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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - July 5, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaE b. Hawley proprietor. Monte be pa., wednesday july 5,18tl. Volume xxviii number 27. Huskea Hattte. Ira. W. W. In run a stat. Rooms at Bis dec Linz. Next door cat of Tbs Kep Allcan printing office. Off co boors from 9 a. A. To 4 p. Montrose May 8,1871�?tf the Bab Bebe Hoha hat Charley Morris is the Barber who can share your Bee to Orter Cut Brown Black and or incr hair in his office just of stairs. There Yon will find him Ortr Gero s store below Mckenz los list one door. Montrose Jane 7,1871.�?tf a. H. Mccollon # at torts at Law office Over the Bank Montrose a. Montroso May 10, 1s71. Of do. D. A. Lat Bop opened an office at the foot of Chestnut Street near the Catholic Church where he can be consulted at All Timet. Montrose april 20,1871. If Cross non amp Baldwin attorneys at Over the store of we. J. Golf Orr on Public Avenue Montrose a. W. Cross los. B. L. Baldwin. Montrose March 1,1s71. A a j. D. Vail Domo Ramc purse i so and Suju sow. Rat permanently located himself in Montrose where he will prompt in attend to All Calls in his profession with which he May be bored. Office and residence West of the court Boose near Fuch amp Watson s office. Montrose february re 1s71. Law office Quot men a Watson. Attorneys it Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch Montrose a. U r men. Jan. It 7t. W. W. Watson. Charles n. Stoddard dealer in boots and shots hats and Caps. Leather and findings main Street 1st door below Boyd s store. Work made to order and repairing done neatly. Montrose Jan. 1,1870. Littles St Blakeslee attorneys and counsellors at Law. Off co the one heretofore occupied by it. A a q. P. Little on Halo Street. Montroso to. April so. N. A. Iima. Ono. P. Little. A. Tel walk. E. Jim Knix. C. C. Factor a a. In Mccain. A cry Exzie amp co. Dealers in dry goods clothing ladles and misses Fine shoes. So agents tor the great american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose. A. No 1, 0, Lewis Knoll shaving and hair dressing. Shop in the new to Stoffle hot Ldene where he will be found ready to attend All who May want any in Fth Isline. Montrose a. Oct. 13, 1�9. Ton Xor. At pitt8ton. By e so Mab gu5bxbgb o. 91. Hawley dealer in dry goods groceries. Crockery. Hardware hats. Caps . Ready made nothing paints oils Etc. New Milford. A. Sept. 8, cd. Or. S. W. Day Tox physician amp surgeon tender i Errice to the citizens of great Bend and i irly office at hts residence opposite Barnum la Ense g t. Dond tillage. Sept. 1st, darning the disaster at put to Tad. Mcdermott the Engineer of the breaker stood at has Post of Doty hoisting the men film below until his hair was homed from his head his clothing from his body and the flames had disabled his engine. Does history record a higher heroism t a u was grand i in the midst of the flame and the Limo face of the breaker there blood Mcdermott the lever in band Calm at his Daty nod swore by ids maker never to leave a till the last Man had risen. Oat from the fire and the death of he prison. Standing alone 1. Bravely and sternly unmoved at his Doty Neath him the moan of the victims and round him the fir blend wild Beauty. A a no t not alone for a form there stood by Hon Nerving his Arm that the flames might not try him Post his endurance gods nigh him. Rafter and Shell Frame work and net work and Brace of the breaker crash la and fell and the breath of the maker seemed As destruction beneath him the hell of the pit yawned and Aro and him the Are Billows swell flamed from the Depths of the perilous Crater t still there he stood while his courage Rose greater standing alone with his god and creator. Blackened and scared scorched and Distl flared in suffering and glory he is endeared by the dread ordeal mods deathless in Story nobler than Leader in Battlo or Toray. Tears for the dead scorn for the men who for gain sold Brothers into the bed where vapor and fire Damp disfigured and smothers it when All is said and the last prayer o or the victim is Given. Leave the dark picture and give thanks to heaven that one True Man All this Foulness could leaven. . A. Of Warren attorney a. Law. Bounty. Back pm. Porn Rico and Evora on claims attended to. Office floor below Boyd s store . A. 1. 69 its. C. Sit Tox to auctioneer and insurance agent frtend�vli1e� a. It. S. A at 69 f c. S. Gilbert auction or great cud a. Ami Ely Vauoti Odnoor. Auff. 1, i so. Addris. Brooklyn a. Joii3lgroyes, . Montic. Is. Shop Over Chandler s store. Abon lers full Eden first Rote style Furios done on Short notice and warranted to fit. Their grand Tulier a Bora. W. W. Smith and chair manuf act Mayo Street Montrose 10. 1. 