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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - February 15, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaE. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday feb 15, 1871. F�usrat5s j. Of Vaa Donora Raro in Rheum Isott san Theon. Has permanently located by Mirta Montr odb pa., where he will prompt i be tar Ord. Office and ree Denee West of the Coart Doan near pitch a water no a office. Hoot Toso be Bruiy ai8t1. Law office it Titi Watson attorneys at Law at the old office of Bentley a pitch Montroal. A. L. F. Pitch. W. W. Wats05. Charles n. Stoddard dealer in boots and shoes hats and Caps. Leather and findings Halo Street let door below Boyds store. Work Mado to Ordor. And repairing done neatly. Mob tree Jan. 1,1870. Littles amp Blakeslee attorneys and counsellors at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by . A g. P. Little on main Street Montrose a. April 20. S. Uttke. Oro. R. Tux a. U blames lab. Buchama. C. C. Fast Sot w. N. He cars. Mckenzie of Bot a co. Dealer in dry goods clothing ladles and misses Floe 8hoes. Man agents for the great american Tea and Coolbe company. Montrose. A. Up. 1, w. Lewis k9�oll, shaping and hair dressing. Shop in the new poet Fulca balls Long where he will he found ready to attend All who May want anything in his line. Montrose a. Oct. 13, i860. P. Reynolds auctioneer Seuss or goods and also attends at vendors. All orders left at my Honse will receive prompt attention. Oct. 1,1869�?if o. 51. Hawley dealer in dry goods . Hardware. Hats Caps , ready made cloth inc a slots oils a to new Mutford a. Sept. 8, go. Or s. W. Dayton ptit8tcian amp bub Kon. Tenders his Serra cd to the citizens of great Bend and Vicinity. Office at his residence opposite Barnum Honse get Bend Village. Sept 1st, 1869.-tf Law office Chamberlin a . Attorney and Conn a a Mora St Law. Office in the Brick Block Over the Bank. Montrose an. 4, is a. A. Chamb Soldt. A a a Ltd aug. I a a 3. B. Mcco Llcy. A. Amp d. R. Lathrop t r ters in dry goods. Groceries Eck try and ,t�?~ih1e and pocket enter re. Paint oils Dve stouts. Flat Hnot and Boes. Rolo leather per Noory a. Brick Block adjoining the . Montrose. Ago still. 1869 a of , o a d. It. Naumor. A. O. Warren attorney a. Law. Booty Back . Pension and Biem on claims attended to. Office <5 Cor below Boyds store. Montryn a a. An. 1, 69 h. C. Sutton auctioneer and insurance agent my s9tf free Nantlle a. C. S. Gilbert it. 0. Auto loner. Angl c9tf great Bend a. A 911 Elt to. S. . Air. 1, 18c9. Address Brooklyn a. John Groves Tali 3r, Mont we. A. Shop Over Chandler s store. A orders filled in first rate style. It Tilting done on Short notice and warranted to fit. W. W. Smith c Binet and c1iair Manl pact of main Street Montrose. A. Aug. 1. 1sc9 h. Surritt Deal Eritt Staple and fancy dry goods crockery hardware Iron stoves drug. Oils and paints Root Sand shoes Flats a Caps. Furs. Buffalo Kobo , a. New Milford. A. Or. E. P. Hines Baa permanently located at Friendsville Forte Ptter fuss of practising Medicine and sni Yery in All its ranches. He my be found at the Jackson House. Office boors from 8 a. M., to 8. P. Friend Nelile pa., Ang 1. 1s6d. Stroud amp Brown fire and use in3jaah cd agents. A Halness attended top Umprey on fair terms. Office door North of a Montrose Ilota West Side o Public Avenue Montrose a. Act. 1,1&69. Bilunos or cock Coams l. Boo Xii. W3l d. Lusk attorney at Law Montrose. A. Office oppo alts the tar Hill a ouse Nearine court to Mac. Aug. I. 18s9.�?tf__ or. W. W. S51 it ii dentist. Rooms Over Boyd a Corwin a hard Ware store. Office hours from 9 a. To 4 p. Montrose any. 1,1869.�?tf Abel Turrell dealer in drugs Pattit medicines chemical liquor Pernu Ivov. Be Rajlic. Win. Uru Ariee g1�m Ware Wall and Windover a. Bronc Ira a. Lampe. Kero ii. Hachl Ncry Olla. Traciee game Amenu Etlou a Nivea. Spectacles Bro Ebee Fane Goode jewelry. Peron Beina one of the Moat name Rona. Rte Nalae Ano to liable collection of Goode in 10 ims. Montrose. Pm. D. W. A table attorn by at Law. Office Oral the store it drop in the Brick Block. Montrose. Pm. Enl c9 do. W. L a Ichardson. Its Ician amp . To Sidra Hie prof Carlono Clit Luna of Montrose and of the Corner Raat of Sayre t Broa. Foundry. Tai1s a a ,s63 do. E. L. Gab Deb t81c1as and Stuegeon. Hont Rore. Of a. Glen attention to Dale area of the heart and -.