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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - February 8, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaA. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday feb. 8, 1871. Volume xxviii number 6. §usinw�5 4m& us office a Rren a Watson. Attorney at Law. At the old office or by Haj filch . U r. Men. Jin. 11, 71-1 we. To Tox. Charles x. Stoddard Dulema Boot and shoes lists Sod cups. of fast amp is Vola Street 1st door below bold s store. Work is Del to order sad repairing Dodo Cost la. Wok Troat. Dan 1,181o. amp , attorneys and counsellor at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by b. B. Amp 0. P. Little on main a reel Monu Osc a. April sos. Ulta. Quo. P. Little. E. L. Blakeslee. K. Mckenzie. C. A of Scot. W. Ii. Lick us. St Crenzie a if rot amp co. Beaters in dry Goode clothing ladles and misses Flo shoes. Al of agents for the great american Tea and Coffee company. Loot Rose pa.,3pt4�yd/ Lewis Divoll 7 a raving. And �oa1ii dressing. _ shop in the new , where he Jilji i found ready to attend All who May want anything in his a. Oct 13, 1 so. Mrs Dickens poetry. The following exquisite Vena were written by Charles Dickens p. Uey oils auctioneer sell Adir goods and Oitim attends at Vendor. All others to Cal at tar receive prompt attention a oct. 1, Hon of will l8gd�?tf o. E , dealer in dry goods pro cures. Crockery. Hardware hats Cap Boot ?, a cad made clothing paints Ous etc., new Milford a. Sept. A g9, when the lessons and tasks arc All ended and the school for the Day is dismissed and the Little ones gather around me. To bid me Good night and be kissed of i the Little White arms that encircle my neck in a tender embrace of i the smiles that Oro halos of heaven shedding Sunshine of love on my face and when they Ore gone i sit dreaming of my childhood too Lovely to last of love that my Chartr in remember when i Tara Keats the pulse of the past ,jtit�?cii�tw��<l.�bwlclce�ln.e33 made me r and sin was about me gladness within grows weak As a woman a of feeling Himfar. We to a pts in the paths Steep tins Tony of the la scones must Goj of it of i gains of sin hanging Over them of Fate blowing wild of Earth half so holy As the Ino scent of a child they arc idols offt of a a and of Housel Olds they arc ant a in disguise ills sunlight in their tresses Ris glory still gleams in their eyes of these truants from Home and from heaven they Hare made me More Manly and mild and i know How Jesus could liken the kingdom of god to a child. 1 ask not a life for the dear ones All Radiant As others have done but that life May have just enough Shadow to temper the Glare of the Sun i would Pray god to guard them from evil but my prayer would bound Back to myself a a Serepsi May Pray for a sinner but a sinner must Pray for himself the Twig is so easily bended a 1 Hare banished the Rule and the Rod i have taught them the goodness of knowledge they have taught me the goodness of god. My heart is a Dungeon of darkness where i shut them from breaking Rule my frown is sufficient correction my love is the Law of the school. I shall leave the old House in autumn. To traverse its threshold no More. A How shall i sigh for the dear ones that meet me each morn at the door i shall miss the Good nights and the kisses and the gush of their innocent glee. The group on the Green Ami the Lowers John Groves i Itiat arc l Roul to very morning to me. 1 if�-1.lcm a it a a a a it a a wedding etiquette dil s. W. Da1toy, physician a a surgeon tenders Hie service to t a it citizens of great Bend and vol Nulty. Office at i residence opposite Bart m ill use gel Bead Valtari sept. Let lsg3,-tf Law office. Chamberlin amp , attorneys and Conn a lord at Law. Office in the Brick Block Over the Bank. Montrose Ang. 4. 1869. A. . A j. B. A a d. R. Lathrop dealers in dry goods. Groceries. Crockery and Genwu Rnic table and pocket Entler. Paints oils Dye a Toffi. Lint Boot and Elt a leather. Perfumery in. Brick Block adjoining the Bank. Montroes. A Gantt ,. D. R. La Ioor. A. O. Warren attorney a Law. Bounty Back . Pension and extern on claims attended to. Of try i Quot Oor below Boyds store . A a a. 1,�?T69 91. C. So Tox auctioneer and insurance agent ant fit of Frimd tler a 1 it. S. Angl c9tf c. S. Gilbert Auto Lonzor. Great. Bead a. A 91 i be a it. Auto Lonzor. Aug. 1, 1�c9. Address Bruu Alyn a. Culling Dono on Short notice Aud warranted to lit. W. Or. Surra a Bint and Clatk manufacttoer8._voo of Bain Street Montt vae a. Jang. 1. Itdi9. H. Burritt Deal Erin Staple and fancy dry goods Crocker hardware Iron stoves dogs. Oils and paint Boot Sand a amp Caps. Por but lilo Robe groceries provisions cd. New Milford. A. Their song in the school and the Street j i shall miss the Low bum of their voice it and the tramp of their Doliente feet. I when the lessons and tasks Are All ended and death save m the school is dismissed r i 5lav the Little ones gather around me i to Bill me Good Naglit and be kissed. Or. E. P. Mixes has permanently located at per note of practising Medicine nod end Geryon nil it tranches. He May be fund Aitch Jackson duo so. Office hours from 8 a. M., to 8. P. Friends Lyle Ang 1. 