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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - June 28, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaA a . A i a a Quot a Ltd 1 a Viv a a a .71 a Stu h�?o7ims a a i a a a jct o Tiete Jho vat a fail Quot re it a j at Loqa. A it it us in a a �?�.-1 Tjay a a a a in in to a tis. A �3 ? Quot cd a he a Taca it a a a i �7, v. Quot a a a Quot a a a a a j of volume xxviii number 26. In in it eats. Do. W. W. Smith a terror Boom at he Dorel Llna. Oct a Oor cart of the Iten Mcm Pron Ling office. Omra Tonry from a. Soto 4 r. Udo Troy a May 3, 1571�?t� the Babbey Hal hat halt cd urls tharria in ill Tarter atm on tan your Tea to order Gnu Tom Blok it or Nln Luis. Is bit. Vaow in rap it talk. There tos will sad him Oret m store below Nat ase door. Mos Trase Jone 7,1871.�?tf c. 1i0ebi3. J. B. Amp a. In i Collob Arian to a Law Dolce Over Ibe bask was Wraae a. 10. 1871. Of thu. The amp nit. N. A. Iat Bop Seden office at the foot of Che brat Street near Hohe cd Midi Ethero he can he Comal ted at adj Mes. Montrose april us 1811. Cb099s0h a Baldwin attorneys at oct the store of we. A a Nirom. On Pabloc a quo Montrose a. _ w. Cao Asawa. R lib twin. ,.flareh 1,1871. _ of. J. D. Vail ave trap off. Haapa Manenti located himself in Montrose pa., where he will promptly a cart to All Calls id his profession with which he May be stored. Office and residence West of the court House Wear Liteh a Watson s office. Montrose february a1871. Law office pit Cut a Watson a Tamey St Law at the old office of Bentley a Fitch Montrose a. L. T. Flt a Jan. Ii w. W. Warsoff. Charles n. Stoddard dealer in Boot and shoes lists and Caps. Lather and findings Halo Street 1st door below Boyers store. neatly. A he Ostrose Jan. 1, Stix Littles Blakeslee attorneys and counsellor a Law. Offic the one heretofore occupied by b. B. A q. P. Little on male Street Montrose a. April so fun a. Urdu. . Time. A t. Boxx san. B. Mckiff Zis. C. C. Pecbot w. N. Mccain. Hike size Faurot amp co. Dealer in dry goods clothing ladles and misses Fine shoes. Uso agents for the Crest american Tea and Coffee company. Montrose Paap. 1, w. Lewis Knoll braving and hair dressing. Shop to the new Posto Oce building where he will be found ready to attend All who May want anything id i Une. Montrose a. Ocl 13, 1sg9. Of n. Hawley dealer in dry goods groceries. Crockery Nan Ware lists. , log. Paints oils Etc. New met Ford a. A a or. 9. W. Datton phy8ictan a surgeon tender his ser Rice to the Elt Lens of great Bend and air inlay. Office St his residence opposite Barman lion so g t. Bend Riluar sept. 1st, 1sg3.-i� a. O. Warren attorney a a Law. Bounty. Suck . Pension and Rem on claims attended to. Off re 0 Oor below Boyd s store . An. 1. C9 n. C. 9fttox, auctioneer and insurance agent Sai Cote Fried Derylle a. C. S. Gilbert it. S. Aug Loneer. Angl g9tf great. Bend a. All Elt to. 0, Auto Lonzor. And. . John Groves f , Montrose is. Shop Ore Chandler a store. A orders filled in first rate style. 4 Vitins done on Short notice and warranted tout. A Oetz i from Orem Lille far Tereh. Quabg Velte. Or a us o. Wrack a. W. W. 8h1tii, o .bi7�et and Chain manufacturbb8.�?koo of Olalo at rect. Monime pans. 1 us. U. Bruitt Dale twin Staple end Feoco dry Good Creek Etc hardware Iron store Druey Oiin and of a lutr cd pm. For in Liilo Bobe . Tic. New Milford. A. Damp e. P. Hines a Loes cd at Prien Isrl Fie for the por Poe of practising Medicine and surgery in All its branches. Lie May be found at the Jackson Rouse. Office boars from 8 a. M., to 8. P. Fri Edstille a. Aug. 1. 18g3. Stroud a Brown fill and life ins a incr acsnt8. A business attended to promptly on fair terms. Office first door North of Montrose ilo Xci West Sideo Public Avenue Montrose a. Aug. 1,180. Bouskos Stroud a a l. Bulowa. We. D. Lusk attorney at Law Montrose. A. Offic oppo. Cite the Tarbell Blouse near la court unease. Aug. L 1863-tf a Abel Turrell dealer in Drue Patent Medicino chemical Llanos paints. Iii Dyc units. Van Lees win u ails groceries Guss warn Wall and window is Ner. Stone War lamps. Kerosene machinery of. Trusses guns ammunition. Knives spectacles Rushe fancy goods jewelry. 7 a a a Bacius Lone of the most a omens i Tenile. And to Loihle collections of goods in lion Rose. A. To Loihle collections c established in 189. D. W. Searle attorney at Law. Office Over the Star of a Lathrop in Tbs Brick Block. Montrose. A. Sol q or. W. L Richardson put Bician a surgeon tenders his Profe Lona a Erricks to the citizen of Montrose and office at on the Corner East of say ramp Brosi. Foundry. Aug. 1, 18�. my. The Robins Sang in the Orchard the teds into los Sims Gnor Little of in Man sorrow the bad end the Robins knew i Gich q an alien household the poor Trench Neutral Lay into her lonesome Garret fell the Light of the april Day through the Dusty window curtained by the spider Warp and woot on the Loose Laid door of Hemlock on