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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - August 2, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaE. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday August 2, 1871. Volume xxviii number 31, �u5i�eiss cants. Or. W. W. Smith a Kowt. Room at hid dwelling next door Eart of the Republican printing a a Leo. Office Hnnry from 9 a. To 4 p. X. Montrose slay 3,1871�?if the barbed int hot hot Charley Morris is the Barber who can share nor face to order cats Brown Black and frizzled hair. In Bis office Jort no stars. There Yon will find him Orer. Of re s store below Mckenzie so Jast one door. A Quot Montrose jane7,1871.�?tf c. Morris. J. B. Amp a. Ii. Mccollun arro ants at Law office Over the Bank Montrose a. Montrose. May 10, ls7t. Of Dei. D. A. Latrop Bas opened an office at the foot of Chestnut Street near the Catholic Church where he can be consulted at All times. Montrose april 2g, 1871. By cross3ion amp Baldwin attorneys at Over the store ohm. . On Public a Educ Montrose a. W. A. Cons Adios. B. L. Baldwin. Moot Rose March 1,1s71. Of. J. D. Vail homeopathic piers Cras and Sung Fox. Tala permanently located himself in Montrose. A. Where he will promptly attend to All cite in i prof Ltd Lon with which he May be favored. Office and residence West of the court Boose near Fitch amp Watson s office. Mout Rosc. February 8,1st. Law office pm ten a Watson. Attorneys it Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch. Montrose. A. L. P. Fitch. Jan. 11. 71. W. Or. Watson. Charles s. Stoddard dealer in boots and shoes Flats and Caps. Leather and hading main Street. 1st done below Boyds store. Work made to order and repairing done neatly. Montrose Jan. 1,187 1. amp blahe$, attorneys and Conn Ehorn or liw office the one heretofore occupied by h. B. A u. P. Little on main affect Montrose. A. April 30. R. A. Let Tab. Oro. P. Little. It. L. Ml4kwlw, b. Mckenzie. C. C. Carnot. W. H. Mccain Lillie vie Fai rot a co. Dealers in dry goods clothing ladies Fine shoes. So. Agents for the Grunt american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose a. No. I. 70. A ocly i sri tar. Lewis a Oll shaving and nalu dressing. Shop in the Post office Bill Dunc. Where be will be found ready to attend All who May want anything a Hyaline. Montrose a. Oct. 13, 1869. O. 71. Hawley dealer n dry goods. Groceries. Cell ornery. Hanoi rare. Flats. Caps. . Ready made clothing paint Oil Etc. Now ill font a. Sept. 8, 09. Or. S. W. A Tox physician amp Purgeon. Tender i service to the citizen of great Bend and Virgin Ltd. Office at i residence of poodle titanium Ilomae it. Bend Village. Sept. 1st. a o7 Warrix attorney a. Law. Bounty. Back . Pension Tad a Xem on claims attended to. Office Flat Oor below Boyd s store . An. 1. 69 m. C. Sutton auctioneer and insurance agent and i it Arlen Daville a. C. S. Gilbert u. 13. Vauoti Odnoor Angl calf great. Rend i a. A 71 i Ely u. 0. Vauoti Duoor. Aoe. 1, 18g9. Address Brooklyn a. J081s Groves Montrose a. Shop Over Chandler s store. A order filled in frat rate Tyle. Cutting done on abort not Lee. And warranted to flu w. W. S7iith, Oab net and chair manufacturers a of main Street Montroal a. Aug. L 18c9. Ii. Burritt dealer in Staple and fancy dry goods crockery hardware Iron stoves do is Oil and paint Boot and shoe. Ilat amp Capa for Buffalo Robe , tie. New Milford a. Or. E. P. Hives Lias permanently located at Friend Vil Leforte pese of practising Medicine and surgery in All it branches. Us May be found at the Jackson House. Office hours from 8 a. M., to 8. P. Friendsville pa., Ang 1. 186�._ / Stroud a brows a fire and life insurance agents. All business attended fair term. Office first door North of a Montrose hotel Quot West Side of Public Avenue Montrose a. Ang. 1,1869. Xxx arms St soul a Chinn l. A bowl. I. D. Lusk attorney at Law Montrose. A. Office opposite to Tarbell Hoose near the Coart to amp be. Aug. 1. 1859.�?a Abel Terrell dealer in drugs Patent mid lines chemicals liquors paints Ous Dye muffs. Varnishes win Glass groceries Glass Ware Wall Apil w window Papor. Stoneware lamps. Kerosene machinery oils. Grasses gun ammunition knives spectacle Brashe. Fancy goods jewelry Peru re. Bein Jone of the most Nam Croix extensive nod valuable collections of goods in Susquehanna established in 1848. Montrose a. D. W. Seale attorney at Law. Office Over the store of a. Lathrop in the Brick Block Montrose a. And 69 or. W. L. R2ciiardsox, it Siclar a a a Creon tender Bis Trofe Lona Are vices to the citizen of moot Rose and office at bus residence on the Corner it of Sayer a Bros. Foundry. Aag. I. 1mh or. E. L. Gardner physician and burgeon. Montrose a. Give Especial attention to discuss of the heart and Longa and All Sargl Cal disease. Office Over w. B. boards at Searlch a hotel. Ang. 1. 