1869. U. Burr itt Oeal Erio Staple nod Fatir or Good. , . Iron stove i guru Ai gtd tall. Boo mind a Floc hat. 4 Capa. Tara. Toffalo Robe rbhertea.prbvlaiona.ci., new Milford. Padr. A. P. Rises to a Nelthan Enott located at Pom a i practising mid flac and Aan Ary la All Ita tra Cliea. He Way be in Tad it the Juc kaon a Ottar. Ottlee to ave for Tom s a. A. To s. P. To. Piht Davnie. Pa., aug. 1. 1s69. _ ski love amp Brown t to Tab and fu5j.ia.nck a cents a bos Teaa attended Tonit Nelly on fair term. Onlee first door North a Montroso hotel West video of a Beav to we Mofit Rose a. Ang. 1,1863. Of amp us ref a Vikrom Oha Elt l. Down. We. A a Lusk attorney at Law Montrose. A. Office oppo. A it re Carthl mows a Naihe court Una a. Att. I. 18ss-ff a a Abel Turrell to Drnas Patent medicines Che Minu Llna Orff. Plants a us Dye stuffs. Varnishes win class groceries Glass Ware Wall and u Yudow a Tare Lampa. Kero Eye Mackin Raj Oila grasses guns ammunition Oditt spectacles brushes fancy goods jewelry pm Rita is. food Ofui most numerous. Tens Lac. And valuable collection of goods in established in 1845. Montrose a o Don t you remember our Grandfather s Bam. Where oar cousins and we met to play How we climbed on tho beams and the scaffold so High. Or tumbled at will on the Hay How we sat in a Row on the bundles of Straw and riddles and Witeli stories told. While the Sunshine came through the cracks at the South and turned Oil the dust into Gold ? How we played hide and seek in each cranny and Nook. Where a child could be stowed then we Mode us a coach of a Hogshead of Rye and on to a a Boston Quot we Rode and then we kept store and sold Barley and Oats. And Corn by the in shul or bin and Straw for Sisters to braid into hats and flax for our mothers to spin. Then we played we were biddies and cackled and crowed tui grandmother in haste came to see if the a cases were killing the old speckled Hen or whatever the matter to night she patted on Heads when she saw her mistake. And called is her Sweet a a Chicken dears Quot while a tear dimmed her Eye As the picture recalled. The scenes of her own vanished years. How we littered and swung and played meeting and school. And Indian and Soldier and Bear t while up on the a afters the House or sailed through the soft summer tsp. How we longed to Peep into their ? but they were too far overhead so we wished to were giants of Fiton fed he the Birds. And then we d do wonders we said. D. W. 6earl attorney at Law. Office Over the store of a. Lathrop in the Brick Block mop Troge a. And e or w. L. Richardson rots clan he Orgbon. Tefis or is or of Moloni or Lees to the Cut Isuf Alia ooze me i rail Dunco on tho cornered a of sgt Broa. Foundry. Ia118 a 1ha or. E. L. Oabed see Fth Asician and surgeon. Mondrok a give no Octal attention to do Peale. Of to heart and Lynsa nod nil Sorn local Obbe oter w. N. Board at Scarle. Notel. Office Oscr 1 and. T. 103. Burns amp Nichols no in Donna Medicine. Chemical. Dye at Ai paint Llenora. Spice. Fane . Patent Wedl Alnea. I erf Emery a1 toll. Article. compounded. Panalle Zarenne above senile a to tel Moo Itom a a. B. In near Anos i Annta. Any. 1.18c9. Or. E. L ii Andwick fht8iciar a surgeon tender i Profeta Alonni aeral Cea to the Clairen of frien Daville ind Vicinity. Bromer in theoule of or. Leet Board at j. To Ford a. Ang. 1, he runt Brothers 1. Scranton a wholesale amp retail dealers to hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware Biss rail. Countersunk a t bail Spike. B Badroad a Kwo supplies. Rob Rios Springs axles skeins As cb0xes, bolts. Nuts and washers plated bands. Malleable Irons. Hubs. Spokes _ Felloes. Seat spindles. Bows. A. Narvils. Vices stocks nod Dies Bellows hammers sledges. Files. . A Mcula and h1ll8aw8, belting. Packing tackle blocks plaster Paris Cement. Hair amp Grindstone. _ French window a findings Nuu iwo fatbbank�?T8 Scales Craft of March it. 1863. To Bonze Home 2eahvfact9bb1 changeable Speed and doable drive Becl it a hold the great nor Fork slate National Premium Alfo the great Ohio National Prem Cuns held at maos Field. In 1870. A a the Pennsylvania Maryland and Virginia stats Rexo Unmil the gearing u simple compact removed entirely from chs dare wheels and enclosed in a nest ease in the Cestr Kcf the machine see ring u from grit and duty. A the operation can be changed instantly from a Hlub re id tonnes Thart to Carer. Without atop Thna adapt Citret Hama it la Brynna Down the at Onyot a Khinan the world and Yon can do Pond perfectly reliable in every particular. Kamrose stay 1 ib71.