1369. Mai amp Aud witty Sims. Stroud amp Brown firs and life instance a cents. A business attended to promptly on fair terms. Office first door North of Montrose hotel a West Side a it a labile Avenue Montvoro a. . Afen Ortez to -d0f�?z�?z a Koo j and ? Stroud. In Annas l. A . O o Xvi. D. Lusk attorney at Law Mont Mac. A. Office oppo. Cite the Tarball Honse near a be Coart House. A. I Kim to _ or. W. W. Smith dentist. Room Over Boyd amp Coral no Bilard Ware store. Office boars from 9 a. To 4 . Montrose Ang. 1,18u0.�?tf. Abel Turrell dealer in brags extent medicines Chi Leali la doors paints Ous Dye muffs. Varnishes. Win w Glass. Groceries gloss Ware Wall and window in a jest the things a Oak. The Man Olio it Otred something to his country did not Bis taxes. Taro flourishes in Chicago despite its Many checks save the times. In Kansas several vigilance committees. Efficient i Estey thinks his wife must he a Good calculator she makes such an excellent i Estey mate. I Connecticut Luana a elastic Frog Coni a italia to a a Frog Good for if he Isnit i elastic. I the Galveston aet say that while i Cotton was once King a a Railroad is now emperor he is the coming despot if the wedding takes place in the Church it is customary to Reserve the front seats in the body of the Church for the relatives or the Young couple. It is the height of rudeness for any one whether Clergyman bridegroom or any member of the bridal train to keep the Bride waiting. The Clergyman should be within the rails the bridegroom Aud groomsmen should he in the vestry room by the time the Bride is due at the Church. The bridesmaids May receive the Bride in the Vestibule or May accompany her to the Church. The bridal party should meet in the vestry room. Then tho Bride leaning on the Arm of her father Heads the procession the bridegroom with the brides Mother upon his Arm follows the groomsman and brads Naids in couples follow. At the altar tho bridegroom receives the Bridge Aud the ceremony begins. The groomsmen stand behind the Bride. The Bride and bridegroom remove their right hand Glove in some churches in others it is deemed not necessary. The Bride stands on the left of the Groom. When the wedding takes place at the House of the Bride it is customary to Divide the room either by folding doors or a Eurt Aiu and allow the bridal party to be grouped before their friends see them. If however this is not convenient they Euter in the same order Asiu Church it is somewhat customary of late for the Bride and Groom to walk Arm in Arm to the altar but it is against established etiquette the Bride should walk with her father or if orphaned with whoever takes the fathers place on the occasion. Where a ring is used it is the duty of the bridesmaid to remove the brides left hand Glove. After the ceremony the parents of the Bride speak to her first then the parents of the bridegroom. Before the other friends. After the ceremony the Bride and Groom go in the same Carriage from the Church to. The House or from the House to the railway depot. If there is breakfast or supper the Bride does not change her dress until she assumes her travelling dress. If parties Are Given to the Bride and Groom the bridesmaids and groomsmen must also be invited Aud if they Perfer All May Wear the dress worn at the wedding. This is however optional. During the fortnight following the wedding friends of the family should Call upon the Mother of the Bride. It is contrary to etiquette to Wear mourning at a wedding. Even in the Case of a widowed Mother to either of the Happy pair it is customary to Wear Grav or Sugiu Neutral tint non tho wedding al la two if to la a Ilu Vii Ctm air Niue w soned afterwards. It is not etiquette at a wedding or wedding reception to congratulate the Bride it is the bridegroom Vibo receives congratulation the Bride wishes for her future happiness. A gentleman or lady who is acquainted with both Bride and Groom must speak first to the Bride but it is not generally known How easy a matter it is to explore the