1�. In a r4s amp , dealers in drug medicines chemicals Dye Alafas. Paints Oil varnish liquors Specca. Fancy . Patent Medicine toilet article. A prescription car fully pm Dale Avonne above a Earle a hotel moot Rose pm a. B. A tanks a Axon a Ocaola. Aug. 1, 1sg9. Or. E. L. I1akdricu, physician a surgeon tender her professional a enriches to the Cir Lucu of Friendsville and Vicinity. T2t�?o�ffico inthe office of or. Let a Board at j. Hosford s. Ang. 1,1869. H unt Brothers Sce Antos whale ulc amp retail decals sin hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware it Rob rail countersunk a t rail spikes Railroad a hiking supplies. Carriage Springs. Axles. Skeins and boxes. Bolts. Nuts and washers plated Rands Halle Able Irons. Hubs spokes Felloes. Seat spindles bows a. Bavum. Vices stocks and oils Bellows rammers. Sledges. Piles. Amp a. A. Circular and Mill saws a Stiko. Pack pkg tackle. Blocks plates pari8 Cement. Hair Grindstone. Iraq i vow qlas9. Leathers findings Fairba nits Scales. A Xolon. March 34,1858, 1pb0�i0 Vibbard patb0b1ze Hoke manufacture changeable Speed and doable drive wheel. It holds the great new York state National Premium 1 al ache great Ohio Natl Oeal Premiano held at Mao Field la j8to. ,. And 4hc pc Sylvania Maryland and Virginia state Premium a ,. The gearing to simple compact removed entirely from Tea do and enclosed in a neat Cue. In the Centre of the machine a caring it from pit and Nel v a a Quot a the operation can be changed instantly from a mob Speed to one o third a lower we shoot Stop Thea adapt lag itself to bad placet and Light and heavy Gran. One cutting apparatus it perfect. No Brake Ana one Patent Wolfe Freaa. It la the Etron Geet by Chinen Tea world and you can depend poo it a dog Montne May 3. Is71.�?tf. 8aybebb0s. L Imbt Tbs. A a by Bret Harte. �?8�? tin sitting alone by the window dressed just As i came from the dance in Robes even you would admired it Cost a Cool thousand in France in a be Diara Ond out of ail reason my hair is done up in a cae in Short sir the m bile of the season is wasting on hour on you. A dozen engagements i be broken i left in the midst of a set likewise a proposal half spoken that Waits on the stairs for me yet they say hell be Rich when lie grows up and Ihnn he adores to indeed and you sir Ore turning your nose up three thousand macs off As you read. and How do i like my position a a and what do i think of new York of a a and now in Ray higher ambition with whom do i Waltz flirt or talk 1�?� and Isnit it Nice to Hare riches and diamonds and Silks and All that?�?T1 a a and am to it a change to the ditches Ami tunnels of poverty Flat Quot Well yes if you saw us out driving each Day in the Park four in band if you saw poor dear mama contriving to look super naturally grand if you saw Papas picture Oso taken by Brady and tinted at that. You a never suspect he sold Bacon and flour at poverty Flat and yet. Just this moment while silting in the Glare of the grand chandelier in the Bustle and glitter belting the a a finest Soiree of the year a in the mists of is gaze de Cha Berry and the Linni of the smallest of Lalko somehow Joe i thought of the ferry a the dance that we had on a a the of Harrison a barn and its Muster of flags festooned Over the Wall. Of to c candles that shed their soft Lustre and tallow on head dress and shawl of the Steps that we took to one fiddle of the dress of my queer vis-a-vt9 and How i once went Down the Middle with the Man that shot Sandy Mcgee. Of the Moon that was quietly sleeping on the Bill when the time came to go of the few baby peaks that were peeping from under their bed clothes of Snow of that ride that to me was the rarest of a the something you said at the Gate a Joe then i was t a heiress to a a the Best paying Lead in the Well Well its All past yet its funny to think As i stood in the Glare of fashion and Beauty and Money. That i should be thinking Light there. Of some one who breasted High water and swam the North Fork and All that. Just to dance with old foil Obj a a a drug to the Lily of poverty fall but goodness what nonsense to writing Mamma says that my Tase is still Low instead of my triumphs reciting in a spooning on Joseph Gigli to and in a to be a a finished by travel what Vcra a the meaning of that of Why did papa strike gravel in Drifting about on poverty Flat ? Good night Here a the end of my paper Good night if the Longitude please for maybe while wasting Iny taper. Your suns climbing Over the Trees. But know if you Havno to got riches. And Are poor Dearest Joe and All that. That my hearts somewhere there in the ditches and you have struck it an poverty Fiat. A fio Turk. A so the Farmer sat in his easy chair smoking ing his pipe of Clay while i Hale old wife with Busy care was Clearing the dinner away a Sweet Ettle girl with Fine Blue eyes on her Grandfather s knee was catching Flics. The old Roan bid his hand on her head. With a tear on Bis wrinkled face he thought How often her Mother dead. Had sat in the self same place As the tear stole Down from his half slut Eye a a done to smoke a said the child a a How it makes you cry in the House dog Lay stretched out on the floor. Where the Shade afternoons used to steal the Busy old wife by the open door was turning to spinning wheel and the old brass clock on the Mantle How and plodded along to almost three. Still the Farmer sat in his easy chair. While close to his heaving breast the moistened brow Quot and the Check so fair of his Sweet grandchild were pressed his head Bent Down on her soft hair Lay fast asleep were they both on that so mar Day. An Organ much a cd Nom lays nasal Organ. A at a printers festival the following sentiment was offered a woman second Only to the press in the dissemination of a a Nova Scotia correspondent gives a Little fragment of an overheard Cun venation a what kind of a Stone do you suppose they will give me when i die a a a Brimstone of course 1�?