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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - June 14, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaThe e. B. Hawley proprietor. Montrose pa., wednesday june 14, 1871. Volume xxviii number 24. A Sardis. Or. W. W. 85hth, do std. Room to next door cast of the Rynn mkt priming office. Office nor from a. Up Montroit May a ist1�?tf the a amp Bleb bin uni Hail Charley for rat in the Barber who Cao Abare your face to order Cata brows Black and Greszler hair. In my Nfn tort up at alb there Yon will ted him Oner Here a store below Mckenzie a us tour door. Ueo two Jane 7,1871.�?tf c. Morris. J. B. Amp a. N. Inc Collosi Attar to at Law office Orer the Bank. Mont foam a. Montrose May 10, 1871. Of what Betsey said. A Bur Lemert to a a bet set Abo i sub a it or. D. A. Latrop Bee opened an office at the foot of Chest not a Tfelt. Near the Catholic Church where he can be Consol ted at Oil times. Montrose april 24, Crosso amp Baldwin attorneys at l we office Orr the store of fam. , on in bloc Areona Montrose a. _ w. Csomos. D. L. Bil dts. Montrose March 1,187�. Of. Juda Tail Tox Horathio pare icus and Bun eos. Damp a permanently located himself in Montrose. Whore he will promptly attend to All Calls in i profession with which be May a he favored office and residence West of the Conral nog near pitch a a atom s office. Montrose february 8,1871. Law office Fitch amp Watson attorneys at Law at the of office a a Bentley amp Fitch Montrose. . 11,�?T71. W. W. Watson a. U t. Men. Some Days ago we published a bit of rhyme from the Toledo Blade Quot entitled a a Betsey and 1 Are those who read cannot Well help but remember it for it was a Well told we Are not partial to a a answers Quot or a a supplements or continuations of poems that Ore popular but the subjoined from the Rochester 44 Union and advertiser Quot is so True to nature and gives such on Apt conclusion to to affair that u b Worth following the original. Well John to tfx pc Brot the Gree mint and read it to me twice a the More you read the worse i Feci although it does sound Nice i wish we could has got along but we can t plainly see Sotell have to sign the Pesky thing a though it does part you and me. We used to talk of heaven John and get so Tarn al mad but i was always right Jqhn a Caius Why my poor old dad would never has cached me anything but what he knew was True lie was a mighty Good Man too John and the Bible knew clean through. Charles n. Stoddard dealer in Boot and shot. Cat and Cap. Leather and Todi Toja main Street 1�t door below Boyd store work made to order and repairing done neatly. Montrose Jan. 1.1870. Littles a Blakeslee attorney and coans Ellort at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by . A a it p. Little on main Street. Monu oae a. April 20. A. A. A Refl. Ata. T. A fifths. B. Tax a Keslus. B. It Sumii c. Prenot w. H. Mccarv. A Crenzie fac Bot a co. Dealer in or. Good cloth Lonj Ludiry and Fine a lands. Tied nth Dot a the to Ili american ten and Cotton company. Montrose. In. A. 1, to. Lewis Roll by Atno and Ilain dressing. Shop in to Poi Tottle Hulk Llzkt Bere be will be Frt and Teidy to trend �11 who want myth any lbt Saltne. Montrose. A. Oct. Is tt9. Are certainly so at seventeen so that w Tiew of the fact that Only eighteen in a Quot Quot delicate creatures pb�nubc��o0. The statistics of it Fulek. A a the hard and unpleasant truth May Between Twenty and Twenty and then ivc and thirty we Mast candidly con the Story or is Otto nor. A a Ever were forty win tits better spent Whoy Nedro under Twenty ars tag i than bythe to Elry men while forty three of the same Hundred 1 a Seo wednesday afternoon decided the i a. And then. Guilt of a woman who Calls herself Laura As Well be stated a says Appleton a journal a that marriages occur m accordance with Largo general facts Over which individuals can exercise no authority and that in numbers they Are in no Wise affected by the temper and wishes of the people. This first fact about marriage is not Only prosaic but humiliating. Shall not these people choose companions for life und listen to the clerical a what god hath joined together let no Man put a Snyder a at such time of they May mutually agree upon ? by no Means. Hie Law 6ays they shall do neither of these things and peculiarity of this Law is that it Cau not be violated. Furthermore All who desire it Wilt not be permitted to marry. Willat is to he said of such Immiti Gable tyranny of this not marry when we choose or whom we choose not to be consulted As to whether we a Quot Worth fess that they Manifest a degree of Pru it Dence in the matter that would seriously disturb or. Malt bus were he Only aware of it we will not say that marriages previous to the adult age is invariably indiscreet a but we will defy any Man to form a just conclusion in regard to the ago of discretion from the study of marriage statistics. To find