-n-t. And All sri Recal Dale area. Office Orer w. H. boards at Searles a hotel. Aug. 1. Lews but Bis amp Sibou a ii. No in Draga medic inca chemical Dye a de. Palate Olla Varnah. Llenora spleen fancy r. Etca Patent medic inca Porf amerland toll tar Alciea. A Prescript Lona care tally Nolle Avenne above be Arlo a hotel. Mout roae a a. Annna. Araos a Tenoia. Aug. 1, ims. The Belli of Shandon. By father front with fond affection a a i think Apon those a Headon Bdl i a whose sounds so a us would in the Days of childhood thus flinging around me their magic spells a tis thus 1 Ponder wherever i wander and grow the fonder Sweet Cork of thee with thy Bells of Shandon that sound so grand on. The pleasant Waters of the liver Lee. I be heard the Bells chiming full Many a clime in tolling Sublime in the Cathedral shrine while it a glib rate brass tongues would vibrate but Oil their music spoke not like to line. For memory dwelling on each proud b Welling of the Belfry kneeling its bold notes Croe a made the Bells of Shandon sound tar More grand on the pleasant Waters of the Lee. I be heard Bells tolling old<4 Adriana a mole in their Thunder rolling from the Vatican and symbols glorious swinging of Procious in the gorgeous turrets in old Notra Dama but thy sounds were sweeter than dome of Peter flings Over the tiber penalty solemnly of the Bells of Shandon sound More grand on the pleasant Waters of the River Lee. There a a Bell in Moscow while on Tower and kiosks in St Sophia the turkman gets and loud in air Calls men to prayer from the tapering Summit of tall minarets such empty phantom i freely Grant them but there son Anthem More dear to me a tis the Bells of Shandon that sounds so grand on the pleasant Waters of the River Lee. Tie barns anniversary. At the bums Celebration at new Bedford or. Daniel Richetson read an address which closed with the following original and Beautiful lines still glides As Erst the a a Bonnie Doon a and m la Garve sparkling Waters still nature Grants her genial Boon to Scotia a sons and daughters. Around a a Montgomery a castles Walls a Xci a Coria Aro gently flowing. The a a Mavis from me raw morn Cal a. The Braes with Flowers arc glowing. The winding Nith still glides along the Banks of Ayr Are Blooming the Quot lint White chants Bis evening song the Hare steals Forth at gloaming. Some a a Highland Mary still is seen to Charm her rustic Lover some a Nannie Quot walks a Rural Queen through paths of Rye Fantl Clover. A on u Cessnock Banks Quot the Lovely maid May still be found at even. And scenes that once the poet stayed when wandering by the a As gently now m Sweet Afton flows. Her Vales with music ringing As sweetly still the Primrose blows. As when our Bard was singing. Throughout old Scotia a Hills and Plains the Muse has told her Story. Bat none so Well As a Bobbie bums Quot has swelled her song of glory. A a Cvitic and do. E. L. Has Bick 1tsiclas amp surgeon,.rcapcctfully tender i Profaca clonal a Enrice to tile Ciu Een of Arlen Zarille 1 a a i. it no and Vicinity. Hoard at j. A office into office of or. Leet a lot Ford a. Atloff. 1.18g9. Prof. 9iobb1s, the hath Barber return his thanks for the kind Runa up thathy enable d him to id tic beet Rcd to a i a i have it time to Tell the whole a Lory Bat come bad Tiv for Yoars Ovca the old stood. No Load of a Nichiow allowed in the a hop. April la. Is a. Ii unt Bho tuers Scranton a. Wholesale a retail dealer is hard Wake Iron steel nails spa jars shovels pull Der a hardware Mike bail. a t bail Silket bail soap a a a in Liq Hupp liets. Carriage Springs. Axles. Skeins Ani r boxes. Bolts. Kv7b and washers. Plated bands. Malleable Irons. Hubs. Spokes a Felloes sea t spindles. Bows. Late. Anvils vices stocks and Dies Bellows r hammers. Sledges. Files a. circular and Mill saw belting. Packing mob blocks. Plaster Paris Cement. Ra1b� Grindstone. French window Glass. Leather a findings f pair Bank Scales Era ton. Marth 84.188 s. 11 agric Ultman College of Pennsylvania. Up Iii a a Stith ution Sill re oct Tai the teem of s4 weeks on Friday february 10, 1871. Jan. S5,1870. of. _ Centre co., a. Be Bart. A sub Well a a Man Veas lost on the Plains and who had lived several weeks on raw fish desiring to very his Bill of fare says he prs Ned a Toad for two Davs but without Success. A a gentleman speaking of the happiness of the married state before his daughter despairingly said a a she who marries does Well but so he who does not marry does a Well said the Yon Glady a a i will do Well let those who choose do a a complo came before a Justice of the peace in new Orleans to be married and the ceremony was preceded by the following dialogue a a Why Rosa,.Yon ainu to going to marry that old Lunatic Are you a a yes to be sure Why not a a a he la you in less than a a a May be so sir but i cannot help it a Why Notye a a of because a sir if i done to get marry cd ill die of grief and if i do get married ill be so glad ill be ready to a a Young Loui villian enjoyed a Heteu tete with his beloved in a doctors study of a recent evening till n Skeleton hanging up began