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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - August 9, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaThe Montrose e. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday August 9, 1871. Volume xxviii number 32. Flu Sisu Gutte. Or. W. W. Smith dist it. Rooms at his dwelling next door East of us rep Allcan printing office. Office boor from a m. To 4 r. Montrose May 3,1871�?tf a Rebarber in rat hat Charle for re la the Barber who an Ham Rar Bee to order cola Brown Black a Rod Briar lev hair. In hit office. Just of stairs. There you will find him of Gere s a Tore below Mckenr Iees Jart one door Llo Strosc Jane 7,18�l.�?o4f c. Morris. 1. B. Amp a. N. My Colussi it Law office Over the Bank Montrose a. Montrose May 10, 1s71. A or. D. A. Isar Ulrop. Has opened an office at the foot of Chestnut it ret near the Catholic Juarch where he Cau be consulted at All times. Montrose april 20,187l _ 7 Cross hox amp Baldwin attorneys at Over the store of to. J. Halford on Pabloc Avenal Montrose a. W. A. Cos amp xxx. A a a Maat Roee March 1,1871. I d. L. Bau Wix. To. J. D. Vail per Ziriax and surgeon. Ital permanently locked himself in ., where he will promptly attend to All Cali in his profession with which he May be favored. Office and residence West of inc oort House. Near Fitch amp Watson s office. Montrose february 8, Istl. Law office pitch a Watson attorney of Law at the old office of Bentley or to Tab Montrose. A. Of Bentley l a. R. Men. Jan. 11, 71. W. W. W1tms. s. Stoddard dealer in boots and shoes hats and Caps leather and findings main Street 1st door below Boyd s store. Work made to order and repairing done neatly Montrose Jan. 1,1s�0. Littles amp Blakeslee attorney and counsellor at Law. Office tha Ona heretofore oct pled by ii. B. A g. P. Little on main Street Montrose a. Aprilo. It. P. Hitt. Geo. R. Little. E. 1 b lakes xxx. The Mck Sare. C. C. Jacuot. W. Ii. Mccara. Mckenzie Faurot amp co. Dealers in dry goods cloth tag ladies and misses Floe shoes. Also agents for the great american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose a. 1,0. Lewis Knoll Sija ving and hair dressing. Shop in the new Post office building where he will he found ready to attend All who May want anything in his line. Montrose a. Oct. 13, 1800. Quot o. It. Hawlet dealer in dry goods groceries. Crockery. Hardware. Hats Cap. . Read had cloth ing paints Olla Etc. New Milford a. Sept. 8, 69. Oitt i a Otna. Written for Harper s weekly. Gone with a handsomer ban. By will m. Carlton. . Or. S. W. Dayton physician it . Tender his service a the citizens of great Bend and Var Unity office at his residence opposite Barnum House g t. Bend Village. Sept. 1st, lk6u.-tf a. O. Warren attorney a Law. Bounty rack . Pension and Rem on claims attended to. Office a. A or below Boyd s store . An. 1, 69 m. C. Sirr tos auctioneer and insurance an 69tf agent Friendsville a. C. S. Gilbert it. S Auto loner Angl �9 1 great. Bind pm. Ahi Elt it. S. Auction or. Aug. 1, 15c9 Addris. Brooklyn. In John a roves fashionable tailor Mont Mac i it. Shop Over Chandler e Sun a. Al order al lord in hrs a re to Yie. Cut Iii done on abort notice and warranted to at. W. W. Smyth Cabinet and chair a i main Atzert Montrose. A Ang. 1. 18s9. Ii. Bait Titt dealer in Staple and fancy dry Good., crockery hard wore Iron stove dry a. Oil and patau Shock. Raw Capa. Fora Buffalo Robe. Groceries provision. C.c., new Milford it. Quot or. L. P. Hines qts permanently located at pase of practising Medicine and surgery in a a a a branches. He May be found at the Jackson House. Office boors from 8 a. M., to 8. P. Or Lendville pa., Ang 1. 1869. Stroud amp brows fire and life insurance agents. A Balnca. Attended to promptly on tar terme. Olice frat door North old Flo Noje hotel Well video Montrose in. ,18c9. Biu Nta. So non. A Nama l. Bonomi. Viji. D. Lusk a Torset at Law Montrose. A. Ofhie the Tarbell Honan near the court la Oso. Auff 1. 1859.�?tf___ Abel Turrell dealer to Draga Patent Medicine chaotic sly Idna Ora Patata. Urls Dyo Moffa. Varaia Hea win a ? Wall a Windo. P. Nor Stone Ware lamps kerosene machinery of. Masses Gans ammunition knives spectacle Brushe fancy goods jewelry Feria by being fono tithe most numerous ext Niit Vodd valuable collections of goods in sons Anchanna co. Established in 1s43. Montrose a. rec worked in the Field All Day amp prowl no the Stony Streak a i be scolded my team till to hoarse Uve tramped till my Lega Ore weak i be choked a dozen Swean sons not to Tell Jane fibs when the plow pm int struck a Stone and the handles punched my ribs. Rec put my in the barn and rubbed their sweaty Coats 1�?Tyc fed Mem a Heap of Hay and half a Bushel of Oats. And to see the Way they eat makes to like eat in feel and Jane won t say to night that i done to Moko out a meal to Cal said the door is locked j but Here she a