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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - August 16, 1871, Montrose, Pennsylvania. Hawley , pa., wednesday August 16,1871. Volume xxviii no Ember 33, ��sinf5i5 Tats. Or. W. W. Smith dentist. Doom at his dwelling nextdoor East of the printing office. Of flick hours from 9 a. A. To 4 p.�. It Montrose May 3,1871�?tf the Barber iia a Hal Charley mow is the Barber rho can Chare your face to i. Order Cota Brown Black and ghz icy hair in i office just of Clalra. There you flu find him Orr Zero a at re below Jast one door. Juon tue Jane 7, t87l.�?tf c. Morris. J. If. St a. H. I Ccollin a att Oei evs at Law office Over the Bank Hont roae a. Montroes May 10, 1s7l, of v or d. A. Lati drop o Baa opened an office at the font of Chest Bat Street near the Catholic Chart where he con be consulted at ail time. Montrose april 2g, Isth. By Crossmon a r4ldwin, attorneys at Over the store o to. .4. Halford on Public alone Montrose a. W. A. No Taos. B. L. Baldwin. Moat Rosa March a 1871. Of. J. D. Vail and sub cons. Inns permanently located himself in Montrose a. When he will promptly a mend to All Calla Tubi Quot profit Sian with which to May tie raid red office and Resl Deuce West of tho court House hear Fitch amp Watson s office. Mourot of february 8,1871. A. 1.a1v office. It ten amp Watson attorneys at Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch Montrose a. T. P. Or run , 71. W. W. Watson. Charles x. Stott Dard dealer in boots and shoes hats and Caps. Cat Brand findings main Street. 1st door below Boyd s store. Work Mado to order. done neatly. Hou Tropic jan., 1s70. _ Littles a Blakeslee attorneys and Conn sailors at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by r. B. A o. P. Little on main Street Montrose a. Aprtl20. Quot a. N. Little. Leo. To. Let tar. E. A Blakeslee. . C. C. Parrot w. Ii. Mccain. Mckenzie Faeroe amp co. Denier in dry Gooda,.clothing, ladies and Misc Fine shoe. Also agents for the great american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose Ftp. 1,70. Lewis Knoll r Suaviso and hair dressing. Shop in the new Postof Floc building where he with be found ready to attend All who May want anything in his Lino. Montrose a. Oct. Is Fetiu. O. M. Hawley dkalt5r in dry goods. Groceries. Crockert. Hardware Viau in pm. . Ready made cloth Quot ing. Paint. Oil Etc. New Milford a. Sept. 8, go. Or s. A Datoy physician amp surgeon tender Bis service to a the Eft Iren of great Bend and a malty office fit his re Ionee. Opposite born in Nous it baud tillage. Sept. I i. Lxi i of in a. O. Warren attorney a Law. Bounty. Back . Pension and exem on claims attended to. Office floor . An. 1. C9 m. C. Sit Tox auctioneer and insurance agent .fiulc9t, Frlic Davilio a. C. S. , to. S. Auctioneer. A Angl go he i great. Bend a. A i key it. S. Aputi Odnoor. Aag. 1, 1s6d. A a address Brooklyn a. John Groves in sra Frare tilt try Imus done on Short notice and warranted to fit. A a av7 a. Smith Cabinet and chair man�ofactcref8.�?poo. Of main Street i Onuosa a. Aug. I. 1869 h. Burritt dealer n Tuple a nil fancy dry ��?oo4-frsljf� hardware Iron stoves dog. Oil and pain Pool a nil shoe. N�,5 a Cap fat unit ilo Bob , Cic. New Milford. do. E. P. A fixes no permanently to cats at per pie Medicino and targe by in 1111. Broncho. Aetna tar Blound Etthof Jackson Houie. Office hours from 8 a.�?Tm., to 8. P. M. Fricddsvllic.fa-, Ang s. Istl Fol Ftp a <�0w1w. Texo unlit Hoa Vou he _ it it. Of no full canes there. No weary wasting of the Frame away no fearful shrinking from the Midnight air no dread of Summers Bright and fervid Ray. No Bidden grief. No wild anc1 cheerless vision of despair no vain petition for a Swift Relief no to Carril eyes no broken hearts Are there. Care has no Home within the realms of ceaseless Praise and rang its Billows break and melt away in foam far from the mansions of the spirit throng. The storm s Black Wing is never spread athwart celestial skies t its mailings blend not with the voice of Spring As some Loo Lender floret fades and Dies. No night distils its chilling Dews upon the tender Fhima no Moon is needed there the Light which fills the land of glory from its maker came. No parted friends Over Mournful recollections have to weep no bed of death enduring love attends to watch the coming of a pulse less sleep. No blasted Bower or withered the celestial Garden know i no scorching blast or fierce descending Shower scatters destruction like a ruthless foe 1 no Battle word startles the sacred Host with fear and dream the song of peace creations coming a Cord i is Sung wherever Angel minstrels tread. Let us depart if Home like this awaits the weary soul look up thou stricken one thy wounded heart shall bleed no More at sorrows Stern control with Finith our guide Wiite Robed and innocent to Lead the Way Why fear to plunge in Jordan a rolling tide and find the Ocean of eternal Day old a id Faataa by Oliver wend al Holmes. Stroud amp Brown fettle and life 1ns7aancb agents. Al toi it rat Puy an Tou terms. Not door North of Wilold a a to dds a Montrose in. Aug.