to rattle ominously. Bot i thought ghosts and fled. It was found that a rat was building his nest in the Skull and Bis movements caused the rattling. Man stopped at a. Hotel at pikes Peak and on settling his Bill the landlord Cha ged him 87 a Day for fire Days. A a did no to you make a mistake a said the guest. A a no a said the landlord. A a Yon did a retorted the wiry looking fellow a a you thought you got Del the no obey i had but Yon Are mistaken i have a whole Tirse full in another pocket a a lady who was acting As gratuitous amanuensis in writing a letter for a lady Friend last week had the imprudence to throw the letter in the fire when nearly finished for the simple reason that the lady for whom she was writing modest v requested her to close the letter by saying a a please to excuse bad spelling and writing. A a Good natured new yorker endeavours to console his Quaker City neighbors for the disappointment inflicted upon the by the census Takera. He says a a leaving the matter of population entirely of Tbs the our Stion Philadelphia May itself upon extending overwork ground and Haydn Gore Good Sitt within its corporate limits Toso any other City in this a Dav As a Bachan. Heigh to Mcgreer 1 what in the world Are you swearing about so furiously a i asked entering the livery stable of the above named person amid o Volley of oaths that might have shocked his san panic a of i Good morning a replied the Man a a Evenso me or. Morris. I was talking rather too Strong perhaps but the fact is Lam in a desperate Strait 1 you see or. Elmore a horses Are both sick and he wants me to let him have Ray Best Span and coach immediately. Well the dapples Are the Best and to Ray Eye belter than his own but theron a not a Man belonging to my stables dare drive them butt iary and he is Down with the fever. The other horses Are All out or engaged and i doubt know what the. A a there there a said i a no oaths. I have nothing on hand and really believe i should like to play Hackman for a Day in now a sorely or. Morris Yon Ore joking a ejaculated the Man in amazement. A a no i am in Earnest a for the idea was so novel that i a Lover of adventure became every moment More determined to try it. A a i am in Earnest or. Mcgreer up say no More about it you know i can manage anything. Jast have them hitched up and give me the livery coat and Bat now leave to in the office for a moment a but Stop doubt let the men know who i am and by the Way i. Almost forgot it have our team sent around in about an hour. Left alone i proceeded to alter my appearance As much As possible assuming Hab aliments of a Driver i made a first rate irishman of the higher Grade. The metamorphosis was scarcely completed when or. Mcgreer entered. A a or. Mor a a Michael be mane a i interrupted a sure there a no reason that i should be cheated out of a we both laughed and i received congratulations upon making a Good son of Erin. Stepping out of the office i mounted the Box gathered no the reins and was off. The horses were unusually Gay but i had them in Groom trim by the Tuno i stopped before or. Elmore s residence. It May be Well to state Grace Elmore was not the least inducement for assuming my present position. All Winter she Hud been a dream idol of mine or rather half a one fori could not really decide which i preferred Grace or Maud de Morris a Young French lady who was spending the Winter in new York with her parents. Both were bewitching and i embraced Terv Opportunity of being with Eitner. A springing from the Box i ran Quot the Bell and presently assisted miss Elmore and two friends into the Dev was warm for March and the four n windows were open Grace sitting on the scat nearest me. A a Ennd the pleasant streets Driver. Anywhere for a ride a she said. We started and for a Quarter of an hour the ladies chit Chat was of no account to me when suddenly miss Fanny exclaimed a a by the Way Grace Rumor says you Are in a cd to George Morris and the solitaire on your forc Finger appears to confirm he Nora me a was the reply. Now Grace a chimed in the third lady a Stop your nonsense and Tell us candidly Are you engaged a a a Well i am arraigned before a court for some terrible crime and commanded to answer guilty or not guilty a is that it a was the half laughing half annoyed response. A a no a replied the third lady a Only to gratify Friendly a a Well the truth is i am not at Liberty to Sav All i wish but this much i will acknowledge the ring you mentioned did once be my to George was there Ever such an abominable falsehood told every word of which is True ? i thought angrily As i heard the comments upon my Money person parents Etc. That girl has led them to suppose that we Are engaged and there is a ring to prove Itji