left the key under the step in a place known Only to her Aud me i wonder who s dying or dead that she a hustled of Pell Mell but hero on the table s a note and probably this will Tell Good god 1 my wife is gone 1 my wife is gone astray a the letter it Saya m Good by for i m a going away Rve lived with you six months John and so for in be been True but i m going away to Day with a handsomer Mai than a Han Somr Man than me Why that ainu to much to say there Shane Somr men than me go past Here every Day. There Shane Somer Meu Ian me i ainu to of the Han some kind but a Lotin or Man than i was i guess Shell never find. Curse her curse her i say and give my curses wings. May the words of love i be spoken to changed to scorpion stings of she filled my heart with Joy she emptied my heart of doubt and now with the scratch of a pen 6hc lets my hearts blood out curse her curse her say i abet a some time Rue this Day Shell some time a Cam that hate is a game that two Cau play and Long before she Dies Shell Grieve she Ever was bom and i la plow her Gravo with hate and seed it Down with scorn 1 As sure As the world goes on there la come a time Keu she will read the Devilish heart of that hand Somr Man than me and there la be a time when he will find of others do that she who is false to one can be the same with two. And when her foce grows Pale and when her eyes grow Dan and when lie ii tired of her and she is tired of Shell 1 1 what she ought to have Doc and coolly count the Cost and then Shell Seo things dear and know what she has lost. And thoughts that Are now asleep will Wake up in her mind and she will Moum and cry for what she has left behind and maybe Shell sometimes Long for me for me but no the blotted her out of my heart and i will not have it so. And yet in her girlish heart there was something or other she had that Fost Ned a Man to her and Wasny to entirely had and she loved me a Little i think although it did t last but i think of these things Ivy a buried Mem in the past to take my hard words Back nor make a bad matter worse Shell have trouble enough she shall not have my curse but i live a life so Square and i Well know that i can that she always will sorry be that she went with that hand Somr Man. At intubate Friend a Story for wives. For years i Bod logged for an intimate lady Friend. Xot that i was an unloving wife or bad an unloving husband but there Are a thousand things interesting to women which one does not want to talk about to ones lie ire lord even though he be the Light of ones eyes and the Star of ones existence. So As i said before i longed for a lady Friend mud being very hard to snit i longed a Long time before i found the right one. Of course i was the victim of several mistakes before a my Affinity really smiled upon me just As tho men almost always Are when looking out for a some one to love some one to mrs. A. For a Brief time seemed the realization of my dreams but i soon discovered her heart was As false As her hair und her mind As shallow of her Eyck mrs. B. Next attracted my attention but she proved vain in sincere and superficial. Mrs. E. Could talk of nothing but the fashions and mrs. H. Of nothing but the men. I wanted a True sensible poetical soul. I jingled rhymes a Little a myself. With a yellow Jingle How harmoniously life would Glide on. I took very Little Lucrest in the Cut of a sleeve or the set of a what Dye Call pm. My Friend must also be one who took no interest in the set of what Dye Call Ems but whose thoughts soared far above the Petty trifles which absorb most women slime. I wore my own hair Teeth complexion Aud eyebrows. I gloried in the consciousness that though poor they were my Onn. Should she the fair unknown also Wear her Orvn hair Teeth complexion and eyebrows my cup of Bliss would indeed be full. Owing nothing to Art and still less to artful Ness How Sweet the current of our United lives would flew. At last i found her. A Eureka a i said or words to that effect. It Ivas at one of or. A s parties. When she entered the room i Felt a a Titis is my female True she was draped in the costliest fabrics diamonds glittered on her taper fingers on her slender wrists and in her much curled hair. But in her Large sad Grey eyes i saw her Calm silent reserved behaviour told of her dislike to these scenes of so called mirth. I knew that she thought the Golden moments of time too precious to be wasted in such frivolities. In the proud yet humiliated glance she cast upon her husband i read the glory of another Bright spirit bound to one of the Earth earthly. She told me afterwards that All these suppositions were per a Oro a trounced to each other so amp remarked m a Sweet lisping voice. <4i a Emir that you arc a poetess the Only on Eft have Ever met in this d. W. Searle attorney a Law. Office Over the to a of a. Lathrop in the Bricf Block. Montrose a. Art 69 or. W. L. Richardson physician burgeon let Den i 5ro.f�, to the citizen of Montrose and Vicinity. Office at i residence on the Corner East of a Bros. Foundry. Ang. 1, 1669. Or. E. L. Gardner physician and surgeon. Montrose a. Solvej a mention to disease of the heart Ana eav Ecial attention to disease a n Long and All surreal Dwean it. Office Dean. Board at Searle hotel. Ang. 1. 