Bottom of a Well Cistern or Pond of water by the use of a common Mirror. When the Sun is shinning brightly hold a Mirror so that the reflected rays of Light will fall into tho water. A Bright spot will be seen it the Bottom to Light As to show tho smallest object very plainly. By this Means we have examined the Bottom of Wells fifty feet deep when half full or Moro of water. The smallest Straw or other Small objects eau be perfectly see from the surface. In the Bottom of Ponds and Rivers if the water be somewhat Clear and not agitated by winds or rapid motion if a Well or Cistern be under cover or shaded by bnilding8, so that the Sun Light will not fall near the open aug it is Only necessary to employ two mirrors one to reflect the Light from the opening and another to Send it Down perpendicularly into tho water. Light must to thrown fifty or a Hundred Yards to it tho precise spot desired and then downward. Vic have used tho Mirror with Success to reflect Light around the House to a shaded Well Aud also to carry it from a South window through two rooms and then into a Cistern under the North Side of the House. Half a dozen reflections of Light May to made though each Mirror diminishes the brilliancy flight let any one not familiar with the method try it and he will not Only find it useful but a pleasant Experiment. It will perhaps reveal a mass of Quot sediment at the Bottom of a Well that Lias been Little Thoi ight of but which May have been a frightful source of disease by its decay in the water. Statistics of toe hc3iax race. The Earth is inhabited by about 1,380 millions of inhabitants Viz 380,000,000 of the caucasian race 680,000,000 of the mongolian 200.000j-000 of the ethiopian 220,000 of the malay race and 1,000,000 of the american indians. All these respectively speak 3,00-1 languages and possesses 1,000 different religions. The amount of deaths per annul is 33,333,333, or 91,954 per Day 3,730 per hour 60 per minute or one per second. This loss a a compensated by at least a equal number of births. The average duration of life throughout the Globe is thirty three years. One fourth of its population Dies before the seventeenth. Out of 10,000 persons Only one reaches his Hundredth year ouly Oue in 500 his Eightieth year and ouly ode in 100 his sixty fifth year. Married people live longer than unmarried ones and a tall Man is Likely to live longer than a Short one. Until the fiftieth year woman have a better Chance of life than men but beyond that period the chances Are equal. Sixty five persons out of our thousand number of men Able to Bear arms is but one eighth of the population. Of Days separate right hand figure and Divide by 3. Fifteen per cent multiply by number of Days and Divide by 24. Eighteen per cent multiply by number of Days Suarato right hand figure and Divide by 2. Twenty scr cent multiply by number of Days and Divide by 18. Twenty four per cent multiply by. Number of Days and Divido by-15. A quotations of Coin. When Gold is quoted at 81.10, a paper Dollar is Worth 91 cents nearly. When Gold is quoted at 81.15, a paper Dollar is Worth 87 cents. A when Gold is quoted at $1.20 paper Dollar is Worth 83$ cents. When Gold is quoted at $1.25, a paper Dollar is Worth 80 cents. When Gold is quoted ntt$1.30, a paper Dollar is Worth 77 cents nearly. When Gold is quoted at $05, a paper Dollar is Worth 74 cents. When Gold is quoted it $1.40, a. Paper Dollar is Worth 71 cents. When Gold is quoted at $1.45, a paper Dollar is Worth 09 cents. Atacan of Spanby women. I the very names of the Spanish women j Are a con Tant reminder of their worship they Are All named out of the Calendar of saints und Virgin martyrs. A majority Ore christened Mary but As the to sacred name by much use has lost All distinctive meaning some attribute som Especial invocation of the Virgin is a al ways coupled with it. The names of do Lores Mercedes Milagros recalled on lady of the sorrows of the gifts of t,-.