� a a merry Light hearted Damsel rushed into a coloured citizens arms at Savann i exclaiming a a of 1 Yon Are my Long lost she Boon discovered her mistake and shed off in a confused manner accompanied by her Long lost brother a pocket Book. A a a Young Printer East of is was sitting by his girl with whom he was quarrelling when she remarked that he won nothing. He said he would t admit that but he would say that he was next to nothing. A a Man praising Porter said it was so excellent a beverage that it always made him fat a a i Hove seen the time a said another a a when it made you a when i should like to know r a a Why. No longer ago than last night against the Wall a a gentleman in Chicago who was arrested for cruelty to a miserable looking horse was asked . A a Ever fed him that s s Good int a Wrathe reply. A a he a got a Bushel had a half at Home now Only he a int Gottie treat zip. _ a Johnny where Byorn gone flatting. a the was fishing yesterday was he boar a utes or. A what did he a a one Catfish the �1 ,2 Eris. The tooth ache Anda ome Littleon St a it aay it Itaw Ticatch fib to today i just wait till be get fit a Ruloff. A curious chapter. An incomplete work entitled a lives of notorious criminals at Auburn n. by m. Newton Clark chaplain of the Auburn prison in 1848, and after that time contains something new about Roll off and so curious in some respects Tot we print it. The manuscript is in Possession of a daughter of or. Clark who lives at Chesaning Michigan. The account of Mulloff begins with his arrival in the prison one saturday night in 1848 to Complete this miserable Day i went with the Warden and turnkey to see five prisoners who imd arrived on the evening train and had been chained together in a Dungeon for the night for the prison was so full there were no cells ready for their occupancy. Une face among the five impressed me forcibly and he most be some thing very striking to impress one at All among so Many faces of every nation color and temperament. This particular one looked up quickly As we entered with lights or rather he turned his face toward us and then quickly turned away resolutely facing the Wall. Curious to know what he wished to conceal i went directly to him accosting him with a Well sir what is your name a a lie looked up with a kind of Dot pc stare dropping his Chin. But those eyes even the Iron will which every Lineament of a Lis face betrayed could never quench their Baleful fire. That the idiotic expression had been assumed for the of Casio was too apparent to tie regarded a moment. You might find him in an insane Asylum but never in the idiot s department. So i repeated my question somewhat authoritatively. He answered full of Ami what else i asked. A Rufus a lie replied and having caught my Eye he again turned away. Sunday Peculiar impression i received last night concerning the convict Mulloff was by no Means dissipated upon seeing him this morning when he was at Sabbath school. He was sitting at the foot of the alphabet class grasping Liis primer As firm with his lot hand of though it weighed a Hundred pounds fastening with the Index linger of the right hand each letter As he passed Over it As though his very life depended non keeping it there. His hair had been cropped close to his head revealing the Sharp angles of his cranium and no Man with such a development of brain could have other than a Stormy life. His eyes this morning were dark Gray though when i was conversing with him this afternoon i again thought them Black. When i had completed the arrangement of the class and got everything into working order i stopped before Mulloff asking can you read a no sir a lie answered meekly. L id you never go to school ? a no sir a o Here were you born ? a in new York do vote want to learn to read the Bible a yes sir if i if Yon can Why can to you ? i suppose its very hard work to learn to read a and he Drew a Long sigh. Do you know your letters ? a not All of say what von know. He commenced in a fond hesitating voice saying a a b b c. He Shook his head doubtfully and As though unable to go further looked no appealing to me with his Finger pressed firmly upon a As though he meant it should play no tricks upon him. The game did t work and when lie next saw the Chaplin he began in an angry manner a Why in god s name a Here the chaplain relinked him for thens of such language. A you see a he said apologetically a i forgot that i am