Oaken ribs of roof. The bed Quilva fitted Pste work the teacups on a twirl the wheel with Flaxen tangle a u dropped a from tier Aid hand what to her was urn song of the Robin or warm morning Light As she Lay in the trance of the dying heedless of sound or sight ? done waa the work of her hands the had eaten Herbitter bread the world of the alien people Lay behind her him find dead f Bat her Sorrl went Back to its Chad time i the saw the ton of Crilow with Gold the in in of Minea and tet Over Gas Creao. A the Low Bare Flats at ebb tide the rash of the sea at flood through Inlet and Creek and River from Dike to Upland Wood the gulls in the red of morning the Fth Haw s Riso and fru the Drift of the fog in the Moonshine Over the dark coast Woll she saw the face of her Mother Abe heard the song she Sang and tar of faintly slowly the Bell for vespers rang by her bed the hard freed mistress sat smoothing the wrinkled Sheet. Peering into the free so helpless and feeling the ice cold feet. With a vague remorse atoning for her greed and Long abuse. By care no longer heeded and pity too late for use. Up the stain of the Gaiter softly the son of the mistress stepped. Leaned Over the head Board covering his free with his hands and wept. Outspoken the Mother who watched him sharply Wotli brow a frown a a what i love you the papist the beggar the charge of the town of a a a be she papist or beggar who lies Here i know and god knows -1 love her and Fri would go with her wherever she goes a of Mother the Sweet free came pleading for love so Athirst you saw but the town charge i knew her god s Angel at for sly shaking her Gray head tho mistreat hushed Down a bitter cry. And awed by the silence and Shadow of death drawing nigh she murmured a psalm of the Bible but closer the Young girl pressed with the last of her life in her fingers the Cross to her breast a a my son come away a cried the Mother her voice cruel a rown a a she is joined to her idols like Ephraim let her alone to a Bat he Knelt with his hand on her forehead his lips to her ear. And be called Hack the soul that was passing a a Marguerite do you hear of she paused on the threshold of heaven love s pity Surprise Wistful tender lit up for an instant the Cloud of her eyes. With Bis heart an his Ops he kissed her Bat never her Check grew red. And the words the living Long Lor he spake in the ear of the dead. And the Robins Sang in the Orchard where buds to blossoms grew of the folded hands and the St free never the Robins knew or. E. L. Gab Deb pbt8ictan and burgeon. Font Rote. Pm. Girey eap Odal attention to die sea of the Danse and Of flow Seei w. B. boards at Seariel a hotel. Act. \. Ibsh Burns amp Nichols Dpi tabs to drug. Medicine Chei Oleal Dye it Fia. Paints Ous varnish liquor. Spreca. Osney not of. Patent Medicine perfumery and Toile tar Tetele. Prescriptions earn fully l Nolle a Earle a hotel. Moon a a a. B. Boxa a a Nicasia. Att. 1, 16c9._ 2___ do. E. L handpick nays clan amp surgeon re Pec Folly tender i Tofe Talosa service to the Eit Icen of Fread Ali and Vicinity. A office lathe office of or. Amp a a a hoards at j. Hoa Tord a. Log. I Ima. H unt Brothers Scranton wholesale a retail Deal Era in hardware Iron steel nails spikes shovels builders hardware a uss bail balls Pikot bail Boad Njeim 8ubp�ibs. Carbs Abb 8pb�x0s. A3�ibs, bbb Job am s0xb3, bolts nuts my Iva hit lbs pm a Tab Babbs. Majja Sable Boss. Bubs. Subbs pub Obb. Bbatbp.dsdijbs.b�smj�. Isvara. Times stocks and Dies Bellows to . Files. pm coif Jed dolls iwo. E8ltiko. Packing pee sch swg88.le>t ipod Ikon Craeton. . �?~1� a. Improved Hibbird fyn Piny to Job Oahu Vanui a May in no to la greed Betl it a t ?o>ue5iji al alxsle�faat0�ivatsqwl pro held in 1. An i tie Kain Lead and Var Lnla finale the drive a hrs la and is clog de id a neat aae. U. Cea tread is to Aram Rise tax Luj heat rigid it 9ks> a and data. A a the Apet Atlon Ean he changed int amp stay from a High Speed to one a third mow. Wac cat atop thaa is itself to bad place and us stud heavy my. plan Tau Betfert no Brake of one Appeal implored Luck to. Leave him. In a instant i the Mother comprehended the meaning the operation of tracheotomy was to to performed and convulsed by grief she retired into an adjoining room. In a Brief space Lucy was recalled the child adj Boreli still m a critical condition Brethea More freely and Saint Albe expre8se Hope. The barn tras absent at the Pine having gone to Lyons on bus Mossoff apolitical nature Day d<1 night the Yonng physician watched with Lucy beside the sick child. For some Days his life Bong upon a thread for when the violence of Tab disease the remedies used other symptoms developed. It was Saint Albo that cheered and strengthened her to Bear the trial his voice that bade her Hope and prayed when the words refused to leave her parched and trembling ii and he that told her when the Enrix bad Post that the Hoy would live that la a Darling was restored to