this result the marriage and mortuary tables must be studied together. The question is of some importance but it must be Luwill ugly eligible Oei. A a but it women come upon the Marriageable list earlier than men they suffer the inconvenience of being strike earlier from it after 45, women Are no Louger regarded As eligible matrimonial by and the demand Cor wives of this age a Cartons Rory. Shall marry or not what is life won Quot a us a Jet a3 to be madly Worth consider if these things Are to be Deere a eng although to find an occasional widow on knowledge or consent not to nun i amp i. Perhaps but we might just As Well learn o. If. Hawley dealer la dry floors who cent Crock Jet. Jurd Fife eau Cip. Boot.shoe#, Arcidy made cloth if tif. Piinuu etc., new Milford. A. Sept. 8, c9. J do. S. A Taiton physician 6 surgeon. Trader i writer to the citizens of great Bend and Vilt in ii office at his residence oppo Iltz Barnum room. Go Bend to a. Sept. Let 1869. Of Law office. Ct4hbekltft it Mol Lam. Attn to. Is o Corra a a office in the Uriel of car oter the Montrose atitf.4. T8w. Of jote it la. Funk. A. . J. B. Mccollum. A. A d. R. Lathrop dealers in dry goods. Groceries Ero Kerr and claw Uble and pm fkr Mauerr. Paint Oil Dye Edff. Ind Hor. Olor leather. Prof artery Jit. Bulb no Montrose. A. Lat Tutor _. Lock adjoining the aqcnt1. 1869.�?tf d. R. Llannor. A. A Warks attorney a. Law. Boanta ust . Pm Slot fld Brem on claims aft fated to. Office floor below Boyd store . Ait. J,0 n. A act Toser and insurance a i to Ftp agent a. S. Gilbert of. 0t. Auto Lonzor Angl 69tf Groat. Bend a. Ah1 Ely it. S. At Ola nor. Tee. 1, 163. Addre Brooklyn w. Old Brindle died fool know John and to ii we bad a spat i Bat 1 was right again John a cause Why you know i sat whiff i could plainly see just a a How Quot she done the thing Why i know u just of Well John As i knows anything. Then next you a a played your Tutlo Jokob a you thought it mighty cunning i did no to see the pint John nor did no to know you s fanning a Bat when i fell and broke that worthless utile bowl i really thought you s mean John or else what made you scold now John Rve been a of amp ii Ful wife since you and i did wed Bat seen we have got to part 1 wish that i was dead. I think that lawyer might have fixed it up some other Way a he does no to know Bis business John that Sall in be got to say. We can to part the a tile John there a not an even number. And n 1�?T going off John to not amp going to Cumber myself with none of your farming tools and things i la Only take my clothes and this poor wedding ring i know you mighty Good. Jofra it to offer me the Home Bat 1 do not care to have it if in be got to live a tote. No. Keep your houses and Yoot lands 1�?Tu go myself away 1 Hope you will not marry John for baby al Sake done to Pray. I Shane tuve Long i know i Shane to for when i once am gone to fiet a rid worry so for i know thing will go wrong the idea or enable fact at once and submit to it nature is fond of cheats and displays her charlatan by irrespective of person a men Are the sport of circumstances when the circumstances seem the sport of men. Prosperos and that pack is after All nothing but the person cd of Corn. These illusions and hallucinations Are results of the operation of Law and we can not distort them though we Piloff Romala on formula and equation upon the revolving Earth is Light us a Feather compared with the weight of the argument. Percon Iroy what cares passion fur the multiplication table or love for the differential calculus ? a fico for you Law of statistics i nevertheless a amp and commits an unintentional perjury when she vows Ber husband shall be the men of her Choice Aud we All know Tomt Adolphus a i Herbert will repeat Rome s blonder. A a leaving the Domain of fancy we find the Plain statistical facts concerning marriage running sore Arhat in this Wise Bou Asch is. Statistics. U youth has its illusions and Middle agents hallucinations wherefore these teachings of statistics May go hang. Does 1 not Romeo actually know that he chooses Juliet in preference to Rosalind is it at All probable that Marinda would have escaped marriage with Caliban if she had never met the shipwrecked Ferdinand where and what is the tricks pack that Inars Maidens see of he wills and transforms Demetrious and Lysander subject to no Law save his own alas this plodding and prosaic statist this withered a a till Moro rarely a spinster willing to Nirry even after having passed the sprightly age of threescore years and ten. Under 25 years of age the number of women who marry is a Little More than twice As great As the number of men but after 45, the number of Benedicts is More than thrice that of the brides. In 1,000 marriages of the average kind of to Ages 14 women and 49 men will have passed their ninth in Strum widows remarry at an average age of 39 years while the average of widowers who again take to themselves