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Montrose Democrat (Newspaper) - March 8, 1871, Montrose, PennsylvaniaA ?, proprietor. Montrose pa., wednesday March 8, 1871. Volume xxviii number 10. A win Sarfe it Baldwin Athoulis at to str lie a Tore of to j. Eloim pm Publio Aremae Host me pm. W cml a. B. L. Baldwyn. A one Fri it in. It Foj Flety a Corner. And idol of uie period. Is two parts. Quot it d. Ta1l, no i Asp St Matoy. Him permanently a treat vat he so air a to amp Troy a Ato Accra he win Pramot 1 tote if to All Aheto her prof Moo with which he dist be Tram Folk to it Romence Wco to of the court float near pitch a a too Quot a office. To Oroee. Feb urn a 1871. Str office pm Titi a Watson attorney at Law at the old office of Bentley Fuch Vontre. A. A i v. A arcs Jas. I �?T7i.� w. W. A Itira. Charles m. Stoddard duller la boots and Dhoti hats and Cap. Leather and finding. Ca instruct. 1st.door below Boyd a store. Work made m Orda. And repairing done neatly. Top trove. Jan. 1,1s70. Amp Littles a b.lare8lee, attorney and cd Nna a tar at Law. Office the one heretofore occupied by 8. B. Amp g. P. Little on Wain Street Montrose a. April so. A. M. It tax. To. R. It Tali. E. L. Biak air. B. . C. C. Pay Tot w. H. Mccain. Ner Exzie fair rot a co. Dealer in dry Good clothing. Ladle nod Moet Aoe shoes Mao. Agent Lor the great Atnori in Tea and Coffee company. Montrose. Paap 1. 70. Lewis Knoll a ska tvo and Blair dressing. Shop a the new Porto dec hot Dinc. Where he will he found ready to Ati Eod All who May want anything in Tialino. Montrose. A. Oct. Is. Isis. P. Be nolds auction ebb soil san Gooda and Murchan Lreh a of attends at tend nea. A a order left at my House will receive prompt attention. Oct. 1.1863�?if o. In. Hawley dealer in dry goods. Groceries. Crockery. Hardware hat. Caps , ready made clothing paints. Oils Etc. New Mii Rord. A. Sept. 8, cd. Dr7s. W. Dayton Prtt Iran a scr Kong. Tender i. Perriee to the citizen of great Bend and Offler at i residence opposite Barnum House g l Bend Village. Sept. 1st. 1863. Of Law office. Co Auberlin . Attorney and Coon Senora at Law. Office in the Ihrk Dock a or the banh. Montrose an 4.1�v. A. . A j. B. Mcco Llcy. A. A d. R. Lati drop de 4lers in pry goods. Groceries Rochery and Elk a Trade ump and pm Vbk to Cut Larrv. Paint Oil Dye a Tiff. Not. Hoot and her a. Intr leather. Perfumery a. Brick wreck. Adjoining the tune. Montrose. Anger til. Ift Fin a of , a d. R. Lalii Rof. A. O. Warren Attoh by a. Law. Bounty. Back . Pension and event on claim attended to. Office al Oor below Boyd a store. Loniro up. A j. 63 _ ii. C. So Tox j auctioneer and insurance agent sol 631? friends Volle a. J c. S. Gilbert i a 8. Auto loner. J Anglo hts great Bend a. J a y 17. S. Auto loner. I for. I 18�. Addry a in it ukr n. A. I John Groves m i a. Shop Over Chandler s store. Corriere oiled in do rate Styk. I a i it Una done on Short notice and warranted to tit. A a Wewt Smith j Cabinet and Chalit maj i actin res. Voo j of Kiin Turco Montrose. A. A Lang. 1. 18�. In by Ebbitt do Aldrin Staple and a oct Dryge do. Crockery hardware. Iron. Stoves do go. Ohm and paint boots and shoes. Hats a Caps. For. Inf fair. Rub a Gro eerie provisions cd. New Milford. Padr. P. A uses has permanently Loea cd at Friend Hie for the per hum Medicine and Argery in ail . Be May he i a and at the Jackson zoos a. Office boars from 8 a. A. To8 p. M. Friend vice to. Aug. 1 i860 Stroud amp Brown Pire and use Chi Janck ac2nt8. Al. Bali new a attended to , on fair terms. Office feral door North of Moutroy hotel. Writ aide a a a Public Avenue . . It t4ava Roann. l. Blow to a a Como right in i How Are you a Fred t find a chair and have a Light a a a Well old boy recovered yet from the father s Jam last night to a did t dance the germans did no to you ? i had to Lead awful bore but where were you a sat it out with Molly Meade Jolly Little girl she is said she did no to care to dance cd rather Bavy a quiet cd afro then she gave me such a glance so when you had cleared the room and had captured All the chairs having nowhere else we two took Possession of the stain i was on the lower step Molly on the next above gave me her Boquet to hold asked me to draw off her Glove. Then of course i squeezed her band talked about my wasted life said my sole salvation must be a True and gentle wife. Then you know i used my eyes she believed me every word almost said she loved me Jove such a voice i never heard gave me some symbolic Flower had a meaning of i How Sweet done to know what it is i m sure must have dropped it in the Street How i Apo died and she a a Well i know it Wasny to right. But she did believe me so that in kissed Here pass a Light. To. A a 3fouie Meade Well i declare a who a have thought of seeing you after what occurred last night out Here on the Avenue. Of you awful awful girl. There Don t Blush i Law it alb a saw All what a a a ahem last night at slather a in tote halt a a of you horrid where were you ? Wasny the an awful Goose ? lost men must be caught but he ran Bis neck right in the noose. 