1869 in a Iii 1 us v. A v. Selfish fashionable Circle. And Here a with a Bright Burns amp k1chols, is airs in Draga. Medicine Chc Teala Dye a a a faint Oil varnish Llano re ,.faery a Medicine Perl Meyrand Toile tar to elem Ray of Rcd Crin Tlona car Lilly rncucnvnt.be1. Searles a hotel Moet a a. B. Buttasi Angal 18�. Dre a Xian Bick physician a surgeon. Respectfully tender a i Prozee Siobal services to the citizen of and Vicinity. A office inthe office of or. I get boart at j. Hosford a. Aug. 1,1869. H punt Brothers r Scranton a. Wholesale amp retail dealer la hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware miss rail. Countersunk a t Muse Yth Roab a uix1so bup pub , spokes Felloes. Sea t spindles. Bows a. Anvils. Vices stocks and oils Bellows Eam Mebs. Sledges. Files. . Lib Culaba and it a a tackle blk Cement. Taib a big French window findings to fair Bank a Scales Canton. March St. 180s. To patronize Hoke manupactbbe1awl be great Ohio National Premium held at Man a Cid int Sto. And the Penny Leaffia Maryland is if genl state Premium 1 a a Centre of the machine a dec tally a a Cali cd ii Inorg int Are opt a incan to changed instantly Frota 8 High 1 to one a to i re Alowe r. A a Tihoni a top Thna adapt Ingli their to bad place and a by and heavy Ottea. One Cut Tang App Arathi la perfect. No Baki and one Patent knit Ediar it a beyond doubt the a ooh get to Bach nein the world aril Togati Deji end Jion it beige lib we a Here is her Kitchen Dreas it makes my poor eyes blur it seems when 1 look at that As if go twas Bolding her. And Here arc her week Day shoes and there is her week Day hat. And yonder a her wedding gown i wonder she did no to take that a twos Only this Moro in she Cam and called me her a Dearest dear Quot and said i was Makin for her a regular Paradise Here. 0 god if you want n Man to sense the pains of hell before Yon pitch him in just keep him in heaven a spell 1 Good by i wish that death had severed us two Yong visit a worship or hero you be crushed a Loving heart 1�?Tn worship no women again but i guess til learn to Pray and Kneel As you used to Kneel before you ran away. And if i thought i could bring my words on heaven to Bear and if i thu get i had some Little influence there1 would Pray that i might be if it Only could Beso As Happy and Gay of i was a half an Hoar ago. Jake Enten Tso a Why John what a litter Hore you be thrown things All around i come what a the matter now and what re Yon lost or band ? and Here a my father Here a waiting for sapper too five been a Riding with him he a that a a Bank som or Man than a hapa take a seat while i tho Kettle on a and get things ready for Tea and kiss my dear old John. Why John you look so strange come wha t has crossed your track ? i was Only a joking you know i m willing to take it Hack. J0he�? abide a we How if Thi ainu to q joke with rather a hitter Cream it seems As if to woke from a mighty ticklish dream and i think she a a smells a rat a for she smiles at a me so queer i Hope she Don to Good lord i Hope that they a did no to hear a twas one of he practical drives she thought pm understand 1 but iffy never break so flu Atatim get the by a a a a of the land. But a no things settled with Mon to appreciate Leavia Well a Xis Good far a snap to faxe some pm Len minutes weary Why do you come indulging smile. A a principally to make fun of the company a i confessed a and you our hostess tells me you also court the a a 0 a with a shrug of her Satin covered shoulders a my husband wishes me to found no Opportunity of talking that evening for supper was announced. It fell to my Charles lot to Lead mrs. In. Vou see i had jumped to the other end of the alphabet to supper and As they passed me i caught the words _ a a what a Sweet Little creature your wife is i am positively in love with rapture my affection returned. The Patieus t search of years was rewarded. I had found at last my intimate Friend. That night or rather next morning As i.6tood in my room wearily disentangling the Flowers from my hair i remarked to him a a Isnit she Lovely a t upon which he Quot remarked to me. A not at a a of 1 my Dearest a continued i. Between two yawns which i could not repress a i am sure you arc mistaken. In her face i find intellect sensibility deep feeling and a a and i find a returned the disagreeable thing a selfishness artful Ness smartness Aud no a a Charles a said i with dignity a i love a a better let her alone a muttered he. Here the argument ended for he had fallen asleep. But the More i thought about her the