a ring she took from me in sport a few evening a since and which i intended to recover upon or next meeting. Well there is one thing certain Grace Elmore will never be my wife. A could not twist 6uch a schemer. Should judge some Nineteen years whom he addressed As Moggie. Her Rich Brown hair was curled neatly at the Back of her head and the soft Violet looking Hazel eyes were the most enchanting that Ever met my gaze. Peeping from under my Bat i noted every article of dress of the neat Robed Little fairy. A drive to the Park a was the gentleman a direction As i again took up the reins. Listened eagerly for every sound from within feeling Naif ashamed of the part i was playing though too deeply interested in the lady to desist presently a Clear and Sweet Toice asked. A a Well father dear what have Yon to say that Vou require such strict privacy a a a my child in i fear you Are not Brave enough to hear it of 1 merciful heaven if i could but Only spare my Darling a an eager Loving voice replied a a father 1 father surely one so Young and Strong with such dts a love for Yon can Bear a great Deal and sorrow will not be so heavy when shined with me now that Mother has no Pover to Comfort you except through memory let me take her precious place As Best lean. Tell me All father i am stronger than Yon then followed a Long explanation which May be summed up in a very few words. Their voices were often drowned in the enter Hustle bul i heard sufficient to understand that or. Lancey who was doing a very heavy business and had several months previous taken a partner who proved to be an inveterate Speculator and without the knowledge of or. Lancey bad involved the firm to the amount of several thousand dollars. The investments could amount to nothing in less than a year meanwhile debts previously incurred fell de and were pressed by creditors. Or. Lancey ending by saying a a unless i get some Oss Istance Between this and monday night tuesday night will find us penniless. Of my child if i could but save you How can you hear such a change and i Beard the heavy sobs of that Strong mau come thick Aud last. There were a few drops in my own eyes for i could not 6ee the horses for a moment i fancied Loving arms around his neck and a Pale soft Cheek against his own As the words i had to lean Down to catch came in a Clear Brave voice from the no Blest heart that beat a Neath heaven a a father do not think of me All that i have is yours and Many of my private Arris les will bring considerable. Do not a Brick from anything to an honest debt i can Bear All tilings so that love is left surely i May not complain if All is take if heaven leaves me my father. Do your Best Aud Trust to me for All the assistance in my Power. I Cau Bear All things so Long As love is left tilings Worth Kunf Tnge my Resolution was strengthened when i 1 1 _ a it no heard her say in confidential undertone to the one lady miss Fannie having left at her own Hoite. A a i have of course no feelings in the matter Only a school girls love but i think that George would make a most desirable husband while his wealth with my own will place us above any change of Fortune. Then he is very handsome and i have decided to take him. I done to now think that i could do much better.1 a a pity i have not arrived at a similar conclusion a was my mental sarcasm. Just then she called affectionately a Home willingly did i place her on the Carriage Steps Aua torn towards the stables. A a by Jove i wish i Pond have As Good a Chuce to try Maud de Morris a 1 ejaculated As i drove up to my station. Mcgreer was waiting for me. There was a Gray haired Geu Reinan with him but Mcgreer stepped aside and asked me if i objected to going farther at the same time overpowering me with thanks and saying if the horses were cooled Down he could give them to some one else. A a no no a 1 replied quickly for 1 was desirous of learning More of humanity a i will keep my place for the present Send me where you choose. Turning to the gentleman Mcgreer bowed at>4 to do emr. Lancey this Carriage is at your a in or. Lancey i recognized 9 worthy merchant Bott go pop Well known in higher circles his Means placing kit Only with those who were in very Good circumstances. A a to Street North a quiet easy Little place it proved to be a a three Story Brick new and handsome to Bong lacking elegance. Here the gentleman slighted rent Ching in s snort time accompanied by a Young girl of i courting under suss Netles. Up before the neat Brick Housou in Street i fairly worshipped the Brown Huml Augel who resided there. For the last fifteen minutes i had been contriving a plan to assist them. In my pocket was a Check for three Hundred dollars drawn for the purpose of settling a