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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - March 1, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaThe Montrose Democrat. E. B. Hawley , pa., wednesday March 1, 1871. Volume xxviii number 9. §usinc55 kurd. J. D. Vail . He Puma Nentl himself in Montro a when to will promptly Otteni to cd Caito in i proft Loo with which to univ al anted office and residence West of the Conn a hts Fuch a Wahoo no a office Montrose. February. 1871. Law office pitch a Watson. Attorneys it Law at the old office of Bentton a pitch Montroal. A. Jan. 11, 7t. W. W. Watson. Charles n. Stoddard orator in boots and shots. Tint and Cap leather and Wundt Nofs main strut. It do or below Boyd store. Work main to order and repairing done neatly. Hoa Troea. Jan. 1,1s70. Littles a Blakeslee attorney and counsellor to Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by . A 0. T Loti la. On main Street. Montrose a. April 90, a. A. Irr Rul of of. P. Little. S. L. Blak suck. R. Megnon. C. Pecbot. W. H. Uccat. Hek Veszie Fai Ikot amp co. Healer in dry goods. Clothing Lariar and Elise Flat shoes Mia agent for the great american tee and Coffee company Montrose. Pay a 1, to Lewis knoi.i., �bavts0 and Haiti a Tessino. Shop la the new pop Toffice Hill dons. Where he will Hetland ready to attend All who my want Anthlny in i line. Nut Rose. A oct. 11 1sc9. P. Reynolds accotto Neery Sells Der Good and merchant xes Atoo attend at Venuta All order left at my Bouse will receive prompt attention. Oct. 1,16g-tf o. 5l Hawley dealer in dry goods. Gr0ckbir8. Crockery. Hardware. Data Cap. . Read made clothing Planta of Etc. New Mahford. A. A sept. A c9. Or. S. W. Dayton phtbtc7an a sir Ikon. Tender i Erces 1� the Cut Lena of great rend and to in Ltd office at i Rex Odence. Opposite Barnum douse. G l Bend a Lilac. Sept. 1st. Iso. If Law office. Chamber in a Mccoy Lum. Attorney and Coen al Lara at Law. Office in the Brick Block a a the Bank. Montrose Ang. 4. If a a a Cla Ruiu. A j. B. Mccollom. A. Amp d. B. Lathrop dealers in dry goods. Groceries i Eckey and Eusa Ware. Table and pocket Cutler. Relate Oil Dye a Toff. That. Boot and boo Frol leather. Be refinery a. Brick Block. A Djou Nung the an roae. Auyuta a. 18r> a if a. Lamar d. R. La Moon Joett is a or. A. Warrenv attorney a. Law. Bounty Keck a. Petelot end Ossmo claims attended m off a a or below Boyd store. Wontrop a. An l. K9 n. C. Sutton auctioneer and insurance agent Ulolo Protso drills a. C. S. Gilbert r. Fik Auto Ioner. In 1 qty great Bend a. A 511 Ely u. 8. Auto Ioner. Car. 1, 1pc9. Address Brooklyn is 10h5 Groves Honable Tau or Moltrum. A shop Over Chandler a store. Apr it ret in in re i nth Rytir Ittin done no abort notice and warranted to fit. W. W. Smith Cabinet and chair manu1 a a of male Street. Montrose. A Jang 1. 1su9 h. Bobbitt Deal bran Staple and fancy or Good Crocker hardware Iron stores Der. Oil and pm my out and shoes net a Caps fair. Bulla Poe Erley pro Slons a Newm Liford Padr. Al p. Hines Baa arms Bently located at por be of practising Medicine and Surg crying a it Ethea. Be May be of a Ond at the Jackson Zoese oboe Honre from 8 a a. To 8 p m. Prie Siville a. Log. 1 a w3 it bold amp Row and i a Iwanck a Matt my Arata Pru Moitt. On Lair Turma. Office film door North of a Motroe notel a it id a a Mablie Aero of Mon tro a. A. Ang . A a tort Smock a a pc tvs l. Blow. Pm. D. Lusk attorney at Law. Metro a. A. Offline of o Elte the Tarball Hooke of arise Coort How aug. 1. or. W. W. Smith Dent it. Boom Over Boyd a Corwin Harr a rare Stern. Office hours from 9 a. M. To 4 i. D Montrose aug. 1,_ Abel ti7bbeli, Dri Frd Strugs a Patent it indic id Carml Csir lie nor. Pal atm Oila or Ruff \ Arnishe. Win Tilas tir curries la us Ware wll nod Quot Indor paper 8toneware, Lam i. Karo it e. Machinery Oil Tya Esea. Gana ammo nation Kule. Spectacles a pyrite fancy Good jewelry. Prfu. Selag one of the not Namma. It Earl. And pm liable collection of goods in established to ims. Munro Epa. D. Of. Searle Atto net at Law. Office Over the store of a. Lathrop. In the Brick Block. Montrose. A. Al o now l Michah Dsoris hot Nicias a a Koeus. Lender by. services to the Cut Lena of Montrose and at he residence on the Corner East of Sarr a Bros. Foundry. Aug. I lfi�9 do. R l. Gardner physician end so Bugeon. Montrose. A. Glow special to diseases of the heart and Lang Tod 11 surgical diseases Offley Orr w. Has i boards at Searle a botel. Aug. 1. In a bvrs8 a Nichols in drugs. Medicine chemicals Dye As tyls Palat. Olla varnish Liquore. Ftp ices. Fenc it pm t my Patent Moll cinch. Perfin crr and toilet a a prescription carefully compounded Sii ave one above Searls e Uriel. Jio Otro a. A ars Bema a Amo in Cuoto. Aug 1, iffy. A e. L Handrick rate clan a 