-u Sayre Beds. And done to you remember the Racket we made when Selling at auction the Hay and now we wound up the keel Over leap from the scaffold Down flirt to the Bay f when we went into supper our grand amp Therald it he had not once been a boy. He should thought that the hessians were sacking the town. Or an earthquake had come to destroy. How the Yetf have gone on since in Gand in Thyra Bani to play with our cousins we our eyes have grown dim and our Beks Lafie turned Gray the Golden the brow Vadd the Jet. Yet still in my heart there san Book where childhood s Sweet memories stay f and nor music to me has a Charm that do amp Rel like the voices of children at play. I stand1 behind he Elbow chair Jay Reft hand rests upon he shall hair Whoso Silver is deaf Trio to than at the Gold of Earth could Bey and-1�7 a yes of Brown look tenderly Down on John Are John. The firc Light fears and laughs Ttoe Wanna wraps of Botler or its Ruddy arms John As be sits in the Hearth glow red he with my Handset for fiend encircling us both like a ring of Trot he and Lix John. His form has lost its carry of Titi t wrinkles rest on his kindly a try his brow no longer is smooth and air for time has loft its autograph Ben buts Noble prize in my Lomg eyes is Job nut John. A a my love Quot he say and Uila his hands. Browned by the Sun of other lands. In tender clasp on mine to Lay a a How Long ago was our weddinfft&yt5�?T i smiled through my the Der and say years and years my John Deab we Sty no mom the fire Light glows both of us Muse on what who Knoll my hand drops Down a Nuda Oreen a each throb of my heart is Swift to blew with my wife e Best Aroet the heart and the Hearth of John it Johb cast off. A a will i forgive you ? How Daro Yon ask it Ida hos Sittre ? never so help me heaven in _ there was n fierce Glare in the Black eyes with which Winfield Grey steadily regarded the handsome woman standing pipe and with compressed lips before him. Sho Hod been for a solitary walk on the sea Shore Little dreaming she should meet the Man who in her heart of hearts was the Only enshrined Ido she had seen him coming when his eyes keen and Bright though they were had not yet discerned her Graceful figure wending among the crags and diffs of the Rocky wild Beach and with cry of intense Delight upon her lips she hastened to meet him. She was a faultlessly Beautiful woman this haughty heiress Ida hos Sittre whose dark Oriental Eves had slain scores of victims whose Lustrous masses of ebon Block Huir had driven acres of lovers half crazy. She knew her Power and How to use it and before she had seen Twenty two Summers drop their Load of Sweet scents she had act Nirid the Well earned reputation of Colette. Bat every Sony has its mate and Ido hos Sittre had met tho master of her destiny she loved. Yet so strange is tho inconsistency of woman that though caught and wooed by Windfield Grey him whom she so nored her habit of coquetry would not permit her to show him a preference. Not that she intended losing him and on tho Moonlight night when he told her Bis love in terms so passionate that her heart almost ached with the Joy when he pleaded the Sweet Rumor that was going the rounds of their engagement she gracefully warded him off fully intending to confess All on the Morrow. Alas for what we will do a to Morrow a Many Are the Hopes that Are crushed for their waiting for the Morrow the resolutions buried that a to Morrow was to see fulfilled and Ida Ros Sittre when the morning dawned Learned that Winfield Rcv had left tho Shore that very morning while she was dreaming of him. 8he was too Prond to inquire too Prond to write and when hours later she was playfully taunted with slaying another victim and that Winfield Grey she was too deservedly haughty to refute the aspersion and by a cold Bow gave credence to the Enmor. All this the one precious Piso do of her life that Hail been crowded into one Blissful fortnight two years Agone came Rushing Over her As sho saw Whifield Grey walking quietly along All Iid conscious of her near pro Zimitz to him. A a Winfeld. Of. Winfield can it be possible a she reached Forth both her Beautiful arms a glorious Light that he Ronld not have misunderstood glowing in her dark eyes. Lie started raised his Liat and would have passed on. A a you Are not angry with me or. Grey a her tones were pleading but he looked passionless As a statue. A a i have not forgotten our last interview miss his cold steely tones raised a fearful anguish it her heart. A a nor i. I have been waiting Ever since to Tell Yong to Ull Yon how�?1 a loved Yon in the Prond woman had spoken it last and a Beautiful Blush overspread her face of she looked almost wistfully at him. His own Cheeks reddened but to never moved his eyes from her face. A a i am grieved the confession has come too late miss hos Sittre. I care noticing for you.�?