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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - July 19, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaE. B. Hawley , wednesday july 19, 1871. Volume xxviii number 20, a uis incs i 4m& in. Xiv. W. A bit dentist. Room at his dwell los. Nest door East of the Republican printing Afflec office Bott from 0 a. To 4 r. M. Montrose i a1871�?tf the Barbera a a Hail Charley morale u the Barber rho Eon Abare Jim tac to order pm town Black and Grizzle hair to he office Jurt up tto or. There Yon a id find win Ora Here s Toro. Below Mckonl can Jart one door. Montrose a fono 7,1871.�?tf o. Morris. 1. B. A a. A my Collosi Arrom Rera at Law office Over the Bank Mont Rote a. Moot pie May 10,1871. Of or d. A. Latrop Baa opened an office at the foot of Chestnut Street near the Catholic Church a Here he can be consulted at All time. Montrose april so 1871. By Crossnol amp Baldwin attorneys . J. Wolford on Poblic ave no Montrose a. W. A. Cross Xor. D. L. Dald vix. Montrose March 1,1871. U. Cd. Vail hover amp an set sax. Nan permanently located him calf in ., where he trill promptly attend to All Calls in his profession with Hleb he May he Fero Rcd. Office and residence West of the cd Brt hons near flt pc a Watson s office. A Montrose february a1871. Law office Fitch a Watson attorneys at Law at the old office of Bentley a Pilch Montroso. A. U r. Or run. , 7l. W. W. Warsop. In rules x. Stoddard dealer in Bools and shoes rats and Caps. Leather and findings main Street 1st door below Boyds store. Work Rasado to order and repairing done neatly. Montrose. Jan. 1,1870. Littles a bl4ke8lee, attorneys and Conn Scklore at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by . A o. P. Little on main Street. Montrose to. April20 a a. Limi Cao. R. Until a. U blare unt. B. Mckenzie. C. C. Fac Bot w. N. Mccari. Mckenzie Faurot amp co. Dealers in dry goods clothing ladles and misses Doe shoes Ilso agents for the great Amerl Rao Tea and Coffee company. Montrose pa., a. A to Lewis Knoll s1ut1kg and hair in the new Post office building Obero he will be found ready to attend All who May want anything in his line. Montrose a. Oct. 13, 1869. O. M. Hawley dealer in dry goods groceries crockery. Hardware Lints. Cap. . Ready made cloth log. Paints oils Etc. New Muford a. 8ept. 8, 69. Or. S. W. Dayton physician a a surgeon. Tenders Bis senders to the of great Bend and Vicinity. Office at Bis residence opposite Barnum House g to Bend Village. Scup 1st, . A. O. Warren attorney a. Law. Bounty Back . Pension and a Xci on claims attended to. Offlee floor below Boyd s store . An. 1, 69 m. C. Sutton auctioneer and insurance agent in sat a. C. S. Gilbert it. S. . A tel mtg band a. Aid i Ely to. S. Auto loader. Aug. 1, 1sc9. Address Brooklyn a. John a Boyes fasiuonabletah3r, Montrose. A. Shop Over Chandler s store. And order filled in first rate style trotting Duno on abort notice and warranted to fit. W. W. Synth Cabinet and chair of Milu Street Mont twa a. Laag. 1. 1889. A Burro or sealer in Staple and fancy dry goods. Crockery hardware Iron stoves. Drugs. Oils and paint Boot Sand shoes hats a Caps. Pars Buffalo Robes groceries Pori slams. Tic., new Milford. A Oil be p. Hives Lias Permane Nulf i trusted at per a Tea of practising Medicine and surgery in All its branches. He May be found at the Jackson House. A office hours from 8 a.m., M. ,pa., log. 1. I860. Stroud a by Kiwi off off and me insu.7anck agents. At business attended to promptly on Talf terms Orliea do door North of a Montrose hotel of weal Side of Avenne Montrose a. Aug.1,1869. B Turbo Stroud a l. A boys. Cpl. Do Lusk attorney Lawf Montrose. A. Office oppo. A Itean Buffil House aes the coat Itkiss. Ai.l.18c9,.-�f _ Abel tube Ella Saleb in drags Patent me Letnes chem Lesly Lyonors paints Ous Dye a Tuffs. Varn she win a a glee. Groceries Glass wore Wor irm window is tree Stone Osro temp kerosene Mee Hynery oils. To arrear gnus Araron Itlear her Tex spectacle in she it Viciey goods jewelry pera or being fone of the most of melons extensive and valuable collections of goods in in-1848. Kon Twer. It. 0. W. , itty Arney at Law. Office Over the store of a. Lathrop in the Drick Block Montrose a. And a or. W. L. Bichard soft Wiysel clan a Fiur ton tenders Bis professions service to the Ell Gene of Montrose and Offlee at Hla Orcsi Coce on the Corner East of Sayre a Broa. Ang. 1, 1sc9. A. Del e. L Oarda Etc physician and Star aeon Montrose a. Give Especial att Estloa to diseases of the hear and lungs and All surgical die sex. Offlee Over w. B. boards at Earle s hotel. Aug. 1.18g9. Burks a Nichols dra Laks la drags medicines chemicals Dye Tiv fat paints oils varnish Liam priv Ari sea Patent medic inca toilet at licit. Of prescriptions c arc Tolly Lutoll Avenue above Searles hotel. Montrose a a. B. By Kab a a Jetos Etc bits. In. F. Is. Or. E. L. Handrick physician a surgeon respectfully tenders by professional services to the