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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - April 26, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaThe in. B. , proprietor. Montrose pa., Wei a Day april 26, 1871. Yoli me xxviii number 37 r a Thutt a a mfg Crossnol so Baldwin attorneys of err tuft store of we. J. Mol Orn on Public Arenac Jiun trom a. W. Claw Ioner. B. L. Xxi Wui. Montrose March 1,1871. A a and. Vijil How a Patin cps rare tax Axi it so Tojo get. No Peirona Nentl looted Bianca of in Montne pm where he Fin prompt Foj St tent to alies Luln his profession with which to May be fkr ored. Office and residence treat of the court Fiji sear Fitch a Watson s office a Montrose 8,1871. Law office for scr amp wat90n, attorneys at Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch. Montrose. A. . ,�?T7l w. V. Watson. Charles n. Stoddard Desler in Boot and shoes. Hats and Caps. Leather and findings main Street 1st door below Boyd s store. Work made to order and repairing done neatly. Moti trove Jan. 1,1870. Littles amp Blakeslee attorney and counsellor at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by it. B. Amp q. P. Little on main Street Montrose a. April 20. The. B. A talc. 00. P. It tit. T. U atm Mut be Mck a is. C. C. Fachot w.4i. Acc or. fac rot St co. Dealers in dry goods clothing ladles and misses Fine shoes. Also agents for the great american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose a. 1, 0, Lewis Knoll braving and i air dressing. Shop in the new Poa Toffee nil Dong where he will be found ready to attend All we Otway want anything in his line. Montrose a. Oct. 13, 18cd. P. Reynolds auctioneer sons dry Good and also attends at Venn is. All order left at my House will receive prompt attention. Oct. 1, Isotti o. Id. Hawley dealer in dry goods groceries crockery. Lur Dware Ilai Cap .bootw.shoe�. Read made cloth inc Palatn of. Etc new Mutual Ito Sci. 8, cd. No. S. W. I Ayto any scian amp surgeon tender his services to the Cula Cna of great Bend and Vui nity. Occo at his residence opposite Barnum Rouse g t. Bend Village. Sept lit 18c9if a Law office. Cotta Merlin a . Attorneys and Coon Sellors at Law. Office in the Brick Block Quot Over the rank. Montrose Ang. 4.1w�. A. Chamberlin. J. B. Mccollum. A. St d. R. Lathrop dealers in dry goods. Groceries a Rocker and glassware table and pocket Cotleur. Paints Oil Dye staff. Ilnits. Boots and shoes. Sole leather. Perfumery Etc. Brick Block adjoining the bunk. Montrose. Angst u. . A d. R. Lauh iof. A. Warren attorney Ai Law. Bounty. Back . Pension and exem a on claims attended to. Office Fly Oor below Boyd s store. . An. L.69 31. C. Of Tox auctioneer and insurance agent no Oil Friend al Lar in. C. S. Gilbert it. S. Auto Lonzor. Pojl Kif of tent. Bend in. Ami Ely it. S. Auto Lonzor. An. 1, 1sc0. Address Brooklyn. A. John a Botes f Ifni Osabia a Taoh a Lontre. A. Shop Oik Chandler. Store. A order filled in . Custins done on Ehnert notice and warranted to fit. W. It s5iitii, c ,b1skt Avi chair al main treat Montroes. A. Loop. 1. A sol. Ii. Stirritt Lal Rhin Staple and fancy dry hood., crockery hardware. Iron Stote. Drug. Oil,.and faint shoes. Hat. A Cape. For., Buffalo Rohe. Milford a. Or. E. P. Hines Lias permanently located at friends Vale for the per Eose prac Llcy big Medicine and surgery n All its ranches be May by found at the Jackson Flous. Office boar from 8 a. M., to . Friends Vale. Pa., Ang 1. 18c�. St bold boo in irk Aso life ivs3.iancb agents. A bovines a attended to promptly on fair term. Ornee al re to door North of a Montrose boil West a Tabor Public Avenne Montrose a .vng.l,18c9. Bin Iasi . A i Wattig l. Brewr. W3i. A. Lusk attorn by at Law. Montrose a. Office opposite the tar Hel hts tie inca the court Oais. Aug. 1. 18c9.�?tf Abel Tarbell dealer in Draga Patent Media Unea chemicals Ellaaor. A sent Otis Dye stuff. Varnish win a Glass. Groceries Elsaa Ware Wall and window a Oer. Stone Ware let trip Kermiet it a machinery oils. To Nasey Gan Jirm Fention. Knives spectacle brushes fancy goods jewelry Perfo to. A being one Fotte most numerous extensive and Val Nahle Colle Elien of goods in in Isth. Montrose a. A w. Seable attorney at Law. Office Over the Starr of a. Lathrop in the Brict Blyte. Montrose a. And c9 no. A it l. Kichii Ardson Tosici a a i surgeon. Tenders his professions Elisii Ensor Montr cye and office at Hia residence month Corner East of a tit amp Bros. Pot dry. Ana. I 18sff. Do. C. L. A air Deb physic Ian end . Montroe. A. Pwn attention to of ote heal and Lunga and air sir ical Diep of. Face Over . Dean. Boards at Dearie s Lotel. Ang. 1.18c9. B�rn8 St Nichols Davtd is in drugs medicines chemicals Dye St Fly. Paints oils Varn fib. Liquors spices. Fancy . Patent medicines perfumery Banff Tonel articles. A prescriptions carefully Public Avenne above Nearle s Flo tel Montrose a a. B. Bus sir a of Kichia. Aug. 1, 18c9. Elf Tate. Or. E. L. Hand