1 was almost dead to dance to done it if i could but old Gray said i must Stop and i promised i i would so i looked up Sweet and said that id rather talk with him. Hope he did t see my face , the la it was dim then How he squeezed my Hanly and he looked up in May fac2 with he Lovely great big Eves Keally ills a dreadful Case. 11c was All i Earnest too but i thought to Havi to laugh lion Hoki log Ltd a Flat pm a t a Ith looking up of like such a calf i suppose he has it now in a wine Glass on his shelves its a mystery to me Why men will deceive themselves. Saw him kiss me of you wretch Well he begged so hard for one. And i thought there d no one know. So in let him just for fun. I know it Wasny to really right to trifle with his feeling dear but men Are such conceited things they need a lesson once a year. From the Geneva Gazette. William Roy on Ibal $20,000. We. D. Use a attorney at Law. Montrose. A. Office Opp Ltd site the to Refl Loose near inc Coart boric. Aos. 1. 18u0.�?tf a _ or. W. A Smith dentist. Room Over bund cure in a Llano Ware store. Office he a Era from 9 a. M. To in. M lion tray a a Auer. 1,1669.�?tf Abel Terrell d alb id Drw no we to Icile. Clit Nicalo lion or pct not Van it la he. We. Uus. A a Rocco Lcy go nov Ware Wali and u paper store Ware. Lamp. Kerosene mocl�1i>vr Oil Troa Aea. Guns Amiga Aioo. Knives. Bra abes. Paoff Gooda jewelry peril. A. Beius nne of the most Namerow. Tons in. No valuable collection of Good in Bosq Nelmin a a t Fista wished in 1848._ Montrose. A. D. W. Seale attorney at Law. Office Over the store of a. Lathrop. A the Brick Block. Montrose. A in no 09 a Ihu Captain Jenks. Or. W. U Richardson Iyrk-1 an a a of Tefton. Tender his a Erv Iees a it the Chloetia or Montrose and at his Rosie Carof the Corner of bar amp Broa. Foundry. Ang. 1. 1s19. Do. E. L Gardner is Octan and a Oregon. Montr orc. A. A Tco in eclat attention to i eat is of the Ueail in try att Fyk and ail Sor a Cal diseases Uby a a or Quot in s dote. Burns a Nichols 1\. R8 to drop Medicine fac rascals. Dye r of paint. Oil Zeruiah. La doors. Spice fac it r Cica. Patent a Clelue. Peron Raery Aud toilet a Loeb. A St prescription Euit Fohy cd it Rajm it nude do Ettolle a Earle a hotel. Moniree. Up t. To. Buns a a a n�c�0ul a Tiff a a or. E. L. Handr1ck, Bician s . Resnic Fulli tender a iro Festiona service to the Cruz cd of Friend ule Tod Vicinity. Fat office inthe office of or. Let a sirt ssh Irlam Fohy for. al. Prof. Horris tho Hayti Barber returns Hia Thanka for the kind Roo age that has enable dbl to Cut the Best rest a 1 a t l Bav it time to Tell the whole Snory but Cote a Tysee fur your save z3tat the old stand. No ipod laugh log allowed in the shop. April a la to. Hunt both Kos a Scranton wholesale amp retail dealers in hardware Iron steel. Nails spikes shovels builders hardware mine sail. Canar Sesnak a t bail Spuck. Sail Boad Rinino hop plies. Cassia of up riot. Axles skpis8 a boxes. Bolts its it but wabubb8. Plated bands. Malleable icons. Hubs. Spokes pklloe8. Seat spindles bows late. Anvils vices stocks my oils. Bellows Bakius. Sledue8. Files 4c. So. Cibic Talab and kill8aws. Bal Tiki. Packing tackle blocks. Pla8teb Paris Cement. Baib aokind8tone8. Presch window Glass. Leather amp findings Fairbank b 8cale8. Or Iltz a. We Nib. Ibs._1�_____ College of Pennsylvania. Of jmj a institution Wal scoped for the Spring term of 24 weeks on Friday february 10, 1871. For Etnena circular. Catalogue and other in Frnnk to on. Address a w Thos r borrows president. A a a amp a Bias cd Lka a p. 0 Jan. 25,1870.�?tf. Centre co., a. First worst. To Henry want of the Plymouth ring i feed rav flock most everything and sell my pews for what thym bring to Cut a swell in Brooklyn As Meek is any sucking Dove i preach the gospel from above. And Salt it Down with a Little free love to please the folks in Brooklyn. Worse. I do not think that people need any particular kind of Creed. So Long As fashionable lives they Lea Ltd and buy their religion in Brooklyn i done to Caro if they go to balls. And take a three Days for new tears Calls a or Over in Wall Street make great hauls. If they Only come Down in Brooklyn. More Korselt. I preached the Nigger for Many a year. To each hearers eyes brought sympathy s tear for ten thousand Sale Rye Dye think to dear for religion Over in Brooklyn ? but when the note of emancipation was sounded o or the american nation i had to go Back and preach salvation to the sinners Over in Brooklyn. Worse ret. But this Renado matters rather Dull. I longed the merchants and Bankers to Gull and inra National Banks fish greenbacks cull to keep the pot Bilins in Brooklyn i feared i keep my Carriage my efforts the flock began to disparage rage Yuen Wasluck would have it tie Richardson mar called me Over the River from Brooklyn. A Tell worse. With Joy