More i was resolved not to let her alone. Poor suffering things chained to that worldly creature dragged about by him from party to party decked in finery loaded with jewels and All to do him Honor. A poetess. How i should like to read her poems heart breaking things no doubt they were she showed some to me after we had communed about a month and one in which she spoke of a loathing her chains yet hugging them a brought tears to my eyes. And to in spite of Charles advice to tho contrary men Are so disagreeable sometimes Eva Theresa became my intimate Friend. Of How we loved each other. She was never Happy away from me. I was never Happy away from her. Morn noon and dewy eve we were together. I read her the Little effusions of my Mise and she read me the great effusion of her Muse. Our life was delicious. Sometimes i must admit her conduct seemed strange to me. As for instance when she refused a few cents to a wounded Soldier saying with tears in her eyes that or. In. Objected to give Manoy to beggars and tho next moment expended a Dollar on or when she flourished three or four Hundred doll Ais in Crisp Bank notes regretting with a sigh that she was obliged to Penc them All on herself for she had promised or. In. To do so or when she requested me to he sure and bring my own Needles and thread when i proposed to visit her with my sewing. _ a As i remarked before these things somewhat confused me for i would not for the life of me understand How or. W. Qou.14 a Fesq Var whether the it Tau was Given to the Soldier or paid to tho con fee Toner or Hov he was to find out if a few dollars out of three or four Hundred were spent for somebody beside Eva Theresa or most puzzling of All what could he know about my Needles and thread ? a a a be is such a Man tyrant a need to be m final conclusion a that poor dear Eva Tiresa is in mortal dread of him and imagines he is and Jet the monster seemed a Good sort of Nam Stern that is to Eva Theresa. He Bright her constantly tho richest gifts. Elery Day she Recei Veti from him delicious fruits and Lovely Flowers. He in Roundel her with books pictures and All sorts of Legant tilings. Her diamonds were the m St costly her dresses the most gorgeous Srauy in our circles. A a but Waif Are diamonds to a starved spirit or velvet Robes to a thirsty heart a asked Eva Theresa. A my tyrant wills that i should deck Mabel of gaily and i obey him but these Rich Hab aliments bring no Relief Toan anguished i noticed however 011 several occasions and it struck me As being rather Odd at tho time slut Eva Theresa addressed her a a tyrant Ajo my beloved a or a my heart s Ivell oar Friendship progressed. We read together sewed together when i brought my own Needle and thread Rode together when i paid for the Carriage mud walked together ail Libi Tum. My husband to my great Delight began to find pleasure in her company and she thought she detested men a Yuu Felling selfish brutes she called them through my influence at last confessed that Charles was an exception to the general Rule. She spent Long evenings with us and he took her Home. Sometimes i offered to accompany them bit dear thoughtful Eva Theresa would Sty a positively i Shane to stay Here again f i am to drag you you Little delicate nature out of the House at this time of right. Much As 1 would love to have yen with me dear i know that it is better for you to remain at and she would arrange the sofa pillows for me insist upon lying Down kiss me tend Rand then wait off with my husband. 1 it was fifteen minutes walk to Eva Theresa a residence could t help noticing but the Blueey Ltd one never returned under an hour. A a a Gnu must have walked slowly a said i one Moonlight night when he Hud been gone in hour and a half. A you begin to liki Eva Theresa very i a a i find her interest Inge As a study answered he with a a mile. Charles is a great admirer of to Dezeray. It happened tha after my Friendship for Eva Theresa Lull lasted for about a year i fell ill. The the Devotion of my intimate Friend would lava touched the heart of a Stone that is if a Stone Edvild be found with a heart. She came every Day to see me jul regretted that a he could not bring me i could i knew she had plenty of them every Day Herne a but then of course that dreadful or. a Way for discovering just How mail grapes and oranges she ate and How maty Flowers she smelt Shu bathed my head Whf the Cologne she found on my bureaus he did every thing for me she could do. 1 there was one Halpri motion on her part however which kick As i was i strongly objected to. Lie insisted at All times that i needed sleep and stealing from the room on Tipitt would Beckon to my husband to follow so that i might be left to perfect quiet. Now a perfect quiet1 was just what i did not want. to be amused and i must con fes thit i shed a few tears each time they be me alone. One Bright Judi morning i Felt better. The Sunshine str med into the room. I could Sec the a Dutiful Blue sky from my bed. The sound of children a voices came up pleasantly to me from the Street and Best of a my Trisband sat beside me holding my hand in his and telling me How glad he was that summer was bringing health to his Dea wife. Eva Theresa end a eds something disturbed Here she Alii ost frowned then smiling again she listened to my Side Laid a Vognet of viol to on my Pillow and gave me a poetical ks3. A a i cannot say a Nio ment a she said. A i have to prepare for fashionable wedding. I dont vant to go ote bit a with a childish pout a slut or. In. Insists upon it. So Good by dear i am so glad you Are so much utter. A Wil see you again tomorrow.