�. She stood like one petrified her eyes growing Bright and wild. A not care for me 1�?not�?care�?forme a she repeated the words slowly Dis distinctly an awful Gray pallor the while stealing across her face her eyes riveted on his handsome countenance. A a i do not my is eos suture Good mom he bowed1 and walked had Only taken a dozen Steps we let there came a clutch on his Arm that almost made him cry out. He turned to see Ida again. A a Stop so nto ment i am mystified. I May be crazy for All i know. But i Muse have it from your lips again those lips i have Dit Eitner so often about those lips that told me the Only news i Ever cared to she spoke in a Peculiar dreamy Way thefil before Grey Kotiw Frame an answer her eyes filled with teams Aud she Laid her hand on his Arm. A Winfield my Darling thy Darling done Teay Yon have ceased to love me 1 Why done Tyon know 1 love Yon i worship Yon a he a Fotz to have fat Eek a a eat chaff liw Ninati bad not his heart throbbed at her confession hut he smiled coldly. A two years ago miss hos Sittre i sned for that love a Yon cast it offi to Day Yon offer it i cast it off remember As i do the Shalte the bitter agony of that night i can never forget it or forgive a a Yon cast to off Yon cast me off a Quot that is rather a hard term miss i do not say so please be eur Good As to excuse a a a no by ones or Topf Winfield Tot f be me of do forgive me will Yon not ? can to live without Yohr love Winfield a she clasped her hands pleadingly and rested them on his Arm. A moment he gazed into face then with a Calm almost scornful turn of the lip i forgive Yon ? How Daro you ask it Ida hos Sittre t never so help me heaven 1�?� it was an Aifoi blow to the Prond woman whose an was hiring too Well and As Winfield Grey Juengt need the distance Between them a Fook of most pitiful agony convulsed1 he features gradually Bis receding Figare grew smaller Ami smaller and of he turned an Angle of amp is bid him there swept Over her form a perfect Goat of emotion. Unutterable St pm woe written1 on Etty Lineament and it the words die mooned lurked a life time of grief a a a a v a the Early Jano Sunshine Camo in a Golden a incr All Over the Pink and White carpet that covered the floor of Marian Thorness dressing room and while it touched with Light fingers the rare statuary the costly Toilette ornament it lingered longest and most Loving on the slight Graceful figure that stood before the dressing Mirror. Sho was a Golden haired girl this Dainty Marian Thorne with eyes the very Shade of in rps violets shadowy Serene eyes that seemed Ever looking oat into some misty Uncertain Cloudland. Now she was looking at herself arrayed in a costly Robe of creamy White Satin where fell Clond on Clond of shimmering lace where gleamed pure pearls and soft White kids. A what Marian Stroly von Are not growing rain enough to try on your wedding dress to note the effect a Marian laughed As the Yoang girl held no her hands in amazement. A a do you consider this vanity ? if Yon do i must plead guilty. I wondered How i would look of a Bride so i on the a a As if you could not have waited till to Morrow noon. Well i guess or. Grey will think Yon Are an Angel just floated Down. Of Marian Chere Yon Are Marian smiled and turned again to the Beautiful reflection. A a i think my dress is very becoming and i am pleased for Winfields Sake. And yet with All the rapid preparations progressing you can to Tell the gloom that comes Over my spirit at times As if 6omo hidden vial of Wrath was about to be poured non me. Mariaus eyes were gazing away away off As if seeking to wrest the secrets from her future. Grade Hose gave a Little scream. A a of Yon superstitious girl Yong and yet Marian i have heard it was a bid Omen to try on a Complete wedding suit and Here Yon Are nothing wanting even tho kids and the slippers and the veil and Marian smiled and Shook her head. A nonsense Grade. Yet to Comfort von please notice i have not on the the Yonng girl laughed joyously. A a Good there a Hope yet then. I Lark i there comes or. Grey now shall i Send him no a a a yes to like his a moment later Aud Winfield Grey stood beside her. A a my Beautiful Darling almost my Bride almost my Darling wife 1�?� he kissed her fondly then stepped Back to regard her Toilette. A a perfect Little Marian. Pure As Angel a raiment but none too fair for Yon Darling. If Yon Only were a Little less to inn shed As lie spoke but the Young su1\. Of. . �?o1 have such a strange feeling Winfield. Night after night i dream of a Barren seashore where Are rocks and crags Over which i am constantly fleeing to find a von. And there is a tall dark Magui i cent woman who haunts my dreams with Eves like a very demo Ness that seems scorching my heart out of my body. Then when la awaken Maui so exhausted that tho fright follows me half the her Wistful Bine eyes were lifted to his l face but she had noticed the pallor that shifted across the Prond handsome features As she mentioned the a tall dark magnificent woman he Langh cd and smoothed her Light curls away from her forehead. A if i could but forget tho sensation the vision _ a a perhaps you done to love me Marian who said a of Winfield Yon know i do please done to say to Yon Hurt to kissed her Sweet quivering month just As Grable returned to assist Marian to remove her bridal Robe. A a Well excuse Yon now or. Grey a she said merrily. A will bring Marian Down presently in a More unable he threw the pretty bridesmaid a kiss and went whistling Down stairs Happy and forgetful of tho a tall dark magnificent woman.