-miracles. I knew a Hoy Denish Little Gyp sey who bore tho tearful Namo of the most appropriate name i he Ura for to false Large eyed soft voiced beauties was Peligros our lady of dangers. Who could resist tho comforting Assurance of a Consuelo a a blessed a says my lord Lytton a is a woman who 1\ hat an Imago of Maiden purity goes with the unmet of Nieves the Virgin of the Snow from a single Cotillon of castilian girls you can construct the whole history of on lady. Conception a Nunn citation sorrows solicit Ndu As-siflnption7 As Young ladies Are Neyeli called by their family names but by their baptismal appellations you Caf. When Gold is quoted at $1.50, a paper not pass an evening in a Spanish Tertulia. Dollar is Worth 6 6a cents. I without being reminded of every stage to a Ltd a a the life of the immaculate Mother from interesting experiments to Atli buts Bethlehem to Calvary and Tantic monthly. A per Stone Ware Lar opt. Kero a tip it machinery Oil grasses guns ammunition knives i the Ludo an territory wants to become one of the United states. It is in a state Broshes fun Cyl goods ctr Clit. Perfo. Or. of nature now alld Doc silk to like it. Being a one of Fth most Cameron. A a Etc give. collection. Of Goode la Sash Opheim co. A a r. Stepney la cent is try ing its telethon the problem a a which is the oldest Battle cry a Erin go brah or Indi a established in 1s48. Moa Trofe a. A. Xiv. Se.4ree, actor not at Law. Office Over the store of a. Lathrop to the Brick Block Montrose a. Nul to go in a booksellers catalogue appears the a following article a a memoirs of Charles or. In. Z. Richardson a with a head Cap itally physician a . To Oder Bis i. 1 .11service to to citizen of moolr.�,e Aud i a. paper Annona pcs o its office St i residence of the Corner cd i or Sayre amp readers that a a the breath of Winter chills Bros. Flaudry. Lana 1, lev. A a if a stranger to either May first speak to the one w Ith whom he is already acquainted who will then introduce the other. If a stranger to both Bride and Groom the first groomsman must make the by Laws of american society. A Jap use girls toilet. A a Russell a who is travelling around the world for the Boston a a traveler Quot is now in Japan. Here is something reliable from one of his letters a a having watched the Man. We now turned to the a she had a lady customer whose face and form showed considerable personal Beauty. She was unmarried for her Teeth were glistening White. Neither of the ladies took other notice of is than to glance at us once Sid Wise. The customer after leaving her clog sandals at the egde of the platform which is the floor of the open japanese House and advancing barefooted to the Middle of the room made a Low Bow to the a Barberesi a and told her How she wished to he dressed. The a bar Bressy placed a mat non the floor then removing the Robe from her shoulders began to work upon her hair first until it was softened sufficiently to a great Surprise. A great Many years ago we re Melbor to have read a thrilling Story about a gentleman of elegant Leisure who was travelling for tho fun of it in the tropics. Distorting himself on the Banks of a River he amused himself by trying to turn Over and Roll into the Stream for the Sake of hearing it splash what he Blip posed was a Black Walnut log. Before he succeeded in turning it Over one end of the log which happened strangely enough to be the Tail of an alligators flopped round Aud knocked him Over there was a sort of splitting open at the other end a Flash of White Teeth in the Sunshine a quiet advertisement of a a a Good opening for a Man of Means a the Lazy winking of a Black eve that looked like a knot in the log and the gentleman of Leisure had disappeared leaving in his Wake the glitter of procession of brass buttons and just a taste of Verdigris and Linen in the roof of the alligators Mouth Alligator resumed Bis slumbers. And the gentleman left of record nothing to indicate his feelings. Via Only know that it must in the nature of the event have been a great Surprise to him. High Liec cd roots. An English journal says one of the most detestable injurious and generally abominable fashions now in Vogue among ladies is unquestionably the wearing of j j High heeled hoots. The consequences a necessary resulting from a constant use of hoots made on such a principle Are of the gravest Aud most serious description. The representative britons foot is deformed sufficiently in numerous other ways to see a foot now a Duys properly formed and retaining to adolescence its original and natural state is to see the rarest of curiosities and this being an incontrovertible Smth it will easily be conceived that to ought not systematically to set ourselves to work to distort our feet by any Means More adventitious than can be helped or by the wearing of that which can be most mechanically and comfortably dispensed with. Quot yet this is precisely what fashionable ladies have been and Are doing. Nothing but hoots with the highest possible Heel and the greatest possible contractions elsewhere Cau be worn by those of the female sex who consider themselves and wish to be considered fashionable nothing could be More deleterious in every respect. Of course a gradual Carriage and walk Are rendered