Fifick. Asician amp surgeon respectfully tenders is a Rofe Aalona services to the Cit Len of friends vide and Vicinity. Of office inthe office of or. boards at j. Floss Ord a. Ang. 1,18c9 prof. Horrid the Basil by few re turns his thank for tho kind it re ise a it he blk to get the Best rest a i ha-7kap�t��s to Tryl the whole Etory but came so a. A it res to a Stu Etc old Brand. So tend a aging allowed in the Selp april 18,1870. H but be others scra2tos. A. Vtha Lnu it a Udall a Iraln baud Ware ir05�, steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware Hiss sail. C0vstbbs�okka t ba1l�pike& m Bulbo and a Lassa supplies. Cambiaso spbis0s, axles by Bess and boxes bolts nuts my washers plated bands. Malleable ibo no hubs spokes _ Felloes sea t spindles bows a. Asv1vs, vices. Stocks and Dies Bellows a my fees sledges. . _ circular Asp kill saws of Tiso fac kiss tackle blocks. Plates pab1s ceite3t ii Aib a okihpstose8. Pcs Kab widow Glass. Fairbank Scales Grant in. March 24. A Elfia. It Ligorie Almaral College of Peak Yliana. Pius institution will nope hit the Spring term of u weeks on Friday. February 10,1871, for Gereal circular catalogue Ami other in. In Nalton address Thoa h. Burrows president agricultural College p. O., Jan. 23,18702_centre co., a apr Filby Seurat gift. By uproar it y. Íav0steil dub Tab keep on band a a Aab a Onich , a jb7?, 6� of t Spring if Thoa Bast nothing brought save thy Sweet self to win us if Only thy fair hand bad wrought a spell of Beauty in us need were that we should sing thy Praise. Who thrill to thy caresses and feel the gladness of thy Days that All our being blesses 1 por we had thought thy coming slow and had no heart to wait thee forgive us love since Long ago. We amp a went oat to meet Tecc. We went by each untrodden Way it be sought in alien i places for Well to knew our patient whith should find thy Flower traces and hidden half by Sere dead leaves. We saw a Vino life growing. _ 8urc never fullest autumn leaves awakened Joy so glowing. Hereafter Summers roses May in red or Wilto Salute us but this is memory s crowning Day the Day we found Arbutus of Clover on the Meadow slopes of 1 daisies by the River of Little Bud to Light that opes of Ceder Green forever not one so wins her heart to Day As this whose Brown disguises of withered leaves and lances Gray gives us such glad surprises. So shy and Sweet beneath our feet Green leaves and Waxen Flowers. The Snow White blushing Pink to meet such looks of love of ours and Spring no More May hide away. Nor shun our smiling faces since lingering wheresoever she May we know her trusting places. The april rain. The april rain a the april rain i Bear the pleasant sound now soft and still like the Pitt la Dew now drenching All the ground Pray Tell me Why an april Shower is pleasanter to see than falling drops of other rain r m sure it a for me. I wonder if a tis really so or Only Hope the while. That tells of swelling buds and Flowers and summer s coming smile whates or it is the april Shower makes me a child again i Foci a Tush of Youthful blood come with the april rain. And sure were i a Little bulb. Within the dark some ground i should love to hear the april rain so gently falling round or any tiny Flowers were i _ by nature swaddled up How pleasantly the april Shower would Bathe my hidden cup. The Small Brown seed that rattled Down on the cold autumnal Earth. Is bursting from its Cere ments Forth. Rejoicing in its birth the slender Spears of Pale Green grass arc smiling in the Light. The Clover opes its folded leaves As if it Felt Delight the Robin sings in the leafless tree and upward turns his Eye. And Loving much to Sec the drops come filtering from the sky no doubt he Longs the Bright Green leaves about his Home to Sec and feels the swaying Sommer winds play in the full Robed tree. The cottage door is open wide. And cheerful sounds Ore Beard it the Young girl sings at the Wal pm or a it Cen a song like the Wilding Bird the creeping child by the old won sir peeps out with winking Eye and his ringlets rub with Chui Yby hand As the drops come pattering by. With bounding heart beneath the sky the to to a a boy Iff out and hoop and Ball arc darting by with Many a Mem about arc sport away pc joyous throng for Yorn is the april Clay i love to Sec your spirits dance in your pure and healthful play. . A fa3iol8 Duel. By Richard Fenwick. Two Young people As Young people sometimes will even under the most disadvantageous circumstances managed to separate their Sweet selves from the cold and unsympathetic throng and strolled Forth languidly Arm in Arm and calling for water ices disposed themselves under some Trees and by the dim Light of chinese lanterns followed the prime impulse of their respective Ages 20 and 25 and began to flirt. Glances sighs soft tones on the part of the Maiden. Byron satire add staff and nonsense on the part of the Captain. The maidu found the capt Niu hard