i hastened to the As tor took off my coat and doffed my Castor faster tied Lhez manage knot it might have been but the thing was fixed for Brooklyn. And then i prayed that heaven would bless the nuptial tic with happiness. And altogether raised such a mess As never was heard in Brooklyn. Wor8te8t. The auctioneer stood within the Pale of the Church his desk the Chancel rail his Hammer a hymn Book and he knocked Down the Sale of the pews to the christians in Brooklyn. The bidders were plenty and tended to a Biz a and the Sale went off like a bottle of44 Phil a a twas Plain the religion had palpably Rizz on the Heights of the City of Brooklyn. Worse than All. A Church like a theatre in of Der to must get up a sensation from Day to Day. And the Richardson marriage was just the a a Lay to raise the Pew rents in Brooklyn. So now 1 Havno to the least of fear but the things Oil right for the coming year and the Twenty thousand see my we in Clear to make both ends meet in Brooklyn. A clerical Anecia the. A or. Elliott a noted Clergyman of Ari old Connecticut town being a Well to do a and keeping neither locks nor bolts on his possessions was frequently visited by burglars in a Small Way. Coming Home late one night from a visit to a poor Peri Shouer he Beard on passing through strange noise m his Celler soon followed by the Soond of Stealthy Steps coming no the stairs. Hiding behind the door be saw emerge a tall Man bending under a huge Basket tilled with suit pork inst taken dripping from the brine. The doctor recognized a poor neighbor and stepping Forward said kindly a you Hare a heavy Load there. Allow me to assist i with a cry of dismay the culprit dropped the Basket and actually fell on his Knees entreating forgiveness on the plea that it was Bis first offence and that his family were suffering from want of food. A a but my Friend said the Good doctor a a you certainly knew you had Only to get it without damaging your soul with sin and your coat with brine in this Way. I forgive you of course but i do think you have take More than your share of pork. I will Divide this with you Aud when you want More or anything else just come and Tell me and against the remonstrances of the poor wretch he compelled him to take just half of the stolen meat saying a carry it to your wife with my compliment. I Hope it will go Down just As though you had not taken it with or. Elliott never revealed the name of this Man though he enjoyed telling the Story As he did one somewhat similar which is Well Worth preserving. One dark night he West for his horse in the Harn which was at some distance from the parsonage. Just of be was about to enter he heard some one coming out and immediately concealed himself behind a Large hash in the Lane hiding his intern with his cloak. Presently the wide barn door swung open and Man appeared bending beneath an immense Load of Hay bound together by a rope. Through loops of this rope he thrust his arms and carried the huge mass like a Pedd lil pack. The doctor suffered this to Ivetun Las to pass him then taking the Candle from his lantern lie crept softly Forward and set tire to the Hay then again concealed himself. In a moment that moving Haycock was one great crackling Fuze and the thief with wild cries was flinging it from his head and Back he succeeded in extricating himself without help and then ran As though pursued by to feuds across the snowy Fields. A some months after Liis there came to the doctors study a Pale the Iii Melanctho hesitation expressed a desire to make a confession of sin. With a serious und sympathetic manner yet with. I suspect a sly twinkle in his Eye the minister set himself to listen. A a in be had a dreadful Load on my conscience for a consid ble spell and it does Seetin doctor As eff two id kill me. In a a most dead a nah is it possible what can you have done ? you Are a respectable Man and a Church member the old Farmer then sinking his voice to an awesome confidential tone he continued a but i m a dreadful sinner for All that doctor und being a Church member my sin you see was of too much account to be winked it and judgment followed close on after it 0 dear 0 a a to help yourself to a Little of my surplus Hay he a a a is doctor jes so but f never got Home with that a Hay. The lord would not let me do it i had a Load on my Back ail was carrying it away when All at once it burst into a Blaze about my by lightning a a a no doctor it was a Clear night i be just made up my mind that fire dropped Down from heaven und kindled that a hav. Twas a judgment an a warning and i m feared a sort of forerunner of the flames of hell. At last i thought i might feel a Little better if i d jest own up to you and ask your Pardon and your to the astonishment of the poor penitent the minister laughed out merrily. Then he a d a be comforted neighbor your Little thieving operation was hardly of such consequence to heaven As All that it was i who Manght you at it and set fire to the Hay from my intern and i must say you yelled lustily und ran briskly for a Man of your years. Why did no to you Tell Ine if Yon wanted Hay now go Home in peace get Well and steal no More.