Small account _ my name was on it in fail and As 1 opened the Carriage door i cast it to the wind which took it to the pavement at first neither noticed it and i fear i had been foiled but just As i was mounting the Box Maggie picked it up and turned hurriedly to Ber father. Ii Rove off wondering How it would end. Reaching the stables i threw the reins to the Hostler and entering the office told Mcgreer the horses could be driven by a baby disposed of my masquerade Aud went borne not to dream of Grace and Maud As usual but of the Noble woman who a could Bear All things so Long As love was the next morning i saw in the a Herald a notice which read As follows a a if or. George t. Morris will Call at no. 4 North Street he will recover lost it was just what i wanted and about 10 o clock i Call at the place above named receiving the Check from my Queen together with an explanation of How it came into her Possession. I asked if her father was at Home. He was not. Would she give me his place of business ? a a taking a card from the stand she traced neatly the address and bowing i left her to Beek the merchant a emr. Lancey 1 am George Morris. Will you Grant me a private interview a a with seated in the inner office i told him All the last Days proceedings that concerned himself offering any pecuniary assistance he might permit me to Render. After some urging on my part he accepted and grasping my hand thanked me again for saving his child saying heaven would repay me. And it has most munificent by for not Bix months passed Ere Maggie Lancey possessed the solitaire which Grace Elmore had worn so proudly and falsely. I have secured the greatest treasure Earth can give a woman who a Cau hear All things so Long As love is _ now two Hazel eyes Ore peeping Over my shoulder a while a Happy voice exclaims a Why George Yon foolish old Darling no Ono will be interested in that but is my Little wife Correct ? o b a a the mothers Friend says a never re prove child harshly for chewing sub King or no never reprove him harshly. The Only Way to cure him is to thrash him within an rach obis a Here is a touching confession from the editor of the Glen Falls n. Yff a publican a a our Christmas Turkey was a Fine Bird it Haij Scales on its Back and was taken from q barrel labelled a a 0. a a the Only mention of paper Money in the Bible says an Exchange is where it says that the trove Bro ngut the a Green Mick to Noah a mistake when the twelve were sent out they were commanded to take no scrip with them. A a Brevity is the tool of with though there Ere Busny Soj lets vits in 1663 the governor of mass., sir Henry Vano an aristocratic Pil Ritan As austere As a Saint and As ambitions As Napolean was banged for High treason. In 1663 the province of South Carolina was erected with a free conscience clause in its charter. In 1665, Nora cassava or new Jersey was settled by lord Berkley Aud followers. A in 1673, now York and new Jersey then belonging to the englisby was taken by the dutch one year after they were restored by treaty. In 1683, to settlement of Pennsylvania was commenced by William Penn the persians give a name to every Day of the month the same As we do to those of the week. April is so called from Perit the beats of a healthy pulse Ara. Equal to nine seconds of time. Tho first writer who used algebraic signs was a Nuremberg or named , in 1544. The least friction is found in polished Iron and Brasa or a Man five feet six inches High of level ground or on the sea Shore can see about three Miles Distant. Black rats Are tamed in Germany and have Bells Hong about their necks. They drive away other rats. The Angora cat has one Eye Blue and the other yellow. The Pip in poultry is a disease that produces a Thiu film under the Tongue. Perfectly White cats Are deat a horse sleeps while standing. The Bones of Birds Are hollow and filled with air instead of marrow. Fish and Birds can see through Benic Titrating membrane that they draw Over their eyes to screen them from the Sun. A Louse lays sixty eggs or nits in six Days and hatches them in six Days More. The Flea Grasshopper and loons jumps two Hundred times their length in the ratio of a Quarter of a mile to a Man. In the migration of Birds the males arrive several Days in Advance of the females. Hair has been successfully transplanted from one part of the body to another. The atoms composing the a a human form divine a Aro supposed to undergo an entire change every forty Days. The pulse of children goes just double As Quick As in a person of sixty the one one Hundred Ana Twenty to the minute the other sixty. _ Cassada roots Are made into bread in Brazil and the starch is our tapioca. Wheat and Barley grow More in the Day time than night. Hops