8�o�oubon. tender i Profeta Vional services to the citizen of Friend Erifile . I office inthe office of or. Lee a it tvs at j. Hosford s. Aug. 1.18>m. Prof. 510rris, go to Barbo rets Uto than Ira for the kind cat shot Quot a his him to get the Best tit a 1 i but it time to Tell the whole Story but come a Effir Yoor sevc s3tat the old stand. No loud a hug allowed in the a hop. April is. A Tutu. Don i stay Oal late to neg he the heart of Home u beaming with rays of Rosy la get and Loving eyes Are gleaming. As Falls the shades of night and while by Steps Are leaving that Circle pure and Bright a tender voice halt grieving says a a Don t stay late the world in which thou moves is Busy Brave and wide the world of her thou Lovest is at her Ingle Side she Waits for thy warm greeting thy smile is her Delight her gentle voice entreating. Say a a done Mitty Ute to night Quot the world cold and inhuman we spurn thee if thou fall the love of one pure woman outlasts and Shames them All thy children will cling Roand thee let Fate be dark or Bright at Home no Shaft can wound thee then a a Don t stay late to night Quot thl Ngi that never die. The pure the Bright the Beautiful that stirred our hearts in youth the impulse to a wordless prayer the dreams of love and truth the longings after something lost the spirit s yearning cry the striving after better Hope these things can never die the timid hand stretched Forth to Aid a brother in his need. The kindly word in grief dark hour that proves a Friend indeed the plea for merry softly breathed when Justice threatens High. The borrow or a contrite heart these thing can never die. The memory of a clasping hand the pressure of a kiss and All the trifles Sweet Aad Fleet that made no love s first Bliss if with a firm unchanging Faith and holy Trust and High met those bands have clasped those ups have these things shall never die. The cruel and the bitter word to amp i wounded As it fell the chilling want of sympathy we Feci but never Tell the hard repulse that chills the heart whose Hopes were bounding High in on unfading record kept. These thing shall never die let nothing pass for every hand must find some work to do Loso not a Enance to women Rove be Linn and just and True so shall a Light that cannot fad beam on thee from on High. And Angel voices say to thee Quot these things shall never and witticism. Stunt Brothers p Brant of. A Vuk Pluto a Boutt Denton is hardware Iron steel nails a fakes shovels ,deb8 hardware most East. Cost Brunk let t rail 8pikk Bijj Load a Luviso &uppue6. Camb Tab 6paht06. Axle amp 6k�1h8 an rb0z&a. Bolts Mars cd a Biz amps plat so bands. Malls Abs a bomb nvb8.8pukes, psllos8. Seat 8pjndlbs, bvvt8, a. Of evils. Vices stocks and dibs. Bbl Lowb . Files . Eno lab and mill8awb, bal tire. Packing a a Tiofil blocks plaster Paris Cement. Bair it Grindstone. Vrm9cb window Glass. Leather it findings r Fairbanks scale. Cra Atna a Arcuti. A. A Roll sea of Pennsylvania. Rhib institution will reopen for the Spring term of 24 weeks of Friday feb by 1871. _ for Naea so Mem catalogue and other in Thoa h bubbow8. Pres wet Artrea Lynnl of amp be p. O., Centre co. A mmz4 Turrell ?ifuancou5. A avoid debt he that Paya Down will not be called Bujron to up. A when Reeo Lydiera like Good flannel when they Dou t Eli rink. A hypocrites Are the very ones to cry that there s no such word As can t. A a question for naturalists ought a a Nauru a a to he called a Ore runner ? a Why should one never sleep in the cars the train runs Over the sleepers. A when Riding a Donkey what kind of fruit do Vou represent a Pear. A a Why is intoxication like a was bowl a ask Sam How Kase it am a if a woman were to change her sex of what religion would she he a he then. A stages run so slow in some parts of Vermont that the chickens Roost of the axles. A the latest version a a eat drink and be merry for to Morrow Yon tee a a a Are cats Good to eat Mother a a a a of course they Are my son a Good to eat a an Avn Tous Man after having kindled his fire stuck a Cork in the end of the Bellows to save a Little wind that wus left in them. A or. Digby says he has a great railway at Home but has never yet been Able to conduct her. A Why Are Birds melancholy in the morning ? because their Little Bills Are All Over Dew a reason Why a piano was not saved at a fire was because none of the firemen could play on it. A a tale More harrowing than any of Sylyanus Cobb so the Tail of Clark Mill s equestrian statue. Why is a Clergyman like a locomotive ? because you Are to look out ror him when the Bell rings. A an illiterate Man is derided for that which in a Man of education Wing applause making his Mark. Reading Pennsylvania s first politician now in Europe is Dot Only a Heister Bat also a Climer. A a school girls con nun drum