citizen of friends dle Aad Vicinity. A office inthe office of or. Leet a i Pali at i. Us Ford a. Ang. L18s9. Hunt Brothers. Baba non a. A wholesale amp by Tell dealer ten hardware Iron steel. Nails spikes shovels builders hardware mems bail. Couster sask let t balls the Bill Load a 1ubuto suppl we. Ujj Atlak spot Job. Axes 8ee1sb As boxes bolts kit said Wab bbb. Plated bands. Malleable. Jb0s8. Hobs spokes. Felloes. Seat a puddles bows. A. Anvils vices stocks a it a Dieb Bellows Bai Tobbs. Sledges. File. A. A. Cd Bublak and Mill 8a w8, of Lith g. Pacek a tackle blocks plaster Baris. Cd most hair a san window Tolaas err a Fairbanks Scales. Craton. March 94,1853. By Fri proved Hibbard Fatio Vize hons . Changeable Peol and double drive when. It of bids the guest sew Yohst Sutte National Premiss i also the great Rozilo National Prem Jeas held it mans Field la 1870. And the Mayrund and if Gifft state Premium 1 Date gearing la Rispie compact restored enl Fri from the Dave a serie and enclosed in a neat Case is the a care of the Marine effectually be Orteg b my frit the opera Ioa can be est foged instantly from it High Weed to one it third slower without Stop thus adapt to bad plane end Light and heavy grata. One cutting a Mareto it perfect. No Brake und one potent knife Heso. It la beyond doubt the Ards get rmw�, 6atrebs09,the and his daughter. The following harming poem which has the Merit of combat of a a inst Motlon and amusement a and of showing the estimation which usually at tends learning was written by shirely Brooks and appeared Nineteen Yean since Over us initials in the urn strata a London it Etc a a sound came booming through the air a a what a that a Rand of quoth l my Blue eyed pet with Golden hair made answer presently it Quot papa Youko of it very Well that to undo it was Saint Paneras Bell a own Louise put Down the cat and come and stand by to i m sad to hear you talk like that whereas your philosophy ? that sound attend to what i Tell v that sound was not Saint pfc cams bus. A a sound is the name the Sage selects for the concluding term of a Long series of effects of which that blow s tho germ. The following Brief analysis shows the interpolation miss a a the blow which when the Clapper slips Falls on your Friend the Bell changes its Circle to Ella to a word you a better spelt and then comes elasticity restoring what St used to be. Kay making it a Little More a the Dorcle shifts about As much As u shrank in before tho Bell you see swells out v and so a new Ellipse is made you Are not attending pm afraid a this change of form disturbs the air which in its Tarn behaves in like Clastic fashion there creating wares on Waves which press each other Onward dear. Until the utmost finds your ear. 44 within the ear the surgeons find a tympanum or drum which has a Little hone behind Juoh Nutu it s called by some those not proud of latin grammar humbly Tom slate it of the Hammer. 44 the Waves vibrations this transmits on this tho Incus Bone Incus Means Anvil which it Hirad and this transiere the tone to the Small of Orbicular the tiniest Bone that people carry. 44 the tape next the Jarae recalls a stirrups Forth my daughter joins three half circular canals each filled with Limpid water their curious lining you la observe made of the auditory nerve. U this vibrates next and then we find the Mystic work is crowned for then my daughters gentle mind first recognizes sound. A 8ee what a Hast of causes swell to make up what you Call the a Bett a awhile she paused my Bright Louise and pondered on the Case then settling that be meant to tease she slapped her fathers Fitce. A Tou had old Man to sit and Tell such Gibbs gosh about a Bell t in a growing old. By John o. Saxe. My Days pass pleasantly away. My nights Are blessed with sweetest sleep i feel no symptoms of decay i have no cause to mourn or weep my foes arc impotent and shy my friends Are neither false nor cold and yet of late i often sight to growing old 1 my growing talk of Olden times my growing thirst for Early news. My growing apathy to rhymes. My growing love of easy shoes my growing hate of crowds and noise my growing fear of catching cold a Tell me in the plainest voice to growing old i m growing fonder of my staffs i m growing dim Roeln my eyes i m growing fainter in my laugh to growing deeper in my sighs i m growing Cai Elcess in my dress Fin growing frugal of my Gold to growing Wise pm growing yes to growing old 1 i feel it Iff my changing taste i Seo it in my changing hair i see it in my growing Waist i see it in my heir. A thousand hint proc rim Chc Totth a Plain As truth was Ever told that even in my vaunted shut Ira a to growing old v my very Laurel breathe the Tao in my reluctant eared and every Boon the Bonis bequeath Bat makes me debtor to the years it Fen flattery s honeyed words declare the secret she would Fain withhold. And Tell me is a How Young you Are pm growing Motif thah Trot the years whose rapid flight my a Filber Morse too gladly slugs that tuft for the gleams of Golden. Light that tint the darkness of their wings the Light that beams for bad out tho sky those heavenly mansions to unfold. There All Are Hlat sigh. Frn grow Tiffou Motif and a no time is Mere sluggish than a clock that done tran. A a Tell that Man to take off hts at in court a said a judge the other morning to an officer. The offender urho tamed oat to bes lad wearing the fashionable Sailor hat indignantly exclaimed a efm no Man sir 1�?