her. Both were Young and each recognized in the silence of heart that Kindred sympathy had Given birth to love. Lnch enc favored to hide the thought from Bere Elf and sought to attribute to gratitude the feeling be had inspired. When Thi Baron returned in vain were All his of she to induce Saint Albe to accept Reami ration. A a i have one request to make a he said in reply a a namely tint Yon will give me Alfred a portrait As aeon Venir it la All i can accept a the wish was be tearfully granted and at a dinner Given in Honor of the boys recovery. Saint Albe was presented by the Boron with an sex Quisito miniature of Mother and child. A the Back of the Gold Case these words were engraved a a from a Mother to the preserver of her As he received the gift the Young physician looked at Lucy their eyes met and both flashed painfully. Homo months passed Madame Malvill. Seemed visibly to decline in health without there being any apparent cause. One afternoon toward Twilight she had thrown herself upon a coach in her boudoir and exhausted by the beat of the summer Day had fallen asleep. She was awakened by hearing a step Aud opening her eyes she saw Saint Albe bending Over her. A a my beloved a he murmured and then As though the words Bod overpowered him he Sank upon his Knees beside her. A let me speak this ouch a to continued rapidly seeing she was about to interrupt him. A a Lucy my Darling although i have been silent until now Yon know that i love you wildly a passionately. I have read you secret yet i implore you this once to Tell to that i am also dear to As he ceased speaking she Rose slowly her Mon Rufil eyes were riveted upon his Finice and she trembled visibly. A a Saint Albe a a a a a a id grasping his m my a a Law Ivic Jou a id Tull in is to ivc must part never to meet again i demand this As a proof of the love you profess you will if you Are True respect my with these words she moved away and i before he could detain her she had left the room. _ a few Days after it was rumoured throughout the City that the celebrated doctor Saint Albe had left Paris having Dis it used of his Eft cts All Trace of him was lost. Two years . One Day while Riding in the Buis the Baron Dunville was thrown from his horse and killed instantly. As the Barones had Uever entirely pm Tatum. Love requited. Translated from tho French. Bombs. Martha Laffitte Johnson. Ono Beautiful Jane morning in the year. 16�?, general Darly the come who fought under tho first Napoleon was walking in the Park attached to his handsome Domain situated near Metz. By Bis Side was his Yonng Niece a girl of seventeen Summers. Lucy Darly Vas Petit in figure and exquisitely formed her face was hot strictly speaking Beautiful her features not being regular but it was nevertheless singularly interesting and expressive portraying each feeling in its varied Shade. For some Days Lucy Hod observed that her Uncle appeared occupied and fearing to might to troubled and thinking a 2aiet walk in the Park would serve to inert him and perhaps Lead him to can fide his cares to her she bad persuaded him to accompany her to the Village a mile Distant from the chateau. They had gone Bat a few Steps when general Darly turned to her and said a a Lucy my dear Are you aware that Yon Are seventeen to Day in a a yes Uncle and Here is a Rosebud i present Yon in Honor of the As she spoke she placed the Flower in his hand. A a my child i desire to speak seriously,0 continued the general. A i have received orders to join the army Yon Are of Yon know an orphan i am not willing my Lucy to leave Yon who Are so Yonng unprotected and have decided to accept for Yon an offer of marriage that has been made Yon by the Baron Calville. It is a Anion 1 much desire and one your dead father was particularly anxious to consummate. Calville is a Good fellow a Soldier like myself who will i am sure do All in his Power to Render Yon Happy i have Bat to add that the wedding will Toko place in a v a a Bat Uncle a replied Lucy timidly a i done to know the Baron i am very Yogi us and so Happy Here in my a a nonsense let me hear no More about the matter Yoa will both like each other Well enough i have settled everything a said the general in a tone of Gnu Yauco. This silenced the girl Aud the subject was dropped. On her retard to the chateau Lacy retired to her chamber to prepare to receive Der guest and proposed husband. Slowly and with Little interest the toilet was performed. Educated with French views she did not attempt to dispute the authority of her Uncle Bat she shrank with nervous dread at the thought of marriage with one she had never seen and did not love. Lucy was still in her dressing room a ctr the travelling Carriage Arew up Jerore me door of the a a through the lace curtains she caught a glimpse of a tall stately Man she Cun id not see his face As it was shaded by a military Bat and in a moment More she heard tier Uncle Call angrily a a you have