is what state is round on both ends and High in the Middle Ohio. A Anna Story was recently married to Robert Short. A very pleasant Way of making a Story Short. A Why is the sheriff like a coquette a because be gets a new Man on a string every once in a while. A a sign announcing a the Van no cure a is Bong ont from the window of an eating House in London. A a the Light of other Days has and a Good Job too for who would like Oil lamps in preference to Gas a a a Western paper hint that or. Seward a chum the Mikado is an irishman and that Bis real motels Mcadoo. Galton a doctrine of hereditary Genius illustrated a nines sop it the foot o Bis class in the military Academy a jokes pointed but not a by up the Story of a Valentine. When my Friend Captain terrible United states Navy dines at my Plain table i am always a Little abashed. I know that he bos been accustomed always to a variety of wines and sauces and a cigarette after each coarse and to a cookery that would kill an undeveloped american. So when the Captain turns the castors round three times before selecting his condiment and when his eyes seem to be seeking for Worcestershire Sanee and Burgundy wine i Feci the poverty of the Best feast i can furnish him. I am afraid Veteran Magazine readers will feel thus about the Ola Little Story i have to Tell. For 1 have observed of late that even the Short stories Are highly seasoned and 1 cannot Bear to disappoint readers. So let to just honestly write Over the Gateway to this Story a warning. I have to Cayenne Pepper. No Worcestershire Sanee. No Cognac. No cigarettes. No murders. No suicides. No broken hearts. No lovers quarrels no angry father. No pistols and Coffee. No arsenic. No Luna Annan. No shrewd detectives no trial fur murder. No a a heartless no a a dec dyed villain with a Curling now if after this warning you have the courage to go on i am not responsible. Hubert said i might print it if i would disguise the names it come ont quite incidentally. We were discussing the woman question. I am a a a woman a Hubert the Rev. Hubert Lee i should say pastor of the a first cur cd a and indeed the Only Church in Allen Ville is nut though i flatter myself i have made some impression on him. But the discussion took place in Una berth a own Hunse and wishing to give a Pleura it torn at the end i suppose he told me How a year and a half before he Hud a used up one we Mun a rights Man who was to other than old or. Hood the physician that has had charge of the physical health of Hubert and myself from the beginning. Unlike most of Bis profession the doctor has always been a Radical and even the wealth that has come in poo of Lute years has left him quite As much of a Radical at least in theory As Ever before. Indeed the old doctor is not very inconsistent in practice for he bos educated his Only daughter Cornelia to his own profession and l believe she took her m. D. With honors though she has lately spoiled her prospects by marrying. But socially he has become a Little aristocratic seeking an exclusive association with his wealthy neighbors. And this does not look very Well in ode who when he was poor was particularly bitter on a a purse ,,.� j a a i suppose Ilia of Felt this. Certainly i did and therefore i enjoyed the conversation that he repeated to me All the More. It seems that my Friend Hubert had been away at the Seminary fur three years and that having at last conquered in his great Battle against poverty and having Gui cd an education in spite of difficulties and having supplied a City Church acceptably for some months during the absence of the pastor in Europe he came Back to our native Village to rest on Bis laurels a few weeks and decide which of three impecunious Calls he would accept. When a list about to leave he took it into his head for some reason to a drop in on old doctor Hood. It was nine of clock in the morning and the doctors partner was making morning Calls w Hile the old gentlemen sat in the office to attend to any that might seek his services. This particular morning happened to be unfortunate one for there were no ague stricken patients to be seen and there was not even a Case of minor 6urgery to relieve the tediousness of the morning office hour. Perhaps it was tor this reason perhaps it was for the Sake of old acquaintance that he gave Hubert a most cordial reception and launched at once a Uto a sea of vivacious talk. Cornelia who was in the office excused herself on the ground that she was cramming for Hei final examination and seated herself at a window with her Book. A a i am afraid 1 take your time doctor a said Hubert. A a 0, no i am giving up practice to my partner or. Beck and shall give it All to him in a year or a a to him and miss Cornelia a queried Hubert laughing. For it was