no longer Iny own master but Why did Yon Send me from the Sabbath school Quot a because i knew you was trying to deceive me Yon overdone the matter altogether. A chaplain a he continued meekly will you let me join the Bible class a Tell me Why you told me Yon read. A truly chaplain a lie replied earnestly a i thought that none but those who could not read were admitted to the class. So when the turnkey put the same question to me that Yon did i answered in the negative and when i found myself in the class i thought it would be impolite to contradict but Why did you want to join the class ? a Why chaplain to be obliged to sit three hours in a methodist class meeting and have to Tell the state of your mind and hear others would be Bliss to staying abruptly changing the conversation i asked for what crime were Yon sent Here. He gave me one piercing glance and answered quietly a they accused me of and were you guilty ? a the jury found me and i have heard to Day said i that Yon Are also under indictment for the murder of your wife and child. I was watching him closely he exhibited no emotion save of intense scorn As he replied a i suppose the hounds will next accuse me of murdering All toy relations because they done to happen to know where they Oue chapter tells How a woman calling herself Alice Edwards calling at the chaplain s House in a destitute and dying condition and during the remaining week of her life told the sad ston1. Driven from Home by the cruelty of her father she started for new York in search of employment. On her Way she fell in company with Mulloff who easily won her Youthful Confidence and to whom she told her Story. Mulloff had assumed the name of Edwards took the girl to his Hoose in new York and provided for her wants. After telling How Edwards furnished her with dresses and went with her to several places in search of employment the result of which search showed that she could not get of honest living in new York she being but sixteen years old she con tinned her Story of follows or. Edwards said that i could stay with him and keep to parlor and Chambers and be would take care of me. 1 told him i note could do that i could not live there in that Way i would starve first he asked me Why 1 was afraid of him i told him i was not afraid of him but of what people would say and i know in my Mother was living she let me he tried to talk met out of my foolishness As he called it but when to found How stub born i win a oske4 me if l would be willing to stay there As. His wife which after another lengthy talk i consented to and we were married that night. I supposed it was a minister who came and married us and then went away. I had lived there about it year when one Cven in Quot a Man who was in the habit of visiting there stopped me in the Hall and addressed me by my Given name and told to that he loved me better than any one else did and wanted me to go and live with him. I was so angry with him that i could hardly Tell him that i should go directly and Tell my husband. He held me Back saying a and who is your husband a a Lyon know Well enough you wretch a i cried. A no on my word 1 do not a he answered without getting angry. A the Man you live with you were never married to and he who married Yon had no More right to than i was too angry to reply so lie went Oil a if von Don t believe me go into the Little closet Over the Library that Edwards Calls his. This key will let Yon in you will find a Hole blah Law. Through the Quot floor where Yon can listen but As you value your life done to you make the least noise. I was stunned frightened angry still anxious to prove he lied. I took the key and went found them making counterfeit Money Learned that Edward so True name was Tull off and that i had been most terribly deceived. She finally escaped from the House Mulloff wa9 very angry and offered a Reward for her alive or dead. After various adventures the poor woman had come to Auburn having heard that Mulloff was confined there. The chaplain adds she was becoming drowsy and i knew by the wildly fluttering pulse that what she said she most say soon As i asked her a do you bolide he murdered his wife and child a she started quickly up and Gaspin Gly said a i know he would have murdered me if he this Story had been very painful and a tedious As she told it with her hesitating coughing sinking and gasping fur breath. At last she Sank into a heavy stupor breathing with the greatest difficulty yet not seeming conscious of anything. She never rallied but her pulse beat faster and her breathing was More Laboured until both ceased Aud Man having no More Power Over her could never again make the fragile Frame quiver with fear at the sound of a strange voice or the trembling feet Fly from an approaching footstep. To Morrow they will carry her to the strangers last resting place the pot-ter�?T8 Field. After work hours i went to Rul lofts cell culled him to me and said Mulloff did you Ever know a girl by the name of Alice Edwards lie turned White and red and then rested his face in his hands