totally impossible the execrable Assumption of the Peculiar a Bend a classically called the a grecian a becomes creeds of the world. The population of the world is religiously distributed very nearly in the following proportions christians 388,600,000 buddhists 360,000,000 other Asiatic religions 2go,000,000 pagans 200,000,000 Mohammedans 165,000,000 jews 7,000,000. In Europe America Australia and Many of the polynesian islands christianity is the prevailing Creed of every state. In Africa the Only Independent Christian states Are Abyssinia and Liberia while christianity prevails in several of the european colonies. The largest Empire of asian russian is also a Christian country. India the third country in extent Quot is under the Rule of n Christian government Aud so is a Large portion of farther Ludia. The Mohammedan countries in Asia Are Turkey Persia Afghanistan and the khanate of Central Asia in Africa Morocco the dependencies of Turkey a scientific observer of tho habits of hats has been making some experiments 1 with them showing that they possess j Wlms he terms a somnambulist ice faculties. A per i Une of his experiments was with bats sunup refining. The raw sugar is placed in a Largo cop. I i a vat called a containing about a. Of. Is a Palmenta Vyas with bats j Anu a Ives tit of t which had been completely blindfolded j the sugar thoroughly steam Power m hut which fact did not impede their motions in the slightest degree. They flew about by Dight Aud by Day with their wonted rapidity avoiding All obstacles which Lav or were Tutu tonally placed in their Way As dexterously As if in full Possession of their sight. A they turned around at tho right time when they approached a Wall and rested in a convenient situation when fatigued. In Oue Experiment a room was tilled with thin twigs in another Silken threads were suspended from the ceiling Aud preserved in the same position at the same distance from each other by Small weights attached to them. In these rooms the Bat though deprived of its eyes flew through the interval of the thre ails As Well As of the twigs without touching them and whenever the intervals were very Small Egypt Tunis Tripoli Aud a number of it Drew its wings closely together. In Interior states. A another room a net was placed having buddhism prevails in India farther occasional irregular spaces for the Bat to India in Many parts of China and in a Fly through tho get being so arranged As Japan. The governments of Japan to form a Small labyrinth hut the Blind Burma and Siam Are Buddhist the Bat was not to he deceived. In proportion government of China adheres to the re-1 As the difficulties were increased tic Dex Ligion of confucius. A 1 verily of the insect was augmented. 1 when fatigued by its High flights it flew How to Lay off Sorou measure 209 feet on will have a so arc acre. Land measure. 144 Square inches. 1 Square foot. 9 Square feet. 304 Square Yards. 40 Square rods. 5 Square Roods. 040 Square acres. 1 Square Yard. 1 Square Rod. 1 Square Rood. Secure As that of its associates who Tilc Uso of Lelic is. What becomes of the Coin. Had i to liar used agitate the whole and it becomes boiling mass. In order to remove All the grosser impurities about two Gallons a Bullocks blood Are poured in and the dross very quickly swims on the top i. The depth of some inches. When sufficient time has been allowed for tho blood t become thoroughly mixed with the Ngai so As to separate the impurities from the liquid sugar and ascend in the form of dross to the top the sugar is drained of leaving behind a mass of re ase which forms very valuable manure. This the mo3t economical Way of refining sugar notwithstanding at first yet on inquiry it is found that not Only does All the filth of tho sugar remain in the refuse but also the impure particles of the blood. The albumen in the blood having an no finnity for the impurities the blood which was poured in comes out solid mass of refuse. It has the same effect As the White of an egg in other refining purposes. The liquid sugar Beu passes through other stages of refining but the bulk of the impurity is left clinging to the blood. Here we have an illustration to open no a Bible troth the natural fact con. Quot that blood does cleanse that there blood of Bollocks especially that Quot an Affinity for these impurities. 