�, Isey. Bronisas sra up. But l. Brow. Quot Quot a. A. Wirsu attorney at Law Munro a a. A. Bolce oppo. Let the Tarball Loaec near ibo Cohrt Lloa a. Aus i. 190.�?tf_____abel Terrell d a Aler in drape pm to no Mcd Ednee item Leto liquor., paint. Oilade in Ltd. . Win a i. Groceries Glt a were Wall and a indo. Pay a a a Stone trere Lanip error Cne Ucb Incefy Oua re a ,Antn,ui.lon1 in tvs. Spe Taele. Or aah fancy goods jewel pc run a or a a be Quot of 0e of a he most Dombrov Rel Nihls collect tim of goods in co. in ims. Montrose a. D. W. Seabee attorney at Law office Over the More of the prick Block. Montrose a. A a anlg9 or. W. E. Richardson. To Tsaclas amp burgeon tenders i no Semiona service to the oud office at his residence on the cd Mcra Woof a re Bros. Foundry. Aug. I a a. Die e. E. Gardner fbysic1an and surgeon. Montrose. A in Cecial attention to diseases of the heart and and All san Fca Corases office boards at Searle s hotel. Aug. 1. I8s3. Re turns amp Nichols d3\i �r8 in drugs of clubs. Chemicals of for an hour of Youthful Joy give Nie Back my twell Icib Spring t i rather laugh a Bright haired boy than reign a Gray hatred King. Off with the wrinkled spoils of age away with learning a Crown tear out life a written Wisdom Page Ami cos its trophies Down. One moment let my life blood Stream Fetn boyhood a fount of flame give me Oue Giddy reeling dream of life and love and far a. My listening Angel heard the prayer and calmly smiling said u if i but touch thy silvered hair. Thy Hasty wish bad Tjui there is nothing in thy track to bid Olliee fondly stay. While the Swift seasons Burry Back to find the wished for Day nah truest soul of woman kind 1 without thee what were Hie one Bliss i cannot leave behind i take my precious wife. The Angel took a Sapphire pen an Ltd wrote in Rainbow Hue a a the Man Wood be a boy again and be a husband too i Quot is there nothing yet unsaid before the change appears t remember All their gifts have fled with those dissolving years a a Why yes i would one favor More my fond paternal Joys i could not Bear to lose them All ill take my girls and boys p the smiling Angyl dropped his pen a a Why this would never do the Man would be a boy again and be a father too t and so i laughed my laughter woks the household with its noise i wrote my dream when morning broke to please my fair Lia Rcd Boya. . E. L. Has Bick in Asician s Soboson respect tally Dora he professional service to the of Treu of ion Vicinity. A once int be office of or. Leel hoards at. Hosford a. Aug. 1,18e. Hunt Blithe is a bib autos a. ,. Wholesale amp Mctall scale rain Viau Dwaine Iron steel a nails spikes shovels builders hardware in is rail. ba1l3p1kbs Railroad Mimo sep plies. F a rib to b spit i a of. Axles. Be is Asl c boxes dolts. A Tori a a adders. A plated bands malleable ibo St does. Spokes Felloes sea t spindles dots pc. Anvils Vicks stocks and Dies Bellows Una veils Sleik jes. Files a. Amp a clod Lwi and mjllsaws.b8ltiso. Pack no Bow plaster Paris a Brest liar amp Arlod stores. C re sch Wisdow Fth Dishos pop taboo pig Amk s so alb. Cranton. Are he. Isab v a in Patio size Hohe haeto&c7tob i useable Speed and Dongle drive wheel. If holds tho Dreat Hewl also tic Floral Phlp National Field. Int870.&Quot an t the found leu Maryland and Virginia state pro Aluffi or. A a a a a the a St gig simple compact req Oyez entirely Rrona a a drive in Isle i oud in clawed in a neat Case in toe Centre it machine a Ecta Aljy Ewi rip it Bee hanged loft Natly Faconi much pred Taone a Quot us one Cuttie . A Patent Wulfe had. It in beyond doubt the Strong eat g act Lenin the world and Horas depend upon re to being ii Octlona of Texo bout Parfen six tears old by the author of Quot a to has a 14 do Angels Wear White dresses say ? always or Only in tic summer do their Birtle Days have to come like mine in May do they have Scarlet sashes then or Blue a a when Little Jessie died last night How could she walk to heaven it is so amp a ? new did she find the Way without a Light there was t even any Moon or Star. A a m she have red or Golden wings ? then will she have to be a Bird and Fly do they take men like presidents and Kings in horses with Black plumes dear to the sky 44 How old is ood has he Gray hair can he see yet ? Quot where did he have to stay before you know he had made anywhere ? who does he Pray to when he has to Pray ? 