�?T. And As die turned away she held out her baud Ocharles. He extended his but by some is Hance the paper she intended to Piad within it fluttered Down of the bed. Aul i secured it it was the smallest possible note fragrant with Rose perlite. A a some pretty Vene she wished him to read me in Hev Khaet a a i thought a fall of june Sunshine an Flowers a and i slowly in folded it this was the Pond a a will Yon again refuse to meet me ? once Moto i throw to the wind my womanly Pride and entreat Yon. Charles i Hlub love you of so much better than that childish creature you Call wife Ever could. I do not ask you to forsake Here kind Eva Theresaa let her dream on but let me love you too. Meet me this at tin fashionable ush is Well enough to be left alone. I have so much o say to you. 0 that i could melt that in heart your indifference drives me a lost Mai a a i Pray you be generous for once and Grant me the interview i my most intimate Friend. My dreamy Sensat ivc poetical Eva Theresa 1 my sight became Clear. I saw her As she was cruel mean selfish and artful i loud eds a the poems to my husband. A never let that woman enter my doors again a exclaimed i with vehemence. A a certainly not if Yon done to wish to have her a replied he calmly. A a and you a asked i eagerly. A a my Little one a Faith a smile a Jiromi this moment i forgot we Ever know her. Since then i have had no intimate lady Friend. A it is said that woman now lecture on every subject but washing darning and the Economy of the household. All Quot these things Are sealed books to the Strong How inc fool tricked inc Waymar never heard of Redmond of Hunan the Irish Highway robber Well that a surprising. The English Turpin and French duals hold a Candle to the Irish . But for All his shrewdness he met his match once and ill toll you How it was. Redmond was a Fine strapping gentlemanly fellow and a devoted admirer of the ladies As where is tho irishman that is not a and what is More a Friend to tho poor As you la admit when i Tell Yon that his demands for Cash were Only made of those persons who could afford to meet them and he delighted in forcing contributions from those who had the name of being hard landlords to their tenants. There Ivas one of this class whom Redmond never lost an Opportunity of taxing a for that was the polite name he gave to his own robberies. Every Quarter Day this gentleman or one of his servants sometimes Moro than one Uso to make a journey of six or seven Miles to Call for his rents and As regular As clock work there was Redmond of Hanlan with some Stout companions if necessary to waylay the collector As he returned Home. Every Means was used to elude him but to no purpose he had spies everywhere and get the exact information he wanted in Advance. So one Quarter Day when the get Leman a servants asked him about going for tho rents he swore at of Harlan and said to did not see tho use of collecting Money to hand Over to him now this gentleman had on his estate a boy called a Jerry the fool who had the run of the House mud made fun for the family. He had a great conceit of himself and when he heard what the master said be immediately asked to be allowed to go after the rents for once and declared that he would know the Way to bring them Safe Homo. Of course he was Only laughed at but when he represented that no harm could come from trying As he do worse than All those who had gone before him the Muster agreed to Dramur film. Upon that Jerry made some preparations As were necessary chose the worst horse in the stable an old Hack half Blind and three quarters lame Aud started on Bis Enterprise. Nothing occurred on the Way. Lie collected a cons Iderle amount of Money carefully disposed of it about his person and started homewards toward evening As he was quietly jogging along 011 the old Hack Ana was just entering a Long Lane with High Hedges of each bide a tall Tine looking Man Rode no to him on a handsome Roan Mare. God save you my Manfu says the gentle mau. A god save your Honor 1�?