� a then a said his Honor a i am no a Savannah papers complain of pick packets who ladies pockets a a As clean As Developer Ever swept a stated the a Developer is the. Sort of a person who goes Down South to a devel Ope the resources of the country by pick ing no any stray offices or anything else that May is ppr to Liy around Loose . An american Stortv. A Little Wliilam ago looking through an old Long disused desk i found a photograph the very existence of which i bad forgotten. Those for whom it was taken those Whoso hands placed it where it Lay Are gone it has no value any longer except for the memories that Finger about it one of these Days it will be burned and no one will have any loss unless perhaps the Genius of photography May Bethink herself of weeping Over one of her earliest and rudest pro unctions. In the meantime i keep it rough As it is and. It has reminded me not Only of a life which is ended with All its Lovee Joys and sorrows in obscurity and silence hot also of a Romance belonging neither to itself nor to me but to the Story of the wandering artist who took it. Far away in tho West of Canada the Borders of on Little town were washed by the Waters of one of the great lakes on one Side and on the other enclosed by the Forest we lived utterly ont of the world but connected with it by channels of communication along which sowed constant though slender streams of into Rouse All the summer while in we became almost a Colony of hermits. Every Day while navigation was open great steamers crowded with passengers Gay with flags noisy with bands went no and Down stopping for n few minutes As they passed and drawing the Idle population to the wharf to see who came or went or what news might be gathered and twice n week All the year there came through the Wood from the larger town which served of on Metropolis a lumbering stage bringing our letters from the other Side of the world and keeping us from absolute insolation during those months when we were closed in on every Side by ice and Snow. We were a Friendly and sociable Community. If we had Little knowledge of the outside world we knew a great Deal about on own. Not Only tho faces of on towns people were familiar to us but even the histories in outline at least of most of them were so too and certainly few strangers of Hig degree or Low came among As without becoming immediately the objects of Lively not to say curious interest. In a Large town our photographer would have been nobody in our town he became a personage. On House stood at the end of the principal Street or rather just beyond the place where it ceased to be a Street and became a Road and after the houses had begin to he scattered with gardens and Little spaces of ground Between them. One of these spaces a Little larger than the rest was covered with grass and traversed by a Brook which having crossed the Road was making its Way to join the Lake. It was a pleasant enough Little spot ten years ago though no doubt it has Long since been built Over Ana it was there that one Spring Day a yellow Van Mode its appearance and our photographer commenced his career among is. He was Only a travelling artist it most be confessed. His studio strongly resembled one of those itinerant mansions which appear mysteriously at fairs conveying giants Ana dwarfs fat women and living skeletons from one admiring Circle of spectators to another but then it was a bin Dion everybody was assured of that by an inscription in Large Crimson letters Over the door which told us also that it belonged to a James Patterson photographic artist a and of course was to be looked of with respect. After All he did know something of his business old managed sometimes to make real likenesses. The one i have is rough Ond the figures badly posed but it represents undeniably the originals and that is More than can always be said for works of far greater pretension. So lie grew popular and was in demand for All kinds of photographs landscapes houses pet animals he was thought to have a specially tor pet dogs children grown people everything that coaids be photographed he did. Naturally he made Money. Whether he had brought any with him i do not know but at the end of the year be certainly found himself Over and above All his expenses master of several Hundred dollars. I ought perhaps to have said before that when Patterson arrived he brought with him in his Van a wife and baby. The baby was a pretty Little girl of about a year