but soon with a masterly Effort of self control he replied with a taint smile As he looked up frankly a Why did you a i knew it was useless to attempt to make him acknowledge anything so i said a Young woman calling herself by that name died at my House yesterday b1 6 Yus iwo Toti to Najr he Otono a week ago she was indeed an object of pity sick wasted hungry with barely rags to cover her leaving her without any Protection against the piercing winds and pelting storm. A a Well a said he impatiently a what has this to do with me one might suppose that i had quite enough to Bear of my own troubles without being afflicted with other Peoples had this been no concern of yours i replied i should not have taken the pains to Tell Yon of it. A How does it concern me a he asked sharply. Because said i she spoke of you in her delirium. A Only in her delirium a he replied in a sneering tone. No i answered with some asperity she told of her life with you How you ruined her and then sought to kill her because she had discovered the fraud and surprised some of your secrets. For a moment i thought his curiosity would get the better of his Ca Tiou he wanted to know More but i was determined not to Tell unless he asked. Then his countenance assumed social appearance As he said a of course whatever this or any other person might say of me that was evil would find willing cars and ready people Are not Apt to Tell falsehoods when they Are dying i replied. A i once knew a woman a he said a who thought she was mistress of King George though she had never crossed the water and in dying she repeated begged her medical attendant whom she imagined was the Dis Bolte King to have mercy on their children and remember they were his flesh and not Long after this last incident we find another attempt to arouse this obdurate Man to some kind of sensibility. The journal says a i was informed to Day that a Box had been fished up in Cayuga Lake lost after coming to the surface. The general belief is that it contains the remains of Kull Olts wife and so this afternoon As i was passing Rul lofts cell i stopped before it lie was standing by the door und bade me a pleasant a Good without returning his salutation i said hastily a Trull off the Box containing the remains of your wife and child has been found in Cayuga he smiled and said a Nickle a you Are always finding something pleasant that belongs to me chaplain. The next tiling 1 expect to hear is of a whole regiment of infants to whom 1 have Given existence and then served them up in All manner of ways even to such a fricassee As the woman of Jerusalem Mode of _ a the latest experience with kerosene Oil was the trial of its effects on a two years old negro child at Wilmington n. C. A negro boy ten or twelve years of age was passing along with a can of kerosene Oil and seeing the child playing in the Strep caught it and deliberately holding open its month made it Swallow n considerable Quantity of the Oil. At last accounts the child was very Jow and not expected to recover it Mouth being in a horrible condition and its stomach badly swollen. A there Are questions to indelicate that they Merit neither troth or falsehood. A resist fearlessly the opinion of the world provided self respect grows proportionally a a in convening we should study not on the character Bat also the education of the Pertra a address the following is a transcript of some sections of the primitive judicial code which existed in the state of Connecticut during the time of its first settlers and their immediate do pendants und known As inc a Blue Laws of Connecticut a 1. The governor and magistrates convened in general Assembly Are the supreme in Der god of this Independent Dominion. 2. From the determination of the Assembly no Appeal shall be made. 3. The governor is amenable to the voice of the people. 4. The governor shall have Only a single vote in determining any question except a casting vote when the Assembly May be equally divided. 5. The Assembly of the people shall not be dismissed by the governor but shall dismiss itself. G. Conspiracy against the Dominion shall he punished with death. 7. Whoever says a there it a Power holding jurisdiction Over and above this Dominion shall be punished with death and loss of property. 8. Whoever attempts to change or overturn this Dominion shall suffer death. 9. The judges shall determine controversies without a jury. 10. No one shall be a Freeman or give a vote unless he be converted or a member in full communion of one of the churches allowed in this Dominion. 11. No one shall hold any office who is not sound in the Faith and faithful to this Dominion and whoever gives a vote to such a person shall a one of one Pound Lor the second offence to shall be disfranchised. 12. No Quaker or dissenter from the established worship of this Dominion shall be allowed to give a vote for the election j i of magistrate or any officer. 1 13. No food and lodgings shall be al Lowed to a Quaker adamites or other heretic. 14. If any person shall turn Quaker he shall be banished Aud suffered to return on pain of death. 