been at least an boar dressing and Bho Ald have been present to receive the Baron a said general Darly As drawing her Arm within his own be led her Forward to meet the stranger. Lucy had never looked More charming she was dressed in simple White Muslin a Bine band around her Waist her Black Bair drawn Bock from her face fell in Long Carls upon her shoulders her Cheeks were _ a a a a a a a a a a flashed and her eyes sparkled with Ner a recovery j her health or spirits this Shock ponsness. As she entered the room dal \ a a. Marf Hctor of Nevada. The wickedest woman i now most declare. Was Mary me Tod of Nevada _ there never has lived one so full of or Akhibi. Since Beelzebub first cast a Shadow k ton can judge for yourself in Reading the truth As told of this even a erring daughter tis founded on fret the experience of the reverend Thomas x Ortr. He sought to recover this woman of vice from Lin and the Gulf of perdition and in a Lew wards i will Tell Yon the Lack he had in his laudable Mission. One night when revivals were Gong on Strong this Mary was Load in repenting she dragged him beside her and dinging to we rime while Over him her tears she was venting. Bic hugged him Anft cried like a penitent wretch her heart from her a in was St turn eng he thought of be glorious Triumph tat him. In plucking this a Brand from the burning Quot till sobbing St last on the rads floor she Sank. The peace of her mind gave her quiet while he his attention to others applied spoke of sin and abjured them to Fly to. Once More then retained he to Ream Are her who had thus become so pore hearted but nowhere could see Here the a a Brand bad _. Gone out a and Mary Metod had departed. Tvs the then Bethought and he Wragby for. Us watch a a a he to Elma was going Ami in Neil of Jonor al dip said Toh Imset this Ftp est Dijuk to for the a War no. Of rip of ill Erin he quasi Btl al that he was andhener�rdoestlpiofssyiiihs4iynnl� a Sherii ampian wretch if the world a be Days Jhaj sep fill female of pfc Neq Ville was standing by an open window hearing Steps he turned and with an easy Grace moved towards them. The introduction was soon Over. Lacy Beard him coldly express pleasure at meeting a Light pressure of Bis lips Apon her hand followed and then seemingly forgetful of her presence the Baron entered into conversation with the general and Lucy stole quietly away. Tho Baron remained Bat a few Days at the chateau and then took his departure it being arranged that he should return tho Day prior to tho wedding. During his stay his manner Hod been studiously polite but Neter once had his handsome features and beautifully modulated voice expressed More than respect and Lucy saw that this marriage was looked upon by him As necessary formality a wife being required to received Bis guests and attend to the Domestic arrangements of his Honse but that he deemed a display of love a superfluous adjunct and so with no Power to oppose and but Little strength of Wili Lucy Darly allowed matters to proceed and in tho Short space of for weeks found herself wedded to the Baron Calville and established in Paris in one of the most sumptuous hotels of the a a Chausse a Antin. Tho Baroness Calville soon became the reigning Beauty of the Gay Metropolis from being a merry Light hearted girl he Bod merged into a Brilliant piquant woman her Beauty extolled and her wit quoted. A although entertaining a feeling of respect for the Baron Lucy had never known love nor did be feign a sentiment he did not inspire Bis manner was always bind and considerate but never affectionate. Her life however glided by unruffled by a single wave of annoyance. A a year after her marriage Madam Calville gave birth to a Little boy by Ber request be was called Albert from that boar the Yonng Boron Ness ceased to appear in society. A first delicacy of health precluded the possibility but at length her absorbing love for Ber child rendered even a temporary separation discos Tell. When tho boy was about for years of age to was seized with croup and so violently attacked that Bis Mother sent in All haste for Saint alb a celebrated physician Ltd the brother of a dear schoolmate. A Wen Saint Albe entered then it by the Bright boy Lay non Lucy a Knees gasping for breath. A a 8ave my child of Quot mum need the unhappy Mother raising Ber tearful eyes to to Iti find face that so plainly expressed Emp fibr and interest the is shred dear lady that i Wal do my Best tras the Brief response. Taking the boy tenderly Ishimi the Phy Sipat Laid him upon the touch and that draw for i instruments and by a silent preyed upon her Guttly and tho following Spring she was advised to visit Munich in order to a vault a physician of great skill residing there. Having reached the. City Lacy on the Day following called non or. Hamon who was quoted As being a great Recluse. Ushered into the private office she was requested to wait until he was disengaged. The room Wes richly