44how Many drops Are in the sea How Many stars a Well then you ought to know _ How Many Sowers Are on an Apple tree How does the wind look when it does t blow 44 where does the Rainbow end ? and Why did Captain Kidd buy the Gold there when will this world Burn ? and will the firemen try to put the fire out with their engines then 44 if Yon should Ever die May we have pumpkins grow in the Garden to Quot Quot my Faity god Mother can come for me when there a Princess Ball and let me go 1 it a qca4 Cinderella Jet once More a a a a Tynt a Jakas Ronea s other wires so mean Ikuwo that i was tired it my a across he tors i shut Che ted Book by Bey to inv hours later from a child a White Bod 4. I heated the timid last queer question a no mme Are you my Stepmother in it said. To a crept to my heart. / i a a if a a Neveras. Speak log if Cue of her Gilldren who wat lighter Colfred the to areat1jbldl�?oi Debef co fid tear Dot Hrat a a Aua Betho vhf 41.1 weary a toe stolen note. 4 except that he indulged too freely in the use of the intoxicating cup John Wallace was a honest High minded and ext Ordinary Man. His one great a tilt hang like a dark Vdodow Over his Many Virtues. He meant Well and when he was sober he did Well to was a Hatter by Trade and by Industry and Thrift be had secured Money enough to buy the House in which he life. He Hod purchased it several years before for three thousand dollars paying one thousand Down and securing the balance by mortgage to the seller. The mortgage note was almost due at the time circumstances made me acquainted with the affairs of the family. But Wallace was ready for the Day to had saved up the Money there seemed to be no possibility of an Accident. I was Well acquainted with Wallace Baving done some Little collecting and drawn up Legal documents for him. One Dav his daughter Annie came to my office in great distress declaring that her father was ruined and that they should be turned out of the House in which they lived. A perhaps not miss Wallace a said i trying to console her and give the affair whatever it was a Bright aspect. A what Lias happened a a a my father a she implied a had the Money to the mortgage on the hons in which we live but it is All gone a a has he lost it a a a i done to know i suppose so. Last week he Drew two tho Sunu dollars from the Bank and Lent it to or. Bryce for ten a a who is or. Bryce a a lie is a broker. My father got acquainted with him through or. Chandler who boards with us and Vino in or. Bryce s a a does or. Bryce refuse to a a he says he had paid a a Well what is the trouble Quot a a father 6ays he bus not paid a a indeed but the note will prove that he has not paid it. Of Couise Yon have the note a a no. Or. Bryce has it a a then of co Tirse he has paid it a a 1 suppose he has or he could not have the a a what does your father say a a the is positive that he never received the Money. The mortgage he says must be paid a a very singular. Was your father a. I hesitated to use the unpleasant word which must have grated harshly on the ear of the devoted girl. 14 or. Bryce says father was not quite right when to paid him but not very 441 will see your father a a a he is coining up Here in a few moments i x of for a it it it ev4 441 do not see now Bryce could have obtained the note unless he paid die Money. Where did your father keen it a 44 he gave it to me and i put it in the a a who was in the room when you put it in the Secretary Quot 44 or. Bryce George Chandler my father Aud the conversation was Here interrupted by the Entrance of Wallace. He looked Pale and Haggard of much from the effects of anxiety As from the Debauch from which he was recovering. A a she has told you about it i suppose said he in a very Lois tone. A a she i pitied him poor fellow for two thousand dollars was a Largo sum for him to accumulate in his Little business. The loss of it would make the future look like a desert to him. It would be a misfortune which one must undergo to appreciate it. What passed Between you on that Day a. _ a Well i merely stepped into his office a it was Only the Day before yesterday to Tell him not to forget to have the Roon eve for me by to Morrow. He took me into the office and As i sat there he said lie would get the Money ready the next Day. He then left me and went into the office where i heard him 6end George out to the Bank to draw a Check for two thousand dollars so i supposed he was in a few moments to returned with the Young Man Chandler who in the conversation i had with him manifested a very Lively interest in the solution of the mystery and professed himself ready to do anything to Forward my views. A a when did Yon return to the House on thursday night a a a about a a two be a said Annie a it was not More Thop ten when i heard ,4 the Dock struck twelve As i turned the Corner of the Street a replied Chandler positively. 