conjugal partners is 41 or thereabout a table of chances. A a we will not undertake to Tell each of our fair readers How old she will be when led to the altar a blushing Bride if that should prove to be her destiny but we can Tell her what the chances Are at the present state of our knowledge of statistical facts. If we take the weddings that actually occur we shall find that in every thousand there will be 179 wives under 20 years while there will he Only 9 husbands of that age. But perhaps these facts will be better stated in statistical terms thus in every thousand marriages there will be husbands. Wires. Ages. 170 under 20 years of age. 434 Between 20 and 25 years of age. 326 Between 25 and 80 years of age. 91 Between 80 and 35 years of age. 43 Between 35 and 40 years of age. 20 Between 40 and 45 years of age. 8 Between 45 Aud 50 years of age. 3 Between go and 55 years of age. 1 Between 55 and go years of age. The remainder nine men and five women will be scattered along Between 202 348 172 83 44 25 18 g John a Groves fashionable t a or Mont we. Is. Shop Over Ete Odiern a store. A order filled la al to rate Tyle. A Oit Xii done on a Lions notice fld warranted to by tfx a Smith a Binet and chair a Mai Treft Montrose a. A i8g9 a Mcrritt Deal Bettt Tuple ind of a a Cdr Good., Cage term in Rowan Iron plore., Drill r., j z. A a in a is ssh Tjioe. It. A cd to Jtj Bobo Oroee tes rat twon. C., new Mutford. A. And be Specto cled matehmatician1 will a go and 80 years an age at which almost prove to Yon that Romeo is mistaken. J any a a would be expected to know bet a a the average age of women when i ter. It we am Yeier. That the Thov marry is 2446 years and of 100 desire As Well As the Oppon Tohmy tor mar who reach this age 21 will never marry. Rjae Falls off rapidly in both sexes after with men it fares differently for strange 30�?up to that age both seem to increase As it Mav seem More women than men u ��7,500 marriages or thereabout there get married and of 100 of the latter who reach the marriage age of 25 9 years 22 will die bachelors. Thus about one fifth of our people Are doomed to die in the House will soon go dirty too and filled i wedded whether they prefer it or not. 0r. P. I iwo has do of a so Early located at Friend a lii Forth i my a Praet Lafi Phil Clyo we trle�4�.nle.p� aos. Ltd 1 St oed a brows pcs and life i l57rianck a cents. At anti a Montrom hotel a a a Taro Rabi Leatral attn Lott a. Abs 1.16s3. A ninth. Staoro. A a club pc l. Tow. Vawl d. Lush attorney at Law Hont Fote of of oppo. A it to Tarball Home. Near ted court Uoo a. Log. 1. 1869.�?tf. With cats and mice you la ring it me John i Knopf Yod will if ror try to keep it Nice. Pc washed and mended off your clothes and packed them la the press and sewed too every Button of so when you come to Dot amps you cannot say i did no to do my duty to the last it t i always tried to do it John in truth in be done my Busl if you Ever get the be vhf John f Hope you la Send for me m come and Nuss yes a Best i can a Jast try me. You will see Bat i cannot sign the a a few mtg tit Ortra two Ald part us both Foi Whf. Of do Stop bawling so Job of a a Rii willing to a ick together Madison May 5,1871. W. A widows and widowers. A a now the marriages that occur in new York number year by year about 9,280�?18,560 persons and for every one of these marriages there will at some time be left a widow or widower for it rarely happens that husband and wife die at the same moment. Soine of those widows and widowers you remarry More of will be 119 men and 16 women 60 and 70 years of Uge while 14 my and 4 women will be Between 70 and 80. Old 2ald& a interesting As these ancients in there is still another class deserving of something More than a passing note. We mean old maids. Now Many arc there and what Are their matrimonial chances ? we have arc qty stated that 21 oot of every 100 women who reach the marriage age namely 26 46 years never marry lint even this does not Tell the exact number of Marriageable women who Are own Ana a Mower we a urn a a a a. Tiro latter than the former and because i waiting for Lios buds if lidded so fungal of this fact the atonal number of women but a thing a this May be said of any. Who marry will exceed the actual number oui men now i a. Of men. The Rule seems to be that about algebraic a in to be guilty of gallantry ? one in three widowers and a Quot get 1>ert Noth Onty Liat can be bad Abel to Cabell i Abb to dust pm tont frito my cat lab pm Lnu Oue dec Muff . Guy. Groceries uus. Ware we and into fax a stoic Ware lamps Olla Kaaea. Gana ammo Talon it elves. Spectacles Farej goods a is relay. Perla 7. fare Ort a most numerous. It it ensure and Tallab recollections of goods to Stabl Labud to Isis. Montrose. A. D. W. 6eable, it Torsky at Law. Office Orr the 8lore_ol_ a. Lathrop to the Brick Block Montrose. A. A Ltd of. W. L. Bicha Basos Paft Siculan a it Bugeon. Tender his Srote Salou is Lees to the Elt Sens of Montroso Sod to Clellor. Office at his residence on the Corner Easto saw Broa. Pound . Laos a. I of. E. L. Gabd seb a Vician and surgeon. Montrose a. <3its. Especial attention to diseases of to Nart so and All Saljr Tysl Demases office or we. Pau Board Aat Scarle. Hotel. Ang. T. 1s69. Beb58 a Sickols to Drozs medicines chemicals. Hoo. <1. Palau. . Liquors. I rat fit writ we and toilet of a a is Carof Nlle componnded-fcrike_4.enne. Shore Bearle a a. B. A Nauru uts. Of e. L. Has Bick a8db0e pm Onalu a them i Toth. A. Rhyhciam�?Tjwf2.as2s% a amp Urmi had str titty. Job offic Latke office of or. By sri at j. Hoff Fri Lee a ,lsc9. Prof. Bobbis int a Vic no loud april 18. 