�?�. _ a a ill take them off Gracie a air a Marian As his her Betroth lied a Steps sounded further away a but if i spoke the truth from my heart i should say i think ill never put them on Gracie glanced in a appreciating a a Rosity at the Bride elect a a Yon talk so and still Are sure Yon love or. Grey a a a glorious Light came into her Bine words will ring in my ears eternity a liar an Sank to the ground covering her face with her hands White Stem Ana passionless. Ida hos Sittre con tinned. A a the Day he deserted me that Day i knew a vengeance would follow him. I knew not what it would be but when the papers told me lie was dead had died of heart disease on the wedding morn i Felt a twos Only just he had crashed my heart and i had to live just As Yon live to sniff a till the end. He cared not for the sacrifice i made to win him and now lying cold and still under the Bammer daisies he knows not tho fearful sacrifice von have been compelled to endure in giving him up. With a reverential tenderness Bhe Bent Over Winfield Greys grave and kissed the weeping widowed undo then departed As 8ne came silently mysteriously leaving alone in the Early Twilight the stricken girl to Bear alone her Burden of sorrow. The Art of living Well. A georgian who professes to be 9g years of age and a Carpenter by Trade has been moved to give his own method of preserving health. He says a a i get no about five in the morning drink about six or eight drinks of Good solid Corn whiskey by about eight of clock. By that time i have jacked off and dress Ca about five Hundred feet of Plank More or less then take breakfast a a my breakfast is generally a smothered Chicken and s stewed Catfish or two or three Trout sometimes two or three Shad with Beefsteak and Ham and Fried eggs with two or three dozen boiled eggs fifteen or Twenty better cakes with a Little Coffee or team Eay about six or eight ends a just As i feel about the number of ends. I then joint Tongue and Groove the Plank. By about one of clock i am ready for putting no or Down at which time i Dine. A my dinner is not always the same but generally i take about three or four quarts of Turtle or pea soup a Small baked pig or a roasted Goose sometimes a Quarter of a Lamb or kid greens Beans peas onions Esch lots potatoes cabbage and other like vegetables by which time i have drunk about fifteen or Twenty drinks of old solid com whiskey. After dinner i put up or Down my Plank is the Case May be take a few drinks during the time say about twelve or fourteen. A a i then take the last meal which is generally called Tea done to use any meat drink about six quarts of Good Buttermilk with about one and a half or two pounds of Light bread take about for drinks to bold it steady Lay Down about eight and rest better than if i had crowded my stomach. I then rest will dream pleasant dreams and Rise Early again. A this has been my Mode of living through life. I am s tout add Active weigh from two Hundred and sixty to two Hundred and seventy five pounds health Fine. My head is As Black As a Gander a Back. I am not very extravagant m using tobacco Only Oso Shont two or three plugs a Day say one and a half pounds smoke some and Chew the balance of of that i like the Weed use it Only to keep my flesh Trio Way they do it. How the Arab ladies perfume themselves is this described by sir a incl Baker in his work on the Nile in the floor of the hot or tent a3 it May Chance to be a Small Bolo is evacuated sufficiently Large to contain a Cham Paignon bottle. A fire of charcoal or simply glowing embers is made within the Hole into which tho woman about to be scented throws a handful of she then takes off the clothes or Robe whence teme Boses. There is an old Ira end that there were in the Garden of Eden no roses but White ones until eve tasted of the forbidden fruit. When tho roses saw her do this they blushed for shame in every Shade from the faintest damask to burning red and Ever sinc6 there have been All the Lively tints that we see. A different Story however is told which. Denies that there were Ever any roses at All in the world until on a certain time at . There Yonng girl who was charged with a crime Ana sentenced to to burned to death. They led her into a Field and piled faggots Orond her and set them on fire. But she being innocent prayed while they were burning that some wonderful thing might take Placo to show that sho was innocent. And this is what happened All the faggots which were on fire were changed into hashes fall of red roses and Elioso that had not kindled turned into White ones also full of Flowers. A and these a says an ancient writer a were the first Rose Trees Aud roses both red Aud White that Ever Man and the country where this was done abounds with them to this Day. Another Story accounts for tho variegated kinds. Once there were thirty years of miserable civil War in England growing