411 certainly heard some one in the front room at ten a said Annie looking with astonishment of those around her. 44 we re getting at something a said l 44 How did you get in a the Young Man smiled As he glanced at Annie Ana said a on arriving at the door i found i had lost my night key. At that moment a watchman happened along and i told him my situation. He knew me and taking a ladder from an unfinished House opposite placed it against one of the second Story windows and i entered in that 44 Good now who was it that was in the parlor it ten unless it was Bryce or one of his accomplices he must have taken the key from your pocket or. Chandler and stolen the note from the Secretary. At any rate i Wal charge him with the crime let what May happen. Perhaps he will confess lieu Ham acting upon this thought i wrote a lawyers letter a demanded against you a to Bryce. Cautioning the parties not to speak of the affair i dismissed them. Bryce came. A a Well sir what have Yon to say against me a he asked stiffly. A a claim on the patrol John Wallace for two thousand dollars Quot i replied poking Over my papers and appearing supremely indifferent. 44 paid it who said Short As pie Ernst. 44 have you a said 1 looking him Ebarp by in the Eye. The Rascal quailed. I saw that he was a villain. A a nevertheless if within an hour you do not me two thousand dollars and one Hundred dollars for the trouble and anxiety you have caused my client at the end of the next hour you will to lodged in jail to answer a criminal 44 what do you mean sir a a a i mean what i say. Pay or take the it was a bold charge and if lie Hud looked like an honest Man 1 should not have dared to make it 441 have paid tho Money i Tell you Quot said he a i have the note in my a a where did Yon get it a a a i got it when i paid the a a a when you felonious by entered the House of John Wallace on thursday Nikho Tjit a a a chair for support a a that is my Lookout. I have no time to waste. Will you or go to jail a he saw that the evidence i had was too Strong tor his denial and he Drew his Check on the spot for Twenty one Hundred dollars and after begging me not to mention the affair to sneaked off. I cashed the Check and hastened to Wallace a House. The Reader May judge with what satisfaction lie received it Aud How rejoiced was Annie Aud her Lover. Wallace insisted that i should take the one Hundred dollars for my trouble but i was magnanimous enough to keep Only Twenty. Wallace signed the pledge and was Ever after a temperate Man. He died a few years ago leaving a handsome property to Chandler and his wife the marriage Between him and Annie having taken place shortly after the above narrated circumstances occurred. An ancient Mariner. A a did Yon say you served you apprenticeship in the Arethusa a a yes i served my time in the 44 Liat age were you when you went to sea a -. 441.was sixteen.�?�. 44 put Down sixteen the scene of the present dialogue was the fore Castle of a Collier Brig at Anchor in the thames the speakers an old Seaman and three others scarcely arrived at Middle age Oue of whom behind the old Man acted As e Erk with a piece of Chalk using the lid of his own Chest of a desk. 44 put Down sixteen Bill a whispered one and the number was put Down. 44 then How Long were Yon in the Arethusa a Quot a i served five years a said the old Man a then i stopped by her another three i was eight years in her altogether. I liked the ship very Well but i did not like the owner. Bill who was All attention put Down an eight below the sixteen. 44 lint you would be a Young fellow then i should think you Woula not be Long out of a a i got a 8bip directly and sailed for North America. We us it happened we were water logged of we were of on passage Home All hands took to the rigging where we remained Days without a bite of anything or As much of a drink. On the fourth Day got hold of a dead Bird of some kind that was floating past ate it feathers and All. Well i have not yet told you All hands died but myself and the Only Way i could keep myself alive was by sucking the grease out of the ropes. I knocked about upon the rigging for a month. At last i was picked up by an american vessel and taken to America. The americans used me very Well to 1 traded Back and Forward among the american ports for a Long 44 How Long do you suppose you were in America altogether a 441 was away ten years from leaving Quot 44 did no to Yon go into the Greenland Trade after that ? 