41c knew How it was. A you Norster in Ival Mottville was Down cellar for a Glass of cider and Feil into a uncovered Well. Tired of waiting the Fht Lier went Down to see what was matter found the boy just climbing oat in tho reign of Durins Gold was _ 1 Square acre �?Tey111 times More valuable weight Lor j of the Well soaked through hut holding 1 Square mile.1 1, Tuliau Silver. In the time of la Lalo fast to the Tumbler. A Why did no to you measure of distances. A mile is 5,280 feet or 1,760 Yards in length. Admit a comb. In Hen the combing was j no longer an Assumption but a necessity done All the hair was gathered Hack from i Quot Quot or e. L. Gardner physician and surgeon. Montrose. Is. Gives Esip Iclal attention to Ducal Enof the heart and lunar Ltd and Alt surgical diseases. Office Over w. B. Farming. boards at Bearlee hotel. Ang. L. 1se�. No other paper has the news. A Somersett Massachusetts Farmer has now in stoic four tho Saud balloons of apply butter which is what lie knows of Berks amp amp Echols in drug medicines coct Nucal Dye at it our varnish Liscora. Spice. Fancy or tie Patent medicines perfumery and toilet articles. Est Curc Futej in Totle Avenue above Bcorley a hotel. Montrose la a. B. Bensfi Ajob Nichols. Aos 1. Or. E. L. Ii Azobu a physician a surgeon tenders i professional ice Rice to the citizen of Fric Edwille and Vicinity. 0ff-office inthe office of or. Left a boards at j. Hoe Ford a. Axe a 1,1869. Prof. Morris the Harti Barber returns i thank for the kind patronage that has enabled him to Gutt Bebel re to Hal a 1 i hard it time to Tell the Vrh Olu Story hot come .andaeel6ryoar�cvefig3rat the old stand. No Load laughing allowed in the shop. April 13, Hunt Brothers Scranton a. Wholesale amp retail dealers in hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware mins bail countersunk a t bail spikes Railroad a min1no supplies. Carriage Springs axles skeins and boxes bolts nuts i washers. Elated bands. Malleable \ a a _ Irons hubs. Spokes a be blobs. Skat spindles bows do. Anvils vices stocks sit Dies Bellows a hammers sledges Circular and Mill saws. Belting packing tackle blocks. Plates Abib Cement. Baiba Grindstone. French window a findings 1 2. Vail bask a Scales Corowa. Lure Fem 18sa. By jewelry. A Turrell Why is a baby like a sheaf of wheat ? because it is first cradled and then thrashed and finally becomes the Flower of the family. A Young lady or Osage was found a a sitting on the 6tyle,�?� the other evening. She sat Down on a gentleman a hat. The hat did no to fit her and is ruined forever. A Georgia editor who Didus to have a free ticket says its comical und entertaining to stand on the outside of the circus tent at night and watch the shadows on the Canvas. At Louisville ky., the fines collected fsr Dunk guess Are placed in the school funds and Many of the prominent men get drunk every week just to contribute to the canse of education. The germans Are about to Amish the parisians with a new drink Cannon Ade. It is composed of Power Volatilized by the explosion of a friction match and served up on a half hell. _ two rather suggestive lines appear in juxtaposition in announcing a sunday school Book. A a the walking a a it is More blessed to give than the school boys think so tool a Clergyman of new York writes a communication to the Star of that City in which he discredits the Story Siat Nero placed the fiddle while Rome was burning. We always it was the trombone the Rascal was warbling on a Mzx Char a _ and no Small a mount of personal disco the face to the Crown and tied there j fort and pain is inevitably caused to the then the a Long Tail was waxed and oiled probably fair but certainly mistaken until it was 6tiff. It was next flattened a wearers of these shockingly made boots. The shape of the foot is soon destroyed out with the hands near the head and the end gathered a Rojius this Flat piece in curious curls and Fau Tarric braids the end fastened with a pin and the face and neck wiped dry with a Towel. Then began a process for which i was wholly unprepared. I had not supposed the japanese to he so near civilized. The 1 Barbres took no a Little Box with a Fine Bamboo Scire in the end and after telling the customer to shut her eyes began to throw or sift the Fine Rice flour or dust upon the Young lady a face and shoulders. Very soon the skin that was naturally Copper coloured was artificially White. That portion of the flour which did not stick was brushed off with a Feather Brash after which a piece of hark of some kind was rubbed on her Cheeks until a red As a Rose was then for the first time a polished piece of Iron or steel a serving for a Mirror was held up before the Young lady who smiled her approval Rose to her feet gathered up her Uress und marched proudly off leaving the a bar Beressi to await another customer. Eleven thousand persons killed by snakes and English