1870. Jjo int be othersbci1anton, wholesale it in std dealers to eyed web Ibon steel Naha spikes shovels a hardware . Jmgjjssrmspsw8 Quot we a fit no Taub we Vii Puju Damp fair Santo 80aub. A my a a a. To a. H treat. Of Troen it. A a at Slier Woods the water maker Ujj Jujj Grcie tuis an5 ibid Mil. A the inhabitants of Sardinia Are not sur Dies. An editor received a letter in which weather was spelled Wetling. He said it was the worst spell of weather be Hud Ever seen. A at a new Yore wedding reception n Young lady accidentally bet her Back hair on fire. When it was extinguished be said she Wae glad it Wasny to her Best. A a a Little boy having Brokett fits rocking horse the May it was bought his Stolfi it or began to scold him when to silenced her by inquiring a a a both a the Asa of a horse till irs broke a. A a Are the jury agreed asked the judge of a court attache whom be met on the stairs with a bucket in his Hamly a a yes replied Patrick a they Hove agreed to sind out for a half gallon.�?�. That Man a said a wag a a came to nosh a forty years ago purchased a Basket and commenced garnering rags. How much do Yon suppose be is Worth now Quot it was a Cann Nnorom we could not answer. A nothing a he continued after a pause a and he owes for the baskets it is common to speak of those whom a flirt has jilted is her victims. This is a grave error. Her real victim is the Man whom . This reminds of of a smile a a coquette Isa Rose from whom every Lover plucks it Leaf the Thorn remains for Ber future at a school examination the teacher asked a boy whether be could Foi Gire those who had wronged him a. A icon Lyou said the teacher a forgive a Bov. For example who bad insulted or struck Yon a. A a y-e-e-8, sir a replied the Tod rely slow by a a in think in con do if he was bigger than i amid. Tam a a id a Blacksmith to Bis up prentus. A Lyon Tore been with me now three months and Tore been ril of different Point in our Trade. In Totire your Choice of work for it wife. A ext on a a Vuu. Now whoop fort 4 tto holism do you like Butr a no one in four widows remarry. A a 01 100 marriages about 13 of the men will be widowers and Only 11 of the Botnen will be widows the bachelors numbering 87 and the spinsters 89. On general principles there May be no Seri on objection to old Weller a advice a before of Vidder but we not Basing our Couch Sion upon Domestic experience but upon a series of mathematic calculations can absolutely affirm that widows do not by any Means monopolize the matrimonial Market and that there is More to be feared from one spinster shaif from a dozen widows let bachelors make a note of this Factor the truth is that spinsters Hove a better Success against widows in the Hunt for bus bands than the Baeb Kirs Bare against widowers in the winning of wives. And As All the Hunting Ana winning is above the will and Superior to it we can not say a beware to any hot simply admonish All to accept the condition and to yield As gracefully As possible to their predestinated Fate whatever it May be whether single blessedness or wedded woe conjugal Felicity or a wedded discontent. Lafitt jubb1aoe. 0 suppose there be a Hundred weddings in new York within a Given time in All respects of the overage kind Bow Many of these persons will be minors ? from Paracelsus and Cagliostro Down to Home and Fox not one of All the soothsayers and clairvoyants Cau Tell you that. No Palm Reading Gipsy no spirit from the vast deep let him be called by no matter what boasting Glendower can Tell half so much of these occult events is this interrogate ing mathematician will learn from his Enrioue figures and bewildering signs. Ask him and he will reply without any int Emery or gibberish Twenty for will have been married and about Nineteen will be under age. Of this latter number All but one will be women spinsters not yet out of their teens. At All events this is the result of Bis present Date ovations and if time and increased numbers should alter the averages he will learn the fact sooner than any one else. The remainder will to bachelors and spinsters of the average of for the former and 25 46 for the latter. A a what the Law is that makes bachelors to much More prudent than spinster we will not undertake