famished with every Comfort and elegance and led into a spacious Library. At length a door at the extremity of the ariment opened and a tall handsome Man entered Bis eyes were Bent upon the ground and there was a look of sadness re Bis entire bearing. As her Madam Calville uttered Low cry. In the stranger Herliert test Antly recognized Saint Albe. He raised his head their eyes met and with one word a Lucy a he reached her ride. A a we have met ouch again a he continued sadly a after a Long Long a a yes a she murmured a a but it May be never to part i am a a thank god a was the fervent prayer of he clasped her tenderly to his breast. Only a Shadow. A Story is told of a Well known gentleman who sometimes imbibed to freely of the ardent going Homo latent night recently and mistaking his Shadow outline on his front door for a Man. He paused a Little in Surprise and then lifted his hat very gracefully bade him Good evening. The Shadow imitated Bis politeness by raising his Bat hut <5f coarse said nothing. A a wry a said the gentleman. No reply. A a this is my House i believe a waving Bis band. The hand of the Shadow went through the same Graceful Curre. A i should like to get in sir if you la stay aside a but the Shadow made no movements to let him pass the gentleman was evidently surprised. He repeated his desire to pass in but the Shadow remained still. His wife hearing her husbands voice looked through Rise ,.window Blind and seeing no one but himself asked Why be did come in. A so i would my dear but this gentleman a pointing to tho Shadow a insists on blocking up the his wife quietly opened the door remarking a that was Yoor a indeed a said the puzzled citizen a Well now i thought he was a mighty Fine Quot looking fellow to be so impolite a and went in. Whenever he shows a disposition now to remain out late at Nigel his wife has Only to remind him of the Shadow on the door step to insure a speedy return Story of a deserted mansion. _ not Fiir from Morristown n. A and situated on what is known As tho Madison May be seen a Large and Fine Honse standing in the Middle of extensive pleasure grounds bearing the Marks of having been the abode of persons of taste and wealth. The once Beautiful Park now however presents the sep Caraneo of having been the camping grounds of at least a regiment of demoralized soldiers so numerous Are the tracks everywhere of Wanton fires and Wanton hacking among the Trees shrubs and evergreens.,. Where once were Flower Beds and rare plants now browse stray cattle and pigs by the score Root to their noses Content on the Boft turf of the Lawn. On no preaching the House a still More terrible Sceno of rain May be found. The Hill doors stand wide open and As the stranger enters several cattle a Eal oily Survey trim from their comfortable position on the drawing room floor. The Honse is three stories High and Salmon need with a cupola. The rooms Are Pocious Aud numerous and were finished in the Best possible manner when built. Windows opening to the floor Aud consisting of Large Aud valuable pones of Glass oppose Little or no obstruction to the cattle or pigs the former generally taking Sash and All with them when leaving in haste. On the floor of what has evidently been the Library tramps or mischievous boys have lighted fires whose flumes were fed from appearances by the doors of cupboards Stair railings and other Small pieces of Woodwork Quot of the House. In Many places the floor has been Burnt almost tron go and How the House Bas escaped from a fire is a wonder. With carbonized ends of Wood hideous and revolting pictures have been drawn upon the pure White Walls together with words of indecent character. The plaster Centre ornaments of tho rooms have been the Mark for the Intro Dora to shy empty bottles and stones at and All Are greatly damaged. Door knobs Bells and their wires pulls water faucets the paraphernalia of the Bath room and every thing of a like movable nature have been wrenched from their fastenings and carried away. Window shutters have also disappeared though probably Burnt As fuel add not taken from the House. Such a scene of wreck and desolation Caa scarcely be found within thirty Miles of the City of new York. One might imagine such a wreck among the desolation of the South but in the prosperous North its history is unparalleled. The House has this sad Story. Built but a few years ago it passed into the Possession of a wealthy new York Mer Chaut who used every Endeavor to make it a Home of Beauty no expense was spared Aud the Honse and ground boo amp noted for their appropriate belongings. The Minatr Ltd a a a if the. Honse film wife of Tnp owner unfortunately there sickened and died. The friends gathered to Uttend the funeral and the body was borne from its bean Tinl earthly Homo to the cemetery. The last to leave the Bonse was its owner and be turning the key in the lock left it just As it was to its Fate. The neighbors