to manage. In met she totally failed to manage him As she Hud been accustomed to manage the others of his sex who dwelt in her universe and she therefore became piqued. A a Captain Pray let us a a but Why please a returned the immovable Man of Mars a they Are playing a Waltz. Yon never dance that you know. The thermometer is eighty degrees if it is ten in the Hall and there a your Shadow the monstrous major lying in wait for you. I can Sec him from where i sit it is either the glow of Liis a Paulette or the morning Sun in a not sure the fair Maiden sat Down again and pouted. She did it without n thought and for a moment or two was oblivious of the meaning of her own act but suddenly it broke upon her astonished senses that she had surrendered to tho wishes of the Captain for tie fifth and sixth time within Twenty four hours a thing she Hud never been guilty of since the Stern age of school mistresses. She questioned herself was it love no. He was Nice had Money a Grandfather a position in life and a inns aches but no it could not to love. If it was she must endure it. She was not to be snapped out of the glorious atmosphere at Bill com at Twenty years no no not she. But she must subdue the Captain for the Sake of her reputation. Lie must be taken Down. Her reckless thoughts reverted to a former conversation with the self same Captain in which to arraigned a Comrade for dueling. That Comrade was the self same major of whom he had just spoken disrespectful her stirs anti Wittem. And tho Captain a must . She loved tho Captain and would marry the Captain Bat the Captain must understand who he was getting. To rant understand her Power to should not be allow a l to ignore in she would give this Ono grand exhibition of her skill and Mastery Over thou sterner sex and then surrender to the Captain covered with glory and Romance. _ a a but How a demanded the minor Star All aglow with the Prospect of a plot a easily my love. You an not so expert As your Best Friend. Come and sit she did and Between tho Lovely ingenious two there was fomented a plot the explosion of which Shook society to its foundations and Laid the marrying Pluck of Many a Hardy Man in ashes. In pursuance of it the major was again installed in the position of first waiting maid and was regularly succeeded on the following Day by the Captain and As a natural consequence the two resolved that unyielding hate must Ever live Between them. Now the Captain Lead two ways of looking at the affairs first with the calculating Eye of a Man of business and second with the Eye of s society Man tormented a Quot a angry at the insolence and airs of the Sublime major Fuho when his Star was in the ascendant Vas an unendurable ass. Matters grew Black. Eyes whispers and music did it. The face of the fair Maiden slipped out of a minds of the two men As a first Cius iteration and antagonism and rivalry crept in. It got to the pitch of High words angry looks and polity slurs and courteous insults Iid the Maiden with her single minor Star increased to Ball a dozen minor stars looked of with High Delight for the catastrophe. It came precipitated by a pair of horses. Neither tie Captain nor the major had his own and they were obliged to hire. The Best at their disposal were those of a stable keeper. A the Captain cd aged them for the afternoon but the major took them in Early morning and drove with the fair Maiden and kept a Ier and the horse3 until tie beasts were too tried for further use. Tho Captain grew irate. The major laughed. Then that Captain grew satirical his Strong Point find then laughed and the major became furious in his turn. Beauty was in raptures. Sincli a High sense of Honor such courage what a splendid Captain what adorable major tie major received a delicate note that. Of. A in tho question of beads or tails a Grant invariably says tails if they Are cocktails. A Money that is not a lii Sti Money a a Money loaned on Call. A never attempt to form an opinion of a woman by her sighs. A to make both ends Raffeet have the in chef take out the Bone. A cure for the car aches get if pretty girl to whisper in it a a Why Dees a Railroad conductor punch a Hole in your tickets be chose Yott can to pass through without. A court is a verb Active indicative mood present tense and agrees with All the Girla. A the Man who got Wise by eating Sage cheese has a brother dieting on hops to become proficient in dancing1. A a Clergyman at a Public Rte Fotiou prayed that the spectacle might impress to Ose present with the shortness of life. A the commissioners report that san Domingo is perfectly healthy but a acclimating is necessary a that a what a the matter. A or. Jones told Bis wife that if she did not take pare he should lose his Tom pet she replied she wished his would and Tetef find it again. A the sofa Day Reziea says a the Only fact that can be predicted with any degree of Confidence of Many youths is that a a Fotz Detieze