paper says a a a St. Patrick is evidently wanted in India As much Asho was Ever wanted in Ireland. During the year 1869 do. Less than 11,416 persons in Bengal presidency died from the effect of Snake bites. The return giving is this information has been carefully compiled All tho merely sick and wounded Nave been omitted As Well As to bps sudden deaths Winch tire Afteu attributed to Snake bites by heirs to property unduly eager for their inheritance. It f h sur Naing fact that tips distr no ? in a a a null i 6f? year by year and that no Effi Catious Means Are adopted to Check its ravages and the improper and Gnu natural Elevation of the Heel of necessity causes tho other parts of the foot for instance the instep the Arch to avoid technicalities and the approaches to the toes to suffer great distortion and diminishes their natural strength and working Powers. And the mischief does not Stop Here. Those hones of too feet which act conjunct ively with tie higher parts of the leg which run no to the calf amp a suffer and it would be Well if tho votaries of these High heeled boots would hear in remembrance that while they Are priding themselves on tho Graceful attitude in which they Are launched a Uto the air they ure also wearing away Aud destroying that elegant contour of the ankle that incomparably mounted gracefulness of calf which properly they ought to priz for can Prim too highly. And the mischief does trots top even Here. Their whole figure a tout ensemble of appear Anto is to a greater or Leas sex ten of marred spoiled and obliterated. New be for balloons. Or. Ferguson if front Street goes Home al rink for tho Fortieth time Ana his wife holds up her hands with vexation and indignation. A a done Saver word. Liza Hie a done say or word 1 in a going to buy a balloon hied by Loon. A what on Earth an you going to by a balloon for or. Ferguson ? a it Tell you Hie ,�?Tlira., a a a see they be gobs Many Hie got pm Ninny rum shops a fathom is 6 feet. A league is 3 Miles. A a Sabbath Days journey is 1,155 Yards this is 18 Yards less than two thirds of a mile a a a a Day a journey is 33- Miles. A Cubit is 2 feet. A great Cubit is 11 feet. A hand horse measure is 4 inches. A Palm is 3 inches. A a Span is 10 7-8 inches. A Pace is 3 feet. Barrel barrel of floor weighs 196 pounds. A barrel of pork 200 pounds. A barrel of Rice 240 pounds. A Keg of powder 25 pounds. A Fork in of butter 100 pounds. A tub of butter 50 pounds. A Keg of butter 60 pounds. Bushel measure. The following Are sold by weight per Bushel. A of did no to Yon it was twelve times is valuable. In that drop Gie Tumbler and Call for help a said of Julius Cresar Gold was Only nine times the father. A a because a replied the Omro More valuable owing perhaps to thester shaking himself of the water like enormous quantities of Gold seized by him Newfoundland dog a a i knew you Wouk in his wars it is a natural question to Send me Hack for it 1�?� ask what has became of the Gold and Sil a a mme ver ? a paper read before the in of tech a a i guess Yon mean to bring up that me association by or. Stephens recent a Ere one to he pretty Sharp at the bargain by is calculated to meet this inquiry. He said a fellow to a woman who was Rock says of our annual Gold product fully Lif i ing and singing with All her Toht to to can per cent is melted Down for in ainu Little responsibility. A Why a a because facture thirty five per cent goes to end Vou keep bawling a by Low baby by Low Ope Twenty five per cent to Cuba if baby a into his cars al the time a teen per cent to Brazil five per cent i j rect to Japan China and the indies a a Begger had been a Lone time be leaving but five per Cetih for circulation in singing an old gout te3ty�?~gentleman j this country. Of that which goes to in j who bad refused his Mito with Menhir a the West indies Brazil fully fifty per rit ability upon which tho Man Dicapi cent finds its Way to Europe where alter a said a fall please Vona Honoris Honor i deducting a Largo percentage used in wish god Lead made your heart As tender a Iju ii four fifths of tho re twin it your toc a Der is exported to India. Here tho tmn-1. Sit of the pre Eions Metal is at in end.1 a a traveler says he goes prepared for Here the Supply however vast is absorb-1 escape from burning hotels by carrying j he and never retards to the civilized j in ins Satchel a Coil of Milc Inch rope forty re in j i or fifty feet Long knotted every two feet the orientals consume hut Little while i to give a better bold. On two occasions their productions have Ever been in de 1 he has found it serviceable. No one Maud