ont of a quarrel Between the two families of York and Lancaster about fhe right to the throne. It was a fierce and cruel contest during which some of the Best blood in the country was shed and Noble families became extinct. The whole nation was divided taking part with one or the other. Each party Hud a Symbol to be known by. The House of fashionable misery. A few years ago one of the american magazines published a pleasant paper do tailing the advantages of not belonging to the respectable classes. The writer meant thereby not that it wa3 a is Enfa ble but that he was not a fashionable. He had no Assn med dignity to support. Nobody knew him and if he chose o Stop on the Street to listen to a hand Organ or watch the antics of a Monkey or to buy peanuts and cat them As he walked along he did not Compromise his dignity. He was not annoyed by Fri Tible some restrictions on his personal Liberty it was to matter whether the polish was on Bis boots or whether his met was Brahe so on occasion on a hot Day he could take his coat Over his Arm of on a cold Day wrap himself no in amp hoist Blanket while perhaps the a largest Liberty is not desirable and people on Promin ado with ladies must consent the proprieties there is a Freedom truly enjoyable from fashions foolish and unreasonable constraint. Many occupations put frill Drees and formality ont of the question and they Are occupations too among the most useful and respectable there is one advantage which tho possessors do not Folly appreciate and which tho votaries of fashion might Well envy. The Man attired according to Bis business is at a Ose and Independence. Tho fashionable in Divide Nalz or person who would to so consider eds is not at ease and dare not do As he pleases be is dressed to it eos others not Only is the matter of dress to male and female fashionable a thing of Rigour hot in other respect a they Are exposed to hardships which would Call for the formation of a now society for their Relief if Lancaster chose n red one which was they Refo Obj poor. Folk. Worn by All Ita adherents non which that of York took a White one. So famous dial these emblems become that the War was known Ull Over Europe As the a War of the the strife ended at last by a marriage Between a son and daughter of the rival families. And now comes the marvellous part of tie Story which is that alter that red and White roses appeared growing on the game hush. Sometimes they were almost pure White or unmixed red hot us Nelly striped mottled or speckled in various and Beautiful ways. And a Rose quite common in of fashioned gardens has been called to to lii Day the a York and Lancaster if we choose to believe the above we can account for All the varieties of roses known because gardeners have the Art to change greatly the shades of a single Colora All except yellow ones. Can anybody Tell is where Chiese comes from ? if so we shall know also the origin of All the Salmon and Pale Buff tints. Somebody who is a very convenient authority boldly declares that they owe their Golden Liue to no mystery no Mirao Cle but to an Experiment no legend tra cum fort if not absolute suffering. Them a London journal tho a pall Maud Zutte a is Elo Anent non the in Klerings caused by a a drawing room at Buckingham Palace. Hundreds of ladies sat in Low evening dress cd in their carriages for Over an hour waiting admission in their turn. The afternoon was bitterly cold and the Coachmen and footmen i Thant Grent Coats in knew breeches and silk stockings shivered Efen Morii than the ladies. Admitted to the Palace the victims of fashions waited a Intens for another half Hoar then paraded before majesty and waited another before they Conla get away. We can hardly wonder that Roofo individuals among tho a nobility and Gentry a having had previous experienc 40 m these receptions regretted Ana staid away. This is an extreme ease and cannot of repeated Here because not even the Ingen nity of on import roof foreign follies can find the Opportunity to introduce it but there Nero Tiger Anil Sim a a fashion does impose non those who Are willing to submit. There Are plenty of customs demanded by the Caprice of tho Day the following of which entails Dis cos the unfolding of the first yellow Rose but an ingenious Gardner grafted awhile Rose upon a Barberry Basli. This does not sound so grand of an old tradition but my readers can find ont if it is the. They Aro too late by hundreds of years for the first stories hot not for the inst. The Barberry Lias clusters of Little yellow Rose shaped Flowers and the Root Anil Wood Are dyed so deep with yellow that they could transfuse a Stream of Golden sap into tho scion. It is True ? who know ? ladles hand Rllins. We continually see advert Hetu ent3 of ladies who can write a Good hand and wish for work in copying Pian scripts. One lady so Good hand is al peaks and1 Angels another Sall scrawling dashes while the sins of in dotted i s and uncrossed to a Are legion not to speak of errors which forms her dress and trenches naked in spelling by no Means Nii frequent. The fames while she arranges her the Jack less employer is driven to this eyes. A a love him Gri tiie ? you never can know Bow a a then there so danger that Yon wont Wear this in old Trinity to Morrow at returned matter of fact Graybi. Ltd a a it was a new grave Over which the Bowers of but seven weeks bad bloomed at its head stood a costly Tombstone and a Wreath of Immortelle was twined about it. On its snowy White surface were carved letters that were unmistakably precious to fond hearts and the letters ran the so a a sacred to wish Tell Grey Ngod 38.