does not seem to have designed teens a a Detroit boy presented fail nether with a new Chignone and was tears Fiji or being Quot called a Good Hoy but a Refl me missed her new Copper boiler which had been sold to Bur it with she changed her opinion told holy by. Here would be a rare Novelty. A her. They Hurt each other evening which threw him into a fever very much of course if they Only a Pink an apr old excitement eds their individual Opp Neuls it suit very Well. A sword thrust through the forearm which no True Man would mind very much would be so delightful. It would add so much to her already wide spread Fame and then she would go further still anti marry tie Victor to tit Wilmia soothe him n Hundred times Over. She delicately and cheerfully Laid her first parallel. A a Captain please Tell me Arne to you a fencer a _ a a a Little a Virv Little of a a a hear me Yon a vans say a a you play chess a a title you a ride a a Little a von sing a a Little a you act theatrical a a Little a Yon dance a a Little a you make Negus a Little a Aud All the wide world knows that you do everything in the most a a my major a Pray be careful Cap Tais z is terribly enraged. You May receive a Challenge it he is not merciful. Yours in anxiety. a merciful a thundered the major a merciful la heavens a and he sat Down Aud disnatih�?1 a a Challenge within an hour. The Captain smoking in his chamber also received a Nole from the same messenger and read it coolly. He then seized the Bov by the Collar shut the door Anil Touk Don in Cane and by the further pers mision of Money the fact was developed that became from the Maiden. A a hum a said the Captain and fell into a deep reverie. He accepted the Challenge of the major and named swords and stopped Over personally to have in interview in Consen splendid Way and now Yon inc cd a no doubt Yotz could bring your Man Down of a tie it Nill red at twelve paces a Lyon confuse swords and pistols As Yon will be Likely to confuse your humanities if you allow yourself to speak of a bringing men it does t come Well from lips like this was severe and the Captain was not surprised to be instantly commanded to give his Arm to Lead the ruffled Princess Back to her congenial Walters. He did so and retired to the Garden again a in love. It was no new state for him. The valorous Captain had fallen week s before though no one knew it and he was just beginning to discover it himself. For her part she was the Pfost entrancing creature of the season or any season. Money he did not care for though he had a vague idea that she wanted for a place of meeting. A a we shall be none sir a said the Captain. A you May provide the surgeon and we will go at four p. 51 the major acceded and Straightway began to Brash up his rapier exercise with tie help of two Brave dragoons. The Captain had some Little arrangements to perfect which he did quietly. Lie persuaded an intimate Friend to invite the Maiden and two of her particular friends whom lie had noticed As being Active in making the Breech Between the 5iajor and himself to a picnic on the following Day of the grounds of an old estate some Miles out of town. He told ids Friend the reason gave his strict directions and then three ladies were cognizant of the combat. She was Pale rigid and Calm. The major fared Worsch tho other shoulder suffered and then his Side. This ended him it lie dropped his sword and whispered a Quarter 1�?� the Captain then approached the Maiden without his Swool. A a a Maiden Yon have done a foolish thing. I have seen through it All Yon were vain. I was weak. One of tho instruments with which you tried to gratify your desire for mischief is badly Hurt the other leaves you trusting you will make better use in the future of your Beauty wit and All this was Gallant enough and gallantly was it taken by the Bright girl who heard. The Captain went away but in a year Bock he came and did the sensible thing and by no Means an unlucky one by the Lovely Maiden. Living in Washington. The amount of Money spent at the Capitol for hotel boarding or it House keeping is astonishing of will be seen by the following extract from a Washington letter to the Deleware county a american a senator Cameron and his wife Board at the Arlington hotel and 8450 per month a very Small sum for a senator. Senator Fenton who stops at the same place pays 81000 a month. Little s. S. Cox the biggest Democrat in the House pays 81200 per month and the other evening he gave a 81500 dinner at his boarding Honse. How Long will a member s salary lost at this rate ? or. Huntington the cashier of the first National Bank gave a dinner to the japs where there were Twenty persons present at 850 per plate or in the aggregate 81000. Or. A Helmbold of Bechn notoriety was Here for two weeks and paid $06 per Day for Board and lodging. A parlor and chamber in the second Story of a first class hotel Here rents for $450 per week or $2000 per month. Many