15. No priest shall abide in this Dominion. He shall be banished and suffer death on his return. Priests May be seized by any one without a warrant 10. No one shall Cross a River but with an authorized ferryman. 17. No one shall run of a Sabbath Day or Wulk in his Garden or elsewhere except reverently to and from Church. 18. No one shall travel Cook victuals make Beds sweep houses Cut hair or shave on the Sabbath Day. 19. No woman shall kiss her child on Sabbath or fasting Day. 20. A person accused of trespass in the night shall to judged guilty unless he clears himself by oath. 21. When it appears that an accomplice has confederates and he refuses to discover them he May be racked. 22. No one a Ball buy or sell lands without the permission of the . 23. A drunkard shall have a master appointed by the selectmen who is to Debar him the privilege of buying or Selling. 24. Whoever publishes a lie to the prejudice of his neighbors shall sit in the stocks or be whipped fifteen 15 stripes. 25. No minister shall keep a school. 2g. Man steal cars shall suffer death. 27. Whoever wears clothes trimmed with Silver or Bone lace above two 2 shillings a Yard shall be presented by the grand jurors and the selectmen shall tax the offender at the rate of three Hundred 3uu pounds estate. 28. A debtor in prison swearing he has no estate shall be let out and sold to make satisfaction. A 1 a 29. Whoever sets fire to the Woods and it Burns a House shall Saffer death and persons suspected of the crime shall be imprisoned without the Benefit of bail. 30. Whoever brings cards or Dice into this Dominion shall a Fine of five 5 pounds. 31. No one shall read common prayer keep Christmas or saints Day make mince pies dance play on any instrument of music except the drum the trumpet and the jew�?T8-Hnrp. 32. When parents refuse their children suitable marriages the magistrate shall determine the Point 33. The selectmen on finding children ignorant May take them away from their parents and put them into better bands at the expense of the parents. Word of narc Aurelias. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Oue of the Best Pagan rulers that Ever lived was emperor of Rome from a. D. 160 to 180, when the seven filled City was mistress of the civilized would. His life was Mon Deal by the philosophic teachings of the stoics whose leading principles were that virtue is the Only thing desirable and that pain is no real evil. His Book a thoughts concerning myself a although composed like Caesars commentaries amid the distractions of a military Campaign contains thoughts worthy of note even in these Christian times for it was written by one who was of Gibbons says a severe to himself indulgent to the imperfections of others just and Beneficent to on the duty of Universal Benevolence a a a men exist for the Sake of one another teach them then or Bear with them. A a the Best Way of avenging thyself is not to become like the wrong doer. A a accustom thyself carefully to attend to what is said by another and us much As possible be in the speaker s mind. A a be not ashamed to be helped for it is Brigham toting. A or. Seward Early in March was in Calcutta and the editor of the Calcutta englishman was so much interested in or. Seward a recital of his visit to Brigham Young that he furnished Bis readers with this account. A a 1 knew Yon years ago in a barn or. Seward Ami we on get to meet As friends a said Brigham Ydung. A a surely you most be mistaken a we the reply and Brigham coloured a Little As jeaioti3 of Bis Powers of memory or his ability to speak the troth. In a tone of self defence he went on to say to or Seward a a Yon studied Law with in do Miller in the state of new York.�?�. A a i commenced practice of Law with judge Miller a said or. Seward and an born has always been my Quot Brigham went on to Tell or. Seward whom lie married and named Ono connection of Bis after another till or. Seward began to perceive that to was really talking with a fellow townsman if not an old neighbor. Coming a Little nearer to the Murk Brigham said a a done to you remember the Man that Laid and arranged your Garden ? i do that thy business to do thy duty like a Soldier j Man Don to Fon recall the Man who built in the assault of a town. Therefore if Sotir 10ugc y j am that Mechanic Lam being lame thou canst not mount upon a the battlements alone but with the help of another accept help. A a Ono thing Here is Worth o great Deal a to pass life in truth and Justice with a benevolent disposition even to liars and unjust men. A a As a horse when he has run a dog when he has tracked the game a Bee when it has made the Honey so a Man when now Ono of the richest men in America have built this great City and have More than one Hundred thousand followers disciples of the Church of god of the latter Day saints settled far and wide of this turning the wilderness of Utah into a Garden no and Down Here for two Hundred miles.�?