currently reported that the Young doctor and Cornelia. Were to form a partnership in other then professional affairs. Either because be wished to attract his attention or for some other reason. Hubert soon managed to Tarn the conversation to the subject of women a rights and the old doctor and the Young person were soon burling at one another All the Staple and now somewhat tale arguments about woman a fitness and to Maui a unfitness for Many things. At last perhaps because be was a Little concerned Hubert Baid a a now doctor there was a queer thing happened to a student in my class in the Seminary. I done to suppose doctor that you Are much interested in a love Story hat i would just like to Tell you this one because i think you dare not apply your principles to it in every part. Theories often fail when practically applied you a a go on Hugo on to like to hear the Story. And As for my principles Bear applying anywhere Frand the older rubbed his bands together confidently a a this Friend of mine Henry Gilbert a said Hubert a was like my self. Poor. A Long time ago when he was q Little boy the son of a poor widow the lot on which he lived joined it the Back the lot on which lived q or. Morton at that time a thriving merchant now the principal capitalist in that part of the country. As there was q Back Gate Between the lots my Friend was the constant playmate from earliest childhood of Jennie Morton. He built her play houses ont of old boards be moulded Clay bricks for her use and carved tiny toys ont of Pine blocks for her amusement. As be grew larger and a a Jennie s father grew Richer Ana came to live in greater style Henry grew Moe shy. But by All the unspoken language of the a yes Tbs two never Fifield to a Oast their unchanging regard known to each other. A a Henry went to College Early. At vocation time the two met Bat the growing difference in their social condition could not but be Felt Jennies friends were of a different race from his own. Her parents never thought of inviting him to their entertainments. And if they bad a Rusty coat and a Lack of Money to spend on kid gloves would have effectually kept him away. He was proud. This apparent neglect stung him. It is True that Jennie Morton was All the More kind but his Quick and foolish Pride made him fancy that he detected pity in her kindness. And yet All this Only made him determined to place himself in a position in which he could ask her band As her equal. But Yoa do not understand doctor As i do Bow irresistible is this conviction of duty in regard to the ministry. Under that pressure my Friend settled it that be Mast reach. And now there was before him a Good ten years of poverty at least what should he do about it a a in his extremity he took advice of a favorite theological professor. The professor advised him not to seek the hand of a Ricoli girl. She would not be suited to the trials of a minister s life. But finding that Hemy was firm in his opinion that this sound general principle did not in the least apply to this particular Case the pro lessor proceeded to Tonch the tendered chord in the Young Man s heart. He told him that it won id be ungenerous und in some sense dishonourable for him to take a woman delicately brought up into the poverty and trial incident to u minister s wife. If you understand sir. How morbid his Senee of Honor is Yon would not wonder at the impression this suggestion made upon him. To give no a lie ministry was in his mind to be a traitor to duty and to god. To win her if be coaids was to treat a generously her whose happiness was dearer to him a thousand times than his a a i Hope he did not give her up a said the doctor. A a yes he gave her up in a doable spirit of mediaeval self san Fly. Looking toward the ministry be surrendered Bis love As some of the old monks sacrificed love ambitious and All other things to conscience. Looking at her happiness to sacrificed his Hopes to a More than Knightly Devotion to her welfare. The knights sometimes gave their lives he gave More. A a for three years he did not Trust himself to return to his Home. But having graduated and settled himself for nine months Over a Church there was no reason Why he should t go to see Bis Mother again. And once in the Village the sight of the school Bouse nud the old Church revived a thousand memories that he had ecu a act a Ruiu god met eth 00 a ufus a walks und especially the Apple Trees that Are the most in chargeable of landmarks revived the old passion with undiminished Power. He paced the room at night he looked out at the new Bouse o his Rich neighbor. He chafed under restraint of his vow not to think again of Jeunie Morton. It was the old Story of the Monk who thinks the world subdued but who finds it All at once about to assume the Mastery