladent told you see i was speak no there in the open and the wind troubled me by blowing the lit be pieces of paper on which my notes to i took out my Jackknife Aud Laid it Down on the paper to pre vent and what do you think Phat is a Strong Temperance Community and there i talked for two hours with the Back of that knife toward the with a Corkscrew in Plain it showed that it had Yeeu i might gel Back my and possibly some one will repent and return my Cane but my charac Ter in that Community is gone the Winter from Ehr Lohn for thu 1 Winter 04 new Gray gloves Are Blue new Rit Cules Are Square Aud Plain velvet cloaks will again be coloured Street wraps Are again Fash Large and Small bonnets Are equally chem settes and inside kerchiefs Are Angelu la Many walking costumes Are made with a jacket ficus of All sizes and in every imaginable shape Are Flowers Are As much used for Garni Tures of evening dresses As the Corsage bouquet of the moment is one or several Large red Turc Satin both very Light coloured and very dark costumes for Street Wear Are in Edlum and dark Shade kid gloves will be especially fashionable for full a Many fabrics and accessories now enter into a Bonnet As into the most elaborate Lam Requin panzers and Tollers must be very ample nud carefully draped to look tin tendency of the Oil Fure it tills it there i difference Between trip hta sixteen Miles the a jury in the York City court and when judge Mccune inquired How do Yon gentleman the Foreman replied your there Are six of us on one lets and an called Forth shouts of in conclusion be alluded u the future presidents Aud historians who Are now lying in and said in still one More Cradle somewhere under the Flag the Fostore illustrious commander Inch Lef of the american armies is so Little burdened with his approaching grandeur and responsibilities to be his mind to trying to find some Way to get his big toe into his an achievement which ill stolons guest of to evening turned Bis attention u some fifty six years and four on the Oiler sides and one didst one is on both Aud spectators were convulsed with but the Foreman enable to see the a paper in the neighbourhood of Rochester advertises a Church Pew for commanding a Beautiful View of nearly the whole if child is but a prophecy of the there Are mighty few who will doubt that he succeeded i it Tosolin business and everything else la the Man whom you help to Bort up the not Only forgets to tons you Down some of the but is As Likely Sot Topel Tayou with the no experienced in hooting and so abundant Are they that you can get a Brace of splendid Mal in prime condition for thirty or a dozen Brace for travelling Virginia City Many of our readers have doubtless Beard of the famous travelling stones of similar curiosities have recently been found in which Art described As almost perfectly the majority of them As Large As a and of an irony when distributed about upon the to or other level within two or three feet of each they immediately begin travelling toward a common and there lie huddled up in a Bunch like a lot of eggs in a nest a single removed to a distance of three and a half upon Belg released at once started with wonder inf and somewhat comic Al to join its Fellows taken four or five feet it remained to the cause of these stones her is doubtless to be material of which they beautify your a very unique vase can he made in the following manner take a lamp Chimney with a scalloped put Gilt bands at top and Bottom in the Center with glue put a medallion or Spray of paint tha inside a Light Blue or if Jou wish to use the vase for ii a wide mouthed bottle and place inside the which should stand on a mops grasses und ferns Are quite pretty in this another pretty ornament take a round and make a Lam Requin of Blat a pressed flannel or ladies cloth put in or any other fanciful Large figures of Bright Creyonne can be and each Edge should be defined with stitching in different coloured Between Points Are Tassel made of the same material As the Lambre with a beading of it takes six of Ulieno figures for a stand Lambre harpers Young we count it the Best news of the week that Harper 4 Brothers Are about to begin the publication of a moment is towards classic simplicity and old greek Singapore silk is the new name for a soft bilk in Rich ii Elimere colors and used for millinery some foreign fus Blou journal say that dresses with but one skirt will certainly be worn this Winter in heu by two Aud three bands of narrow rib Bon Are worn around the Waves of Baudel hair that Are worn with the greek Coil at corsages opening Low in in shawl or heart or Square a la Are fashionable for women of All a Novelty in evening Drehs fabrics is White Toile or boars a heavy Al Wool dotted in raised Fine Gray and Mastic shades of Chinchilla mid Beaver Plain and Are again used for and the crowns of some Plush bonnets seem to be composed entirely of Jet beads the embroidery actually cover ing completely the lace on which the design Squirrel continues to he the popular fur the bands with which fur lined garments Are trimmed All around this Winter Are of Stone or Alaska and All the usual trimming to which is now added grecian Chin a and extremely Dressy clipped that bids fair to he very in general we May say the styles for the coming season Are especially and the revival of changeable or shot satins and brocades and the introduction of Gold and Oil ver threads weekly journal for boys and to be called harpers Yonng whatever the irs Doat All they Loiou Awa Tara rolling i found in Togetti i the i 1uuuu Are which appears to be Lods Tonet or magnetic Iron Are sure to do and there is sore need of such a periodical As this one is certain to the Mission of the new publication will be to fight the Devil of pernicious juvenile literature upon his own ground and with Bis own and greatly while its influence will be As positively for Good As theirs is for hoops Are coming into fashion hoops Are things to put around women to keep Thorn from bursting with into Many of the richest dress and the revived form in which Cut Jet and variegated beads have been repro Render fashion this year a gorgeous and Beautiful the baling a Philadelphia widow bos lost 000 by marrying a second one of the clauses of her first husbands will ran i give und bequeath to my wife the interest of the sum of of my to be paid to her Semi annually Lor and during All the term1 of her natural if she shall so Long remain my in Case her the interest of the said sum after he decease or As the Case May i give the said of together with All the res Idue add remainder of my estate to my the and her father inlaw by the first marriage brought a suit for judge Ashman no Nam has decided that the wife ceased with her

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