entwine to the left and conv Ulins &Quot"�ol-cidu�u8.trees Are Fiose Witos leaves Wither and fall once a year in contrast with Evergreen. Extract of lettuce is a cure for coughs and a effective sedative. Galena is the native Sylph net of Lead and contains Antimony Silver and Zinc. A amount Athos a in Macedonia is a mile High. It has Twenty four greek monasteries with six thousand monks. The metals retaining heat longest Are in their order brass Copper Iron tin and freezes at 39 degrees below Zero Ether at 47 degrees. A poker Laid Over a fire concentrates the heat of the passing smoke and a a creases the draught through the fire. Frost goes downward heat upward. Eggs Are hatched at 104 degrees of heat. Bell Metal is three parts Copper and one tin. The first tragedy written in America was by Benjamin Coleman while a 6tu-. Dent at Harvard. It was entitled Gusta Vas faso and was enacted at a regular commencement of tho College. Coleman afterwards became a noted divine. Pennis Charier was dated March 4th, 1601, and his first Colony comprised five Hundred souls. The greeks and romans had no standing armies in times of peace. In time of War every citizen was a Soldier. The romans Lay on conches at their meals resting on their left Aud eating with the right Hani the sexes eat separately. William the conqueror was Decender from Rollo the danish pirate in the seventh degree. A fahrenheit who invented the thermometer in 1730, was a Dantzic Mer Cliant the report of a inn is heard before the word a a echoes cannot be heard m a less distance than forty seven feet to distinguish syllables it requires one Hundred Aud sixty one feet for each syllable. A Bell in water produces a sound like two knives struck together. In the Arctic regions Yon can Converse a mile Distant. The criers a ooh yes a is a corruption of French a a ooze Quot to listen. _ Magna charter was a charter extending the right of petition to the people. It was first extorted from King j0111 for tho Nobles in 1688, under Charles i extending to the people in a Bill of rights. Thib provides that fines and ame cements shall Dever destroy a Man and Baves a freeholders estate a merchant s goods a Workman stools a scholars books amp a. The first european settlement was made in new York in 1609, in Virginia 1607, and in Massachusetts in 1630. The first a burp Organ in Boston was into Kings Chapel in 1731, but so Quot Reat was the prejudice against it to that for seven Mouths it stood unpacked in the Vestibule of to Church. Ybon it was put up add it sounds there heard it met with favor. It was related that one old lady expressed her opinion of it by saying. A a its a pretty Box of whistles but que awful plaything for. The i Nade the acquaintance of a Monug la Day ones at a party who was rather Good looking and i being. Rather susceptible of course fell in love. A i accompanied the Yonng lady Home but had a very polite invitation front the Young lady a father to stay at Horne but nothing daunted i resolved to Winti Jane Ann at All hazards. If anything i rather like. Old pm a a objections for that made toe thing romantic you know a. The not evening knowing that Jane Ann would beaten Noah i borrowed a horse and Carriage from a Friend and went there purpose of taking Jane Ann Church was Over. 1 am Airaid i did not much attention to the Sermon on that evening and x thought at that time it was tho longest i had Ever listened to. But As everything earthly has an end so had that Sermon and thought it the happiest moment of Tny life Wien los stated Jane aun a into my Carriage. A we of course took the longest Road to or. Pm res possible and As it was in an opposite direction from my horses Home Ana As he had not had his sapper lie did Mot care much about going hut i at last got him under Way and Toeu gave my attention to my companion and commenced conversation which ran somewhat in this Way a a a dear Jane Isnit this a Beautiful whoa there where going to a the last was addressed to the he use who had suddenly taken notion to turn around. A see How Beautiful the Moon whoa there where in the Dickens Are you going to hoist was going Square into the Fence a a of Janie in be Long wished for this Opportunity to whoa there 1 confound that horse in be Long wished for the Opportunity to Tell you How much in Coile out of that you oat muncher where in the mischief Are you going to a the horse was going into the Fence again but i straightened him and commenced again a a in be Tong wanted to Tell you Janie How much i love you come out of that Yon son of a gun what Are you turning around for a and of Janie if i thought Vona where tho Deuce Are you going ? whoa there a loved me a fas Well ask confound that horse whoa there a i love you come out of that a