�?�. By of doctor you ? be you Martin sure you set tire to that a Hay to a a yes quite sure that was my own Little Bonfire. I noticed when you came to meeting tie next a sunday that your hair was a Little signed. As Lor the names of hell neighbor that s your own look out. I Trust there is time to escape them yet a a so so twas you did it ally the lord be praised a exclaimed the Farmer fervently. A it really is Relief and my old woman was right for she says a go to tie and that la lilt the biggest heft of the sin off your Eon science and be better than doctor stuff. And you did it ? Well folks say Yon Are a master Man for a joke lint this one was More solemn than a Sermon to me and More effectual doctor i do so saying the Fanner departed in peace and the Parson kept the secret of his name even in Bis own family always i think. A Horace Greely a Little boy who attends an no town school will Tell the troth any Way you can fix him. Tie other Day the teacher spelled out the word a Grace a Aud asked the Yonng Man to pronounce it. He gave it up when the teacher to refresh his memory asked him a what did your father say this morning before eating breakfast a. The boy thought a minute and finally said a spa said dam these eggs they re rotton.�?�. A a motion crossed Columbos and he crossed an Ocean. A Hon. N. P. Land Orff delivered a Lectora recently at Cooper Institute new York upon recent wonderful discoveries in the Vicinity of the headwaters of the Yellowstone River. Or Langford has been a resident of Montana since 1862, was originally from Oneida county new York and was appointed governor of the territory in the latter part of president Johnson a administration but did not assume the duties of the office. The lecture abounded in graphic description and was frequently applauded. An expedition consisting of Nineteen persons including a cavalry escort of five men commanded by a lieutenant and assigned for the duty by major general Hancock was organized at Helena and set out for a six weeks journey last a Fuat the adventure was considered a a Gernns one on account of the presence of hostile indians in the hitherto unexplored Region which they were intended to visit. The ascent of the Belt Range said or. Langford began from Fortins was irregular and tedious leading through narrow defiles Sharp Deli cities and Over numerous peaks until the Summit was attained the Elevation being 3,000 feet from this Point an amphitheatre of mountains 400 Miles in circumference enclosing a Valley of Large As new Hampshire with All its details of Pinnacle Peak dome Rock Aud River is comprehended at a glance. Following the Range to the right for forty Miles the Eye rests non the singular depression where form a by the confluent streams of Madison Jefferson and Gallatin the Missouri begins its meanderings to the Gulf. At the left Are the glowing peaks of the Yellowstone their summits half enveloped in Clond or glittering with perpetual show. In front carpeted with verdure is the magnificent Valley of the Gallatin. The explorers were very much impressed by the Beauty and grandeur of the Valley of the Yellowstone River and found canyons rivalling those of the Colorado. They proceeded directly no the Valley encountering Many wonders on the Way such As immense waterfalls columns of Pilar Basalt like tie giants causeway and hot and cold Sulphur Springs until they reached the Summit from which they obtained a Yiew of Yellowstone Lake and to visit it left the Well defined Indian Trail and passed through a Region never before traversed by civilized men. The Yellowstone Lake was reached twelve Miles beyond the , Aud Many Days were spent in exploring the country in its Vicinity. The Lake was ascertained to be 8,330 feet above the level of tie sea. It is an expansion of the River and is about Twenty Tive Miles Long by fifteen wide. It abounds in speckled Troat of the finest Quality and vast bocks of geese ducks suns and pelicans resorted ,i?_ surrounded by stupendous on All sides by undulating Plains and Grassy Foothills. Forests of Pine touch its Banks it intervals and its Beautiful margin presents every Var it of Sand and pebbly Beach glittering with crystals Cornelian and Chalcedony. Indians rarely approach it on account of the superstition inspired by the volcanic forces of the Vicinity. The journey around it was attended with difficulty and distress. One of the party Truman c. Everss was lost and left to his Fate after a Long search by his comrades. After thirty seven Days during which he nearly perished he was rescued by two trappers who found him one Hundred und ten Miles from the place where he had been missed. Snow had fallen to the depth of Twenty six inches when the explorers turned