old the wife a remarkably Nice looking Young woman of perhaps fire and Twenty. She assisted her husband in Bis work and kept the a a studio in tho most Beautiful order she and her baby being seen there All Day Long became almost As much Public characters of Patterson himself. The summer of their arrival in on town was one of great excitement. Oil bad been discover eur about ten Miles off and Wolfe being dug and worked with frantic eagerness. Every one caught the Oil fever More or Lees violently we talked thought of resumed of Woor Fng but Oil of Couse Oil became a Sam bold it Wab but the Gold fever in another form that raged among is and truly the accounts which came to is every Day. Were enough to stir the most phlegmatic. One Day a Man meaning to build himself a House had dug ont a Large shallow cellar coming Back in the morning he found his cellar a great Lake of Oil so Many handled dollars dropped into his hand As it were in tho night another Day it was n Well which had been sunk Bat a Little Wiy when a Strong Jet of Oil sprang no spouting thousands of Gallons into the air scattering riches to the winds till the Stream could be controlled and carried off Tofely it. By degrees tier began to to invaded. Houses for refining the Oil were built All around us and the part air began to he tainted with the smell of Petroleum. Everybody grumbled. Yet i dare say the Mere grumbling helped a Little to keep no among is the daily interest in what on neighbors were doing. Many of on townspeople bought Wells or shares of Wells Many of to lower class among them went away to Petrolia to try their chances As diggers or at any rate to Ihan in some Way the Large sums of Money which began to circulate there. All through the Winter this continued the Oil still Rose still was refined and sold and embarked for nil parts of tho world and every one looked Forward to Spring to open new Wells and doable the Prosperity which last summer bad begun. Great however was the amazement with which one Day to saw Patterson a door and windows us it closed and heard that he had Token his wife and child and gone to Petrehn. What befall him there i did not so with my own Tyes but the tale was told me in detail soon afterwards. He established himself with Bis family at the newly built hotel do nol attach any ideas of grandeur nor of Cor efort to the world and immediately applied himself to find and Bay a suitable place for a Well meaning to make his Fortune without partners or if help it fellow labourers either. After a Cirerol examination of the whole neighbourhood and much weighing of the rival merits of the yet unoccupied Sites to made his Choice and with part of his capital bought a piece of land Large enough to sink a Well such As those which were coining dollars Side. Here he went to work digging from morning till night and every hour. Hoping to see the Brown Oil glimmering huskily at the Bottom of the Hole. Meantime mrs. Patterson had shared but very slightly in her has band a Castle building. The Prosperity of the last year had been delightful to her it had consoled her most Likely for much past privation and trouble and had made her very hopeful for the future. They Bod done so Well and she herself was growing so expert an assistant that there seemed a reasonable Prospect of Ber husband being Able to establish himself in Somo Large town where they could have a real Home and where by and by her Little girl would go to school and grow up among other children Well clothed and taught and provided for. No doubt every Dollar Laid by had been a real Good to her the sum of it grew seemed to represent substantial Comfort and respectability in the future. It was hard for her to see store risked in what was certainly a game of Chance for she knew As every one else did that though there were Many and great prizes to be dug out of the Oil Field there were also undeniable and dismal blinks. Mulhat argument she May have used before they moved to Petrolia i do not know she did not talk of the matter then or afterwards but certainly after the Well was bought after some of their Money had been paid for the land some of the materials necessary for working it and Somo for their Board at the hotel she took no the part of making the Best of everything Aud doing All she could to help and encourage her husband in the new kind of work lie bad so rashly undertaken Patterson was of Couse entirely unused to hard physical labor. He worked at Fiat will Wimon Duilio oui up inns in q few Days began to feel that be had overdone it. Sunday came and the perpetual digging stopped. On poor photographer stiff and weary could hardly drag himself Down into the rough dining room of the Honse where groups of men were As Busy talking of Oil As they had been All the week seeking for it. He went about Frota one to another hearing what they had to say asking the More experienced a their opinion of his ground questioning everybody As to the depth below the surface of