clamoured for Days for Entrance but no one was within Aud All attempts to persuade its owner w to had gone to new York to return to it were unavailing. Attempts were made to rent or Purchase it but to neither plan would the owner accede. If sold at All the ground should be sold for a cent Ely. On their peril he forbade his neighbors to enter the House. The thieves of the neighbourhood soon found out the Rich Field and for nights pillaged it. The constables hearing of this Laid in wait in the House one night and arrested three Meu of they were rolling up the Fine carpets for the purpose of taking them away. Tho owner when notified to appear and prose Ente the thieves not Only refused to do so but threatened to prosecute the Constable for entering his Nous baying it was bad enough to have three thieves breaking into a nouse sacred to the memory of his wife without having As Many constables also therein. Some friends seeing the Peculiar state of feeling of the owner removed the balance of the furniture to a Safe place and the House re mails open to the world. Bad persons congregate there and the Honse it night is supposed to be the resort of thieves and robbers. _ some years ago a squatter settled himself in a Little gardeners House on the property and plows the land and reaps his crops a if the fee simple rested for. From tho Westminster review hoods harried life. Socrates Job Milton Byron Shelley with Many others have been unhappy in their wives. It is pleasant therefore to know that hoods a Case was a Bright exception. Despite the sorrows hardships and life Long disease that crippled his energies and his married life the Union was a sing Lurly Happy one. Mrs. Hood was o to menu of cultivated mind great moral Worth and literary sympathies. She was her Lisbon do a constant Urso through on illness that never left him cheered him when doll acted of amanuensis and in ring the Hist few years of Bis life so devoted to him her whole time and thoughts that latterly Hood became restless and unable to write unless she was near. Seldom have the words of the great novelist who was al Quot a for loss u Grettle a a Pilj 1x a univ bios a to qty realized than in the person of mra Hood a to woman a a a when pain and anguish wring the brow a ministering Angel thou a she needed a Sweet temper to put up with a husband so brimful of fun and practical jokes As Hood. Nothing seemed to ruffle her temper and she was always ready to Lang even when against herself. The reason was that she knew and loved her husband perfectly. Nothing could shake her Confidence in him and the rogue was Apt at times to take advantage of her Faith. She required to keep a strict watch on every letter she wrote for if she left it for any time in Hood a presence he would take advantage of her nose acc to change tho a a tsp into a ifs a and after interlining Here and there the most extraordinary statements to add by Way of Climax some ludicrously comical postscript. Their children Tell us that she was a capital subject tor his fun for she believed implicitly in whatever he told her however improbably and though vowing seriously not to be taken in again she was sure to be can ghz her innocent face of wonder and belief added greatly to the zest of the jokes. On one occasion when living at the coast Hood gave his wife some useful hints on buying fish. A above All things Jane a said lie a was they will Endeavor to impose upon your inexperience let nothing induce you to buy a plaice that has any of red or Orange spots a they Are sure signs of an advanced stage of accordingly mrs. Hood on the Faith of her newly acquired knowledge was quite prepared to do Battle with tho cunning tis women one of whom called shortly afterwards. The other three sailors probably famished rare Terra Del Fuegman feast soon after. At last accounts the captains widow like a woman of business was recruiting a Crew at punt Arenas to continue Uio voyage with the vessel of which she is the principal owner. A a a a it Quot Quot a f1 a a a word to Stem Fathera. It never can to too. Strongly impressed non the mind that nothing releases a Parent from his duties toward a child. No waywardness no disobedience no rebellion no profligacy can justify a father in casting a son or Dang ter adrift to hear of sons being cast off with a shilling of daughters being forbidden their fathers Honse and without any except tue such costs Are proof that of whatever fits the children May have then guilty the father is even More guilty. No person can Eurry Pinr us inner Ticie Torso Jurrat Caruno As a father commits who is tons false to the Trust which to himself Bas imposed who thus thrusts off from himself the Sony which he called into being. A father should be governed by no motive but his child s Best interests and a child a Best interests Ean never to served by anything but Bis fathers constant and Loving cd re. If u child is so bad that his influence is feared on