44 no it was not till some time after. I was on Board of a Man of War before a a i wo8 Captain of the clinker for Niile teen years. I was Captain of her till she was lost in the gun let sound it was As much of we could do to Euve our lives that time.�?�. A a what ship was it Yon lost in the swin ver a a a that was Peggy. I was a Long time in her both my the and master. I was four years mate and eight years master.�?T7 44 How Long is it since the Peggy was lost a a let me see it will to fourteen years this next month just fourteen 44 then Yon must he a Good old fellow now a a a Aye in a a Good ago now Yon May a a see Bot age he is there Bill will you r a Bill who had been listening in the Back ground and taking notes on the lid of his Chest proceeded to read the following items years. Went to sea in tie Arethusa when. 16 in the Arethusa. G in America. 10 on Board Man of War. 7 in Greenland. 10 in East India Trade. 18 among tho pirates. 8 among the Savages. To travelled in America. Traded in Prince Edwards Island. In tho Coal Trade. In the China Trade. In the Baltic Trade. In tho Hospital. Captain of the clinker. In the Peggy it. Since the Peggy was lost. A an editor. In Sneh is the caption of a article which has been going the rounds of the papers for sometime and which appear Tojo something new a under the just As if editor were not in the habit of going to heaven. Well vesture to say that a greater proportion of . To the Home of those who Avo performed their Mission of mercy on Earth than any other profession or calling that poor mortals fill. A a an editor in heaven.�?�. There a nothing strange about that a All. Its almost a moral As Well As professional impossibility for them to go anywhere else. Ouch upon a time after the demise Quot of a member of the a corps ted himself at the Gato of tho a Golden City a and req nested admission. Ithe door keeper asked him. What had been the occupation while on Tern in Inna ? he replied lib was an editor. A a Well a said the watchman a two have a crowd of your kind Here now and they All came in As 4dead a i Yon your passage you can come Iii if not Jon must place yourself under the control of a personage you ruled tyrannical by Down below a a me Unrug the a Devil. Not having the a a wherewith to go in our brother of the a squib and scissors posted off and presented himself at the Entrance of Cootie a a Dork domains a very dark complexioned gentleman stood sentry and asked in a Gruff voice who comes a i 44 an Humble disciple of Faust a was 12 i the Calm reply. I 141 44 then hold on you can to be admitted a total. Folt Butil to employers. Going to me 44 what does the clerk say about it a 44 he says or. Bryce remarked when he sent him that he was going to me the 44 just _ a a and when George came in he went into the front office again Aud took the . Then he came to to again and did not offer to me the a had you the note with you. A a no now i remember be said he supposed i had not the note with me or no would it i told him too come on the next Day and i would have it ready that was yesterday. When i came. To look for the not it could not be found Annie and i have hunted the House All 44 you told Bryce so.?�?� 411 did. He laughed and showed me his note with Bis signature crossed Over with Ink Aud a Hole punched through it 44 it is Plain or. Wallace that he paid you the Money As alleged or has obtained fraudulent Possession of the note and in tends to cheat Yon out of the amount. 44 he never paid me a he replied firmly. he has fraudulently obtained Possession of tho note. What sort of person is that Chandler who boards with Yon a 1 a a Fine Young Man. Bless you be would not do anything of that 44 l am sure lie would not a repeated Annie earnestly a. 44 How else could Bryce obtain tie not but through him Wii at time does be come at night a. A always at . He never goes out in the evening.�?�. A a but a Tbs a he did not come Home till ten of clock the night before you went to Bryce she had to. Stay in the office to Post books or Someth King of the 44 How did he get in r. A a he b�8 a night key.a i must so Chi Nafey a and Harra in seeing him a added or. Wolpe a i will go for Jim a there is no greater mistake a Young Man can commit than that of being indifferent to the interest of his employer. It must be admitted that there Are circumstances under which it would seem to be impossible to feel an interest in an employers business but for All of that it is Worth a trial. Be Faith Fol in Small things to attentive in your duties shirk no employment that is not dishonourable feel that your employer is fairly entitled to every minute of the time which Yon have agreed to give him for a stipulated remuneration. The