the ground at which Oil had been reached propping no his Hopes till they become certainties. But he was so tired that he was glad to of up by and by to his wife a room and Rop into the rocking chair there for a Good Long rest. She talked to him for a while and then he fell asleep. She Hung no a shawl to keep the draught from the open window from blowing on him and Laid another softly Over him for she had noticed that be Jas slightly shivery in spite of the Sunshine. Then she sat Down and kept her baby occupied quietly that he might rest undisturbed. But at Oue of clock the dinner Bell clanging noisily awoke him and they All went Down stairs Patterson however could eat nothing and his wife began to think seriously about that plague of our neighbourhood a fever and ague. There was of there always is in Canadian country inns Tea with the dinner. She carried a great cupful upstairs and put it beside her husband when she had per shded him to lie Down. Then she took her child and went ont in search of quinine a Ali aug pretty sure to be found m every settlement with out swamp close at hand. Quot however though she got the quinine it was useless Patterson would not hear of taking it a nonsense Nelly a he raid a a a done to go and be frightened yourself i am All right Only not used to digging All Day like these chaps. Let me be 1 i Gness ill be at work again to Morrow of soon As any of them she was not consoled but he was obstinate and in the morning after a restless feverish night to did go Back to work declaring that the air was All be wanted but in less thaw an hour be dragged himself Back fairly beaten by illness. Then there Caree two or three weeks a which were in no Way pleasant owes for poor mrs. Patterson. Her husband in the agonies of fever and ague and with his mind still re inning upon Bat scarcely commenced digging was not an easy patient to nurse her child suffered from the. Change into this noisy dirty Honse and Petroleum impregnated air she herself besides the fatigue of nursing under such disadvantages hated the life and sickened for the old Freedom and Untiet. And it was for this that the Little store so hopefully gathered so dearly valued was to be wasted 1 Trrry she was hardly tried and i think it was no Small virtue in Ber that she never once lost her temper or reproached her husband with that a i told you so a which is so tempting when ones convictions have been overrated As be a 6w� been. Things however did mend by the help Tima and patience. At last Thongn very feebly Patterson begat his. Work again. But alas 1 the number of dollars in the Bank had fled by More to fun half and tho Hole he in go How shallow and miserable it looked a bad been partly filled by some heavy Rains which Hod fallen. It was a new trouble of his wife when be still weak and liable to relapse would a and work in the Damp soil coming orc after an1 hour or two perfectly exhausted and keeping her in perpetual restlessness Day and night with the fear of those terrible Shive Hng fits coming on. Strangely enough however to Dia escape another attack and was Ablo to work harder and longer every Day. He got help too and the Well grew rapidly deeper. In a Short time it was to deep that when they walked to it together after work wus Over in the evening and Patterson held the baby up to look into it mrs. Patterson trembled lest the Little one should fall from her fathers into the dark Era and be killed. But there was no Oil other people All around them had found Oil before reaching this depth. Some of tho Wells indeed were deeper therefore they did not despair but so Many were shallower and Money wasted so Fasti Many things were wanted now even for the working of this Well and As to everything else they had already carried Economy to the last Point. They still lived at the hotel because there was no other place for them but they had moved into the smallest and cheapest room the landlord would give them their clothes were patched till they 8corned to be made of Patchwork and if they were clean and tolerably tide mrs. Patterson could have told How diff cult it was to keep them so. And finally the last Twenty dollars was drawn out of the Bank. Then it was that the poor wife Node her last remonstrance. A a when these Are gone James a she raid a what is to become of is a a a wait till they Ore gone my dear. Before that perhaps you will be a Rich a a perhaps but if not ? How Long have we been hoping now ? everything is gone. If Yon spend All this we shall not even be Able to go Back to the photographing. We owe nearly half of it now. Of i wish Yon would come away and let is go Back to the old life we did understand and where we could earn enough to keep a a and lose All we have spent a Wise idea that is i Tell Yon i am certain we Are near the Oik i mean to go on fer another weak at any a a and How Are to to live Yon would not let me try to get washing or anything to do at first and now i have no Way of doing it neither a House nor tabs nor anything. And Yon must remember that everybody Here know we arc at the end of on Money and that it will be no use giving is credit even or. Clarke will not Trust is for a weeks Board after this is gone Yon May depend non it a a done to Yon fancy any such nonsense Nelley. There a the Well suppose things come to the worst tie odui<1 cell that 0 a a in a afraid we could no to thereto Thompsons Well at the other Sido of the Creek been standing for Over six months and nobody boys it it Bas got a bad name and so has a a what ails Yon to Day old woman ? Yong re a pretty jobs she broke Down at that and cried ont right being weakened by anxiety and actual privation. �?o0, James 1�?