�. To end the Climax no soonest did Brigham Young Umler stand that his fellow he has Doue. A Good act does not Call out townsman Heward the lawyer after wind for some others to come and see but goes on to another Good act As a vice goes on to produce again the grapes in season. A a Benevolence is invincible if it be Gennine. A a Man is a citizen of the highest City of which All other cities Are but on submission to the order of nature a a observe constantly that All thing3 take place by change and accustom thyself to consider that the nature of the universe loves nothing so ranch As to change the things which Are and to make new things like them. A we arc nil working together to one end some with knowledge and design and others without knowing what they do. But men co operate after different fashions and even those co operate abundantly who find fault with nature and those who try to oppose and hinder her for the universe had need of even such Meu As these. A a whatever May happen to me it was prepared for me from All eternity. A a it is very possible to be a divine Man Aud to be recognized As such Boho one. A a there Are Briars in the Road. Turn aside from them then. Do not add a Why were such things made in the world a for thou Wilt be ridiculed by a Man who is acquainted with nature As thou wouldst be ridiculed by a Carpen ter and Shoemaker if thou didst find fault because Thon Seest in their workshop shavings and cuttings from the things which i they make. A a All things Are implicated with one another and the Bond is holy. A a death is nothing else than an operation of nature and if any one is afraid of an operation of nature lie is a child. A a run through thy Little space of time conformably to nature and end thy journey in Content just As an Olive Falls off when it is Ripe Lessing nature who produced it and thanking the treo non which it a a nuke primers proverbs. Never Send est Thon an article for publication without giving the editors thy name for the name oftentimes secures publication to worthless articles. Thou should St not rap at the door of a printing office for lie that answer eth the rap Snee Reth in his sleeves and Loseth time. Neither do Thon loaf about asking questions or Knock Down Type or the boys will love thee like they do Shade Trees when thou Leateth. Ton should St never read the copy on the printers ease or the Sharp and hooked Container thereof or he May Knock thee Down. Never enquire thou of the editor for the news for behold it is his business at the appointed time to give it to thee without asking. It is not right that thou shone do St ask him who is the author of an article for his duty req Ireth him to keep such things to himself. When Thon Dost enter into his office take bid into thyself that Thon Dost not look at what May be lying open and con Clemeth twice not for that is not meet in the sight of Good Breeding. Neither examine thou the proof Sheet for it is not ready to meet thine Eye that Thon maye3t understand. Prefer thine own town paper to any other and subscribe for it immediately. Pay for it in Advance and it shall be Well for thee and thine. A not Long ago a gentleman bad occasion to reprove Bis Littha Feon aged five Aud a half years for an Ofreneo which bad on others occasions called Forth words of correction. The Parent closed with a now Willie i done to want to speak to you again about this in which was promptly and ver decidedly responded to As follows a a 1 a i dose Tai t want Yon torn there a ventriloquists joke. Last week says the Troy press a Well known Matner ventriloquist was passenger on Board a Hudson River Railroad car. Which was in charge of conductor files. As the train proceeded the Ventri Loqui began the imitation of a rooster in a sort of a a chunk it the Taw style. A couple of repetitions brought the conductor into the car in a Harry followed by the broke Man who insisted that the a a rooster be take into the baggage car where he belonged. Of course none of the passengers had a a a rooster with which to accommodate the zealous officers. The conductor and brakeman then waxed Wroth and vowed they would find that rooster any Way. They walked no the aisle carefully glancing at the feet of each passenger for the Basket or parcel in Whitfi the a a rooster was roosting. In the Middle of the car they found a woman with qua big Basket in her Possession. A a of Here is the game rooster a a said the conductor a a let us put him the ventriloquist sat quietly opposite and threw his voice apparently into the Basket. A a it a Here sure a with a significant Glanco at the Brake Nau and addressing the lady he inquired blandly if she had any objections to the removal of the Basket und contents to the baggage car. The old lady did no to understand the joke at All and thinking it against Railroad rules to carry a Basket in the passenger car permitted the conductor to take it Way. He had hardly started for the door when the a rooster s a voice was heard in the rear of the car. This was too much for conductor f., who suddenly comprehended the jokes Aud quickly returning the old lady a Basket a pointed Quot for tho nearest door As if on an