wages May be Small too Small but ii Yon have contracted to work for a Dollar a week when your work would be Worth ten stick to your bargain like a Man until your term of service has expired. It May seem very hard but it will instill the great Principio of being True to your work Sincli faithfulness will i of fail to impress your employer favourably and when that Point is reached your Reward is almost certain to follow for the master who finds that he has an apprentice who is honest und capable will not readily dispense with his services. The Milfor Annc with too Many boys is that their ambition is not to try How Well they can perform a work assigned them and How much of it they can do but to do no More and no better than the they Are to receive for it will justify. It is wrong also on the part of an employer to withhold a fair equivalent for service rendered. In such a system there is generally poor work As Well As poor . We have found of the result of Many years of practical experience that tho Best paid employees Are those whose labor is most profitable to their employers acid this fue tean be demonstrated in a dozen establishments within five minutes walk of our office. On the other land tie employer who tries to Secare the largest Omo Urit of Good work from poorly paid hands generally fails of his object method is for the Yonng Man Fol Banc ambition enough to make inn so Luj a competent Workman and then to prove his ability and Quality of work to tarns ont this done there is Little reason to apprehend that lib will not re Civo a Lair compensation for his services. A the potable plea of the defendant in a breach of Promise Case in Iowa is that lie a was in Earnest about Many the girl until he got the rheumatism to 1 was in the Greenland Trade. Somehow or other the press gang got cent of me Good run we had i was nimble on my feet then if i bad not slipped and fallen souse into an of Midden i believe they never would have taken me but take me Thev Aid. Well i was seen years in his majesty a service and i liked the service very Well but one Day the Captain and i had a few words and said 1 to myself a the sooner we part company the better old so i ran away it was in the West indies. I knew they would All he after me so i got myself stowed it Hogshead of a Jugar and off a a jut Mercbuntpnui-jlwjj707man-ol-War, seven a re a then did you get Home All right a 44 yes and then i went to Greenland. My eyes what sport we had there the first ten years i was in the Trade. I was there that year when there Wasny to a whale to he seen and we loaded tie ship with seals. A weary Job we had the Ioe was Short and Hummocky and the seals As shy As foxes. Somehow we always found one or two Fellows who a been fiddled maybe the night before that forgot the Way into the water. Alien the brutes make a dive they Ore out of sight in a 44 How Long were you in the Greenland Trade a 441 was Nineteen years altogether. Then i fancied i would like to be in a warmer climate so i got into an East indiaman and traded to the East indies Lor a Long 44 How Long do you suppose a 44 about thirteen years. At last the ship was taken by pirates and most 6f the Crew had to walk the Plank Only Oliree of us saved on lives by consenting to be pirates with tie rest 1 never liked a pirates life so one Day when we were ashore on a Large Island watching i took leg bail and ran away. Id been with them three years which was quite enough. Well i got among the natives of tie place who were mighty kind in their Way and As i was a brisk Yonng fellow _ Wasny to Long in finding a wife a Mode them so i lived re just like a Savage for sixteen years for there was no Chance of getting away and it was just As Well to make myself Happy. But at last an English ship in for water and tie longing came Over me to get Back to my native land so i smuggled myself on Board just us she was ready for sea Aud and glad i was that my wife did no to follow 44 then you la to two Hnud Rcd mid six years old a said Bill with a chuckle. I a a Bravo 1�?� said Tom. A a there a not a i Man like him in the Fleet a Story of a lottery ticket. In the intervals of his professional pursuits my father walked about London with his Little girl in his hands a and one Day if was my birthday and i was ten years old he took me in a very not temp Ting looking Quot place which was As i speedily found a lottery office. A Irish lottery was upon the Point of being drawn and he desired me to choose one out of exclaimed tho gentleman in Black Evintz it. A us i i or in Tatri it Ullin no tinn in a Hoiu Iai aug considerable agitation. And fiercely scowling non a Why not a demanded the a Typo a who began to get a son Jiwat huffi�8h�?