of the senators and members who keep House lire much More extravagantly. Senator Chandler lives at the rate of $35,000 per year and Gen. Butler spends for times his salary As a member. One of the coloured members pays at the rate of 8150 per week and another a expenses Are probably of great. The other three coloured members go it on the economical plan say $300 per month. By the Way to Are promised a new hotel Here to Cost at least one million of dollars to be the largest hotel in tie country and to to near the Capitol. The proprietor of the Arlington says it will and with Bis experience he ought to know. Royal wedding dresses. At the wedding of the Marquis of Lorne the prominent ladies appeared in following costumes the Ancen wore a Black Satin dress trimmed with Crape and Jet am a diadem re a h/,i5 i. Hite tulle veil. Her my jest also wore a Ruby Aud Diamond brooch and necklace. Her Royal highness the Princess of Wales wore a dress of Rich Blue sati trimmed with Blue velvet and train of Blue velvet edged with White Brussels lace and Blue Feather trimming head dress Blue feathers pearls and diamonds. Ornaments pearls and diamonds. The wedding dress of her Royal highness Princess Louise was of a Rich White Satin covered witha deep al Onnic of Hon Iton Point Iffie trimmed with cordons of Orange blossoms White Heather and Myrtle and a train of White Satin tried to correspond with the dress. Her Royal highness wore a Wreath of Orange blossoms and Myrtle with a veil of Honiton lace held by two Diamond pins in the form of raises. Her Royal highness also wore a Diamond necklace to which was attached a Large ornament of pearls and diamonds with a Sapphire in the Centre the gift of the Murnis of Lorne and a Diamond and Emerald Bracelet Given by their Royal High Nesses tho Prince and Prin West of ales. Her Royal highness likewise wore a Diamond Bracelet which had belonged to her Royal highness the Duchess of Kent and the one give to her the Texas cattle Kullig. Texas Alono has 3,800,000 cattle divided into 950,000 Beeves 950,000 cows and 1.900.000 Youhg cattle. The Plains on which these cattle roam contain about 152,000,000 acres of ground. The principal pasturage arc on the nieces Rio Grande Gati Dalpe san Antonio Colorado Leon Brazos Trinity Sabine Aud bed Rivers. The cattle Are owned by score of ranch men each Ono of them has from 1,000 to 75,000 head. On the Santa car nos River is a ranch containing 84.132 acres. It it owned by one Man Richard King and has on it 95,000 head of Cuttle 50,000 horses 7,000 sheep Aud 8,000 goats. This immense number of live Stock requires 1,000 6addlo horses and 300 mexicans to attend and Herd it ten thousand Beeves Are annually sold from the ranch and 12,000 Yonng calves branded. There is another ranch on the san Antonio River near Goliad which grazes 40,000 head of cattle and brands 11.000 Heads of calves annually. Or. owner of this ranch Sells $75,000 Worth of Stock each year and his herds Are constantly increasing. In 1852 he began cattle raising with 1,500 head and his present enormous herds and wealth Are the result of natural incense. On the Gulf Between tho Rio Grande Aud nieces is a ranch containing 142,840 acres and owned by or. Robin can. It is on a Peninsula surrounded on three sides by water and to enclose the other Side has required the building of thirty one Miles of Plank Fence. Every three Miles along the Fence Are houses for the herders and enormous stables and pens for the Stock. There Are grazed in this enclosure 30,000 head of beef cattle Btu sides an immense number of other Stock. A ranch on the Brazos River contains 50.000 head of cattle 300 horses and 50 herders. John Uritson the owner drives 10.000 cattle to Market annually. Ten years ago he was a poor Furmer in ten on every Side of them. It is to exaggeration to say that the population of the United states before the close of the present Century will probably reach 100,000,000 of people. Then there frill Boho West to Settle up to great Stock ranges but farms an cities and cities and farms everywhere. I predict that those men who begin now by Fri Sill Eattle of government lands and Are it Iso. Enough to buy a portion of these lands is soon As they Are offered Fot Sale will find before they die that these lands will be Worth More to them than their herds Ever could have been. The far seeing Ohio senator Benjamin Wude once said that he believed a a within the present Century every acre of Good land Between the Missouri River Ana the California coast will be Worth fifty dollars in gold/1 wild is this declaration at the time seemed it bus already been realized in Many portions of Nebraska and is Likely to Eotrice True in All our state nod territories West of the big middy. Great then As Are tie fortunes which Are being of time in cattle still greater will be the fortunes made in land. Those who Are Wisest will make All they can on their cattle and the moment the land sore for Rale buy aft they can get even if they have to sell a part of. Their Herd to for the lands. The Homestead Law precludes the possibility of getting Fibuch land in 6he body by t by buying out settlers at fair paces Suffi Lieut grounds for grazing purposes May be had for Many years Jet tie love of the beat till what Are half the crimes in the world Komi fitted for ? what brings into action the Best Virtues ? the desire of posseb3 a Fig. Of possessing Elict not Mere Money hut every species of the Beautiful which Money can Purchase. A Man lies hid in a Little dirty Smokey Root for Twenty years of his Lile and sums up. -v,.