of him. I do Dot know How the struggle might have ended but it was All at once stopped from without. A a there reached him a Rumor that Jennie was already the betrothed wife of a colonel Pearson who was her fathers partner in business. And indeed. Colonel Pearson went in and out at or. Morton s Gate every evening and the hither was known to Favot his suit. A Jennie was not engaged to him however. Three times she had refused him. The fourth time in. Deference to her fathers Wisher she had consented to think about it for a week. In truth Henry bad been Home ten Days and had not called non her and All the Hopes she imd cherished in that direction and All the weary waiting seemed in vain. When the colonels week was nearly out she heard that Henry was to leave in two Days. In a sort of desperation she determined to accept colonel Pearson without waiting for the time a pointed for the answer. But that gentleman boiled it All by his Over Confidence. A a for when he called after Jennie had determined on this coarse he found her so full of kindness that he Bardln knew Bow to behave with moderation. And so he fell to flattering her and flattering himself at the same time that he knew All the ins und outs of a girls heart he complimented her on the Many offers she had received. A a a and i Tell you what a he proceeded a there Are plenty of others that would Lay their Heads at Vona feet if they were Only your Edna la there s that Young person Gilbert i think they Call him that is visiting his Mother in the unpainted and threadbare looking House that stands behind this Oue. In be actually seen that fellow in his Rusty Musty coat Stop and look after you on the Street and every night when i go Home he is sitting at the window tha Hooks Over this was. The poor fool is in love with Yon. Only think of it 1 and i chuckle to myself when i see him and say a done to Yon wish von could reach so High ? i declare its fun a a in that one speech colonel. Pearson dashed his chances to pieces. He could not account for the sudden return of Winter in Jennie Morton a manner. And ail Bis Bunstine was powerless to dispel it or to bring Back the least approach to Spring. A poor Jennie Yon can imagine doctor How she paced the floor for All that night. She began to understand something of the Eoa rage of Hehry Gilbert heart aq4 bom ething of the manliness of his motives. All night Long a he watched the Light Horning in the room in the widows House and All night Iona she debated the matter until her Hutul ached. She could reach but one conclusion. Henry was to leave the Day after to Morrow. If after communication should Ever be opened Between them she most begin a a g a w had seen him Drifting away from her forever and Mast throw him a rope. I Tiok amp woman s right Man a Yoo Raeff Wood hardly justify her however in taking any step of the a a l certainly ,1 said the do tej. A a but she could not Fiad a Way she had do rope to throw. Again the colonel meaning to do anything else of a that opened the Way. At the breakfast table the next morning she received from him a magnificent Valentine. All at once she saw her method. It was St Valentine s Day. The rope was in her hand. Excusing herself from breakfast she hastened Toner room. A a to Send b Valentine to the faithful Lover was the uppermost thought Bat How ? she dare not write her name for after All she might be mistaken in counting on his love or she might offend Bis prejudices or Bis Pride by so direct an approach. 8he went fumbling in a drawer for stationary. She Drew ont a Little Pine boat that Henry had whittled for her Many years before. He had named it a Hope but the combined Wisdom of the Little boy and girl could net succeed in spelling the name correctly. And there was the Little old boat he bad Given saying often afterwards that it was the boat they two were going to bail in some Day. The misspent name bad been the subject of Many a laugh Between them. Now but of sentimental. A a it did not take Jennie Long to draw an Eloot likeness of the Little Craft. And that there might be no mistake about it she spelled the name on the aide of the boat a a there was not another word in the. Valentine. Sealing it up Bhe harried out with it and dropped it in the Post office. No merchant sending All his Fortune to sea in one it Tail bark Ever watched the departure and trembled for the result of the tent Are As she did. Spain did not Pray half so fervently when the invincible Armada sailed. It was an uttered prayer an unutterable pray1-heart and nope were the lading of the Little picture boat that sailed out that Day with no other wind but her wishes in its sails a a she sat at her window until she saw Henry Gilbert pass the next Street Corner on his morning walk to the Post office. Three minutes after he