the other children b separation Between them May to effected. If it is feared that Money bestowed on Bim will be for his injury provision May be made against that As in the cd be i Nave mentioned. But when a father in a fit of anger or As a Reward for ill doing disinherit or refuses to Seo h�3 child to commits a crime which tho Laws indeed do not recognize but Whoso guilt it would Tako Many a Legal crime to outweigh. There should be absolutely no limit to parental forgiveness and forbearance. Seven times and seventy times seven should the father receive the prodigal son who seeks his face and if to never seeks his face and if he never seeks it if he goes stubborn and rebellions not Ono atom of fatherly care and interest should relax for the child is his child his offspring born of his will and Noi violence can release the Man from hi3 violence obligation to guard and guide so for As possible the life which he dared to give.�?. Ladies ile Mitory. An abortionists Fate. In the Case of or. Oliver w. Ried who was convicted in Philadelphia of per. Farming a criminal surgical operations As it f judge Suu delivered a lengthy and happened the woman had nothing but very Able opinion overruling the motion plaice which she turned Over und Over j for a new trial. Praising their freshness and Beauty. Mrs. This is a very important opinion in a blood however was too Sharp she was Legal View for it decides for the first time not to be taken in the obnoxious spots j that the wife of a co defendant not on Tucic in a Alu Luc i trial Mon a competent witness wealth unless sue ecu for the corny ceo Uto Tull Alliy protested that they were fresh from the. _. Water. The cautions buyer give by Shook t on the ground that her testimony might her head and with a look of infinite w�3- tend to Criminate her husband. / _ Doin combined with a certain sad pity for it will be remembered that the parti the woman s supposed dishonesty observed a my Good woman it May be As you say but 1 could never think of buying any plaice with those unpleasant red spot a a lord bless yer eyes mum a replied the astonished Tishe Nroman with a shot a who Ever seed plaice without spots a a suppressed Giggle on the stairs behind her revel used the Yoke and turning cups in minis was indicted jointly with Darreid and several Days before the trial he married the girl and then when the ease was called on he claimed a separate trial. The girl was examined for the Commonwealth against or. Reid and without her testimony he could not have been convicted. Before sentence was passed upon him her head hastily mrs. Ii Oody caught sight j he said to the court a a your Honor i of her in Saml hurriedly disappearing in feel it my duty to my family and my an ecstacy of laughter leaving her to a j friends to repeat now what i have always Pease the angry sea Nymph As she could j said that As god is my judge i am in the most careless Reader of Hood s life 1 tirely innocent of this charge i have cannot fail to be struck by the happiness been made the victim of a foul conspiracy of the poet and his family in the midst of i to Ruiu me Aud having already suffered continual difficulties Aud broken health Lor the guilty party i am resigned to suf mrs. Hood is constantly talking of her fer still . Her private letters teem with the j Edge said or. Reid i have heard i sentences beginning a Hood said this a j what Yuu have said and reply to you that a Hood did that a a flood took me to such your Case was tried by an honest and the intense lovable Ness of the Tell Igent jury of your own selection and in him. The owner has refused to notice him or turn him out last Spring a certain general in the United states army offered to rent or buy tho property but Dot being himself a cemetery or possessing any of tho religious or soothing influences of that locality his Appeal was rejected. On All other subjects the owner is said to be most rational and carries on a Large business with great Success. The property is valued at $35,000.�?jv. J. Mechanic. Fruit culture old error Corr cd. 1. Instead of a a trimming a pm Trees according to the old fashion to make them Long legged and Long armed trim them Down so of to make them even snug and symmetrical. 2. Instead of manuring heavily in a Small Circle at the foot of the tree spread tho manure if needed at All broadcast Over the whole surface. 3. Instead of spading n Small Circle about the Stem cultivate tho whole surface broadcast. 4. Prefer a Well pulverized clean surface in an Orchard with a moderately Rich soil to heavy manuring and n sur fact covered with a hard crust Atid weeds or grass. 