- about As Many columns of figures As Nessee but Selling his land and going to i would reach round the Earth if they were Brazos he succeeded by dint of hard Luj Laid at length. Hts gets Rich. What does Bor in getting together sixty cows and he do with his riches ? he buys a Large Nino Brood mares when he went to Rais j Well proportioned Bonse in the arrange ing Stock. He has now 20,000 head of i meet of his furniture he gratified himself cattle Worth at least $150,000, and he is a with All the beauties which splendid col still Only forty years old. This Man is e3 ors regular figures and smooth surfaces Tab Lishing a Stock ranch in tho South can convey he has the beauties of variety Platte in Nebraska where he now has and association or his grounds the cup5,000 head of cattle and next Spring will out of Wlinich he drinks his Tea is adorned by the people of Windsor went to the Honse himself and pitched j a a a in Aye no the Castle after the mar open a Lowig darkened unused and Uno Cupi Eil dining room with Long shuttered lie locked and bolted All the doors nailed no All tho windows and left but one Mode of egres3 or ingress to the apartment. Lie then returned flirted desperately none but it was the never dying sparkle windows As the place for Liis meeting of her Pluck and spirit that consumed i with the major on the Morrow. Him. A she was nearly always Brilliant Active keen and alive to the present world and she always dressed like Queen. The Captain loved taste and brilliancy therefore he dreamed of the divine Maiden the Diamond dust of whose hair still powdered the sleeve of Bis coat. She for her part rested her languid eyes upon the tall major who instantly flew to her. He bowed and used his valiant heels to bring her Flowers her fan her partners for which he got smiles. His military Fornol swelled with pleasure and he regarded no one else by rec the divine Maiden and the divine Maiden regarded no one else but him. She took his Arm and walked to and a 1�?� whispered the Captain to himself a this is meant for me As an offset to the confusion of humanities�?T a he laughed but began to have a scorn and contempt for the major who smiled and was Happy. The Captain foresaw that the Morrow would bring Bis turn and it surely did. He basked in the Stanshine All the Day. She was Cool to the major who began to have a scorn and contempt for the factored tan. The Lovely Maiden had a bosom Friend a minor Star in her Galaxy in whose ear she privately whispered her intentions. The minor Star screamed with Delight but added with a serious look a Bat my love the major is a fire eater Quot. A indeed he is a Brave follow but i and sure the Captain would also cat fire if he Only bad the Chance. In a Iti Satnat de with him and Ray Darling i do think that mountainous major is a Boody of Here she handled her fan fingered her rings looked complacently upon the folds of her dress and calculated the and i tical importance which would accrue Ridge ceremony her Royal highness wore a White corded silk dress trimmed with swans Down and fringe made by. Miss Glove and a White Chip Bonnet with a Wreath of lilie3 of the Valley and Orange blossoms. Her Royal highness Princess re Trice wore a dress of Pink Satin trimmed with Brussels lace a Wreath of White Heather with the Maiden prostrated himself More and Emerald Diamond and pearls of a Iron cog passions in the minds Meh would Rise to the fighting of met w1 Captain had Domine ered off Ber deeply than before. Then he retired to smoke and to laugh while the Maiden and her companions grew a Little More anxious at the curious stories floating about and while the major lunged and parried the Livelong night before the Mirror. Lib next Day the Gail Nat Cutie started on their picnic. And at three by the clock three More went secretly out by a Rocky Way and reached the Bouse. The faithful Friend whispered to the Captain that All was arranged and the men went straight to the dining room. They passed in and the Captain locked the door behind them softly it was somewhat dark ted the Cape Tain threw open the shutters. The three ladies were present in a Corner. They All wondered and demanded explanations. Said the Captain promptly. Quot the major1 and myself Hare been induced to quarrel by a person now present. I wish this