homeward. Thev aimed to strike the head Waters of the Madison and succeeded in doing so after a toggling slowly through the Snow for several Days and suffering very much. The desire for Home had taken place of All their interests in the explorations. In the words of the inc Tunrer we had within a distance of fifty Miles seen the greatest wonders of the continent we were convinced that there was not on the Globe another Region where within the same limits nature had crowed so much of grandeur and majesty with so much of Novelty and strangeness. Judge then of our astonishment on entering the Basin of the Madison at seeing just before is an immense body of sparkling water projected suddenly and with terrific Force into the air to the height of one Hundred and Twenty five feet. We had found a real Geyser. In the Valley before us were 1.000 hot Springs of various sizes and 500 craters throwing out vapor. The geysers were seen in action in every direction projection water to various Heights. The one first referred to was throwing from an irregular Crevice about seven by three feet a column of water of corresponding dimensions to a height of one Hundred and Twenty five feet. Virions names were Given to . One was called the a a fan a us it threw up to a height of sixty two feet radiating sheets of water resembling a Feather fun. Forty feet from this Geyser is a vent coun Esteil with it and two feet in diameter which during the eruption expels with loud reports dense masses of vapor. One of the per y crawled into a a the Grotto from curiosity not supposing it to be a live Geyser and As he emerged he was followed by an eruption of boiling water which if it had Over taken him would have cooked him. A the giant is a rugged Deposit presenting in form a minature Model of the Coles Iuni it Lias an opening six feet in diameter. A remarkable peculiarity of this Geyser is the duration of its discharges which continued for three hours in a steady Stream five feet in diameter Aud one Hundred and forty five feet High. Opposite our Camp was a symmetrical Cone like a Bee hive about five feet in diameter at the base and with an orifice at the top of Twenty four by thirty six Icochea. We bad not Susie Tea it to be a Geyser till one morning there suddenly shot up from it a column of water which was found by triangulation to be two Hundred and Nineteen feet High. A a the Giantess throws up a column Sis inches in diameter to a height of two Hundred and fifty feet this was the highest of All. The rays of the Sun tailing upon the geysers in action produced on infinite variety of prismatic hues like broken no rainbows. Or. Dio Lewis pronounces some rather in his Book on by Giene. For instance potatoes both Irish and Sweet Are very poor food for brain and muscle. The common notion that on health and life depend non mysterious Providence is downright infidelity. A child goes ont of a hot room with naked arms and legs in persuit of its daily Supply of poisoned candies and Dies of croup. Is that a mysterious Providence ? if a Man indulges himself Nutil he gets tap gon and disease attacks his heart and kill him is Bis death a mystery ? the reason that the american people Are such dyspeptic is that they eat and drink so much Aud eat and drink so Fash the Teeth will not decay if they Are kept clean. A tooth Brash is a Good thing hot a toothpick is Worth an armful of tooth brushes. There is a gentleman now living in new York City who has three Beautiful front Teeth which he purchased from the Mouth of a own Teeth were removed and instantly Patrick a were Traus erred. The word Billiou Ness is a sort of respectful word for pig lishness. People Are not very Billious who eat what they should. The greek Aud Bomar armies ate but once a Day. The common impression that tomatoes Are the healt Best of All vegetables is a mistake. If eaten at All it a bold be with great moderation and never raw. Tomatoes have sometimes produced salivation. Or. Lewis knew a Young woman who had lost All front Teeth from excessive eating of tomatoes. Pies and cakes Are poisonous. To healthy persons Mineral Waters Are wholesome. Corsets Are most injurious to digestion. There use finally results in an immense and very ugly protuberance of the Abdomen. Those who suffer from heartburn should avoid soups drink nothing at meals say a no trunk you to pies and cakes and go without supper. If you wish to live to eighty five in the full enjoyment of your faculties go to bed at nine of clock and eat twice a Day a moderate Quantity of Plain food. Advice to ladles. Have the feet Well protected then the next attention to the Chest the Chest is the repository of the vital organs. There abide the heart and lungs. It is from the impression made upon these organs through the skin that the shiver comes. It is natures quake the alarm Belt at the Onset of danger. A woman never Shivers from the effect of cold upon her limbs or bands or Quot head but let cold strike