�?� on the High Sweet scented turf a Welt in pit Frt abandon a Young fair haired girl whose Black Robes swept the spot where her dark of Lay at rest Bhe did not moan or cry but unspoken agony was making her slender Frame quiver with deepest emotion. A Little Way standing defiant and Stormy was a Noble commanding woman her Able go Ermente trailing to the very sides of Winfield Greys grave. Her hard Bright eyes were watching the fragile form that was kissing the Sod a Paerio Tately at unconscious of the presence of any one till her own name spoken in Clear musical tones startled her. A Marian Thome a she sprang to her feet and gazed at the intruder. A a i spoke to Yon Manan Thorne because i have a right to do so. Yon loved him but not to muck As i did there done to scream for i am telling the truth. I worshipped him a he hated is. Yon loved him be worshipped com that Sall the difference. Yon were to be ids wife x was Cost off Cost off of those Robe to fall As a Mantle from her neck to the ground like a tent she now begins to perspire freely in the hot air Bath and the pores of the skin being open and most the volatile Oil from the smoke of the burning perfumes is immediately absorbed. By the time the fire has expired the scenting process is completed and both her person and her Robe Are redolent of incense with which they Are so thoroughly impregnated that 1 have frequently smelt a party of women strongly at full a Hundred Yards distance when the wind has been blowing from that this scent which is supposed to be very attractive to gentlemen is composed of Ginger cloves i Quamon frankincense Ona myrrh a species of sea Weed brought from the red sea Aud lastly the Home disc which covers tho aperture when the shellfish withdraws itself of font tho shall the proportions of the ingredients in its mixture Are according to taste. The it it the in Atli. If von Bury a thermometer fifty feet surface of the Earth the Mereny will remain at the same Point the year round in Winter and in summer showing that tho influence of the Sun does not reach below that depth. If we carry the thermometer fifty feet lower the Mereny will Rise one degree and will Rise in the same ratio for every fifty feet we go Down. It can he easily calculated it what distance known substances melt. This would not exceed fifty Miles. It will tons be seen that the crust or solid part of the Earth is exceedingly thid in proportion to the diameter not so thick As an egg Shell in proportion to tho size of the egg. With a Cost so thin constantly Cooling it is not strange the bed of oceans should be elevated in a single Day and whole cities have been sink in tie carte space of time. The site of a volcanic Mountain once broke waft and livid masses fib we de out forming a River wide which in its Coti use melted1 Down six Hills Coo feet High filling no volleys 600 feet deep and spreading Overa in froce of 1,100 . Roi Antou. A at City miss newly installed �3 the wife of n Farmer was one Day called non by a Iwig Huboi of the Sanio profession who ift the absence of her husband asked her for the loan of his plow for a Short time Lata sure you would be accommodated a was the reply if or. Stone was at Home i do not know though where he keeps Bis plow but a she added Evi died try zealous to server a there is the cart in the Yard you plow with that till Stone gets Back v traction by the labor of deciphering to. Which Quot is sometimes added tho labor of correction and lie finally throws Down. The ill done work with a pardonable sneer at the incapacity of women for anything but dress. Of course she gets 110 further work from him. Now to write an ugly band May to called a misfortune if you will but to write an illegible hand is n crime against society. Every one who chooses can form each letter distinctly can make a difference Between an n and a a Between e and a can Dot i s and Cross a to. Therefore no educated woman who wishes for employment is an amanuensis or copyist can be excused for writing badly. She ought to be Able to write letters and copy manuscripts clearly and legibly if she cannot she Lute Only herself to blame. To Elioso Wilfo feel their deficiency Aud wish to improve Here Are a few hints. Write iwo or three copies every