id be perfectly con found that horse whoa there a i was too late the horse turned Square around upsetting toe Carriage and break aug it All to smash but fortunately not hurting Janie or i i walked Home with Jane but never finished my-speech., go fat repaired so in thavenot indulged a a the luxury of Fallig in love since. Tho health habits or Young Hen. A Terv corks and interesting table might be Quot made by a thoughtful physiologist and hygienist showing each person where his strength goes and i am not sure that a Young Man could do botnet service for himself than seek counsel of some Wise physiologist Tell him frankly All his habits Quot and have such a table Pfel pared not Only to guard him against excess but to show him his weak place and Point out where he will he most Likely to till. Some of these tables would no doubt read very much As follows. Spent in digesting a big dinner which the body did not need sufficient Force to raise Twenty ton of matter one foot High h. Singing of so tuft. 1- John Hjaltalin. Icelander makes Tbs following communication to London Tore a a in times ancient and modern a singing As 6wans�?T�?T has been recorded by natural Ista among a a vulgar errors a and groundless superstition. It May therefore he interesting to oar readers to hear that swans actually dosing which i can testify 6 my own to it personal experience. A from any Nisito to my eighteenth year i lived at in tho West of Iceland eur died Anfu Dalnar. It. Is situated at the end of a Small Firth called guff Jorder which is so by Low water it is almost dry to Bottom of tho Firth is covered with sea grass mar Helmur. In this Firth hundreds of swans gather together All the year round except during tho Winter months when toe Firth is covered with ice and in toe Mcrath of a i guat which is their moulting season when All of Tom Jevc. This Firth and. Go to another not fax off called there is no a for Thi emigration As oud of Jorder seems in every Way As Safe and convenient for them during the season of Gila surdur. Tradition therefore accounts for this migration in a toe following manner once on a time two widows lived one on each guff Jorder. At that thine the. 6wans did not go away during the moulting season and the widows used to gather great quantities of swans feathers which Are sold in Iceland at the present Day Ata Halfpenny a piece. Thus the swans feathers formed a considerable item in the income of to two widow. Once however one of toe widows gathered feathers on a piece of land belonging to to other. A quarrel arose and one of the widows uttered a spell to tic effect that henceforth All to swans should leave in inf Jorder during the moulting season. I will not vouch for the correctness of this tradition but the fact remains that this migration takes place Nunnally during toe above mentioned season. During nine years i have heard the binding of the hundreds of swans which gather together in in fun Jorder. In the morning Aud evening their singing is so loud that it can be heard Miles away and both sides of the Firth ring with the echoes of it for at that time every individual Swan seems to join in the chorus. This is indeed a wonderful concert the singing of the Swan has not the least resemblance to the cackling of geese or the quacking of ducks. In fact its voice is unlike the voice of any other Bird i have Ever heard it seems so Clear and fall and has As it were a Metalic ring in when it is Calm and Clear in the morning or the evening toe swans Fly along to Valley toward the mountains in parties of Odd numbers. During their flight they either keep in a straight line Cue Alvr another or they form a Triangle leaving an open space in the Middle tho Foremost Swan sometimes emitting single sounds at Short intervals. The tradition of the singing of the Swan being sweetest just before its death is Well known in Iceland but i am unable either to deny 01 confirm this tradition because i have never been present at the death of a Swan. The fireside it is As the focus of Home Fellowship and Intercourse that we speak of the fireside As the spot consecrated to the freest action anti utterance of family sui patties and affection where conjugal. Spent in getting rid of several drinks j Paren Lul. Fraternal and filial anxieties a. 9 a 1 frot2 ift Cal Qew frito. Fitt pm a can. A Paradox to become rotund eat Square meals. If you would not be a a Swearer a a a rank begins. In the first Low uttered oath r. A a ties fhe sin j. If you f of wine and Brandy Force sufficient to raise Twenty Tous one foot High. Spent in smoking cigars Force sufficient to raise ten tons one foot High. Spent in keeping awake All night at a spree Force sufficient to raise Twenty Tous one foot High spent in breathing bad