� replied Jerry. A a what a your name my mau a says the gentleman. A a Jerry the fool and in a not ashamed of it in hat a yours a the gentleman took no notice of this question. After a while he say _ a tiny a a a flu Anim la vnn1� we a Jerry. Faith and in a glad your Honor likes it a says Jerry a a but it Isnit myself that a care to take a lease of his life. But hell serve my term any Way for its not in much of a hurry i am travel Inge in be Only been to the Village beyond to collect the master s rents for a surely he is not such a fool As to Trust you with that Job a a Harrah Why not a asked Jerry. A Why done to you know that Redmond of Haniana son the Road a a Redmond of Hanlan is it a says Jerry. A a ugh that for Redmond 0�?Tllanlan a says he snapping his fingers. A Faix Jerry Quot the fool is a match for a dozen of the likes of him any Day in the week and sunday into the bargain a the stranger laughed and they Rode on in silence till they came to a very lonely part of the Road when he Drew a Brace of pistol and told Jerry to hand Over All the Money he had about him or head try if he Hud Bruins by sending a couple of bullets through his head. A a Media murther a roared Jerry in a tone of Surprise and fright a a Yon done to mean to say that your Honor is Redmond of Harlan. A a i do indeed. So hand Over my Man and look Sharp about it a a but Faix its Kilt inti rely by tho master ill be if i go Home without the a a what a that to me ? asked of Harlan. A anyhow a says Jerry. A i must show them that 1 had a murdering fight for it perhaps your Honor mind firing a shot through Iny old 0�?Thau-Lau did so laughing at the trick. A and now another through the breast of my coat and heaven bless you. Ibis was done. A now just one in the skirt of it Aud Good Luck to your a but in be discharged both of my pistols and dont want the trouble of loading them again for Faix i should dearly like a shot through the skirts it would show that i Dougli t desperate. Are you sure your Honor has t another pistol in your pocket that you mind firing for a poor boys in k p a j a confound it to to sure i am. Hand Over your Money or ill beat you to a Jelly with my a c Well a says Jerry after a Good Deal of fumbling. A i suppose considering the trouble in be had in collecting these rings your Honor wont mind going Over the hedge after and he threw Over a sack apparently Well filled with Coin. Half laughing half angry the highwayman first Dimmg a blow Quot at Jerry with his whip which he avoided by ducking dismounted and climbed Over the hedge and no sooner had he done so Thau Jerry slipped off the old Hack and. Mounted o Unalan s a a a a by id Scran to you Redmond of Hanlan 1�?� he bawled. A did no to i Tell you Jerry the fool was a. Match for a dozen of i. A 1�? i. Horrible al Bra one of the most Lomblo affairs that Ever transpired in the Runals of crime has just come to Light near Gilman and resulted yesterday morning in a double tragedy. On tho night of june 13, an irishman named Martin Meara residing two Miles from Gilman gave Bis Little son aged eleven years a severe beating for some slight offence. On the following morning he told the boy to get up und build a fire when the Little fellow said be was unable to do so. Meara then kindled a fire and when the stove was nearly red hot went to the bed took the boy out and deliberately set him on the stove and held him there until the flesh was burned off and hip Bones protruded. The smell of the burning flesh almost suffocated the in mates of the House und the screams of tho Little sufferer could be heard for More than a Quarter of a mile tho wife of the human fiend was confined to her bed with an infant Only a Day old and was unable to offer any resistance beyond of cello expostulation. Tho boy succeeded in getting off the stove when the inhuman father seized him and again placed him upon it this time standing him on Bis feet and holding him there until the flesh was burned from his feet. Lie then took him from the stove struck him repeatedly on the head and threw him under the bed. The monster at this Point seems to have become frightened at what he had done and pulling tho boy from under the bed Pegau to pour whiskey Down him which somewhat revived him. He told the boy to stand up but the poor sufferer said a a father i cannot see any he was probably in a dying condition at that time but the father cools knocked the boy in the head und instantly ended his sufferings. Telling his wife and daughter not to divulge what had transpired if they valued their lives he prepared the remains of the boy for burial by pin Wing them up in u a lieu he then dug a grave near a Bedge deposited the body therein and carefully replaced the Earth the subsoil first so As to almost defy detection. To harrowed Over the spot and As he supposed carefully removed Ull evidence of Bis crime. He went to Gilman stating a that his boy had run away and. Procured some handbills offering a Reward for his recovery. On last thursday tho suspicions of the neighbors having been arou3ed, they