Day in a Large hand. Look at Vona copy upside Down when tho turns of the letters should appear As Well shaped As they did when you looked at them the Rig lit Way. Twins let the letters in when turned upside Down make a Good Clear i Only wanting the addition of the Dot to that i. Never leave an i to be dotted or a t to be crossed till von Havo flushed the line or sentence. Dot your is and Cross your t s when Yon finish tho word it latest. Remember that the lines of legibility in writing is of Beauty in nature Are All curved angular writing is never pretty Seldom legible. Never indulge in making tails to g a q syn a or Over Heads to is to a nud similar letters running them info the upper and under line. Indulge not in turns curls or flourishes of any kind. Study to make your writing compact without being cramped free without straggling to write rather upright than otherwise contributes to the Union of compactness and Freedom. Never imitate another persons writing under the idea1 that it is prettier than your own. Many a girl has spoiled a Good handwriting air this Woy. Let Youv Forth itself from free bold copy Fri Tiff and let it be thoroughly your of n. Cultivate the few prof writing and quickly Beca Taso it will probably be a Netts sity to Vona certainly in advantage. But eschew in try. Legibility it fast never be sacrificed to Speed Victoria Magazine. M the dinner of an Irish association not Long since the following Toast was Given a a Here a to the president of the society Patrick Piaf ferry and inh life live to eat the Chicken that scratches Over his grave a no need to particularized since everybody s observation can Supply instances. The experience of most people includes the doing of things which they would Macli rather not do and fhe omission of things they would like simply a Canso a a fashion tie Vands or fashion disapproves. Positive discomfort unnecessary expense no Sard costumes irrational hours affy personal subservience All these and a Many More distress bless afflict on amp she Honable republicans. They Oto Tiff a Akita in kind is the inconveniences which tho. Pall Jfe la Gazette laments id the hard Case of the ladies a a received at Buckingham Palace. Sensible people make Short work of such disagreeable and dare to themselves whatever tho a i Ashton May to or they so modify the a Mot for in their own Case As to alleviate its weight i and dispense with its . Being drowned some extraordinary mental Phe Notavena occur in drowning. As a opt As Yespira-2 Tioy is suspended by fhe drawing of water into lib lungs consciousness is immediately extinguished. Toni Oil that can be gathered in regard to fhe action of the heart that Organ Pfoh Ahly acts feebly a considerable Tito after tho fan Cotton of respiration is suspended. By its in san Lar Force arterial blood is4 driven inwardly to the head faster Titan fhe veins bring it Back and consequently the mind is Plong Edas it were into a profound sleep Adf loss of c results Quot Frota it and Den Nippo proxy induced by an extra accumulation of blood in fhe delicate texture of the Bra when1 feb pulsations of the Lic Frt Stop Liep. Trio Tenison of the Muscles relic f and if no efforts it resuscitation Are Mado vital heat diminishes gradually and to change is in cd passion of compressed gasses in the cavities of the body one to the first processes of chemical decomposition. If the body however is recovered immediately each though respiration Antt Cirii latin Are quiescent it is possible to re establish the movement of the lunge by artificial inflation of the lungs vigilantly continued for a Long while. The trial is not always Success Fol but so encouraging that tho Prospect demands the utmost perseverance ,. With the revived action of tie Licary tho moment the lungs begin to. Take in oxygen from the air forced non them life begins to return. So it is admitted by physiological philosophers that tho soar is won Bock if it Boa gone in the act of restoration or else it is morally certain its departure at death is a gradual process which stay be interrupted and Reim pria one in Trio Braiu of human Effort and skill. _ it Howa lady was Decey ted a a cd. By residing in a Western City returned Home one evening and heard some noise in the room by herself and tier Lin band. The door being closed she was reduced to tho Keyhole to which Placo sho applied her Eye. She saw the figure of a woman standing by her Sido was the husband of a jealous wire actually engaged in adjusting a shawl on to hts shoulders of Lue intruding female. Taking a shot Gnu she forced open the door and shot tho woman id Tbs Back. Tho husband screamed the wife fainted. On he return to consciousness Tantum Rexia nations followed. The body or the woman shot was brought in and it was seen to be a Dummy. The husband a Day merchant and bad brought tire borne to repair the damage it had red by exposure
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