the syst but certain it is that Maidens make Mph More haste than Yonng men in getting in to the matrimonial not still it most he me Absed that girl whether pre regard Edge Mari game is upon this exceedingly tilt festing topic it appears that the number of unmarried and Marriageable women within those heretofore mentioned As the Marriageable Ages namely 15 Aud 45, is al out 25 per cent of the whole in nibs of women living Between those Ages. Quot it seems to be a Pari of the Creed of the discontented sisterhood whether wives or spinsters that one of the inalienable rights of woman entitled her to a husband. It will be 6een that nature has set her face against this Assumption and makes a very different decree. The truth is that every woman Lavioe Between the Ages of 15 and 45 Lias 25 Chancre in 100 of dying an old maid that is her chances of marriage Are As four to one. This is just enough to give them All Hope and not sufficient to drive Auy to despair. The complaints of managing mammas Are of no Avail. Even the ballot will not bring them to a better Fate and with suffrage or without it one fourth or All Between the above named Ages arc doomed to live in old Maiden Hood and die . Conclusions. A our task is done. In dealing with these secrets we have doubtless been Dull but these hard facts will not admit of a table i air. For careers less loathsome Borgia Romanish atrocity. We arc no believers in the practice of hanging but so Long As that method is adopted As the highest expression of the just Lee of the age we Seo no reason Why a rational woman who does deliberate murder should not suffer the penalty equally with her fellow Man. But to note the Universal and creditable shrinking from the hanging of a woman of one of the Strong arguments against prescribing for this crime a punishment that cannot be enforced. Are we to hold that deliberate murderers of the male Bax should be Hung while equally guilty ones who being women have fallen lower to reach that depth should not ? is it Wise to bring Law into contempt by disregarding it or is it Wise to have a Law the execution of which in a Case like this will Shock the sense of the civilized world and make even Good men hate it ? guilty of is Laura fair she is a woman. She May possible be brought to the Gallows though we greatly doubt it but Ber presence there will make More Clear to All the barbarism of hanging the need of some punishment for murder that does not make the chances of escape for such As Ber so enormous. The lesson from the career of this woman cannot be emphasized by minute details of Ber crimes hence the foil record of the trial has found no place in on Columna her life however is too strongly suggestive to be passed without a glance. She was born in Alabama and through poverty and neglect reached womanhood without knowing the wholesome atmosphere of Boma. The family removed to new Orleans when Laura was sixteen and Here the girl resolved to enter the world under new circumstances. Bright in mind and exceedingly comely in person she soon found full investment for her capital. She caught a Rich husband. She was eighteen and he was eighty. His senile jealousy drove her to the remedy of divorce but while the action was pending the Dothard died of delirium Kremens and the adventuress fend herself the mistress of an ample Fortune. The Anibor she married within a month and in les3 than three was the widow of a suicide. With the resemblance of decent sorrow fresh upon her she took another Bisband col fair and the Fortune of tire firs running Low she emigrated with this one to Virginia City Nevada where she set up a hostelry styled the a fair the amiable colonel made Way for some one else by blowing his brains out and the incorrigible widow sated with her matrimonial ventures essayed Fame and Fortune on the san Francisco Stags. Hoes were the arts however which do not show Haf amp Typ Iii if flicks say also her last. One con nest she made was the final canse of the present scandal she captivated the susceptible heart of a. P. Crittenden an sex judge and an eminent lawyer. Practising All the arts of a matchless cunning she lured him from wife and Home robbing him meantime of All she could get with his Money she pensioned Ber Mother comfortably and established herself in the fair House in Virginia City. While still intriguing with Crittenden be met some one else possessed with Money and made herself his wife. Without identity or apparent purpose this fourth a Abii Sbandi flits aimlessly across the hideous scene. It suited the aim of Jezebel to remove the Naboth that she might make her Way into a neighbouring Vineyard to she shot him. This at any rate was candid but even Nevada frowned at it and the enchantress was brought to trial she was defended by Crittenden so eloquently and ably that the judge seems to have forgotten Law and the jury the facts for she was triumphantly acquitted. N u a into Iain a