among the Western nations. As knows at what time an emergency re Mere recipients therefore these nations a Quiring the use of an escape May occur. Tong Montgomery Lireet a Feller can to get Homo without Gujt Tny drink i Cru fit Qway with Ballon Hie you know ii can come to Thestorf and How it up and then you wont hive to blow to up. Buckwheat 52 pounds. Barley 48 pounds. Oate 32 pounds. Brand 20 pounds. Timothy seed 45 pounds. Coarse Salt 85 pounds. Various weights and measures. A ton of Coal is 2,240 pounds hut the retailers give Only 2000. A ten of round Timber is 40 feet of squared Timber 54 cubic feel a commercial Bale of Cotton is 4�s0 pounds. A puck of Wool is 240 pounds. A Section of government land is 640 acres 1 mile a a liquid ton is 252 Gallons. A Box 16 by 16 inches and 8 inches deep contains 1 Bushel. Excellent interest rules. For finding the interest on any principal for any number of Days. The answer in each Case being in cents separate the two right hand figures of answer to express in dollars and cents for per cent multiply tho principal by the number of Days to run separate right hand figure from product Aud Divide by 9. Five per Keiit Milt imply by number of Days and Divide by 72. Six per cent multiply by number of Days separate right hand figure and Divide by 6, eight per cent multiply by number of Days and Divide by 45. Nino per cent multiply by of am. Her Days separate right Diane figure and Divide by 4. Ten per cent multiply by number of Days and Divido by 36. A a a twelve per cent multiply by number chinese and persians. A a French economist states that in his opinion the former nation alone hide away 820,000,000 of. Fold Aud Silver annually and the present emperor of Morocco is reported us so addicted to this avaricious mania that he has filled seventeen Chambers with the precious metals. The Xis Siou of princes. A a Boston has brought suit against his wife for Divo pc on Tref ground of extravagance claiming that she Wen to a chairty Bazar arid squandered five cuts of a pair of Scales to find tit How much she weighed. He claimed that it. Did no to make a How it is not surprising that the same spirit is i much she weighed. Shared by their subjects Aud it is in this predilection Liat it discover the solution of the problem As to the ultimate disposition of the precious metals. This absorption by the Eastern nations has been uninterruptedly going on since the most Remote historic no period. According to Pliny As much As $100,000,000 in Gold was in his Day annually exported to the East. The Balasco of Trade in favor of those nations is now Given As $80,000,000. 237�?� people who Are always Ingoe Eutzly cheerful and Good it Rcd Are Tery useful in the world. They maintain peace and happiness and spread a thai Kottl temper around them. It Jias been Well said that a we have to More right to flip an unnecessary Shadow River the spirits of those whom we a y casually meet than we have to fling a Stone and break their a _ lady went into a dry goods store in neighbouring City and,.�?Tinquired for a a bleached clot i a a several pieces of shooting were offered for inspection but failed to suit a perhaps a said the lady a a if i should Tell Yoti what i want it for you would know better what Torivo me. It is to be used for reposing roles a Mem Hother piece hastily summoned Quot another clerk acid rapidly vanished in the distance a a Sam you a Learned in de Law can you say if was to lose him Tail whar would he go to find anode one ? a Why to do tavern of course you i nov emus Date a de Only place i knows o. Where Dey re Tail bad parties were recently fined $50 each in Mead Vilio for exp Ying Van Sou for Sal after tho expiration Quot of the time As per game Laws although tho Deer Hud Bee. Killed previous to tho expiration of sate time. ,. A a Western paper says that tho editor of its rival Sheet was skating recently and broke through the ice. He went up. T his cars but tho Hole was not fare enough to let him thong a. While fit was waiting fur Somoano to Toko him out his ears froze and they Havo Binca been ump toted and Are now used for doormats. Q ,1a a lady writes to. To Jackon 0. Standard a a i sir can always Tell Sun Day or Sabbath from any., other Day a in tho week by tho number of men and boys old and Young with guns Ancl revolvers making fur thu Woods and peo-1 pie s farm. A a. A a never a says a Hen pecked Man a Imam a woman Worth More than thou Art Wnm a i Raa Fried my wife. I was Worth sixty two cents and when any difference occurs be t Ween .u,2he tlnow4. Rip trip we

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