went borne evidently in a great state of excitement with her Valentine open in his band. After a while he went Back again toward the Post office and returned. Had he Token a reply a a Jennie again sought the office. There were people All around with those things that they Call Valentines open in their bands and they actually seemed to think them funny. She had a reply. It did not take her Long to find her room and to open it there was another picture of a boat but the name on its Side read and these words were added a you boat is the pleasantest but in Ptah Grupy it i have been obliged a take passage on slowly the meaning forced itself upon her. Henry had fears that she whom be thought engaged was co quetting with him. I think doctor you will hardly justify her in proceeding further with the correspondence of Quot a a Why not Hasni to a woman As much right to make herself understood in such a matter As a Man ? and when the social advantages Aro on her Side the Burden of making the advances often fall non her. Many women do it indirectly Ana Are not a a Well you know pm conservative doctor but to glad you re consistent she did Send another Valentine. I am afraid she strained this figure of speech about the boat but when everything in the world depends on one metaphor it will not do to be fastidious. Jennie Drew again the Little boat with misspent name. And this time she added five words a the masters place is vacant a a and quite late m the afternoon the reply was left at the door i am an applicant for the vacant place if you will take that of master s a a Good a cried the doctor a i always advocated giving woman every Liberty in these a a but i will bump you yet doctor a said Hubert a a that evening Gough was to lecture in the Village and my Friend went not to Bear Gough but to see miss Jenny Morton at a distance. Somehow in the stupefaction of revived Hope he had not thought of going to the House to Sec her yet he had postponed Bis departure and had thrown Tway his scruples. Knowing How much opposition he would have to contend with he thought if he thought at All that he must proceed with caution. But some time after the lecture began he discovered the Morton family without Jennie 1 slowly it All dawned non him. She was at Home waiting for him. He was near the front of the Church in which the lecture was held and every Inch of aisle was full of people. To get out was not easy. But of he thought of Jennie waiting it became a matter of life and death. If the House bad been on fire be would not have been More intent on making his exit he reached the door he passed the happiest evening of his life Only to awoke to sorrow for Jennies father is a dead set against the a a he has no right to interfere a said the doctor vehemently. A a you see i stand by my a Bat in i Tell the Story ont i am afraid you won id not a said Hubert Quot Why Isnit it Dono a a i beg your Pardon doctor fur having used a Little Craft. I had much at a take i have disguised this Story in its details. But it is True i am the hero a the doctor looked quickly toward his daughter. Her head was Bent Tow Over her Book. Her Long hair Hong about it like a curtain shotting oot All View of the face. The doctor walked to the other window and looked out Hubert sat like a Mummy. After a minute or. Hood spoke a a Cornelia r she lifted a fare that wus aflame. Tears glistened in her eyes and i doubt not there was a prayer in Ber heart a you Are a Brave girl i bad other plans. You have a right to choose. For Voort Elt god bless you both. But its a great pity a is not a lawyer. Heple Aad amp it saying be on his Bat and walked oat this Bethe conversation that Halbert repeated to me that Day sitting in Bis own Little parsonage in Altonville. A minute after a amp Weizt 8hetool�qi�b�by from her crib and Bent Over Ber till the same Long bar curtained Mother and child from sight. Quot i think a said Hubert a that you Folk who write love stories make a great mistake in stopping at marriage. The Hony Moon never truly begins until conjugal affection is enriched by this holy partnership of Loving hearts in the life of a child. The Climax of a love Story is not tho wedding. It is the baby 1�?