important and pressing Mission. The passengers set no a lond laugh As he disappeared and the employees of the Road have taken up the a a rooster Story at occasional intervals to the inexpressible contempt and disgust of the vigilant car conductor. Nothing farther to by it a a a Herd of buffaloes recently a Herd of two Hundred and fifty boffo does was driven into to Missouri a River near the Whetstone Indian Agency. A few reached to left Bank in safety a few others were killed in the River and the remainder of the Herd perished in tie Waves of the Treash Crotis rapid River which at the time was swollen by the flood and their bodies floated with the current the Sioux City a times says the Robes of the animals much damaged by their transit in the water and the body of men who can Secare the whole lot of Buff alone can elite at least 1,500. They float in one Large body like a Reft which they of oily Mem Luln the water governor of the state of new York then for years senator in Congress of the United states then member of tie president Cabinet and Secretary of state Privo minister for the whole country through Lincoln a double term of service was about to visit British Ludia than he cordially offered him a handsome letter of introduction to one whom he had Long since known As a Friend so he said and who should that be but Earl Mayo tho Viceroy and governor of India tho letter will probably he presented if Only for the fun of to commercial. Perpetual weather table 1 it is quite possible that the study of the following weather table May be of much Benefit to Farmers and other if they Only follow the admonitions. It waa constructed by the celebrated or. Her Shell upon a philosophic consider Tioff of the attraction of the son and Moon. It is confirmed by the experience of Many years observation and will suggest to the observer what kind of weather will probably follow tho Moons Entrance into any of her quarters. As a general Rale i twin be found wonderfully Correct if the Moon changes at 12 of clock noon the weather immediately afterwards will be very Rainy if in summer and there will be Snow or rain if in Winter. If Between 3 and 4 of clock p. A changeable in Sam Mere for and mild in Winter. Between 4 and 8 o clock fair both in Winter and summer. Between 9 and 10 of cock p. A in summer fair if tho wind is Northwest Rainy if South or Southwest. In Winter fair and frosty if tie wind is from the South or Southwest. Between 10 and 12 of clock p. M., Rainy in summer mud fair and frosty in Winter. Between 11 at night and 2 of clock in fair in summer and frosty in Winter unless the wind is from the South or Southeast. Between 2 and 4 of clock a a com and very showery in summer and Snow and storm in Winter. Between 4 and g of clock a. A Rainy both in summer and Winter. A Between g and 8 of clock a. In., showery in summer and Colden Winter. \ Between 10 and 12 of clock a. A showery in summer and cold and Windy a a Winter. The be Triflet Forem discovered last june near Calistoga California and which has attracted great attention in that state is not As wonderful a curiosity As has been asserted. The Alta gah Foruria says that tho Nama adopted by common usage conveys an erroneous impression As there is no Forest nor any petrified tree in no upright position. Porta of about twelve Trees Are lying Down scattered Over a surface about three handled Yards Square. Neither petrified branches nor leaves have been discovered and the petrified trunks vary in diameter from one foot to five feet the greater number being Over two feet in diameter. The largest trunk is fifteen feet Long and five feet in diameter. The Petr faction however is completed All the won by Fibre having and having been replaced a Garish crystallization mainly composed of Carbonate of Lime. The Grain of the Wood is distinctly preserved m appearance and knot hol Esaud fractures Are found in it being occasionally lined with transparent crystals of Carbonate of Lime. Every Stone trunk is broken across transversely the fracture being More smooth than if it had taken Placo when the tree had been in a vegetable St be bal not so smooth As if the trunk had been sawed. The first notices of these petrified trunks stated that live Lizard Abad beet discovered entirely Snurr noded by tho crystallized Carbonate of Lime it a a sow however contended with great probability that these Little lizards had crawled into the crevices of the petrified Trees for the Parpos of obtaining 8helterand that too Only a1 few month s ago. A. Ears what Youj Sie Kiva three fourths of the difficulties and to miseries of men Como from the fact that they want wealth without earning it Faino without deserving it popularity without Temperance respect without virtue and Happi nees without holiness. The Man who wants the Best things and is willing to Are Worth by hone if Effort and hard Selm Caniato will have no difficulty in procuring Wharfe wants last. It Isth men who Ynfant goods my credit that Aro snubbed and Iid overwhelmed in the -

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