person now to see the effects of her planning. No one can leave i have the Only key in my pocket draw major. Bewilderment seized a pot i them but the major knew Bis opponent and obeyed. A Hundred thou shul a of firing screams arose to no effect. The Captain was a isolate they crossed and went at it both were angry and both were Good swordsmen. One of the minor stars fainted but they kept on fiercely. The major was unlucky Aud got caught on the shoulder they rested and then went pm another Funk for the major and the blood hew pretty freely they were Deso ogut to Stop on All rides both if tired. Only Tbs Maiden of the ments. The bridesmaids dresses were of White Glace silk trimmed with Satin and a tunic of Gossamer and fringe Cerise roses White Heather and Ivy with Wreath he correspond. / overtaking the Rind. Recently there has been quite a commotion in Boston in regard to studies in tho Boston latin school. Perhaps no school in the country has a higher reputation for More thoroughly drilling its scholars than this. The teachers and a few began to remonstrate with the directors on the amount of study required daily from the pupils. It was found that from eight to ten and twelve Boms were required by the scholars to prepare their recitations. Not a. Few of the scholars have been hopelessly mined from their severe studies in that school. Quot numerous cases wore Given where softening of the brain was the result n few became inmates of the insane Asylum others at an Early age became unfit for any Active duties of life. Some of tho Ablest physicians testified that the coarse of St names was too severe. Perhaps teach Ersmond school directory in other Poces might learn 8 lesson on this subject. How often May Young and delicate boys and girls be seen on the Street lugging from three to six books to and from school ? if those Are the studies to be prepared at Home what must constitute their whole duty during each Day it is time for a reformation on this subject All Over the country. A Ivy is a Man never knocked Down against Nis will be Canso it is impossible to fall in let inclined. Bring in 10,000 More. There is a ranch on the Concho River Texas where i am told one Man owns 70.000 head of steers and Milch cows. The Best grazing counties in Texas Are those of a Throckmorton Stevens Jack Young Callahan Coleman Brown Tarrant Kuratli Comanche in aio Pinto Hill and Johnson. These counties lie along the Rio Grande nieces Gaudy Lupe san Antonio Colorado Loon Brazos Trinity Sabine and red Rivers. The Stock from tbe3e counties Are driven to the Gulf in great numbers where they ure slaughtered packed in steamers or put on alive thud Ohi Jaal to new York Boston and other Northern markets. A great Many cattle Are driven North on foot by Way of Abilene Kansas and Schuyler Nebraska. Some follow the Pecos and pass into Arizona Aud California others keep along the Arkansas to Bents Ford thence across Colorado Over tho Black Hills and into Wyoming and on tip into Utah 51ontana, Nevada Aud Idaho. There Are some Drivers whose names i cannot mention but tho whole number of cattle brought North Overland from Texas during the year 1870, did not fall Short of 100.000 head. Of these 20,000 went to Montana 8,000 to Utah 8,000 to Nevada 9.000 to Wyoming 10,000 to Calif Rio 11.000 to Idaho a amp a 30,000 to Colorado and new mexi Jec the amount of Money handled along the base of the mountains in transferring this Stock was Over $1,250,000. At Abilene the great Kausas cattle Market Over 200,000 head was handled. Tho shipments in september reached 60,000 head and in october nearly 75,000 head. This immense Trade May to estimated when it be stated that it took 111 cars per Day to Transfer the Stock and one Bank in Kansas City handled 83,000,000 cattle Money. In Nebraska diet cattle Trade with the South is just beginning yet last year 27,000 head changed hands at Schuyler and the first National Bank of Mulia handled $500,000 in consequence of this Trade. It is Likely the Trade at Schuyler in 1871, will reached 100,000 head of cattle Aud it will require $1,500,000 to carry it on. Largo cattle Trade May seem if is yet in its infancy not Only in Texas new Mexico Colorado on the Platte but through ont the United states. The rapid increase of Ortr population both from foreign and Domestic sources demands a corresponding increase of food and at present there is no pro net of Entile that is anything like equal demand. Beef can be raised on tho Plains and delivered at six per cent per Pound and until that is there need be no apprehensions of crowding the cattle Market the beef can Ever be had in our Day so cheap at six cents does not seem probable and yet even at four and a half cents per Pound Large fortunes can be made in cattle Breeding. It is Only on the limitless Plains where land is of Little or no value that Stock can lie raised to advantage. But even the Plains boundless As they May seem Are fast