determined upon a search for the body of the boy who Many of them believed to have been murdered. Or. Mccourtie of Omar a headed tho investigations and was assisted by about fifty neighbors. They went to the laughter of the brute at a school Aud by assuring her that they would not allow her father to Hurt her Drew from her lips the details of the horrible affair As Given above., Penix a Diu i Valeara s Numis Eftev add Kinu ii Ltd Titis Dju and commenced searching for the re the hebrew Hontz of am ii Quot . Last thursday was the ninth Day of the hebrew month of a the anniversary of the destruction of tho Temple at Jerasa Lem Aud is celebrated 03 a fast Day by the orthodox israelite All Over the world it was upon this Day that the Temple of is Rue Lites at Jerusalem was destroyed by tho babylonian King in the reign of Zedekiah King of ,.when the hebrews were taken of captives to Babylon and the eyes of the hebrew King put out. This King was the last of tho dynasty of the House of David Twenty one Kings of that family having reigned until this time the whole period of their reign being 514 years. After Cyrus became lord of Babylon he permitted the hebrews to return to their native land and rebuild their Temple but after the space of g30 years the romans invaded Palestine and again on tho ninth of a. The Temple was burned to tho ground and the israelite banished from their country Frum which time they have been dispersed Over the Globe. A the taking of tho City however put an end to the horrible famine that a i to cd among its inhabitants. Tho orthodox israelite Are very scrupulous in observing this fast Day eating nothing until Sunset regarding the Day of a visitation of god for the transgressions committed by their ancestors and recite prayers for tho Rotan to Jerusalem. Tho reformers regard it As a Wise decree of Providence who designed Israel As a Light to the nations of Banner bearers of the Law Giten on Sinai and therefore dispersed the nation Over the world. The ninth of Abbas furnished a theme for tho hebrew poets in the mid. Die Ages who moved by an irresistible impulse have Given expression to their feelings and uttered songs of woe Over the mi8fortnnea brought upon Israel on that Day. Many of them feeling it do sire to see the Walls of the Temple and there in distress and agony spent the remainder of their Days. To a wonderful coincidence history relates that it was upon this very Day tho ninth of Abs that the banishment of the israelite from Spain took place in tho reign of Feidi. Hand and Isabella in 1402, the Sovereign pair after having conquered Granada thought it would to pleasing to tho deity to drive them from Spain. Three Hundred thousand men women and Chil. Dren marched upon tho second of angst of that year from Spain headed by Abarbanel the minister of finance who being an israelite had also to suffer tho penalty. On the next Day tho third of August Columbus sailed from Lisbon a bin be discovered America which has since proved a new Home to the israelite it a Light have been we hear a great Deal about this phrase a it might have you ? its a sack of bnus3 buttons you be gone Over the hedge after Yon thief of tho world a and touching the Fine Mare with 9th0 spurs to galloped off singing at the top of his voice the old Melody a go to tho mischief and shake yourself a of Hanlan could us to pursue him on the Hack and the cate fool nud made him discharge his pistols. There was nothing for it but to walk away on sing his own stupidity and Ever after if any one wanted to provoke him they had Only to ask him Whu he had last seen Jerry the fool mums of the boy. Meara declared he was innocent that the boy had run away and said he would give $2,000 for his recovery. The attention of one of the party engaged in the search was at length attracted by a Small Lump of subsoil which Lay upon the surface Uear the hedge. Shaip eyed Sticks were procured and by their Means a soft spot was discovered. Upon digging Down tho body of a boy was found und the guilt of the father made certain. An Meara was lodged in jail at Watseka to await his trial in october. The people were naturally Minoh excited and several Days ago it became almost a certainty that the courts would not be troubled with the trial of the inhuman monster. It is reported that after his arrest he said the Only thing he regretted about the affair was that he bad not killed Bis wife and daughter and thus destroyed All witnesses. The co tement grew More intense Aud finally culminated in the dispatch pumps tie but a. Chicago july 9. The following Are the particulars of the Lynching of Meara the child murderer at Watseka 111., on a wednesday last. The crowd numbered first about one Hundred led by or. Daniels of Margo. When Thev demanded the prisoner the sheriff refused to give him up and upon Daniels attempting to enter discharged his revolver at him. Daniels struck