a a map a correspondent of notes and queries writes in the churchyard of Tewin Herts is a remarkable Ash tree growing out of the Tomb of lady Anne gemstone a a a Tufton daughter of lady Thanet who died in 1713. The tradition is that being doubtful of a future state be expressed a wish or prayer that if there were ant Are state a tree might grow out of Ber heart. What foundation there is for this tradition ? the editor adds oddly enough the following paragraph extracted from the spiritual times december 23,1865, bearing on the same subject reached us Simn Ltan Eusley with the above. To use the words of our correspondent or. Axon. A can any one elucidate this marvelous legend ? no reference to it is made in a history add antiquities of the county of an atbei8t�?Tsprophecy fulfilled tho churchyard of Tewin in Hertfordshire is a spot of some interest to the curious from the feet of its being the resting place of tho mortal remains of lady Anne Grimstone. The a old wife stale of the neighbourhood is to the effect that the said lady Anne Grimstone was an atheist without the Shadow of belief in the dirty and that so firm was her unbelief in the nonexistence of god that at her death bed her last words were to the effect that if god existed seven elms would grow out of her Tombstone. Whether such words were used and in a manner it is impossible to determine but whether the tale be Correct or not seven elms have sprang up through the solid Tomb and have broken away the solid masonry in All directions making the Reading of the inscription a difficult and almost impossible feat the Iron railings that surrounded the Monument Are in Many places firmly in prodded in the trunks of the Trees. The Numero of names carved in All available parts of the tranks attest the number of visitors curiosity has drawn to the spot the Trees Are each distinct and scope rate and notwithstanding the strangeness of the locality appear to thrice Well. Many suppositions to account for their growth have been started Bat some Are so improbable a nature that the country people cling to their favorite old Story of lady Annex a atheism. Chinese women. Mrs. 8. L. Baldwin the missionary to China lectured in Philadelphia recently. Of the women of China she said the women of China Are divided into two classes the Boand footed who Are tto ladies and the Large footed who Are the common class. The latter Esfarj the burdens do All the dredging and out door work while their husbands do nothing. When a Little girl is born the pat1 ends think the gods Are angry with them and they hold a Consolation whether the shall be allowed to live or not if she is when sho arrives at the ago of four they bold another consultation whether be shall be a bound footed or a Large footed woman. If she is chosen to be a bound footed she is not permitted to do any thing but if otherwise she has to be the family a slave. 1 have seen a woman with four children strapped to Ber Back and rowing a boat while her husband Laid in his Cabin smoking his pipe. Girls hate of the Songa. A leg Cabin the Hon. John Greiner is governor of new Mexico and Anthor of the once famous a lag Cabin songs of the political Campaign of 1840, died in Toledo on sat urday morning. He was a resident of Columbus Ohio and was attending the grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Toledo when he was Strack with paralysis. Or. Greiner was born in 1810, and removed to the state of Ohio when a boy he was rate a a to Choice of their husbands the Young girl is sold by her parents at the highest Price they can obtain for Ber until after they Are married. If he chooses he can be divorced from he for talking too much if lie becomes poor or gets tired of her he Sells Ber again. In the coldest weather the Large footed women Are not allowed to Wear stockings and cannot Quot dress la any other colors than Black or Bine. Tto manner in which they make their feet Small is by binding the four toes under the foot which they keep bound no for about eleven years when the foot becomes deed. I have walked through the Street when the women Woulk Brush against my dress so as4o see my feet so that they could Tell to what class i belonged. 1 won say to them a i will show Yon inv feet but do not pull my clothes be it is when i would excuse my feet to them they would exclaim Quot Why ton you no real ladies in America a and the Only Way that i could make them believe Tomt we had was by telling them that the women read books like tho men. Which utterly astonished them s3 the a chinese Are brought up in tho utmost ignorance and they Only marry in the Rich families because they know and do so Little and need so much waiting on that it takes a Rich husband to support them. If Yon ask a chinese woman hot Many children she has die will give you Only tho number of boys. Be ires of be asked the second time How Many it Fly the has As they Are thought so Little of that in Many cases