5. Remember that it is hotter to set out ted Trees with All the necessary care to make them live and flourish than to set out a Hundred Trees and have them All die from carelessness. C 6. Remember that tobacco is a Poison and will kill insects rapidly if properly applied to them and is one of the Best drags for fleeing fruit Trees rapidly of Small vermin and is better used in this Way than to make men repulsive and diseased. A country gentleman. A the Best foot hold a Boot Jack. Man manifests itself in his life and poetry he was essentially a f Unity Roan joking with his wife contriving All sorts of tricks and games for his children and after a severe night s labor stealing into their bedroom to leave upon their Pillow some comical sketch to amuse ten Mon waking. The first few years of Bis married life were the most unclouded Hood f ver knew and he much needed some Little happiness to Board no against the bitter years that were fast comings the Yonng couple lived for some years in Robert Street Adelphi Hood was a thorough Cockney and though doomed by the faults of others to pass the Best part of Bis life on the by counsel of mat ability who employed All their skill and learning in your defence und you Havo been found guilty. An Earnest Effort has been Mado to set Side that verdict but without Success. Yours was a crime that has of late become prevalent to. A terrible extent and it becomes the duty of All Good citizens to suppress it with severity und firmness. I have heard that upon one of tho most fashionable and wealthy avenues of Ltd neighbouring City ha3 been established a Palace within whose Walls this nefarious business of yours has been carried of by the wholesale. _ a i am determined that no such ins Titu continent was never at Home out of Lou-1 Tion shall thrive Here. It is painful to me Don. Only a City bred Many one familiar to sentence you but i owe a duty to 60-Witli the misery and Squal Duess and sin piety before which All private consider of City life could have written the a Bong tons fade out of View. You Are a Man of of the shirt culture and by a proper course of living a. Aronld have been a useful and honorable Abrl Llang Story from Pang Only. Citizen. But Yon Havo brought upon yourself utter rain not into in suit of the patagonian have recently Yaindl rated their traditional title to being considered tho Savages Aud most barbarous Raco of the face of the Earth. A British Brigantine Baliag an american Captain named Barnes attempted to make the passage in March lost through the Straits of Magellan instead of going a a round the while passing through tho Captain s curiosity was Aronsen As to the character of the inhabitants and country and notwithstanding the naked giants who came aboard the vessel gave abundant evidence of the r ferocity the Captain Bod the Hardihood to go ashore with two of Bis men and n boy for the purpose of a a looking the Dvo Turous explorers not returning the same night the mate became alarmed and proposed to take another boat and seek them. Strangely enough the captains wife who appears to have been the real master spirit on the vessel forbade this. Despite her remonstrances How Oviver tho mate tho next Day did a go ashore Atid before he had gone fifty Yards through the Dork and gnarled Forest came non the mangled body of Captain Barnes with both Bis legs cat off in a shocking cruel and Hanking fashion just above the Knees. He had Ulso been stripped of his clothing and two deep wounds were found on his person one on Bis forehead and the other in Bis left breast. A an attack by a larger body of Savages compelled the party to get Hack to the ship with All Speed and the wind favor ing they managed to escape from a formidable band of Paranee in canoes. The captains body had to to kit behind and any exalted aim but in tie prosecution of a secret und infamous crime which i am bound to punish to the fullest extent of. The Law. ,. The sentence of tho court is that you a Fine of $500 and undergo an i Inoris of mint of 0 years and 5 months in tho Eastern Penitentiary. A a. A Small Pon remedy. A correspondent of tho Stockton Cal Herald writes As follows a i append a recipe which has been used Tox my knowledge in hundreds of cases. It. A will prevent or cure Small pox though the Pittings Are filling. When Jenner discovered cow pox in England a the world of science hurled an Ava Lupcho upon his head but when the most scientific school of Medicine in the world that of eat is published this recipe of a Panacea for Small pox it passed unheeded it is unfailing As Fate and conquers in every instance. It is harmless when taken by a Well Pepeou. It will also cure Scarlet fever. Here is the recipe of i have used it and cured my children of Scarlet fever und tho Small pox when Learned physicians said tho patient must die it ended sulphate of Zinc one Grain Fox Glove digitalis one Grain Nulf u teaspoonful of a water. When thoroughly a mixed Odd four ounces of water. Either disease will. Disappear in twelve Honra. For a Cluj smaller doses according to age. If noun v tries would compel their physicians to use this there would to no next of pm Horas. If you., advice and experience use the for that Temble disease

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