� she sobbed a let is go away. A let is give no this wretched Oil Well and go and earn on living a gtd to honestly a he put his around her and kissed her consoling. He was not unkind nor it Terry foolish i Only weak and obstinate or heroically persevering whichever von please but he would not be person aged. La he last dollars went after the rest Oue Day they were left penniless. Then began the misery of living non credit a very Short one with them for everybody knew their Money was gone and nobody believed in the finding of the Oik a a i dare say its there a one of the neighbors said frankly to Patterson a a but i done to believe you la be Oble to hold out Long enough to find it and after All it might not for the during these last Days however he still worked on and that with an eagerness which was almost insane. His slight figure seemed thinner and More vehemently Active his Pale face and Brilliant Eye fit looked those of a Man devoured by the intensity of passion hover to left his labor from Dawn till dark except when some tool was needed which Asne could no longer inv he had to borrow As he could Idiong his acquaintances. And still there was no sign of Oil and still every hour he said to himself a perhaps in an hour. If i should Bare to give it no so close to itly and a rage against the More fortunate Man about him took Possession of him. In reality he must have been very near madness. In this Way the last Day came. The landlord of the hotel told that they must go away. They owed him already not much indeed lit More than he could afford to lose and More than they had the least Prospect of being Able to . They bad absolutely no Motley. He had the tools which were in use some rope and other things which to hoped to sell a at the worst a but he could not part with these till to fast Hoof Swonk should be done and All Hopo finally abandoned. He would try yet this one Day. All the morn tog he was iwo at work. At noon he found it absolutely necessary to lengthen his rope. He Hod still tho whole afternoon and evening before Kristy sad in those hours be might conquer Fate but without the rope be cowl do nothing. He went about from neighbor to neighbor trying to borrow but nobody bad a rope to spare. There was still tire store to go to but his credit there was worn out yet still he might try a Only one Yard of rope surely they would give it to him he went in As bravely of to could but the sting of former refusals was it his mind and he Mode Bis request Hambly like the begged to Felt himself a no they really could not sell anything on Trust rope was in great demand not even a Yard. Hope was quite Over then. He to Rcd away and got Bafik to the hotel somehow and to Bis wife she was Busy patting together the fragments of their Waro Robes but when How came in she understood that he had broken Down a the depth of her own heart she Felt the Sadden pain of it tar failure that wa3 in his. She went to him and taking Bis Drew him to a seat beside her and comforted Hamas Best she could with love and some poor shadows of Hope. She a word of reproach for him then not even a thought. Now that All his castles had fallen Down they were of much hers As his. So partly by the help of her absolute sympathy he began by and by to beat the consciousness of defeat with a Little calmness. _ he sat by while she finished her packing for to Morrow a Jon Ruey and when the baby awoke from its sleep to even proposed that they should go ont together and bid Good by to those who had Ocen kind to them in their troubles. They made their Little round add then with a last wish to look at the scene so Many Hopes which Early to Morrow morning was to be stripped of its appliances and left to utter neglect Patterson Drew his wife to the empty Well. She sighed As she Drew near it and would hardly look. Suddenly her husband Sprng from her Side lie stood non the rough Bank of Earth his Fec flushed his breast heaving calling to her with inarticulate words. In a raiment Slie was beside him. Ye3, Fate was conquered there at their feet filling the hollow already to its very brim Lay a dark precious Lake Lay the Oil which meant plenty ease wealth the Ntinos fulfilment of Oil our photographers dreams. A to mall courtship. A student who had completed his studies