disappearing before the advancing Waves of population. Texas tho greatest cattle live of the country has during the past year received 300,000 Settle a. And already cattle growers there feel that they must soon look elsewhere for untrammelled ranges. A few More years like the Post a few deductions of a million acre of pasture buds in a single season and Texas will be no More a grazing state Tymn new York Pennsylvania or Ohio. Yet compare these states and How do they stand now ? new York with her settlement 250 years old and a population of 4,000,000, has 748,000 oxen and Stock cattle Pennsylvania with over3,000,000 people has 721,000 Ohio with 3,000,000 people has 749,000 tcxa3, with 800,000 people bos 3,800,000 cattle alone. The great Platte Valley has Over 8,000, 000 acres of Rich pastures but How tone will these acres remain grazing grounds. The Union Pacific Railroad bos already divided these lands from their Eastern to 1 their Western extremity and towns Aud villages life springing it Iron Rule and forms Arr being opine with Beaufi Tinl figures the chair in which he sits is covered with smooth shining father Tablecloth n 6f the Pfost Beautiful Damash mirrors reflect the Light from every Quarter of the room pictures of the Best masters feed Bis eyes wit i All the beauties s of imagination. A million of human 1 creatures Are employed in this country in ministering to this feeling of Trio Beautiful it is Only o barbarous ignorant people that can Ever be occupied by tho necessities of life alone. If to cat and to drink and to be warm were the Only passions of the mind we should All be what the lowest of us All Are i a this Day. Tho love of five Beautiful Calls than to fresh exertions and awakens him to a More Noble life and the glory of it is that As of misters imitate Aud poets sing and sculptors carve and architects rear no the gorgeous trophies of their skills As everything becomes Beautiful and orderly and magnificent the activity of the mind rises to still Gre Atef and to better objects. For pins. Tie following characteristic French Story whether tree of not or merely built upon the Well known Bastile Story has sufficient interest to warrant its repetition in 18�8, the count who al Thonglo a a Nobleman favored certain Liberal principles of government became involved in certain political troubles which Prussia would Only remove by tho strongest repressive measures. The incipient revolution wits suppressed with aft Ifon hand and not without bloodshed and while Leblan captives suffered death the. Count wus conveyed to a Distant fortress and therein consigned to a dark dismal Dungeon. Day week and months did the count pass in his living grave deprived of every Succour and vainly hoping for a trial. At last feel lug not Only that Bis physical strength was departing but a scr a that in the ten Fittl silence Zafiu Moi Foto i by of such an existence Liis mind was losing its Normal balance he became Des Perate for Homo Means of Cereise both bodily and intellectually. The hopelessness of attic Natien t at first drove him to meditate suicide but in the moment of wildest despair came tho thought destined for his salvation. For pins which happened accidentally to to in the Lapel of has Cost had fortunately escaped the scrutiny of the jail car. The30 were to to the Means of tho deliverance of his spirit. Hot Trew tho pins Tipon thro Bare floor of the Dungeon and then employed himself in seeking for them in the when ref tar a tiresome search to succeeded in finding them All to threw them Down again and so again and. Again renewed1 Liis task which was to. Save him from going melancholy mod. All Day Long sitting lying or kneeling Begron de and grouped about with his hands on tho Earth for the pins thus intentionally scattered and the fearful yet beneficial toil served for no less than six Long weary years to save him from paralysis and insanity. At last in 1856, his prison doors were thrown open and he was Given his Liberty on condition of his immediately quitting Prussia forever. Glad to be Freo on any terms tho Dis entombed Nobleman Only paused to collect for tho. Last time Bis saving pins and then taking them with him joined Liis devoted wife at an appointed place and harried into France the countess on hearing his Story Besought him to give pins As a precious memento and caused them to be set in a broach henceforth to be worn As her most cherished ornament this extraordinary piece of jewelry says a French paper of course has created no Little interest Iti the High social circles in which the lady moves. It is composed of a ground of Fine Lapis Lazuli sir rounded by a Frame of magnificent brilliants Worth $2,000 containing Nidey a Crystal a Star formed of Tow for pins which in appearance differ in no Way from the common ones in use. A f _ a a Quot i you Don t mean to mind your we business it trill not Yon to advertise

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