through her clothing on her Chest and o a Ygat Feteth to a. Obal Turi Fuls a vue sudden and sever impression of cold non the Chest has slain its tens of thousands. Therefore while the feet Are Well looked after never forget the Chest. These Points attended to the natural connection of the dress will Supply the rest and the woman is ready for the air. Now let her visit the neighbors go shopping Call upon the poor and walk for the Good of it or the fun of it. Keep away from the stove or Register. Air that is dry or Burnt More or less charged with gasses enveloped by the fuel is Poison. Go up stairs and make the Beds with mittens on. Fly around the Bonse like mad and ventilate the rooms. Done to sit up in a single room wish double windows. Fruit will not retain its full form and flavor cd air tight cans neither will women. They need air. If the shiver comes on during these operations go directly and put on something More about the Chest. Again do not live in dark rooms. Light fades the carpet but it feeds the lower. No living animal or vegetable can enjoy health in darkness. Light is also necessary As air and a Brown tan is far preferable even As a matter of Beauty to a sickly paleness of complexion. Beauly and arsenic. Newspapers in Maine say that woman even in Small towns of that state have adopted to an alarming extent the practice of eating arsenic. The object As most people know is to give whiteness Aud clearness to the complexion and in some parts of Continental Europe the habit is very common. By a gradual increase of the dose one May take with impunity so far As immediate risk is concerned enough arsenic to kill several Strong men not accustomed to its use. Tie secret however is soon betrayed in the countenance of the victims to the practice. A deadly pallor settles non the face and lips and an unnatural brightness steals into the Eye. It is said that a person once firmly attached to its use finds it almost impossible to give up the fatal practice. No doubt the custom now so prevalent of dyeing the Bair to the various a a blonde shades is responsible for the introduction of this new and perilous device. Pearl powder Bismuth preparations of Lead corrosive sublimate itself Are to be found we suppose inadequate to make the skin of most women Wlmes hair is naturally dark correspond with the yellow Ruddy and Flaxen ones now thought so Beautiful. But it May be interesting to those who Are on the verge of falling a prey to this pernicious habit to know that the aver use age of people who merely work with Eis Luicous acid and do not voluntarily take it into the system is less than 35 years. The experiments of tac Budi show that while arsenic for certain Peculiar diseases May be Given in Large doses with comparative Salty it is in general steadily injurious to the vital functions and ultimately destructive. Ono ghastly evil incidental to its us can by no Means be avoided. This is that the habit once thoroughly formed can Only be relinquished at the expense of an Wafai wasting away of All the physical Powers. Arsenic is in this respect worse than opium or of Cohol if ladies must Wear Golden hair and Are bound to have complexions to match they ought to depend altogether on external cosmetics Rel was including those hygienic promoters of Rose Sqq lilies fresh air and exercise. Quot. Or. A it. Spark s of Georgia in his autobiography entitled a the memories of fifty year a lately pub listed by Claxton Resen amp Heffi Dfisher of this Eirv. Wives the Finger of this City gives the following account of Andrew Jackson a Deport Are for Tennessee As related to him by the president himself. His widowed Mother and be bad been residing for sometime in the neighbourhood of greenes Boro a North Carolina. A i had a Eaid he a contemplated this step for several months and bad made my arrangements to do so and at length bad obtain my mothers consent to it a my worldly goods were a few dollars in my Puree some clothes in my Saddle bags a pretty Good horse Saddle and bridle. The country to Bieh i was going was comparatively a wilderness and the trip a Long one beset with difficulties especially from the indians. I Felt and so did my Mother that we were parting forever. I knew she would not recall her Promise there won too much spank in Ber for that and that caused me to linger a Day or two longer than i had intended but the time came for the painful parting. My Mother was a Little Dampy red beaded Irish woman. A Well Mother i am ready to leave and i Mast say she took my band and pressing it said a Forewell and her emotion checked her. A a hissing at meetings and partings in that Day was not so common us now. I turned from her and walked rapidly to my horse. A a As i was mounting him she came ont of the Cabin wiping her eyes with her apron and came to the getting Over place at the Fence. A Andy a said she she always caused me Andy you Are going to a new country and among a rough people Yon will