and was commencing his professional life under very favourable auspices was on his Way borne late in the an nmn to make a Little visit to the parental roof. It was in old times when the Only Mode of conveyance for travellers was the Stagecoach. Among Bis follow passengers in the coach was a Young lady of very agibn1. Able person and manners who first attracted his notice by her kind consideration for an old woman who was assisted into the coach at the Way Side inn. Fu1 tho course of the Day the gentleman became pretty Well oct Naintre with the Yonne a lady whose name he ascertained was Mary if. He began to feel a Strong interest in her and it would seem from the insult that the interest was in some degree reciprocal in the con so of the conversation that Bev held together in the stage and also walking no certain Long Hills where such of tho passengers of were so disposed got ont to relieve the horses they Learned mutually Many particulars of each others parentage and history so that As the Day passed on they begun to feel somewhat like old friends. During tho afternoon a rain storm came on. The roads became wet and heavy and. The Progress due was slow. The sky was overcast and darknes3 supermen Tod at a very Early born while the stage was yet several Miles from the Village where it was to Stop. As tho wheels went on ploughing through the mud and ruts the passengers became uneasy for tie Driver had no lights. The Young lady however evinced so much calmness and composure As greatly to increase tho interest which the student Felt for her. The danger was real As the event proved for just As the coach reached the top of the Hill the wheels on one Side West off the Edge of the Road into a ditch and the coach overturned. The St indent called ont to tho passengers to lie still As possible so of to get ont quietly one by one from the opening id the Side of the coach which wus uppermost. He was himself near the door on that Side and was tho first to escape. He then assisted the others by feeling for it was so utterly dark that nothing could be seen. The Yonng lady came next bit tone. The Road was so wet arid Muddy he said that she could not step in it and so must let him carry her to the Bank on the Side. So to took her in his and began to Carey her across the Muddy Road feeling his Way in the utter darkness made More i Tonso by the Trees of a Forest that bordered the Road. She yielded herself so readily to his graft Andrec fixed lick Siead so confiding by non his should or that to was encouraged to whisper in her ear a Mary Are you engaged to to married a she answered a Marc Yon willing to be my wife a he sealed the Protaso with the usual Little ceremony and then placed his prize on a Flat tho Road Side the White surface of Vrbich reflected the sky sufficiently to make its form just visible after which to debt Back to assist the Ether passengers. They were married and Tiro lady afterwards often told her friends that she always had tho most agreeable associations with the ideas of the upsetting of a Stagecoach though they could not imagine Why. J Sun stroke. San stroke mid stroke of lightning says or. Hall As far As present Light extends cause death it the sumo manner the blood is expanded and gases Are liberated both tending to distend the veins which Cannes in the brain a species of pop Lucxy this distention of blood vessels induces fires re on the brain and consequently All Essof Bers Ennd of ceiling the Muscles Are paralysed All motion leases and to function of the body nto All arrested. Apply cold clothes or ice bags la tho Beau and. A Mustard plaster to the neck with something to act on the bowels As soon of possible. But something More speedy than this is an imperative necessity in most costs or death will ensure in a few moments skillful and eminent physicians in this country upon a True philosophy have ascertained that speedy recovery lakes Placo within an hour if the patient is bled from both in the old fashioned Way. Front the cd vein the blood May Only flow by drops at the first second or two but As it flows Freyr tho Relief becomes almost Siracu Lotts and speedy and Complete a a a a Maine last Grason built 2,000 Flor Taroiu. A the does ofe at that Kateridge places a and flirtations will be the order of the Day and night for some time to come. This actor dog to a pleasant writer is Obront the programme a a the lightness and ,flightines3 tho advancing and retreating the flight and Preuit the half a averted glances that go the swifter to tho Mark the cod Nettia ways a a with a fuss find smile and look and speech to Santali Zalish on the one ride and tho Quot desp Erstich on the Othet the skillful insert leaving of moonbeams and music into the Champaign the delirious torments and love cruelty the affectation of indifference where All is passion and of preference where there is nothing butt the cold mockery of Pride and pique How will not these various aspects of flirtation present themselves