no Bis Arm and wrenched the pistol from his hand. The crowd then with a Sledge Hammer battered Down the door of tho cell where Meara was confined. The poor wretch begged tor mercy but nobody gave heed to his appeals. Quot the crowed then seized him pinioned his arms and carried him into the Street or. Daniels then addressed the crowd baying that to had sworn not to return Home until tho murderer was executed and asked the crowd if they would stand by him. All responded in the affirmative. Meara was then placed in a Wagon which was drawn by the crowd to a treo a Short distance from the jail. A rope was placed around his neck the other end attached to the limb of a tree and he was told he might have Twenty minutes in which to prepare for eternity. He spent the first half of his time in Pitons appeals for mercy. While doing this to was derided by Many of the crowd. One Man offered to Pray with him but he replied that he could not Pray without a priest he then called upon the masons present for help but no Oue responded Aud he cursed the masons. He then called upon the catholics to Rescue him. One of them shouted a Call upon god for he Alono can save to prayed for tho remaining moments and at the expiration of the Twenty minutes the Wagon was pulled from under him and to was left hanging. At first not a muscle moved Bat in a few seconds his struggles became fearful. Tho crowd then disappeared but before doing so several brutal Fellows discharged their revolvers into his body. To was left hanging All night. In tho morning his body was taken care of by his friends. About one Hundred persons witnessed the hanging. The leaders of the Lynching party did their work in a quiet Ana orderly manner but Many of the crowd betrayed brutality i speech and gesture. No movements has made looking to the punishment of Tkv . Transcript. Spinsters Ull join in this contemptible while a it might Havo been a but tho words have another meaning Well Worth looking for too. Instead of Mou Ruig Over the irretrievable past and sighing a it might have been Bette we should do a far More sensible tiring if we picked no our crumbs and said a it might have been worse. Taking time through there Isnit More Causo for sorrow than Joy All bitter complaining Only brings is so much the More speedily to that place which is Thorn into Cence of everything doleful. A it is not very Likely that any of a will be called to endure More than Good old Job. When earthly blessings were taken from him he did not Oniso a great Hue mud cry but patiently said a the lord gave and the lord hath taken away blessed be the Namo of the if Ever we Are so Happy As to get to heaven then we May Seo that much which we Call trouble and sorrow now Are really our greatest blessings and on Nitor a us Knif Ihfe have., been wrought in soul and body if circumstances Bau been us we so often blindly wished they might have to shall see that of All glad words of Tongue or pen the Gladdess Are these. A it might have been a _ not the lady. A Well known minister walking along the Street a few Days since met a lady for whom he had recently performed tho marriage service. Desiring to renew tho acquaintance for tho lady had inters cd him greatly at the time he accosted her with the remark a a Madam did i not have tho ple Onro of marrying you a few Days Sinco a a a i was married a few Days a a yes i thought i wus not mistaken i married Yong a a a indeed 1 Well i thought my hns band was a much younger Man than you Are but i Havo not seen enough of him to make his acquaintance Thoron Fly. By the Way my dear my Chignone is getting shabby please give me some Money to buy a Waterfall. _ evidently this was More than the minister bargained for and with a Hasty Bow a a a of you Are not the lady pm mistaken a i took his leave. A Colorado Saloon keeper said of a rough crowd a i get their whisky Strong enough for them so after trying every Way i at last Mado a. Mixture of Poison Oak and Butternut. That fetched them. I called it the sheep herders Delight and it was a popular drink. Tho first Pike i tried it on yelled with Delight the next one took two drinks and turned a double Somerset in tho Road before the House. A peddle Camo along and after he took several drinks of inv bicep Herder a Delight he went off and stole his own pack and hid it in tho woods.�?�. African is not generally known that Cape Colony produces tho mo3t delicious wines grown on the face of tho Earth. A cargo received is a remittance by our neighbors or. J. O. Ayer a co contains several varieties raised there among which tho a Constancia commands tho highest Price a of any wino in tho world almost tho entire crop or it is consumed in the palaces of Europe this rare of option being sent to them in Exchange for their medicines which have Long Cen tho Staple remedies of Africa. Boston journal. South

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