have to depend on yourself and Cut your own was through the world i have nothing to give Yon ont a mothers advice. Never Tell a lie nor take what is not your own nor one any body for slander or As Salt and Battery always Settle them eases vows self i promised and i have tried to keep that Promise. I Rode off some two Hondred Yards to Airn in the path and looked Back. She was still standing at the Fence and wiping her eyes. I never saw her after that p or. 8parks adds that a a Thise who knew him Best will testify to his Fidelity to the last Promise made to Bis Mother the peaceful quiet of made. Would people sing More they would quarrel less. Take a common Case. Something puts you out in your work von done to think you have been fairly paid and Yon go Home thoroughly out of temper. You never think of praying a Little prayer which a Workingman i know used to Pray when things put him out a to Lamb of god. Calm a. Tem Yott make no Bright cheerful tune but the moment Yon Are in Yon bang the door after you and exclaim to your wife a now then be Quick can to you get my Tea ? As usual nothing ready i now you know Well enough it is not As usual and if Yon had to been in a bad Tempe you would t have said it it very rarely happens that your meals Are not ready for you but today is washing Day and she Bas bad a heavy Wash and that has made her a lit tie late and Bate is worried with the children and has got a backache. A kind forbearing word from you would have kept things straight but tried As she is your adjust accusation of course puts her temper up and she exclaims in her turn a there s always some piece of work the moment you come into the and so you have a a few words together and instead of peace and love there is anger and hatred in your hearts. In the Middle of it All your Little Johnny spills his a and Yon bit him a Sharp cuff you have done it if you Hadnot been in a temper and the child raises a howl. A i can to stand this a you exclaim a the House is intolerable. I m off a and von go off were bad tempers generally go to the Public House but not before you have upset your wife a temper darkened your Home made things miserable and proved the truth of what i say a that a Good Hearty song would have saved origin or the word very few words Ever took such a run of this and probably none Ever arose in a similar Way. Webster endeavoured to Trace it to Norman and Spanish roots but in reality it bos no meaning nor is it derived from any language in the world Ever known from the baby Onish confusion to this Day. When Richard Daly was Patentee of the Irish Heaters be spent the evening of a saturday in oot Numy with Many of the wits and men of fashion of the Day betting was introduced when the manager stoked a Large sum that he would hear spoken All _ through the principal streets of Dublin by a certain hour next Day sunday a word having no meaning and being derived from no known language. We Gers were Laid and stakes deposited. Daly repaired to the theater and despatched All the servants and Supern Mejaries with the word a a quiz a which they chalked on every door and Shott window in town. Shops being shut All next Day everybody going to and coming from their different places of worship Baw the word and everybody repeated it so that a Rqn Izz was heal All through dab in the circumstance of so strange a word Hsiug on every door and window caused much Surprise and since should a strange Story be attempted to pass current it draws Forth the expression a you Are quizzing a a a Motley save that Grant is a dumb As an Oyster. What have the oysters done that they should be assailed in that Way ? a Gail Hamilton thinks that the trouble with the woman a Righter is that they want to live like ionian and be paid like men., a have the courage to obey your maker at the risk of being ridiculed by men. A have the a Tarase to. Peter Comfort and Prosperity to fashion in All things. A have the a garage of car your a old clothes until Yon for your new ones. Up amp a amp it Job Kim the Costa to of burying the de a is Fth gown and cd vhf of monks his it rate a passed into disuse. The mortal relics Are treated with growing Contemplo is the superstitions of the people gradual y Idso their Concrete character. The Loul is the important matter which the Church now looks to. So the cold clays is carried off to the cemetery with Small ceremony. Even the coffins of the Rich Are jammed away into receptacles too Small for them and hastily plastered ont of right. The poor Are carried off on Treast Lea and huddled into their nameless Graves without following or Blessing. Children Are buried with some regard to the old Oriental customs. The coffin a a of some Gay and cheerful color Pink or Blue and is carried open to the grave by four of tho dead child s companions a fifth walking behind with the rib boned coffin lib. F Havo often seen these ton Ching Little parties moving through the bustling Street the peaceful