� and looked around Foi a a a sheep a foot with which to Force an Entrance. 44 Well sir a replied Bis Sable majesty 44 we let one of your profession m hero Many years ago and he kept up Contin Nal Row with his former delinquent subscribers and As we have More of that class of persons Here than any other we leave passed a Law prohibiting the admission of editors Only those who have advanced our interest in their papers on Earth and even those who keep m a sep several bits of printed paper i did not i cry or let by a Elyes. You a rave then know their six Quot Finly a la to. I a a. A a a a i pm old wed Many things us and always blamed the Devil w the then know their significance that Lay upon the counter. A choose which one you like Best a said the dear papa a and that shall be your birth Day i immediately selected one Aud put it into Liis band no. 2,224. 44 a a said my father examining it 44 you must choose again. I want to buy a whole ticket and this is Only a Quarter. Choose again my pet.�?�1�?~i it Ere is the next number interposed the lottery office keeper no. 2,223.&Quot 44 a a said my father 44 that will do just n3 Well. Will it not Mary a Well Tea Ivy 44 no a returned i obstinately 44 that wont do. This is my birth Dav you know papa and i am ten years old. Cast up my number and you la find that makes ten. The other is Only my father superstitions like All speculators struck with Ray Perti Naney and with the reason i gave which he like none the less because the ground of preference was tolerably unreasonable resisted the attempt of the office keeper to tempt me by different tickets and we had nearly left the shop without a Purchase lieu the clerk Wuo had been examining differ desks and drawers said to Bis principal a i think sir the matter May be Muu aged if the gentleman does not mind paying a few shillings More. That ticket 2,224, Only came yesterday and we have still All the shares one half one Quarter one eighth two sixteenths. It will be just the same if the Young lady id set upon ibo the Yonng lady was set non it and the shares were purchased. The whole affair was a secret Between is and my father whenever he got me to himself talked Over our in tire Twenty thousand pounds just like Ali Schur Over Liis Basket of eggs. Meanwhile time passed on and one sunday morning we were All preparing to i to Church when a face that i had forgotten but my father had not made its appearance. It was the clerk of the lottery office. An express had just arrived from Dublin announcing that no. 2,224 had been drawn a prize of Twenty thousand pounds and lie had hastened to com anti cate the Good Bussell Milford. A a did you get Home All right and tight a 44 All right and tight boy 1�?� 14 then i suppose you would not in up and time at Home a a 441 did no to lie up at All. When i got Home i found my brother had gone to America so nothing would serve me but i would go to seek him As i had not seen him in a Long time. So i got a ship and off i went but i never saw him from that Day to this although i wandered through America for five years seeking him. I turned tired of wandering and got into a Little vessel trading Between Prince Edwards Island and the Mainland and i traded in her for ten years ten Long years i can assure a a Haven to you been a Long time m the Coal Trade a a i was thirty years in the Coal Trade before i went to a a How did you like the Chino Trade a a i liked it very Well 1 was Only in it about five years. After that i got into the Baltin Trade. I was seven years Iff it but i tired of it so i Quot got a ship and a vent off Quot to the West indies where i was put ashore sick and Lay in the Hospital for three years. When i did gel better i was a better Man than Ever sol started negro Driver on a Plantation. Where i whipped the poor Fellows on for nine years till at last the old fit Caine on and i would to off to sea again a a a was that before Yon were captains of the hid clinker a a vi., a a Yea that was just before i got to be Captain of tho a a weren to von a Long time a Plain the clinker r of color of the Eves at eyes Bays Aristotle of All newly born infants Are Light Blue but at a later period change their color assuming Wlms is to be their proper Hue. This phenomenon does not occur in marked degrees in any other animal than Man. A Light Blue color is a sign of weakness and it is because tho parts of infants Are weak that their eyes Are invariably of this color and never of any some Timo ago i took the trouble of examining into the accuracy of this statement Ami found it so far True at any Rote As to hold Good in the Case of such jew babies As i observed. Or. Auburt however states that infants Are sometimes though rarely born with Brown