� a what do you Call her a i asked a a Hope a said the Mother. A a Hope Valentine a added the father with a significant smile. A a and you spell Hope with an a a i believe a i said. A you naughty in a said mrs. Cornelia. A a you be been telling. You think that love Story is interesting to others because Jwo enjoy it so Muchvo Scribner to month Peculiar people. The extravagant Man hired a cab to look out for an omnibus. The Man of gallantry escorted his scotch Mother in Law underneath the Mistletoe although he knew beforehand that Bhe had been taking sniff. The 8angnine Man expected to find a policeman when he wanted one. The credulous Man believed the Assurance of a cab Driver that a Long circuit was needful because the streets were being paved. The Lazy Man allowed his fire to go ont rather than ring the Bell to bid somebody to poke it then cheerful Man enjoyed the half hour that he spent in waiting for his dentist the punctual Man served out the soup for 1---�?1 Quot o univ three of them bad actually arrived at the appointed hour for eating it. The Hasty Man sat Down to read a Paradise lost and afterwards was heard to boast that he got through it at a sitting. The hopeful mau twice gave a cab Driver a Sovereign for a shilling and twice cherished the delusion that it would be returned to him. The Man of fortitude was Brave enough to open his front door himself when he saw the tax gatherer the Gas mau and the rate collector Knock at it the cautious Man never went a mile away from Home without taking his umbrella with him and put aug a Corkscrew pen and Ink and a Bill stamp in his pocket the gluttonous Man by bribery went beforehand to the sapper room and devoured the liver wings of All the fowls displayed there. A the reckless Man was bold enough to too Jiva whip uu�4i Ucucu Sun it a a in her that he had a ten Pound note about Bim. The modest Man was tempted to return thanks for the bridesmaids and to avoid his chaffing friends was caught next Day at Gravesend in the not of . Hold fast below. A party of irishmen once upon a time contracted to Clear a very deep Well. Having none of the usual conveniences employed for such purposes they were at a loss to get one of the party on n Little ledge near the Bottom to assist in the process of getting out water mud Etc. At last Jimmy Riel an a herculean fellow proposed a plan which was considered jus the thing. It was this Jimmy was to clasp his big Flats around the Windlass then another of the party was to Clumber Down Aud hold on by Hia legs and so on until the last mau a hold he Novle to leap upon the ledge. Being slightly cornered with liquor the party prepared for the descent without stopping to contemplate the difficulties involved in the adventure. With bared breast add sleeves tucked up big Jimmy seized the round portion of the Windlass directly Over tho Well and swung himself Over. Another of the party crept Down Jimmy a body and grasped him by the boots. After several More bad followed suit and the human Chain began to stretch tar into the Well Jimmy became Olive to one great difficult is the Windlass did not afford Bim a Good bold in the first place and the weight was getting intolerable. At lost human sinew could not stand it no longer and Jimmy hailed the lower link in the Chain with a a be Jabers. Pat hold Fust below till i split on me bans suiting the action to the words he released Bis hold when of coarse the whole party was precipitated to the Bottom of the Well As Luck would have it there was More mud water where the hibernian lit and they wisely considered themselves particularly fortunate in escaping without actual loss of either life or Limle of a few bits a singular Story of theft and Mono mania. A somewhat complicated and certainly very strange Case of theft repentance and a just punishment is reported front tho Interior of new York. A respectable girl the daughter of a Farmer went into the service of a family in a neigh Borin g Village to her Home As a servant. Her employer was a Small merchant but a mau of supposed honest and integrity. Otis Day while working m the bedroom of by employer a Roll of Bills fell from the pocket of his coat which the girl picked up and being As she afterwards said a tempted by the Devil a appropriated the sum to her own use. Of examination of her prize she found it to consist of $67 in different sized Bill. Although of the theft it could not be proved against her and so one Day tho girl started for a neighbouring town to spend Home of All her Money. On making her purchases and offering the stolen Bills in payment they were found to be counterfeits and she was advised to destroy them. She then visited three or More other stores and with the same result at last she went to the Bank an Thad the Bills examined but was again told they were counterfeit sho then started to walk to her Home which reached after several hours of travel. A person who had heard of the theft and saw her produce tho Roll of Bills informed her employer of her doings in the town and on her arrival she was threatened with arrest but usher parents stated that in turn they would cause the employers arrest for having counterfeit Money in his Possession the affair was allowed to rest the next evening while in attendance at a methodist revived Ltd. A it to Cue inter Ana claiming to have found religion told the Story of her theft her attempt