they Ore killed As soon As. Born. A Large looted woman told but once that her first child was d Little and he described to me How be loved the Little one. A a say husband went out a she said a and brought in a Tab of water i begged him to spare its life but be took the Little one Dud its head in the water and held it Lieto until it was we a a. Was served the sure of the first j the third child was boy he listed until he vol Leputa Vity lines be took Cuve a a a get a Rio n the Early whig campaigns of the and filled him 5 then the Bisband died in fact As the Anibor of the a blog a Ennd f i0-�1 anything that is Nice and if poetic treatment even if we were Carat of treating facts poetically. When Benedick enumerated the Virtues of the woman he would consent to husband he said a her hair shall be of what color it please he might have trusted the same Good Providence Call it Fate destiny or whatever Yon will for All the other qualities Jost As Well an old adage says a marriages Are made in. Heaven but Benedicks was made in old be Omito Sas Alt know and it is absolutely Trae in every Case As it was in the one to Are considering that those no ost interested have less to do with the result than they can Well imagine or if they knew would be willing to admit. For the individual that which he desires is Good that which he would Sydn is evil but in the grand Economy of the universe to two Ore so evenly balanced Aud so closely intertwined that to must be bold indeed who would undertake to say a bib is Wieb a a Talleyrand non being introduced to two Yonng men one recently married the other still a Bachelor railed tto former a Happy Man. And the latter a Lucky dig. Tbs is droid philosophy of our deductions. Those who live Unwe dded Beed no sympathy a Rose who Ito a med Ore worthy of Eoens for which of the to a vests is better so Oso ran Pra ohly. I is Ltd Iii by t a 1the favorite of Fortune and favored of j is free supported her melancholy widowhood u few months and in 1s63 made a new marriage be fast taking to her arms a Man of doubtful morals but undoubted wealth who figures on the scene As she looked non syndelis Money and it was Good be looked non Snyder and thought Crittenden was better. Tired of the sanguinary method she gave Snyder the Choice of a divorce and he amiable Man furnished a situation which when Rought into court achieved a Legal separation within a month. _ _ Crittenden during these matrimonial transfiguration still maintained his fatuous Devotion to the adventuress. He gave her something like 70,000 altogether. At the time of the Snyder episode be however seems to bore realized the part he was Ting. He sent for his wife and family and meantime informed mrs fair that he could have nothing to do with tor. She flooded him with letters and denunciations. She threatened an exposure of his relations with her. Receiving no answers to these ravings she thrust herself upon him in his off Ira and avowed herself his wife. Be dared atm to cast Ber off. The next Day she Bhot him dead As he sat beside Bis wife and children. Off the info Misof the trial we Corveno purpose to speak. The worn ont plea or insanity was pot Forth but the july was not impressed with it the woman faced her judge and jury with matchless Assurance in the very free of mrs. Crittenden declaring her victims a a Fofol wife before she held West is termed a advanced View of womanhood find some of them she Bod put in practice. Perhaps a sober Conte Maton of this fearful Case will convince ladies of heir Way of thinking that those Ferit Astie theories which strip women of the of amp amp Ial Adt foutes of tho sex can have do Ether logical suit in practice than to reduce woman to the condition of a monster. If to orfeo Laura fair who now stands contacted o one of tor murders is More horrible than the lives of others of Nef school it a not because Ber principles Are any won thaw Ttoe of tto agr ego Malaga reformer but because the Haa Toen More consistent and Raun a in kilo Jup to their ultimate Tep Dennea Jim a a Hwo Atson a a a a a a a i at Columbus and afterwards of the of a Lmax Van by a in a a he a took Natl pro about four yearn old the Goda got Mot part in a ,i�?T1________ 1 met in him a then the husband died state Cabin songs and other popular political ballads he was one of the leaders of the party. Among his song still familiar in their titles at least oven to the younger men of the present Dav Are a a Tippecanoe and Tyler and a a a old 2iip Coon. He composed the music to accompany his songs and the people seized upon both air Aud words with enthusiasm and eagerness. He frequently Sang his own songs at immense gatherings daring the excitement of the Campaign and other tongues than his echoed them at monster whig meetings in All parts of the country North and South. Or. Greiner was appointed Indian agent by president Taylor and president Filmore afterwards appointed him governor of new Mexico. To