eyes. He does not state whether he has himself seen such a Case or if not what his authority. I should Point out that it is not Only the Eye which in infants is comparatively destitute of pig Cut but the same deficiency extends in that ago to other parts of tho body. This is the Caso with tue skin and hair As also with the olfactory Region of the nasal cavities. Very probably it is the Case with All pigmented Purs. As regards other animals than Man Aristotle Seoma to allow that a similar darkening of the Eye May occur though in an inferior _ degree. It is however certain that it does sometimes occur in them in As striking manner As in Man. This Kittens Are. Always born with Blu eyes and usually do veloce a dark pigment in tho Iris at a latter period. In an instance recorded by the Suchel this change of color commenced four months after birth. everything that went wrong so Yon ainu to come in. We enforce this Rule Quot a wit put respect to persons for our own peace Mil safety. Now a Ltd a. 1. Casting a droll Leer at the outside ten a Tinel our typographical Friend started off again determined to get a up 1 his time he took with him an old file of his paper and presenting it to the gnarl Ivy m it i�?~1 ii if i ii it free ticket in the due course conductor came along in tolling him that he had been a mortar Quot Tov the cause of human improvement and to resolutions had been passed to admin All members of the 44 Art. Preservative who had abused the a Devil Obilo added that As they were punished enough by their being with the a Devo All their future punishment is commuted. He farther stated that not one delinquent newspaper subscriber could be found in heaven. ,.i kilns. A ,.j. A correspondent of the Pillsburg Leader furnishes that exc event pm per with the following on kissing editor with a number of like sympathetic souls has Given vent Tbs Beir prisoner feelings on kissing which they m their disordered imagination Seera to believe the dec Stock of human Bliss. I look at it in an altogether different Light and from a different Point of View. Kissing is the precursor of love and love is a frightful malady that has afflicted the human family since the Entrance of sin into the world. _ physicians of the highest Eminence hate failed to discover a Panacea whose Power possess a Healing virtue. I will speak of a few of its causes symptoms and effects. Its causes Are various and More numerous than the colors in the Oriental Joseph coat which was presented him by his paternal sire. Love is in Many cases caused by tiie personal Possession of n Bank balance of respectable ave Dupois a red Brick or Iron front or a highly burnished turnout. These combined with a handsome or homely appearance As the Case maybe Are often the canse of the a some few isolated cases have been known to emanate from sound principles nobleness of soul integrity amp a. The symptoms of the incipient stage Are shown by Long solitary walks by Moonlight on the Quot Bauks of some Stream or some other Lono a by place. A great desire to adorn the per son with cheap Bijouterie and the latest a pattern of Dreesm this is at tho expense of tailors or dressmakers if the pocket Quot Book is not in a Plethoria condition a a the patient is also possessed with a pm it ving appetite for tho object of Liis love. When tho malady1 advances to Amory my Lig nuut form they afflict their friends with Quot their Amateur poetic production attempt a to fight tho Tiger open Banks on the in a proved plan with Crow bars. When tho patient arrives at this stage Hopes for his recovery Are doubtful in the when the disease first makes a stubborn location its characteristic peculiarity a Quot that instead of driving away these afflict cd it actually draws with a magnetic certainty its hapless and devoted victims to their doomed Fate. With a cholera of Simi Larity no obstacle impedes its Progress no Barrier checks its Speed and it gains time against wind and tide it is Nowc Only epidemic in its character but a Demic and highly contagious. Combing Quot ing these qualities we can surely account Ujj. For Ila ravages and its number of Vittins. A now or. Editor if this should prove sufficient to the pernicious., elect which Tkv a kissing sditor�?T�?T., has a produced in contaminating the Quot Palilio mind i shall feel highly Quot duly repaid for tho Effort have quoted is named a a Ogle a a an old lady from one of the. Rtt Raj districts astonished a clerk in one of the _ stores a few Days ago by inquiring if no Jour Niqui us Utica Imwie Vwg a Nuwt we ugh of. R a v the medical gentleman whose remarks we had any a yeller developments Sich As they up letters in a

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