to pass the Bills and their being counterfeit also gave her employers name. She then fell to the ground in a fit and being carried to on adjoining Bouse was soon pronounced to Havo a severe attack of brain fever. The excitement of the news that the highly respectable or. Was a Holder of such a Large sum of counterfeit Money was intense and the next Day in session the select Man of the town agreed to look into the matter. This has been postponed from time to time add no regular examination has been had. In the meantime the girl Only recovered from the at. Lack of Bruin fever to be found to be entirely Blind and a confirmed Lunatic. The employer finds it hard work to make change for his customers As All Bills passing through his hands arc suspected Sud so the matter rests for the present. Some gentle hints on manners Are Given by an Exchange from which we select a few done to be disturbed if Yon find the Best seats in a Railroad car taken. As to one knew Yon were coming of coarse they did not Reserve one. When a car is crowded done to fill a seat with your bundles. True politeness is not amiss even amidst the confusion and Bustle of a Public conveyance. If an open window proves uncomfortable to another Yon will dose it whispering in Church is impolite. Besides showing disrespect to the speaker it annoying to those who wish to hear. Coughing should be avoided As much As possible. Bleeping with its frequent a song had better be done at Home. Violent perfumes especially those containing Rensk Ore offensive to Many people and to some Poat ively distressing. Done to event yourself when going to any crowded Assembly Beecher says a a there is of smell so universally pleasing of no smell reeling. The death of Gottschalk while at the piano in the act of performing his favorite composition a a Lamorte a is by do Means the first circumstance of its Kina related in musical and dramatic history. We recall immediately Moliere and Hia a a Saludie the chief personage in the comedy was a sick Man which port was played by the author himself. It wad the fourth night of the run Moliere weak and ailing went on for the character and got through it until the scene in which his a a business was to fell As if dead. This he did so Well that the audience and the persons in the play were deceived. But alas it was to acting fur the poor dramatist was dead in truth. Hughes the dramatist died in an hour after his receiving the account of the Success of his play of a the siege of Moody the tragedian died in the very Middle of his performance of Claudio in a a measure for he bad been melancholy for some time on account of the Joss of Rome member of b p few no la Aud of the evening of the play was seen to retire to his dressing room and weep. But his impersonation was Meh better than it bad Ever been before so much so indeed that Bis fellow altars remarked it. At last in the scene where Isabella bids him prepare for execution and to answers in those Beautiful lines beginning a May but to die and go we know not where a he suddenly became faint and fell to tho stage. The audience for a moment imagined it was n new Point and applauded accordingly. But the truth was very soon made Manifest somewhat similar was the death of John Palmer for whom Sheridan May be said to have written a the school for tho play was the Palmer who had been like Moody beset with melancholy for some time before after uttering the line a there is another Aud Abate world a with touching pathos Bidden by paused closed his eyes and leaned upon the Francis of the evening White Lelia he Hod spoken his last words on Earth. Edmund Keaan a last appearance was in when he came to those grand lines a a 01 now Brever of Well the tranquil mind Farewell Content a a paused. Then slowly slowly until tho Musio of tho last cadence became but As a breath. A speak to them Charles a whispering to his son a i qty dying a and so he was. Done Tab an upon , at least of the disappointed men one Meeta with Are victims of ill grounded Hopes and expectations persons who have tried to lean non others instead of relying upon themselves. A by is a baby a poo euchre player ? because in Catt go Alose want of is too frequently the want of virtue nor is there on Earth a More powerful advocate of vice than poverty words form the alphabet by which Yoh May spell Cham Otera. Cebu Lauresa or it amp in arises half from personal goodness and half from a belief in the personal goodness of others a an old Toper was recently reduced to the necessity of drinking a Glaes of water As nothing else bold Hui bad. On tasting it he smacked his lips in a thoughtful Way and exclaimed a a Why it in t so bad after All i wonder if for weakly women and tender Chih Frejo was quite a a

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