was absent in the far West about nine years on hid return be found political combinations with a bib he was unfamiliar and in which he took Little interest. This relative positions of men whom he Hod ridiculed 0# praised were in Many cases changed and to has been heard of but Little during late yearn at the Timo of Bis death he bad retired from editorial duties and was engaged in business of coi Umbas. The interesting object is the Chron opher or instrument from which All England is supplied with the Correct time. Sixteen of the most important cities in the kingdom Are in direct communication with this instrument which is in itself in direct communication with the Observatory Greenwich. At 92>8 of clock every morning All other work is suspended in order Tomt there May be no interference with what is called the a time current a which precisely at the striking of the does flashes the intelligence to the sixteen stations with which it is in communication. And not merely at these Large towns but at every Post office throughout the kingdom the clerks at 9�8 of clock Are in the Lookout for the signal which is being passed along their line and the clocks adjusted accordingly. Mess a. Dent Benson and All the principle watch makers in London receive time every hour from this Chron opher. Time guns at Newcastle and at Shields Are also fired at a p. To by batteries connected with the Chron opher the clock attached to which is regulated for acc Fitch to the twentieth part of a second. A a Ortuse tel Tere Pihle <3�ffa< Tittle sweetest tto most clinging affection is often shaken by the slightest breath of unkindness As the i Lelica testings and tendrils of tho vines Are agita Tea by the faintest air that blows in summer. An unkind word from Ono beloved often draws blood from Many a heart which would defy the Battle a of hatred or to keenest Edge of Vin Dintino satire. Nay tto Shade the gloom on tho foes few inter Tad dear awakens Pafe. Base Are tho Little thorns which though Tincu of rougher form my Mato their Way through two without feeling them much extremely i commode Persona of a More refined torn in their journey through life and make their tra Tuung irksome and unpleasant a As irishman event to the to Tbs Tyft state Primo Taring rated on to Hooi Trade replied the he preferred to tan toilet. I Wear Good clothes my relatives become angry end Tacut to even in our Christian churches in China tho women Are not allowed in the same rtt in with the men but Are partitioned off in a lattice workroom. A forsaken female 1 we do not usually give gratuitous in 6ertion to advertisements but tto following published in tto last number or to Monongahela a Bep Shiean a audits Genni oneness vouched of we consider too Good a to to lost it is a Natel contribution to a literature and should be preserved 100 by Ward Fot the apprehension. Of Zenus Tuttle d tall Man about fluto years has considerable Money and High forehead Long free and lantern Jawed Man a bad Rotun with a fist like it giant i and hns often beat me and i want Bun to end his Days in tto penitent Tauy where a. Belongs and to wears a Gray coat with a very Large la onto and one Blue Eye and one Bliku Eye and a bid Eona looking Man and now living with the seventh woman and me having Oue child with him and he has gone on and i want him brought., slap tip id the Law with Bine pants. I ought to be arrested and has a Hundred a dollars of my Money and a Bald headed. Rascal full of flatten and deceit and sho. Is a bad woman Ana her Little girl Ealla him papa a and is tolled Eliza Jane Tallis and a boy Blind of one Eye and he is not a Man West has got any too much sense fior her. And he stole one Hundred Dot Lars from to and some of my Gold and a Silver and Ong tto be caught and i we Anever live with him again no never he a a disgrace and i would Libe to Hato bite caught up Aud compelled to maintain to and his child As i am Bis lawful wedded it wife and have tto certificate of marriage in my Possession. Nancy to flute Finleyville a april 187l Crown Crown of England contains 1,700 Diamond aug a veined at 8500,00ft. A the Crown of Peters contains 887 Dia monds. A al the Crown of Ivan contains 841 diamonds. Jyh the Imperial Crown of . 2,500 diamonds. A it the Crown of Frt Fuco contains 5,252 diamonds. _ a 4 i to among dealers and connoisseurs it u understood that the finest collection As it whole is that of the emperor of in shia. A Cox Fisfis Cybur a a a arc you an Odd fellow a i a a no sir five been married for it wee amp a m a a 1 mean do you belong to the order of Odd Fellows a ,. A a a no no i belong to the order of me. Ried 4 a a mercy How dumb i Are Yon it test no a. A a no in met carps Nerhy a a worse and worse son of Temperani it a. A a a bother Yon Ino in Mason of or. John a Goding so a a i the Queriot went away. A what Twete the goes up Tosh in and Cne Rerp qty a 1m

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