to the quiet observed this season in the in the retired places on tho Lawn on tho benches that face the serpentine paths on the Moon lit verandahs a and everywhere where Opportunity opens to those who know Bow to put it to prompt service nobody flirts on the Sand. If fhe wave and the burning Sand were a off a sure death of even on affected Sentis Zient that harlequin de of flannel and a amp reboot at that would help the Solitude to cloak it completely Down. But at the hotels the flirting is positively desperate mls Shef in bathing suit Little realizes How much of her Power she owes to the Finger s that have fashioned he wardrobe and distributed it Over her Lovely person. Aid poor bewildered bedevilled Benedick will tremble with the emotion some Little dancing Witch has kindled within him for heroin amusement and will run no his motto at once a death or a double they will Fly from Saratoga to Newport and from Newport to Long Branch As Birds Hifp from spiny to Spray she calling kit on with her Little few whistle that has Inch magic for miss if in its Tompras. They Tell is Flat Vetnal marriages Loof times grow ont of these flirtation Camji highs to should of soon la of Foff Wilif whet the thistledown West Daf icing Stem instead of the pric Fly spines which we Knaw to to there a till. Yet grapes made by some Myracle can be gathered there. The landlords care foot 6& that the fun continues fast and furious enough to swell their charges and make Hank rec Conata fat and substantial. No More do we except As for wont of off other occupation in term of almost dissolving heat them affaires re Coeur come in with a i conf Esne sort of apatite to end of a a hot Tab that would otherwise be i aimed a slumber and dreams perhaps Fafa late Ihnn even these no realities. A a 1 fifteen years in a Dungeon we find Iff aft Oto French Tolome the a a memoirs of count gon Wallence a the following account of How Long tho lamp of conversation will holdout to barn Between two human be by go Only. He says f a a i am an old Man now yet by fifteen years my soul is Yonner Thor a Fly body. Fifteen Zebre re Grifed by pc did not lira a it was not life a in Yiwon ten feet Square. During six years i had a companion for nine years i was a done. A could never rightly distinguish the features of him who shared my Captivity in the eternal Twilight of my cell the first year we walked incessantly together we counted on Post flies annoys forever gone Over and Lief again. The next we communicated to each other on thoughts our ideas on nil subjects the third we had no idea to impart we began to lose reflection the fourth we opened our lips during the interval of month or so Ami asked on raft a if it were indeed we Syible of Pitt to world went Quot on As Gay and bustling As it was wont to do when we formed an integral part of humanity. The fifth we were silent the sixth he was taken away and Neve knew of even Ina Niril we Baber it was to or to the holy Alf of Freedom but was glad to was gone even Solitude was preferable to the dim vision of that Pale vacant face. After this i was alone Only owe event breaking of my Nino years vacancy. One i Iyo it most have been a year or two after my companion left me a the dim cob Doof of a a opened and a voice whence it Procco Dottl i knew not uttered these words a a a by order of 1 intimate h m that Vou wife died a year ago.1 a a a a the door wits again shut and l Hean no More. They had Brnst this Gri upon my ?t,-and.l Eft too Aloha to strangle with All its bitter an old Story Worth repenting. An old Story contains a. Lesson which Many married couple have not yet Learned when Jonathan was governor of Connecticut a gentleman called at Tiia Honse one Day requesting a private interview. He said Ltd i Nave called Nipoa a very unpleasant errand sir and i want your advice. My wife and i do not five happily for Ether and t am thinking of getting a divorce. Ave fido Yon advise sir a. Tho Gove Hof sat of be moments if thought then tarning to his visitor said a a How did you treat mrs. A a a a it when Yon courted her a dhow did Yon feel toward her at tho time of your marriage. A a Squire is a replied 1treated her of kindly As i cont for i loved her dearly it that j. A Well sir a said the governor a go Home and court her now a ast As Yon Aid then and Lov e her As when you. Married her. Do this in the fear of Ziad for one year a re Fen fell too the result a i the governor then. Said /.�?olet. Is a. ,. They bowed in pm and the separated. When a year had passed away bet called again to see the governor and said a i have called to thank Yon for the Good advice Yon gave to and to Tell Yon Fiat my wife and i Are. Of Happy of when first wow remarried. I cannot be grateful enough for your Good a i am glad to heart or. A said the governor a and 1 nope you will continue to court your wife As Jong As Yon live a a a a a How to raise beefs Toko hold of the tops and pull

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