Little face asleep under the open sky decked with the acting roses and withering lilies. In All Well to do families the House of death is deserted immediately after the funeral. The stricken ones retire to some other habitation and there pass eight Days in strict and inviolable seclusion. On the ninth Day tho great mosses for the repose of the soul of the departed Are said in the Parish can Rob and All the friends of the family Are expected to be present these masses Are the Mast important and expensive incident of the funeral. They Cost from two Hundred to one thousand dollars according to tho strength Aud Fervour of tho Orisons employed they Are repeated several years on the uni Verstay of the disease and afford a most sure and. Flon rising Revenue to the cd Orch. They Are founded upon those feelings inseparable from every human heart vanity and affection. Our dead friends must be of Well prayed for As those of others and who know but that they May be in deadly need of prayers to shorten their fiery penance by one hour who would not last for a week on these anniversaries a Black bordered advertisement appears in to newspapers beaded by the sign of the Cross and the Reggie seat in Pace announcing that on this Day twelve months Don Farlano do tal passed from Earth garnished with the holy sacraments that All the masses this Day celebrated in such and such churches will be applied to the Benefit of his spirits repose and that All Christian friends Ore hereby requested to commend Bis Sony this Day into god. These United efforts at stated times arc regarded As very efficacious. A luxury of grief in those who can afford it consists in shutting up a House were a death has taken place and never suffering it to be opened again. I once Neuv a a Raja Ioni Ible streets of Maunu. I Ina Irea about it and found it was formerly the residence of the Duke of. His wife had died there Many years before and since that Day not a door nor a window was opened. The Garden Gates were red and rough with rust grass grew tall and rank in the Gravelled walks. A thick Bush undergrowth had overran the flowerbeds and the lawns. The blinds were rotting Over the darkened windows. Lynx Nannt vines clambered Over All the Mossy doors. The stucco was peeling from the Walls in great unwholesome blotches. Wild Birds Sang All Day in the Safe Solitude. There was something impressive in this spot of Mould and Spence lying there so Green and in locale in the very heart of a great and a noisy City. The Duke lived in Paris leading the rattling life of a Man of. The world. He never would sell or let that Madrid House. Perhaps in Bis heart also that battered Thorou Fure won by the pattering Boota of my Bill nil the Bis and the Quartier Breda there was a Green spot sacred to memory and silence where no Footfall should Ever Light where no living voice should Ever be Henna shot cot from the world and its cares und pleasures where through the gloom of the dead Days to could catch a glimpse of a White hand a Flash of a dark Eye the Rustle of a trailing Robe and feel sweeping Over him the old magic of love s Young dream softening his fancy to tender regret and Hia eyes to a Happy Mist. A like Tomt which kept the heart of Eden Green before the us fill trouble of the Champt Crutts of Soond. The following curious observations in regard to the transmission of sound Bavo been carefully verified by an extended series of experiments the whistle of a Iago Maiio to �xmxi1.2jaq Juja Kim nah the air the noise of a Railroad train 2,800 Yards the report of a Musket and the bark of a dog 1,800 Yards an orchestra or the Roll of a Drain 1,600 Yards the human voice reaches to a distance of 1,000 Yards the croaking of frogs,900 cards the chirping of crickets 800 Yards. Distinct speaking is Beard in the air from below no to a distauro of six Hundred Yards from above it is Only understood to a Rango of 100 Yards downward. It has been ascertained that an Echo is Well reflected from the surface of smooth water Only when the voice comes from an Elevation. Other similar Phenomena connected with the transmission of sound have been observed but the results disagree either from tho inac Crisy in the observations or from the varying nature of the circumstances effecting the numbers obtained. Sinch variation occur to on extent of ten to Twenty per cent and even More. The Weathersb being cold and dry or worm and wet arc the chief influencing Canses. The velocity of sound varies also with the temperature travelling faster As the air is rarefied by beat. At the Point of freezing water so ted travels 1,090 feet per second at 62 degrees it travels 1,125 feet per second. The editor of a newspaper ont towards Lake Champlain has discovered a Way of keeping eggs from spoiling. His method is to eat them while they Are fresh i Bravo 1 a the president favors a old Jamaica As Well As san Domingo. Both Are War

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