air Force sufficient to raise fifteen tons one foot High. A spent in cheating a neighbor ont of$30 in a business transaction Force sufficient to raise fifteen tons on foot High. Spent in Reading worthless books and papers Force sufficient to. Raise five tons one foot Gigli. Spent in doubt hesitation and Tuncer to into. Force sufficient to raise five Tous one foot High. Total�?130 tons one foot High. Left for practical and a Soihl labor Only enough to raise fifty five tons one foot High or to do less Quot than Oue third of a Days work. Sometimes there would he a draft on tho original capital of considerable Force to there Boultt not be enough to keep the body warm or the food Well digested or the Muscles plump and full or the hearing acute or the . Aud Bright or the brain thoughtful and Active. Very often a single Debauch would use up the entire available Power of the whole system for a whole week or month. There is no end to the multitudinous ways in which we not Only spend our working capital but draw on the original Stock that ought never to he touched and the result is imperfect lives rickety bodies no ability to transmit to our children Good health und Long lift much physical suffering and premature decay with All the ends of life a accomplished. How sad is nil this How terrible to be bom into this world and leave it without adding something to its wealth its virtue and its Progress a Herald of health. £5g7here is a Liona fid incident which transpired in a neighbouring City lately. A coloured woman one of the converts Dur Inga recent revival had a altercation with a employed in the same House and was Interr noted in her Lively tirade by the mistress who remarked upon toe impropriety of such conduct in one who Baa been Liopo fully converted. Whereupon tho Sable Empress retorted a i have a Sper fenced religion and in be Gwine to pipe de Church and he one of do lord sown lambs but fore god mis b ill scald Dat Nigger furst a Hopes tears Joys sorrows Lotes resent ments confessions forgiveness Ore Yont to be exchanged. There is no other a Login which can be realized More thoroughly the weaving into one of several live each imparting and each receiving something from the rest no other is so sacred to the memory of those who have been summoned thence into tho wide world who Ore perhaps afar off or on the sea or finnig their allotted work among strangers or removed to those More inaccessible shores where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary boat elsewhere the absent May be forgotten but Seldom for Long together at the fireside. It �3 crowded with associations which touch the heart at some Point or other of its surface and make it thrill with affectionate emotion in which every member of the family gathered round the Hearth can Utako an appropriate share. No lessons leave a More abiding impression than those which gently drop into the mind at tho fireside. No fun is / More tickling or leaves behind it less regret. No history is purer of a whole than a fireside history and none lives longer or More Loving Lynn remembrance. He Wiio cannot look Forward with yearning desires to fireside enjoyments As the Staple enjoyment of life is greatly to be pitted and if tho cause be in himself greatly to be blamed. / a in the first Glass lie your Dan a Fin i a my fid Bat to sep aug. Tho Law is in the Ray a of do of her Mamago cd hid tip Risho says Quot lotteries a Reil Legi. And marring to the greatest lottery in a r. A mortality of children. Year after year the mortality reports among children increase until now the figures show that about forty per cent of our children die before they attain their fifteenth year. If Stock raisers were no More successful in rearing brutes than Are cats in raising children Jicy would to bankrupt if Beautiful Aud healthy children at tho age of fifteen years should command a High Money. Firm cum from society or state Oriff amt. Ies rearing children without loss and at the Samo time possessing health Aud Beauty should be entitled to honors Aud pecuniary rewards it is very problematical if. The present system of slaughtering infants would Long continue. would prompt toe discovery of Laws and Lead to the adoption8 of proper food clothing exercise and habits favouring health develop cent symmetry of form Beauty of feature und longevity that parental affection unstimulated by Obj Cuva influences would be bios to understand or adopt great is tho almighty Dollar if per ply paid is much attention to th4 jaws of health As to Thein Finenco of Abate to Onia political speech on the Gold or Stock Market As much Success would Greet them in prolonging life As m must Jug it away vainly a wicked a

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